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RITES
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF
CONTRACT FOR WORKS
JULY 2011
RITES LTD.
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT FOR WORKS
CONTENTS
S.No.
Details
Page
SECTION No 7
Conditions of Contract
1
SECTION No 8
Clauses of Contract
4
SECTION No 9
RITES Safety Code
94
SECTION No 10
RITES Model Rules for Protection of
Health and Sanitary Arrangements for
Workers.
99
SECTION No 11
RITES Contractor’s Labour Regulation
105
Note: Section Nos. 1 to 6 and Financial Bid (Schedule of Quantities) are contained in
RITES Tender and Contract Document which is issued to the Tenderers as a
bidding set.
Section – 7
CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
SECTION –7
CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
Definitions:
1.
The Contract means the documents forming the tender and acceptance thereof and the
formal agreement executed between the competent authority on behalf of the Employer
and the Contractor, together with the documents referred to therein including these
conditions, the specifications, designs, drawings and instructions issued from time to
time by the Engineer-in-Charge and all these documents taken together, shall be
deemed to form one Contract and shall be complementary to one another.
Meaning of Expressions
2.
In the Contract, the following expressions shall, unless the context otherwise requires,
have the meanings, hereby respectively assigned to them:
(i) The expression works or work shall, unless there be something either in the subject
or context repugnant to such construction, be construed and taken to mean the works
by or by virtue of the c ontract c ontracted to be executed whether temporary or
permanent, and whether original, altered, substituted or additional.
(ii) The Site shall mean the land/or other places on, into or through which work is to be
executed under the Contract or any adjacent land, path or street through which work
is to be executed under the Contract or any adjacent land, path or street which may
be allotted or used for the purpose of carrying out the Contract.
(iii) The Contractor shall mean the individual, firm, company or joint venture (if allowed),
whether incorporated or not, undertaking the works and shall include the legal
personal representative of such individual, or the persons composing such firm,
company or joint venture (if allowed) or the successors of such firm, company or joint
venture (if allowed) and the permitted assignees of such individual, firm, company or
joint venture (if allowed).
(iv) The Employer means the organization as mentioned in Schedule `F’ represented by
RITES Ltd. for and on behalf of it, as an Agent/Power of Attorney Holder.
(v) The Engineer-in-charge means the Engineer Officer of RITES Ltd. acting for and on
behalf of the Employer as Agent/Power of Attorney Holder and who shall
supervise and be in-charge of the work and who shall sign the Contract on behalf of
the Employer, as mentioned in Schedule 'F'hereunder.
(vi) The Engineer means the person to whom the Engineer-in-charge entrusts as his
authorised representative his responsibility to act on his behalf and perform any or all
the functions of the Engineer-in-Charge under the Contract.
(vii) Accepting Authority shall mean the authority mentioned in Schedule '
F'.
(viii) Excepted Risks are risks due to riots (other than those on account of Contractor'
s
employees), war (whether declared or not), invasion, act of foreign enemies,
hostilities, civil war, rebellion revolution, insurrection, military or usurped power, any
acts of Government, damages from aircraft, acts of God such as earthquake,
lightning and unprecedented floods, and other causes over which the Contractor has
no control and accepted as such by the Accepting Authority or causes solely due to
use or occupation by the Employer of the part of the works in respect of which a
certificate of completion has been issued or a cause solely due to the Employer'
s
faulty design of works.
(ix) Market Rate shall be the rate as decided by the Engineer-in-charge on the basis of
the cost of materials and labour at the site where the work is to be executed plus the
percentage mentioned in Schedule 'F'to cover all overheads and profits.
(x) Schedule (s) referred to in these conditions shall mean the relevant schedule (s)
annexed to the tender papers or the Standard Schedule of Rates mentioned in
Schedule 'F'hereunder, with the amendments thereto issued up to the date of receipt
of the tender.
(xi) Specifications means the Technical specifications to be followed by the Contractor on
the work to be executed.
(xii) Tendered value means the value of the entire work as stipulated in the letter of
award.
(xiii) Date of commencement of the work: It will be the date arrived at after providing for
the Mobilization period as stipulated in Schedule F or the first date of handing over
of site whichever is later. Time allowed for execution of the work will be reckoned
from the Date of commencement of works.
Scope and Performance
3.
Where the context so requires, words imparting the singular only also include the plural
and vice versa. Any reference to masculine gender shall whenever required include
feminine gender and vice versa.
Headings and Marginal Notes
4.
Headings and Marginal notes to these General Conditions of Contract shall not be deemed
to form part thereof or be taken into consideration in the interpretation or construction
thereof or of the Contract.
Documentation to be supplied to the Contractor
5.
The Contractor shall be furnished free of cost one certified copy of the Contract documents
except CPWD standard specifications, CPWD Schedule of Rates and such other
printed and published documents, together with all drawings as may be forming part of
the tender papers. None of these documents shall be used for any purpose other than
that of this Contract.
Works to be carried out
6.
The work to be carried out under the Contract shall, except as otherwise provided in these
conditions, include all labour, materials, tools, plants, equipment and transport which may
be required in preparation of and for and in the full and entire execution and completion of
the works. The descriptions given in the Schedule of Quantities (Part 2 of GCC-Financial
Bid) shall, unless otherwise stated, be held to include wastage on materials, carriage and
cartage, carrying and return of empties, hoisting, setting, fitting and fixing in position and
all other labours necessary in and for the full and entire execution and completion of the
work as aforesaid in accordance with good practice and recognized principles.
Sufficiency of Tender
7.
The Contractor shall be deemed to have satisfied himself before tendering as to the
correctness and sufficiency of his tender for the works and of the rates and prices quoted
in the Schedule of Quantities, which rates and prices shall, except as otherwise provided,
cover all his obligations under the Contract and all matters and things necessary for the
proper completion and maintenance of the works.
Discrepancies and Adjustment of Errors
8.
The several documents forming the Contract are to be taken as mutually explanatory of
one another, detailed drawings being followed in preference to small scale drawings and
figured dimensions in preference to scale and Special Conditions in preference to General
Conditions.
8.1 In the case of discrepancy between the Schedule of Quantities, the Specifications and/or
the Drawings, the following order of preference shall be observed :
(i) Description of Schedule of Quantities.
(ii) Technical Specifications and Special Conditions/Specifications, if any.
(iii) Drawings
(iv) CPWD Specifications
(v) Indian Standard Specifications of BIS.
8. 2 If there are varying or conflicting provisions made in any one document forming part of the
Contract, the Accepting Authority shall be the deciding authority with regard to the intention
of the document and his decision shall be final and binding on the Contractor.
8. 3 Any error in description, quantity or rate in Schedule of quantities or any omission there
from shall not vitiate the Contract or release the Contractor from the execution of the whole
or any part of the works comprised therein according to drawings and specifications or
from any of his obligations under the Contract.
Signing of Contract
9. (a) The successful tenderer /Contractor, on acceptance of his tender by the
Accepting Authority shall, within 28 days from the Letter of Acceptance of the work
sign the Contract consisting of:
(i) the Notice Inviting Tender and Instructions to Tenderers, all the documents including
drawings, if any, forming the tender set as issued at the time of invitation of tender
and acceptance thereof together with any correspondence leading thereto.
(ii) General Conditions of Contract for works as issued and available in RITES web site
<www.rites.com>, consisting of:
-
Conditions of Contract
-
Clauses of Contract
-
RITES Safety Code.
-
RITES Model Rules for
arrangements for workers.
-
RITES Contractor'
s Labour Regulations.
the
protection of
health and sanitary
(b) Each page of the Contract Agreement should be signed by the Engineer-in-Charge
and the Contractor'
s authorized signatory. If there are any corrections, cuttings,
omissions, over writings, insertions etc (after issue of Tender Document) their
number should be clearly mentioned on each page of the Contract Document before
signing.
(c) No payment for the work done will be made to the Contractor till the Contract
Agreement is signed by the Contractor and Performance Guarantee and
Additional Performance Guarantee (if applicable) have been submitted by the
Contactor.
10. Miscellaneous Conditions of Contract
(i) The Contractor whose tender is accepted will be required to submit an irrevocable
Performance Guarantee of 5% (Five Percent) of the tendered amount and
Additional Performance Guarantee, if stipulated, for an amount specified in the Letter
of Acceptance in any of the forms stipulated in Clause 1 of Clauses of Contract with
in the period specified in Schedule ‘F’. In addition, towards Security Deposit a sum
at the rate of 5% of the gross amount of each running bill will be deducted till the
sum along with the sum already deposited as Earnest Money will amount to
Security Deposit of 5% of the tendered value of the work.
(ii) On acceptance of the tender, the name of the accredited representative(s) of the
Contractor who would be responsible for taking instructions from the Engineer-inCharge shall be communicated in writing to the Engineer-in-Charge.
(iii) In case the tender for this work includes in addition to building work all other works
such as sanitary and water supply installations, drainage installation, electrical work,
landscaping work, roads and paths etc, the tenderer must associate himself with
agencies of appropriate class/Government Licensed Agencies after prior approval of
Engineer-in-Charge.
(iv) The Contractor shall comply with the provisions of the Apprentices Act 1961, and the
rules and orders issued there under from time to time. If he fails to do so his failure
will be a breach of the Contract and the Engineer-in-Charge / the Employer may in
his discretion without prejudice to any other right or remedy available in law cancel
the Contract. The Contractor shall also be liable for any pecuniary liability arising on
account of any violation by him of the provisions of the said Act.
Section – 8
CLAUSES OF CONTRACT
CLAUSE NO.
1
1A
2
2A
3
3A
4
5
6
6A
7
8
8A
8B
9
9A
9B
10
10 A
10 B
10 C
10 CA
10 CC
10 D
11
12
13
14
15
SECTION - 8
CLAUSES OF CONTRACT
CONTENTS
SUBJECT
Performance Guarantee
Recovery of Security Deposit
Compensation for Delay
Incentive for early completion
When Contract can be Determined
Action in case of delay in start of work
Contractor liable to pay compensation even if action
not taken under Clause 3
Time and extension for Delay
Measurement of work Done
Computerised Measurement Book
Payment on intermediate Certificates to be regarded
as Advances
Completion Certificate
Contractor to keep Site Clean
Completion Plans and Operating/Maintenance
Manual to be submitted by the Contractor
Payment of Final Bill
Payment of Contractor’s Bill to Banks
Taxation
Materials supplied by the Employer
Materials to be provided by the Contractor
Secured Advance on Non-perishable Materials,
Mobilisation Advance, Plant Machinery & Shuttering
Material Advance, Interest & Recovery
Payment on Account of Increase in Prices/Wages due
to Statutory Order (s) – DELETED
Payment due to variation in prices of materials after
receipt of tender - DELETED
Payment due to increase/decrease in prices/wages
after Receipt of Tender for Works
Dismantled Material Employers’ Property
Work to be Executed in Accordance with
Specifications, Drawings, Orders etc.
Deviations/Variations Extent and Pricing
Foreclosure of Contract due to Abandonment or
Reduction in Scope of Work
Taking away part work due to default of the contractor
and recovery of additional cost
Suspension of Work
CLAUSE
NO.
16
17
18
18 A
18 B
19
19 A
19 B
19 C
19 D
19 E
19 F
19 G
19 H
19 I
19 J
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
29 A
SUBJECT
Action in case Work not done as per
specifications
Contractor Liable for Damages, defects during
maintenance period and Refund of Security
Deposit
Contractor to Supply Tools & Plants etc.
Recovery of Compensation paid to Workman
Ensuring Payment and Amenities to Workers if
Contractor fails
Labour Laws to be complied by the Contractor
Employment of Under-age Labour
Payment of wages
Compliance with provisions in Safety Code
Submission of Fortnightly Labour Report
Compliance with the Rules on Health and
Sanitary arrangements
Maternity Benefits
Action in case of Non-observance of Rules and
Regulations
Provision of Labour Camp with Amenities
Compliance with instructions on removal from
site of undesirable person
Unauthorized occupation of building during
construction
Minimum Wages Act to be complied with
Work not to be sublet, Action in case of
insolvency & lllegal Gratification etc.
Payment of Compensation
Changes in firm’s Constitution to be intimated
Execution of works under the Direction of the
Engineer-in-Charge
Settlement of Disputes & Arbitration
Contractor to Indemnify the Employer against
Patent Rights
Lumpsum Provisions in Tender
Action where no Specifications are specified
With-holding and lien in respect of sums due
from Contractor
Lien in respect of claims in other Contracts
CLAUSE
NO.
30
31
31 A
32
33
34
35
36
37
37A
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
45 A
46.0
46.1
46.2
46.3
46.4
46.5
46.6
46.7
46.8
SUBJECT
Employment of coal mining or controlled area
labour not permissible
Unfiltered water supply required for the work
Employer’s water supply, if available
Alternate water arrangements
Return of Surplus Materials
Hire of Plant & Machinery
Conditions relating to use of asphaltic materials
Employment of Technical Staff and employees
Levies/Taxes/Cesses payable by Contractor
Royalty payable on Minor Minerals – Employer
to be indemnified
Conditions for reimbursement of levy/tax/Cess
if levied after receipt of tenders
Termination of Contract on death of
Contractor
If a relative working in the Employer’s
Organisation then the Contractor not allowed
to tender
No Gazetted Engineer to work as Contractor
within one year of retirement
Return of material and recovery for excess
material issued
Compensation during warlike situations
Apprentices Act provisions to be complied with
Release of Security Deposit after Labour Officer
clearance
Release of Security Deposit after Clearance by
State Government Authority for Mineral
Extraction
General Obligations of the Contractor
Contractor’s General Responsibilities
Giving Notices and Payment of Fees
Compliance with Statutes, Regulations, etc.
Fossils etc.
Opportunities for other Contractors
Interference with Traffic and adjoining
properties
Highways Traffic
Watching and Lighting
CLAUSE
NO.
46.9
46.10
46.11
46.12
46.13 &
46.13A
46.14
46.15
46.16
46.17
47.0
47.1
47.2
47.3
47.4
47.5
47.6
47.7
47.8
47.9
48.0
48.1
48.2
48.3
48.4
48.5
48.6
48.7
48.8
48.9
SUBJECT
Way leaves etc.
Site Office for the Employer
Electricity Supply required at the works
Land for Contractor’s Offices, Godown,
Workshop
Land for Labour Accommodation
Excavated Material
Production of vouchers etc by the Contractor
Law governing the Contract
Court Jurisdiction
Insurances to be taken by the Contractor &
Employer to be indemnified
Insurance of Works etc
Third Party Insurance
Workmen’s Insurance
Recovery from the Contractor
Shortfall in payment to Contracor by the
Insurance Company
Insurance by Sub-Contractors
Period of Policies
Remedy on Contractor’s Failure to Insure
Damage to Persons and Property – Employer to
be indemnified
Safety and Security
Codes etc to be complied with
First Aid & Industrial Injuries
General Safety Rules
Accidents – Precautions at Worksite
Electrical Equipments – Precautions
Maintenance of Safety Devices
Personal Safety
Storing Fuel, Oil and Lubricant
Fire Extinguishing
CLAUSE
NO.
48.10
48.11
48.12
48.13
48.14
48.15
49
49.1
49.2
50.0
51.0
51.1
51.2
51.3
51.4
51.5
51.6
51.7
51.8
51.9
51.10
51.11
51.12
52.0
52.1
52.2
52.3
52.4
52.5
52.6
53.0
53.1
53.2
53.3
54.0
55.0
SUBJECT
Fire Precautions
Protection arrangements at work site
Safety Arrangements for labour
Safety Manual
Accidents – Reporting
Security Measures
Quality Assurance
Submission of Quality Assurance Manual
Guidance in preparation
Ecological Balance
Execution of Works
Mobilisation
Setting out of Works
Boreholes and Explanatory Excavation
Temporary Works
Plant, Temporary Works & Materials – Exclusive
use
Use of Site only for Works
Name Board at Site
Site Drainage/Cleaning/Nuisance
Disposal of Rubbish
Shift Working
Urgent Repairs
Contractor to Search
Programme and Performance
Review of Programme
Progress Reports
Maintenance of Records & Registers
Site Co-ordination Meetings
Site Order Book
Progress Photographs
Inspection of Work
Site Access
Examination of Work before covering up
Uncovering and Making Opening
Quality Audit
Sample Floor
CLAUSE
No. REF.
1 (I)
10A
10A
10B (ii)
10 B (iii)
17
17
25 (3)
37 (A)
47.9
SUBJECT
Annexure – “A”, Form of Performance Security
Bank Guarantee Bond
Annexure –“B-1”, Field Laboratory and Field
Testing Instruments, List of Equipments for Field
Testing Laboratory
Annexure-“B-2”, Special Conditions for Cement
and Steel
Annexure- “C”, Proforma for Bank Guarantee for
Mobilization Advance
Annexure-“D”, Proforma for Hypothecation Deed
for Plant & Machinery Advance
Annexure – “E-1”, Guarantee Bond in Respect of
Water Proofing Works
Annexure – “E-2”, Guarantee Bond for Anti Termite
Treatment Works
Annexure – “F”, Form Of contractor’s Notice for
Appointment of Arbitrator
Annexure – “G”, Indemnity Bond
Annexure – “H”, Indemnity Bond
SECTION – 8
CLAUSES OF CONTRACT
CLAUSE 1
Performance Guarantee
(i) The Contractor shall submit an irrevocable Performance Guarantee of 5% (Five Per
cent) of the tendered value and also an Additional Performance Guarantee, if
required, of an amount advised by the Engineer-in-Charge in case the bid is
considered unbalanced by him for the contractor’s proper performance of the contract
agreement (not withstanding and/or without prejudice to any other provisions in the
contract) within the period specified in Schedule ‘F’ from the date of issue of Letter of
Acceptance. This period can be further extended by the Engineer-in-Charge up to
a maximum period as specified in Schedule ‘F’ on written request of the Contractor
stating the reason for delays in procuring the Bank Guarantee, to the satisfaction
of the Engineer-in- Charge. This guarantee shall be in the form of F ixed D eposit
Receipts or Guarantee Bonds of any Scheduled Bank or the State Bank of India in
accordance with the form given at Annexure ‘A’. In case a Fixed Deposit Receipt of
any Bank is furnished by the Contractor to the Employer as part of the P erformance
Guarantee and Additional Performance Guarantee and the Bank is unable to make
payment against the said Fixed Deposit Receipt, the loss caused thereby shall fall
on the Contractor and the Contractor shall forthwith on demand furnish additional
security to the Employer to make good the deficit.
(ii) The Performance Guarantee and Additional Performance Guarantee shall be
initially valid up to the stipulated date of completion plus 60 days beyond that.
In case the time for physical completion of work gets enlarged, the Contractor
shall get the validity of Performance Guarantee and Additional Performance
Guarantee extended to cover such enlarged time for completion of work. After
recording of the “Complet ion Certif icate” or “Provisional Certificate of Physical
completion” as defined in Clause 8 below for the work by the competent authority,
the Performance Guarantee and Additional Performance Guarantee shall be returned
to the Contractor, without any interest.
The Engineer-in-Charge may return the
Additional Performance Guarantee earlier if, in his opinion, the unbalanced portion of
the bid has been completed.
(iii) The Engineer-in-charge shall not make a claim under the Performance Guarantee
and Additional Performance Guarantee except for amounts to which the Employer is
entitled under the Contract (notwithstanding and/or without prejudice to any other
provisions in the Contract agreement) in the event of :
(a) Failure by the Contractor to extend the validity of the Performance Guarantee
and Additional Performance Guarantee as described herein above, in which
event the Engineer-in-Charge may claim the full amount of the Performance
Guarantee and Additional Performance Guarantee.
(b) Failure by the Contractor to pay the Employer any amount due, either as agreed
by the Contractor or determined under any of the Clauses/ Conditions of the
Agreement, within 30 days of the service of notice to this effect by Engineer-inCharge.
(iv) In the event of the Contract being determined or rescinded under provisions of any of
the clause/condition of the Agreement, the Performance Guarantee and Additional
Performance Guarantee shall stand forfeited in full and shall be absolutely at the
disposal of the Employer.
CLAUSE 1A
Recovery of Security Deposit
The person/persons whose tender(s) may be accepted (hereinafter called the Contractor)
shall permit the Employer at the time of making any payment to him for work done under
the Contract to deduct a sum at the rate of 5% of the gross amount of each running bill till
the sum along with the sum already deposited as Earnest Money will amount to Security
Deposit of 5% of the tendered value of the work. Earnest Money shall be adjusted first in
the Security Deposit and further recovery of Security Deposit shall commence only when
the upto date amount of Security Deposit starts exceeding the Earnest Money. Such
deductions will be made and held by the Employer by way of Security Deposit unless
he/ they has/ have deposited the amount of Security at the rate mentioned above in cash
or Fixed Deposit Receipts. In case a Fixed Deposit Receipt of any Bank is furnished by
the Contractor to the Employer as part of the Security Deposit and the Bank is unable to
make payment against the said Fixed Deposit Receipt, the loss caused thereby shall fall
on the Contractor and the Contractor shall forthwith on demand furnish additional security
to the Employer to make good the deficit.
All compensations or the other sums of money payable by the Contractor under the terms
of this Contract may be deducted from, or paid by the sale of a sufficient part of his Security
Deposit or from the interest arising therefrom, or from any sums which may be due to or
may become due to the Contractor by the Employer on any account whatsoever and in the
event of his Security Deposit being reduced by reason of any such deductions or sale as
aforesaid, the Contractor shall within 10 days make good in cash or Fixed Deposit
Receipt tendered by the State Bank of India or by Scheduled banks endorsed in favour
of the Engineer-in-Charge, any sum or sums which may have been deducted from, or
raised by sale of his Security Deposit or any part thereof. The Security Deposit shall be
collected from the running bills of the Contractor at the rates mentioned above and the
Earnest Money deposited at the time of tenders will be treated as part of the Security
Deposit.
On completion of the whole work and recording of the Final Completion Certificate for
the work by the Competent Authority the Security Deposit as deducted above may be
released against a Bank Guarantee issued by a Scheduled Bank. Final refund of Security
Deposit will be governed by the provisions in Clause 17 hereof.
CLAUSE 2
Compensation for Delay
If the Contractor fails to maintain the required progress in terms of clause 5 or to complete
the work and clear the site on or before the Contract or extended date of completion, he
shall, without prejudice to any other right or remedy available under the law to the
Employer on account of such breach, pay as agreed compensation the amount calculated
at the rates stipulated below as the authority specified in Schedule 'F'(whose decision
in writing shall be final and binding) may decide on the amount of tendered value of the
work for every completed day/ month (as applicable) that the progress remains below
that specified in Clause 5 or that the work remains incomplete.
This will also apply to items or group of items for which a separate period of completion
has been specified.
Compensation for delay of work
@1.50% of tendered value per month of delay to be
computed on per day basis
Provided always that the total amount of compensation for delay to be paid under this
condition shall not exceed 10% of the Tendered Value of work or of the Tendered Value of
the item or group of items of work for which a separate period of completion is originally
given.
The amount of compensation may be adjusted or set-off against any sum payable to the
Contractor under this or any other Contract with the E mployer. In case, the Contractor
does not achieve a particular milestone mentioned in Schedule-F, or the rescheduled
milestone(s) in terms of Clause 5.4, the amount shown against that milestone shall be
withheld, to be adjusted against the compensation levied at the final grant of Extension of
Time. Withholding of this amount on failure to achieve a milestone, shall be automatic
without any notice to the Contractor. However, if the Contractor catches up with the
progress of Work on the subsequent milestone(s), the withheld amount shall be released.
In case the Contractor fails to make up for the delay in subsequent milestone(s), amount
mentioned against each milestone missed subsequently also shall be withheld. However,
no interest, whatsoever, shall be payable on such withheld amount.
CLAUSE 2A
Incentive for early completion
In case, the Contractor completes the work ahead of scheduled completion time, a bonus
@1% (one percent) of the tendered value per month computed on per day basis, shall be
payable to the Contractor, subject to a maximum limit of 5% (five percent) of the tendered
value. The amount of bonus, if payable, shall be paid along with final bill after completion
of works. Provided always that provision of the Clause 2A shall be applicable only when
so provided in ‘Schedule F’.
CLAUSE 3
When Contract can be Determined
Subject to other provisions contained in this clause, the Engineer-in-Charge may, without
prejudice to his any other rights or remedy against the Contractor in respect of any delay,
inferior workmanship, any claims for damages and/ or any other provisions of this Contract
or otherwise, and whether the date of completion has or has not elapsed, by notice in
writing absolutely determine the Contract in any of the following cases.
(i) If the Contractor having been given by the Engineer-in-Charge a notice in writing to
rectify, reconstruct or replace any defective work or that the work is being performed
in an inefficient or otherwise improper or unworkmanlike manner shall omit to comply
with the requirement of such notice for the period of seven days thereafter.
(ii) If the Contractor has, without reasonable cause, suspended the progress of the work
or has failed to proceed with the work with due diligence so that in the opinion of the
Engineer-in-Charge (which shall be final and binding) he will be unable to secure
completion of the work by the date for completion and continues to do so after a
notice in writing of seven days from the Engineer-in-Charge.
(iii) If the Contractor fails to complete the work within the stipulated date or items of work
with individual date of completion, if any stipulated, on or before such date(s) of
completion and does not complete them within the period specified in a notice given
in writing in that behalf by the Engineer-in-Charge.
(iv) If the Contractor persistently neglects to carry out his obligations under the Contract
and/or commits default in complying with any of the terms and conditions of the
Contract and does not remedy it or take effective steps to remedy it within 7 days
after a notice in writing is given to him in that behalf by the Engineer-in-Charge.
(v) If the Contractor shall offer or give or agree to give to any person in the Employer
service or to any other person on his behalf, any gift or consideration of any kind as
an inducement or reward for doing or forbearing to do or for having done or forborne
to do any action in relation to the obtaining or execution of this or any other Contract
for the Employer.
(vi) If the Contractor shall enter into a Contract with the Employer in connection with
which commission has been paid or agreed to be paid by him or to his knowledge,
unless the particulars of any such commission and the terms of payment thereof
have been previously disclosed in writing to the Accepting Authority/Engineer-inCharge.
(vii) If the Contractor shall obtain a Contract with the Employer as a result of wrong
tendering or other non-bonafide methods of competitive tendering.
(viii) If the Contractor being an individual, or if a firm, any partner thereof shall at any time
be adjudged insolvent or have a receiving order or order for administration of his
estate made against him or shall take any proceedings for liquidation or composition
(other than a voluntary liquidation for the purpose of amalgamation or reconstruction)
under any insolvency Act for the time being in force or make any conveyance or
assignment of his effects or composition or arrangement for the benefit of his
creditors or purport so to do, or if any application be made under any Insolvency Act
for the time being in force for the sequestration of his estate or if a trust deed be
executed by him for benefit of his creditors.
(ix) If the Contractor being a company shall pass a resolution or the court shall make an
order that the company shall be wound up or if a receiver or a manager on behalf of a
creditor shall be appointed or if circumstances shall arise which entitle the Court or
the Creditor to appoint a receiver or a manager or which entitles the court to make a
winding up order.
(x) If the Contractor shall suffer an execution being levied on his goods and allow it to be
continued for a period of 21 days.
(xi) If the Contractor assigns, transfers, sublets (engagement of labour on a piece-work
basis or of labour with materials not to be incorporated in the work, shall not be
deemed to be subletting) or otherwise parts with or attempts to assign, transfer,
sublet or otherwise parts with the entire works or any portion thereof without the prior
written approval of the Accepting Authority;
When the Contractor has made himself liable for action under any of the cases aforesaid,
the Engineer-in-charge, on behalf of the Employer, shall have powers :
(a) To determine the Contract as aforesaid (of which termination notice in writing to the
Contractor under the hand of Engineer-in-Charge shall be conclusive evidence).
Upon such determination, the Earnest Money Deposit, Security Deposit already
recovered Performance Guarantee and Additional Performance Guarantee (if any)
under the Contract shall be liable to be forfeited and shall be absolutely at the
disposal of the Employer.
3(a)(i) Further the contractor shall be deemed to be declared a ‘Poor Performer’ as per
clause 52.7 hereinafter (without issuance of any notic in this regard) and shall not be
eligible for a period of upto two years, to participate in tenders of other works which
may be invited by RITES Ltd. (Correction Slip No.05 dt. 26.03.14)
(b) After giving notice to the Contractor to measure up the work of the Contractor and to
take such whole, or the balance or part thereof, as shall be un-executed out of his
hands and to give it to another Contractor to complete the work. The Contractor,
whose Contract is determined as above, shall not be allowed to participate in the
tendering process for the balance work.
In the event of above courses being adopted by the Engineer-in-charge, the Contractor
shall have no claim to compensation for any loss sustained by him by reasons of his
having purchased or procured any materials or entered into any engagements or made
any advances on account or with a view to the execution of the work or the performance of
the Contract. And in case action is taken under any of the provision aforesaid, the
Contractor shall not be entitled to recover or be paid any sum for any work thereof or
actually performed under this Contract unless and until the Engineer-in-Charge has
certified in writing the performance of such work and the value payable in respect thereof
and he shall only be entitled to be paid the value so certified.
CLAUSE 3A
Action in case of delay in start of work
In case, the work cannot be started due to reasons not within the control of the Contractor
within 1/8th of the stipulated time for completion of work, either party may close the
Contract. In such eventuality, the Earnest Money deposit, the Performance Guarantee and
Additional Performance Guarantee (if any) of the Contractor shall be refunded, but no
payment on account of Interest, loss of profit or damages etc. shall be payable at all.
CLUASE 4
Contractor liable to pay compensation even if action not taken under Clause 3
In any case in which any of the powers conferred upon the Engineer-in-Charge by Clause
3 thereof, shall have become exercisable and the same are not exercised, the nonexercise thereof shall not constitute a waiver of any of the conditions hereof and such
powers shall notwithstanding be exercisable in the event of any future case of default by
the Contractor and the liability of the Contractor for compensation shall remain unaffected.
In the event of the Engineer-in-Charge putting in force all or any of the powers vested in
him under the preceding clause he may, if he so desires after giving a notice in writing to
the Contractor, take possession of (or at the sole discretion of the Engineer-in-Charge
which shall be final and binding on the Contractor) use as on hire (the amount of the hire
money being also in the final determination of the Engineer-in-Charge) all or any tools,
plant, materials and stores, in or upon the works, or the site thereof belonging to the
Contractor, or procured by the Contractor and intended to be used for the execution of the
work/ or any part thereof, paying or allowing for the same in account at the Contract rates,
or, in the case of these not being applicable, at current market rates to be certified by the
Engineer-in-Charge, whose certificate thereof shall be final and binding on the Contractor.
The Engineer-in-Charge may also direct where required, the clerk of the works, foreman
or other authorized agent of the Contractor to remove such tools, plant, materials or
stores from the premises (within a time to be specified in such notice). In the event of the
Contractor failing to comply with any such requisition, the Engineer-in-Charge may remove
them at the Contractor'
s expense or sell them by auction or private sale on account of
the Contractor and his risk in all respects and the certificate of the Engineer-in- Charge as
to the expenses of any such removal and the amount of the proceeds and expenses of
any such sale shall be final and conclusive against the Contractor.
CLAUSE 5
Time and extension for Delay
5.1 (a) The time allowed for execution of the works as specified in the Schedule 'F'
or the extended time in accordance with these conditions shall be the essence of the
Contract. The execution of the works shall commence from such time period as mentioned
in Schedule ‘F’ from the date of issue of Letter of Acceptance or from the first date of
handing over of the site whichever is later. If the Contractor commits default in
commencing the execution of the work as aforesaid, the Employer shall without
prejudice to any other right or remedy available in law, be at liberty to forfeit the Earnest
Money, Performance Guarantee and Additional Performance Guarantee (if any) absolutely.
(b) As soon as possible after the Contract is concluded the Contractor shall submit a Net
work (PERT/CPM) Time and Progress Chart for each activity and milestone and get it
approved by the Engineer-in-Charge. The Chart shall be prepared in direct relation to the
time stated in the Contract documents for completion of items of the works.
It shall
indicate sequence of various activities of the phased requirement of plant and equipment
to be deployed by the Contractor, the forecast of the dates of commencement and
completion of various trades of sections of the work and may be amended as necessary by
agreement between the Engineer-in-Charge and the Contractor within the limitations of
time imposed in the Contract documents, and further to ensure good progress during the
execution of the work, the Contractor shall in all cases in which the time allowed for any
work, exceeds one month (save for special jobs for which a separate programme has been
agreed upon) complete the work as per milestones given in Schedule 'F'
.
(C) Method of Working
(i)
The Contractor shall also submit to the Engineer-in-Charge for his approval the
Method Statement supported by the following information
(a) A general tentative lay out plan of construction plant and equipment for the
execution of work within time period stipulated in schedule.
(b) Drawings showing the locations of major plants and other facilities which he
proposes to put up at the site, including any changes in the general layout, at least
15 days prior to the commencement of the respective work.
(c) Layout and details of temporary works that the Contractor wants to carry out to
fulfill his obligation under the Contract.
(ii) Within 7 days, the Engineer-in-charge through the Engineer shall give his
approval to proceed with work with or without modification. However acceptance of
programme and method of working as submitted by the Contractor or with any
modification thereto by the Engineer-in-Charge shall not relieve the Contractor of any
of his contractual obligation.
(iii)
All these programmes and plans submitted by the Contractor and approved
by the Engineer-in-Charge shall become part of the Contract.
(iv)
The acceptance of programmes as submitted by the Contractor or with any
modification thereto by the Engineer-in-Charge shall not entitle the. Contractor for
any extension of time unless delay, if any, is expressly sanctioned by the Engineerin-Charge.
(d) Plant Requirements
The Contractor shall submit, with the programme and method statement mentioned above
a comprehensive plant schedule which shall include the dates of arrival on and removal
from site of each major item of plants.
(e) Sufficiency of Resources
The Contractor shall take upon himself the full and entire responsibility for the sufficiency
of plants, centering, scaffolding, timbering, machinery, tools and implements and generally
for all means used for the fulfillment of the Contract notwithstanding any previous approval
or recommendation that may have been given by the Engineer.
5.2 If the work (s) be delayed by :
(i) force majeure, or
(ii) abnormally bad weather, or
(iii) serious loss or damage by fire, or
(iv) civil commotion, local commotion of workmen, strike or lockout, affecting any of the
trades employed on the work, or
(v) delay on the part of other Contractors or tradesmen engaged by Engineer-in-Charge
in executing work not forming part of the Contract, or
(vi) non-availability of stores, which are the responsibility of the Employer to supply or
(vii) non-availability or break down of tools and plant to be supplied or supplied by the
Employer, or
(viii) any other cause which, in the absolute discretion of the Engineer-in-Charge is
beyond the Contractor'
s control.
then upon the happening of any such event causing delay, the Contractor shall
immediately give notice thereof in writing to the Engineer-in-Charge but shall nevertheless
use constantly his best endeavours to prevent or make good the delay and shall do all that
may be reasonably required to the satisfaction of the Engineer-in-Charge to proceed with
the works.
5.3 Request for rescheduling of Milestones and extension of time, to be eligible for
consideration, shall be made by the Contractor in writing within fourteen days of the
happening of the event causing delay on the prescribed form. The Contractor may also, if
practicable, indicate in such a request the period for which extension is desired.
5.4 In any such case the Engineer-in-Charge may give a fair and reasonable extension of time
and reschedule the milestones for completion of work.
Such extension shall be
communicated to the Contractor by the Engineer-in-Charge in writing, within 3 months of
the date of receipt of such request. Non application by the Contractor for extension of time
shall not be a bar for giving a fair and reasonable extension by the Engineer-in-Charge and
this shall be binding on the Contractor.
CLAUSE 6
Measurement of Work Done
Engineer-in-charge shall, except as otherwise provided, ascertain and determine by
measurement the value in accordance with the Contract of work done.
All measurements of all items having financial value shall be entered in Measurement
Book and/or level field Book so that complete record is obtained of all works performed
under the Contract.
All measurements and levels shall be taken jointly by the Engineer-in-Charge or his
authorized representative and by the Contractor or his authorized representative from time
to time during the progress of the work and such measurements shall be signed and dated by
the Engineer-in-Charge and the Contractor or their representatives in token of their
acceptance. If the Contractor objects to any of the measurements recorded, a note shall be
made to that effect with reason and signed by both the parties. Any measurement taken by
the Engineer-in-Charge in the presence of the Contractor or in his absence after due notice
has been given to him in consequence of objection made by the Contractor shall be final
and binding on the Contractor, and no claim whatsoever shall thereafter be entertained
regarding the accuracy and classification of the measurement.
If for any reason the Contractor or his authorized representative is not available and the
work of recording measurements is suspended by the Engineer-in-Charge or his
representative, the Engineer-in-Charge shall not entertain any claim from the Contractor for
any loss or damages on this account. If the Contractor or his authorized representative does
not remain present at the time of such measurements after the Contractor or his authorized
representative has been given a notice in writing three (3) days in advance or fails to
countersign or to record objection within a week from the date of the measurement, then such
measurements recorded in his absence by the Engineer-in-Charge or his representative
shall be deemed to be accepted by the Contractor.
The Contractor shall, without extra charge, provide all assistance with every appliance,
labour and other things necessary for measurements and recording levels.
Except where any general or detailed description of the work expressly shows to the
contrary, measurements shall be taken in accordance with the procedure set forth in the
specifications notwithstanding any provision in the relevant Standard Method of measurement
or any general or local custom. In the case of items which are not covered by specifications,
measurements shall be taken in accordance with the relevant standard method of
measurements issued by the Bureau of Indian standards and if for any item no such standard
is available, then a mutually agreed method shall be followed.
The Contractor shall give not less than seven days'notice to the Engineer-in-Charge or his
authorized representative incharge of the work before covering up or otherwise placing
beyond the reach of measurement any work in order that the same may be measured and
correct dimensions thereof be taken before the same is covered up or placed beyond the
reach of measurement and shall not cover up and place beyond reach of measurement any
work without consent in writing of the Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized
representative incharge of the work who shall within the aforesaid period of seven days
inspect the work, and if any work shall be covered up or placed beyond the reach of
measurements without such notice having been given or the Engineer-in-Charge'
s consent
being obtained in writing, the same shall be uncovered at the Contractor'
s expense, or in
default thereof no payment or allowance shall be made for such work or the materials with
which the same was executed.
Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized representative may cause either themselves or
through another officer of the Employer to check the measurements recorded jointly or
otherwise as aforesaid and all provisions stipulated herein above shall be applicable to such
checking of measurements or levels.
It is also a term of this Contract that recording of measurements of any item of work in the
measurement book and/ or its payment in the interim, on account or final bill shall not be
considered as conclusive evidence as to the sufficiency of any work or material to which it
relates nor shall it relieve the Contractor from liabilities from any over measurement or
defects noticed till completion of the defects liability period.
CLAUSE 6 A
COMPUTERISED MEASUREMENT BOOK
Clause 6 A will be applicable if stipulated in Schedule ‘F’
Engineer-in-Charge shall, except as otherwise provided, ascertain and determine by
measurement the value of work done in accordance with the Contract. All measurements of all
items having financial value shall be entered by the Contractor and compiled in the shape of
the Computerized Measurement Book having pages of A-4 size as per the format laid down by
the Engineer-in-Charge, so that a complete record is obtained of all the items of works
performed under the Contract.
All such measurements and levels recorded by the Contractor or his authorized representative
from time to time, during the progress of the work, shall be got checked by the Contractor from
the Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized representative as per interval of program fixed in
consultation with Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized representative. After the necessary
corrections made by the Engineer-in-Charge, the measurement sheets shall be returned to the
Contractor for incorporating the corrections and for resubmission to the Engineer-in-Charge for
the dated signatures by the Engineer-in-Charge and the Contractor or their representatives in
token of their acceptance.
Whenever Bill is due for payment, the Contractor would initially submit draft computerized
measurement sheets and these measurements would be got checked/test checked by the
Engineer-in-Charge and/or his authorized representative. The Contractor will, thereafter,
incorporate such changes arising out of these checks/test checks, in his draft computerized
measurements, and submit to the Engineer-in-Charge a computerized Measurement Book,
duly bound, and with its pages machine numbered. The Engineer-in-Charge and/or his
authorized representative would thereafter check the MB, and record the necessary certificate
for their checks/test checks.
The final, fair, computerized Measurement Book given by the Contractor, duly bound, with its
pages machine numbered, should be 100% correct, and no cutting or over-writing in the
measurements would thereafter be allowed. If at all any error is noticed, the Contractor shall
have to submit a fresh computerized MB with its pages duly machine numbered and bound,
after getting the earlier MB cancelled by the Engineer-in-Charge. Thereafter, the MB shall be
taken in the Engineer-in-Charge Office records, and allotted a number as per the Register of
Computerized MBs. This should be done before the corresponding Bill is submitted to the
Office of Engineer-in-Charge for payment. The Contractor shall submit two spare copies of
such computerized MB’s for the purpose of reference and record by the various officers of the
Employer.
The Contractor shall also submit to the Engineer-in-Charge separately his computerized
Abstract of Cost and the Bill based on these measurements, duly bound, and its pages
machine numbered along with two spare copies of the Bill. Thereafter, this Bill will be
processed by the Office of Engineer-in-Charge and allotted a number as per the computerized
record in the same way as done for the Measurement Book meant for measurements.
The Contractor shall, without extra charge, provide all assistance with every appliance, labour
and other things necessary for checking of measurements/levels by the Engineer-in-Charge or
his representative.
Except where any general or detailed description of the work expressly shows to the contrary,
measurements shall be taken in accordance with the procedure set forth in the specifications
notwithstanding any provision in the relevant Standard Method of measurement or any general
or local custom. In the case of items which are not covered by specifications, measurements
shall be in accordance with the relevant standard method of measurement issued by the
Bureau of Indian Standards and if for any item no such standard is available then a mutually
agreed method shall be followed.
The Contractor shall give not less than seven days’ notice to the Engineer-in-Charge or his
authorized representative in charge of the work before covering up or otherwise placing beyond
the reach of checking and/or test checking the measurement of any work in order that the same
may be checked and/or test checked and correct dimensions thereof be taken before the same
is covered up or placed beyond the reach of checking and/or test checking measurement and
shall not cover up and place beyond reach of measurement any work without consent in writing
of the Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized representative in charge of the work who shall with
the aforesaid period of seven days inspect the work, and if any work shall be covered up or
placed beyond the reach of checking and/or test checking measurements without such notice
having been given or the Engineer-in-Charge’s consent being obtained in writing the same shall
be uncovered at the Contractor’s expense, or in default thereof no payment or allowance shall
be made for such work or the materials with which the same was executed.
Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized representative may cause either themselves or through
another agency to check the measurements recorded by the Contractor and all provisions
stipulated herein above shall be applicable to such checking of measurements or levels.
It is also a term of this Contract that checking and/or test checking the measurements of any
item of work in the measurement book and/or its payment in the interim, on account of final bill
shall not be considered as conclusive evidence as to the sufficiency of any work or material to
which it relates not shall it relieve the contractor from liabilities from any over measurement or
defects noticed till completion of the defects liability period.
CLAUSE 7
Payment on intermediate Certificates to be regarded as Advances
No payment shall be made for work, estimated to cost Rupees One Lakh or less till after
the whole of the work shall have been completed and certificate of completion given. For
works estimated to cost over Rupees One Lakh, the interim or running account bills shall
be submitted by the Contractor for the work executed on the basis of such recorded
measurements on the format stipulated by the Engineer-in-Charge, in triplicate on or
before the date of every month fixed for the same by the Engineer-in-Charge.
The
Contractor shall not be entitled to be paid any such interim payment if the gross work done
together with net payment/ adjustment of advances for material collected, if any, since the
last such payment is less than the amount specified in Schedule 'F'
, in which case the
interim bill shall be prepared on the appointed date of the month after the requisite
progress is achieved. The Engineer-in-Charge in his sole discretion may modify the
periodicity of running bill from one month to such lesser/longer time as he considers
appropriate, Engineer-in-Charge shall arrange to have the bill verified by taking or causing
to be taken, where necessary, the requisite measurements of the work. In the event of the
failure of the Contractor to submit the bills, Engineer-in-Charge shall prepare or cause to
be prepared such bills in which event no claims whatsoever due to delays on payment
including that of interest shall be payable to the Contractor. Payment on account of
amount admissible shall be made by the Engineer-in-Charge certifying the sum to which
the Contractor is considered entitled by way of interim payment at such rates as decided
by the Engineer-in-Charge.
75% of bill amount may be paid within 3 working days (excluding the day of submission) of
presentation of the bill by the Contractor to the Engineer-in-Charge or his Engineer
together with the account of the material issued by the Employer, or dismantled materials,
if any. In the case of works outside the headquarters of the Engineer-in-Charge the period
of three working days will be extended to five working days. Balance amount of bill may be
paid within 15 working days of the presentation of bill. The time limit of 3 days / 5 days/ 15
days mentioned above will be adhered to by the Engineer-in-Charge as far as possible and
the contractor will not be entitled to any compensation or claims or damages by way of
interest etc. in case of delay in payment.
All such interim payments shall be regarded as payment by way of advances against that
payment only and shall not preclude the requiring of bad, unsound and imperfect or
unskilled work to be rejected, removed, taken away and reconstructed or re-erected. Any
certificate given by the Engineer-in-Charge relating to the work done or materials delivered
forming part of such payment, may be modified or corrected by any subsequent such
certificate (s) or by the final certificate and shall not by itself be conclusive evidence that
any work or materials to which it relates is/ are in accordance with the Contract and
specifications. Any such interim payment or any part thereof shall not in any respect
conclude, determine or affect in any way powers of the Engineer-in-Charge. Under the
Contract or any of such payments be treated as final settlement and adjustment of
accounts or in anyway vary or affect the Contract.
Pending consideration of extension of date of completion interim payments shall continue
to be made as herein provided, without prejudice to the right of the Employer to take action
under the terms of this Contract for delay in the completion of work, if the extension of date
of completion is not granted by the competent authority.
The Engineer-in-Charge in his sole discretion on receipt of written request from Contractor
and on the basis of a certificate from the Engineer may make interim advance payments
without detailed measurements for work done at 75% of the assessed value. The advance
payments so allowed shall be adjusted in the subsequent interim bill by taking detailed
measurements thereof. If at any stage, in the opinion of Engineer-in-Charge, it is found that
the amount of interim advance payment claimed by the Contractor was excessive, this
facility of interim advance payment shall be withdrawn.
Since the Contract is being entered into with the Contractor by RITES acting for and on
behalf of the Employer as Agent/Power of Attorney Holder, no RA Bill will be paid unless
sufficient funds have been made available by the Employer.
CLAUSE 8
Completion Certificate
Within ten days of the completion of the work, the Contractor shall give notice of such
completion to the Engineer-in-Charge and within thirty days of the receipt of such notice
the Engineer-in-Charge shall inspect the work and if there is no defect in the work shall
furnish the Contractor with a final certificate of completion, otherwise a provisional
certificate of physical completion indicating defects (a) to be rectified by the Contractor
and/or (b) for which payment will be made at reduced rates, shall be issued. Provisional
Certificate of Physical Completion will be issued only after the Contractor has completed
the entire scope of work allotted to him except for:
i)
the work not required to be done by the Employer; and / or
ii)
some minor defects which do not affect the usage and structural integrity of the
work; and / or
iii)
some minor incompletions which are dependent upon completion of work by other
agencies.
But no final certificate of completion shall be issued, nor shall the work be considered to
be complete until the Contractor shall have removed from the premises on which the
work shall be executed all scaffolding, surplus materials, rubbish and all huts and sanitary
arrangements required for his/ their work people on the site in connection with the
execution of the works as shall have been erected or constructed by the Contractor (s)
and cleaned off the dirt from all wood work, doors, windows, walls, floor or other parts of
the building, in, upon, or about which the work is to be executed or of which he may
have had possession for the purpose of the execution thereof, and not until the work shall
have been measured by the Engineer-in-Charge.
If the Contractor shall fail to comply
with the requirements of this Clause as to removal of scaffolding, surplus materials
and rubbish and all huts and sanitary arrangements as aforesaid and cleaning off dirt on
or before the date fixed for the completion of work, the Engineer-in-Charge may at the
expense of the Contractor remove such scaffolding, surplus materials and rubbish etc. and
dispose of the same as he thinks fit and clean off such dirt as aforesaid, and the
Contractor shall have no claim in respect of scaffolding or surplus materials as aforesaid
except for any sum actually realized by the sale thereof.
CLAUSE 8A
Contractor to keep Site Clean
When the annual repairs and maintenance of works are carried out, the splashes and
droppings from white washing, colour washing, painting etc. on walls, floor, windows, etc. shall be
removed and the surface cleaned simultaneously with the completion of these items of work in
the individual rooms, quarters or premises etc. where the work is done without waiting for the
actual completion of all the other items of work in the Contract. In case the Contractor fails to
comply with the requirements of this clause, the Engineer-in- charge shall have the right to get
this work done at the cost of the Contractor either departmentally or through any other agency.
Before taking such action the Engineer-in- Charge shall give ten days notice in writing to the
Contractor.
CLAUSE 8B
Completion Plans and Operating /Maintenance Manual to be submitted by the Contractor
The Contractor shall submit Completion plans for all Civil, Sanitary, Plumbing, Structural
and all other types of works as applicable, within thirty days of the completion of the work.
The Contractor shall submit complete `record' drawings periodically corrected to
show each and every change from working drawings, on tracings/reproducibles/CDs,
as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge. In case the works include items which require
specialized maintenance and/or Plant & Equipment which will require periodic
maintenance, the Contractor shall supply along with the Completion Drawings three sets
of Operating/Maintenance Manuals as required.
In case, the Contractor fails to submit the Completion plan and /or Operating/ Maintenance
Manual, as aforesaid, he shall be liable to pay a sum equivalent to 2.5% of the value of the
work subject to a ceiling of Rs.5 lakhs (Rupees Five lakhs only) as may be fixed by the
Engineer-in-Charge and in this respect the decision of the Engineer-in-charge shall be final
and binding on the Contractor.
CLAUSE 9
Payment of Final Bill
The Final Bill shall be submitted by the Contractor in the same manner as specified in
interim bills within three months of physical completion of work or within one month of the
date of the final certificate of completion furnished by the Engineer-in-Charge whichever is
earlier. No further claims shall be made by the Contractor after submission of the Final Bill
and these shall be deemed to have been waived and extinguished. Payments of those
items of the bill in respect of which there is no dispute and of items in dispute, for quantities
and rates as approved by Engineer-in-Charge, will, as far as possible be made within the
period specified herein under, the period being reckoned from the date of receipt of the bill
by the Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized Engineer, complete with account of materials
issued by the Employer and dismantled materials.
(i)If the Tendered value of work is upto Rs.1Crore
:
3 months
(ii)If the Tendered value of work exceeds Rs.1 Crore
:
6 months
The Contractor will not however be entitled to any compensation or claims or damages by
way of interest etc. in case of delay in payment.
CLAUSE 9 A
Payment of Contractor'
s Bill to Banks
Payment due to the Contractor may, if so desired by him, be made to his Bank, registered
financial, co-operative or thrift societies or recognized financial institutions instead of direct
to him provided that the Contractor furnishes to the Engineer-in-Charge (1) an
authorization in the form of a legally valid document such as power of attorney conferring
authority on the Bank, registered financial, cooperative or thrift societies or recognized
financial institutions to receive payments and (2) his own acceptance of the correctness of
the amount made out as being due to him by the Employer or his signature on the bill or
other claim preferred against the Employer before settlement by the Engineer-in-Charge of
the account or claim by payment to the Bank, registered financial, cooperative or thrift
societies or recognized financial institutions. While the receipt given by such Bank;
registered financial, cooperative or thrift societies or recognized financial institutions shall
constitute a full and sufficient discharge for the payment, the Contractor shall whenever
possible present his bills duly receipted and discharged through his Bank, registered
financial, cooperative or thrift societies or recognized financial institutions.
Nothing herein contained shall operate to create in favour of the Bank; registered financial,
cooperative or thrift societies or recognized institutions any rights or equities vis-a-vis the
Employer.
CLAUSE 10
Materials supplied by the Employer
Materials which the Employer will supply are shown in Schedule 'B'which also stipulates
quantum, place of issue and rate (s) to be charged in respect thereof. The Contractor shall
be bound to procure them from the Engineer-in-Charge.
As soon as the work is awarded, the Contractor shall finalise the programme for the
completion of work as per clause 5 of this Contract and shall give his estimates of
materials required on the basis of drawings/ or schedule of quantities of the work. The
Contractor shall give in writing his requirement to the Engineer-in-Charge which shall be
issued to him keeping in view the progress of work as assessed by the Engineer-inCharge, in accordance with the agreed phased programme of work indicating monthly
requirements of various materials. The Contractor shall place his indent in writing for issue
of such materials at least 7 days in advance of his requirement.
Such materials shall be supplied for the purpose of the Contract only and the value of the
materials so supplied at the rates specified in the aforesaid schedule shall be set off or
deducted, as and when materials are consumed in items of work (including normal
wastage) for which payment is being made to the Contractor, from any sum then due or
which may therefore become due to the Contractor under the Contract or otherwise or from
the S ecurity D eposit. At the time of submission of bills the Contractor shall certify that
balance of materials supplied is available at site in original good condition.
The Contractor shall submit along with every running bill (on account or interim bill)
material-wise reconciliation statements supported by complete calculations reconciling
total issue, total consumption and certified balance (diameter/ section-wise in the case of
steel) and resulting variations and reasons therefor.
Engineer-in-Charge shall (whose
decision shall be final and binding on the Contractor) be within his rights to follow the
procedure of recovery in Clause 42 at any stage of work if reconciliation is not found to be
satisfactory.
The Contractor shall bear the cost of getting the material issued, loading, transporting to
site, unloading, storing under cover as required, cutting, assembling and joining the several
parts together as necessary. Not withstanding anything to the contrary contained in any
other clause of the Contract all stores/materials so supplied to the Contractor or procured
with the assistance of the Employer shall remain the absolute property of the Employer
and the Contractor shall be the trustee of the stores/ materials, and the said stores/
materials shall not be removed/ disposed off from the site of the work on any account and
shall be at all times open to inspection by the Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized agent.
Any such stores/materials remaining unused shall be returned to the Engineer-in-charge in
as good a condition in which they were originally supplied at a place directed by him, at a
place of issue or any other place specified by him as he shall require, but in case it is
decided not to take back the stores/ materials the Contractor shall have no claim for
compensation on any account of such stores/ materials so supplied to him as aforesaid
and not used by him or for any wastage in or damage to in such stores/ materials.
On being required to return the stores/ materials, the Contractor shall hand over the stores/
materials on being paid or credited such price as the Engineer-in-Charge shall determine,
having due regard to the condition of the stores/ materials. The price allowed for credit to
the Contractor, however, shall be at the prevailing market rate not exceeding the amount
charged to him, excluding the storage charge, if any. The decision of the Engineer-inCharge shall be final and conclusive. In the event of breach of the aforesaid condition, the
Contractor shall in addition to throwing himself open to account for contravention of the
terms of the licences or permit and/or for criminal breach of trust, be liable to the Employer
for all advantages or profits resulting or which in the usual course would have resulted to
him by reason of such breach. Provided that the Contractor shall in no case be entitled to
any compensation or damages on account of any delay in supply or non-supply thereof all
or any such materials and stores provided further that the Contractor shall be bound to
execute the entire work if the materials are supplied by the Employer within the original
scheduled time for completion of the work plus 50% thereof or scheduled time plus 6
months whichever is more if the time of completion of works exceeds 12 months but if a
part of the materials only has been supplied within the aforesaid period then the Contractor
shall be bound to do so much of the work as may be possible with the materials and stores
supplied in the aforesaid period. For the completion of the rest of the work, the Contractor
shall be entitled to such extension of time as may be determined by the Engineer-inCharge whose decision in this regard shall be final and binding on the Contractor.
The Contractor shall see that the required quantities of materials are got issued. Any such
materials remaining unused and in perfectly good/ original condition at the time of
completion or determination of the Contract shall be returned to the Engineer-in-Charge at
the stores from which it was issued or at a place directed by him by a notice in writing. The
Contractor shall not be entitled for loading, transporting, unloading and stacking of such
unused material except for the extra lead, if any involved, beyond the original place of
issue.
Provided, further that the Contractor shall not be entitled to claim any compensation from
the Employer for the loss suffered by him on account of delay by the Employer in the supply
of materials in Schedule ‘B’ where such delay is covered by difficulties relating to the
supply of wagons, force majeure including non allotment of such materials by controlling
authorities, acts of God, acts of enemies of the State/Country or any reasonable cause
beyond the control of the Employer.
CLAUSE 10A
Materials to be provided by the Contractor
The Contractor shall, at his own expense, provide all materials required for the works other
than those which are stipulated to be supplied by the Employer.
The Contractor shall, at his own expense and without delay, supply to the Engineer-inCharge samples of materials to be used on the work and shall get these approved in
advance. All such materials to be used on the work shall be in conformity with the
specifications laid down or referred to in the Contract. The Contractor shall, if requested
by the Engineer-in-charge furnish proof, to the satisfaction of the Engineer-in-Charge that
the materials so comply. The Engineer-in-Charge shall within thirty days of supply of
samples or within such further period as he may require intimate to the Contractor in
writing whether samples are approved by him or not. If samples are not approved, the
Contractor shall forthwith arrange to supply to the Engineer-in-Charge for his approval
fresh samples complying with the specifications laid down in the Contract. When materials
are required to be tested in accordance with specifications, approval of the Engineer-inCharge shall be issued after the test results are received.
The Contractor shall at his risk and cost submit the samples of materials to be tested or
analysed and shall not make use of or incorporate in the work any materials represented
by the samples until the required tests or analysis have been made and materials finally
accepted by the Engineer-in-Charge. The Contractor shall not be eligible for any claim or
compensation either arising out of any delay in the work or due to any corrective measures
required to be taken on account of and as a result of testing of materials.
The Contractor shall, at his risk and cost, make all arrangements and shall provide all
facilities as the Engineer-in-Charge may require for collecting, and preparing the required
number of samples for such tests at such time and to such place or places as may be
directed by the Engineer-in-Charge and bear all charges and cost of testing unless
specifically provided for otherwise elsewhere in the Contract or specifications. The
Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized representative shall at all times have access to the
works and to all workshops and places where work is being prepared or from where
materials, manufactured articles or machinery are being obtained for the works and the
Contractor shall afford every facility and every assistance in obtaining the right to such
access.
The Engineer-in-Charge shall have full powers to require the removal from the premises of
all materials which in his opinion are not in accordance with the specifications and in case
of default the Engineer-in-Charge shall be at liberty to employ at the expense of the
Contractor, other persons to remove the same without being answerable or accountable
for any loss or damage that may happen or arise to such materials. The Engineer-inCharge shall also have full powers to require other proper materials to be substituted
thereof and in case of default the Engineer-in-Charge may cause the same to be supplied
and all costs which may attend such removal and substitution shall be borne by the
Contractor.
If stipulated in Schedule ‘F’ the Contractor shall at his own expense, provide a material
testing lab at the site for conducting routine field tests. The lab shall be equipped with
the testing equipment as specified in Annexure ‘B-1’ except where otherwise stipulated in
Schedule ’F’.
The Contractor shall comply with special conditions relating to procurement, testing and
storage of cement and steel as given in Annexure ‘B-2’.
CLAUSE 10 B
Secured Advance on Non-perishable Materials
(i)
The Contractor, on signing an indenture in the form to be specified by the Engineer-inCharge, shall be entitled to be paid during the progress of the execution of the work up to
90% of the assessed value of any materials which are in the opinion of the Engineer-inCharge non-perishable, non-fragile and non-combustible and are in accordance with the
Contract and which have been brought on the site in connection therewith and are
adequately stored and/ or protected against damage by weather or other causes but which
have not at the time of advance been incorporated in the works. When materials on
account of which an advance has been made under this sub-clause are incorporated in the
work the amount of such advance shall be recovered/deducted from the next payment
made under any of the clause or clauses of this Contract.
Such secured advance shall also be payable on other items of perishable nature, fragile
and combustible with the approval of the Engineer-in-Charge provided the Contractor
provides a comprehensive insurance cover for the full cost of such materials. The decision
of the Engineer-in-Charge shall be final and binding on the Contractor in this matter. No
secured advance, shall however, be paid on high-risk materials such as ordinary glass,
sand, petrol, diesel etc.
Mobilisation Advance
(ii)
Mobilisation advance not exceeding 10% of the tendered value may be given, if requested
by the Contractor in writing within one month of the order to commence the work.
Such advance shall be paid in two equal installments. The first installment of such advance
shall be released on a request made by the Contractor to the Engineer-in-Charge in this behalf.
The second installment shall be released by the Engineer-in-Charge only after the Contractor
furnishes a proof of the satisfactory utilization of the earlier installment to the entire satisfaction
of the Engineer-in-Charge.
Before any installment of advance is released, the Contractor shall furnish Bank Guarantee
Bonds aggregating to 110% of the installment amount and not exceeding three in number from
any Scheduled Bank as per form given in Annexure ‘C’. The BG Bonds shall be furnished
initially valid for the full contract period. If the contract period gets extended due to any
reasons, the BG Bonds shall be kept renewed from time to time to cover the balance amount to
be recovered together with interest @ 10% and valid for the likely period of complete recovery.
The BG Bonds shall be discharged progressively depending upon the amount of mobilisation
advance along with interest.
Plant, Machinery & Shuttering Material Advance
(iii) An advance for plant, machinery & shuttering material required for the work and
brought to site by the Contractor may be given if requested by the Contractor in writing
within one month of bringing such plant, machinery or shuttering material to site. Such
advance shall be given on such plant, machinery or shuttering material which in the
opinion of the Engineer-in-Charge will add to the expeditious execution of work and
improve the quality of work. The amount of advance shall be restricted to 5% of tender
value. In the case of new plant and equipment to be purchased for the work, the advance
shall be restricted to 90% of the price of such new plant and equipment paid by the
Contractor for which the Contractor shall produce evidence satisfactory to the
Engineer-in-Charge. In the case of second hand and used plants and equipment, the
amount of such advance shall be limited to 50% of the depreciated value of plant and
equipment as may be decided by the Engineer-in-Charge. The Contractor shall, if so
required by the Engineer-in-Charge, submit the statement of value of such old plant and
equipment duly approved by a Registered Valuer recognized by the Central Board of
Direct Taxes under the Income-Tax Act, 1961. No such advance shall be paid on any plant
and equipment of perishable nature and on any plant and equipment of a value less than
Rs.50,000/-. Seventy five per cent of such amount of advance shall be paid after the plant
and equipment is brought to site and balance twenty five per cent on successfully
commissioning the same.
Leasing of equipment shall be considered at par with purchase of equipment and shall be
covered by tripartite agreement with the following :
1.Leasing company which gives certificate of agreeing to lease equipment to the
Contractor.
2.Engineer-in-Charge, and
3.The Contractor.
This advance shall further be subject to the condition that such plant and equipment (a) are
considered by the Engineer-in-Charge to be necessary for the works; (b) and are in and
are maintained in working order; (c) hypothecated to the Employer as per proforma of
Hypothecation Deed given in Annexure `D', before the payment of advance is released.
The Contractor shall not be permitted to remove from the site such hypothecated plant and
equipment without the prior written permission of the Engineer-in-Charge. The Contractor
shall be responsible for maintaining such plant and equipment in good working order
during the entire period of hypothecation falling which such advance shall be entirely
recovered in lump sum. For this purpose, steel scaffolding and form work shall be treated
as plant & equipment.
The Contractor shall insure the Plant and machinery for which mobilization advance is
sought and given, for a sum sufficient to provide for their replacement at site.
Any
amounts not recovered from the insurer will be borne by the Contractor.
Interest & Recovery
iv)
The mobilization advance and plant and machinery advance in (ii) & (iii) above bear simple
interest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum and shall be calculated from the date of
payment to the date of recovery, both days inclusive, on the outstanding amount of
advance. Recovery of such sums advanced shall be made by deduction from the
Contractor'
s bill commencing after first ten percent of the gross value of the work is
executed and paid on pro-rata percentage basis to the gross value of the work billed
beyond 10% in such a way that the entire advance is recovered by the time eighty percent
of the gross value of the Contract is executed and paid together with interest due on the
entire outstanding amount up to the date of recovery of the installment. Recovery of
advance at any intermediate stage shall be effected, if necessary , by encashment of
part Bank Guarantees if the appropriate prorata amount of advance is not available from
the work done by the Contractor.
v)
If the circumstances are considered reasonable by the Engineer-in-Charge, the period
mentioned in (ii) and (iii) for request by the Contractor in writing for grant of mobilization
advance and Plant and Machinery advance may be extended in the discretion of the
Engineer-in-Charge.
vi)
Applicability of Clause 10 (B) (ii) to (v)
Provided always that provisions of Clause B (ii) to (v) shall be applicable only when so
provided in Schedule ‘F’.
CLAUSE 10 C
Payment on Account of Increase in Prices/ Wages due to Statutory Order (s)
Deleted
CLAUSE 10 CA
Payment due to variation in prices of materials after receipt of tender
Deleted
CLAUSE 10 CC
Payment due to increase/decrease in prices/wages after Receipt of Tender for Works
This clause will be applicable only when so provided in Schedule ‘F’.
If the prices of materials (not being materials supplied or services rendered at fixed prices
by the Employer in accordance with Clauses 10 & 34 hereof) and/ or wages of labour
required for execution of the work increase, the Contractor shall be compensated for such
increase as per provisions detailed below and the amount of the Contract shall accordingly
be varied, subject to the condition that such compensation for escalation in prices and
wages based on whole–sale Price Index/Labour rate as applicable from time to time,
shall be available only if so stipulated in Schedule ‘F’. For works executed during the
period of extension granted with levy of compensation under Clause-2, compensation
towards price variation will be payable only on the basis of indices for materials and
labour as applicable on last date of extension without levy of compensation under
Clause-2 or the indices applicable to such period of extension, whichever are lower.
Such compensation for escalation in the prices of materials and labour, when due, shall
be worked out based on the following provisions:i)
The base date for working out such escalation shall be the last stipulated date of receipt of
tenders including extension, if any.
ii)
The cost of work on which the escalation will be payable shall be reckoned as below :
a) Gross value of work done upto this quarter :
(A)
b) Gross value of work done upto the last quarter :
(B)
c) Gross value of work done since previous quarter (A-B) :
(C)
d) Full assessed value of Secured Advance fresh paid in this quarter :
(D)
e) Full assessed value of Secured Advance recovered in this quarter :
(E)
f) Full assessed value of Secured Advance for which escalation
(F)
is payable in this quarter : (D – E).
g) Advance payment made during this quarter :
(G)
h) Advance payment recovered during this quarter :
(H)
i) Advance payment for which escalation is payable in this quarter (G-H) :
(I)
j) Extra items, Substituted Items and Deviated
Quantities paid as per Clause 12 based on prevailing market rates during this quarter:
Then, M = C + F + I - J
N = 0.85 M
k) Less cost of material supplied by the Employer as per
(J)
Clause 10 and recovered during the quarter
(K)
l) Less cost of services rendered at fixed charges as per
Clause 34 and recovered during the quarter
(L)
Cost of work for which escalation is applicable:
W = N - (K + L)
iii) Components of cement, steel, materials, labour, POL, etc. shall be pre-determined
for every work and incorporated in the conditions of Contract attached to the tender
papers included in Schedule '
E'
. The decision of the Engineer-in-Charge in working
out such percentage shall be final and binding on the Contractors. The percentages
stipulated for the different components in Schedule ‘E’ will continue to be applicable
even if the percentages vary as per actuals at the stage of execution of works.
iv) The compensation for escalation for cement, steel, materials, and POL shall be
worked as per the formula given below :
a) Adjustment for component of 'Cement'
Vc = W x Xc
100
x CI - CIo
CIo
Vc : Variation in cement cost i.e. increase or decrease in the amount in rupees to be paid
or recovered.
W : Cost of work done, worked out as indicated in sub-para (ii) above.
Xc: Component of cement expressed as percent of the total value of work
CI :
Monthly Wholesale Price Index for G r e y cement for the period under
consideration as published by the Economic Advisor to Govt. of India, Ministry
of Commerce & Industry
CIo : Monthly Wholesale Price Index for Grey cement as published by the Economic
Advisor to Govt. of India, Ministry of Commerce & Industry as valid on the last
stipulated date of receipt of tenders including extension, if any.
b) Adjustment for component of 'Steel'
Vs = W x Xs
100
x SI - SIo
SIo
Vs : Variation in steel cost i.e. increase or decrease in the amount in rupees to be paid or
recovered.
W : Cost of work done, worked out as indicated in sub-para (ii) above.
Xs : Component of steel expressed in percent of the total value of work
SI : Monthly Wholesale Price Index for steel (Rebar) for the period under
consideration as published by the Economic Advisor to Govt. of India, Ministry of
Commerce & Industry. However, the Price Index shall be minimum of the following:i) Index for the month when the last consignment of steel reinforcement for the work is
procured or
ii) Index for the month by which half of the stipulated Contract period is over.
iii) Index for the period under consideration
SIo :
Monthly Wholesale Price Index for steel (Rebar) published by the Economic
Advisor to Govt. of India, Ministry of Commerce & Industry as valid on the last
stipulated date of receipt of tenders including extension, if any.
c) Adjustment for component of 'Materials'
VM = W x XM
100
x MI - MIo
MIo
VM : Variation of material cost i.e. increase or decrease in the amount in rupees to be paid
or recovered.
W : Cost of work done, worked out as indicated in sub-para (ii) above.
Xm : Component of '
materials'expressed as percent of the total value of work.
MI : Monthly Wholesale Price Index for a l l commodities for the period under
consideration as published by Economic Advisor to Govt. of India, Ministry of
Commerce & Industry.
MIo :
Monthly Wholesale Price Index for all commodities valid on the last stipulated
date of receipt of tender including extension, if any, as published by Economic
Advisor to Govt. of India, Ministry of Commerce & Industry.
Adjustment for Component of POL
VF = W x Z
100
x
FI - FIo
FIo
VF : Variation of cost of Fuel, Oil & Lubricant i.e. increase or decrease in the amount in
rupees to be paid or recovered.
W : Cost of work done, worked out as indicated in sub-para (ii) above.
Z : Component of Fuel, Oil & Lubricant expressed as percent of the total value of work. FI
Fl
Monthly Wholesale Price Index for High Speed Diesel for the period under
consideration as published by Economic Advisor to Govt. of India, Ministry of
Commerce & Industry, New Delhi.
FIo : Monthly Wholesale Price Index for High Speed Diesel valid on the last stipulated
date of receipt of tender including extension, if any as published by Economic Advisor
to Government of India, Ministry of Commerce & Industry.
v)
The following principles shall be followed while working out the indices mentioned in para
(iv) above.
(a) The compensation for escalation shall be worked out at quarterly intervals and shall
be with respect to the cost of work done as per bills paid during the three calendar
months of the said quarter. The first such payment shall be made at the end of three
months after the month (excluding) in which the tender was accepted and thereafter
at three months interval. At the time of completion of work, the last period for
payment might become less than 3 months, depending on the actual date of
completion.
(b) The index (CI, SI, MI, FI etc.) relevant to any quarter/ period for which such
compensation is paid shall be the arithmetical average of the indices relevant to the
three calendar months. If the period upto date of completion after the quarter
covered by the last such installment of payment, is les than three months, the
index CI, SI, MI and FI shall be the average of the indices for the months falling
within that period.
vi) The compensation for escalation for labour shall be worked out as per the formula
given below :
VL = W x Y
100
x LI - LIo
LIo
VL : Variation in labour cost i.e. increase or decrease in the amount in rupees to be paid
or recovered.
W : Cost of work done, worked out as indicated in sub-para (ii) of Clause 10 CC.
Y : Component of labour expressed as a percentage of the total value of the work.
LIo : Highest Minimum daily wage in rupees of an unskilled adult male mazdoor, fixed
under any law, statutory rule or order as on the last stipulated date of receipt of
tender including extension, if any.
LI : Highest Minimum wage in rupees of an unskilled adult male mazdoor, fixed under
any law, statutory rule or order as applicable on the last date of the quarter previous
to the one under consideration.
vii) The following principles will be followed while working out the compensation as per subpara (vi) above.
(a) The minimum wage of an unskilled male mazdoor mentioned in sub-para (vi) above
shall be the higher of the wage notified by Government of India. Ministry of labour
and that notified by the local administration both relevant to the place of work and the
period of reckoning. It is not necessary that LIo and LI should be those notified by the
same Body.
(b) The escalation for labour also shall be paid at the same quarterly intervals when
escalation due to increase in cost of materials and/ or POL is paid under the clause.
If such revision of minimum wages takes place during any such quarterly intervals,
the escalation compensation shall be payable at revised rates only for work done in
subsequent quarters.
(c) Irrespective of variations in minimum wages of any category of labour, for the
purpose of this clause, the variation in the rate for an unskilled adult male mazdoor
alone shall form the basis for working out the escalation compensation payable on
the labour component.
viii) In the event the price of materials and/ or wages of labour required for execution of the
work decrease/s, there shall be a downward adjustment of the cost of work so that such
price of materials and/or wages of labour shall be deductible from the cost of work under
this Contract and in this regard the formula herein before stated under this Clause 10CC
shall mutatis mutandis apply, provided that :
(a) no such adjustment for the decrease in the price of materials and/ or wages of labour
aforementioned would be made in case of Contracts in which the Clause 10 CC is not
applicable as indicated in Schedule ‘F’.
(b) the Engineer-in-Charge shall otherwise be entitled to lay down the procedure by
which the provisions of this sub-clause shall be implemented from time to time and
the decision of the Engineer-in-Charge in this behalf shall be final and binding on the
Contractor.
(ix) The Contractor shall furnish the basic data, initially and periodically during the course of
work about CI, CIö , SI, SIö, MI, MIö, FI, FIö , LI, LIö etc. required for computations
under clause 10CC, along with copy of supporting documentary evidence.
CLAUSE 10D
Dismantled Material Employers’ Property
The Contractor shall treat all materials obtained during dismantling of a structure,
excavation of the site for a work, etc. as the Employer'
s Property and such materials shall
be disposed off to the best advantage of the Employer according to the instructions in
writing issued by the Engineer-in-Charge.
CLAUSE 11
Work to be Executed in Accordance with Specifications, Drawings, Orders etc.
The Contractor shall execute the whole and every part of the work in the most substantial
and workmanlike manner both as regards materials and otherwise in every respect in
strict accordance with the specifications. The Contractor shall also conform exactly, fully
and faithfully to the design, drawings and instructions in writing in respect of the work
signed by the Engineer-in-Charge and the Contractor shall be furnished free of charge one
copy of the Contract documents together with specifications, designs, drawings and
instructions as are not included in the standard specifications of Central Public works
Department or any other organization specified in Schedule 'F' or in any Bureau of
Indian Standard or any other, published standard or code or, Schedule of Rates or any
other printed publication referred to elsewhere in the Contract.
Any reference made to the standards, specifications issued by the BIS and other similar
organizations shall be deemed to include the latest edition of issue of such standards,
specifications and bye-laws including all revisions, amendments and addenda
subsequently issued. Where ISI Standards exist in respect of materials, then the materials
shall in all respects comply with the relevant and current ISI. In such cases where ISI
Specifications do not exist nearest equivalent International Standards/ Specifications will
be followed. In absence of either the specified manufacturers'specifications shall be
followed. In absence of all these, the Engineer'
s instructions shall be followed.
If any ambiguity arises as to the meaning of any of portion of the specifications and
drawings or as to execution or quality of any work or material or as to measurement of the
works, the decision of the Engineer-in-Charge shall be final and binding on the Contractor.
The Contractor shall comply with the provisions of the Contract and with the care and
diligence execute and maintain the works and provide all labour and materials, tools and
plants including for measurements and supervision of all works, structural plans and other
things of temporary or permanent nature required for such execution and maintenance in
so far as the necessity for providing these, is specified or is reasonably inferred from the
Contract. The Contractor shall take full responsibility for adequacy, suitability and safety of
all the works and methods of construction.
CLAUSE 12
DEVIATIONS/VARIATIONS EXTENT AND PRICING
The Engineer-in-Charge shall have power (i) to make alteration in, omissions from,
additions to, or substitutions for the original specifications, drawings, designs and
instructions that may appear to him to be necessary or advisable during the progress of the
work, and (ii) to omit a part of the works in case of non-availability of a portion of the site or
for any other reasons and the Contractor shall be bound to carry out the works in
accordance with any instructions given to him in writing signed by the Engineer-in-Charge
and such alterations omissions, additions or substitutions shall form part of the Contract as
if originally provided therein and any altered, additional or substituted work which the
Contractor may be directed to do in the manner specified above as part of the works, shall
be carried out by the Contractor on the same conditions in all respects including price on
which he agreed to do the main work except as hereafter provided. The Contractor shall
not carry out any extra item or substituted item or quantity in excess of permitted deviation
as stipulated in Schedule 'F'of items covered by Schedule of Quantities, without specific
written approval of the Engineer-in-Charge. In all such cases, the Contractor shall advise
the Engineer-in-Charge in writing as soon as he observes the necessity for execution of
such item or excess quantity.
12.1 The time for completion of the works shall, in the event of any deviations resulting in
additional cost over the tendered value sum being ordered, be extended, if requested by
the Contractor, as follows:
i) In the proportion which the additional cost of the altered, additional or substituted
work, bears to the original tendered value plus
ii) 25% of the time calculated in (i) above or such further additional time as may be
considered reasonable by the Engineer-in-Charge which decision shall be final and
binding on the Contractor.
12.2 (a) Deviation, Extra items and Pricing
In the case of extra item (s) (items that are completely new and are in addition to the
items contained in the Contract) the Contractor may within fifteen days of receipt of order
or occurrence of the item (s) claim rates, supported by proper analysis, for the work and
the Engineer-in-Charge shall within one month of the receipt of the claims supported
by analysis, after giving consideration to the analysis of the rates submitted by the
Contractor, determine the rates on the basis of the market rates and the Contractor shall
be paid in accordance with the rates so determined.
(b) Deviation, Substituted Items, Pricing
In the case of substituted items (items that are taken with partial substitution or in lieu of
items of work in the Contract) the rate for the agreement item (to be substituted) and
substituted item shall also be determined in the manner as mentioned in the following
para.
(i)
If the market rate for the substituted item so determined is more than the market rate of the
agreement item (to be substituted) the rate payable to the Contractor for the substituted
item shall be the rate for the agreement item (to be substituted) so increased to the extent
of the difference between the market rates of substituted item and the agreement item (to
be substituted).
(ii)
If the market rate for the substituted item so determined is less than the market rate of the
agreement item (to be substituted) the rate payable to the Contractor for the substituted
item shall be the rate for the agreement item (to be substituted) so decreased to the extent
of the difference between the market rates of substituted item and the agreement item (to
be substituted).
(c) Deviation, Deviated Quantities, Pricing
In the case of Contract items, Substituted items and Contract cum Substituted items which
exceed the limit laid down in Schedule ‘F’ the following procedure shall be followed in
making payment for the Quantity as actually executed.
(i)
If the Contract Quantity is A units and Deviation percentage stipulated in
Schedule’ F’ is B%, the payment will be effected at Contract BOQ unit rate for that
item for the Quantity (A + A x B ) termed as (say) C .
100)
(ii)
For the Quantity exceeding C and upto 1.20C, payment will be effected at 97% of
Contract BOQ unit rate.
