View - Water Resources Department, Chhattisgarh

View - Water Resources Department, Chhattisgarh

GOVERNMENT OF CHHATTISGARH

WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

SCHEDULE OF RATES

FOR

WORKS OF WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

CHHATTISGARH

In Force From

01.08.2010

ENGINEER-IN-CHIEF

WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, CHHATTISGARH

RAIPUR

Price Rs. 1400/-

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CONTENTS

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Register of Amendments ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2

General Instruction -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5

CHAPTER

Labour Rates and Daily Wages --------------------------------------------------------------- 9

Survey and Investigation ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 13

Jungle Clearance -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22

Excavation and Earthwork -------------------------------------------------------------------- 24

Collection of Materials -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 40

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Stone Masonry and Precast Block Masonry Work -------------------------------------- 53

Brick Masonry ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 61

10. Flooring and Pitching --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 66

11. Plastering and Pointing ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 74

12. Wood Work and Joinery ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 80

13. Steel and Iron Work --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 113

14. Ceiling and Wall Boarding ------------------------------------------------------------------- 123

16. R.C.C. and Form work ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 132

17. White Washing, Colour Washing and Distempering ---------------------------------- 139

20. Road work ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------162

21. Special Items of Earth/Masonry Dam and Canals ------------------------------------- 166

24. Special Items of Canal Structures and Bridges ---------------------------------------- 189

25. Canals Lining ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 200

26. Supply and Erection of Gates --------------------------------------------------------------- 209

28. Well Excavation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 232

29. Transportation of Materials ------------------------------------------------------------------ 234

30. Water Supply ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 242

31. Sewerage and Drainage --------------------------------------------------------------------- 250

32. Sanitary Fittings -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 258

33. Miscellaneous items of Water Supply and Sanitary Fitting -------------------------- 267

34. Electrical Works-Wiring and Cable Drawing -------------------------------------------- 270

35. Electrical Works-Accessories, Switches, Distribution, Fuse Boards and Bus -- 291

36. Electrical Works-Fixing of I.C. Switch/Fuses/ Distribution Board/ Miniature ---- 299

37. Electrical Works-Earthing and Lightening Conductor, External Electrification---304

38. Electrical Works-Miscellaneous ------------------------------------------------------------ 313

39. Electrical Works-Fans, Fluorescent Tube Fittings, Mercury Vapour Fitting ----- 316

40. Electrical Works-Labour Rates for Wiring ----------------------------------------------- 325

41. Drilling of Tube Well --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 327

42. Field-Testing and Material Testing -------------------------------------------------------- 350

43. Special Items of Building works -------------------------------------------------------------394

APPENDICES

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Quantities of Materials for Completed Items of work.

Areas and Weights of Steel Sections. iv v vi vii

Design of Standard Bench Mark

Design of Bench Mark on Masonry Work.

Design of Ordinary Bench Mark.

Design of Kilometer Stone Type 1. viii Design of Kilometer Stone Type 2. ix Design of 0.2 Kilometer Stone. xii List of Mandatory Tests

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ABBREVIATIONS

The following abbreviations, wherever they appear in the schedule of rates, shall have the meaning of implications hereby assigned to them:-

ASTM American Society for Testing Materials LWL Low water level m Meter

BWG

BT

CD

0c

C.C.

CG

British wire gauge

Black trap

Cross drainage

Degree centigrade temperature

Cement concrete

Centre of gravity

M.D.D. Maximum dry density mm

MS

Millimeter

Mild steel

MTS

NMC

Medium tensile steel

N/Sq.mm Newton per Sq. mm

N.D.D. Natural dry density

Natural moisture content

CGS

CI

CL cm

CM

Corrugated galvanised sheet

Cast iron

Centre line

Centimeter

Cement mortar

NMR

No (s)

NSL omc

PCC

Nominal muster roll

Number (s)

Natural surface level

Optimum moisture content

Plain cement concrete

CR cu cm

Coursed rubble

Cubic centimeter cu M Cubic meter cumec(s) Cubic meter per second(s)

Dia Diameter

DRR Diesel road roller

D/S Downstream etc. Etceteras e.g.

ERW

For example

Electric resistance Welded

E/W Earthwork

Fig. Figure

GI Galvanised iron

POL pt

PVC r

Petrol oil and lubricant part

Polyvinyle chloride radius

Re. Rupee

Rs. Rupees

RR

RSJ

SDO

Random rubble

Rolled steel joist

Sub Divisional Officer

GL

HP i.e.

IRC

KVA

LDPF

Ground level

Horse power that is

Indian Road Congress

IS

ISS

Indian Standards

Indian Standards Specification

ITI Industrial Training Institute

Kg Kilogram

Kilo volt ampere

Low density polyethylene film

SFR

SW

SWG

SWL

TM

Sheep foot roller

Stone ware

Standard wire gauge

Static water level

Table moulded

T&P

TW

Tools and plants

Teakwood u/s UP-stream

Viz. Namely

WBM

%

Water bound macadam percent

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REGISTER OF AMENDMENTS

Pertains to

Pertains to

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Pertains to

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1. The rates for completed items include the cost of all materials, labour, workmanship, templates, tools and plants and other appliances, etc. required for proper execution of work . It also covers provision for erection and removal of scaffolding and ladders. The rates include protection of work during construction from erosion and falling materials and other causes.

2. The rates for complete items in the schedule of rates also include following :-

 (a) Contractor’s profit and overheads

10.0%

1.5%

1.5%

3. (a) The Government orders for use of N.M.R. be followed strictly. For execution of works on NMR the rates will be reduced by the element of contractor’s profit (10%) and T&P

(1.5%). Hence works executed on NMR should be 11.5x100/113 = 10.18% say 10% below schedule of rates. For awarding contracts on piecework the deduction will be only 7% because the pieceworker is expected to bring his own T&P and there will be also an element of profit restricted to 3%. Hence works executed on piecework should be 7x100/113 = 6.19% say 6% below schedule of rates except for rates based on “R” of chapter-2, Survey and Investigation.

Prior Sanction of Chief Engineer / Superintending Engineer shall be necessary for execution at higher rates.

(b) If the piecework rates are sanctioned, the rates for execution on NMR shall be (93.81-

89.92)/93.81x100 = 3.99x100/93.81 = 4.25% say 4% below piecework rates.

Similarly, if NMR rates are fixed the rates payable for execution on piecework shall be

(93.81-89.82)/89.82x100 = 3.99x100/89.82 = 4.44% say 4% above NMR rates.

(c) The NMR/piecework rates arrived at in accordance with (a) & (b) above shall be rounded off to the nearest Rupees.

4. The rates for “Labour only” provided in the schedule of rates include all provisions as detailed in para 1 above except cost of materials and tools and appliances generally not carried by workman unless specifically mentioned. These also include provision for returning empty cases, bags, other containers and tools and plants etc. supplied by the department.

5. The rates for completed Items are based on average rate for the whole state. In some parts of the state, the market rates may be high while in others these may be low.

Therefore, the ruling rate for work on NMR/piecework will differ from region to region.

The Chief Engineer / Superintending Engineer will announce in advance the percentage deduction (or addition) to the rate given in the schedule of rates for executing works on

NMR and piecework contract. These rates will hold good for a whole working season i.e.

October to September.

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6. In compliance to para 5 above, the Chief Engineer / Superintending Engineer may announce percentage deductions (or additions) item wise (or chapter wise) and Division wise in respect of the items (or chapter) required to be executed on NMR/Piecework.

The copy of the sanction may be endorsed in the Water Resources Department besides officers of other departments as follows:-

 The Secretary, Water Resources Department, C.G. Raipur.

 The Concerned Chief Engineers.

 The Superintending Engineer, Bodhi

O/o Engineer-in-Chief, Water Resources Department, C.G. Raipur

 The Executive Engineers of the Circle (in 15 copies) for distribution to all concerned in division office.

 All Sub-Divisional Officers (in 10 copies) for distribution to concerned

staff including Sub-Engineers.

The general rule of open tender system i.e. invitation of tenders by public advertisement shall be followed in respect of all works costing over Rs. 15,000. For awarding the work on piece work, instructions issued by the Govt. from time to time may be followed.

(b) The horizontal (depth-wise or height-wise) splitting of work shall not be done for award or work on piecework. The sanction for longitudinal (lengthwise) splitting of work for piecework shall be accorded, when considered desirable, with due regards to junction with other group(s).

8. The sequence of construction of irrigation channel(s) shall be so planned that the works are completed from head to tail. The contract agency, for earthwork and all structures

(except direct outlets and railway crossings) on irrigation channels carrying discharge (a) below 0.3 cumec., may be fixed in one group and (b) 0.3 to 1 cumec (and also for 1 to 3 cumec) discharge may be fixed in one group or groups in multiple of 3k.m. length or for length as considered suitable.

9. The nomenclature of items given in the schedule of rates should not be deviated and should be followed as they are. It is important that the deviation can be done only for items, which do not find place in the schedule of rates. For example, the rate for boulder collection cannot be derived by deduction the labour rates for boulder toe from the rate of completed item of boulder toe because the rate for boulder collection already exists under chapter 5 “Collection of Materials”.

10. The Royalty for extraction of material is to be as per the rates fixed by the State

Government which are inclusive of rates.

11. Rates as prevalent in April 2010 :-

S.No. Labour

1 Unskilled

Unit

1

1

Rate in Rs per day

116.26

119.86

3 Skilled 1 123.53

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S.No. Material in

Rs.

1. Cement including cost of container (each bag will be deemed to contain 50 kg of cement).

Bag 230.00

3. Cold worked deformed bars tonne 33000.00

tonne 33000.00

tonne 35000.00

tonne 35000.00

8. Diesel

Fuel

kg each

Lit

800.00

10.00

36.69

9. Petrol Lit 49.10

If the issue rates of above materials/Fuels (S.No. 1 to 11) are higher than the rates given above, the provision for extra cost of these materials shall be made in the estimate. For percentage rate tender, the issue rate of cement shall be applicable as specified in schedule of rates.

12. Whenever some or all the materials are supplied by the Department, it will be open to the authority inviting tenders to specify clearly whether rates are to be quoted for completed items or only for labour charges.

13. Rates provided in the schedule are based o availability of water from tap or well or natural sources. If water is not available within 100-m provision shall be made in the estimate for lead of water as provided in the schedule. This will, however, not be payable on contract works (percentage rate tender or item rate tender or piecework or lump sum contracts) as a separate item.

In case of item rate tenders, the provision made for extra water lead charges can be considered while arriving at the estimated rate of each item of the schedule of quantity of the items put to tender as this would not result in payment of extra water lead as a separate item.

14. The items of work to be adopted for execution of works shall be based on design requirements and type of works.

For example:-

(a) The steel reinforcement shall be of the type provided in the design, if not available the structure may be redesigned taking into consideration the stresses of the type of steel to be used so that permissible stresses may develop in concrete and reinforcement.

(b) The circular issued by the Superintending Engineer, Bodhi O/o Engineer-in-Chief, Water

Resources Department, Raipur regarding use of various types of strength concrete in foundation and super structure of dam, bridges, and buildings should be followed. Strict quality control should be ensured. However, on small works nominal mix for concrete can be used, with prior written permission of the Chief Engineer / Superintending

Engineer.

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(c) For buildings, the chimney burnt bricks involving longer leads shall be normally used only when design considerations warrant with the written permission of the Chief Engineer /

Superintending Engineer.

15. (a) Work shall be executed strictly in accordance with the specifications issued by Bodhi from time to time.

(b) Wherever any reference is made to any IS in the schedule it shall be taken as reference to the latest edition with all amendments issued thereto.

16. The controlled concrete of various grades (M10, M15, M20, M25) shall confirm to IS :

456-2000 (third revision). Letter M refers to the mix and number to the specified characteristic compressive strength of 15-cm cube at 28 days, expressed in N / mm2.

17. For better quality control on works necessary field/laboratory tests shall be carried out as specified in Appendix XII – “List of mandatory tests”.

18. In the interpretation of description of items or rates of the schedule of rates and specifications, the decision of the Engineer in Chief shall be final.

19. The estimates for works should be prepared on the basis of schedule of rates (S.O.R.) for comparison of tendered rates with common datum throughout the department.

20. The labour rates adopted for preparation of S.O.R. are exclusive of provision for weekend holiday.

21. The rates given in the schedule of rates are in Indian Rupees and Paisa.

22. Pozzolona cement is now being widely produced all over country. This may be used for canal lining and Hydraulic Structures in contact with water as per I.S. code. In specific cases requiring higher grade of strength, use of Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) should be invariably ensured.

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CHAPTER 1 – LABOUR RATES AND DAILY WAGES

Notes :-

1 (a) Labour rates, to be paid will refer to the class of work done and not to the person employed.

(b) The daily labour rates shall be arrived at by dividing the monthly rate by 30 and the quotient so arrived at after being rounded off to the next 10 paisa, shall be the daily rate exclusive of remuneration for weekly holiday. Hence separate payment shall be admissible for week-end-holiday.

2. The rates for skilled labour are inclusive of necessary tools which are normally carried by them, for carrying on their profession. The carpenter should bring all carpentry tools such as handsaw, pliers, square, drill, scale etc. mason should bring shovel, plumb bob thread and sprit level, bar bender should bring chisel and hammer, bar binder should bring pliers and wire twisting tool and artist should bring all required brushes for precision work. These examples are illustrative and not exhaustive.

3. The total wages payable to each labour on NMR shall be rounded off to the nearest rupees.

4. (a) The rates are for a working day of eight hours unless specified otherwise.

(b) In exceptional circumstances where work has to be continued beyond 8 hours in a day, the payment for over-time should be on hourly basis at double the hourly rate worked out from normal daily wages of 8 hours. Prior sanction of the Executive Engineer should be obtained, wherever possible, failing which urgent intimation should be given to the S.E. /

E.E. before the work is actually started. Written confirmation of EE’s approval to the work should invariably be obtained from C.E./ S.E. immediately after the start of such emergent works.

5. The rates for hiring cart or truck on Km basis should be paid only when :-

(a) The article or articles transported are not one full cart load (half - tonne) or one full truck load (seven-and-a-half-tonne) but are less than that too in emergency when departmental truck is not available, with the written permission of the Executive

Engineer.

(b) Such articles are transported for which there is no rate available in the schedule of rates.

6. (a) Where more that one grade have been given, the Assistant Engineer is empowered to engage labour of Grade II and Grade III categories. For engagement of Grade I category prior sanction of the Executive Engineer should be obtained.

(b) Grade-I, rates are for persons having experience of more than 5 years in the trade.

(c) Grade-I Carpenter / Mason / Plumber shall be engaged for following works-

Carpenter-For door/ window/ frames, shutters and similar types of work.

Mason - for cut stone work, first class brick masonry, face stone masonry (for dams) and similar types of work.

Plumber - for sanitary fittings, sewerage work and superior fittings.

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7. Wherever monthly scales have been fixed by the State Government, the labour should be ordinarily employed for not more than one month but the period can be extended by the Executive Engineer up to 89 days beyond which approval of the Chief Engineer/

Superintending Engineer shall be necessary.

(d) For engaging Diver and Well Sinker prior sanction of the Chief Engineer/ Superintending

Engineer should be obtained.

8. For underground works involved in tunnels, shafts, surge shafts, audits and drifts the rates of labour deployed should be up to 50% above the normal labour rates.

9. The daily labour rates, for various categories of labour provided in this chapter, shall be sanctioned by the Superintending Engineers for works under their circle within the limits of the revenue division in accordance with the rates, fixed from time to time by the committee, constituted by the State Government vide their labour department notification

No.4/C/16/18 labour 16, dated 16-11-1978 under the chairmanship of divisional commissioner and shall be enforced from the date notified by the said committee.

The copy of the sanction may be endorsed in the Water Resources Department besides officers of other department as follows:-

The Secretary, Water Resources Department, C.G. Raipur.

The concerned Chief Engineer.

The Superintending Engineer Bodhi, O/o Engineer-in-Chief, Water Resources

Department, C.G., Raipur.

The Executive Engineers of the Circle (in 15 copies) for distribution to all concerned in division office.

All Sub-Divisional Officers (in 10 copies) for distribution to concerned staff including Sub-

Engineers.

10. The following Acts of the Central Government with latest amendments thereto and rules made there under may be referred to :-

 Minimum Wages Act, 1948

 Workman’s Compensation Act, 1928

 Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970

Item No.

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Unskilled :

101 (b)

101 (c)

Skilled :

103 (a)

103 (b)

Category Remarks

(1) Mate or Head Mazdoor, (2) Asstt, Boatman, (without boat) (3) Asstt. Cook, (4) Asstt. Line man. (5) Bar

Binder, (6) Bhishty with mashak, (7) Blow boy (adult),

(8) Chowkidar, (9) Cleaner or Conductor or Helper (for trucks and heavy transport vehicles) (10) Fireman,

(11)Gauge reader, (12) Gardner Gd.II. (13) Helper to plumber, (14) Oilman Gd.I (for rated machinery),

(15)Pump Attendant (not operator), (16) Saw man or

Helper to Carpenter, (17) Store Attendant, (18) Switch

Board Attendant, (19) Tar Handler, (20) Watchman.

Grade “B”

(1) Mazdoor (Male or Female). (2) Dak Runner,

(3)Khallasi (4) Oilman Gd. II (for non-rated machinery

(5) Rig man or Mast man for Drilling unit, (6) Sweeper

(7) Waterman.

Boy or Girl Mazdoor (not below 14 years)

(1)Asstt. Fitter, (2) Asstt. Moulder, (3) Asstt. Welder

(4)Auger man, (5) Bandhani with implements,

(6)Boatman (without boat) (7) Cane weaver, (8)Cobbler,

(9) Elec. Fitter (10) Field Asstt. Abhiyana/Soil testing

(Metric) (11) Floor polisher, (12) Gardner Grade

II(Trained) (13) Gauge reader (Matric), (14) Glazier,

(15) Hammer or Crowbar man (16 Laboratory

Technician Gd.-II (Matric). (17) Pneumatic

Hammerman; (18)Tar sprayer, (19)Tile Turner,

(20)Timekeeper (Matric) (21) Tool Mistry

Grade “A”

(1) Artist for Models and Charts, (2)Black smith Gd.I

(3)Carpenter Gd.I (4) Cook, (5) Electrician-Auto Diesel

(rated equipment), (6) Mason Gd.I, (7) Plumber Gd.I,

(8)Shovel dragline Operator Gd.I (9) Senior Mechanic

(for workshop), (10)Special Gate Mechanic.

Grade “B”

(1) Asstt. Electrician, (2) Compressor/Crusher Operator

Gd.I, (3) Core Drill Operator Gd.I, (4) Driller Gd.I,

(5)Driver (6)Dumper Operator Gd.I, (7)Mechanic (for workshop), (8)Gate mechanic Gd.I (9) Fitter Gd.I.

(10)Operator for truck trailor, (20-tonne and above)

(11)Pump Operator Gd.I (for pumps of above 100 HP)

(12)Research Assistant (M.Sc./B.Sc. Ist Division), (13)

Item No.

103 (c)

103 (d)

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Category Remarks

Rigour labour, (14) Scrapper or Dozer Operator Gd.-I,

(15) Shovel/Dragline Operator Gd.II, (16) Tractor

Operator Gd.-I(chain type), (17)Turner Gd.-I,

(18)Upholstery maker (19)Well sinker, (20)Wireman

(overhead), (21)Wireman (underground work) Gd.I

Grade “C”

(1) Black smith Gd.II, (2) Blaster (License holder). (3)

Bench Fitter, (4) Carpenter Gd.II, (5) Compressor/

Crusher Operator Gd.II. (6)Core Drill Operator Gd.II, (7)

Driver for light vehicles, (8)Driver for truck,(9)Driller

Gd.II, (10)Driller-Jack Hammer, (11) Dumper Operator

Gd.II (12) Fitter Gd.II,(13)Gate Mechanic Gd.II,

(14)Generator Operator Gd.I, (15)Laboratory

Technician Gd.II (B.Sc.), (16)Mason Gd.II (17)Mixer

S. No. (19) to be employed for higher quality figuring or lettering.

Operator, (18)Moulder Gd.I (19)Painter Special Grade

(20)Plumber Gd.II, (21)Pump Operator Gd.II (for pumps of 25 to 100 H.P.) (22) Road roller Driver

(Diesel/Steam), (23)Scraper/Dozer operator Grade II,

(24)Tailor with machine, (25)Tractor operator Grade II

(Chain type), (26)Turner Grade II, (27)Tractor operator

(Wheel type), (28)Vibrator operator, (29)Welder GradeI,

(30)Wire man (Industries), (31)Wireman (under ground work) Grade II.

Grade “D”

(1)Amin (Qualified) (2)Asstt. Electrician. (3)Asstt.

Mechanic, (4)Asstt. Wireman, (5)Bar Bender (6)Bench

Fitter, (7)Carpenter Gd.III (8)Compressor/Crusher

Operator Gd.II (9) Driller Gd. III, (10)Generator

Operator Gd.II (11) Mason’ Gd.III, (12)Moulder Gd. II

(13)Painter Gd.I (14)Pump Operator Gd. III (for pumps below 25HP), (15)Supervisor, Survey Attendant (ITI

Certificate holder). (16)Thatcher, (17) Tracer (qualified),

(18) Tubewell Operator, (19) Welder Gd. II,

(20)Wireless/Telephone Operator, (21)Wireman

(Domestic), (22)White or Colour Washing Mason,

(23)Wood Polisher.

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CHAPTER 2 – SURVEY AND INVESTIGATION

Notes :-

1. Survey shall be carried out departmentally and labour will be provided on labour contract

/ N.M.R. as per orders issued by Govt. from time to time. The progress of labour employed shall be checked with rates given in this chapter and if it is found necessary to carry out survey on tender, it can be done with prior approval of chief engineer.

2. Length of the survey will be measured along the lines on which particular type of survey is to be done. For example, for chain and compass survey, it would be the length along which the chaining and compassing is to be done. For levelling, it would be the total length of the lines along which levels are to be taken.

3. (a) The rate are based on the following average daily progress that can be normally achieved under average conditions by one survey party :-

Chain and compass survey

Levelling (above 15 m interval)

2 km

2 km

3 km

2.5 km

(b) The labour strength of one survey party for chain and compass survey considered in (a) above is 12 mazdoors (3 for ranging, 1 for preparing pegs, 1 pegman, 2 chainmen, 1 compass man, 2 axemen for removing obstacles, 1 waterman and 1 watchman for watch and ward of camp).

For leveling (above 15m interval) the labour strength considered is 8 mazdoors (2 chain and tape man, 1 staff man, 1 instrument man, 1 umbrella man, 1 waterman and 2 axe men for removing obstacles).

(c) In very difficult terrain and special circumstances where the progress may be less special sanction for the rate should be obtained from the Superintending Engineer and the provision for the same be made in the estimate.

4. (a) The items against which multiplying numbers suffixed by “R” have been given in the rates column, the payable rates on NMR shall be arrived at as per following formula –

Payable rate (in Rs) = R X Current labour rate (in Rs)

For example if Rs. 116.26 is the current labour rate for unskilled mazdoor, the payable rate for item 205 (a) will be 6 x Rs.116.26 = Rs. 697.56 per km. Say Rs. 697.60 per km.

(b) In (a) above, the current labour rate shall be the daily labour rate of unskilled mazdoor applicable in the area at the time of execution of work.

(c) The categories of labour other than unskilled mazdoor may also be engaged wherever required but the maximum payable rate shall not exceed the amount arrived at as per (a) above. The rates so arrived at shall be rounded off to the next rupee.

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(d) The multiplying numbers given under this chapter are exclusively for Survey and investigation work.

5. (a) The rate for item 202(6) does not include the cost of blasting materials.

(b) When depth of the trial pit or trial trench exceeds 1.5 times the top width, 10% extra rate shall be payable for 202(1) to (7) as per item 202(10)

6. (a) The theodolite shall invariably by used for survey and setting of curves for irrigation channels carrying discharge above 1 cumec and layout of important structures etc.

(b) The chaining of final alignment shall be done with due precision preferable after setting of curves.

(c) The surveyed alignments and cross-sections shall also be marked on village maps.

(d) The cross-sections for catchments area survey may be taken at 150m interval. The ridgeline and cross-sections may also be marked on village maps for computation of catchments area.

(e) The survey party for double leveling shall be headed by the S.D.O.

(f) While checking progress of NMR/contract work, the completion of plotting, wherever required shall also be ensured.

7. The items 211 and 212 shall be payable, when construction of temporary approach road is considered necessary by the Chief Engineer/ Superintending Engineer. Prior written sanction of the Chief Engineer/ Superintending Engineer is necessary which will include the width (2.5m or 3.8m) and type (non-hilly or hilly terrain) of road in different lengths as considered necessary.

(a) For execution of item 215, one Sub Engineer Unit may engage a maximum of one Amin.

(Qualified) or Survey Attendant (ITI certificate holder), One field Asstt. Abhiyana (Matric) or Time-Keeper (metric) and 3 mazdoors, item 215 shall be executed on prior written sanction of the Chief Engineer/ Superintending Engineer, specifying the number of Sub-

Engineer units in each Sub Division and the period for which they are to be engaged which shall be issued by first week of proceeding month quarter wise (Jan. to March,

April to June, July to Sept. and Oct to Dec.) after assessment of work.

8. To carry out survey for item number 204 to 207 by Total Station Electronic Instrument the rates will be increased by 15% for Computer Engineer, other computer staff, computer stationary & plotting by computer as directed by Engineer-In-Charge & additional 10% for profit of the contractor.

9. The following Indian Standards may be referred to :-

IS No. Title

273-1990

1492-1970

1759-1986

Picks and beaters (Third revision) reaffirmed 2006

Metric surveying chains (first revision) (with 2 amendments)

(Reaffirmed 1998)

Powrahs (Second revision) reaffirmed 2002

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1779-1961

1842-1961

1955-1961

1957-1961

2288-1963

2976-1964

2988-1995

4080-1994

4590-1980

5497-1983

5510-1969

8330-2004

4-Metre levelling staff, folding type (reaffirmed 2006)

Surveying chain pins (arrows) (reaffirmed 2006)

Prismatic compass, liquid (Reaffirmed 2006)

Prismatic compass , non-liquid (reaffirmed-2006)

Ranging rods (reaffirmed 2006)

Optical theodolite (reaffirmed 2000)

Venire theodolite (with 3 amendments) (reaffirmed 2007)

Specification for Vertical staff gauges. (reaffirmed 2000)

Secondary level (First revision) (reaffirmed 2006)

Guide for topographical surveys for river valley projects. (reaffirmed 2005)

Guide for soil survey for river valley projects (reaffirmed 2005)

Telescopic tripod for surveying instruments.

Item No. Item

201

202

Dag-belling in all types of soil :

(a) Single spade stroke (minimum 75 mm deep)

(b) Double spade “V” shaped stroke (100 mm deep)

Trial pit or trial trench excavation as per various items of chapter 4 :-

(1) Item 401 (a)

(2) Item 401 (b)

(3) Item 402

(4) Item 403

(5) Item 404

(6) Item 405 (a)

(7) Item 405 (b)

(8) Item 407 (a) (iv)

(9) Item 407 (b) (iv)

(10) Item 410

(11) Item 411 (a)

Unit Rate Remarks

m 0.02 m 0.03 cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum

0.55 R

0.75 R

1.00 R

2.00 R

3.20 R

4.70 R

6.60 R

0.50 R cum cum

0.68 R

10% of item 202

(1) to 202

(7) cum 30% of item 202

(1) to 202

(3)

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Item No. Item

203

204

205

(12) Item 411 (b)

(13) Item 412

(14) Item 413

(15) Item 414

(16) Item 416 (a)

(17) Item 416 (b)

(18) Item 416 (c)

(19) Item 416 (d)

(20) Item 416 (e)

Boring holes with auger in all types of soil up to 5 m depth below G.L. including collecting samples :-

(a) 200 mm dia

(b) 250 mm dia

(c) 300 mm dia

(a) Chain and compass survey

(i) Headworks -

(ii) Canals

(b) Chain and the odolite survey :-

(i) Headworks

(ii) Canals

(c) Theodolite work involving fixing of stones at every tenth chain, tangent, apex and vertex point of final alignment

Fly levelling for fixing temporary bench marks :-

(a) Up to 15m interval

(b) Above 15 m interval

Unit Rate

cum 8% of item 202

(4) to 202

(7) cum cum

0.04 R

0.06 R sq.m cum cum

Cum

0.08 R

0.04 R

0.11 R

0.15 R

Cum

Cum

0.20 R

0.25 R

Remarks

M

M

M

Km

1.30 R Augers will be supplied by the

Deptt.

1.70 R

2.00 R

Km

Km

Km

6.00 R

4.00 R

6.00 R

4.00 R

Km 12.00R

(i) below 5 m interval

Km

Km

6.00 R

3.00 R

Km 10.00 R For basin survey and dam seat survey.

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Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

207

208

(ii) 5 to 10 m interval

(iii) more than 10 but up to 15m interval

(iv) above 15m interval

(b) Canals -

(i) below 5 m interval

Km

Km

Km

Km

8.00 R

6.00 R

4.00 R

8.00 R For command survey and canal survey, including survey for C.D. woks

(ii) 5 to 10 m interval

(iii) more that 10 but up to 15m interval.

