C O R P O R A T I O N B A N K

C O R P O R A T I O N    B A N K
CORPORATION BANK
TENDER DOCUMENT
FOR
ELECTRICAL WORK
AT
M/s MGF Automobiles Ltd, No.1,, Faiz
Road, Jhandewalan, NEW DELHI
VOLUME –I ( TECH BID)
ISSUED TO:-
………………………………………
DATE OF ISSUE:-
27 / 03 / 2015
DATE OF SUBMISSION:-
16 / 04 / 2015
ARCHITECTS
M/s VASTU SADAN PVT. LTD.
122 A /12, G.F. Gautam Nagar,
New Delhi – 110049.
Tel. No. - 011- 41643626,
Fax. No. – 011-41643426
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IMPORTANT
The Contractor should satisfy himself that no page or documents from this sealed filed is
missing while submitting this tender consisting of page no. 1 to 68
Tender Issued to :
M/s _____________________________
_________________________________
_________________________________
_________________________________
To be submitted to :
The Circle General Manager,
Corporation Bank,
Circle Office,
10th Floor, Hindustan Times House,
K.G. Road, New Delhi - 110001
Up to 16:00 hrs on dated 16 /04 / 2015
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SECTION – I
INVITATION TO TENDERS
1.
Sealed, item rate, tenders are invited under two bid method in the prescribed format from
reputed contractors meeting the eligibility criteria mentioned in prequalification
documents, on behalf of the CORPORATION BANK, hereinafter known as the
employer and also as bank for carrying out the work of Interior and Furnishing works
as per the specifications and the drawings furnished by the bank.
a)
Name of the work
Proposed Electrical & Fire Alarm system work for
Corporation Bank at M/s MGF Automobiles Ltd,
No.1, Faiz Road, Jhandewalan, New Delhi.
b)
Estimated Cost
Rs. 44.40 lakhs
c)
Earnest Money
Rs. 44, 400/-
d)
Time for Completion of Work
60 Days + 10 days for mobilization.
e)
Validity of Tender
90 days from the date of opening of financial Bid.
f)
Date of issue of Tender
27/ 03/ 2015
g)
Last date of submission of Tender
16/ 04/ 2015
h)
Date & time of opening the Tender
17/ 04/ 2015 at 4.30 PM
2.
Contract document consists of Notice inviting the tender ( NIT ), General rules and
instructions for the guidance of the tenderer, General conditions, Schedule of
quantities with specification, Tender Drawings, Form of tender, Form of agreement and
Approved makes to be complied by the tenderer.
The Tender Documents shall be issued to the contractors between hours of 11.00 a.m.
and 03.00 p.m. every day from 27/ 03/ 2015 to 15/ 04/ 2015 except on Sundays
and public Holidays on payment of Rs 1000/- (non refundable) in cash/ by DD in
favour of Corporation Bank at the office of the Circle General Manager, Corporation
Bank, Circle Office, 10th floor, Hindustan Times House, K.G. Marg, New Delhi. No other
mode of payment is accepted. Tender documents shall not be sent through post.
Tenderers are requested to obtain the same in person or through their authorized
representative.
3. The tenders shall be submitted in two envelopes. The envelope No. 1 shall be
marked as Technical Bid, shall contain Pre qualification documents, Volume-I of
the tender, EMD in the form of Demand Draft / Pay Order and any other
matter.
The envelope No. 2 shall be marked as Price Bid and shall contain Volume-II of the
tender document.
Tenders are to be submitted in one sealed envelope cover enclosing therein the
Envelope No. 1 and Envelope No.2 duly super scribed with the work / project written
on the envelope will be received by the Circle General Manager, Corporation Bank,
Circle Office, 10TH Floor, Hindustan Times House, K.G. Marg, New Delhi, upto 4.00 P.M.
on 16/ 04/ 2015.
Technical bid will be opened at Circle office, New Delhi on 17/ 04/ 2015 at 4.30 P.M.
The price bid shall be opened later–on, (only qualified contractors), on a scheduled
date and time, to be informed separately.
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The tenders received after the last date and time stipulated for submission of the
tenders shall be rejected.
The Bank shall not be responsible for any delay in receipt of the tenders received by
post or courier. Therefore the tender shall ensure that his tenders are submitted well
in advance.
4.
The time allowed for carrying out the work will be days from 3rd (THIRD) DAY
after the Date of written order to commence the work.
5.
The tenderer should quote the rate in figures as well as in words and amount
tendered by them. The amount for each item should be worked out and the requisite
totals be given.
The rates quoted shall be inclusive of rates for the item of work described, including
materials, labour, tools & plant, carriage & transport, supervision overheads &
profits, mobilizing and other charges, taxes, whatsoever including any anticipated or
un-anticipated difficulties etc. complete for proper execution of the work as pre
drawings and specifications and claim whatsoever for any extra payment shall not be
entertained.
6.
7.
When a tenderer signs a tender in an Indian language the tendered amount and the
total amount tendered should also be written in the same language. In the case of
illiterate tenderers, the rates and the amount should attested by a witness.
EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT (EMD) amounting to Rs 44,400/- by way of Demand
Draft of a Nationalized / Scheduled Bank drawn in favour of “Corporation Bank” ,
payable at Delhi must accompany each tender. No interest shall be allowed on the
Earnest Money. Tender without Earnest Money Shall be liable for rejection.
8.
The EMD of the tenderer whose tender is accepted, shall be forfeited in full in case
he does not remit the Initial Security Deposit within the stipulated period or if he
fails to start the work by the stipulated date mentioned in the award letter or if he
fails to sing the agreement.
9.
The acceptance of a tender will rest with the employer that does not bind itself to
accept the lowest tender, and reserves its right to accept or to reject any or all of the
tenders received without assigning any reason.
All tenders, in which any of the prescribed conditions are not fulfilled or are
incomplete in any respect are liable to be rejected.
THE BANK RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT THE TENDER IN FULL OR IN
PART AND THE TENDERER SHALL HAVE NO CLAIM FOR REVISION OF RATES
or OTHER CONDITIONS IF HIS TENDER IS ACCEPTED IN PARTS.
The bank does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender and reserves to
itself
the right of accepting the whole or any part of the tender and the tenderer
shall be
bound to perform the same at the rate quoted.
10.
Canvassing in connection with tenders is strictly prohibited and the tenders
submitted by the tenderers who resort to canvassing will be liable for rejection.
11.
All rates shall be quoted on the proper form of the tender alone. Quoted rates and
units different from prescribed in the tender schedule will be liable for rejection.
12.
Special care should be taken to write the rates in figure as well as in words. The total
amount should be written both in figures and in words. In case of figures, the words
„Rs.‟ Should be written before the figure of rupees and words „p‟ after the decimal
figures, e.g. Rs. 2.15 “P” and in case of words, the word „Rupee‟ should precede and
the word „Paise‟ should be written at the end , unless the rate is in whole rupee and
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followed by the words „only‟ should be written closely following the amount and it
should not be written in the next line. However, if a discrepancy is found.
i)
the rates which correspond with the amount worked out by the tenderer shell
unless otherwise proved be taken as correct. (OR)
ii)
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 rate quoted
by the tenderer in words shall be taken as correctly.(OR)
iii)
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 prove be taken as correct and not the amount.
13.
All corrections such as cuttings, interpolations, omissions and over-writings shall be
number as „c‟,‟I‟,‟o‟ and „ow‟ and initialed and total of such c,i,o and ow on each page
certified at the end of the bill/schedule of quantities.
14.
Sales tax, work contract tax, Value added tax or any other tax, any royalties, duties,
levies, service Tax, cess, entry tax, Octroi, profession tax, sales Tax, turnover tax, or
any other tax on material or finished work in respect of this contract shall be payable
by the tenderer and the employer will not entertain any claim whatsoever in respect of
the same, and nothing extra shall be paid/reimbursed for the same subsequently.
15.
The tenderer shall give a list of his relatives, if any, working with the employer along
with their designations and addresses.
16.
No employee of the employer is allowed to work as a tenderer for a period of two years
of his/ her retirement from the employer service, without the previous permission of the
employer. This contract is liable to be cancelled if either the tenderer 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 tenderer‟s service.
17.
The tender for the work shall remain open for acceptance for a period of 90 days from
the date of opening of tender. if ant tenderer withdraws his tender before the said
period or makes any modifications in terms and conditions of the tender that are not
acceptable to the employer ,than the employer shall ,without prejudice to any other
right or remedy, be at liberty to forfeit full value of the earnest one as aforesaid.
18.
The tender for the work shall not be witnessed by a tenderer or contractor who him
selves/themselves has/have tendered or who may and had /have tendered for the same
work. Failure to observe this condition would render tenders of contractors tendering as
well as witnessing the tender liable to summary rejection.
19.
It will be obligatory on the part of the tenderer to tender and sign the tendered
document for the entire component part, all pages and that, after work is awarded,
he/they will have to enter into an agreement for each component with the component
authority of the employer.
20.
Further the tenderer shall agree that until a formal agreement on stamp paper is
prepared and signed, this tender shall constitute a binding contract between the
tenderer and employer.
21.
Tenderer apart for being component contractor must associate himself with agencies of
appropriate class who are eligible to tender for the other related works like electrical airconditioning connected directly or indirectly with the contract and employed by the
employer.
22.
Tenderers are advised to inspect and examine the site and its surroundings and satisfy
themselves before submitting heir tender as to the nature of site and dimensions, the
means to access the site, and obtain all necessary information as to risk contingencies
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and other circumstances that which may influence or affect their tender. A tender shall
be deemed to have full knowledge of site whether he inspect it or not and no extra
charges consequent on any misunderstanding or otherwise shall be allowed. Submission
of tender by a tenderer implies that he has read the notice and all the contract
document and has made aware himself of the scope and the specifications of the work
to be done and local conditions and the factor bearing on execution of the work.
23.
On acceptance of the tender, the name of the accredited representative(s) of the
contractor who would be responsible for taking instructions from the employer shall be
communicated to the employer.
24.
All the contents of the tender document shall form a part of the contract document. The
successful tenderer/contractor, on acceptance of his tender by the accepting authority,
shall within 7 days from the day of acceptance, sign on stamp paper the contract
consisting of:(a)
Standard form of agreement on stamp paper.
(b)
Notice inviting tender, all the components and documents including tender
drawings, if any forming the tender as issued at the time of invitation of the
tender and acceptance thereof together with any correspondence leading there
to. General conditions, schedules leading to technical specifications, special
conditions, tender drawings, technical brochures in schedules submitted by the
tenderer etc.
(c)
Price Bid /schedule of quantities with rates.
For on behalf of the employer
Signature of the tenderer.
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(II) TENDER – OFFER
I/We have read and examined the Notice Inviting Tender, General Rules and Instructions,
General Conditions of Contract, Specifications, Schedule of quantities, drawings and all other
documents referred to in the conditions of contract and all other contents in the tender
documents for the work.
I/We hereby tender for the execution of the work specified for the employer within the time
specified at the rates specified in the schedule of quantities and in accordance in all respects
with the specifications, designs drawings and instructions in writing referred to in the General
Rules and Instructions, General Conditions of Contract and in all respects in accordance with,
such conditions so far as applicable.
I/we agree to keep the tender open for ninety days from the due date of submission thereof
and not to make any modifications in its terms and conditions. A sum of Rs.-----…………… is
hereby forwarded as earnest money in form of Demand Draft of …………………
(Name of the
issuing Schedule Bank) bearing no. …………… and date ……………
In the event of my / our failure to commence the work on the specified date after award I/We
agree that the Bank shall without prejudice to any other right or remedy, be at liberty to forfeit
the said earnest money absolutely otherwise the said earnest money shall be retained by it
towards security deposit to execute all the works referred to in the tender documents upon
the terms and conditions contained or referred to therein.
I/We agree that should I/We fail to deposit the full amount of initial security deposit and /or
fail to commence the works specified in the above memorandum, an amount equal to the
amount of the earnest money shall be absolutely forfeited to the Employer and the same
may at the option of the Employer without prejudice to any other right or remedy available
in law.
I/We hereby declare that I/We 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 presons other than a preson to whom I/We am /are
authorized to communicate the same or use the information in any manner prejudiced to the
safety of the State / the Employer.
I/We fully understand
receive.
that you are not bound to accept the lowest or any tender you may
I/We agree that until a formal agreement on stamp paper is prepared and signed, this tender
with your written acceptance thereof shall constitute a binding contract between us.
Dated the:…………day of 2015
Signature of Tenderer
WITNESS
1.
2.
VASTU SADAN PVT. LTD.
Name & address:
Full Postal Address including
Pin Code No. & Telephone No.
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(III) ACCEPTANCE
The above tender (as modified by us or negotiations as provided in the letters mentioned
hereunder) is accepted by me for and on behalf of the employer for a sum of Rs.
(Rupees )
The letters referred to below shall also from part of this contract agreement:
a)
b)
c)
Dated this
day of 2015
For & on behalf of the employer
Signature:
Designation:
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GENERAL CONDITION OF CONTRACT
Except where provided for in the description of the individual items in the schedule of
quantities and in the specifications and conditions laid down herein after and in the
drawing, the work shall be carried out as per standard specifications and under the
direction of employer / Architect.
1.
DEFINATIONS / INTERPRETATION
i.
The „contract‟ means the document forming the tender and acceptance thereof and
the agreement duly executed between the employer and the contractor, together
with the document referred to therein including those conditions ,the specifications,
schedule of quantities ,tender agreement design drawings and instruction issued
from time to time by the Engineer-in –charge. All the documents taken together
shall be deemed to form one contract and shall be complementary to one another.
ii.
In the contract the following expressions hall unless the context otherwise requires
have the meaning
hereby respectively assigned to them.-
a)
The „tenderer‟ or „supplier‟ or „contractor‟ shall mean the individual kartha, or
manager of the HUF, firm or company, whether incorporated or not, undertaking
the work and shall include the legal heirs/representatives of such individual or
partners composing firms. And theirs legal heirs and successors, or company
authorized and constituted attorney/agents and permitted assignees of such firm
or company.
b)
The employer or bank means any officer of the CORPORATION BANK who is
specifically authorized to enter into contracts in respect of the above works.
c)
The Engineer-in-charge means the senior manager, or officer, /Engineer and/or
site Engineer who shall supervise and be in-charge of the work or any other
authorized representative or person specifically deputed by the employer and / or
the consultant wherever they are employed from time to time by the Employer.
d)
“Engineer-in-charge/consultant /Architect”: this term shall mean any authorized
representatives or person specifically deputed by the Employer wherever they are
employed from time to time by the Employer.
e)
‟Contract price‟ shall mean the final accepted rates in the Price Bid hereto.
f)
„Date of contract means the calendar date on the employer and contractor have
signed the agreement on the stamp paper.
g)
“Accepting Authority “shall mean THE GENERAL MANAGER, Corporation Bank (the
Employer).
h)
„Approval‟ wherever used in specification or schedule of quantity shall mean,
respectively approved by or approval of the „Accepting Authority‟ in writing.
i)
„Appellant Authority shall mean THE GENERAL MANAGER, CORPORATION BANK
(the Employer).who shall also be the authority to consider any extension of time or
compensation as defined in clause hereunder.
j)
„Notice in writing‟ or „Written Notice‟ shall mean a notice in writing typed or printed
characters delivered to or sent by registered post to last known address private or
business address or registered office address, and shall be deemed to have been
received when in ordinary course of post it would have been delivered, and/or
delivered personally, or otherwise proved to have been received.
k)
„Virtual Completion‟ shall mean that the work /installation is complete in all respect
in the opinion of the Employer and for which the completion/ clearance certificate
has been issued by the Engineer-in charge/consultant and the installation is fit for
usage.
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l)
2.
Drawing shall mean all drawing and/or design drawings furnished by the contractor
/ sketches duly signed by the authorized Engineer-in –charge or consultant on
behalf of the employer before commencement or during the progress of the work.
m) „letter acceptance‟ shall mean an intimation by a letter issued by the accepting
authority of the Employer to tender that has been accepted in accordance with the
provision in accordance with the provision in the said latter.
n)
“Defect Liability Period” shall mean the of 12 months from the certified date of the
virtual completion issued by the Consultant/Engineer-in-Charge and accepted by
the employer.
o)
“Schedule of quantities” shall mean the schedule of quantities specified and
forming part of this contract.
p)
“Priced Schedule of Quantities” shall mean the schedule of quantity duly priced
with the accepted quoted rates of the contractor.
q)
“The work” shall mean the work or works to be executed or done under this
contract.
r)
“Act of insolvency” Shall mean any act defined by the presidency Towns insolvency
act or in provincial insolvency Act or any amending statues
SCOPE OF WORK TO BE CARRIED OUT
The work consists of Electrical & Fire Alarm system work at M/s MGF
Automobiles Ltd, No.1,, Faiz Road, Jhandewalan, NEW DELHI in accordance with
the “drawings” and “Schedule of quantities”. It includes furnishing all material, labour,
tools and equipments and management necessary for the incidental to the construction
and completion of the work. All works, during its progress and upon completion, shall
confirm to the lines, elevations and grades as show on the drawings furnished by the
employer / architects. Should any detail essential for the efficient completion of the
work to be omitted from the drawings and specifications, it shall be responsibility of
the contractor to inform the employer / architects and to furnish and install such detail
with employer‟s / architect‟s concurrence, so that ,upon completion of the proposed
work , the same will be acceptable and ready for use.
Employer/ Architect may in their absolute discretion issue further drawings and / or
written instructions, details, directions and explanations, which are hereafter
collectively referred to as “The Employer‟s / Architect‟s instructions in regard to:
b)
The variation and modification of the design quality or quantity of works or the
addition or omission or substitution of any work.
c)
Any discrepancy in the drawings or between the schedule of quantities and / or
drawings and / or specification.
d)
The removal from the site of any defective material brought thereon by the
contractor and the substitution of any other material thereof.
e)
The demolition removal and / or re-execution of any work executed by the
contractor/s.
f)
The dismissal from the work of any persons employed thereupon
g)
The opening up for inspection of any work covered up.
h)
The rectification and making good of any defects under clauses hereinafter
mentioned and those arising during maintenance period (retention period)
The Contractor shall forthwith comply and duly execute any work comprised in such
employer / Architect‟s Instructions provided always that verbal instructions, directions
and explanations given to the contractor or his representative upon the works by the
employer / Architects shall, if involving a variation, be confirmed in writing to the
Contractor within seven days. No work, for which rates are not specifically mentioned in
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the priced schedule of quantities, shall be taken up without written permission of the
employer / architect.
Rates of items not mentioned in the priced schedule of quantities shall be fixed by the
employer in consultation with the architects as provided in clause „variation‟.
Regarding all factory made products for which ISI marked products are available, only
products bearing ISI marking shall be used in the work.
TENDERER SHALL VISIT THE SITE
Intending tenderer shall visit the site and make him thoroughly acquainted with the
local site condition. Nature and requirement of the works, facilities of transport
condition effective labour and materials, access and storage for material and removal
of rubbish. The tender shall provide in their tender for cost of carriage, height and
other charges as also for any special difficulties and including police restriction for
transport etc. for proper execution of work as indicated in the drawings. The successful
tenderer will not be entitled to any claim of compensation for difficulties faced or
losses incurred on account of any site condition which existed before the
commencement of the work or which in the opinion of the employer / architects might
be deemed to have reasonably been inferred to be existing before commencement of
work.