(iii)
For the Quantity exceeding 1.20C, the Contractor may within fifteen days of receipt
of order or occurrence of the extra, claim revision of the rate supported by proper
analysis. If the rate so claimed is in excess of 97% of Contract BOQ unit rate for
that item, the Engineer-in-Charge shall within one month of receipt of the claim
supported by analysis, and after giving consideration to the analysis of the rates
submitted by the Contractor, determine the rate on the basis of the market rates
and the Contractor shall be paid in accordance with the rate as determined. In
case where the Contractor does not submit any claim for revision of rate and the
Engineer-in-Charge is of the opinion that even 97% of Contract BOQ unit rate is on
the higher side, he can determine the rate on the basis of the market rate analysis
and the Contractor shall be paid in accordance with such revised rate as
determined by the Engineer-in-Charge.
12.3 In case the quantity executed is less than the Contract Quantity for any item, payment will
be effected at the Contract BOQ rate if the executed quantity is within the Deviation limit
stipulated in Schedule ‘F’. If the executed quantity is even lesser than that the paym ent
will st ill be ef f ect ed only at BOQ r at e f or t he f ull quant it y as executed.
12.4 The Contractor shall send to the Engineer-in-Charge once every three months an upto
date account giving complete details of all claims for additional payments to which the
Contractor may consider himself entitled and of all additional work ordered by the
Engineer-in-Charge which he has executed during the preceding quarter failing which the
Contractor shall be deemed to have waived his right. However, the Engineer-in-Charge
may authorize consideration of such claims on merits.
12.5 For the purpose of operation of Schedule ‘F’, except in cases where there is a specific
definition of Foundation in Schedule ‘F’, the following works shall be treated as works
relating to foundation.
i) For Buildings: All works upto 1.2 meters above ground level or upto floor 1 level,
whichever is lower.
ii) For abutments, piers and well steining:- All works upto 1.2 m above the bed level.
iii) For retaining walls, wing walls, compound walls, chimneys, over head reservoirs/tanks
and other elevated structures: All works upto 1.2 metres above the ground level.
iv) For reservoirs/tanks (other than overhead reservoirs/tanks). All works upto 1.2 m
above the ground level.
v) For basement: All works upto 1.2 m above ground level or upto floor 1 level,
whichever is lower.
vi) For Roads, all items of excavation and filling including treatment of sub-base.
12.6 Any operation incidental or necessarily has to be in contemplation of tenderer while filing
tender, or necessary for proper execution of the item included in the Schedule of
quantities or in the Schedule of Rates mentioned above, whether or not, specifically
indicated in the description of the item and the relevant specifications, shall be deemed to
be included in the rates quoted by the tenderer or the rate given in the said Schedule of
Rates, as the case may be. Nothing extra shall be admissible for such operations.
CLAUSE 13
Foreclosure of Contract due to Abandonment or Reduction in Scope of Work
If at any time after acceptance of the tender the Employer shall decide to abandon or
reduce the scope of the works for any reason whatsoever and hence not require the
whole or any part of the works to be carried out, the Engineer-in-Charge shall give notice
in writing to that effect to the Contractor and the Contractor shall act accordingly in the
matter. The Contractor shall have no claim to any payment of compensation or otherwise
whatsoever, on account of any profit or advantage which he might have derived from the
execution of the works in full but which he did not derive in consequence of the
foreclosure of the whole or part of the works.
The Contractor shall be paid at the rates as stipulated in Clause 12 for works executed
at site and, in addition, a reasonable amount as certified by the Engineer-in-Charge
which decision shall be final and binding on the Contractor, for the items hereunder
mentioned which could not be utilized on the work to the full extent in view of the
foreclosure:
i) Any expenditure incurred on preliminary site work, e.g. temporary access roads,
temporary labour huts, staff quarters and site office, storage accommodation and
water storage tanks.
ii) The Employer shall have the option to take over Contractor'
s materials or any part
thereof either brought to site or of which the Contractor is legally bound to accept
delivery from suppliers (for incorporation in or incidental to the work) provided,
however, the Employer shall be bound to take over the materials or such portions
thereof as the Contractor does not desire to retain. For materials taken over or to be
taken over by the Employer cost of such materials as detailed by Engineer-inCharge shall be paid. The cost shall, however, take into account purchase price,
cost of transportation and deterioration or damage which may have been caused to
materials whilst in the custody of the Contractor.
iii) If any materials supplied by the Employer are rendered surplus, the same except
normal wastage shall be returned by the Contractor to the Employer at rates not
exceeding those at which these were originally issued less allowance for any
deterioration or damage which may have been caused whilst the materials were in
the custody of the Contractor. In addition, cost of transporting such materials from
site to the Employer'
s stores, if so required by the Employer shall be paid.
iv) Reasonable compensation for transfer of T & P from site to Contractor'
s permanent
stores or to his other works, whichever is less. If T & P are not transported to either
of the said places, no cost of transportation shall be payable.
v) Reasonable compensation for repatriation of Contractor'
s site staff and imported
labour to the extent necessary.
The Contractor shall, if required by the Engineer-in-Charge furnish to him books of
account, wage books, time sheets and other relevant documents and evidence as may
be necessary to enable him to certify the reasonable amount payable under this
condition.
The reasonable amount of items on (i), (iv) and (v) above shall not be in excess of 2% of
the cost of the work remaining incomplete on the date of closure, i.e. total stipulated cost
of the work as per accepted tender less the cost of work actually executed under the
Contract and less the cost of Contractor'
s materials at site taken over by the Employer as
per item (ii) above. Provided always that against any payments due to the Contractor on
this account or otherwise, the Engineer-in-Charge shall be entitled to recover or be
credited with any outstanding balances due from the Contractor for advance paid in
respect of any tool, plants and materials and any other sums which at the date of
termination were recoverable by the Employer from the Contractor under the terms of the
Contract.
CLAUSE 14
Taking away part work due to default of the Contractor and recovery of additional cost
If Contractor:
i) At any time makes default during currency of work or does not execute any part of the work
with due diligence and continues to do so even after a notice in writing of 7 days in this respect
from the Engineer-in-Charge; or
ii) Commits default in complying with any of the terms and conditions of the contract and does
not remedy it or takes effective steps to remedy it within 7 days even after a notice in writing is
given in that behalf by the Engineer-in-Charge; or
iii) Fails to complete the work(s) or items of work with individual dates of completion, on or before
the date (s) so determined, and does not complete them within the period specified in the notice
given in writing in that behalf by the Engineer-in-Charge.
The Engineer-in-Charge on behalf of the Employer, without invoking action under clause 3 may,
without prejudice to any other right or remedy against the contractor which have either accrued
or accrue thereafter to the Employer, by a notice in writing to take the part work / part incomplete
work of any item (s) out of his hands and shall have powers to:
a) Take possession of the site and any materials, constructional plant, implements, stores etc.,
thereon; and / or
b) Carry out the part work / part incomplete work of any item (s) by any other Agency.
In such an event, the Contractor shall be liable for loss / damage suffered by the Employer
because of action under this clause and to compensate for this loss or damage, the Employer
shall be entitled to recover a sum equivalent to 20% of the value of the part work / part
incomplete work so taken away subject to a maximum limit of 10% of the Tendered value of the
work.
The value of the work taken away shall be calculated for the items and Quantities taken away, at
the Agreement rates including price variation as applicable on the date when notice in writing for
taking away part work, was issued to the Contractor. The Contractor from whom part work is
being taken out, shall not be allowed to participate in the tendering process for carrying out such
work.
The amount to be recovered from the Contractor as determined above, shall, without prejudice to
any other right or remedy available to the Employer as per law or as per agreement, will be
recovered from any money due to the Contractor on any account, and if such money is
insufficient, the contractor shall be called upon in writing and he as shall be liable pay the same
within 30 days.
If the contractor fails to pay the required sum within the aforesaid period of 30 days, the
Engineer-in-Charge on behalf of the Employer shall have the right to sell any or all of the
Contractor’s unused materials, constructional plant, implements, temporary building at site etc.,
and adjust the proceeds of sale thereof towards the dues recoverable from the contractor under
the contractor and if thereafter there remains any balance outstanding, it shall be recovered in
accordance with the provisions of the contract.
In the event of above course being adopted by the Engineer-in-Charge, the contractor shall have
no claim to compensation for any loss sustained by him by reasons of his having purchased or
procured any materials or entered into any engagements or made any advance on any account
or with a view to the execution of the work or the performance of the contract.
CLAUSE 15
Suspension of Work
i)
The Contractor shall, on receipt of the order in writing of the Engineer-in-Charge, (whose
decision shall be final and binding on the Contractor) suspend the progress of the works
or any part thereof for such time and in such manner as the Engineer-in-Charge may
consider necessary so as not to cause any damage or injury to the work already done or
endanger the safety thereof for any of the following reasons:
a) on account of any default on the part of the Contractor or;
b) for proper execution of the works or part thereof for reasons other than the default of
the Contractor; or
c) for safety of the works or part thereof.
The Contractor shall, during such suspension, properly protect and secure the works to
the extent necessary and carry out the instruction given in that behalf by the Engineer-inCharge.
ii)
If the suspension is ordered for reasons (b) and (c) in sub-para (i) above.
a)
The Contractor shall be entitled to an extension of time equal to the period of every such
suspension plus 25%, for completion of the item or group of items of work for which a
separate period of completion is specified in the Contract and of which the suspended
work forms a part, and;
b)
If the total period of all such suspensions in respect of an item or group of items of work
for which a separate period of completion is specified in the Contract exceeds thirty days,
the Contractor shall, in addition, be entitled to such compensation as the Engineer-inCharge may consider reasonable in respect of salaries and/ or wages paid by the
Contractor to his employees and labour at site, remaining idle during the period of
suspension, adding thereto 2% to cover indirect expenses of the Contractor. Provided
the Contractor submits his claim supported by details to the Engineer-in-Charge within
fifteen days of the expiry of the period of 30 days.
iii)
If the works or part thereof is suspended on the orders of the Engineer-in-Charge for
more than three months at a time, except when suspension is ordered for reason (a) in
sub-para (i) above, the Contractor may after receipt of such order serve a written notice
on the Engineer-in-Charge requiring permission within fifteen days from receipt by the
Engineer-in-Charge of the said notice, to proceed with the work or part thereof in regard
to which progress has been suspended and if such permission is not granted within that
time, the Contractor, if he intends to treat the suspension, where it affects only a part of
the works as an omission of such part by the Employer or where it affects whole of the
works, as an abandonment of the works by the Employer, shall within ten days of expiry
of such period of 15 days give notice in writing of his intention to the Engineer-in-Charge.
In the event of the Contractor treating the suspension as an abandonment of the Contract
by the Employer, he shall have no claim to payment of any compensation on account of
any profit or advantage which he might have derived from the execution of the work in full
but which he could not derive in consequence of the abandonment. He shall, however,
be entitled to such compensation, as the Engineer-in-Charge may consider reasonable,
in respect of salaries and/ or wages paid by him to his employees and labour at site,
remaining idle in consequence adding to the total thereof 2% to cover indirect expenses
of the Contractor provided the Contractor submits his claim supported by details to the
Engineer-in-Charge within 30 days of the expiry of the period of 3 months.
CLAUSE 16
Action in case Work not done as per specifications
All works under or in course of execution or executed in pursuance of the Contract shall
at all times be open and accessible to the inspection and supervision of the Engineer-inCharge, his authorized subordinates in charge of the work and all the superior officers,
officer of the Quality Control Organization of the Employer or any organization engaged
by the Employer for Quality Assurance and of the Chief Technical Examiner'
s Office, and
the Contractor shall, at all times, during the usual working hours and at all other times at
which reasonable notice of the visit of such officers has been given to the Contractor,
either himself be present to receive orders and instructions or have a responsible agent
duly accredited in writing, present for that purpose. Orders given to the Contractor'
s
agent shall be considered to have the same force as if they had been given to the
Contractor himself.
If it shall appear to the Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized subordinates incharge of the
work or to the Chief Engineer-in-Charge of Quality Control or his subordinate officers or
the officers of the organization engaged by the Employer for Quality Assurance or to the
Chief Technical Examiner or his subordinate officers, that any work has been executed
with unsound, imperfect, or unskillful workmanship, or with materials or articles provided
by him for the execution of the work which are unsound or of a quality inferior to that
contracted or otherwise not in accordance with the Contract, the Contractor shall, on
demand in writing which shall be made within twelve months of the completion of the
work from the Engineer-in-Charge specifying the work, materials or articles complained of,
notwithstanding that the same may have been passed, certified and paid for, forthwith
rectify, or remove and reconstruct the work so specified in whole or in part, as the case
may require or as the case may be, remove the materials or articles so specified and
provide other proper and suitable materials or articles at his own charge and cost. In the
event of his failing to do so within a period specified by the Engineer-in-Charge in his
demand aforesaid, then the Contractor shall be liable to pay compensation at the same
rate as under clause 2 of the Contract (for non-completion of the work in time) for this
default.
In such case the Engineer-in-Charge may not accept the item of work at the rates
applicable under the Contract but may accept such items at reduced rates as the
authority specified in Schedule `F'may consider reasonable during the preparation of on
account bills or final bill if the item is so acceptable without detriment to the safety and
utility of the item and the structure or he may reject the work outright without any payment
and/or get it and other connected and incidental items rectified, or removed and reexecuted at the risk and cost of the Contractor. Decision of the Engineer-in-Charge to be
conveyed in writing in respect of the same will be final and binding on the Contractor.
CLAUSE 17
Contractor Liable for Damages, defects during Maintenance Period and Refund of
Security Deposit (Correction slip No. 6)
If the Contractor or his working people or servants shall break, deface, injure or destroy
any part of building in which they may be working, or any building, road, road kerb, fence,
enclosure, water pipe, cables, drains, electric or telephone post or wires, trees, grass or
grassland, or cultivated ground contiguous to the premises on which the work or any part
is being executed, or if any damage shall happen to the work while in progress, from any
cause whatever or if any defect, shrinkage or other faults appear in the work within the
maintenance period specified in Schedule F after a certificate final or otherwise of its
completion shall have been given by the Engineer-in-Charge as aforesaid arising out
of defect or improper materials or workmanship, the Contractor shall upon receipt of
a notice in writing on that behalf make the same good at his own expense or in default
the Engineer-in-Charge shall cause the same to be made good by other workmen and
deduct the expense from any sums that may be due or at any time thereafter may
become due to the Contractor, or from his Security Deposit or the proceeds of sale
thereof of a sufficient portion thereof. The Security Deposit of the Contractor shall not
be refunded before the expiry of the maintenance period specified in Schedule F
after the issue of the certificate final or otherwise, of completion of work, or till the Final
Bill has been prepared and passed whichever is later. Provided that in the case of road
work if in the opinion of the Engineer-in-Charge, half of the Security Deposit is sufficient to
meet all liabilities of the Contractor under this Contract, half of the Security Deposit
will be refundable on expiry of half the specified maintenance period and the remaining
half after expiry of the full maintenance period from the date of issue of the said certificate
of completion or till the Final Bill has been prepared and passed whichever is later.
The specialized items of work such as Anti termite treatment, water proofing work,
kiln seasoned and chemically treated wooden shutters etc. shall be entrusted to
specialized firm or Registered Contractor who shall give specific guarantees that they
shall be responsible for removal of any defect cropping up in these works executed
by them within the Guarantee period. The form in which the Guarantee is to be executed
by the Contractor on a stamp paper of the required value is at Annexure E1 & E2
respectively for Water Proofing Works and Anti Termite Treatment Works.
The Contract shall not be considered as completed until a Maintenance Certificate shall
have been signed by the Engineer-in-Charge and delivered to the Employer stating that
the works have been completed and maintained to his satisfaction. The Maintenance
Certificate shall be given by the Engineer-in-Charge within twenty eight days after the
expiry of the Period of Maintenance as stipulated above or as soon thereafter as any
works ordered during such period, shall have been completed to the satisfaction of the
Engineer-in-Charge and full effect shall be given to this clause, notwithstanding any
previous entry on the Works or taking the possession, working or using thereof or any
part thereof by the Employer.
In case of Maintenance and Operation works of E & M services, the security deposit
deducted from the Contractor shall be refunded within one month from the date of final
payment or within one month from the date of completion of the maintenance Contract
whichever is earlier.
Not withstanding anything contained in the clause, Security Deposit of the work will not be
refunded unless the stipulations in clauses 45 and 45A are complied with.
CLAUSE 18
Contractor to Supply Tools & Plants etc.
The Contractor shall provide at his own cost all materials (except such special materials if
any, as may in accordance with the Contract be supplied from the Engineer-in-Charge'
s
stores), machinery, tools and plants, appliances, implements, ladders, cordage, tackle,
scaffolding and temporary works required for the proper execution of the work, whether
original, altered or substituted and whether included in the specification or other
documents forming part of the Contract or referred to in these conditions or not, or which
may be necessary for the purpose of satisfying or complying with the requirements of the
Engineer-in-Charge as to any matter as to which under these conditions he is entitled to
be satisfied, or which he is entitled to require together with carriage therefore to and from
the work. The Contractor shall also supply without charge the requisite number of
persons with the means and materials, necessary for the purpose of setting out works
and counting, weighing and assisting the measurement for examination at any time and
from time to time of the work or materials. Failing his so doing the same may be provided
by the Engineer-in-Charge at the expense of the Contractor and the expenses may be
deducted, from any money due to the Contractor, under this Contract or otherwise and/or
from his security deposit or the proceeds of sale thereof, or of a sufficient portions
thereof.
List of mandatory machinery, Tools and Plants to be deployed at site shall be as specified
in Schedule ‘F’.
CLAUSE 18 A
Recovery of Compensation paid to Workman
In every case in which by virtue of the provisions under sub-section (1) of Section 12
of the Workmen'
s Compensation Act, 1923, the Employer is obliged to pay
compensation to a workman employed by the Contractor, in execution of the works,
the Employer will recover from the Contractor the amount of the compensation so
paid; and, without prejudice to the rights of the Employer under sub-section (2) of Section
12 of the said Act, the Employer shall be at liberty to recover such amount or any part
thereof by deducting it from the Security Deposit or from any sum due by the Employer to
the Contractor whether under this Contract or otherwise. The Employer shall not be
bound to contest any claim made against it under sub-section (1) Section 12 of the said
Act, except on the written request of the Contractor and upon his giving to the Employer
full security for all costs for which the Employer might become liable in consequence of
contesting such claim.
CLAUSE 18 B
Ensuring Payment and Amenities to Workers if Contractor fails
In every case in which by virtue of the provisions of the Contract Labour (Regulation and
Abolition) Act, 1970, and of the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Central Rules,
1971, the Employer is obliged to pay any amounts of wages to a workman employed by
the Contractor in execution of the works, or to incur any expenditure in providing welfare
and health amenities required to be provided under the above said Act and the rules
s Labour Regulations, or under the
under Clause 19H or under the RITES Contractor'
Rules framed by Government from time to time for the protection of health and sanitary
arrangements for workers employed by the Employer'
s Contractors, the Employer will
recover from the Contractor the amount of wages so paid or the amount of expenditure
so incurred; and without prejudice to the rights of the Employer under sub-section (2) of
Section 20, and sub-section (4) of Section 21, of the Contract Labour (Regulation and
Abolition) Act, 1970, the Employer shall be at liberty to recover such amount or any part
thereof by deducting it from the Security Deposit or from any sum due by the Employer to
the Contractor whether under this Contract or otherwise. The Employer shall not be
bound to contest any claim made against it under sub-section (1) of Section 20, subsection (4) of Section 21, of the said Act, except on the written request of the Contractor
and upon his giving to the Employer full security for all costs for which the Employer
might become liable in contesting such claim.
CLAUSE 19
Labour Laws to be complied by the Contractor
i)
The Contractor shall obtain a valid licence under the Contract Labour (R&A) Act, 1970
and the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Central rules 1971, before the
commencement of the work, and continue to have a valid license until the completion of
the work. The Contractor shall also abide by the provisions of the Child Labour
(Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986.
ii)
The Contractor shall also comply with the provisions of Building and Other Construction
Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act 1996 and t he
Building and Other Construction Workers’ Welfare Cess Act, 1996.
Any failure to fulfill these requirements shall attract the penal provisions of this Contract
arising out of the resultant non-execution of the work.
CLAUSE 19 A
Employment of Under-age Labour
No labour below the age of fourteen years shall be employed on the work.
CLAUSE 19 B
Payment of wages :
i)
The Contractor shall pay to labour employed by him either directly or through subContractors, wages not less than fair wages as defined in the RITES Contractor'
s Labour
Regulations or as per the provisions of the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition)
Act 1970 and the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Central Rules, 1971,
wherever applicable.
ii)
The Contractor shall, notwithstanding the provisions of any Contract to the contrary,
cause to be paid fair wage to labour indirectly engaged on the work, including any labour
engaged by his sub-Contractors in connection with the said work, as if the labour had
been immediately employed by him.
iii)
In respect of all labour directly or indirectly employed in the works for performance of the
Contractor'
s part of this Contract, the Contractor shall comply with or cause to be
complied with RITES Contractor'
s Labour Regulations from time to time in regard to
payment of wages, wage period, deductions from wages, recovery of wages not paid and
deductions unauthorisedly made, maintenance of wage books or wage slips, publication
of scale of wages and other terms of employment, inspection and submission of
periodical returns and all other matters of the like nature or as per the provisions of the
Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act 1970, and the Contract Labour
(Regulation and Abolition) Central Rules, 1971, wherever applicable.
iv)
a) The Engineer-in-Charge concerned shall have the right to deduct from the moneys
due to the Contractor any sum required or estimated to be required for making good
the loss suffered by a worker or workers by reason of nonfulfillment of the conditions
of the Contract for the benefit of the workers, non-payment of wages or of
deductions made from his or their wages which are not justified by their terms of the
Contract or non-observance of the Regulations.
b) Under the provision of Minimum Wages (Central) Rules 1950, the Contractor is
bound to allow to the labours directly or indirectly employed in the works one day
rest for 6 days continuous work and pay wages at the same rate as for duty. In the
event of default, the Engineer-in-Charge shall have the right to deduct the sum or
sums not paid on account of wages for weekly holidays to any labours and pay the
same to the persons entitled thereto from any money due to the Contractor by the
Engineer-in-Charge concerned.
In the case of Union Territory of Delhi, however, as the all inclusive minimum daily wages
fixed under Notification of the Delhi Administration No.F.12 (162) MWO/DAB/43884-91
dated 31.12.1979 as amended from time to time are inclusive of wages for the weekly
day of rest, the question of extra payment for weekly holiday would not arise.
v)
The Contractor shall comply with the provisions of the Payment of Wages Act, 1936,
Minimum Wages Act, 1948, Employees Liability Act, 1938, Workmen'
s Compensation
Act, 1923, Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, Maternity Benefits Act, 1961, and the
Contractor'
s Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act 1970, or the modifications thereof or
any other laws relating thereto and the rules made thereunder from time to time.
vi)
The Contractor shall indemnify and keep indemnified the Employer against payments to
be made under and for the observance of the laws aforesaid and the RITES Contractor'
s
Labour Regulations without prejudice to his right to claim indemnity from his subContractors.
vii)
The laws aforesaid shall be deemed to be a part of this Contract and any breach thereof
shall be deemed to be a breach of this Contract.
viii)
Whatever is the minimum wage for the time being, or if the wage payable is higher than
such wage, such wage shall be paid by the Contractor to the workmen directly without the
intervention of Jamadar and that Jamadar shall not be entitled to deduct or recover any
amount from the minimum wage payable to the workmen as and by way of commission
or otherwise.
ix)
The Contractor shall ensure that no amount by way of commission or otherwise is
deducted or recovered by the Jamadar from the wage of workmen.
CLAUSE 19 C
Compliance with provisions in Safety Code
In respect of all labour directly or indirectly employed in the work for the performance of
the Contractor'
s part of this Contract, the Contractor shall at his own expense arrange for
the safety provisions as per RITES Safety Code framed from time to time and shall at his
own expense provide for all facilities in connection therewith. In case the Contractor fails
to make arrangement and provide necessary facilities as aforesaid he shall be liable to
pay a penalty of Rs.200/- for each default and in addition the Engineer-in-Charge shall be
at liberty to make arrangement and provide facilities as aforesaid and recover the costs
incurred in that behalf from the Contractor.
CLAUSE 19 D
Submission of Fortnightly Labour Report
The Contractor shall submit by the 4th and 19th of every month, to the Engineer-inCharge a true statement showing in respect of the second half of the preceding month
and the first half of the current month respectively :
1) the number of labourers employed by him on the work,
2) their working hours,
3) the wages paid to them,
4) the accidents that occurred during the said fortnight showing the circumstances
under which they happened and the extent of damage and injury caused by them,
and
5) the number of female workers who have been allowed maternity benefit according to
Clause 19F and the amount paid to them.
Failing which the Contractor shall be liable to pay to the Employer a sum not exceeding
Rs.200/- for each default or materially incorrect statement. The decision of the Engineerin-Charge shall be final in deducting from any bill due to the Contractor the amount levied
as fine and be binding on the Contractor.
CLAUSE 19 E
Compliance with the Rules on Health and Sanitary arrangements
In respect of all labour directly or indirectly employed in the works for the performance of
the Contractor'
s part of this Contract, the Contractor shall comply with or cause to be
complied with all the rules framed by RITES from time to time for the protection of health
and sanitary arrangements for workers employed by the Employer and its Contractors.
CLAUSE 19 F
Maternity Benefits
Leave and pay during leave shall be regulated as follows :
1.
Leave :
(i) in the case of delivery - maternity leave not exceeding 8 weeks, 4 weeks upto and
including the day of delivery and 4 weeks following that day,
(ii) in the case of miscarriage - upto 3 weeks from the date of miscarriage.
2.
Pay :
(i) in the case of delivery - leave pay during maternity leave will be at the rate of the
women'
s average daily earnings, calculated on total wages earned on the days
when full time work was done during a period of three months immediately
preceding the date on which she gives notice that she expects to be confined or at
the rate of Rupee one only a day whichever is greater.
(ii) In the case of miscarriage - leave pay at the rate of average daily earning calculated
on the total wages earned on the days when full time work was done during a period
of three months immediately preceding the date of such miscarriage.
3.
Conditions for the grant of Maternity Leave :
No maternity leave benefit shall be admissible to a woman unless she has been
employed for a total period of not less than six months immediately preceding the date on
which she proceeds on leave.
4.
The Contractor shall maintain a register of Maternity (Benefit) in the Prescribed form as
shown in Appendices I and II in the Proforma of Registers attached to RITES Contractor’s
Labour Regulations and the same shall be kept at the place of work.
CLAUSE 19 G
Action in case of Non-observance of Rules and Regulations
In the event of the Contractor committing a default or breach of any of the provisions of
RITES'Contractor'
s Labour Regulations and Model Rules for the protection of health
and sanitary arrangements for the workers as amended from time to time or furnishing
any information or submitting or filing any statement under the provisions of the above
Regulations and Rules which is materially incorrect, he shall, without prejudice to any
other liability, pay to the Employer a sum not exceeding Rs.200/- for every default,
breach or furnishing, making, submitting, filing such materially incorrect statements and in
the event of the Contractor defaulting continuously in this respect, the penalty may be
enhanced to Rs.200/- per day for each day of default subject to a maximum of 5 per cent
of the estimated cost of the work put to tender. The decision of the Engineer-in-Charge
shall be final and binding on the parties.
Should it appear to the Engineer-in-Charge that the Contractor is not properly
observing and complying with the provisions of the RITES Contractor'
s Labour
Regulations, Model Rules and the provisions of the Contract Labour (Regulation and
Abolition) Act 1970, and the Contract Labour (R & A) Central Rules 1971, for the
protection of health and sanitary arrangements for work-people employed by the
Contractor (hereinafter referred as "the said Rules") the Engineer-in-Charge shall have
power to give notice in writing to the Contractor requiring that the said Rules be
complied with and the amenities prescribed therein be provided to the work-people within
a reasonable time to be specified in the notice. If the Contractor shall fail within the
period specified in the notice to comply with and observe the said Rules and to provide
the amenities to the work-people as aforesaid, the Engineer-in-Charge shall have the
power to provide the amenities hereinbefore mentioned at the cost of the Contractor..
The Contractor shall erect, make and maintain at his own expense and to
approved standards all necessary huts and sanitary arrangements required for his/
work-people on the site in connection with the execution of the works, and if the same
shall not have been erected or constructed, according to approved standards, the
Engineer-in-Charge shall have power to give notice in writing to the Contractor
requiring that the said huts and sanitary arrangements be remodelled and/or
reconstructed according to approved standards and if the Contractor shall fail to
remodel or reconstruct such huts and sanitary arrangements according to approved
standards within the period specified in the notice, the Engineer-in-Charge shall have the
power to remodel or reconstruct such huts and sanitary arrangements according to
approved standards at the cost of the Contractor.
CLAUSE 19 H
Provision of Labour Camp with Amenities
The Contractor shall at his own cost provide his labour with a sufficient number of huts
(hereinafter referred to as the camp) of the following specifications on a suitable plot of
land to be approved by the Engineer-in-Charge.
i)
a) The minimum height of each hut at the eaves level shall be 2.10m (7ft.) and the floor
area to be provided will be at the rate of 2.7 sq.m. (30 sq.ft.) for each member of the
worker'
s family staying with the labourer.
b) the Contractor shall in addition construct suitable cooking places having at
x5'
) adjacent to the hut for each family.
minimum area of 1.80m x 1.50m (6'
c) The Contractor shall also construct temporary latrines and urinals for the use of
the labourers each on the scale of not less than four per each one hundred of the
total strength, separate latrines and urinals being provided for women.
d) The Contractor shall construct sufficient number of bathing and washing places, one
unit for every 25 persons residing in the camp. These bathing and washing
places shall be suitably screened.
ii) a) All the huts shall have walls of sun-dried or burnt bricks laid in mud mortar or other
suitable local materials as may be approved by Engineer-in-Charge. In case of
sun-dried bricks, the walls should be plastered with mud gobri on both sides. The
floor may be kutcha but plastered with mud gobri and shall be at least 15 cm
(6") above the surrounding ground. The roofs shall be laid with thatch or any
other materials as may be approved by the
Engineer-in-Charge and the Contractor shall ensure that throughout the period of their
occupation the roofs remain water-tight.
b) The Contractor shall provide each hut with proper ventilation.
c) All doors, windows, and ventilators shall be provided with suitable leaves for security
purposes.
d) There shall be kept an open space of at least 7.2m (8 yards) between the rows of
huts which may be reduced to 6m (20 ft.) according to the availability of site with the
approval of the Engineer-in-Charge. Back to back construction will be allowed.
iii)
Water Supply - The Contractor shall provide adequate supply of water for the use of
labourers. The provisions shall not be less than two gallons of pure and wholesome
water per head per day for drinking purposes and three gallons of clean water per head
per day for bathing and washing purposes. Where piped water supply is available,
supply shall be at stand posts and where the supply is from well or river, tanks which may
be of metal or masonry, shall be provided. The Contractor shall also at his own cost
make arrangements for laying pipe lines for water supply to his labour camp from the
existing mains wherever available, and shall pay all fees and charges therefor.
iv)
The site selected for the camp shall be high ground, removed from jungle.
v)
Disposal of Excreta - The Contractor shall make necessary arrangements for the
disposal of excreta from the latrines by trenching or incineration which shall be according
to the requirements laid down by the Local Health Authorities. If trenching or incineration
is not allowed the Contractor shall make arrangements for the removal of the excreta
through the Municipal Committee/authority and inform it about the number of labourers
employed so that arrangements may be made by such committee/ authority for the
removal of the excreta. All charges on this account shall be borne by the Contractor and
paid direct by him to the Municipality/authority. The Contractor shall provide one
sweeper for every eight seats in case of dry system.
vi)
Drainage - The Contractor shall provide efficient arrangements for draining away
sullage water so as to keep the camp neat and tidy.
vii)
The Contractor shall make necessary arrangements for keeping the camp area sufficiently
lighted to avoid accidents to the workers.
viii)
Sanitation - The Contractor shall make arrangements for conservancy and sanitation in the
labour camps according to the rules of the Local Public Health and Medical
Authorities.
CLAUSE 19 I
Compliance with instructions on removal from site of undesirable person
The Engineer-in-Charge may require the Contractor to dismiss or remove from the site of
the work any person or persons in the Contractor’s employ upon the work who may be
incompetent or misconduct himself and the Contractor shall forthwith comply with such
requirements.
CLAUSE 19 J
Unauthorized occupation of building during construction
It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to see that the building under construction is
not occupied by any body unauthorisedly during construction, and is handed over to the
Engineer-in-Charge with vacant possession of complete building. If such building though
completed is occupied illegally, then the Engineer-in-Charge shall have the option to
refuse to accept the said building/ buildings in that position. Any delay in acceptance on
this account will be treated as the delay in completion and for such delay a levy upto 5%
of tendered value of work may be imposed by the Engineer-in-Charge whose decision
shall be final both with regard to the justification and quantum and be binding on the
Contractor.
However, the Engineer-in-Charge, through a notice, may require the Contractor to
remove the illegal occupation any time on or before construction and delivery.
CLAUSE 20
Minimum Wages Act to be complied with
The Contractor shall comply with all the provisions of the Minimum Wages Acts, 1948,
and Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970, amended from time to time
and rules framed thereunder and other labour laws affecting Contract labour that may be
brought into force from time to time.
CLAUSE 21
Work not to be sublet, Action in case of insolvency & Illegal Gratification etc.
The Contract shall not be assigned or sublet without the written approval of the Engineerin-Charge. The permitted subletting of work by the Contractor shall not establish any
contractual relationship between the Sub-Contractor and the Employer and shall not
absolve the Contractor of any responsibility under the Contract. The execution of work by
petty Contractors under the direct and personal Supervision of the Contractor or his agent
shall not be deemed to be subletting under this Clause. And if the Contractor shall assign
or sublet his Contract, or attempt to do so, or become insolvent or commence any
insolvency proceedings or make any composition with his creditors or attempt to do so, or
if any bribe, gratuity, gift, loan, perquisite, reward or advantage pecuniary or otherwise,
shall either directly or indirectly, be given, promised or offered by the Contractor, or any of
his servants or agent to any public officer or person in the employ of the Employer in any
way relating to his office or employment, or if any such officer or person shall become in
any way directly or indirectly interested in the Contract, the Engineer-in-Charge on behalf
of the Employer shall have power to adopt the course specified in Clause 3 hereof in the
interest of the Employer and in the event of such course being adopted the
consequences specified in the said Clause 3 shall ensue.
CLAUSE 22
Payment of Compensation
All sums payable by way of compensation under any of these conditions shall be
considered as reasonable compensation to be applied to the use of the Employer without
reference to the actual loss or damage sustained and whether or not any damage shall
have been sustained.
CLAUSE 23
Changes in firm's Constitution to be intimated
Where the Contractor is a partnership firm, the previous approval in writing of the
Engineer-in-Charge shall be obtained before any change is made in the constitution of
the firm. Where the Contractor is an individual or a Hindu undivided family business
concern such approval as aforesaid shall likewise be obtained before the Contractor
enters into any partnership agreement where under the partnership firm would have the
right to carry out the works hereby undertaken by the Contractor. If previous approval as
aforesaid is not obtained, the Contract shall be deemed to have been assigned in
contravention of Clause 21 hereof and the same action may be taken, and the same
consequences shall ensue as provided in the said Clause 21.
CLAUSE 24
Execution of works under the Direction of the Engineer-in-Charge
All works to be executed under the Contract shall be executed under the direction and
subject to the approval in all respects of the Engineer-in-Charge who shall be entitled to
direct at what point or points and in what manner they are to be commenced, and from
time to time carried on.
CLAUSE 25
Settlement of Disputes & Arbitration
Except where otherwise provided in the Contract all questions and disputes relating to the
meaning of the specifications, design, drawings and instructions herein before mentioned
and as to the quality of workmanship or materials used on the work or as to any other
question, claim, right, matter or thing whatsoever in any way arising out of or relating to
the Contract, designs, drawings, specifications, estimates, instructions, orders or these
conditions or otherwise concerning the works or the execution or failure to execute the
same whether arising during the progress of the work or after the cancellation,
termination, completion or abandonment thereof shall be dealt with as mentioned
hereinafter:
1)
If the Contractor considers any work demanded of him to be outside the requirements of
the Contract, or disputes any drawings, record or decision given in writing by the
Engineer on any matter in connection with or arising out of the Contract or carrying out of
the work, to be unacceptable, he shall promptly within 15 days request the Engineer-inCharge in writing for written instruction or decision. Thereupon, the Engineer-in-Charge
shall give his written instructions or decision within a period of one month from the receipt
of the Contractor'
s letter.
If the Engineer-in-Charge fails to give his instructions or decision in writing within the
aforesaid period or if the Contractor is dissatisfied with the instructions or decision of the
Engineer-in-Charge, the Contractor may, within 15 days of the receipt of the Engineer-inCharge decision, appeal to the Appellate Authority specified in Schedule 'F'who shall
afford an opportunity to the Contractor to be heard, if the latter so desires, and to offer
evidence in support of his appeal. The Appellate Authority shall give his decision within
30 days of receipt of Contractor'
s appeal. If the Contractor is dissatisfied with this
decision, the Contractor shall within a period of 30 days from receipt of the decision, give
notice to the Appointing Authority specified in Schedule 'F'for appointment of arbitrator
failing which the said decision shall be final binding and conclusive and not referable to
adjudication by the arbitrator.
2)
Except where the decision has become final, binding and conclusive in terms of Sub Para
(1) above, disputes or difference shall be referred for adjudication through arbitration by a
sole arbitrator appointed by the Appointing Authority. The selection of Arbitrator by the
Appointing Authority will be governed by the fact whether the dispute is (i) between two
Public Sector Enterprises or (ii) between a Public Sector Enterprise and a Government
Department or (iii) Otherwise.
In case the dispute does not fall under item (i) or (ii) of this Para the Appointing Authority,
shall appoint the sole Arbitrator. Within 30 days of receipt of notice from the Contractor to
refer the dispute for Arbitration, the Appointing Authority stipulated in Schedule F shall
send to the Contractor a list of three serving officers of RITES of appropriate status
depending on the total value of claim, who have not been connected with the work under
the Contract. The Contractor shall, within 15 days of receipt of this list select and
communicate to the Appointing Authority, the name of one officer from the list who shall
then be appointed as the Sole Arbitrator. If the Contractor fails to communicate his
selection of name within the stipulated period, the Appointing Authority shall without delay,
select one officer from the list and appoint him as the Sole Arbitrator.
3)
In case the dispute falls under item (i) or (ii) of Sub Para (2) above, the Appointing
Authority shall refer the dispute for Arbitration by one of the Arbitrators in the Department
of Public Enterprises to be nominated by the Secretary to the Govt. of India in charge of
the Department of Public Enterprises. The Arbitration & Conciliation Act 1996 shall not be
applicable to the Arbitration in such a case. The Award of the Arbitrator shall be binding
upon the parties to the dispute, provided however that any party aggrieved by such
award may make a further reference for setting aside or revision of the Award to the Law
Secretary, Department of Legal Affairs, Ministry of Law & Justice, Govt. of India. Upon
such reference, the dispute shall be decided by the Law Secretary or the Special
Secretary/Additional Secretary when so authorized by the Law Secretary, whose decision
shall bind the parties finally and conclusively. The Parties to the dispute will share equally
the cost of Arbitration as intimated by the Arbitrator. The Arbitrator shall make a speaking
Award and the Award may be published on plain paper. In the event of the Sole Arbitrator
dying, neglecting or refusing to act or being unable to act for any reason, it shall be lawful
for the Secretary to the Govt. of India in charge of the Department of Public Enterprises to
nominate another person in place of the outgoing Arbitrator to act as Sole Arbitrator. The
new Arbitrator as appointed shall as far as practicable proceed from the stage where it
was left by the outgoing Arbitrator.
It is a term of this Contract that the party invoking arbitration shall give a list of disputes
with amount claimed in respect of each such dispute along with the notice for
appointment of arbitrator and giving reference to the rejection by the Appellate Authority
of the appeal in the form at Annexure `F'. It is a term of this Contract that "Excepted
matters" or matters where the decision of the Engineer-in-Charge or any higher authority
has been stipulated as "Final and Binding" in various Clauses of Contract, stand
specifically excluded from the purview of Arbitration Clause.
It is also a term of this Contract that no person other than a person appointed by such
Appointing Authority as aforesaid should act as arbitrator and if for any reason that is not
possible, the matter shall not be referred to arbitration at all. It is also a term of this
Contract that if the Contractor does not make any demand for appointment of arbitrator
in respect of any claims in writing as aforesaid within 120 days of receiving the
intimation from the Engineer-in-Charge that the final bill is ready for payment, the
claim of the Contractor shall be deemed to have been waived and absolutely
barred and the Employer shall be discharged and released of all liabilities under the
Contract in respect of these claims.
4)
Obligation during pendency of arbitration
Work under the Contract shall unless otherwise directed by the Engineer-in-Charge
continue during the Arbitration proceeding and no payment due or payable by
the Employer shall be withheld on account of such proceedings, provided however, it shall
be open for the Arbitrator to consider and decide whether or not such work should
continue during arbitration proceedings.
5)
Signing of "No Claim" certificate
The Contractor shall not be entitled to make any claim whatsoever against the Employer
under or by virtue of or arising out of the Contract, nor shall the Employer entertain or
consider any such claim if made by the Contractor after he shall have signed a "No Claim
Certificate" in favour of the Employer in such form as stipulated by the Employer, after the
works are finally measured up. The Contractor shall be debarred from disputing the
correctness of any item covered by the "No Claim Certificate" or demanding a reference
to arbitration in respect thereof.
6)
Parties to be impleaded in the arbitration proceedings
In case of any claims by the Contractor, the Employer as well as RITES Ltd acting as
Agent to the Employer will implead themselves as parties to the Arbitration Proceedings.
7)
The arbitration shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Arbitration and
Conciliation Act, 1996 (26 of 1996) or any statutory modifications or reenactment thereof
and the rules made there under and for the time being in force shall apply to the
arbitration proceeding under this clause, except for cases falling under para 2 (i) or (ii).
8)
It is also a term of this Contract that the arbitrator shall adjudicate on only such disputes
as are referred to him by the appointing authority and give separate award against each
dispute and claim referred to him and in all cases where the total amount of the claims by
any party exceeds Rs.1,00,000/- the arbitrator shall give reasons for the award.
9)
It is also a term of the Contract that where the arbitral award is for the payment of money,
no interest shall be payable on whole or any part of the money for any period till the date
on which the award is made.
10)
It is also a term of this Contract that the arbitrator shall indicate
i) the Award amount payable on the date of award
ii) the period within which it is to be paid and
iii) Simple rate of interest applicable beyond the stipulated free period for making
payment of Award amount.
11)
It is also a term of the Contract that if any fees are payable to the arbitrator these shall be
paid equally by both the parties.
12)
It is also a term of the Contract that the arbitrator shall be deemed to have entered on the
reference on the date he issues notice to both the parties calling them to submit their
statement of claims and counter statement of claims. The venue of the arbitration shall
be such place as may be fixed by the arbitrator in his sole discretion. The fees, if any, of
the arbitrator shall, if required to be paid before the award is made and published, be paid
half and half by each of the parties. The cost of the reference and of the award (including
the fees, if any, of the arbitrator) shall be in the discretion of the arbitrator who may direct
to any by whom and in what manner, such costs or any part thereof shall be paid and fix
or settle the amount of costs to be so paid.
CLAUSE 26
Contractor to Indemnify the Employer against Patent Rights
The Contractor shall fully indemnify and keep indemnified the Employer against any
action, claim or proceeding relating to infringement or use of any patent or design or any
alleged patent or design rights and shall pay any royalties which may be payable in
respect of any article or part thereof included in the Contract. In the event of any claims
made under or action brought against the Employer in respect of any such matters as
aforesaid the Contractor shall be immediately notified thereof and the Contractor shall be
at liberty, at his own expenses, to settle any dispute or to conduct any litigation that may
arise therefrom, provided that the Contractor shall not be liable to indemnify the Employer
if the infringement of the patent or design or any alleged patent or design right is the
direct result of an order passed by the Engineer-in-Charge in this behalf.
CLAUSE 27
Lumpsum Provisions in Tender
When the estimate on which a tender is made includes lump sum in respect of parts of
the work, the Contractor shall be entitled to payment in respect of the items of work
involved or the part of the work in question at the same rates as are payable under this
Contract for such items, or if the part of the work in question is not, in the opinion of the
Engineer-in-Charge payable of measurement, the Engineer-in-Charge may at his
discretion pay the lumpsum amount entered in the estimate, and the certificate in writing
of the Engineer-in-Charge shall be final and conclusive against the Contractor with regard
to any sum or sums payable to him under the provisions of the Clause.
CLAUSE 28
Action where no Specifications are specified
In the case of any class of work for which there is no such specification as referred to in
Clause 11, such work shall be carried out in accordance with the Bureau of Indian
Standards Specifications. In case there is no such specification in Bureau of India
Standards, the work shall be carried out as per manufacturer'
s specifications. In case
there are no such specifications as required above, the work shall be carried out in all
respects in accordance with the instructions and requirements of the Engineer-in-Charge.
CLAUSE 29
With-holding and lien in respect of sums due from Contractor
i)
Whenever any claim or claims for payment of a sum of money arises out of or under the
Contract or against the Contractor, the Engineer-in-Charge or the Employer shall be
entitled to withhold and also have a lien to retain such sum or sums in whole or in part
from the Security Deposit and Performance Guarantee, if any deposited by the
Contractor, pending finalization or adjudication of any such claim. In the event of the
S ecurity D e posit and P erformance Guarantee, being insufficient to cover the claimed
amount or amounts or if no Security Deposit and Performance Guarantee has been
taken from the Contractor, the Engineer-in-Charge or the Employer shall be entitled to
withhold and have a lien to retain to the extent of such claimed amount or amounts
referred to above, from any sum or sums found payable or which may at any time
thereafter become payable to the Contractor under the same Contract or any other
Contract with the Engineer-in-Charge of the Employer or any Contracting person through
the Engineer-in-Charge pending finalization of/adjudication of any such claim.
It is an agreed term of the Contract that the sum of money or moneys so withheld or
retained under the lien referred by the Engineer-in-Charge or the Employer will be kept
withheld or retained as such by the Engineer-in-Charge or the Employer till the claim
arising out of or under the Contract is determined by the arbitrator (if the Contract is
governed by the arbitration clause) or by the competent court, as the case may be and
that the Contractor will have no claim for interest or damages whatsoever on any account
in respect of such withholding or retention under the lien referred to above and duly
notified as such to the Contractor. For the purpose of this clause, where the Contractor is
a partnership firm or a limited company, the Engineer-in-Charge or the Employer shall be
entitled to withhold and also have a lien to retain towards such claimed amount or
amounts in whole or in part from any sum found payable to any partner/ limited company
as the case may be, whether in his individual capacity or otherwise.
ii)
The Employer shall have the right to cause an audit and technical examination of the
works and the Final Bill of the Contractor including all supporting vouchers, abstract, etc.
to be made after payment of the Final Bill and if as a result of such audit and
technical examination, any sum is found to have been overpaid in respect of any work
done by the Contractor under the Contract or any work claimed to have been done by
him under the Contract and found not to have been executed, the Contractor shall be
liable to refund the amount of over-payment and it shall be lawful for the Employer to
recover the same from him in the manner prescribed in sub-clause (i) of this clause or in
any other manner legally permissible; and if it is found that the Contractor was paid less
than what was due to him under the Contract in respect of any work executed by him
under it, the amount of such under payment shall be duly paid by the Employer to the
Contractor, without any interest thereon whatsoever.
Provided that the Employer shall not be entitled to recover any sum overpaid, nor the
Contractor shall be entitled to payment of any sum paid short where such payment has
been agreed upon between the Engineer-in-Charge on the one hand and the Contractor
on the other under any term of the Contract permitting payment for work after
assessment by the Engineer-in-Charge.
CLAUSE 29 A
Lien in respect of claims in other Contracts
Any sum of money due and payable to the Contractor (including the Security Deposit and
Performance Guarantee returnable to him) under the Contract may be withheld or retained
by way of lien by the Engineer-in-Charge or the Employer or any other contracting person
or persons through Engineer-in-Charge against any claim of the Engineer-in-Charge or
the Employer or such other person or persons in respect of payment of a sum of money
arising out of or under any other Contract made by the Contractor with the Engineer-inCharge or the Employer or with such other person or persons.
It is an agreed term of the Contract that the sum of money so withheld or retained under
this clause by the Engineer-in-Charge or the Employer will be kept withheld or retained as
such by the Engineer-in-Charge or the Employer till his claim arising out of the same
Contract or any other Contract is either mutually settled or determined by the arbitration
clause or by the competent court, as the case may be and that the Contractor shall have
no claim for interest or damages whatsoever on this account or on any other ground in
respect of any sum of money withheld or retained under this clause and duly notified as
such to the Contractor.
CLAUSE 30
Employment of coal mining or controlled area labour not permissible
The Contractor shall not employ coal mining or controlled area labour falling under any
category whatsoever on or in connection with the work or recruit labour from area within a
radius of 32 km (20 miles) of the controlled area. Subject as above the Contractor shall
employ imported labour only from area, from which import is permitted.
Where ceiling price for imported labour has been fixed by State or Regional Labour
Committees not more than that ceiling price shall be paid to the labour by the Contractor.
The Contractor shall immediately remove any labourer who may be pointed out by the
Engineer-in-Charge as being a coal mining or controlled area labourer. Failure to do so
shall render the Contractor liable to pay to the Employer a sum calculated at the rate of
Rs.10/- per day per labourer. The certificate of the Engineer-in-Charge about the number
of coal mining or controlled area labourers and the number of days for which they worked
shall be final and binding upon all parties to this Contract.
It is declared and agreed between the parties that the aforesaid stipulation in this clause
is one in which the public are interested within the meaning of the exception in Section 74
of Indian Contract Act, 1872.
Explanation : Controlled Area means the following areas :
Districts of Dhanbad, Hazaribagh, Jamtara-a Sub-division under Santhal Pargana
Commissionery, Districts of Bankuara, Birbhum, Burdwan, District of Bilaspur.
Any other area which may be declared a Controlled Area by or with the approval of the
Central Government.
CLAUSE 31
Unfiltered water supply required for the work
The Contractor shall make his own arrangements for water required for the work and
nothing extra will be paid for the same. This will be subject to the following conditions.
i) That the water used by the Contractor shall be fit for construction purposes to the
satisfaction of the Engineer-in-Charge.
ii) The Engineer-in-Charge shall make alternative arrangements for supply of water at
the risk and cost of the Contractor if the arrangements made by the Contractor for
procurement of water are in the opinion of the Engineer-in-Charge, unsatisfactory.
CLAUSE 31 A
Employer's water supply, if available
Water if available may be supplied to the Contractor by the Employer subject to the
following conditions:
i) The water charges @1% shall be recovered on gross amount of the work done.
ii) The Contractor shall make his own arrangement of water connection and laying of
pipelines from existing main of source of supply.
iii) The Employer does not guarantee to maintain uninterrupted supply of water and it
will be incumbent on the Contractor to make alternative arrangements for water at
his own cost in the event of any temporary break down in the Employer'
s water main
so that the progress of his work is not held up for want of water. No claim of
damage or refund of water charges will be entertained on account of such break
down.
CLAUSE 32
Alternate water arrangements
i)
Where there is no piped water supply arrangement and the water is taken by the
Contractor from the wells or hand pump constructed by the Employer, no charge shall be
recovered from the Contractor on that account. The Contractor shall, however, draw
water at such hours of the day that it does not interfere with the normal use for which the
hand pumps and wells are intended. He will also be responsible for all damage and
abnormal repairs arising out of his use, the cost of which shall be recoverable from him.
The Engineer-in-Charge shall be the final authority to determine the cost recoverable
from the Contractor on this account and his decision shall be final and binding on the
Contractor.
ii)
The Contractor shall be allowed to construct temporary wells in the Employer'
s land for
taking water for construction purposes only after he has got permission of the Engineerin-Charge in writing. No charges shall be recovered from the Contractor on this account,
but the Contractor shall be required to provide necessary safety arrangements to avoid
any accidents or damage to adjacent buildings, roads and service lines.
He shall be
responsible for any accidents or damage caused due to construction and subsequent
maintenance of the wells and shall restore the ground to its original condition after the
wells are dismantled on completion of the work.
CLAUSE 33
Return of Surplus Materials
Notwithstanding anything contained to the contrary in this Contract, where any materials
for the execution of the Contract are procured with the assistance of the Employer either
by issue from the Employer'
s stocks or purchase made under orders or permits or
licences issued by the Employer the Contractor shall hold the said materials economically
and solely for the purpose of the Contract and not dispose of them without the written
permission of the Employer and return, if required by the Engineer-in-Charge, all surplus
or unserviceable materials that may be left with him after the completion of the Contract
or at its termination for any reason whatsoever on being paid or credited such price as
the Engineer-in-Charge shall determine having due regard to the condition of the
materials. The price allowed to the Contractor however shall not exceed the amount
charged to him excluding the element of storage charges. The decision of the Engineerin-Charge shall be final and conclusive. In the event of breach of the aforesaid condition
the Contractor shall in addition to throwing himself open to action for contravention of the
terms of the licence or permit and/ or for criminal breach of trust, be liable to the
Employer for all moneys, advantages or profits resulting or which in the usual course
would have resulted to him by reason of such breach.
CLAUSE 34
Hire of Plant & Machinery
i)
The Contractor shall arrange at his own expense all tools, plant, machinery and
equipment (hereinafter referred to as T & P) required for execution of the work except for
the Plant & Machinery listed in Schedule 'C'and stipulated for issue to the Contractor. If
the Contractor requires any item of T&P on hire from the T&P available with the Employer
over and above the T&P stipulated for issue, the Employer will, if such item is available,
hire it to the Contractor at rates to be agreed upon between him and the Engineer-inCharge. In such a case all the conditions hereunder for issue of T&P shall also be
applicable to such T&P as is agreed to be issued.
ii)
Plant and Machinery when supplied on hire charges shown in Schedule '
C'shall be made
over and taken back at the Employer'
s equipment yard/ shed shown in Schedule 'C'and
the Contractor shall bear the cost of carriage from the place of issue to the site of work
and back. The Contractor shall be responsible to return the plant and machinery in the
condition in which it was handed over to him, and he shall be responsible for all damage
caused to the said plant and machinery at the site of work or elsewhere in operation or
otherwise or during transit including damage to or loss of parts and for all losses due to
his failure to return the same soon after the completion of the work for which it was
issued. The Engineer-in-Charge shall be the sole judge to determine the liability of the
Contractor and its extent in this regard and his decision shall be final and binding on the
Contractor.
iii)
The plant and machinery as stipulated above will be issued as and when available and if
required by the Contractor. The Contractor shall arrange his programme of work
according to the availability of the plant and machinery and no claim, whatsoever, will be
entertained from him for any delay in supply by the Employer.
iv)
The hire charges shall be recovered at the prescribed rates from and inclusive of the date
the plant and machinery made over upto and inclusive of the date of the return in good
order even though the same may not have been working for any cause except major
breakdown due to no fault of the Contractor or faulty use requiring more than three
working days continuously (excluding intervening holidays and Sundays) for bringing the
plant in order. The Contractor shall immediately intimate in writing to the Engineer-inCharge when any plant or machinery gets out of order requiring major repairs as
aforesaid. The Engineer-in-Charge shall record the date and time of receipt of such
intimation in the log sheet of the plant or machinery. Based on this if the major
breakdown has occurred before lunch, period of major breakdown will be computed
considering half a day'
s breakdown on the day of complaint. If the breakdown occurs post
lunch, the period of major breakdown will be computed starting from the next working
day. In case of any dispute under this clause the decision of the Engineer-in-Charge
shall be final and binding on the Contractor.
v)
The hire charges shown i n Schedule ‘C’ are for each day of 8 hours (inclusive of the
one hour lunch break) or part thereof.
vi)
Hire charges will include service of operating staff as required and also supply of
lubricating oil and stores for cleaning purposes. Power fuel of approved type, firewood,
kerosene oil etc. for running the plant and machinery and also the full time chowkidar for
guarding the plant and machinery against any loss or damage shall be arranged by the
Contractor who shall be fully responsible for the safeguard and security of plant and
machinery. The Contractor shall, on or before the supply of plant and machinery, sign
an agreement indemnifying the Employer against any loss or damage caused to the
plant and machinery either during transit or at site of work.
vii)
Ordinarily, no plant and machinery shall work for more than 8 hours a day inclusive of
one hour lunch break. In case of an urgent work however, the Engineer-in-Charge may,
at his discretion, allow the plant and machinery to be worked for more than normal period
of 8 hours a day. In that case the hourly hire charges for overtime to be borne by the
Contractor shall be 50% more than the normal proportionate hourly charges (1/8th of the
daily charges) subject to a minimum of half day'
s normal charges on any particular day.
For working out hire charges for overtime a period of half an hour and above will be
charged as one hour and a period of less than half an hour will be ignored.
viii)
The Contractor shall release the plant and machinery every seventh day for periodical
servicing and/or wash out which may take about three to four hours or more.
Hire
charges for full day shall be recovered from the Contractor for the day of servicing/ wash
out irrespective of the period employed in servicing.
ix)
The plant and machinery once issued to the Contractor shall not be returned by him on
account of lack of arrangements of labour and materials, etc. on his part. The same will
be returned only when they are required for major repairs or when in the opinion of the
Engineer-in-Charge the work or a portion of work for which the same was issued is
completed.
x)
Log Book for recording the hours of daily work for each of the plant and machinery
supplied to the Contractor will be maintained by the Engineer-in-Charge and will be
countersigned by the Contractor or his authorized agent daily. In case the Contractor
contests the correctness of the entries and/or fails to sign the Log Book the decision of
the Engineer-in-Charge shall be final and binding on him. Hire charges will be calculated
according to the entries in the Log Book and will be binding on the Contractor. Recovery
on account of hire charges for Road Rollers shall be made for the minimum number of
days worked out on the assumption that a Roller can consolidate per day maximum
quantity of materials or area surfacing as will be advised to the Contractor by the
Engineer-in- Charge at the time of hiring out the Road Roller. In case Rollers for
consolidation are employed by the Contractor himself, log book for such Rollers shall be
maintained in the same manner as is done in the case of the Employer'
s Rollers.
Maximum quantity of any item to be consolidated for each Roller day shall also
be same as stipulated above by the Engineer-in-Charge. For less use of Rollers
recovery for the less Roller days shall be made at the stipulated issue rate.
xi)
In the case of concrete mixers, the Contractor shall arrange to get the hopper cleaned
and the drum washed at the close of the work each day or each occasion.
xii)
The Contractor shall be responsible to return the plant and machinery in the condition in
which it was handed over to him and he shall be responsible for all damage caused to the
said plant and machinery at the site of work or elsewhere in operation or otherwise or
during transit including damage to or loss of part, and for all losses due his failure to
return the same soon after the completion of the work for which it was issued. The
Engineer-in-charge shall be the sole judge to determine the liability of the Contractor and
its extent in this regard and his decision shall be final and binding on the Contractor.
xiii)
The Contractor will be exempted from levy of any hire charges for the number of days he
is called upon in writing by the Engineer-in-Charge to suspend execution of the work,
provided the Employer'
s plant and machinery in question have, in fact, remained idle with
the Contractor because of the suspension.
xiv)
In the event of the Contractor not requiring any item of plant and machinery issued by the
Employer though not stipulated for issue in Schedule 'C'
, any time after taking delivery at
the place of issue, he may return it after two days written notice or at any time without
notice if he agrees to pay hire charges for two additional days without, in any way,
affecting the right of the Engineer-in-Charge to use the said plant and machinery during
the said period of two days as he likes including hiring out to a third party.
CLAUSE 35
Condition relating to use of asphaltic materials
i)
The Contractor undertakes to make arrangement for the supervision of the work by the
firm supplying the tar or bitumen used.
ii)
The Contractor shall collect the total quantity of tar or bitumen required for the work as
per standard formula, before the process of painting is started and shall hypothecate it to
the Engineer-in-Charge. If any bitumen or tar remains unused on completion of the work
on account of lesser use of materials in actual execution for reasons other than
authorized changes of specification and abandonment of portion of work, a corresponding
deduction equivalent to the cost of unused materials as determined by the Engineer-inCharge shall be made and the material returned to the Contractor. Although the
materials are hypothecated to the Employer, the Contractor undertakes the responsibility
for their proper watch, safe custody and protection against all risks. The materials shall
not be removed from site of work without the consent of the Engineer-in-Charge in
writing.
iii)
The Contractor shall be responsible for rectifying defects noticed within a year from the
date of completion of the work and the portion of the Security Deposit relating to asphaltic
work shall be refunded after the expiry of this period.
CLAUSE 36
Employment of Technical Staff and employees
Contractor'
s Superintendence, Supervision, Technical Staff & Employees.
i)
The Contractor shall provide all necessary superintendence during execution of the work
and as long thereafter as may be necessary for proper fulfilling of the obligations under
the Contract.
The Contractor shall immediately after receiving Letter of A cceptance of the tender and
before commencement of the work, intimate in writing to the Engineer-in-Charge the
name,
qualifications, experience, age, address and other particulars along with
certificates, of the Principal Technical Representative and Deputy T echnical
Representative to be in charge of the work. Such qualifications and experience shall
not be lower than those specified in Schedule '
F'. The Engineer-in-Charge shall within
five working days of receipt of such communication intimate in writing his approval or
otherwise of such a representative to the Contractor. Any such approval may at any time
be withdrawn and in case of such withdrawal the Contractor shall appoint another
such representative according to the provisions of this clause. Decision of the
Engineer-in-Charge shall be final and binding on the Contractor in this respect. Such a
Principal Technical Representative and Deputy Technical Representative shall be
appointed by the Contractor soon after receipt of the approval from Engineer-in-Charge
and shall be available at site within fifteen days of start of work.
All the provisions applicable to the Principal Technical Representative under the Clause
will also be applicable to other Technical Representative(s). The Principal Technical
Representative and/or other Technical Representative shall be present at the site of
work for supervision at all times when any construction activity is in progress and also
present himself/themselves as required to the Engineer-in-Charge and/or his
representative to take instructions. Instructions given to the Principal Technical
Representative or other Technical Representative shall be deemed to have the same
force as if these have been given to the Contractor. The Principal Technical
Representative and/or other Technical Representative shall be actually available at site
fully during all stages of execution of work, during recording of measurement of
works and whenever so required by the Engineer-in-Charge and shall also note down
instructions conveyed by the Engineer-in- Charge or his designated representative in
the site order book and shall affix his/their signature in token of noting down the
instructions
and
in
token
of
acceptance
of measurements/test checked
measurements. The representative shall not look after any other work. Substitutes duly
approved by Engineer-in-Charge in similar manner as aforesaid shall be provided in the
event of absence of any of the representatives by more than two days.
If the Engineer-in-Charge, whose decision in this respect is final and binding on the
Contractor, is convinced that no such Technical Representative is/are effectively
appointed or is/are effectively attending or fulfilling the provision of this clause, a
recovery (non refundable) shall be effected from the Contractor as specified in para (iv)
below and the decision of the Engineer-in-Charge as recorded in the Site Order Book
and measurement recorded/test checked in Measurement Books shall be final and
binding on the Contractor. Further if the Contractor fails to appoint a suitable Principal /
Deputy Technical Representative or other T echnical
Representative and if such
appointed persons are not effectively present or are absent by more than 2 days
without duly approved substitutes or do not discharge their responsibilities satisfactorily,
the Engineer-in-Charge shall have full powers to suspend the execution of the work
until such date as another suitable Technical Representative(s) is/are appointed and
the Contractor shall be held responsible for the delay so caused to the work. The
Contractor shall submit a certificate of employment of the Technical Representative(s)
along with every On Account Bill/Final Bill and shall produce evidence if at any time so
required by the Engineer-in-Charge.
ii) The Contractor shall provide and employ on the site only such technical assistants
as are skilled and experienced in their respective fields and such foremen and
supervisory staff as are competent to give proper supervision to the work.
The Contractor shall provide and employ skilled, semiskilled and unskilled labour as is
necessary for proper and timely execution of the work.
The Engineer-in-Charge shall be at liberty to object to and require the Contractor to
remove from the works any person who in his opinion misconducts himself, or is
incompetent or negligent in the performance of his duties or whose employment is
otherwise considered by the Engineer-in-Charge to be undesirable. Such person shall
not be employed again at works site without the written permission of the Engineer-inCharge and the persons so removed shall be replaced as soon as possible by competent
substitutes.
(iii) Supporting Engineers
For effective supervision of the Works, the Contractor must depute adequate number of
technical assistants who are skilled and experienced in their respective callings as
specified in Schedule ‘F’.
iv) Recovery for non deployment of Engineers
As specified in Schedule ‘F’.
Note: In “Schedule F” the rates of recovery should be mentioned with the approval of the
Authority competent to accept the Tender.
CLAUSE 37
Levies/Taxes/Cesses payable by Contractor
The Contractor shall have valid registration with Excise Deptt. for Service Tax and with
Works Contract Cell of Sales Tax Deptt. of the State and shall submit a copy of the same
to the Engineer along with first running account bill.
i) Sales Tax/VAT (except Service Tax) or any other Tax on materials, Sales Tax on
Works (if any) and Tax of any type on Labour and Cess under "The Building
and other Construction Workers Welfare Cess Act 1996 and Cess Rules 1998" in
respect of this Contract shall be payable by the Contractor and the Employer,
shall not entertain any claim whatsoever in this respect. However, in respect of
Service Tax, same should be paid by the Contractor to the concerned Department
on demand and it will be reimbursed to him by the Engineer-in-Charge after
satisfying that it has been actually and genuinely paid by the Contractor.
ii) The Contractor shall deposit royalty and obtain necessary permit for supply of the
red bajri, stone, kankar, etc. from local authorities.
iii) If pursuant to or under any law, notification or order any royalty, cess or the like
becomes payable by the Employer and does not any time become payable by the
Contractor to the State Government or Local authorities in respect of any material
used by the Contractor in the works then in such a case, it shall be lawful to the
Employer and it will have the right and be entitled to recover the amount paid in the
circumstances as aforesaid from dues of the Contractor.
iv) Tax Deduction at Source will be done by the Employer towards Income Tax, Sales
Tax on works, Labour Welfare Cess and any other tax (except Service Tax) as
required by law, from the Running Account and Final Bills.
CLAUSE 37 A
Royalty Payable on minor minerals – Employer to be indemnified
Where the State Government has enacted any legislation to the effect that the user
of minor minerals such as red bajri, stone, kankar etc., will be responsible to ensure
that for the minerals used in the work, the quarry operator extracting the minerals
has paid royalty as due to the State Government, before any Bill is paid to the
Contractor, the Contractor should furnish a declaration to the Employer confirming
that royalty as due has been paid to the State Government for the minerals used in
the works. The Contractor should also indemnify the Employer against any legal
action that may be instituted against the Employer by the State Government
consequent on violation of the provisions in the relevant Act by the Contractor. A
copy of the format for the Indemnity Bond is at Annexure ‘G’.
CLAUSE 38
Conditions for reimbursement of levy/tax/cess if levied after receipt of tenders.
i) All tendered rates shall be inclusive of all taxes, levies and cesses (except Service
Tax) payable under respective statutes. However, pursuant to the Constitution
(46th Amendment) Act, 1982 if any further tax or levy or cess is imposed by
Statute, after the last stipulated date for the receipt of tender including extensions if
any and the Contractor thereupon necessarily and properly pays such
taxes/levies/cesses, the Contractor shall be reimbursed the amount so paid,
provided such payment, if any, is not, in the opinion of the Engineer-in-Charge
(whose decision shall be final and binding on the Contractor) attributable to delay in
execution of work within the control of the Contractor.
ii) The Contractor shall keep necessary books of accounts and other documents for the
purpose of this condition as may be necessary and shall allow inspection of the
same by a duly authorized representative of the Employer and/or the Engineer-inCharge and further shall furnish such other information/document as the Engineerin-Charge may require from time to time.
iii) The Contractor shall, within a period of 30 days of the imposition of any such further
tax or levy or cess, pursuant to the Constitution (Forty Sixth Amendment) Act 1982,
give a written notice thereof to the Engineer-in-Charge that the same is given
pursuant to this condition, together with all necessary information relating thereto.
CLAUSE 39
Termination of Contract on death of Contractor
Without prejudice to any of the rights or remedies under this Contract if the Contractor
dies, the Engineer-in-Charge on behalf of the Employer shall have the option of
terminating the Contract without compensation to the Contractor.
CLAUSE 40
If a relative working in the Employer's Organisation then the Contractor not
allowed to tender
The Contractor shall not be permitted to tender for works in the Employer'
s RITES
concerned SBU Unit (responsible for award and execution of Contracts) in which his near
relative is posted as Associated Finance Officer between the grades of AGM(F) and JM
(F) or as an officer in any capacity between the grades of the GGM/GM and Engineer or
equivalent (both inclusive). He shall also intimate the names of persons who are working
with him in any capacity or are subsequently employed by him and who are near relatives
to any Gazetted Officer or equivalent officers in the Employer'
s organization. Any breach
of this condition by the Contractor would render him liable to be removed from the
approved list of Contractors if any of this Employer.
NOTE : By the term "near relatives" is meant wife, husband, parents and grand parents,
children and grand children, brothers and sisters, uncles, aunts and cousins and their
corresponding in-laws.
CLAUSE 41
No Gazetted Engineer to work as Contractor within one year of retirement
No engineer of gazetted rank or other gazetted officer employed in engineering or
administrative duties in an engineering department of the Employer shall work as a
Contractor or employee of a Contractor for a period of one year after his retirement from
the Employer'
s service without the previous permission of the Employer in writing. This
Contract is liable to be cancelled if either the Contractor or any of his employees is found
at any time to be such a person who had not obtained the permission of the Employer as
aforesaid, before submission of the tender or engagement in the Contractor'
s service, as
the case may be.
CLAUSE 42
Return of material and recovery for excess material issued
i)
After completion of the work and also at any intermediate stage in the event of nonreconciliation of materials issued, consumed and in balance - (see Clause 10), theoretical
quantity of materials issued by the Employer for use in the work shall be calculated on the
basis and method given herein under :
a) Quantity of cement & bitumen shall be calculated on the basis of quantity of cement
& bitumen required for different items of work as shown in the Schedule of Rates
mentioned in Schedule 'F'. In case any item is executed for which standard
constants for the consumption of cement or bitumen are not available in the above
mentioned schedule/ statement or cannot be derived from the same shall be
calculated on the basis of standard formula to be laid down by the Engineer-inCharge.
b) Theoretical quantity of steel reinforcement or structural steel sections shall be taken
as the quantity required as per design or as authorized by Engineer-in-Charge,
including authorized lappages, chairs etc. plus 3% wastage due to cutting into
pieces, such theoretical quantity being determined and compared with the actual
issues each diameter wise, section wise and category wise separately.
c) Theoretical quantity of GI & CI or other pipes, conduits, wires and cables, pig lead
and GI/ MS sheets shall be taken as quantity actually required and measured plus
5% for wastage due to cutting into pieces (except in the case of GI/ MS sheets it
shall be 10%) such determination and comparison being made diameter wise &
category wise.
d) For any other material as per actual requirements.
ii)
iii)
Over the theoretical quantities of materials so computed a variation shall be allowed as
specified in Schedule 'F'. The difference in the net quantities of material actually
issued to the Contractor and the theoretical quantities including such authorized
variation, if not returned by the Contractor or if not fully reconciled to the satisfaction of
the Engineer-in- Charge within fifteen days of the issue of written notice by the Engineerin-Charge to this effect shall be recovered at the rates specified in Schedule 'F'
,
without prejudice to the provision of the relevant conditions regarding return of materials
governing the Contract. Decision of Engineer-in-Charge in regard to theoretical
quantities of materials, which should have been actually used as per the Annexure of
the Standard Schedule of R ates of CPWD and recovery at rates specified in
Schedule 'F'
, shall be final and binding on the Contractor.
For non scheduled items, the decision of the Engineer-in-Charge regarding theoretical
quantities of materials which should have been actually used, shall be final and binding
on the Contractor.
The said action under this clause is without prejudice to the right of the Employer to take
action against the Contractor under any other conditions of Contract for not doing the
work according to the prescribed specifications.
CLAUSE 43
Compensation during warlike situations
The work (whether fully constructed or not) and all materials, machines, tools and plants,
scaffolding, temporary buildings and other things connected therewith shall be at the risk
of the Contractor until the work has been delivered to the Engineer-in-Charge and a
certificate from him to that effect obtained. In the event of the work or any materials
properly brought to the site for incorporation in the work being damaged or destroyed in
consequence of hostilities or warlike operation, the Contractor shall when ordered (in
writing) by the Engineer-in-Charge to remove any debris from the site, collect and
properly stack or remove in store all serviceable materials salvaged from the damaged
work and shall be paid at the Contract rates in accordance with the provision of this
agreement for the work of clearing the site of debris, stacking or removal of serviceable
material and for reconstruction of all works ordered by the Engineer-in-Charge, such
payment being in addition to compensation upto the value of the work originally executed
before being damaged or destroyed and not paid for. In case of works damaged or
destroyed but not already measured and paid for, the compensation shall be assessed by
the Engineer-in-Charge. The Contractor shall be paid for the damages/ destruction
suffered and for restoring the material at the rate based on analysis of rates tendered for
in accordance with the provision of the Contract. The certificate of the Engineer-inCharge regarding the quality and quantity of materials and the purpose for which they
were collected shall be final and binding on all parties to this Contract.
Provided always that no compensation shall be payable for any loss in consequence of
hostilities or warlike operations (a) unless the Contractor had taken all such precautions
against air raid as are deemed necessary by the ARP Officer or the Engineer-in-Charge
(b) for any material etc. not on the site of the work or for any tools, plant, machinery,
scaffolding, temporary building and other things not intended for the work.
In the event of the Contractor having to carry out reconstruction as aforesaid, he shall be
allowed such extension of time for its completion as is considered reasonable by the
Engineer-in-Charge.
CLAUSE 44
Apprentices Act provisions to be complied with
The Contractor shall comply with the provisions of the Apprentices Act, 1961 and the
rules and orders issued thereunder from time to time. If he fails to do so, his failure will
be a breach of the Contract and the Engineer-in-Charge may, in his discretion, cancel the
Contract. The Contractor shall also be liable for any pecuniary liability arising on account
of any violation by him of the provisions of the said Act.
CLAUSE 45
Release of Security Deposit after Labour Officer clearance
Security Deposit of the work shall not be refunded till the Contractor produces a
clearance certificate from the Labour Officer. As soon as the work is virtually complete
the Contractor shall apply for the clearance certificate to the Labour Officer under
intimation to the Engineer-in-Charge. The Engineer-in-Charge, on receipt of the said
communication, shall write to the Labour Officer to intimate if any complaint is pending
against the Contractor in respect of the work. If no complaint is pending, on record till
after 3 months after completion of the work and/or no communication is received from the
Labour Officer to this effect till six months after the date of completion, it will be deemed
to have received the clearance certificate and the Security Deposit will be released if
otherwise due.
ADDITIONAL CLAUSES OF CONTRACT
CLAUSE 45 A
Release of Security Deposit after clearance by State Government Authority for
Mineral Extraction.
Security Deposit of the work shall not be refunded till the Contractor produces a
Clearance Certificate from the State Government Department responsible for collection of
royalty on extraction of minor minerals like red bajri, stone, kankar etc., in confirmation
that royalty as due has been paid for the minor minerals used in the works. As soon as
the Provisional Certificate of Physical Completion is issued, unless the Contractor has
already obtained the Royalty Clearance Certificate and submitted to the Engineer-inCharge, he shall apply for the Clearance Certificate to the Department concerned under
intimation to the Engineer-in-Charge. The Engineer-in-Charge, on receipt of the said
communication, shall write to the Department concerned to intimate if any complaint is
pending against the contractor on non-payment of royalty charges for the minerals used
on the works. If no complaint is pending on record till after 3 months after completion of
the works and/or no communication is received from the Department concerned to the
effect till Four months after the date of reference to the Department it will be deemed to
have received the Clearance Certificate and the Security Deposit will be released if
otherwise due.
CLAUSE 46
GENERAL OBLIGATIONS OF THE CONTRACTOR
46.1 Contractor's General Responsibilities
a) The Contractor shall, subject to the provisions of the Contract and with due care and
diligence, execute and maintain the Works and provide all labour, including the
supervision thereof, materials, constructional plant and all other things, whether of a
temporary or permanent nature, required in and for such execution and
maintenance, so far as the necessity for providing the same is specified in or is
reasonably to be inferred from the Contract.
b) The Contractor shall take full responsibility for the adequacy, stability and safety of
all site operations and methods of construction, provided that the Contractor shall
not be responsible, except as may be expressly provided in the Contract, for the
design or specification of the permanent works, or for the design or specification of
any temporary works prepared by the Employer.
c) The Contractor shall carry out all the works strictly in accordance with the drawings,
details and instructions of the Engineer-in-Charge. In the opinion of the Engineer-inCharge if any changes are to be made, the same shall be intimated in writing to the
Contractor and the Contractor shall carry out the same. The Engineer-in-Charge'
s
decision in this regard shall be final and not open to arbitration.
46.2
Giving Notices and Payment of Fees
This Contract shall, in all respects, be construed and operated as an Indian Contract and
shall be subject to Indian laws in force from time to time. The Contractor should conform
to all laws of the land and the regulations and bye-laws of any local authority and of any
water or lighting companies with whose systems the structure is proposed to be
connected. The Contractor shall give all notices required by the said acts, regulations or
bye-laws and pay all fees in connection therewith. The Contractor shall protect and
indemnify the Employer against all claims or liabilities arising from his actions in violation
of such laws, ordinances, regulations and bye- laws by him. The Engineer will repay or
allow to the Contractor all such sums as the Engineer-in-Charge shall certify to have
been properly payable by the Employer and paid by the Contractor in respect of such
fees.
46.3
Compliance with Statutes, Regulations, etc.
The Contractor shall conform in all respects with the provisions of any such Statute,
Ordinance or Law as aforesaid and the regulations or byelaws of any local or other duly
constituted authority, which may be applicable to the Works and with such rules and
regulations of public bodies and companies as aforesaid and shall keep the Employer
indemnified against all penalties and liabilities of every kind for breach of any such
Statute, Ordinance or Law, Regulation or Bye-Laws.
46.4 Fossils etc.
All fossils, coins, articles of value or antiquity and structures and other remains or things
of geological or archeological interest discovered on the site of the Works shall, as
between the Employer and the Contractor, be deemed to be the absolute property of the
Employer. The Contractor shall take reasonable precautions to prevent his workmen or
any other persons from removing or damaging any such article or thing and shall
immediately upon discovery thereof, and, before removal, acquaint the Engineer of such
discovery and carry out, at the expense of the Employer, the Engineer-in-Charge'
s orders
as to the disposal of the same.
46.5
Opportunities for other Contractors
The Contractor shall, in accordance with the requirements of the Engineer, afford all
reasonable opportunities for carrying out their work to any other Contractors employed by
the Employer and their workmen and to the workmen of the Employer and of any other
duly constituted authorities, who may be employed in the execution on or near the site of
any work not included in the Contract or of any Contract which the Employer may enter
into in connection with or ancillary to the Works.