(iv) above 15m interval

Double levelling for transfer of bench marks-

(a) up to 15m interval

(b) above 15 m interval

Km

Km

Km

6.40 R

4.80 R

3.20 R

Km

Km

24.00 R

12.00 R

Standard bench marks as per type design

8 of water Resources Deptt :-

(a) Providing MS plate of size 12x1

2x0.6cm and 2 Nos. anchor bolts of 10 mm dia and 30cm length including shaping and welding etc., complete.

Each 48.00 Drawing enclosed vide

Appendix- Iv

Each 338.00 (b) Cost of cement, metal and sand (for

0.13 cum 1:2:4 cc)

(c) Labour for excavation (any type of soil) mixing, laying and curing of concrete including erection and removal of form work and fixing of MS plate.

(d) Cost of water for mixing and curing of concrete

Each 2.00R

209 White washing and figuring of Each 50.00 Drawing benchmarks as per type design 7 of

Water Resources Department. enclosed vide

Appendix V

210 Benchmark as per type design 6 of Water

Resources Department.

Drawing enclosed vide

Appendix VI

Each 119.00 (a) Bench mark stone of size 15x15x75 cm of 1:2:4 RCC including cost of steel

(b) Erection and fixing (embedding 45 cm depth of stone with 15cm concrete all around and in bottom) -

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213

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

214 Catchment area survey-

(a) Chain and compass survey along ridge line

(b) Levelling along ridgeline and corss – sections.

215

216 per item

206(b)

Survey for Govt. or private buildings

Kachha, pucca houses or wells including taking detailed measurements thereof, measuring components like fencing etc., and entering in register, sketching, if required, noting specifications for foundation plinths, superstructure, roofing, flooring and doors and windows etc., directly at site.

Note 7A

Resistively survey for selection of site for

Dug well/Tube well Dug cum bore well including all required material/equipment, transportation of all connected items for three sounding at one site.

1 site 2300.00

217 Labour only for item 216 for Resistively survey work for selection of site for Dug well/Tube well/Dug cum bore well for three soundings at one site.

1 site 9.00 R

218

(i)

(ii)

(viii) C.O.D.

Testing of water sample for 26 parameters including required chemicals, glass ware and equipments.

Electrical conductivity

Total dissolved solid

(iii) PH

(iv) Sodium

(v) Pottasium

(vi) Turbidity

(vii) Sulphate per sample per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

76.00

123.00

76.00

243.00

243.00

72.00

172.00

404.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit

(x) Flouride

(xii) Phosphate

(xiii) Silicate

(xiv) B.O.D.

(xv)

(xvii)

(xviii) Carbonate

(xix) Bicarbonate

(xxi) Calcium

(xxii)

Total Suspended Solid

Free Carbon Dioxide

Magnesium

(xxiii) Chloride

(xxv)

219

Coliform Total

(xxvi) Iron

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Labour only for general reconnaissance survey of the total geographical area for tracing out the forest area, hillock and area suitable for detailed study. Study of strata of wells and also selection of representative wells of the area for ground water survey purposes only.

Sq km

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Per sample

Rate

248.00

Remarks

188.00

251.00

253.00

260.00

630.00

123.00

105.00

125.00

125.00

126.00

128.00

126.00

435.00

127.00

422.00

532.00

444.00

0.2R

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Item No. Item

220

221

222

223

224

Labour only for systematic geological investigation for ground water survey purpose including carrying instrument at site breaking and collection of rock sample etc complete

(a) Labour only for well inventory for regular observation well (O.W.) at regular interval in each season complete where distance between two O.W. is not more than 1 Km.

Unit

Sq km

Per well

(b) Labour only for well inventory of regular permanent observation well

(P.O.W.) at regular interval, in each season complete, where distance

Per well between two P.O.W. is not less than 10 km.

Labour only for interference study of wells complete for ground water survey purpose only

Per job

Labour only for collection of water samples for chemical analysis for wells in

Per sample area of 10 sq. Km. per day two Nos. samples.

(a) Pumping test of well departmentally with 5 HP pump. Only for ground water draw down observation, including cost of

P.O.L. i.e. diesel, M. Oil, Lubricants etc. and cost of labour and all material complete.

(i) For Departmental Use

(ii) For semi Govt. & private Use:

(b) Pumping test of well departmentally with 10 HP pump. Only for ground water draw down observation, including cost of

P.O.L. i.e. diesel, M. Oil, Lubricants etc. and cost of labour and all material complete.

Per hour

Per hour

(i) For Departmental Use

(ii) For semi Govt. & private Use:

Per hour

Per hour

Rate

0.8R

0.2R

2.0R

4.0R

0.5R

140.00

179.00

Remarks

231.00

294.00

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CHAPTER 3 – JUNGLE CLEARANCE

Notes :-

1. Rates cover all costs of tools and plants required for clearance of jungle and felling of trees, including uprooting, stacking the cut and felled-material within a lead of 50 m.

2. Girth of trees shall be generally measured at one meter above the ground level unless otherwise specified.

3. In case of jungle clearance, felling and uprooting of trees, it is not possible to measure work after clearance and uprooting, unless initial records of jungle and trees to be felled are maintained. Therefore the area to be cleared an trees to be felled and uprooted should be marked at site in advance and recorded in measurement book by the

Sectional Officer and checked by the S.D.O., before the work is commenced. Final measurements should be entered by the Sectional Officer and checked by the S.D.O.

4.

5.

6.

Shrub jungle includes trees up to 20cm. girth.

No useful wood is expected to be available from shrub jungle clearance.

The wood obtained by the Department shall be auctioned after one notice, if it is not required by the department, alternatively it shall be handed over to the Forest or

Revenue Department.

7. Where the jungle belongs to the Forest Department, it should generally be got cleared and disposed off by the Forest Department unless otherwise ordered by the Executive

8.

9.

Engineer in writing for special reasons.

For survey and Investigation, the item 301 is not payable.

For items 205 to 207 of Chapter 2- “Survey and Investigation,” the jungle clearance is not payable.

10. For Item 204 of Chapter 2 “Survey and Investigation“ no separate payment for Jungle clearance is payable. However, when the alignments are passing through medium & thick jungle and its clearance is considered necessary by the Executive Engineer, the payment for jungle clearance can be made, depending upon the type of jungle involved, for width not exceeding 1.5m for alignments and 1 m for cross sections on specific prior written sanction of the Executive Engineer, which will include the type of jungle clearance to be done in different lengths and widths as considered necessary. For survey work, under item, 303 and 304 uprooting is not payable and accordingly payment be made as per item No. 309.

11. Separate payment for ordinary jungle clearance is not payable as extra item during survey.

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306

Item No. Item

301

302

303

304

305

307

308

309

Site clearance of grass and crops including rooting out.

Medium shrub jungle clearance (25% to

50% area covered by shrubs) involving removal of grass, shrubs, bushes and twigs including rooting out.

Cutting and felling of trees including uprooting of trees to the required depth

(minimum depth one m) and cutting of trees into pieces and removing and stacking-

(a) Girth over 20 cm up to 60cm

(b) Girth over 60 cm up to 90 cm

(c) Girth over 90 cm up to 120 cm

(d) Girth over 120 cm up to 150 cm

Each

66.00

Each

131.00

Each

197.00

Each

394.00

(e) Girth over 150 cm up to 180 cm

Add for every additional increase of 30cm in girth beyond 180cm in item 305(e) above

Each

526.00

Each

164.00

Deduct from items 305(a) to 305(e) and

306 above for uprooting not done. of the items

305&

306

Uprooting of roots of trees including removing and stacking (Girth to be measured at G.L.)

Deduct from items 302 to 304 for uprooting not done.

Unit

Per sqm

Ordinary shrub jungle (area below 25% covered by shrubs) clearance involving removal of grass, shrubs and twigs, including rooting out.

Per sqm

Per sqm

Thick shrub jungle clearance (area above

50% covered by shrubs) involving removal of grass, shrubs, bushes and twigs including rooting out.

Per sqm

Rate

0.60

1.10

0.10

0.20 of the items

305 &

306 the items

302 to

304

Remarks

For survey work the rate restricted as per note 10 and as per item No.309.

For survey work the rate restricted as per note 10 and as per item No. 309

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CHAPTER 4-EXCAVATION AND EARTHWORK

Notes :-

1. Measurements- (A) Measurements of earthwork will be taken by cross sectional measurements. Only when such measurements are not possible, pit measurements may be taken, but full measurements will be checked by E.E.

In Case of cross sectional measurements the following deductions shall be made:-

(a)Earth work rolled, watered and compacted at optimum moisture content to maximum dry density.

(i) For embankment founded on unyielding (rock) foundations.

(ii) For embankment founded on compressible (soil) foundation

(b) Earthwork rolled and watered (light rolling, i.e. by non – powered rollers/hand ramming). deduction to be made in completed sectional measurement addition to designed height for shrinkage allowance

0.99 1.00

1.96 2.00

10.00 11.00

(c) Earth work rolled and not watered (light rolling i.e. by non – powered rollers/hand ramming).

(d) Earthwork neither rolled nor watered.

15.00 18.00

20.00 25.00

(e) Earthwork neither rolled nor watered in case of 25.00 33.00 clayey soils like Kankar soil or black cotton soil.

(B) The above percentages shall be reduced to the following extent if measurements have been taken after –

(a) One rainy season has passed. 50%

(b) Two rainy seasons have passed.

(c) More than two rainy seasons have passed.

30%

12.5%

(C) The length, breadth and depth (or height) shall be measured correct to the nearest cm. If the measurements are taken with level and staff, the levels shall be recorded correct to

5mm. The area shall be calculated in Sq.m. correct to two places of decimal and cubical contents in cum correct to two places of decimal.

(D) In case, measurements of rock in pit excavation are not possible, the measurements shall be taken as stack measurements. The excavated material shall be stacked properly and separate payment for stacking is not admissible. Deduction shall be made for voids at the rate of 40% of the volume of stack measurements to reduce them to pit measurements.

For accounting the excavated hard rock (inclusive of 40% voids), giving due consideration to unavoidable wastage, the quantity of utilisable rock to be recorded in books shall be 1.30 times (inclusive of 16% voids) the quantity paid in excavation (solid

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rock cut). No further reduction for wastage is permissible. The finished item should be matched with the above quantity.

For Example:-

Hard rock-cut (solid volume) from excavation 1.00 cum

Quantity of utilisable rock (for rubble, pitching stones etc.) to be

Recorded in books with 16% voids

Same if converted into metal including 8% voids

1.30 cum

1.20 cum

Effort required for excavation shall be the criteria for classification of strata and power for classification of strata during excavation shall remain with Executive Engineer wherever, material to be received from. Hard rock excavation is not likely to be useful for breaking metal for Civil engineering works, verification of Chief Engineer/ Superintending Engineer before payment will be necessary.

2 Classification of Strata :-

(a) Soft or ordinary soil – Generally any soil which yields to the ordinary application of pick and shovel, or to spade, rake or other digging implement, such as vegetable or organic soil, turf , gravel, sand, silt, loam, clay, peat, etc.

(b) Hard Soil : - Includes all materials which can be removed with shovel or spade after loosening with pick axe, such as clay, soil mixed with lime kankar, black cotton soil for earthen bound, soft moorum etc.

(c) Hard moorum and moorum mixed with boulders :- Generally any material which requires the close application of picks, jumpers or scarifies to loosen, such as hard and compact moorum and soft shale. Moorum or soil mixed with small boulder not exceeding 25% in quantity and each less than 0.014 cum (300mm dia or 1/70 cum) but more than 0.004 cum in size.

“Boulder is a rock fragment usually rounded by weathering, disintegration or exfoliation or abrasion by water or by ice found lying loose on the surface or embedded in river bed, soil, talus, slope wash, and terrace material of dissimilar origin.”

(d) Disintegrated Rock :- Includes such strata’s which require the close application of crow bars, picks, grafting tools and scarifies in suitable combination for its excavation such as soft laterite, soft conglomerate, hard shale, soft copra, hard and compacted moorum mixed with small boulders exceeding 25% in quantity but each not exceeding 0.014 cum in size.

(e) Soft Rock :- Comprises of the following :-

(i) Boulders (dia more than 300mm but not greater than 0.50 cum in volume), hard laterite, hard copra and hard conglomerate or other rock which may be quarried or split with crow bars, with casual blasting , if required, for loosening of strata.

(ii) Any rock which in dry state may be hard, requiring blasting, but when wet becomes soft and manageable by means other than blasting.

(f) Hard rock (requiring blasting) : - Any rock or boulder (more than 0.5 cum in volume) which requires use of mechanical plant or blasting for excavation or splitting.

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(g) Hard rock (Blasting prohibited) :- Hard rock requiring blasting as described under (f) but where blasting is prohibited for any reason and excavation has to be carried out by chiseling , wedging or any other agreed method.

3. Authority for classification: - The classification shall be decided by the Executive

Engineer and his decision shall be final.

4. Dressing: - (a) Dressing is normally required at one place i.e. at the place of excavation or at the place of filling, hence the rates provided in the schedule include dressing only once, either at the place of cut or at the place of fill. In case of canal excavation, where earth is reused at or near the same place and for the same work, in such case only one dressing which is already included in the basic rates is admissible, even though the dressing is actually needed at both the places i.e. at the place of cut and at the place of fill, while additional rate for trimming in cutting only will be payable.

(b) In case, dressing is not done either in cut or in fill or both, full rate for dressing will be reduced.

(c) No separate payment for dressing or trimming of spoil bank (s) and borrow area(s) shall be made.

5. Trimming: - (a) This comprises of removing grass and grass roots, touching the uneven surface to a uniform surface (either horizontal or slopping), by scrapping off high patches and filling in low patches with the scraped soil. The maximum depth of cutting or filling not exceeding 15cm.

(b) This item of work shall however, not be payable for roadwork, maintenance of approach roads, service roads, etc. as well as where payment for dressing in earth work/excavation has already been made.

6. Wet excavation: - Extra rate for excavation will be payable only for excavation below sub-soil water level. Trial pits shall be dug in the area where excavation is required to be done. The steady water level in the trial pits which is left undisturbed for 48 hours before the pumping operations are started, shall be considered as sub-soil water level in the area.

7.

8.

Rates for items 401 to 409 include 50-m. free lead and 1.5m. free lift.

Lifts: - by head load is payable only up to 100m. lead for earthen bunds and for earth work in canals in filling where dam specifications are to be followed.

(a) Lift for all modes of handling has to be measured in a upward direction, i.e. when the materials are moved against the force or gravity.

(b) All lifts shall be calculated on the basis of designed sections for earthen dam embankment i.e. it would be excluding shrinkage allowance.

(c) Lift will be calculated on the height of the centre of gravity of the lifted material above the average of stripped / benched levels of the dam / embankment. The average benched / stripped level shall be the average of all levels at every 5m or shorter interval along the cross section in the bottom width grid of the embankment which received the earthwork or shorter interval.

(d) For working out extra lift payable, the initial 1.5-m free lift shall be deducted.

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(e) In the case of earthwork for canals in partial or full cutting, lift will be calculated on the completed section of the work done from the centre of gravity of the cutting portion to the centre of gravity of embankment minus the 1.5 m. free lift.

(f) In the case of canal excavation, where spoil bank is formed in number of sections, More than one, the quantity in each spoil bank has to be fitted into the canal excavation. The lifts payable will be for the centre of gravity of excavated portion to the centre of gravity of the corresponding spoil bank minus the 1.5 m free lift.

(g) No negative (downward) lift shall be payable for earthwork excavation.

(h) The estimate for earthen dams embankment be sanctioned on the basis of approved designs considering utilisation of useful available materials from excavation of approach/spill channel(s) . The estimate for approach/spill channel(s) be sanctioned only for the balance excavation which cannot be utilised. The payment shall also be made accordingly. For the entire excavated materials of approach / spill channel(s) , lift is payable from the centre of gravity of the excavated portions to the centre of gravity of the banks and deduction of 1.5m free lift shall be made to work out the extra lift payable

(i) If the earthwork in dam embankment is done by more than one agency, then the centre of gravity of the overall section has to be calculated and the extra lift worked out as per method given in (c) above. For the payment of extra lift for the subsequent agency, the previous quantity and the amount of payment for extra lift shall be deducted. In no case, the payment for extra lift to the different agencies shall exceed the payment as if the entire work was done by one agency.

(j) The methods of determining the total lift involved and the extra lift payable, for five different cases, considering one m. length of section, is given below :-

I. Embankment Section-

NOT TO SCALE

ALL DIMENSIONS IN METER

Quantity of earthwork for

Which extra lift is payable

=

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1x (97.8 + 4.8) / 2 x18.6

C.G. of Section

Extra lift payable

II. Cutting Section (Soil or rock cut)

=

= (2x46.5x18.6 / 2x18.6/3 + 4.8 x 18.6 x 18.6

G.L.

6.49 – 1.50 = 4.99 m i.e. 17 lifts of 0.3m.

NOT TO SCALE

ALL DIMENSIONS IN METER

Quantity of earthwork for =1 x (7+2) / 2 x10 = 45 Cum.

Which extra lift is payable

C.G. of Section ABDC(G-1) ={(2x2.5x10/2x10/3)+(2x10x10/2)} / {(7+2)/2x10)}

=4.074 m below G.L.

Extra lift payable =4.074-1.50=2.574m i.e. 9 lifts of 0.3m each for 45 cum

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III. Cutting Section (Soil and rock cut)

NOT TO SCALE

ALL DIMENSIONS IN METER

(1) For hard soil / moorum = 1x (7.0 + 4.0)/ 2x6.0 = 33 cum.

Strata i.e. first 6.0 m depth

Quantity on earth work for

Which extra lift is payable

(Section ABGH) –

C.G. of section ABGH (G - 1) = (2 X 1.5X6/2 X 6/ 3+4 X 6X6/2) / ((7+4)/ 2X6)

= 2.727 m below G.L.

Extra lift payable = 2.727- 1.50 = 1.227 m. i.e. 5 lifts of 0.3 m each for 33.00 cum

(ii) For soft rock cut strata i.e form 6.0 m to 10.0 m depth.

Quantity of rock cut for which = 1x (4.0 + 2.0) / 2x4

Extra lift is payable (section

HGDC)

= 12.00 Cum.

C.G. of Sect ion HGDC (G-2) = (2 x 1 x 4 / 2 x 4 / 3 + 2 x 4 x 4 / 2)

/

((4 + 2) / 2 x 4)

= m

Extra lift payable = 6.0 + 1.778 – 1.5

6.278 m Say 6.28m i.e. 21 lifts of 0.3 m each for

12.0 Cum quantity.

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IV Canal section – Partial cut and fill –

Note: Quantity of cutting is more than quantity of filling required.

Quantity of cutting section

ABDC

Section FEDC

Total quantity in cutting

Quantity for right bank.

Quantity for left bank

Quantity for right spoil bank

Quantity for left spoil bank

Total quantity check

C.G. of cutting of section

FEDBAC

(G-1)

NOT TO SCALE

ALL DIMENSIONS IN METER

C.G. of right bank (G-2)

C.G. of left bank (G-3)

C.G. of right spoil bank (G-4)

= 1 x (4.75 + 22.75) / 2 x 6.0

= 82.50 cum

= 1X (27.05 +32.95 )/2X1.90

= 57.0 cum

= 82.50 + 57.0 = 139.50 cum.

= 1x(2.4 + 4.2 ) / 2x0.60

= 1.98 cum (1)

= 1x (4.9 + 6.7) / 2 x 0.60

= 3.48 cum (2)

= 1 x (10.80 + 22.80) / 2 x 4

= 67.20 cum (3)

= 1 x (10.71 + 22.71) / 2 x 4

= 66.84 cum (4)

= 1.98 + 3.48 + 67.20 + 66.84 = 139.50 cum

= [(2 x (9 x 6)/2 x (6/3 + 1.9) +4.75 x

6x(6+1.9)/ 2 + 2 X (2.95 X 1.9)/ 2 X 1.9 / 3 +

27 .05 X 1.9 X 1.9 / 2) ] / ( (2X9X6)) / 2+ (4.75

X 6) + (2 X 2.95 X 1.9 ) / 2 + (27.05 X 1.9))

= 2.886 m Say 2.89 m.

= (2 x (0.9 x 0.6)/ 2 x (0.6 / 3) + 2.4 x 0.6 x

(0.6) / 2) / ((4.2 + 2.4) / 2x0.6)

= 0.273 m Say 0.27 m.

= (2 x (0.9 x 0.6)/ 2 x (0.6 / 3)+(4.9 x 0.6 x

0.6/2) / (4.9 + 6.7) / 2x 0.6

= 0.284 m Say 0.28 m.

= (2 x (4x6) / 2 x 4/3 + 10.8 x 4x4 / 2 ) / ((22.80

+ 10.80) / 2x 4).

= 1.762 m Say 1.76 m.

C.G. of left spoil bank (G-5)

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= (2 x (4x6) / 2 x 4/3 + 10.71 x 4x4 / 2 ) /

((22.71 + 10.71) / 2x 4).

= 1.760 m Say 1.76 m. bank bank bank

Quantity of earth for which extra lift is payable (in cum).

Distance between C.G. of bank & the

C.G. of cutting in m.

2.89

+ 0.27

2.89

+ 0.28

2.89

+ 1.76

2.89

+ 1.76

Extra payable lift beyond the

Initial lift of 1.5 m.

1.66 1.67 3.15 3.15

Number of extra lifts 0.3 m. each payable 6 6

V. Canal Section – Partial cut and fills

Note – Quantity of cutting is less than the quantity of filling required.

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NOT TO SCALE

ALL DIMENSIONS IN METER

Quantity of cutting

Centre of gravity of cutting

G – 1

A.

= 1 x (4.75 + 13.75) / 2x3 = 27.75 cum

= (2 x (3 + 4.5)/ 2 x 3/3 + (4.75 / 2 x 3 x 3 ) /

(( 1 3.75 + 4.75) x 3 / 2 )

= 1.26 m below G.L.

Calculations for formation of Banks – Left Bank is to be 2.95 m high with top width as 5 m & side slopes as 1 in 1.5, hence the bottom width be 13.85 m. the height of this bank which could be formed from half of the quantity of cutting would be, X, which is solved mathematically.

27.75/2 = ((13.85 – 1.5 x 2 X) +13.85) x X / 2) or X = 27.70 ± (27.70

2

– 4x3x27.75)

½

2x3

X = 1.143 m say 1.14 m

= 27.70 ± (27.70

2

– 4 x 3 x 27.75)

½

2x3

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The balance height of 2.95 – 1.14 = 1.81 m shall be formed with earth borrowed. No extra lift would be payable for forming the bank from the height above. 1.14 m up to 1.5 m being included in the initial lift of excavation.

The right bank which has to be of 2.95 m height, top width of 1.5 m, side slopes of 1 In 1.5, the bottom width would be 10.35 m, and the height to which this bank with half the quantity of cutting could be formed would be y, which is solved mathematically.

27.75/2 = ((10.35 –2.0 x 0.5 x y+10.35) x Y/ 2) or y

= 20.70 ± [ (20.70)

^

2 – 4x3x27.75]

^

(

½

)

2x3

Hence, the balance height of 2.95 – 1.82 borrowed.

B. Earthwork quantity for left bank.

Y = 1.82 m

1.1 3 m shall be formed with earth

1. (a) From G. L. up to 1.14m

(b) From 1.14 m up to 2.95 m

Check total quantity for left bank.

= 1 x (13.85 + 10.43) / 2x1.14 = 13.84 cum

= 1 x (5.0 + 10.43 ) / 2 x (2.95 – 1.14) = 13.96 cum

= 13.84 + 13.96 = 27.80 cum or = 1 x (5 + 13.85) / 2 x 2.95 = 27.80 cum

C. Earth work quantity for right bank –

1. (a) From G. L. up to 1.82 m

height

(b) From 1.82 m up to 2.95 m height

Check total quantity for right bank.

= 1 x (10.35 + 4.89) / 2x1.82 = 13.87 cum

= 1 x (4.89+1.5 ) / 2 x (2.95 –1.82) = 3.61 cum

= 13.84 + 3.61 = 17.478 cum say 17.48 or = 1 x (1.5 + 10.35) / 2 x 2.95 = 17.48 cum

D. Center of gravity calculations –

1. Left Bank -

(a) From G. L. up to 1.14 m height (G -2)

(b) From 1.14 m up to 2.95 m

(G – 3)

2. Right Bank

(a) From G. L. up to 1.82 m height (G-5)

(b) From 1.82 m up to 2.95 m (G-6)

= (2 x (1.71 x 1.14)/ 2 x 1.14 / 3) + (10.43 x1.14 x 1.14) / 2 ) / (13.85+10.43)/ 2 x 1.14) = 0.54m

= (2 x (2.72 x 1.81) / 2 x (1.81 + 5) / 3 x 1.81 x

1.81 / 2) ) / (( 5 + 10.43) / 2 x 1.81) = 0.80 above

1.14 m.

= (2 x (2.73 x 1.82) / 2 x 1.82 / 3) + (4.89 x 1.82 x 1.82) / 2) / ((10.35 + 4.89) / 2 x 1.82 ) = 0.80 m

= (2x (1.7 x 1.13) / 2 x (1.13 / 3) + 1.5 x 1.13 x

1.13 / 2) / (4.89 + 1.15) / 2 x 1.13) = 0.465 or say

0.47 m above 1.82 m.

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S.

No

Item

(i) Earth Work Quantity for payment of extra lift (in cum)

(ii) C.G. in m. from cutting

Left

Bank

From

Cutting

From

Borrow

Right

Bank

From

Cutting

From

Borrow

13.84 13.96 13.87 3.61

Total

(iii) Number of extra lifts

Payable 0.3 m each.

1.26 1.14 1.26 1.82

0.54 0.80 0.80 0.47

1.80 1.94 2.06 2.20

1 2 2 2

(i) Lift is not admissible when the total distance exceeds 100m.

(9) Lead – (a) Extra lead for earthwork by head load beyond initial 50 m free lead will be payable for every additional 25m or part thereof up to a total distance of 100 m. The extra lead charges for earth work by head load beyond 50m. Free lead will be payable as per item 2903 of chapter 29 (Transportation of materials)

(b) In canal excavation the earth excavated from surplus reaches should be utilised in adjoining deficit reaches so that the land acquisition for disposal of surplus earth and borrow areas in deficit reaches is reduced to a minimum. Accordingly the surplus earth should be shifted to deficit reaches up to a total distance of 200m such that the surplus earth from excavation of items 401 and 402 is utilised in the nearest reach first. For this purpose on the basis of starting levels a shifting statement should be prepared which will form the basis for shifting of earth and computation of net payable quantity of earthwork and lead charges.

When there are no deficit where the surplus earth can be shifted, the surplus earth shall be disposed in a planned manner with due regard to drainage arrangement.

(c) The lead for earthwork shall be measured from the centre of borrow area (s) to the centre line of the dam/embankment and shall be measured as crow files, the crawly distance being measured from the geometrical centre of borrow area(s) to the centre of the dam/embankment . While calculating the lead for payment an additional five percent over the distance calculated above shall be added to cover circuitous path.

(10) Bailing out water :- (a) Rates do hot include any allowance for bailing out of water.

(b) For excavation done departmentally the bailing out of water, not requiring pumping shall be done as a separate item, as per actual expenses. The decision of the Executive

Engineer, as to whether or not pumping is necessary for bailing out water in any particular case, shall be deemed as final.

(11) Rates of items 401 to 409 include the following :-

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(a) Separation of serviceable and unserviceable material and depositing them separately in regular heaps or stacks as directed. Where stacking of material is done under

Specific orders of the Executive Engineer with a view to utilities the entire materials on other items of works, separate rate for stacking shall be payable.

(b) Forming (or leaving) ‘dead men’ or ‘tell-tales’ in borrow pits and their removal after measurements.

(c) Removing slips or falls in excavations.

(d) Forming (or leaving) steps in sides of deep excavation and their removal after measurements.

(e) Precautionary measures to be adopted in blasting as per I.S. 4081-1967 “Safety code of blasting” (as amended from time to time) and storing explosives as per “Explosives

Rules 1940” corrected up to date.

(12) Antiquities :- Any ancient carvings, relics of antiquity, coins or other curiosities which may be discovered or excavated are the property of Government and are to be delivered to the Engineer-in-Charge.

(13) Any vegetation, earth, moorum, sand, gravel, stone, debris, bricks, brickwork, concrete, masonry etc. obtained from excavation shall from the property of the Government.

(14) Silt Clearance :- (a) In irrigation channels no silt clearance may be necessary unless the slit is so much that the full supply discharge has encroached half or more of the free board provided. If this condition is satisfied and it is considered necessary to do the slit clearance, then the work may be taken up only after obtaining prior sanction to the estimate, prepared on the basis of L-Section, cross-sections at every 150m or less plotted on graph, duly compared with the completion sections, by the competent authority. In the report of the estimate, the reasons necessitating silt clearance, the date when this was done last in the said reach, with quantity may also be stated invariably. It would be necessary for the Chief Engineer/Superintending Engineer to certify that silt clearance is absolutely required.