4.
TENDERS
The entire set of tender paper issued to the tenderer should be submitted fully priced
also signed on the last page together with initials on every page. Initial / signature will
indicate the acceptance of the tender paper by the tenderer.
The schedule of quantities shall be filled in as follows:i)
The rate column to be legibly filled in ink in both English figures and words.
ii)
Amount column to be filled in for each item and the amount for each subhead as
detailed in the “Schedule of Quantities”.
iii)
All corrections to be initialed.
iv)
The rate column for alternative items shall be filled up.
v)
The “Amount” column for alternative items of which the quantities are not
mentioned shall not be filled up.
vi)
In case of any error / omissions in the quoted rates, the rates given in the tender
marked “Original” shall be taken as correct rates.
No modifications, writing or corrections can be made in the tender papers by the
tenderer but may at his option offer his comments or modifications in a separate sheet
of paper attached to the original tender papers.
The employer reserved the right to reject the lowest or any tender and also to
discharge any or all of the tenders for each section or to split up and distribute any
item of work to any specialist firm or firms, without assigning any reason.
The tenderers should not that tender is strictly on the item rate basis and their
attention is drawn to the fact that the rates for each and every item should be correct,
workable and self-supporting. It called upon by the employer / architects detailed
analysis of any or all the rates shall be submitted. The employer / architect shall not
be bound to recognize the contractor‟s analysis.
The work will be paid for as “measured work” on the base of actual work done and not
as “lump sum” contract.
All items of work described in schedule of quantities are to be deemed and paid as
complete work in all respects and details including preparatory and finishing work
involved, directly related to and reasonably detectable from the drawings,
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specifications and schedule of quantities and no further extra charge will be allowed in
this connection. In the case of lump sum charge in the tender in respect of any item of
works the payments of such items of work will be made for the actual work done on
the basis of lump sum charges as assessed by the employer / architect.
The employer has power to add to, omit from any work as shown in drawings, or
described in specifications or included in schedule of quantities and intimate the same
in writing, but no addition, omission or variation shall be made by the contractor
without authorization from the employer. No variation shall vitiate the contract.
The tenderer shall note that his tender shall remain open for consideration for a period
of 3 months from the date of opening of the tender.
5.
AGREEMENT
The successful contractor required to sign agreement as may be drawn up to suit local
conditions and shall pay for all stamp and legal expenses, incidental thereto.
6.
GOVERNMENT AND LOCAL RULES
The contractor shall confirm to the provisions of all local bye-laws and acts relating to
work and to the regulations etc. of the govt. and the local authorities and of any
company with whose system the structure is proposed to be connected. The contractor
shall give all notices required by said act, rules, regulations and bye-laws etc. and pay
all fees payable to such authority/ authorities for execution of work involved. The cost
if any, shall be deemed to have been included in his quoted rates, taking into account
all liabilities for licenses, fees for footpath encroachment and restoration etc. and shall
indemnify the employer against such liabilities and shall defend all actions arising from
such claim or liabilities.
7.
TAXES AND DUTIES
The tenderer must include in their tender prices quoted for all duties royalties, excise
and sales tax or any other taxes or local charges if applicable. No extra claim on this
account will in any case be entertained.
8.
PROVISIONAL SUM (P.S.)
All provisional sums described in the schedule of quantities as P.S. shall be exclusively
allotted to the purchase of material and not for any handling and fixing to be done by
the contractor. Such cost of handling and fixing with profit (including transport charges
if required) shall be separately included in the contract price as described in the
schedule of quantities. The disposal of the amount cover under this head will be
absolutely at the discretion of the employer. Contractor is to make payments for these
materials to the supplier on certificate or order issued by the employer / architect and
release them through his bills from the employer.
9.
QUANTITIES OF WORK TO BE EXECUTED
The quantities shown in the schedule of quantities are intended to cover the entire
new structure indicated in the drawings but the employers reserves the right to
execute only a part or the whole or any excess thereof without assigning any reason
therefore.
10. OTHER PERSONS ENGAGED BY THE EMPLOYER
The employers reserves the right to execute any part of the work in this contract or
any work which is not included in this contract, by other agency or persons and
contractor shall allow all reasonable facilities and use of his scaffolding for the
execution of such work. The main contractor shall extend all co-operations in this
regard.
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11. EARNEST MONEY, SECURITY DEPOSIT, RETENTION MONEY & TOTAL
SECURITY DEPOSIT
The tenderer will have to deposit an amount of Rs. 44,400/ - in the form of bank
draft drawn in favour of CORPORATION BANK at the time of submission of tender as
an earnest money. The employer is not liable to pay any interest on the earnest
money. The earnest money of the unsuccessful tenderers will be refunded without any
interest soon after the decision to award the work is taken or after the expiry of the
validity period of the tender.
Retention money shall be deducted from progressive running bill @ 8% of the gross
value of each running bill.
The retention amount will be refunded to the contractor 14 days after the end of defect
liability period provided he has satisfactorily carried out all the work and attended to all
defects in accordance with the condition of the contract. No interest is allowed on
retention money.
12. CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE EVERYTHING NECESSARY:
The contractor shall provide everything necessary for the proper execution of works
according to the intent and meaning of the drawings, specifications and Schedule of
Quantities taken together whether the same may or may not be particularly shown or
described therein, provided that the same can reasonably be inferred there from and if
the Contractor finds any discrepancy in the drawings or between the drawings, general
conditions, specifications and Schedule of Quantities, he shall immediately refer the
same in writing to the employer / Architect, whose decisions shall be final and binding.
The contractor shall provide himself for ground and fresh water for carrying out of the
works at his own cost. The employer shall on no account be responsible for the
expenses incurred by the contractor for hired ground or fresh water obtained from
elsewhere.
The rates quoted against individual items will be inclusive of everything necessary to
complete the said items of work within the contemplation of the contract, and beyond
the unit price no extra payment will be allowed for incidental or contingent work, labour
and / or material inclusive of all taxes and duties whatsoever except for specific items. If
any, stipulated in the tender documents.
The Contractor shall supply, fix and maintain at his own cost, during the execution of
any works, all necessary centering, scaffolding, staging, planking, strutting, hoarding,
watching and lighting by bights as well as by day required not only for the proper
executions and protection of the said works, but also for the protection of the public and
the safety of any adjacent roads, streets, walls, houses, building and all other erections,
matters or things. The Contractors shall take down and remove any or all such
centering, scaffolding, staging, planking, strutting, etc., as occasion shall required or
when ordered so to do and shall fully reinstate and make good all the matters and
things disturbed during the execution of the works to the satisfaction of the Employer /
Architects.
The contractor shall also provide such temporary roads on the site as may be necessary
for the proper performance of the contract and for his own convenience but not
otherwise. Upon completion, such roads shall be broken up and leveled where so
requited by the drawings unless the Employer shall otherwise direct.
The contractor shall at all times , give access to workers engaged by the Employer or
any men employed on the buildings , and to provide such parties , sufficient and if
required , special scaffolding hoists and ladders and provide them with water and
lighting and level or make any holes , groves etc. , in any work . Where directed by the
employer or as may be required to enable such workmen to lay or fix pipes . electrical
wiring special fittings etc. The quoted rates of the tenders shall accordingly include all
these above-mentioned contingent works.
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13. TIME OF COMPLETION EXTENSION OF THE PROGRESS CHART
i)
Time of completion: The entire work is to be completed in all respects within the
stipulated period. The work shall deemed to be commence ed within the fourteen days
from the date of acceptance letter or date of handing over of site , whichever is earlier.
Time is the essence of the contract and shall be strictly observed by the contractor.
The work shall not be considered as complete until the employer / architects have
certified in writing that his has been completed and the defect liability period shall
commence from the date of such certificates.
ii) Extension of time: If in the opinion of the employer / Architects the work be delayed
(a) by any exceptionally inclement weather or (b) by reason of instructions from the
employer in consequence of proceedings taken or threatened by or disputes, with
adjoining or neighboring owner or (c) by the workers, or delay of other contractors or
tradesmen engaged or nominated by the employer and not referred to in the
specification or (d) by reason of authorized extra or addition or (e0 by reason of any
combination of workmen or strikes or lock out affecting any of the building trades or (g)
from other causes which the employer may consider are beyond the control of the
contractor, the employer at the completion of the time allowed for the contract, shall
make fair and reasonable extension of time for completion in respect therefore. In the
event of the employer failing to give possession of the site upon the day specified above
the time completion shall be extended suitably.
In case of such strikes or lock-outs, as referred to above, the contractor shall
immediately give the employer, written notice thereof. Nevertheless, the contractor
shall use his best endeavors all that to prevent delay, and shall do all that may be
reasonably required , to the satisfaction of the employer, to proceed with the works
and on his doing so that it will be ground of consideration by the employer for an
extension of time as above provided. The decision of the employer as to the period to
be allowed for an extension of time for completion hereunder (which decision shall be
final and binding on the contractor) shall be promulgated at the conclusion of such
strike or lock-out and the employer shall then, in the event of an extension being
granted, determined and declare the final completion date. The provision in clause 15
with respect to payment of liquidated damages shall , in such case, be made an
construed as if the extended date fixed by the employer were substituted for and the
damage shall be deducted accordingly.
iii) Progress of Work: During the period of construction the contractor shall maintain
proportionate progress on the basis of a program chart submitted by the contractor
immediately before commencement of work and agreed to by the employer /
architects. Contractor should also include planning for procurement of scarce material
well in advance and reflect the same in the program chart so that there is no delay in
completion of the project.
14. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES
Should the work not be completed to the satisfaction of the employer / architect within
the stipulated period, the contractor shall be bound to pay to the employer a sum
calculated as given below by way of liquidated damages and not as penalty during
which the wok remains uncommented or unfurnished after the expiry of the
completion date.
a) For contracts having time for
1% of the estimated amount shown in
Completion 4 month or less
the tender per week subject to a ceiling of
10% of the accepted contracted sum
15. NOTICE AND PATENT OF APPROPRIATE AUTHORITY AND OWNERS
The contractor shall confirm to the provision of any acts of legislature relating to the
work and to the regulations and bye-laws of any authorities and / or any water,
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lighting and other companies, and / or authorities with whose systems the structures
were proposed to have connection and shall before making any variations from the
drawings or specification that may be associated to so confirm, give the employer /
architect written notices for making them and apply for instruction thereon. The
employer / architect on receipt of such intimation shall give a decision within the
reasonable time.
The contractor shall arrange to give notice required for by the said acts, regulations or
bye-laws to be given to any authority and to pay to such authority or to any public
officer fees that may be properly chargeable in respect of the work and lodge the
receipt with the employer.
The contractor shall indemnify the employer against the claims in respect of patent
rights, royalties, damages to the buildings, roads or member of public in course of
execution of work and shall defend actions arising from such claims and shall keep the
employer saved harmless and indemnified in all respects from such actions costs and
expenses.
CLEARING SITE AND SETTING OUT WORKS
The site shown on the plan shall be cleared of obstructions, loose stone and materials,
rubbish of all kinds. All holes and hollows whether originally existing or produced by
removal or loose stone or material shall be carefully filled up with earth well rammed
and leveled off as directed at his own cost.
The Contractor shall set out the works and shall be responsible for the true and perfect
setting out of the same and for the correctness of the positions, levels, dimensions,
and alignment of all parts thereof. If at any time any error shall appear during the
progress or on completion of any part of the work, the Contractor shall at his own
expenses rectify such error, if called upon to do so the satisfaction of the Architect and
the Employer. The contractor shall further set out the works to the alternative
positions at the site until one is finally approved and the rates quoted in his tender
should include for this and no extra on this account will be entertained.
DATUM
The average ground level will be considered as the crown of the nearest road which
should be taken as “Datum” which is however subject to final confirmation by the
employer / architect. All levels shown in the drawings are to be strictly adhered to.
CONTRACTOR IMMEDIATELY TO REMOVE ALL OFFENSES
All soil filth or other material of offensive nature taken out of any trench, sewer, drain,
cesspool or other places shall not be deposited on the surface but shall be at once
carted away by the contractor to place provided by him.
The contractor shall keep the foundation and works free from water and shall provide
and maintain at his own expenses electrically or other power driven pumps and other
plant to the satisfaction of the employer for the purpose unit the building is handed
over to the employer. The contractor shall arrange for the disposal of the water so
accumulated to the satisfaction of the employer and local includes in his rates for the
purpose.
ACCESS
Any authorised representative of the employer shall at all reasonable times have free
access to the works and/or to the workshops, factories or other places where
item/items of work are being prepared or manufactured for the contract and also to
any place where the materials are lying or from which they are being obtained. The
Contractor shall give every facility to the Architect, Owner and their representative for
the inspection and examination and test of the materials and workmanship. Except the
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representative of employer no person, shall be allowed at any time without permission
of the employer.
20. MATERIAL, WORKMANSHIP, SAMPLES, TESTING OF MATERIALS
All the works specified and provided for in the specification or which may be required
to be done in order to perform and complete any part thereof shall be executed in the
best and most workman like manner with materials of best and approved quality of the
respective kinds in accordance with the particular contained in the implied by the
specifications and as represented by the drawings or accordance to such other
additional particulars and instruction as from time to time be given by the employer /
architect during the execution of the work , and to his entire satisfaction.
If required by the employer / architect the contractor shall have to carry out test on
materials and workmanship in approved material testing laboratories or as prescribed
by the employer / architect at his own cost to rove that the materials etc. under test
confirm to the relevant IS standards or as specified in the specifications. The
necessary charges for preparation of mould ( in case of concrete cube) transporting,
testing etc. shall have to be done by the contractor. No extra payment on this account
should in any case be entertained.
All the material (except where otherwise described) store and equipment required for
the full performance of the work under the contract must be provided through normal
channel and must include charge for import duties, sales tax, octroi and other charges
and must be the best of their kind available and the contractor/s must be entirely
responsible for the proper and efficient carrying out of the work. The work must be
done in the best workman like manner. Samples of all materials to be used must be
submitted to the employer / architect when so directed by the engineer / architect.
21. REMOVAL OF IMPROPER WORK :
The employer shall, during the progress of the works, have power to order in writing
from time to time the removal from the works, within such reasonable time/times, as
may be specified in the order, of any materials which in the opinion of the employer
/architect are not in accordance, with the specifications or instructions, and the
substitution of proper materials and proper re-execution of any work, executed with
materials or workmanship, not in accordance with the drawings and specifications or
instructions. In case contractor refuse to comply with the orders, the employer shall
have the power to employ and pay other agencies to carry out the work and all
expenses consequent thereon or incidental thereto as certified by the employer /
architect shall be borne by the Contractor, or may be deducted from any money due to
or may become due to the Contractor. No certificate which may be given by the
architect shall relieve the contractor from his liability in respect of unsound work or
bad material.
22. SITE ENGINEER
The term “Site Engineer” shall mean the person appointed and paid by the Employer
superintend the work . The contractor shall afford the Site Engineer every facility and
assistance for examining the works and materials and foe checking and measuring
work and materials. The Site Engineer shall have no power to revoke , alter , enlarge
or relax any requirements of the contractor or to sanction any day work , additions ,
alterations , deviations or omissions or any extra work whatever, except in so far as
such authority may be specially conferred by a written order of the employer .
The Site Engineer shall have power to give notice to the contractor or to his foreman ,
of non-approval of any work or materials and such work shall be suspended of the use
of such materials shall be discontinued until the decision of the Employer is obtained .
The Architects, from time to time, will examine the work . Engineer from the premises
Department of the Employer and the Site Engineer. But such examination shall not in
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any way exonerate the contractor from the obligation to remedy any defects, which
may be found to exist at any stage of the work or after the same is complete
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Subject to the limitation of this clause the contractor shall taken instructions only from
the Architects / Employer.
23. CONTRACTOR’S EMPLOYERS
The contractor shall employ technically qualified and competent supervisors for the
work who shall be availably ( by turn ) throughout the working hours to received and
comply with instructions of the Employer / Architects . The contractor shall engage at
least one experienced Engineer as site-in-charge for execution of the work . The
contractor shall employ in connection with the work arsons having the appropriate skill
or perform their job efficiently .
The contractor shall employ local labourers on the work as far as possible. No labourer
below the age of sixteen years and who is not an Indian National shall be employed on
the work.
Any labourer supplied by the contractor to be engaged on the work on day-work
basis either wholly on partly under the direct order or control of the employer or his
representative shall be deemed to be a person employed by the contractor.
The contractor shall comply with the provisions of all labour legislation including the
requirements of .
a) Employer‟s Liability Act.
b) Workman‟s Compensation Act .
c) Contract Labour ( Regulation & Abolition ) Act, 1970 and Central Rules 1971
d) Apprentices Act 1961
e) Any other Act or enactment relating thereto and rules framed hereunder from time
to time.
The contractor shall keep the Employer saved harmless and indemnified against
claims if any of the workmen and an costs and expenses as may be incurred by the
Employer in connection with any claim that may be made by any workmen .
The contractor shall comply at MS own cost the order of requirement of any Health
Officer of the State or any local authority or of the Employer regarding the
maintenance of proper environmental sanitation of the area where the contractor‟s
labourers are housed or accommodated , for the prevention of small pox. Cholera ,
plague , typhoid , maintain and keep in good sanitary conditions adequate sanitary
accommodation and provide facilities for pure drinking water at all times for the use
of men engaged on the works and shall remove and clear away the same in
completion of the works . Adequate precautions shall be taken by the contractor to
prevent nuisance of and kind on the works or the lands adjoining the same .
The contractor shall arrange to provide first aid treatment to the labourers engaged
on the works He shall within 24 hours of the occurrence of any accident at or about
the site or in connection with execution of the works , report such accident to the
Employer and to the competent authority where such report is required by law .
24. DISMISSAL OF WORKMEN :
The contractor shall on the request of the employer immediately dismiss from the
works any person employed thereon who may, in the opinion of the employer, is
unsuitable or incompetent or who may misconduct himself, and such person shall not
again be employed or allowed on the works without the permission of the employer.
The employer shall not enter into correspondence for stating the reasons for dismissal
of such workmen. Such discharge shall not be the basis of any claim for compensation
or damages against the employer or any of their officer or employee.
25. ASSIGNMENT
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The whole works included in the contract shall be executed by the contractor and the
contractor shall not directly or indirectly transfer, assign or underlet the contract or
any part share thereof or interest therein, nor shall take a new partner, without the
written consent of the employer and no subletting shall relieve the contractor from the
full and entire responsibility of the contract or from active superintendence of the
works during their progress.
26. DAMAGE TO PERSONS AND PROPERTY INSURANCE ETC.
The contractor shall be responsible for all injury to persons, property or things and for
all structural and decorative damage to property which may arise from operation or
neglect or default of himself or of any Sub--Contractor or of any of his or a SubContractor‟s employees, whether such injury or damage may arise from carelessness,
accident or any other cause whatever in any way connected with the carrying out of
this contract. This clause shall be held to include, interlace any damage to buildings,
whether immediately adjacent or otherwise, any damage to roads, streets, footpaths,
bridges, or ways as well as damages caused to the buildings and works forming the
subject of this contract by rain, wind or other inclemency of the weather. The
Contractor shall indemnify the Employer and hold him harmless in respect of all, and
any expenses arising from any such injury or damage to persons or property as
aforesaid and also in respect of any claim made in respect of injury or damage under
any acts of Governments or otherwise, and also in respect of any award of
compensation or damages consequent upon such claim.