46.6
Interference with Traffic and adjoining properties
All operations necessary for the execution of the Works shall, so far as compliance with
the requirements of the Contract permits, be carried on so as not to interfere
unnecessarily or improperly with the convenience of the public, or the access to use and
occupation of public or private roads and footpaths to or of properties whether in the
possession of the Employer or of any other person. The Contractor shall save harmless
and indemnify the Employer in respect of all claims, proceedings, damages, costs,
charges and expenses whatsoever arising out of, or in relation to, any such matters in so
far as the Contractor is responsible therefore.
46.7
Highways Traffic
46.7.1 Extraordinary Traffic
The Contractor shall use every reasonable means to prevent any of the highways or
bridges communicating with or on the routes to the Site from being damaged or injured
by any traffic of the Contractor or any of his Sub-Contractors and, in particular, shall
select routes, choose and use vehicles and restrict and distribute loads so that any
such extraordinary traffic as will inevitably arise from the moving of plant and materials
from and to the Site shall be limited, as far as reasonably possible, and so that no
unnecessary damage or injury may be occasioned to such highways and bridges.
46.7.2 Special Loads
Should it be found necessary for the Contractor to move one or more loads of
constructional plants, machinery or pre-constructed units or parts of units of work over
part of a highway or bridge, the moving whereof is likely to damage any highway or
bridge unless special protection or strengthening is carried out, then the Contractor
shall, before moving the load on to such a highway or bridge, give notice to the
Engineer of the weight and other particulars of the load to be moved and his proposals
for protecting or strengthening the said highway or bridge. Thereafter, within fourteen
days, the Engineer shall direct, in writing the course of action for the Contractor. The
Contractor shall be paid for the cost of the necessary modifications only if the specific
items requiring such modification are provided in the Bills of quantities.
46.7.3 Settlement of Extraordinary Traffic Claims
If during the execution of the works or at anytime thereafter, the Contractor shall receive
any claim arising out of the execution of the Works, in respect of damage or injury to
highways or bridges, he shall immediately report the same to the Engineer. The
Contractor shall negotiate the settlement of and pay all sums due in respect of such
claim and shall indemnify the Employer in respect thereof and in respect of all claims,
proceedings, damages, costs, charges and expenses in relation thereto.
46.8
Watching and Lighting
The Contractor shall in connection with the Works, provide and maintain at his own cost
all lights, guards, fencing and watching when and where necessary or as required by
the Engineer or by any duly constituted authority, for the protection of the Works, or for
the safety and convenience of the public or others.
46.9
Way leaves etc.
The Contractor shall bear all costs and charges for special or temporary way leaves
required by him in connection with access to the Site. The Contractor shall also provide
at his own cost any additional accommodation outside the Site required by him for the
purposes of the Works.
46.10
Site Office for the Employer
The Contractor will provide free of cost temporary furnished accommodation as detailed
in Schedule ‘F’ for the Engineer and his staff, at the site of work. On expiry of the
maintenance period, the Site Office shall be dismantled and site cleared unless the
Employer directs otherwise. The furniture will be returned to the Contractor at whatever
conditions they are an expiry of maintenance period.
46.11
Electricity Supply required at the works
46.11.1 Arrangement
The Contractor shall make his own arrangement for Electricity required for the work and
nothing extra will be paid for the same.
OR
46.11.1AElectric power, if available, may be made available for the work by the Employer at
one or more points within the site or near the site on specified terms and
conditions.The Contractor shall arrange at his own cost the necessary
cabling/wiring, Switch Board and the switch gear etc and shall be responsible for their
safe maintenance. Cost of Electricity supplied shall be fixed by the Employer from time
to time.
(Clasue 46.11.1.A will be applicably only if so stipulated in Schedule ‘F’).
46.11.2 Conditions
a) Distribution arrangements shall be done by the Contractor at his cost as per
approved layout. He shall provide required clearances for overhead lines to
facilitate easy movement of machinery. These overhead lines shall be shifted and
rerouted at the Contractor'
s cost during execution of work if the same are found to
obstruct any other work of any agency working at site or requires to be shifted due to
unforeseen reasons.
b) On completion of the Work, the Contractor shall, to the satisfaction of the Engineer,
remove all wiring installed by him and make good, any disturbance or damage done.
c) The Contractor shall employ a certified and licenced Electrician for carrying out this
work.
46.12 Land for Contractor's Offices, Godown, Workshop
a) Subject to the availability, the Employer may allot at his own discretion and
convenience land for the construction of the Contractor'
s site office, godowns,
workshop and assembly yard near the site. Allotment of such land shall not confer
any tenancy rights to the Contractor. The Contractor shall construct and maintain
the same at his cost. All these temporary works shall be well ventilated, lighted and
provided with water, electricity and sanitary arrangement to the approval of the
Engineer.
b) The Contractor shall remove immediately on completion of the work such buildings
and make good, to the satisfaction of the Engineer, all the damages sustained.
c) The Contractor shall not use the land for any purpose other than that for or in
connection with the Contract.
d) In case the Contractor requires any land additional to what is made available/allotted
to him, the Contractor shall make arrangements for the same at his own cost.
46.13
Land for Labour Accommodation
The Employer shall not provide any land for setting up of the Labour Camp and the
Contractor shall make his own arrangements.
OR
46.13.A Subject to availability, on specific request of the Contractor, space for labour
accommodation at site may be provided free of rent to the extent possible. However it
will be the responsibility of the Contractor to look after all the requirements of the labour
camp such as water, sanitation, health, lighting, general living condition and welfare. In
case the Contractor requires any land additional to what is made available/ allotted to
him, the Contractor shall make arrangements for the same at his own cost.
(Clasue 46.13.A will be applicably only if so stipulated in Schedule ‘F’).
46.14
Excavated Material
The Contractor shall not sell or otherwise dispose of or remove except for the purpose
of this Contract, the sand, store, clay, ballast, earth, rock or other substances or
materials which may be obtained from any excavations made for the purpose of the
works or any building or produce upon the site at the time of delivery of the possession
thereof but all the substances, materials, buildings and produce shall be the property of
the Employer. All such material which in the opinion of the Engineer-in-Charge is useful
shall be stacked separately in regular stacks as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge.
The Contractor may be permitted by the Engineer-in-Charge to use the same on
mutually agreed payment terms.
46.15
Production Of vouchers etc by the Contractor
i) The Contractor shall, whenever required produce or cause to be produced for
examination by the Engineer-in-Charge any quotation, invoice, cost or other
account, book of accounts, voucher, receipt, letter, memorandum, paper of writing
or any copy of or extract from any such document and also furnish information
and returns verified in such manner as may be required in any way relating to the
execution of this Contract or relevant for verifying or ascertaining cost of
execution of this Contract and the decision of the Engineer-in-Charge on the
question of relevancy of any documents, information or return being final and
binding on the parties. The Contractor shall similarly produce vouchers etc. if
required to prove to the Engineer-in-Charge that the materials supplied by him,
are in accordance with the specifications laid down in the Contract.
ii) If any portion of the work in a Contract is being carried out by a Sub Contractor or
any subsidiary or allied firm or Company in terms of permission granted under
Clause 21 of Contract, the Engineer-in-Charge shall have power to secure the
book of such sub Contractor or any subsidiary or allied firm or company through
the Contractor and such book shall be open to the Engineer-in-Charge'
s
inspection.
iii) The obligations imposed by sub clause (i) and (ii) above are without prejudice to
the obligations of the Contractor under any statute, rules or orders binding on the
Contractor.
46.16
Law governing the Contract
The Contract shall be governed by the law for the time being in force in the Republic of
India.
46.17
Court Jurisdiction
The Courts in the City as specified in ‘Schedule F'alone shall have the jurisdiction to
entertain any application or other proceedings in respect of anything arising under this
Agreement and any award or awards made by the Arbitrator where Arbitration &
Conciliation Act 1996 is applicable shall be filed in the concerned Courts in the
aforesaid City only.
CLAUSE 47
INSURANCES TO BE TAKEN BY THE CONTRACTOR & EMPLOYER TO BE
INDEMNIFIED
47.1
Insurance of Works etc
47.1.1. The Contractor shall effect Contractor'
s all risk insurance policy (CAR policy) in the joint
names of the Employer and the Contractor, the name of the former being placed first in
the policy, covering the following:
a) The works at the Contract price together with the materials for incorporation in the
Works at their replacement value.
b) All plants and equipments and other things brought to the site by the Contractor at
their replacement value.
c) Employer'
s building rented to the Contractor if the building or part thereof is used
by the Contractor for the purpose of storing or using materials of combustible
nature, on which the decision of the Engineer-in-Charge shall be final and binding.
47.1.2 The insurance shall be against all losses or damages from whatever causes, other than
excepted risks, as defined in Clause 2 of Conditions of Contract, for which the
Contractor is responsible under the Contract. The insurance cover shall be for the
period of Contract stipulated in Clause 47.7 below and also for the period of
maintenance, for loss or damage arising from a cause prior to commencement of the
period of maintenance, and for any loss or damage, occasioned by the Contractor in
the course of any operations carried out for the purpose of complying with his
obligations during Maintenance Period under Clause 17 of Clauses of Contract.
47.1.3 Such insurance shall be effected with an insurer and with terms approved by the
Employer. The Contractor shall, whenever required, produce the policy or policies and
the receipts for payment of the current premiums.
47.2
Third Party Insurance
47.2.1
Before commencing the execution of the Works from the date specified in Clause 5
above the Contractor shall insure against the liability for any material or physical
damage, loss injury or death which may occur to any property or life including that of the
Employer or to any person, including any employee of the Employer, by or arising out of
the execution of the Works or in the carrying out of the Contract. The sum insured will
be for an amount specified in Schedule ‘ F'
. After each occurance, Contractor shall
pay additional premium necessary to make insurance valid for four occurences always
The Insurance Policy should cover this amount at all times till issue of Completion
Certificate by the Engineer-in-Charge.
47.2.2 Such insurance shall be effected with an insurer and its terms approved by the
Employer. The Contractor shall, whenever required, produce before Engineer the
policy or policies of insurance and the receipts of payment of the current premiums.
47.3
Workmen's Insurance
The Employer shall not be liable for any payment in respect of any damages or
compensation payable according to law in respect or in consequence of any accident or
injury or loss of life to any workman or other person in the employment of the Contractor
or any sub-Contractor, except an accident or injury resulting from any act or default of
the Employer, his agents or servants. The Contractor shall insure against such liability
with an insurer approved by the Employer for a sum as per established norms during
the entire period stipulated in Clause 47.7 below.
47.4
47.5
Recovery from the Contractor
Without prejudice to the other rights of the Employer against the Contractor in respect
of such default, the Employer shall be entitled to deduct from any sums payable to the
Contractor the amount of any damages, compensation costs, charges and other
expenses paid by the Employer and which are payable by the Contractor under this
clause.
Shortfall in payment to Contractor by the Insurance Company
In all cases where the Contractor has taken any insurances, he shall not be entitled to
reimbursement by the Employer of any shortfall or deficiency in the amount payable by
the Contractor towards settlement of claims and that paid by the insurer in settlement of
same claim.
47.6
Insurance by Sub-Contractors
Without prejudice to his liability under this clause the Contractor shall also cause all
Sub-Contractors to effect, for their respective portions of the works, similar policies of
insurance in accordance with the provisions of this clause and shall produce or cause to
produce to the Employer such policies. The Contractor shall not permit a SubContractor to commence work at the site unless the said insurance Policies are
submitted. In the event of failure of the Sub-Contractor to take out such a policy of
Insurance before commencing the works at the site, the Contractor shall be responsible
for any claim or damage attributable to the said Sub-Contractor.
47.7
Period of Policies
All the insurance covers mentioned above shall be kept alive during the period of
the Contract from the date specified for start of the work in terms of Clause 5 above
until the Contractor obtains a Maintenance Certificate from the Employer as explained
in Clause 17.
47.8
Remedy on Contractor'
s Failure to Insure
If the Contractor shall fail to effect and keep in force the insurances referred to above,
or any other insurance which he may be required to effect under the terms of the
Contract, then and in any such case the Employer on advice of the Engineer-in-Charge
may effect and keep in force any such insurance and pay such premium or premiums
as may be necessary for that purpose and from time to time deduct the amount so paid
by the Employer as aforesaid from any moneys due or which may become due to the
Contractor, or recover the same as debt due from the Contractor.
47.9
Damage to Persons and Property - Employer to be indemnified
The Contractor shall indemnify the Employer against all losses and claims in respect of
injuries or damages to any person or material or physical damage to any property
whatsoever which may arise out of or in consequence of the execution and
maintenance of the works and against all claims, proceedings, damages, costs,
charges and expenses whatsoever in respect of or in relation thereto, except any
compensation or damages for or with respect to :
a) The permanent use or occupation of land by the works or any part thereof.
b) The right of the Employer to execute the works or any part thereof on, over, under,
in or through any land.
c) Injuries or damage to persons or property caused by Excepted risks or resulting
from any act or neglect of the Employer, his agents, servants or other Contractors,
not being employed by the Contractor or for or in respect of any claims,
proceedings, damages, costs, charges and expenses in respect thereof or in
relation thereto. Where the injury or damage was contributed to by the
Contractor, his servants or agents, such part of the compensation as may be just
and equitable having regard to the extent of the responsibility of the Employer, his
servant or agent or other Contractors, for the damage or injury.
A copy of the Format for Indemnity Bond is at Annexure ‘H’.
CLAUSE 48
SAFETY AND SECURITY
48.1
Codes etc to be complied with
The Contractor shall ensure and arrange at his cost fire and the safety provisions, as
per safety code of RITES. (Refer Section No. 9 of General Conditions of Contract),
Indian Standards Institution, safety manuals of the Employer, if any, and such
provisions as are locally in force from time to time for all labour, directly or indirectly
employed in the works for performance of this Contract. The Contractor will indemnify
the Employer from any consequence arising due to Contractor'
s failure in respect of
safety provisions.
Following Codes may be referred to in this connection:
IS 5916
Safety code for construction involving use of hot bituminous materials.
IS 7293
Safety code for working with construction machinery
IS 7969
Safety code for handling and storage of building materials.
IS 8989
Safety code for erection of concrete framed structures.
IS 13415
Protective barriers in and around buildings - Code of Safety
IS 13416
Preventive measures against hazards at work places -
Recommendations (Parts - 1 to 5)
48.2
First Aid & Industrial Injuries
48.2.1 First aid facilities at easily accessible place shall be provided by the Contractor as per
provisions of Labour Act or Rules of the Authority controlling the area where work is
carried out.
48.2.2. The Contractor shall make arrangements with hospitals for ambulance service and for
treatment of industrial injuries to meet eventualities leading to the need for such
facilities. The Engineer shall be informed of their telephone numbers and addresses of
the Hospitals.
48.2.3 Details of all critical industrial injuries shall be reported promptly to the Engineer.
48.2.4 Report shall cover type, nature, cause, physician'
s report and action for prevention of
those types again.
48.3
General Safety Rules
48.3.1 Smoking within plant, restricted areas, closed areas, near storage place of lubricant oil
and fuel etc. is strictly prohibited.
48.3.2 The Contractor shall erect and maintain barricades required in connection with his
operation to guard or protect
(a) Excavation
(b) Hoisting/lifting
(c) Slab openings
(d) Hazardous areas
(e) Employer'
s existing property likely to be subjected to damage by the Contractor'
s
operations
(f) Unloading spots
48.4
Accidents - Precautions at Worksite
No materials on the sites shall be so stacked or placed as to cause danger or
inconveniences to any person or to the public. The Contractor shall provide all
necessary fencing and lights to protect the public from accidents and shall be bound to
bear expenses of defense of every suit, action or other proceedings at law, that may be
brought by any person, for injury sustained, owing to neglect of the above precautions
and to pay any damages and costs which may be awarded in any such suit, action or
proceeding, to any such person or which may, with the consent of the Contractor be
paid to compromise any claim by any such person.
48.5
Electrical Equipments - Precautions
All temporary and permanent electrical installations, power distribution and supply
required for execution of Work shall be carried out conforming to existing industrial and
domestic safety rules and regulations. Important specific points to be noted are as
under,
(i) Meter room and main switches should be freely accessible at all times and fully
protected against all weather conditions.
(ii) Power distribution system shall be identifiable with display marking on switches.
(iii) All power distribution shall be carried out with coated, adequately insulated and of
appropriate current/load rating cables. It shall be securely routed for this purpose.
No loose, naked, hanging wires shall be permitted.
(iv) Over load protection devices shall be installed whenever and wherever heavy
current/load consuming construction plant or machinery susceptible to hazard is in
use and as directed by the Engineer-in-charge.
(v) Metallic plugs and sockets shall be used in field work. Switch board shall be in
close proximity so as to have quick control over the supply.
(vi) Proper and adequate earthing connection should be provided for all installations,
plant and machinery and distribution system.
(vii) Hand lamps and inspection lamps shall be adequately insulated and guarded with
wire mesh and should have proper plugs for use.
(viii) Security and illuminatory light shall be secured firmly and protected to withstand
all weather conditions.
48.6
Maintenance of Safety Devices
All scaffolds, ladders and other safety devices mentioned or described herein shall be
maintained in a safe condition and no scaffold, ladder or equipment shall be altered or
removed while it is in use. Adequate washing and maintenance facilities shall be
provided at or near places at work.
48.7
Personal Safety
All necessary personal safety equipment as considered adequate by the Engineer shall
be available for use of persons employed on the Site and maintained in a condition
suitable for immediate use and the Contractor shall take adequate steps to ensure
proper use of equipment by those concerned.
(b) Workers
employed
on
mixing
asphaltic
materials,
cement,
and
lime
mortars/concrete shall be provided with protective footwear and protective gloves.
(c) Those engaged in handling any materials which are injurious to eyes shall be
provided with protective goggles.
(d) Workers employed on erection works, etc. shall be provided with helmets, safety
belts etc.
(e) Workers employed on concrete finishing, welding, painting and other works above
2 metres height shall be provided with a suitable safety belt, as per Factory Rules
of the locality.
48.8
Storing Fuel, Oil and Lubricant
The Contractor shall take approval from the Safety Officer of the Employer for storing
the lubricants, oil and fuel at site for running the machinery required for the
construction.
48.9
Fire Extinguishing
Suitable, sufficient number of fire extinguishers for all types of fire, shall be provided at
work site. In addition, sufficient number of fire buckets filled with water and sand shall
also be provided. The fire fighting equipment as outlined above shall be dispersed in a
suitable and purposeful manner.
48.10
Fire Precautions
The Contractor shall comply with regulations of the controlling authority in force at the
site of the works relating to the precautions to be taken against fire hazards.
48.11
Protection arrangements at work site
Adequate protection against any form of damage or deterioration shall be provided for
in all sections of the works. This shall include protective tapes, casings, guard rails and
the likes, which shall be provided as necessary. Particular care shall be taken to
protect finished surfaces during the execution of adjacent in-situ work. The Contractor
shall carryout all steps necessary and comply with the directions and instructions of the
Engineer to his satisfaction.
48.12
Safety Arrangements for labour
The Contractor shall, at his own expense, arrange for the safety provisions as given
above and as required by the Engineer, in respect of all labour directly or indirectly
employed for performance of the work and shall provide all facilities in connection
therewith. In case the Contractor fails to make arrangements to provide necessary
facilities as aforesaid, the Engineer shall be entitled to do so and recover the cost
thereof, from the Contractor.
48.13
Safety Manual
The Contractor shall submit a Safety Manual indicating the safety measures proposed
to be adopted in light of above provisions, for approval of the Engineer-in-Charge.
48.14
Accidents - Reporting
The Contractor shall, within twenty four (24) hours of the occurrence of any accident on,
or about the Site, or in connection with the execution of the Works, report such accident
to the Engineer and to the appropriate authority wherever such report is required by
law. The Contractor will indemnify the Employer from all accident cases.
48.15
Security Measures
The Contractor shall be responsible at his cost for security of Works for the duration of
the Contract and shall provide and maintain continuously adequate security personnel
to fulfill these obligations. The requirements of security measures shall include, but not
limited to, maintenance of Law and order at site, provision of all lighting, guard,
flagmen, and other measures necessary for protection of Works within the camps and
elsewhere at site, for all materials delivered to the site and all persons employed in
connection with the Works continuously throughout working and non-working periods
including nights, Sundays, holidays, for the duration of the Contract. At work sites in
close proximity of traffic corridors where public are likely to come close to the work
area, suitable fencing as directed by the Engineer should be provided.
CLAUSE 49
QUALITY ASSURANCE
49.1
Submission of Quality Assurance Manual
The Contractor shall on receipt of Letter of Acceptance, or as soon thereafter as
possible, but not later than one month, submit to the Engineer-in-Charge for his
approval a Quality Assurance Manual for the Contract works involved. The Manual
should cover the following items as minimum:
i) Q.A. Plan for Basic Construction Materials indicating the details of tests to be
undergone before use in works.
ii) Q.A. Plan for site activities indicating the details of tests to be conducted at the
various stages of construction for various activities.
iii) In house/on site testing facilities to be developed for materials, site activities and
calibration of equipments.
iv) Site documents to be maintained including records of results of tests for materials
and workmanship, inventory record on availability of vital materials and their
consumption vis-à-vis design requirements, site inspection records, quality audit
record, safety audit record, site progress record, etc.
v) Check lists for source approval of materials etc., check lists for site activities and
proforma for recording results of tests.
vi) Method statements for important construction activities.
49.2
Guidance in preparation
For guidance in the preparation of the Manual, the following printed Publications may
be referred to :
i) Quality Assurance Manual for Construction of Concrete Structures (Bridges &
Flyovers) by C.P.W.D.
ii) Compilation of Quality Assurance Circulars of C.P.W.D.
CLAUSE 50
ECOLOGICAL BALANCE
The Contractor shall maintain ecological balance by preventing deforestation, water
pollution and defacing of natural landscape. The Contractor shall so conduct his
construction operations as to prevent any avoidable destruction, scarring or defacing of
natural surrounding in the vicinity of work. In respect of ecological balance, the
Contractor shall observe the following instructions for which no extra payments will be
made.
(a) Where destruction, scarring, damage or defacing may occur as a result of
operations relating to Permanent or Temporary Works, the same shall be
repaired, replanted or other wise corrected at Contractor'
s expense. All work
areas shall be smoothened and graded in a manner to conform to natural
appearance of the landscape as directed by the Engineer.
(b) All trees and shrubbery, which are not specifically required to be cleared or
removed for construction purposes, shall be preserved and shall be protected
s construction operations and
from any damage that may be caused by Contractor'
equipment or by their Employees/Workers. The removal of trees or shrubs will be
permitted only after prior approval of the Engineer. Special care shall be
exercised where trees or shrubs are exposed to injuries by construction
equipment, blasting, excavating, dumping, chemical damage or other operation
and the Contractor shall adequately protect such trees by use of protective
barriers or other methods approved by the Engineer. Trees shall not be used for
anchorage. The Contractor shall be responsible for injuries to trees and shrubs
caused by his operations and Employees/Workers. The terms "injury" shall
include, without limitation, bruising, scarring, tearing and breaking of roots, trunks
or branches. All injured trees and shrubs shall be restored as nearly practicable,
without delay, to their original condition at Contractor'
s expense.
(c) Where trees have to be necessarily cut for progressing temporary or permanent
works, the Contractor shall arrange for compensatory afforestation as may be
required by Environmental Rules and Regulations.
(d) In the conduct of construction activities and operation of equipments, the
Contractor shall utilize such practicable methods and devices as are reasonably
available to control, prevent and otherwise minimize air/ noise pollution.
(e) Excessive emission of dust into the atmosphere will not be permitted during
manufacture, handling and storage of concrete aggregates/fly ash/ earth/building
materials and the Contractor shall use such methods and equipment as are
necessary for collection and disposal or prevention of dust during these
operations. The Contractor'
s method of storing and handling cement shall also
include means of eliminating atmospheric discharge of dust. Equipment and
vehicles that give objectionable emission of exhaust gases shall not be operated.
Burning of materials resulting from cleaning of trees branches, combustible
construction materials and rubbish may be permitted only when atmospheric
conditions for burning are considered favourable.
(f) Special care must be exercised in ensuring that the labour housed in labour camp
within the work site area do not indulge in any activity like drinking alcohol, taking
drugs etc and other activities that may affect the ecological balance such as
cutting of shrubs for fuel, creating open air nuisance etc.
CLAUSE 51
EXECUTION OF WORKS
51.1
Mobilisation
Period of Mobilisation shall be 15 days counting from the stipulated date of start of work
as mentioned in Letter of Acceptance by the Engineer-in-Charge. The Contractor shall
carry out following activities within this period stated. He shall submit to the Engineer
within 4 days of stipulated date of start, the proposed layout of locating offices, stores,
godowns, yards, water, electric network etc. for approval of the Engineer.
Minimum following activities shall be completed within the mobilization period of 15
days or such extended period as approved by the Engineer.
51.2
z
Site office of the Contractor
z
Line out including establishing of grid line levels and its approval from the
Engineer.
z
Submitting list of proposed specialized sub-Contractors as may be required for
approval of the Engineer.
z
Tapping electric and water connections
z
One cement godown and steel yard
z
Obtaining insurance policies as per the Contract
z
Obtaining labour licences, as required
z
Obtaining approval of local authorities and complying with any statutory
requirements prior to actual start of work.
z
Establishing water and electric network within site.
z
Submitting construction programme as detailed in Clause 5 of Contract and its
approval by the Engineer-in-Charge.
Setting out of Works
The Contractor shall be responsible for the true and proper setting-out of the Works in
relating to original points, lines and levels of reference given by the Engineer in writing
and for the correctness, subject as above mentioned, of the position, levels, dimension
and alignment of all parts of the Works and for the provision of all necessary
instruments, appliances and labour in connection therewith. If, at any time during the
progress of the Works, any error shall appear or arise in the position, levels, dimensions
or alignment of any part of the Works, the Contractor, on being required so to do by the
Engineer shall, at his own cost, rectify such error to the satisfaction of the Engineer.
The checking of any setting-out or of any line or level by the Engineer shall not in any
way relieve the Contractor of his responsibility for the correctness thereof and the
Contractor shall carefully protect and preserve all bench-marks, sight-rails, pegs and
other things used in setting-out the works. The Contractor shall use latest equipments
like Total Station/Theodolite and Auto level etc for setting out the works.
51.3
Boreholes and Explanatory Excavation
If, at any time during the execution of the Works, the Engineer shall
require the
Contractor to make boreholes or to carry out exploratory excavation, such requirement
shall be ordered in writing and shall be deemed to be an Extra item for which payment
shall be made by the Engineer in terms of Clause 12 of Contract.
51.4
Temporary Works
51.4.1 The Contractor is entirely responsible for the design, construction, maintenance and
removal of all temporary works employed in carrying out the Contract. Within a
reasonable time (and in any case not less than fifteen days) before he intends to
commence construction of any temporary works, the Contractor shall submit full
particulars including drawings of the same, for the approval of the Engineer. The
Engineer'
s approval will in no way relieve the Contractor of his responsibility for the
safety of the Works, operators, adjoining property, structures or services and
compliance with appropriate regulations and codes of practice. Documents for
Temporary works supporting adjoining buildings, property and public utilities and roads
shall also be submitted to the appropriate authority for their approval if
requested/required.
51.4.2 The temporary works shall be designed and constructed in such a manner as to enable
the permanent structures to be built around them without detriment to their
effectiveness and due allowance will be deemed to have been made for all necessary
adjustments thereto to enable the Works to proceed.
51.4.3 Timber shoring, boards, struts or similar items shall not be left in position upon
completion of the Works without the written consent of the Engineer.
51.4.4 All services or utilities on or adjoining the site which are required to be maintained
operational shall be protected from movement, subsidence or damage from any cause
whatsoever by adequate temporary props, struts, shores and protective screens to the
approval of the Engineer and the agent of the service or utility.
51.4.5 The Contractor shall make safe and reinstate all areas affected by temporary works.
51.4.6 The Contractor shall use properly designed and manufactured steel staging platforms
for carrying out work above 3.0m height. All required staging for supporting, centering,
shuttering of beams, slab, masonry work, etc. shall be carried out strictly as per the
Supplier’s instructions or approved arrangement. It is to be noted that designing of such
work shall be carried out by the Contractor and shall be submitted for approval of
the Engineer. No work above 3.0 m shall be permitted without compliance of this
condition.
51.5
Plant, Temporary Works & Materials - Exclusive use
All constructional plants, temporary works and materials provided by the Contractor
shall, when brought on to the site, be deemed to be exclusively intended for the
execution of the Works and the Contractor shall not remove the same or any part
thereof, except for the purpose of moving it from one part of the site to another, without
the consent, in writing, of the Engineer, which shall not be unreasonably withheld.
51.6
Use of Site only for Works
The Contractor shall not use any portion of the Site for purpose not connected with the
works without the prior written approval of the Engineer. He shall maintain permanent
and Site access roads free of spillage and shall not interfere with the flow of traffic. Also
same shall apply to terraces and other developed areas.
51.7
51.8
Name Board at Site
The Contractor shall prepare and display name board at site as per design approved by
the Engineer. It shall have
z
Name of Project
z
Name of Employer
z
Name of Consulting Architect (if any)
z
Name of Project Management Consultant (if any)
z
Name of Contractor
Site Drainage/Cleaning/Nuisance
51.8.1 All water which may accumulate on the Site during the progress of the works or in
trenches and excavation, shall be removed from the site to the satisfaction of the
Engineer at the Contractor'
s cost.
51.8.2 The Site shall be maintained free from rubbish. Proper stacking of scaffolding
materials, shuttering material, bricks/brick bats, steel pieces, etc. needed for work on
day to day basis shall be organized, Heaps in unplanned manner and disorderly
fashion shall not be permitted. The Engineer'
s decision in this matter shall be final.
51.8.3 The Contractor shall not, at any time, cause or permit any nuisance on the site or do
anything which shall cause unnecessary disturbance or inconvenience to the Employer,
tenants or occupants of other properties near the site and to the public in general.
51.9
Disposal of Rubbish
(i) The Contractor shall cart away from site and deposit where directed by the
Engineer all refuse, etc. arising from the Works both as it accumulates and at
completion of the Works at the direction of the Engineer.
(ii) It is the responsibility of the Contractor to obtain a certificate from the local
authorities concerned to the effect that all rubbish arising out of Contractor'
s
activities at the construction site or any other offsite activities borrow pits and/or
disposal area (s) has been properly disposed off.
51.10
Shift Working
The Contractor shall be allowed to work in three shifts with prior approval of the
Engineer.
51.11
Urgent Repairs
If, by reason of any accident or failure, or other event occurring to, in, or in connection
with the Works or any part thereof, either during the execution of the Works or during
the period of Maintenance, any remedial or other Work or repair shall, in the opinion of
the Engineer, be urgently necessary for the safety of the Works and the Contractor is
unable or unwilling at once to do such work or repair, the Employer may employ and
pay other persons to carry out such work or repair as the Engineer may consider
necessary. If the Work or repair so done by the Employer is work which, in the opinion
of the Engineer, the Contractor was liable to do at his own expense under the Contract,
all expenses properly incurred by the Employer in so doing shall be recoverable from
the Contractor by the Employer or may be deducted by the Employer from any moneys
due or which may become due to the Contractor. Provided always that the Engineer,
shall, as soon after the occurrence of any such emergency as may be reasonably
practicable, notify the Contractor thereof in writing.
51.12
Contractor to search
The Contractor shall, if required by the Engineer in writing, search under the directions
of the Engineer for the cause of any defect, imperfection or fault appearing during the
progress of the Works or within the Period of Maintenance (Defect Liability period). If
such defect, imperfection or fault shall be one for which the Contractor is liable, the cost
of the work carried out in searching as aforesaid shall be borne by the Contractor and
he shall in such case repair, rectify and make good such defect, imperfection or fault at
his own expense in accordance with the provisions of Clause 17 of Clauses of Contract.
CLAUSE 52
PROGRAMME AND PERFORMANCE
52.1
Review of Programme
If at any time it should appear to the Engineer that the actual progress of work does not
conform to the approved programme the Contractor shall produce at the request of the
Engineer, a revised programme showing modifications to the approved programme,
necessary to ensure completion of the work within the time for completion stipulated in
the Contract. The submission to and approval by the Engineer-in-Charge of such
programme or the furnishing of such particulars shall not relieve the Contractor of any
of his duties or responsibilities or obligations under the Contract. The Engineer-in-
Charge shall have full power and authority during progress of work, to issue such
instructions as may be necessary for the proper and adequate execution and
maintenance of the Work. The Contractor shall carry out and be bound by the same.
52.2
Progress Reports
The Contractor shall submit periodic Progress Reports including coloured progress
photographs as per the frequency and in the Proforma laid down by the Engineer
indicating the details of actual Progress vis-à-vis planned progress of various
components of work, for the period and up to end of the period, slippage if any, action
proposed to be taken to pull back the arrears, deployment of machinery and plant,
statement showing extra and substituted items submitted by Contractor and of any
other item stipulated by the Engineer.
52.3
Maintenance of Records & Registers
The Contractor shall maintain Registers and Records in the format laid down by the
Engineer. These Registers and Records shall be open for inspection by the Employer/
Engineer-in-charge and Engineer at all times. An important Register to be maintained
is the Hindrance Register which will be an essential document for dealing with
applications for extension of time by the Contractor.
52.4
Site Co-ordination Meetings
The Contractor will attend the Site Co-ordination Meetings with Engineer, the
Consultant and other Contractors as fixed by the Engineer from time to time to discuss
all issues relating to the works in general and progress and quality in particular. All
costs incidental to such interaction shall be borne by the Contractor.
52.5
Site Order Book
A site order book shall be kept at the site of the work. As far as possible, all orders
regarding the works are to be entered in this book. All entries therein shall be signed by
the Engineer or his representative and the Contractor or his representative. In
important cases, the Engineer-in-charge will countersign the entries, which have been
made. The site order book shall not be removed from the work site except with written
permission of the Engineer and the Contractor or his representative shall be bound to
take note of all instructions and directions meant for the Contractor as entered in the
site order book without having to be called on separately to note them. The Contractor
shall ensure compliance of the noting in site order book within three days of the noting.
In case of failure to do so, the corresponding work shall be stopped and work already
done shall not be accepted.
52.6
Progress Photographs
During the Construction stage the Contractor shall take adequate number of coloured
photographs showing the progress of various stages of the Work as directed by the
Engineer. Size of photographs will be 125mm x 250 mm. Photographs shall be
supplied with negatives to the Engineer. Each photograph shall be attested with date of
photograph, location of work and brief description of what it shows.
These
photographs shall be from locations as fixed by the Engineer at start of work.
52.7
Poor Performance and consequences Thereof
The engineer in charge, without prejudice to his other rights against the contractor, may
declare the contractor to be a poor performer after giving him written notice of seven
days in any of the following cases :
i. The contractor abandons the work for 30 days or more without valid reasons.
ii. Progress on the work is behind schedule by 25% or more of the stipulated contract.
period for reasons solely attributed to the contractor.
iii. Completion of work is delayed by 25% or more of the stipulated contract period for
reasons solely attributed to the contractor.
iv. The contractor repeatedly (twice or more) makes claims on frivolous grounds or goes
to court or seeks arbitration for such claims.
v. The contractor repeatedly (twice or more) seeks extra-contractual financial support
from RITES for completing the work.
vi. If there are more than two instances of financial failure of contractor in making timely
payments to his labour or sub contractors or to suppliers of materials.
Upon declaration of the contractor as ‘poor performer’, his name will be placed in RITES
‘Negative List of Contractors’ and he will not be eligible for a period of upto two years,
to participate in tenders of other works which may be invited by RITES.
CLAUSE 53
INSPECTION OF WORK
53.1
Site Access
53.1.1 It is for the Contractor to provide safe and guarded access for the Engineer as detailed
in the safety code, For inspection of works, the Contractor shall arrange at his cost
required ladders, scaffolding materials, steel measuring tapes, plumb levels, theodolite
or any other instrument required by the Engineer for his use at site.
53.1.2 The Engineer and any person authorized by him shall at all times have access to the
Works and to all workshops and places where work is being prepared or from where
materials, manufactured articles or machinery are being obtained for the Works and the
Contractor shall afford every facility for and every assistance in or in obtaining the right
to such access.
53.2
Examination of Work before covering up
No works shall be covered up or put out of view without the approval of the Engineer
and the Contractor shall afford full opportunity for the Engineer to examine and
measure any Work which is about to be covered up or put out of view and to examine
foundations before Permanent Work is placed thereon. The Contractor shall give due
notice to the Engineer whenever any such Works or foundations are ready or about to
be ready for examination and the Engineer shall, without unreasonable delay, unless he
considers it unnecessary and advises the Contractor accordingly, attend for the
purpose of examining and measuring such works or of examining such foundations.
53.3
Uncovering and Making Opening
The Contractor shall uncover any part or parts of the Works or make openings in or
through the same as the Engineer may from time to time direct and shall reinstate and
make good such part or parts to the satisfaction of the Engineer. If any such part or
parts have been covered up or put out of view after compliance with the requirement in
Clause 53.2 above and are found to be executed in accordance with the Contract, the
expenses of uncovering, making openings in or through, reinstating and making good
the same shall be borne by the Employer, but in any other case all costs shall be borne
by the Contractor.
CLAUSE 54
QUALITY AUDIT
The Employer may decide to conduct quality audit at regular intervals on the works
done by the Contractor by way of Rebound hammer tests, etc. The Contractor will be
required to provide logistic supports for such activities by way of arranging approaches,
ladders, scaffoldings, manpower, etc. to the Employer for conducting such audits. No
extra payment will be made on this account.
CLAUSE 55
SAMPLE FLOOR
The Contractor shall construct one sample floor/ unit in each type of flats/ nonresidential building and get the same approved from Employer including approval
of fittings, fixture, finishing items and colour scheme.
Employer shall give
approval for sample floor/ unit within fifteen days from the date of its completion in all
respects including rectification of defects, if any.
a) All fitments and fixtures used, such as electrical fittings, water supply items,
sanitary fittings, woodwork and joinery will be as per Contract agreement.
b) The sample floor/unit shall act as a guideline for the construction and finishes of
all other flats/floors/units.
c) The sample floor/unit shall be completed in all respects including all fittings and
fixtures within a period as specified in `Schedule F'from the date of start, failing
which a penalty of Rs. 2000/- (Rupees Two Thousand Only) per day of delay shall
be levied.
Provided always that provision of Clause 55 shall be applicable only when so
provided in Schedule ‘F’.
ANNEXURE A
(REFER CLAUSE 1 i)
Form of Performance Security Bank Guarantee Bond
In consideration of the Employer having agreed under the terms and conditions of
contract made vide his Letter of Acceptance (LOA) No-----------------------------dated -----between --------------( the Employer ) represented by RITES Ltd for and on behalf of
the Employer as an Agent/Power of Attorney Holder and --------------------- (hereinafter
called "the said Contractor) for the work --------------------------(herein after called the
said Agreement") the Contractor having agreed to production of a irrevocable Bank
Guarantee for Rs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (Rupees - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Only) as a
Security/Guarantee for compliance of his obligations in accordance with the terms and
conditions in the said Agreement,
1.
We ----------------------- (indicate the name of the Bank) (hereinafter referred to as " the
Bank” hereby undertake to pay to the RITES LTD acting for and on behalf of the
Employer as an A gent/Power of Attorney Holder, an amount not exceeding Rs. ------------------------------- (Rupees ------------------------------------only) on demand by RITES
Ltd for
and on behalf of the Employer as an Agent/Power of
Attorney Holder.
2.
We ------------------(indicate the name of the Bank) do hereby undertake to pay the
amounts due and payable under this Guarantee without any demur, merely on a
demand from by RITES Ltd for and on behalf of the Employer as an Agent/Power of
Attorney Holder stating that the amount claimed is required to meet the recoveries due
or likely to be due from the said Contractor. Any such demand made on the Bank
shall be conclusive as regards the amount due and payable by the Bank under this
Guarantee. However, our liability under this Guarantee shall be restricted to an
amount not exceeding Rs.------------------- (Rupees -----------------------------------only).
3.
We, the said Bank further under take to pay to the Employer represented by RITES Ltd.
for and on behalf of the E mployer as an A gent/Power of Attorney Holder any
money so demanded not withstanding any dispute or disputes
raised by the
Contractor in any suit or proceeding pending before any court or Tribunal relating
there to, our liabilities under this present being absolute
and unequivocal. The
payment so made by us under this B ond shall be a valid discharge of our liability for
payment thereunder and the Contractor shall have no claim against us for making
such payment.
4.
We - - - - - - - - - (Indicate the name of the Bank) further agree that the Guarantee herein
contained shall remain in full force and effect during the period that would be taken
for the performance of the said Agreement and
that it shall continue to be
enforceable till all dues of the E mployer represented by RITES Ltd for and on
behalf of the E mployer as an A g e n t / Power of Attorney Holder under or by virtue of
the said Agreement have been fully paid and its claims satisfied or discharged or till
Engineer-in-Charge on behalf of the Employer represented by RITES Ltd for and on
behalf of the E mployer as an A gent/Power of Attorney Holder certified that the terms
and conditions of the said Agreement have been fully and properly carried out by the
said Contractor and accordingly discharges this Guarantee.
5
We ------------------------- (indicate the name of the Bank) further agree with the
Employer presented by RITES Ltd for and on behalf of the Employer as an
Agent/Power of Attorney Holder that the Employer shall have the fullest liberty without
our consent and without affecting in any manner our obligations hereunder to vary any
of the terms and conditions of the said Agreement or to
extend
time of
performance by the said Contractor from time to time or to postpone
for any time or
from
time to time any of the powers exercisable by the
Employer against the said Contractor (s) and to forbear or enforce any of the terms and
conditions relating to the said Agreement and we shall not be relieved from our liability by
reason of any such variation, or extension being granted to the said Contractor or for
any forbearance, act of omission on the part of the Employer or any indulgence by the
Employer to the said Contractor or by any such matter or thing whatsoever which
under the law relating to sureties would, but for this provision, have effect of so relieving
us.
6.
This Guarantee will not be discharged due to the change in the constitution of the Bank
or the Contractor .
7.
This G uarantee will neither be cancelled nor revoked by the bank without the written
authorization of the beneficiary (RITES Ltd.). For this purpose the beneficiary would
inform the Bank of their authorized signatories together with the specimen signatures.
8.
This Guarantee shall be valid up to ------------------unless extended on demand by the
Employer represented by RITES Ltd for
and on behalf of the Employer as an
Agent/Power of Attorney Holder. Not withstanding anything mentioned above, our
liability
against this
guarantee
is restricted to Rs…
-----------------------(Rupees --------------------------------------- Only) and unless a claim in writing is lodged
with us within six months of the date of expiry or the extended date of expiry of this
Guarantee, all our liabilities under this Guarantee shall stand discharged.
Dated the -------------------- day of ------------------ for ------------------ (indicate the
name of the Bank)".
Note : To be put in sealed cover by Bank and addressed to the concerned officer of
RITES Ltd.
ANNEXURE B-1
(REFER CLAUSE 10 A)
FIELD LABORATORY AND FIELD TESTING INSTRUMENTS
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS FOR FIELD TESTING LABORATORY
For Building Works
1.
Balances
(i)
7 kg. to 10 kg. capacity, Semi-Self indicating type-Accuracy 10 gm.
(ii)
500 gm. Capacity, Semi-Self indicating type-Accuracy 1 gm.
(iii)
Pan Balance - 5 kg. capacity, accuracy 10 gm.
(iv)
Platform Balance - 100 kg capacity
2.
Ovens-Electricity operated, thermostatically controlled upto 110o C- Sensitivity 1oC.
3.
Sieves : as per IS 460-1962.
(i) I.S. Sieves - 450 mm internal dia of sizes 100mm, 80mm, 63mm, 50mm, 40mm,
25mm, 20mm, 12.5mm, 10mm, 6.3mm, 4.75mm complete with lid and pan.
(ii) I.S. Sieves - 200mm internal dia (brass frame) consisting of 2.36mm, 1.18mm,
600 microns, 425 microns, 300 microns, 212 microns, 150 microns, 90 microns,
75 microns with lid and pan.
4.
Sieve shaker capable of shaking 200 mm and 300 mm dia sieves, manually operated
with timing switch assembly.
5.
Equipment for slump test-Slump Cone, Steel Plate, tamping rod, steel scale, scoop all
as per IS : 7320.
6.
Dial gauges 25mm travel - 0.01 mm/ division. Least count - 2 nos.
7.
100 tonnes compression testing machine, electrical-cum manually operated.
8.
Graduated measuring cylinders 200ml capacity - 3 Nos.
9.
Enamel trays (for efflorosence test for bricks)
10.
(i) 300 mm x 250 mm x 40 mm
- 2 nos.
(ii) Circular plates of 250 mm dia
- 4 nos.
Cube moulds for concrete 150 mm x 150 mm x 150 mm with Base
plate as per IS: 516 Cube moulds for cement 7.06 cm x 7.06 cm x 7.06 cm
- 24 Nos.
- 6 nos.
11.
Cube Vibrating Table Electricity operated with Table size 50 cm x 50 cm and 150 kg
load carrying capacity
- 1 No.
12.
Unit weight measure IS:1199
- 1 No.
13.
Pycnometer 1 litre capacity with 6mm dia at Apex
- 2 Nos.
½ litre capacity
- 2 Nos.
14.
Vicat Apparatus with Dashpot complete as per IS : 5313
- 1 No.
15.
Blaines'Air Permeability Apparatus Complete as per IS : 5516
- 1 No.
16.
Tools for non-destructive testing of concrete.
17.
Soil Testing equipment for Sieve Analysis and determination of C.B.R.Value.
FIELD TESTING INSTRUMENTS
1.
Steel tapes - 3m
2.
Vernier Calipers
3.
4.
Micrometer Screw 25mm gauge
A good quality plumb bob
5.
Spirit minimum 30 cms long with 3 bubbles for horizontal / vertical measurement
6.
Wire gauge (circular type) disc
7.
Foot rule
8.
Long nylon thread
9.
Rebound hammer for testing concrete
10.
Dynamic penetrometer
11.
Magnifying glass
12.
Screw driver 30 cms long
13.
Ball pen hammer, 100 gms.
14.
Plastic bags for taking samples
15.
Moisture meter for timber
16.
Earth resistance tests : for Electrical Divisions
17.
Meggar
18.
Glass Beaker 100 cc
ANNEXURE B-2
(REFER CLAUSE 10A)
In all contracts where issue of cement and steel by the Employer is not stipulated, the following
special conditions shall be applicable.
1.
Special conditions for cement
(1)
The contractor shall procure 43 grade (conforming to IS 8112) ordinary Portland
cement, as required in the work, from reputed manufacturers of cement having a
production capacity not less than one million tones or more per annum, such as
ACC, Ultra Tech, J.P. Rewa, Vikram, Shri Cement, Birla Jute & Cement
Corporation of India etc., as approved by the Ministry of Industry, Government of
India, and holding license to use ISI certification mark for their product. The
tenderers may also submit a list of names of cement manufacturers which they
propose to use in the work in case there is any difficulty in getting supplies from any
of the Brands specified in the Tender Document. The Engineer-in-Charge reserves
right to accept or reject name(s) of cement manufacturer(s) which the tenderer
proposes to use in the work. No change in the tendered rates will be accepted if
the Engineer-in-Charge does not accept the list of cement manufacturers, given by
the tenderer, fully or partially.
The supply of cement shall be taken in 50 kg. bags bearing manufacturer’s name
and ISI marking. Samples of cement arranged by the contractor shall be taken by
the Engineer-in-Charge and got tested in accordance with provisions of relevant
BIS codes. In case the test results indicate that the cement arranged by the
contractor does not conform to the relevant BIS codes, the same shall stand
rejected, and it shall be removed from the site by the contractor at his own cost
within a week’s time of written order from the Engineer-in-Charge to do so.
(2)
The cement shall be brought at site in bulk supply of approximately 50 tonnes or as
decided by the Engineer-in-Charge.
Unless otherwise directed by the Engineer-in-Charge, the cement godown of the
capacity to store a minimum of 2000 bags of cement shall be constructed by the
contractor at site of work for which no extra payment shall be made.
(3)
Double look provision shall be made to the cement godown. The keys of one lock
shall remain with the Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized representative and the
keys of the other lock shall remain with the contractor. The contractor shall be
responsible for the watch and ward and safety of the cement godown. The
contractor shall facilitate the inspection of the cement godown by the Engineer-inCharge.
(4)
The cement shall be got tested by the Engineer-in-Charge and shall be used on the
work only after satisfactory test results have been received. The contractor shall
supply free of charge the cement required for testing including its transportation
cost to testing laboratories.
The cost of tests shall be borne by the
contractor/Employer in the manner indicated below: for Non Mandatory Tests. In
case of Mandatory Tests the cost will be borne only by the Contractor.
(a)
(b)
By the contractor, if the results show that the cement does not conform to
relevant BIS codes.
By the Employer, if the results show that the cement conforms to relevant
BIS codes.
(5)
The actual issue and consumption of cement on work shall be regulated and proper
accounts maintained as provided in clause 10 of the contract. The theoretical
consumption of cement shall be worked out as per procedure prescribed in clause
42 of the contract and shall be governed by conditions laid therein. In case the
cement consumption is less than theoretical consumption including permissible
variation, recovery at the rate so prescribed shall be made. In case of excess
consumption no adjustment need to be made.
(6)
The cement brought to the site and the cement remaining unused after completion
of the work shall not be removed from site without the written permission of the
Engineer-in-Charge.
(7)
The damaged cement shall be removed from the site immediately by the contractor
on receipt of a notice in writing from the Engineer-in-Charge. If he does not do so
within 3 days of receipt of such notice, the Engineer-in-Charge shall get it removed
at the cost of the contractor.
Similar conditions for cement of other types like slag cement etc., will apply.
2.
Special Conditions for Steel
(1)The Contractor shall procure TMT bars of Fe415 /Fe500 /Fe550 grade (the
grade to be procured is to be specified) from primary producers such as SAIL
or TISCO or RINL as approved by Ministry of Steel. In case of nonavailability of steel from primary producers as stipulated in the Tender
Document, the Engineer-in-Charge may permit use of TMT reinforcement bars
procured from secondary producers. In such cases following conditions will apply.
(a)
The grade of the steel such as Fe415 / Fe500 / Fe550 or other grade to be
procured shall be as per BIS 1786 – 2008.
(b)
The secondary producers must have valid BIS licence to produce HSD bars
conforming to IS 1786: 2008. In addition to BIS licence, the secondary producer
must have valid licence from either of the firms Tempcore, Thermex, Evcon Turbo
& Turbo Quench to produce TMT Bars.
(c)
The TMT bars procured from primary producers shall conform to manufacturer’s
specifications.
(d)
The TMT bars procured from secondary producers shall conform to the
specifications as laid by Tempcore, Thermex, Evcon Turbo & Turbo Quench as
the case may be.
(e)
For TMT bars procured either from primary producers or secondary producers,
the specifications shall meet the provisions of IS: 1786 : 2008 pertaining to Fe
415D or Fe 500D or Fe 550D grade of steel as specified in the tender.
(2)
The contractor shall have to obtain and furnish test certificates to the Engineerin-Charge in respect of all supplies of steel brought by him to the site of work.
(3)
Samples shall also be taken and got tested by the Engineer-in-Charge as per
the provisions in this regard in relevant BIS codes. In case the test results indicate
that the steel arranged by the contractor does not conform to the specifications as
defined under para (1) (d) & (1) (e) above, the same shall stand rejected, and it
shall be removed from the site of work by the contractor at his cost within a week
time or written orders from the Engineer-in-Charge to do so.
(4)
The steel reinforcement bars shall be brought to the site in bulk supply of 10
tonnes or more, or as decided by the Engineer-in-Charge.
(5)
The steel reinforcement bars shall be stored by the contractor at site of work in
such a way as to prevent distortion and corrosion, and nothing extra shall be paid
on this account. Bars of different sizes and lengths shall be stored separately to
facilitate easy counting and checking.
(6)
For checking nominal mass, tensile strength, bend test, re-bend test
etc. specimens of sufficient length shall be cut from each size of the bar at
random, a n d at frequency not less than that specified below :
Size of bar
For consignment below
For consignment above
100 tonnes
100 tonnes
Under 10mm dia bars
One sample for each
tonnes or part thereof
25
One sample for each
tonnes or part thereof
40
10 mm to 16 mm dia bars
One sample for each
tonnes or part thereof
35
One sample for each
tonnes or part thereof
45
Over 16 mm dia bars
One sample for each
tonnes or part thereof
45
One sample for each
tonnes or part thereof
50
(7)
The contractor shall supply free of charge the steel required for testing including its
transportation to testing laboratories. The cost of tests shall be borne by the
Contractor/Employer In the manner indicated below for Non Mandatory Tests. In
case of Mandatory Tests the cost will be borne only by the Contractor.
(c)
(d)
(8)
By the contractor, if the results show that the steel does not conform to
relevant BIS codes.
By the Employer, if the results show that the steel conforms to relevant BIS
codes.
The actual issue and consumption of steel on work shall be regulated and proper
accounts maintained as provided in clause 10 of he contract. The theoretical
consumption of steel shall be worked out as per procedure prescribed in clause 42
of the contract and shall be governed by conditions laid therein. In case the
consumption is less than theoretical consumption including permissible variations
recovery at the rate so prescribed shall be made. In case of excess consumption
no adjustment need to be made.
(9)
The steel brought to site and the steel remaining unused shall not be removed from
site without the written permission of the Engineer-in-Charge.
(10)
In case the contractor is permitted to use TMT reinforcement bars procured from
secondary producers then:
(i)
(ii)
In case the BOQ item is for supply of TMT bars, the Contractor will be paid
at the Tender rate less the difference in market rates between supply by
main Producers and that by Secondary Producers as ascertained by the
Engineer-in-Charge, whose decision will be final and binding on the
Contractor.
In case the BOQ item is for supply and laying TMT reinforcement, reduction
is rates per tonne will be as indicated in (i) above enhanced by 15% being
the element of Contractor’s Profit and Overheads.
ANNEXURE ‘C’
(REFER CLAUSE 10 B ii)
PROFORMA FOR BANK GUARANTEE FOR MOBILIZATION ADVANCE
(On Non-Judicial Stamp Paper of Appropriate Value)
To,
RITES LTD.
__________
1.
In consideration of, RITES Ltd. Acting for and on behalf of as Agent/Power of Attorney
Holder of ________ (hereinafter called “The Employer”) (which expression shall unless
repugnant to the subject or context include its successors and assigns) having agreed
under the terms and conditions of the Contract Agreement No. ______ dated _________
with* ________ in
_
connection
with the
work of _________________
(hereinafter called "the said Contract") to make at the request of the Contractor’ a lumpsum
advance of Rs.
______/- (Rupees __
only) for utilizing it for the
purpose of the Contract on his furnishing a Guarantee acceptable to the Employer,
we,
_______Bank incorporated under ____and having one of our branches at
________
(hereinafter referred to as "the said Bank") do hereby guarantee the due
recovery by the Employer of this said advance with interest thereon as provided according
to the terms and conditions of the Contract. If the said Contractor fails to utilize the said
advance for the purpose of the Contract and / or the said advance together with Interest
thereon as aforesaid is not fully recovered by the Employer, we,
Bank hereby
unconditionally and irrevocably undertake to pay to RITES Ltd. on demand and without
demur to the extent of the said sum of Rs. ___________ /(Rupees
___________
only), any claim made by the Employer on us for the loss or damage caused to or
suffered by the Employer by reason of the Employer not being able to recover in full the
said sum of Rs.
/- (Rupees _ _ _ _
only) with interest as aforesaid.
2.
We,
Bank further agree that the Employer shall be the sole judge of and as
to whether the said Contractor has not utilized the said advance or any part thereof for the
purpose of the Contract and the extent of loss or damage caused to or suffered by the
Employer on account of the said advance together with interest not being recovered in full
and the decision of the Employer that the said Contractor has not utilized the said advance
or any part thereof for the purpose of the Contract and as to the amount or amounts of
loss or damage caused to or suffered by the Employer shall be final and binding on us.
3.
We, the said Bank, further agree that the Guarantee herein contained shall remain in force
and effect during the period that would be taken for the performance of the said Contract
and till the said advance with interest has been fully recovered and its claims satisfied or
discharged and till the Employer certifies that the said advance with interest has been fully
recovered from the said Contractor, and accordingly shall have no claim under this
Guarantee after 30 (thirty) days from the date of satisfactory completion of the said
Contract (as per the mutually agreed Work Schedule) i.e. upto and inclusive of
(date) unless a notice of the claim under this Guarantee has been served on the Bank
before the expiry of the said period i.e.
(date) in which case the same shall be
enforceable against the Bank notwithstanding the fact, that the same is enforced after the
expiry of the said period.
4.
The Employer shall have the fullest liberty without affecting in any way the liability of the
Bank under this Guarantee or Indemnity, from time to time, to vary any of the terms and
conditions of the said Contract or the advance or to extend time of performance by the
said Contractor or to postpone for any time and from time to time any of the powers
exerciseable by it against the said Contractor and either to enforce or forbear from
enforcing any of the terms and conditions governing the said Contract or the advance
available to the Employer and the said Bank shall not be released from its liability under
these presents by any exercise by the Employer of the liberty with reference to the matters
aforesaid or by reasons
of time being given to the said Contractor or any
other forbearance, act or omission on the part of the Employer or any indulgence by
the Employer to the said Contractor on any other matter or thing whatsoever which under
the law relating to sureties would, but for this provision, have the effect of so releasing
the Bank from its such liability.
5.
It shall not be necessary for the Employer to proceed against the Contractor before
proceeding against the Bank and the Guarantee herein contained shall be enforceable
against the Bank notwithstanding any security, which the Employer may have obtained or
obtain from the Contractor shall at the time when proceedings are taken against the Bank
hereunder, be outstanding or unrealized.
6.
We, the said Bank, lastly undertake not to revoke this Guarantee during its currency
except with the previous consent of the Employer in writing and agree that any change in
the Constitution of the said Contractor or the said Bank shall not discharge our liability
hereunder.
If any further extension of this Guarantee is required the same shall be extended to such
required periods on receiving instructions from the Contractor M/s ________.
on whose behalf
this Guarantee is issued.
Notwithstanding anything contained herein before our liability under this Guarantee is
restricted to Rs.
(Rupees
only) together with interest
. Our
undertaking shall commence from the date of execution and shall remain in force upto
Dated this
day of
In presence of
For and on behalf of (the Bank)
WITNESS
Signature
1.
Name
2.
Designation
Authorization No.
Seal of the Bank
The above Guarantee is accepted by the Employer
For RITES Ltd.
For and on behalf of
(the Employer)
as Agent/Power of Attorney Holder
NOTES ON PARA 1
*For Proprietary Concerns
Shri
son of
resident of
carrying on business under the name and style of
at
________(hereinafter called "the said Contractor"
which expression shall unless the context requires otherwise include his heirs, executors,
administrators and legal representatives).
*For Partnership Concerns
*M/s.
a partnership firm with its office
(hereinafter called
"the said Contractor" which expression shall unless the context requires otherwise
include their heirs, executors, administrators and legal representatives); the
names of their partners being.
(i) Shri
S/o
(ii) Shri
S/o
etc.
*For Companies
* M/s. ________________ a company under the Companies Act, 1956 and having its
registered office at ________ in the State of __________ (hereinafter called “the said
Contractor” which expression shall unless the context requires otherwise include its
administrators, successors and assigns).
ANNEXURE ‘D’
(REFER CLAUSE10 B iii)
PROFORMA FOR HYPOTHECATION DEED FOR PLANT & MACHINERY ADVANCE
(On Non-Judicial Stamp Paper of Appropriate values in the name of the Contractor)
This indenture made the_______________ day of __________ BETWEEN* _________ of
the one part and RITES LIMITED acting for and on behalf of as Agent/Power of Attorney
Holder of ___________ (hereinafter called “the Employer” which expression shall unless
the context requires otherwise include his successors and assigns) of the other part.
WHEREAS under Provision in Clause 10B (iii) of the Clauses of Contract of Agreement
No.
dated
(hereinafter called the "Contract") between the Employer and
the Contractor, the Contractor has applied to the Employer for an advance of Rs._
(Rupees
only) for Plant & Machinery described in the schedule hereto
specifically acquired by the Contractor for the Works and brought to the site.
AND WHEREAS one of the conditions on which the said Advance of Rs.
is to
be granted by the Employer to the Contractor is that the Contractor shall hypothecate the
plant and machinery described in the Schedule hereto in favour of the Employer as
security for the due repayment of the said advance along with interest as due.
AND WHEREAS the Contractor has represented that he is the Owner of the Plant and
Machinery described in the Schedule hereto and the same is free from encumbrances.
NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH THAT in pursuance of the said Contract and in
consideration of the promises the Contractor doth hereby hypothecate, assign and transfer
to the Employer the Plant and Machinery described in the Schedule hereto with the intent
that the same shall remain and form security for repayment to the Employer of the said
advance of Rs.
together with the interest thereon at 10% per annum.
1.
The Contractor hereby agrees, declares and convenants with the Employer as follows:a) The Contractor shall repay to the Employer the said Advance of
Rs.
(Rupees
only) together with Interest thereon as
aforesaid by and agrees that the said Advance be recovered by the Employer by
making deductions in the manner provided in Clause 10B(iv) of the Clauses of
Contract.
b) The Contractor has paid in full the purchase price of the Plant and Machinery
described in the Schedule hereto and each and every one of them is the
absolute property of the Contractor and that the same have not been sold, pledged,
mortgaged or transferred or in any way dealt with by the Contractor.
c) So long as any amount remains payable to the Employer by the Contractor in
respect of the said Advance of Rs.
and interest thereon the Contractor shall
not sell, pledge, hypothecate, transfer part with or in any way deal with the Plant and
Machinery described in the Schedule hereto.
d) If the said advance of Rs.
along with the interest as due shall not be repaid by
the Contractor or recovered in the manner described above by the Employer by
(due date) due to any reason whatsoever or the said Contract has been
determined earlier or cancelled or if the Contractor shall sell, pledge, mortgage,
transfer, par with or in any way deal with the said plant and machinery or any part
thereof or the Contractor or any of the partners is adjudged insolvent or the
Contractor firm is to be wound up or the Contractor makes any composition or
arrangement with its creditors or the Contractor shall commit breach of any of the
terms and conditions or covenants as herein contained or if any of the said plant and
machinery or any other property whatsoever belonging to the Contractor has been
sold or attached for a period of not less than 21 days in execution of the decree of
any court for payment of money, the whole of the said advance of Rs. _______ or
such part thereof as may have remained unpaid or unrecovered together with interest
thereon shall forthwith become due and payable.
e) The Employer may on the happening of any of the events mentioned in the
preceeding clause (d) or in the event of the said advance and interest thereon or any
part thereof becoming due and payable and has not been paid or recovered or
cannot be recovered as provided in the said conditions, seize and take possession
of the said plant and machinery (and either remain in possession thereof without
removing the same or else may remove the same) and sell the said plant and
machinery or any of them either by public auction or private Contract and may out of
the sale proceeds retain the balance of the said advance and interest thereon
remaining unpaid and unrecovered and all costs, charges and expenses and
payments incurred or made in maintaining, defending or protecting the rights of the
Employer hereunder and shall pay over the surplus, if any, to the Contractor.
f) The Contractor shall at all times during the continuance of this security as stipulated
in Para 2 below, the Contractor shall at his cost insure and keep insured the plant
and machinery described in the Schedule hereto for the full value thereof in the joint
names of the Contractor and the Employer with an insurance company to be
approved by the Engineer-in-Charge against the risk of loss or damage from
whatever cause arising other than the Excepted Risks. During the Continuance of
the security the Contractor shall pay all premia and sums of money necessary for
keeping such insurance alive and the insurance policy and receipts in original for
premia paid shall be deposited with the Engineer-in-Charge. The Contractor shall
assign all his rights, title and interest in the policy to the Employer.
g) The Contractor shall not permit or suffer the said plant and machinery or any par
thereof to be destroyed or damaged or used or to be used or to deteriorate in a
greater degree than it would deteriorate by reasonable wear and tear thereof in the
performance of the Contract.
h) In the event of any damage or loss happening to the said plant and machinery or
any part thereof from whatever cause other than the Excepted risks the Contractor
shall forthwith have the same repaired or replaced as the case may be or arrange
for payment of the entire amount recovered or to be recovered from the insurance
company to the Employer towards the payment of the said advance of Rs.
along with interest as due.
2.
Upon repayment or recovery in full of the amount secured on account of this
hypothecation deed the said plant and machinery secured hereunder shall stand released
from hypothecation but this is without prejudice to the right of the Employer under any
other conditions of the Contract.
SCHEDULE ABOVE REFERRED TO
Sl.No.
Particulars
New or
of Plant &
Machinery
Second
hand
2
3
1
Nos.
Purchase
4
price /
considered
reasonable
by
Engineerin-Charge
5
% of Col. 5
Advance
sanctioned sanctioned
in (Rs.)
6
7
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have executed these presents on the day and
year first above written.
Signed and delivered
By the within named
Signed by Shri
(Contractor)
(Name & Designation)
of RITES LIMITED
In the presence of
For and on behalf of the Employer
as Agent/Power of Attorney Holder
1.
in the presence of
2.
1.
2.
NOTES ON PARA 1
*For Proprietary Concerns
Shri
son of
resident of
carrying on business under the name and style of
at
(hereinafter called "the said Contractor" which expression
shall unless the context requires otherwise include his heirs, executors, administrators and
legal representatives).
*For Partnership Concerns
M/s.
a partnership firm with its office at (hereinafter called "the said
Contractor" which expression shall unless the context requires otherwise include their
heirs, executors, administrators and legal representatives); the names of their partners
being
i) Shri
S/o
ii) Shri
S/o
etc.
*For Companies
(*M/s.
a company under the Companies Act, 1956 and having its
registered office at in the State of
hereinafter called the said Contractor’ which
expression shall unless the context requires otherwise include its administrators,
successors and assigns).
.ANNEXURE ‘E-1’
(REFER CLAUE 17)
GUARANTEE BOND IN RESPECT OF WATER PROOFING WOKRS
(On Non Judicial Stamp Paper of Rs. 10)
The Agreement made this __________ day of _______ Two thousand and ______ between
_______ (hereinafter called the Guarantor of the one part) and ______ (herein after called
the “Employer”) on the other part.
WHEREAS THIS agreement is supplementary to a Contract (hereinafter called the
Contract) dated
and made between the Guarantor of the one part and the
Employer acting through RITES Ltd. as Agent/Power of Attorney Holder of the other part,
whereby the Contractor, inter alia, undertook to render the buildings and structures in
the said Contract cited completely water and leak-proof.
And whereas Guarantor agreed to give a guarantee to the effect that the said structures
will remain water and leak-proof for five years from the date of giving of water proofing
treatment.
Now the Guarantor hereby guarantees that water proofing treatment given by him will
render the structures completely leak proof and the minimum life of such water
proofing treatment shall be five years to be reckoned from the date after the maintenance
period prescribed in the Contract.
Provided that the Guarantor will not be responsible for leakage caused by earthquake or
structural defects or misuse of roof or alteration and for such purpose.
a)
misuse of roof shall mean any operation which will damage water-proofing
treatment, like chopping of firewood and things of the same nature which might cause
damage to the roof.
b)
Alteration shall mean construction of an additional storey or a part of the roof or
construction adjoining to existing roof whereby water-proofing treatment is removed in
parts.
c) The decision of the Employer with regard to cause of leakage shall be final.
During this period of Guarantee, the Guarantor shall make good all defects and in case of
any defect being found, render the building water proof to the satisfaction of the Employer at
his cost and shall commence the work for such rectification within seven days from the date
of issue of the notice from the Employer calling upon him to rectify the defects failing which
the work shall be got done by the Employer by some other Contractor at the
Guarantor'
s cost and risk. The decision of the Employer as to the cost, payable by the
Guarantor shall be final and binding.
That if Guarantor fails to execute the water proofing or commits breach there under then the
Guarantor will indemnify the Employer and his successors against all loss, damage, cost
expense or otherwise which may be incurred by him by reason of any default on the part of
the Guarantor in performance and observance of this supplementary agreement. As to the
amount of loss and/or damage and/or cost incurred by the Employer the decision of the
Employer will be final and binding on the parties.
In Witness whereof these present have been executed by the Guarantor
and by
(Name & Designation of Officer of RITES Ltd. ) acting for and on behalf of
the Employer as Agent/Power of Attorney Holder on the day, month and year first above
written.
SIGNED, SEALED and delivered by GUARANTOR in the presence of :1.
2.
SIGNED for and on behalf of THE EMPLOYER as Agent/Power of Attorney Holder by
the presence of:1.
2.
Copy to the Employer
in
ANNEXURE ‘E-2’
(REFER CLAUSE 17)
GUARANTEE BOND FOR ANTI TERMITE TREATMENT WORKS
(On Non Judicial Stamp Paper of Rs. 10)
The Agreement made this _______ day of Two Thousand _______ between M/s. _____
__________ (herinafter called the Guarantor of the one part) and the _____ (hereinafter
called the Employer of the other part).
Whereas this agreement is supplementary to the Contract (hereinafter called the Contract)
dated _________ made between the Guarantor of the one part and the Employer acting
through RITES Ltd. as Agent/Power of Attorney Holder of the other part, whereby the
Contractor, interalia, undertook to render the Buildings and structures in the said Contract cited
completely Termite proof.
And whereas the Guarantor agreed to give a Guarantee to the effect that the said
structures will remain Termite-proof for ten years to be reckoned from the date after the
maintenance period prescribed in the Contract expires.
During this period of guarantee the Guarantor shall make good all defects and for that
matter, shall replace at his risk and cost, such wooden members as may be damaged by
termites and in case of any other defect being found he shall render the building termite
proof at his cost to the satisfaction of the Engineer-in-Charge and shall commence the
works of such rectification within seven days from the date of issuing notice from the
Employer calling upon him to rectify the defects failing which the work shall be got done by the
Employer by some other Agency at the Guarantor'
s cost and risk and in the latter case the
decision of the Employer as to the cost recoverable from the Guarantor shall be final and
binding.
That if the Guarantor fails to execute the Anti Termite Treatment or commits breaches
thereunder, then the Guarantor will indemnify the Employer and his successors against all
loss, damage, cost expense or otherwise which may be incurred by him by reason of any
default on the part of the Guarantor in performance and observance of this supplementary
agreement. As to the amount of loss and / or damage and / or cost incurred by the
Employer, the decision of the Employer will be final and binding on the parties.
In witness whereof these present have been executed by the Guarantor
and by
(Name & Designation of Officer of RITES Ltd). for and on behalf of the Employer as
Agent/Power of Attorney Holder on the day, month and year first above written..
SIGNED, SEALED and delivered by the GUARANTOR in the presence of
1.
2.
SIGNED for and on behalf of the Employer as Agent/Power of
Attorney by -------- ---- (RITES LTD.) in the presence of 1.
2.
Copy to the Employer
ANNEXURE ‘F’
(REFER CLAUSE 25 (3))
FORM OF CONTRACTOR’S NOTICE FOR APPOINTMENT OF ARBITRATOR
To
(Appointing Authority)
RITES.
Gurgaon
Dear Sir,
In terms of clause 25 of the agreement, particulars of which are given below, I/ We hereby
give notice to you to appoint an arbitrator for settlement of disputes mentioned below:
1. Name of applicant
2. Whether applicant is Individual / Prop. Firm / Partnership Firm / Ltd. co.
3. Full address of the applicant
4. Name of the work and Contract number in which arbitration sought
5. Name of the RITES Office which entered into Contract
6. Contracted amount of the work
7. Date of Contract
8. Date of start of work
9. Stipulated date of completion of work
10. Actual date of completion of work (if completed)
11. Total number of claims made
12. Total amount claimed
13. Date of intimation of Final Bill being ready (if work is completed)
14. Date of payment of Final Bill (if work is completed)
15. Amount of Final Bill (if work is completed)
16. Date of request made to Engineer- in-Charge’s for decision
17. Date of receipt of Engineer-in-Charge’s decision
18. Date of appeal to Appelate Authority.
19. Date of receipt of Appelate Authority”s decision
Specimen signature of the applicant (only
the person/authority who signed the
Contract should sign)
I/We certify that the information given above is true to the best of my/our knowledge. I/We
enclose following documents.
1. Statement of claims with amount claimed against each claim.
2.
3.
4.
Yours faithfully,
(Signature)
Copy in duplicate to
1. _______Engineer-in-Charge, RITES
ANNEXURE ‘G’
(REFER CLAUSE 37A)
INDEMNITY BOND
(ON NON – JUDICIAL STAMP PAPER OF APPROPRIATE VALUE)
NAME OF THE WORK: _____________________
Know all men by these presents that I/We ___________ (Name of the Contractor with address)
do hereby execute Indemnity Bond in favour of RITES having their office at __________________
acting for and on behalf of __________________(Employer) as Agent/Power of Attorney Holder.
On this ____________ day of _________________
Whereas M/s. RITES have been appointed as the Consultant for the Project Management for and
on behalf of ________________________ (the Employer) for the work of ___________________
under Contract No. _____________________ dated __________.
This Deed witnesseth as follows
I/We _________________ (Name of the Contractor) hereby do indemnity and save harmless
RITES having its office at _________________ from any claims by the State Government
Department responsible for collection of royalty for minor minerals like red bajri, stone, kankar
etc., on non-payment of royalty as due for the minor minerals used in the execution of the
contract, in terms of provisions of the relevant State Act and Rules made thereon.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF THE __________________
HAS SET HIS/HER HANDS ON THIS DAY OF ________________
SIGNED AND DELIVERED BY THE AFORESAID
IN THE PRESENCE OF WITNESSES
1) _______________________
2) _______________________
ANNEXURE ‘H’
(REFER CLAUSE 47.9)
INDEMNITY BOND
(On Non-Judicial Stamp Paper of appropriate value)
Name of the work ___________
KNOW all men by these presents that I/We ______________ (Name of Contractor with
address)do hereby execute Indemnity Bond in favour of RITES having their office at
_______________ acting for and on behalf of ____________ (the Employer) as
Agent/Power of Attorney Holder.
On this
day of
.
WHEREAS M/s.RITES appointed as the Consultants for the Project Management for and
on behalf of
(the Employer) for the work of ________ under Contract No. -------------dated _________ with us.
THIS DEED WITNESSETH AS FOLLOWS:
I/We,
(Name of Contractor) hereby do indemnify and save harmless
RITES having their office at
from
1.
Any third party claims, civil or criminal complaints/liabilities site mishaps and other
accidents or disputes and/or damages occurring or arising out of any mishaps at the site
due to faulty work, negligence, faulty construction and/or for violating any law, rules and
regulations in force, for the time being while executing/executed civil works by me/us.
2.
Any damages, loss or expenses due to or resulting from any negligence or breach of duty
on the part of me/us or any sub-Contractor/s if any, servants or agents.
3.
Any claims by an employee of mine/ours or of sub-Contractors if any, under the workman
compensation act and employers'Liability act, 1939 or any other law rules and regulations
in force for the time being and any acts replacing and/or amending the same or any of the
same as may be in force at the time and under any law in respect of injuries to persons or
property arising out of and in the course of execution of the Contract work and/or arising
out of and in the course of employment of any workman/employee.
4.
Any act or omission of mine/ours or sub-Contractor/s if any, our/their servants or agent
which may involve any loss, damage, liability, civil or criminal action.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF THE
HAS SET HIS/THEIR HANDS ON THIS DAY OF
SIGNED AND DELIVERED BY THE
AFORESAID
IN THE PRESENCE OF WITNESSES:
1.
2.
Section - 9
RITES SAFETY CODE
SECTION - 9
RITES SAFETY CODE
1.
Suitable scaffolds should be provided for workmen for all works that cannot safely be done
form the ground, or from solid construction except such short period work as can be done
safely from ladders. When a ladder is used an extra mazdoor shall be engaged for holding
the ladder and if the ladder is used, for carrying materials as well, suitable footholds and
hand-hold shall be provided on the ladder and the ladder shall be given an inclination not
steeper than ¼ to 1(1/4 horizontal and 1 vertical).
2.
Scaffolding of staging more than 3.6 m (12 ft) above the ground or floor, swung or
suspended from an overhead support or erected with stationary support shall have a
guard rail properly attached or bolted, braced and otherwise secured at least 90 cm (3 ft)
high above the floor or platform of such scaffolding or staging and extending along the
entire length of the outside and ends there of with only such opening as may be necessary
for the delivery of materials. Such scaffolding or staging shall be so fastened as to prevent
it from swaying from the building or structure.
3.
Working platforms, gangways and stairways should be so constructed that they should not
sag unduly or unequally, and if the height of the plat form or the gangway or the stairway is
more than 3.6 m (12 ft) above ground level or floor level, they should be closely boarded,
should have adequate width and should be suitably fastened as described in (2) above.
4
Every opening in the floor of a building or in a working platform shall be provided with
suitable means to prevent the fall of person or materials by providing suitable fencing or
railing whose minimum height shall be 90 cm (3 ft).
5.
Safe means of access shall be provided to all working platform and other working places.
Every ladder shall be securely fixed. No portable single ladder shall be over 9m. (30 ft)in
length while the width between side rails in rung ladder shall in no case be less than 29
cm. (11 1/2”) for ladder upto and including 3m. (10 ft.)in length. For longer ladders, this
width should be increased at least ¼ ” for each additional 30 cm. (1 foot) of length.
Uniform step spacing of not more than 30 cm shall be kept. Adequate precautions shall
be taken to prevent danger from electrical equipment. No materials on any of the sites or
work shall be so stacked or placed as to cause danger or inconvenience to any person
or the public. The contractor shall provide all necessary fencing and lights to protect
the public from accident and shall be bound to bear the expenses of defense of every suit,
action or other proceedings at law that may be brought by any person for injury
sustained owing to neglect of the above precautions and to pay any damages and
cost which may be awarded in any such suit, action or proceedings to any such person or
which may, with the consent of the contractor, be paid to compensate any claim by any
such person.
6.
Excavation and Trenching – All trenches 1.2m. (4ft.) or more in depth, shall at all times be
supplied thereof, with at least one ladder for each 30 m. (100 ft) in length or fraction
thereof, Ladder shall extend from bottom of the trench to at least 90 cm. (3 ft) above the
surface of the ground. The side of the trenches which are 1.5 m.(5 ft.) or more in depth
shall be stepped back to give suitable slope or securely held by timber bracing, so as to
avoid the danger of sides collapsing. The excavated materials shall not be placed within
1.5 m. (5 ft.) of the edges of the trench or half of the depth of the trench whichever is more.
Cutting shall be done from top to bottom. Under no circumstances undermining or
undercutting shall be done.
7.
Demolition – Before any demolition work in commenced and also during the progress of
the work,
(i) All roads and open areas adjacent to the work site shall either be closed or suitably
protected.
(ii) No electric cable or apparatus which is liable to be a source of danger or a cable or
apparatus used by the operator shall remain electrically charged.
(iii) All practical steps shall be taken to prevent danger to persons employed from risk of
fire or explosion or flooding. No floor, roof or other part of the building shall be so
overloaded with debris or materials as to render it unsafe.
8.
All necessary personal safety equipment as considered adequate by the engineer-inCharge should be kept available for the use of the person employed on the site and
maintained in a condition suitable for immediate use, and the contractor should take
adequate steps to ensure proper use of equipment by those concerned:
The following safely equipment shall invariably be provided.