(b) The estimate for removal of silt should be sanctioned separately and charged under maintenance head and not to the original work.

(c) The sanctioning authority should also endorse to the Chief Technical Examiner, a copy of the forwarding memo, while communicating sanction to the estimate to their subordinate formations, along with a copy of the sanctioned estimate.

(d) For silt clearance work tenders must be invariably invited. In case, if reasonable rates are not received even after second call, the work may be taken up on piecework as per rules.

(e) When silt clearance is done all procedures required such as starting levels, final levels and recording measurement in M.B. and prescribed checking should be exercised.

(f) The payment for silt clearance in channels shall be made as per item No. 408.

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(15) Removal of earth deposits from the bed of new channels :- Removal of the earth/soil deposited, including due to slips etc., in the bed of channel could be paid as per item No.

401, only when the estimate for its removal has been prepared on the basis of cross sections, longitudinal section plotted on graph measurement book(s), duly compared with the completed/executed/designed section and later sanctioned by the competent

Authority . Such work could then be executed through contract “Agency on form A or form B”.

(16) Benching: - Benching should be provide only where the works are to be done on highly undulating & stiff ground / steeply sloping ground.

Note: (1) Where F.S.L. of the channel is below the ground level neither stripping nor ploughing and furrowing shall be done.

(2) Neither stripping nor benching shall be done for seat under spoil banks.

(3) Where the depth of stripping needed is more than 15cm. It shall be carried out only after approval by the Superintending Engineer.

Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

401 cum 61.00

402

403

404

405

(a) Excavation is soft or ordinary soil including 50m lead and 1.5m lift with dressing.

(b) Excavation in hard soil including

50m lead and 1.5m lift with dressing.

Excavation in hard moorum and moorum with boulders including 50m lead and 1.5m lift with dressing.

Excavation in disintegrated rock including 50m lead and 1.5m lift with dressing

Excavation in soft rock including 50m lead and 1.5m lift with dressing.

Excavation in hard rock including

50m lead and 1.5 m lift cum 72.00 cum 85.00 cum 169.00 cum 300.00

406

407

(b) Blasting prohibited

(c) Controlled blasting permitted as per design cum

Removal for hard rock, by chiseling and chipping etc. not exceeding

150mm for foundation of dams and canal structures etc. include 50m lead and 1.5m lift.

(a) Excavation in spoil banks formed with excavated materials, item

401(a), including 50m lead and

1.50m lift with dressing-

Sq.m.

733.00 cum 636.00

128.00 Not to be done without written permission of E.E.

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

(i) when no rainy season has passed

(ii) When one rainy season has passed

(iii) When two rainy seasons have passed

(iv) When more than two rainy seasons have passed.

(b) Excavation in spoil banks formed with excavated materials, item 401(b) and 402, including 50m lead and

1.5m lift with dressing -

(i) When no rainy season has passed

(ii) When one rainy season has passed

(iii) When two rainy seasons have passed

(iv) When more than two rainy seasons have passed. cum cum 37.00 cum 49.00 cum 55.00 cum

30.00

39.00 cum 51.00 cum 63.00 cum 71.00

408

409

410 Extra rate for excavation of foundation where designed depth is more than 1.5 times the specified top width (for items 401 to 406).

411 (a) Extra rate for wet excavation below sub soil water level (for items

401, 402,408 and 409). cum 10% above cum 30% above cum cum

71.00

78.00

412

Dry silt clearance in channels including 50 m lead and 1.5m lift with dressing.

Dry silt clearance including 50m lead and 1.5m lift with dressing from drainage culvert or syphons with height of openings

(a) 2m and above

(b) Below 2m

(b) Extra rate for wet excavation below sub soil water level (for items

403 to 406)

Extra rate beyond initial 1.5m lift for every additional lift-of 0.3 m or part thereof (for items 401,402,407 to 409 and 415). cum 65.00 cum 4.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item

413

414

Extra rate beyond initial 1.5m lift for every additional lift of 0.3 m or part thereof (four items 403 to 406)

Trimming the uneven surface to uniform surface.

415(A) Earth work for bund and for canal banks needing dam specification in hearting or casing with approved soils, including dressing, breaking of clods, laying in layers of maximum

15cm thickness, cutting and finishing

U/S & D/S slopes of bunds but excluding watering and compaction for :-

(i) All lifts & 50m free lead

(ii) All lift and lead beyond 50m upto

100m

415(B) Filling of cut off trench with cohesive soils including dressing, breaking clods, laying in layers of 15cm thickness, including:-

(i) All lifts & leads beyond 100m up to

500 m or all materials and all other charges but excluding watering and compaction.

416

(ii) All lifts & leads beyond 0.50 km up to 2 km of all materials & all other charges but excluding watering and compaction

Dressing of earth work in-

(a) Soft soil

417

(b) Hard soil

(c) Hard Moorum

(d) Disintegrated rock

(e) Soft rock

(a) Compaction of earthwork at optimum moisture content to dry density not below 90% by light rollers i.e. non-powered rollers or sheep foot earth masters or hand rammers

(excluding watering).

Unit

cum cum cum cum

Cum

Cum

Rate

cum 6.00

Sqm 11.00 cum 85.00 cum 95.00

Remarks

Item 415(A) is not payable for earth work on the bund for maintenance & repair but is applicable for cum 99.00 cum 109.00

4.00

9.00

14.00

21.00

24.00

16.00 Not to be done on new bunds without written permission of S.E.

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Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

(b) Compaction of earthwork at optimum moisture content to maximum dry density (excluding watering) :-

(i) By D.R.R. or S.R.R. of 8 tonnes or more.

Cum 16.00

(ii) By S.F.R.

(iii) Vibrators/High speed rollers

Cum

Cum

21.00

13.00

419

418 (a) Watering earthwork for Cum compaction at optimum moisture content with lead of water up to 100 m.

(b) Labour for watering only in item

418(a)

23.00 Lead to be measured from the centre line of the bund.

Cum 5.00

Shoring in foundation for excavation of trenches in sandy soil or, slippery soil including all lead and lift for all materials and subsequent removal.

(a) depth not exceeding 1.5 m

(b) depth exceeding 1.5m & up to 3 m

Sq.m. 62.00

Not to be done without written permission of E.E.

Sq.m. 64.00

420

421

(c) depth exceeding 3m & up to 4.5m Sq.m.

Extra rate for separation of boulders of size 0.004 cum (1/250 cum) and more from the earthwork vide item

402 including stacking.

68.00

Cum 26.00

(a) Boring holes with auger for under reamed pile to a depth of 3.5 m in any soil below sub-soil water level, if any, including reaming 2.5 times the dia of piles (one bulb only)-

(i) For 200 mm dia piles

(ii) For 250 mm dia piles

(iii) For 300 mm dia piles

(b) Add to or deduct from the rate for bore holes of 3.5m depth if the bore holes are deeper or shallower-

(i) For 200 m dia piles

Each

Each

Each

304.00

351.00

377.00

(ii) For 250 mm dia piles

(iii) For 300 mm dia piles m m

70.00

90.00 m 106.00

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Item No.

422

Item

(c) Add for additional excavation of bulb for double under reamming

(i) For 200mm dia piles

(ii) For 250 mm dia piles

(iii) For 300 mm dia piles

Pumping out water caused by springs tidal or river seepage, broken water main or drains and like

Unit Rate

Each

Each

73.00

96.00

Each 113.00

K.Lit 36.00

Remarks

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CHAPTER 5 – COLLECTION OF MATERIALS

Notes :-

1.

2.

The rate is for collection of materials at Quarry.

The payment for collection will be made for delivery of materials at specified sites. The payment for collection of materials at quarry or source shall not be made without the written permission of the Chief Engineer/Superintending Engineer.

3. The rates include –

(a) All lead and lift involved for collection purpose at quarry.

(b) Screening to remove dust, etc.

(c) Removal of unsuitable material or weathered stuff.

(d) Royalty VAT & other charges as fixed by CG Govt.

(e) Stacking and Boxing.

(f) Opening of quarry and removal of over burden.

(g) Making of approach road to quarry area. No separate payment for this item is to be paid to contractor.

4. Though separate rate for stocking, boxing, screening, washing etc. have been specified in respect of this chapter, however in principle all the rates for collection of different materials given in this chapter are inclusive of stacking, boxing, screening, washing etc.

5. Measurements – (a) The following deductions will be made from stack measurements.

(i) Metal, Kankar, gravel, shingle, stone chips and quarry

spalls

8%

(ii) Moorum, sand, boulders, masonry stones, pitching stones 16%

(b) Metal, moorum and sand for use on roadwork will be boxed for measurement in boxes measuring 1.5m x 1.5m x 0.5m

(a) Boulders for use on roadwork will be stacked in regular stacks measuring 2.5m x 5m x

0.5m

(b) for other works if (b) and (c) cannot be followed the materials may be stacked in stacks with length and breadth in multiple of 1 m.

6. (a) Boulders mean stones of any type , which have been weathered and rounded off due to action of sun, wind and rain and which occur in natural condition, either on the surface of earth or burried below surface.

(a) Quarried stones mean stones of suitable sizes, which have been broken from much bigger boulders, stones or rock extracted from quarries. The criteria for this is that more than 50% of the surface of each stone should be broken surface.

7 Blasting: - Blasting rate is payable for item 503 for collection from qurries of massive hard rock or compact lime stone, hard Sand stones or similar formations for the extraction of which blasting is actually done.

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8. Size of metal should confirm to the grading as per table below :-

Single sized coarse aggregate of nominal size

Nominal size of aggregate in mm

100

Passing through mesh size in mm

Retained on square mesh size in mm

110 80

80 90 60

60

40

25

20

12

10

6

75 40

Single sized coarse aggregate of nominal size

50 25

40 20

25 12

20 6

12 6

10 3.5

504

Item No.

501

502

503

Item

Collection of puddle earth

(a) Collection of soft moorum

(b) Collection of hard moorum

Collection of hard metal (without blasting)-

(a) 100mm nominal size

(b) 80 mm nominal size

(c) 60 mm nominal size

(d) 40 mm nominal size

(e) 25 mm nominal size

(f) 20 mm nominal size

(g) 12 mm nominal size

(h) 10 mm nominal size

(i) 6 mm nominal size

Collection of shingle or gravel including screening :-

(a) 100 mm nominal size

(b) 80 mm nominal size

(c) 60 mm nominal size

(d) 40 mm nominal size

(e) 25 mm nominal size

Unit

cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum

Rate

64.00

64.00

73.00

191.00

215.00

261.00

419.00

554.00

565.00

554.00

542.00

452.00

134.00

129.00

118.00

168.00

222.00

Remark

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Item No. Item

505

506

507

(f) 20 mm nominal size

(g) 12 mm nominal size

(h) 10 mm nominal size

Deduct from item 503 above for metal breaking with Govt. boulders and excavated rock.

Collection of boulders at source

(maximum size 0.014 cum), without quarrying i.e. picked up boulder.

(a) Collection of quarried stones

Maximum size 0.014 cum

(b) Collection of quarried stones (size

0.014 cum to 0.06 cum)

508

509

510

511

Collection of stone chips, quarry spalls or rubble (maximum size 0.004 cum)-

Collection of size stones for coursed rubble masonry rectangular in shape

(size 0.014 to 0.06 cum) including

20% headers -

Collection of rubble for masonry (size

0.014 to 0.06 cum) other than black trap, basalt or granite

Collection of face stones for dam masonry hammer dressed on face, with one line chisel dressed 75mm depth from face. On bed, top an sides and hammer dressed below 75 mm depth of the stone up to rear face.

Beyond this depth of 75 mm the stones may taper, but the tail end of the stone shall be at the minimum length specified having at least half the area of the face, comprising of

(a) Stretcher – size 55x35x30cm

(b) Header - size 60 to 45x30x30cm

(c) Bond stone size 70 to 60x30x30cm

Note :- 10% of the face stones should be bond stones.

512 Collection of pitching stones size 20 to

25 cm and not less than 0.021 cum

(without dressing) -

Unit

cum cum

Each

Each

Each

Rate

226.00

222.00 cum 217.00 cum 104.00 cum 93.00 cum 268.00 cum 441.00 cum 162.00 cum 748.00 cum 626.00

156.00

163.00

170.00 cum 476.00

Remark

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514

515

516

Item No.

513

Item

Collection of pitching stone, size 28 to

32cm and not less than 0.024 cum

(without dressing)-

Extra rate for blasting for item 503 -

Stacking and boxing

(a) Moorum or sand

(b) Metal & Shingle or gravel

Stacking without boxing -

(a) Puddle earth, moorum, sand or

Kankar

(b) Metal, shingle, stone chips, or quarry spalls.

(c) Masonry stones, pitching stones or boulders.

Unit Rate

cum 566.00 cum cum cum

79.00

14.00

23.00 cum 7.00 cum 12.00 cum 23.00

Remark

(a) Metal shingle or gravel cum 35.00

518

519

Washing sand, metal, shingle or gravel.

Collection of boulder or rubble from excavated materials.

Collection of through/bond stones cum 70.00 cum cum

46.00

2726.00

For use on boulder toe, boulder soling etc.

520

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CHAPTER 6 – MORTAR

Notes :-

1. Rates include lead up to 100 m for all materials for all items.

2. Rates include all lifts for all materials.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Sand shall conform to I.S 383-1970 for concrete, I.S. 2116-1980 for masonry mortar and

I.S. 1542-1992 for plaster. (As per latest revision).

Bulking of sand – In the nominal mortar mixes specified by volume, sand is assumed to be dry. Dry and saturated sand has almost the same volume but damp sand increases in volume, depending upon moisture content. Due allowance for bulking of sand shall be made while preparing the mortar mixes, based on volume measurements, in accordance with I.S. 2386 (part-III) – 1963. (As per latest revision).

For measuring sand boxes of internal size 35 cm × 25 cm × 40 cm depth shall be used.

The following I.S. code shall be used.

I.S. 269-1989 – Ordinary Portland cement, 33 Grade (Fourth revision) (Reaffirmed 2004)

I.S. 455-1989 -Poartlan slag cement (third revision) (with Amendment Nos. 1to6)

(Reaffirmed 2005)

I.S. 456-2000-Plain and reinforced concrete (third revision) (Reaffirmed 2005)

I.S. 457-1957-General construction on plain and reinforced concrete for dams and of the massive structures. (Reaffirmed 2005)

I.S. 460 (Pt. 1&II)- 1985 – Test sieves (third revision) (Reaffirmed 2004)

I.S. 1489-1991-Portland pozzolana cement (second revision)

I.S. 1514-1990-Methods of sampling and test for quick lime and hydrated lime

(Reaffirmed 2003)

I.S. 1542-1992-Sand for plaster (first revision) (Reaffirmed 2003)

I.S. 1635-1992-Field slaking of building lime and preparation of putty (first revision)

(Reaffirmed 2003)

I.S. 1727-1967-Methodes of test for pozzolanic materials (first revision) (Reaffirmed

2004)

I.S. 2116-1980-Sand for masonry mortars (first revision) (reaffirmed 2002)

I.S. 2250-1981-Perparation and use of masonry mortar (reaffirmed 2000)

I.S. 2386 (Pt. I to VIII)-1963-Methodes of testing for aggregates for concrete. (reaffirmed

2007)

I.S. 3466-1988-Masonry cement (second revision) (reaffirmed 2004)

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609

610

601

602

603

604

605

606

607

I.S. 4082-1996-Stacking and storage of construction material at site (first revision)

(reaffirmed 2003)

I.S. 6932(Pt.II)-1984-methodes of test for building limes (reaffirmed 2000)

I.S. 8041-1990-Rapid hardening Portland cement (reaffirmed 2004)

I.S. 9103-1999-Admixtures for concrete) (reaffirmed 2004)

Item No.

608

Cement mortar 1:2

Cement mortar 1:3

Cement mortar 1:4

Cement mortar 1:5

Cement mortar 1:6 cum 4036.00 cum 2763.00 cum 2164.00 cum 1790.00 cum 1491.00

Cement mortar 1:8

Labour only for item 603 to 606 for mixing cement mortar

Cost of water only in

Items 601 to 606

White cement mortar 1:3

White cement mortar 1:2 cum cum 147.00

One cum of mortar

Cum cum

1191.00

36.00

8278.00

11307.00

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CHAPTER 7 – FILLING FOUNDATIONS

Notes :-

1. Rates Include –

(a) Lead up to 100m for all materials for all item, if not specified otherwise.

(b) Cost of all materials including water.

(c) All lifts for all items unless otherwise specified.

(d) All finishing.

(e) Cost of curing.

2. Rate do not include centering ,shuttering and formwork .

3. Rates are also applicable for filling under floors.

(a) Rates are for metals.

(b) Blasting charges for metal are payable as per item 514 for the quantity required vide

Appendix-I.

4. (a) The proportion of materials for nominal mix shall be used as given in table 13 of specification Vol-I para 7.5.2.4.1 of page 7-32. It should be on the basis of weight of cement & aggregates Nominal mix proportion by volume under special circumstances only may be permitted by the Chief Engineer/Superintending Engineer in-charge under written orders before commencing the work. A rough guide for the nominal mix proportion by volume will be 1:4:8, 1:3:6, 1:2:4, 1:1.5:3, 1:1:2, for , M-7.5, M-10, M-15,

M-20, & M-25 concrete respectively.

(b) For cement , which normally comes in bag and used by weight volume shall be worked out taking 50 kg. of cement as 0.035 cum. In volume. The quantity of water per 50 kg.

(0.035 cum.) of cement shall be as specified in table-13 of specification.

5. The proportioning of sand shall be done on the basis of its dry volume and in case of damp sand allowance for bulkage shall be made as given in note 4 of chapter 6-“MORTARS”

6. Measurements:- (i) Dimensions shall be measured correct to the nearest cm. The area shall be calculated in Sq.m. correct to two places of decimal and cubical contents in cum correct to two places of decimal.

(ii) No deduction shall be made for the following:-

(a) Ends of dissimilar materials for example, beams, posts, girders, rafters, purlins, trusses, corbels and steps up to 0.5 Sq. m. in cross-section.

(b) Opening up to 0.1 Sq.m. in area (in calculating area of an opening, the thickness of any separate lintel or sill shall be included in height. No extra labour for forming such openings or voids shall be measured).

(c) Volume occupied by pipes, conduits, sheathing, etc. not exceeding 0.1 Sq.m. each in cross-sectional area and;

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(d) Moulds, drip mouldings, chamfers, splays rounded or coved angles, beds, grooves and rebates up to 10cm. In width or 15 cm in girth.

7. For plum concrete the plum used shall be of 150-mm maximum size rubble or boulders.

8. The proportioning of single size aggregate foe various cement concrete mixes shall be as per table given below :-

Cement

Concrete

Mix

Maximum size aggregate specified

60 mm

Parts of aggregate of single size

40 mm 20 mm 12.5 mm 10 mm

C.C.1:4:8 40 - 6 2 - -

C.C.1:3:6 40 -

C.C.1:3:6 20 -

4.5 1.5

- 4.5

-

-

-

1.5

C.C.1:2:4 40 - 2.5 1 - 0.5

C.C.1:2:4 12.5 -

-

- -

1.88 0.75

3

-

1

0.37

- - - 2 1

C.C.1:1:2 40 -

C.C.1:1:2 20 -

C.C.1:1:2 12.5 -

1.25 0.5

-

-

1.33

-

- 0.25

- 0.67

1.33 0.67

The proportioning of aggregate for volumetric concrete mixes given in the above table may be varied marginally when considered necessary for obtaining better density and

Strength. However, no adjustment in rate shall be made for any variation in proportioning of aggregate for works awarded on contract.

9. Design mix concrete shall be mixed with cement contents as per design or minimum required as per table below :-

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Concrete Mix Minimum cement per cum

390 kg

410 kg

420 kg of concrete

Specified charters tics compressive strength at 7 days

13.5 N/sqmm

17.0 N/sqmm

20.0 N/sqmm

Specified charters tics compressive strength at 28 days

20 N/sqmm M-20

M-25

M-30

M-35

M-40

428 kg

435 kg

23.5 N/sqmm

26.5 N/sqmm

25 N/sqmm

30 N/sqmm

35 N/sqmm

40 N/sqmm

Nominal mix concrete shall be mixed in concrete mixer with weighted quantity of cement sand and aggregate in the ration as per table no. 2 below:-

Concrete Mix Cement (kg) Sand (kg) Aggregate (kg) Size of aggregate

M-7.5

M-10

M-10

M-15

1 Bag (50 kg)

1 Bag (50 kg)

1 Bag (50 kg)

1 Bag (50 kg)

180

140

160

110

445

340

320

220

40 mm

40mm

20mm

20mm

M-20 1 Bag (50 kg) 85

10. The following Indian standards may be referred to :-

I.S. No. Title

269 – 1989

383 – 1970

456 – 2000

457 – 1957

516 – 1959

1199-1959

165 20mm

Specification for 33 grade ordinary Portland cement (fourth revision) (Reaffirmed 2004)

Specifications for coarse and fine aggregates from natural sources for concrete (Second revision). (Reaffirmed 2007)

Code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete (second revision) (Amdt. No.1) (Reaffirmed 2005)

Code of practice for general construction of plain and reinforced concrete for dams and massive structures (Reaffirmed 2005)

Method of test for strength of concrete (Amdt. No.1) (Reaffirmed

2004)

Method of sampling & analysis of concrete (Reaffirmed 2004)

1343-1980

2430 - 1986

2505-1992

3535-1986

Code of practice for prestress concrete (Reaffirmed 2004)

Method for sampling of aggregates for concrete. (Reaffirmed

2005)

General requirements for concrete vibrators immersion type.

(Reaffirmed 2004)

Method of sampling hydraulic cement (first revision) (Reaffirmed

2004)

Method of physical tests for hydraulic cement. 4031-1988

(Pt. 1 to 13)

4032-1985

4082-1996

8112-1989

Method of chemical analysis of hydraulic cement (Reaffirmed

2005)

Recommendation on stacking and storage of construction materials at site (first revision) (Reaffirmed 2003)

Specification for 43 grade ordinary portland cement (Amdt. No.

1,2,3,4,5&6) (Reaffirmed 2005)

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Item No. Item

701 Filling foundations and around masonry works with soft soil or sand including watering and ramming.

702 Filling foundations and around masonry works with hard soil or soft moorum including watering and ramming.

703 Filling foundations and around masonry works with hard moorum and moourm with boulder including watering and ramming .

Unit Rate

cum 96.00

Remarks

cum 114.00 cum 127.00

704 Filling foundations and around masonry works with materials obtained from spoils including watering and ramming i/c 50m lead.

705 Filling foundations and around masonry works with hard moorum and picked up boulders including watering and ramming i/c

50m lead. .

706 Filling foundations and around masonry works with hard moorum and quarried boulders including watering and ramming i/c

50m lead. . cum 69.00 cum 321.00 cum 496.00

707 Filling foundation with 40 mm metal and hard moorum including watering and ramming i/c 50m lead. . cum 663.00 cum 411.00 708 Filling foundations with 40mm shingle or gravel and hard moorum including watering and ramming i/c 50m lead. .

709 Labour only for filling, ramming and watering-

(a) Item 701 to 704

(b) Item 705 & 706

(c) Item 707 & 708

710 Plum cement concrete 1:2:4 with 75% graded metal of maximum size 40mm and

25% plums of 150 mm size. cum cum

69.00

162.00 cum 186.00 cum 2048.00

711 Plum cement concrete 1:3:6 with 75% graded metal of maximum size 40mm and

25% plums of 150mm size.

712 Plum cement concrete 1:4:8 with 75% graded metal of maximum size 40 mm and

25% plums of 150mm size. cum 1700.00 cum 1558.00

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

713 Cement concrete 1:1:2 with graded metal of maximum size

(a) 63 mm

(b) 40 mm

(c) 20 mm

(d) 12.5 mm

714 Cement concrete 1:1.5:3 with graded metal of maximum size -

(a) 63 mm

(b) 40 mm

(c) 20 mm

(d) 12.5 mm

715 Cement concrete 1:2:4 with graded metal of maximum size -

(a) 63 mm

(b) 40 mm

(c) 20 mm

(d) 12.5 mm

716 Cement concrete 1:3:6 with graded metal of maximum size - cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum

3784.00

3882.00

3941.00

3932.00

2930.00

2982.00

3097.00

3087.00

2467.00

2576.00

2640.00

2630.00

(a) 63 mm

(b) 40 mm

(c) 20 mm

717 Cement concrete 1:4:8 with graded metal of maximum size- cum cum

2001.00

2115.00 cum 2184.00

(a) 63 mm

(b) 40 mm cum cum

1755.00

1872.00

(c) 20 mm

718 Providing and laying design mix plain cement concrete with crushed graded stone aggregate 20mm nominal size using batching plant, transit mixer and concrete pump, in all works excluding cost of form work.

(a) Concrete mix M - 20

(b) Concrete mix M - 25

(c) Concrete mix M - 30

(d) Concrete mix M - 35

(e) Concrete mix M - 40 cum 1942.00 cum 3198.00 cum 3306.00 cum 3360.00 cum 3403.00 cum 3441.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

719 Labour only for mixing in mixer, laying, consolidating, curing and cleaning-

720

(a) Items 710 to 717

Deduct for hand mixed concrete -

(a) Item 710 to 717 cum 384.00 cum 186.00 cum 46.00 cum 51.00 721 Extra for mechanical vibration of cement concrete or plum concrete

722 Extra rate for every additional 1.5m height

(or depth) or part thereof. cum 22.00

723 Deduct for graded shingle or gravel (for one cum of concrete) -

(i) Items 713 (a)

(ii) Items 713 (b)

(iii) Items 713 (c)

(iv) Items 713 (d)

(v) Items 714 (a)

(vi) Items 714 (b)

(vii) Items 714 (c)

(viii) items 714 (d)

(ix) items 715 (a)

(x) items 715 (b)

(xi) items 715 (c)

(xii) items 715 (d)

(xiii) items 716 (a)

(xiv) items 716 (b)

(xv) items 716 (c)

(xvi) items 717 (a)

(xvii) items 717 (b)

(xviii) items 717 (c)

726 Labour only for item 727 cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum

101.00

131.00

213.00

251.00

107.00

140.00

227.00

268.00

111.00

145.00

236.00

277.00

118.00

153.00

249.00

121.00

157.00

255.00

724 Shuttering for faces of concrete for steps in sloping foundations.

725 Filling foundations with 40-mm metal including screening, filling and hand packing around pipes. cum 80.00 cum 551.00 cum 93.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item

727 Cost of water for curing only and included in items 710 to 721

Unit

One cum of concrete

728 Cost of water for ramming in items 701 to

708 and 727

One cum of work

729 Labour for curing only and included in items

722

One cum of concrete

Rate Remarks

72.00

14.00

81.00

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CHAPTER 8

STONE MASONRY AND PRECAST BLOCK MASONRY WORK

Notes :-

1. Rates include –

(a) Lead up to 100 m for all materials for all items.

(b) Cost of all materials including water.

(c) All lifts for all items unless otherwise specified.

(d) Cost of mixing cement mortar

(e) Cost of curing.

2. The rates for stone masonry in superstructure include the cost of scaffolding

3. Work in foundation and plinth:- For purpose of measurement of masonry work in foundation and plinths it shall be determined as follows :-

(a) For building- masonry work below ground floor level or 1.2 m above average ground level, whichever is lower.

(b) For abutments, piers and retaining walls of culverts, bridges, wall of reservoirs, septic tanks, basement and other similar works up to 1.5 m above top of foundation concrete.

4. Work in superstructure :-

(a) For all works above the level specified in 3(a) and 3(b) above.

(b) For compound wall, parapet wall over retaining wall-Entire work above the average ground level.

5. Masonry for masonry work up to 15 m height

(a) Classification of masonry –

(i) Plain ashlar – every stone shall be cut to the required size and shape, chisel dressed on all beds and joints so as to be free from bushings dressed surface shall not show a depth of gap of more than 3 mm from straight edge placed on it. The exposed faces and joints,

6mm from the face shall be fine tooled so that a straight edge can be laid along the face of the stone in contact with every point. All visible angles and edges shall be true and square and free from chippings. The corner stones (quions) shall be dressed and perpendicular.

(ii) Ashlar rough tooled – The dressing of stone blocks shall be similar to plain ashlar except that face exposed in view shall have fine chisel draft 2.5cm wide round the edges and shall be rough tooled between the draft such that the dressed surface shall not deviate more than 3mm from the straight edge placed over it.

(iii) Ashlar rock (Quarried) faced – The dressing of stone blocks in case of ashlar rock shall be similar to ashlar rough tooled except that the exposed faces of the stone between

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the drafts shall be left rough as the stone comes from the quarry; but no rock face or busing shall project more than 7.5 cm from place of drafts.

(iv) Squared rubble masonry coursed (first sort):- Face stones shall be hammer dressed on all beds and joints so as to give them approximately rectangular shape. These shall be square all joints & on bed. The bed joints shall be rough chisel dressed for at least 75 mm back from the face, and the side’s joints at least 40mm back from the face, placed on it No portion of the dressed surface shall show a depth of gap more than 6mm from a straight edge placed on it. The remaining portion of the respective surfaces shall no project above the chisel dressed bed and side joints. The bushing on the face shall not project by more than 40mm on an exposed face.