The Contractor shall reinstate all damages of every sort mentioned in this clause, so as
to deliver up the whole of the Contract works complete and perfect in every respect
and so as to make good or otherwise satisfy all claims for damage to the property or
third parties.
The contractor shall effect the insurance necessary and indemnify the employer
entirely from all responsibility in this respect. The insurance must be placed with a
company approved by the employer and must be effected jointly in the names of the
contractor and the employer and the policy lodged with the latter. The scope of
insurance is to include damage or loss to the contract itself till this is made over in a
complete state. Insurance is compulsory and must be effected from initial stage. The
contractor shall be responsible for anything, which may be excluded from the
Insurance Policies above referred to, and also for all other damages to any property
arising out of and incidental to the negligent or defective carrying out of this contract.
The employer shall be at liberty and is hereby empowered to deduct the amount of
any damages, compensations, costs charges and expenses arising or occurring from or
in respect of any such claims or damages from any sums due or to become due to the
Contractor.
27. INSURANCE
Unless otherwise instructed the contractor shall insure the work and keep them
insured until the virtual completion of the contract against loose or damage by fire and
/ or earthquake , flood. The insurance must be placed with a company approved by
the employer, in the joint names of the employer and the contractor for such amount
and for any further sum if called to do so by the employer, the premium of such
further sum being allowed to the contractor as an authorized extra.
The contractor shall deposit the policy and receipts for the premiums with the
employer within 10 days from the date of signing the Contract. In default of the
Contractor insuring as provided above, the employer on his behalf may so insure and
may deduct the premiums paid from any money due or which may become due to the
contractor. The Contractor shall as soon as the claim under the policy is settled, or the
work reinstated by the In Insurance office, should they elect to do so proceed with all
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due diligence with the completion of the works in the same manner as though the fire
had not occurred and in all respects under the same conditions of contract. The
contractor in case, of rebuilding or reinstatement after fire, shall be entitled to such
extension of time for completion as the employer may deem fit.
ACCOUNTS RECIEPTS AND VOUCHERS
The contractor shall, upon the request of the employer furnish them with invoices,
accounts, receipts and other vouchers that they may required in connection with the
work under this contract. If the contractor shall use materials less than what he is
required under the contract the value of the difference in the quantity of the material
he was required to use and that he actually used shall be deducted from his dues.
The decision of the employer shall be final and binding on the contractor as to the
amount of the material is required to use for any work in this contract.
MEASUREMENT
Before taking any measurement of any work the site engineer or a subordinate
deputed by him shall give reasonable notice to the contractor. If the contractor fails to
attend at the measurement after such notice or fails to countersign or to record the
difference within a week from the date of measurement in the manner required by the
site engineer then in any such event the measurement taken by the site engineer or
by the subordinate deputed by him as the case may be is final and binding on the
contractor and the contractor shall have no right to dispute the same.
PAYMENTS
The bills of the Contractor‟s shall be submitted to the Architects which in turn shall
duly forward the same certifying the correctness thereof along with all the relevant
records to the employer with in a week of the receipt of bills and other records from
the Architects subject to deduction of applicable taxes, advances, security deposits
etc. or such other sums as may be agreed or provided for under the Contract
All the interim payments shall be regarded as payments by way of advance against the
final payments for work actually done and completed , and shall not preclude the
requiring of bad , unsound , and imperfect or unskilled work to be removed and taken
any and reconstructed , or recreated or be considered as an admission of the
performance of the contract , or may part thereof in any respect or the accruing of any
claim , nor shall it conclude determine or affect in any way the power of the Employer
under these conditions or any of them as to the final settlement and adjustment of the
accounts or otherwise or in any other way vary or affect the contract .
Final payment: - The final bill shall be accompanied by a certificate of completion from
that employer/ Architect. Payments of final bill shall be made after deduction of
retention money as specified in clause 11 of these conditions, which same shall be
refunded after the completion of the defect liability period after receiving the
employer‟s / architects certificates that the contractor has rectified all defect to the
satisfaction of the employer / architect. The acceptance of payment of the final bill the
contractor would indicate that he will have no further claim in respect of the work
executed.
VARIATION / DEVIATION
The price of all such additional items/ non tendered items will be worked out on the
basis of rates quoted for similar items in the contract wherever existing or on
engineering rate analysis based on prevalent fair price of labour, material and other
components as required. The tender rates shall hold good for any increase or decrease
in the tendered quantities up to variations of 25%. For variation beyond ± 25% the
rate for the respective items may be reviewed on mutually agreed terms.
SUBSTITUTION
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Should the contractor desire to substitute any material and workmanship, he / they
must obtain the approval of the employer / architect in writing for any such
substitution well in advance. Material designated in this specification indefinitely by
such terms as “Equal” or other approved etc. specific approval of the employer /
architect has been obtained in writing.
PREPARATION OF BUILDING WORKS FOR OCCUPATION & USE ON
COMPLETION
The whole of the work will be thoroughly inspected by the contractor and deficiencies
and defects put right on completion of such inspection the contractor shall inform the
Employer that he has completed the work and it is ready for inspection .
On completion the contractor shall clean windows, and doors including oiling if
necessary , of all hardware., inside and outside , stair – case , and every part of the
building . He will leave the entire building neat and clean and ready for immediate
occupation and total satisfaction of the Bank.
CLEARING SITE ON COMPLETION
On completion of the works the contractor shall clear away and remove from the site
construction plant, surplus material, rubbish and temporary works of every kind and
leave the whole of the site and the works clean and in a workmanlike condition to the
satisfaction of the employer / architect.
DEFECTED AFTER COMPLETION
The contractor shall make good at his own cost and to the satisfaction of the Employer
all defects, shrinkage, settlements or other faults which may appear within 13
months after completion of the work . In default the Employer may employ and pay
other persons to amend and make good such damages , losses and expenses
consequent thereon or incidental there to shall be made good and borne by the
contractor and such damages , loss and expenses shall recoverable from him by the
employer or may be deducted by the employer , in lieu of such amending and making
good by the contractor deduct from any money die to the contractor a sum equivalent
to the cost of amending such work and in the event of the amount retained being
insufficient , recover that balance from the contractor from the amount retained under
clause No. 12 together with any expenses the Employer any have incurred in
connection therewith .
CONCEALED WORK
The contractor shall give due notice to the employer / architects whenever any work is
to be buried in the earth, concrete or in the bodies of walls or otherwise becoming
inaccessible later on , in order that the work may be inspected and correct dimensions
taken before such burial , in default whereof the same shall at ht opinion of the
employer / architect be either opened up for measurement at the contractor‟s
expanses or no payment may be made for such materials . Should any dispute or
differences arise after the execution of any work as to measurements etc. or other
matters which cannot be conveniently tested or checked , the notes of the Employer /
Architects shall be a accepted as correct and binding on the contractor .
ESCALATION
The rate quoted shall be firm throughout the tenure of the contract (including
extension of time, if any, granted) and will not be subject to any fluctuation due to
increase in cost of material, labour, sales tax, octroi etc. unless specially provided in
these documents.
The price variation clause being adopted by the RBI may be followed, if such a
situation arises on a case basis.
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38. IDLE LABOUR
Whatever the mesons may be, no claim for idle labour, additional establishment cost
of hire and labour charges of tools and plants would be entertained under any
circumstances.
39. SUSPENSION
If the Contractor, except on account of any legal restraint upon the employer
preventing the continuance of the works, or in the opinion of the employer, shall
neglect or fail to proceed with due diligence in the performance of his part of the
Contract or if he shall more than once make default, the employer shall have the
power to give notice in writing to the Contractor requiring that the works be proceeded
within a reasonable manner, and with reasonable dispatch, such notice shall not be
unreasonably given and must signify that it purports to be a notice under the
provisions of this clause and must specify the acts or defaults on the part of the
Contractor upon which it is based.
After such notice shall have been given to the contractor shall not be at liberty to
remove the site of works or from any ground continuous thereto any plant and
materials to subset from date of such notice being given until the notice shall have
been complied with. If the contractor shall fail for 7 (seven) days after such notice has
been given to proceed with the works as therein prescribed, the employer may
proceed as provided in clause 40 (Termination of contract by employer).
40. TERMINATION OF CONTRACT BY EMPLOYER
If the contractor being a company going in to liquidation whether voluntary or
compulsory or being a firm shall be dissolved or being an individual shall be
adjudicated insolvent or shall make an assignment or a composition for the benefit of
the greater part, in number of amount of his creditors or shall enter in to a deed or
arrangement with his creditors, or if the Official Assignee in insolvency, or the receiver
of the contractor in insolvency, shall repudiate the contract or if a Receiver of the
contractor‟s firm appointed by the court shall be unable, within the fourteen days after
notice to him requiring him to do so, to show to the reasonable satisfaction of the
employer that be is able to carry out and fulfill the contractor and if so required by the
contractor to give reasonable security therefore, or if the contractor shall suffer
execution to be issued, or shall suffer any payment under this contract to be attached
by or on behalf of and of the creditors of the contractor, or shall assign, charge or
encumber this contract or any payment due or which may become due to the
contractor, there under, or shall neglect or fail to observe and perform an or any of the
acts matters of things by this contract to be observed and performed by the contractor
within three clear days after the notice shall have been given to the contractor in
manner hereinafter mentioned requiring the contractor to observe or perform the
same or shall use improper materials or workmanship in carrying on to the works, or
shall in the opinion of the employer not exercise such due diligence and make such
due progress as would enable the work to be completed within due time agreed upon,
and shall fail to proceed to the satisfaction of the of the employer after three clear
days notice requiring the contractor so to do shall have been given to the contractor as
hereinafter mentioned, or shall abandon the contract then and in any of the said
cases, the employer may not with standing previous waiver determine the contract by
notice in writing to the effect as hereinafter mentioned, but without thereby effecting
the powers of the employer of the obligations and liabilities of the contractor the whole
which shall continue in force as fully as if the contract had not been so determined and
as if the works subsequently executed had been executed by or on behalf of the
contractor ( without thereby creating trust in favour of contractor) further the
employer or his agent or servants, may enter upon and take possession of the work
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and all plants, tools, scaffolding, shed , machinery, steam and other power, utensils
and material lying upon premises or the adjoining lands or roads of sell the same as
MS own property or may employ the same by mesa of his own servants and workman
in carrying on and completing the work or by employing any other contractor or other
persons or person to complete the work, the contractor shall not in any way interrupt
or do any act matter of thing to prevent or hinder such other contractors or other
persons or person employed from completing and finishing or using the material or
plants for the works when the works shall be completed, or as soon thereafter as
conveniently may be the employer shall give notice in writing to the contractor to
remove MS surplus material and plants, and should the contractor fail to do so within
14 days after receipt by him the employer may sell the same by public auction and
shall give credit to the contractor for the amount to so released. Any expenses or
losses incurred by the employer in getting the works carried out by the other
contractor shall be adjusted against the amount payable to the contractor by way of
selling his tools or plants or due on account of work carried out by the contractor prier
to engaging other contractor or against the security deposit.
41. ARBITRATION
In the event of any dispute or difference whatsoever arising between the parties out of
or pertaining to any Clause of this Contract including any question relating to meaning
and interpretation of this contract or any alleged breach thereof, except those the
decisions whereof have been specifically provided in the Contract, the same shall be
settled as far as possible by mutual discussions and consultations between the parties.
In case of failure to resolve the difference/dispute in the above manner, the same shall
be referred to the sole arbitration of any person appointed by mutual consultation of
employer and contractor, who shall be presently unconnected with the organization for
which the work is executed.
The Arbitrator shall give a separate award in respect of each dispute or difference
referred to him.
The Arbitrator shall decide each dispute I accordance with the terms of the contract
and give a reasoned award. The venue of the Arbitrator shall be such place as may be
fixed by the arbitrator in the sole discretion.
The fees, if any of the arbitrator shall if required to be paid before the award is made
and publishing, be paid half by each of the parties. The cost of the reference and of
the award including the fees if any, of the arbitrator who may direct to and by whom
and in what manner, such code or any part thereof shall be paid and may fix or settle
and amount of costs to be so paid.
The award pf the Arbitrator shall be final and binding on both the parties.
Subject to aforesaid the provision of the arbitration act 1940 or any statutory
modification or re-enactment thereof and the rules made there under, and for the time
being in force, shall apply to the arbitrator proceeding under this clause.
The employer and the contractor hereby also agree that arbitration under clause shall
be a condition precedent to any right and action under the contract with regard to the
matters hereby expressly agreed to be so referred to arbitration.
42. ELECTRICAL POWER, WATER AND TOILET FACILITIES: The electrical power
required for the works shall be supplied at one single point in the floor free of cost and
the contractor shall make his arrangements to draw the same to the required work
spots. The contractor shall engage a licenced electrician to carryout and maintain his
electrical system. In case of power failure the contractor at his own cost, has to make
his own arrangements by hiring or installing the DG set. The employer shall not
entertain any charges for engaging the DG. The work shall not be stopped on account
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44.
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of power failure. Further, no extension of time shall be permissible on account of the
failure.
Common toilet facility is available at the work site and the contractor shall maintain
the same hygienically clean.
PURCHASE VALUE OF OLD ITEMS, IF ANY: The tender has to quote the purchase
value for the buyback offer, after inspecting the items at the branch. The quoted price
for buyback offer for old items shall not be less than the Bank‟s reserve price fixed. In
case the quoted price for buyback offer is less than the bank‟s reserve price, the
tenders are liable to be rejected.
TENDERED VALUE: The lowest tendered value shall be the total of all the items
including the buyback items.
The work should be carried out with full co-ordination / co-operation of occupants
without damaging any permanent structures or furniture belonging to them. If any
damage occurs, the cost of same will have to be reimbursed by the contractor
The work shall be carried out without affecting the branch functioning. The working
hours to carry out the interior work extend beyond the normal working hours.
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FORM OF AGREEMENT
This agreement made the …………………………………day of month of ………………………in the year
2015 BETWEEN Corporation Bank a body corporate constituted under the Banking Companies
(acquisition and Transfer of undertaking Act, 1970,having its Circle office at 10th floor,
Hindustan Times House, K.G. Marg, New Delhi represented by its duly constituted attorney
(hereinafter referred to as the Employer/ Bank)on the ONE PART; and
Shri___________________________________
S/D/o__________________________________
Resident
of__________________________________________ The sole proprietor of
M/s
_________________________________________ having office
at
the following
address_________________________________________________________________
M/s_________________________ the partnership firm having an administrative/principal
office at ________________________ represented by its managing/duly authorized
partner.
M/s ______________________________ Company /body corporate incorporated under
the provisions of the companies act 1956 having its registered office at the following
address .
_______________________,duly represented at _______________________ duly
represented
by
its
Constituted
and
authorized
Managing
Director,
Shri
_________________and
(hereinafter
called
the contractor which term shall also
be called the supplier or The contractor) on the other part
WHEREAS THE Employer/ Bank is
desirous
that
contain
interior
and
furnishing
work should be executed
as
detailed
in
the
notice
inviting
tender
for
their _______________________________________________ and
called for invitation to tender and the tender dated……………………………..2015 furnished by the
contractor for execution of such works has been accepted by the employer on the terms and
conditions as set out there in and interalia others.
NOW THIS AGREEMENT WITNESSETH as follow
1.
In this agreement words and expressions shall have the same meaning as are
respectively assigned to them in the condition of contract hereinafter referred to.
2.
The following document not inconsistent with these present shall be deemed to form
and be read as construed as a part of this agreement viz;
a) Notice inviting Tender
b) General Rules and Instruction for guidance of tenderers.
c) The Tender, letter of Acceptance, Letter from & to the tenderer, if any, leading to
and prior to acceptance latter.
d) General Condition of contract and clause of contract along with Annexure thereto.
e) Tender drawings, Approved makes.
Note: *Strike of whichever is not applicable]
f) Schedule of quantities with specification including Prices and tendered amount.
3.
In consideration of the payments to be made by the Employer to the contractor, the
contractor hereby covenants and agrees with the Employer to execute and complete
the works in conformity in all respect as per the Para (2) above and as per the
aforesaid documents which shall form part of this agreement.
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In witness whereof the parties hereto have hereunto set their respective hands and
seals the day and year first above written.
Signed
sealed
and
delivered
by
the
said
Contractor,
___________________________________
_______________________To
the
employer ____________________________in the presence of:
Signature of contractor (with seal)
Signature of Authorized representative
Of the Employer /Accepting Authority.
Witness (signature, name & address)
1).
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APPENDIX OF CONDITION
1.
Name of work
:
Proposed electrical & Fire Alarm system work at
M/s MGF Automobiles Ltd, No.1, Faiz Road,
Jhandewalan, New Delhi.,
2
Completion Period
:
60 Days
3.
Estimated cost
:
Rs. 44.40 Lakhs
4.
Earnest Money
:
Rs. 44,400/- (Rs. Forty Four Thousand Four
Hundred only)
5.
Initial security deposit
:
The amount of ISD shall be 2% of the accepted
value of the tender including EMD.
6.
Value of works for Interim
Certificates
:
Value not less than Rs. 25 lakhs (Twenty Five
Lakhs only) or as decided by the Bank.
7.
Retention money to be deducted
from the bills
:
8% of the certified gross value of each running
bill
8.
Defect
bill
Liability period
:
12 months from the date of Certification of final
9.
Payment after virtual completion
:
50% of total security deposit will be returned
after (i) issue of virtual completion certificate
by the project architect. (ii) contractor‟s
removal of his material, equipments, cleaning
of site and against Bank Guarantee. Balance
50% of retention money shall be released 14
days after satisfactory completion of defect
liability period.
10. Client/Owner
:
Corporation Bank Zonal office, New Delhi
11. Architect
:
M/s VASTU SADAN PVT. LTD.
122 A/ 12 , G.F. Gautam Nagar, New Delhi -49
12. Arbitration Zone
:
New Delhi
13. Liquidated zone
:
1% of the estimated amount per week Subject
to ceiling of 10% of accepted contracted Sum
14. Mobilization advance
:
NIL
15. Escalation
:
NIL
The condition of document attached shall be superseding the above detail of contradiction.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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SPECIFICATIONS
FOR
ELECTRICAL
WORKS
SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
1.
COMPLETENESS OF TENDER :All sundry fittings, assemblies, accessories, hardware items, foundation bolts,
termination lugs for electrical connections as required, and all other sundry items
which are useful and necessary for proper assembly and efficient working of the
various components of the work shall be deemed to have been included in the tender,
whether such items are specifically mentioned in the tender documents or not.
2.
RATES: The rates tendered shall be for complete items of work inclusive of Cost of material,
erection, connection, testing, labour, supervision, tool & plants, storage,
contingencies, breakage, wastage, execution at any level & height, all taxes (including
works contract tax, if any), duties, and levies etc. and all charges for items contingent
to the work, such as, packing, forwarding, insurance, freight and delivery at site for
the materials to be supplied by the contractor.
3.