(i) Workers employed on mixing asphaltic materials, cement and lime mortars shall be
provided with protective footwear and protective goggles.
(ii) Those engaged in white washing and mixing or stacking of cement bags or any
material which is injurious for the eyes, shall be provided with protective goggles.
(iii) Those engaged in welding works shall be provided with welder’s protective eyeshields.
(iv) Stone breaker shall be provided with protective goggles and protective clothing and
seated at sufficiently safe intervals.
(v) When workers are employed in sewers and manholes, which are in active use,
the contractors shall ensure that the manhole covers are opened and ventilated atleast
for an hour before the workers are allowed to get into the manholes, and the manholes
so opened shall be cordoned off with suitable railing and provided with warning signals
or boards to prevent accident to the public. In addition, the contractor shall ensure
that the following safety measure are adhered to:
(a) Entry for workers into the line shall not be allowed except under supervision of the
JE or any other higher officer.
(b) At least 5 to 6 manholes upstream and downstream should be kept open for at
least 2 to 3 hours before any man is allowed to enter into the manhole for working
inside.
(c) Before entry, presence of Toxic gases should be tested by inserting wet lead
acetate paper which changes colour in the presence of such gases and gives
indication of their presence.
(d)
Presence of Oxygen should be verified by lowering a detector lamp into the
manhole. In case, no Oxygen is found inside the sewer line, workers should be
sent only with Oxygen kit.
(e) Safety belt with rope should be provided to the workers. While working inside the
manhole, such rope should be handled by two men standing outside to enable him
to be pulled out during emergency.
(f) The area should be barricaded or cordoned off by suitable means to avoid mishaps
of any kind. Proper warning signs should be displayed for the safely of the public
whenever cleaning works are undertaken during night or day.
(g) No smoking or open flames shall be allowed near the blocked manhole being
cleaned.
(h) The malba obtained on account of cleaning of blocked manholes and sewer lines
should be immediately removed to avoid accidents on account of slippery nature
of the malba.
(i) Workers should not be allowed to work inside the manhole continuously. He
should be given rest intermittently. The Engineer-in-Charge may decide the time
up to which a worker may be allowed to work continuously inside the manhole.
(j) Gas masks with Oxygen Cylinder should be kept at site for use in emergency.
(k) Air-blowers should be used for flow of fresh air through the manholes. Whenever
called for portable air blowers are recommended for ventilating the manholes. The
motors for these shall be vapour proof and of totally enclosed type. Non sparking
gas engines also could be used but they should be placed at least 2 meters away
from the opening and on the leeward side protected from wind so that they will not
be a source of friction on any inflammable gas that might be present.
(l) The workers engaged for cleaning the manholes/sewers should be properly
trained before allowing to work in the manhole.
(m) The workers shall be provided with Gumboots or non sparking shoes bump
helmets and gloves non sparking tools safely lights and gas masks and portable
air blowers (when necessary). They must be supplied with barrier cream for
anointing the limbs before working inside the sewer lines.
(n) Workmen descending manhole shall try each ladder stop or rung carefully before
putting his full weight on it to guard against insecure fastening due to corrosion of
the rung fixed to manhole well.
(o) If a man has received a physical injury, he should be brought out of the sewer
immediately and adequate medical aid should be provided to him.
(p) The extent to which these precautions are to be taken will depend on individual
situation but the decision of the Engineer-in-Charge regarding the steps to be
taken in this regard in an individual case will be final.
9.
The Contractor shall not employ women and men below the age of 18 years on the
work of painting with product containing lead in any form. Wherever men above the age
of 18 are employed on the work of lead painting, the following principles must be
observed for such use.
(i) White lead, sulphate of lead or product containing this pigments, shall not be used
in painting operations.
(II) Measures shall be taken, wherever required in order to prevent danger arising from the
application of paint in the form of spray.
(iii) Measures shall be taken, wherever practicable, to prevent danger arising out of or
from dust caused by dry rubbing down and scraping.
(iv) Adequate facilities shall be provided to enable working painters to wash during and on
cessation of work.
(v) Overall shall be worn by working painters during the whole of working period.
(vi) Suitable arrangement shall be made to prevent clothing put off during working hours
being spoiled by painting materials.
(vii) Cases of lead poisonings and suspected lead poisoning shall be notified and shall be
subsequently verified by medical man appointed by competent authority of RITES.
(viii) RITES may require, when necessary medical examination of workers.
(ix) Instructions with regard to special hygienic precautions to be taken in the painting
trade shall be distributed to working painters.
(x) No paint containing lead or lead products shall be used except in the form of paste or
ready made paint.
(xi) Suitable face masks should be supplied for use by the workers when paint is applied in
the form of spray or a surface having lead paint is dry rubbed and scraped.
(xii) Overall shall be supplied by the contractors in the workmen and adequate facilities
shall be provided to enable the working painters to wash during and on the cessation
of work.
10.
When the work is done near any place where there is risk of drowning, all necessary
equipments should be provided and kept ready for use and all necessary steps taken for
prompt rescue of any person in danger and adequate provision should be made for prompt
first aid treatment of all injuries likely to be sustained during the course of the work.
11.
Use of hoisting machines and tackle including their attachments, anchorage and supports
shall conform to the following standards for conditions:
(i) (a) These shall be of good mechanical construction, sound materials and adequate
strength and free from patent defects and shall be kept repaired and in good
working order.
(b) Every rope used in hoisting or lowering materials or as a means of suspension
shall be of durable quality and adequate strength, and free from patent defects.
(ii) Every crane driver or hoisting appliance operator, shall be properly qualified and no
person under the age of 21 years should be in charge of any hoisting machine
including any scaffolding winch or give signals to operator.
(iii) In case of every hoisting machine and of every chain ring hook, shackle swivel and
pulley block used in hoisting or as means of suspension the safe working load shall be
ascertained by adequate means. Every hoisting machine and all gear referred to
above shall be plainly marked with the safe working load. In case of a hoisting
machine having a variable safe working load each safe working load and the condition
under which it is applicable shall be clearly indicated. No part of any machine or any
gear referred to above in this paragraph shall be loaded beyond the safe working load
except for the purpose of testing.
(iv) In case of the Employer’s machines, the safe working load shall be notified by the
Electrical Engineer-in-Charge. As regards contractor’s machines the contractors shall
notify the safe working load of the machine to the Engineer-in-Charge whenever he
brings any machinery to site of work and get it verified by the Electrical Engineer
concerned.
12. Motors, gearing, transmission, electric wiring and other dangerous parts of hoisting
appliances should be provided with efficient safeguards. Hoisting appliances should be
provided with such means as will reduce to the minimum the risk of accidental decent of
the load. Adequate precautions should be taken to reduce to the minimum the risk of any
part of a suspended load becoming accidentally displaced. When workers are employed
on electrical installations which are already energized, insulating mats, wearing apparel,
such as gloves sleeves and boots as may be necessary should be provided. The worker
should not wear any rings, watches and carry keys or other materials which are good
conductor of electricity.
13.
All scaffolds, ladders and other safety devices mentioned or described herein shall be
maintained in safe condition and no scaffold, ladder or equipment shall be altered or
removed while it is in use. Adequate washing facilities should be provided at or near
places of work.
14.
These safely provisions should be brought to the notice of all concerned by display on a
notice board at a prominent place at work spot. The person responsible for compliance of
the safety code shall be named therein by the contractor.
15. To ensure effective enforcement of the rules and regulations relating to safety precautions
the arrangements made by the contractor shall be open to inspection by the Labour Officer
or Engineer-in-Charge of the department or their representatives.
16. Notwithstanding the above clauses from (1) to (15) there is nothing in these to exempt the
contractor from the operations of any other Act or Rule in force in the Republic of India.
Section - 10
RITES MODEL RULES FOR
PROTECTION OF HEALTH
AND SANITARY ARRANGEMENTS FOR WORKERS
EMPLOYED BY RITES
OR ITS CONTRACTORS
SECTION – 10
MODEL RULES FOR THE PROTECTION OF
HEALTH AND SANITARY ARRANGEMENTS FOR WORKERS
EMPLOYED BY RITES OR ITS CONTRACTORS
1.
APPLICATION
These rules shall apply to all buildings and construction works in charge of RITES in which
twenty or more workers are ordinarily employed or are proposed to be employed in any
day during the period during which the contract work is in progress.
2.
DEFINITION
Work place means a place where twenty or more workers are ordinarily employed in
connection with construction work on any day during the period during which the contract
work is in progress.
3.
FIRST-AID FACILITIES
(i) At every work place there shall be provided and maintained, so as to be easily
accessible during working hours, first aid boxes at the rate of not less than one box for
150 contract labour or part there of ordinarily employed.
(ii) The first-aid box shall be distinctly marked with a red cross on white back ground and
shall contain the following equipment:
50–
(a) For work places in which the number of contract labour employed does not exceed
Each first-aid box shall contain the following equipments:
1. 6 small sterilized dressings.
2. 3 medium size sterlised dressings.
3. 3 large size strelised dressings.
4. 3 large sterilized burn dressings.
5. 1(30 ml). bottle containing a two percent alcoholic solution of iodine.
6. 1(30 ml.) bottle containing salvolatile having the dose and mode of
administration indicated on the label.
7. 1 snakebite lancet.
8. 1 (930 gms) bottle of potassium permanganate crystals.
9. 1 pair scissors.
10. 1 copy of the fist-aid leaflet issued by the Director General. Factory Advice
Service and Labour Institutes, Government of India.
11. 1 bottle containing 100 tablets (each of 5 gms) of aspirin.
12. Ointment for burns.
13. A bottle of suitable surgical antiseptic solution.
(b) For work places in which the number of contract labour exceed 50. Each first-aid
box shall contain the following equipments.
1. 12 small sterilised dressings.
2. 6 medium size sterilized dressings.
3. 6 large size streilised dressings.
4. 6 large size sterilised burn dressings.
5. 6 (15 gms) packets sterilized cotton wool.
6. 1 (60 ml.) bottle containing a two per cent alcoholic solution iodine.
7. 1 (60 ml.) bottle containing salvolatile having the dose and mode of
administration indicated on the label.
8. 1 roll of adhesive plaster.
9. 1 snake bite lancet.
10. 1 (30 ml.) bottle of potassium permanganate crystals.
11. 1 pair scissors.
12. 1 copy of the first-aid leaflet issued by the Director General Factory Advice
Service and Labour Institutes/Government of India.
13. A bottle containing 100 tablets (each of 5 gms.) of aspirin.
14. Ointment for burns.
15. A bottle of suitable surgical antiseptic solution.
(iii) Adequate arrangements shall be made for immediate recoupment of the equipment
when necessary.
(iv) Nothing except the prescribed contents shall be kept in the First-aid box.
(v) The first-aid box shall be kept in charge of a responsible person who shall always be
readily available during the working hours of the work place.
(vi) A person in charge of the First-aid box shall be a person trained in First-aid treatment,
in the work places where the number of contract labour employed is 150 or more.
(vii) In work places where the number of contract labour employed is 500 or more and
hospital facilities are not available within easy distance from the works, First-aid posts
shall be established and run by a trained compounder. The compounder shall be on
duty and shall be available at all hours when the workers are at work.
(viii) Where work places are situated in places which are not towns or cities, a suitable
motor transport shall be kept readily available to carry injured person or person
suddenly taken ill to the nearest hospital.
4.
DRINKING WATER
(i) In every work place, there shall be provided and maintained at suitable places, easily
accessible to labour, a sufficient supply of cold water fit for drinking
(ii) Where drinking water is obtained from an intermittent public water supply, each work
place shall be provided with storage where such drinking water shall be stored.
(iii) Every water supply or storage shall be at a distance of not less than 50 feet from any
latrine drain or other source of pollution. Where water has to be drawn from anexisting
well which is within such proximity of latrine, drain or any other source of pollution, the
well shall be properly chlorinated before water is drawn from it for drinking. All such
wells shall be entirely closed in and be provided with a provided with a trap door which
shall be dust and waterproof.
(iv) A reliable pump shall be fitted to each covered well, the trap door shall be kept locked
and opened only for cleaning or inspection which shall be done at least once a month.
5.
WASHING FACILITIES
(i) In every work place adequate and suitable facilities for washing shall provided and
maintained for the use of contract labour employed therein.
(ii) Separate and adequate cleaning facilities shall be provided for the use of male and
female workers.
(iii) Such facilities shall be conveniently accessible and shall be kept in clean and hygienic
condition.
6.
LATRINES AND URINALS
(i) Latrines shall be provided in every work place on the following scale namely:
females.
(a) Where female are employed there shall be at least one latrine for every 25
(b) Where males are employed, there shall be at least one latrine for every 25 males.
Provided that where the number of males or females exceeds 100, it shall be sufficient if
there is one latrine for 25 males or females as the case may be upto the first 100, and one
for every 50 thereafter.
(ii) Every latrine shall be under cover and so partitioned off as to secure privacy, and shall
have a proper door and fastenings.
(iii) Construction of latrines: The inside walls shall be constructed of masonry or some
suitable heat-resisting non absorbent materials and shall be cement washed inside
and outside at least once a year. Latrines shall not be of a standard lower than
borehole system.
(iv) (a) Where workers of both sexes are employed, there shall be displayed outside each
block of latrine and urinal a notice in the language understood by the majority of
the works “for men only” or “for women only” as the case may be.
(b) The notice shall also bear the figure of a man or of a woman, as the case may be.
(v) There shall be at least one urinal for male workers upto 50 and one for female workers
upto fifty employed at a time, provided that where the number of male or female
workmen, as the case may be exceeds 500, it shall be a sufficient if there is one urinal
for every 50 males or females upto the first 500 and one for every 100 or part
thereafter.
(vi) (a) The latrines and urinals shall be adequately lighted and shall be maintained in a
clean and sanitary condition at all times.
(b) Latrines and urinals other than those connected with a flush sewage system shall
comply with the requirement of the Public Health Authorities.
(vii) Water shall be provided by means of tap or otherwise so as to be conveniently
accessible in or near the latrines and urinals.
(viii) Disposal of excreta: Unless otherwise arranged for by the local sanitary authority,
arrangements for proper disposal of excreta by incineration at the work place shall be
made by means of a suitable incinerator. Alternately excreta may be disposed of by
putting a layer of night soil at the bottom of a pucca tank prepared for the purpose and
covering it with a 15 cm layer of waste or refuse and then covering it with a layer of
earth for a fortnight (when it will manure).
(ix) The contractor shall at this own expense, carry out all instructions issued to him by the
Engineer-in-Charge to effect proper disposal of night soil and other conservancy work
in respect of the contractor’s workmen or employees on the site. The contractor shall
be responsible for payment of any charges which may be leveled by Municipal of
Cantonment Authority for execution of such on his behalf.
7.
PROVISION OF SHELTER DURING REST
At every place there shall be provided, free of cost, four suitable sheds, two for meals and
the other two for rest separately for the use of men and women labour. The height of each
shelter shall not be less than 3 meters (10 ft.) from the floor level to the lowest part of the
roof. These shall be kept clean and the space provided shall be on the basis of 0.6 sq.m.
(6 ft.) per head.
Provided that the Engineer-in-Charge may permit subject to his satisfaction, a portion of
the building under construction or other alternative accommodation to be used for the
purpose.
8.
CRECHES
(i) At every work place, at which 20 or more women workers are ordinarily employed,
there shall be provided two rooms of reasonable dimensions for the use of their
children under the age of six years. One room shall be used as a play room for the
children and the other as their bedroom. The rooms shall be constructed with
specifications as per clause 19H (ii) a, b, & c.
(ii) The rooms shall be provided with suitable and sufficient openings for light and
ventilation. There shall be adequate provision of sweepers to keep the places clean.
(iii) The contractor shall supply adequate number of toys and games in the play room and
sufficient number of cots and beddings in the bed room.
(iv) The contractor shall provide one ayaa to look after the children in the creche when the
number of women workers does not exceed 50 and 2 when the number of women
workers exceed 50.
(v) The use of the rooms earmarked as creches shall be restricted to children, their
attendants and mothers of the children.
9.
CANTEENS
(i) In every work place where the work regarding the employment of contract labour is
likely to continue for six months and where in contract labour numbering one hundred
or more are ordinarily employed an adequate canteen shall be provided by the
contractor for the use of such contract labour.
(ii) The canteen shall be maintained by the contractor in an efficient manner.
(iii) The canteen shall consist of at least a dining hall, kitchen, storeroom, pantry and
washing places separately for workers and utensils.
(iv) The canteen shall be sufficiently lighted at all times when any person has access to it.
(v) The floor shall be made of smooth and impervious materials and inside walls shall
be lime-washed or colour washed at least once in each year.
Provided that the inside walls of the kitchen shall be lime-washed every four months.
(vi) The premises of the canteen shall be maintained in a clean and sanitary condition.
(vii) Waste water shall be carried away in suitable covered drains and shall not be allowed
to accumulate so as to cause a nuisance.
(viii) Suitable arrangements shall be made for the collection and disposal for garbage.
(ix) The dining hall shall accommodate at a time 30 per cent of the contract labour working
at a time.
(x) The floor area of the dining hall, excluding the area occupied by the service counter
and any furniture except tables and chairs shall not be less than one square meter (10
Sft.) per diner to be accommodated as prescribed in sub-Rule 9.
(xi) (a) A portion of the dining hall and service counter shall be partitioned off and
reserved for women workers in proportion to their number.
(b) Washing places for women shall be separate and screened to secure privacy.
(xii) Sufficient tables stools, chair or benches shall be available for the number of diners to
be accommodated as prescribed in sub-Rule 9.
(xiii) (a) 1. There shall be provided and maintained sufficient utensils crockery, furniture
and any other equipments necessary for the efficient running of the canteen.
2. The furniture utensils and other equipment shall be maintained in a clean and
hygienic condition.
(b) 1. Suitable clean clothes for the employees serving in the canteen shall be
provided and maintained.
2. A service counter, if provided, shall have top of smooth and impervious
materials.
3. Suitable facilities including an adequate supply of hot water shall be provided
for the cleaning of utensils and equipments.
(xiv) The food stuffs and other items to be served in the canteen shall be in conformity with
the normal habits of the contract labour.
(xv) The charges for food stuffs, beverages and any other items served in the canteen shall
be based on ‘No profit, No loss’ and shall be conspicuously displayed in the canteen.
(xvi) In arriving at the price of food stuffs, and other article served in the canteen, the
following items shall not be taken into consideration as expenditure namely:
(a) The rent of land and building.
(b) The depreciation and maintenance charges for the building and equipments
provided for the canteen.
(c) The cost of purchase, repairs and replacement of equipments including furniture,
crockery, cutlery and utensils.
(d) The water charges and other charges incurred for lighting and ventilation.
(e) The interest and amounts spent on the provision and maintenance of equipments
provided for the canteen.
(xvii) The accounts pertaining to the canteen shall be audited once every 12 months by
registered accountants and auditors.
10.
ANTI MALARIAL PRECAUTIONS
The contractor shall at his own expense, conform to all anti-malaria instructions given to
him by the Engineer-in-Charge including the filling up of any borrow pits which may have
been dug by him.
11. The above rules shall be incorporated in the contracts and in notices inviting tenders
and shall form an integral part of the contracts.
12.
AMENDMENTS
RITES may, from time to time, add to or amend rules and issue directions, it may
consider necessary for the purpose of removing any difficulty which may arise in the
administration thereof.
Section - 11
RITES
CONTRACTOR’S
LABOUR
REGULATIONS
SECTION – 11
RITIES CONTRACTOR’S LABOUR REGULATIONS
1.
SHORT TITLE
These regulations may be called RITIES Contractor’s Labour Regulations
2.
DEFINITIONS
(i) Workman means any person employed by RITES or its contractor directly or indirectly
through a sub contractor with or without the knowledge of RITES to do any skilled,
semiskilled or unskilled manual supervisory, technical or clerical work for hire or
reward, whether the terms of employment are expressed or implied but does not
include any person :–
(a) Who is employed mainly in a managerial or administrative capacity; or
(b) Who, being employed in a supervisory capacity draws wages exceeding five
hundred rupees per mensem or exercises either by the nature of the duties
attached to the office or by reason of powers vested in him, functions mainly of
managerial nature
; or
(c) Who is an out worker, that is to say, person to whom any article or materials are
given out by or on behalf of the principal employers to be made up cleaned,
washed, altered, ornamental finished, repaired adopted or otherwise processed for
sale for the purpose of the trade or business of the principal employers and the
process is to be carried out either in the home of the out worker or in some other
premises, not being premises under the control and management of the principal
employer.
No person below the age of 14 years shall be employed to act as a workman.
(ii) Fair Wages means whether for time or piece work fixed and notified under the
provisions of the Minimum Wages Act 1948 from time to time.
(iii) Contractors shall include every person who undertakes to produce a given result other
than a mere supply of goods or articles of manufacture through contract labour or who
supplies contract labour for any work and includes a subcontractor.
(iv) Wages shall have the same meaning as defined in the Payment of Wages Act.
3.
(i) Normally working hours of an adult employee should not exceed 9 hours a day. The
working day shall be so arranged that inclusive of interval for rest, if any, it shall not
spread over more than 12 hours on any day.
(ii) When an adult worker is made to work for more than 9 hours on any day or for more
than 48 hours in any week he shall be paid over time for the extra hours put in by him
at double the ordinary rate of wages.
(iii) (a) Every worker shall be given a weekly holiday normally on a Sunday, in accordance
with the provisions of the Minimum Wages (Central) Rules 1960 as amended from
time to time irrespective of whether such worker is governed by the Minimum
Wages Act or not.
(b) Where the minimum wages prescribed by the Government under the Minimum
Wages Act are not inclusive of the wages for the weekly day of rest, the worker
shall be entitled to rest day wages at the rate applicable to the next preceding day,
provided he has worked under the same contractor for a continuous period of not
less than 6 days.
(c) Where contractor is permitted by the Engineer-in-Charge to allow a worker to work
on a normal weekly holiday, he shall grant a substituted holiday to him for the
whole day on one of the five days immediately before or after the normal weekly
holiday and pay wages to such workers for the work preformed on the normal
weekly holiday at overtime rate.
4.
DISPLAY OF NOTICE REGARDING WAGES ETC.
The contractor shall before he commences his work on contract, display and correctly
maintain and continue to display and correctly maintain in a clear and
legible condition in conspicuous places on the work, notices in English and in the local
Indian languages spoken by the majority of the workers giving the minimum rates of
wages fixed under Minimum Wages Act, the actual wages being paid, the hours of work for
which such wage are earned, wages periods, dates of payments of wages and
other relevant information as per Appendix ‘III’.
5.
PAYMENT OF WAGES
(i) The contractor shall fix wage periods in respect of which wages shall be payable.
(ii) No wage period shall exceed one month.
(iii) The wages of every person employed as contract labour in an establishment or by a
contractor where less than one thousand such persons are employed shall be paid
before the expiry of seventh day and in other cases before the expiry of tenth day after
the last day of the wage period in respect of which the wages are payable.
(iv) Where the employment of any worker is terminated by or on behalf of the contractor
the wages earned by him shall be paid before the expiry of the second working day
form the day on which his employment is terminated.
(v) All payment of wages shall be made on a working day at the work premises and during
the working time and on a date notified in advance and in case the work is completed
before the expiry of the wages period, final payment shall be made within 48 hours of
the last working day.
(vi) Wages due to every worker shall be paid to him direct or to other person authorised by
him in this behalf.
(vii) All wages shall be paid in current coin or currency or in both.
(viii) Wages shall be paid without any deductions of any kind except those specified by the
Central Government by general or special order in this behalf or permissible under the
Payment of Wages Act 1956.
(ix) A notice showing the wages period and the place and time of disbursement of wages
shall be displayed at the place of work and a copy sent by the contractor to the
Engineer-in-Charge under acknowledgement.
(x) It shall be the duty of the contractor to ensure the disbursement of wages in the
presence of the Junior Engineer or any other authorized representative of the
Engineer-in-Charge who will be required to be present at the place and time of
disbursement of wages by the contractor to workmen.
(xi) The contractor shall obtain from the Junior Engineer or any other authorised
representative of the Engineer-in-Charge as the case may be a certificate under his
signature at the end of the entries in the “Register of Wages” or the “Wage-cumMuster Roll” as the case be in the following form:
“Certified that the amount shown in column No. ................................... has been paid
to the workman concerned in my presence on ................. at ................ .
6.
FINES AND DEDUCTIONS WHICH MAY BE MADE FROM WAGES
(i) The wages of a worker shall be paid to him without any deduction of any kind except
the following:
(a) Fines.
(b) Deductions for absence from duty i.e. from the place or the places where by the
terms of his employment he is required to work. The amount of deduction shall be
in proportion to the period for which he was absent.
(c) Deduction for damage to or loss of goods expressly entrusted to the employed
person for custody, or for loss of money or any other deduction which he is
required to account, where such damage or loss is directly attributable to his
neglect or default.
(d) Deduction for recovery of advances or for adjustment of overpayment of wages,
advances granted shall be entered in a register.
(e) Any other deduction which the Central Government may from time to time allow.
(ii) No fines should be imposed on any worker save in respect of such acts and omissions
on his part as have been approved of by the Chief Labour Commissioner.
Note : An approved list of Acts and Omissions for which fines can be imposed is
enclosed as Appendix – X.
(iii) No fines shall be imposed on a worker and no deduction for damage or loss shall be
made for his wages until the worker has been given an opportunity of showing cause
against such fines or deductions.
(iv) The total amount of fine which may be imposed in any one wage period on a worker
shall not exceed an amount equal to three praise in a rupee of the total wages,
payable to him in respect of that wage period.
(v) No fine imposed on any worker shall be recovered from him by installment, or after the
expiry of sixty days from the date on which it was imposed.
(vi) Every fine shall be deemed to have been imposed on the day of the act or omission in
respect of which it was imposed.
7.
LABOUR RECORDS
(i) The contractor shall maintain a Register of persons employed on work on contract in
Form XIII of CL (R & A) Central Rules 1971 (Appendix IV).
(ii) The contractor shall maintain in Muster Roll register in respect of all workmen
employed by him on the work under Contract in Form XVI of CL (R & A) Rules 1971
(Appendix V).
(iii) The contractor shall maintain a Wage Register in respect of all workmen employed by him
on the work under contract in Form XVII of the CL (R & A) Rules 1971 (Appendix VI).
(iv) Register of accident – The contractor shall maintain a register of accidents in such form
as may be convenient at the work place but the same shall include the following
particulars.
(a) Full particulars of the labourer who met with accident
(b) Rate of wages
(c) Sex
(d) Age
(e) Nature of accident and cause of accident
(f) Time and date of accident
(g) Date and time when admitted in Hospital
(h) Date of discharge from the Hospital
(i) Period of treatment and result of treatment
(j) Percentage of loss of earning capacity and disability as assessed by Medical
Officer
(k) Claim required to be paid under Workmen’s Compensation Act
(l) Date of payment of compensation
(m) Amount paid with details of the person to whom the same was paid
(n) Authority by whom the compensation was assessed
(o) Remarks
(v) The contractor shall maintain a Register of fines in the Form XII of the CL (R & A) Rule
1971 (Appendix - XI).
The contractor shall display in a good condition and in a conspicuous place of work the
approved list of acts and omissions for which fines can be imposed (Appendix- X).
(vi) The contactor shall maintain a Register of deductions for damage or loss in Form XX
of the CL (R & A) Rules 1971 (Appendix - XII).
(vii) The contactor shall maintain a Register of deductions for damages or loss in Form XXIII
of the CL (R & A) Rules 1971 (Appendix - XIII).
(viii) The contractor shall maintain a Register of Overtime in From XXIII if the CL (R & A)
Rules 1971 (Appendix - XIV).
8.
ATTENDANCE CARD-CUM WAGE SLIP
(i) The contractor shall issue an Attendance card-cum-wage slip to each workman
employed by him in the specimen form at Appendix-VII.
(ii) The card shall be valid for each wage period.
(iii) The contractor shall mark the attendance of each workman on the card twice each
day, once at the commencement of the day and again after the rest interval, before he
actually starts work.
(iv) The card shall remain in possession of the worker during the wages period under
reference.
(v) The contractor shall complete the wage slip portion on the reverse of the card at least
a day prior to the disbursement of wages in respect of the wages period under
reference.
(vi) The contractor shall obtain the signature or thumb impression of the worker on the
wage slip at the time of disbursement of wages and retain the card with himself.
9.
EMPLOYMENT CARD
The contractor shall issue an Employment Card in Form XIV of the CL (R & A) Central
Rules 1971 to each worker within three days of the employment of the worker (Appendix VIII).
10.
SERVICE CERTIFICATE
On termination of employment for any reason whatsoever the contractor shall issue to the
workman whose services have been terminated, a Service certificate in Form XV of the CL
(R & A) Central Rules 1971 (Appendix - IX).
11.
PRESERVATION OF LABOUR RECORDS
All records required to be maintained under Regulations Nos. 6 & 7 shall be preserved in
original for a period of three years from the date of last entries made in them and shall
be made available for inspection by the Engineer-in-Charge or labour Officer or any other
officers authorized by the Central Government or RITES in this behalf.
12.
POWER OF LABOUR OFFICER TO MAKE INVESTIGATIONS OR ENQUIRY
The labour officer or any person authorized by central Government on their behalf shall
have power to make enquires with a view to ascertaining and enforcing due and proper
observance of Fair Wage Clause and the Provisions of these Regulations. He shall
investigate into any complaint regarding the default made by the contractor or
subcontractor in regard to such provision.
13.
REPORT OF LABOUR OFFICER
The Labour officer or other persons authorised shall submit a report of result of his
investigation or enquiry to the Site Engineer concerned indicating the extent, if any, to
which the default has been committed with a note that necessary deductions from the
contractor’s bill be made and the wages and other dues be paid to the labourers
concerned. In case an appeal is made by the contractor under Clause 14 of these
regulations, actual payment to labourers will be made by the Site Engineer after the
Engineer-in-Charge has given his decision on such appeal.
(i) The Site Engineer shall arrange payments to the labour concerned within 45 days from
the receipt of the report from the Labour Officer or the Engineer-in-Charge as the case
may be.
14.
APPEAL AGAINST THE DECISION OF LABOUR OFFICER
Any person aggrieved by the decision and recommendations of the Labour Officer or other
person so authorised may appeal against such decision to the Engineer-in-Charge
concerned within 30 days from the date of decision, forwarding simultaneously a copy of
his appeal to the Site Engineer concerned, but subject to such appeal, the decision of the
officer shall be final and binding upon the contractor.
15.
PROHIBITION REGARDING REPRESENTATION THROUGH LAWYER
(i) A workman shall be entitled to be represented in any investigation or enquiry under
these regulations by:
(a)An officer of a registered trade union of which he is a a member
(b) An officer of a federation of trade unions to which the trade union referred to in
clause (a) is affiliated.
(c) Where the employers is not a member of any registered trade union, by an officer
of a registered trade union, connected with the industry in which the worker is
employed or by any other workman employed in the industry in which the worker
is employed.
(ii) An employer shall be entitled to be represented in any investigation or enquiry under
these regulations by:
(a) An officer of an association of employers of which he is a member
(b) An officer of a federation of associations of employers to which association
referred to in clause (a) is affiliated.
(c) Where the employer is not a member of any association of employers, by an
officer of association of employers connected with the industry in which the
employer is engaged or by any other employer, engaged in the industry in which
the employer is engaged.
(iii) No party shall be entitled to be represented by a legal practitioner in any investigation
or enquiry under these regulations.
16.
INSPECTION OF BOOKS AND SLIPS
The contractor shall allow inspection of all the prescribed labour records to any of his
workers or to his agent at a convenient time and place after due notice is received to the
Labour Officer or any other person, authorized by the Central Government on his behalf.
17.
SUBMISSIONS OF RETURNS
The contractors shall submit periodical returns as may be specified from time to time.
18.
AMENDMENTS
PROFORMA OF REGISTER
RITES
RITES may from time to time add to or amend the regulations and on any question as to
the application/interpretation or effect of those regulations the decision of the Engineerin-Charge concerned shall be final.
RITES
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Appendix ‘I’
REGISTER OF MATERNITY BENEFITS (Clause 19 F)
Name and address of the contractor ……………………………………………………………
Name and location of the work ………………………………………………………………..
Name of the
employee
Father’s/husband’s
name
Nature of
employment
Period of actual
employment
Date on which
notice of
confinement
given
1
2
3
4
5
Date on which maternity leave commenced and ended
Date of
delivery/miscar
riage
In case of delivery
In case of miscarriage`
Commenced
Ended
Commenced
Ended
6
7
8
9
10
Leave pay paid to the employee
In case of delivery
In case of miscarriage
Rate of leave pay
Amount paid
Rate of leave pay
Amount paid
11
12
13
14
Remarks
15
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Appendix ‘ II’
SPECIMEN FORM OF THE REGISTER, REGARDING MATERNITY BENEFIT ADMISSIBLE TO
THE CONTRACTOR’S LABOUR
Name and address of the contractor ……………………………………………
Name and location of the work …………………………………………………..
1.
Name of the woman and her husband’s name.
2.
Designation
3.
4.
5.
Date of appointment.
Date with months and years in which she is employed.
Date of discharged/dismissal, if any.
6.
7.
Date of production of certificates in respect of pregnancy.
Date on which the women Informs about the expected delivery.
8.
9.
Date of delivery/miscarriage/death.
Date of production of certificates in respect of delivery/miscarriage.
10.
Date with the amount of maternity/death benefit paid in advance of expected delivery.
11.
12.
Date with amount of subsequent payment of maternity benefit.
Name of the person nominated by the woman to receive the payment of the maternity benefit
13.
after her death.
If the woman, dies, the date of her death, the name of the person to whom maternity benefit
14.
amount was paid. The month thereof and the date of payment.
Signature of the contractor authenticating entries in the register.
15.
Remarks column for the use of Inspecting Officer.
RITES
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Appendix ‘III’
Labour Board
Name of work
………………………………………………………………
Name of Contractor
………………………………………………………………
Address of Contractor
………………………………………………………………
Name and address of Employer
………………………………………………………………
Name of RITES’ Engineer in Charge
………………………………………………………………
Address of RITES’ Engineer in Charge ………………………………………………………………
Name of Labour Enforcement Officer
………………………………………………………………
Address of Labour Enforcement Officer ………………………………………………………………
Sl. No.
Category
Weekly holiday
Wage period
Date of payment of wages
Working hours
Rest interval
Minimum wage
fixed
Actual wage
paid
Number
present
Remarks
………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………
RITES
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Appendix ‘IV’
Form-XIII (See Rule 75)
Register of workmen Employed by Contractor
Name and address of contractor …………………………………………
Name and address of establishment under which contract is carried on …………………………………………………………………..
Nature and location of work …………………………………………………………..
Name and address of Principal Employer ………………………………………………………………..
Sl. No.
Name and Surname of
workman
Age and Sex
Father’s/Husband’s name
Nature of
employment/designation
Permanent home address
of the workman (Village
and Tehsil, Tulak and
District)
Local Address
Date of commencement
of employment
Signature or thumb
impression of the
workman
Date of termination of
employment
Reasons for terminations
Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Form-XVI (See Rule 78 (2) (a))
Muster Roll
Appendix ‘V’
RITES
PROFORMA OF REGISTER
Name and address of contractor ………………………………….……………………………
Name and address of establishment under which contract is carried on …………………………………………………………………..
Nature and location of work …………………………………………………………..
Name and address of Principal Employer ………………………………………………… For the Month of fortnight …………………………………..
Sl. No.
Name of
workman
Sex
Father’s/
husband’s
name
Dates
Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
RITES
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Appendix ‘VI’
Form –XVII (See Rule 78(2) (a)
Register of wages
Name and address of Contractor …………………………………………………………………..
Name and address of establishment under which contract is carried on …………………………………………………………………..
Name and location of work …………………………………………………………………..
Name and address Principal Employer ………………………………………………………………….. wages period Monthly Fortnight
Deductions if any (indicate nature)
Net amount paid
Signature of thub impression of the
workman
Initial of contractor or his representative
Daily rate of wages/piece
rate
7
Total
Units of work done
6
Other cash
payment
indicate
nature
No. of days work done
5
Overtime
Designation / nature of
work done
4
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Amount of wages earned
Serial No.in the register of
workman
3
Dearness
allowance
Name of Workman
2
Basic
wages
Sl. No.
1
Appendix ‘VII’
Wage Card No …………………………………………………….
Wage card
RITES
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Name and address of contractor ……………………………………………….……. Date of issue ………………………………….…………………….
Name and location of work ……………………………………………………………. Designation …………………………..…………………………….
Name of workman ……………………………………………………………………… Month/fortnight …………………………………………………….
Rate of Wages …………………………………………………….
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
29
30
31
Rate
Morning
Amount
Evening
Initial
……………………………………………………. the sum Rs. ……………………………………………………. on account of my wages
Received from
The Wages Card is valid for on the date of issue
28
Signature
RITES
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Appendix ‘VIII’
Form –XIV
[See rule 76]
Employment Card
Name and address of Contractor …………………………………………………..……..
Name and address of establishment under which contract is carried on ………………………………………………
Name and location of work …………………………………………………..……..………………………………………
Name and address Principal Employer …………………………………………………..……..……………………….
1.
Name of the workman
…………………………………………………..……..
2.
Sl. No. in the register of workman employed
…………………………………………………..……..
3.
Nature of employment/ designation
…………………………………………………..……..
4.
Wage rate (with particulars of unit in case of piece work) …………………………………………………..……..
5.
wage period
…………………………………………………..……..
6.
Tenure of employment
…………………………………………………..……..
7.
Remarks
…………………………………………………..……..
Signature of contractor
RITES
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Appendix ‘IX’
Form –XV (See Rule 77)
Service Certification
Name and address of Contractor …………………………………………………..…….
Nature and Location of work ………………………………………………………..…….
Name address of workman ………………………………………………………....……..
Age or date of birth ……………………………………………………………….…..……..
Identification marks …………………………………………………………………..……..
Father’s Husband’s Name …………………………………………………………..……..
Name and address of establishment in under which contract is carried on …………………………………………………..……..
Name and address of Principal Employed …………………………………………………..……..…………………………………………
Rate of wages (with
Sl. No.
Total Period for which employed
Nature of Work done
particulars of unit in
case of piece work)
1
Form
To
2
3
4
5
Remarks
6
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RITES
Appendix ‘X’
LIST OF ACTS AND OMISSINS FOR WHICH FINE CAN BE IMPOSED
In accordance with rule 7 (v) of the CPWD Contractor’s Labour Regulations of Regulations to be
displayed prominently at the site of work both in English and local Language.
1.
Withful insubordination or disobedience, whether alone or in combination with other.
2.
Theft fraud or dishonesty in connection with the contractors besides a business or property of
CPWD.
3
Taking or giving bribes or any illegal gratification.
4.
Habitual late attendance.
5
Drunkenness lighting, riotous or disorderly or indifferent behavior.
6
Habitual negligence.
7.
Smoking near or around the area where combustible or other materials are locked.
8
Habitual indiscipline.
9
Causing damage to work in the progress or th property of the CPWD or of the contractor.
10.
Sleeping on duty.
11.
Malingering or slowing down work.
12.
Giving of false information regarding name, age father’s name, etc.
13
Habitual loss of wage cards supplied by the employers.
14
Unauthorised use of employer’s property of manufacturing or making of unauthorized
particles at the work place.
15
Bad workmanship in construction and maintenance by skilled workers which is not approved
by the department and for which the contractors are compelled to undertake rectifications.
16
Making false complaints and/or misleading statements.
17
Engaging on trade within the premises of the establishments.
18
Any unauthorized divulgence of the collection of any money authorized by the employer.
19
Holding meeting inside the premises without previous sanction of the employers.
20
Threatening or intimidating any workman or employer during the working hours within the
premises.
21.
Threatening or Intimidating any workman or employer during the working hours within the
premises.
RITES
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Appendix ‘XI’
Form-XV (See Rule 77)
Form-XII (See Rule 78(2) (d))
Register of Fines
Name and Address of contractor …………………………………………………………….
Name
and
Address
of
establishment
in
under
which
contract
is
carried
on
………………………………………………
Nature
and
location
of
work
…………………………………………………………………………………………………...
Name and address of Principal Employer ………………………………………………
Name of workman
Father’s/Husband’s
name
Designation/Nature of
employment
Act/Omission for
which fine imposed
Date of Offence
Whether workman
showed cause against
fine
Name of person in
whose presence
employee’s
explanation was heard
Wage period and
wages payable
Amount of fine
imposed
Date of which fine
ralised
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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Appendix ‘XII’
Form-XX (See Rule 78(2) (d))
Register of Deduction for Damage of Loss
Name and Address of contractor …………………………………………………………….
Name
and
Address
of
establishment
in
………………………………………………
under
which
contract
is
carried
Nature
and
location
of
…………………………………………………………………………………………………...
on
work
Name and address of Principal Employer ………………………………………………
Designation/Nature of
employment
Particulars of damage
or loss
Date of Offence
Whether workman
showed cause against
deduction
Name of person in
whose presence
employee’s
explanation was heard
Amount of fine
imposed
No. of Installments
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Last
Instalments
Father’s/Husband’s
name
3
First
Instalment
Name of workman
2
Date of recovery
11
12
Appendix ‘XIII’
Form-XXII (See Rule 78(2) (d))
Register of Advances
Name and Address of contractor …………………………………………………………….
Name
and
Address
of
establishment
in
under
which
contract
is
carried
on
………………………………………………
Nature
and
location
of
work
…………………………………………………………………………………………………...
Name and address of Principal Employer ………………………………………………
Name of workman
Father’s/Husband’s
name
Designation/Nature of
employment
Wage Period and
wages payble
Date and amount of
advance given
Purpose (s) for which
advance made
Number of instalments
by which advance to
be repaid
Date and amount of
each instalment repaid
Date and which last
instalment was repaid
1
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
RITES
PROFORMA OF REGISTER
Appendix ‘XIV’
Form-XXIII (See Rule 78(2) (e))
Register of Overtime
Name and Address of contractor …………………………………………………………….
Name
and
Address
of
establishment
in
under
which
contract
is
carried
on
………………………………………………
Nature
and
location
of
work
…………………………………………………………………………………………………...
Name and address of Principal Employer ………………………………………………
Name of workman
Father’s/Husband’s
name
Sex
Designation/Nature
of employment
Date on which
Overtime worked
Total overtime
worked or
production in case
of piece rated
Normal rate of
wages
Overtime rate of
wages
Overtime earning
Rate on which
overtime paid
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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RITES
TENDER NOTICE
Tender Notice No. 80/OT/R/BCCL-PATHERDIH/Rly-Siding/2015, Dated 25.02.2015
1. Sealed tenders are invited from reputed and experienced contractors for the following work.
Location
Estimated
value
Renovation/Streghthening
of
existing
Railway
Siding for Patherdih Coal
Washery of BCCL, Dist.Dhanbad, Jharkhand
Patherdih Coal
Washery of BCCL, Rs 36,51,62,173.59
Dist.-Dhanbad,
Jharkhand
Near Patherdih Rly.
Stn. of EC Rly.
Cost of
tender
document
Earnest
Money
Rs 10000/-
Rs.3651622/-
Contract
Period
18 (Eighteen)
Months
Description of work
2. Earnest Money / Bid Security
Rs 36,51,622/- (Rupees Thirty Six Lakhs Fifty One Thousand Six Hundred Twenty Two) only as
Earnest Money / Bid security is to be deposited in the form of irrevocable Bank Guarantee from
any Scheduled Bank payable at its branch at Dhanbad / Kolkata with validity 28 (Twenty Eight)
days beyond the validity of the Bid in the format given in the Bid Document.
Certified Cheques and Demand Drafts will also be acceptable as Earnest Money / Bid Security
drawn in favour of Bharat Coking Coal Limited on any scheduled Bank payable at its branch at
Dhanbad.
The Earnest Money / Bid Security of the unsuccessful bidders shall be refunded as promptly as
possible after finalization of the tender and shall bear no interest.
3. Eligibility Criteria:
a)
The Bidder should have satisfactorily completed in his own name or proportionate
share as a member of a Joint Venture, at least ONE similar work of minimum value of
40% of the estimated cost of work OR at least TWO similar works each of minimum
value of 25% of the estimated cost of work during the last 5 (Five) years prior to the last
stipulated date for submission of the Bid. Works completed prior to the cut off date
shall not be considered.
Similar work means:
Similar Works
Similar Works shall mean the following work with or without supply of P. Way materials
carried out in India. –
“Any Civil work containing Laying & Linking of Track/Laying & Linking of Points &
Crossing/Renovation of track/Complete track renewal work/Through Rail renewal
work/Through Sleeper renewal work/Gauge conversion work of Railway track/Complete
Points & Crossing renewal work”.
b)
The bidder should have achieved a minimum Annual Financial Turnover of
Rs.24,34,41,450/- (Twenty Four Crores Thirty Four Lakhs Forty One Thousand Four
Hundred Fifty only) in any one of the last 3 Financial Years.
Notes :
i)
The financial turnover will be taken as given under the head “Income” in audited Profit and
Loss Account and excluding non-recurring income, income from other sources and stock. It is
clarified that the Financial Turnover means relevant revenue as recorded in the Income side
of Profit and Loss Account. It does not mean Profit.
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ii)
Closing stocks in whatsoever manner should not form part of turnover.
iii)
Weightage of 7% (compounded annually) shall be given for equating the financial turnover of
the previous years to the current year.
iii)
For considering the Financial Years, for example for a work for which the Tender is being
opened in Financial Year 2014-15, the last five Financial Years will be 2013-14, 2012-13 and
2011-12. For a Tender opened on (say) 05.09.14 (F.Y. 2014-15), with weightage of 7%
compounded annually, the weightages to be applied on the Turnover of the previous three
Financial Years will be : F.Y. 2013-14 = 1.070; F.Y. 2012-13 = 1.145; and F.Y 2011-12 =
1.225;
iv)
The Bidder should furnish Annual Financial Turnover for each of the last 3 Financial Years
in tabular form and give reference of the document (with page no.) relied upon in support of
meeting the Qualification Criterion.
v)
The Bidder should submit self attested copy of Auditor’s Report along with Balance Sheet
and Profit and Loss Statement along with Schedules for the relevant Financial Year in which
the minimum criterion is met. Provisional audit reports or certified statements will not be
accepted.
vi) If the Audited Balance Sheet for the immediately preceding year is not available in case of
tender opened before 30th Sept., audited Balance Sheets, Profit and Loss Statements and other
financial statements of the three Financial Years immediately preceding the previous Financial
Year may be adopted for evaluating the credentials of the Bidder.
vii)
c)
In case JV is permitted the following provisions will apply.
Large Works:
NOT APPLICABLE
Normal Works:
The Partner-in-charge/Lead Member shall singly meet this criterion.
Bidders who meet the minimum qualifications criteria will be qualified only if their available bid capacity
is more than the updated estimated value. The available bid capacity will be calculated as under:
Assessed Available Bid capacity= (A x N x 2 – B), where,
A= Maximum value of Civil Engineering Works executed in any one year during the last five years (updated
to present level @ 5% per calendar year) taking into account the completed as well as works in progress.
N= Number of years prescribed for completion of the works for which bids are invited.
B= Value at present price level, of existing commitments and ongoing works to be completed during the next
18 months excluding monsoon period (period of completion of works for which bids are invited).
The intending tenderer must submit documentary evidence in support of (3) (a), (b) & (c) above in the form of
certified copy of work order, completion certificate, payment certificates/ vouchers etc. indicating the period
of work for which the payment has been made, duly signed by him/them.
Note:(i) Provision under eligibility criteria 3(a) shall also include those similar work “while considering the value
of completed works, the full value of completed works be considered whether or not the date of
commencement is within the said seven years period.”
(ii) As per eligibility criteria specified under Sl.No.3 (a). Pre-qualification shall be done based on experience
of successfully completed works and not on experience of work in progress.
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d) SOLVENCY CERTIFICATE AND SERVICING OF LOAN / CREDIT LIMIT
(APPLICABLE)
A Solvency Certificate of minimum solvency of Rs. 1460.65 Lakh (suggested format at
Proforma 2) from a Scheduled Bank issued not earlier then 6 months from the last date of
submission of tender is required to be submitted by the bidder.
Notes:
(i) The certificate so produced by the Bidder may be got verified from the issuing
Bank.
(ii)
The bidder should furnish a declaration that he has not failed to service the principal
amount or interest or both of a loan account / credit limit from any Bank or Financial
Institution during a period of one year prior to the deadline for submission of bids.
Notes:
In case a bidder has defaulted in servicing his loan / credit limit during the past one
year, he shall be disqualified.
The Partner-in-charge/Lead Member shall sign the declaration.
e)
PROFITABILITY
The Bidder should be a Profit (net) making firm and should have made profit during any two
of the past 3 Financial Years immediately preceding the deadline for submission of bids. If
the audit Balance Sheet for the immediately preceding year is not available in case of tender
opened before 30th September, Audited Balance Sheet of the three Financial Years
immediately preceding the previous Financial Year shall be considered.
The Bidder should furnish figures of net profit of last 3 years in a tabular form and
submit attested copies of Auditor’s Reports along with audited Balance Sheets and
Profit and Loss Statements for the last three Financial Years. Specific reference with
page no. of document which proves satisfaction of this Qualifying Criterion should be
indicated in the tabular statement.
f)
NET WORTH
The bidder should have positive Net Worth of at least 30% of the estimated cost.
Notes:
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Average Net Worth of the past three financial years shall be considered.
4. Cost of Tender documents:
Cost of one set of tender document is Rs 10000/- (Rs. Ten Thousand) only. One set of Tender
Document may be purchased from the office of Group General Manager (Project), RITES Ltd,
Regional Project Office, 56, C.R.Avenue, 2nd floor, Kolkata 700012 for a non refundable cost
per set of Rs.10,000/- (Rupees Ten Thousand) Only in the form of Demand Draft/ Pay Order/
Banker’s cheque drawn on any Scheduled Bank payable at Dhanbad in favour of Bharat
Coking Coal Limited.
5. Availability of Tender Documents:
Tender documents including Terms and Conditions of Work shall be available on payment from the
following places during the period as stated below:
Date: From 09.03.2015 to 27.03.2015
Time: 11.00 AM to 04.00 PM (every day except on Saturdays, Sundays & public holidays on
submission of an application))
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Place :
Office of the Group General Manager (Project), RITES Ltd, Regional Project Office, 56,
C. R. Avenue, 2nd floor, Kolkata 700012.
Tender documents including drawings can also be downloaded from website (www.rites.com) or
www.bccl.gov.in or www.tenders.gov.in and in such a case, the tenderer shall deposit the cost of
tender documents along with submission of tender, failing which his tender shall not be opened.
The cost of tender document in the shape demand draft/pay order should be enclosed in a
separate envelope not in the envelope containing earnest money. The tenderer should also enclose
an under taking in this envelope that they have not made any alteration in the down loaded tender
document. The amendments/clarifications to the Tender Documents will also be available on the
above website. Tender Documents requested by mail/Courier/Speed Post/Registered Post
will not be entertained.
6.
General instruction for submission of tender:
(a) Two Packet System :
The tenderer shall submit the Tender in original in two packets as under:PACKET A :- TECHNICAL BID
Envelope 1:
Earnest Money.
Envelope 2:
Cost of Tender document & under taking (in case of Tender
Document downloaded from the website by the tenderer)
Envelope 3:
“Authority to Sign”, ‘Integrity Pact’ and Qualification Information
along with all enclosures /documents as per Letter of Transmittal/
Checklist given in Annexure II A. As regards “Authority to Sign”
Para 11.2 below may be referred to. As regards ‘Integrity Pact’, Para
11.7 below may be referred to.
Technical Bid including signature on Tender Form (Section 2) duly
witnessed after filling up blanks therein.
GCC document including signature on all pages as acceptance of
Terms & Clauses.
Each page of the above documents including all Drawings should
bear the dated initials of the tenderer along with seal of the
company, in token of confirmation of having understood the
Contents.
PACKET B :- FINANCIAL BID
Envelope 4: Schedule/Bill of Quantities.
Each page of the Financial Bid should be signed by the tenderer. In the last page of
Financial Bid, at the end, the tenderer should sign in full with the name of the Company,
Seal of the Company and Date.
All rates and amounts, whether in figures and words, must be written in indelible ink. Each
Correction, Cutting, Addition and overwriting should be initialed by the Tenderer.
The rates must be quoted in decimal coinage & the amount derived also. If the same item
figures in more than one section/part of Schedule of Quantities, the Tenderer should quote
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the same rate for that item in all sections/parts. If different rates are quoted for the same
item, the least of the different rates quoted only shall be considered for evaluation of that
item in all sections/parts of the Schedule of Quantities.
7. Pre-Bid Meeting:
APPLICABLE
i) The tenderer or his official representative is invited to attend a pre-bid meeting which
will take place at the office of Group General Manager (Projects), RITES Ltd,
Regional Project Office, 56 C R Avenue (2nd floor) , Kolkata – 700 012 on
19.03.2015 at 13:00 Hrs.
ii) The purpose of the pre-bid meeting will be to clarify issues and to answer questions on
any matter that may be raised at that stage. No change/deviation in NIT will be permitted.
iii) Not attendance at the Pre-bid meeting will not be a cause for disqualification of a
tenderer.
8.
Tender Validity period of Offer:
i)
The Tender shall be valid for a period of 04(four) months from the date of submission of
Tender or any extended date as indicated in sub Para below.
ii)
In exceptional circumstances, prior to the expiry of the original time limit for Tender
Validity, the Employer may request that the tenderers may extend the period of validity
for a specified additional period. The request and the tenderer’s response shall be made
in writing. A tenderer may refuse the request without forfeiting his Earnest Money. A
tenderer agreeing to the request will not be required or permitted to modify his Financial
Bid but will be required to extend the validity of the Earnest Money for the period of the
extension.
9.
Receipt of the Tender:
Tenders must be received by the Employer at the following address not later than 14.00
Hrs. on 30.03.2015. In the event of the specified date for the submission of the Tender
being declared a holiday by the Employer/Strike/Bandh or on any account the office
being closed, the Tenders will be received up to the appointed time on the next working
day
Address for submission of Tender:
Office of the Group General Manager (Projects),
RITES Ltd, Regional Project Office, 56,C.R.Avenue, 2nd floor, Kolkata 700012
10. Opening of Tenders
Tenders will be opened at 14.30 Hrs. on 30.03.2015 in the office of Office of the Group
General Manager (Projects), RITES Ltd, Regional Project Office, 56,C.R.Avenue, 2nd
Floor, Kolkata 700012
11. The Bidders are required to furnish PAN based Registration No. of Service Tax.
In case of Joint Venture all the partners should submit the certificate with undertaking that the
certificates in the name of JV will be submitted if work is awarded
12. The bidders are required to sign the Integrity Pact as per format given in Tender Document (Part-I).
Name and address of Independent External Monitor:
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Name
Sri. Naresh Chaturvedi, IAS(Rtd.)
Address
CL-14, Sector-II, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700091
Group General Manager (P)
RITES LTD.
For and on behalf of BCCL
CC :
CC :
CC :
CC :
CC :
Sri. Naresh Chaturvedi, IAS(Rtd.), CL-14, Sector-II, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700091.
………………………
………………………
………………………
………………………
Group General Manager (P)
RITES LTD.
For and on behalf of BCCL
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BHARAT COKING COAL LTD.
NOTICE INVITING TENDER NO. 80/OT/R/BCCLPATHERDIH/Rly.-Siding/2015, Dated 25.02.2015
Tender Document for Renovation/Strengthening of
existing Railway Siding for Patherdih Coal Washery of
BCCL, Dist.-Dhanbad, Jharkhand
PART – 1
TECHNICAL BID
CONTENTS
Section-1 : Notice Inviting Tender and Instructions to Tenderers
Section-2 : Tender and Contract Form
Section-3 : Special Conditions of Contract
Section-4 : Schedule A to F
Section-5: Technical Specifications & QAP
Section-6: Drawings, if any
Issued to (Name of Tenderer):________________________________________
Address of tenderer:_________________________________________________
Signature of officer issuing the documents___________________
Designation _______________________________
Date of Issue___________________
(A Govt. of India Enterprise)
Regional Project Office, KOLKATA
56 C R Avenue, 2nd floor, Kolkata – 700 012
e.mail : [email protected]
Phone No: (033) 22367118/7146/7162/7143(Fax)
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Under seal of the firm
PART - 1
TECHNICAL BID
Section – 1
TENDER NOTICE &
INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS
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Under seal of the firm
SECTION 1
INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS
Tender No.80/OT/R/BCCL-PATERDIH/Rly.-Siding/2015 Dated 25.02.2015
1.0
GENERAL
1.1
Tender Notice
Sealed Percentage Rate Tenders are invited by RITES Ltd., a Public Sector Enterprise under
the Ministry of Railways, acting for and on behalf of Bharat Coking Coal Limited
(Employer) as an Agent/Power of Attorney Holder, from reputed and experienced contractor
( including contractors who have executed works within the last seven years ending last day
of month previous to the one in which bid applications are invited) for the work of
‘‘Renovation/Strengthening of existing Railway Siding for Patherdih Coal Washery of
BCCL, Dist.-Dhanbad, Jharkhand.
Location : Patherdih Coal Washery, BCCL, Near Patherdih, Distt. Dhanbad, Jharkhand
1.2
Estimated Cost of Work
The work is estimated to cost Rs 36,51,62,173.59
1.3
Time for Completion
The time allowed for completion of the work will be 18(Eighteen) months from the
15th day after the date of issue of Letter of Acceptance or from the first day of handing
over of the site, whichever is later, in accordance with the phasing, if any, indicated in
the Tender Documents.
1.4
Brief Scope of Work
i)
ii)
iii)
1.5
Civil & P. Way work
Supply of Machine crushed Track ballast
Supply of PSC Sleepers, Points & Crossings & P. way fittings.
Availability of Site :
The site for the work is available.
2.0
QUALIFICATION CRITERIA TO BE SATISFIED
2.1
The Qualification Criteria to be satisfied is given at Annexure I enclosed.
2.2
Information whether Joint Ventures are allowed and whether category of work is
Normal or Large, is given in Annexure I enclosed.
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2.3
In this Tender Joint Venture is allowed
(a)
In case Joint Venture is allowed the following will apply:
Joint Venture
Two or three companies/ contractors participating in the
tender as Joint Venture should submit Firm-wise
participation details, Banker’s name, execution of work
with details of contribution of each and all other
relevant details.
Notes: Joint ventures must comply the following requirements:
i) Following are the minimum qualification requirements for joint ventures:
a) The qualifying criteria parameter i.e. experience, financial resources etc. of the
individual partners of the J.V. will be added together and the total criteria should not be
less than as spelt out in qualification criteria.
b) Minimum share of Work to a JV partner shall not be less than 30% and eligibility
criteria for a JV partner cannot be less than 30% of the stipulated conditions.
ii) The formation of joint venture or change in the joint venture character/ partners after
submission of the bid and any change in the bidding regarding joint venture will not be
permitted.
iii) Any bid shall be signed so as to legally bind all partners jointly and severally and any bid
shall be submitted with a copy of the Joint Venture Agreement (JV Agreement) providing
the joint and several liabilities with respect to the contract.
iv) The pre-qualification of a joint venture does not necessarily pre-qualify any of its partners
individually or as a partner in any other joint venture or association. In case of dissolution
of a joint venture, each one of the constituent firms may pre-qualify if they meet all the
pre-qualification requirements, subject to written approval of the employer.
v) The bid submission must include documentary evidence to the relationship between joint
venture partners in the form of JV Agreement to legally bind all partners jointly and
severally for the proposed agreement which should set out the principles for the
constitution, operation, responsibilities regarding work and financial arrangements,
participation (percentage share in the total) and liabilities (joint and several) in respect of
each and all of the firms in the joint venture. Such JV Agreement must evidence the
commitment of the parties to bid for the facilities applied for (if pre-qualified) and to
execute the contract for the facilities if their bid is successful.
vi) One of the partners responsible for performing a key component of the contract shall be
designated as Lead Partner. This authorization shall be evidenced by submitting with the
bid a Power of Attorney signed by legally authorized signatories of all the partners.
vii) The JV Agreement must provide that the Lead Partner shall be authorized to incur
liabilities and receive instructions for and on behalf of any and all partners of the Joint
Venture and the entire execution of the contract shall be done with active participation of
the Lead Partner.
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viii) The contract agreement should be signed jointly by each Joint Venture Partners.
ix) An entity can be a partner in only one Joint Venture. Bid submitted by Joint Ventures
including the same entity as partner will be rejected.
x) The J. V. agreement may specify the share of each individual partner for the purpose of
execution of this contract.
(b)
Power of Attorney in favour of
Member.(Suggested format at Annexure V).
the
Partner-in-charge/Lead
3.0
FORMAT AND CHECK LIST FOR SUBMISSION OF INFORMATION ON
QUALIFICATION CRITERIA
3.1
Other than Joint Ventures :
The tenderer shall furnish a Letter of Transmittal as given in ANNEXURE II A
enclosing the documents mentioned therein/listed in Para 7(a) of Annexure I
3.2
Joint Ventures (For Large Works):
NOT APPLICABLE.
3.3
Joint ventures (For Normal Works):
APPLICABLE.
The Partner in charge / Lead Member shall furnish a Letter of Transmittal as given in
Anneuxre II B (N) enclosing the documents mentioned therein/listed in para 7(c) of
Annexure I A.
4.0
CONTENTS OF TENDER DOCUMENT
4.1
Each set of Tender or Bidding Document will comprise the Documents listed below
and addenda issued in accordance with Para 7 :
PART – 1 :- Technical Bid Packet
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Notice Inviting Tender and Instructions to Tenderers.
Tender and Contract Form.
Special Conditions
Schedules A to F
Technical Specifications
Drawings, if any
PART – 2 :- Financial Bid Packet
Schedule of Quantities (Bill of Quantities)
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PART – 3:- General Conditions of Contract
(Read with up to date correction Slip)
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
for
Section 11
Conditions of Contract.
Clauses of Contract.
RITES Safety Code.
RITES Model Rules for protection of Health and Sanitary arrangement
Workers.
RITES Contractor’s Labour Regulations.
4.2
General Conditions of Contract (Compilation of Sections 7 to 11) with upto date
correction slips is also available in RITES website <www.rites.com>
5.0
5.1
ISSUE OF TENDER DOCUMENT
A complete set of Tender Document (Technical, Financial Bid and General Condition
of Contract) described in Para 4.1 above can be seen in the office of the Group
General Manager (Project),RITES Ltd, Regional Project Office, 56,C.R.Avenue, 2nd
floor, Kolkata 700012 between hours of 11.00 AM and 4.00 PM every day except on
Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays.
5.2
One set of Tender Document may be purchased from the office of Group General
Manager (Project),RITES Ltd, Regional Project Office, 56,C.R.Avenue, 2nd floor,
Kolkata 700012 from 09.03.2015 to 27.03.2015 for a non refundable fee per set of
Rs.10,000/- (Rupees Ten Thousand only) in the form of Demand Draft/ Pay Order/
Banker’s cheque drawn on any Scheduled Bank payable at Dhanbad in favour of
Bharat Coking Coal Limited, between hours of 11.00 AM and 4.00 PM every day
except on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays on submission of an
application.
5.3
Tender documents including drawings can also be downloaded from website
(www.rites.com) or www.bccl.gov.in or www.tenders.gov.in and in such a case, the
tenderer shall deposit the cost of tender documents along with submission of tender,
failing which his tender shall not be opened. The cost of tender document in the shape
demand draft/pay order/Banker’s Cheque should be enclosed in a separate envelope
not in the envelope containing earnest money. The tenderer should also enclose an
under taking as per the format given in the tender document, in this envelope that they
have not made any alteration in the down loaded tender document. The
amendments/clarifications to the Tender Documents will also be available on the
above website. Tender Documents requested by mail/Courier/Speed
Post/Registered Post will not be entertained.
5.4
Tender documents downloaded from website shall be considered valid for
participating in the tender process. During the scrutiny of downloaded tender
document, if any modification/correction etc. is noticed as compared to the original
documents posted on the website, the bid submitted by such a tenderer is liable to be
rejected.
In case the bid of a tenderer who has downloaded the document from website is
accepted, the contract shall be executed in the original/manual tender document issued
by concerned RITES office.
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5.5 Clarifications on Tender Documents
A prospective tenderer requiring any clarification on the Tender Document may
notify Md. Nadim Ahmad, Sr. Dy. General Manager(C), Dhanbad in writing at
the address RITES Ltd, C-III/39, Karmik Nagar, Dhanbad-826004, Jharkhand e-mail
[email protected]
In case no pre-bid meeting is to be held, then request for clarification must be
received not later than 10(ten) days prior to the deadline for submission of tenders.
Detailed of such questions raised and clarifications furnished will be uploaded in
RITES website without identifying the names of the bidders who had raised the
questions. Any modification of the tender document arising out of such clarifications
will also be uploaded on RITES website only.
In cases where pre-bid meeting is proposed to be held, provisions in Para 6 below
may be referred to.
6 PRE-BID MEETING:
APPLICABLE
6.1
The tenderer or his official representative is invited to attend a pre-bid meeting which
will take place at the office of Group General Manager (Projects), RITES Ltd,
Regional Project Office, 56 C R Avenue (2nd floor) , Kolkata – 700 012 on
19.03.2015 at 13:00 Hrs.
6.2
The purpose of the pre bid meeting will be to clarify issues and to answer questions on
any matter that may be raised at that stage. No change/deviation in NIT will be
permitted.
6.3
The tenderers are required to submit any questions/query in writing or by cable so as
to reach Md. Nadim Ahmad, Sr. Dy. General Manager (C), Dhanbad in writing at
the address RITES Ltd, C-III/39, Karmik Nagar, Dhanbad-826004 , Jharkhand e-mail
[email protected]
6.4
Minutes of the meeting including the text of the questions raised (without identifying
the source of enquiry) and the responses given will be transmitted without delay to all
purchasers of the Tender Documents. Any notifications of the tender document listed
in para 4.1 which may become necessary as a result of the Pre-bid meeting shall be
made exclusively through the issue of an addendum / corrigendum pursuant to para
7.2 and not through the Minutes of the Pre-bid Meeting.
6.5
Not attendance at the Pre-bid meeting will not be a cause for disqualification of a
tenderer.
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AMENDMENT OF TENDER DOCUMENT
7.1
Before the deadline for submission of tenders, the Tender Document may be modified
by RITES Ltd. by issue of addenda/corrigendum.
7.2
Addendum/corrigendum, if any, will be hoisted on website only and shall become
a part of tender document. All tenderers are advised to see website for
addendum/corrigendum to the tender document before submission of their
tender.
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7.3
To give prospective tenderers reasonable time in which to take the addenda/
corrigenda into account in preparing their tenders, extension of the deadline for
submission of tenders may be given as considered necessary by RITES.
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TENDER VALIDITY
8.1
The Tender shall be valid for a period of 04(four) months from the date of
submission of Tender or any extended date as indicated in sub Para below.
8.2
In exceptional circumstances, prior to the expiry of the original time limit for Tender
Validity, the Employer may request that the tenderers may extend the period of
validity for a specified additional period. The request and the tenderer’s response
shall be made in writing. A tenderer may refuse the request without forfeiting his
Earnest Money. A tenderer agreeing to the request will not be required or permitted to
modify his Financial Bid but will be required to extend the validity of the Earnest
Money for the period of the extension.
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EARNEST MONEY
9.1
Rs 36,51,622/- (Rupees Thirty Six Lakhs Fifty One Thousand Six Hundred
Twenty Two) only as Earnest Money/Bid Security is to be deposited in the form of
irrevocable Bank Guarantee from any scheduled Bank payable at its branch at
Dhanbad/Kolkata with validity 28 (Twenty Eight) days beyond the validity of the
bid in the format given in the Bid Document. Certified Cheques and Demand Drafts
will also be acceptable as Earnest Money / Bid Security drawn in favour of Bharat
Coking Coal Limited on any scheduled Bank payable at its branch at Dhanbad.
9.2
Any Tender not accompanied by Earnest Money or the Tender accompanied by
Earnest Money not in an acceptable form shall be rejected by the Employer as nonresponsive.
9.3
Refund of Earnest Money
a) Two Packet System
The Earnest Money / Bid Security of the unsuccessful bidders shall be refunded as
promptly as possible after finalization of the tender and shall bear no interest.
b) Single Packet System:
9.4
NOT APPLICABLE
The Earnest Money is liable to be forfeited
a)
if after bid opening during the period of bid validity or issue of Letter of
Acceptance, whichever is earlier, any tenderer
i)
withdraws his tender or
ii)
makes any modification in the terms and conditions of the tender
which are not acceptable to the Employer.
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b)
in case any statement/information/document furnished by the tenderer is found
to be incorrect or false.
c)
in the case of a successful tenderer, if the tenderer
i)
fails to furnish the Performance Guarantee within the period specified
under Clause 1 of “Clauses of Contract”.
ii)
fails to commence the work without valid reasons within 15 days after
the date of issue of Letter of Acceptance or from the date of handing
over of the site, whichever is later.
In case of forfeiture of E.M.D. as prescribed hereinabove, the tenderer shall not be
allowed to participate in the retendering process of the work.
10 ALTERNATIVE PROPOSALS BY THE TENDERERS
The Tenderers shall submit offers which comply strictly with the requirements of the
Tender Document. Alternatives or any modifications shall render the Tender invalid.
11 SUBMISSION OF TENDER
11.1
(a)
Two Packet System
Two Packet System:
APPLICABLE
The tenderer shall submit the Tender in original in two packets as under:PACKET A: - TECHNICAL BID
Envelope 1:
Earnest Money.
Envelope 2:
Cost of Tender document and undertaking (in case of Tender
Document downloaded from the website by the tenderer)
Envelope 3:
“Authority to Sign”, ‘Integrity Pact’ and Qualification Information
along with all enclosures /documents as per Letter of Transmittal/
Checklist given in Annexure II A & II B (N). As regards
“Authority to Sign” Para 11.2 below may be referred to. As
regards ‘Integrity Pact’, Para 11.7 below may be referred to.
Technical Bid including signature on Tender Form (Section 2)
duly witnessed after filling up blanks therein.
GCC document including signature on all pages as acceptance of
Terms & Clauses.
Each page of the above documents including all Drawings should
bear the dated initials of the tenderer along with seal of the
company, in token of confirmation of having understood the
Contents.
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Under seal of the firm
PACKET B: - FINANCIAL BID
Envelope 4:
Schedule/Bill of Quantities.
Each page of the Financial Bid should be signed by the tenderer. In the last page of
Financial Bid, at the end, the tenderer should sign in full with the name of the
Company, Seal of the Company and Date.
All rates and amounts, whether in figures and words, must be written in indelible ink.
Each Correction, Cutting, Addition and overwriting should be initialed by the
Tenderer.
The rates must be quoted in decimal coinage and the amounts derived also. If the
same item figures in more than one section/part of Schedule of Quantities, the
Tenderer should quote the same rate for that item in all sections/parts. If different
rates are quoted for the same item, the least of the different rates quoted only shall be
considered for evaluation of that item in all sections/parts of the Schedule of
Quantities.
b)
Single Packet System:
11.2
Authority to Sign
a)
If the applicant is an individual, he should sign above his full type written
name and current address.
11.3
NOT APPLICABLE
b)
If the applicant is a proprietary firm, the Proprietor should sign above his full
type written name and the full name of his firm with its current address.
c)
If the applicant is a firm in partnership, the Documents should be signed by all
the partners of the firm above their full type written names and current
addresses. Alternatively the Documents should be signed by a partner holding
Power of Attorney for the firm in the Format at Annexure IV.
d)
If the applicant is a limited Company, or a Corporation, the Documents shall
be signed by a duly authorized person holding Power of Attorney for signing
the Documents in the Format at Annexure IV.
e)
If the applicant is a Joint Venture, the Documents shall be signed by the Lead
Member holding Power of Attorney for signing the Document in the Format at
Annexure V. The signatory on behalf of such Lead Partner shall be the one
holding the Power of Attorney in the Format at Annexure IV.
Items to be kept in mind while furnishing details
While filling in Qualification Information documents and the Financial Bid, following
should be kept in mind:
i)
There shall be no additions or alterations except those to comply with the
instructions issued by the Employer or as necessary to correct errors, if any,
made by the tenderers.
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ii)
11.4
Conditional Offer/ Tender will be rejected. Unconditional rebate/ discounts in
the Financial offer will however be accepted.
Sealing and Marking of Tenders
11.4.1 Two Packet System: APPLICABLE
(a) PACKET A – TECHNICAL BID
Envelopes 1,2 & 3 as described in Para 11.1 (a) above should be sealed separately
superscribing “Technical Bid” with Envelope Number, Name of the work and
Name of the tenderer. In addition, the following should also be superscribed on the
respective envelopes.
Envelope 1:
Earnest Money.
Envelope 2:
Cost of Tender document and undertaking if the document is
downloaded from website.
Envelope 3:
i) Authority to Sign, ‘Integrity Pact’ and Qualification
Information/ documents as per checklist in Annexure
IIA./ IIB(N)
ii) Technical Bid including Drawings
iii) General Condition of Contract.
Both the envelopes should be put in a packet (Packet A) which should be sealed. The
following should be superscribed on the packet:
i)
Packet A – Technical Bid
ii)
Name of the Work
iii)
Name of the Tenderer
iv)
(b) PACKET B – FINANCIAL BID
Envelope 4 – Financial Bid should be put in Packet B which should be sealed. The
following should be superscribed on the packet.
i)
ii)
iii)
(c)
Packet B (Envelope 3) – Financial Bid
Name of the work
Name of the tenderer
Both packets A and B should be put inside an outer envelope and sealed. This
envelope should be superscribed with the following details:
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
v)
Tender for (Name of work)
Tender Notice Number
Date and time of opening of Tender
From (Name of tenderer)
Addressed to
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11.4.2 Single Packet System:
NOT APPLICABLE
11.4.3 If the envelopes and packets are not superscribed and sealed as indicated in Paras
11.4.1 above, the Employer will assume no responsibility for the misplacement or
premature opening of the Tender.
11.5
Deadline for submission of Tender
11.5.1 Tenders must be received by the Employer at the following address not later than
14.00 Hrs. on 30.03.2015. In the event of the specified date for the submission of the
Tender being declared a holiday by the Employer/Strike/Bandh or on any account
the office being closed, the Tenders will be received up to the appointed time on the
next working day.
Address for submission of Tender:
Office of the Group General Manager (Projects),
RITES Ltd, Regional Project Office, 56,C.R.Avenue, 2nd floor, Kolkata 700012
11.5.2 The Employer may extend the deadline for submission of Tenders by issuing an
amendment in writing in accordance with Para 7.3 in which case all rights and
obligations of the Employer and the tenderer previously subject to the original
deadline will be subject to new deadline.
11.6
11.7
Late Tender / Delayed Tender
Any Tender received by the Employer after the specified date and time of receipt of
tender will be returned unopened to the tenderer.
Integrity Pact
(i)
The bidder/contractor is required to enter into an Integrity Pact with
the Employer, in the Format at Annexure VIII. While submitting the
bid, the Integrity Pact shall also be signed by the duly authorized
signatory of the Bidder/Lead Member of JV. In case of failure to
submit the Integrity Pact duly singed and witnessed, along with the
bid, the bid is likely to be rejected.
The name and address of the Independent External Monitors is given
below:Name and Address
of Independent External Monitor :
Sri. Naresh Chaturvedi, IAS (Rtd.)
CL-14, Sector II, Salt Lake
Kolkata-700091
11.7A Whether Para 11.7 (Integrity Pact) shall be applicable
11.8
APPLICABLE
Modification and Withdrawal of Bids :
11.8.1 Tenderers may modify or withdraw their bids by giving notice in writing before the
deadline prescribed in Para 11.5 for submission of Bids.
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11.8.2 Each modification or withdrawal notice shall be prepared, sealed, marked and
delivered in accordance with Paras 11.1, 11.2 and 11.4 with the outer envelopes
additionally marked ‘Modification’ or ‘Withdrawal’ as appropriate.
The envelopes for modifications on ‘Technical Bid’ and Financial Bid’ shall be
submitted in separate sealed envelopes and marked as ‘Modifications of Technical
Bid’ or ‘Modifications of Financial Bid’ as the case may be.
11.8.3 No bid may be modified after the deadline for submission of Bids except as indicated
below. If a Bidder makes a suo moto offer of rebate / discount in his Financial Bid
after the deadline for submission of Bids, such offer will not be considered for
Financial evaluation of Tenders. But if the Tenderer is successful in the Bid based on
his original offer without considering the suo moto offer, the rebate / discount offered
will be taken into account for incorporation in the Contract Agreement.
11.8.4 Withdrawal or modification of a Bid, subject to provisions in Para 11.8.3 above, after
the deadline for submission of bids shall result in forfeiture of the Earnest Money.
12 TENDER
OPENING,
APPLICATIONS
12.1
AND
CLARIFICATIONS
OF
The Employer will open all the Tenders received (except those received late or
delayed) as described in Para 12.2/12.3 below, in the presence of the tenderers or their
representatives who choose to attend at 14.30 Hrs. on 30.03.2015 in the office of
Group Genaral Manager (Project), RITES Ltd, Regional Project Office,
56,C.R.Avenue, 2nd floor, Kolkata 700012 . In the event of the specified date of
the opening being declared a holiday by the Employer /Strike/Bandh or on any
account the office being closed, the Tenders will be opened at the appointed time
and location on the next working day.
12.2 Two Packet System :
(a)
EVALUATION
(i)
APPLICABLE
The PACKET A will be opened and Envelope 1 containing Earnest Money and
Envelope 2 containing Cost of Tender Document and undertaking (where Bid is
submitted in the document downloaded from website) of all the tenderers will be
opened first and checked. If the Earnest Money furnished is not for the
stipulated amount or is not in an acceptable form and where applicable, the Cost
of Tender Document and undertaking has not been enclosed for the correct
amount and in an acceptable form the Envelopes 3 of PACKET A
(TECHNICAL BID) of tenderers will not be opened. The Envelopes 3 of
PACKET A (TECHNICAL BID) of tenderers who have furnished Earnest
Money of correct amount in acceptable form and where applicable the cost of
Tender Document for the correct amount and in an acceptable form will then be
opened. The Tenderer’s name, the presence of Earnest Money and Authority to
sign and such other details as the Employer may consider appropriate will be
announced by the Employer at the time of opening of Packet A. PACKET B
(FINANCIAL BID) of the Tenderers whose Technical Bids have been accepted
for evaluation will be checked to see if the
seals are intact. All such
PACKETS B will be put in an envelope and sealed. The Employer’s official
opening the Tender will sign on this envelope and will also take the signatures
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of preferably at least two Tenderers or their representatives present. This
envelope will be kept in safe custody by the Employer.
(b)
The Employer will scrutinize the Technical Bids accepted for evaluation to determine
whether each Tenderer
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
has submitted ‘Authority to sign’ as per Para 11.2 above and Integrity Pact
duly signed and witnessed as per Para 11.7 above;
meets the Qualification Criteria stipulated in Para 2.0; and
conforms to all terms, conditions and specifications of the Tender Document
without any modifications or conditions.
(c)
If required, the Employer may ask any such tenderer for clarifications on his
Technical Bid. The request for clarification and the response from the tenderer will
be in writing. If a tenderer does not submit the clarification/document requested, by
the date and time set in the Employer’s request for clarification, the bid of such
tenderer is likely to be rejected.. Tenderers whose Technical Bids are found
acceptable will be advised accordingly and will also be intimated in writing of the
time and date and place where and when the PACKET B (Financial Bid) will be
opened.