(v) Squared rubble masonry coursed (second sort): All requirements are the same as for coursed rubble masonry (first sort) except that no portion of dressed surface of joints shall show a depressions of more than 10 mm (as against 6 mm for first sort) from the straight edge placed against the dressed surface.

(vi) Hammer dressed coursed rubble masonry – Face stone shall be hammer dressed on all beds and joints, so as to give them approximately rectangular shape. The bed and side joints shall be hammer dressed for 75mm from face. The bushing on the face shall not be more than 4cm on the exposed face.

(vii) Random rubble or uncoursed masonry- Stones used for uncoursed or random rubble masonry work shall be hammer dressed on the sides and bed in such a way as to close up with the adjacent stone in masonry work as strongly as possible. The face of stones shall be so dressed that bushing ob the exposed face shall not project by more than 4 cm from the general wall surface

(b) Bond Stones :- Through bond stones shall be provided in walls up to 60 cm thick and in case of walls above 60 cm thickness, a set of two or more bond stones overlapping each other by at least 15 cm shall be provided in line from face to back. Each bond stones or a set of bond stones shall be provided at 1.5 m to 1.8 m apart clear in each course. The bond stones shall be staggered in successive courses and marked for identification.

(c) Plum stones (Pin-header):- Pin header or plum stones shall be provided in hearting at about 1.8 m interval (both across and along). They shall run through the height of at least two courses. Their position shall be staggered in successive courses.

(d) Joints – the maximum thickness of joints shall be 6 mm various types of ashlar masonry,

10 mm for squared rubble masonry coursed (first sort), 15mm for squared rubble masonry (second sort), 20mm for hammer dressed coursed rubble masonry and 35 mm for random rubble uncoursed masonry.

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6. Masonry for masonry works having maximum height 15 m (height means structural height above lowest foundation level and is applicable for entire length of dams) and other massive structures:-

(a) Face Masonry:- Face stones shall be hammer dressed on face and one line chisel dressed (finishing given to the stone face with no portion of it projecting more than 10 mm from the straight edge laid along the face of the stone) on bed, top and sides for a minimum depth of 75mm up to which the stones shall be true and rectangular. Beyond

75mm. Bushing on the faces of the stones shall not project more than 40 mm.

(b) Coursed rubble masonry- Face stones shall be hammer dressed on face, on bed, sides and bed for 75 mm with the course normal to the face batter. The bushing on the faces of the stones shall not project more than 40mm.

(c) Random rubble masonry – The hearting is of random rubble work.

7. Stone block masonry – (a) Stone masonry blocks of size 29x19x14 cm actual

(30x20x15cm nominal) shall be precast in cement concrete 1:3:6 with stone ballast of maximum size 20 mm and stone 5 to 15 cms in size. The quantity of stone pieces to be used in a block shall be about 33% by volume. Blocks of 1/3 rd

and 2/3 rd

of above size shall be used for bond purpose. The minimum average compressive strength of block shall be 5 N/sqmm.

(b) The blocks shall be cast as per CBRI Technical Note No.7. The various steps in casting are as follows :-

(i) Apply oil (grease and kerosene oil 1:4 ratio) on casting platform and place the moulds in row.

(ii) Arrange large size stone 12-cm size or so inside the mould, generally two or three stones will be laid.

(iii) Fill up the gaps between the stone pieces in the lower portion of the mould up to a height of about 5 cm with cement concrete of mix 1:4:8 and compact by trowel. The cement concrete should have low water cement ratio so as to give a stiff mix.

(iv) Fill up the remaining portion by placing 60 to 75 mm pieces in gaps and again pour the same cement concrete mix up to top and compact by roding/tamping/vibrating.

(v) The demoulding is done after 3 to 4 minutes of casting the block by putting a wooded piece on top of the block cast and pulling the mould up.

(vi) The next day of casting, the blocks are turned upside down and stone texture kept exposed . The blocks are remixed and cured with water for 7 days and air dried for 3 weeks before using in masonry.

(c) Mortar – Cement mortar 1:6 shall be used.

(d) Laying the blocks shall be slightly wetted before or during laying in the wall, 1/3 rd

and

2/3 rd

size blocks shall be used for completing the bond. The thickness of joints shall be 1 cm and it shall be ensured that all horizontal and vertical joints are completely filled with mortar without any void left in masonry.

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8. Measurements – (i) Dimensions shall be measured correct to the nearest cm. The area shall be calculated in sqm correct to two places of decimal and cubical contents in cum correct to two places of decimal.

(ii) No deduction or addition shall be made for the following -

(a) Ends of dissimilar materials (that is joists, beams, lintels, posts, girders, rafters., purlins, trusses, corbels steps, etc.) up to 0.1 sqm in section.

(b) Opening up to 0.1 sqm in area (in calculating area of an opening any separate lintels or sills shall be included with the size of opening but end portions of lintel shall be excluded and extra width of rebated reveals if any, shall also be excluded).

(c) Cement concrete blocks for hold fasts, holding down bolts and the like.

(d) Iron fixtures such as wall tie, pipes up to 300 mm dia. and hold fasts of doors and windows.

9. The payment for polygonal rubble walling shall be admissible as per the rates for item

No. 806.

10. (a) Where specifications of face masonry, differ from those of hearting , rate of face masonry will be payable as per actual width limited up to 60cm from the face.

(b) Double face masonry shall be payable for actual width or up to 60cm, whichever is less, for each side.

11. (a) The stones for masonry shall be hard, durable, tough, sound and clean .They should be free from decay, weathered faces, soft seams, adhering coating, sand holes, veins, flaws, cracks , stains and other defects and shall have, as far as possible, uniform colour and texture. Stones not uniform in colour, texture and / or with stains may be permitted after proper tests.

(b) Stones For Random Rubble masonry – The size of the stone shall be normally vary from

0.05 to 0.01 cum. No stone larger than the maximum specified size of 0.05 cum. should be used (in general). The stones shall be taken from quarries approved from the geological and engineer in charge consideration. The stone shall weigh less than 25 kg.

The stones used in hearting shall be roughly cubical in shape. No stones weighing between 75kg and 150kg shall be less than 225 mm in any direction and no stone weighing between 25kg and 75 kg shall be less than 150 mm in any direction.

(c) Spalls with minimum dimension of 200mm to 100mm shall be used to wedge in to thick mortar spaces. They shall not normally exceed 10% of the volume of stone masonry.

12. The following Indian Standards may be referred to

I.S. No. Title

1129-1972

1597-1992

Recommendation for dressing of material, building stones (first revision) (Reaffirmed 2003)

Code of practice for construction of stone masonry (Reaffirmed

2007)

1597 (Part I) – 1992 Code of Practice for construction of stone masonry-Rubble stone masonry. (Reaffirmed 2007)

1597 (Part II)- 1967 Code of practice for construction of stone masonry-Ashlar masonry.

801

802

2116-1980

2185-Pt.-I-2005

2185-Pt.-II-1983

2250-1981

8605-1977

Item No.

9394-1979

11216-1985

803

804

805

806

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Sand for masonry mortar (Reaffirmed 2002)

Hollow and solid concrete blocks (second revision)

Hollow and solid light weight concrete blocks (first revision)

(Reaffirmed 2005)

Preparation & use of masonry mortars (Reaffirmed 2000)

Code of practice for construction for masonry in dams.

(Reaffirmed 1998)

Specification for stone lintels (Reaffirmed 2003)

Permeability test for masonry during and after construction.

Item Unit Rate

Plain ashlar masonry in superstructure in

(a) Cement mortar 1:2

(b) Cement mortar 1:3

(c) Cement mortar 1:4 cum 5513.00 cum 5360.00 cum 5288.00

(d) Cement mortar 1:5

(e) Cement mortar 1:6

(f) Cement mortar 1:8

Labour only for dressing of stones for plain ashlar masonry.

Labour only for plain ashlar masonry in superstructure including labour for scaffolding dressing, making mortar and curing for : cum 5243.00 cum 5207.00 cum 5172.00 cum 2760.00 cum 4258.00 cum 691.00

Item 801 (a) to 801 (f)

Deduct from item 801 to 803 for ashlar rough tooled masonry.

Deduct from item 801 to 803 for ashlar rock

(quarried) faced masonry.

Squared rubble masonry coursed (first sort) in superstructure in : cum 1036.00

(a) Cement mortar 1:2

(b) Cement mortar 1:3

(c) Cement mortar 1:4

(d) Cement mortar 1:5

(e) Cement mortar 1:6

(f) Cement mortar 1:8 cum 3459.00 cum 3014.00 cum 2804.00 cum 2673.00 cum 2569.00 cum 2464.00

Remarks

809

812

810

811

Item No.

807

808

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Item Unit Rate

Labour only for squared rubble masonry coursed (first sort) in superstructure including labour for scaffolding, dressing, making mortar and curing for -

Item 806 (a) to 806 (f)

Squared rubble masonry coursed (second sort) in superstructure in -

(a) Cement mortar 1:2

(b) Cement mortar 1:3

(c) Cement mortar 1:4

(d) Cement mortar 1:5

(e) Cement mortar 1:6

(f) Cement mortar 1:8

Labour only for squared rubble masonry coursed (second sort) in superstructure including labour for scaffolding, dressing, making mortar and curing for.

Item 808 (a) to 808 (f)

Hammer dressed coursed rubble masonry in superstructure in -

(a) Cement mortar 1:2

(b) Cement mortar 1:3

(c) Cement mortar 1:4

(d) Cement mortar 1:5

(e) Cement mortar 1:6

(f) Cement mortar 1:8

Labour only hammer dressed coursed rubble masonry in super structure including labour for scaffolding, dressing, making mortar and curing for-

Item 810 (a) to 810 (f)

Uncoursed and random rubble masonry in super structure in -

(a) Cement mortar 1:2

(b) Cement mortar 1:3

(c) Cement mortar 1:4

(d) Cement mortar 1:5

(e) Cement mortar 1:6

(f) Cement mortar 1:8 cum 1403.00 cum 3258.00 cum 2812.00 cum 2603.00 cum 2472.00 cum 2361.00 cum 2262.00 cum 1201.00 cum 3080.00 cum 2635.00 cum 2425.00 cum 2294.00 cum 2189.00 cum 2084.00 cum 1023.00 cum 3049.00 cum 2514.00 cum 2263.00 cum 2105.00 cum 1980.00 cum 1854.00

Remarks

Item No.

813

814

815

816

817

818

819

820

821

822

823

824

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Item Unit Rate

Labour only for uncoursed random rubble masonry in superstructure including labour for scaffolding , dressing, making mortar and curing for Item 812 (a) to 812 (f)

Dry random rubble masonry

Labour only for item 814

Face stone masonry in cement mortar in superstructure

(a) Strength 14 N/Sqmm

(b) Strength 10.5 N/Sqmm

Coursed rubble masonry in cement mortar in superstructure - cum cum cum

Cum cum

728.00

946.00

231.00

3295.00

3060.00

(a) Strength 14 N/Sqmm

(b) Strength 10.5 N/Sqmm

(c) Strength 8 N/Sqmm

Random rubble masonry in cement mortar in superstructure -

Cum cum cum

3029.00

2793.00

2688.00

(a) Strength 14 N/Sq. mm

(b) Strength 10.5 N/Sq. mm

(c) Strength 8 N/Sqmm

Providing and fixing fine dressed cut stone lintels including setting in cement mortar 1:3

Labour only for Item 819 including dressing

Cum 2737.00 cum 2454.00 cum 2328.00 cum 6155.00

Providing and fixing fine dressed cut stone copings, cornices string courses and plinth courses including setting in cement mortar

1:6 cum 1567.00 cum 5495.00

Labour only for item 821 including dressing. cum 2243.00

Stone block masonry with solid stone masonry blocks of approved size pre cast in cement concrete 1:4:8 with graded stone ballast of maximum size 20mm, laid in cement mortar 1:6 including from work for pre casting, curing, handling, hoisting etc. complete. cum 2793.00 cum 1965.00 (a) Cost of pre cast solid stone masonry blocks only in item 823

(b) Cost of item 823 excluding cost of pre cast solid stone masonry blocks cum 744.00

Remarks

825

826

827

831

832

833

834

835

Item No.

828

829

830

836

837

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Item Unit Rate Remarks

Labour only for -

(a) Item 824 (a)

(b) Item 824 (b)

Chisel dressed grooves in stone for karris- cum cum

721.00

589.00

(a) Size 8 cm x 5 cm

(b) Size 10 cm x 8 cm

(c) Size 15 cm x 10 cm m m m

265.00

354.00

505.00 cum 90.00 Deduct for stone masonry in plinth and foundation (item 801,806,808,810,812,816,

817,818,823 & 824 (b).

Deduct for labour only in plinth and foundation (item 803, 807, 809, 811, 813 and 825 (b) cum 65.00

Extra rate for every additional floor or every additional 3 m height or part thereof for such works which have no intermediate floor. cum 93.00

Extra rate for stone masonry circular in plan, including walls, to a mean radius not exceeding 6 m.

Extra rate for stone masonry in well steining for depth -

(a) Up to 6 m

(b) Beyond 6 m to 12 m

(c) Beyond 12 m to 18 m

(d) Beyond 18 m to 24 m cum 130.00 cum cum cum cum

93.00

151.00

216.00

325.00 cum 499.00 cum 193.00

(e) Beyond 24 m to 30 m

Extra rate for stone masonry in square or rectangular pillars

Extra rate for stone masonry in circular pillars.

Deduct from item 823 and 824(a) for use of graded shingle or gravel

Deduct for masonry with stones obtained from foundation excavation and collection of materials.

Cost of water for curing only and included in item 806, 808, 810, 812, 815, 816, 817,

824(a) and 824(b)

Labour for curing only and included in item

803,807,809,811,813,815,816,817 and 825.

cum 481.00 cum 305.00 cum 297.00

One cum of masonry

One cum of masonry

83.00

102.00

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CHAPTER 9 - BRICK MASONRY

Notes :-

1. Rates include :-

(a) Lead up to 100m for all materials for all items.

(b) Cost of all materials including water.

(c) All lifts for all items unless otherwise specified.

(d) Cost of mixing cement mortar and preparing lime mortar.

(e) Cost of curing.

2. The rates for brick masonry in superstructure include the cost of scaffolding.

3. Work in foundation and plinth:- For purpose of measurement of masonry work in foundation and plinths it shall be determined as follows :-

(a) For building-masonry work below ground floor level or 1.2m above average ground level, whichever is lower.

(b) For abutments, piers and retaining walls of culverts, bridges, walls of reservoirs, septic tanks, basement and other similar works-up to 1.5m above top of foundation concrete.

4. Work in superstructure: - (a) For all works above the level specified in 3(a) and 3(b) above.

(b) For compound wall, parapet wall over retaining wall-Entire works above the average ground level.

5. Standard modular brick of size 19cm x 9cm x 9cm shall be used.

6. Classification of brick masonry :- (a) The common burnt clay brick shall be classified on the basis of minimum average compressive strength . Each class of bricks shall be further divided into two classes, first class and second class, based on tolerance and shape.

(b) The various types of bricks when tested in accordance with I.S. 3495 (Part I) – 1976 shall have minimum average compressive strength as follows :-

(i) First class table moulded (TM) chimney kiln burnt brick/Grog or Ghol bricks.

50kg/sq cm

(ii) Second class TM. chimney kiln burnt brick

(iii) Second class TM. open bhatta or pajawa burnt brick

(iv) Kumhar bricks burnt in Pajawa

35kg/sq.cm

30kg/sq.cm

20kg/sq.cm

(c) Tolerance:- The dimensions of bricks when tested in accordance with IS-1077-1976 shall be within the following limits per 20 bicks -

(i) For bricks of class Designation 50 and 35kg/sq.cm.

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Length

Width & height

372 to 388 cm (380 + 8 cm)

176 to 184 cm (180 + 4 cm)

(ii) For bricks of class Designation 30 kg /sq.cm.

Length

Width & height

368 to 392 cm (380 + 12cm)

174 to 186 cm (180 + 6 cm)

(iii) For bricks of class Designation 20 kg / sq.cm.

Length

Width & height

350 to 410 cm (380 + 30 cm)

165 to 195 cm (180 + 15 cm)

7. Measurements- (i) Dimensions shall be measured correct to the nearest cm. The area shall be calculated in Sq. m. correct to two places of decimal and cubical contents in cum correct to two places of decimal.

(ii) The brick walls up to three bricks in thickness shall be measured in multiples of half brick, which shall be deemed to be inclusive of mortar, viz.

½ brick wall

1 brick wall

1½ brick wall

2 brick wall

10 cm

20 cm

30 cm

40 cm and so on Irrespective of excess of executed width. However width or thickness in no case be less than specified above.

(iii) Where fractions of half brick occur due to architectural or other reasons, measurements shall be taken as follows:

(a) up to 1¼ brick-actual measurements.

(b) Exceeding 1¼ brick-full half-brick.

(iv) For walling which is more than three bricks in thickness actual thickness of wall shall be measured.

(v) the full area of honey comb brick wall shall be measured without deduction for openings.

(vi) No deductions or additions shall be made on any account for the following:-

(a) Ends of dissimilar materials (that is, joists, beams, lintels, posts, girders, rafters, pulins, trusses, corbels, steps etc.), up to 0.1 Sqm in section.

(b) Opening up to 0.1 Sqm in area (in calculating area of an opening , any separate lintels or sills shall be included with the size of opening but end portions of lintel shall be excluded and extra width of rebated reveals, if any, shall also be excluded).

(c) Wall plates, bed plates and bearing of slabs, chazzas and the like, where thickness does not exceed 10 cm and bearing does not extend over the full thickness of wall.

(d) Cement concrete blocks for hold fasts and holding down bolts.

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(e) Iron fixtures, such as wall ties, pipes up to 300 mm dia and hold fasts for doors and windows.

(f) Chases of sections not exceeding 50cm in girth..

8. Rectangular pillar / column shall mean a detached masonry portion such that its breadth does not exceed three times its thickness and thickness itself does not exceed three brick lengths.

9. The following Indian standards may be referred to:-

I.S. No Title

1077-1992

1905-1987

2212-1991

3102-1971

3414-1968

3495 - 1992

5454 – 1978

Specifications for common burnt clay building bricks (third revision) (Reaffirmed 2002)

Code of practice for structure safety of buildings, Masonry walls

(first revision).

Code of practice for brick work (with amendment No.1)

Classification of burnt clay solid bricks (second revision)

Code of practice for design & installation of joints in buildings. methods of tests of burnt clay building bricks

Methods for sampling of clay building bricks (first revision)

(Reaffirmed 2006)

10. The bricks specified under Notes 906 of this chapter shall not be used without written prior permission of the Chief Engineer/Superintending Engineer.

Item No.

901

902

Second class T.M. open bhatta or pajawa burnt brick masonry in superstructure in-

(i) Cement mortar 1:2

(ii) Cement mortar 1:3

(iii) Cement mortar 1:4

(iv) Cement mortar 1:5

(v) Cement mortar 1:6

(vi) Cement mortar 1:8

Fly ash brick (with the use of ash cement and sand) masonry in superstructure in -

(i) Cement mortar 1:2

(ii) Cement mortar 1:3

(iii) Cement mortar 1:4

(iv) Cement mortar 1:5 cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum

2772.00

2504.00

2379.00

2300.00

2237.00

2174.00

2436.00

2169.00

2043.00

1965.00

Item No.

903

904

905

906

907

908

909

910

911

912

913

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(v) Cement mortar 1:6

(vi) Cement mortar 1:8

(a) Add for arch masonry in item 901 for span up to 6 m excluding centering.

(b) Centering for arch masonry in item 901 for span up to 6m cum cum

1902.00

1839.00 cum 138.00 cum 463.00

Deduct for Kumhar brick burnt in Pajawa in items 901

Add for second class TM Chimney Kiln burnt brick in items 901 cum 112.00 cum 84.00

Add for first class TM Chimney Kiln burnt/

Grog/ Ghol brick in items 901 cum 224.00

Deduct for masonry in plinth and foundation cum

(a) Labour only for item 901 & 902 including labour for scaffolding making mortar & curing.

123.00 cum 630.00 cum 96.00 (b) Deduct from item 908(a), for plinth and foundation.

(a) Labour only for arch masonry up to 6m span excluding centering but including labour for making mortar and curing. cum 763.00 cum 276.00 (b) Labour only for assembling, erection, dismantling and cleaning of centering for arch up to 6 m span.

Extra rate for one-brick or half-brick wall

Add extra for every additional floor or every additional 3-m height or part thereof for such works which have no intermediate floor.

Extra rate for brick masonry circular in plan.

Including wells, to a mean radius not exceeding 6m. cum cum

138.00

15% extra over superstructure cum 209.00

Extra rate for brick masonry in well steining for depth -

(a) up to 6m

(b) Beyond 6 m to 12 m cum cum

(c) Beyond 12 m to 18 m

(d) Beyond 18 m to 24 m

(e) Beyond 24 m to 30 m

74.00

116.00 cum cum

186.00

279.00 cum 395.00

Item No.

914

915

916

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Extra rate for brick masonry in square or rectangular pillars.

Extra rate for brick masonry in circular pillars.

Honey comb brick masonry with second class T.M. open bhatta or Pajawa burnt bricks in - cum 10% extra over superstructure cum

15% extra over superstructure

921

922

923

924

925

926

927

928

929

917

918

919

920

Deduct from item 916 Kumhar brick burnt in Pajawa

Add to item 916 for second-class TM.

Chimney burnt/Grog/Ghol brick

Add to item 916 for first class TM. Chimney burnt/Grog/Ghol brick

(a) Labour only for item 916 (a) to (e) including labour for scaffolding, making mortar and curing. cum 81.00 cum 61.00 cum 163.00 cum 551.00

Second class T.M. open bhatta or Pajawa burnt dry brick masonry for soak pits.

Deduct from item 921 for Kumhar brick burnt in Pajawa cum 1462.00 cum 112.00

Labour only for item 921

Making triangular brackets for sunshade over doors and windows in cut second class TM. Chimney burnt brick including corbelling in cement mortar 1:3

Add to item 924 for first class TM. Chimney burnt/Grog/Ghol brick.

Labour only for item 924 including labour for scaffolding, making mortar and curing

Chamfering, rounding masonry (other than circular pillars)

Cost of water for curing only and included in items 901, 916 & 924

Labour for curing only and included in items

908 (a) , 909 (a), 920 and 926. cum 232.00 cum 3374.00 cum 224.00 cum 924.00 cum 39.00

One cum of masonry

One cum of masonry

79.00

92.00

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CHAPTER 10 – FLOORING AND PITCHING

Notes : -

1. Rates include -

(a) Lead up to 100m for all materials unless otherwise specified.

(b) Cost of all materials including water.

(c) All lifts for all materials.

(d) Cost of curing.

2. Lead for flag stones, mosaic and terrazo tiles shall be measured from the nearest railway station or market place, whichever is nearer.

3. Cement slurry @ 2Kg per Sqm shall be applied before laying of under layer on the cement concrete/RCC surface so as to get a good bond. The cost of relevant items includes cost of the cement slurry.

4. No deduction for voids shall be made from the gross measurement of pitching.

5. For concrete with aggregates like shingle, gravel and boulders, the rates will be worked out by direct subtraction of difference in rates of metal and shingle, gravel and boulders given in Chapter 5 from the rates of corresponding mix of the concrete.

6. Mosaic Terrazzo Tiles :- Where the average size of chips are 6mm and below, this shall be termed as “mosaic Tiles” and where the average size of chips is more than 6 mm these shall be termed as “Terrazzo Tiles”.

7. The shade of cement slurry required for floating and striking joints shall be of the same shade as those of tiles (mosaic / Terrazzo / Glazed Vitreous).

8. Measurements: - Length and breadth shall be measured correct to a cm and its area as laid shall be calculated in sqm correct to two places of decimal. Length and breadth shall be measured before laying skirting, dado or wall plaster. No deduction shall be made nor extra paid for any opening in the floor, for area up to 0.10 sqm

9. For flooring the floor shall be divided in to panels not exceeding 2 sqm in area & also joints shall be so located that the longer dimension of any panels does not exceed 2m.

10. The following Indian Standards may be referred to:-

I.S. No. Title

1237-1980 Cement concrete flooring tiles (first revision) (Reaffirmed 2006)

1443-1972 Code of practice for laying and finishing of cement concrete flooring tiles

(first revision) (Reaffirmed 2006)

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Item No.

2114-1984 Code of Practice for laying in- situ terrazzo floor finish (First revision)

(Reaffirmed 2006)

2571-1970 Code of Practice for laying in-situ cement concrete flooring (first revision) (Reaffirmed 2006)

3461-1980 PVC (Vinyl) asbestos floor tiles. (Reaffirmed 2006)

3622-1977 Sand stone (slabs & tiles) (First revision) (Reaffirmed 2003)

5318-1969 Code of practice for laying of flexible PVC sheet and tile flooring

(Reaffirmed 2006)

Item Unit Rate Remarks

1001

1002

1003

1004

1005

1006

1007

1008

1009

1010

Filling in plinth the material obtained from spoils including watering and ramming in 15 cm layers including 50 m lead and 1.5 m lift.

Providing and laying flag stone flooring (any pattern and design) over and including average 20mm thick bedding of cement mortar 1:6 and cement pointing in cement mortar 1:3, striking cum 70.00

Joints, curing- and cleaning

(a) 20-25 mm thick flag stone (sand stone) sqm 282.00

(b) 30-40 mm thick flag stone (sand stone) sqm 307.00

(c) 40-50 mm thick flag stone (sand stone) sqm 357.00

Labour only for item 1002

22cm thick grouted stone pitching (without quarry- spalls) with individual stones of 22 cm depth and minimum size 0.014 cum

In cement mortar 1:6

Labour for item 1004 sqm 77.00 cum 1005.00 cum 192.00

22 cm thick dry stone pitching (without quarry spall) with individual stones of 22cm depth and minimum size 0.014 cum cum 658.00

Labour only for Item 1006

(a) 30 cm thick dry stone pitching (without quarry spalls) with individual stones of 30 cm depth and minimum size 0.021 cum. cum 144.00 cum 749.00

(b) Labour only for item 1008 (a)

Labour only for item 1009 cum 144.00

22cm thick dry picked up boulder pitching including picking of boulders with individual boulders of 22 cm depth and at least the dimension of boulders in any direction should not be less than 10cm cum 322.00 cum 190.00

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Item No.

1011

1012

1013

1014

1015

1016

1017

1018

1019

1020

1021

1022

1023

Item Unit Rate

Add extra to item 1009 for quarried boulder pitching.

(a) Providing stone chips under stone pitching. cum 132.00 cum 248.00

(b) Providing picked up boulder spalls under pitching. cum 178.00

Labour only for item 1012(a) & (b)

Improved terrace flooring 75mm thick in cement concrete 1:3:6 with 40mm graded metal laid in panels including finishing with neat cement floating, curing etc. complete. cum 46.00 sqm 213.00

Improved terrace flooring 75mm thick in cement concrete 1:2:4 with 40 mm graded metal laid in panels including finishing with neat cement floating, curing etc. complete. sqm 251.00

Labour only for Item 1014 & 1015

Improved terrace flooring 40mm thick in cement concrete 1:2:4 with 20mm graded metal laid in panels including finishing with neat cement floating, curing, etc. complete. sqm 43.00 sqm 159.00

Improved terrace flooring 40mm thick in cement concrete 1:1.5:3 with 20 mm graded metal laid in panels including finishing with neat cement floating, curing, etc. complete. sqm 180.00

Labour only for items 1017 and 1018

75mm thick cement concrete base 1:4:8 under flooring with 40 mm graded metal including finishing, curing, etc., complete. sqm 30.00 sqm 154.00

Labour only for item 1020 sqm 29.00

40mm thick marble chips flooring rubbed and polished to granitic finish with under layer of 32mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4

(with 12.5 mm graded metal) and top layer of 8mm thick white, black or white and black marble chips of required sizes from

1mm to 4mm nominal size laid in cement marble powder mix 3:1 (3 cement : 1 marble powder by weight) in proportion of

4:7 (4 cement marble powder mix : 7 marble chips by volume). sqm 345.00 sqm 209.00 Labour only for Item 1022 including laying of sub floor of cement concrete

Remarks

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Item No.

1024

1025

1026

1027

Item Unit Rate Remarks

Marble chips skirting or dado (up to 30 cm height) rubbed and polished to granilitic finish, with top layer of 6 mm thick white, black or white & black marble chips of sizes from smallest to 4mm nominal size laid in cement marble powder mix 3:1 (3 cement :

1 marble powder by weight in proportion of

4:7 (4 cement marble powder mix : 7 marble chips by volume) and 22mm thick under layer with 15mm thick cement plaster

1:3 (1cement : 3 sand). sqm 321.00

(a) Add extra to item No. 1022 -

(i) Dark shade pigment with ordinary cement. sqm 27.00

(ii) Light shade pigment with white cement sqm 112.00

(iii) medium shade pigment sqm 90.00

(b) Add extra to item 1024 for

(i) Dark shade pigment with ordinary cement sqm 26.00

(ii) Light shade pigment with white cement. sqm

(iii) medium shade pigment sqm

98.00

80.00

Labour only for item No. 1024

(a) Providing & laying 20mm thick plain mosaic tile flooring, with indigenous (Indian) marble chips, over and including 20mm thick sub base cement mortar 1:6 and including cement floating, filling joints with neat cement slurry, curing, rubbing, wax polishing and finishing with oxalic acid complete- sqm 218.00 sqm 465.00 sqm 555.00

(i) Plain mosaic tile in natural grey shade.