WORKS TO BE DONE BY THE CONTRACTOR :The scope of internal and external electrification under this contract shall include the
design, engineering, manufacture, assembly, testing, delivery, erection and
commissioning of electrical system including supply of all material, labour, T&P etc for
followings –
o
Main Switches, Main L T Panels, meter board and external cable connection.
o
11 KV HT Panel.
o
11 KV / 0.433 KV Transformers.
o
D. G. Sets with fuel tank, piping, fuel pump, exhaust piping with lagging and
supports, cooling system complete.
o
Sub and branch distribution boards, MCB‟s and RCCB‟s etc.
o
Mains and Sub mains between various panels, meter boards and distribution
boards.
o
Point wiring with Conduits for all type of wiring including circuits, sub mains,
light, fans, power and AC etc.
o
Switches and socket outlets for light, fans, plug, power, Tel, TV, computer
network etc with suitable MS/GI boxes with accessories complete.
o
Earthing and Lightning Protection with earth leads/strips.
o
Conduits and wiring for Telephone, EPABX, TV system, PA system, Music system
and Computer networking, fire alarm, broad band etc.
o
Cables and other allied works.
o
Provision of emergency electrical supply and distribution for complete light, fans
and other specified points are also included in the scope of work. For the purpose
of emergency distribution separate DB‟s shall be installed for Light/fans and fax
machines & staircase lighting at every place, so that these can be separated.
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o
Lighting Fixtures fans and exhaust fans. (If these are supplied by the client, then
the contractor will erect the fixture as required without any extra payment
beyond the contract)
o
External lighting including underground cables and connection with the external
cables and earthing.
o
Feeder pillars with circuit breakers.
o
Underground cables.
All the above work shall be complete in all respects up to the satisfaction of
architect, consultant, Client and Engineer in charge as per the details mentioned
in BOQ and drawings supplied time to time.
Unless and otherwise mentioned in the tender documents the following scope of works
shall be done by the contractor, and therefore their cost shall be deemed to be
included in their tendered cost:
a.
Furnishing of all labour, skilled and unskilled, supervisory and administrative
personnel, erection tools and tackles, testing equipment, implements, supplies,
consumables like welding rods and gas, oil and grease, cleaning fluids, insulating tape,
anti corrosive paints, jute cotton waste etc., and hardware for timely and efficient
execution of the erection work.
b.
Transport vehicles necessary for efficient transportation of equipment from Owner's
stores to site of erection and excess materials back to owner's stores.
c.
Complete assembly, erection and connection, testing and commissioning, putting into
successful and satisfactory commercial operations of above equipment.
d.
The items of work to be performed on all equipment and materials shall include but
not limited to the following:
i.
Receiving, unloading and transportation at site. (To Owner or Contractor's stores and
from their upto actual place of erection).
ii.
Opening, inspecting and reporting all damages and short supply items.
iii.
Arranging to repair and/or re-order all damaged and short supply items.
iv.
Storing at site with suitable all weather protection.
v.
Assemblies, erection and complete Installation.
vi.
Necessary coordination between work done by other Contractors.
vii.
Final check-up, testing and commissioning in presence of Owner's representative.
viii.
Obtaining Owner's written acceptance of satisfactory performance.
4.
INFORMATIONS REQUIRED FROM CONTRACTOR
i.
Typical GA drawing of all equipment to be supplied and disposition of various fittings
and loading.
ii.
All Annexures of this specification duly filled in and signed by the contractor.
iii.
Catalogue of all equipment and components explaining construction features.
iv.
Transportation/shipping dimensions and weights, space required for handling parts for
maintenance.
v.
Type test certificates for all equipment on similar type of equipment.
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vi.
Final Single line diagram complete with cable sizes etc.
vii.
Bill of Materials, Control & schematic line diagram for meter & relay panel, terminal
connection/Master Terminal box diagram, wiring diagram with physical location of
components for all equipment.
viii.
Detailed cabling layout showing cable trench / tray layout, earthing layout.
ix.
Detailed lighting layout showing position of fixtures / type of fixtures, circuiting and
route of wires / cables / fixing details, DB details.
x.
Protection relay settings.
xi.
Cable schedule & interconnection chart.
xii.
Foundation details and plan, loading details for all equipment.
xiii.
Test certificates.
xiv.
Instruction manuals of all major equipment.
xv.
Test Procedures at sites.
xvi.
Test reports of all tests carried out at site.
xvii.
'AS BUILT' drawings (2 sets of soft copies on CD and six sets of hard copies duly
wound).
xviii.
All layout drawings shall be made in scale of 1:50 or 1:100 unless until agreed by the
Owner/ Consultant.
5.
PRICES
a.
The price quoted for supply items shall include all packing, crating, excise duty, sale
tax / Works Contract tax, insurance, freight, loading/ unloading, handling & all other
charges.
b.
The price quoted for erection & commissioning shall include cost of all consumables,
taxes & duties. (if any). No additional taxes/duties shall be payable by Owner.
c.
Prices quoted shall be firm and no variation shall be allowed during contract period.
d.
Contractor shall furnish prices separately for spare parts for two (2) year's trouble free
operation of the equipment and shall furnish the list of the same.
6.
ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY AND WATER SUPPLY :Unless and otherwise specified, power supply and water supply as may be required
shall be arranged by the contractor for installation and testing of the equipment‟s at
the site of work.
7.
PROVISIONS AGAINST ACCIDENTS AND SAFETY MEASURES
a.
All safety rules and codes as applicable to work including rules applicable as per
factory inspector shall be followed during execution of above work.
b.
All safety appliances and protective devices including hand gloves, aprons,
helmets, shields, goggles, safety belts etc. shall be provided by Contractor for
his personnel.
c.
The Contractor shall arrange to provide guards and prominent display caution
notices if access to any equipment / area is considered unsafe and hazardous.
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SPECIFICATIONS
In the absence of specifications for any work or materials, relevant Indian Standard
Specifications shall be applicable. If such codes for a particular subject have not been
framed, the decision of the Employer / Consultant will be final and binding.
8.
10.
VARIATION IN QUANTITY
a.
The Owner shall have right to delete or increase / decrease quantity specified in
this specification as specified in preamble to Bill Of Materials.
b.
Quantities indicated in Bill of Materials are based on engineering status of the
project as on date. It is necessary that proper engineering is carried out by the
contractor before procurement of material.
c.
For procurement of any material & sequential delivery at site from point of view
of erection etc. Contractor shall take prior approval from the employer.
d.
All left over material for which payment has been made by the employer, has to
be taken back by the contractor. The employer shall make necessary deduction
from the bills of contractor.
SITE VISIT
It is recommended that contractor shall visit site before submission of his offer. Time
and date shall be fixed with employer.
11.
TOOLS FOR HANDLING AND ERECTION :All tools and tackles required for handling of equipment and materials at site of work
as well as for their assembly and erection and also necessary test instruments shall be
the responsibility of the contractor.
12.
CO-ORDINATION WITH OTHER AGENCY: The contractor shall co-ordinate with all other agencies involved in the building work
so that the building work is not hampered due to delay in his work. Recessed conduit
and other works, which directly affect the progress of building work, should be given
priority.
13.
CARE OF BUILDINGS :Care shall be taken by the contractor to avoid damage to the building during execution
of his part of the work. He shall be responsible for repairing all damages and restoring
the same to their original finish at his cost. He shall also remove at his cost all
unwanted and waste materials arising out of his work from the site, from time to time
as designed by the Engineer-in-charge.
14.
STRUCTURAL ALTERATIONS TO BUILDINGS :i.
No structural member in the building shall be damaged/altered, without prior
approval from the competent authority through the Engineer-in-charge.
ii.
Structural provisions like openings, cutouts if any, provided by the department
for the work, shall be used. Where these require modifications, or where fresh
provisions are required to be made, such contingent works shall be carried out
by the contractor at his cost.
iii.
All such openings in floors provided by the department shall be closed by the
contractor after installing the cables/conduits/rising mains etc. as the case may
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be, by any suitable means as approved by the Engineer-in-charge without any
extra payment.
iv.
15.
1.
All chase required in connection with the electrical works shall be provided and
filled by the contractor at his own cost to the original architectural finish of the
buildings.
WORK IN OCCUPIED BUILDINGS: i.
When work is executed in occupied buildings, there should be minimum of
inconvenience to the occupants. The work shall be programmed in consultation
with the Engineer-in-charge and the occupying department. If so required, the
work may have to be done even before and after working hours.
ii.
The contractor shall be responsible to abide by the regulations or restrictions
set in regard to entry into, and movement within the premises.
iii.
The contractor shall not tamper with any of the existing installations including
their switching operations or connections there to without specific approval
from the Engineer-in-charge.
STATUTORY REGULATION AND APPROVALS :All electrical works shall be carried out only by those Contractors who are licensed by
the concerned local authorities to execute this type of work. Only “A” Class
government approved electrical contractor shall execute the job.
It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to comply with the regulations laid
down by the Indian Electricity Rules and local authorities. The Contractor shall also be
responsible for obtaining all the statutory approvals/certificates for the work from the
concerned Departments and these certificates shall be handed over to the
Architects/Clients at the completion. All coordination with the local electric supply
authorities, submitted of application, getting the desired load sanctioned shall be in
the scope of contractor. The fees required to obtain the desired load sanctioned and
other legal and miscellaneous charges by local electric supply authority / undertaking
shall be given by the client but all follow-ups etc. shall be the contractor‟s
responsibility.
On completion of the work, the contractor shall obtain the certificates of final
inspection and approval by the local electric supply authority and deliver these
certificates to the Owner/Architects in original. The contractor shall bear all expenses
and fees required to obtain these certificates without which the work shall not be
taken over and shall not be considered complete.
17.
STANDARDS AND CODE OF PRACTICE :The work shall be carried out as per the enclosed Specifications of work and the
construction drawings to be issued from time to time. These specifications shall be
read in conjunction with National Building Code, National Electrical Code 1985,
Relevant Codes of Practices and Standards as issued by ISI and Indian Electricity
Rules, CPWD specifications for electrical works (all with the latest amendments). The
installation shall confirm in all respects to Indian Standard code of Practices.
Following BIS codes shall be referred a. National Electrical Code
b. IS: 694 – 1977: PVC insulated cables for working voltage up to and including
1100 volts
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c. IS: 732 -1989: Electrical wiring installation
d. IS: 1225 -1938: Installation and Maintenance of power Cables up to and
including 33 KV Rating
e. IS: 1554: PVC insulated heavy-duty electrical cables.
f. IS: 1860: Installation operation and maintenance of passenger and goods
elevator.
g. IS: 2309 -1989: Protection of building and allied structures against lightning.
h. IS: 3043 -1987: Earthing
i. IS: 3646 (Part-1) -1992: Interior Illumination
j. IS: 3661 (Part-2) -1967: Current rating for cable
k. IS: 3661 (Part-5) -1968: Current rating for cable
l. IS: 5216 (Part-1) -1982: Recommendations on safety procedures and practices
in electrical work.
m. IS: 7098 (1 & 2): XLPE insulated cables
n. IS: 10028 (Part-1)
Transformers
18.
-1985:
selection,
Installation
and
Maintenance
of
o. IS: 10118 (Part-1) -1982:
switchgear and Control gear
Selection,
Installation
and
Maintenance
of
MATERIAL SAMPLES AND SHOP DRAWINGS :It shall also be the responsibility of the Contractor to submit without any extra charge
the samples of the materials/equipment as and when asked by the
Architect/Consultant. If the Contractor wishes to use an alternative make due to nonavailability of the approved one, he should take the prior approval of the
Architect/Consultant. Under such situations the Contractor shall show such promptness
as not to hamper the progress of the work.
The Contractor shall submit for Architect/Consultant's approval the shop drawings at
approved scale indicating the custom built equipment, L.T. Panels, run of cables and
conduits he proposes to install.
19.
ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS: i) The electrical drawings issued from time to time to the contractor are diagrammatic
but shall be following as closely as actual construction and work will permit. The
Contractor at his own expenses shall make any deviation from the drawings required
to conform to the building construction. The architectural drawings shall take
precedence over the electrical drawings as for as the civil and other trades works are
concerned.
ii) If there is any discrepancy due to in-complete description, ambiguity or omission in
the drawings and other documents relating to this Contract found by the Contractor
either before starting the work or during execution or after completion, the same shall
be immediately brought to the attention of the Architect/Consultant and his decision
would be final and binding on the Contractor.
20.
TESTING AND COMMISSIONING: -
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The Contractor shall be responsible for testing and commissioning the entire electrical
installation described in these specifications and relevant IS specifications and will
demonstrate the operation of the systems to the entire satisfaction of the
Architect/Consultant and to the Client approval.
21.
GUARANTEE
At the close of work and before issue of final certificate of virtual completion by Owner
/ Consultant, the contractor shall furnish a written guarantee indemnifying the owner
against defective materials and workmanship for a period of one year after
commissioning. The contractor shall hold himself fully responsible for reinstallation or
replacement of defective material free of cost to the owner.
22.
COMPLETION DRAWINGS
The contractor shall submit, after the completion of the work, one set of originals and
two sets of prints of the As-Fitted drawings/Completion drawings, giving the following
information:
a. Run and size of conduits, inspection, junction and pull boxes.
b. Size of conductor in each circuit.
c. Location and ratings of sockets and switches controlling the light/fan and power
outlets.
d. Location and details of distribution boards, mains, switches, switchgears and
other particulars.
e. A complete wiring diagram as installed and schematic drawings showing all
connections in the complete electrical system.
f. Location of telephone outlets, junction boxes and sizes of various conduits.
g. Location of all earthing stations, route and size of all earthing conductors etc.
h. Layout and particulars of all cables.
i. Location of all equipments with dimensions and connections.
23.
INSPECTION
All equipment I material covered under this specification Is liable for inspection by the
Owner/ his representative. The vendor shall inform two weeks in advance for
inspection to be carried out at the manufacturer's works.
The contractor shall furnish data Sheets & other details. Additional information, if
desired by the bidder can also be furnished separately.
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
1.0 GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1
Ambient air temperature shall be taken as 50 deg. C for the purpose of designing of
electrical equipment.
1.2
This specification shall be read and constructed in conjunction with the drawings and
annexure to determine the scope of work.
1.3
All equipment shall be capable of continuous operation satisfactorily under the
following conditions:
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a.
voltage variation
: ± 10%
b.
frequency variation
c.
combined voltage & frequency variation : ± 10%
: ± 5%
Nominal system supply available shall be as follows:
a.
Incoming : 11 kV, 3 Ph., 50 Hz,
b.
Utilization : 415V, 3 Ph., 4 wire, 50 Hz
2.0
CODES AND STANDARDS
2.1
All equipment and materials specified herein or not, shall be designed, manufactured
and tested with the latest applicable standards & bureau of Indian standards.
2.2
All electrical equipment shall also conform to the latest electricity rules as regards
safety and other essential provisions.
2.3
All electrical installation work shall comply with the requirements of the following Act /
rules / codes as amended upto date:
a. Indian electricity act.
b. Indian electricity rules.
c. National electric code published by 818.
d. All relevant IS codes of practice.
e. Regulations published by tariff advisory committee.
3.0
3.1
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
GENERAL
a.
One independent radial feeder is envisaged from State Electricity Board for
receiving incoming supply on 11 kV.
b.
Two poles structure consisting of LAs, Isolator, drop out fuses etc. or 11 KV
incoming supply shall be connected to Metering Panel through 11 kV XLPE
cable. On two Pole structure 11 kV XLPE cable shall be terminated through
outdoor termination.
c.
11 kV XLPE cable from two pole structure to metering Panel to shall be buried
in ground
d.
11 KV Panel shall have one incomer cum outgoing (unit panel), which will feed
power to the Transformer.
e.
415V L T panel shall receive power from Transformer I DG sets and shall feed
power to various Blocks & Common Services as per enclosed single line
diagram. The panel will be PLC controlled for automatic operation in case of
power failure for DG synchronization and auto load sharing arrangements.
f.
Further routing of cables and Power Distribution shall be as per Single Line
Diagram.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS WIRING AND CONDUITING
1 GENERAL
Technical Specifications in this section cover the Internal Wiring Installations comprising
of:
Wiring for lights and convenience
conduit/raceways.
Wiring for telephone outlets.
Submain wiring.
socket
outlets
etc.
in
concealed/surface
2 STANDARDS AND CODES
The following Indian Standard Specifications and Codes of Practice will apply to the
equipment and the work covered by the scope of this contract. In addition the relevant
clauses of the Indian Electricity Act 1910 and Indian Electricity Rules 1956 as
amended upto date shall also apply. Wherever appropriate Indian Standards are not
available, relevant British and/or IEC Standards shall be applicable.
BIS certified equipment shall be used as a part of the Contract in line with
Government regulations. Necessary test
certificates in
support of the
certification shall be submitted prior to supply of the equipment.
It is to be noted that updated and current Standards shall be applicable irrespective of
those listed below.
660/1100 V grade PVC insulated wires.
Rigid steel conduits for electrical wiring.
PVC conduits for electrical wiring.
Accessories for rigid steel conduits
Flexible steel conduits for electrical wiring
Switch socket outlets
Switches for domestic and similar purposes
Boxes for the enclosure of electrical accessories
Code of practice for personal hazard fire safety of buildings
Code of practice for electrical installation fire safety of buildings
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
Code of practice for electrical wiring installations
IS 732 : 1989
2
694 : 1990
9537 : Part I 1980
9537: Part II 1981
9537: Part III 1980
3837 : 1990
3480 : 1990
4615 : 1990
3854 : 1997
5133:Parts I &II 1969
1644: 1998
1646 : 1997
CONDUITS
3.1 Steel Conduits
These shall be of mild steel 16 gauge upto 32mm and 14 gauge for sizes above 32mm,
electric resistance welded (ERW), electric threaded type having perfectly circular tubing.
Conduits shall be precession welded ERW and shall be fabricated from tested steel strips of
thickness as per ISS by high frequency induction weld process. Weld shall be smooth and
of consistent of high quality to ensure crack proof bending. The conduits shall be black
enamel painted inside and outside in its manufactured form. Wherever so specified, the
conduit shall be galvanized. All conduits used in this work shall be ISI embossed.
3.2 PVC Conduits
Wiring shall be carried out in recessed /surface PVC conduits. The PVC conduits
conform to IS 9537 Part-III and shall be ISI embossed. The conduits shall be heavy
gauge (minimum 2 mm wall thickness) and the interiors of the conduits shall be
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free from all obstructions. All joints in conduits shall be sealed/cemented with
approved solvent cement. Damage conduits/fittings shall not be used. Cut ends of
conduits shall not have sharp edges.
3.3 Bends
Large right angle bends (more than 75 mm radius) or non right angle bends in conduit
runs shall be made by means of conduits bending machines carefully so as not to
cause
any
crack
in
the
conduit.
Small
right
angle bends in conduits runs can be made by standard conduit accessories
(solid/inspection bends/elbows) no run of conduits shall have more than four right
angle bends from outlet to outlet. Bends in multi runs of conduits shall be parallel
to each other and neat in appearance, maintaining the same distance as between
straight runs of conduits.
3.4 Conduit Accessories.
3.4.1 Standard accessories
Heavy duty black enamel painted standard conduit fittings and accessories like
standard/extra-deep circular boxes, looping in boxes, junction boxes, PVC bends,
PVC solid elbows, solid/inspection tees, couplers, nipples, saddles, check nuts, earth
clips, ball socket joints etc. shall be of superior quality and of approved makes. Heavy
duty covers screwed with approved quality screws shall be used. Superior quality
screwed PVC bushes shall be used Samples of all conduits fittings and accessories shall
be got approved by Project Manager before use.