(d)
At the appointed place, time and date, in the presence of the tenderers or their
representatives who choose to be present, the Employer will open the envelopes
containing the PACKET B (FINANCIAL BID). The tenderer’s name, the tender
amount quoted and such other details as the Employer may consider appropriate will
be announced by the Employer.
12.3
Single Packet System :
NOT APPLICABLE
13 INSPECTION OF SITE BY THE TENDERERS
Tenderers are advised to inspect and examine the site and its surroundings and satisfy
themselves before submitting their tenders, as to the nature of the ground and sub-soil
(as far as is practicable), the form and nature of the site, the means of access to the
site, the accommodation they may require and in general shall themselves obtain all
necessary information as to risks, contingencies and other circumstances which may
influence or affect their tender. A tenderer shall be deemed to have full knowledge of
the site whether he inspects it or not and no extra charges consequent on any
misunderstanding or otherwise shall be allowed. The tenderer shall be responsible for
arranging and maintaining at his own cost all materials, tools & plants, water,
electricity, access, facilities for workers and all other services required for executing
the work unless otherwise specifically provided for in the contract documents.
Submission of a tender by a tenderer implies that he has read this notice and all other
contract documents and has made himself aware of the scope and specifications of the
work to be done and of conditions and rates at which stores, tools and plant etc. will
be issued to him by the Employer and local conditions and other factors having a
bearing on the execution of the work.
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14 EMPLOYER’S RIGHT ON ACCEPTANCE OF ANY TENDER
(i)
If required, the Employer may ask any tenderer the breakdown of unit rates. If
the tenderer does not submit the clarification by the date and time set in the
Employers request for clarification, such tender is likely to be rejected.
(ii)
The competent authority on behalf of the Employer does not bind himself to
accept the lowest or any other tender and reserves to himself the authority to
reject any or all the tenders received without the assignment of any reason. All
tenders in which any of the prescribed conditions is not fulfilled or any
condition is put forth by the tenderer shall be summarily rejected.
15 CANVASSING PROHIBITED
Canvassing whether directly or indirectly, in connection with tenders is strictly
prohibited and the tenders submitted by the Contractors who resort to canvassing will
be liable to rejection.
16 EMPLOYER’s RIGHT TO ACCEPT WHOLE OR PART OF THE TENDER
The competent authority on behalf of the Employer reserves to himself the right of
accepting the whole or any part of the tender and the tenderer shall be bound to
perform the same at the rates quoted.
17 MISCELLANEOUS RULES AND DIRECTIONS
17.1
The tenderer shall not be permitted to tender for works if his near relative is posted as
Associated Finance Officer between the grades of AGM(F) and J.M (F) in the
concerned SBU Unit or as an officer in any capacity between the grades of GGM/GM
and Engineer (both inclusive) of the concerned SBU of the Employer. He shall also
intimate the names of persons who are working with him in any capacity or are
subsequently employed by him and who are near relatives to any Gazetted officer in
the organization of the Employer. Any breach of this condition by the tenderer would
render his Tender to be rejected.
No Engineer of Gazetted rank or other Gazetted Officer employed in Engineering or
Administrative duties in an Engineering Department of the Organisation of the
Employer is allowed to work as a contractor for a period of one year after his
retirement from the Employer’s service without the previous permission of the
Employer in writing. The contract is liable to be cancelled if either the Contractor or
any of his employees is found any time to be such a person who had not obtained the
permission of the Employer as aforesaid before submission of the tender or
engagement in the Contractor’s service.
17.2
If required by the Employer, the tenderers shall sign a declaration under the officials
Secret Act 1923, for maintaining secrecy of the tender documents drawings or other
records connected with the work given to them. The unsuccessful tenderers shall
return all the drawings given to them.
17.3
Use of correcting fluid anywhere in tender document is not permitted. Such tender is
liable for rejection.
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17.4
a) In the case of Item Rate Tenders, only rates quoted shall be considered. Any tender
containing percentage below/above the rates quoted is liable to be rejected. Rates
quoted by the Tenderer in item rate tender in figures and words shall be accurately
filled in so that there is no discrepancy in the rates written in figures and words.
However, if a discrepancy is found, the rates which correspond with the amount
worked out by the Tenderer shall unless otherwise proved be taken as correct. If the
amount of an item is not worked out by the Tenderer or it does not correspond with
the rates written either in figures or in words then the rates quoted by the Tenderer in
words shall be taken as correct. Where the rates quoted by the Tenderer in figures and
in words tally but the amount is not worked out correctly, the rates quoted by the
Tenderer will, unless otherwise provided, be taken as correct and not the amount. In
the event that no rate has been quoted for any item(s), leaving space both in figure (s)
or word(s) and the amount blank, it will be presumed that the Tenderer has included
the cost of this/ these item (s) in other items and rate for such item (s) will be
considered as zero and work will be required to be executed accordingly.
b)
In case of percentage Rate Tender only percentage quoted shall be considered. Any
tender containing item rates is liable to be rejected. Percentage quoted by the
Tenderer in percentage rate tender shall be accurately filled in figures and words so
that there is no discrepancy. If, for any Schedule in Financial Bid, the total amount
has been indicated by the Tenderer and if discrepancy is noticed in the percentages
quoted in words and figures, then the percentage which corresponds with the total
amount, shall, unless otherwise proved be taken as correct. If the total amount is not
worked out or if worked out, it does not correspond with the percentages written
either in figures or in words, then the percentage quoted by Tenderer in words shall be
taken as correct. When the percentages quoted by the Tenderer in figures and in
words tally but the total amount is not worked out correctly, the percentage quoted by
the Tenderers shall be taken as correct, unless proved otherwise and the total amount
worked out accordingly.
17.5
In the case of any tender where unit rate of any item/items appear unrealistic, such
tender will be considered as unbalanced and in case the tenderer is unable to provide
satisfactory explanation, such a tender is liable to be disqualified and rejected.
17.6
(a) In Item rate Tender, all rates shall be quoted on the tender form. The amount for
each item should be worked out and requisite totals given. Special care should be
taken to write the rates in figures as well as in words and the amount in figures only,
in such a way that interpolation is not possible. The total amount in each Schedule
should be written both in figures and in words. In case of figures, the word ‘Rs.’
should be written before the figure of rupees and word ‘P’ after the decimal figures,
e.g. Rs.2.15 P and in case of words, the word, ‘Rupees’ should precede and the word
‘Paise’ should be written at the end. Unless the rate is in whole rupees and followed
by the word ‘only’ it should invariably be up to two decimal places. While quoting the
rate in schedule of quantities, the word ‘only’ should be written closely following the
amount and it should not be written in the next line.
(b) In Percentage Rate Tender, the Tenderer shall quote percentage below / above (in
figures as well as in words) at which he will be willing to execute the work. He shall
also work out the total amount of his offer and the same should be written in figures
as well as in words in such a way that no interpolation is possible. In case of figures,
the word “Rs” should be written before the figure rupees and word ‘P’ after the
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decimal figures (eg.) Rs.2.15 P and in case of words the word “Rupees” should
precede and the word “Paisa” should be written at the end.
17.7
Sales-tax/VAT, purchase tax, turnover tax or any other statutory levy (except Service
Tax) as applicable on material, labour and works in respect of this contract shall be
payable by the contractor and BCCL will not entertain any claim whatsoever in respect
of the same.
The quoted offer should be exclusive of Service Tax. The amount of Service Tax
liability shall be borne by the company in accordance and in compliance with the
relevant provisions of law as enacted from time to time by the Central Govt., in respect
of the nature and type of service, service provider, point of taxation rules etc.
17.8
Each Bidder shall submit only one Bid either as an individual or as a Proprietor in a
Proprietary firm or as a Partner in a Partnership firm or as a Director of a limited
Company/Corporation or as a Partner in a Joint Venture. Any Bidder who has
submitted a Bid for a work, shall not be a witness for any other Bidder for the same
work. Failure to observe the above stipulations would render all such Tenders
submitted as a Bidder and / or as a witness, liable to summary rejection.
17.9
The Contractor shall be fully responsible for all matters arising out of the
Performance of the Contract and shall, at his own expense, comply with all laws/ acts/
enactments/ orders/ regulations/ obligations whatsoever of the Government of India,
State Government, Local Body and any Statutory Authority.
17.10 EMPLOYMENT OF LOCAL LABOUR
Contractors are to employ, to the extent possible, only local project affected people
and pay wages not less than the minimum wages fixed by the Law of the Land".
However minimum 20% of required unskilled workers are to employ from local
project affected people of nearby villages.
The list of PAPs recommended by the concerned Mukhia to be obtained by the
concerned Area GM and displayed in the notice board. Any further addition to be duly
certified by the Mukhiya. Authorised representative of the Contractual agency to
certify regarding engagement of 20% unskilled workers from amongst the PAPs,
based upon which labour payment certificate will only be issued.
17.11 All the payment will be made by ELECTRONIC MODE through bank. The intending
bidders must furnish the details as per Proforma given in Annexure-XIV in triplicate
as an item of requirement of the tender for e-payment and enclose with Part-I of the
tender.
17.12 Settlement of Disputes with the Contractor
It is incumbent upon the contractor to avoid litigation and disputes during the course of
execution. However, if such disputes take place between the contractor and the
department, effort shall be made first to settle the disputes at the company level.
The contractor should make request in writing to the Engineer- in charge for settlement
of such disputes/claim within 30 (Thirty) days of arising of the cause of disputes/claim
failing which no disputes/claim of the contractor shall be entertained by the company.
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If differences still persist, the settlement of the dispute with Govt. Agencies shall be dealt
with as per the Guidelines issued by the ministry of Finance, Govt. of India in this
regard. In case of parties other than Govt. Agencies, the redressal of the dispute may be
sought in the Court of Law.
18 SIGNING OF CONTRACT AGREEMENT
18.1
The tenderer whose tender has been accepted will be notified of the award by the
employer by issue of a `Letter of Acceptance’ ‘ prior to expiration of the Bid Validity
period, in the form at Annexure VI.
The Letter of Acceptance will be sent to the Contractor in two copies one of which he
should return promptly, duly signed and stamped. The Letter of Acceptance will be a
binding Contract between the Employer and the Contractor till the formal Contract
Agreement is executed.
18.2
Within the period as specified in Clause 1 of `Clause of Contract’, of the date of issue
of Letter of Acceptance, the successful Tenderer shall deliver to the Employer,
Performance Guarantee and Additional Performance Guarantee (where applicable) in
the format prescribed.
18.3
The Tenderer whose Tender is accepted shall be required to submit at his cost stamp
papers of appropriate value as per the provisions of Indian Stamp Act within 15 days
of the date of issue of Letter of Acceptance.
18.4
At the same time the Employer notifies the successful Tenderer that his Tender has
been accepted, the Employer will direct him to attend the Employer’s office within 28
days of issue of Letter of Acceptance for signing the Agreement in the Proforma at
Annexure VII. The Agreement will however be signed only after the Contractor
furnishes Performance Guarantee and Additional Performance Guarantee (where
applicable) and hence, where justified, the period of 28 days stipulated above will be
extended suitably.
19.0
The estimate for the work is based on FSR principally approved/agreed by
Railways. DPR is under consideration for approval from Railways authorities. If
any changes is prescribed by the Railway Authorities, needful changes will be
incorporated in the work for which contractor has to agree.
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ANNEXURE – I / I A
QUALIFYING CRITERIA FOR WORKS CONTRACTS
1.
Annual Financial Turnover
The bidder should have achieved a minimum Annual Financial Turnover of
Rs.24,34,41,450/- (Twenty Four Crores Thirty Four Lakhs Forty One Thousand Four
Hundred Fifty only) in any one of the last 3 Financial Years.
Notes :
The financial turnover will be taken as given under the head “Income” in audited
Profit and Loss Account and excluding non-recurring income, income from other
sources and stock. It is clarified that the Financial Turnover means relevant revenue as
recorded in the Income side of Profit and Loss Account. It does not mean Profit.
Closing stocks in whatsoever manner should not form part of turnover.
Weightage of 7% (compounded annually) shall be given for equating the financial
turnover of the previous years to the current year.
For considering the Financial Years, for example for a work for which the Tender is
being opened in Financial Year 2014-15, the last five Financial Years will be 201314, 2012-13 and 2011-12. For a Tender opened on (say) 05.09.14 (F.Y. 2014-15),
with weightage of 7% compounded annually, the weightages to be applied on the
Turnover of the previous three Financial Years will be : F.Y. 2013-14 = 1.070; F.Y.
2012-13 = 1.145; and F.Y 2011-12 = 1.225;
The Bidder should furnish Annual Financial Turnover for each of the last 3 Financial
Years in tabular form and give reference of the document (with page no.) relied upon
in support of meeting the Qualification Criterion.
The Bidder should submit self attested copy of Auditor’s Report along with Balance
Sheet and Profit and Loss Statement along with Schedules for the relevant Financial
Year in which the minimum criterion is met. Provisional audit reports or certified
statements will not be accepted.
If the Audited Balance Sheet for the immediately preceding year is not available in
case of tender opened before 30th Sept., audited Balance Sheets, Profit and Loss
Statements and other financial statements of the three Financial Years immediately
preceding the previous Financial Year may be adopted for evaluating the credentials
of the Bidder.
In case JV is permitted the following provisions will apply.
Large Works:
Normal Works:
NOT APPLICABLE
The Partner-in-charge/Lead Member shall singly meet this
criterion.
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2.
WORK EXPERIENCE
a)
Similar Works Experience
(i)
For works in Difficult Areas
The Bidder should have satisfactorily completed in his own name or
proportionate share as a member of a Joint Venture, at least ONE similar work
of minimum value of 40% of the estimated cost of work OR at least TWO similar
works each of minimum value of 25% of the estimated cost of work during the
last 5 (Five) years prior to the last stipulated date for submission of the Bid.
Works completed prior to the cut off date shall not be considered.
Similar Works
Similar Works shall mean the following work with or without supply of P. Way
materials carried out in India.
“Any Civil work containing Laying & Linking of Track/Laying & Linking of
Points & Crossing/Renovation of track/Complete track renewal work/Through
Rail renewal work/Through sleeper renewal work/Gauge conversion work of
Railway track/Complete Points & Crossing renewal work”.
Notes :
i) A weightage of 7% (compounded annually from the date of completion of the
work to the submission of the bid) shall be given for equating the value of works
of the previous years to the current year.
ii) Only such works shall be considered where physical completion of entire work is
over or commissioning of work has been done, whichever is earlier.
iii) The bidder should submit the details of such similar completed works as per the
format at Proforma-1 enclosed.
iv) Works carried out by another Contractor on behalf of the Bidder on a back to back
basis will not be considered for satisfaction of the Qualification Criterion by the
Bidder.
v) Credential certificates issued by Govt. Organizations / Semi Govt. Organizations
of Central or State Government; or by Public Sector Undertakings / Autonomous
bodies of Central or State Government or by Public Ltd. Companies listed in
Stock Exchange in India or Abroad shall only be accepted for assessing the
eligibility of a Tenderer.
In case of certificate from a Public Limited Co., the bidder should also
submit documentary proof that the Public Limited Co. was listed on
BSE/NSE when the work was executed for it.
b.
Construction Experience in key activities/specified components:
APPLICABLE.
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3.
SOLVENCY CERTIFICATE AND SERVICING OF LOAN / CREDIT LIMIT
(APPLICABLE)
(i) A Solvency Certificate of minimum solvency of Rs. 1460.65 Lakh (suggested
format at Proforma 2) from a Scheduled Bank issued not earlier then 6 months
from the last date of submission of tender is required to be submitted by the
bidder.
Notes:
The certificate so produced by the Bidder may be got verified from the issuing
Bank.
(ii)
The bidder should furnish a declaration that he has not failed to service the
principal amount or interest or both of a loan account / credit limit from any
Bank or Financial Institution during a period of one year prior to the deadline
for submission of bids.
Notes:
In case a bidder has defaulted in servicing his loan / credit limit during the past
one year, he shall be disqualified.
The Partner-in-charge/Lead Member shall sign the declaration.
4.
PROFITABILITY
The Bidder should be a Profit (net) making firm and should have made profit during
any two of the past 3 Financial Years immediately preceding the deadline for
submission of bids. If the audit Balance Sheet for the immediately preceding year is
not available in case of tender opened before 30th September, Audited Balance Sheet
of the three Financial Years immediately preceding the previous Financial Year shall
be considered.
The Bidder should furnish figures of net profit of last 3 years in a tabular form and
submit attested copies of Auditor’s Reports along with audited Balance Sheets and
Profit and Loss Statements for the last three Financial Years. Specific reference with
page no. of document which proves satisfaction of this Qualifying Criterion should be
indicated in the tabular statement.
5.
NET WORTH
The bidder should have positive Net Worth of at least 30% of the estimated cost.
Notes:
6.
Average Net Worth of the past three financial years shall be considered.
POINTS TO NOTE ON SATISFACTION OF QUALIFYING CRITERIA IN
CASE OF BOTH LARGE AND NORMAL WORKS
a)
Sub-Contractor’s Experiences and Resources
Sub-Contractors’ Experiences and Resources will not be taken into account in
determining the Bidder’s compliance with the qualifying criteria.
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b) Experiences and Resources of the Parent Company and other subsidiary
companies
If the Bidder is a wholly owned subsidiary of a company, the experience and
resources of the owner/parent company or its other subsidiaries will not be
taken into account. However, if the Bidder is a Company, the Experience and
Resources of its subsidiaries will be taken into consideration.
7.
DISQUALIFICATION ON CERTAIN GROUNDS
Even though the Bidder may meet the above qualifying criteria, they are subject to be
disqualified if they have
a)
Made misleading or false representation in the forms, statements and
attachments in proof of the qualification requirements. In such a case, besides
Tenderer’s liability to action under para 9.4 of Instructions to Tenderers, the
Tenderer is liable to face the penalty of banning of business dealing with him
by RITES.
b)
Records of any contract awarded to them, having been determined during the
past three years prior to the deadline for submission of bids.
c)
Their business banned or suspended by any Central/State Government
Department/Public Undertaking or Interprise of Central/State Government and
such ban is in force.
d)
Not submitted all the supporting documents or not furnished the relevant
details as per the prescribed format.
A declaration to the above effect in the form of affidavit on stamp paper of Rs. 10/duly attested by Notary/Magistrate should be submitted as per format given in
Proforma 3 enclosed.
8.
JOINT VENTURES
Whether Joint Venture allowed:
9.
YES (NORMAL WORK)
CHECK LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED
a)
i)
By Bidders other than Joint Ventures:
Annual Turnover
Annual financial turnover for each of the last 3 years in tabular form.
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certified copy of Auditor’s Report, Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss
Statement, work order, completion certificate, payment certificates/
vouchers etc. indicating the period of work for which the payment has
been made, duly signed by him/them.
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ii)
Work Experience
-
-
iii)
Similar Work Experience : Proforma 1 of Annexure I with details of
1, 2 or 3 works as the case may be, which satisfy requisite qualification
criterion with self attested copies of supporting document (Refer Para
2a).
Construction Experience in Key Activities/Specialised Components:
Tabular Statement giving contract-wise quantities executed in last 7
years along with documentary proof in support of having met the
criterion (Refer Para 2b).
Solvency Certificate.
Suggested format at Proforma 2 (Refer Para 3)
iv)
Net Worth
Self attested copies of Auditor’s Report along with the Balance Sheets and
Profit and Loss Statements for last 5 financial years, as the case may be
(Refer Para 4).
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v)
Declaration by Bidder
Proforma 3
vi)
Integrity Pact (where applicable): duly signed and witnessed in the format at
Annexure VIII (Refer Para 11.7)
b)
BY JOINT VENTURE PARTNERS FOR “LARGE WORKS”: NOT
APPLICABLE
c)
BY JOINT VENTURE PARTNERS FOR “NORMAL WORKS”:
APPLICABLE
i)
JV MOU/Agreement (Refer Para 2.3 of NIT & Instructions to
Tenderers)
ii)
Power of Attorney (Refer Para 2.3 of NIT & Instructions to
Tenderers)
iii)
Annual Turnover: As in 7a(i) above
iv)
Work Experience
v)
vi)
vii)
vii)
Similar Work Experience : As in 7(a) (ii) above
Construction Experience in Key activities/specialised components:
As in 7(a) (ii) above.
Solvency Certificate : As per 7(a) (iii) above –
Networth : As in 7(a) (iv) above.
Declaration by Bidder: As in 7(a) (v) above.
Integrity Pact : : duly signed and witnessed, as in 7(a) (vi) above.
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8.
BID CAPACITY:
Bidders who meet the minimum qualifications criteria will be qualified only if their
available bid capacity is more than the updated estimated value. The available bid capacity
will be calculated as under:
Assessed Available Bid capacity= (A x N x 2 – B), where,
A= Maximum value of Civil Engineering Works executed in any one year during the last
five years (updated to present level @ 5% per calendar year) taking into account the
completed as well as works in progress.
N= Number of years prescribed for completion of the works for which bids are invited.
B= Value at present price level, of existing commitments and ongoing works to be
completed during the next 18 months excluding monsoon period (period of completion of
works for which bids are invited).
Financial turn over and cost of completed works of previous works shall be given a
weightage of 5% per year (average annual rate of inflation) to bring them at current price
level, while evaluating the qualification requirement and bid assessment of the bidders.
Even though the bidders meet the above qualifying criteria, they are subject to be
disqualified if they made misleading or false representation in the forms, statement and
attachment submitted in proof of qualifying requirement.
Information on Bid Capacity (works for which bids have been submitted and works which
are yet to be completed) as on the date of this bid.:
1 (A) Existing commitments and on going works.
Description
of work
Place &
State
Contract
No.&
Date
Name and
address of
Employer
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
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Value
of
Contrac
t
(Rs.lak
h)
(5)
Stipulate
d period
of
completi
on
(6)
Value of
works
remaining
to be
completed
(7)
Anticipat
ed date
of
completi
on
(8)
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Under seal of the firm
1 (B) Works for which bids already submitted.
Description of
work
Place & State
(1)
(2)
Estimated
value of works
(Rs.lakhs)
(3)
Stipulated
period of
completion
(4)
Date when
decision is
expected
(5)
Remarks if
any
(6)
2. Works performed as prime contractor (In the same name) on works of a similar
nature over the last seven years **
Project Name Descriptio Contra
Name of
n of work ct
empl
No.
oyer
Value of
contract
(Rs.lakh)
Date of
issue
of work
order
Stipulated
period
of
completio
n
Actual
date of
completi
on
Remarks
explaining
reasons
for delay
and work
completed
3. Quantities of work executed as prime contractor (in the same name and style) in the
last seven years**:
(Table given below is a typical example & the contents may vary depending upon the nature
& scope of work)
Remarks
Year
Name of the
Quantity of work performed(cum)
(indicate
work
Cement concrete
Masonry
contract ref.)
Earth Work (Including RCC & PCC)
20… - 20….
20… - 20….
20… - 20….
20… - 20….
20… - 20….
1. Enclose a certificate(s) from Engineer(s)-in-charge.
2. Immediately preceding the financial year in which bids are received.
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Proforma-1
LIST OF SIMILAR WORKS SATISFYING QUALIFICATION CRITERIA
COMPLETED DURING THE LAST 7 YEARS
S. Client's Name of Scope of
No Name the Work work
&
carried
.
and
Address Location out by
the
Bidder
Agreeme Contract Value Value of Date
nt / Letter (Rs. in Lakhs) Materials of
of Award
supplied Start
No. and
free by
date
the Client
Award Actual on
completi
ed
on
Date of
Completion
Reasons Ref. of
for delay document(
in
with page
completi no.) in
on
support of
if any
meeting
Qualificati
on
Criteria.
As per
Actu
LOA/
al
Agreeme
nt
SEAL AND SIGNATURE OF THE BIDDER
Note:
1. In support of having completed above works attach self attested copies of the completion
certificate from the owner/client or Executing Agency/Consultant appointed by owner/client,
indicating the name of work, the description of work done by the bidder, date of start, date of
completion (contractual & actual), value of contract as awarded and as executed by the bidder.
“Contract Value” shall mean gross value of the completed work including cost of materials
supplied by the owner/client but excluding those supplied free of cost.
2. Such Credential certificates issued by Govt. Organizations/ Semi Govt. Organizations / Public
Sector Undertakings / Autonomous bodies of Central or State Government / Municipal Bodies /
Public Ltd. Co. listed on BSE/NSE shall only be accepted for assessing the eligibility of a
tenderer. Certificates issued by such Public Ltd. Co. must be supported by TDS Certificates
evidencing the value of work.
In case of certificate from a Public Limited Co., the bidder should also submit documentary proof
that the Public Limited Co. was listed on BSE/NSE when the work was executed for it.
3. Information must be furnished for works carried out by the Bidder in his own name or
proportionate share as member of a Joint Venture. In the latter case details of contract value
including extent of financial participation by partners in that work should be furnished.
4. If a Bidder has got a work executed through a Subcontractor on a back to back basis, the Bidder
cannot include such a work for his satisfying the Qualification Criterion even if the Client has
issued a Completion Certificate in favour of that Bidder.
5. Use a separate sheet for each partner in case of a Joint Venture.
6. Only similar works completed during the last 7 years which meet the Qualification Criteria need
be included in this list.
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Proforma 2
SOLVENCY CERTIFICATE FROM A NATIONALISED
OR A SCHEDULED BANK
This is to certify that to the best of our knowledge and information, M/s
____________________, having their registered office at _____________, a customer of our
Bank, is a reputed company with a good financial standing and can be treated as solvent to
the extent of Rs. ___________. This certificate is issued without any guarantee or risk and
responsibility on the Bank or any of its officers.
Signature with date
Senior Bank Manager (Name of Officer issuing the
Certificate)
Name, address & Seal of the Bank/ Branch
Note:
Banker’s Certificate should be on letter head of the Bank.
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Proforma 3
DECLARATION BY THE BIDDER
(Affidavit on Non-Judicial Stamp Paper of Rs.10/- duly attested by Notary / Magistrate)
This is to certify that We, M/s. __________________________, in submission of this offer
confirm that:i)
We have not made any misleading or false representation in the forms, statements and
attachments in proof of the qualification requirements;
ii)
During the past three years prior to the deadline for submission of bids, no contract
awarded to us has been determined.
iii)
No Central / State Government Department/ Public Sector Undertaking or Enterprise
of Central / State Government has banned/suspended business dealings with us as on
date.
iv)
We have submitted all the supporting documents and furnished the relevant details as
per prescribed format.
v)
List of Similar Works satisfying Qualification Criterion indicated in Proforma 1 does
not include any work which has been carried out by us through a Subcontractor on a
back to back basis.
vi)
The information and documents submitted with the Tender and those to be submitted
subsequently by way of clarifications / making good deficient documents are correct
and we are fully responsible for the correctness of the information and documents
submitted by us.
vii)
We have not failed to service the principal amount or intrest or both of a loan account
/ credit limit from any Bank or Financial Institution during a period of one year prior
to the deadline for submission of bids.
viii)
We understand that in case any statement/information/document furnished by us or to
be furnished by us in connection with this offer, is found to be incorrect or false, our
EMD in full will be forfeited and business dealings will be banned.
SEAL, SIGNATURE & NAME OF THE BIDDER
signing this document
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Under seal of the firm
Proforma- 4
SITE FAMILIARIZATION CERTIFICATE
Certificate that I/we have visited the site of the work tendered and get acquainted with the site
conditions regarding availability of materials, lead of materials, access roads etc before
submission of this tender.
SEAL AND SIGNATURE & NAME OF THE BIDDER
Signing this document
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Under seal of the firm
ANNEXURE II A
QUALIFICATION INFORMATION/CHECKLIST OF DOCUMENTS
--LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL BY OTHER THAN JOINT VENTURES
(on letter head of the Applicant)
From
_____________
To
The Project Officer,
Patherdih 5 MTPA NLW Washery
BCCL.
Sir,
Sub: Submission of Qualification information/documents as per Checklist.
1.
I/We hereby submit the following documents in support of my/our satisfying the
Qualification Criteria laid down for the work:a) Self attested copy of Partnership Deed/ Memorandum and Articles of Association
of the firm.
b) Self attested copy of PAN/TAN issued by Income Tax Department.
c)
Self attested copy of a certificate showing that, The Bidder should have
satisfactorily completed in his own name or proportionate share as a member of a
Joint Venture, at least ONE similar work of minimum value of 40% of the estimated
cost of work OR at least TWO similar works each of minimum value of 25% of the
estimated cost of work during the last 5 (Five) years prior to the last stipulated date for
submission of the Bid. Works completed prior to the cut off date shall not be
considered.
d) Annual Financial Turnover
(i) Annual financial turnover for each of the last 3 Financial Years in tabular
form.
(ii) Self attested copy of Auditor’s Report along with the Balance Sheet and Profit
and Loss Statement and Schedules for the relevant financial year in which the
minimum criterion is met, with calculations in support of the same.
e) Work Experience
i)
Similar Works Experience :- In Proforma 1 with details of 1 / 2 / 3
works as applicable and self attested copies of supporting documents
as mentioned therein.
ii)
Construction experience in key activities / specialised components:
Tabular Statement giving contract wise quantities executed in last 5
years with documentary proof.
f)
Solvency Certificate - Proforma 2.
g)
Networth - Net profit of last 5 years in tabular form with self attested copies
of Profit and Loss Statements for the last 5 or 3 Financial Years as applicable.
h)
Declaration – Proforma 3
i)
Self attested copy of Works Contract Tax, Service Tax Registration Certificate
(as applicable).
j)
Self attested copy of Registration under Labour Laws, like PF, ESI etc.
k)
Self attested copy of ISO 9000 Certificate (if any)
l)
Integrity Pact (where applicable): duly signed and witnessed.
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m)
n)
Sale tax clearance certificate should be duly attested by a Gazetted Officer
(Central or State Govt.)
The bidders are required to furnish PAN based Registration No. of Service
Tax.
In case of Joint Venture all the partners should submit the certificate with
undertaking that the certificates in the name of JV will be submitted if work is
awarded
2.
I have furnished all the information and details necessary to prove that I satisfy all the
Qualification Criteria laid down.
3.
I authorize you to approach any Bank, Individual, Employer, Firm or Corporation,
whether mentioned in the enclosed documents or not, to verify our competence and
general reputation.
4.
I have also enclosed written Power of Attorney of the signatory of the tender on
behalf of the tenderer.
Yours faithfully,
Encl: As in Paras 1 & 4
Signature of Applicant
with Name _________________
Date with seal
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Under seal of the firm
ANNEXURE II B (L)
QUALIFICATION INFORMATION /CHECKLIST OF DOCUMENTS
– LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL BY JOINT VENTURE
(To be signed by the Lead Member for Large Works Costing over Rs.100 crores on letter
head of the Partner-in-charge/Lead member)
- DELETED -
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Under seal of the firm
ANNEXURE II B (N)
QUALIFICATION INFORMATION /CHECKLIST OF DOCUMENTS
- LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL BY JOINT VENTURE
(FOR NORMAL WORKS COSTING BETWEEN Rs.3 CRORE and Rs.100 CRORES)
(To be signed by the Lead Member in his Letter Head)
From
To
___________________________
The Project Officer,
Patherdih 5 MTPA NLW
Washery
BCCL.
Sir,
Subject:
Submission of Qualification Information/ documents as per Checklist.
As the Lead Member of the Joint Venture, I/We hereby submit the following documents in
support of our JV:
Details pertaining to JV
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
Self certified copy of the Joint Venture Agreement / Memorandum of Understanding.
Power of Attorney in my/our favour as the Lead Member executed by the authorized
representatives of all the members.
Self attested copy of a certificate, that the Bidder have satisfactorily completed in his
own name or proportionate share as a member of a Joint Venture, at least one similar
work of minimum value of 40% OR at least two similar works each of minimum
value of 25% during the last 5 (five) years ending last day of month previous to the
one in which bid applications are invited.
Self attested copy of Sales Tax, Works Contract Tax, Service Registration Certificate
(as applicable).
Self attested copy of Registration under Labour Laws, like PF, ESI etc.
Self attested copy of ISO 9000 Certificate ( if any)
Integrity Pact (where applicable) duly signed and witnessed.
Details pertaining to Members
(i)
Qualification Criteria
a)
Annual Turnover
-
Annual financial turnover for each of the last 3 Financial Years in a tabular
form.
The intending tenderer must submit documentary evidence in support of above
in the form of certified copy of work order, completion certificate, payment certificates/
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vouchers etc. indicating the period of work for which the payment has been made, duly
signed by him/them.
b)
Work Experience
-
Similar Works Experience: - In Proforma 1 with details of 1 / 2 works as
applicable and self attested copies of supporting documents as mentioned
therein.
- Construction experience in key activities/ specialised components:Tabular Statement giving contract wise quantities executed in last 5 years
with documentary proof.
c) Solvency Certificate - Proforma 2.
d)
Networth -Net profit of last 5 Financial years in a tabular form with self attested
copies of Profit and Loss Statements for the last 5 or 3 Financial Years as applicable.
ii)
Other supporting documents
a)
b)
Declaration – Proforma 3
Self attested copy of PAN/TAN issued by the Income Tax Department.
2)
I/We also enclose the following documents pertaining to each of the other Partners of
J.V. duly signed by the Authorized representative of each Partner/Member of J.V.
3)
4)
i)
Qualification Criteria
-
Work experience
-
Construction experience in key activities/ specialised components:As per para i (b) above.
ii)
Other Supporting Documents
Self attested copy of Partnership Deed/ Memorandum and Articles of Association of
the firm.
I/We authorize you to approach any Bank, Individual, Employer, Firm or Corporation
whether mentioned in the enclosed documents or not, to verify the competence and
general reputation of each Member of our JV.
I also enclose written Power of Attorney of the signatory of the Tender on behalf of
the Tenderer.
Yours faithfully,
Encl: As in Paras 1, 2 & 4
Signature of
with Name
Date and Seal
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Applicant
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
ANNEXURE III
DRAFT MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
EXECUTED BY MEMBERS OF THE CONSORTIUM / JOINT VENTURE
(On each firm’s Letter Head)
From
_______________
_______________
To
The Project Officer,
Patherdih 5 MTPA NLW Washery
BCCL.
Dear Sir,
Re: RITES Tender Notice No.________________ dated _______ for_____ (Name of
Work)
We wish to conform that our company / firm (delete as appropriate) has formed a Consortium
with _____ (insert names of all other members of the group) for purposes associated with
your Tender No.__________
(Members who are not the Lead Member of the Consortium should add the following
paragraph) *
* The Consortium is led by _________ (insert name of the Lead Member) whom we hereby
authorize to act as leader on our behalf for the purposes of submission of Bid for ____ (name
of work) and to incur liabilities and receive instructions for and on behalf of any and all the
partners of the Joint Venture/Members of the Consortium. For this purpose we have executed
a Power of Attorney in favour of ______ (name of the Lead Member)
(Member who is the Lead Member of the Consortium should add the following paragraph)**
**
In this Consortium we act as Lead Member and for the purposes of bidding for the
work, represent the Consortium.
Till the award of work, the Lead Partner shall furnish Bid bond and all other
bonds/guarantees to the Employer on behalf of the Joint Venture, which shall be legally
binding on all the partners of the Joint Venture.
In the event of our Consortium being awarded the contract we agree to be jointly with
________ (insert names of all other members of the Consortium) and severally liable to
RITES, its successors and assigns for all obligations, liabilities, duties and responsibilities
arising from or imposed by the contract subsequently entered into between RITES and our
Consortium.
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The precise responsibility of the Lead Member and other Members of the Consortium in
respect of planning, design, construction equipment, key personnel, work execution and
financing of the Work including Percentage of financial participation by each Member will
be as indicated in the Annexure. These shall not be varied/ modified subsequently without
your prior approval.
We further agree that entire execution of the contract shall be carried out exclusively through
the Lead Member.
In case our Bid is successful, the Joint Venture Agreement incorporating the above provisions
will be executed within 15 days of receipt of Letter of Acceptance from you and shall be
registered at the place where the Agreement will be signed, so as to be legally valid and
binding on all Members of the Consortium.
We agree that the Joint Venture Agreement shall be valid during the entire currency of the
Contract including the period of extension if any, and the maintenance period after the work
is completed.
We further confirm that we shall open a Bank Account in the name of JV and all payments
due to the JV shall be made by you by crediting to that Account. To facilitate statutory
deductions such as towards Income Tax and VAT made from the amounts due to us against
our bills, being credited to the concerned Government departments, we shall obtain PAN/TIN
number etc. as required and advise you the details before claming our first on-account bill.
We affirm that the Integrity Pact with the Employer in the format at Annexure VIII (if
applicable) shall be signed by the Lead Member duly witnessed, on behalf of the Joint
Venture/Consortium. All Members including the Lead Member shall comply with the
provision in the Integrity Pact and any violation of the Integrity Pact by any Member shall be
construed as violation by the Joint Venture/Consortium.
Encl: Annexure.
Yours faithfully,
Signature ____________
(Name of Signatory)___________
(Capacity of signatory)_________
Seal
Witness 1
Name
Address
Occupation
Witness 2
Name
Address
Occupation
Note :
1.
To be executed by each Member of the Consortium individually.
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ANNEXURE IV
FORMAT FOR POWER OF ATTORNEY TO AUTHORISED SIGNATORY
POWER OF ATTORNEY
(To be executed on non-judicial stamp paper of the appropriate value in accordance with
relevant Stamp Act. The stamp paper to be in the name of the firm/ company who is issuing
the Power of Attorney).
We, M/s.______ (name of the firm/company with address of the registered office) hereby
constitute, appoint and authorise Mr./Ms.______ (Name and residential address) who is
presently employed with us and holding the position of ______ and whose signature is given
below as our Attorney to do in our name and our behalf all or any of the acts, deeds or things
necessary or incidental to our bid for the work _____ (name of work), including signing
and submission of application/proposal, participating in the meetings, responding to
queries, submission of information / documents and generally to represent us in all the
dealings with RITES/BCCL or any other Government Agency or any person, in connection
with the works until culmination of the process of bidding, till the Contract Agreement is
entered into with BCCL and thereafter till the expiry of the Contract Agreement.
We hereby agree to ratify all acts, deeds and things lawfully done by our said Attorney
pursuant to this Power of Attorney and that all acts, deeds and things done by our aforesaid
Attorney shall always be deemed to have been done by us.
(Add in the case of a Consortium/Joint Venture)
Our firm is a Member/Lead Member of the Consortium of ___________, _________ and
___________.Dated this the _____ day of ______ 20
___________________________________
(Signature and name of authorized signatory)
___________________________________________________________________________
(Signature and name in block letters of all the remaining partners of the firm, Signatory for
the Company)
Seal of firm/ Company
Witness 1:
Witness 2:
Name:
Name:
Address:
Address:
Occupation:
Occupation:
Notes:
To be executed by all the members individually. In case of a Consortium/ JV, the
authorized signatory has to be the one employed by the Lead Member.
-
The mode of execution of the Power of Attorney should be in accordance with the
procedure, if any, laid down by the applicable law and the charter documents of the
executant(s) and when it is so required the same should be under common seal affixed
in accordance with the required procedure.
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ANNEXURE V
FORMAT FOR POWER OF ATTORNEY TO LEAD MEMBER OF CONSORTIUM /
JOINT VENTURE
(To be executed on non-judicial stamp paper of the appropriate value in accordance with
relevant Stamp Act. The stamp paper to be in the name of the company who is issuing the
Power of Attorney)
Whereas ______ RITES Ltd. has invited bids for _______ (Name of work) for and on behalf
of ________ as an Agent /Power of Attorney Holder.
Whereas, the Members of the Consortium comprising of M/s.________, M/s.______,
M/s.______ and M/s._______ (the respective names and addresses of the registered offices to
be given) are interested in bidding for the work and implementing the same in accordance
with the terms and conditions contained in the bid documents.
Whereas, it is necessary for the members of the Consortium to designate one of them as the
Lead Member with all necessary power and authority to do, for and on behalf of the
Consortium, all acts, deeds and things as may be necessary in connection with the
Consortium’s bid for the work.
NOW THIS POWER OF ATTORNEY WITNESSETH THAT
We, M/s._________ , M/s ________ and M/s_________hereby designate M/s. ______ being
one of the members of the Consortium, as the Lead Member of the Consortium, to do on
behalf of the Consortium, all or any of the acts, deeds or things necessary or incidental to the
Consortium’s bid for the work, including submission of application proposal, participating in
meetings, responding to queries, submission of information/documents and generally to
represent the Consortium in all its dealings with RITES or any other Government Agency or
any person, in connection with the work until culmination of the process of bidding till the
contract agreement is entered into with RITES and thereafter till the expiry of the contract
agreement.
We hereby agree to ratify all acts, deeds and things lawfully done by our said Attorney
pursuant to this Power of Attorney and that all acts, deeds and things done by our aforesaid
Attorney shall and shall always be deemed to have been done by us/Consortium.
Dated this the ________ day of _______ 20
_______________
(Signature and Name in Block letters of *All the Partners of the firm / * Authorised Signatory
for the Company)
(* Strike out whichever is not applicable)
Seal of firm / Company
Witness 1
Name:
Address:
Occupation:
Witness 2
Name:
Address:
Occupation:
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Notes:
-
To be executed by all the members individually, in case of a Consortium.
-
The mode of execution of the Power of Attorney should be in accordance with the
procedure, if any laid down by the applicable law and the charter documents of the
executant (s) and when it is so required the same should be under common seal
affixed in accordance with the required procedure.
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Under seal of the firm
ANNEXURE VI
(FORM OF LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE)
(By REGD POST / ACK.DUE)
(On the letter head of BCCL)
NO.
:
Dated :
To
_________________
(Name & Address of the Contractor)
Dear Sirs,
Sub:
TENDER No.
FOR THE WORK OF
Ref:
Your tender dated _________________ and letter dated _____________.
This is to notify you that your Tender for the work under reference has been accepted by the
Competent Authority of BCCL for a total Contract Price of Rs. _______ (Rupees
_____________only).
Pursuant to Clause 1 of the Contract (GCC), you are required to furnish irrevocable
Performance Guarantee for an amount equivalent to 5% (Five percent) of the Contract Price
and an Additional Performance Guarantee for an amount of Rs…………(if applicable). The
Guarantee of amount of Rs.______________ is required to be submitted within ___ days of
issue of this Letter of Acceptance.
The time of ________months allowed for execution of the work will be reckoned from 15
days after the date of issue of this Letter of Acceptance or from the first day of the handing
over of the site, whichever is later, in accordance with phasing, if any, indicated in tender
document.
You are requested to contact _________ (complete designation and address of the project-incharge) or his aothorised representative for further instructions to carry out the contract. It is
to be noted that RITES ltd. has been entrusted with the work of Project Management and
Consultants on behalf of BCCL for this work. However, Engineer in-charge for work will
be……………….
The Paying Authority for the work will be_____________________________
Depot. Officer,_________________________ shall be consignee for the work.
You are also requested to attend this office within Twenty Eight days from the date of issue
of this letter for execution of the formal agreement. In terms of Para 18 of Section-1 of the
Tender documents, you are requested to submit non judicial Stamp paper of Rs.10,000/within 15(fifteen) days of issue of this Letter of acceptance to this effect. It may be noted that
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no payment shall be made for any work carried out by you till the Agreement is executed and
till such time the Performance Guarantee and Additional Performance Guarantee (where
applicable) has/have been submitted by you.
On receipt of letter of acceptance, you shall forthwith Register and obtain Licence from the
competent authority under the Contact Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act 1970, the
Contact Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Central Rules,1971 and submit certified copies of
the same to the execution authorities and to the undersigned.
The arrangement of necessary water for construction purpose shall be your responsibility (at
your own cost). However, if available and feasible, the Compony may arrange water at one
point near the work of site for which recovery @ 1% of the contract value of work done will
be made from your bills.
The arrangement of necessary Electricity for the work will be your responsibility (at your
own cost). However, if available and feasible, the Compony may arrange Electricity at one
point near the work of site for which recovery of cost of energy consumed will be made at
rates prescribed by the Compony time to time. You shall provide energy meter for this
purpose.
You have to engage minimum 20% of required unskilled workers from local project affected
people of nearby villages. The list of PAPs recommended by the concerned Mukhiya is to be
made available by the concerned Area GM and displayed in the Notice Board. Any further
addition-deletion is to be duly certified by the Mukhya. Authorised representative of the
contractual agency is to certify regarding engagement of 20% unskilled workers from
amongst PAPs, based upon which labour payment certificate will only be essued.
This Letter of Acceptance is being sent to you in duplicate and you are requested to return
without delay one copy of the letter duly signed and stamped, as a token of your
acknowledgement.
Kindly note that this Letter of Acceptance shall constitute a binding Contract between us
pending execution of formal Agreement.
Thanking You.
Yours faithfully,
BCCL
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ANNEXURE VII
FORM OF AGREEMENT
(ON NON JUDICIAL STAMP PAPER OF APPROPRIATE VALUE)(Rs.10000/-)
Agreement No. ________ dated _________
THIS AGREEMENT is made on ________ day of ______ Two thousand ________ between
BHARAT COKING COAL LIMITED (a Government of India Enterprise) Koyla Nagar,
Dhanbad – 826005 hereinafter called the Employer (which expression shall, wherever the
context so demands or requires, include their successors in office and assigns) on one part
and M/s.______ hereinafter called the Contractor (which expression shall wherever the
context so demands or requires, include his/ their successors and assigns) of the other part.
WHEREAS the Employer
is desirous that certain works should be executed
viz.___________ (brief description of the work) and has by Letter of Acceptance dated ____
accepted a tender submitted by the Contractor for the execution, completion, remedying of
any defects therein and maintenance of such works at a total Contract Price of Rs. ______
(Rupees ______________ only)
NOW THIS AGREEMENT WITNESSETH as follows:1.
In this agreement words and expressions shall have the same meaning as are
respectively assigned to them in the Conditions of Contract hereinafter referred to.
2.
The following documents in conjunction with addenda/ corrigenda to Tender
Documents shall be deemed to form and be read and construed as part of this
agreement viz.
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
The Letter of Acceptance dated______.
Priced Schedule (Bill) of Quantities
Notice Inviting Tender and Instructions to Tenderers.
RITES Tender and Contract Form
Special Conditions
Schedules A to F.
Technical Specifications
Drawings
Amendments to Tender Documents
General Conditions of Contract (read with upto date Correction Slip)
comprising of
(i) Conditions of Contract
(ii) Clauses of Contract
(iii) RITES Safety Code
(iv) RITES –Model Rules for the protection of Health and Sanitary
arrangements for Workers
(v) RITES---Contractor's Labour Regulations.
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3.
In consideration of the payment to be made by the Employer to the Contractor as
hereinafter mentioned, the Contractor hereby covenants with the Employer to execute,
complete, remedy defects therein and maintain the works in conformity in all respects
with the provisions of the Contract.
4.
The Employer hereby covenants to pay to the Contractor in consideration of the
execution, completion, remedying of any defects therein and maintenance of the
works, the contract price or such other sum as may become payable under the
provisions of the contract at the time and in the manner prescribed by the Contract.
IN WITNESS whereof the parties hereto have caused their respective common seals to be
hereinto affixed (or have herewith set their respective hands and seals) the day and year first
above written.
SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED BY
______________________________
representing BCC L
____________________________
In the capacity of _____
In the presence of
On behalf of M/s. _________
(The Contractor)
Witnesses (Signature, Name &
Designation)
In the presence of
1.
Witnesses (Signature, Name &
Designation)
2.
1.
2.
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ANNEXURE VIII
INTEGRITY PACT
Between
Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL) hereinafter referred to as “The Principal”
And
__________________________ hereinafter referred to as "The Bidder/Contractor"
Preamble
The Principal intends to award, under laid down organizational procedures, contract/s for ------------------------------------------. The Principal values full compliance with all relevant
laws and regulations, and the principles of economic use of resources, and of fairness and
transparency in its relations with its Bidder/s and Contractor/s.
In order to achieve these goals, the Principal cooperates with the renowned international
Non-Governmental Organisation “Transparency International” (TI). Following TI’s
national and international experience, the Principal will appoint an external independent
Monitor who will monitor the tender process and the execution of the contract for
compliance with the principles mentioned above.
Section 1 – Commitments of the Principal
(1)
(2)
The Principal commits itself to take all measures necessary to prevent corruption and
to observe the following principles:i)
No employee of the Principal, personally or through family members, will in
connection with the tender for, or the execution of the contract, demand, take a
promise for or accept, for him/herself or third person, any material or
immaterial benefit which he/she is not legally entitled to.
ii)
The Principal will, during the tender process, treat all Bidders with equity and
reason. The Principal will in particular, before and during the tender process,
provide to all Bidders the same information and will not provide to any Bidder
confidential/additional information through which the Bidder could obtain an
advantage in relation to the tender process or the contract execution.
iii)
The Principal will exclude from the process all known prejudiced persons.
If the Principal obtains information on the conduct of any of his employees which is a
criminal offence under the relevant Anti-Corruption Laws of India, or if there be a
substantive suspicion in this regard, the Principal will inform its Vigilance Officer and
in addition can initiate disciplinary action.
Section– 2: Commitments of the Bidder/Contractor
(1)
The Bidder/Contractor commits himself to take all measures necessary to prevent
corruption. He commits himself to observe the following principles during his
participation in the tender process and during the contract execution.
i)
The Bidder/Contractor will not directly or through any other person or firm,
offer, promise or give to any of the Principal’s employees involved in the
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tender process or the execution of the contract or to any third person any
material or other benefit which he/she is not legally entitled to, in order to
obtain in exchange any advantage of any kind whatsoever during the tender
process or during the execution of the contract.
(2)
ii)
The Bidder/Contractor will not enter with other Bidders into any undisclosed
agreement or understanding, whether formal or informal. This applies in
particular to prices, specifications, certifications, subsidiary contracts,
submission or non-submission of bids or any other actions, to restrict
competitiveness or to introduce cartelization in the bidding process.
iii)
The Bidder/Contractor will not commit any offence under the relevant AntiCorruption Laws of India, further the Bidde/Contractor will not use
improperly, for purposes of competition or personal gain, or pass on to others,
any information or document provided by the Principal as part of the business
relationship, regarding plans, technical proposals and business details,
including information contained or transmitted electronically.
iv)
The Bidder/Contractor will, when presenting his bid, disclose any and all
payments he has made, is committed to or intends to make to agents, brokers
or any other intermediaries in connection with the award of the contract.
The Bidder/ Contractor will not instigate third persons to commit offences outlined
above or be an accessory to such offences.
Section- 3: Disqualification from tender process and exclusion from future contracts
If the Bidder, before contract award has committed a transgression through a violation of
Section 2 or in any other form such as to put his reliability or credibility as Bidder into
question, the Principal is entitled to disqualify the Bidder from the tender process or to
terminate the contract, if already signed, for such reason.
1.
If the Bidder/Contractor has committed a transgression through a violation of Section
2 such as to put his reliability or credibility into question, the Principal is entitled also to
exclude the Bidder/Contractor from future contract award processes. The imposition and
duration of the exclusion will be determined by the severity of the transgression. The
severity will be determined by the circumstances of the case, in particular the number of
transgressions, the position of the transgressions within the company hierarchy of the
Bidder and the amount of the damage. The exclusion will be imposed for a minimum of 6
months and maximum of 3 years.
2.
The Bidder accepts and undertakes to respect and uphold the Principal’s absolute
right to resort to and impose such exclusion and further accepts and undertakes not to
challenge or question such exclusion on any ground, including the lack of any hearing
before the decision to resort to such exclusion is taken. This undertaking is given freely and
after obtaining independent legal advice.
3.
If the Bidder/Contractor can prove that he has restored/recouped the damage caused
by him and has installed a suitable corruption prevention system, the Principal may revoke
the exclusion prematurely.
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4.
A transgression is considered to have occurred if in light of available evidence no
reasonable doubt is possible.
Section- 4: Compensation for Damages
1.
If the Principal has disqualified the Bidder from the tender process prior to the award
according to Section 3, the Principal is entitled to demand and recover from the Bidder
liquidated damages equivalent to 3 % of the value of the offer or the amount equivalent to
Earnest Money Deposit/Bid Security, whichever is higher.
2.
If the Principal has terminated the contract according to Section 3, or if the Principal
is entitled to terminate the contract according to section 3, the Principal shall be entitled to
demand and recover from the Contractor liquidated damages equivalent to 5% of the
contract value or the amount equivalent to Security Deposit/Performance Bank Guarantee,
whichever is higher.
3. The bidder agrees and undertakes to pay the said amounts without protest or demur
subject only to condition that if the Bidder/Contractor can prove and establish that the
exclusion of the Bidder from the tender process or the termination of the contract after the
contract award has caused no damage or less damage than the amount or the liquidated
damages, the Bidder/Contractor shall compensate the Principal only to the extent of the
damage in the amount proved.
Section -5: Previous transgression
(1) The Bidder declares that no previous transgression occurred in the last 3 years with any
other Company in any country conforming to the TI approach or with any other Public
Sector Enterprise in India that could justify his exclusion from the tender process.
(2) If the Bidder makes incorrect statement on this subject, he can be disqualified from the
tender process or the contract, if already awarded, can be terminated for such reason.
Section -6: Equal treatment of all Bidders/Contractors/Sub-Contractors
(1)
The Bidder/Contractor undertakes to demand from all sub-contractors a commitment
in conformity with this Integrity Pact and to submit it to the Principal before contract
signing.
(2)
The Principal will enter into agreements with identical conditions as this one with all
Bidders, Contractors and Subcontractors.
(3)
The Principal will disqualify from the tender process all bidders who do not sign this
Pact or violate its provisions.
Section -7: Criminal charges against violating Bidders/Contractors/Sub-Contractors
If the Principal obtains knowledge of conduct of a Bidder, Contractor or Partners/SubContractor, or of an employee or a representative or an associate of a Bidder, Contractor or
Sub-Contractor, which constitutes corruption, or if the Principal has substantive suspicion in
this regard, the Principal will inform the Vigilance Officer.
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Section 8 – External Independent Monitor/Monitors
(Three in number depending on the size of the contract)
(To be decided by the Chairperson of the Principal)
1. The Principal appoints competent and credible external independent Monitor for this
Pact. The task of the Monitor is to review independently and objectively, whether and to
what extent the parties comply with the obligations under this agreement.
2. The Monitor is not subject to instructions by the representatives of the parties and
performs his functions neutrally and independently. He reports to the Chairperson of the
Board of the Principal.
3. The Contractor accepts that the Monitor has the right to access without restriction to all
Project documentation of the Principal including that provided by the Contractor. The
Contractor will also grant the Monitor, upon his request and demonstration of a valid
interest, unrestricted and unconditional access to his project documentation. The same is
applicable to Subcontractors. The Monitor is under contractual obligation to treat the
information and documents of the Bidder/Contractor/Subcontractor with confidentiality.
4. The Principal will provide to the Monitor sufficient information about all meetings
among the parties related to the Project provided such meetings could have an impact on
the contractual relations between the Principal and the Contractor. The parties offer to
the Monitor the option to participate in such meetings.
5. As soon as the Monitor notices, or believes to notice, a violation of this agreement, he
will so inform the Management of the Principal and request the Management to
discontinue or heal the violation, or to take other relevant action. The monitor can in
this regard submit non-binding recommendations. Beyond this, the Monitor has no right
to demand from the parties that they act in a specific manner, refrain from action or
tolerate action.
6. The Monitor will submit a written report to the Chairperson of the Board of the Principal
within 8 to 10 weeks from the date of reference or intimation to him by the ‘Principal’
and, should the occasion arise, submit proposals for correcting problematic situations.
7. Monitor shall be entitled to compensation on the same terms as being extended
to/provided to Outside Expert Committee members/Chairman as prevailing with
Principal.
8. If the Monitor has reported to the Chairperson of the Board a substantiated suspicion of
an offence under relevant Anti-Corruption Laws of India, and the Chairperson has not,
within reasonable time, taken visible action to proceed against such offence or reported
it to the Vigilance Office, the Monitor may also transmit this information directly to the
Central Vigilance Commissioner, Government of India.
9.
The word ‘Monitor’ would include both singular and plural.
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Section–9: Pact Duration
This Pact begins when both parties have legally signed it. It expires for the Contractor 12
months after the last payment under the respective contract, and for all other Bidders 6
months after the contract has been awarded.
If any claim is made/lodged during this time the same shall be binding and continue to be
valid despite the lapse of this pact specified above, unless it is discharged/determined by
Chairperson of the Principal.
Section-10: Other Provisions
1. This agreement is subject to Indian Law. Place of performance and jurisdiction is the
Registered Office of the Principal, i.e. Dhanbad.
2. Changes and supplements as well as termination notices need to be made in writing.
Side agreements have not been made.
3. If the Contractor is a partnership or a consortium, this agreement must be, signed by all
partners or consortium members.
4. Should one or several provisions of this agreement turn out to be invalid, the remainder of
this agreement remains valid. In this case, the parties will strive to come to an agreement
to their original intensions.
-------------------------------For the Principal
------------------------------For the Bidder/Contractor
Place……………………
Witness 1 : ………………………………
Date ……………………
Witness 2 : ………………………………
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ANNEXURE -IX
Guidelines on Banning of Business Dealings
1.
Introduction
1.1
BCCL, being a Public Sector Enterprise and ‘State’, within the meaning of Article 12
of Constitution of India, has to ensure preservation of rights enshrined in Chapter III
of the Constitution. BCCL has also to safeguard its commercial interests. It is not in
the interest of BCCL to deal with Agencies who commit deception, fraud or other
misconduct in the execution of contracts awarded / orders issued to them. In order to
ensure compliance with the constitutional mandate, it is incumbent on BCCL to
observe principles of natural justice before banning the business dealings with any
Agency.
1.2
Since banning of business dealings involves civil consequences for an Agency
concerned, it is incumbent that adequate opportunity of hearing is provided and the
explanation, if tendered, is considered before passing any order in this regard keeping
in view the facts and circumstances of the case.
2.
2.1
Scope
The procedure of (i) Suspension and (ii) Banning of Business Dealing with Agencies,
has been laid down in these guidelines.
2.2
It is clarified that these guidelines do not deal with the decision of the Management
not to entertain any particular Agency due to its poor/ inadequate performance or for
any other reason.
2.3
The banning shall be with prospective effect, i.e., future business dealings.
3.
Definitions
In these Guidelines, unless the context otherwise requires:
i)
`Bidder / Contractor / Supplier’ in the context of these guidelines is indicated
as ‘Agency’.
ii)
‘Competent Authority’ and ‘Appellate Authority’ shall mean the following:
a)
b)
iii)
The Project Officer, Patherdih 5 MTPA NLW Washery, BCCL, shall
be the ‘Competent Authority’ for the purpose of these guidelines.
Director (P & P), BCCL shall be the ‘Appellate Authority’ in respect of
such cases.
CMD, BCCL shall have overall power to take suo-moto action on any
information available or received by him and pass such order(s) as he
may think appropriate, including modifying the order(s) passed by any
authority under these guidelines.
‘Investigating Department’ shall mean any Department, Division or Unit
investigating into the conduct of the Agency and shall include the Vigilance
Department, Central Bureau of Investigation, the State Police or any other
department set up by the Central or State Government having powers to
investigate.
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4.
Initiation of Banning / Suspension:
Action for banning / suspension business dealings with any Agency should be
initiated by the department/ unit having business dealings with them after noticing the
irregularities or misconduct on their part.
5.
Suspension of Business Dealings
5.1
If the conduct of any Agency dealing with BCCL is under investigation by any
department, the Competent Authority may consider whether the allegations under
investigation are of a serious nature and whether pending investigation, it would be
advisable to continue business dealing with the Agency. If the Competent Authority,
after consideration of the matter including the recommendation of the Investigating
Department/Unit, if any, decides that it would not be in the interest to continue
business dealings pending investigation, it may suspend business dealings with the
Agency. The order to this effect may indicate a brief of the charges under
investigation. The order of such suspension would operate for a period not more than
six months and may be communicated to the Agency as also to the Investigating
Department.
The Investigating Department/Unit may ensure that their investigation is completed
and whole process of final order is over within such period.
5.2
As far as possible, the existing contract(s) with the Agency may be continued unless
the Competent Authority, having regard to the circumstances of the case, decides
otherwise.
5.3
If the Agency concerned asks for detailed reasons of suspension, the Agency may be
informed that its conduct is under investigation. It is not necessary to enter into
correspondence or argument with the Agency at this stage.
5.4
It is not necessary to give any show-cause notice or personal hearing to the Agency
before issuing the order of suspension. However, if investigations are not complete in
six months time, the Competent Authority may extend the period of suspension by
another three months, during which period the investigations must be completed.
6.
Grounds on which Banning of Business Dealings can be initiated
6.1
If the security consideration, including questions of loyalty of the Agency to the State,
so warrants;
6.2
If the Director / Owner of the Agency, proprietor or partner of the firm, is convicted
by a Court of Law for offences involving moral turpitude in relation to its business
dealings with the Government or any other public sector enterprises or BCCL, during
the last five years;
6.3
If there is strong justification for believing that the Directors, Proprietors, Partners,
owner of the Agency have been guilty of malpractices such as bribery, corruption,
fraud, substitution of tenders, interpolations, etc;
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6.4
If the Agency employs a public servant dismissed / removed or employs a person
convicted for an offence involving corruption or abetment of such offence;
6.5
If business dealings with the Agency have been banned by the Govt. or any other
public sector enterprise;
6.6
If the Agency has resorted
misrepresentation of facts;
6.7
If the Agency uses intimidation / threatening or brings undue outside pressure on the
Company (BCCL) or its official in acceptance / performances of the job under the
contract;
6.8
If the Agency indulges in repeated and / or deliberate use of delay tactics in
complying with contractual stipulations;
6.9
Based on the findings of the investigation report of CBI / Police against the Agency
for malafide / unlawful acts or improper conduct on his part in matters relating to the
Company (BCCL) or even otherwise;
6.10
Established litigant nature of the Agency to derive undue benefit;
6.11
Continued poor performance of the Agency in several contracts;
to
Corrupt,
fraudulent
practices
including
(Note: The examples given above are only illustrative and not exhaustive. The
Competent Authority may decide to ban business dealing for any good and sufficient
reason).
7.
Banning of Business Dealings
7.1
A decision to ban business dealings with any Agency shall apply throughout the
Company.
7.2
If the Competent Authority is prima-facie of view that action for banning business
dealings with the Agency is called for, a show-cause notice may be issued to the
Agency as per Paragraph 8.1 and an enquiry held accordingly.
8.
Show-cause Notice
8.1
In case where the Competent Authority decides that action against an Agency is
called for, a show-cause notice has to be issued to the Agency. Statement containing
the imputation of misconduct or mis-behavior may be appended to the show-cause
notice and the Agency should be asked to submit within 30 days a written statement
in its defence. If no reply is received, the decision may be taken ex-parte.
8.2
If the Agency requests for inspection of any relevant document in possession of
BCCL, necessary facility for inspection of documents may be provided.
8.3
After considering the reply of the Agency and other circumstances and facts of the
case, a final decision for Company-wide banning shall be taken by the Competent
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Authority. The Competent Authority may consider and pass an appropriate speaking
order:
a) For exonerating the Agency if the charges are not established;
b) For banning the business dealing with the Agency.
8.4
The decision should be communicated to the Agency concerned along with a reasoned
order. If it decided to ban business dealings, the period for which the ban would be
operative may be mentioned.
9.
9.1
Appeal against the Decision of the Competent Authority
The Agency may file an appeal against the order of the Competent Authority banning
business dealing, etc. The appeal shall lie to Appellate Authority. Such an appeal shall
be preferred within one month from the date of receipt of the order banning business
dealing, etc.
9.2
Appellate Authority would consider the appeal and pass appropriate order which shall
be communicated to the Agency as well as the Competent Authority.
10.
Review of the Decision by the Competent Authority
Any petition / application filed by the Agency concerning the review of the banning
order passed originally by Competent Authority under the existing guidelines either
before or after filing of appeal before the Appellate Authority or after disposal of
appeal by the Appellate Authority, the review petition can be decided by the
Competent Authority upon disclosure of new facts /circumstances or subsequent
development necessitating such review.
11.
Circulation of the names of Agencies with whom Business Dealings have been
banned.
Depending upon the gravity of misconduct established, the Competent Authority of
RITES may circulate the names of Agency with whom business dealings have been
banned, to the Ministry of Railways and PSUs of Railways, for such action as they
deem appropriate.
11.1
11.2
If Ministry of Railways or a Public Sector Undertaking of Railways request for more
information about the Agency with whom business dealings have been banned a copy
of the report of Inquiring Authority together with a copy of the order of the
Competent Authority/ Appellate Authority may be supplied.
12.
12.1
Restoration
The validity of the banning order shall be for a specific time & on expiry of the same,
the banning order shall be considered as "withdrawn".
12.2
In case any agency applies for restoration of business prior to the expiry of the ban
order, depending upon merits of each case, the Competent Authority which had
passed the original banning orders may consider revocation of order of suspension of
business/lifting the ban on business dealings at an appropriate time. Copies of the
restoration orders shall be sent to all those offices where copies of Ban Orders had
been sent.
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ANNEXURE -X
FORMS OF BID AND QUALIFICATION INFORMATION
(To be filled in by the bidder)
PART-I
CONTRACTOR'S BID
Sub : BID for the
Work_____________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
To :
The Project Officer,
Patherdih 5 MTPA NLW Washery
BCCL.
Dear Sir,
We offer to execute the Works described above in accordance with the Conditions of
Contract accompanying the Bidding Document issued to us. The Bid Security/Earnest
Money in accordance with the NIT and Instructions to Bidders amounting to `
....................... ( in figures ) .......................... ....................................................... ( in words )
in the form as stipulated in Clause --- of the Instructions to Bidders is enclosed herewith( to
be filled in by the Bidder ).
This Bid and your written acceptance of it shall constitute a binding contract between
us . We understand that you are not bound to accept the lowest or any Bid you receive.
We hereby confirm that this Bid complies with the Bid validity and Bid security
required by the Bidding documents. We also confirm that E.M.D. and other required
documentary evidences related to this part of the Bid are enclosed ( As listed below )
herewith either in original/ copies attested by Gazetted Officer/ copies duly authenticated
by us with signature and seal along with affidavit as per the format provided in the bid
document..
Yours faithfully,
Authorised Signature : _______________________________
Name and Title of the Signatory : ______________________
Name of the Bidder : _________________ (the Contractor )
Address
: _____________________________
Date
:_______________________________
(To be filled in by the Bidder )
Enclo :
i) EMD of Rs. ________________________ vide __________ dt.
ii)
iii)
iv)
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ANNEXURE -XI
Format for Affidavit:
Non-Judicial Stamp Paper.
AFFIDAVIT.
I, ..................................................................................., Partner/Legal Attorney/Accredited
Representative of
M/S. ...................................................................., solemnly declare that:
1.
We
are
submitting
Tender
Work………………....................................................................
...................................................................against
Tender
......................... dated……..
of
for
the
Notice
No.
2.
None of the Partners of our firm is relative
............................................... (Name of the Company)
employee
of
3.
All information furnished by us in respect of fulfillment of eligibility criteria and
qualification information of this Tender is complete, correct and true.
4.
All documents / credentials submitted along with this Tender are genuine,
authentic, true and valid.
5.
If any information and document submitted is found to be false/ incorrect at any
time, department may cancel my Tender and action as deemed fit may be taken
against us, including termination of the contract, forfeiture of all dues including
Earnest Money and banning/ delisting of our firm and all partners of the firm etc.
Signature of the tenderer,
Dated ..........................
Seal of Notary
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ANNEXURE -XII
PROFORMA OF BANK GUARANTEE FOR PERFORMANCE SECURITY
Bharat Coking Coal Ltd.
Koyla Bhawan, Koyla Nagar
Dhanbad- 826005
Dear Sir,
In consideration of M/s Bharat Coking Coal Ltd. having its registered office at
Koyla Bhawan, Koyla Nagar, Dhanbad (hereinafter called “the Company” which
expression shall unless repugnant to the subject or context includes its successors and
assign) having agreed under the terms and conditions contained in letter
No…………….dated………issued in favour of M/s. ………….. for …………(hereinafter
referred to as “the contractor”) to accept the Deed of guarantee as herein provided for
Rs……….. from the Schedule/Nationalised Bank in lieu of security deposit to be made by
M/s…………(hereinafter called “the contractor”) or in lieu of deduction to be made from
the contractor’s bill, for the due fulfillment of the terms and conditions contained in the
said contract by the contractor, we the …………..Bank ( hereinafter referred to as the said
Bank) having its Registered Office at…………do hereby undertake and agreed to pay the
company to the extent of Rs. ……….on demand stating that the amount claimed by the
company is due and payable by the contractor for the reasons of failure/negligence in
performing the terms and conditions contained in the contract by the buyer and to
unconditionally pay the amount claimed by the company on demand without any demur to
the extent aforesaid.
We, the………Bank agree that the company shall be the sole judge as to whether
the said contractor has failed/neglected in performing any of the terms and conditions of
the said contract and the decision of the company in this behalf shall be final and binding
on us.
We, the said bank further agree that the Guarantee herein contained shall remain in
full force and effect upto………..and any claim received after the said date shall in no case
bind the Bank.
The company shall have the fullest liberty without affecting in any way the liability
of the Bank under this guarantee or indemnity from time to time vary any of the terms and
conditions of the said contract or to extend the time of performance by the said contractor
or to postpone any time and from time to time any of the powers exercisable by it against
the said contractor and either to enforce or to forebear from enforcing any of the terms and
conditions governing the said contract or securities available to the company and the said
Bank shall not be released from its liability under theses presents.
Notwithstanding anything contained herein the liability of the said Bank under this
guarantee is restricted to Rs……….and this guarantee shall come into force from the date
hereof and shall remain in full force and effect till……..Unless the written demand or claim
under this guarantee is made by the Company with us on or before ……….all rights of the
company under this guarantee shall cease to have any effect and we shall be relieved and
discharged from our liabilities hereunder.
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We the said Bank lastly undertake not to revoke this guarantee during its currency
except with the previous consent of the company in writing and agree that any change in
the constitution of the said contractor or the said bank shall not discharge our liability
hereunder.
This guaranteed issued by Sri…………..who is authorized by the Bank
The Bank Guarantee as referred above shall be payable at Kolkata Branch/Dhanbad
Branch at………………( please specify name of Branch with address)
Signature of the authorised person
For and on behalf of the Bank
Place:………
Date…
Under jurisdiction of DHANBAD court only.
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ANNEXURE -XIII
PROFORMA OF BANK GUARANTEE IN LIEU OF
BID SECURITY / EARNEST MONEY.
To
M/s. Bharat Coking coal Limited,
Koyla Bhawan, Dist : Dhanbad- 826005.
Dear Sir,
In consideration of the “Bharat Coking coal Limited” having its Registered Office at
Dhanbad ( hereinafter called “ the Company” which expression shall unless repugnant to
the subject or context includes its successors and assigns) having agreed to accept from M/s ------------------------------- having its registered office at --------------- (herein after called ‘the
said tenderer” which expression shall unless repugnant to the subject or context includes its
successors and assigns) a Bank Guarantee from a Nationalised /Scheduled Bank in lieu of
deposit of Bid Security/ Earnest money in Cash/Bank draft for the due fulfillment of the
terms and conditions contained in the tender No---------------- dated------------------, we ------------- Bank (hereinafter referred to as the Bank) having its office ---------------- do hereby
undertake to pay to the company an amount not exceeding Rs------------- on demand by the
company for the reason of any breach by the tenderer of any of the terms and conditions
contained in the said Tender. The decision of the company as to whether any such breach
having been committed by the tenderer shall be final and binding on us.
1.
We------------------------------ Bank do hereby undertake to pay an amount due and
payable under this guarantee without any demur merely on a demand from the
company stating that the amount claimed is due from the tenderer for the reason of
breach by the said tenderer of any of the terms and conditions contained in the said
tender or for the reason of the tenderer failing to keep the Tender valid. Any such
demand made on the Bank shall be conclusive. As regards the amount due and
payable by the Bank under this Guarantee shall be restricted to an amount not
exceeding Rs------------------.
2.
We, the said Bank further agree that the Guarantee herein contained shall come into
force from the date hereof and shall remain in full force and effect till a demand or
claim under this guarantee is made on us in writing on or before the---------------- .
We shall discharge from all liability under this Guarantee thereafter.
3.
We, the said Bank lastly undertake not to revoke this Guarantee during its currency
except with the previous consent of the company in writing and agree that any
change in the constitution of the said tenderer or the Bank shall not discharge our
liability hereunder,
4.
This Guarantee is issued by Sri------------------------ who is authorised by the Bank.
Dated ,this ------------------------- day of --------------------- 20-The Bank Guarantee as referred above shall be payable at Kolkata Branch/Dhanbad Branch
at………………( please specify name of Branch with address)
Signature of the authorised person
For and on behalf of the Bank.
Place:
Date:
Under jurisdiction of DHANBAD court only.
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ANNEXURE -XIV
PROFORMA FOR ELECTRONIC MODE PAYMENT
FOR PAYMENT TO SUPPLIERS / CONTRACTORS
PROFORMA FOR COLLECTING PAYMENT THROUGH ELECTRONIC MODE
INCLUDING ELECTRONIC FUND TRANSFER (EFT) & ELECTRONIC CLEARING
SYSTEM (ECS)
(To be submitted in triplicate)
1
VENDOR/SUPPLIER/CONTRCTOR/CUSTOMER’S
NAME & ADDRESS ( With Telephone No and Fax)
2
PARTICULARS OF BANK ACCOUNT
A) BANK NAME
B) (i) BRANCH NAME (including RTGS code)
(ii) ADDRESS
(iii) TELEPHONE NO & FAX NO.
C) 9 – DIGIT CODE NUMBER OF THE BANK AND
BRANCH
( appearing on the MICR cheque issued on the bank) OR
5 – DIGIT CODE NO OF SBI
D) ACCOUNT TYPE
(S.B.Account/Current Account OR Cash Credit with
code 10/11/13)
E) LEDGER NO/LEDGER FOLIO NO.
F) ACCOUNT NUMBER ( Core Banking) & Style of
Account ( As appearing in the cheque Book)
3 DATE OF EFFECT
I hereby declare that the particulars given above are correct and complete. If the transaction is
delayed or not effected at all for reasons of incomplete or incorrect information, I would not
hold the user institution responsible. I have read the option invitation letter and agree to
discharge responsibility expected of me as a participant under the scheme. Any Bank charges
levied by the Bank of such e- Transfer shall be borne by us.
Date:(
)
Signature of the CUSTOMER/ VENDOR/
SUPPLIER/CONTRCTOR
Certified that the particulars furnished above are correct as per our records.
(
)
Signature of the AUTHORIZED OFFICIALS FROM THE BANK
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ANNEXURE – XV
Undertaking
( To be furnished by the bidders who has downloaded the Tender document )
I,
………………………………….……….
Partner/Legal
Attorney/Accredited
Representative of M/s. …………………………………….. do hereby undertake that :
1. Tender document submitted by us is downloaded from website (http://www.tenders.gov.in
/ www.bccl.gov.in/ www.rites.com ) and is same as available in the website and their tender
shall be rejected if any tempering in the tender document is found to be done at the time of
opening and evaluation of tender.
2. In case of any discrepancy between the tender document downloaded from the website and
the master copy available in the office, the later shall prevail and will be binding on us. I / we
shall have no claim on this account.
Signature of tenderer
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Section - 2
TENDER & CONTRACT FORM
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SECTION 2
TENDER AND CONTRACT FOR WORKS
To
Bharat Coking Coal Limited(BCCL)
(The Accepting Authority)
_______________________
1.
I/We have read and examined the Notice Inviting Tender and Instructions to
Tenderers,
Conditions
of
Contract,
Clauses
of
Contract,
Special
Conditions/Specifications, Schedule of Rates, Schedules A to F, Specifications
applicable, Drawings and Designs, Schedule of Quantities, other documents and rules
referred to in the Conditions of Contract and all other contents contained in the
Tender Document for the work.
2.
I/We hereby tender for the execution and completion of the work and remedy any
defects therein, specified in the Schedule of Quantities within the time specified in
Schedule “F”, and in accordance in all respects with the specifications, designs,
drawings and instructions in writing referred to in Notice Inviting Tender and
Instructions to Tenderers and in Clause 11 of the Clauses of Contract and with such
materials as are provided for, by, and in respects in accordance with, such conditions
so far as applicable.
3.
We agree that our tender shall remain valid for a period of 4(Four) months from the
date of submission thereof and not to make any modifications in its terms and
conditions.
4.
A sum of Rs 36,34,025/- (Rupees Thirty Six Lakhs Thirty Four Thousand Twentyfive)
only is hereby forwarded in the form of Banker’s Cheque/Demand Draft/Bank
Guarantee drawn on any Schedule Bank issued in favour of “Bharat Coking Coal
Limited”, payable at Dhanbad as the Earnest Money.
5.
If I/We withdraw my/our tender during the period of tender validity or before issue of
Letter of Acceptance whichever is earlier or make modifications in the Terms and
Conditions of the Tender which are not acceptable to the Employer, then the
Employer shall, without prejudice to any other right or remedy, be at liberty to forfeit
entire Earnest Money absolutely.
6.
If I/We fail to furnish the prescribed Performance Guarantee and Additional
Performance Guarantee (if applicable) within prescribed period, I/We agree that the
said Employer shall, without prejudice to any other right or remedy, be at liberty to
forfeit the said Earnest Money absolutely.
7.
If, I/We fail to commence the work within the specified period, I/We agree that the
Employer shall, without prejudice to any other right or remedy available in law, be at
liberty to forfeit the Earnest Money and Performance Guarantee and Additional
Performance Guarantee (if applicable) absolutely.
8.
Further, I/We hereby agree that in case of forfeiture of Earnest Money or both Earnest
Money & Performance Guarantee and Additional Performance Guarantee (if
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applicable) as aforesaid in Paras 5 to 7, I/We shall be debarred for participation in retendering process of the work.
9.
On issue of Letter of Acceptance by the Employer, I/We agree that the said Earnest
Money shall be retained by the Employer towards Security Deposit, to execute all the
works referred to in the Tender document upon the Terms and Conditions contained
or referred to therein and to carry out such deviations as may be ordered, upto
maximum of the percentage mentioned in Schedule F, and those in excess of that limit
at the rates to be determined in accordance with the provisions contained in Clause
12.2 and 12.3 of the tender form.
10.
I/We hereby agree that I/ We shall sign the Formal Agreement with the Employer
within 28 days from the date of issue of Letter of Acceptance. In case of any delay,
I/We agree that we shall not submit any Bill for Payment till the Contract Agreement
is signed.
11.
I/We hereby declare that I/We shall treat the tender documents, drawings and other
records connected with the work as secret/confidential documents and shall not
communicate information derived there from to any person other than a person to
whom I/We am/are authorized to communicate the same or use the information in any
manner prejudicial to the safety of the Employer/State.
12.
I/We hereby declare that I/We have not laid down any condition/deviation to any
content of Technical Bid and/or Financial Bid. I/We agree that in case any condition
is found to be quoted by us in the Technical and/or Financial Bid, my/our Tender may
be rejected.
13.
I/We understand that the Employer is not bound to accept the lowest or any tender he
may receive. I/We also understand that the Employer reserves the right to accept the
whole or any part of the tender and I/We shall be bound to perform the same at the
rates quoted.