(ii) Plain mosaic tile in red chocolate or yellow shade.

(iii) Plain mosaic tile in any shade other than (i) & (ii) above

(b) Add for plain terrazzo tiles in place of plain mosaic tiles.

(c) Add for chequered mosaic tiles in place of plain mosaic tiles

(d) Add for chequered terrazzo tiles in place of plain mosaic tiles. sqm 596.00 sqm 136.00 sqm 127.00 sqm 154.00

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Item No.

1033

Item Unit Rate

(e) Deduct for plain cement tiles in place of plain mosaic tiles. sqm 136.00

1028

(f) Without cost of tiles

Labour only for item 1027

1029 Providing and laying 6mm thick plain vitreous glazed type tiles flooring over and including 20 mm thick sub base of cement mortar 1:6 and including cement floating, fillings joint with neat cement slurry, curing and including border tiles, if any- sqm 210.00 sqm 158.00

1030

1031

(a) In white colour tiles

(b) In colour tiles (any required shade)

(c) Without cost of tiles

Labour only for item 1029

Extra for providing and fixing glass strips in joints of floors 40mm wide and 4mm thick sqm 797.00 sqm 861.00 sqm 209.00 sqm 111.00

M 9.00

* 1032 15mm thick Marble stone tile flooring over

18mm (Average) thick base of cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4coarse sand) laid and jointed with grey cement slurry including grinding rubbing and polishing etc. complete. (Area of tile should be 0.18 sqm and above)

(a) Makrana white second quality

(b) Raj Nagar plain sqm sqm

( c) Agaria White

(d) Black Zebra

1299.00

645.00 sqm 936.00 sqm 645.00

(e) Udaipur green marble

(f) Pink plain marble sqm 659.00 sqm 810.00

(g) Wonder marble

(h) Katni marble sqm 1356.00 sqm 702.00

15mm thick Marble tiles in risers and treads of steps skirting dado and pillars laid on

12mm (Average) thick base of cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement : 3 coarse sand) and jointed with grey cement slurry including rubbing and polishing etc. complete (Area of tiles to be upto 0.18 sq.m)

(a) Agaria White sqm 993.00

Remarks

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Item No.

c (b) Black Zebra

Item Unit

sqm

Rate

702.00

(c) Udaipur green marble

(d) Pink plain marble sqm sqm

717.00

547.00

1034 Extra Extra for using white cement slurry instead of grey cement slurry in joints of marble stone flooring or tiles for all thickness sqm 11.00

1035 Extra Extra for nosing in marble stone for treads sqm 52.00

1036 25 25 25 mm thick KOTA stone slab flooring over 20mm (Average) thick base of cement mortar 1:4 laid over andjointed with grey cement slurry mixed with pigment to match the shade of the slab including grinding rubbing and polishing etc. complete (Area of slab to be over 0.20 sq.m and upto 0.50 sq.m) sqm 570.00

1037 KOTA KOTA stone slab 25mm thick in risers and treads of steps, skirting dado and pillar laid in 12mm (Average)thick cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement : 3 coarse sand) and jointed with grey cement slurry mixed with pigment to match the shade of the slab including rubbing and polishing complete.

(single stone is to be used for riser and treads of steps and the width of stone for skirting and dado shall be equal to the height of skirting/ dado with a minimum length of 1.0 M.) sqm 635.00 m 2775.00 1038 25mm 25mm wooden planking tounged and grooved in flooring including fixing with iron screws complete with teak wood

1039 25mm 25mm wooden planking tounged and grooved in flooring including fixing with iron screws complete with Other than teak wood such as sal, haldoo and Bija m 1517.00

1040 38 mm thick parquet (wood blocks) flooring of teak wood laid over 25mm thick leveling layer of cement concrete 1:2:4 (1 cement :

2 coarse sand : 4 stone aggregate 10mm nominal size) to be paid separately coated with thin layer of hot bitumen (blown type)

@ 2.45 kg./ Sqm. including fixing blocks after dipping in hot bitumen (blown type) upto half depth planned, leveled, smooth and finished complete. m 4918.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

1041 Providing and fixing ceramic glazed wall tiles conforming to IS : 15622 of approved make, colours, shades and size on wall and dados over 12 mm thick bed of cement

Mortar 1:3 (1 cement : 3 coarse sand) and jointing with grey ce ment slurry @ 3.3kg per sqm including pointing in white cement mixed with matching pigment complete. m 525.00

1042 Providing and laying ceramic glazed floor tiles 300x300mm conforming to IS : 15622 of approved make, colour, shade laid on 20 mm thick Cement Mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4 coarse sand) including pointing the joints with white cement mixed with matching pigment etc., complete (in colour such as white ivory,grey,fume,redbrown) sqm 648.00

1043 Providing and laying ceramic glazed floor tiles 300x300mm conforming to IS : 15622 of approved make, colour, shade laid on 20 mm thick Cement Mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4 coarse sand) including pointing the joints with white cement mixed with matching pigment etc., complete (in colour except white ivory,grey,fume,redbrown) sqm 614.00

1044 Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles with double charge/ multi charge printing with water absorption less than 0.5% and conforming to IS : 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades and size mentioned below (+/-10mm), laid on 20mm thick cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4 coarse sand) including grouting the joints with white cement and matching pigments etc. complete, Size 600x600mm sqm 929.00

1045 Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles with double charge/ multi charge printing with water absorption less than 0.5% and conforming to IS : 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades and size mentioned below (+/-10mm), laid on 20mm thick cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4 coarse sand) including grouting the joints with white cement and matching pigments etc. complete, Size 800x800mm sqm 1268.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

1046 Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles with double charge/ multi charge printing with water absorption less than 0.5% and conforming to IS : 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades and size mentioned below (+/-10mm), laid on 20mm thick cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4 coarse sand) including grouting the joints with white cement and matching pigments etc. complete, Size 1000x1000mm sqm 1479.00

1047 Providing & laying 60mm thick precast interlocking grass paver concrete blocks of approved size (approx 305 sqcm) and shape/ pattern, over 40 mm thick average complete coarse sand bed with joints of

3mm thick filled by fine sand including leveling with surface vibrator, temping and sweeping etc. complete of minimum compressive strength of 250 kg/sq.cm sqm 590.00

Remarks

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CHAPTER 11 – PLASTERING AND POINTING

Notes

1. Rates include – (a) Lead up to 100 m, for all materials for all items.

(b) Cost of all materials including water.

(c) All lifts for all items.

(d) Cost of mixing cement mortar.

(e) Cost of curing.

2. Rates are inclusive of raking of joints, preparation of surfaces, erection and removal of scaffolding, finishing, curing and cleaning.

3. Measurements: - (i) Dimension shall be measured correct to the nearest cm. The area shall be calculated in sqm correct to two Places of decimal.

(ii) Measurement of wall plastering shall be taken between walls or partitions (dimensions before plastering being taken) for length and from top of the floor or skirting to ceiling for height. Depth of cornices or cover, if any, shall be deducted.

(iii) Deductions :- For jambs , soffits, sills etc.; for openings not exceeding 0.5 sqm each in area, for ends of joists, beams, posts, girders, steps, etc., not exceeding 0.5 sqm in area; and for openings exceeding 0.5 sqm and not exceeding 3 sqm each, deductions and additions shall be made in the following manner :-

(a) No deduction shall be made for ends of joists, beams, posts, etc. and openings not exceeding 0.5 sqm each and no additions shall be made for reveals, jambs, soffits, sills, etc., of these openings nor for finish (finish to plaster) around ends of joists, beams, posts etc.

(b) Deductions for openings exceeding 0.5 sqm but not exceeding 3 sqm each shall be made as follows and no addition shall be made for reveals, jambs, soffits, sills etc. of these openings.

(1) When both faces of wall plastered/pointed with same type of plaster / point, deduction shall be made for one face only.

(2) When two faces of wall are plaster/point with different types of plaster/point or if one face is plastered and the other pointed, deduction shall be made from the plaster or pointing on the side on which the width of reveal is less than that on the other side, but no deduction shall be made from plaster or pointing on the other side. Where widths are equal, deduction of 50 percent of area of opening on each face shall be made from areas of plastering and / or pointing as the case may be.

(3) When only one face is plastered and the other face is not plastered, full deduction shall be made from plaster if width of reveal on plastered side is less than that on unplastered side , but if widths of reveal on both sides are equal or width of reveal on plasterd side is

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more, no deduction shall be made nor any addition shall be made for reveals, jambs, soffits, sills etc.

(4) When width of door frame is equal to-thickness of wall or is projecting beyond thickness of wall, full deduction for opening shall be made from each plastered face of the wall.

(5) Plastering and pointing in C.M. 1:3 shall be done with prior written permission of the

Superintending Engineer.

(6) Thickness of plaster shall be exclusive of the thickness of key that is grooves or open joints in brick or stone work or space between laths. The minimum thickness over any portion of the surface shall not be less than specified thickness by more than 3mm.

(7) Only 10 or 15mm thick plaster will be allowed for all thickness of brick walls except on one side of 20 cm brick wall where 20mm thick plaster, if actually done will be paid.

Plaster more than 15 mm thick on brick work (except on one side of 20 mm thick brick wall) and more than 20 mm thick on stone work shall be done with prior written permission of the Chief Engineer/Superintending Engineer.

(8) It is essential that mixes shall be used as soon as possible after water has been added and that following working periods recommended shall not be exceeded. mortar - 30

(b) Cement lime mortar - 2 hours

After the finishing of the finishing coat, the plaster shall be kept wet for at least seven days.

Note: (1) Where two or three coat plasters are adopted as for as possible the mix for the under coats should contain coarse sand conforming to grading zone – II of I.S. 383-1970 and having fineness modulus not less than 2.0.

Note: (2) For single coat plaster the fineness modulus of sand should as for as possible 1.5 and conforming to grading zone – IV of I.S. 303-1970. Where only fine sand is available the fineness modulus of sand may be improved by mixing the required percentage of coarse sand. The strength of plaster mix gets reduced with the reduction in the fineness modulus of sand.

9. The following Indian Standards may be referred to:-

I.S. No. Title

383-1970 Coarse and fine aggregate from natural sources of concrete (Second revision) (Reaffirmed 2007).

1661-1972 Code of practice for application of cement and cement – lime plaster

2402-1963 finishes. (first revision) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Code of practice for external rendered finishes (Reaffirmed 2006)

2645-2003 Integral cement water proofing compound (first revision) (with

2750-1964 amendment No.1

Steel scaffoldings (with amendments No.1 to 3) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Item

No.

1105

1106

1103

1104

1101

1102

3696(Pt.I)-

1987

8605-1977

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Safety code for scaffolds and laders : Part –1 Scaffolds.

(Reaffirmed 2007)

Construction of masonry in dams. (Reaffirmed 1998)

20mm thick cement plaster on stone work in

(a) C.M. 1:3

(b) C.M. 1:4

(c) C.M. 1:6

(d) C.M. 1:8

25mm thick cement plaster on stone work in-

(a) C.M. 1:3

(b) C.M. 1:4

(c) C.M. 1:6

(d) C.M. 1:8

6mm thick cement plaster to ceiling in-

(a) C.M. 1:3

(b) C.M. 1:4

10mm thick cement plaster on brickwork in-

(a) C.M. 1:3

(b) C.M. 1:4

(c) C.M. 1:6

(d) C.M. 1:8

15mm thick cement plaster on brick work in-

(a) C.M. 1:3

(b) C.M. 1:4

(c) C.M. 1:6

(d) C.M. 1:8

20mm thick cement plaster on brickwork in

(a) C.M. 1:3

(b) C.M. 1:4

(c) C.M. 1:6

(d) C.M. 1:8 sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

66.00

58.00

54.00

97.00

86.00

74.00

68.00 sqm sqm sqm

119.00

105.00

91.00 sqm 84.00

138.00

123.00

106.00

98.00

157.00

140.00

121.00

113.00

53.00

48.00

73.00

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1112

1113

1114

1109

1110

1111

1115

1116

1117

Item

No.

1107

1108

1118

1119

Labour only for -

(a) Item 1101

(b) Item 1102

(c) Item 1103

(d) Item 1104

(e) Item 1105

(f) Item 1106

15 mm thick cement plaster 1:3 with water proofing compound (one packet of 1.6kg per bag of cement)

15mm thick rough cast cement plaster in

(a) C.M. 1:3

(b) C.M. 1:4

(c) C.M. 1:6

Labour only for item 1109

20 mm thick rough cast cement plaster in-

(a) C.M. 1:3

(b) C.M. 1:4

(c) C.M. 1:6

Labour only for 1111

1:3 cement plaster in bands (20mm thick) of-

(a) 10 to 20 cm width

(b) 20 to 30 cm width

1:4 cement plaster bands (20mm thick) of -

(a) 10 to 20 cm width

(b) 20 to 30 cm width

Labour only for items 1113(a) & 1114(a)

Labour only for item 1113 (b) & 1114 (b)

15mm thick cement plaster 1:3 with a floating coat of neat cement

15mm thick cement plaster 1:4 with a floating coat of neat cement.

Labour only for item 1117 & 1118 m m m sqm sqm m sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm m m

Sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

69.00

80.00

33.00

40.00

47.00

58.00

111.00

124.00

112.00

99.00

69.00

140.00

127.00

112.00

80.00

23.00

38.00

20.00

34.00

12.00

21.00

118.00

107.00

58.00

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Item

No.

1120

1121

1122

1123

1124

1125

1126

1127

Pebble dash plaster on walls with a mixture of washed pebbles or crushed stone graded from 6mm to 12mm nominal size, dashed over and including fresh cement plaster 1:3 in two coats, backing coat 10mm and finishing coat 10mm thick including arises, chamfers etc. complete.

Labour only for item 1120

Pointing on brick work with cement mortar

1:3

(a) Flush pointing

(b) Ruled pointing

(c) Raised and cut pointing

Pointing on brick work with cement mortar

1:4

(a) Flush pointing

(b) Ruled pointing

(c) Raised and cut pointing

Pointing on brick work with cement mortar

1:6

(a) Flush pointing

(b) Ruled pointing

(c) Raised and cut pointing

Pointing on stone work with cement mortar

1:3

(a) Flush pointing

(b) Ruled pointing

(c) Raised and cut pointing

Pointing on stone work with cement mortar

1:4

(a) Flush pointing

(b) Ruled pointing

(c) Raised and cut pointing

Pointing on stone work with cement mortar

1:6

(a) Flush pointing

(b) Ruled pointing

(c) Raised and cut pointing sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

178.00

109.00

58.00

58.00

74.00

56.00

56.00

71.00

54.00

54.00

67.00

49.00

52.00

72.00

47.00

51.00

69.00 sqm sqm

46.00

49.00 sqm 65.00

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Item

No.

1128

1129

1130

1131

1132

1133

1134

1135

1136

1137

1138

1139

Labour only for item 1122, 1123, and 1124,

(a) Flush pointing

(b) Ruled pointing

(c) Raised and cut pointing sqm sqm sqm

50.00

50.00

58.00

Labour only for item 1125, 1126, and 1127

(a) Flush pointing

(b) Ruled pointing

(c) Raised and cut pointing sqm sqm sqm

43.00

46.00

50.00

Cement pointing in C.m. 1:3 to flag stone flooring.

Labour only for item 1130 sqm 28.00 sqm 21.00

Cost of water for curing only One sqm of plaster or pointing

7.00

Labour only for curing

One sqm of plaster or pointing

9.00

Rough cast plaster upto 10 m height above

GL ,18mm thick cement plaster in two coats with under layer of 12mm thick plaster 1:5 (1 cement : 5 fine sand) and top layer of 6mm thick with cement plaster 1:3 (1 cement : 3 fine sand) finished rough with sponge sqm 363.00

Extra for water proofing material in proportion recommended by the manufactures kg 30.00

Extra for plastering exterior walls of height more than 10 m from ground level for every additional height of 3 m or part thereof

Extra for plastering on circular work not exceeding 6m in radius

Sqm 18.00

Sqm 6.00

Extra for plastering done on moulding cornices or architraves i/c neat finish to line and level

Providing and applying plaster of paris putty over plastered wall surface including scaffolding

(a)Upto 2 mm thickness to make surface even and smooth in line and level.

(b)More than 2 mm thickness to make surface even and smooth in true plumb and line and level

Sqm 87.00

Sqm 46.00 sqm 58.00

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CHAPTER 12 – WOOD WORK AND JOINERY

Notes:

1. Rates include – (a) Lead up to 100m for all materials unless otherwise specified.

(b) The cost of all spikes, nails, screws, glue etc. required for putting the work together and fixing the same.

(c) All lifts for all materials.

2. Lead shall be measured from the nearest market place or railway station or depot, whichever is nearer.

3. No lead is payable for fittings, fixtures, nails and screws for putting the work together and fixing the same.

4. Rates are for seasoned timber only.

5. Rates for glazed shutters for doors and windows are for transparent glass of 3mm thickness.

6. Seasoning and treatment – All timbers shall be kiln seasoned by a suitable process conforming to IS: 1141-1993 before being planed to the required sizes. Sapwood of durable species and heartwood and sapwood of non-durable species shall be treated with non-leachable type preservatives as specified in IS: 401-2001. The finished components shall also be given suitable treatment in places where there have been cut for joinery work.

7. Normally teakwood shall not be used for construction work, save of course, where use of teak is considered essential for this, prior written sanction of the Chief Engineer/

Superintending Engineer shall be necessary.

8. The items where more than one species of timber have been specified, the species of timber to be used shall be specifically mentioned while calling for tenders.

9. Built in fittings such as wardrobes, cupboards, shall be measured under appropriate item of joinery as follows:-

(a) The tops, backs, sides, divisions, and shelving’s shall be measured as boarding’s;

(b) The front shall be measured as doors; and

(c) The hanging and iron mongery shall be measured separately

10. The fittings shall be provided in accordance with schedule of fittings as given in

Annexure A and B.

11. Measurements – (i) Length and width shall be measured to the nearest 0.01m. Width of single or detached planks shall, however, be measured to the nearest 2 mm . Thickness shall be measured to the nearest 2mm.

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(ii) Scantlings, battens, and baulks shall, however, be measured to the nearest 2mm in each cross-sectional dimension.

12. No work of teakwood shall be carried out without written permission of the Chief

Engineer.

NOTE: Scantling means a piece of timber whose cross-sectional dimensions exceed 5cm but do not exceed 20cm in both directions, and batten means a piece of sawn timber whose cross sectional dimensions do not exceed 5 cm in either direction and baulk means a piece of sawn timber whose cross-sectional dimensions exceed 5 cm in one direction and 20 cm in other direction.

(ii) Areas shall be worked out to the nearest .01 sqm

(iii) Cubical contents shall be worked out to the nearest 0.001 cum.

(iv) All work shall be measured net as fixed, that is, no extra measurement shall be made for shape, joints, etc., except in the following cases :-

(a) Scantlings, battens, etc. in section other than rectangle from which section can be obtained;

(b) In case of scantlings, battens, etc. with varying sections, largest section shall be measured;

(c) Mitered pieces shall be measured along their longest length; and

(d) Circular or segmental portions shall be measured net separately.

(v) In measuring framed timber, length of tenons and scarf’s shall be added to the site length of the framed member. Extra lengths where required to be embedded in walls/floors shall be added to site lengths.

(vi) All liner louvers, such as rebates (straight or splayed) beads and chamfers shall not be measured for separately as the rates for relevant items provide for the same. measuring in choukats after fixing.

13. The following Indian Standards may be referred to :-

I.S. No.

110-1983

Title

Ready mixed paint, brushing, grey filter, for enamels for use over primers

(first revision)

204(Pt.-I)-1991 Ferrous metals (fourth revision) (Reaffirmed 2006)

204(Pt.-II)-1992 Non ferrous metals (fourth revision) (with amendment No.1 and 2)

(Reaffirmed 2001)

205-1992 Non-ferrous metal butt hinges (fourth revision) (Reaffirmed 2001)

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I.S. No.

206-1992

207-1964

208-1996

210-1983

281-1991

287-1993

303-1989

318-1981

362-1991

363-1993

364-1993

401-2001

419-1987

451-1992

452-1973

453-1993

707-1976

723-1972

729-1979

737-1986

848-1974

851-1978

852-1994

Title

Tee and strap hinges (fourth revision) (Reaffirmed 2001)

Gate and shutter hooks and eyes (revised)(with amendment No.1)

(reaffirmed 2006).

Door handles (fourth revision) (Reaffirmed 2001)

Grey iron castings (fourth revision) (Reaffirmed 1999) mild steel sliding door bolts for use with padlocks (third revision)

(Reaffirmed 2001)

Recommendations for maximum permissible moisture content for timber used for different purpose (third revision) (Reaffirmed 2003)

Plywood for general purposes (second revision) (Reaffirmed 2003)

Leaded tin bronze ingots and castings (second revision) (Reaffirmed

2001)

Parliament hinges (fifth revision) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Hasps and staples (fouth revision) (Reaffirmed 1999)

Fanlight catch (third revision) (Reaffirmed 1999)

Code of practice for preservation of timber (fourth revision) (with amendment No.1) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Putty, for use of window frames (first revision) (with amendment No.1)

(reaffirmed 2002)

Technical supply conditions for wood screws (third revision)

Door springs, rat-tail type (second revision) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Double acting spring hinges (third revision) (Reaffirmed 1999)

Glossary of terms applicable to timber technology & utilisation (second revision) (Reaffirmed 2005)

Steel counter sunk head wire nails (second revision) (with amendments

No. 1 to 3) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Drawer locks, cupboard locks and box locks (third revision) (Reaffirmed

2006)

Wrought aluminum and aluminum alloy sheet and strip for general engineering purposes (third revision) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Synthetic revise adhesives for plywood (phenolic and aminoplastic)

(second revision)

Synthetic resin adhesives for construction work (non-structural) in wood

(first revision) (Reaffirmed 2005)

Animal glue for general wood working purposes (first revision) (with amendment No.1) (Reaffirmed 1999)

Timber paneled and glazed shutters. (fourth revision) (Reaffirmed 2006) 1003 (Part I &

Part II 2003)

1019-1974

1068-1993

Rim latches (second revision) (with amendment No.1) (Reaffirmed 2000)

Electroplated coating of nickel plus chromium and copper plus nickel plus chromium on iron and steels (second revision) (Reaffirmed 2006)

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I.S. No. Title

1141-1993

1328-1996

Code of practice for seasoning for timber (first revision) (with amendment

No.1 and 2)

Veneered decorative plywood (second revision) (with amendment No.1 and 20) (reaffirmed-2002)

1341-1992

1378-1987

1658-2006

1659-2004

1708-1986

Steel butt hinges (sixth revision) (Reaffirmed 2001)

Oxidized copper finishes (third revision) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Fiber hard boards (third revision)

Block boards (second revision) (with amendment No.1)

1734(Pt.1)-

1983

1812-1982

Methods of testing of small clear specimen of timber (second revision)

(with amendment No.1) (Reaffirmed 2005)

Method of test of plywood part-I determination of density and moisture content (second revision) (reaffirmed 2003)

1823-1980

1826-1961

Carbon steel wire for the manufactures of wood screw (second revision)

(reaffirmed-2001)

Specification for floor door stopper (third revision) (reaffirmed-2001)

Venetian binds for windows (with amendment No.1)

1868-1996

2062-1999

2191(Pt.1)-

1983

(Reaffirmed 2001)

Anodic coatings on aluminum (third revision) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Weld able structural steel (third revision) (reaffirmed-1987)

Wooden flush shutters (cellular and hollow core type) part-I Plywood face panels (fourth revision) (Reaffirmed 2006)

2191(PtII)-1983 Wooden flush door shutters (cellular and hollow core type) part-II Particle board and hardboard face panels (fourth revision)

2202(Pt.1)-

1999

2202(Pt.II)-

1983

2209-1976

2380(Pt.1XXIII)-

1981

2525-1982

2681-1993

2835-1987

2931-1964

2932-2003

2933-1975

3087-2005

3097-2006

3337-1978

Wooden flush door shutter (solid core type) part-I Plywood face panels

(sixth revision)

Wooden flush door shutter (solid core type) part-II Particle board and hardboard face panels. (Reaffirmed 2006)

Mortice locks (vertical type) (third revision) (reaffirmed 2006)

Methods of test for wood particle boards and board from other lignocelluloses materials (reaffirmed-1989)

Dimensions for wrought aluminum & aluminum alloy (first revision)

Non-ferrous metal sliding door bolts (Aldrops for the use with padlocks)

(third revision) (Reaffirmed 2003)

Flat transparent sheet glass (third revision) (Reaffirmed 1998)

Ready mixed paint, brushing, and aluminum-zinc oxide composite primer.

Enamel, synthetic, exterior (a) under coating (b) finishing (third revision)

Enamel, exterior(a) under coating(b) finishing (second revision)

(amendment No.2 April 1982) (reaffirmed 2001)

Wood particle boards (medium density) for general purposes (second revision) (with amendments No.1)

Veneered particle board (second revision)

Ballies for general purpose (first revision)(reaffirmed 2006)

4827-1983

4835-1979

4962-1968

4992-1975

5187-1972

5930-1970

6198-1992

6318-1971

6607-1972

6760-1972

7196-1974

7197-1974

8760-1978

10019-1981

I.S. No.

3548-1988

3564-1996

3618-1986

3813-1987

3818-1992

3847-1992

3965-1981

4021-1995

4082-1996

4170-1967

4413-1981

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Title

Code of practice for glazing in buildings (first revision)

Door closer (hydraulically regulated) (fourth revision)

Phosphate treatment of iron and steel for protection against corrosion

(Reaffirmed 2002).

‘C’ hooks for use with swivels. (reaffirmed 1993)

Continuous (Piano) hinges (third revision) (Reaffirmed 2001)

Mortice night latches (reaffirmed 2006)

Dimension for wrought aluminum & aluminum alloy bar, rod & section

(first revision) (reaffirmed 2006)

Timber door, windows and ventilator frames (third revision) (with amendment No.1) (reaffirmed 2000)

Recommendations on stacking and storage of construction materials at site (second revision) (reaffirmed 2003)

Brass rod for general engineering purpose (with amendment No.1)

(reaffirmed 2006)

Brass wires for general engineering purpose (first revision) (reaffirmed

2006)

Electroplated coatings of nickel and chromium on copper and copper alloys (first revision)

Polyvinyl acetate dispersion-base adhesive for wood(first revision)

(reaffirmed 2005)

Wooden side sliding doors. (reaffirmed 2001)

Door handles for mortice locks (vertical type) (first revision) (reaffirmed

2006)

Flush bolts (first revision) (with amendment No.1) (reaffirmed 2006)

Mortice latch (vertical type) (with amendment No.1) (reaffirmed 2000)

Legged, braced and battened timber door shutter (first revision) (with amendment No.1) (reaffirmed 2006)

Plastic window stays and fasteners (reaffirmed 2005)

Rebated mortice locks (vertical type) (with amendment No.1) (reaffirmed

2006)

Slotted countersunk head wood screws (reaffirmed 1999)

Hold fasts (reaffirmed 2001)

Double action floor springs (without oil check) for heavy doors.

(reaffirmed 2000)

Mortice sliding door locks with lever mechanism (reaffirmed 2006)

Steel window stays and fasteners (reaffirmed 2001)

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Item

No.

1201

1202

Sawn teakwood framed and fixed in position. cum 92959.00

Sawn, sal, bija, haldu, kem or hollock wood wrought framed and fixed complete in position. cum 51183.00

1203 Sawn satkata wood wrought framed and fixed complete in position. cum 42708.00

1204 Labour only for items 1201 to 1203

1205 120 to 150mm dia, teakwood ballies including dressing and fixing complete cum 3158.00 m 330.00

1206 120mm to 150mm dia sal or bija wood ballies including dressing and fixing complete. m 159.00

1207 Labour only for items 1205 and 1206

1208 100mm to 119mm dia teak wood ballies including dressing and fixing complete m 22.00 m 176.00

1209 100mm to 119mm dia sal or bija wood ballies including dressing and fixing complete. m 140.00

1210

1211 75 mm to 90mm dia teakwood ballies including dressing and fixing complete.

1212

Labour only for item 1208 and 1209

75 mm to 90-mm dia sal or bija wood ballies including dressing and fixing complete. m 19.00 m 150.00 m 97.00

1213 75mm to 90mm dia satkata wood ballies including dressing and fixing complete

1214 Labour only for items 1211 to 1213 m 83.00

1215 Deduct for undressed ballies from items,

1205 to 1214

1216 15mm thick teakwood finished planks, fitted and fixed complete. m 16.00 m 10.00 sqm 1731.00

1217 15mm thick sal, bija, haldu, kem or hollock wood finished planks, fitted and fixed complete. sqm 867.00

1218

1219

20mm thick teak wood finished planks, fitted and fixed complete sqm 2183.00

20mm thick sal, bija, haldu, kem or hollock wood finished planks, fitted and fixed complete. sqm 1097.00

1220 20mm thick satkata wood finished planks, fitted and fixed complete. sqm 1014.00

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Item

No.