3.4.2 Fabricated accessories
Wherever required, outlet/junction boxes of required sizes shall be fabricated from
1.6 mm thick MS sheets excepting ceiling fan outlet boxes which shall be fabricated
from minimum 3 mm thick sheets. The outlet boxes shall be of approved quality, finish
and manufacture. Suitable means of fixing connectors etc., if required, shall be
provided in the boxes. The boxes shall be protected from rust by zinc phosphate
primer process. Boxes shall be finished with minimum 2 coats of enamel paint of
approved colour. A screwed brass stud shall be provided in all boxes as earthing
terminal.
3.4.2.1 Outlet Boxes For Light Fittings.
These shall be minimum 75mm x 75mm x 50mm deep and provided with required
number of threaded collars for conduit entry. For ceiling mounted florescent fittings,
the
boxes
shall
be
provided
300
mm
off
centre for a 1200 mm fitting and 150 mm off centre for a 600 mm fitting so that
the wiring is taken directly to the down rod. 3 mm thick perspex/hylam sheet cover of
matching colour shall be provided.
3.3.2.2 Outlet Boxes For Ceiling
Outlet boxes for ceiling fans shall be fabricated from minimum 3 mm thick MS sheet
steel. The boxes shall be hexagonal in shape of minimum 100 mm depth and 60 mm
sides. Each box shall be provided with a recessed fan hook in the form of one 'U'
shaped 15 mm dia rod welded to the box and securely tied to the top reinforcement of
the concrete slab for a length of minimum 150 mm on either side. 3 mm thick
Perspex/hylam sheet cover of matching colour shall be provided.
3.4.3 Boxes For Modular Wiring Accessories
3.4.3.1 Switch Boxes - Modular Type
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Switch boxes suitable to house modular type switches of required ratings, and fan
regulators as required shall be provided. In case the number of switches in one box is
not tallying with that available in standard manufacture, the box accommodating the
next higher number of switches shall be provided without any extra cost. In case fan
regulator/regulators is /are to be provided at a later dated, suitable provisi on for
accommodating such regulators shall be made in the switch boxes and blank off
covers shall be provided without any extra cost.
Switch boxes shall be so designed that accessories are mounted on a grid plate with
tapped holes for brass machine screws leaving ample space at the back and on the
sides for accommodating conductors, check-nuts and screwed bushes at conduit
entries etc. The grid plates and M.S. boxes shall be fitted with a brass earth terminal.
Boxes shall be attached to conduits by means of inserting the conduits in the outlet
boxes. Extra length of conduit shall be cut-off inside the box with the help of
cutting blade. Moulded front covers made from high impact resistant, flame retardant
and
ultra
violet
stabilised
engineering
plastics
shall
be fixed by means of counter sunk chromium plated brass machine screws. No timber
shall be used for any supports. Switch boxes shall be located with bottom at 1200 mm
above floor level unless otherwise indicated.
3.4.3.2 Modular Type Boxes For Socket/ Telephone/Call Bell Outlets
Outlet boxes shall be suitable for housing modular type switched socket outlets/
telephone outlets/ buzzers and any other outlet as required. These shall be so
designed that accessories are mounted on a grid plate with tapped holes for brass
machine screws leaving ample space at the back and on the sides for
accommodating conductors. The grid plates and M.S. boxes shall be fitted with a
brass earth terminal. Boxes shall be attached to conduits by means of inserting the
conduits in the outlet boxes. Extra length of conduit shall be cut-off inside the box with
the help of cutting blade. Moulded front covers made from high impact resistant, flame
retardant and ultra violet stabilized engineering plastics shall be used to mount the
outlets and shall be fixed to the outlet M.S. boxes by means of counter sunk chromium
plated brass machine screws. No timber supports shall be used. Boxes shall be
located at skirting level or bottom at 1200 mm from floor or inside raceways on
laboratory
work
tables
as
indicated
in
drawings
and/or
as
directed.
3.5 Cross Section
The conduits shall be of ample sectional area to facilitate simultaneous drawing of wires
and permit future provision also. Total cross section of wires measured overall shall not
normally be more than half the area of the conduit. Maximum number of PVC
insulated 660/1100 Voltage grade copper conductor cable conforming to IS - 694 1990 as per table give below.
Maximum no of PVC insulated 660/1100 V grade aluminium/copper Conductor cable
conforming to IS : 694 – 1990
Nominal cross Sectional
Area - Sq mm
1.0
2.5
4.0
6.0
10.0
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7
6
5
3
2
25 mm dia
13
10
10
6
5
32 mm dia 40 mm dia 50 mm dia
20
14
14
10
9
14
11
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-
4
2
-
7
4
2
-
5
2
2
2
6
5
5
3
4. WIRES
Wiring shall be carried out with PVC insulated 660/1100 volt grade unsheathed
single core wires with electrolytic annealed stranded copper (unless otherwise
stated) conductors and conforming to IS 694/1990. All wire rolls shall be ISI
marked. All wires shall bear manufacturer's label and shall be brought to site in new
and original packages. Manufacturer's certificate, certifying that wires brought to site
are of their manufacture shall be furnished as required.
5 LAYING OF CONDUITS

Conduits shall be laid either recessed in walls and ceilings or on surface on walls
and ceilings or partly recessed and partly on surface, as required.

Same rate shall apply for recessed and surface conduiting in this contract.

Stranded copper conductor insulated wire of size as per schedule of quantities
shall be provided in entire conduiting for loop earthing.

GI wire of suitable size to serve as a fish wire shall be left in all conduit runs to
facilitate drawing of wires after completion of conduiting.
5.1 Recessed Conduiting
Conduits recessed in concrete members shall be laid before casting, in the upper
portion of slabs or otherwise as may be instructed, so as to embed the entire run of
conduits and ceiling outlet boxes with a cover of minimum 12 mm concrete. Conduits
shall be adequately tied to the reinforcement to prevent displacement during casting at
intervals of maximum 1 meter. No reinforcement bars shall be cut to fix the conduits.
Suitable flexible joints shall be provided at all locations where conduits cross expansion
joints in the building.
Conduits recessed in brick work shall be laid in chases to be cut by electrical
Contractor in brick work before plastering. The chases shall be cut by a chase cutting
electric machine. The chases shall be of sufficient width to accommodate the required
number of conduits and of sufficient depth to rmit full thickness of plaster over
conduits. The conduits shall be secured in the chase by means of heavy duty pressed
steel clamps screwed to MS flat strip saddles at intervals of maximum 1 meter. The
chases shall then be filled with cement and coarse sand mortar (1:3) and properly cured
by watering.
Entire recessed conduit work in concrete members and in brick work shall be
carried out in close coordination with progress of civil works. Conduits in concrete
members shall be laid before casting and conduits in brick work shall be laid before
plastering. Should it become necessary to embedd conduits in already cast concrete
members, suitable chase shall be cut in concrete for the purpose. For minimising this
cutting, conduits of lesser diameter than 25 mm and outlet boxes of lesser depth
than 50 mm could be used by the Contractor for such extensions only after obtaining
specific approval from Project Manager.
For embedding conduits in finished and plastered brick work, the chase would have
to be made in the finished brick work. After fixing conduit in chases, chases shall
be made good in most workmanlike manner to match with the original finish.
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5.2 Surface Conduiting
Wherever so desired, conduit shall be laid in surface over finished concrete and/or
plastered brickwork. Suitable spacer saddles of approved make and finish shall be
fixed to the finished structural surface along the conduit route at intervals not
exceeding 600 mm. Holes in concrete or brick work for fixing the saddles shall be
made neatly by electric drills using masonry drill bits. Conduits shall be fixed on
the saddles by means of good quality heavy duty MS clamps screwed to the saddles
by counter sunk screws. Neat appearance and good workmanship of surface
conduiting work is of particular importance. The entire conduit work shall be in
absolute line and plumb.
5.3 Fixing of conduit fittings and accessories
For concealed conduiting work, the fittings and accessories shall be completely
embedded in walls/ceilings leaving top surface flush with finished wall/ceiling surface in
a workman like manner.
Loop earthing wire shall be connected to a screwed earthstead inside outlet boxes to
make an effective contact with the metal body.
5.4 Painting and Colour coding of conduits
Before laying, conduits shall be painted specially at such places where paint has been
damaged due to vice or wrench grip or any other reason. If so specified, surface
conduits shall be provided with 20 mm wide and 100 mm long colour coding strips as
below :
Use
Code colour
Low voltage
Grey
Telephone
Black
Earthing system
Green
Control system lighting
Purple
5.5 Protection of Conduits
To safeguard against filling up with mortar/plaster etc. all the outlet and switch boxes
shall be provided with temporary covers and plugs which shall be replaced by
sheet/plate covers as required. All screwed and socketed joints shall be made fully
water tight with white lead paste.
5.6 Cleaning of Conduit Runs
The entire conduit system including outlets and boxes shall be thoroughly cleaned
after completion of erection and before drawing in of cables.
5.7 Protection Against Dampness
All outlets in conduit system shall be properly
minimise chances of condensation/sweating.
drain
and
ventilated
to
5.8 Expansion Joints
When crossing through expansion joints in buildings, the conduit sections across the
joint shall be through approved quality heavy duty metal flexible conduits of the same
size as the rigid conduit.
5.9 Loop Earthing
Loop earthing shall be provided by means of insulated stranded copper conductor
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wires of sizes as per Schedule of Quantity laid alongwith wiring inside conduits for all
wiring outlets and sub-mains. Earthing terminals shall be provided inside all switch
boxes, outlet boxes and draw boxes etc.
6 LAYING AND DRAWING OF WIRES
6.1 Bunching of Wires
Wires carrying current shall be so bunched in conduits that the outgoing and return
wires are drawn into the same conduit. Wires originating from two different phases shall
not be run in the same conduit.
6.2 Drawing of Wires
The drawing of wires shall be done with due regard to the following precautions: No wire shall be drawn into any conduit, until all work of any nature, that may
cause injury to wire is completed. Burrs in cut conduits shall be smoothen before
erection of conduits. Care shall be taken in pulling the wires so that no damage occurs
to the insulation of the wire. Approved type bushes shall be provided at conduit
terminations.
 Before the wires are drawn into the conduits, conduits shall be thoroughly cleaned of
moisture, dust, dirt or any other obstruction by forcing compressed air through the
conduits if necessary.
 While drawing insulated wires into the conduits, care shall be taken to avoid
scratches and kinks which cause breakage of conductors.
 There shall be no sharp bends.
 The Contractor shall, after wiring is completed, provide a blank metal/sunmica plate
on all switch / outlet / junction boxes for security and to ensure that wires are not stolen
till switches / outlets etc.. are fixed at no extra cost the contractor shall be responsible to
ensure that wires and loop earthing conductors are not broken and stolen. In the event
of the wire been partly / fully stolen , the contractor shall replace the entire wiring
alongwith loop earthing at no extra cost. No joint of any nature whatsoever shall
be permitted in wiring and loop earthing.
6.3 Termination /Jointing of Wires
 Sub-circuit wiring shall be carried out in looping system. Joints shall be made only
at distribution board terminals, switches/buzzers and at ceiling roses/connectors/lamp
holders terminals for lights/fans/socket outlets. No joints shall be made inside conduits
or junction/draw/inspection boxes.
 Switches controlling lights, fans or socket outlets shall be connected in the phase
wire of the final sub circuit only. Switches shall never be connected in the neutral wire.
Wiring conductors shall be continuous from outlet to outlet. Joints where unavoidable,
due to any special reason shall be made by approved connectors. Specific prior
permission from Project Manager in writing shall be obtained before making such joint.
 Insulation shall be shaved off for a length of 15 mm at the end of wire like
sharpening of a pencil and it shall not be removed by cutting it square or wringing.
 Strands of wires shall not be cut for connecting terminals. All strands of wires shall
be twisted round at the end before connection.
 Conductors having nominal cross sectional area exceeding 1.5 sq. mm shall
always be provided with crimping sockets. Tinning of the strands shall be done
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wherever crimping sockets are not available as per instructions of the Project Manager
 All wiring shall be labelled with appropriate plastic ferrules for identification.
At all bolted terminals, brass flat washer of large area and approved steel spring
washers shall be used.
 Brass nuts and bolts shall be used for all connections.
 The pressure applied to tighten terminal screws shall be just adequate, neither too
much nor too less.
 Switches controlling lights, fans, socket outlets etc. shall be connected to the phase
wire of circuits only.
 Only certified valid license holder wiremen shall be employed to do wiring / jointing
work.
6.4 Load Balancing
The Contractor shall planed the load balancing of circuits in 3 phase insulation and get
the same approved by the Project Manager before commencement of the work.
6.5 Colour Code of Conductors
Colour code shall be maintained for the entire wiring installation - red, yellow, blue for
three phases, black for neutral and green for earth.
7. SWITCHES AND FIXTURES
7.1 SWITCHES
All 6 and 16 amps switches shall be of the modular enclosed type flush mounted 220
Volt AC of the best quality and standard. The switch moving and fixed contacts shall
be of silver nickel and silver graphite alloy and contact tips coated with silver. The
housing of switches shall be made from high impact resistant, flame retarding and ultra
violet stabilized engineering plastic material.
The switch controlling the light point shall be connected on to the phase wire of the
circuit.
7.2 FLUSH PLATES
Switches, receptacles and telephone system outlets in wall shall be provided with
molded cover plates of shape, size and colour approved by the Project Manager made
from high impact resistant, flame retarding and ultra violet stabilized engineering
plastic material, and secured to the box with counter sunk round head chromium
plated brass screws. Where two or more switches are installed together, they shall
be provided with one common switch cover plate as described above with notches
to accommodate all switches either in one, two or three rows.
One and two gang switch cover plate, telephone outlet cover plate, 6 and 16 amps
switched/unswitched plates, shall have the same shape and size. Three and four
gang switch cover plates shall have the same shape and size. Six and eight gang
switch cover plates shall have the same shape and size. Nine and twelve switch cover
plates shall have the same shape and size. Wherever five switches, seven
switches, ten switches and eleven switches are to be fixed the next higher size of gang
switch cover plate to be used and extra openings shall be provided with blank-off.
7.3 EXTERNALLY OPERATED SWITCHES
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Externally operated switches, shall be of general purpose type, 250 volts of the proper
size and rating and shall be provided in weather proof enclosures, complete with
weather proof gasketed covers. The MCB‟s for all externally operated switches shall be
separate and of proper rating.
7.4 WALL SOCKET OUTLETS
All 6/16 amps wall socket outlets unless otherwise mentioned on the drawings shall be
switched, five/six round pin and fitted with automatic linear safety shutters to ensure
safety from prying fingers. Unswitched 6/16 amp wall socket outlets where called for
in the drawings shall be of five/six round pin type. The socket outlets shall be
made from high impact resistant, flame retarding and ultra violet stabilized
engineering plastic material.
The switch and sockets shall be located in the same plate. The plates for 6 amp
switched/unswitched plugs and telephone outlets shall be of the same size and shape.
All the switched and unswitched outlets shall be of the best standard.
The switch controlling the socket outlet shall be on the phase wire of the circuit.
An earth wire shall be provided along the cables feeding socket outlets for electrical
appliances. The earth wire shall be connected to the earthing terminal screw inside
the box. The earth terminal of the socket shall be connected to the earth terminal
provided inside the box.
7.5 LIGHTING FIXTURES
The light fixtures and fittings shall be assembled and installed complete and
ready
for
service,
in accordance with details, drawings, manufacturer's
instructions and to the satisfaction of the Project Manager.
Wires brought out from junction boxes shall be encased in GI flexible pipes for
connecting to fixtures concealed in suspended ceiling. The flexible pipes shall be
provided with a checknut at the fixture end.
Pendant fixtures specified with overall lengths are subject to change and shall be
checked with conditions of the job and installed as directed.
All suspended fixtures shall be mounted rigid and fixed in position in
accordance with drawings, instructions and to the approval of the Project Manager.
Fixtures shall be suspended true to alignment, plumb, level and capable of resisting all
lateral and vertical forces and shall be fixed as required.
All suspended light fixtures etc. shall be provided with concealed suspension
arrangement in the concrete slab/roof members. It is the duty of the Contractor to
make these provisions at the appropriate stage of construction.
All switch and outlet boxes shall be bonded to earth with insulated stranded copper wire
as specified. Wires shall be connected to all fixtures through connector blocks.
Flexible pipes, wherever used, shall be of make and quality approved by the Project
Manager.
8. MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT OF WIRING
Wiring for lights, fans, convenience socket outlets and telephone outlets etc. shall be
measured and paid for on POINT BASIS as itemized schedule of quantities and as
elaborated as below unless otherwise stated.
8.1 Primary and Secondary light point wiring
In respect of group control of lights (more than one light controlled by one switch or
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MCB), wiring upto the first light in the group shall be measured and paid for as a
primary light point. Wiring for other lights looped in one group for switch controlled as
also MCB controlled lights shall be measured and paid for as secondary light points.
Primary light points for switch controlled lights shall include the cost of control switch
whereas primary light points controlled by MCBs shall not include the switch cost.
The cost of MCB controlling such lights shall not be included in the primary light point
rate since the MCB shall be paid for in the item of DB.
The point wiring basis shall assume average wiring length and average conduiting
length per point based on parameters stipulated in para 9.2 below. The average
wiring length and average conducting length forming the basis of point wiring
payment, shall take the electrical layouts of the entire project into consideration.
Tenderers are advised to seek clarifications, if they so desire, on this aspect
before submitting their tenders. No claim for extra payment on account of electrical
layouts in part or whole of the project requiring larger average wiring and conduiting
length per point, whether specifically shown in tender drawings or not, shall be
entertained after the award of contract.
8.2 Parameters: Wiring shall be carried out as per following parameters in recessed/
surface conduit system.
Only looping system of wiring shall be adopted throughout. No joints excepting at
wiring terminals shall be permitted.
All accessories shall be flush type unless otherwise stated.
For estimation of load, following loads per point shall be assumed.
Light points
100 Watts.
6 amps socket outlet points
100 Watts.
Fan points
60 Watts.
Exhaust fan points
300 Watts or as specified.
16 amp socket outlet points
1000 Watts.
Lights, fans and 6 amp socket outlets may be wired on a common final such circuit.
Such circuit shall not normally have more than a total of ten lights, fans or socket
outlets or a load of 800 watts whichever is lesser.
Power circuits shall normally have maximum one 16 amps socket outlet unless
otherwise stated. Separate circuit shall be run for each geyser, kitchen equipment,
window air conditioners and similar appliances.
Wiring rates shall include painting of conduits and other accessories as required.
Wiring rates shall include cleaning of dust, splashes of colour wash or paint from all
fixtures, fans, fittings etc. at the time of taking over of the installation.
Wiring rates shall include blanking of outlet boxes to prevent damage/pilferage of
wires
8.3 Definitions
8.3.1 Wiring for Lights
Primary Light Points : Wiring for primary light points, as defined in para 9.1 above,
shall commence at the Distribution Board terminals and shall terminate at the ceiling
rose/connector in ceiling box/lamp holder via the control switch (for switch
controlled lights). Rates for primary light point wiring shall be deemed to be inclusive
of the cost of entire material and labour require for completion of primary light point
thus defined including : .
Recessed / surface conduting system with all accessories, junction/draw/inspection
boxes, bushes, check nuts etc. complete as required,
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Wiring with stranded copper conductor PVC insulated 660/1000 volt grade wires
including terminations etc. complete as required.
Control switch with switch box and cover plate of specified type including fixing
screws, earth terminal etc. complete as required. Cost of this switch is applicable only
for switch controlled points. This cost shall not be applicable for DB controlled points.