14.
Until a formal agreement is prepared and executed, this bid together with our written
acceptance thereof shall constitute a binding contract between us and BCCL.
15.
I am/We are signing this Tender offer in my / our capacity as one/those authorized to
sign on behalf of my/our company/as one holding the Power of Attorney issued in my
favour as Lead Member by the Members of the Joint Venture.
Signature of Authorized Person/s
Date
Name/s & Title of Signatory
Name of Tenderer
Postal Address
Seal
Witness
Signature
Name
Postal Address
Occupation
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Section - 3
1.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
2.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR SUPPLY OF
BALLAST
3.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
FOR THERMIT WELDING
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Section – 3
1. SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
1.1
SITE FAMILIARIZATION CERTIFICATE: - The tenderers should visit the
worksite, acquaint themselves with site conditions, approach roads, availability of
materials, lead of materials etc. and should submit the certificate in Proforma 4 of
section 1.
1.2
The Contractor has to work along with other agencies in and around the area allotted
for his works. He should execute all his works in complete co-ordination and cooperation with all such agencies and provide access to other agencies so that at no
time either his work or the work of other agencies is stopped or delayed. In case of
any dispute in this regard, the decision of Engineer-in-charge or his representative
will be final and binding on the Contractor. No claim for idle labour, plant and
machinery under any circumstances, will be entertained by the BCCL/RITES.
1.3
For work close to railway line, road, telephone line, power line (both underground
and overhead) and structures, all precautions should be taken for ensuring that during
the execution of the work no damage is caused to such assets and also no obstruction
is caused to the live lines or movement of trains/road traffic.
1.4
SERVICE ROAD: - Contractor will provide service road/roads for movement of
materials as per direction of Engineer-in-charge. Contractor will also maintain these
service roads in safe and fit condition at his own cost. He will however have no
authority to prevent use of such roads by BCCL/RITES and other bonafide
contractors working at site. BCCL/RITES will, however, have the authority to
disallow any movement on the road, which in their opinion is not in the interest of
work. If the contractor fails to provide service road to the satisfaction of the Engineerin-charge it will be provided by the Engineer-in-charge at Contractor’s cost. However
in case any such road is not required for the purpose of the work, nothing shall be
deducted from contractor’s payments on this account.
1.5
The contractor is required to execute the work in stretches/areas which are made
available to him and which may or may not be in continuous stretches. Decision of
Engineer-in-charge shall be final in this regard and binding on the contractor
.
1.6
Contractor shall have no claim if the stretches /areas are not available for the
construction /repair at the same time. Also no extra time shall be permitted on this
account.
1.7
The contractor shall provide a detailed schedule of work along with material and
labour deployment on monthly basis and revise or update the same through a report
quarterly basis.
1.8
The contractor will be required to establish a field laboratory for testing of
compaction of earthwork/blanketing material, aggregates, bricks, concrete, bitumen,
and other materials etc. The Contractor shall provide qualified personnel to run the
laboratory for the duration of the Contract. The number of staff and equipment
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available must at all times be sufficient to keep pace with the sampling and testing
programme as required by the Engineer-in-charge or his authorized representative.
1.9
The contractor shall procure all the materials well in advance so that there is
sufficient time for testing of the materials and clearance of the same before using in
the works. Testing of the materials i.e. concrete cubes / reinforcement steel / moorum
/ earth / stone dust / cement / aggregate / ballast and any other materials shall be
carried out in Govt Engineering College, National Test House, RITES Laboratory or
any other approved laboratories as directed by Engineer In charge or his authorized
representative and as per the frequency mentioned in QAP (Quality Assurance Plan)
of RITES. Cost of testing of materials shall be borne by the contractor.
1.10
The concreting work shall be done with proper and assured system of curing in duly
identified areas with date of concreting marked in paint. In hot weather the contractor
shall take relevant care to cover the work with wet gunny bags/ Hessian cloth or use
continuous sprinkling of water on surface so as to keep the surface wet.
1.11
The contractor shall, after completion of work, clear the site of all debris and left over
materials, at his own expense to the entire satisfaction of Engineer In charge or his
authorized representative.
1.11
Contractor should be registered with the concerned department of Employees
Provident Fund Organization (EPFO). No payment shall be released to the
contractor until and unless the contractor submit the registration certificate and
upto date deposit receipt of provident fund due to be deposited by him.
1.12.1 At the time of submission of RA/Final bill a certificate shall be submitted by the
contractor regarding up to date clearance of payment to his/their sub contractors,
vendors, suppliers, labour contractor etc. if any.
1.12.2 Contractor shall submit to RITES/BCCL the entry challan of incoming materials like
cement, steel, Admixture, P. Way fittings, welding materials etc. for verification of
Stores and record.
1.12.3 Contractor should maintain the daily cement consumption & steel consumption
register. Engineer - in - charge or his representative may check the registers and the
challans at any time.
1.13
NIGHT WORK:- The contractor would be required to carry out the work even at
night, without conferring any right on the contractor for claiming for extra payment
for introducing night working. The decision of the Engineer-in-charge in this regard
will be final and binding on the contractor. Contractor shall make his own
arrangement for sufficient illumination at site. Nothing extra will be paid for doing
works at night.
1.14
FIRST AID:-The contractor shall maintain in a readily accessible place first aid
appliance including an adequate supply of sterilized dressing and sterilized cotton
wool. The appliances shall be placed under the charge of responsible person who
shall be readily available during working hours.
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1.15
1.16
The contractor shall also provide, fix & be responsible for the maintenance of all
stakes, templates profiles, levels marks, points etc. and must take all necessary
precautions to prevent these being removed altered or disturbed and will be held
responsible for the consequences of such removal, alteration or disturbances should
the same take place and for their efficient reinstatement.
HANDING OVER OF SITE :-
1.16.1 Efforts will be made by the Employer to hand over the site to the Contractor free of
encumbrance. However, in case of any delay in handing over of the site to the
Contractor, the Employer shall only consider suitable extension of time for the
execution of the work. It should be clearly understood that the Employer shall not
consider any other compensation whatsoever on this account viz. towards idleness of
contractor’s labour equipment etc.
1.16.2 The Employer reserves the right to hand over the site in parts progressively to the
Contractor. The Contractor will be required to do the work on such released-fronts in
parts without any reservation whatsoever.
1.16.3 The access roads near, to the work site may not be available at the time of
Mobilisation by the Contractor. The Contractor shall plan his work within the plant
area as per available roads at site. All drainage of works area and all other weather
truckable/haulage roads as required by the Contractor shall be constructed and
maintained during the construction period by the Contractor at his own cost.
1.17
The Contractor has to make temporary diversion of course of water during execution
of any work conveniently free of cost.
1.18
An experienced Surveyor should be deployed at site by the contractor along with
Total Station or equivalent equipments. Nothing extra will be paid for deploying
experienced Surveyor or equipments.
1.19
The Contractor will bear all the charges of design mix and the charges for testing of
materials.
1.20
Contractor will have to arrange water supply and electricity connection at his own
expenses for his own establishments.
1.21
Contractor’s rate shall be inclusive of cost of dewatering/shoring wherever required.
No extra payment shall be made for any type of dewatering/shoring during execution
of the work.
2.
The tenderer shall hold the offer open till such date as may be specified in the tender. It
is understood that the tender documents have been sold/issued to the tenderer and
the tenderer is being permitted to tender in consideration of the stipulations on his part
that after submitting his tender, he will not resile from his offer or modify the
terms and conditions thereof, in a manner not acceptable to RITES/BCCL.
3.
If a tenderer expires after the submission of his tender or after the acceptance of his
tender, RITES/BCCL shall deem such tender as cancelled. If a partner of a firm expires
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after
the submission of their tender or after the acceptance of their tender,
RITES/BCCL shall deem such tender as cancelled unless the firm retains its character.
4
BCCL also reserves the right to accept tender either for full quantity of work or part
thereof or divide the works amongst more than one without assigning any reason for
any such action.
5
When the tender is submitted by the tenderer(s), it will be understood that the
tenderer(s) has/have gone through carefully in detail all the instructions,
conditions, General and Special conditions of contract all General and Special
instructions/ specifications for execution of the work and that the tenderer(s) has/have
got himself/ themselves clarified on all points and doubts and interpretations by the
proper authority of RITES Administration.
6.
Contractor's store houses, yards etc. for stocking materials issued by RITES/BCCL
shall be located in the site premises only at locations approved by Engineer-in-charge.
7.
The Laying & linking of railway track work consists of linking/laying of track, PSC
sleepers and Points & Crossings including supply of hard stone ballast (machine
crushed) of approved quality and other P. way materials.
The work shall conform to various specification indicated in Indian Railway P.Way
Manual, track Manual and other Permanent Way I.R.S. Drawings in use by Indian
Railways for such works, and should be fit for use of Broad Gauge engines, Rolling
Stock etc.
8.
9.
If there is any conflict between description given in schedule of quantity and
conditions mentioned in the special conditions, the schedule of quantity shall prevail
.
Deleted
10
After handing over of the existing section to the contractor, the same section will be
maintained and guarded by the contractor, till all the works are completed in all
respect and handed over back to the Engineer-in-charge.
11
The P. Way materials as per "Schedule of Quantities” in the tender documents
required for the work and to be supplied by the Contractor as per BOQ shall have to
be supplied from RDSO approved manufacturers duly inspected by
Railways/RDSO/RITES.
12
All P. Way materials required for the works and to be supplied free of cost by the
Employer as per Contract Conditions will be issued at any of RITES/Clients Store
Depot or in stacks from time to time during the period of work. The contractor should
transport these materials for use in the work by his own means of suitable
transport, including loading, unloading, sorting, stacking with all lead,
lift,
crossing Railway tracks etc.
13
Adequate protection should be made while moving on public Roads or adjacent and
across railway tracks. The rates quoted shall include cost of such items. Similarly
the excess materials supplied free by the Employer shall be returned to the nominated
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stores of the Clients/RITES. No separate payments will be made extra for these items
except where otherwise mentioned. The contractor shall include such expenses for
items while quoting his rates for the "SCHEDULE OF QUANTITIES".
14
The contractor will be responsible for the safe custody of P. Way materials issued to
him till completion of the works and handing over the Track. The contractor will also
be responsible to account for the P-Way materials issued to him and surplus if any,
has to be returned by him at his cost at the depot from which these were issued. For
P. Way materials remaining not accounted for by being laid on track or returned to the
depot, recovery will be effected from the contractor's dues at rates to be decided by
the Engineer-in-charge which will be final and binding. No wastage, breakage
allowance or loss is permitted for fixing of P. Way fittings and materials supplied
by the contractor.
15
It should be clearly understood that it is entirely the contractor’s responsibility
and liability to find, procure and use the required tools and plants and accessories at
his own cost for efficient and methodical execution of the work. RITES shall have
the right to check the sufficiency or quality of the Contractor's tools from time to time
and the Contractor shall carry out all reasonable instructions of RITES in this respect.
16
In the event of any accident at the work spot, or while transporting P. Way materials,
if it is established by the enquiry by RITES representative/Clients' representatives
or Railway/local Civil authority that the accident occurred wholly or partly due to any
act tantamount to negligence on part of the contractor, he shall render himself liable
for all damages and also legal proceedings.
17
The labour engaged by the contractor for the works should be headed by a railway
retired Permanent Way Inspector, employed by the contractor, who is conversant with
the execution and maintenance of P. Way works including safety rules.
18
In case the released P. Way materials are left over at site, the contractor has to employ
security/chowkidars day and night at his own cost till the P. Way materials are handed
over to the Engineer-in-Charge of work at his nominated depot. Till they are returned
/handed over at the nominated depot, the released materials will continue to remain in
the custody of the contractor.
19
Shifting of labour camp from place to place as the work advances will be at the cost
of the contractor.
20
The contractor will co-operate with the Engineer-in-Charge in maintaining various
registers, charts and records etc. in connection with the works.
21
The RITES representative should sign and maintain the following registers and the
Contractor or his authorized representative must sign on the registers as a token of his
acceptance of the entries made therein.
a) Register of materials issued.
b) Register of ballast stacks.
c) Register of through packing.
d) Others relevant registers .
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22
A separate register should also be maintained by the contractor for the deployment of
contract labour at site. The registers should be made available to Employer/RITES
personnel, as and when required.
23
While stacking P. Way materials (new or second hand or released) on cess/side, care
should be exercised to ensure that those stacks do not infringe the Railway's moving
dimensions.
24
The work of track linking at existing level crossings will be taken up only when
specifically authorized by RITES representative after giving due notice to road users.
The road surface will be made good on completion of works at contractor’s cost, to
the original standard. No extra payment for digging up road surface for the work and
restoring the road surface will be admissible for work at level crossings.
25
Time shall be regarded as the essence of the contract and failure on the part of
contractor to complete the work by the date stipulated in the agreement and work
order will entitle RITES Administration to recover liquidated damages/penalty.
26
RITES Administration reserve the right to alter the detailed plan and sections and
to carry out minor alteration in the plans resulting in corresponding increase or
decrease in the quantity of works without being liable to pay enhanced rates for the
work or to allow extra time for completion of the work.
27
No new facilities such as roads, level crossing etc, other than those already in
existence will be made available to the contractor.
28
The Schedule of items of work to be carried out, provided in the SCHEDULE OF
QUANTITIES” gives only brief description of each of the items. Execution of these
items will be governed by the Technical specifications. For detailed specifications
reference may be made to Section 5 “Technical Specifications” in general and in
particular to the various Guidelines and Specifications listed in Para 1.0
“Preamble to Technical Specification” of Section 5. RITES' representative at site
will be fully empowered to provide guidance in the matter of execution of the works
and his instructions will be final and binding in this regard.
29
In case any workman is found incompetent or otherwise undesirable by the RITES'
representative at site, he should not be allowed to work under the Contractor. In this
matter, the opinion of the Engineer-in-Charge will be final and binding on the
contractor. Any violation of this requirement by the Contractor shall be treated as
fundamental breach of contract entitling RITES to rescind the contract by giving 7
days notice.
Particulars of work done during each day, with location where the work is done, will
have to be recorded in a register by the Contractor’s site in charge and the register will
be kept available for inspection/scrutiny by RITES’ representative. A site order book
will also have to be maintained where instructions regarding work to be carried out
will be recorded by RITES' representative at site.
30
31
RITES's representative shall have the right at all times to supervise the
contractor's work and instruct the contractor and the contractor shall execute the work
as per the instructions without any lapse of time. For this purpose the Contractor
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shall maintain a Site Order Book. Failure
to comply with RITES'/BCCL
representative's instructions shall be deemed to be a fundamental breach of
contract on the part of the Contractor entitling RITES/BCCL to rescind the Contract
at the Contractor's risk and cost after serving a notice of 7 days.
32
On-account payments to Contractor shall be made periodically based on the quantity
and item of work executed at the rates accepted under this contract, and upon a
certificate
by the RITES' representative that work has been done to proper specification and
to the satisfaction of its representative.
33
The Contractor will make all arrangements for getting passes/authorities for his men
including making necessary application with photos for each labourer deployed for
this work and will bear all costs, if any. Housing accommodation and watering
arrangements for contractor's labour will have to be arranged by the contractor.
34
Every month the Contractor will issue a Certificate to BCCL about having made full
payment to all laborers/suppliers/vendor’s under him engaged for this work.
35
The Contractor will bear all medical expenses and make immediate arrangement for
medical attention to his laborers, if injured on duty. He will provide "Medical Aid"
Box at site of work at his cost.
36
The contractor should indemnify and save harmless RITES/Client against any claims
on account of accident to laborers similar occurrence for any reason whatsoever.
37
BCCL (Employer) will provide 'Way Bill' to the contractor for availing of sales
tax rebate wherever applicable. In case, BCCL fails to provide 'C' form and way
bill, additional sales tax as paid by the contractor on account of non issue of 'C' form,
will be reimbursed to the contractor on production of full proof of payment of sales
tax by the contractor.
38
The rates quoted shall be inclusive of all taxes such as sales tax , excise duty, entry
tax, toll tax, turnover tax on works contract, octroi, royalty, VAT, Labour Welfare
Cess and any other tax, levy, cess etc as applicable. However, sales tax/ VAT on
works contract if paid by BCCL/RITES directly the same amount shall be recovered
from contractor's on account bill and no exemption claims on this account shall be
entertained by BCCL/RITES. Inspection charges and the charges for loading,
transportation, unloading and stacking of materials at store should not be quoted
separately. The quoted rates should remain firm till completion of the entire work.
39.
40.
The contractor shall submit royalty clearance certificate wherever applicable
along with on account bill/running account bill. If the contractor fails to submit the
royalty certificate, requisite amount will be deducted as per extant Govt rule, from his
bill be deposited with the concerned department.
The tender is being invited for and on behalf of Bharat Coking Coal Limited
(BCCL), payment will be made to the Contractor by BCCL.
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41.
Tenderers may please notei)
ii)
iii)
iv)
42.
43.
Client of RITES Ltd also termed as “Employer” is “Bharat Coking Coal
Limited”.
It should also be stated that the Client is the Principal as well as
Employers for this work.
In case of any dispute between RITES Ltd. and contractor, RITES Ltd.
being merely an agent, client should be made first respondent and should
be liable for all monetary losses.
RITES Ltd. is only agent/consultant acting on behalf of the client/employer
and in case of arbitration the client shall be the first respondent.
No payment will be made unless copy of the current & valid S.T.C.C. or exemption
Certificate is submitted prior to or along with the bills.
STORES TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE CONTRACTOR
a)
All the P. Way items should be as per RDSO Drawing Numbers and shall comprise
of all parts and accessories listed in the Drawing except where otherwise stated. All P.
way fittings should be procured from RDSO approved manufacturers only.
b)
The quoted rates should be inclusive of Inspection Charges and all taxes and duties
of Central, State, Local bodies including Loading, transportation, unloading and
stacking at site store as per the direction of Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized
representative of RITES Ltd. at Bhowra Site, Dist - Dhanbad, Jharkhand. The quoted
rates shall remain firm during the currency of the Contract.
vi)
Actual quantity delivered at site will be considered for the purpose of effecting
payment.
d)
Inspection is to be carried out by the RITES Quality Assurance (QA) Division,
Kolkata/New Delhi/ Chennai/ Mumbai or Zonal Railways, as the case may be, before
effecting dispatch of the materials. Inspection certificates and the original money
receipt of the Inspection Wing/Zonal Railways will have to be submitted along with
the bills as documentary evidence.
e)
Consignee: - Depo Officer, Patherdih 5 MTPA NLW Washery, BCCL, Dhanbad,
Jharkhand or his authorised representative.
f)
RITES Ltd on behalf of Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL) reserves the right to
undertake any test, if required, before acceptance of the materials on contractor's cost.
g)
Any materials and accessories, found to be damaged at the time of receipt will not be
accepted and shall have to be replaced by good ones free of cost after being duly
inspected.
h)
Terms of payment: - 90% payment of P. Way materials will be made against
delivery of materials at site and on submission of bills along with the receipt /
delivery challan, Inspection Certificate. The bills in triplicate are to be raised in
favour of RITES A/c, BCCL and are to be submitted to Site-In-Charge, RITES
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Under seal of the firm
Ltd./BCCL at site office at Bhowra, Dist: Dhanbad, Jharkhand. Balance 10%
payment of P. way fittings shall be released after put into on track.
NOTE: In case of delay in fixing of P. Way fittings on track for the reason not
attributable to the contractor, balance 10% payment will be released on receipt
of the unused materials in good condition and delivery at RITES/BCCL store as
per the direction of Engineer In charge.
44.
Defect Liability Maintenance/Defect Liability Period: As per clause 17 of clauses
of contract in GCC applicable to this work, the period of maintenance/defect liability
period for this work shall be 06(six) months from the date of issue of final completion
certificate or till the final bill has been passed which ever is later.
45.
APPLICATION OF PRICE VARIATION CLAUSE 10CC OF CLAUSES OF
CONTRACT :- APPLICABLE
For supply of P. Way Materials under Schedule C, D & E of BOQ (Part 2 – Financial
Bid – Schedule of Quantities), the rates quoted will be firm for each item for entire
contract period and no Price Variation under Clause 10CC of Clauses of Contract will
be admissible. Thus, while applying the formula under Clause 10CC, the value of
works / supply under Schedule C, D & E will not be included under total cost.
46.
47.
Completion Drawing:
Completion drawings for the works executed shall be prepared by the contractor at
his cost on tracing paper. The contractor will supply five copies of ammonia print of
completion drawing duly signed along with original tracing plan with the final bill.
Secured advance, Mobilisation advance will not be paid. As such relevant GCC
clauses to be treated as deleted.
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2. Special conditions for supply of ballast
1.1
The rates, as per the Schedule, are inclusive of all taxes viz. commercial sales tax,
octroi etc. and other charges levied by the State / Central government. The rate also
includes all lead, lift, ascent, descent, loading, unloading, royalty etc. and all other
incidental charges.
1.2
The contractor shall stack the ballast, normally over the entire length of the section at
specified locations duly certified by the Engineer-in-Charge except at those certain
locations which are found to be inaccessible for certain reasons. The decision of
Engineer-in-Charge at site will be final and binding on the contract for the locations,
inaccessible for supply of ballast.
1.3
The ballast shall be supplied as per the requirement given by the In-Charge at site.
1.4
The ballast shall be in conformity with “Specifications for Track Ballast”
(Enclosed). However, the RITES administration may alter these conditions of
technical nature, which do not have bearing on rates.
1.5
NOT APPLICABLE
1.6
The tenderer/contractor undertakes that the ballast supply at all times shall conform to
Specifications for track ballast as specified by RITES.
1.7
The contractor shall make his own arrangement at his own cost for the construction of
service roads within the Project site as well as outside Project site for transportation
of ballast, if required. No separate payment shall be admissible to the contractor for
the construction of such roads and its repairs & maintenance.
1.8
The contractor shall have to make necessary arrangement for leveling the nominated
grounds for stacking of ballast at cess, as per the direction and to the satisfaction of
Engineer-in-Charge, without any additional claim of payment.
1.9
The contractor shall submit the name of the quarry/quarries along with the tender
from where the contractor is intending to supply the ballast.
1.10
The cost of routine testing of ballast, as per RDSO guidelines shall be payable by the
contractor. However RITES/BCCL is at liberty to collect the ballast sample as and
when, required and send the same for testing at the cost of Contractor.
The quantities of ballast mentioned in the schedule are approximate. RITES reserves
the right to alter the quantity as per the actual requirement and nothing extra will be
payable over and above the accepted rates.
1.11
1.12
The contractor shall make necessary arrangement for the security of the ballast
supplied during the progress of the work till final bill is paid. No separate payment
shall be admissible to the contractor for guarding the ballast.
1.13
The ballast shall be supplied as per the requirement given by the Site Engineer.
Quantity supplied extra over the required quantity may not be paid.
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1.14
Safety of ballast against any theft or loss remains solely with the contractor during the
entire period of the contract agreement and the same has to be made good by
contractor. This responsibility of the contractor remains even if the ballast stacks are
measured and paid for, unless RITES /EMPLOYER takes over measured ballast
stacks from the contractor with a clear taking over certificate.
1.15 The Stone ballast should be machine crushed and shall consist of hard and durable
and as far as possible angular along edges/corners, free from weathered portions of
parent rock, organic impurities and inorganic residues.
1.16 The Tenderer should mention in the tender the name of quarry from where the ballast is
proposed to be supplied and the distance of the quarry from site.
1.17 The stone ballast should be got inspected by the Engineer at regular intervals to ensure
quality and samples tested for physical properties (abrasion test, impact test and water
absorption test values).
1.18
Attempts should be made to have ballast of the best available quality.
1.19 90% of the payment will be paid in R.A. bills prepared against supply of ballast duly
certified by Engineer-in-Charge of RITES Ltd supported with measurement details,
test certificates, royalties and all other necessary statutory taxes clearance certificates.
Balance 10% shall be released after spreading the same in to the track
NOTE: In case of delay in spreading of Ballast on track for the reason not attributable
to the contractor, balance 10% payment will be released as per the direction of
Engineer In charge.
1.21 The rates in this schedule are entirely inclusive so as to cover any purchase and/or
royalties
and / or compensation for surface charges incurred by him
whatsoever. The accepted rate includes all quarry charges Sales Tax monopoly fee and
other charges if any and tools and plants for clearing site for stacking, test and testing
screens, carriage of materials to the site of stacking and removal of any material
rejected by the Engineer to any site when the rejected materials are to be thrown.
1.22 The rates quoted are inclusive of all charges including all taxes levied by Union of
India or State Government or local bodies and include Sales Tax, Royalty, Octroi
duties etc.
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3. SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT FOR THERMIT WELDING
The work consists of welding in situ 60 Kg. rail (72 UTS/90 UTS) joints by Short preheat
welding (SKV welding) process.
1.
The 'portion' used for welding shall conform to the technical requirements as
mentioned in IRS: T-19-1994. The suitability of the 'portion' for the welding process
in respect of the type and section of rails to be welded shall be ensured before
commencing welding. Only RDSO certified/passed portions should be used for
welding.
2.
The contractor shall execute the work at the rates and terms and conditions specified
in the contract and within the time schedule as indicated in the Work Orders.
3.
The work done shall conform to IRS Specification No. T-19-1994 for fusion welding
of rails by alumino Thermit process. A copy of this specification is attached as
Annexure "A" stipulation laid down therein shall apply to this except as modified or
clause herein under.
4.
No payment will be made for the spoilt joint exceeds 2% of the total of good joints.
5.
The BCCL will make available rails for making welds.
6.
A guarantee as specified in clause 3.6.1/3.5.2 of Annexure A shall be furnished by the
contractor for the completed weld joints against Work Order.
7.
The marking of welded joints as specified in clause 3.6.3 of the Annexure "A" shall
be done by the contractor at his cost.
8.
The contractor shall procure all the necessary welding materials as well as all the
equipments for the welding works so as to use a finished weld including the necessary
plaIning equipments at his own cost and he will be paid only for the finished work at
rates quoted in the Schedule of items.
9.
The contractor shall provide all labour required for the work and the contractor
shall arrange to train the labour in the welding technic and shall also be responsible
for providing constant technical supervision during the process of welding work. The
welder should be RDSO trained and certified by RDSO. The welders certificate
obtained from RDSO shall have to be furnished prior to start of work for welding.
10.
The contractor shall be responsible for the correct alignment and welding of the rails
and for the proper plain by hand filing of the welds and their finish. The files are to be
supplied by the contractor at his cost.
a)
The contractor shall provide pieces of wooden sleeper wedges and such other
tools which are required for lifting or making or placing rail in position for
welding purpose and also hammer and hot and cold sets required for the
works.
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(b)
The contractor shall provide fuel like petrol required for welding at the rate
of 2.00 liters of petrol per joint. The quantities may vary within 10%.
c)
All other equipments & machinaries used by the contractor in grinding or
plaining etc. should be worked out by him at his own cost including labour
for this work.
11.
The contractor shall arrange his own facilities for carrying out of all plants &
equipment and materials from nearest store to site of work.
12.
The Contractor shall arrange storage accommodation for his plants & equipments as
close to the site of work.
13.
The contractor shall not carry out any works between sunset and sunrise. He should
make his own arrangement to protect the work against wind and weather in the course
of execution of work.
14.
The security deposit shall be retained by the BCCL free of interest for the guarantee
period of one year (Para 3.6 of Technical Specifications for Thermit Welding) from
the date of welding the joints in track or from the date such welded joints made 'in
cess' are inserted in the track. Any such welded joint which fails within the guarantee
period shall be rewelded free of cost by firm as per stipulations of para 3.4 of
Technical Specifications for Thermit Welding.
15.
Payment shall be made for acceptable joints in terms of the agreement and for the
spoilt joints upto 2% of the total of good joints. Further joints which will be put for
tests, the contractor will be paid provided they stand the test. Test joints which will be
failed will not be paid for.
16.
The rate for welding work shall bear all inclusive tax.
17.
The contractor shall be responsible for the welded joints remaining satisfactory for the
guarantee periods as specified in Annexure-"A" and every joint failing during this
period 3 times the cost of one weld will be recovered from the amount due to him. If
it is decided by the RITES that the cracked welded joint will not be rewelded free of
by the contractor in terms of clause 3.5.2 of Annex-"A".
18.
The account of sealed approved portions and statement of issue of approved portion
shall be maintained by the RITES representative of the welding but the account and
statement in question will have to be countersigned by the authorised representative
of the contractor. The account shall correlate the welding panel on the pieces number
with the approved portion and the date of welding.
19.
In the event of failure of weld joints which are not possible to weld on that very
day, the joints must invariably be fastened with joggled fish plates duly clamped.
The joggle fish plates and clamps are to be arranged by the contractor at his own
cost.
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20.
The plants, equipments, consumables materials, Technical Supervisors, Artisen
staff, Welders and other labours required for the work shall have to be arranged by
the contractor at his own cost.
21.
Any electric supply required at site for what-so-ever purpose shall be arranged by
the contractor at his own cost and rates quoted shall include the cost of providing
electric supply arrangements required for the work.
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Sample test joint.
22.1
One out of every 100 joints welded shall be selected at random by the purchaser or
by the inspecting officer within one month of
welding and subjected to
hardness, transverse load/ deflection tests and porosity as per clause 4.2 of IRS:T19-1994 ( reproduced partly as Annexure 9 for ready reference) and the joint shall
comply with the provisions laid downs therein.
22.2
If the sample test joint fails to satisfy any of the requirements of specification
IRS-T-19-1994, the RITES will be at liberty to suspend further welding. However,
two more randomly selected joints from the same lot of 100 joints shall be subjected
to re-tests as per clause 1.1 of IRS-T-19-1994. Both the joints should clear all the
tests. If this report is also not satisfactory, further welding of joints shall be
suspended until the firm's welding technique has been examined and the same
satisfies the requirements of IRS:T-19-1994.
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23.1
Guarantee
Rail joints welded by a firm shall be guaranteed against failure for a period of one
year from the date of welding the joints in track or from the date such welded joints
made 'in cess' are inserted in the track. Any such welded joint which fails within
the guarantee period shall be rewelded free of cost by firm as per stipulations of para
3.4
23.2
In case of failure of sample test joint ( refer para 3.5), the period of guarantee for 100
joints represented by the sample joint shall be extended for a further period of one
year. In case of failure of joints or joints exhibiting signs of failure by cracking
within extended period of guarantee, the joints shall be rewelded free of cost by
the supplier as per stipulations of para 3.4.
23.3 The welded joints with the extended period of guarantee shall be marked 'X' with
yellow paint one the outer side of the web of the rail near the joint in addition to
the marking prescribed in para 2.6. Such marked joints shall be kept under careful
observation by the purchaser.
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Section - 4
SCHEDULES A TO F
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SECTION 4
PROFORMA OF SCHEDULES
(Operative Schedules to be supplied separately to each intending tenderer)
SCHEDULE ‘A’
Schedule of quantities (As per Bill of Quantities attached)
(BOQ to be attached with Financial Bid)
SCHEDULE ‘B’ –
NOT APPLICABLE
Schedule of materials to be issued to the contractor. (Refer Clause 10 of Clauses of Contract)
S.No
Description of
items
1
2
Quantity Rates in Figures & words at
which the material will be
charged to the contractor
3
4
Place of Issue
5
SCHEDULE ‘C’ –- NOT APPLICABLE
Tools and plants to be hired to the contractor. (Refer clause 34 of Clauses of Contract).
S.No
1
Description
SCHEDULE ‘D’
Hire charges per day
3
2
Place of Issue
4
- NOT APPLICABLE -
Extra schedule for specific requirements/documents for the work, if any.
SCHEDULE ‘E’ –
Schedule of component of Cement, Steel, other materials, POL,
Labour etc .for price escalation. (Refer Clause 10CC of Clauses
of Contract).
(To be worked out and filled by NIT approving authority)
CLAUSE 10 CC (APPLICABLE)
APPLICABLE
15%
Component of Cement (Xc)
expressed as percent of total value of work
:
15%
Component of steel (X5)
expressed as percent of total value of work
Component of other materials (XM)
(except cement & steel)
expressed as per cent of total value of work
:
35%
:
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25%
Component of labour (Y)
expressed as percent of total value of work
:
10%
Component of P.O.L (Z)
expressed as percent of total value of work
:
SCHEDULE ‘F’
Reference to General Conditions of
contract
Name of Work -
:
Estimated cost of work -
:
Renovation/Strengthening of existing Railway
Siding for Patherdih Coal Washery of BCCL,
Dist.-Dhanbad, Jharkhand.
Rs 36,51,62,173.59
Earnest money :
:
Rs.36,51,622/-
Performance Guarantee (Ref. Clause 1) -
:
5% of Contract value.
Security Deposit: (Refer clause 1A) -
:
5% of Contract value
Notice Inviting Tender and Instruction to
Tenderers
Officer inviting tender :
:
CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
Definitions
2 (iv) Employer
2(v) Engineer-in-Charge
:
:
2(vi)
:
Engineer
2(vii) Accepting Authority
2(ix)
2(x)
:
Percentage on cost of materials and :
labour to cover all overheads and
profits.
Standard Schedule of Rates
:
2(xiii) Date of commencement of work
Group General Manager (Project), RITES Ltd,
Regional Project Office, Kolkata,
56,C. R. Avenue , 2nd floor, Kolkata -700012
for & on behalf of Bharat Coking Coal
Limited.
Bharat Coking Coal Limited
Project Officer, Patherdih 5 MTPA NLW
Washery, BCCL, Dhanbad
The Person to whom the Engineer-in-charge
entrusts as his authorized representative his
responsibility to act on his behalf and perform
any or all the functions of the Engineer-incharge under the Contract.
Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL)
(Tender Accepting authority)
15%
ECR’s Unified Standard Schedule of rate
(Works & Material) 2012, RITES/RPO
P. Way Schedule 2013 & DSR 2013
15 days from the date of issue of LOA or the
first date of handing over of site
whichever is later
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9(a)(ii) General Conditions of Contract
:
RITES General Conditions of Contract 2011 as
modified & corrected up to date Correction Slip
CLAUSES OF CONTRACT
:
i) Time allowed for submission of :
Performance Guarantee(P.G.) from the
date of issue of Letter of Acceptance
(ii) Maximum allowable extension beyond
the period provided in (i) above
:
Clause 2
Authority for fixing compensation under
Clause 2
:
Clause 2A
Whether Clause 2A shall be applicable
:
07 days.
Group General Manager(Project) /RITES Ltd./
Kolkata
NO
Clause 5
i) Time allowed for execution of work
:
TABLE OF MILESTONE(S) :
S.No
Financial Progress
28 days
:
18 (Eighteen) months from the 15th day
the date of issue of Letter of Acceptance or
from the first day of handing over of the site,
whichever is later, in accordance with the
phasing, if any, indicated in the Tender
Documents.
Time allowed in days
(from day of start)
Amt. to be withheld in case
of non achievement of
milestone
NOT APPLICABLE
Clause 5A
Shifting of Stipulated Date of Completion
Competent Authority
Clause 6 A
Bharat Coking Coal Limited
(Tender Accepting authority)
Whether Clause 6 or 6A applicable
6*/6A*
(* Strike out whichever is not applicable)
Clause 7
Gross work to be done together with net
payment/adjustment of advances for
material collected, if any, since the last
such payment for being eligible to interim
payment
Clause 10 A Whether Material Testing
Laboratory to be provided at site
Clause 10 B
Whether Clause 10 B(ii) to (v) applicable
:
Rs. 50 Lakh
YES
:
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Clause 10 CC
Clause 10 CC to be applicable in contract
with stipulated period of completion
exceeding the period shown in next column
Clause 11
Specifications to be followed for execution
of work
:
APPLICABLE
:
:
:
Clause 12
:
Clause 12.2,12.3 & 12.5
Deviation Limit beyond which Clauses
12.2,12.3 & 12.5 shall apply
:
a) RDSO Guideline on earth
b) RITES Technical Specification
Civil work
a) RITES Technical Specification
b) All relevant IS codes
P. Way Work
a) RITES Technical Specification
b) Rly. Specification for Track Ballast.
i) For Non-foundation items.
Plus
Minus
:
work
25%
No limit
ii) For Foundation Items
Plus
Minus
100%
No limit
:
Note:
For
Earthwork,
individual
classification quantity can vary to any
extent but overall Deviation Limits will be
as above
Clause 16
Competent Authority for
deciding reduced rates
:
Competent authority, BCCL
Clause 17
Clause 18
Maintenance Period
List of mandatory machinery,
tools & plants to be deployed
by the Contractor at site:-
:
:
06 Months.
1. Excavator. 2. Dumper 3. Vibro Roller
4. Dozer. 5 Concrete mixer./Mini Batching
Plant. 6. Vibrators 7. Suitable Cranes if
required.
(as per site
requirement)
As per provision of Integrity pact.
Clause 25
Appellate Authority:
:
Appointing Authority:
:
As per provision of Integrity pact.
Clause 36 (i)
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Minimum Qualifications & Experience
required and Discipline to which should
belong Principal Technical Representative
of Contractor –
Designation
Minimum
Qualification
Principal Technical
BE/Civil from any
Representative
recognized college/
university
as
approved by AICTE
Deputy Technical
Diploma in Civil
Representative
engineering from any
recognized college or
Retd. PWI
Clause 36 (iv)
Recovery for non deployment of Principal
Technical Representative and Deputy
Technical Representative
Designation
Minimum working
experience
1 year
Discipline to which
should belong
Civil
03 years
Civil
Principal Technical Representative
:
Rate of recovery per month (in Rs.) for
non deployment
Rs. 55000.00
Deputy Technical Representative
:
Rs. 45000.00
Clause 42
i)(a) Schedule/statement for determining
theoretical quantity of cement &
bitumen on the basis of Delhi
Schedule of Rates printed by CPWD
ii)
Variations
permissible
on
theoretical quantities:
a) Cement
- for works with estimated cost put
to tender not more than Rs.5 lakhs
- for works with estimated cost put
to tender more than Rs.5 lakhs
b) Bitumen for All Works
c)
d)
:
DSR 2012
3% plus / minus
:
:
:
Steel Reinforcement and structural :
steel sections for each diameter,
section and category
All other materials
:
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2% plus / minus
2.5% plus only & nil on minus side
2% plus / minus
Nil
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RECOVERY RATES FOR QUANTITIES BEYOND PERMISSIBLE VARIATION
Sl.
No.
Description of Item
Rates in figures and words at which recovery shall be
made from the Contractor.
Excess beyond
permissible variation
1
2
3
4
5
Cement
Steel reinforcement
Structural Sections
Bitumen issued free
Bitumen issued at stipulated
fixed price
Less use beyond the
permissible variation
NOT APPLICABLE
Clause 46
Whether Clause 46.10 shall be applicable
(Site Office for the Employer to be made
available by the contractor to be
stipulated)
:
NO
Whether Clause 46.11.1A shall be
applicable
:
NO
Whether Clause 46.13A shall be applicable
:
NO
Clause 46.17
:
City of Jurisdiction of Court
:
DHANBAD
City of Jurisdiction of Court for all
matters.
Clause 47.2.1
Sum for which Third Party Insurance to be
obtained.
:
DHANBAD
Clause 55
Whether clause 55 shall be applicable.
:
:
NO
If yes, time allowed for completion of
sample floor/unit.
:
NO
:
Rs. 1.0 lakhs per occurrence with the
number of occurrences limited to two.
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Section - 5
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND QUALITY
ASSURANCE PLAN
1.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR BLANKETING
MATERIAL IN RAILWAY FORMATION
2.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR P.WAY WORKS
3.
TECHNICAL
BALLAST
SPECIFICATIONS
4.
TECHNICAL
WORKS
SPECIFICATIONS
5.
TECHNICAL
WELDING
SPECIFICATIONS
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SECTION 5
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
1- Technical Specifications for blanketing materials
in Railway Formation
1.0
GENERAL
1.1
The Technical Specifications to be followed for Blanketing Material in Railway
Formation shall be as stipulated in enclosed Annexure A. In those Specifications,
wherever there is reference to approval by Railway, it should be replaced by approval
by RITES/ Engineer-in-charge.
1.1.1
The Specifications at Annexure A should be read in conjunction with the Schedule
(Bill) of Quantities. Where there is conflict between the provisions in Annexure A
and in BOQ, the provisions in BOQ shall prevail.
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ANNEXURE A
BLANKETING IN RAILWAY FORMATION
1.1 Specifications of Blanket Material
Blanket material produced in a plant should generally conform to following
specifications:
a)
b)
c)
It should be coarse, granular and well graded.
Skip graded material is not permitted.
Non -plastic fines (particles of size less than 75 micron) are limited maximum
to 12%, whereas plastic fines are limited maximum to 5%.
The blanket material should have particle size distribution curve within one of
the bands of enveloping curves or the percent passing of the material through
each IS sieves should lie between the upper and lower limit of blanket material
as given in the Table 1.1(a)
The material should be well graded with Cu & Cc as under:
Uniformity coefficient, Cu = D 60/D10 > 7
d)
e)
Coefficient of curvature, C C =
D302
between 1 and 3
D60 xD10
f)
Particle size distribution must follow one of the gradation ranges tabulated
below.
Table 1.1(a): Particle size distribution ranges for different grades of blanket
material
S.No IS Sieve size
Grade A
Grade B
Grade C
1.
40 mm
100
95-100
95-100
2.
20 mm
100
93-100
80-100
3.
10 mm
95-100
85-95
65-85
4.
4.75 mm
92-99
70-92
43-70
5.
2 mm
65-90
46-65
22-46
6.
600 micron
33-50
22-33
08-22
7.
425 micron
28-40
18-28
05-18
8.
212 micron
16-27
10-16
00-10
9.
75 micron
00-12
00-10
00-08
1.2 Selection of Blanket Material
Depending on the source of material, the blanket material can be categorized in the
following categories:
•
•
•
•
Natural material
Machine manufactured material
Crushed material
Blended material
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1.2.1
Proper survey of area close to projects needs to be carried out to identify suitable sources
of blanket material required for the project. Aim of such source identification survey is to
use naturally available material, or select alternatives of machine manufactured blanket
material
through crushing, blending or a combination, which is cheap and conforms to the
specifications laid down.
1.2.2
The parent material of the blanket material so chosen should be chemically inactive and
sturdy in normal working environment. Brickbats, factory slag, weak dissolvable stones
like lime, shale, laterite etc. need not be selected as blanket material.
1.2.3
The choice of gradation as provided in 1.1 (f), above, may be exercised judiciously, based
on the availability of material. It may be advisable to choose the grade A for finest subgrade
soils (requiring 1.0m thick layer of blanket), and grade B or C for coarser subgrades
(requiring less thickness of blanket).
1.2.4 Sample for Material:-The successful contractor should submit for approval by the
Engineer samples of the Blanketing material in three wide mouth sealed glass jars of a
quantity of 0.0035 Cum. each. The material to be used by the contractor for blanketing
should strictly adhere to the quality of material as approved by the Engineer.
1.3
Mechanical Production:The Blanket can be produced by adopting either crushing methodology or Blending
Methodology as described in Paras 6.1 and 6.2 respectively of RDSO’s Specification
No.GE.IRS.2 (Final) dated July 2005 and to which reference can be made for any details.
Crushing Methodology is resorted to in the event of non availability of natural source of
blanket materials and involves crushing the rock / boulder to produce crushed blanket
material. Blending methodology involves proper blending of two or more soils or in
combination with soils crushed material like stone chips or quarry dust.
1.4
Quality Control on Blanket Material at Production site
1.4.1
The source of blanket material, detailed in para 1.2, needs to be identified based on tests &
studies conducted and conformity of the material to the Specification as laid down in para
1.1.
1.4.2
It is desirable to have a check on quality of material at source/manufacturing point so that
major deviation in quality of the material being sent to site does not exist. It would be in
the interest of the supplier to have such tests conducted on his own to avoid any
complication at a later stage.
1.4.3
The frequency of such test could be laid down by the engineer in-charge, if need be. In the
absence of any other instructions, at least one test may be performed per day to check the
particle size gradation at the point of loading into the trucks. However, the final
acceptance of the blanket material should be at the site where it is laid, as per para 1.6.
1.4.4
The supplier/ Engineer may also lay down proforma for 'Incoming Material Register ' to be
maintained at manufacturing point for having a control on utilization of different grades of
material, especially where blending is done using crushed as well as local material.
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1.4.5
The thickness of blanketing layer shall be fixed in light of the Guidelines RDSO’s
Specification No. GE.IRS.2 (Final) dated July 2005 on “Mechanically produced Blanketing
Material for Railway formation including Guidelines for Laying”.
1.5
Test for Quality: Blanket material should be tested as per IS: 2720 (Part 4) of a minimum
of one test per 500 cum. or part thereof to plot particle size distribution curve, so as to
assess its suitability. It would be necessary to carry out wet analysis to assess actual
percentage of fines. To expedite testing work, dry sieve analysis may be carried out if
variation between results of dry and wet analysis are not significant and adequate margin
exists with respect to acceptance criteria. However, in such cases also, wet analysis has to
be carried out at frequent interval to verify the extent of variation. In any situation,
acceptance of blanket material would be based on wet analysis only. The sample for wet
analysis should be prepared as per para 4.3 of IS: 2720 (Part 4).
1.6
Acceptance Criteria:
The material should generally conform to specification as given at para 1.1.
1.7
1.8
1.8.1
Transportation:
The blanket material should be transported wet after mixing water in order to achieve
OMC, in tippers for direct unloading on formation.
Laying, Spreading and Compacting
The blanket material must be spread with a tractor mounted grader or a paver-finisher
in layers of uniform thickness, before allowing compaction.
The blanketing should generally cover the entire width of formation from shoulder to
shoulder. In case of sand or non-cohesive material it should be confined within a
trench with berms of 60 to 75 cm width and sand drains across the cess to drain the
track and the blanket. The cross drains should be with adequate slope at 5 to 10 cm
below the bottom of the blanket and spaced 3 m apart. The thickness of the blanket
shall be at least 30 cms but may be increased depending on local conditions.
1.8.2
Compaction to specified levels of RD or percentage of MDD (para 1.10.10.3) will be
carried out through a number of passes of vibratory rollers of 100-120 kN static
weight or equivalent capacity. A combination of vibrating rolling initially and static
finishing rolling may be established through trials. Speed of roller shall not exceed 5
km/hr.
1.8.3
Proper control of moisture is required to optimize the compaction effort. Optimum
moisture content may be established through Modified Proctor Apparatus (IS:2720,
part 8) and moisture may be added by sprinkling at the plant or at site as per the
requirement.
1.8.4
Rolling is to be carried out in layers of not more than 300 mm each, following the
same camber profile as provided in the sub grade layer and to be maintained upto the
top layer.
1.8.5
No provision for un compacted portion may be made on the edges of embankment.
The sides may be hand rammed with a suitable rammer.
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Note:
The engineer should generally expect to get MDD above 2.1 gm/cc, and OMC in the
range of 5-9%, as matter of guidance.
1.9
1.9.1
Quality Control Checks on Finished blanket work:
Degree of compaction of each layer of compacted blanket should be ascertained by
measurement of dry density/Relative Density of soil at locations selected in specified
pattern. The method of sampling, frequency of tests, method of tests to be conducted
and acceptance criteria to be adopted are as under.
1.9.2
Method of Sampling:
1.9.3
(a)
The sampling adopted has to be such that effectiveness of proper compaction having
been done for the entire area under consideration can be judged. For this, the
Engineer in-charge should lay down the method adopted in detail depending on site
conditions and accordingly records of checks done are properly maintained. However,
in absence of such procedure laid down, following method should be adopted:
(b)
Suggested method of sampling: For each layer, a minimum of one sample at a
predetermined interval (in compliance with the requirement stated in next para) along
the centreline of the alignment would be taken. The checking points may be
staggered to the extent possible.
(c)
Frequency of Tests: Density check would be done for every layer of blanket material
as per following minimum frequency :
At least one density check for every 200 sq.m of blanket layer. (say, every 18 to 30 m
for single line, or doubling work and every 12 to 16 m for a double line construction.)
Method of in-situ dry density measurements:
Any of the following methods could be adopted as per the requirements at site.
Method of
measurement
i) Sand
Replacement
Method
Procedur
e of test
As per IS2720 (Part
28) 1974
ii) Core Cutter
Method
As per IS2720 (Part
29) 1975
iii) Nuclear
Moisture
Density Gauge
As issued
by RDSO
iv) Compactor
As issued
Parameters to Remarks
be measured
May be adopted for all type of
a) Insitu Dry
material
Density
b) Moisture
content
In some of the coarse-grained
-dosoils (with little fines) taking
core cutter samples is difficult.
In such cases, sand
replacement method may be
used for density measurement.
a) Bulk density May be used in consultation
b) Moisture
with RDSO
content
c) Dry density
d) Degree of
compaction
As issued by
May be used in consultation
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meters fitted on
roller ( On roller
continuous
compaction control)
1.10
by RDSO
RDSO
with RDSO.
Acceptance Criteria:
1.10.1
The material should pass the test criteria laid under Para 1.6 above.
1.10.2
The blanket material, which contains fines passing 75 micron IS Sieve, upto 5
percent should have the Density Index (Relative Density) a minimum of 70% as
obtained in accordance with IS: 2720 ( Part 14) – 1983.
1.10.3
For other materials, field dry density should not be less than maximum attainable
dry density obtained in field compaction trial. However, in field compaction trial,
the maximum attainable dry density should not be less than 98% of MDD values as
obtained by Heavy Compaction Test (IS: 2720 (part 8) – 1983) in the laboratory. In
case, there are difficulties in achieving 98% of the MDD values as obtained by
Laboratory test, in the field trials, the same may be relaxed upto 95% of MDD with
the specific approval of Chief Engineer/construction, recording reasons of such
relaxation.
1.10.4
During widening of bank in case of gauge conversion and rehabilitation of unstable
formation, compaction of blanket layer should be minimum 95% of MDD as
obtained by Laboratory test as per Heavy Compaction Test (IS: 2720 (part 8) –
1983) or 70% Relative Density for cohesionless soil (IS: 2720 ( Part 14) – 1983).
1.11
Measurement:
1.11.1
Measurement of blanket material should be done on the basis of finished cross
section after the material and workmanship have been accepted as per the above
criteria. No deduction is to be made towards voids.
1.11.2
In very rare cases, where it is not possible to take blanket material on finished
subgrade, measurement may be done on the basis of stack measurement with the
permission of Chief Engineer in-charge. It may be necessary to frame different
schedule items for different methods of measurement. There should be no occasion
to change the method of measurement unless specifically provided for in the tender
documents duly approved by competent authority.
1.11.3
Method of measurement in case of stack measurement may be the same as in case of
ballast incorporated in "Specification for track ballast-1999".
1.11.4
It is advisable to tally the quantity and quality measured at site with the ' Incoming
Materials Register' maintained at plant (para 1.10.6.4) as a means of double check.
1.12
Formation Level: Finished top of sub-grade level may have variation from design
level by + 25 mm and finished top of blanket layer may also be permitted to have
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variation from design level by plus 25mm. The ballast should be placed only on level
formation without ruts or low pockets.
1.13
1.14
Cross Slope: Cross slope should be within 1 in 28 to 1 in 30.
General aspects of Mechanical Compaction
a) The spreading of material in layers of desired thickness over the entire width of
embankment should be done by mechanical means and finished by a motor
grader. The motor grader blade shall have hydraulic control suitable for initial
adjustment and maintain the same so as to achieve the slope and grade.
b) Thickness of layer is decided based on field compaction trials. However, as a
good practice thickness of layer should be generally kept as 250mm for blanket
material in loose state before compaction.
c) The rolling for compaction of fill material should commence from edges towards
center with minimum overlap of 200mm between each run of the roller. In final
pass, roller should simply move over the surface without vibration so that top
surface is properly finished..
d) Top of the formation should be finished to cross slope of 1 in 30 from one end to
other towards cess / drain in multiple lines and from center of formation to both
sides in single line.
e) Once the top surface of the formation has been finished to proper slope and level,
movement of material vehicle for transportation of ballast, sleepers etc. should be
avoided since these movements will cause development of unevenness, ruts on
the surface which will accumulate water and weaken the formation.
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2. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR P.WAY WORKS
1.
All works - linking of Railway tracks, assembly, laying and linking at points and
crossings, ballasting, through packing and connected works shall confirm to the
various instructions and specifications stipulated in "Indian Railways Permanent
Way Manual with upto date correction slips, IRS drawings, track manual and other
relevant Railway Codes/Manuals.
2.
The proposed sidings will be mostly upgraded with 60 Kg/52 Kg/90R rails on
PSC/Metal/ Wooden sleepers in single rails as the case may be.
3.
The Turn-outs/Diamond double slip (1 in 8½) assembly i.e. switch assembly, lead
portion and crossing assembly will be laid by 52 Kg/90 R/ 60 Kg rails as the case may
be to the Indian Railway Standard on PSC sleepers/STO/Wooden with a ballast
cushion as directed by Engineer in-charge or his authorized representative at site.
4.
The operation of dumping ballast, lifting and packing should continue till such time
the track attains final level and shape of ballast section.
5.
Pack the sleeper with ballast as directed by Engineer in-charge or his authorized
representative at site.
6.
Lift the track to the required level as directed by Engineer in-charge or his authorized
representative at site.
Rails shall be connected by means of pair of fish plate in the first in stance only with
two bolts and nuts, one in each rail. The fishing planes of the fish plates and rail are to
be greased. Proper size of expansion liners are to be provided at the joints to ensure
correct expansion gaps. Cutting of rails where necessary, will be done to suit squaring
of joints.
On curves sharper than 5º (radius less than 360m) the rail joints will be mid-staggered
and check rails to be provided. All the sleepers of the sharper curves (radius less than
360m) to be provided with PSC sleepers having provision with check rail.
All the drilled bolt holes are to be chamfered by chamfering tools.
Paint mark shall be made on the rails showing the spacing of sleepers as directed by
Engineer-in-Charge at site.
Sleeper spacing:
a. Sleeper spacing for fish-plated joints having 13m/12m single rails:
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Sleeper spacing
M+7 density
M+4 density
13m
12m
13m
12m
i) Rail ends to centre of sleeper
15cm
15cm
15cm
15cm
ii) Centre of joint sleeper to centre of 1st shoulder
sleeper
iii) Centre of 1st shoulder sleeper to centre of 2nd
shoulder sleeper
iv) Centre of 2nd shoulder sleeper to centre of
intermediate shoulder sleeper
61cm
60cm
61cm
60cm
64cm
63cm
70cm
69cm
68cm
66cm
84cm
83cm
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b.
Sleeper spacing for SWP of 3X13m/3X12m/3X 11m rails:
Sleeper spacing
M+7 density
M+4 density
39m
15cm
59cm
36m
15cm
58cm
39m
15cm
66cm
36m
15cm
62cm
33m
15cm
60cm
iii) Centre of 1st shoulder sleeper to centre of 2nd
shoulder sleeper
61cm
60cm
75cm
67.5cm
66cm
iv) Centre of 2nd shoulder sleeper to centre of
intermediate shoulder sleeper
66cm
64cm
78cm
77cm
77.5cm
i) Rail ends to centre of sleeper
ii) Centre of joint sleeper to centre of 1st
shoulder sleeper
c. Sleeper spacing for curve with Mid-staggered Joint:
Sleepers =18 nos. per single rail length.
Sleeper spacing
18 sleeper per rail
13m
12m
15cm
15cm
ii) Centre of joint sleeper to centre of 1 shoulder sleeper
65cm
65cm
iii) Centre of 1st shoulder sleeper to centre of 2nd shoulder sleeper
75cm
70cm
85cm
75cm
i) Rail ends to centre of sleeper
st
nd
iv) Centre of 2 shoulder sleeper to centre of intermediate shoulder sleeper
12.
Full quantities of small fittings are to be fitted completely after slewing the track to
correct alignment as directed by Engineer-in-Charge at Site.
13.
The track so linked shall be aligned correctly to the alignment pegs given or as
directed by Engineer till it takes correct position and the remaining two bolts to be
fixed in fish plated joints.
14.
During the above process, alignment, adjustment and squaring of sleepers, gauging,
Cross level and longitudinal levels should be checked and rectified by doing packing
as directed.
15.
The operation of spreading of stone ballast, lifting and packing should continue till
such time the track attains final level and shape.
16.
Greasing of fish plates, fish bolts and nuts with lubricating oil and graphite grease to
be done by cleaning fishing planes of rail ends with wire brush.
Screening of Track should be done as per Indian Railways Permanent Way Manual
Para-238 and as per direction of Engineer- in- Charge. For screening work,
required wooden blocks & wedges are to be arranged by the contractors. No
extra payment will be made for arranging wooden blocks.
The works should be executed in a workman like manner to the satisfaction of
the Engineer-in-Charge at site. The contractor will be primarily responsible for Safety
17.
18.
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19.
of traffic that moves on opened up track, not withstanding the presence of RITES
representative at site.
Good quality track ballast as per specification and of approved quality will have to
be supplied and stacked on ‘Cess’ of formation or at the toe of bank or at suitable
places as directed by RITES representative. Stacks will be measured jointly by the
contractor and RITES' s representative and entered in a register to be signed jointly
by them.
20.
Lifting and spreading of stone ballast includes all lead, lift, ascent, descent,
crossing road/ railway, handling as required for packing tracks from the stacks
measured and passed already including all labour, tools and plants for the
operation and the same will be arranged by the contractor at his own cost. The
payment for spreading will be made based on measurement of ballast supplied in
stacks, less shrinkage.
21.
Pulling out of ballast on to the formation by ballast rakes and boxing is to be done as
per specified profiles. Proper templates and loglines should be used. The width
at the shoulder should be as directed by Engineer-in-Charge which will
normally be not less than 3.55 metre (11'-0") and not more than 3.66 metre
(12'-0").
22.
No ballast should be wasted on the slopes of banks or in cuttings or any places.
23.
After the ballast is measured, the Contractor shall spread it on top
of the blanketing surface/formation/in the track with standard profile. After
spreading, the ballast profile should be consolidated.
24.
The thickness of the finished ballast spread should be as specified by the
Field Engineer, and the layer should be dressed and boxed to proper profile and
dimensions.
25.
While spreading the ballast on the finished formation, care shall be taken
that the formation/blanketing surfaces is not damaged. In no circumstances,
vehicular carts/trucks shall be permitted to ply on the finished blanketing/ formation.
In case some damage to the surface is done, the Contractor shall repair the damages at
his own cost before spreading the ballast.
26.
Through packing of railway track on any type and any density of sleepers which
will consist of –
(i) Opening of the road,
(ii) Examination of rails, sleepers and fastenings,
(iii) Squaring of sleepers,
(iv) Slewing of track to correct alignment,
(v) Gauging,
(vi) Packing of sleepers including lifting & leveling,
(vii) Repacking of joint sleepers,
(viii) Boxing of ballast section & tidying.
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27.
The length of track to be opened out on any day must not be more than that can be
efficiently tackled by the end of the day. Broken or missing fittings are to be replaced
and loose ones tightened. Cross drains are to be provided at mid section each rail
except sharper curve track. On sharper curve track the cross drains are to be provided
as per direction of Engineer in-charge.
28.
Through packing of points and crossings 1 in 8.1/2 or diamond x-over / derailing
switch will comprise opening out of ballast, squaring of sleepers, replacing or
readjusting fittings to keep correct gauge clearances of check rail, wing rails, etc.
including lifting or lowering as necessary and packing all the sleepers in the points
and crossings efficiently and finishing all works with boxing and dressing of the
shoulder ash ballast neatly. All bolts and nuts including crossing bolts, check rail
bolts, slide chairs, tongue rails, heel block bolts etc. are to be properly oiled and
greased also.
29.
Picking up slacks will include lifting and packing of sleepers where necessary,
attention to all fittings and fastenings, adjusting gauge, cross level and longitudinal
level, cleaning of drain etc. as directed by the RITES' representative at site at
specified scattered locations. The work should be neatly finished with proper boxing.
30.
Any sleeper which have shifted from correct spacing or gone out of square shall be
moved back and square after loosening the fastenings. The fastenings shall be
tightened again after squaring.
31.
The track shall be slewed to correct alignment by sighting along the rail head of the
base rail. It should be ensured that track does not get lifted in the process of slewing.
32.
The track shall then be given a final packing. For this, sighting shall be done along
the base rail and any dip or low joint are found, the same are to be attended for its
correction by packing of sleepers. After the base rail is thus packed for two or three
rails length, the cross level should be checked and the opposite rail lifted wherever
necessary and sleepers under the rail seat packed.
33.
The joint and shoulder sleepers shall be re-packed and
time of each through packing of sleepers.
34.
Oiling and greasing hand operated points will include adjusting the point Roding
and fixing hand lever frame, where found necessary by means of spikes with the
sleepers for smooth operation of the point and adjusting the opening between tongue
rail and stock rail. For any bent tongue rail, if required, Jim-crowing may have to be
done and the gap adjusted as required. Blacksmith and other staff for this work, as
required, will be deputed by the Contractor at his cost. Oil & Grease to be supplied by
the Contractor at his own cost.
35.
Gauge:
cross level adjusted at the
Will be with standard broad gauge on straight and curves upto 350 m radius and 5
mm slack on sharper curves with a Permissible variation with (+) or (-) 3mm. But
not exceeding 1 mm between consecutive sleepers.
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36.
Alignment:
Should be perfectly straight verified by sighting. On curves, the alignment should be
correct of versine or as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge, who will pass the work.
i) Straight on 10M chord = (+) or (-) 2mm;
ii) Curves of radius 600M on 10M chord = (+) or (-) 5mm;
iii) Curves of radius 600M on 20M chord = (+) or (-) 10mm.
37.
Level:
To be checked by level board and spirit level. Track should be free from sag and low
joints. Permissible variation of Cross levels being (+) or (-) 3 mm. but not
exceeding 1 mm between consecutive sleepers.
38.
Joint out of square :
i) On straight = (+) or (-) 10mm;
ii) On curves = 1/2 pitch of fish bolt holes.
39.
High Joint: Permissible upto 2mm.
40.
Low Joint: Not permissible.
41.
All the elastic rail clips should be thoroughly cleaned. Grease to IS:400-1981
(Specifications for Grease No. 'O' Graphite) should then be applied on Central leg of
the E.R.C. and eye of Inserts and then the clip should be driven at the
time of assembly. The rate accepted includes the cost of the grease as per
specifications and labour.
42.
During execution of the work, contractor should arrange for protection of track and
displaying the signals as per extent rule of Indian Railways.
43.
All the P. Way tools such as (a) Rail tongs, (b) Crow bars, (c) Fishing spanners, (d)
Hammers, (e) Keying hammers, (f) Cotter splitters, (g) Shovels, (h) Mortar Pans,
(i) Beaters, (j) Track Lifting Jacks, (k) Gauges, (l) Level Board, (m) Spirit levels,
(n) Cant Board, (o) Expansion Liners, (p) Wooden Squares, (q) Steel Tape ®
Wire brushes, (s) Cotton waster, (t) Rake Ballast, (u) Chamfering tools, (v) Soap as
required for the work as assessed by the Engineer- in-Charge depending on the
labour strength will be arranged by the contractor at his own cost
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3. SPECIFICATIONS FOR SUPPLY OF BALLAST
(BASED ON IRS-GE-1/JUNE-2004)
1.0
1.15
Ballast Supply :
This specification will be applicable for stone ballast to be used for all types of
sleepers on normal track, turn-outs, tunnels and deck slabs etc on all routs.
2.0
Quality of stone ballast in General :
2.1
Basic quality: Ballast should be hard durable and as far as possible angular along
edges/corners, free from weathered portions of parent rock, organic impurities and
inorganic residues.
2.2
Particle shape: Ballast should be cubical in shape as far as possible. Individual pieces
should not be flaky and should have generally flat faces with not more than two
rounded/ sub- rounded faces.
2.3
Mode of manufacture: The ballast shall be machine crushed and conforming to the
Railway specifications for machine crushed ballast.
2.4
Physical Properties: The ballast samples when tested for physical properties
(abrasion and impact) in accordance with IS: 2386 (Part-IV)-1963 should have the
under mentioned values:
i)
ii)
Aggregate Abrasion Test (Using 105 Angles Abrasion Testing Machine).
Aggregate Abrasion value (Percent)
- Maximum 30%.
Aggregate Impact Test.
Impact values (Percent)
– Maximum 20%
2.5
The water absorption test as per IS: 2386, Part-III-1963, which should not be
more than 2.5% vide correction slip-3 issued by Railway Board.
2.6
Track ballast should be obtained from good quality stones / boulder; and top layer, if
weathered, must not be used.
3.0
Size and Gradation of ballast:
3.1
The track ballast shall be well graded of the following size: a) Retained on 65 mm square mesh sieve
- 5% maximum.
b) Retained on 40 mm square mesh sieve*
- 40% to 60%
c) Retained on 20 mm square mesh sieve - not less than 98% for machine crushed.
- not less than 95% for hand broken.
* For machine crushed ballast only.
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4.0
Over-size and under-size ballast :
4.1
Over-size ballast Tolerances:
4.1.1
Retention on 65 mm square mesh sieve: A maximum of 5% ballast retained on 65
mm square mesh sieve shall be allowed without deduction of in payment.
In case ballast retained on 65 mm square mesh sieve exceeds 5% but does not exceed
10%, payment at 5% reduction in contracted rate shall be made for the full stack.
Stacks having more than 10% retention of ballast on 65 mm square mesh sieve, the
stack shall be rejected.
In case ballast retained on 40 mm square mesh sieve (machine crushed case only)
exceeds 60% limit prescribed in 3.1 (b) above, payment at following reduced rates
shall be made for the full stack in addition to the reduction worked out at 4.1.1 above.
5% reduction in contracted rate shall be made if retention on 40 mm Square mesh
sieve is between 60% (excluding) and 65% (including).
10% reduction in contracted rate shall be made if retention on 40 mm Square mesh
sieve is between 65% (excluding) and 70% (including).
4.1.3
In case retention on 40 mm square mesh sieve exceeds 70%, the stack shall
rejected.
be
4.1.4
In case of Hand broken ballast supply, 40 mm sieve analysis may ot be carried out.
The executive may however ensure that the ballast is well graded between 65 mm and
20 mm.
4.2
Under-size ballast – Tolerances :
The ballast shall be treated as under-sized and shall be rejected if-
4.2.1
Retention on 40 mm Sq. mesh sieves less than 40%.
4.2.2
Retention on 20 mm Sq. mesh sieve is less than 98% (for machine crushed ballast) or
95% (for Hand broken ballast).
5.0
Sieve analysis for size and gradation:
The screens for sieving ballast shall be of square mesh and shall not be less than
100cm in length, 70cm in breadth and 10cm in height on the sides. The squareness of
the individual hole in the sieves viz. 65, 40 and 20 mm should be ensured. The sieves
to be used for the sieve analysis.
Sieve sizes mentioned above are the nominal sizes. However the following tolerances
in the sizes of holes for 65, 40 and 20 mm nominal sizes are permitted.
65mm square mesh sieve plus minus (±) 1.5mm
40mm square mesh sieve plus minus (±) 1.5mm
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20mm square mesh sieve plus minus (±) 1.0mm
When carrying out sieve analysis, the screen shall not be kept inclined, but held
horizontally, and shaken vigorously. The pieces of ballast retained on the screen can
be turned with hand to see if they pass through but should not be pushed through the
screen openings.
The percentage of ballast passing through or retained on the sieve shall be
determined by weight.
6.0
Sampling of ballast:
6.1
A minimum of 3 samples of ballast for sieve analysis shall be taken for measurement
done on any particular date even if the numbers of stacks to be measured are less than
three.
6.2
The test viz. determination of Abrasion value, Impact value and water absorption
value should be got done through the following laboratories/Govt. Institutions.
Any Zonal Railway Laboratory or any Railway approved Laboratory/ Institution.
National Test House, Alipore, Kolkata
RITES Laboratory (where available),
Any Govt. laboratory/institution
6.3
In order to ensure supply of uniform quality of ballast, the following norms shall be
followed in respect of sampling, testing and acceptance.
6.3.1
On supply of first 100 cum. the test for size, Gradation, Abrasion value, Impact value
and water absorption value (as prescribed) shall be carried out. Further supply shall
be accepted only after this ballast satisfies the specification for these tests. RITES Ltd
reserves the right to terminate the contract at this stage itself in case the ballast supply
fails to conform with any of these specifications.
6.3.2
All Costs towards the laboratory test should be borne by the contractor.
6.3.3
Subsequent tests shall be carried out as follows:
Sl.
No
.
(a)
(b)
Supply in stacks
For each stack of volume For each stack of volume
less than 100 cum
more than 100 cum.
Size & Gradation Test :Testing frequency --------
One for each stack.
One for each stack.
Size of sample ------------
** 0.027 cum
** 0.027 cum. for every
100 cum or part
thereof.
Abrasion value, Impact
value and Water absorption
Tests ** :Testing frequency -------One for every 2000 cum.
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** This sample should be collected using a wooden box of internal dimension 0.3m x
0.3m x 0.3m from different parts of the stack/wagon.
These tests shall be done for the purpose of maintaining quality during supply. In
case of the test results not being as per the prescribed specifications at any stage,
further supplies shall be suspended till suitable corrective action is taken and supplies
ensured as per the specifications.
The above tests may be carried out more frequently if warranted at the discretion of
Engineer-in-charge of RITES Ltd.
All tests for Abrasion value, Impact value and water absorption value conducted
subsequently after award of contract shall be done as per direction of In-charge of the
work at contractor cost.
6.4
In the event of the ballast being rejected the Contractor/Agency will have to remove
the rejected ballast from the work-site expeditiously at his own cost.
6.5
The Engineer shall mark all rejected ballast in any manner he considers fit to prevent
them from being removed and mixed with good/accepted ballast and the Contractor
shall within a fortnight from the date of the order of removal, remove the rejected
ballast to such place as may be directed by the Engineer and, in the event of
contractor’s failure to do so the Engineer may cause it to be removed and all costs of
such removal shall be payable on demand by the Contractor to RITES Ltd and
without prejudice to any other mode of recovery, may be deducted from any money,
that may be due or may become due to the contractor or from the Contractor’s bill for
any other works executed for RITES Ltd on behalf of Employer.
6.6
Should RITES Ltd, under any special circumstances, agree to take over all or part of
the rejected ballast, the same will be paid for at rates to be fixed by the authority
accepting the tender and agreed to by the contractor in writing.
7.0
The screen for sieve analysis as specified in specification as also the standard box for
measuring volume should be kept available at site by the contractor at his own cost,
for use by the Engineer or his representative after proper check, in carrying out sieve
analysis. Labours required for doing sieve analysis will be supplied by the contractor
free of cost. The contractor must also accept the results of such analysis in writing.
8.0
Each stack of ballast shall be serially numbered and may be as long and broad as
possible. After the stacks are measured, they should be sprinkled with lime in the
form of cross on all the sides of the stack at the contractors own cost to the
satisfaction of the Engineer-in-Charge of RITES Ltd. Suitable space should be left in
between stacks in adjacent zones so that there is no possibility of materials of fresh
stacks in one zone mixing with stacks already measured in the adjacent zone.
9.0
Entries in the ballast measurement register should not be over written. If any
correction is required the same should be done by striking off the old entry by
drawing a line and showing proper entry by its side.
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10.0
Ballast is to be stacked proper trapezoidal section on the cess or berms, or on the line
or in depots as may be ordered by the Engineer concerned, in stacks as large as
possible and ordinarily not less than 1.0 metre in height except hilly areas where it
may 0.5 m. The height shall not be mote than 2.0 m. Top width of the stack shall not
bee less than 1.0 metre. Top of stack shall be kept parallel to the ground plane. The
side slopes of stack should not be flatter than 1.5: 1 (Horizontal: Vertical). Cubical
content of each stack shall normally be not less than 30 (thirty) Cum in plain areas
and 15 cum in hilly areas.
11.0
The Engineer should, as far as possible, set out the sites for ballast stacks. Stacking
ground must be fairly dressed to a proper plane by the contractor at his own cost
before stacking is started. Completed stacks must be properly finished before being
offered for acceptance and measurement.
12.0
It must be distinctly understood that the accepted rate is for ballast which conforms in
all particulars of quality, stack measurements, gauge, completion within time limit
and delivery at site fixed upon, with the specification and conditions of contract. If,
therefore, the officer deputed to measure up a Contractor’s ballast is not satisfied that
the above conditions and specifications have been complied with, he is at liberty to
take either of the following courses.
To refuse to measure up such ballast at all giving his reasons in writing for so doing to
the Contractor.
To call upon the contractor in writing to screen his ballast of dirt and admixtures
beyond the specified limit or to break it to gauge, or to re-stack it to proper
dimensions, or all three as may be required, prior to further inspection and
measurement by a fixed date, within the time limit imposed in the agreement.
13.0
The contractor shall provide at his own cost adequate labour and tools for opening out
stacks for inspection and for carrying out screening test.
14.0
The contractor shall supply all necessary tools for the work and also bamboos, pegs,
strings etc. necessary for measurement of ballast.
15.0
Wagon Measurement:
In case ballast supply taken by direct loading into wagons, a continuous white line
should be painted inside the wagon to indicate the level to which the ballast should be
loaded. The cubical content in cubic metre corresponding to white line should also be
painted on both sides outside the wagon.
In addition to painted line, mentioned in para 15(i) above, short pieces of flats (cut
pieces of tie bars or otherwise) with cubical contents punched shall be welded at the
centre of all the four sides as permanent reference. In case the supply is taken in
general service wagon, actual measurements will be taken.
16.0
Shrinkage allowance:
Payment shall be made for the gross measurement either in stacks or in wagons
without any deduction for shrinkage/voids. However, when ballast supply is made in
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wagons, shrinkage upto 8% shall be permitted at destination while verifying the
booked quantities by the consignee.
17.0
Stack measurement:
The quantity shall be calculated as per the following formula for the ballast supplied.
Q
=
LB + LT
-------X
2
WB + WT
--------2
X
H
When, Q = Quantity of Ballast
LB = Average length of the stack at the bottom.
LT = Average length of the stack at the top
WB = Average width of the stack at the bottom
WT = Average width of the stack at the top
H = Average height of the stack.
The plan of the stack should be either square or rectangular.
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4. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION OF CONCRETE WORKS
1.
SCOPE
1.1
This specification covers the general requirements for concrete, using on site
production facilities, including requirements in regard to the quality, handling,
storage of ingredients, proportioning, batching, mixing, transporting, laying, curing,
protecting, repairing, finishing and testing of concrete, formwork requirements in
regard to the quality, storage, bending and fixing of reinforcement as well as mode of
measurement & payment for completed works.
1.2
It shall be very clearly understood that the specifications given herein are brief and do
not cover minute details. However, all works shall have to be carried out in
accordance with the relevant standards & codes of practices or in their absence, in
accordance with the best accepted current engineering practice or as directed by
Engineer-in-Ch. time to time.The decision of Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized
representative as regards the specification to be adopted & their interpretation and the
mode of the execution of the work shall be final & binding on contractor & no claim
whatsoever will be entertained on this account.
2.
APPLICABLE CODES AND SPECIFICATIONS
The following Specifications standards & codes including all official amendments
/revisions & other specifications & codes referred to therein, should be considered a
part of this specification. In all cases the latest issue/edition/revision shall apply. In
case of discrepancy between the specification & those referred to herein below or
other specifications forming a part of this bid document, this specification shall
govern.
2.2
MATERIALS
1)
IS : 8112- Specification for 53 grade OPC
2)
IS : 455- Specification for Portland slag cement
3)
IS : 383 – Specification for coarse & fine aggregate
4)
IS: 1786- Specification for high strength deformed steel bars & wire for
concrete reinforcement.
5)
IS: 9103 – Specification for admixtures for concrete.
6)
IS: 4990 – Specification for plywood for concrete shuttering work.
2.3
MATERIAL TESTING
1)
IS: 4031(Part1 to part 13) – Methods of physical tests for hydraulic cement.
2)
IS: 4032 – Method of chemical analysis of hydraulic cement.
3)
IS: 650- Specification for standard sand for testing of cement.
4)
IS:2430 – Methods for sampling of aggregates for concrete.
5)
IS: 2386 (Part1 to 8) – Methods of test for aggregates for concrete.
6)
IS: 3025 – Methods of sampling & test (Physical & Chemical) water used in
industry.
2.4
MATERIAL STORAGE
IS: 4082 – Recommendations on stacking & storing of construction material at site
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2.5
CONCRETE MIX DESIGN
1)
Recommendation guidelines for concrete Mix Design IS: 10262
2)
Sp: 23 (S & T) – Hand book on Concrete Mixes.
2.6
CONCRETE TESTING
1)
IS: 1199 – Method of sampling & analysis of concrete.
2)
IS: 516 - Methods for test for strength of concrete.
EQUIPMENT
2.7
1)
2)
3)
IS: 2438 – Specification for roller pan mixer
IS: 5892 - Specification for concrete transit mixer & agitator.
IS: 2506 - General requirement for concrete vibrators, immersion type
2.8
CODE OF PRACTICE
1)
IS: 456-2000 – Code of practice for plain & reinforced concrete.
2)
IS: 2502 – Code of practice for bending & fixing of bars for concrete
reinforcement.
3)
IS: 7861 – Code of practice for extreme weather concreting
Part – I – Recommended practice for hot weather concreting
Part – II – Recommended practice for cold weather concreting
2.9
MEASUREMENTS
IS: 1200(Part2, 5 & 23) – Method of measurement of building & engineering works
3.0
3.1
GENERAL
Engineer – In- Charge or his authorized representative shall have the Right at all
times to inspect all operations including the source of materials, procurement, layout,
& storage of materials, the concrete batching & mixing equipment, & the quality
control system. Such an inspection shall be arranged & RITES representatives
approval obtained, prior to starting the concrete work. This shall however, not relieve
contractor of any of his responsibilities. All materials, which do not conform to this
specification, shall be rejected.
3.2
Materials should be selected so that they can satisfy the design requirement of
strength, serviceability, safety, durability & finish with due regards to the functional
requirements & the environmental conditions to which the structure will be subjected.
Materials complying with codes /standards shall generally be used. Other materials
may be used after approval of the RITES representative and after establishing their
performance suitability based on previous data, experience or tests.
MATERIALS
4.0
4.1
4.1.1
CEMENT
Unless otherwise specified or called for by RITES representative, cement shall be
ordinary Portland cement conforming to IS: 8112, IS: 455, IS: 12269. However, in
case slag cement is used, prior approval shall be taken from the Engineer-in-charge.
(Cement to be used ACC, Lafarge, Ultratech, & OCL Brand for this work).
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4.1.2
Where Slag cement are used, it shall be ensured that consistency of quality is
maintained, there will be no adverse interactions between the materials & the finish
specified is not marred.
4.1.3
Only one type of cement shall be used in any one mix. The source of supply of type
or brand of cement within the same structure or portion thereof shall not be changed
without approval from Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized representative.
4.1.4
Cement which is not used within 90 days from the date of manufacture shall be tested
at a laboratory approved by RITES & Until the result of such tests are found
satisfactory, it shall not be used in any work.
4.2
4.2.1
AGGREGATES (GENERAL)
Aggregates shall consist of naturally occurring stones (crushed or uncrushed), gravel
& sand. They shall be chemically inert, strong, hard, clean, durable against
weathering, of limited porosity, free from dust/silt/organic impurities / deleterious
materials & conform to IS: 383.