1221

1222

25mm thick teakwood finished planks, fitted and fixed complete. sqm 2707.00

25mm thick sal, bija, haldu, kem or hollock wood finished planks, fitted and fixed complete. sqm 1349.00 sqm 1245.00 1223 25mm thick satkata wood finished planks, fitted and fixed complete.

1224 30mm thick teak wood finished planks, fitted and fixed complete sqm 3231.00

1225 30mm thick sal, bija, haldu, kem or hollock wood finished planks fitted and fixed complete. sqm 1601.00 sqm 1476.00 1226 30mm thick satkata wood finished planks, fitted and fixed complete.

1227 40mm thick teak wood finished planks, fitted and fixed complete. sqm 4279.00

1228 40mm thick sal, bija, haldu, kem or hollock wood finished planks, fitted and fixed complete. sqm 2105.00 sqm 1939.00 1229 40mm thick satkata wood finished planks, fitted and fixed complete.

1230 (a) Labour only for teak, sal, bija haldu, kem, hollock or stakata wood planks finished fitted and fixed complete. sqm 88.00

(b) Deduct from item 1216 to 1230 for planks not fitted and fixed. sqm 44.00

1231 20 mm thick teak wood battened shutters

(with iron hinges, cleats and door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings. sqm 3021.00

1232 20mm thick bija, haldu or hollock wood battened shutters (with iron hinges, cleat, door stoppers, or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings. sqm 1744.00

1233 25mm thick teak wood battened shutters

(with iron hinges, cleats door stoppers, or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings. sqm 3522.00

87

Item

No.

1234 25mm thick bija, haldu or hollock wood battened shutters, (with iron, hinges, cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops, lower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings. sqm 2124.00

1235 30mm thick teak wood battened shutters

(with iron hinges, cleats door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings . sqm 4438.00

1236 30 mm thick bija, haldu or hollock wood battened shutters (with iron hinges cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings. sqm 2446.00

1237 40mm thick teak wood battened shutters

(with iron hinges , cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings. sqm 5932.00

1238 40mm thick bija, haldu or hollock wood battened shutters (with iron hinges, cleats, door stopper or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings sqm 3189.00

1239 Labour only for battened shutters including fixing in position.

1240 sqm 415.00

25mm thick teakwood fully paneled shutters

(with iron hinges, cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings. sqm 3547.00

1241

1242

25mm thick bija, haldu or hollock wood fully paneled shutters (with iron hinges, cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings. sqm 2291.00

30mm thick teak wood fully paneled shutters complete (with iron hinges, cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings. sqm 4150.00

88

Item

No.

1243

1244

30mm thick bija, haldu or hollock wood fully paneled shutters (with iron hinges , cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings. sqm 2614.00

40mm thick teak wood fully paneled shutters

(with iron hinges, cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings. sqm 5039.00

1245 40mm thick bija, haldu or hollock wood fully paneled shutters (with iron hinges, cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldorps, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings. sqm 3089.00

1246 Labour only for fully paneled shutters including fixing in position sqm 727.00

1247 25mm thick teak wood shutters (with iron higes, stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings -

(i) 2/3 paneled 1/3 glazed

(ii) 1/3 paneled 2/3 glazed

(iii) ½ paneled and ½ glazed

(iv) Fully glazed

1248 30mm thick teak wood shutters (with iron hinges, cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and hanles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings - sqm 3228.00 sqm 2766.00 sqm 2997.00 sqm 2266.00

(i) 2/3 paneled 1/3 glazed

(ii) 1/3 paneled 2/3 glazed

(iii) ½ paneled and ½ glazed

(iv) Fully glazed

1249 40mm thick teak wood shutters (with iron hinges, cleats door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings - sqm 3743.00 sqm 3166.00 sqm 3455.00 sqm 2531.00

(i) 2/3 paneled 1/3 glazed

(ii) 1/3 paneled 2/3 glazed sqm 4441.00 sqm 3839.00

89

Item

No.

(iii) ½ paneled and ½ glazed

(iv) Fully glazed

1250 25mm thick bija, haldu or hollock wood shutters (with iron hinges, cleats door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldrops, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings - sqm 4140.00 sqm 3061.00

1251

(i) 2/3 paneled 1/3 glazed

(ii) 1/3 paneled 2/3 glazed

(iii) ½ paneled and ½ glazed

(iv) Fully glazed

30mm thick bija, haldu or hollock wood (with iron hinges, cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldorps, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings. sqm sqm sqm sqm

2138.00

1895.00

2016.00

1649.00

1252

1253

(i) 2/3 paneled 1/3 glazed

(ii) 1/3 paneled 2/3 glazed

(iii) ½ paneled and ½ glazed

(iv) Fully glazed

40mm thick bija, haldu or hollock wood (with iron hinges, cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks, aldorps, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings.

(i) 2/3 paneled 1/3 glazed

(ii) 1/3 paneled 2/3 glazed

(iii) ½ paneled and ½ glazed

(iv) Fully glazed

Labour only for items 1247 to 1252 including fixing in position- sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

2413.00

2109.00

2261.00

1791.00

2784.00

2466.00

2625.00

2075.00

1254

(i) 2/3 paneled 1/3 glazed

(ii) 1/3 paneled 2/3 glazed

(iii) ½ paneled and ½ glazed

(iv) Fully glazed

Providing and fixing plain glass panes 3mm thick to doors and windows sqm sqm sqm sqm

701.00

649.00

675.00

549.00 sqm 442.00

90

Item

No.

1255 Extra rate over item 1254 for providing and fixing frosted or ground glass panes 3 mm thick sqm 113.00

1256 Labour only for item 1254 and 1255

1257 Teak wood wire gauge shutters using galvanised M.S.. wire gauge of IS gauge designation 85 G with wire of dia 0.56 mm

(with iron fittings, cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks including spring hinges, tower bolts and handles) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings sqm 61.00

(i) 25mm thick

(ii) 30mm thick sqm 2251.00 sqm 2885.00

(iii) 40mm thick

1258 Bija, haldu, hollock wood wire gauge shutters using galvanised M.S.. wire gauge of IS gauge designation 85 G with wire of dia

0.56 mm (with iron fittings, cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks, including spring hinges, tower bolts and handles fixed in position but excluding other fittings- sqm 3523.00

1259

1260

1261

(i) 25mm thick

(ii) 30mm thick

(iii) 40mm thick

Labour only for items 1257 and 1258

If iron fittings are supplied separately deduct from items 1231 to 1138

If iron fittings are supplied separately, deduct from items 1240 to 1245 and 1247 to 1252 sqm 1810.00 sqm 1995.00 sqm 2336.00 sqm 587.00 sqm 102.00 sqm 121.00

1262 Providing and fixing in position (solid core type) flush door, single leaf shutters bounded with thermosetting liquid phenol formaldehyde , synthetic resin (with iron hinges, cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings-

(A) 25mm thick shutters

(i) commercial on both side sqm 2129.00 sqm 2841.00 (ii) commercial on one side and teak decorative on other side

(iii) Teak decorative on both sides sqm 3475.00

91

Item

No.

(B) 30mm thick shutters

(i) Commercial on both sides

(ii) commercial on one side and teak decorative on other side

(iii) Teak decorative on both sides

(c) 40mm thick shutters

(i) Commercial on both sides

(ii) commercial on one side and teak decorative on other side sqm sqm 2900.00 sqm sqm

2247.00

3671.00

2378.00 sqm 3090.00

(iii) Teak decorative on both sides

1263 Providing and fixing in position (solid core type) flush door, double leaf shutters bounded with thermosetting liquid phenol formaldehyde synthetic resin (with iron sqm 3820.00 hinges, cleats, door stoppers or eyes and hooks) fixed in position complete but excluding other fittings:-

(A) 25mm thick shutters

(i) commercial on both side

(ii) commercial on one side and teak decorative on other side sqm 2156.00 sqm 2868.00 sqm 3503.00 sqm 2275.00 sqm 2927.00

1264

1265

(iii) Teak decorative on both sides

(B) 30mm thick shutters

(i) Commercial on both sides

(ii) commercial on one side and teak decorative on other side

(iii) Teak decorative on both sides

(c) 40mm thick shutters

(i) Commercial on both sides

(ii) commercial on one side and teak decorative on other side

(iii) Teak decorative on both sides

Labour only for fixing in position flush shutters for item 1262

Labour only for fixing in position flush shutters for item 1263 sqm sqm

3698.00

2405.00 sqm 3117.00 sqm 3847.00 sqm 163.00 sqm 163.00

92

Item

No.

1266 Providing and fixing 25 mm x 12mm thick teak wood battens double jafree with 50mm clear spacing complete (frame to be paid separately)

1267 sqm 1287.00 sqm 746.00 Providing and fixing 25mm x 12mm thick bija haldu or hollock wood battens double jafree with 50mm clear spacing complete (frame to be paid separately).

1268 Providing and fixing 50mm x 12mm thick teak wood battens double jafree with 50mm clear spacing complete (frame to be paid separately)

1269 sqm 1831.00 sqm 1209.00 Providing and fixing 50mmx12mm thick bija, haldu or hollock battens double jafree 50mm clear spacing complete (frame to be paid separately).

1270 Labour only for item 1266 to 1269 sqm 108.00

1271 Providing and fixing 40mm to 50mm dia bamboos, half split double jafree with clear distance of 50mm complete (frame to be paid Separately) sqm 134.00

1272 Labour only for item 1271 sqm 54.00

1273 Providing and fixing 5 mm thick north light glazing panes wired glass (IS:5437) sqm 974.00 including all fixtures, rubber packing, clamping accessories etc. complete (any height).

1274 Providing and fixing 6mm thick north light glazing panes wired glass (IS:5437) sqm 1458.00 including all fixtures, rubber packing, clamping, accessories etc, complete (any height)

1275

1276

Labour only for items 1273 and 1274 sqm 66.00

Providing and fixing 12mm thick teak wood louvers of 80mm clear spacing to window or ventilator frames fixed at an angle of 450 including making grooves and fixing with teakwood beading etc., complete sqm 1624.00

1277 Providing and fixing 3mm thick plain glass louvers on 80mm clear spacing to window or ventilator frames, fixed at an angle of 45

0 including making grooves and fixing with teak wood beading etc., complete. sqm 553.00

93

Item

No.

1278 Providing and fixing 3mm thick frosted glass louvers on 80mm clear spacing to window or ventilator frames, fixed at an angle of 45

0 including making grooves and fixing with teak wood beading etc. complete. sqm 598.00

Labour only for items 1276 to 1278

Providing and fixing window bars in position sqm kg

95.00

43.00

1279

1280

1281 Labour only for cutting and fixing window bars in position.

1283 Sawing charges for converting wooden sleepers or logs into planks and scantlings etc. - kg 6.00

1282 Providing and fixing nuts and washers to window bars including treading bars 25mm length on either side including cost of nuts. each bar

16.00

1284

(i) Soft wood

(ii) Hard wood

MILD STEEL FITTINGS

(i) Providing and fixing M.S. pressed but hinges bright finished with necessary screws etc., complete - sqm sqm

9.00

13.00

(ii) Providing and fixing M.S. single acting spring hinges bright finished with necessary screws etc. complete -

(iii) Providing and fixing M.S. double acting spring hinges bright finished with necessary screws etc. complete each 253.00

Item

No.

94

(iv) Providing 1 mm thick M.S. piano hinges finished with brass plating flange being 35 mm wide and fixing with necessary screws etc., complete. each 195.00

(v) Providing and fixing M.S. Tee hinges bright finished or/and black enameled with necessary screws etc. complete-

(a) 300x115x2.24 mm

(b) 250x100x2.24 mm

(vi) Providing and fixing M.S. sliding door bolts bright finished or / and black enameled with nuts and screws etc. complete- each each

48.00

42.00

(vii) Providing and fixing M.S. tower bolts

(barrel Type) with necessary screws etc. complete -

(a) 250x10 mm

(b) 200x10 mm

(c) 150x10 mm each each each

32.00

30.00

27.00

(viii) Providing and fixing 85x42 mm mils steel bright polished nickel plated pull bolt lock with necessary nut and screws etc. complete. each 181.00

(ix) Providing and fixing M.S. door latch with screws etc, complete

(a) 300x20x6 mm

(b) 250x20x6 mm

(x) Providing and fixing M.S. handles with necessary screws. Etc., complete- each each

50.00

44.00

(xi) Providing and fixing M.S. hooks and eyes

(a) 300 mm

(b) 250 mm each each

19.00

17.00

Item

No.

95

(c) 200 mm

(d) 150 mm

(e) 100 mm

(xii) Providing and fixing M.S. fanlight pivots with necessary screws. each each each

15.00

10.00

9.00 each 12.00

(xiii) Providing and fixing M.S. fanlight catch with necessary screws. each 13.00

(xiv) Providing and fixing 300mm long M.S. chain with hooks for fanlight including necessary screws etc., complete. each 15.00

(i) Providing and fixing bright finished brass butt hinges with necessary screws, etc., complete -

(a) 125x85x5.5 mm (heavy type)

(b) 125x70x4 mm (ordinary type) each each

(c) 100x85x5.5mm (heavy type)

(d) 75x65x4mm (ordinary type)

(e) 75x65x4mm (heavy type)

(f) 75x40x2.5 mm (ordinary type)

(g) 50x40x2.5 mm (ordinary type) each each each each each

342.00

140.00

253.00

110.00

122.00

63.00

45.00

(ii) Providing and fixing bright finished brass single acting spring hinges with necessary screws, etc., complete -

(iii) Providing and fixing bright finished brass double acting spring hinges with necessary screws , etc. complete -

(a) 150 mm each

(b) 125 mm

(c) 100 mm

(iv) Providing and fixing bright finished sliding door bolts with nuts and screws, etc., complete - each each

910.00

756.00

531.00 each 397.00

Item

No.

96

(v) Providing and fixing bright finished brass tower bolts (barrel type) with screws, etc. complete-

(a) 250 x 10 mm

(b) 200 x 10 mm each each

(c) 150 x 10 mm

(d) 100 x 10 mm

(vi) Providing and fixing bright finished brass door latch with necessary screws, etc. complete - each each

(a) 300x16x5 mm

(b) 250x16x5 mm

(vii) Providing and fixing special quality bright finished brass cup board or ward robe locks with six levers including necessary screws, etc., complete (best make of approved quality)- each each

(a) 40 mm

(b) 50 mm

(c) 65 mm

(d) 75 mm

(vii) Providing and fixing bright finished brass handles with screws, etc. complete - each each each each

180.00

156.00

144.00

108.00

168.00

150.00

119.00

125.00

136.00

166.00

(ix) Providing and fixing 150-mm bright finished floor brass door stoppers with rubber cushion, screws, etc. complete to suit shutter thickness. each 143.00

(x) Providing and fixing bright finished brass hydraulic door closer (Best make of each 1176.00 approved quality) with necessary accessory screws, etc. complete -

(xi) Providing and fixing bright finished brass hard drawn hook and eyes -

Item

No.

97

1286

(xii) Providing and fixing bright finished brass fan light pivot with necessary screws etc., complete each 39.00

(xiii) Providing and fixing bright finished brass tan light catch with necessary screws etc., complete each 32.00

(xiv) Providing and fixing 300mm long bright finished brass chain with hook for fanlight including necessary screws etc., complete. each 44.00

COPPER OXIDISED BRASS FITINGS-

(i) Providing and fixing copper oxidised brass but hinges with necessary screws etc. complete -

(a) 125x85x5.5mm (heavy type)

(b) 125x70x4mm (ordinary type)

(c) 100x85x5.5mm (heavy type)

(d) 100x70x4mm (ordinary type) each each each each

(e) 75x65x4mm (heavy type)

(f) 75x40x2.5mm (ordinary type) each each

(g) 50x40x2.5mm (ordinary type)

(ii) Providing and fixing copper oxidised brass single etc, complete each

(a) 150 mm

(b) 125 mm each each

(c) 100 mm

(iii) Providing and fixing copper oxidised brass double acting spring hinges with necessary screws etc complete- each

350.00

159.00

248.00

129.00

122.00

81.00

62.00

549.00

513.00

377.00

(iv) Providing and fixing copper oxidised brass sliding door bolt with necessary nuts and screws, etc. complete -

Item

No.

98

(v) Providing and fixing copper oxidised brass tower bolts (barrel type) with necessary screws etc. complete -

(a) 250x10 mm

(b) 200x10 mm

(c) 150x10 mm

(d) 100x10 mm each each each each

206.00

203.00

147.00

117.00

(vi) Providing and fixing copper oxidised brass 100mm mortice latch and lock with six levers and a pair of lever handles, necessary screws, etc. complete (best make of approved quality)

(vii) providing and fixing copper oxidised brass door latch with necessary screws, etc., complete - each 602.00

(a) 300x16x5 mm

(b) 250x16x5 mm each each

193.00

181.00

(viii) Providing and fixing copper oxidised brass night latch including necessary screws etc., complete (best make of approved quality). each 777.00

(ix) Providing and fixing 65x35mm special quality copper oxidised brass cupboard lock with six levers including necessary screws, etc., complete (best make of approved quality) . each 160.00

(x) Providing and fixing copper oxidised brass handles with necessary screws, etc., complete -

(a) 125 mm

(b) 100 mm each each

149.00

143.00

(c) 75 mm each 114.00

(xi)Providing and fixing 150mm copper oxidised brass floor door stopper, with each 186.00 rubber cushion, screws etc., to suit shutter thickness complete .

(xii) Providing and fixing copper oxidised brass hard drawn hook and eyes

(a) 300 mm

(b) 250 mm each each

143.00

119.00

Item

No.

99

1287

(c) 200 mm

(d) 150 mm each each

108.00

90.00

(e) 100 mm each 84.00

(xiii) Providing and fixing copper oxidised brass fan light pivot with necessary screws etc. complete. each 47.00

(xiv) Providing and fixing copper oxidised brass fan light catch with necessary screws etc., complete. each 31.00 each 55.00 (xv) Providing and fixing 300mm long copper oxidised brass chain with hook for fan light including necessary screws etc. complete.

CHROMIUM PLATED BRASS FITTING

(i) Providing and fixing chromium plated brass butt hinges with necessary screws etc. complete-

(a) 125x85x5.5 mm (heavy type)

(b) 125x70x4mm (ordinary type) each each

(c) 100x85x5.5 mm (heavy type)

(d) 100x70x4mm (ordinary type)

(e) 75x65x4 mm (heavy type)

(f) 75x40x2.5mm (ordinary type)

(g) 50x40x2.5mm (ordinary type)

(ii) Providing and fixing chromium plated brass single acting spring hinges with necessary screws etc. complete -

(a) 150 mm

(b) 125 mm

(c) 100 mm

(iii) Providing and fixing chromium plated double, acting spring hinges with necessary screws etc., complete

(a) 150 mm

(b) 125 mm

(c) 100 mm

(iv) Providing and fixing chromium plated brass sliding door bolt with nuts and screws etc. complete - each each each each each each each each each each each

368.00

160.00

237.00

119.00

102.00

84.00

43.00

575.00

533.00

391.00

919.00

741.00

557.00

Item

No.

(a) 300x16 mm

100

each 468.00

(v) Providing and fixing chromium plated brass bolts (barrel type) with necessary screws etc. complete

(vi) Providing and fixing 85 mm x 42 mm chromium plated brass pull bolt lock with necessary screws, nuts, bolts and washers etc. complete - each 342.00

(vii) Providing and fixing chromium plated brass door latch with screws etc. complete-

(a)300 x 16 x 5 mm

(b)250 x 165 x 5 mm each each

192.00

174.00

(viii) Providing and fixing chromium plated brass 100mm mortice latch and lock with 6 levers and a pair of lever handles with necessary screws etc. complete (best make of approved quality). each 570.00

(ix) Providing and fixing chromium plated brass night latch including necessary screws etc. complete (best make of approved quality) each 712.00

(x) Providing and fixing chromium plated brass handles with necessary screws etc., complete -

(a) 125 mm

(b) 100 mm each each

149.00

131.00

(c) 75 mm each 113.00

(xi) Providing and fixing chromium plated brass floor door stopper with rubber cushion, screws each etc. complete to suit shutter thickness. each 253.00

(xii) Providing and fixing chromium plated brass hard drawn hooks and eyes -

(a) 300 mm

(b) 250 mm each each

149.00

137.00

101

Item

No.

(c) 200 mm

(d) 150 mm each each

108.00

90.00

(e) 100 mm each 72.00

(xiii) Providing and fixing chromium plated brass fan light pivot with necessary screws etc. complete each 48.00

(xiv) Providing and fixing chromium plated brass fan light catch with necessary screws etc. complete. each 66.00

(xv) Providing and fixing 300mm long chromium plated brass chain with hook for each 48.00 fan light including necessary screws etc. complete.

(xvi) Providing and fixing chromium plated brass quadrant stays 300mm long with necessary screws etc. complete each 114.00

(i)Providing and fixing aluminum butt hinges anodised transparent or dyed to required colour or shade with necessary screws etc., completed-

(a) 125x75x4 mm

(b) 125x63x4 mm

(c) 100x75x4 mm

(d) 100x63x4 mm

(e) 100x63x3.2 mm

(f) mm each each each each each

128.00

116.00

107.00

101.00

95.00

(g) 75x63x3.2 mm

(h) 75x45x3.20 mm

(i) 50x45x3.2 mm

(ii) Providing and fixing aluminum sliding door bolts anodised transparent or dyed to required colour or shade with nuts and screws etc., complete-

(a) 300x16 mm

(b) 250x16 mm each each each

86.00

62.00

41.00 each 332.00 each 326.00

Item

No.

102

1289

(iii) Providing and fixing aluminum tower bolts anodised transparent or dyed to required colour or shade with necessary screws etc., complete-

(a) 300x10 mm

(b) 250x10 mm

(c) 200x10 mm

(d) 150x10 mm each each each each

144.00

126.00

108.00

90.00

(e) 100x100 mm each 59.00

(iv) Providing and fixing aluminum pull bolt lock anodised transparent or dyed to each 87.00 required colour and shade with necessary screws etc. complete-

(v) Providing and fixing aluminum handles anodised transparent or dyed to required colour or shade with necessary screws etc., complete-

(a) 125 mm

(b) 100 mm each each

63.00

57.00

(c) 75 mm each 63.00

(vi) Providing and fixing aluminum, hanging floor to required colour or shade with necessary screws etc., complete- each 29.00

(vii) Providing and fixing aluminum casement stays anodised transparent or dyed to required colour or shade with necessary screws etc., complete- each 123.00

(viii) Providing and fixing bright finished brass 100 mm mortice latch and lock with 6 levers and a pair of anodised aluminum lever handles with necessary screws etc., complete. (Best make of approved quality). each 653.00

OXIDISEDMILD STEEL FITINGS:

(I) Providing and fixing oxidised M.S. pressed butt hinges with necessary screws etc. complete-

(a) 125x65x2.12 mm each

(b) 100x58x1.90 mm

(c) 75x47x1.70 mm

(d) 50x37x1.50 mm each each each

24.00

18.00

15.00

9.00

Item

No.

103

(ii) Providing and fixing oxidised M.S. single acting spring hinges with necessary screws etc., complete-

(a) 150 mm

(b) 125 mm each each

(c) 100 mm

(iii) Providing and fixing oxidised M.S. double acting spring hinges with necessary screws etc., complete- each

(a) 150 mm

(b) 125 mm

(c) 100 mm

(iv) Providing and fixing oxidised M.S. tee hinges with necessary screws etc., complete- each each each

(a) 300x115x2.24 mm

(b) 250x110x2.24 mm

(v) Providing and fixing oxidised M.S. sliding door bolts with nuts and screws etc., complete- each each

(a) 300x16 mm

(b) 250x16 mm

(vi) Providing and fixing oxidised M.S. Tower bolt (barrel type) with necessary screws etc., complete- each each

288.00

252.00

174.00

383.00

306.00

197.00

45.00

40.00

76.00

74.00

(a) 250x10 mm

(b) 200x10 mm each each

29.00

28.00

(c) 150x10 mm each 20.00

(vii) Providing and fixing 85mmx42mm each 181.00 oxidised M.S.. pull bolt lock with necessary screws, bolts, nuts and washers etc. complete.

(viii) Providing and fixing oxidised M.S. door latch with screws etc., complete-

(a) 300x20x6 mm

(b) 250x20x6 mm each 53.00 each 47.00

104

Item

No.

(ix) Providing and fixing oxidised M.S. handles with necessary screws etc., complete-

(a) 125 mm each

(b) 100 mm

(c) 75 mm

(x) Providing and fixing oxidised M.S. hooks and eyes

(a) 300 mm

(b) 250 mm

(c) 200 mm

(d) 150 mm

(e) 100 mm each each each each each each each

12.00

10.00

8.00

19.00

16.00

15.00

12.00

8.00

(xi) Providing and fixing oxidised M.S. fan light pivot with necessary screws etc. complete- each 16.00

(xii) Providing and fixing M.S. fanlight catch with necessary screws etc. complete- each 15.00

(xiii) Providing and fixing 300 mm long oxidised M.S. chain with hook for fanlight including necessary screws etc., complete. each 14.00

1290 Providing and fixing stainless steel butt hinges with necessary stainless steel screws etc complete.

(a)125x2.5mm (heavy)

(b)100x2.5mm (heavy)

(c)75x2.5mm (heavy)

(d)125x1.9mm (light)

(e)100x1.7mm (light)

(f)75x1.7mm (light)

1291 Providing and fixing flush door shutters decorative type, core of block board construction with frame of first class hard wood and well matched teak ply veneering with vertical grains or cross bands and face veneers on both faces ofshutters excluding hinges each each

(a)35 mm thick (single leaf)

(b)30 mm thick (single leaf) each each each each

73.00

53.00

33.00

57.00

38.00

26.00 sqm 2796.00 sqm 2596.00 sqm 2526.00 (c)25 mm thick (single leaf)

105

Item

No.

1292 Providing and fixing flush door shutters, interior grade, commercial type, core of block board construction with frame of first class hard wood and well matched commercial ply veneering with vertical grains, cross bands and face veneers on both faces of shutters excluding hinges.

(a)35 mm thick (single leaf)

(b)30 mm thick (single leaf) sqm 1586.00 sqm 1510.00

(c)25 mm thick (single leaf) sqm 1433.00

1293 Providing and fixing 97mm thick Gypsum board partition upto ceiling height consisting of frame work "W" / "U" / "L" sections made of G.I. sheet with zinc coating of grade 120, consisting of floor and ceiling channel 50mm wide having equal flanges of 32mm and

0.55mm thick fixed to the floor and ceiling at the spacing of 610mm centre to centre with dash fastener of 12.5mm diameter 40mm length and the studs 48mm wide having one flange of 34mm and other flange 36mm and

0.55mm thick fixed vertically within flanges of floor and ceiling channel and placed at a spacing of 610mm centre to centre by 6mm dia bolts and nuts at both ends of partition fixed flush to wall with rawl plugs at spacing of 450mm centre to centre and fixing of boards to either side of frame work by 25mm dry wall screws on studs, floor andceiling channels at the spacing of 300mm centre to center and 97mm thick Gypsum board which includes one layer of tapered edge 12.5mm thick Gypsum plaster board (conforming I.S.

2095-1982) screw fixed with 25mm screws at 300mm centre to centre to either side, including jointing and finishing to a flush finish with recommended jointing compound, jointing tape, joint finisher and two coats of primer suitable for board as per manufacture's specification and Direction of

Engineer-in-charge all complete. sqm 666.00

106

ANNEXURE – A

SCHEDULE OF FITTINGS TEAK WOOD FOR JOINERY WORK AND FLUSH DOORS

1 2

100 mm

3 Single

Acting spring hinges

4 Rising hinges

100mm

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

- - - 2 - - - 2 - - - - - - - - - - - - -

- - - - - - - - 2 - - - - - - - - - - - -

107

1 2

5

Piano hinges (full length)

- - - - - - - - - 2 1 - - - - - - - - - -

6 Mortice 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

7 Slising door bolt

300mm

8 Slising door bolt

250mm

9 Door letch

300mm

10 Door letch

250mm

- - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

- - - - - 1 - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - -

- - - - - 1 - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - -

- - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

11 Indicating bolt

(vacant/engaged)

- - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - -

12 Flush 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

13 Flush - - - - - - - - - 2 - - - - - - - - - - -

14 Tower bolts

250mm

15 Tower bolts

150mm

- - - - 3 2 4 - - - - - - - - - 3 2 - - -

- - - - - - - - - - 2 1 - - - - - - 2 1 -

16 Tower bolts

100mm

17 Floor door stopper 125mm

- - - - - - - - - - - 1 1 - - - - - - 1 -

2 1 1 - 2 1 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

18 Finger - - - - - - - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - - - -

19 Casement window fastener

- - - - - - - - - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - -

1 2

20 Cement stays

300mm

108

- - - - - - - - - - - 1 1 - - - - - - - -

22 Door handles with plate 100mm

23 Window handle with plate 75mm

24 Helical door spring (superior quality)

25 Ball catcher

10mm dia

26 Cup board or robe lock

65x35mm

27 Fan light pivot set.

28 Fan light catch 14 mm.

29 Quadrant stays

300m

30 Chain and hooks

300m

31 Hooks and eyes

150mm

- - - - 2 2 2 1 1 - - - - - - - 2 1 - - -

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 1 -

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 1 - - -

- - - - - - - - - 2 1 - - - - - - - - - -

- - - - - - - - - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - -

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - -

- - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1 1 - - - - -

- - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - -

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - -

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 1 -

109

Note :-

(1) Door of room adjoining the verandah, corridor, lobby or hall, shall be considered as external door .