Loop earthing with insulated copper wires.
Secondary Light points :
Secondary light points, as defined in para 9.1 above, shall cover the cost of
interconnection wiring between group controlled light fittings and shall be deemed to
be inclusive of the cost of entire materials and labour required for completion of the
secondary light point thus defined including
Recessed / surface conduting system with all accessories, junction/draw/inspection
boxes, bushes, check nuts etc. complete as required,
Wiring with stranded copper conductor PVC insulated 660/1000 volt grade wires
including terminations etc. complete as required.
Loop earthing with insulated copper wires.
8.3.2 Wiring for Ceiling Fans
Wiring for ceiling fan points shall be same as for primary light points and shall, in
addition, include ceiling outlet box with recessed fan hooks.
8.3.3 Wiring for Exhaust Fans
Wiring for exhaust fan points shall be same as for primary light points and shall in
addition include the cost of providing a 3/5 pin 6 amp socket outlet near the fan
alongwith plug top and a 6 amp control switch at convenient location near the room
entry.
8.3.4 Wiring for Call Bell Points
Wiring for call bell points shall be the same as for primary light points and shall in
addition include the cost of a call bell/buzzer of approved type and make in the
required location and a call bell in lieu of the control switch at a convenient location as
required.
8.3.5 Wiring for Telephone Outlets
Wiring for telephone outlets points shall include the entire wiring and conduiting from
the telephone tag block to the telephone outlet including the telephone outlet complete
as required and as itemized in the Schedule of Quantities
8.3.6 Wiring for Convenience Socket Outlets
3/5 pin 6 amps and 3/6 pin 16 amps single phase switched convenience socket outlets
shall be provided in the building as indicated in the layout drawings. In addition,
combined 3 pin 6 / 16 amps socket outlets at modular intervals in special PVC raceway
over the work tables in laboratories shall be provided. Wherever required, 20/32/50
amps single phase and 32/50 amps 3 phase outlets shall also be provided.
Wiring for 3/5 pin 6 amps convenience socket outlets
Point wiring for 3/5 pin 6 amps socket outlets (in locations other than over the
laboratory work tables) on point wiring basis shall be the same as primary light
point defined in para 8.3.1 and shall in addition include 3/5 pin 6 amp socket
outlet with 6 amp control switch in MS box with cover.including loop earthing of the
third pin complete as required as as itemised in scheduled of quantities.
Wiring for 3/6 pin 16 amps convenience socket outlets
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Point wiring for 3/6 pin 16 amps socket outlets (in locations other than over the
laboratory work tables) on point wiring basis shall be the same as primary light point
defined in para 8.3.1 and shall in addition include 3/6 pin 16 amp socket outlet with
16 amp control switch in MS box with cover.including loop earthing of the third pin
complete as required as as itemised in scheduled of quantities.
Wiring for geyser outlets
The wiring shall be as for point wiring above and including provision for 16 amp
shuttered socket outlet located adjacent to the Geyser and the controlling 16 amp
moulded switch located at the Switch plate position in the room.
Wiring for special socket outlets
In addition to the above, special convenience outlets of 20/32/50 amps single phase
and 32/50 amps three phase, required in few locations as indicated in the layout
drawings, shall be paid for on linear basis as itemised in schedule of quantities. Outlets
only shall be paid separately in numbers as per actuals. Wiring alongwith loop earthing
shall be paid separately on running meter basis and conduiting /PVC raceway shall
be paid separately on running meter basis.
8.3.7 Submains wiring
Submains wiring shall be measured from outer end of the boxes. Extra Loop length shall
be left at each end as required.
9. ROUTINE AND COMPLETION TESTS
9.1 Installation Completion Tests
At the completion of the work, the entire installation shall be subject to the following
tests:
Wiring continuity test
Insulation resistance test
Earth continuity test
Earth resistivity test
Besides the above, any other test specified by the local authority shall also be carried
out. All tested and calibrated instruments for testing, labour, materials and incidentals
necessary to conduct the above tests shall be provided by the contractor at his own
cost.
9.2 Wiring Continuity Test
All wiring systems shall be tested for continuity of circuits, short circuits, and
earthing after wiring is completed and before installation is energised.
9.3 Insulation Resistance Test
The insulation resistance shall be measured between earth and the whole system
conductors, or any section thereof with all protection in place and all switches closed
and except in concentric wiring all lamps in position of both poles of the installation
otherwise electrically connected together, a direct current pressure of not less
than twice the working pressure provided that it does not exceed 1100 volts for
medium voltage circuits. Where the supply is derived from AC three phase system,
the neutral pole of which is connected to earth, either direct or through added
resistance,
pressure
shall
be
deemed
to
be
that
which is maintained between the phase conductor and the neutral. The insulation
resistance measured as above shall not be less than 50 megohms divided by the
number of points provided on the circuit the whole installation shall not have an
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insulation resistance lower than one megohm.
The insulation resistance shall also be measured between all conductors connected to
one phase conductor of the supply and shall be carried out after removing all metallic
connections between the two poles of the installation and in those circumstances the
insulation shall not be less than that specified above.
The insulation resistance between the frame work of housing of power appliances and
all live parts of each appliance shall not be less than that specified in the relevant
Standard specification or where there is no such specification, shall not be less than
half a megohm or when PVC insulated cables are used for wiring 12.5 megohms
divided by the number of outlets. Where a whole installation is being tested a lower
value than that given by the above formula subject to a minimum of 1 Megohms is
acceptable.
9.4 Testing Of Earth Continuity Path
The earth continuity conductor including metal conduits and metallic envelopes of
cable in all cases shall be tested for electric continuity and the electrical resistance of
the same alongwith the earthing lead but excluding any added resistance of earth
leakage circuit breaker measured from the connection with the earth electrode to any
point in the earth continuity conductor in the completed installation shall not exceed one
ohm.
9.5 Testing Of Polarity Of Non-Linked Single Pole Switches
In a two wire installation a test shall be made to verify that all non-linked single pole
switches have been connected to the same conductor throughout, and such
conductor shall be labeled or marked for connection to an outer or phase conductor
or to the non-earthed conductor of the supply. In the three of four wire installation, a
test shall be made to verify that every non-linked single pole switch is fitted to one of
the outer or phase conductor of the supply. The entire electrical installation shall be
subject to the final acceptance of the Project Manager as well as the local authorities.
9.6 Earth Resistivity Test
Earth resistivity test shall be carried out in accordance with IS Code of Practice for
earthing IS 3043.
9.7 Performance
Should the above tests not comply with the limits and requirements as above the
contractor shall rectify the faults until the required results are obtained. The
contractor shall be responsible for providing the necessary instruments and subsidiary
earths for carrying out the tests. The above tests are to be carried out by the contractor
without any extra charge.
9.8 Tests And Test Reports
The Contractor shall furnish test reports and preliminary drawings for the
equipment to the Project Manager for approval before commencing supply of the
equipment.
The
Contractor
should
intimate
with
the tender the equipment intended to be supplied with its technical particulars. Any
test certificates etc., required by the local Inspectors or any other Authorities would be
supplied by the Contractor without any extra charge. All test reports shall be approved
by the Project Manager prior to energizing of installation.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MEDIUM VOLTAGE CABLING
1. GENERAL
Technical specifications in this section covers supplying and laying of : 
voltage cables.
2. STANDARDS AND CODES
Medium
All equipments, components, materials and entire work shall be carried out in conformity
with applicable and relevant Bureau of Indian Standards and Codes of Practice, as
amended upto date and as below. In addition, relevant clauses of the Indian Electricity
Act 1910 and Indian Electricity Rules 1956 as amended upto date shall also apply.
Wherever appropriate Indian Standards are not available, relevant British and /or IEC
Standards shall be applicable.
Equipments certified by Bureau of Indian Standards shall be used in this contract in line
with government regulations. Test certificates in support of this certification shall be
submitted, as required.
It is to be noted that updated and current standards shall be applicable irrespective of
dates mentioned along with ISS's in the tender documents.
PVC insulated heavy duty cables
Cross link polyethylene insulated PVC (sheathed XLPE cables)
Code of practice for installation and maintenance of power cables
Conductors for insulated electrical cables
Drums for electrical cable
Methods of test for cables
Recommended current rating
Recommended short circuit rating of high voltage PVC cables
3. CABLES
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
1554 - 1988
7098 - 1985
1255 - 1983
8130 - 1984
10418 - 1982
10810 - 1988
3961 - 1987
5891 - 1970
3.1. Medium Voltage Cables
Medium voltage cables shall be aluminium conductor PVC insulated, PVC sheathed
armoured conforming to IS 1554. Cables shall be rated for a 1100 Volts. The conductor
of cables from 16 Sq. mm. to 50 Sq. mm. shall be stranded. Sector shaped stranded
conductors shall be used for cables of 50 sq. mm and above. Conductors shall be
made of electrical purity aluminium 3/4 H or H temper. Conductors shall be insulated
with high quality PVC base compound. A common covering (bedding) shall be applied
over the laid up cores by extruded sheath of unvulcanised compound. Armouring
shall be applied over outer sheath of PVC sheathing. The outer sheath shall bear the
manufacturer's name and trade mark at every meter length. Cores shall be provided
with following colour scheme of PVC insulation.
1 Core
:
Red/Black/Yellow/Blue
2 Core
:
Red and Black
3 Core
:
Red, Yellow and Blue
3 1/2 /4 Core
:
Red, Yellow, Blue and Black
Current ratings shall be based on the following conditions.
a) Maximum conductor temperature
70O C
b) Ambient air temperature
45O C
c) Ground temperature
30O C
d) Depth of laying
1000 mm
Short circuit rating of cables shall be as specified in IS 1554 Part-I
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Cables have been selected considering conditions of maximum connected loads, ambient
temperature, grouping of cables and allowable voltage drop. However, the contractor shall
recheck the sizes before cables are fixed and connected to service.
4. DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
Cable drum shall be stored on a well drained, hard surface, preferably of concrete, so that the
drums do not sink in ground causing rot and damage to the cable drum. The cable drum shall
conform to IS 10418.
During storage, periodical rolling of drums, in the direction of arrow marked on the drum, shall
be done once in 3 month through 90o C Both ends of cables shall be properly sealed to
prevent moisture ingress Drums shall be stored in well ventilated area protected from sun and
rain. Drums shall always be rested on the flanges and not on flat sides. Damaged battens of
drums etc. shall be replaced. Movement of drums shall always be in direction of the arrow
marked on the drum. For transportation over long distance, the drums shall either be mounted
on drum wheels and pulled by ropes or they shall be mounted on trailers etc. drums shall be
unloaded preferably by crane otherwise they shall be rolled down carefully on suitable ramps.
While transferring cable form 1 drum to another, the barrel of the new drum shall have
diameter not less than the original drum. Cables with kinks or similar visible defects like
defective armouring etc shall be rejected. Cables shall be supplied at site in cut pieces as per
actual requirements.
5.LAYING OF CABLES
Cables shall be so laid that the maximum bending radius is 12 times the overall diameter of
the cable for medium voltage cables and 15 times the overall diameter for 11 kV cables.
Cables shall be laid in masonry trenches, directly on walls/cable trays,
directly buried in
ground
or
in
pipes/ducts
as
elaborated
below.
Cables of different voltages and also power and control cables shall be laid in different
trenches with adequate separation. Wherever available space is restricted such that this
requirement cannot be met, medium voltage cables shall be laid above HT cables. Where
more than one cable is laid side by side, cable marker tags of approved type inscribed with
cable identification details shall be permanently attached to cables at entry points to the
building, at specified intervals for cables laid direct in grounds and in locations like manholes,
pull pits etc.
5.1 In Masonry Trenches
Wherever so specified, cables shall be laid in indoor/outdoor masonry/RCC trenches to be
provided by Owners. Cables shall be laid on painted MS supports fabricated from minimum
38mm x 38mm x 6mm painted / galvanized angle iron supports grouted in trench walls at
intervals not exceeding 600 mm. If required, cables shall be arranged in tier formation inside
the trench. Suitable clamps, hooks and saddles shall be used for securing the cables in position
and dressing properly so that the clear spacing between the cables shall not be less then the
diameter of the cable. Trenches shall be provided with chequered plate/RCC covers. After
laying and dressing of cables, trenches shall be filled with fine sand as directed.
5.2 On Trays/Walls
5.2.1 Wherever so specified, cables shall be laid along walls/ceiling or on cable trays. Cable
shall be secured in position and dressed properly by means of suitable clamps, hooks, saddles
etc. such that the minimum clear spacing between cables is diameter of the cable. Clamping
of cables shall be at minimum intervals as below.
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Size
MV
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Clamping by Fixing intervals
Upto and including 25 sq mm
Saddles 1 mm thick
45 cm
35 sq mm to 120 sq mm Clamps 3 mm thick 25 mm
60 cm
150 sq mm and above
Clamps 3 mm thick 40 mm
60 cm
Note :
The fixing intervals specified apply to straight runs. In the case of bends,
additional clamping shall be provided at 30 cm from the center of the bend on both sides.
5.2.2 Cable trays
Cable trays, of sizes as per schedule of quantities and drawings shall be of perforated
doubled bend channel or of ladder design as specified in BOQ. Cable trays shall be
fabricated from sheet steel of thickness as per BOQ and shall be complete with tees,
elbows, risers, and all necessary hardware.
Trays shall have suitable strength and rigidity to provide proper support for all the
contained cables. Trays shall not have sharp edges, burrs or projections injurious to cable
insulation. Trays shall include fittings for changes in direction and elevation. Cable trays and
accessories shall be painted with two coats of red oxide zinc chromate primer after proper
surface preparation and two finishing coats of synthetic enamel paint of approved make or
as specified in BOQ. Cable trays shall have side rails or equivalent structural members.
Cable trays shall be mounted on support structure as specified by means of specified size of
threaded rods and suitable fasteners. Spacing of the support structure shall be such that
the cable trays shall remain perfectly horizontal without buckling when fully loaded with
cable runs. The support structure shall be suspended from ceiling slab or grouted to walls
in an approved manner. Width of the horizontal arms of the support structure shall be
same as the tray width plus length required for threading /bolting /welding to the vertical
supports. The length of vertical supporting members for horizontal tray runs shall be to suit
the number of tray tiers required. Cable trays shall be bolted/welded to the support
structure. Minimum clearance between the top most tray tier and the ceiling shall be 300
mm. Trays shall be erected properly to present a neat and clean appearance. Trays shall
be installed as a complete system. The entire cable tray system shall be rigid. Each run of
cable tray shall be completed before laying of cables. Cable trays shall be erected so as to
be exposed and accessible. Cables shall be fixed to the tray by clamps fabricated from
minimum 3 mm thick GI sheets. The cables shall be dressed properly so as to provide
minimum one cable diameter clearance between adjacent cables and from tray ends. Cable
trays shall be earthed by 2 runs of 25 mm x 3 mm GI strips through out their lengths.
5.3 Buried Directly In Ground
5.3.1 General
Cables shall be so laid that they will not interfere with under ground structures. All water
pipes, sewage lines or other structures which become exposed by excavation shall be
properly supported and protected from injury until the filling has been rammed solidly in
places under and around them. Any telephone or other cables coming in the way are to be
properly shielded as directed by Project Manager . Surface of the ground shall be made
good so as to conform in all respects to the surrounding ground to the satisfaction of
Project Manager.
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5.3.2 Routing of cables
Before cable laying work is undertaken, the route of the cables shall be decided with the
Project Manager. While shortest practicable route shall be preferred, cable runs shall
follow fixed development such as roads, footpaths etc with proper off-sets so that future
maintenance and identification are rendered easy. Whenever cables are laid along well
demarcated or established roads, the LV/MV cables shall be laid further from the kerb
line than HV cables. Cables of different voltages and also power and control cables shall be
kept in different trenches with adequate separation. Where available space is restricted,
LV/MV cables shall be laid above HV cables. Where cables cross one another, the cables of
higher voltage shall be laid at a lower level than the cables of lower voltage. Power and
communication cables shall as far as possible cross at right angles. Where power cables
are laid in proximity to communications cables the horizontal and vertical clearances shall
not normally be less than 60 cm.
5.3.3 Width Of Trench
The width of trench shall be determined on the following basis. The minimum width of
trench for laying single cables shall be 350 mm. Where more than one cable is to be laid
in the same trench in horizontal formation, the width of trench shall be increased such
that the inter-axial spacing between the cables except where otherwise specified shall be
at least 200 mm. There shall be a clearance of at least 150 mm between axis of the end
cables and the sides of the trench.
5.3.4 Depth Of Trench
The depth of trench shall be determined on the following basis:
 Where cables are laid in single tier formation, the
total depth of the trench shall not be
less than 750 mm for cables upto 1.1 kV and 1250 mm for cables above 1.1 kV.
 When more than one tier of cables is unavoidable and vertical formation of laying is
adopted, the depth of
trench shall be increased by 300 mm for each additional tier to be formed.
5.3.5 Excavation Of Trenches
The trenches shall be excavated in reasonably straight lines. Wherever there is a change
in direction, suitable curvature of 12 times the overall diameter of the largest cable shall be
provided. Where gradients and changes in depths are unavoidable these shall be gradual.
Excavation should be done by any suitable manual or mechanical means. Excavated soil
shall be stacked firmly by the side of the trench such that it may not fall back into the
trench. Adequate precautions shall be taken not to damage any existing cables, pipes or
other such installations during excavation. Wherever bricks, tiles or protected covers or
bare cables are encountered, further excavation shall not be carried out without the
approval of the Project Manager. Existing property exposed during trenching shall be
temporarily supported or propped adequately as directed by the Project Manager. The
trenching in such cases shall be done in short lengths, necessary pipes laid for passing cables
therein and the trench refilled as required. If there is any danger of a trench collapsing or
endangering adjacent structures the sides shall be well shored up with timbering
and/ or sheathing as the excavation proceeds. Where necessary these may even be left in
place when back filling the trench. Excavation through lawns shall be done in consultation
with the Project Manager. Bottom of the trench shall be level and free from stone, brick,
etc. The trench shall then be provided with a layer of clean dry sand cushion of not less than
80 mm in depth.
5.3.6 Laying Of Cable In Trench
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The cable drum shall be properly mounted on jacks or on a cable wheel at a suitable
location. It should been sured that the spindle, jack etc are strong enough to carry the
weight of the drum without failure and that the spindle is horizontal in the bearings so as to
prevent the drum creeping to one side while rotating. The cable shall be pulled over rollers
in the trench steadily and uniformly without jerks or strains. The entire cable length shall,
as far as possible, be laid in one stretch. However when this is not possible the remainder
of the cable shall be removed by flaking i.e. making one long loop in the reverse direction.
After the cable is uncoiled and laid over the rollers, the cable shall be lifted slightly over the
rollers beginning from one end by helpers standing about 10 metres apart and drawn
straight. The cable should then be taken off the rollers by additional helpers lifting the
cables and then laid in the trench in a reasonably straight line. For short runs and cable
sizes upto 50 sq mm 1.1 kV grade the alternative method of direct handling can be adopted
with the prior approval of the Project Manager. If two or more cables are laid in the same
trench care should be taken to preserve relative position. All the cables following the same
routes shall be laid in the same trench. Cables shall not cross each other as far as possible.