4.2.2
Aggregates shall be washed and screened before use where necessary or if
directed by the Engineer – In- Charge of RITES or his authorized representative.
4.2.3
Aggregates containing reactive materials shall be used only after tests conclusively
prove that there will be no adverse effect on strength, durability & finish, including
long term effects, on the concrete. However, in general such aggregates containing
reactive material shall not be used.
4.2.4
The maximum size of coarse aggregate shall be as stated on the drawings but in no
case greater than ¼ of minimum thickness of member.
4.2.5
Plums 160mm & above of a reasonable size may be used where directed. Plums
shall not constitute more than 20% by volume of the concrete.
4.3
4.3.1
WATER
Water used for both mixing & curing shall conform to IS-456-2000. Potable water are
generally satisfactory. Water containing any excess of acid, alkali, sugar or salt shall
not be used.
4.4
4.4.1
REINFORCEMENT
Reinforcement bars shall conform IS: 1786 as shown or specified on the drawing.
(SAIL/SRMB/SHYAM/TISCON)
All reinforcement shall be clean, free from pitting , oil, grease , paint, loose mill
scales , rust , dirty, dust or any other substance that will destroy or reduce bond.
4.4.2
4.4.3
If permitted by Engineer –In – Charge of RITES , welding of reinforcement shall be
done in accordance with IS : 2751 or IS: 9417
4.5
SAMPLES & TESTING
4.5.1
All materials used for the works shall be tested before use in accordance with RITES
Quality assurance Plan which are enclosed herewith
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4.5.2
Manufacturers test certificate shall be furnished for each batch of cement, steel and
when directed by Engineer – In- Charge samples shall also be got tested by the
contractor in a laboratory approved by state/ central government at no extra cost to
RITES.
4.5.3
Sampling & Testing shall be as per RITES Quality Assurance Plan under the
supervision of Engineer- In- Charge or his authorized representative. The cost of all
test sampling etc. shall be borne by the contractor.
4.5.4
Water to be used shall be tested to comply with requirements of IS: 456-2000.
5.0
STORING OF MATERIALS
5.1
All materials shall be stored in a manner so as to prevent its deterioration and
contamination, which would prevent its use in the works. Requirements of IS: 4082
shall be complied with.
5.2
Contractor will have to make his own arrangement for the storage of adequate
quantity of cement. If such cement is not stored properly & has , deteriorated , the
material shall be rejected. Cement bags shall be stored in dry weather proof shed with
a raised floor, well away from the outer wall & insulated from the floor to avoid
moisture from ground. Not more than 15 bags shall be stacked in any tier. EngineerIn- Charge or his authorized representative shall approve storage arrangement.
Storage under tarpaulins shall not be permitted. Each consignment of cement shall be
stored separately & consumed in its order of receipt.
5.3
Each size of coarse & fine aggregate shall be stacked separately and shall be
protected from leaves & contamination with foreign materials. The stacks shall be
on hard clean, free draining away from the concrete mixing area.
5.4
Contractor shall make his own arrangement for storing water at site in tanks to
prevent contamination.
5.5
The reinforcement shall be stacked on top of timber sleepers to avoid contact with
ground / water. Each type & size shall be stacked separately.
6.0
DESIGN MIX CONCRETE
6.1
MIX DESIGN TESTING
6.1.1
For Design Mix Concrete, the mix shall be designed according to IS: 10262 & SP:23
to provide the grade of concrete having the required workability & characteristic
strength not less than appropriate values given in IS: 456-2000 . The design mix shall
in addition be such that it is cohesive & does not segregate & should result in a dense
& durable concrete & also capable of giving the finish as specified. For liquid
retaining structures the mix shall also result in watertight concrete. The contractor
shall exercise great care while designing the concrete mix & executing the works to
achieve the desired result.
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6.1.2
Unless otherwise specifically mentioned the minimum cement content for design mix
concrete shall be as per IS: 456-2000 (Table No.-5)
GRADE OF CONCRETE
M20
M25
M35
MINIMUM CEMENT CONTENT IN
KG/CU.M OF CONCRETE
300
320
350
The minimum cement content stipulated above shall be adopted irrespective of
whether the contractor achieves the desired strength with less quantity of cement. The
contractor’s quoted rates for concrete shall provide for the above eventuality &
nothing extra shall become payable to the contractor in this account. Even in the case
where the quantity of cement required is higher than that specified above to achieve
desired strength based on an approved mix design, nothing extra shall become
payable to the contractor.
6.1.3
It shall be contractor’s sole responsibility to carry out the mix design at his own cost.
He shall furnish to Engineer – In- Charge at least 30 days before concreting
operation, a statement of proportions to be used for the various concrete mixes & the
strength results obtained. The strength requirements of the concrete mixes ascertained
on 150mm cubes as per IS: 516 shall comply with IS: 456-2000
GRADE OF
CONCRETE
M 20
M25
M 35
6.1.4
MINIMUM
COMPRE-SSIVE
STRENGTH
(N/SQMM)AT
7DAYS
13.5
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23.50
SPECIFIED
CHARACTERISTIC
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH
( N/SQMM) AT 28 DAYS
20
25
35
A range of slumps which shall generally be used for various types of construction
unless otherwise instructed by the Engineer – In – Charge.
STRUCTURE /MEMBER
SLUMP IN MILLIMETER
MAXIMU
M
75
75
50
100
75
100
MINIMUM
Reinforced foundation walls &Footings
25
Plain footings, caissons & substructure walls
25
D.G & Massive compressor foundations
25
Slabs, beams & reinforced Walls
25
Pump & miscellaneous equipment Foundations
25
Building Columns
25
6.1.5 BATCHING & MIXING OF CONCRETE
6.1.5.1 Proportions of aggregate & cement, as decided by the concrete mix design shall be
by volume. These proportions shall be maintained during subsequent concrete
batching.
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6.1.5.2 Amount of water added shall be such as to produce dense concrete of required
consistency, specified strength & satisfactory workability & shall be so adjusted to
account for moisture content in the aggregates. Water – cement ratio specified for
use by Engineer- In- Charge shall be maintained. Each time the work stops, the
mixer shall be cleaned out, and while recommending, the first batch shall have 10%
additional cement to allow for sticking in the drum.
6.1.5.3 Arrangement should be made by the contractor to have the cubes tested in an
approved laboratory or laboratory set up by contractor at site. Sampling & testing of
strength & workability of concrete shall be as per IS:1199, IS:516 & IS:456-2000.
6.2
NOMINAL MIX CONCRETE
6.2.1
MIX DESIGN & TESTING
6.2.2
Mix design & Preliminary test are not necessary for nominal mix concrete. However
works tests shall be carried out as per IS: 456-2000. However it will be Contractor’s
sole responsibility to adopt appropriate nominal mix proportions to yield the
specified strength.
6.2.3
BATCHING & MIXING OF CONCRETE
6.2.4
Based on the adopted nominal mixes aggregates shall be measured by
volume. However cement shall be by weight only.
6.2.5
If nominal mix concrete made in accordance with the proportions given for a
particular grade does not yield the specified strength, such concrete shall be
classified as belonging to the appropriate lower grade. Nominal mix concrete
proportioned for a given grade in accordance with IS: 456-2000, shall not however,
be placed in higher grade on the ground that the test strengths are higher than the
minimum specified.
7.0
FORM WORK
7.1
Form work shall be inclusive & shall consist of but not limited to shores, bracings,
sides of footings, walls, beams & columns, bottom of slabs etc. including ties,
anchors, hangers, inserts, false work, wedges etc.
7.2
The design & engineering of the form work as well as its construction shall be the
responsibility of the contractor. However, if so desired by the Engineer-in- Charge
the drawings & calculations for the design of the formwork shall be submitted to
Engineer-in-Charge.
7.3
Form work shall be designed to fulfill the following requirements:
a)
Sufficiently rigid & tight to prevent loss of grout or mortar from the concrete
at all stages & appropriate to the methods of placing & compacting.
b)
Made of suitable materials.
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c)
Capacity of providing concrete of the correct shape & surface finish within
the specified tolerance limits.
d)
Self weight , reinforcement & concrete weight , all loads & dynamic effects
arising from construction & compacting activities ,wind & weather forces.
e)
Capable of easily striking without shock, disturbance damage to the
concrete.
f)
Soffit forms capable of imparting a camber if required.
g)
Soffit forms & supports capable of being left in position, if required
h)
Capable of being cleaned & /or coated immediately prior to casting the
concrete; design temporary where necessary for these purposes & to
facilitate the preparation of construction joints.
7.4
The formwork may be steel or Plywood depending upon type of finish specified.
Joints between formwork & formwork & between formwork & structure shall be
sufficiently tight to prevent loss of slurry from concrete, using seals if necessary.
7.5
The faces of formwork coming in contact with concrete shall be cleaned & two
coats of approved mould oil applied before fixing reinforcement. All rubbish,
particularly chipping, shavings, sawdust, wire pieces dust etc. shall be removed
from the interior of the forms before the concrete is placed. Where directed,
cleaning of forms shall be done by blasting with a jet of compressed air at no extra
cost.
7.6
Forms intended to refuse shall be treated with care. Forms that have deteriorated
shall not be used. Before refuse, all forms shall be thoroughly scrapped, cleaned,
nails removed, holes suitably plugged, joints repaired & warped lumber replaced to
the specification of Engineer – In- Charge. Contractor shall equip himself with
enough shuttering to allow for wastage so as to complete the job in time.
7.7
Permanent formwork shall be checked for its durability & compatibility with
adjoining concrete before it is used in the structure. It shall be properly anchored in
the concrete.
7.8
Wire ties passing through beams, columns & walls shall not be allowed. In their
place bolts passing through sleeves shall be used. Formwork spacers left in situ
shall not impair the desired appearance or durability of the structure by causing
spalling, rust staining or allowing the passage of moisture.
7.9
Formwork showing excessive distortion, during any stage of construction, shall be
repositioned & strengthened. Placed concrete affected by faulty formwork, shall
be entirely removed & formwork corrected prior to placement to new concrete at
Contractor’s cost.
7.10
The striking time for formwork shall be determined based on the following
requirements:
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a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
7.11
Development of adequate concrete strength.
Permissible deflection at time of striking formwork.
Curing procedure employed – Its efficiency & effectiveness.
Subsequent surface treatment to be done.
Prevention of thermal cracking at re–entrant angles.
Ambient temperatures.
Aggressiveness of the environment (Unless immediate adequate steps are
taken to prevent damage to the concrete.)
Under normal circumstances (generally where temperatures are above 200C forms
may be struck after expiry of the time period given In IS: 456-2000 unless
directed otherwise by Engineer – In- Charge. For Portland Slag Cement the
stripping time shall be suitably modified as directed by the Engineer-in- Charge.
It is the contractors responsibility to ensure that forms are not struck until the
concrete has developed sufficient strength to support itself, does not undergo
excessive deformation & resist surface damage & any stresses arising during the
constructional period.
8.0
FINISHES
8.1
8.1.1
GENERAL
The formwork for concrete works shall be such as to give the finish as specified.
The contractor shall make good as directed any unavoidable defects consistent
with the type of concrete & finish specified; defects due to bad workman ship
(e.g. damaged or misaligned forms, defective or poor compacted concrete) will
not be accepted. Contractor shall construct the formwork using the correct
materials & to meet the requirements of the design & to produce finished
concrete to required dimensions, plumbs, planes & finishes.
8.2
8.2.1
SURFACE FINISH TYPE – F1
This type of finish shall be non exposed concrete surface against which back fill
or concrete is to be placed. The main requirement is that of dense, well
compacted concrete. No treatment is required except repair of defective areas,
filling all form holes & cleaning up of loose or adhering debries. For surfaces
below grade, which will receive waterproofing treatment, the concrete shall be
free of surface irregularities, which would interfere with proper & effective
application of waterproofing material specified for use.
8.3
SURFACE FINISH TYPE – F2
8.3.1
This type of finish shall be for all concrete work, which will be exposed to view
upon completion of the job. The appearance shall be that of smooth dense , wellcompacted concrete showing the slight marks of well fitted shuttering joints. The
Contractor shall make good any blemishes.
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9.0
REINFORCEMENT WORKMANSHIP
9.1
Reinforcing bars bent or in coils shall be straightened cold without damage at no
extra cost. No bending shall be done when ambient temperature is below 5 0C.
Local warming may be permitted if steel is kept below 100 0C.
9.2
All bars shall be accurately bent gradually & according to the sizes & shapes
shown on the drawings /schedules or as directed by Engineer.
9.3
Re-bending or straightening incorrectly bent bars shall not be done without
approval of engineer.
9.4
Reinforcement shall be accurately fixed & maintained firmly in the correct position
by the use of blocks, spacers, chairs, binding wire etc. to prevent displacement
during placing & compaction of concrete. The tied in place reinforcement shall be
approved by the Engineer – In- Charge prior to concrete placement. Spacers shall
be of such materials & designs as will be durable not lead to corrosion of the
reinforcement & not cause spalling of the concrete cover. The concrete cover shall
be constructed at the same proportion of original concrete.
9.5
Binding Wire shall be 16gauge soft annealed wire. Ends of the binding wire shall
be bent away from the concrete surface & in no case encroach into the concrete
cover.
9.6
Substitution of reinforcement, laps/splices not shown on the drawing shall be
subject to Engineer-in-charge’s approval.
10.0
10.1
TOLERANCE
Tolerance for form work & concrete dimensions shall be as per IS: 456-2000
unless specified otherwise.
11.0
PREPARATION PRIOR TO CONCRETE PLACEMENT
11.1
Before concrete is actually placed in position, the inside of the form work shall be
cleaned & mould oil applied, inserts & reinforcement shall be correctly positioned
& securely held, necessary openings, pockets etc provided.
11.2
All arrangement, formwork, equipment & proposed procedure, shall be approved by
Engineer–In–Charge. Contractor shall maintain separate pour card for each pour as
per the format supplied by RITES.
12.0
12.1
TRANSPORTING, PLACING & COMPACTING CONCRETE
Concrete shall be transported from the mixing plant to the form work with minimum
time lapse by methods that maintain the required workability & will prevent
segregation, loss of any ingredients or ingress of foreign matter of water.
12.2
In all cases concrete shall be deposited as nearly as practicable directly in its final
position. Concrete shall not be rehandled or caused to flow to avoid segregation.
For locations where direct placement is not possible & in narrow forms Contractor
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shall provide suitable drops & ‘Elephant Trunks’. Concrete shall not be dropped
from a height of more than 1.0 m.
12.3
Concrete shall not be placed in flowing water. Under water, concrete shall be placed
in position by tremies or by pipe line from the mixer & shall never be allowed to
fall freely through the water.
12.4
While placing concrete the contractor shall proceed as specified below & also
ensure the following:
a)
b)
Continuously between construction joints
Without disturbance to forms or reinforcement.
c)
Without disturbance to pipes, ducts, fixings & like to be cast in ; ensure that
such items are securely fixed. Ensure that concrete cannot enter open ends of
pipes & conduits.
d)
Without dropping in a manner that could cause segregation or shock.
e)
In deep pours only when the concrete & formwork designed for this purpose
& by using suitable chutes or pipes.
f)
Do not place if the workability is such that full compaction can not be
achieved.
g)
Without disturbing the unsupported sides of excavations; prevent
contamination of concrete with earth. Provide sheeting if necessary. In
supported excavation withdraw the linings progressively as concrete is
placed.
If placed directly into hardcore or any other porous material, dampen the
surface to reduce the lose of water from the concrete.
h)
i)
Record the time & placing of structural concrete.
12.5
Concrete shall normally be compacted in its final position within thirty minutes of
leaving the mixer. Concrete shall be compacted during placing with approved
vibrating equipment without causing segregation until it forms a solid mass free
from voids thoroughly worked around reinforcement & embedded fixtures & into
all concern of formwork. Immersion vibrator shall be inserted vertically at points
not more than 450 mm apart withdrawn slowly till air bubbles ceases to come to
the surface, leaving no voids. When placing concrete in layers advancing
horizontally, care shall be taken to ensure adequate vibration, blending & moulding
of the concrete between successive layers. Vibrators shall not be allowed to come
in contact with reinforcement, formwork & finished surfaces after start of initial
set. Over vibration shall be avoided.
12.6
Except when placing with slip form, each placement of concrete in multiple lift
work , shall be allowed to set for at least 24 hours after the final set of concrete
before the start of subsequent placement. Placing shall stop when concrete reaches
the top of the opening in walls or bottom surface of slab , in slab & beam
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construction , and it shall be resumed before concrete takes initial set but not until
it has time to settle as determined by Engineer–In–Charge. Concrete shall be
protected against damage until final acceptance.
13.0
CURING
Curing and protection shall start immediately after the completion of the concrete
to protect it from:
a) Premature drying out, particularly by solar radiation & wind.
b)
Leaching out by rain & flowing water;
c) rapid cooling during the first few days after placing.
d) high internal thermal gradients;
e)
Low temperature or frost;
f) Vibration & impact which may disrupt the concrete & interfere with its bond
to the reinforcement.
13.1
All concrete, unless directed otherwise by Engineer-in-Charge, shall be cured by
use of continuous sprays or ponded water or continuously saturated coverings of
sacking, canvas, hessian, or other absorbent material for the period of complete
hydration with a minimum of Ten days. The quality of curing water shall be the
same as that used for mixing.
13.2
Where a curing membrance is directed to be used by the Engineer-in-Charge, the
same shall be of non-wax base & shall not impair the concrete finish in any
member. The curing compound to be used shall be got approved from Engineer in-Charge before use & shall be applied with spraying equipment capable of a
smooth, even textured coat.
13.3
Covering the surface with an impermeable material such as polyethylene, which
shall be well sealed & fastened, may also do curing.
13.4
Extra precautions shall be exercised in curing concrete during cold & hot weather.
14.0
CONSTRUCTION JOINTS & KEYS
14.1
Construction joints will be as shown on the drawing or as approved by Engineerin–Charge. Concrete shall be placed without interruption until Completion of
work between construction joints. If stopping of concreting becomes unavoidable
anywhere, a properly formed construction joint shall be made with the approval of
Engineer–in–Charge.
14.2
Dowels for concrete work, not likely to be taken up in the near future, shall be
coated with cement slurry and encased in lean concrete as indicated on the
drawings or as directed by the Engineer – In- Charge.
14.3
Before resuming concreting on a surface which has hardened all laitance & loose
stone shall be thoroughly removed by wire brush / hacking & surface washed with
high pressure water jet & treated with thin layer of cement slurry for vertical joints
& a 15mm thick layer of cement sand mortar for horizontal layers, the ratio of
cement & sand being the same as in the concrete mix.
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14.4
When concrete is to be resumed on a surface, which has not fully hardened, all
laitance shall be removed by wire brushing, the surface wetted, free water
removed and a coat of cement slurry applied. On this a layer of concrete not
exceeding 150mm thickness shall be placed & well rammed against the old work.
There after work shall proceed in the normal way.
15.0
REPAIR & REPLACEMENT OF UNSATISFACTORY CONCRETE
15.1
Immediately after the shuttering is removed, all the defective areas such as
honeycombed surfaces, rough patches, holes left by form bolts etc. Shall be
brought to the notice of the Engineer–In–Charge who may permit patching of the
defective areas or reject the concrete work.
15.2
All through holes for shuttering shall be filled for full depth & neatly Plugged
flush with surface.
15.3
Rejected concrete shall be removed & replaced by contractor at no additional cost
to RITES
15.4
For patching of defective areas all loose materials shall be removed and the surface
shall be prepared as directed by the Engineer–In–Charge.
15.5
Bonding between hardened & fresh concrete shall be done either by placing cement
mortar or by epoxy . The decision of the Engineer–In-Charge as to the method of
repairs to be adopted shall be final & binding on the contractor & no extra claim
shall be entertained on this account. The surface shall be saturated with water for
24 hours before patching is done with 1:5 cement sand mortar. The use of epoxy
for bonding fresh concrete shall be carried out as directed by Engineer–In–Charge.
16.0
HOT WEATHER RERQIREMENT
16.1
Concreting during hot weather shall be carried out as per IS: 7861(Part -I).
16.2
Adequate provisions shall be made to lower concrete temperature, which shall not
exceed 400 C at the time of placement of fresh concrete.
16.3
Where directed by Engineer–In–Charge, Contractor shall spray non-wax based
curing compound on unformed concrete surfaces at no extra cost.
17.0
COLD WEATHER REQUIREMENTS
17.1
Concreting during cold weather shall be carried out as per IS: 7861 (part- II)
17.2
The ambient temperature during placement & up to final set shall not fall below 50
C. Approved antifreeze /accelerating additives shall be used where directed.
17.3
For major & large scale concreting works the temperature of concrete at times of
mixing & placing , the thermal conductivity of the formwork and its insulation
and stripping period shall be closely monitored
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ANNEXURE - 'A'
5.TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR THERMIT WELDING
1.0
Portion for welding.
1.1
The 'portion' used for welding shall conform to the technical requirements as
mentioned in IRS:T-19-1994. The suitability of the 'portion' for the welding process
in respect of the type and section of rails to be welded shall be ensured before
commencing welding. Only RDSO certified/passed portions should be used for
welding.
1.2
Equipment and staff for welding : The list for one set of A.T. welding equipment
by short preheating process is given in Annexure 2. The composition of thermit
welding team is given in Annexure 3.
1.3
Preparation of rail ends to be welded : The rail end face and adjacent sides at foot
(top and bottom), web and head up to 50 mm shall be thoroughly cleaned using
kerosene oil and brushing with wire brush to remove all dirt, grease and rust
before welding. Any burrs at the rail ends shall be removed by chiseling or
grinding.
Normally, no alumino -thermic welded joint shall be located closer than 4 m from
any other welded or fish plated joint.
1.4
Gap between rail ends : The two rail ends to be welded shall be held in position
with a uniform and vertical gap as per gap specified in Annexure 1. The uniformity
and verticality of the gap shall be measured by a gauge prior to welding. In case of
wide gap 50 + 1 / 75 + 1 mm welding, for repairing fractured /defective welds, it
shall be ensured that the end faces are vertical. In LWR/CWR territory,
hydraulic/mechanical rail tensor of suitable and approved design should be used
for maintaining correct rail gap during welding.
1.5
1.5.1
Preliminary work prior to welding.
In case of in-situ welding the rail fastenings for at least five sleepers on either side
of the proposed weld shall be loosened. The sleepers adjacent to the joint to be
welded shall be shifted to obtain a clear working space of 250 mm on either side to
accommodate the moulds, clamps, preheating equipment, etc. The rails shall then
be properly aligned, both horizontally and vertically.
1.5.2
When the welding work is carried out on cess, full rail length shall be levelled by
supporting on at least ten wooden blocks on either side. The rails shall be
properly aligned in horizontal and vertical direction and held in position.
Alignment of rail ends before welding
The rail ends to be welded shall be aligned in horizontal and vertical planes to the
dimensional limits indicated below.
1.6
1.6.1
1.6.1.1 Lateral alignment : The two rail ends, after alignment shall be within + 0.5 mm.
when checked with a 1.0 m straight edge at rail ends [ Fig. 4.7.1.1(a) & (b)]. Any
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difference in the widths of rail heads shall always be fully kept on the non-gauge
side, correctly aligning the rail ends on the gauge face.
1.6.1.2 Vertical alignment: The joint shall be kept higher by 3 to 4 mm for 72 UTS rails
and 2 to 2.4 mm for higher UTS rails when measured at the end of 1 m straight
edge ( as compensation against sagging caused by differential shrinkage on cooling)
(Fig. 4.7.1.2). This shall be achieved by wedges applied on the rail supporting blocks
on both sides of the joint.
1.7
1.7.1
Fixing of mould
Only prefabricated moulds supplied by the portion manufacturer shall be used for
welding. These are to be made by mixing high silica sand to IS:1987 with sodium
silicate to the required consistency, followed by passage of carbon dioxide gas.
These prefabricated moulds shall have adequate permeability for escape of mould
gases and adequate reinforcement to avoid mould crushing during transportation and
welding.
1.7.2
Before mounting on the rail ends to be welded, each pair of moulds shall be
examined for defects, dampness, cracks, blocked vents, etc. and defective moulds
discarded. The prefabricated moulds shall be handled with care as they are fragile
and liable to breakage.
1.7.3
During fixing the moulds, it shall be ensured that the Centre line of the rail gap
coincides with Centre line of the mould to avoid cross joint. The mould
jackets/shoes holding the pre-fabricated mould in a snug fit condition, after fixing,
shall be tightened by the application of adequate pressure. Excessive pressure may
cause breakage of mould and dropping of sand inside the mould cavity. Care shall
be taken during application of adequate pressure, it is essential for the moulds to fit
flush to each other across the bottom of the rail flange which can be checked by
feeling with fingers across the junction of the two halves of the moulds and by
looking down the riser aperture. The moulds should touch the bottom of rail foot
to ensure proper size of collar at the bottom.
1.7.4
After fixing the moulds, the gap between mould and the rail shall be packed firmly
with luting sand to prevent leakage of liquid weld metal. To protect the rail top table
from metal splashes during reaction, the adjacent rail surface on either side of the
moulds shall be covered with metal cover or smeared with luting sand upto 15 cm. on
either side.
Preheating
After fixing and luting of the moulds, the rail ends shall be uniformly pre-heated
throughout the rail section with specially designed air petrol/compressed air petrol/
oxygen-LPG burner as the case may be. The flame shall be properly adjusted to
achieve the desired rail temperature. The pre-heating shall be done from the top of
the mould box for stipulated period for welding technique adopted, so as to achieve a
temperature of around 600 + 200C.
1.8
1.8.1
1.8.2
In welding process using air petrol burner, the compressor tank pressure during
operation of the burner shall be maintained at 7 + 0.70 kg/cm2 (100 + 10 lb per sq.
in). In case of pre-heating by oxygen and LPG cylinders shall be adjusted in the
range of 7.0-8.0 kg/cm2 and 2.0-2.5 kg/cm2 respectively. While preheating with
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oxy-LPG burner LPG supply should be opened first and the gas ignited, thereafter
oxygen supply should be opened. While closing, oxygen supply should be stopped
first followed by LPG supply. The burner shall be properly adjusted during
preheating to ensure that the head, web and foot of both the rail ends are heated
uniformly.
1.8.3
Preheating time : Preheating time would be about 10 to 12 minutes and 2 to 2.5
minutes for air-petrol and oxy-LPG preheating techniques respectively. The actual
preheating time would depend upon the rail section and welding technique adopted
as given in Annexure 1.
1.8.4
Special emphasis shall be given to the tank pressure, efficiency of burner and
flame condition for achieving required rail temperature within the stipulated time.
From time to time or in case of any doubt with a view to maintain proper quality
control, temperature measuring devices like optical pyrometer, contact type
pyrometer or temperature indicating crayons may be used for measuring rail end
temperature just after completion of preheating i.e. after removal of burner.
1.9
1.9.1
Welding
The crucible lined with refractory material (magnesite/crushed alumina slag) and
fitted with bottom stone and thimble shall be preheated before making the first weld
of the day to ensure freedom from moisture.
1.9.2
Slag shall be cleaned from the crucible after each reaction, if necessary. During
cleaning, care shall be taken not to damage the refractory crucible lining. The lining
shall be examined regularly and patch repairing, or relining as necessary shall be
carried out.
1.9.3
The crucible shall be positioned relative to the pouring gate with respect to its height
from the mould after it has been placed on the stand mounted on the rail head. The tap
hole in the crucible shall be sealed with closing pin, asbestos powder and stag power.
The 'portion', for the required technique, shall be thoroughly hand mixed and poured
into the crucible striking the crucible wal so that the bottom plugging remains
undisturbed. The portion shall be coned to the Centre of the crucible and a sparkler be
placed at the top. The crucible shall then be brought to the proper position over the
mould in line with the pouring gate of the mould with a vertical distance of about 50
mm. between the tap hole and sand core/top of the pouring gate.
1.9.4
After preheating the rail joint, the sparkler shall be ignited and inserted in the portion
at the Centre top to start the reaction. The reaction shall not be vigorous or boiling. By
the time the reaction is completed the burner shall be removed quickly and the gap
closed with a dried sand core in case of central pouring to prevent loss of heat and
turbulence during flow of metal. The time period between removal of burner and
tapping of metal should be as minimum as possible. After the reaction subsides,
about three seconds shall be allowed for the separation of slag from the metal,
which may be judged by looking into the crucible through coloured glass to
IS:5983. Thereafter, the molten steel shall be tapped into the mould by striking the
closing pin with a tapping rod. It shall be ensured that since the commencement of
the reaction, thermit steel is tapped within the time limit as specified in Annexure 1.
Care shall be taken to ensure that the crucible does not move from its position
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during tapping. When pouring is over, the crucible and swivel stand shall be
removed and kept aside without disturbing the joint. If the reaction is found to be
boiling, the metal shall be out-tapped. Vivorous reaction and loose closing of
crucible may cause self tapping. In this case also, the metal shall be out tapped. If,
in any case, self tapped metal enters the mould, the joint shall be rejected, cut and
rewelded. In cases of out tapping, the joint should be cooled to ambient
temperature and the process of welding restarted a fresh. However, if temperature
can be measured, the rail end may be heated to an extent so as to achieve
temperature of about 600 + 200 and welding of joint may be completed.
1.9.5
After pouring, molten metal shall be allowed to cool and solidify with mould
intact for the stipulated time (mould waiting time) depending upon the rail section
and ambient temperature. In case of alloy steel rails, full rail section up to 300 mm
on either side of the joint shall be heated by using burner during this period. The
mould shoes shall be removed just prior to completion of mould waiting time.
The mould waiting time is generally four to six minutes for 25 mm gap joints. After
the mould waiting time has elapsed, the trimming should be done by using weld
trimmer of suitable and approved design without knocking out the mould. List
of approved manufacturers of rail profile weld grinder and weld trimmer is given at
Annexure 4.
In the ventuality of sudden failure of weld trimmer, manual chipping may be
resorted to. In case of welding of old rails, if it is not possible to use weld trimmer
due to flow of metal at rail head, manual chipping should be done.
1.9.6
During the trimming operation, it shall be ensured that the wedges used in aligning
are in their proper places without loosening, and they are not removed for at least
20 minutes after stripping. The runner and riser must not be removed until cold, and
that too only by knocking towards the rail.
1.9.7
No welding shall be carried out if it is raining. In case, the rains start while the joint
is under execution, immediate arrangement to adequately cover the site shall be
made.
2.0
2.1
Operations subsequent to welding.
Post weld cooling
In case of welding of head hardened rails, the average hardness of the HAZ of the
rail becomes considerably less than the parent rail hardness. This lower hardness
is due to transformation of rail steel occurring at cooling rate much lower than
that achieved during the original head hardening operation. Such a hardness
difference can lead to differential plastic deformation during wheel rail contact
which may cause localized cupping. head hardened rails, therefore, must be
subjected to controlled quenching for a specific time by the arrangement approved
for the technique.
2.2
Post weld packing of sleeper : Before the passage of traffic, the wedges used for
aligning should be removed and joint sleepers which were shifted to obtain the clear
gap of 250 mm on either side as per para 1.5.2 shall be re-shifted to the original
location and repacked. Packing of these re-shifted sleepers should be carried out
gently and carefully.
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2.3
Passing of traffic : The first train should be allowed to pass on the newly welded
joint only after 30 minutes have elapsed since pouring of weld metal. Necessary
speed restriction shall be observed until the grinding operation is over.
2.4.
2.4.1
Grinding.
After the excess metal is trimmed off, the grinding of the remaining metal on the
rail table and the sides of the rail head shall be carried out only with rail profile
guided grinding trolley of approved design. Use of hand files should not be resorted
to except in unavoidable circumstances. In the case of in-situ joints, the grinding shall
commence only after the sleeper fastenings are reflexed, after the removal of
wedges. The rail table shall first be ground down to original profile and checked by
a one metre straight edge. This should be followed by grinding of the sides of rail
head. The accuracy of grinding shall be checked by using 10 cm straight edge. While
grinding, only light pressure should be applied and grinding wheel should be moved
to and fro to avoid local over heating.
2.4.2
Tolerances on finished welds : All the finished joints shall be checked to ensure
that the joint geometry is within the following tolerances:
(i)
Vertical alignment : Variation not more than + 1.0 mm,-0 mm measured at
the end of one metre straight edge.
(ii)
Lateral alignment : Variation not more than + 0.4 mm. -0 mm measured at the
end of 10 cm straight edge.
(iii)
Finishing of top surface : + 0.4 mm, -0 mm measured at the end of 10 cm
straight edge.
(iv)
Head finishing on sides : + 0.3 mm over gauge side of the rail head measured
at the Centre of 10 cm straight edge.
Note : In specific cases, for joint geometry, in case of old rails, dispensations may be
permitted by Chief Engineer.
The method of checking the geometry of welded joints is illustrated in Fig. 5.4.2.
2.5
Record of joint geometry : The details of geometry of each joint shall be jointly
signed by the firm's and RITES' representative and kept as record. Any joint found not
conforming to the above stipulations shall be cut and rewelded, free of cost, by the
firm.
2.6
Marking.
Each joint shall have a distinctive mark indicating month, year, agency, welder's
code and weld number of the welded joint in the following manner.
Month
Last two
digits of
Year
Agency
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This should be done by punching on an aluminium strip of suitable thickness and
dimension of 30 x 100 mm which should be fixed to the web of the rail with epoxy
adhesive at approximately 300 mm from the joint. The welded joints shall be serially
numbered. Repair welds/additional welds done at a later date may be given
continuing weld number. For example, the last thermit weld number 88 and
subsequently a thermit weld has been executed, it shall be numbered 89, irrespective
of its location. Engineer-in-Charge shall maintain 'Thermit Weld Register' as per
proforma given in Annexure 5. No punch marking should be done on the rail.
2.7
Painting of thermit welds
Painting of weld collar should be done on all welds to protect them against normal
and severe corrosion immediately after the welding. The procedure of painting and
specification of paint is outlined in Annexures 6 and 7.
3.0
Accepted tests
3.1
Visual Inspection : All the welded joints shall be examined carefully to detect any
visible defect like cracks, blow holes, etc. Any joint, which shows any visible
defect should be rejected.
3.2
Dimensional check : All finished joints shall be checked for dimensional
tolerances which should be within the tolerances as specified in para 2.4.2.
3.3
Ultrasonic flaw detection test : All the fusion welded joints shall be ultrasonically
tested and accepted by the purchaser or his representative as per the 'Procedure for
ultrasonic testing of thermit welded rail joints' given at Annexure 8. This testing
shall be completed as early as possible but in any case before the contractor/welding
team leaves the welding site.
3.4
Rewelding of defective joints.
3.4.1 All the joints found to be defective as per acceptance tests as given in paras 3.1,
3.2 & 3.3 and/or joints failed in guarantee period as specified in para 4.3 will be
cut and rewelded by the firm free of cost using their portions, equipment, labour
and consumables.
3.4.2
Where one bad joint is required to be replaced by two new joints, the entire cost
of both the joints shall be borne by the firm.
3.4.3
All the rewelded joints should meet the acceptance tests as indicated in paras 3.1 to
3.3.
3.5
Sample test joint.
3.5.1
One out of every 100 joints welded shall be selected at random by the purchaser or
by the inspecting officer within one month of
welding and subjected to
hardness, transverse load/ deflection tests and porosity as per clause 4.2 of IRS:T19-1994 ( reproduced partly as Annexure 9 for ready reference) and the joint shall
comply with the provisions laid downs therein.
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3.5.2
If the sample test joint fails to satisfy any of the requirements of specification
IRS-T-19-1994, the RITES will be at liberty to suspend further welding. However,
two more randomly selected joints from the same lot of 100 joints shall be subjected
to re-tests as per clause 1.1 of IRS-T-19-1994. Both the joints should clear all the
tests. If this report is also not satisfactory, further welding of joints shall be
suspended until the firm's welding technique has been examined and the same
satisfies the requirements of IRS:T-19-1994.
3.6
3.6.1
Guarantee
Rail joints welded by a firm shall be guaranteed against failure for a period of one
year from the date of welding the joints in track or from the date such welded joints
made 'in cess' are inserted in the track. Any such welded joint which fails within
the guarantee period shall be rewelded free of cost by firm as per stipulations of para
3.4
In case of failure of sample test joint ( refer para 3.5), the period of guarantee for 100
joints represented by the sample joint shall be extended for a further period of one
year. In case of failure of joints or joints exhibiting signs of failure by cracking
within extended period of guarantee, the joints shall be rewelded free of cost by
the supplier as per stipulations of para 3.4.
3.6.2
3.6.3
The welded joints with the extended period of guarantee shall be marked 'X' with
yellow paint one the outer side of the web of the rail near the joint in addition to
the marking prescribed in para 2.6. Such marked joints shall be kept under careful
observation by the purchaser.
3.7
3.7.1
Other requirements
Welding shall be supervised by trained welding supervisor and carried out by
trained welder having
valid
competency certificate from RDSO/TPP, NR,
Lucknow in their possession.
3.7.2
A welding supervisor shall supervise not more than two welding teams deployed
within 50 m distance at a time.
3.8
Precautions.
While carrying out welding at site, the following precautions shall be observed:
i)
ii)
iii)
It should be ensured that the portion being used matches with type and
chemistry of rail.
Rail ends should be square.
Alignment of rail ends should be perfect as checked by straight edge.
iv)
Rail ends should be properly cleaned with kerosene oil and wire brushes.
v)
Stop watch should be provided to the welding supervisor at each welding
site.
vi)
Pressure in the tanks/cylinder should be properly maintained during preheating.
vii)
Correct gap between rail ends at head, web and foot shall be ensured.
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viii)
Correct gap between rail ends at head, web and foot shall be ensured.
ix)
Tightness of clips fitted with hose connections to compressor tank and
burner shall be checked before commencing preheating.
x)
Nozzles of burners shall be cleaned periodically to avoid back-fire.
xi)
The compressor tank shall be kept at least 2 to 3 m away from the burner
to prevent fire hazard.
xii)
The tapping shall be done within the time specified for that particular
technique. Welding parameters for techniques presently being used are
available at Annexure 1 For special type of welding i.e. 75 mm gap,
combination joint, etc. the time of reaction and tapping shall be as
stipulated by RDSO for that particular welding technique.
xiii)
Arrangements for giving first aid shall be available at site.
xiv)
Welders should be provided with gloves and coloured glasses.
xv)
Boiling portion shall be out tapped.
xvi)
No moist portion/torned portion bag shall be used for welding.
xvii)
Dampness in moulds can lead to porosity and early fatigue failure of
welds.
xviii)
Only those contractual agencies as have clearance from the RDSO
/Railway Board can execute welding work. Supply of portions must be
from sources approved by RDSO/Railway Board.
xix)
Many weld failures show evidence of badly cut rail ends. The evenness and
verticality of a rail cut depends solely upon the skill of the welder. With
portable disc cutters, very little skill is required to produce good cut.
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ANNEXURE -1
I.
1.
II.
1.
III.
1.
IV.
1.
STATUS OF VARIOUS A.T. WELDING TECHNIQUES (AS ON 31.12.97)
India Thermit corporation Ltd., Kanpur.
Techniques with air-petrol pre-heating.
Reaction
Wt.of
Remarks
Sl
Welding
Gap
Preportion
No Techniqu
(mm
heating Time (sec)
(Kg)+ 2%
e
Time(mm)
60Kg (90 UTS) 25+1
20+
1.
12
Approved
13.4
60Kg (72 UTS) 25+1
2.
12
20+
Approved
13.4
52kg.(90 UTS) 25+1
3.
10
Approved
11.8
20+
4.
52kg.(72 UTS) 25+1
10
Approved
11.8
20+
HARSHAD THERMIT INDUSTRIES, RAIPUR
Techniques with air-petrol pre-heating
Sl Welding
Gap PreTapping
Wt.of
No Technique
(mm heating
Time (sec) portion
Time(mm)
(Kg)+
2%
1.
60Kg (90 UTS)
25+1 12
20+
13
2.
25+1 10-11
20+ 3
52kg.(90 UTS)
12.5
25+1 10
20+ 3
3.
52kg.(72 UTS)
12
Sagar Electrical & General Industires Hyderabad
Techniques with air-petrol pre-heating
Sl Welding
Tapping
Wt.of
Gap PreNo Technique
Time (sec) portion
(mm heating
(Kg)+
Time(mm)
2%
25+1 12
60Kg (90 UTS)
20+ 3
1.
13.8
60Kg (72 UTS)
2.
25+1 10-12
20+ 3
12.5
52kg.(90 UTS)
3.
11.0
25+1 10
20+ 3
52kg.(72 UTS)
4.
11.0
25+1 10-11
20+ 3
Raybon Metals Private Limited, Bilaspur
Technique with air-petrol pre-heating
Sl Welding
Gap
PreNo Technique
(mm heating
Time(mm)
1.
52kg.(90
25+1 10
2.
UTS)
25+1 10
52kg.(72
UTS)
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Approved
Approved
Remarks
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Wt.of portion Remarks
Tapping
Time (sec) (Kg)+ 2%
20+ 3
20+ 3
12.4
12.2
Approved
Approved
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ANNEXURE-2
LIST OF EQUIPMENT FOR ALLUMINO-THERMIC WELDING OF RAIL JOINTS
BY SHORT PRE-HEATING PROCESS PER WELDING TEAM.
Sl.
No.
A.
A-1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
A-2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
A-3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
B.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Description
Quantity
Mass
Repair
welding welding.
PRE-HEATING EQUIPMENT
Air-petrol pre-heating
Pressure tanks with pressure gauges complete
Vaporisers (burner) complete
Nozzle crickers
Nozzle keys
Vaporiser stand
Goose neck attachment to vaporiser
Compressed air-petrol pre-heating
Suitable compressor system with pressure gauges
Torch (burner) complete
Torch (burner) keys
Torch (burner) stand
Goose neck attachment to vaporiser
Oxy-LPG pre-heating
Oxy-LPG torch (burner)
Oxygen cylinder with pressure gauge
LPG cylinder with pressure gauge
Torch (burner) stand
Connecting hose pipe.
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Crucible complete
Crucible caps
Crucible forks
Crucible stands
Crucible rings
Mould pressure (clamp)
Cleaning rod round
Tapping rod
Straight edge 1m long
Straight edge 10 cm long
Aluminium steel rod for thermal plugging
Leather washers for pump
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2 Nos.
4 Nos
1 No.
2 Nos.
4 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
2 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
1 No.
2 Nos.
4 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
4 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
1 No.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
4 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
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Annexure-2
Sl.
No
.
Description
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
v)
vi)
vii)
viii
)
ix)
x)
xi)
xii)
xii)
23.
24.
25.
26.
Gap gauges and height gauge
Filler gauge
Tools for punching the marking
Mould shoes
Stop watches
Pyrometer/thermal chalk for measurement of rail temperature
Wooden wedges for rail alignment
First aid box filled with medicines, bandages, cotton etc.
Mirror 150 X 100 mm with handle
Tool box containing :
Hot sets (chisels) (For emergency use only)
Funnel tin (for pouring petrol)
Adjustable spanner
Hammer 1 Kg.
Sledge hammer double panel 5 Kg.
Steel wire brush
Blue goggles
Paint brush 50 mm
Slag container (bowl)
Asbestos gloves
Hose clips
Pliers
Rail file 350 X 40 X 6 mm (For emergency use only)
Weld trimmer
Insulation hood for control cooling (for 110 UTS rail welding)
Rail profile guided grinding trolley
To ensure quality,protective clothing,shoes gear & leather
gloves
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Quantity
Mass
Repair
welding welding
.
2 Nos.
1 No.
2 Nos.
1 No.
2 Nos.
1 No.
6 Pairs 2 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
24 Nos. 12 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
2 Nos.
1 No.
2 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
2 Nos.
1 No.
2 Pairs
1 No.
2 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
1 No.
4 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
2 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
2 Nos.
1 No
1 Pair
1 No.
1 No.
2 Pairs
4 Nos.
1 No.
2 Nos.
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
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ANNEXURE-3
COMPOSITION OF THERMIT WELDING TEAM (COMPRESSOR TANK-WISE)
Description
Numbers
Welder Grade-I/Grade-II
1
Welder Grade-III / Skilled Artisan
2
Helper Khalasi / Khalasi
5
Gangman
As per work load.
Note: The composition of welding team has been framed taking into account that trimming
and grinding operation would be done by weld trimmer and rail profile grinder.
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ANNEXURE 4
LIST OF APPROVED SUPPLIERS OF RAIL PROFILE
WELD GRINDER AND WELD TRIMMER (as on 01.09.97)
Sl.No.
Name of Machine
1.
Rail profile Weld Grinder
Approved supplier
i) M/s. Indiana Machine,
D-151, Phase-VII,
S.A.S. Nagar-160 055
Near Chandigarh)
ii) M/s. Phooltas Tamper Pvt.Ltd.
Layak Bhavan,Canal Road,
Patna-800 001
iii) M/s. Rajasthan Mining &
Engg.Pvt.Ltd.,
65, Gopal Bari,
Jaipur-302 001.
iv) M/s. ITC Ltd.
84/22, Fazalganj,
Kanpur - 208 012.
2.
Weld Trimmer
i) M/s.CTR Manufacturing
Trimmer Industries Ltd.
Nagar Road,
Pune - 411 014.
ii) M/s.ITC Ltd.,
84/22, Fazalganj,
Kanpur-208 012.
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ANNEXURE-5
PROFORMA FOR THERMIT WELD REGISTER
Sl.
No.
Date of
welding
1
2
Agenc
y code
L/R
In service failure
details
Failure
12
Date of
results
with
ref.
Date of
finish
grinding
9
Bolt hole
dist.(mm)
Welding details
Process Supervisor Welder
Code.
6
Dimensional toler on finished
joint
On 1m
On 10 Cm
Lat
Ver.
Top Side
10
Test joint
date removed
Repl. Weld Ref.
Weld
Weld 2
13
Hardness
(BHN)
Rail Weld
Def
Rail
Sect.
UTS
4
Portion details
Batch Portion
Date of
Agency
No.
No.
manufacture code
5
Weld Block time
No.
Fro
To
m
7
8
Not
applicable
Date of
sending
test Jt.
With
refer
Location details
Cess/situ Location Line
No.
3
14
Test joint results
Transverse
Porosit
load
y (%)
HAZ Load(t)
USFD testing after
welding
Date
Result
(Pass/F)
11
Signature of
Engineer-in-charge
15
Remarks
Date of
marking ‘X’
for extended
guarantee
(mm)
16
17
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ANNEXURE-6
PROCEDURE FOR PAINTING OF WELD COLLAR FOR THERMIT WELDED
RAIL JOINTS TO PROTECT AGAINST NORMAL CORROSION
A.
NEW WELDED JOINT.
1.
1.1
Surface Preparation.
Remove dust, loose rust and mill scale by wire brushing.
1.2
Scrub welded area with water to make it free from slag and other water soluble
compounds. Make it dry.
2.
2.1
Painting procedure
Apply one coat of ready mixed paint, brushing, bituminous black, lead free, acid,
alicali, water and chlorine resisting, conforming to IS:9862-1981 on the welded
area and 10 cm on either side.
2.2
After eight hours drying, apply a second coat of the same paint.
2.3
Painting should be carried out by brush only.
B.
MAINTENANCE PAINTING (FOR OLD PAINTED JOINTS)
1.
1.1
Surface preparation
Remove dust, dirt, and flaked paint from the welded joint by wire brushing.
1.2
Degrease the surface by petroleum hydrocarbon or any other suitable solvent, if
oil or grease is present. Allow it to dry.
2.
2.1
Painting Procedure
Apply one coat of ready mixed paint, brushing, bituminous black, lead free, acid,
alkali and chlorine resistant to IS.9862-1981 or bituminous emulsion to IRS: P-301996 on welded area and 10 cm on either side.
2.2
If required, a second coat of the same paint may be applied after a minimum of
eight hours drying.
2.3
Painting should be carried out by brush.
3.
The list of approved manufacturers for the above quality of paints is issued every
year by the Director General(M&C),RDSO, Lucknow to Zonal Railways.
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ANNEXURE-7
PROCEDURE FOR PAINTING OF WELD COLLAR FOR THERMIT WELDED
RAIL JOINTS TO PROTECT AGAINST SEVERE CORROSION
A.
NEW WELDED JOINT
1.
1.1
SURFACE PREPARATION
Remove dust, loose rust and mill scale by wire brushing.
1.2
Scrub welded area with water to make it free from slag and other water soluble
compounds. Make it dry.
2.
2.1
Painting procedure
Apply one coat of high build epoxy paint (two pack) conforming to RDSO
specification No. M&C/PCN-111/88 on the welded area up to 10 cm on either
side.
NOTE:
1.
The epoxy based paint recommended is a two pad system with a pot life of around
five hours. Hence, prepare only that much quantity of paint which can be consumed in
less than five hours.
2.
The paint should be procured along with the thinner recommended by the
manufacturer of the paint. No other thinner i.e. kerosene oil, etc. should be used.
3.
The painting shall be carried out by brush only. Brush shall be cleaned by the thinner
after use.
4.
The list of probable suppliers is given below as per RDSO's letter No. M&C/PCN/
II/TR/3 dt. 13/14-5-1991.
i)
M/s. Asian Paints (India) Ltd.,
'Nirmal', 5th Floor,
Ganpat
Nariman Point, P.B. No.1546,
Mumbai-400421.
ii)
M/s. Addison Paints &
Chemicals Ltd ‘Huzur Gardens’
Sembium, Chennai-600011.
iii) M/s. Goodlass Nerolac Paints
(P) Ltd., Nerolac House,
Rao Kadaw Marg,
Lower Parel, Mumbai-400013.
(iv) M/s. Shalimar Paints Limited,
13, Camac St., Kolkata - 700071
(v) M/s. Berger Paints India Ltd.,
32, Chowringhee Road, Kol-71.
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ANNEXURE 8
PROCEDURE FOR ULTRASONIC TESTING OF ALUMINO THERMIC RAIL
JOINTS
1.
This procedure covers the requirement of ultrasonic testing of alumino thermic (AT)
welded rail joints immediately after execution of the weld.
2.
General conditions of test
2.1
Surface preparation
After execution of the AT weld, the welded zone shall be dressed properly to
facilitate placement of probes and to avoid incidence of spurious signals on the
CRT. The rail table shall be dressed to obtain reasonably flat and smooth surface.
The flange and the web, up to a distance of 200 mm on either side of the weld collar
shall be thoroughly cleaned with a wire brush to ensure freedom from dust, dirt,
surface unevenness, etc.
2.2
Couplant:
Water/soft grease shall be used as couplant.
2.3
Sensitivity :
The equipment sensitivity shall be set for normal, 700 and 800 probes in accordance
with the procedure laid down in para 4. The sensitivity so adjusted shall be
considered as normal gain setting and shall be utilised during AT weld testing. The
sensitivity level shall not be altered during the course of testing.
3.
Apparatus required
3.1
Equipment :
Any model of RDSO approved rail tester shall be considered suitable for testing of
AT welded rail joints.
3.2
Probes :
During ultrasonic examination of AT welded joints, the following probes shall be
utilised :
(a)
(b)
(c)
Normal (00), 4MHz
700,2 MHz,
800, 1.25 MHz
Double crystal fitted in trolley
Double crystal fitted in trolley
Single crystal for hand probing.
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3.3
Cable :
Cable : One co-axial cable of suitable length for connecting 800 probe to flaw
detector shall be used. The length should not exceed more than 5m.
4.
Sensitivity setting procedure
4.1
Calibration :
The equipment shall be set for a depth range of 250 mm by manipulating the depth
control knob suitably. Each main scale division, therefore, shall correspond to 25
mm.
4.2
Test rail
The sensitivity of the ultrasonic equipment shall be set with the help of a standard
AT welded rail piece of 1.5 m length having a simulated flaw at standard locations
as shown in Fig.1.
4.3
Alignment of probes:
Alignment of normal and 70 o probes fitted with the trolley may be checked by
placing the rail tester on the test rail using water/oil as a couplant and ensuring that
the probes travel along the vertical axis of the rail.
4.4
4.4.1
Sensitivity setting for 700 probes
Place the trolley on the test rails shown in Fig.1. Keep the switches of all the probes
in off positions and turn the potentiometer knobs of all the probes to 50% of their
highest working range.
4.4.2
Switch on only 700 towards probe and move the equipment towards the drilled hole
of 3 mm dia in rail head. When the probe is just in the reflecting range, a pulse
corresponding to the hole shall appear on the screen which during onward traveling
shall show higher amplitude. The pulse shall appear moving from right to left. The
equipment should be progressively moved forward till maximum height of the
pulse is obtained. At this location the height of the pulse shall be adjusted to 50% of
full screen height by suitably manipulation of the gain knob.
4.4.3
The forward probe shall be switched off and the 70% backward probe shall now be
switched on. In this case a flaw signal shall appear moving from left to right. The
signal height in this position shall also be adjusted to 60% of full screen height. This
can be accomplished through suitable manipulation of relevant potentiometer.
4.4.4
The sensitivity setting for the normal problem has to be done while keeping all other
probes in off position Switch on only the normal probe and bring if above 3 mm dia
hole drilled in the head of the test rail. Manipulate the potentiometer control knob to
obtain echo eight of 60% of full screen height at 1.0 division horizontal scale.
4.4.5
800 probe shall be connected to the socket available in the ultrasonic equipment. The
selectors switch may be set to single crystal mode. Move the probe towards the 3 mm
dia hole drilled at the middle of the flange through in the AT weld and manipulate
knobs to obtain a 60% full screen height on the CRT.
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5.
5.1
Criteria for defect classification
Any flaw signal obtained by normal probe of 40% height or more from head location
shall be treated as a defective AT welded joint and any flaw signal obtained from
the normal probe either from the web or the foot location shall also be a cause for
rejection of the AT weld.
5.2
In the case of lack of fusion, inclusions, blow holes, etc. in the rail head, moving
signal shall be obtained while testing with 700 probe. The position of onset of the
signal and its corresponding range on the horizontal screen as well as their
maximum amplitude shall be recorded.
A welded joint showing the moving signal of 40% or more of the full screen height
shall be considered as a defective welded joint.
5.3
800 probe shall be placed on the flange at a distance of 180 mm corresponding to
position 'L' in Fig.2 such that ultrasonic waves are directed towards the weld. The
probe shall thereafter be moved slowly in zigzag patter towards the weld. A welded
joint showing a flaw echo of 40% vertical height or more with the stipulated gain
setting shall be treated as a defective welded joint. Similar testing shall be carried
out of 'C' and 'U' regions as shown in Fig.2. In these cases also the criteria for
rejection shall remain the same.
6.
The defective joints based on the criteria mentioned at para 5 shall not be allowed to
remain in service and shall be cropped, re-welded and tested again. This execution
shall be done by the contractor free of cost. The re-welded joints shall be scanned
ultrasonically again with the same set of acceptance criteria to ensure freedom any
harmful defects.
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ANNEXURE - 9
EXTRACTS FROM IRS: T-19-1994 CLAUSE 4.2 ON MECHANICAL
AND METALLURGICAL TESTS ON TEST WELDS AND RETESTS
4.2
4.2.1
Mechanical and metallurgical tests on test welds
Two new rail pieces of same section and grade, each approximately 750 mm
long, shall be used to make test weld joint. The welded joint shall be made as per the
technique offered by the manufacturer. The rail table and sides of rail head shall be
finished to the geometrical tolerances specified in para 18.1
4.2.2
Hardness test : Brinell hardness test shall be carried out at the welded zone, heat
affected zones and parent metal of the rails in accordance with IS:1500 "Method
for Brinell hardness test for steel". The test shall be done on the top surface of the
head of the test weld with a ball of 10 mm dia and a test load of 3000 kg maintained
for 10 sec. The average hardness number ( of two readings) determined for the weld
metal at locations shown as 'A' in Fig. 1 given below shall be within +20 HB of the
hardness values of rail as shown in table 1. The average hardness number (of two
readings) on each heat affected zone at locations shown as 'B' and 'C' in Fig. 1 shall be
within + 20 HB actual hardness of the parent rail, except in case of head
hardened rail. The average hardness of medium Manganese IRS-T-18 for welding is
230 HB.
Note :
1.
For 25 mm gap Skv welding
X = 55 mm and Y = 45 mm
2.
For wide gap (50 mm & 75 mm) welding
X = Gap in mm + 42 mm and Y = Gap in mm + 32 mm
2
FIG.1.
TABLE 1
Type of rail
Average
hardness
(BHN)
72 UTS rail
230
90 UTS rail
265
136
UIC Cr-Mn or
Cr-V. Alloy
steel rail
310
Head
hardened rail
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4.2.3
Transverse breaking load test
4.2.3.1
The test weld shall be supported on cylindrical or semi-cylindrical supports
having a distance of one metre between them from Centre to Centre. The weld shall
be at the Centre of the span and loaded in such a manner that the foot of the rail is in
tension. The diameter of mandrel and the supports shall be between 30 to 50 mm.
The load shall be gradually increased ( rate of loading shall not exceed 2.5 t/sec)
till rupture occurs.
The test weld shall withstand a minimum load and show corresponding
minimum defection as stipulated in Table 2 for different sections and types of rails.
TABLE 2
Rail type
Rail Section Min. transverse
breaking load
(2)
(t)
(3)
(1)
1.
2.
72 UTS to
IRS:T-121996
-do90 UTS to
IRS:T-121996/860-0
or eqv.
Min. deflection at the centre
at the load in col.3 (mm)
(4)
52 Kg.
85
18
60 Kg.
95
18
52 Kg.
60 Kg.
90
115
15
15
4.2.3.2 If the fracture does not occur through weld slice shall be cut transversely at the
weld and etched boiling 1 : 1 hydrochloric acid for about 20 minutes determine
casting defects if any.
4.2.3.3 The fractured surface of the weld, or in case while macro-etching is done on
transverse section through joint, shall not show defects such as blow holes, porosite
inclusions, etc. exceeding total permissible area of defects shown in Table 3.
However, the size of any individual defect shall not exceed 2 mm diameter. The
defects should not exceed 2 mm diameter. The defects should not be interconnected
and none of these shall extend upon the outer surface of the welded There shall not be
any lack of fusion. The fractured surface shall also not shown the presence of
accretions or mirror like structure and should be crystalline in acceptance.
TABLE 3
Area of permissible defects
Rail Section
52 Kg.
Permissible total area of defect (mm)
33.0
60 Kg.
38.4
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4.3
Re-tests
4.3.1
If the results of any of the tests referred to in para 4.1 and 4.2 are found to be
unsatisfactory, the batch will stand rejected. However, re-tests can be carried out at
the manufacturer's request. These re-tests shall be carried out as pera 4.1 and 4.2 on
twice the original sample size.
4.3.2
If the results of all the re-tests samples are satisfactory, the batch represented by the
sample portions shall be accepted. If any sample fails to meet the requirements of any
of the tests, the batch shall be rejected.
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Client Name
RITES Ltd
An ISO 9001-2000
Company
BHARAT COKING
COAL LTD.
(BCCL)
QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN
ITEM : Civil Work
and P. Way Works
Renovation/Strengthenin
g of existing Railway
Siding for Patherdih Coal
Washery of BCCL, Dist.Dhanbad, Jharkhand.
Sl. No
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Operation
1
2
1.0
Characteristic
s/
instruments
Class
of
check
3
4
Project
QP NO. :
Renovation/Strengthening of existing Railway
Siding for Patherdih Coal Washery of BCCL,
Dist.-Dhanbad, Jharkhand.
Package
Contract No
REV. NO.:
DATE:
Construction
Agency
PAGE:
Type of
check
5
Quantum Of
check
6
Reference
Documents
Acceptance
Norms
Format of
Record
8
9
7
Remarks/
Precautions
10
EARTH
1.1
Fill (Suitability of borrow material & blanketing material)
A
1.1.1
Borrow Material
(soil)
Grain size analysis
and soil classification
set of sieves,
Hydrometer
etc
B
Physical
143
Minimum one test
in every 5000 cum
or
change
of
strata/soil wherever
is earlier.
IS:2720 (Pt.IV)
IS:1498 - 1970/ TS
SR/TR
The soil should be
suitable type Check
by RITES.
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1.1.2
Liquid & plastic limit
Mechanical
liquid
limit
device,
Grooving
tools,
Evaporating
Disc, Spatula,
Palette knives,
Balance,
Oven,
Containers
B
Physical
Minimum one test
in every 5000 cum
or
change
of
strata/soil wherever
is earlier.
IS:2720 (Pt.V) /TS
SR/TR
Check by RITES.
1.1.3
Modified
proctor
Test to determine
optimum
moisture
content and max. dry
density of fill
Procter needle
appratus
B
Physical
Minimum one test
in every 5000 cum
or change of
strata/soil wherever
is earlier.
IS 2720 (Pt.VIII)/TS
SR/TR
Check by RITES
B
Blanketing Material
1.1.1
Soil classification,
Grain size analysis
and %fine, Cu, Cc
set of sieves,
Hydrometer
etc
B
Physical
Minimum one test
in every 500 cum
or part thereof
IS:2720 (Pt.IV)
IS:1498 - 1970
and para 4.3.4.1 of technical
specification
SR/TR
Check by RITES
1.1.2
Liquid & plastic limit
Mechanical
liquid
limit
device,
Grooving
tools,
Evaporating
Disc, Spatula,
Palette knives,
Balance,
Oven,
Containers
B
Physical
Minimum one test
in every 500 cum
or part thereof
IS:2720 (Pt.V)/TS
SR/TR
do
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1.1.3
Modified
proctor
Test to determine
optimum
moisture
content and max. dry
density of blanketing
material
Procter needle
appratus
B
IS 2720 (Pt.VIII)/TS
Physical
SR/TR
Check by RITES
Minimum one test
in every 500 cum
or part thereof
(min. 2 samples
initially)
Note: Random checks & lab analysis
1.2
Degree of compaction of fill and blanketing material
A
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.3
Borrow material
(soil)
In situ Dry density
Moisture content
Core cutter or
sand
replacement
apparatus
B
Physical
Balance, Oven
etc
B
Physical
i) Min. one test in
each
compacted
layer for every 200
sqm and top 1m of
subgrade.
ii) Min. one test in
each
compacted
layer for every 500
sqm below top 1m
of subgrade.
one test for every
sample taken as per
1.2.1
IS 2720 (Pt. XXVIII & XXIX)
/ TS
IS 2720 /TS (Pt II)
SR/TR
98 % of max dry
density
(
modified proctor )
for homogeneous
embankment
Check by RITES
SR/TR
check by RITES
SR/TR
check by RITES
SR/TR
Check by RITES.
Stripping
1.3.1
Check for required
level of stripped
ground
as required
B
visual &
measurement
100%
1.3.2
In situ Dry density of
Natural Ground (sub
soil)
Core cutter or
sand
replacement
apparatus
B
Physical
min. one test for
every 500 sqm
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2.0
CONCRETING WORK
2.1
Coarse Aggregate for concrete and filters
2.1.1
Particle Size & Shape
(Sieve
analysis,
flakiness
index,
elongation
index
including
visual
inspection.
Sieves
(confirming to
IS-460-1962) ,
balance, Oven,
Thickness
gauge, Length
Gauge, Metal
Scoop etc
B
Physical
2.1.2
Deleterious materials
& organic impurities
Balance, Sieve
(confirming to
IS-460-1962)
etc.
B
Lab analysis
& Physical
Balance, Sieve
(confirming to
IS-460-1962)
etc.
B
2.1.3
Determination
of
specific gravity ,
water
absorbtion,
bulk density and
voids
one test per 100
cum/ change of
source whichever
is earlier
IS: 2386 Part-I, (for test
procedure),
IS:383
(for
permissible value)/TS
SR/LB
Results should be
as per request of
design
mix
subjected
to
verification within
the limits specified
in relevant IS code
Check by RITES.
IS: 2386 Part-II, (for test
procedure),
IS:383
(for
permissible value)/TS
SR/LB/
Test
Report
IS: 2386 Part-III, (for test
procedure),
IS:383
(for
permissible value)/TS
SR/LB/
Test
Report
Experts
opinion
regarding
suitability of the
aggregates shall be
obtained from any
specialist institute,
Results will be
reported nearest to
0.1%
for
clay
lumps
Check by RITES
These tests shall be
carried out while
establishing design
mix & results be
intimated.
RITES
To be done twice per
source. Once at the starting,
another in the middle
Physical
146
Once in twelve
weeks/ 500 cum or
change of source
whichever is earlier
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
2.2
2.1.4
Determination
of
Crushing
value,
Determination
of
impact value
Standard
Apparatus for
these test shall
be used
A
Physical
To be done twice
per source. Once at
the
starting,
another in the
middle
IS: 2386 Part-IV, (for test
procedure),
IS:383
(for
permissible value)/TS
SR/LB/
Test
Report
These tests shall be
carried out while
establishing design
mix & results be
intimated.
RITES to check
2.1.5
Moisture content
Balance, Sieve
( confirming to
IS-460-1962)
and Oven etc.
B
Physical
Once for each stack
of 100 Cu.M. or
part there of Except
during
monsoon
when this has to be
done every day
before start of
concreting
IS:2386 Part-III
IS : 456
IS : 383/TS
SR/LB
2.1.6
Soundness
Reagents
(sodium
Sulphate or
Magnesium
Sulphate)
B
Chemical/
Physical
To be done twice
per source. Once at
the starting,
another in the
middle.
IS: 2386 Part-V, (for test
procedure), IS:383 (for
permissible value)/TS
SR/LB/
Test
Report
Accordingly water
content of the
concrete will be
adjusted.
These
tests
shall
be
carried out while
establishing design
mix & results be
intimated.RITES to
check
These tests shall be
carried out while
establishing design
mix & results be
intimated.
RITES to check
Fine aggregate
147
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
2.2.1
Bulkage,
bulk
density,
surface
moisture
& water
absorption
As per IS
Code
B
Physical
Bulkage & surface
moisture to be done
everyday
before
starting the work.
Bulk density
&
water absorption to
be done once in
twelve weeks/ 500
cum or change of
source whichever
is earlier
LEGEND:
IS: 2386 (Part III), IS:383/ TS
SR/LB/T
R
DOC. NO.:
Volume of sand
and weight of
water shall be
adjusted as per
bulk and moisture
content
RITES to check
REV-
Legend to be used: Class # : A = Critical, B=Major, C=Minor;
SR,TR,MfrTC
SR = Site Register , TR= Test Report , Mfr
TC=Manufacturer's Test Certificate , duly correlated
Construction Agency
Stamp and Signature
This document shall be read in conjunction with RITES Tech.
Specifications, BOQ & Drawings.
REVIEWED BY
APPROV
ED BY
2.2.2
Mortar making
properties
As per IS
Code
B
Physical
Once per source &
one
for
every
change of source
IS: 2386 (Part VI), IS:383/ TS
SR/LB/T
R
2.2.3
Silt, Clay content and
organic
impurities
and
deleterious
materials
Balance, Sieve
(confirming to
IS-460-1962)
etc.
B
Physical
To be done twice
per source. Once at
the
starting,
another in the
middle
IS: 2386 Part-II, (for test
procedure),
IS:383
(for
permissible value)/ TS
SR/LB/
Test
Report
148
Approval Seal
should be as per
requirement
of
design
mix
RITES to check
should be as per
requirement
of
design
mix
RITES to check
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
2.2.4
Sieve Analysis,
particle shape & size
set of sieves
B
Physical
one test per 100
cum/ change of
source whichever
is earlier
IS: 2386 (Part-I), IS:383/ TS
SR/LB/T
R
Should be as per
requirement
of
design mix subject
to
variation
specified
in
relevant IS codes.
RITES to check
2.2.5
Soundness
Reagents
(sodium
Sulphate or
Magnesium
Sulphate)
B
Chemical/
Physical
To be done twice
per source. Once at
the starting,
another in the
middle
IS: 2386 Part-V, (for test
procedure), IS:383 (for
permissible value)
SR/LB/
Test
Report
These tests shall be
carried out while
establishing design
mix & results be
intimated.
RITES to check
2.3
Water
2.3.1
Tests for PH Value
PH meter/ PH
B
Testing at lab One per month for
IS:3025, IS:456
SR/LB/T
paper (to be
each source
R
recorded at
site)
CEMENT (review of manufacturers test certificate for each consignment brought at site with the information to RITES.
do
2.4.1
a) Ensure that
cement is stored in
weather tight covered
storage on raised
platform.
2.4.2
Fineness
2.4
2.4.3
2.4.4
Initial & Final Setting
time
Soundness
As required
B
Visual
B
Physical
100% covered
storage
Refer RITES
tech Spec
SR/LB
SR/LB
One per 200 MT
IS: 4031/
1489/269/455/
TS
RITES
site
engineer to check.
Manufacturers test
certificate to be
submitted by the
contractor
do
As required
B
Physical
do
IS:4031/TS
SR/LB
do
As required
B
Physical
do
IS:4031/TS
SR/LB
do
149
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
2.4.5
Specifiv Gravity
2.4.6
Physical
do
IS:4031/TS
SR/LB
do
Compressive
As required
B
Strength
STAGING, SHUTTERING AND FORMS
Physical
do
IS:4031/TS
SR/LB
do
2.5.1
Materials and
accessories
As required
B
Visual
100%
IS 4014
SR
2.5.2
Plywood for concrete
shuttering work
As required
B
Visual
100%
IS 4990:1993,
IS 1734; ( Part 1 -11)/TS
2.5.3
Durability, Strength
& Soundness of
staging,
joists,
shuttering
and
scaffolding
As required
B
Visual
proper care should
be taken in order to
combat corrosion.
Proper care should
be taken while
cleaning, moving
and stacking the
scafolds. It should
be ensured that
they are free from
warped, broken or
damaged edges or
uneven
surface
before putting them
on works. Cleaning
and oiling is to be
done.to check for
loose connections
if any Check by
RITES
Relevant
documents
&
recommended
method of use &
loading etc. to be
checked by RITES
To be checked by
RITES before &
after placement of
concrete
2.5
As required
B
Once
150
As per technical specification,
manufacturer's spec.and IS:
3696,4014, 4990
SR
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
2.6
2.7
2.5.4
Connection between
individual scaffolding
units
and
safe
slenderness
ratio.
Two
independent
safety
measures
against collapse
As required
B
Visual
Fortnightly
As per relevant IS Codes
SR
RITES site
engineer to check
2.5.5
Alignment/Shape
As required
B
Measurement
Each member &
before each lift of
shuttering or before
next stage
As per approved drawings
SR/LB
length,breadth,dept
h,shape,
level,
plumb line to be
checked.
Diagonal bracings
are to be checked.
2.5.6
Check form's seam
marks and water
tightness
As required
B
Physical
Random
As per approved drawings
SR/LB
RITES site
engineer to check
2.6.1
Mix Design
As required
B
Physical
IS: 516 & IS:456,
Once for every changeIS:10262/RITES
in
Tech. Spec.
mix materials source.
Mix
Design
Report
Design mix is to be
carried out at any
approved lab.
2.6.2
Trial mix (Cubes
compressive
strength)of the Mix
Design
As required
A
Physical
Min. 3 Trial Mixes
with admixtures (if
any) and
Without
admixtures
IS: 516 & IS:456, IS:10262/
RITES Tech. Spec.
SR/LB/
Test
Report
RITES
will
conduct the trial
mixes
Mixing shall be in
RITES approved
batching
plant/
weigh batcher.
2.6.3
Crushing strength of
trial mix cubes
As required for
7 & 28 days
strength test
A
Physical
As per IS 456
IS: 516 & IS:456, IS:10262/
RITES Tech. Spec.
SR/LB
witness by RITES
Concrete conveying, placing and Compaction
151
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
2.7.1
Mixing of concrete
mixing
of
concrete shall
be done in a
approved
mixer/ weigh
batcher/
batching plant
such as to
produce
a
homogenous
mix
B
Physical
2.7.2
Handling and
Conveying
Buckets ,
Chutes, belt
conveyer etc
B
Physical
2.7.3
Placement of
concrete
Visual
B
Physical
152
To be calibrated at
the time of starting
and as desired by
Engineer-in charge
100%
Review of
calibration
chart/
Certificate, IS
456/ TS
as per Tech.
Spcfn./constru
ction/erection
methodology/
IS 457
SR
as per
construction/er
ection
methodology
as per
tech.specs
SR
time of mixing will
be as given in
Technical
specification / IS
456
Min.
time
of
mixing should be 2
minutes for mixer
capacity 2 cum or
less
Min.
time
of
mixing should be 3
minutes
or
as
recommended by
by
the
mixer
manufacturer for
mixer
capacity
above 2 cum
Technical
specification is to
be followed.
no concrete shall
be placed until the
place of deposite
has
been
thoroughly
inspected
and
accepted,
Check by RITES
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
2.7.4
Compacting
As required
B
Physical
100%
Check for
segregation as
per IS 456 &
TS
SR
2.7.5
Curing
As required
minimum 7
days
B
Physical
100%
Check for
period of
curing as per
IS 456 & TS
SR
2.8
Bleeding
or
segregation etc. is
to be avoided as far
as
possible.
Accumulated water
is to be removed
and shall not be
covered
with
concrete, or dry
concrete
Check by RITES
Exposed concrete
surface shall be
protected against
heating and drying
for atleast 72 hrs
after
placement.
Check by RITES
Tests on Green Concrete
2.8.1
Workability :- Slump
test
Standard
apparatus for
different
method used
for measuring
workability,
slump cone
B
Physical
One sample every
2 hrs. from every
mixing plant/ IS
456
IS:456, IS
1199-1959 &
RITES Tech.
Spec.
SR/LB/T
R
Slump test for
medium & high
workability
RITES site
engineer to check
2.8.2
Crushing strength
(works Tests cubes)
As required for
7 & 28 days
A
Physical
As per IS 456
IS:516, IS:456,
RITES Tech.
Spec.
SR/LB/
Test
Report
RITES site
engineer to do the
test.
153
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
2.8.3
Water cement ratio(
Cement Content And
Water Content)
2.8.4
Check for cement
content
2.8.5
Admixtures for
Concrete (if any)
2.8.6
2.8.7
As required
B
Physical
At random at the
time of batching.
As per IS:1199
and approved
design mix.
SR/LB
As per mix design
RITES site
engineer to check
B
Physical
At random at the
time of batching.
As per
IS:3026, IS:
456, approved
design mix &
technical
specification.
SR/LB
do
As per IS :
9103
B
Testing
100%
IS:456, appd.
Design mix &
technical
specification
Test
Report
Visual examination
of finished structure
As required
B
Visual
100%
As per Tech.
Specification./
Appd. Drg./IS456
-do-
Admixture of appd.
Brand and tested
quality shall be
used.Manufacturers
TC required.RITES
site engineer to
check
RITES to check
Dimensions
do
B
Measurement
100%
As per Tech.
Specification./
Appd. Drg./IS456
do
RITES to check
TEST/CHECK ON RCC STRUCTURE IN HARDENED CONDITIONS:
2.9
154
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
3
2.9.1
Ultrasonic Pulse
Velocity Test
for critical
foundations
A
NDT
2.9.2
Load Test , Core test
& Rebound Hammer
As required
A
Test
100%
IS: 13311 Part- I and Tech.
Specification/ IS 456
Test
Report
As required by
RITES Engineer.
As per
Technical
specification
and IS:4562000
Test
Report
Shall be performed
by
qualified
persons/institution
with
calibrated
equipments
in
presence of RITES,
if there is any
doubt in crushing
stregth and on
specific instruction
The test shall be
carried out only in
case
of
doubt
regarding grade &
quality of concrete.
Reinforcement Steel
3.1
Physical and
Chemical Properties
as per relevant IS
codes
As required/
agreed
B
Review of
TCs
In 100 MT or part
thereof
IS 1786/ 456/ TS
MTC
Approved brands
are SAIL/TISCON/
RINL
RITES to check
3.2
Tolerance
As
required/agree
d
C
Physical
At random
IS:1786
SR/LB
To be checked at
site
155
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
3.3
Freedom from
defects
As required/
agreed
C
Visual
Random before and
during placement
3.4
Placement
As required/
agreed
B
Visual
100%
156
As per technical specifications
& IS: 468
SR
As
per
approved
drawings and
approved Bar
Bending
schedule/ IS
456/ TS
SR/LB/
Pour card
Any of the bars
selected for use
shall be free from
cracks,
surface
flaws, laminations
and rough, jagged
and
imperfect
edges.Steel issued
should be free from
excessive rust. To
be stored diameter
wise in such a
place so as to
permit
easy
approach
for
inspection
&
identification.
It
should be cleaned
of excessive rust
before use.R/f will
be
tied
with
annealed
wire.
Water
accumulation
&
distortion of r/f are
to be avoided. To
be checked by
RITES
RITES Engineer to
check as per Bar
Bending Schedule
(BBS) and as per
relevant
codal
provision
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
3.5
4.0
As required/
agreed
B
Physical
Measurement
100%
Approved drawings & check
list.
SR
Tolerance as per
specifications
Calibrated
Pressure
Gauge
NIL
B
Physical
At random
Approved Drwaing
SR/LB
To be checked at
site by RITES
B
Verification
of MTC
Each lot/Batch
As per Technical Specification
SR/LB
To be checked at
site by RITES
As required
A
Physical
6 cubes for every
grout at the time of
each grouting
As per Technical specification
SR/LB
To be checked at
site by RITES
MTC
To be checked at
site by RITES
Grout
4.1
Grouting Pressure
4.2
Composition of
Grout
4.3
Compressive strength
(7 & 28 days)
5.0
Expansion Joints (Test Certificate of Manufacturer & Inspection agency is to be reviewed before placement)
5.1
6.0
Cutting tolerance
Check of type &
location of
installation and
release for concreting
Ballast
NIL
B
Visual
100%
As per Technical Specification
On supply of the first 100cum, the following tests shall be carried out. Further supply shall be accepted only after this ballast satisfies
the specifications for these tests.
157
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
6.1
Size and Gradation
test
As per
Technical
Specification
B
Physical
one for each stack
As per Technical
Specification/ IS 383 / IS 2386
SR/LB
6.2
Abrasion value
As per
Technical
Specification
B
Physical
One test for every
2000 cum
do
SR/LB
To be checked at
site by RITES
Size of one sample
should
be
0.027cum for stack
of volume less than
100
cum
&
0.027cum for every
100 cum or part
thereof for stack of
volume more than
100 cum. This
sample should be
collected using a
wooden box of
internal dimensions
0.3m x 0.3m x
0.3m from different
parts of the stack
RITES to check
6.3
Impact value
As per
Technical
Specification
B
Physical
One test for every
2000 cum
do
SR/LB
RITES to check
6.4
Water absorption
As per
Technical
Specification
B
Physical
One test for every
2000 cum
do
SR/LB
RITES to check
6.5
Stack measurement
As per
Technical
Specification
B
Physical
As per Technical Specification
SR/LB
RITES to check
158
100%
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
7.0
Brick Masonry, Sheeting & allied works
7.1
Test on Bricks
7.1.1
Soundness
As required
C
Physical
As per relevant IS
Code/ One Sample
for 10,000 Nos. or
part thereof
IS: 1077, IS:
3495, IS:2691,
Tech.
Specification
SR/LB
7.1.2
Colour
-
C
Visual
One for each stack
do
do
7.1.3
Compressive strength
As required
B
Physical
As per relevant IS
Code/ One Sample
for 10,000 Nos. or
part thereof
IS: 1077, IS:
3495 (part I),
IS:2891, Tech.
Specification
do
7.1.4
Water Absorption
As required
B
Physical
As per relevant IS
Code/ One Sample
for 10,000 Nos. or
part thereof
IS: 1077, IS:
3496 (part I),
IS:2891, Tech.