(2) Where the height of the door leaf exceeds 2.15 meters above the floor level one extra hinge shall be provided for every additional height of 0.50 meter, or part thereof top bolts shall be increased by the height of the leaf above 2.15 meters from floor level.

(3) Single leaf door shutters of more than 0.80 m width shall be provided with one extra hinge.

(4) Where the height of window shutter exceeds 1.20 meters one extra hinge shall be provided and length of top bolts shall be increased by the height of the leaf above 2.15 meters from the floor level.

(5) Fan-light shutters of more than 0.80 meter width shall be provided with one extra hinge and extra quadrant stay

(6) In double leaf shutters of doors, two door bolts shall be fixed to the first shutter and one to the closing shutter at the top. In case of windows with double shutters, two bolts shall be fixed to closing shutter and one to the 1 st

shutter at the top.

(7) In case of single leaf inter-communicating door-shutter, paneled, glazed or paneled bath and W.C. to bedroom. Two door bolts shall be replaced with one door latch 250mm. size.

(8) For centrally hung and bottom hung C.S. windows and fan-lights, a bamboo pole with hook for opening ventilators shall be provided for each residence or for set of 4 rooms in , case of office building.

(9) For shutter exceeding 40mm thickness heavy type M.S. butt hinges of 125x90x4mm shall be used.

(10) Window shutters with steel frames shall be provided with six hinges in case of double leaf shutters and three hinges in case of single leaf shutters, irrespective of height and width of shutters.

110

ANNEXURE – B

SCHEDULE OF FITTINGS FOR JOINERY WORK OF WOOD OTHER THAN TEAK WOOD

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

1 Butt 100mm 6 3 3 - - - - - - - - - 3 -

2 Butt 75mm - 1 - - - 6 3 4 2 2 - 2 - -

3 Butt 50mm 2 1 1 1 - - - 2 1 - - - 2 1

4 Tee hinges 115mm

(Arm length 300mm)

5 Sliding door bolts

300mm

6 Sliding door bolts

250mm

- - - 2 2 - - - - - - - - -

1 - - - - - - - - - - - - -

- 1 - 1 - - - - - - - - - -

111

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

7 Door 300mm 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - -

8 Door 250mm - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - -

9 Tower 250mm 2 1 2 - - - - - - - - - - -

10 Tower 150mm 1 1 2 2 2 - 2 - - - - - 1 1

11 Tower 100mm - - - - - 2 - 1 1 - - - - 1

12 Door handles 100mm 2 2 2 2 2 - - - - - - 2 2 1

13 Window handles

75mm

14 Cupboard or wardrobe knob brass

- - - - - - - 2 1 - - - - -

- - - - - 2 1 - - - - - - -

15 Helical door springs

150mm

- - - - - - - - - - - - 2 -

16 Ball 10mm - - - - - 2 1 - - - - - - -

- - - - - - - 2 1 - - - - -

17

Hooks and eyes

100mm

18 Chains and hooks

300mm Long.

19 Hasps and staples

(Safety type) 115m.

20 Fan light pivot (set)

- - - - - - - - - - - 1 - -

- - - - - - - 1 1 - - - - -

- - - - - - - - - - 1 - - -

- - - - - - - - - 1 1 1 - - 21 Fan light catch 14 mm

22

Quadrant stays 300 mm

- - - - - - - - - 1 - - - -

112

Note :-

1. Door of room adjoining the verandah, corridor, lobby or hall, shall be considered as external door.

2. Where the height of the door leaf exceeds 2.15 meters above the floor level one extra hinge shall be provided for every additional height of 0.50 meter, or part thereof top bolts shall be increased by the height of the leaf above 2.15 meters from floor level.

3. Single leaf door shutters of more than 80cm. width shall be provided with one extra hinge.

4. Where the height of window shutter exceeds 1.20 meters one extra hinge shall be provided and length of top bolts shall be increased by the height of the leaf above 2.15 meters from the floor level.

5. Fan-light shutters of more than 80 cm width shall be provided with one extra hinge and extra quadrant stay

6. In double leaf shutters of doors, two door bolts shall be fixed to the first shutter and one to the closing shutter at the top. In case of windows with double shutters, two bolts shall be fixed to closing shutter and one to the 1 st

shutter at the top.

7. For centrally hung and bottom hung C.S. windows and fan lights a bamboo pole with hook for opening ventilators shall provided for each residence or set of 4 rooms in case of office building.

8. In case of single leaf inter-communicating door shutter from both and W.C. to bed room, one 250mm, one 150mm tower bolts shall be replaced with one door latch 250 mm size.

9. For shutter exceeding 40mm thickness, heavy type M.S. Butt hinges of 125x90x4 mm shall be used.

10. Windows shutter with steel frames shall be provided with six hinges in case of double leaf shutters and three hinges in case of single leaf shutters , irrespective of height and width of shutters.

113

CHAPTER 13 – STEEL AND IRON WORK

Notes:

1. Rates include – (a) Lead up to 100m and all lifts for all materials for all items, unless otherwise stated.

(b) Conveyance and delivery, handling, unloading, storing, hoisting and labour for finishing to required shape and size.

(c) Straightening of reinforcement steel bars/structural steel sections including removal of harmful scales, coal tar or bitumen or lime, etc., if any, from the surfaces.

2. The steel reinforcement bars for item 1304(a) (Grade 1 of IS : 432 ptl-1982) and 1304 (b)

(Grade Fe 415 of IS : 1786-1985) shall conform to the physical properties as specified in relevant I.S.S.

3. The steel reinforcement bars shall withstand tensile test, bend test, rebend test and retest as specified in relevant I.S.S.

4. Measurements:- (a) Dimensions excepting cross-sections and thickness of plate shall be measured to nearest .001m except for reinforcement which shall be measured to nearest

0.005 m.

(b) Areas excluding cross-sectional measurements shall be worked out to nearest 0.001 sqm.

(c) Weights shall be worked out to nearest kg.

(d) Weight of cleats, brackets, packing pieces, bolts, nuts, washers, distance pieces, separators , diaphragm, gussets (taking overall sq. dimensions), fish plates, etc. shall be added to the weight of respective items.

(e) An addition of 2.5 percent of the weight of structure shall be made for shop and site rivet heads in riveted steel structures.

(f) No deduction shall be made for rivet or bolt holes (excluding holes for anchor or holding down bolts). Deduction in case of rivet or bolt hole shall however be made if its area exceeds 0.02sqm.

(g) The weight of steel sheet, plate and strip shall be taken from relevant Indian Standards based on 7.85 kg/sq m for every mm sheet thickness. For rolled steel sections, steel rods and steel strips weight given in Appendix-II (or relevant Indian Standards) shall be used.

(h) For forged steel and steel castings, weight shall be calculated on the basis of 7850kg per cum.

(i) In the case of welded steel structures no allowance shall be made for the weld metal.

(j) Steel reinforcement shall be measured by weight in kg. and shall include cutting to lengths, hooked ends cranking or bending (straight or spiral). Authorised overlaps, chairs/separators shall be measured. Binding wire for reinforcement shall no be measured.

The following Indian Standards may be referred to :-

114

I.S. No. Title

278-1978

280-2006

432(pt-I)-2000

456-2000

800-1984

Galvanised steel barbed wire for fencing (third revision). (with amendment Nos. 1&2) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Galvanised steel wire for general engineering purposes (third revision). (with amendment Nos.2)

Mild steel and medium tensile steel bars (third revision)

Code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete (third revision)

(with amendment No.1) (Reaffirmed 2005)

Code of practice for general construction in steel (second revised)

(with amendment Nos.2) (Reaffirmed 1998)

Scheme of symbols for welding (Reaffirmed 2003) 813-1961

814(Pt.I&II)- 2004 Covered electrodes for metal arc welding of structural steel

816-1969

818-1968

822-1970

1038-1983

1081-1960

1148-1982

Code of practice for use of metal arc welding for general construction in mild steel (Reaffirmed 1998)

Code of practice for safety and health requirements in electric and gas welding and cutting operations (Reaffirmed 2003)

Code of practice of inspection of welds. (Reaffirmed 2003)

Steel doors, windows and ventilators (third revision) (Reaffirmed

2006)

Code of practice for fixing and glazing of metal (steel and aluminum) doors , windows and ventilators (with amendment No.1)

Hot rolled steel rivet bars (up to 40 mm diameter) (for structural purposes) (third revision) (Reaffirmed 2004)

Steel tubes for structural purposes (third revision) 1161-1998

361-1978

1363 (Pt.I,II&III) –

2002

1566-1982

Steel windows for industrial buildings (third revision) (with amendment No. 1&2) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Hexagonal hard bolts, screws & nuts of product grade C.

1732-1989

1786-1985

1852-1985

1977-1996

Specification for hard drawn steel wire fabric for concrete reinforcement. (second revision) (Reaffirmed 2000)

Dimension for round and square steel bars for structural and general engineering purposes (first revision) (with amendment

No.1) (Reaffirmed 2004)

High strength deformed steel bars and wires for concrete reinforcement (third revision) (Reaffirmed 2000)

Rolling and cutting tolerance for hot rolled steel product (third revision) (Reaffirmed 2003)

Structural steel (ordinary quality) (second revision) (with amendment No.1 to 3)

2061-1995

2140-1978

2502-1963

2721-2003

2751-1979

115

Weldable structural steel (fusion welding quality) (third revision)

(with amendment No.1) (Reaffirmed 2000)

Standard galvanised steel wire for fencing (first revision)

(Reaffirmed 2006)

Code of practice for bending and fixing of bars for concrete reinforcement. (Reaffirmed 2004)

Galvanised steel chain link fence fabric (first revision) (Reaffirmed

1986)

Code of practice for welding of mild steel plain and deformed bars for reinforcement concrete construction (first revision) (Reaffirmed

1998)

Wooden fence posts (first revision) (Reaffirmed 2006) 3386-1979

4082-1996

4351-2003

4454(I)-2001

4948-2002

Recommendation of stacking and storage of construction materials at site (first revision) (Reaffirmed 2003)

Steel door frames (first revision) (with amendment No.1)

Steel door for cold formed springs-patented and cold down steel wires-unalloyed (second revision)

Welded steel wire fabric for general use (first revision) (with amendment No.1)

Reinforce concrete fence posts. (first revision) (Reaffirmed 2006) 4996-1984

6248-1979

8629 (Pt-I to III) –

1977

9077-1979

9417-1989

9595-1996

10521-1983

Specification for metal rolling shutters and rolling grills.

(Reaffirmed 2006)

Code of practice for protection of iron and steel structures from atmospheric corrosion. (Reaffirmed 2006)

Code of practice for corrosion protection of steel reinforcement in

R.B. and R.C.C. construction. (Reaffirmed 2002)

Recommendations for welding cold worked steel bars for reinforceda concrete construction. (Reaffirmed 1994)

Recommendation for metal arc welding of carbon and carbon magnese steel (with amendment No.1) (Reaffirmed 2003)

Collapsible gates. (Reaffirmed 2006)

IRC-21-1979 Standard specifications and code of Practice for Road Bridges-

Section III; cement concrete (Plain & reinforced) (first revision)

Item No.

116

Item Unit Rate

1301

1302

1303

1304

Steel work in single section including forging and hoisting, fixing in position etc. complete -

(a) In R.S. Joists

(b) In angels , channels, flats and tees

Labour only for item 1301 (a)

Labour only for item 1301 (b)

Supplying and fixing steel reinforcement bars

(tested) for R.C.C. including cleaning, straightening, cutting, bending, all handling, placing in position arid binding with 0.9 mm annealed binding wire confirming to I.S. 280-

1978 (including cost of binding wire)-

(a) Mild steel bars conforming to Grade-1 of

IS : 432 (part-I) kg kg kg kg

45.00

45.00

4.00

4.00 kg 46.00

1305

(b) Cold worked steel high strength bars conforming to grade Fe 415 of I.S.: 1786

Labour only for binding steel reinforcement bars (tested) for R.C.C. including cleaning straightening, cutting, bending all handling lacing in position and binding with 0.9 mm annealed binding wire confirming to I.S. 280-

1978 GI wire-

(a) Including cost of binding wire

(b) Excluding cost of binding, wire

1306 Steel work in trusses and frame work purlins etc. including cutting, hoisting, fixing in position, including painting with primary coat of lead paint.

Labour only for item 1306 1307

1308 Steel work in Tubular structures as per approved design consisting of columns, trusses, roof and bottom purlins, base plates, holding down bolts, wind ties, bracings (if required) bolts, nuts and washers for fastening etc., complete with one coat of red oxide zinc chromate primer.

1309 Labour only for erection of any kind of steel of tubular trusses including fixing in position kg 46.00 kg kg

5.00

4.00 kg 52.00 kg 10.00 kg 73.00 kg 3.00

1310 Expanded metal netting No.19, 20mm,

S.W.M. 3 mmx16BS.W.G. including fixing, with sawn teak wood battens 50mm x 20mm screwed excluding painting. sqm 473.00

Remarks

Item No.

1311

1312

1313

1314

1315

1316

1317

1318

1319

1320

Item

117

Unit Rate

Fly proof G.I. wire netting including fixing with sawn teak wood battens 50mm x 20mm screwed, excluding painting. sqm 421.00 sqm 434.00 20mm x 25mm hexagonal G.I. Wire netting, including fixing with sawn teak wood battens

50mm x 20mm screwed excluding painting.

Providing welded steel wire fabric (IS: 4948) including fixing with sawn teak wood battens

50mm x 20mm screwed excluding painting. sqm 453.00

Labour only for cutting bending laying and fixing in position hard drawn steel wire fabric

(IS: 1566) for concrete reinforcement.

Labour only for items 1310 to 1313 sqm 18.00 sqm 47.00

Providing and fixing in position collapsible steel shutters with vertical channels 20x10x

2mm at 10cm centre braced with flat iron diagonals 20x5 mm size with top and bottom rail of T-iron 40x40x6 mm with 40 mm dia steel pulleys complete with bolts, nuts, locking arrangement, stoppers, handles, including applying a priming coat of approved steel primer. sqm 2404.00

Labour only for fixing of item 1316 sqm 191.00

Providing and fixing 1mm thick M.S. sheet sliding-shutters with frame and diagonal braces of 40x40x6 mm angle iron, 3mm M.S. gusset plates at the junction and comers,

25mm dia, pulley, 40x40x6mm angle and Tiron guide at top and bottom respectively including applying a priming coat of approved steel primer. sqm 2485.00 sqm 112.00 Labour only for fixing of item 1318

Providing, fabricating and fixing in position

M.S. grill for window opening (or any other similar opening), wicket gate, Compound gate or over parapets, grill on Staircase etc. or works of similar nature of any pattern, any design (straight or curved) fitted and fixed in position, including all welding, riveting etc., to floors, walls, columns, etc., and repairing the same to the original condition in CM 1:3 complete -

(a) M.S. grill consisting of M.S. bars only kg 59.00

Remarks

Item No. Item

118

Unit Rate

1321

1322

(b) M.S. grills consisting of M.S. flats, channels, angle iron, T-section, joists, plates.

(c) M.S. grills consisting of square or hexagonal M.S. bars or sheets.

(a) Welding by gas plants including cost of electrodes.

(b) Welding by electric plant including cost of electrodes.

Providing and fixing 1mm- thick M.S. sheet garage door with frame of 40x40x6mm angle iron and 3mm M.S. gusset plates at the junction and comers , all necessary fittings complete including applying a primary coat of approved steel primer - kg kg

62.00

64.00 cm 3.00 cm 2.00

1323

(a) using M.S. angles 40 x 40 x 6 mm for diagonal braces.

(b) Using flats 30x6 mm for diagonal braces and central piece.

Labour only for fixing for -

(a) Item 1322 (a)

Providing and fixing top cover for rolling shutters. sqm 2334.00 sqm 2221.00 sqm 187.00

(b) Item 1322 (b) sqm 187.00

1324 Supplying and fixing rolling shutters of approved make, made of 80x1.25mm laths interlocked together through their entire length and jointed together at the end by end locks mounted on especially designed pipe shaft with Brackets, side guides and arrangements fore inside and outside locking with push and pull operation complete including the cost of providing and fixing necessary 27.5 cm long wire spring grade-2, I.S.:454-Part-II-1981 and

M.S. top cover 1.25 mm thick for rolling shutters. sqm 1441.00

1325 each 394.00

1326

Providing and fixing 27.5 cm long wire spring grade 2 for rolling shutters.

Providing and fixing ball bearing for rolling shutters. each 424.00

1327 m 200.00

Remarks

Item No. Item

119

Unit Rate

1328

1329

Extra for providing mechanical device, chain and crank operation for operating rolling shutters-

Exceeding 10sqm and up to 16.8 sqm in area.

sqm 412.00

(b) Exceeding 16.8 sqm in area sqm 483.00 sqm 118.00 Fixing standard steel glazed doors, windows and ventilators in wall with 15x3 mm lughs

10cm long embedded in cement concrete blocks 15x15x10cm of 1:3:6 C.C. with 20mm graded metal or with wooden plugs and screws or rawl plugs and screws or with fixing clips or with bolts and nuts as required, including fixing of glass panes with glazing clips and special metal sash putty of approved make or metal beading with screws (only steel windows with lugs glass panes cut to size and glazing clip or metal beading with screws, shall be supplied by department free of cost).

1330 Providing and fixing steel glazed doors, windows and ventilators of standard rolled steel sections, joints mitred and welded with

15x3 mm lugs 10cm long, with steel lugs, embedded in cement concrete blocks

1x15x10cm of 1:3:6 with 20mm graded metal or with wooden plugs and screws or rawl plugs and screws or with fixing clips or with bolts and nuts as required including providing and fixing of glass panes with glazing clips and special metal sash putty of approved make complete including Applying a priming coat of approved steel primer, excluding the cost of metal beading and other fittings except necessary hinges or pivots as required :-

Remarks

1331

(b) Windows fixed

(c) Windows side hung

(d) Ventilators top hung

(e) Ventilators centre hung

Extra for providing and fixing steel beading of approved shape and section with screws instead of glazing clips and metal sash putty-

(a) Steel doors

(b) Steel windows

(c) Steel ventilators sqm 1674.00 sqm 2149.00 sqm 2209.00 sqm 2387.00 sqm 291.00 sqm 356.00 sqm 360.00

Item No.

1332

1333

1334

1335

1336

1337

1338

1339

1340

120

Item Unit Rate Remarks

Providing and fixing T-iron frames for doors, windows and ventilators of metal steel Tsection, joints mitred and welded with 15x3 mm lugs 10cm long embedded in cement concrete blocks 15x15x10 cm size of 1:3:6 c.c. with 20mm graded metal or with wooden plugs and screws or rawl plugs and screws, or with fixing clips or with bolt and nuts as required including fixing of necessary butt hinges and screws and applying a priming coat of approved steel primer kg 63.00

Providing and fixing M.S, fan clamp type 1 (of building code of India 1970), 16mm dia M.S. bar bent to shape with hooked end in R.C.C. slabs during laying including painting the exposed portion of loop, all as per standard design completed. each 83.00

Extra over rate of item 1333 for providing and fixing M.S. fan clamp type 2 (of Building code of India 1970) as per standard design in

R.C.C. beams during laying towards the additional height of the clamp due to beam per cm height

1.00 kg 82.00 Providing and fixing M.S. round holding down bolts with nuts and washer plates complete.

Providing and fixing bolts up to 300mm in length including nuts and washers complete. kg 79.00

Providing and fixing bolts above 300 mm in length including nuts and washers complete.

Labour only of item 1336 and 1337 kg 79.00 kg 10.00 kg 110.00 Providing and fixing of M.S. rivets in sizes in position

Providing and fixing a 1m high fencing with precast 1:2:4 R.C. line posts of 1.5m in length with metal of maximum size 12.5 mm with

6mm dia. M.S. bar placed one at each corner with 3mm dia. Steel ties with spacing 20c.m. placed at maximum 3m apart (corner end and every 10 th

post to be strainer post of 1.6m length and strutted with strut of 1.6 m length line and strainer posts embedded in 1:5:10 c.c. 30x30x40 cm, the foundation level at

10cm below the bottom level of posts struts resting over c.c. block of size 50x25x12.5 cm including excavation, providing with 3 horizontal rows and two diagonals of barbed wire. m 191.00

Item No. Item

121

Unit Rate

1345

1346

1347

1341 Supplying 1:2:4 R.C.C. precast fencing posts

(IS:4996) 1.5m long and 125x100mm in size with graded metal of maximum size 12.5 mm including form work finishing and curing etc., complete. each 163.00

1342 Supplying of 1:2:4 R.C.C. strainer posts

(IS:4996) 1.6m long and 125x125 mm in size with graded metal 12.5 mm including form work, finishing and curing etc., complete . each 193.00

1343 each 131.00

1344

Supplying of 1:2:4 R.C.C. 1.6m long strut or braces- (I.S.: 4996) of size 85x85 mm with graded metal 12.5 mm including from work finishing and curing etc., complete.

Wire fencing with 1.8 m to 2.5 m apart 1.2m above ground level and 45cm below G.L. fixed in lime concrete or cement concrete 1:5:10

(30x30x30 cm) including diagonal struts at comers and at every seventh post, oil painting with two coats on each post etc., complete - m 288.00 (a) Barbed wire 9.38 kg per 100m (min.) with angle iron posts 50x50x6 mm 3 rows of wire

(b) Barbed wire 9.38 kg per 100m (min.) with angle iron posts 40x40x6mm 3 rows of wire.

(c) Barbed wire 9.38 kg per 100m (min.) with teak wood ballies 120mm dia 3 rows of wire.

(d) Seven strained plain G.I. wire 16 gauge with angle iron posts 50x50x6 mm 3 rows of wire.

(e) Plain seven strained G.I. wire with angle iron posts of 40x40x6mm 3 rows of wire. m m m m

237.00

129.00

299.00

235.00

Add for each additional row of wire in-

(a) Item 1344 (a) , (b) and (c)

(b) Item 1344 (d) and (e)

Add for each additional 0.3m height of pole-

(a) For angle iron post 50x50x6 mm

(b) For angle iron posts 40x40x6mm

(c) For teak wood ballies 120mm dia

Deduct for cost of wire for each row in -

(a) Item 1344 (a) , (b) and (c)

(b) Item 1344 (d) and (e) m m m m m m m

8.00

12.00

55.00

43.00

12.00

7.00

12.00

Remarks

Item No.

1348

1349

1350

1351

1352

1353

1354

1355

1356

122

Item Unit Rate

Labour only for fixing posts in lime concrete or cement concrete.

Labour only for straining add fixing barbed wire to wood, concrete or iron post, including screwing with G.I. tying wires, G.I. staples or steel pins etc., (excluding cost of wire, staple, pins) for each row of wire. each 28.00 m 7.00

Labour only for straining and fixing G.I. plain wire to wood, concrete or iron posts including screwing with G.I. Staples of steel pins

(excluding cost of wire, staple, pins) for each row of wire.

Supplying and fixing turn buckles and straining bolts for barbed wire fencing. m 4.00 each 136.00

1.2 m high welded steel wire fabric confirming to I.S:226-1975 fencing with 1.8 m R.C.C. posts of standard design placed every 3 m apart, embedded in cement concrete blocks

45x45x60 cm of mix 1:5:10 with 40 mm metal corner end and every 10 th

post to be strutted and struts embedded in cement concrete blocks 70x45x50 cm of the same mix provided with welded steel wire fabric 0.9 m wide rectangular mesh 75x25 mm size weighing not less than7.75 kg/m2 fixed between the posts fitted and fixed with G.1 staples on wooden plugs tied to 6mm bar ribs with binding wire including earthwork excavation, concrete work and cost of posts, struts etc., complete. m 691.00 m 14.00 m 389.00

Labour only for item1352

Wire mesh fencing (50 mm 18 SWG) with angle iron posts 40mmx40mmx6mm 1.8 m to

2.5 m apart 1.20 above G.L. 45 cm below G.L. fixed in lime concrete or cement concrete

1:5:10 (30x30x30 cm) including diagonal struts at corners, oil painting of posts with 2 coats complete. woven wire fencing (10 gauge) with angle iron posts 40x40x6 mm 1.8 to 2.5 m apart 1.2 m above G.L. 45 cm below G.L. fixed in lime concrete or cement concrete 1:5:8 (30x30x30 m) including diagonal struts at comers, oil painting of posts with 2 coats etc. COMPLETE

Labour for fixing wire mesh or woven wire fencing to post as in item 1354 and 1355. m 393.00 m 9.00

Remarks

123

CHAPTER 14-CEILING AND WALL BOARDING

Notes :-

1. Rates include- (a) Lead up to 100 m for all materials for all items unless specified otherwise.

(b) All leads for all fastenings.

(c) All lifts for all materials for all items.

(d) Cutting of boards or sheets to required size and shape to conform to the pattern of paneling as ordered and each panel being in one whole piece.

(e) Supplying and fixing with G.I. or brass screws, nails or panel pins as ordered.

(f) All necessary scaffolding and other materials required for completing the work.

2. Rates do not include painting, varnishing and white washing.

3. For ceiling or wall boarding, lead shall be measured from the nearest railway station or market place whichever is nearer.

4. Rates for ceiling shall also be applicable for partitions, soffits, eve boards and sunshades, unless they are provided separately.

5. The item 1410 shall also be applicable for ceiling with celetex, treetex, unitex, insuilite, masconite, nova teak boards, standard press wood similar other approved hard boards.

6. Measurements: - (a) Dimensions shall be measured to the nearest 0.01 m. Areas shall be worked out to the nearest 0.01 sqm.

(b) All works shall be measured net, as fixed no allowance being made for wastage.

(c) No deduction shall be made for openings not exceeding 0.4 sqm.

7. No work of teakwood shall be carried out with out written permission of Chief Engineer.

8. The plank thickness may vary from 15 to 20 mm. The width of plank shall be 100 to 150 mm.

9. The following Indian Standards may be referred to-

I.S. No.

287-1993

303-1989

401-2001

419-1967

723-1972

749-1978

1141-1993

1331-1971

1658-1977

2098-1997

Title

Recommendations for maximum permissible moisture content for timber used for different purposes (third revision) (with amendment

No. 1) (reaffirmed 2003)

Plywood for general purposes (third revision)(with amendment No.

1 to 3) (reaffirmed 2003)

Code of practice for preservation of timber (fourth revision) (with amendment No. 1) (reaffirmed 2006)

Putty for use on window frames (first revision) (with amendment

No. 1) (Reaffirmed 2002)

Steel countersunk head wire nails (second revision)(with amendment No. 1 to 3) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Handloom cotton Dungri cloth (first revision)(reaffirmed 2003)

Code of practice for seasoning of timber (first revision)(with amendment No. 1 & 2)

Cut size of timber (second revision) (reaffirmed 2006)

Specifications for fiber hard boards (third revision).

Specifications for asbestos cement building boards (with amendment No. 1 & 2)(Reaffirmed 2007)

124

2441-1984 Code of practice for fixing ceiling covering (first revision)

(reaffirmed 2000)

Indian Hessian General (first revision. (with amendment No. 1) 2818 (pt.I to Part

IV) 1990

3087-2005

3097-1980

3348-1965

5390-1984

6730-1972

6760-1972

Wood particle boards (medium density) for general purposes (with amendment No. 1)

Veneered particle boards (second revision)

Fiber insulation boards (with amendment No. 1) (reaffirmed 2005)

Code of practice for construction of timber ceilings (first revision)

(reaffirmed 2000)

Felt nails (Reaffirmed 2006)

Slotted countersunk head wood screws (with amendment No. 1)

(Reaffirmed 1999)

Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

1401 Providing and fixing teak wood plain with tongued and grooved jointing and screws (framework and cover fillets to be measured and paid for separately)-

(a) 12 mm thick

(b) 20mm thick

1402 Labour only for Item 1401

1403 Providing and fixing teak wood ceiling with tongued and grooved jointing and wood screws (frame work and cover fillets to be measured & paid for separately). sqm 1198.00 sqm 1964.00 sqm 49.00

(a) 12 mm thick

(b) 20 mm thick

1404 Labour only for item1403

1405 Deduct for butt jointing in place of tongued and grooved type joint in items 1401 and 1403.

1406 Labour only for item1405

1407 Providing and fixing cloth ceiling with teak wood battens of finished size 50 mmx20mm planed, moulded, beaded and screwed to the frame work above for panels excluding frame work-

(a) Textile cloth (IS:749-1978

(b) Hessain cloth (IS;2818 Pt. 1-1971)

1408 Labour only for item 1407

1409 Providing and fixing 5 mm thick asbestos cement sheet ceiling (IS: 2098-1964), fixed with sawn teak wood battens of finished size 50 mm x 20 m excluding joists.