When the cable has been properly straightened the cores shall be tested for continuity and
insulation resistance. The cable shall be measured thereafter. Suitable moisture sealing
compound/tape
shall
be
used
for
sealing
of
the
ends.
Cable laid in trenches in a single tier formation shall have a covering of clean dry sand of not
less than 170 mm above the base cushion of sand before the protective cover is laid. In the
case of vertical multi-tier formation after the first cable has been laid a sand cushion of
300 mm shall be provided over the initialbed before the second tier is laid. If additional tiers
are formed each of the subsequent tiers also shall have a sand cushion of 300 mm. The top
most cable shall have a final sand covering not less than 170 mm before the protective cover
is laid. A final protection to cables shall be laid to provide warning to future excavators of
the presence of the cable and also to protect the cables against accidental mechanical
damage. Such protection shall be with second class bricks of not less than 200 mm x 100
mm x 100 mm(normal size) laid breadth wise for the full length of the cable to the
satisfaction of the Project Manager. Where more than one cable is to be laid in the same
trench this protective covering shall cover all the cables and project at least 50 mm
over the sides of the end cables. In addition bricks on edge shall be placed along the
entire run on either side of the cable run. The trenches shall then be back filled with
excavated earth free from stones or other sharp edged debris and shall be rammed
and
watered
in
successive layers not exceeding 300 mm. Unless otherwise specified a crown of earth not
less than 50 mm in the centre and tapering towards the side of the trench shall be left to
allow for subsidence. The crown of earth should however not exceed 100 mm so as not
to be a hazard to vehicular traffic. Where road berms or lawns have been cut or kerb
stones displaced the same shall be repaired and made good to the satisfaction of the
Project Manager and all surplus earth and rocks removed to places as specified.
5.3.7 Laying In Pipes/Closed Ducts
In locations such as road crossings, entry to buildings/poles in paved areas etc., cables shall
be laid in pipes or closed ducts. Spun reinforced concrete pipes shall be used for such
purposes and the pipe shall not be less than 100 mm in diameter for a single cable and not
less than 150 mm for more than one cable. These pipes shall be laid directly in ground
without any special bed. Sand cushioning and/or brick tiles need not be used in such
installations. Unless otherwise specified the top surface of pipes shall be at a minimum
depth of 1000 mm from the ground level when laid under roads, pavements etc. The
pipes for road crossings shall preferably be on the skew to reduce the angle of bend as
the cable enters and leaves the crossing. Pipes shall be continuous and clear of debris or
concrete before cable is drawn. Sharp edges at ends shall be smoothened to prevent injury
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to cable insulation or sheathing. No deduction shall be made for sand and bricks not used
for cables passing through RCC Hume pipes or for parts of vertical cables at the lighting
poles. Wherever so required, cables shall be laid at the bed of the lake through existing
PVC pipe as itemized in bill of quantities.
5.3.8 Route Markers
Route markers made out of 100 mm x 5 mm GI plates bolted to 35 mm x 35 mm x 6 mm
and 60 cm long angle shall be provided along the cable route at intervals not exceeding 100
m in straight runs and at every bend.
5.3.9 Laying Of Cables In Floors
Laying of cables directly in floors shall be avoided and GI pipes of adequate size shall be
used wherever necessary. However if the cables have to be laid direct in the floor
specific written approval of Project Manager shall be obtained and the Contractor shall cut
chases, lay the cables and make good the chases to original finish.
5.3.10
Cable Entry Into Buildings
Cable entry into buildings shall be made through RCC pipes recessed in the floor. RCC
Hume pipes shall be provided well in advance for service cable entries. The pipe shall be
filled with sand and sealed at both ends with bitumen mastic to avoid entry of water.
Suitable size manholes shall be provided wherever required to facilitate drawing of cables
as per requirements.
5.4 Cable Identification Tags
Wherever more than one cable is laid/run side by side, marker tags as approved by the
Project Manager, inscribed with cable identification details shall be permanently attached to
all the cables in manholes/pull pits/ joint pits/ entry points in buildings/open
ducts/trenches etc. These shall also be attached to cables laid directly in ground at specified
intervals, before the trenches are back-filled.
6 TERMINATION/JOINTING OF CABLES
Soldered jointing/termination shall be totally avoided. Solderless terminations by using
Dowel crimping tools and suitable legs shall be adopted for all cable terminations. Any
terminations may without use of proper crimping tool is shall be liable to be rejected. In
the case of aluminium conductors, it is to be ensured that the conductor oxidation is
cleaned by means of emery paper and then a thin coat of tin is applied before pinching
into any equipment. Heat shrinkable Raychem type or approved equivalent
terminations shall be provided for High Voltage cables and Siemens make or approved
equivalent make brass double compression glands shall be provided for Medium Voltage
cable terminations. Straight through jointing of Medium Voltage or High Voltage cable shall
normally be totally avoided. If absolutely unavoidable, such jointing shall be carried out
as per procedure to be got specifically approved from Project Manager and without cost.
7 MEASUREMENT OF CABLE RUNS
The cable runs shall be measured upto the outer end of the boxes without any allowances for
over lap in joints. The rate shall include all the above mentioned material, labour etc for laying
as required.
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8. CABLE LOOPS
At the time of the installation approximately 3 meters of surplus cable shall be left
at each end of the cable
- on each side of underground straight through/tee/termination joints.
- at entries to buildings
- and such other places as may be decided by the Project Manager .
This cable shall be left in the form of a loop.
Wherever long runs of cable length are installed cable loops shall be left at suitable intervals as
specified by
the Project Manager.
9. BONDING OF CABLES.
Where a cable enters any piece of apparatus it shall be connected to the casting by means of
an approved
type of armoured clamp or gland. The clamps must grip the armouring firmly to the gland or
casting, so
that in the event of ground movement no undue stress is placed on to the cable conductors.
10. TESTING
10.1 Tests At Manufacturer's Work
The cables shall be subjected to shop test in accordance with relevant standards to prove
the design and general qualities to the cables as below (as per IS 10810) :
 Routine test on each drum of cables.
 Acceptance tests on drums chosen at random for acceptance of the lot.

Type test on each type of cables, inclusive of measurement of armour DC resistance of
power cables.
10.2 Site Testing

All cables before laying shall be tested with a 500 V megger for 1.1 kV grade or with a
2,500/5,000 megger for cables of higher voltages. The cables cores shall be tested for
continuity, absence of cross
phasing, insulation resistance to earth/sheath/armour and
insulation resistance between conductors.

All cables shall be subject to above mentioned test during laying, before covering
the cables by protective covers and back filling and also before the jointing operations.
 After laying and jointing, the cable shall be subjected to a 15 minutes AC/DC pressure
test. In the absence of facilities for pressure testing, it is sufficient to test for one minute
with 1000 V megger for cables of 1.1 kV grade and with 2500/5000 V megger for cables of
higher voltages.
10.3 Test Witness
Tests shall be performed in presence of representative of Project Manager. The Contractor
shall give at least fifteen (15) days advance notice of the date when the tests are to be
carried out.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MEDIUM VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION BOARDS
1 GENERAL
This section covers specification of DBs.
2. STANDARDS AND CODES
The following Indian Standard Specifications and Codes of Practice will apply to the
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equipment and the work covered by the scope of this contract. In addition the relevant
clauses of the Indian Electricity Act 1910 and Indian Electricity Rules 1956 as amended
upto date shall also apply. Wherever appropriate Indian Standards are not available,
relevant British and/or IEC Standards shall be applicable.
BIS certified equipment shall be used as a part of the Contract in line with Government
regulations. Necessary test certificates in support of the certification shall be
submitted prior to supply of the equipment.
It is to be noted that updated and current Standards shall be applicable irrespective of those
listed below.
Miniature Air Circuit Breakers for AC circuits
IS 8828 : 1978
Degrees of Protection provided by enclosures for low voltage
switchgear
IS 2147 : 1962
Code of Practice for installation and maintenance of switchgear not
exceeding 1000 volts
IS 10118 : 1982
General requirements for switchgear and control gear for voltages not
exceeding 1000 volts
IS 4237 : 1982
3.
MINIATURE CIRCUIT BREAKERS
 The MCB's shall be of the completely moulded design suitable for operation at 240/415
Volts 50 Hz system.
 The MCB's shall have a rupturing capacity of 10 KA at 0.5 p.f.
 The MCB's shall have inverse time delayed thermal overload and instantaneous magnetic
short circuit protection. The MCB time current characteristic shall coordinate with PVC cable
characteristic.
 Type test certificates from independent authorities shall be submitted with the tender.
4.
FINAL DISTRIBUTION BOARDS
 Final distribution boards shall be flush mounting, totally enclosed, dust and vermin proof
and shall comprise of miniature circuit breakers, earth leakage circuit breakers, neutral link
etc as detailed in the schedule of quantities.
 The distribution equipment forming a part of the Distribution Boards shall comply to the
relevant Standards and Codes of the Bureau of Indian Standards and as per detailed
specifications included in this tender document.
 The board shall be fabricated from 16 gauge CRCA sheet steel and shall have a hinged
lockable spring loaded cover. All cutouts and covers shall be provided with synthetic
rubber gaskets. The entire construction shall give a IP 42 degree of protection.
 The bus-bar shall be of electrical grade copper having a maximum current density of 1.6
ampere per square mm and PVC insulated throughout the length. The minimum spacing
between phases shall be 25 mm and between phase and earth 19 mm
 Separate neutral link for each phase shall be provided.
 All the internal connections shall be with either solid copper PVC insulated or copper
conductor PVC insulated wires of adequate rating.
 All the internal connections shall be concealed by providing a hinged protective panel to
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avoid accidental contact with live points.
 All outgoing equipment shall be connected direct to the bus bar on the live side. The
equipment shall be mounted on a frame work for easy removal and maintenance.
 The sheet steel work shall undergo a rigorous rust proofing process, two coats of filler
oxide primer and final powder coated paint finish.
 All the circuits shall have an independent neutral insulated wire, one per circuit, and shall be
numbered and marked as required by the Project Manager.
 A sample of the completed board is to be got approved by the Project Manager
commencement of supply and erection.
before
 Before commissioning, the distribution boards shall be megger tested for insulation and
earth continuity.
5 SHEET STEEL TREATMENT AND PAINTING
 Sheet Steel materials used in the construction of these units should have undergone a
rigorous rust proofing process comprising of alkaline degreasing, descaling in dilute
sulphuric acid and a recognized phosphating process. The steel work shall then receive two
costs of oxide filler primer before final painting. Castings shall be scrupulously cleaned and
fettled before receiving a similar oxide primer coat.
 All sheet steel shall after metal treatment be given powder coated finish painted with two
coats of shade 692 to IS 5 on the outside and white on the inside. Each coat of paint shall be
properly stoved and the paint thickness shall not be less than 50 microns.
6. NAME PLATES AND LABELS
 Suitable engraved white on black name plates and identification labels of metal for all
Switch Boards and Circuits shall be provided. These shall indicate the feeder number and feeder
designation.
ROUTINE AND COMPLETION TESTS
1 INSTALLATION COMPLETION TESTS
At the completion of the work, the entire installation shall be subject to the following
tests:
1.
Wiring continuity test
2.
Insulation resistance test
3.
Earth continuity test
4.
Earth resistivity test
Besides the above, any other test specified by the local authority shall also be carried
out. All tested and calibrated instruments for testing, labour, materials and incidentals
necessary to conduct the above tests shall be provided by the contractor at his own cost.
2 WIRING CONTINUITY TEST
All wiring systems shall be tested for continuity of circuits, short circuits, and earthing
after wiring is completed and before installation is energised.
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3 INSULATION RESISTANCE TEST
The insulation resistance shall be measured between earth and the whole system
conductors, or any section thereof with all protection in place and all switches closed and
except in concentric wiring all lamps in position of both poles of the installation otherwise
electrically connected together, a direct current pressure of not less than twice the
working
pressure
provided
that
it
does
not
exceed
1100
volts
for
medium voltage circuits. Where the supply is derived from AC three phase system, the
neutral pole of which is connected to earth, either direct or through added resistance,
pressure shall be deemed to be that which is maintained between the phase conductor and
the neutral. The insulation resistance measured as above shall not be less than 50
megohms divided by the number of points provided on the circuit the
whole installation shall not have an insulation resistance lower than one megohm.
The insulation resistance shall also be measured between all conductors connected to one
phase conductor of the supply and shall be carried out after removing all metallic
connections between the two poles of the installation and in those circumstances the
insulation shall not be less than that specified above.
The insulation resistance between the frame work of housing of power appliances and all
live parts of each appliance shall not be less than that specified in the relevant Standard
specification or where there is no such specification, shall not be less than half a megohm
or when PVC insulated cables are used for wiring 11.5 megohms divided by the number of
outlets. Where a whole installation is being tested a lower value than that given by the
above formula subject to a minimum of 1 Megohms is acceptable.
4 TESTING OF EARTH CONTINUITY PATH
The earth continuity conductor including metal conduits and metallic envelopes of cable in
all cases shall be tested for electric continuity and the electrical resistance of the same
alongwith the earthing lead but excluding any added resistance of earth leakage circuit
breaker
measured
from
the
connection
with
the
earth electrode to any point in the earth continuity conductor in the completed installation
shall not exceed one ohm.
5 TESTING OF POLARITY OF NON-LINKED SINGLE POLE SWITCHES
In a two wire installation a test shall be made to verify that all non-linked single pole
switches have been connected to the same conductor throughout, and such conductor
shall be labeled or marked for connection to an outer or phase conductor or to the nonearthed conductor of the supply. In the three of four wire installation, a test shall be made
to verify that every non-linked single pole switch is fitted to one of the outer or phase
conductor of the supply. The entire electrical installation shall be subject to the final
acceptance of the Project Manager as well as the local authorities.
6 EARTH RESISTIVITY TEST
Earth resistivity test shall be carried out in accordance with IS Code of Practice for earthling
IS 3043.
7 PERFORMANCE
Should the above tests not comply with the limits and requirements as above the
contractor shall rectify the faults until the required results are obtained. The contractor
shall be responsible for providing the necessary instruments and subsidiary earths for
carrying out the tests. The above tests are to be carried out by the contractor without any
extra charge.
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8 TESTS AND TEST REPORTS
The Contractor shall furnish test reports and preliminary drawings for the equipment to the
Project Manager for approval before commencing supply of the equipment. The Contractor
should intimate with the tender the equipment intended to be supplied with its
technical particulars. Any test certificates etc., required by the local Inspectors or any
other Authorities would be supplied by the Contractor without any extra charge.
9. Equipment: Servo Voltage Stabilizer
A.
Specifications
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
MAKE
EQUIPMENT
TYPE
FREQUENCY
NO. OF PHASES
COOLING
DESIGN
&
TESTING
STANDARDS
TERMINATIONS
OVERLOAD CAPACITY
1.10
1.11
DUTY CYCLE
FIRST
FILL
TRANSFORMER OIL
1.12
1.13
CLASS OF INSULATION
TEMP. RISE PERMISSIBLE
IN OIL
Core Architecture
1.14
OF
-
Servo Voltage Stabilizer (Servo)
Unbalanced, Outdoor with indoor panel
50 Hz+/-3 Hz
3 phase
ONAN
IS 9815 / IS 2026
- Porcelain Bushings (IS 3347)
- Tested to withstand overloading of 110% for
30 minutes at 30 degree C ambient
- Continuous
- Apar / Equivalent make oil conforming to IS
335, so as to achieve high insulation
level(included)
- A
- 55 degree C
-
For attaining high efficiency of the stabilizer
we use stepped and mitered core architecture
B. In-built Protections and output variations
Overload
High/Low voltage
cutoff
Output accuracy
Unbalanced
conditions
Input
voltage
beyond range
Protection given by suitable MCCB capacity
Through MCCB at output
Input low adjustable
High accuracy within +/- 1% variation
Independent phase control makes it suitable for unbalanced current
load and input voltage supply
Lamp for each phase
10 LIGHTING CONTROL Detailed Technical Specifications
General
The lighting control system shall be a network of input and output units, with microprocessors
built into each input and each output control device.
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The system hardware shall be substantially electronic and firmware in its nature of operation.
The interface of electro-mechanical devices (e.g. timer, etc) to overcome limitations in
system electronics (and imbedded firmware) will not be accepted.
Control System Bus Protocol
The protocol shall use high speed, full duplex communications. The system shall provide
constant feedback on the operational status of inputs and outputs, plus the ability to
interrogate the status of specific modules.
The control system protocol shall implement the International Standards Organisation (ISO)
'Open Systems Interconnection' seven-layer reference model for communication protocol.
The system protocol shall be available to third party companies to develop interfaces to the
installed system.
The system shall be capable of 'high-level' integration to Building Management Systems and
other proprietary control systems.
Addressing capabilities
The control system shall have the ability to assign 255 unique Unit Addresses per network,
with up to 255 unique networks per installation.
The control system shall have the addressing capabilities to define 65,025 unique control
addresses on each of 255 unique networks per installation.
Interfacing to the Control System
The system shall allow multiple RS232 access points to perform control, maintenance or
reprogramming from multiple locations on the network, or from any single point on the
network.
System Control Requirements
The system shall be able to perform control in all of the following ways.
- Centralised control from a PC enabling over-ride control of individual units, groups, zones,
buildings, sites.
- Any input device shall be able to be programmed as a master control point. Master overrides shall be able to positioned anywhere in the network, and control any other unit or units
on any connected network.
- An unlimited number of master or override controls.
- The system shall allow unlimited switching configurations. Any number of switches shall be
able to programmable for a common load or loads (i.e. multi-way switching) and all switches
shall indicate the load status.
- The system shall have a multiple over-ride control hierarchy allowing zonal control, area
master control, building master control and site master controls.
- Over-rides shall be able to be re-programmed at any time without any wiring changes.
Distributed Intelligence
The system shall operate without a computer connected, including the operation of all manual
switches, detectors, photoelectric cells, etc. It is not acceptable for the logical relationship
between input devices and output loads to be fully reliant on a computer being connected.
All devices shall be able to communicate directly with each other without the need for a
computer or a centrally based processor to receive and transmit signals.
Reconfiguration requirements
It shall be possible for additional system modules or control requirements to be added or
changed without powering down the control bus or any other device.
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No reconfiguration of existing units or network shall be required during any system
reconfiguration. All existing units shall be left undisturbed.
No additional wiring or connections shall be required during reconfiguration.
The control network shall automatically recognize new control modules.
Safety requirements
The bus shall be short circuit protected to ensure that accidental short circuit will not damage
any system components. The system shall have a fail-safe default mode.
The failure of a module on the system shall not affect any other module.
Modules shall be able to be programmed to re-start to 'on', 'off', or resume in previous state
after a power failure.
There shall be optical isolation between system sub-networks.
Networking and Expansion Capabilities
The system shall have a software controlled network structure. Any input device shall be able
to control any output device, or any group of devices. The devices shall be able to be located
anywhere on the network without a direct connection. The relationship shall be able to be
changed at any time without re-wiring.
The system bus wiring shall utilise unshielded twisted pair (UTP), Category 6 data cable.
Systems utilising shielded cable will not be accepted. There shall be no requirements for endof-line bus terminations for impedance matching.
There shall be no restrictions on bus wiring configuration Daisy-chain. The System shall be
able to be easily expanded. Additional units shall be able to be added at any time at any
point without re-configuration of any other component or the control devices. An existing
system shall not need to be powered down if expansion is being carried out in the future.