Specification
do
To be checked at
site by RITES as
per
frequency
stipulated
in
specification
&
guideline.
do
7.1.5
Visual & Dimension
B
Visual &
Measurement
Random
IS: 1077 &
tech. Spcfn.
do
do
7.1.6
Warpage
Visual &
Measurement
tape
Straight edge
& scale
B
Measurement
Per 10000 Nos.
IS: 1077
do
do
B
Physical
Once per source &
for on every
change of source
IS: 2386 Part-II, IS:383 /TS
SR/LB/T
R
RITES to check
7.2
To be checked at
site by RITES as
per
frequency
stipulated
in
specification
&
guideline.
Deep cherry red
copper colour
Sand (masonry work & road works)
7.2.1
Silt, Clay content and
organic impurities
As per IS
Code
159
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
7.2.2
Grading Of Sand
IS Sieves
B
Physical
once for 100 cum
or part thereof or
change of source
whichever is
earlier.
IS 2116/ IS 383/ TS
7.2.3
Determination of
specific gravity and
water absorption, &
Bulk density
Balance, Sieve
(confirming to
IS-460-1962)
etc.
B
Physical
Do
IS: 2386 Part-III, (for test
procedure), IS:383 (for
permissible value)
7.3.1
Masonry
construction
Workmanship
---
B
Visual/
Physical
All work
RITES to check
7.3.2
Laying
Trovel,
Square, Plumb
bob etc
B
Physical
All work
As per Spec
And IS 2212
for brick
works
As per Spec
And Clause no
11.0 of IS
2212 for brick
works
7.3.3
Verticality and
Alignment of Plumb
Plumb bob
B
Physical
All work
IS 2212 and
Tech Spec
RITES to check
B
Verification
of MTC /
Testing/
review
7.3
RITES to check
SR/LB/
Test
Report
do
RITES to check
8.0
9.0
BOUGHT OUT ITEMS – BOI
9.1
10.0
Bought out items to
be procured form the
manufacturers
acceptable to RITES
As required /
agreed
100%
RITES tech spec. / BOQ. List
of all BOI to be submitted for
approval along with proposed
vendors
Relevant
document
s/ TC
RITES to check
RCC PIPES as per IS: 458 & T.S.
10.1
Tests at Manufacturer's Works (RITES approved)
160
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
10.1.1
Hydrostatic Test
As required /
agreed
B
Physical
As per IS 458
Testing Procedure as per IS
458
IR/TC
RITES to check
10.1.2
Absorption Test
As required /
agreed
B
Physical
As per IS 459
Testing Procedure as per IS
459
IR/TC
do
10.1.3
3 Edge Bearing Test
As required /
agreed
B
Physical
As per IS 460
Testing Procedure as per IS
460
IR/TC
do
10.1.4
Straightness Test
As required /
agreed
B
Physical
As per IS 461
Testing Procedure as per IS
461
IR/TC
do
10.1.5
Dimensional Check
& Visual Inspn.
As required /
agreed
B
Physical
As per IS 462
Testing Procedure as per IS
462
IR/TC
do
10.1.6
RCC wire check &
spacing
As required /
agreed
B
Measurement
Random
TS/IS 458
IR/TC
do
As required /
agreed
B
Visual
As per IS 783
As per IS 783 & RITES Tech.
Spec
IR/TC
RITES to check
100%
Section 900 of MORTH
specification/ IRC,RITES
Spec.
SR
Horizontal
Alignment shall be
reckoned w.r.t. the
centre
line
of
carriageway,
tolerance will be 10
mm
for
carriageway and 25
mm for lower
10.2
Checks at site
10.2.1
11.0
Check for Laying and
Jointing
ROAD WORKS
11.1
Control Of Alignment , Level and Surface Regularity
11.1.1
Horizontal alignment
As reqd
B
Physical
161
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
layers
11.1.2
Surface Levels
As reqd
B
on a grid of points
placed at 6.25m
longitudinally and
3.5m transversly
Table 900-1 of MORTH
Spec./ IRC
11.1.3
Surface Regularity
of Pavement Courses
As reqd
B
100%
Table 900-2 of MORTH
Spec./ IRC
11.2
Test on bases and sub-bases( excluding bituminous bound bases)- Water Bound Macadum
A
Aggregates
for 10 consecutive
measurements
taken
longotudinally, not
more than one
measurement shall
be permitted to
exceed
the
tolerance,
On rectification of
irregularities
the
corrective
measures given in
MORTH spec (
Clause 902.5) shall
be followed
11.2.1
Aggregate Impact
value, abrasion value
& water absorption
Agrregate
Impact value
Test Apparatus
A
Physical
One test per 200
cum of Test
aggregate
Section 900 of MORTH
specification, RITES Spec.
SR/TR
RITES to check
11.2.2
Grading
Set of IS
Sieves
B
Physical
One test per 100
cum of aggregate
Section 900 of MORTH
specification, RITES Spec.
SR/TR
do
162
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
11.2.3
12.0
Flakiness index and
elongation index
Flakiness and
elongation test
gauges
B
Physical
One test per
200cun of agregate
B
Sand (see clause 7.2)
C
Test on earth work for embankment, Construction and cut formation of Road
Section 900 of MORTH
specification, RITES Spec.
SR/TR
do
11.2.1
Soil (Grain size
analysis, LL, PL, PI,
Modified Proctor,
CBR value)
B
100%
Clause 903.2 of MORTH spec
& IS 2720 Part 4, 5 8 , 16
RITES to check
11.2.2
Compaction Control
B
on each leyer by
taking at least one
measurement of
density for each
2500 sqm of
compacted area or
road length of
500m whichever is
lower.
IS 2780 (part 28)
do
11.2.3
Atterberg Limits of
binding material
(moorum)-LL/PL/PI
and grain size
analysis
One test per 100
cum of binding
material
Section 900 of MORTH
specification, RITES Spec.
Atterberg
limits
determination
B
Physical
SR/TR
do
TURFING
163
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
12.1
visual inspection of
turf sods
as required
B
Visual
100%
-
presence of mat of
roots and not less
than 5 cm of
thickness of earth
in the turf sods.
Direct planting of
grass
on
the
embankment slope
shall
not
be
permitted
Note: 1. No separate Quality Plan is needed for P. Way materials, being all the P.Way materials shall be procured by the agencies from the suppliers/ manufacturers approved
by Railways/RDSO/RITES duly inspected by Zonal Railways, RDSO or RITES Inspection Wing and the Inspection reports are to be ensured and verified by RITES.
2. For items & works which are left out, the checks shall be mutually agreed in line with CPWD/RITES/Rly norms.
General Points:
1.0
Quality Control Manpower
2.0
Quality Control Laboratory
3.0
Construction Equipments
4.0
Organisation Chart
v) Swelling
Index
A
check
A
check
A
check
B
check
As per T.S.
As per T.S.
As per T.S.
As per T.S./As per requirement /
direction of EIC
164
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
SECTION - 6
DRAWINGS
ENCLOSED
165
Signature of the tenderer with date
under seal of the firm
SECTION - 7 to 11
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
(READ UPTO DATE CORRECTION SLIP)
166
Signature of the tenderer with date
under seal of the firm
SECTION - 7 to 11
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
(READ UPTO DATE CORRECTION SLIP)
Contents
Section - 7
Conditions of Contract
Section - 8
Clauses of Contract
Section - 9
RITES Safety Code
Section - 10
RITES Model Rules for protection of health & sanitary
arrangements for workers
Section - 11
RITES Contractor’s labour regulation
Available in the form of a Booklet namely "GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
FOR WORKS, July 2011" on payment basis. Not required to submit along with the
offer.
However, the GCC along with corrigendum is available in RITES website
(www.rites.com) which may kindly be seen, if desired by the tenderer before
submission of the tender. GCC read with corrigendum is to be signed under seal of
the firm at the time of making Agreement.
(GCC are to be signed by the contractors and the accepting authority for making of
agreement of the contract.)
167
Signature of the tenderer with date
under seal of the firm
BHARAT COKING COAL LTD.
NOTICE INVITING TENDER NO.80/OT/R/BCCLPATHERDIH/Rly.-Siding/2015 Dated 25.02.2015.
Tender document for Renovation/Streghthening of
existing Railway Siding for Patherdih Coal Washery
of BCCL, Dist.-Dhanbad, Jharkhand
PART 2
FINANCIAL BID
SCHEDULE (BILL) OF QUANTITIES
(PERCENTAGE RATE CONTRACT)
Issued to (Name of Tenderer):________________________________________
Address of tenderer:_________________________________________________
Signature of officer issuing the documents___________________
Designation _______________________________
Date of Issue___________________
RITES Ltd.
(A Govt. of India Enterprise)
Kolkata Project Office
56, C.R. Avenue, 2nd Floor Kolkata-700 012
e. mail: po Kolkata @ rites.com
Phone No.: 033-22367118/7146/7162/7143(Fax)
PART 2
FINANCIAL BID
SCHEDULE (BILL) OF QUANTITIES
(PERCENTAGE RATE CONTRACT)
FINANCIAL BID
SCHEDULE (BILL) OF QUANTITIES
NAME OF THE WORK:
Renovation/Streghthening of existing Railway Siding for
Patherdih Coal Washery of BCCL, Dist.-Dhanbad,
Jharkhand
1)
POINTS TO BE NOTED WHILE QUOTING PERCENTAGE RATES
1.1
The entire work should be completed in all respects within a period of 18(Eighteen) months from the
15th day after the date of issue of Letter of Acceptance or from the first day of handing over of the site,
whichever is later, in accordance with the phasing, if any, indicated in the Tender Documents.
Page 1 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
PART 2
SCHEDULE (BILL) OF QUANTITIES
(PERCENTAGE RATE TENDER)
ABSTRACT OF COST
SCHE
DUL
E
DESCRIPTION
ESTIMATED
COST
(RUPEES)
A
FORMATION WORKS
107388582.25
B
TRACK
LINKING
WORK
SUPPLY OF POINTS &
CROSSINGS
SUPPLY
OF
PSC
SLEEPERS
SUPPLY OF P. WAY
FITTINGS
EPOXY WORK ON
TRACK HOPPER
CONSTRUCTION OF
P.C.C. DRAIN
CONSTRUCTION OF
RCC BOX BRIDGE
CONSTRUCTION OF
RELAY ROOM CUM
PANEL CABIN
103458395.29
Total of Schedules
(A+B+C+D+E+F+G
+H+J)
365162173.59
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
Percentage above (+) or
below (-) the Estimated Cost
as quoted.
(+) or (- Plus or minus
(in words)
)
(In fig.)
Total Quoted
Amount in Figs.
(Rs.)
27205299.72
64983755.98
15671610.33
3832443.88
24329613.40
8511124.05
9781348.69
TOTAL OF ALL SCHEDULES (A) TO (J)
UNCONDITIONAL REBATE
TOTAL OF ALL SCHEDULES (A) TO (J) AFTER APPLYING REBATE
(RUPEES)
(i)
In figures
(ii) In words.
SIGNATURE OF AUTHORIZED
SIGNATORY OF TENDERER
NAME OF SIGNATORY
NAME AND SEAL OF TENDERER
DATE:
PLACE:
Page 2 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
SCHEDULE (BILL) OF QUANTITY
TENDER NO.80/OT/R/BCCL-PATHERDIH/Rly.-Siding/2015 Dated 25.02.2015.
Name of work: Renovation/Streghthening of existing Railway Siding for Patherdih Coal Washery
of BCCL, Dist.-Dhanbad, Jharkhand
Schedule A (Formation Work )
ITEM
Description of Items
No
1
1
2
a)
b)
3
2
Site
clearance
including
removal
of
grass/vegetation, shrubs and tree upto 30 cm girth
as per specification and disposal as directed by the
Engineer-in- charge.
Felling trees of girth (measured at a height of 1m
above ground level) including lead and stacking of
material within 100m. Note : 1. When stumps are
grubbed up in addition, the rates shall be doubled
for trees cut and grubbed. 2. Payment for grubbing
shall only be made where specially ordered. 3.
Grubbing shall be ordered only where it is essential
to remove the stumps, including the roots, as per
specification. 4. Grubbing shall include removal of
roots of trees and saplings to a depth of 60cm below
ground level or 30 cm below formation level or 15
cm below sub grade level, whichever is lower.
Girth over 30 cm and upto 60 cm
Girth Beyond 60 cm girth upto and including 1.50
m girth
Earthwork in cutting formation, in all classification
of soil, including side drains, catch water drains
dressing and plumbing sides, levelling and
dressing of formation upto desired level, trolley
refuses etc. bailing out of water by pumping with
contractor's pump, fuel etc. of by and other means
during the progress of the work including
transportation of suitable earth to embankment&
disposal of unsuitable earth & dressing the section
as per approved drawing and specifications
including disposal & leveling of excavated spoil
within 5km of site premises. The rate includes all
leads and lift, ascent, descent, loading, unloading,
and transporting by any means, crossing Road/Rly
tracks/Obstacles etc. and also other incidental
charges as may be required complete in all
respect.The entire responsibility of the cut spoils
will be owned by the contractor. The rate also
includes transportation of earth suitable for filling
to embankment for which no extra payment will be
made except compaction as per item No.6 of sch-A.
Unit
Qty.
UNIT
RATE
TOTAL COST
3
Sqm
4
100000.00
5
4.82
6
482000.00
Each
Each
10.00
5.00
148.20
654.95
1482.00
3274.75
Cum
27500.00
163.81
4504775.00
Page 3 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
2
3
4
5
6
4
Supplying & spreading of stone dust as Blanketing
material over the embankment as per RDSO Guide
line no. GE.G.1 (July 2003) The rate shall include
cost of material, all lead, lift ascent, descent testing,
supply of labour and mechanical compaction as
required for execution of the work as per
specification.
Earth work in filling formation with contactor's
own earth of approved quality and specification
brought from outside , as per drawing &
specification including leading out and filling
suitable earth in layers not exceeding 300mm in
loose state on
formation including watering
/drying compacting the same as per profile &
specification. The rate includes all charges of
excavation, leading out the earth to embankment ,
Spreading in layers not exceeding 300mm in loose
state as per profile and specification The rate also
includes excavation & removal of slusy layers after
dewatering (if required), all lead & lift , ascent,
descent loading , unloading & transportation by
any means, crossing road/railway tracks
obstractles etc. all taxes including royalty etc. if
leviable by the local body or Govt. as applicable &
other incidental charges as may be required.
Payment will be made on compacted quantity
only) payment of mechanical compaction will be
made as per item No-6
Mechanical compaction of earth work in filling in
formation in layers not exceeding 300 mm thickness
in loose state including watering and/or drying so
as to achieve the required moisture content and
compacting with contractors heavy duty power
driven/ vibratory roller / sheep foot roller of
desired capacity to achieve dry density at least
equal to 98% of the Maximum Dry Density as per
IS:2720(Pt.VIII-1983) with contractor's own tools
and plants required with crew and fuel. The rate
shall include all lead, lift, ascent, descent, testing,
supply of labour and watering arrangement etc. as
required for execution of the work as per
specification.
Providing Turfing on the slopes of the embankment
with tenders sods of grass ,100mm in thickness
(approx) including dressing to obtain neat
appearance and watering the sods till they are
firmly rooted including all lead , lift , ascent ,
descent , royalty , incidental charges , materials ,
labour , transport , royalty taxes ,complete as
required including dressing of the slopes complete
in all respects.
Cum
74750.00
1002.84
74962290.00
Cum
104150.00
242.05
25209507.50
Cum
104150.00
14.80
1541420.00
Sqm
10750.00
51.60
554700.00
5
6
7
Page 4 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
Demolishing dressed stone masonry including
stacking of serviceable material and disposal of
unserviceable
material
within
50m
lead.
a)In cement mortar.
Demolishing R.C.C. work including cutting and
stacking of steel bars and disposal of unserviceable
material within 50m lead.
Cum
100.00
562.27
56227.00
Cum
100.00
729.06
72906.00
9
Total Amount of Sch-A
SCHDULE - B (Track linking work)
ITEM
Description of Items
Unit
Qty.
No
1 Laying, B.G. straight or curve Track with following
Tr.M.
13250.00
rail section (SWR of 33m to 40m rail pre-welded
pannel ) and concrete sleeper (M+7) density with
standard fittings ensuring correct specing of
sleepers, fixing and tightening of Fish Bolts & Nuts
and maintaining proper guage, alignment, level
(both cross & longitudinal ), expansion gap at rail
joints, super elevation as necessary and with one
initial through packing.
The rate should be
inclusive of dekinking of rails as required, cutting
of rails as required on straight and curve track for
squaring of joints, drilling holes on web of rail
square to rail surface by using proper template for
fish plated joints, champhering of drilled holes,
greasing and oiling of fish plates and fish bolts and
nuts and at fishing zone of the rail ends including
supply of grease oil etc. Sleepers spacing versine,
super elevation etc. shall also be marked by the
contractor with white paint at his own cost. The
work has to be carried out as laid down in IRPWM
and as per direction of the Engineer-in-charge at
site. The unit of track metre consists both sides
rails, sleepers and all other fittings required thereof.
(With 60 kg (New/SH) rails section)
2
Cutting
rails
(New/SH)
rails
section
inside/outside track.
60/52 kg (New/SH) rails
section
Each
650.00
Rs. 107388582.25
UNIT
RATE
341.05
TOTAL
COST
4518912.50
113.76
73944.00
Page 5 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
3
4
5
2
3
4
5
6
Welding of rail joints 60 kg from single rail to
3-rail panel on cess by SKV process with
contractors PORTION approved by RDSO (to be
supplied with authenticated certificate), dry
moulds including other welding mats,
supplying skilled/artisan staff like welder,
moulder,
chipper,lutter,
aligner,
striker/hammer man & adequate nos. of semiskilled and un-skilled labour and supplying
petrol, as required for facilitating welding
works on track by shifting the joint sleepers
upto 30 cm on either side, providing suitable
gap of about 23 mm to 25 mm for welding,
fixing the petrol tanks & heating the rail ends by
approved contractor's equipment and chipping
the excess materials if required,
aligning,
leveling etc. complete including filing after
welding on cess.
Supply & delivery of Machine crushed stone
ballast of 50 mm size clean angular, hard and
durable track ballast as per specification and
stacking the same on cess of the formation or toe
of the bank or at suitable place as directed by
engineer-in-charge at site. The rate includes all
cost of lead, lift, royalty, sales tax & other tax
and duties and all incidentalcharges complete as
applicable. Tools, plants and screens of
approved mesh & dimensions required for
inspection and passing at the time of
measurement are to be arrenged by the
contractor. The rate also includes leveling of
ground, if necessary, where the ballast are to be
stacked.
Handling, lifting and leading of ballast from
stacks with lead of 100m, which have been
duly measured and spreading ballast on
formation, Track & turnouts to ensure uniform
and compact ballast cushion under the sleepers
desired ballast profile. Spreading of ballast
should be as per specified line and level and
maintaining approved profile as provided in the
technical specifications. Spreading of ballast on
formation will be done only after supply is
completed for a particular stretch as decided by
Engineer in charge and ballast stacks have been
released for spreading.
Each
Joint
1546.00
3625.00
5604250.00
Cum
31680.00
1844.45
58432176.00
Cum
31680.00
165.84
5253811.20
Page 6 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
6
7
8
2
Through packing of any kind of sleepers with
stone ballast to maintain correct alignment
cross and longitudinal level as required for
maintaining
track
gauge,
versine,
superelevation etc. on both straight and curve
track laid with contractor's tools and labour
inclusive of all charges as per IRPWM and as
directed by Engineer-in-charge.
3
4
5
6
First through packing of track
2nd through packing of track
3rd through packing of track
Tr.M.
Tr.M.
Tr.M.
13250.00
13250.00
13250.00
42.04
35.05
35.05
557030.00
464412.50
464412.50
4th through packing of track
Dismantling of existing B.G.Track of
60kg/52Kg/90R or any section of rails with
any kind of sleepers with fittings and
fastenings. The rate should be inclusive of
cutting of rails, bolts & nuts, if necessary, for
dismantling of track. Released materials
should be kept seperately i.e. Rails , Sleepers,
fastenings etc. by the side of the track up to a
free lead of 30m as per direction of the
Engineer-in-Charge.
Excavation of earth, overburden, etc. from the
track and screening of complete ballast
section of the track through seive of specified
size up to a depth of as specified below bottom
of sleeper. This includes opening of ballst,
digging down for the following depth below
the bottom of sleepers, taking out caked ballast
and muck etc, from the entire section, putting
back of cleaned ballast as per required ballast
profile, throwing away screened muck,
overburden etc. on the toe of the bank or on
the cess if low or above the top of cutting lead
not exceeding 30m as per direction of
Engineer-in-charge, grading the bed to the
edge of the formation for effective drainage
and including one round of kutcha packing
with ballast. Upto a depth of 200mm below
bottom of sleeper.
Tr.M.
Tr.M.
13250.00
11000.00
35.05
102.08
464412.50
1122880.00
11000.00
253.00
2783000.00
Tr.M.
Page 7 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
2
Excavation of earth, overburden, etc. from the T-out
above top of sleeper and screening of ballast for 1 in
8.1/2 Turn-outs in running track upto a depth of 200
mm below bottom of sleeper through sieve of
specified size. This includes opening of ballast,
digging down 200 mm below the bottom of sleepers,
taking out caked ballast and muck etc, from the
entire section, putting back of cleaned ballast as per
required ballast profile, throwing away screened
muck, overburden etc at a distance of 50m as per
direction of Engineer-in-charge, grading the bed to
the edge of the formation for effective drainage &
including initial packing of sleepers.
3
Set
4
25.00
5
13282.50
6
332062.50
Dismantling of existing B.G. 1 in 8.1/2 Turn-outs of
52kg/ 90R or any section of rails with any kind of
sleepers with fittings & fastenings. The rate should be
inclusive of cutting of rails, fish plates, bolts & nuts,
if necessary, for dismantling of Turnouts. Dismantled
materials should be segregated and are to be kept
separately i.e. Rails, Sleepers, fastenings etc. by the
side of the track as per direction of the Engineer-inCharge.
Set
25.00
9466.00
236650.00
Assembling, linking and laying in position
B.G.Standard 60 kg/52 kg turn-outs on P.S.C.
sleepers including approach & exit PSC sleeper
portion to correct alignment & gauge.This includes
switches lead rails, stock rails both straight and
curve, crossing with 60 kg/52 kg rails and standard
fittings ensuring correct spacing of sleepers fixing &
tightening of Fish bolts & nuts and maintaining
proper guage, expansion gap at rail joints and with
one initial through packing.
The rate should be
inclusive of dekinking of rails as required, bending
stock rails, cutting of rails to required standard size
and drilling holes on web of rails square to rail
surface by using proper template (for fixing
fishplates, distance block, stretcher bars), greasing
and oiling of fish plates & fish bolts and nuts and at
fishing zone of the rail ends including supply of
grease, oil etc. complete in all respects. The rate
should also be inclusive of carrying rails, sleepers,
switches, crossings, fittings & fastenings with all
lead, lift, ascent, descent crossing Road/Rly line if
necessary from Client/RITES Store Depot to Site of
work within a distance of 1 km. Sleeper spacing shall
also be marked by the contractor with white/yellow
paint at his own cost. The work has to be carried out
as laid down in IRPWM and as per direction of the
Engineer-in-Charge at site. (1 in 8½ Turnout/Sym.
split)
Page 8 of 36
Set
9
10
11
23.00
71281.71
1639479.33
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
12
13
2
Assembling, linking and laying in position B.G.Standard 60
kg/52 kg turn-outs on P.S.C. sleepers including approach
& exit PSC sleeper portion to correct alignment &
gauge.This includes switches lead rails, stock rails both
straight and curve, crossing with 60 kg/52 kg rails and
standard fittings ensuring correct spacing of sleepers
fixing & tightening of Fish bolts & nuts and maintaining
proper guage, expansion gap at rail joints and with one
initial through packing. The rate should be inclusive of
dekinking of rails as required, bending stock rails, cutting
of rails to required standard size and drilling holes on web
of rails square to rail surface by using proper template (for
fixing fishplates, distance block, stretcher bars), greasing
and oiling of fish plates & fish bolts and nuts and at fishing
zone of the rail ends including supply of grease, oil etc.
complete in all respects. The rate should also be inclusive
of carrying rails, sleepers, switches, crossings, fittings &
fastenings with all lead, lift, ascent, descent crossing
Road/Rly line if necessary from Client/RITES Store Depot
to Site of work within a distance of 1 km. Sleeper spacing
shall also be marked by the contractor with white/yellow
paint at his own cost. The work has to be carried out as laid
down in IRPWM and as per direction of the Engineer-inCharge at site. (1 in 12 Turnout/Sym. split)
Assembling, linking and laying in position B.G.Standard 60
kg/52 kg turn-outs on P.S.C. sleepers including approach
& exit PSC sleeper portion to correct alignment &
gauge.This includes switches lead rails, stock rails both
straight and curve, crossing with 60 kg/52 kg rails and
standard fittings ensuring correct spacing of sleepers
fixing & tightening of Fish bolts & nuts and maintaining
proper guage, expansion gap at rail joints and with one
initial through packing. The rate should be inclusive of
dekinking of rails as required, bending stock rails, cutting
of rails to requiredstandard size and drilling holes on web
of rails square to rail surface by using proper template (for
fixing fishplates, distance block, stretcher bars), greasing
and oiling of fish plates & fish bolts and nuts and at fishing
zone of the rail ends including supply of grease, oil etc.
complete in all respects. The rate should also be inclusive
of carrying rails, sleepers, switches, crossings, fittings &
fastenings with all lead, lift, ascent, descent crossing
Road/Rly line if necessary from Client/RITES Store Depot
to Site of work within a distance of 1 km. Sleeper spacing
shall also be marked by the contractor with white/yellow
paint at his own cost. The work has to be carried out as laid
down in IRPWM and as per direction of the Engineer-inCharge at site. (1 in 8½ Derailing switch )
3
Set
4
4.00
5
95042.28
6
380169.12
Set
3
25344.61
76033.83
Page 9 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
14
15
16
17
2
Through packing of 1 in 8½ Turn-out/Sym. split on any kind
of sleepers with stone ballast to maintain correct alignment
cross and longitudinal level as required for maintaining track
gauge, versine, superelevation etc. on both straight and curve
track laid with contractor's tools and labour inclusive of all
charges as per IRPWM and as directed by Engineer-in-charge.
(Note: Length of turnout will be considered from stock rail
joint to the rail joint after 4th exit sleeper)
3
4
5
6
First Through packing
Set
23.00
6733.60
154872.80
2nd Through packing
Set
23.00
5822.80
133924.40
3rd Through packing
Set
23.00
5519.20
126941.60
4th Through packing
Set
23.00
5519.20
126941.60
First Through packing
Set
4
9162.40
36649.60
2nd Through packing
set
4
8251.60
33006.40
3rd Through packing
set
4
7340.80
29363.20
4th Through packing
set
4
7340.80
29363.20
First Through packing
2nd Through packing
set
set
3
3
2244.53
1940.93
6733.59
5822.79
3rd Through packing
set
3
1839.73
5519.19
4th Through packing
set
3
1839.73
5519.19
Metre
3500.00
1156.54
4047890.00
Through packing of 1 in 12 Turn-out/Sym. split on any kind of
sleepers with stone ballast to maintain correct alignment cross
and longitudinal level as required for maintaining track gauge,
versine, superelevation etc. on both straight and curve track
laid with contractor's tools and labour inclusive of all charges
as per IRPWM and as directed by Engineer-in-charge. (Note:
Length of turnout will be considered from stock rail joint to
the rail joint after 4th exit sleeper)
Through packing of 1 in 8½ Derailing switch on any kind of
sleepers with stone ballast to maintain correct alignment cross
and longitudinal level as required for maintaining track gauge,
versine, superelevation etc. on both straight and curve track
laid with contractor's tools and labour inclusive of all charges
as per IRPWM and as directed by Engineer-in-charge. (Note:
Length of turnout will be considered from stock rail joint to
the rail joint after 4th exit sleeper)
Manufacturing and fixing of check rails for Curve & L-xing
by Machine cut of 60/52 kg /90R rails of required size .
Drilling holes on web by drilling machine as per requirement.
Fixing the check rail to inner side of running Rail in case of
curve and both the running rails of L-Xing with the help of C.I.
Bracket bolts and nuts and plate screw at an intervals as
directed by engineer-in-charge maintaining proper check rail
clearance and fixing them on each concrete sleeper. RAILs will
be provided by Employer free of cost.
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Signature of the tenderer
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1
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
2
3
4
5
6
Cutting Metal liners as per enclosed drawing for use at Fish Each
2952.00
12.67
37401.84
plated joints.
Making and fixing in position cement concrete (1:2:4) Each
27
1420.37
38349.99
Fouling Mark as per enclosed drawing with proper painting
and lettering as per directives of the Engineer-in-Charge
of the work. The rate is inclusive of all materials like
cement, stone agreegates, sand and paints etc, with all
incidental works required for fixing in position complete in
all respects.
Trolleying new rails, PSC sleepers from the Client/RITES Site MT
9000.00
567.83
5110470.00
store to the site of work by contractors transport/diplorry
upto a distance of 1 km including handling, loading,
unloading of materials with all lead, lift, crossing road/ rly.
tracks etc complete.
Trolleying new rails, PSC sleepers for every addl. ½ km by MT
4500.00
77.15
347175.00
contractors transport/diplorry
Transportation of released rails, sleepers, fittings & fastenings MT
5750.00
567.83
3265022.50
from site to the dept. store of SECL/RITES by contractors
transport upto a distance of 2 km including handling, loading,
unloading of materials with all lead, lift, crossing road/ rly.
tracks etc complete.
Construction of R.C.C. buffer as per RITES drawing including Each
2.00
231043.21
462086.42
supply of reinforcement, cement, buffer wooden sleepers
(2.75m x 0.3m x 0.20m), bolts & nuts, washers and all other
materials. The rate should also include painting of buffer
wooden sleeper with approved quality red paint. The rate
should also be inclusive of digging of foundation trenches,
shuttering & forma finishing with all lead, lift ascent, descent
etc. complete (as per RITES drg.).
Fabricatio, manufacturing and supply of glued insulated joint Each
100.00
70517.06
7051706.00
of following Rail section as per RDSO drg. no. provided with
2nos. X 3.25m long Rail and joining by 1m long fish plates &
upto date alt. & conforming to IRS specification including cost
of all supplied materials required thereof i.e. the cost of rail,
fish plates, fish bolts & nuts complete in all respect.
With 60 kg/m (UIC) 1st quality rails to RDSO Drg. No. T-5843
(G3L type) (With Contractors supply of rails)
Total Amount of Sch-B Rs.
103458395.29
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Signature of the tenderer
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Schedule- "C" (Supply of Points & Crossings)
Description of Items
ITEM
No
1 B.G. 1 in 8.1/2 Points & Xings with 60 kg (IRS-T12) 90 UTS 1st quality rails on PSC sleeper layout
as per RDSO Drg. No. T-4865, T-4966 & T-4967
with CMS Crossings, all fittings & fastenings, 2
pair of 1m long fish plates, bolts & nuts, Lead
rails, standard fish plates(610mm long) and fish
bolts & nuts complete but exclusive of PSC
sleepers.
2 B.G. 1 in 12 Points & Xings with 60 kg (IRS-T-12)
90 UTS 1st quality rails on PSC sleeper layout as
per RDSO Drg. No. T-4218, T-4219 & T-4220 with
CMS Crossings, all fittings & fastenings, 2 pair of
1m long fish plates, bolts & nuts, Lead rails,
standard fish plates(610mm long) and fish bolts
& nuts complete but exclusive of PSC sleepers.
3 B.G. 1 in 8.1/2 Derailing switch with 60 kg (IRST-12) 90 UTS 1st quality rails on PSC sleeper
layout as per RDSO Drg. No. T-6068, with all
fittings & fastenings, bolts & nuts, Lead rails,
standard fish plates(610mm long) and fish bolts
& nuts complete but exclusive of PSC sleepers.
Unit
Qty.
TOTAL COST
23
UNIT
RATE
946755.57
Set
Set
4
1127752.95
4511011.80
Set
3
306303.27
918909.81
21775378.11
Total Amount of Sch-C Rs. 27205299.72
Schedule- "D" (Supply of PSC Sleepers)
ITEM
Description of Items
No
1 B.G. Monoblock Prestressed concrete sleepers
(category I ) as per RDSO drawing No.T-2496
(PSC-14) and IRS Specification T-39 (with latest
alterations, if any).
2 B.G. Monoblock Prestressed concrete sleepers
(category I ) as per RDSO drawing No.T-4186 and
IRS Specification T-39 (with latest alterations, if
any).
3 B.G. PSC sleepers (category I ) for 1 in 8.5 Turn
out including approach & eexit sleepers as per
turn out assembly RDSO drawing No.T-4865 with
up to date alt. and confirming to
IRS
Specification.
4 B.G. PSC sleepers (category I ) for 1 in 12 Turn out
including approach & eexit sleepers as per turn
out assembly RDSO drawing No.T-4218 with up
to date alt. and confirming to IRS Specification.
5 B.G. PSC sleepers (category I ) for 1 in 8.5
derailing switch as per RDSO drawing No.T6068 including approch and exit sleepers with up
to date alt. and confirming to IRS Specification.
TOTAL COST
16509
UNIT
RATE
2414.03
Each
5926
2648.19
15693173.94
Set
23
307622.83
7075325.09
Set
4
488744.33
1954977.32
Set
3
135686.12
407058.36
Unit
Qty.
Each
Total Amount of Sch-D
39853221.27
Rs. 64983755.98
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Schedule- "E" (Supply of P. way fittings)
ITEM
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Description of Items
Unit
Qty.
TOTAL COST
90124
UNIT
RATE
65.16
Suply of Elastic Rail clips with flat toe (MK.III) to
RDSO Drg. No. T-3701 conforming to IRS
specifications.
Suply of Elastic rail clips type'J' for use at fish
plated joints as per RDSO Drg. No. T-4158
conforming to IRS Specification.
Supply of GNF liners for 60 Kg BG PRC Sleepers,
to RDSO drawing No. T-3706 (upto date
Alteration) conforming to IRS spoecification for
use with Mark-III flat toe ERC (Drg. No. T-3701)
Supply of Grooved rubber sole plate to RDSO
Drg. No.T-3711
Supply of Fish Plates 60 kg to RDSO Drg. No.T1898 Alt 5 (Note: 1 Pair = 2 Fish Plates)
Supply of Fish Bolts and nuts as per RDSO Drg.
No. T-1899 Alt-2 of size 25 mm dia and 140 mm
long conforming to IRS Specification No.T-23/67.
Suply of Combination Fish Plates 60 kg - 52 kg as
per RDSO Drg. No.T-696, T-697, T-698, T-699
with upto date alt and conforming to IRS-T-6
Suply of Bolts & nuts (25mm x 190mm) as per
RDSO Drg. No.T-11514,IRS T-23 and Steel round
Up to 63 mm conforming to IS-1875.
Supply of 60kg Joggled fishplate to RDSO Drg.
No.T- 4016 with clamps to RDSO Drg. No. T-4017
& 4017/1 and bolts to RDSO Drg. No.T11524(One set comprises of two fishplates and 4
clamps of each type and four bolts).
Supply of Plate screw as per RDSO Drg. no. T3913 Cpnforming to IRS-T-16
Each
Each
6183
68.23
421866.09
Each
94123
12.89
1213245.47
Each
45767
21.77
996347.59
Pair
841
2178.86
1832421.26
Each
3364
69.95
235311.80
Set
10
9068.93
90689.30
Each
40
82.14
3285.60
Set
42
5791.91
243260.22
Each
11852
38.97
461872.44
Suply of CI bracket as per RDSO Drg. No. T- 4917
comforming to IS;210-1962(Grade 20) and IRS T10
Supply of Distance Bracket as per RDSO Drg. No.
T- 4785 conforming to IS: 210-1962 (Grade 20) and
IRS T-10
Suply of Bolts and nuts( 22mm x 110mm)
including single coil spring washer as per RDSO
Drg. No. T-11550 , IRS T-10
Suply of Single coil spring washer RDSO Drg. No.
EDO/T-10773, conforming to IRS-T-42-1988
Each
5926
482.66
2860243.16
Each
5926
67.71
401249.46
Each
5926
61.36
363619.36
Each
11852
5.12
60682.24
5872479.84
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Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
15
16
17
2
3
4
5
6
Supply of 10mm thick and 144 mm wide Grooved
Rubber sole plate for 60 Kg.rails conforming to
IRS specification for rubber pad of ballast less
track MTP/Kolkata [Note:The ends of rubber pad
should be jointed by Araldite adhesive to make it
continuos padding under the rail seat]
Supply of SGCI Inserts for 60 kg rails as per
RDSO Drg. No. T-381 with upto date Alt.
Conforming to IRS-T-32-84
Supplying of combination GFN liners to RDSO
Drg.No T-3707 & T-3708 (up to date altaeration)
conforming to IRS specification for use with mark
-III flat toe ERC ( DRG.No. T-3708)
(Note: 1 set= one each of T-3707 & 3708)
Metre
546
621.93
339573.78
Each
2080
117.23
243838.40
Set
1092
28.96
31624.32
Total Amount of Sch-E Rs. 15671610.33
Schedule- "F" (Epoxy work on Track Hopper including Supply of materials)
ITEM
No
1
2
Description of Items
Unit
Qty.
218.00
UNIT
RATE
5256.85
TOTAL
COST
1145993.30
Making new epoxy levellling layer of 13.6mm for
a width upto 400 mm with Araldite Gy-257,
hardener Hy-840, Hardener HY-960 and Quartz
sand Mix-10 in the proportion of 100:50:2:800 by
weight to be applied over a priming coat of
Araldite Gy-257 and Hardener Hy-840 in the
proportion of 100:50 & one top coat over the
levelling layer with Araldite Gy257, Hardener
Hy-840 and Hardener Hy-960 in the proportion of
100:50:2
(as
per
RITES
Drg.)
The top coat over levelling layer are to be applied
only over the top of final levelling layer. The rate
is also inclusive of chipping the undulated
concrete surface over the beam & removal of
laitance by wire brushing and blowing of
pneumatic air to attain the minimum leveling
layer of 13.6mm.
Making epoxy levellling layer as required over
13.6mm for a width upto 400mm to match with
the proposed rail level with Araldite Gy-257,
hardener HY-840, Hardner HY-960 and Quartz
sand Mix-10 in the proportion of 100:50:2:800 by
weight
(
Approx.
addl.
Thickness
= 25mm)
NB:- Av.Addl Thickness 25mm throughout the
lenth of beam to be considered for calculation of
amount .
Sqm
Avg.25
mm
thick/per
Sqm.
218.00
7491.25
1633092.50
Page 14 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
3
4
5
6
7
2
Grouting of SGCI Inserts in the existing hole on
beam of Track Hopper with ARALDITE GY-257,
HARDENER HY-840, HARDENER HY-960 and
QUARTZ SAND in the proportion of 100:50:2:400
by weight upto the required depth for laying of
track with 60 Kg.rail over 10mm thick continuous
rubber pads as per RITES Drg. The rate is also
inclusive of chipping of existing pockest, if
necessary to grout the Inserts at proper level.
Providing additional quantities of grouting
compound inside the pockets with ARALDITE
GY-257, HARDENER HY-840, HARDENER HY960 AND QUARTZ SAND in the proportion of
100:50:2:400 by weight for bigger size of pockets
beyond the actual pocket size of 65mm X45mm X
120mm. upto 25% excess
Making new pockets of 65mm X 45mm X 120mm
depth as required for grouting additional Inserts
over the existing concrete surface of beam of
Track Hopper.
Scrapping rust, dust etc. from rails sruface by
wire brushing, chiseling etc. & painting of rail
surface with anti corrosion paints i,e. one coat
zinc chromate primer foolowed by two coat of
bituminous emulsion after properly cleaning the
surface
including
handling,
re-handling
etc.Painting is to be doneon web, foot and bottom
of rail surface of rail except surface of rail head.
The rate includes cost of labour and cost of
approved make primer and bituminous emulsion
(Berger, Shalilmar, ICI, Asian paints or any other
make of equivalent qualilty) Supplied by the
contractor
(Note:-The rails must be painted before the same
are laying into track)
Cutting liners as per enclosed drawing for use at
Fish plated joints
3
Each
4
2080.00
5
287.15
6
597272.00
100CC
156000.00
81.81
127623.60
Each
312.00
202.46
63167.52
Metre
546.00
90.15
49221.90
Each
40.00
12.67
506.80
Page 15 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
8
2
3
4
5
6
Laying 60 Kg. rails (single rail) over concrete
'Track Hopper' with standard fittings ensuring
correct spacing of SGCI Inserts, fixing &
tightening of Fish bolt & nuts and maintaining
proper guage,alignment, level (both cross &
longitudinal ), expansiongap at rail joints. The
rate should be inclusive of dekinking of rails as
required, cutting of rails as required on straight
for squaring of joints, driling holes on web of rail
square to rail surface by using proper template for
fish plated joints, greasing and oiling of fish
plates & fish bolts and nuts and at fishing zone of
the rail ends including supply of grease oil etc.
complete in all respect. The rate should also be
inclusive of carrying rails,fittings & fastenings
with all lead, lift, ascent, descent,crossing
road/Rly
lines,etc.
if
necessary
from
RITES/BCCL Store Depot to site of work within a
distance of 1 Km.
Metre
546.00
394.81
215566.26
Total Amount of Sch-F Rs. 3832443.88
Schedule-G:(Construction of P.C.C.Drain)
ITEM
Description of Items
No
1 Earthwork in cutting (classified) in formation,
trolley refuges, side drains, level crossing
approaches, platforms, catch water drains,
diversion of nallah & finishing to required
dimension and slopes to obtain a neat appearance
to standard profile inclusive of all labour,
machine & materials and removing & leading all
cut spoils either to make spoil dumps beyond
10m from cutting edge or for filling in
embankment with all leads within the section
limit, lifts, ascent, descent, loading, unloading, all
taxes/royalty, clearance of site and all incidental
charges, bailing & pumping out water, if
required, etc. complete as per directions of the
Engineer-in-Charge. The work is to be executed as
per latest / updated edition of "Guidelines for
Earthwork in Railway Projects" issued by RDSO,
Lucknow. Cut trees shall be property of Railways
and to be deposited in the railway godown unless
specified otherwise in the Special Conditions of
Contract a)In all conditions and classifications of
soil except rock
2 Providing and laying Cement concrete in
foundations rammed in layers not exceeding
150mm thick including contractors cement , sand
and stone ballast( 40mm down)of grade (M-10)
and formwork if necessary
Unit
Qty.
TOTAL COST
6500.00
UNIT
RATE
163.81
Cum
Cum
650.00
3996.76
2597894.00
1064765.00
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Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
3
4
2
3
4
5
6
Cement Concrete M-20 grade in construction of
side drain along the railway track with
contractors cement, well graded hard stone,
machine crushed coarse aggregate( 20mm down)
and sand of approved quality (zone-III or coarser)
including cost of admixture(if any) , excluding
shuttering/ply board etc. as per drawing with all
contractors labour, tools and plants, curing, lead,
lift, ascent, descent, loading, unloading, royalty,
taxes, freight, and any other charges incidental to
the work complete (contractor to arrange water
with any lead ) as per IS:456-2000 as directed by
the Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized
representative at site .All concrete work should be
mechanically vibrated by needle vibrator /plate
vibrator as required.
Hire and labour charges for shuttering with
centering and necessary stagging at any level
using approved struts/props and thick hardwood
planks of approved thickness with required
bracing of concrete slabs beams, column, piers,
abutments, pillars, posts and struts, Retaining
walls, return walls, walls (any thickness) etc.
including fitting fixing and striking out after
completion of works as per specification and
drawing and direction of Engineer.
Cum
3480.00
5132.03
17859464.40
Sqm
20300.00
138.30
2807490.00
Total Amount of Sch-G
Rs. 24329613.40
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Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
Schedule- H :(Construction of RCC Box RUB)
ITEM
No
1
3
4
Description of Items
Unit
Qty.
TOTAL COST
1500.00
UNIT
RATE
292.93
Earthwork in excavation in foundation
trenches for Wharf walls, in all sorts of soil
including backfilling in layers with
excavated soil with proper compaction,
removing, spreading or stacking the
spoils/earth within a lead of 5km . The
item includes necessary trimming the sides
of trenches, leveling, dressing and ramming
the bottom, slush, bailing out/pumping
any water accumulated in excavated pit ,
side shoring etc. complete in all respect as
per the direction of the Engineer-in- charge.
The rate includes back filling
behind
bridges, humepipes etc with suitable
excavated earth (approved by the Engineerin-Charge) , leading out the earth to
embankment, spreading in layers and
dressing of bank to required profile
including demarcation and setting out of
profile as per technical specification for
earth
work.
a) All kinds of soil
Supplying & Spreading of
approved
quality sand uniformly over the foundation
trench of bridges , retaining walls and
where required in layers not exceeding
150mm thick or as directed by the Engineer
-in-charge at site including watering ,
ramming / compaction to achieve the
required compaction with all lead , lift ,
loading , unloading , royalty , taxes etc with
any lead etc complete.
Cum
Cum
450.00
1318.44
593298.00
Providing and laying Plain Cement
Concrete 1:3:6 with graded stone aggregate
of 40mm nominal size, in foundation and
floors, retaining walls of bridges including
mechanical mixing, vibrating, pumping
and bailing out water where ever required
with all materials and labour complete but
excluding the cost of cement and shuttering
as per drawings and technical specifications
as directed by Engineer-in-Charge.
Cum
25.00
3996.76
99919.00
439395.00
Page 18 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
5
6
2
Cement Concrete M-20 grade design mix
in foundation of bridges, Wing walls, Drop
walls, Return walls ,Toe walls, Wearing
coarse, Coping, concrete apron etc. with
contractors
cement, well graded hard
stone, machine crushed coarse aggregate(
20mm down) and sand of approved quality
(zone-III or coarser ) including cost of
admixture(if any), excluding shuttering etc.
as per drawing with all contractors labour,
tools and plants, curing, lead, lift, ascent,
descent, loading, unloading, royalty, taxes,
freight, and any other charges incidental to
the work complete (contractor to arrange
water with any lead ) as per IS:456-2000 as
directed by the Engineer-in-Charge or his
authorised representative at site .All
concrete work should be mechanically
vibrated by needle vibrator /plate vibrator
as required.
Reinforced Cement Concrete M-35 grade
design mix in construction of Bridges
foundation, wing wall , drop wall, retaining
wall ,abutment wall, intermediate wall etc.
with contractors cement, well graded hard
stone, machine crushed coarse aggregate(
20mm down) and sand of approved quality
(zone-III or coarser ) including cost of
admixture(if any) excluding shuttering/
ply board etc as per drawing with all
contractors labour, tools and plants, curing,
lead, lift, ascent, descent, loading,
unloading, royalty, taxes, freight, and any
other charges incidental to the work
complete (contractor to arrange water with
any lead ) as per IS:456-2000 as directed by
the Engineer-in-Charge or his authorised
representative at site .All concrete work
should be mechanically vibrated by needle
vibrator /plate vibrator as required. The
cost of Reinforcement will be paid
separately.
3
Cum
4
100.00
5
5132.03
6
513203.00
Cum
460.00
5673.10
2609626.00
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Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
7
8
9
10
2
3
4
5
6
Supplying and Placing in position TMT
steel reinforcement of as per IS : 1786 for
RCC work including straightening cutting,
bending , binding & placing of
reinforcement with contractor 's annealed
binding wire of 16SWG and placing with
correct spacing in position in all sub structure & super structure works of
bridges and other structure as per drawing
including all lead & lift with all labour and
material .Supply and placing with proper
cover block supports , chairs overlaps etc.
in all heights & depths etc.The
reinforcement to be supplied should be
make of SAIL , TISCON, RINL and free
from dirt, grease or corrosion.
Hire and labour charges for shuttering with
centering and necessary stagging at any
level using approved struts/props and
thick hardwood planks of approved
thickness with required bracing of concrete
slabs beams, column, piers, abutments,
pillars, posts and struts, Retaining walls,
return walls, walls (any thickness) etc.
including fitting fixing and striking out
after completion of works as per
specification and drawing and direction of
Engineer.
Hand Packed dry boulder filling on the
back side of Wharf wall including supply,
carriage of stone. Cost of all materials &
Labours with all lead & lift with boulder
size 200mm to 250mm app.in dia.
Dry stone pitching with hard stone
boulders weighing approximately 35 kgs
hand packed on bridge floor , aprons ,
along side slopes of banks etc including
ramming and leveling the base , pumping
and bailing out water (where required)
grouting the joints with 1:4cement mortar
with contractors
cement and sand of
approved quality (zone-III or coarser) with
all contractors materials , tools, pumps ,
fuels ,plants, lead, lift, ascent, descent,
loading,
unloading
,
crossing
of
obstructions (if any) royalty, taxes , freight
and all charges incidental to the works as
per specifications and directions of the
Engineer-in-charge or his representative at
site.
MT
60.00
64460.00
3867600.00
Sqm
800.00
230.28
184224.00
Cum
125.00
765.13
95641.25
Cum
50.00
1623.52
81176.00
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Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
11
12
2
Providing and applying two coats of coal
tar or bitumen confirming to IS:3117-1965
on the top and sides of RCC box/slabs @
1.70 kg/sqm after cleaning the surface with
all labour and materials complete job as
directed by the Engineer-In-Charge.
3
Sqm
4
210.00
5
104.98
6
22045.80
Supplying fitting & fixing 75 mm dia PVC
pipe for weep holes as per Drawing or as
per instruction of Engineer-In-Charge.
RM
40.00
124.90
4996.00
Total amount of Schedule-H
Rs. 8511124.05
Schedule- J :(Construction of Relay Room Cum Panel Building )
ITEM
No
1
Description of Items
2
3
4
Unit
Qty.
Earth work in excavation by mechanical
means ( Hydrolic Excavator)/ manual
means in foundation trenches or drains
(not exceeding 1.5m in width or 10 sqm on
plan) including dressing of sides and
ramming of bottoms, lift up to 1.5m,
including getting out the excavated soil
and disposal of surplus excavated soil as
directed, within a lead of 50m. All kinds of
soil.(DSR 2.8.1)
Filling
available
excavated
earth
(excluding rock) in trenches plinth, sides of
foundations etc. in layers not exceeding
20cm in depth : consolidating each
deposited layer by ramming and watering,
lead up to 50 m and lift up to 1.5m. (DSR
2.25)
Surface dressing of the ground including
removing vegetation and in-equalities not
exceeding 15 cm deep and disposal of
rubbish, lead upto 50 m and lift upto 1.5m
:All kinds of Soil (DSR 2.28.1)
Providing and laying damp-proof course
40 mm thick with cement concrete 1:2:4 (1
cement : 2 coarse sand : 4 graded
a) Stone aggregate 12.5 mm nominal size).
(DSR 4.10)
Cum
360.00
UNIT
RATE
130.80
TOTAL COST
Cum
120.00
83.80
10056.00
100 Sqm
400.00
935.25
3741.00
Sqm
36.00
207.55
7471.80
b) Extra for providing and mixing water
proofing material 'Impermo' or equivalent
in cement concrete work @ 1 kg per 50 kg
of cement. (DSR 4.12)
per 50
kg
cement
8.00
35.35
282.80
47088.00
0.00
Page 21 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
1
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
2
Applying a coat of residual petroleum
bitumen of penetration 80/100 of
approved quality using 1.7 kg per square
metre on damp proof course after cleaning
the surface with brushes and finally with a
piece of cloth lightly soaked in kerosene oil
(DSR. 4.13)
Reinforced cement concrete work in walls
(any
thickness),
including
attached
pilasters, buttresses, plinth and string
courses, fillets, columns, pillars, piers,
abutments, posts and struts etc. up to floor
five level excluding cost of centering,
shuttering, finishing and reinforcement :
1:1:2 (1 cement : 1 coarse sand : 2 graded
stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size)cum
Reinforcement for RCC work including
straightening, cutting, bending, placing in
postion and binding all complete.
3
Sqm
4
36.00
5
96.65
6
3479.40
Cum
196.00
6974.30
1366962.80
a) Thermo-Mechanically Treated bars.
(DSR 5.22.6)
Centering and shuttering including
strutting, propping etc. and removal of
form for :Foundations, footings, bases of
columns,Walls (any thickness) including
attached pilasters, butteresses, plinth and
string courses ,Suspended floors, roofs,
landings,
balconies
and
access
platform.Shelves ,Lintels, beams, plinth
beams,
girders,
bressumers
and
cantilevers.Columns,
Pillars,
Piers,
Abutments, Posts and Struts.
Brick work with FPS bricks of class
designation 50 in foundation and plinth in
:
a) Cement Mortar 1:6 (1 cement : 6 cosare
sand) (DSR 6.1.2)
Brick work with FPS bricks of class
designation 50 in superstructure above
plinth level upto floor V level in all shape
and sizes in:
a) Cement Morter 1:6 (1 cement : 6 cosare
sand) (DSR 6.4.2)
Kg
20200.00
62.25
1257450.00
Sqm.
1600.00
311.20
497920.00
Cum
28.00
4125.46
115512.88
Cum
180.00
4706.14
847105.20
20 mm cement plaster of mix :1:6 (1
cement: 6 coarse sand)
Sqm.
2590.00
169.50
439005.00
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Finishing walls with textured exterior
paint of required shade :New work (Two
or more coats applied @ 3.28 ltr/10 sqm)
over and including priming coat of exterior
primer
applied
@
2.20kg/10
sqm.(EXTERIOR)
3
Sqm.
4
1050.00
5
117.70
6
123585.00
13
Distempering with oil bound washable
distemper of approved brand and
manufacture to give an even shade. New
work (two or more coats) over and
including water thinnable priming coat
with cement primer.
Sqm.
1540.00
64.65
99561.00
14
Half brick masonry in superstrudture
above plinth level upto floor V Level. (DSR
6.13.2) cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4
coarse sand)
Providing wood work in frames of doors,
windows, clerestory windows and other
frames, wrought framed and fixed in
position with hold fast lugs or with dash
fasteners of required dia & length ( hold
fast lugs or dash fastener shall be paid for
separately )b) Sal wood.
Providing and fixing ISI marked flush door
shutters confirming to 15.22.2 (Part 1) nondecorative type, core of block board
construciton with frame of 1st class hard
wood and well matched commercial 3 ply
veneering with vertical grains or cross
bands and face veneers on both faces of
shutters
a) 35 mm thick including ISI marked
Stainless Steel butt hinges with necessary
screws .
Sqm.
320.00
476.85
152592.00
Cum
9.00
68648.90
617840.10
Sqm
46.00
1578.30
72601.80
Each
24.00
168.95
4054.80
Each
24.00
86.45
2074.80
15
16
17
18
Providing and fixing aluminium sliding
door bolts ISI marked anodised (anodic
coating not less than grade AC 10 as per
IS:1868) transparent or dyed to required
colour or shade with nuts and screws etc.
complete
(b) 250 x 16 mm
Providing and fixing aluminium tower
bolts ISI marked anodised (anodic coating
not less than grade AC 10 as per IS : 1868)
transparent or dyed to required colour or
shade with necessary screws etc. complete
(b) 250 x 10 mm
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2
Providing and fixing aluminium handles
ISI marked anodised (anodic coating not
less than grade AC 10 as per IS : 1868)
transparent or dyed to required colour or
shade with necessary screws etc. complete.
4
5
6
Each
24.00
62.50
1500.00
(a) Single Rubber stopper
Each
24.00
28.60
686.40
Providing and fixing MS fan clamp Type-I
& Type - II of 16 mm dia MS bar bent to
shape with hooked ends in RCC slabs
beams during laying including painting
the exposed portion of loop, all as per
standard design complete. (DSR 10.17)
Each
30.00
106.30
3189.00
a) 125 mm
20
21
22
23
3
Providing and fixing aluminium hanging
floor door stopper ISI marked anodised
(anodic coating not less than grade AC 10
as per IS: 1868) transparent or dyed to
required colour and shade with necessary
screws etc. complete.
Steel work welded in built up
sections/framed work including cutting
hoisting, fixing in position and applying a
priming coat of approved steel primer
using structural steel etc., as required.
a) In gratings, frames, guard bar, ladders,
railings, brackets, gates and similar works.
(DSR 10.25.2)
Kg
11800.00
77.90
919220.00
Finishing with Deluxe Multi surface paint
system for interiors and exteriors using
Primer as per manufacturers specifications.
Painting wood work/Steel work with
Deluxe Multi Surface Paint of required
shade. Two or more coat applied @ 0.90
ltr/10 sqm over an under coat of primer
applied @0.75 ltr/ 10 sqm of approved
brand or manufacture
sqm
190.00
67.70
12863.00
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Providing and fixing PVC Door Frame of
size 50x47mm with a wall thickness of 5
mm (± 0.2 mm) made out of single piece
extruded PVC profile, with mitred cut
joints and joint with 2nos of PVC bracket of
size 190 mm x 100 mm long arms of cross
section size 35 x 15mm & self driven self
taping screws, the vertical door profiles to
be reinforced with 40x20mm M.S.
rectangular tube of 0.8 mm , including
providing EPDM rubber gasket weather
seal throughout the frame, including
jointing 5mm PVC frame strip with PVC
solvent cement on the back of the profile.
The door frame to be fixed to the wall
using 8 x100mm long anchor fasteners
complete, all as per manufacturer’s
25
35 mm thick factory made Solid panel PVC
Door shutter made out of single piece
extruded soild PVC profiles, 5 mm (±
0.2mm) thick, having styles & rails (except
lock rail) of size 95 mmx 35 mm x 5 mm,
out of which 75 mm shall be flat and 20
mm shall be tapered (on both side), having
one side thickness of 15 mm integrally
extruded on the hinge side of the profile
for better screw holding power, including
reinforcing with MS tube of size 40 mm X
20 mm x 1 mm, joints of styles & rails to be
mitered cut & joint with the help of PVC
solvent cement, self driven self tapping
screws & M.S. rectangular pipes bracket of
size 190 mm X 100 mm of cross section size
35 mm x 17 mm x 1 mm at each corner.
Single piece extruded 5mm thick solid PVC
Lock rail of size 115 mm x 35 mm x 35 mm,
out of which 95 mm to be flat and 20 mm
to be tapered at both ends, having 15 mm
solid core in middle of rail section
integrally extruded, fixing the styles & rails
with the help of solvent and self driven self
tapping screws of 125 mm x 11 mm,
including providing 5 mm Single piece
solid PVC extruded sheet inserted in the
door as panel, all complete as per
manufacturer's specification and direction
of
Engineer-in-charge.
Decorative finish (wood grained finish).
3
4
5
6
metre
20.00
545.30
10906.00
Sqm
5.40
3100.00
16740.00
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2
Providing and fixing glazing in aluminium
door, window, ventilator shutters and
partitions etc. with EPDM rubber /
neoprene gasket etc. complete as per the
architectural drawings and the directions
of engineer-in-charge . (Cost of aluminium
snap beading shall be paid in basic
item):With float glass panes of 5.50 mm
thickness.
27
4
84.00
5
905.75
6
76083.00
Sqm
440.00
280.05
123222.00
Sqm
90.00
258.20
23238.00
Cement concrete flooring 1:2:4 (1 cement :
2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate)
finished with a floating coat of neat cement
including cement slurry, but excluding the
cost of nosing of steps etc. complete.
(a) 40 mm thick with 20 mm nominal size
stone aggregate
28
3
sqm
Cement plaster skirting (up to 30 cm
height) with cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement :
3 coarse sand) finished with a floating coat
of neat cement
18 mm thick.
29
Providing and fixing 10mm thick acid
and/or alkali resistant tiles of approved
make and colour using acid and/or alkali
resisting mortar bedding and joints filled
with acid and/or alkali resisting cement as
per IS : 4457 complete as per the direction
of Engineer-in- Charge.In flooring on a bed
of 10 mm thick mortar 1:4 (1 acid proof
cement : 4 coarse sand).
Sqm
40.00
1075.60
43024.00
30
Cement concrete pavement with 1:2:4 (1
cement : 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone
aggregate 20 mm nominal size) including
finishing complete.
Cum
9.00
4725.95
42533.55
31
Providing and laying Ceramic glazed floor
tiles 300x300 mm (thickness to be specified
by the manufacturer) of 1st quality
conforming to IS : 15622 of approved make
in colours such as White, Ivory, Grey,
Fume Red Brown, laid on 20 mm thick
Cement Mortar 1:4 (1 Cement : 4 Sand)
Sqm
24.00
764.55
18349.20
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2
32
Providing and fixing 1st quality ceramic
glazed wall tiles conforming to IS:15622
(thickness to be specified by the
manufacturer) of approved make in all
colours, shades except bergundy, bottle
green, black of any size as approved by
Engineer-in-charge in skirting, risers of
steps and dados over 12 mm thick bed of
Cement Mortar 1:3 (1 Cement : 3 Coarse
sand) and jointing with grey cement slurry
@ 3.3 kg per sqm including pointing in
white cement mixed with pigment of
matching shade complete. (DSR: 11.36)
33
34
35
4
5
6
Sqm
100.00
724.25
72425.00
Sqm
260.00
105.50
27430.00
With common burnt clay F.P.S.(non
modular) brick tile of class designation 10
Sqm
260.00
375.60
97656.00
Providing and fixing white vitreous china
pedestal type water closet (European type
W.C. pan) with seat and lid, 10 litre low
level white P.V.C. flushing cistern,
including flush pipe, with manually
controlled
device
(handle
lever),
conforming to IS : 7231, with all fittings
and fixtures complete including cutting
and making good the walls and floors
wherever required :-W.C. pan with ISI
marked white solid plastic seat and lid
each
2.00
2885.10
5770.20
Painting top of roofs with bitumen of
approved quality at 17 kg per 10sqm
impregnated with a coat of coarse sand at
60cum per 10 sqm including cleaning the
slab surface with brushes and finally with
a piece of cloth lightly soaked in kerosene
oil complete.
a) With residual type petroleum bitumen
of grade VG - 10
3
10 cm thick (average) mud phaska of
damped brick earth on roofs laid to slope
consolidated and plastered with 25 mm
thick mud mortar mixed with bhusa at 35
kg per cum of earth and gobri leaping with
mix 1:1 (1 clay : 1 cow dung) and covered
with flat tile bricks of class designation 100
grouted with cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement :
3 fine sand) mixed with 2% of integral
water proofing compund by weight of
cement and finished neat
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2
Providing and fixing white vitreous china
flat back or wall corner type lipped front
urinal basin of 430x260x350mm and
340x410x265mm sizes respectively with
automatic flushing cistern with standard
flush pipe and C.P. brass spreaders with
brass unions and G.I clamps complete,
including painting of fittings and brackets,
cutting and making good the walls and
floors wherever required :One urinal basin
with 5 litre white P.V.C. automatic flushing
cistern.
Providing and fixing wash basin with C.I.
brackets, 15 mm C.P. brass pillar taps,32
mm C.P. brass waste of standard pattern,
including painting of fittings and brackets,
cutting and making good the walls
wherever require :-White Vitreous China
Wash basin size 630x450 mm with a single
15 mm C.P. brass pillar tap.
3
each
4
2.00
5
2844.40
6
5688.80
each
2.00
1628.95
3257.90
Providing and fixing P.V.C. waste pipe for
sink or wash basin and urinal including
P.V.C. waste fittings complete.:- Flexible
pipe 32 mm dia
Providing and fixing 600x450 mm beveled
edge mirror of superior glass (of approved
quality) complete with 6 mm thick hard
board ground fixed to wooden cleats with
C.P. brass screws and washers complete
each
4.00
65.30
261.20
each
2.00
674.05
1348.10
40
Providing and fixing 600x120x5mm glass
shelf with edges round off, supported on
anodised aluminium angle frame with C.P.
brass brackets and guard rail complete
fixed with 40 mm long screws, rawl plugs
etc., complete.
each
2.00
341.25
682.50
41
Providing and fixing soil, waste and vent
pipes 100 mm dia.:-Sand cast iron S&S pipe
as per IS: 1729
metre
40.00
734.30
29372.00
42
Providing and fixing PTMT towel rail
complete with brackets fixed to wooden
cleats with CP brass screws with concealed
fitting arrangement of approved quality
and colour :- 600mm long towel rail with
total length of 645mm, width 78mm and
effective height of 88mm, weighing not less
than 190gms.
each
2.00
415.20
830.40
37
38
39
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2
Providing and fixing G.I. pipes complete
with G.I. fittings including trenching and
refilling
etc.
External
work
i)
15 mm dia. nominal bore
ii)
44
45
3
4
5
6
metre
30.00
142.25
4267.50
25 mm dia. nominal bore
metre
50.00
209.40
10470.00
Providing and fixing G.I. Pipes complete
with G.I. fittings and clamps i/c making
good the walls etc. concealed pipe
including painting with anti corrosive
bitumastic paint, cutting chases and
making good the wall :-15 mm dia nominal
bore
Providing and fixing brass stop cock of
approved quality : 15 mm nominal bore
metre
30.00
230.00
6900.00
each
6.00
205.60
1233.60
46
Providing and fixing ball valve (brass) of
approved quality, High or low pressure,
with plastic floats complete :-
i)
25 mm nominal bore
each
2.00
421.65
843.30
47
Providing and fixing brass bib cock of
approved quality :-15 mm nominal bore
each
4.00
205.60
822.40
48
Providing and fixing G.I. Union in existing
G.I. pipe line, cutting and threading the
pipe and making long screws including
excavation, refilling the earth or cutting of
wall and making good the same complete
wherever required :-
i)
15 mm nominal bore.
each
10.00
259.65
2596.50
ii)
25 mm nominal bore.
each
4.00
294.50
1178.00
49
Making connection of G.I. distribution
branch with G.I. main of following sizes by
providing and fixing tee, including cutting
and threading the pipe etc. complete :- 25
to 40 mm nominal bore
each
2.00
277.35
554.70
50
Providing and fixing 100 mm sand cast
Iron grating for gully trap.
each
6.00
24.60
147.60
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2
Providing and fixing M.S. holder-bat
clamps of approved design to Sand Cast
iron/cast iron (spun) pipe embedded in
and including cement concrete blocks
10x10x10cm of 1:2:4 mix (1 cement : 2
coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate
20mm nominal size) including cost of
cutting holes and making good the walls
etc. :- For 100 mm dia. Pipe
52
Providing lead caulked joints to sand cast
iron/centrifugally cast (spun) iron pipes
and fittings of diameter:- 100 mm
53
4
90.00
5
112.50
6
10125.00
each
40.00
207.85
8314.00
Providing and fixing gun metal nonreturn valve of approved quality (screwed
end) :- 25 mm nominal bore Horizontal
each
2.00
383.45
766.90
54
Providing and placing on terrace (at all
floor levels) polyethylene water storage
tank ISI : 12701 marked with cover and
suitable locking arrangement and making
necessary holes for inlet, outlet and
overflow pipes but without fittings and the
base support for tank
per litre
2000.00
6.10
12200.00
55
metre
80.00
206.90
16552.00
i)
Providing and fixing on wall face
unplasticised Rigid PVC rain water pipes
conforming to IS : 13592 Type A including
jointing with seal ring conforming to IS :
5382 leaving 10 mm gap for thermal
expansion.(i) Single socketed pipes :- 110
mm diameter
Providing and fixing on wall face
unplasticised - PVC moulded fittings/
accessories for unplasticised Rigid PVC
rain water pipes conforming to IS : 13592
Type A including jointing with seal ring
conforming to IS : 5382 leaving 10 mm gap
for thermal expansion.
Bend 87.5° :-110 mm bend
each
8.00
156.95
1255.60
ii)
Shoe (Plain):-110 mm Shoe
each
8.00
287.05
2296.40
56
3
each
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57
58
59
60
61
62
2
Supply,
installation,
testing,
commissioning & Provision of 2 X 4'-0"X
28w, T-5 Batten type fluorescent light
fitting indoor conforming to IS 10322 Part5, section 2/82 with Electronic ballast, PF
improvement capacitor, starter, rotary
holders, etc., including lamp, supply,
connection from ceiling rose using 3 Core
PVC flexible chord wire using wooden
round blocks, M.S. down rod/M.S. bracket
pipe on wall, etc., fixing arrangement
suitable at site locations, etc., (Inside
Service Building).
Supply, fixing, testing & commissioning of
AC Ceiling Fan 1200 mm sweep
(confirming to IS 374/79) with five star
marking (*****) complete with double ball
bearing including electronic regulator,
condenser, etc. in the ceiling of building
with suitable hooking arrangements with
flush mounting, supply, connection from
ceiling rose 3 core PVC flexible chord wire
as per standards.
Supply, fixing, testing & commissioning of
Electronic Fan Regulator (Flush type)
200V complete with provision of new
termination
on
decolom
TW
board.(OSWAL / RIDER / ANCHOR)
3
Nos.
4
132
5
1723.11
6
227450.52
Nos.
40
2477.92
99116.80
Nos.
40
322.00
12880.00
Supply,fixing,testing & commissioning of
CFL Bracket light fittings,holder alongwith
18W CFL lamp
Supply, fixing, testing & commissioning of
Exhaust Fan 450mm including wall
opening with plastering for housing
exhaust fan with 3 corex1.5 Sq.mm PVC
insulated copper cable. (Make: Bajaj,
Havells, Usha)
Nos.
32
535.67
17141.44
Nos.
24
6101.00
146424.00
Supply & wiring for light point fan point /
exhaust fan point / call bell point / 5A
plug point with PVC insulated copper
conductor single core cable of size 1.5
Sq.mm -2 Nos & 1 No of 14 SWG Tinned
copper for Earth Continuity in recessed
PVC conduit, including provision of
control switches terminating on a decolom
finish TW board with testing and
commissioning. (Reputed ISI mark)
Point
368
416.00
153088.00
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2
3
4
63
Wiring for circuit/sub main wiring
alongwith earth wire of the following sizes
of PVC insulated copper conductor single
core cable in surface / recessed PVC
condiut as required
(i)
2 x 2.5 sq.mm + 1 x 2.5 sq.mm
Mtr.
1120
198.00
221760.00
(ii)
2 x 4 sq.mm + 1 x 4 sq.mm
Mtr.
640
228.00
145920.00
(iii)
2 x 6 sq.mm + 1 x 6 sq.mm
Mtr.
80
298.00
23840.00
64
Supplying and fixing following piano type
switch / socket on existing switching box /
cover including connections etc. as
required (Make: Anchor, Havells, Capri)
(i)
3 pin 5/6 amps socket outlet
Nos.
124
35.50
4402.00
(ii)
15/16 amps switch
Nos.
24
61.50
1476.00
(iii)
5 pin 15/16 amps socket outlet
Nos.
24
73.00
1752.00
65
Supplying
and
fixing
following
size/modules,GI box alongwith modular
base & cover plate switches in recess etc. as
required
(i)
1 or 2 module(75mmx75mm)
No.
96
142.00
13632.00
66
Supplying and fixing following size PVC
Conduit
alongwith
accessories
in
surface/recess including cutting the wall
and making good the same in case of
recessed conduit as required
(i)
25 mm
Mtr.
1600
64.50
103200.00
67
Supplying and fixing following way,single
pole and neutral,prewired,sheet steel,MCB
distribution
board,240
volts,on
surface/recess,complete with loose wire
box, terminal blocks,duly prewired with
suitable size FR PVC insulated copper
conductor up to terminal blocks,tinned
copper busber,neutral link,earth bar,din
bar,detachable
gland
plate,
interconnections,phosphatized
and
powder painted including earthing etc. as
required.(But
without
MCB/RCCB/Isolator)
2+4 way,single door
No
4
(i)
5
6
0.00
1717.00
6868.00
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2
3
4
5
68
Supplying and fixing 5 amps to 32
amp,rating,240
volts,"B"
series,MCB
suitable for lighting and other loads of the
following following poles in the existing
MCB
DB
complete
with
connections,testing and commissioning etc.
as required
Single pole
No
36
141.00
5076.00
No
4
5545.00
22180.00
0.00
Nos.
4
3914.00
15656.00
(i)
69
(i)
70
(i)
Supplying and fixing following way,three
pole and neutral, prewired, sheet steel,
MCB distribution board,415 volts,on
surface/recess, complete with loose wire
box, terminal blocks,duly prewired with
suitable size FR PVC insulated copper
conductor up to terminal blocks,tinned
copper busber,neutral link,earth bar,din
bar,detachable
gland
plate,
interconnections,phosphatized
and
powder painted including earthing etc. as
required.(But
without
MCB/RCCB/Isolator)
4 way (4+12),single door
Providing and fixing following rating
breaking capacity MCCB in existing
cubicle panel board including drilling
holes in cubicle panel, making connections,
etc. as required
125 Amp, 16 KA
6
71
Supply, testing and commissioning of
XLPE insulated and PVC sheathed
aluminium conductor armoured power
cable 1.1KV grade conforming to IS:7098
(Part-I) of following sizes
0.00
(i)
3.5 x 25 sq.mm
Mtr.
1200
561.00
673200.00
72
Laying of one number PVC insulated and
PVC
sheathed/
XLPE
aluminium
conductor armoured power cable 1100 Volt
grade directly in ground including
excavation, sand cushioning, protective
covering of brick and refilling of trench etc.
as required at site of size 70 sq.mm
including road crossing
Mtr.
800
121.00
96800.00
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2
Supplying & laying of 100mm dia ( G.l
pipe) for track/road crossing as required
and as per the direction or Engineeriniharge including MV cable laving of 25
sqmm in the Pipe leading in walls
3
Mtr.
4
80
5
1113.88
6
89110.40
74
G.I pipe 50 mm dia.(light class) Supply &
fixing on walls or as required
Mtr.
80
259.76
20780.80
75
Nos.
8
3385.00
27080.00
(i)
Supply,installtion,connection,testing and
commissioning of 40 mm dia,3 metre long
G.I. Pipe earth electrodes,complete with pit
and all necessary materials including
excavation of earth pit,filling with
Charcoal and salt,back filling around the
G.I. Pipe earth earth electrodes and
complete
including
supply/leading/laying/burring
and
concealing of 4 SWG GI wire from earth
electrode to proposed MDB/SDB or
elsewhwre and in manner as per standards
Supply, fixing and commissioning of
Energy efficient Street light fittings,
Housing shall be fabricated out from sheet
Al.Stove Enemalled white etc. Suitable for
2 x 28W, Energy eficient T-5 lamp,
complete with electronic ballast,lamp
holders duly wired suitable for use on
230V, 50Hz AC supply complete with 2
nos. T-5 28W FTL Lamps and all other
aocesories, as per ROSO's specification NoRDSO/PE/SFEC/AC/0100(Rev.'0')2008.Similar to Philiips model type : HGS
120 2XTL528W EBE for fitting and 2x TL-5,
28 W HE for lamp. The fttting shall be
supplied complete with necessary fixing
arm bracket to fix the fitting on the pole
suitable for the fitting and complete with
fixing arrangement, necessary connection
etc.
Supply
Nos.
16
2126.35
34021.60
(ii)
Erection
Nos.
16
713.00
11408.00
(iii)
Wiring charges for street light poles
Nos.
16
416.00
6656.00
77
Supply & Erection of PVC Power Cable for
AC Power(415 Volt) supply of Panel Cabin.
(i)
Supply(3.5 x70 sq mm)
M
500
457.49
228745.00
(ii)
Erection
M
500
173.00
86500.00
76
0.00
Total amount of Schedule-H
Rs. 9781348.69
Page 34 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
Total Amount of Sch-A(Formation work )
Total Amount of Sch-B (Track linking work)
Total Amount of Sch-C (Supply of Points & Crossings)
Total Amount of Sch-D (Supply of PSC Sleepers)
Total Amount of Sch-E (Supply of P. way fittings)
Total Amount of Sch-F (Epoxy work on track hopper)
Total Amount of Sch-G (Construction of P.C.C.Drain)
Total Amount of Sch- H :(Construction of RCC Box Bridge)
Total amount of Schedule-J (Construction of Relay Room cum Panel Cabin)
Total of (Sch-A+Sch-B+Sch-C+Sch-D+Sch-E+Sch-F+Sch-G+Sch-H+ Sch-J)
Rs. 10,73,88,582.25
Rs. 10,34,58,395.29
Rs. 2,72,05,299.72
Rs. 6,49,83,755.98
Rs. 1,56,71,610.33
Rs.
38,32,443.88
Rs. 2,43,29,613.40
Rs.
85,11,124.05
Rs.
97,81,348.69
Rs. 36,51,62,173.59
Page 35 of 36
Signature of the tenderer
Under seal of the firm
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SRJ/ TP-I,
RLY Land boundary shown as :
R = 1000m
T = 15.314m
CL = 30.626m
SRJ, Ch : 1832.778m
CURVE -4A(RH) TP-II, Ch : 1826.278m
FM, Ch : 1852.778m
SRJ, Ch : 1998.318m
3.82m
3.1m
FM, Ch : 2336.783m
R = 500m
T = 41.666m
CL = 83.140m
CURVE -5A (LH)
R = 220m
T = 23.101m
CL = 46.034m
20m
: 3079.5
CURVE -7 (R
FM , Ch
)
-8A (RH
R = 500m
T = 41.666m
CL = 83.140m
CURVE -5 (LH)
SRJ, Ch : 2091.028m
DS, Ch : 2270.300m
R = 400m
T = 23.448m
CL = 46.843m
TP-I, Ch : 1795.652m
TP-I, Ch : 1809.670m
FM, Ch : 1800.000m
TP-II, Ch : 1837.665m
TP-I, Ch : 1865.326m
TP-II, Ch : 1893.321m
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CUR
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CURVE-3 (LH
R = 1750m
T = 31.123m
CL = 62.240m
VE
SCALE
1 : 2500
DRG.
No.
SH.
No.
CU
RV
E -2
D(R
R=
H)
T = 220m
1
CL 35.20
= 24 5m
2.46
8m
RV
ER
2C
T = = 23
(R
H)
CL 12 2m
4
= 2 .49
28 5m
.52
5m
R = 500m
T = 14.001m
CL = 27.995m
CURVE -4A1(LH)
R = 500m
T = 14.001m
CL = 27.995m
CURVE -4A2(RH)
Br No 31A, (1x1.2m)Arch, Ch : 1983.0m
SRJ, Ch : 2020.000m
CURVE -4B(RH)
PF START, Ch : 2331.370m
R = 500m
T = 19.128m
CL = 38.237m
(LH)
R = 500m
T = 22.467m
CL = 44.903m
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CURVE -6 (R
-8 (RH)
R = 400m
T = 15.5
02
CL = 30 m
.989m
CURVE - 6A
00m
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Start of T/H, Ch : 2046.783m
FM, Ch : 2036.028m
Ch : 3078.3
CURVE
R = 220m
T = 21.4
72
CL = 42 m
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R = 246m
T = 609.160m
CL = 583.998m
CURVE -2A(RH)
R=2
2
T = 1 0m
4
CL = 1.295m
251.2
00m
VE
-8B (RH
Ch :240.0m F/ Br.No-7
Ch : 799.16m F/STN.
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BHARAT COKING COAL LIMITED
FINAL FEASIBILITY STUDY REPORT
FOR INSTALLATION OF RAPID COAL LOADING
ARRANGEMENT AT PATHERDIH SIDING FOR 5 MTPA
( LAYOUT PLAN )
1 OF 2
( A GOVT. OF INDIA ENTERPRISE )
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