The total bus cable length per sub-Network shall be 90 meters.
Output relay units shall be able to be connected to different phases or voltage sources, yet be
controlled from any location on the network.
Product Specifications
Key Input Units
Wall mount, programmable 'Key Input Units', designed to control lighting applications and
other electrical services shall be available from the manufacturer of the overall control
system. The units shall be able to control any system output device including relays,
dimmers, and analogue output units to switch or dim loads.
The units shall be available with six button switches.
The unit functions shall be customizable at any time before or after installation. Each key
shall be capable of being programmed to achieve various functions including, toggle switch,
dimmer control, timer or pre-set. In the event of power failure, a non-volatile memory (NVM)
shall retain all programmed information relating to each unit's current operating status.
Each key input shall have the capacity to be programmed with both 'short press' and 'long
press' functions. For example, it shall be possible for a short-press to send a toggle
command and a long-press to issue dim commands.
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Each key input unit shall have an integral LED on each individual button. The LED's shall be
programmable from the software to be permanently on or off, or indicate and change with
load status.
Each Key Input Unit shall be capable of controlling a combination of loads associated with a
system Group Address. Key Input Units shall be capable of providing multi-point switching,
dimming and master on/off switching and dimming.
Key Input Units shall communicate with all other system units and obtain power via the UTP
Communication Bus cable.
The unit shall have suitable operating temperatures between 0-50 Degree C having IP 22 with
proximate sensor and pattern locking facility
Seven Day Cycle Clock
The clock module shall consist of a basic 7-day real time controller with two channels of
output for control of up to four group addresses. The 7-day timer shall be able to be
programmed from the front of the clock (independent of the installation software) whilst the
outputs are configured in software (as per other system components).
The unit shall be capable of issuing on, off, dimming and delay-off timer commands.
The clock shall sustain its settings for 24 hours in the event of loss of supply.
Daylight savings, Holiday and Random modes shall be incorporated on the front of the clock.
In the event of power cycling, a non-volatile memory (NVM) shall be incorporated to retain all
address and switching information.
The Seven-Day Cycle Clock shall be having a suitable Operating Temperature range of 0-50
Degree C.
Power Supply
The Power Supply shall provide safe extra low voltage (15V dc) to the control system bus.
The output current of the Power Supply shall be 1.5Amps/1.0Amps (nominal).
The Power Supplies shall be installed on dedicated 'control' Circuit Breakers, rather than
general light and power circuits.
Twelve Channel Relay with 20A Voltage Free Contacts
This unit shall allow control of four independent loads, with a total capacity of at least 180A,
independent from supply. The individual channel load shall be rated at least 20A (inductive
and resistive). In the event of power cycling, a non-volatile memory (NVM) shall be
incorporated to retain all address and switching information. The Relay Unit shall have the
facility to program (via the software) a minimum threshold setting
Power-up
If power to the unit is lost, the lighting shall automatically return to a preset level. All scenes,
fade rates, etc shall be stored in non-volatile memory.
Scene Fade Rate
When programming a Lighting Scene, the user shall also have a button available to manually
select the fade (ramp) rate for that scene. As a minimum, the fade rate shall be selectable as
0 seconds, 4 seconds, 12 seconds, 60 seconds and 10 minutes.
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Master OFF
A „Master Off‟ button shall be available on the Lighting Controller. This Master Off button shall
be programmable to allow the user to select controlled output groups. Pressing the Master Off
button shall turn off all three of the primary groups.
Additionally, the Master Off button shall selectively turn off a variable number of the
controlled secondary output groups. These groups should not necessarily need to be
associated with the previously selected scene and can include any of the thirty secondary
groups.
NET WORKING SYSTEMS pacifications for Passive Items Cable & others
All UTP Components should be from the same OEM. The OEM should be ISO 9001:2000
& QS: 9000 Certified. In the changing needs of the global resources if the company has
environmental management systems in place like ISO 14001 accreditation the same shall be
added advantage.
The cabling should be certified to have application support warranty for next 25 years.
The complete cabling system offered shall be upgradeable to the intelligent system
by simply bringing in additional hardware and software. The OEM should have at
least 1 site on intelligent system in India. The bidder/OEM should be able to
physically demonstrate intelligent system monitors/scanners, intelligent jack
panels etc. if so required by the customer
Technical Specifications
UTP CABLING COMPONENTS
(i)
Category 6 UTP, 4 Pair with ETL test report for channel and zero bit error
Characteristic
Min. Required Specification
Features
Category 6 Unshielded Twisted Pair 100 cable shall be compliant
with EIA/TIA 568-C.2 transmission performance specifications
Category 6 UTP cables shall extend between the work area location
and its associated telecommunications closet and consist of 4 pair,
23 AWG, UTP Non Plenum cable jacket.
The 4 pair Unshielded Twisted Pair cable shall be UL
Listed
All Category 6 cables shall meet or exceed the following
characteristics:
Mechanical Characteristics
Construction: 4 twisted pairs separated by internal X shaped, 4
channel, polymer spine / full separator. Half shall not be accepted.
Conductor: Solid Copper
Conductor Diameter: 0.57±0.005mm (23 AWG)
Insulator Polyolefin
Jacket: PVC, BLUE in color
Outer Diameter: 6.0±0.4mm
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Min. Required Specification
Insulation Dia. (±0.05mm): 1.04
(ii) FACE PLATE
Characteristic
Min. Required Specification
Features
Single Gang square plate, 86mmx86mm
Write on labels in transparent plastic window – supplied with plate
Screw hole covers – to be supplied with plate
Plug in Icons – Icon tree – to be supplied with plate
Should be able to support variety of jacks – UTP, STP, Fiber, Coax
etc.
(iii) INFORMATION OUTLET with ETL test report
Characteristic
Min. Required Specification
Features
Category 6, EIA/TIA 568-C.2 – 250MHz
Information outlets should have ETL component compliance (ETL
certificate to be enclosed)
All information outlets for 100
, 22-24 AWG copper cable shall:
Use insulation displacement connectors (IDC)
Allow for a minimum of 200 re-terminations
degradation below standards compliance limits.
without
signal
Be constructed of high impact, flame-retardant thermoplastic with
color and icon options for better visual identification.
Should have spring loaded integrated shutter
Should have Terminator cap
IDC posts should be pointed
Mechanical
Connector
:
Jack
Plastic Housing: Polycarbonate, UL94V-0 rated or equivalent
Operating Life: Minimum 750 insertion cycles
Contact Material: Copper alloy
Contact Plating: 50 µinches gold over 100 µinches nickel
Plastic Housing: Polycarbonate, UL94V-0 rated or equivalent
Operating Life: Minimum 200 Re-terminations
IDC Contact Plating: Tin Plate (tin/lead)
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(iv) 24 PORT JACK PANEL
Characteristic
Min. Required Specification
Features
Be made of cold rolled steel, in 24 port configurations. Each jack
should have spring loaded shutter inside the jack for 100% dust free
environment.
Allow for a minimum of 750 plug mating cycles
Have port identification numbers on the front of the panel.
Should have self adhesive, clear label holders (transparent plastic
window type) and white designation labels with the panel, with
optional color labels / icons.
Each port / jack on the panel should be individually removable on
field from the panel.
Should have integrated rear cable management shelf.
Should comply to the following :
Compliant
FCC Subpart F 68.5 Compliant
IEC-603-7 Compliant
ISO 11801 Class E Compliant
UL 1863
CSA C22.2
Mechanical
Characteristics
Jack Connector
TIA/EIA-568-C.2 Component
Plastic Housing: Polycarbonate, UL94V-0 rated or equivalent
Operating Life: Minimum 750 insertion cycles
Contact Material: Copper Alloy
Contact Plating: 50µ” Gold/100µ” Nickel
Contact Force: 100g minimum
Plug Retention Force: 11 lbf.
IDC Connector
Plastic Housing: Polycarbonate, UL94V-0 rated or equivalent
Operating Life: Minimum 200 re-terminations
Contact Material: Copper Alloy
IDC Contact Plating: Tin/Lead Plate
Contact Force: 100g minimum
Wire Accommodation: 22-24 AWG solid
(v) MOUNTING CORDS
Characteristic
Min. Required Specification
Features
Category 6 Equipment cords
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Min. Required Specification
The work area equipment cords shall, at a minimum comply with
proposed ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-C.2 Commercial Building Cabling
Standards Transmission Performance Specifications for 4 pair 100
Category 6 Cabling.
Category 6 modular equipment cords: Shall be round, and consist of
eight insulated 24 AWG, stranded copper conductors, arranged in
four color-coded twisted-pairs
Equipped with modular 8-position plugs on both ends, wired straight
through with standards compliant wiring.
Should have 50 micro inches of gold plating over nickel contacts.
Modular cords should include slim clear anti-snag slip-on boots
Mounting cords should have ETL component compliance. (ETL
certificate to be enclosed)
Mechanical – Cable
Conductor size: 24 AWG stranded bare copper
Nominal outer diameter: 5.9mm
Jacket: LSOH
Temperature range: - 20°C to + 60°C
Mechanical
Characteristics – Plug
Operating life: Minimum 750 insertion cycles
Contact material: Copper alloy
Contact plating: 50µ” Gold/100µ”Nickel
Plug dimensions compliant with
ISO/IEC 60603-7-4 and
FCC 47 Part 68
Fire Propagation tests: LS0H Sheath: CSA FT1, IEC 60332-1, IEC
61034
Electrical Characteristics
– Plug
Max voltage: 150 VAC (max)
Max current: 1.5A @ 25°C
Operating temperature: -20°C to +60°C
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LIST OF APPROVED MAKES OF MATERIAL (For Electrical work)
The following is the list of products and the names of the approved manufacturers
against each product. Where more than one manufacturer is listed. The Contractor
shall quote rates for the various items of work based on the materials, after
ascertaining the availability, delivery schedule etc of the same
In the event the Contractor is permitted to use materials of lower preferences,
because of valid reasons, the contract rates for the relevant items of work shall be
suitably adjusted on the basis of the variation in prices of materials of first preference
and those actually used. If the prices of material used are higher than the prices of
materials of first preference, the Owner shall NOT be liable to make any enhanced
payment for the affected item of work on this account.
A.
Internal Electrical Works
PVC Conduit & accessories
Copper conductor PVC insulated
wires
.
Modular switches, socket outlets
and wiring accessories with moulded
cover plate
Heavy duty metal clad socket outlets
with MCB in MS housing
Weather proof socket outlets with
MCB Miniature Circuit Breaker
Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker
Timers & Contactors to be mounted
in DB‟s
MCB Distribution Boards in sheet
steel housing (double door)
BEC, Polypack, AKG, Setia ,Dblast
Precision
Polycab,Havels,KEI, RR Kable,
Skyline, Nicco, Finolex, Bonton,
Schneider Zencello , Legrand Arteor ,
Northwest, Anchor Roma
Legrand , Siemens, L&T Hager, ABB
Legrand, Neptune, Clipsal
Legrand
Lexic,
Schneider
Siemens,
L&T,
Legrand
Lexic,
Schneider
Siemens,
L&T,
Legrand Lexic,
Schneider
Seimens,
L&T
,
Legrand, Siemens, L&T , Schneider
Crompton Greaves, Havells, Orient
Excel Cable, Molex, Skyline, Finolex,
Delton
Krone, Pouyet, TVS
B.
Ceiling Fan
C.
Low Tension System
Telephone wires
Crompton Greaves / USHA /
POLYCAB /BAJAJ Equlvalent
Skytone, Nicco, Polycab, Bonton,
KEI,
Telephone Tag Blocks
D.
Cables and accessories
Dowells, Peeco, Comet
1100 Volts grade cables
Cable Lugs
Peeco, Comet,Dowells
Cable compression glands
E.
Cable trays / Cable ladders
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G.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Philips / Polycab / Bajaj / Wipro
H.
Lightning Arrester
Elpro /
I.
DISTRIBUTION BOARDS
&
SUBDISTRIBUTION
PANELS
Isolator and Drop Out Fuse
11kV Breaker
Versatek/
Kiran
textile/
Sterling/ Pactil/ GR power/
Elpro Crompton/ Mehru/ Alstom
Siemens/ ABB
Cable corporation of india/ RPG /
Universal/ Torrent 3M / Raychem
MG
Schneider
,L&T,
Siemens,
Legrand ,ABB, Mitsubishi (WS) L&T,
Schneider, Siemen ,ABB, Mitsubishi
11kV Cables
11kV Termination
Air Circuit Breaker
L&T,
Alstom,
Siemens,ABB
MV
Contactors/Timer/Starters
ProtectiveRelays(Microprocessor)
Moulded case circuit breaker
KWH meters (Electronic Digital
type) BIS Marked
Miniature Circuit Breaker ISI
Marked. 10KA.
Schneider,
(Siemens(3VL),
L&T(D-sine),
Schneider(Compact),
ABB(TMax), MDS Legrand, Mitsubishi
(WS)
Secure,
HPL
Socomac,
L&T,
ITRON,Conzerve,Seimens
L&T Hager, Legrand, Schneider,
ABB, Siemens Gilbert
L&T Salzer, Kaycee
Cast Resin Current Transformer
Meter (Electronic digital/LCD)
ESBEE (L&T), Vaishno,
Schneider, Siemens
Selector
Switches
Lamp (LED type)
Neptune-Ducati,Power
Measurements,Secure
, Socomec,L&T,Conzerve
Indication
Voltmeter,Ammeter
(Digital
Type)
MV
Contactors/Timer/
Starters
Moulded case circuit breakers
Teknic,
L&T Rishab, Siemens, Eltech,
Conzerve, AE, Salzer
L&T, Siemens, Telemecanique
L&T, Siemens, ABB
MV
Switchboards
coated)
PLC
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(Powder
Tricolite , Adlec ,
Hi Tech
Automation,
New
Shivam,
Gemtech Power Control Pvt.
Allen Bradley , Seimens
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J.
Lighting Control Panel
LUTRON
/SCHNEIDER
CONTROL/ Daynalight Leviton
K
NET
WORKING
SYSTEM
.
Fire Detection System
Molex,
Simons
Copper conductor PVC
wires
Excel Cable, Skyline, Finolex,
Bonton, Polycab , RR Kable
L.
FRLS
Heat/Smoke Detectors
Fire Panel
Speaker cum Hooter
Response Indicator
Manual Call Points
M.
Fire Exit Sign with battery back
up
PUBLIC
ADDRESS/MUSIC
SYSTEM
AMP(Tyco),
Legrand,
Honeywell, Edwards, System
Sensor, Notifire, Morley
Honeywell , System Sensor,
Notifier fire , Morley
Honeywell, Philips, Ahuja, Devi,
System Sensor, Notifire
Edwards, System Sensor, Devi,
Morley
Honeywell Edwards, System
Sensor, Devi , Morley
Systems Tek, Glo-lite, Prolite
Bosch, Ahuja, Philips
NOTES: -The approved makes mentioned above or equivalent makes as approved by the
Architect / Engineer in Charge shall be used
All materials shall be used only after quality check / inspection / approval by architect.
Above makes of equipment are approved subject to their meeting the specifications. The
contractor however shall seek approval of specific make from Architect / Bank before
commencing the work. The decision of Architect / Bank shall be final & binding on the
contractor in their respect.
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PREAMBLE:TO BE READ ALONG WITH DRAWINGS.
1.
RATES TO BE QUOTED BOTH IN FIGURES AND WORDS.
2.
ALL PAGES TO BE SIGNED AND STAMPED BY THE TENDERER.
3.
THE RATE OF THE ITEMS SHALL BE APPLICABLE FOR ANY FLOOR LEVEL/ ANY
NUMBER OF FLOORS, OR ANY QUANTITY.
4.
THE SPECIFICATION OF THE ITEMS SHALL BE AS PER LATEST INDIAN STANDARD
CODES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
5.
ALL MATERIALS SHALL BE AS PER APPROVED LIST AND SHOULD BE OF Ist QUALITY
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
6.
THE RATES ARE INCLUSIVE OF ALL DUTIES AND TAXES OF ALL GOVERNMENT,
MUNICIPAL OR ANY OTHER STATUTORY BODY APPLICABLE FROM TIME TO TIME.
7.
RATES SHALL BE FOR ITEMS COMPLETE IN ALL RESPECTS AS PER DRAWING,
INSTRUCTIONS AND APPROVAL OF THE ARCHITECT.
8.
THE QUANTITIES ARE APPROXIMATE AND TENTATIVE WHICH MAY VARY DURING
COURSE OF EXECUTION. THE RATES QUOTED AGAINST PARTICULAR ITEM SHALL
NOT BE CHANGED WITH VARIATION IN QUANTITIES.
9.
MAKING OF ANY CUTOUT / OPENING FOR ELECTRICAL / AIR – CONDITIONING
WIRING / FITTING IN ANY OF THE ITEM OF FALSE CEILING, PARTITIONS, PANELING
MASONRY WORK ETC. AND FINISHING EDGES JAMBS / CILLS / SOFFITS OF THE
OPENING SHALL NOT BE PAID EXTRA.
10.
THE TENDERER SHALL VISIT THE SITE AND SHALL SATISFY HIMSELF AS TO
CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH THE WORK IS TO BE PERFORMED. HE SHALL ALSO
CHECK, ASCERTAIN THE LOCATIONS OF ANY EXISTING STRUCTURES OR
EQUIPMENT OR ANY OTHER SITUATION WHICH MAY AFFECT THE WORK. NO EXTRA
CLAIM AS A CONSEQUENCE OF IGNORANCE OR ON GROUND OF INSUFFICIENT
DESCRIPTION WILL BE ALLOWED AT A LATER DATE.
11.
THE QUOTED PRICE FOR ITEMS SHALL INCLUDE ALL ACCESSORIES,
CONSUMMABLES ETC. AS REQUIRED TO MAKE THE ITEM COMPLETE IN ALL
RESPECTS, COMPATIBLE WITH OTHER RELATED / ASSOCIATED ITEMS AND FULLY
FUNCTIONAL.
12.
CONTRACTOR SHALL BE FULLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ERROR, DIFFICULTY IN
EXECUTION / DAMAGES INCURRED OWING TO DISCREPANCY IN DRAWINGS WHICH
HAS BEEN OVERLOOKED BY HIM AND HAS NOT BEEN BROUGHT TO THE NOTICE OF
THE ARCHITECT.
13.
THERE ARE NUMBER OF ITEMS GIVEN IN THE TENDER WHERE IN BASIC RATES
INCLUDING ALL TAXES EXPECTED HAS BEEN MENTIONED IN THE TENDER. THESE
ITEMS SHALL BE PURCHASED BY THE CONTRACTOR FROM THE MARKET ONLY
AFTER THE APPROVAL OF QUALITY AND RATES BY THE ARCHITECT.
14.
ALL HIDDEN SURFACES OF BOARD / PLY / WOOD WORK TO BE PAINTED WITH ANTI
BACTERIAL PAINT FROM NAV AIR INTERNATIONAL FR 881 (VIPER) (WHITE COLOUR
AS PER MANUFACTURER‟S SPECIFICATIONS ON WOOD / BOARD).
15.
CONTRACTOR SHALL APPOINT TECHNICALLY QUALIFIED FULL TIME SITE
SUPERVISOR TO MONITORING THE DAY TO DAY PROGRESS OF WORK AT SITE ON
THEIR OWN COST.
VASTU SADAN PVT. LTD.
Contractor‟s Signature
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