1410 Labour only for item 1409 sqm 1198.00 sqm 1964.00 sqm 95.00 sqm 18.00 sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

16.00

218.00

205.00

24.00 sqm 425.00

45.00

125

Item No. Item

1411 Providing 10mm thick plaster of paris (Gypsum anhydrous) ceiling height of 5m. above floor level over strips (Sal, Bija, Haldu) 25x6mm with 10mm gap in between and reinforced with rabbit wire mesh fixed into wooden frame (Frame work to be paid separately)

(a)Flat surface

(b)Curved surface

1412 Add extra for sunk or raised mouldings in the plaster of paris (Gypsum anhydrous) ceiling.

1413 Add Extra for providing plaster of paris (Gypsum and anhydrous) ceiling above 5 M. height from floor level.

1414 Providing and fixing 12mm thick plaster of paris

(Gypsum Anhydrous) ceiling upto a height of 5 M. above floor level over wooden frame and rendering smooth with plaster of paris (Frame work to be paid separately).

Unit

sqm sqm

Rate

714.00

745.00

Remarks

sqm 148.00 sqm 37.00 sqm 165.00

1415 Providing and fixing false ceiling with frame work consisting of main and cross runners of anodised aluminium tees of sizes 38mmx25.5mmx1.5mm or equivalent size of angles connected with the help of aluminium elbows/ angles by means of screws/nuts and bolts of required size to form a grid of not more than 610mmx610mm together with anodised aluminium angle of 38mmx38mmx1.5mm size with teak wood plugs and M.S. screws 750 mm centre to centre fixed to the walls and supporting the entire frame work with ceiling by mean of 6mm dia M.S. hangers space between roof and ceiling upto one metre bent to the required shape and M.S. holding cleats of M.S. flats 25mmx6mm painted with one coat of red oxide paint complete of 1220mm centre to centre on either direction and cutting R.C.C. slab and repairing the same in C.M. 1:3 after hanging/ connecting M.S. to the main reinforcement including supplying fixing over aforesaid frame with ceiling tiles.

(i)12mm thick unveneered Nova teak or equivalent super plain tiles

(ii)12 mm thick half random perorated tiles

Perforated area 5% sqm 396.00 sqm 408.00

(iii)12 mm thick half random perorated tiles

Perforated area 13% sqm 444.00

126

CHAPTER – 15 ROOFING

Notes:-

1. Rates include- (a) Lead up to 100 m for all materials for all items unless otherwise specified.

(b) All lifts for all materials

(c) All lead for roof fastening materials, bitumen and bitumen felts

2. Lead for G.I. or A.C. sheets and stones slabs shall be measured from the nearest railway station or market place, whichever is nearer.

3. The rates for G.I. or A.C. sheet roofing are inclusive of necessary overlaps and wastage in cutting and all standard screws nuts, washers, bolts “J” hooks and other fasteners.

4. The rates include, unless otherwise, stated, where necessary, handling, unloading, storing, fabrication, hoisting, all labour for finishing to required shape and size.

5. The surface of flat roofs shall have a minimum slope of 1 in 120. Adequate openings both in number and size shall be provided to drain out the rain water. For every 50 sqm. of roof area, one 100 mm dia rain water pipe shall be provided.

6. Water proofing of roofs with bitumen felts, involving execution of items 1544 to 1553, shall not be done without prior written sanction of the Chief Engineer/Superintending Engineer.

7. Measurement- (a) Dimensions shall be measured to the nearest 0.01 sq.m. The area shall be worked out to the nearest 0.01 sqm. The cubical contents shall be worked out to the nearest 0.01 cum.

(b) The superficial area of roof coverings and claddings as laid shall be measured on the flat in sqm. Without allowance for laps and corrugations, if any

(c) Portions of roof covering overlapped by ridge or hip, etc. shall be included in the measurements of the roof.

(d) Any opening not exceeding 0.4 sq.m. Shall not be deducted.

(e) No additions shall be made for laps cut through.

(f) Sheeting curved or bent to curvature shall be measured separately.

(g) Ridges and hips shall be measured in running meters along the centre line, where in two pieces shall be measured as one length.

8. The following Indian Standards may be referred to:-

I.S. No. Title

73-2006

269-1989

277-2003

280-2006

455-1989

Paving bitumen (second revision)

Specifications for 33 grade ordinary Portland cement (fourth revision). (reaffirmed 2004)

Galvanised steel sheets (plain and corrugated) (sixth revision).

Mild steel wire for general engineering purposes (fourth revision)

(Reaffirmed 1987)

Specifications for Portland slag cement(third revision) (reaffirmed

2005)

127

459-1992

513-1994

654-1992

702-1988

712-1984

723-1972

790-1987

883-1994

1079-1994

1121()P2-1974

1322-1993

1344-1981

1345-1960

1464-1992

1635-1992

Unreinforced corrugated and semi-corrugated asbestos cement sheets (second revisions) (With amendment No.1) (Reaffirmed

2003)

Specifications for low carbon cold rolled carbon steel sheets and strips (fourth revision) (reaffirmed 1998)

Clay roofing tiles, Mangalore pattern (third revision) (with amendment Nos. 1 to 3) (reaffirmed 2002)

Specifications for industrial bitumen (second revised) (reaffirmed

1999)

Specification for building limes (third revision) (reaffirmed 2000)

Steel countersunk head wire nails (second revision) (with 3 amendments) (reaffirmed 2006)

Hook bolts for corrugated sheet roofing (second revision) (with amendment No.1) (Reaffirmed 2003)

Code of practice for design of structural timber in building (fourth revision) (reaffirmed 2005)

Specifications for hot rolled carbon steel sheet and strip (third revision) (reaffirmed 1998)

Methods of test for determinations of strength properties of natural building stones : Part 2 transverse strength (first revision)

(Reaffirmed 1987)

Bitumen felts for water proofing and damp – proofing (fourth revision) (Reaffirmed 2003)

Specifications for calcined puzzolana (second revision) (Re 2004)

Code of practice for water proofing of roofs with bitumen felts

(second revision) (reaffirmed 2000)

Clay ridge and ceiling tiles (first revision) (with amendment No.1)

(reaffirmed 2002).

Code of practice for field slaking of building lime and preparation of putty. (reaffirmed 2003)

2527-1984 Code of practice for fixing rain-water gutters and down pipes for roof drainage (first revision) (reaffirmed 2000)

2690-(Pt.I) 1993 Specifications for burnt clay flat terracing tiles Part I : Machine made (first revision) (Amendment No.1)

2690-(Pt.II)-1992 Specifications for burnt clay flat terracing tiles Part II : Hand made

(Amendment No.1)

2792-1964 Code of practice for design and construction of stone slab over joist floor. (reaffirmed 2000)

2858-1984 Code of practice for roofing with Mangalore tiles. (first revision)

(reaffirmed 2000)

3007(Pt.I)-1999 Code of practice for laying of asbestos cement sheets.

3036-1992 Code of practice for laying of lime concrete for water proofed roof

Finish (second revision) (reaffirmed 2003)

3067-1988 Code of practice foe general design, details and preparatory work for damp proofing and water proofing of buildings (first revision)

(reaffirmed 2000)

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3068-1986

3384-1986

4098-1983

6733-1972

6745-1972

6760-1972

8869-1978

8910-1978

Specification for broken brick (burnt clay) coarse aggregates for use in lime concrete (first revision) (reaffirmed 2000)

Bitumen primer for use in water proofing and damp-proofing (first revision) (reaffirmed 2000)

Specification for lime pozzolana mistune (first revision) (with amendment No.2) (reaffirmed 1999)

Wall and roofing nails (with amendment No.1) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Methods for determination of weight of zinc coated iron and steel article. (reaffirmed 2006)

Slotted counter sunk head wood screws (with 2 amendments )

(reaffirmed 2006)

Washers for corrugated sheet roofing(Reaffirmed 2006)

General technical delivery requirements for steel and steel products. (reaffirmed 2001)

Item No. Item Unit Rate

1501 Providing and laying single country tiles

(without battens) complete

1502 Labour only for item 1501

1503 Providing and laying single country tiles on whole bamboo battens. sqm 140.00 sqm 40.00 sqm 270.00

1504 Labour only for item 1503

1505 Providing and laying single country tiles on

50x20 mm sawn teak wood battens

1506 Labour only for item 1505 sqm 44.00 sqm 556.00 sqm 47.00 sqm 140.00 1507 Add for double country tiling in items 1503 and

1505

1508 Add for labour for double country tiling in items

1502,1504 and 1506 sqm 40.00

1509 Providing and laying single Allahabad tiles without battens but including hip and ridge tiles. sqm 306.00

1510 Labour only for item 1509

1511 Providing and laying Mangalore tiles without hip or ridge tiles and without battens.

1512 Labour only for item 1511 sqm 53.00 sqm 223.00

1513 Providing and laying Mangalore hip and ridge tiles , set in cement mortar 1:3

1514 Labour only for item 1513 sqm 53.00 m 98.00 m 28.00

1515 Turning tiles for repairs (single country tiles, single Allahabad or Mangalore tiles)

(excluding cost of tiles) sqm 11.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

1516 Turning tiles for repairs (double country tiles) without tiles.

1517 Providing class 1 corrugated galvanized iron sheet roofing, fixed with G.I. J.or L hooks, bolts and nuts 8 mm dia with bitumen and G.I.

J. limpet washers or with G.I. limpet washers filled with white lead complete, excluding wind tiles, wooden scantling, hips and ridges -

(a) with 1.25mm thick sheet

(b) with 1.00mm thick sheet

(c) with 0.80 mm thick sheet

(d) with 0.63 mm thick sheet

1518 Labour only for item 1517

1519 Providing ridges or hips 60cm over all in plain

G.I. Sheet fixed with G.I.J or L Hooks, bolts and nuts 8mm dia G.I. limpet and bitumen washers complete -

(a) with 1.25mm thick sheet

(b) with 1.00mm thick sheet

(c) with 0.80mm thick sheet

(d) with 0.63mm thick sheet

1520 Labour only for item 1519

1521 Providing and fixing galvanized iron sheet valley gutters on 10mm thick teak wood planks, fitted and fixed complete - sqm 22.00 sqm 1036.00 sqm sqm sqm sqm m m m m m

851.00

703.00

577.00

24.00

626.00

523.00

448.00

377.00

63.00

(a) With 1.25mm thick sheet

(b) With 1.00 mm thick sheet

(c) With 0.80mm thick sheet

(d) With 0.63mm thick sheet sqm 1666.00 sqm 1579.00 sqm 1508.00 sqm 1420.00

1522 Labour only for item 1521 sqm 148.00

1523 Deduct from item No. 1521 for plain galvanized valley gutters fitted and fixed complete, without wooden planking. sqm 889.00

1524 Labour only for item 1523 sqm 73.00

1525 Providing and fixing corrugated asbestos cement sheets roofing, fixed with galvanized iron J or L hooks, bolts and nuts 8 mm dia

G. I. plain and bitumen washers, etc. complete, but excluding ridges, hips, battens and joists, with 6 mm thick sheet. sqm 336.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

1526 Labour only for item 1525

1527 Providing and fixing ridges and hips in

Asbestos cement sheets roofing with, G.I. J or

L hooks bolts and nuts 8 mm dia G.I. plain and bitumen washers, etc. complete with 6 mm thick sheet.

1528 Labour only for item 1527

1529 Providing and fixing A.C. sheet curved roofing fixed with G.I. J or L hooks, bolts and nuts,

8mm dia G.I. plain and bitumen washers, etc. complete. sqm 13.00 m 15.00 sqm 326.00 calculating area shall be measured along the curvature of sheet

1530 Labour only for item 1529 sqm 15.00

1531 Providing and fixing cut stone slabs (chisel dressed) for roofs including flush pointing of the bottom, in cement mortar 1:3 and filling the joints, in cement mortar 1:4 curing etc., complete. cum 6342.00 cum 1889.00 1532 Providing and fixing cut stone slabs (chisel dressed) for roofs including flush pointing of the bottom, in cement mortar 1:3 and filling the, joints, in cement mortar 1:4, curing etc., complete without the cost of stone.

1533 Labour only for item Nos. 1531 and 1532 water proofing of roof slabs. cum 1830.00

1534 Floating liquid cement on R.C.C. slabs to server as grout to staunch any porous patches in slabs. sqm 10.00

1535 Painting top of roofs (for all floors) with hot

30/40 bitumen at 1.70 kg per sqm.

Impregnated with a coat pf coarse sand at

0.006 cum per sqm. Including cleaning the slab surface with brushes and finally with

Kerosene oil complete. sqm 81.00

1536 Labour only for item 1534

1537 Labour only for item 1535 sqm 3.00 sqm 10.00

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Item No. Item

1538 Providing and laying for courses water proofing treatment with bitumen felt over roofs, consisting of first and third courses of blown or

/ and residual bitumen applied hot at 1.2 kg.

Per sq.m. of area for each course second course of roofing felt type 3 grade (Hessian base self finished bitumen felt and fourth and final courses of stone grit 6 mm and down size or pea sized gravel spread at 0.006 cum per sqm including preparation of surface excluding grading and applying primer.

Unit Rate

sqm 247.00

Remarks

1539 Supplying bituminous solution primer sqm 17.00 conforming to I S: 3384- 1965 at 0.24 liter per

Sq. meter sqm 5.00 1540 Deduct for omitting in item 1538 final course of spreading stone metal 6mm and down size or pea sized gravel at 0.006 cum per sqm. cum cum 2780.00

1541 Grading roof for item No.1538 with

(a) Cement concrete 1:2:4 with graded metal of maximum size 20 mm

(b) Cement mortar 1:3

(c) Cement mortar 1:4

1542 Providing and laying plastic roofing compound standard black (using 2.75kg per sqm) over a surface painted with cold plastic roofing liquid compound at 0.24 liter per Sq. meter including spreading coarse sand over the top surface at

0.006 cum per sqm etc. complete. cum cum

3016.00

2417.00 sqm 225.00

1543 Labour only for item 1538

1544 Labour only for item 1539

1545 Labour only for item 1540

1546 Labour only for

(a) Item 1541 (a)

(b) Item 1541 (b) and (c)

1547 Labour only for Item 1542 sqm sqm sqm cum cum sqm

25.00

5.00

2.00

523.00

1125.00

11.00

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CHPTER 16 – RCC AND FORM WORK

Notes :-

Rates include- (a) Lead up to 100 m for all materials for all items

(b) Cost of all material including cost of water

(c) All lifts for all materials unless specified otherwise.

(d) Mixing of concrete in mixer.

(e) Mechanical vibration of concrete.

(f) Finishing to all surface of R.C.C.

(g) Cost of curing.

2. (a) Rates are for metal other black trap, or granite.

(b) Blasting charges for metal are payable as per Item 514 for quantity required vide appendix-1.

(c) Extra rate for use of black trap, basalt or granite is payable as per item 733.

.

3. For nominal mix (volumetric mix concrete) the boxes of internal size 35x25 and 40 cm depth shall be used for measuring sand and aggregate.

(a) The proportion of materials for nominal mix shall be used as given in table 13 of specification Vol. I para 7.5.2.4.1 of page 7 – 32. It should be on the basis of weight of cement & aggregates. Nominal mix proportion by volume under special circumstances only may be permitted by the Chief Engineer/Superintending Engineer under written orders before commencing the work. A rough guide for the nominal mix proportion by volume will be 1:5: 10, 1 : 4 : 8, 1 : 3 : 6, 1: 2 : 4, 1 : 1, 5 : 3, 1 : 1 : 2, for M-5,M-7,M-

10,M-15,M-20, & M-25 concrete respectively.

(b) For cement which normally comes in bag and used by weight volume shall be worked out taking 50 kg. of cement as 0.035 cum. in volume. The quantity of water per 50 kg.

(0.035cum.) of cement shall be as specified in table-13 of specification.

(c) Design mix concrete shall be mixed with cement contents as per design or minimum required as per table below :-

Concrete Mix Minimum cement concrete

Specified compressive strength at 7 days

Specified charterstics compressive strength at 28 days

M-20

M-25

M-30

M-35

M-40

390 kg

410 kg

420 kg

428 kg

435 kg

13.5 N/sqmm

17.0 N/sqmm

20.0 N/sqmm

23.5 N/sqmm

26.5 N/sqmm

20 N/sqmm

25 N/sqmm

30 N/sqmm

35 N/sqmm

40 N/sqmm

4. The proportioning of sand shall be done on the basis of its dry volume and in case of damp sand, allowance or bulk age shall be made as given in note 4- of chapter 6

“Mortars”.

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5. The rates for form work include- (a) All lifts and all leads unless otherwise specified.

(b) Providing, arection and stripping of shuttering, propping and centering and strutting.

(c) Dressing with oil to prevent adhesion of concrete with shuttering, inclusive of cost of

refined pale paraffin mineral oil/ raw linseed oil, after thoroughly cleaning the surface.

6. The form work shall be of metal sheet lining, plywood, steel (steel plates stiffened with sheet angles) or any other material depending upon the requirement of work.

7. Measurements:- R.C.C. (i) Dimensions shall be measured to nearest 0.01 m. except for the thickness of slab which shall be measured to nearest 0.05 m. The areas shall be worked out to nearest 0.01 sq.m. The cubical contents shall be worked out to nearest

0.01 cum.

(ii) No deduction shall be made for the following:-

(a) Ends of dissimilar materials for example beams posts girders, rather, purling trusses, corbels and step up to 0.5 sqm. in cross section;

(b) Opening up to 0.1 sqm. in area (in calculating area of an opening, the thickness of any separate lintel or sill shall be included in height. No. extra labour for forming such openings or voids shall be measured):

(c) Volume occupied by reinforcement;

(d) Volume occupied by pipes, conduits, sheathing etc. not exceeding 0.1 sqm. each in cross sectional area; and

(e) Moulds, drip moulding, chamfers, splays, routed or coved angles, beds, grooves and rebates up to 10 cm in width or 15 cm in girth.

(iii) Columns shall be measured from top of columns base to underside of first floor slab and subsequently from top of floor slab to underside of floor slab above

(iv) In case of columns for flat slabs, flare of column shall be included with column for measurement.

(v) Beams shall be measured from face to face columns and shall include haunches, it any, between columns and beams. The depth of beams shall be measured from bottom of slab to bottom of the beam except in case of inverted beams where it shall be measured from top of slab to top beam.

(vi) Dimensions shall be measured to nearest 0.01 m and area shall be worked out to nearest 0.01 sq.m.

(vii) Form work shall be measured as the actual (surface in contact with concrete or any other material requiring formwork).

(viii) No deduction shall be made for opening up to 0.4-sqm.

8. The following Indian standards may be referred to:-

I. S. No. Title

269-1989

383-1976

Specification for 33 grade ordinary Portland cement (fourth revision)

Specification for course & fine aggregate from natural source for concrete (third revision) (reaffirmed 2006)

134

455-1989

456-2000

457-1957

516-1959

1199-1959

1343-1980

1489-1991

1791-1985

2386(Pt I)-1977

2386(Pt II)-1977

2386(Pt 3)-1977

Specification for port land slag cement(third revision)(amendment No.

1,2,3,4,5,6&7) (reaffirmed 2005)

Code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete (third revision()with amendment No. 2) (reaffirmed 2005)

Code of practice for general construction of plain and reinforced concrete for Dam and other massive structures. (reaffirmed 2005)

Method of test for strength of concrete (amendment No. 2) (reaffirmed

2004)

Method of sampling & analysis of concrete. (reaffirmed 2004)

Code of practice of prestress concrete (first revision) (reaffirmed 2005)

Specification for port land pozzolana cement (second revision)

(amendment No.1,2,3,4,5,6&7) (reaffirmed 2005)

Specification for Batch type concrete mixers (second revision)

(reaffirmed 2005)

Method of Test for aggregate for concrete part-1 particle size & shape

(Amendment No.1) (reaffirmed 2007)

Method of Test for aggregate for concrete part-2 Estimation of deterious material & organic impurities (Amendment No. I) (reaffirmed 2007)

Method of Test for aggregate for concrete part-3 Specific gravity, density, voids, absorption & bulking. (reaffirmed 2007)

2386(Pt 4)-1977

2386(Pt 5)-1977

2386(Pt 6)-1977

2386(Pt 7)-1977

Method of Test for aggregate for concrete part-4 Mechanical pro[ erties

(Amendment No. (reaffirmed 2007)

Method of Test for aggregate for concrete part-5 soundness. (reaffirmed

2007)

Method of Test for aggregate for concrete part-6 measuring mortar making properties of line aggregate (Amendment No. 1) (reaffirmed

2007)

Method of Test for aggregate for concrete part-7 Alkali aggregate activity.

(reaffirmed 2007)

2386(Pt Method of Test for aggregate for concrete part-8 Petri graphic examination. (reaffirmed 2007)

2405-(Pt-2)-1980 Specification for industrial sieve part-2 perforated plants. (reaffirmed

2006)

2430-1986

2505-1998

2506-1985

Method for sampling of aggregate for concrete. (reaffirmed 2005)

General requirements for concrete- vibrators, immersion type (second revision). (reaffirmed 2004)

General requirements for screed board concrete vibrators. (reaffirmed

2005)

2514-1963

3535-1986

Specification for concrete vibration tables. (reaffirmed 2001)

Methods of sampling hydraulic cement (First revision). (reaffirmed 2004)

3812-2003 Specification for fly-ash for uses pozzolana & admixture (Second

Revision).

4031-1996 (Pt-1 to

15)

Methods of physical test for hydraulic cement.

4032-1985 Methods of chemical analysis of hydraulic cement (first revision).

(reaffirmed 2005)

135

4082-1996

4634-1991

4656-1968

4925-2004

6542-1989

Recommendation on stacking & storing type concrete Mixers. Of construction material at site (second revision) (reaffirmed 2003)

Method of testing performance of batch type concrete Mixers. (reaffirmed

2005)

Specification for form vibrators for concrete. (reaffirmed 2001)

Specification for concrete batching and missing plant. (reaffirmed 2005)

9103-1999

IRC-21-2000

SP-23-1982

Specification for high Alumina cement for structure use (amendment No.

1,2,&3) (reaffirmed 2005)

Glossary of terms relative to cement concrete. (reaffirmed 2007) 6461-Pt-1 to 7) –

1972

6461-Pt 8 to 12)-

1973

6909-1990

Glossary of terms relative to cement concrete. (reaffirmed 2007)

7861-(Pt-1)- 1981 Code of practice for extreme whether concreting part-1 hot whether.

(reaffirmed 2007)

8041-1990 Specification for rapid hardening Portland cement (First Revision)

(Amendment No. 1, 2,3 & 4). (reaffirmed 2005)

8112-1989

Specification for super sulphate cement (Amendment No. 1,2,3 & 4)

(reaffirmed 2005)

Specification for 43 Grade ordinary Portland cement (Amendment No. 1,

2,3,4,5, & 6). (reaffirmed 2005)

Specification for admixture for concrete. (reaffirmed 2006)

Standard Specification & code of practice for road bridges.

SP-24-1983

Hand-book on concrete mixes base down Indian Standard (with amendment No. 1).

Explanatory hand-book in Indian Standard Code for plain & rain forced concrete (IS-456-1978).

Specification for road bridge work (By Ministry of Shipping and Transport road wing).

Concrete manuam {U.S. Department of the interior water and power resources service}

Report on committee on cost control river valley project- volume-III,

January- 1981(Government of India-Ministry of Irrigation).

136

Item No. Item Unit Rate

1605

1601

1602

Providing and placing in position M-20

R.C.C excluding cost of reinforcement, form work, but including vibration, finishing, curing and cleaning etc., complete with graded, metal of maximum size-

(a) 40 mm

(b) 20 mm

(c) 12.5 mm

Providing and placing in position M-15

R.C.C excluding cost of reinforcement, form work but, including vibration, finishing, curing and cleaning etc., complete with graded

,metal of maximum size-

(a) 40 mm

(b) 20 mm cum cum

3239.00

3353.00 cum 3344.00

1603

(c) 12.5 mm

Providing and placing in position M-10

R.C.C excluding cost of reinforcement, form work but cleaning etc. complete with graded metal of maximum size- cum cum

2832.00

2897.00 cum 2887.00

(a) 40 mm

(b) 20 mm

1604 Providing and laying design mix reinforcement cement concrete with crushed graded stone aggregate 20mm nominal size using batching plant, transit mixer and concrete pump, in all works excluding cost of reinforcement and form work. cum 2372.00 cum 2440.00

1606

(a)Concrete mix M - 20

(b)Concrete mix M - 25

(c)Concrete mix M - 30

(d)Concrete mix M - 35

(e)Concrete mix M - 40

Labour only for maximum in mixer, laying, vibration, finishing, curing and cleaning-

(a) Items 1601 and 1603

Extra for each additional floor or every additional 3 m or part thereof for R.C.C and

PC.C work in superstructure. cum cum cum cum cum cum

3211.00

3318.00

3372.00

3416.00

3453.00

474.00 cum 70.00

Remarks

137

Item No. Item Unit Rate

1611

1612

1613

1607 Shuttering for reinforced concrete in foundation, column footing etc. including all leads and lifts for all materials. sqm 126.00

1608 Form work for R.C.C. in-situ, thickness not exceeding 20cm, for slabs, lintels, beams, columns, etc. including all leads and lifts for all materials-

1609

(a) Up to 1.5 m height

(b) Add for every additional 1.5m or part thereof above 1.5m height.

Form work for P.C.C work in-situ, thickness not exceeding 1 m, including all leads and lifts for all materials- sqm 164.00 sqm 24.00

(a) Up to 1.5 m height

(b) add for every additional 1.5m, or part thereof above 1.5m height. sqm 164.00 sqm 24.00

1610

1614

1615

1616

1617

Labour only for assembling, erection and dressing with oil as leansing of form work including subsequent removal-

(a) Item 1607

(b) Item 1608 and 1609

Add in Item 1608 for thickness-

(a) 20 to 30 cm

(b) 30 to 60 cm

(c) over 60 cm

Add in 1609 for thickness exceeding 1 m.

Form work for precast reinforced or plain cement concrete work including all leads and lifts for all materials.

Labour only for assembling, erection and dressing with oil for cleansing of form worm. sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

38.00

50.00

69.00

132.00

198.00

77.00 sqm 49.00 sqm 30.00

Add in 1608 and 1609 for form work of cornices, curved moulding, staircases, circular columns, posts and struts, arches, well staining, cut and ease. sqm 10% extra

Extra rate for form work for propping from lower floor upwards at the time of execution of upper floors in the multistoried building. sqm 13.00

Centering with earth or moorum including watering ramming and its removal. cum 162.00

Remarks

138

Item No.

1618

1619

1620

1621

Item Unit Rate

20 mm thick lime plaster in lime mortar 1:2 for surfacing of centering including ramming etc. complete.

Labour only for item 1618

20 mm thick mud plaster surfacing of centering including ramming etc. complete.

Providing cold drawn wire STEEL FIBER

(flat/round/crimped) for mechanically mixing in all grades of concrete confirming to IS

280-1978, 1387-1967, steel fibers confirm to

ASTM designation A820-96, chemical composition and mechanical properties of wire should confirm to IS 7887-1975, IS

1521-1972, IRC SP 46-1997 and ISO 9002 manufactured. The tensile strength minimum

3.45 Mpa, 1.25-80 mm mm., thickness

/diameter 0.5-0.9 mm., height 2.0-2.5 mm., width 2.3-2.77 mm., aspect ratio 50-70 and withstand bent around 3.18 m. inside diameter to 90 degree angle at 16 degree centigrade without break. Rate is inclusive of all taxes and cost of manufacturing, packing and transportation. sqm 13.00 sqm 13.00 sqm 62.00 kg 78.00

Remarks

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CHAPTER 17 – WHITE WASHING, COLOUR WASHING AND

DISTEMPERING

Notes :-

1. Rates include- (a) All lead and lift for all materials ;

(b) Removing nails and making good holes, cracks, patches, etc., not exceeding 0.1 sqm. each materials similar in composition to the surface to be prepared;

(c) Removing cakes and scales of wash but not distemper;

(d) Cost of all scaffoldings and ladders (in case of completed items).

(e) Cost of cans, brushes, and other appliances required for the execution of work;

(f) Thoroughly brooming the surface to remove all dirt, dust, mortar drops and other foreign matter; and

(g) Protection of all places and things needing protection, cleaning by approved method, removing all stains, smears, splashing and droppings of every kind, from floors, glazing, furniture’s, etc.

(h) Curing to ensure complete hydration of cement base.

2. Before starting the distemper/oil bound distemper/painting etc, the contractor must get the brand and quality approved by the Engineer-in-Charge, bring the full quantity of approved brand and quality required for the work and remove the empty containers only after the work is measured and checked.

3. (a) For oil bound distempering prior written permission of the Executive Engineer is required.

(b) For plastic emulsion water proofing cement paint (snocem or durocem) prior written permission of the Chief Engineer/ Superintending Engineer is required.

4. Measurements:- (i) Dimension shall be measured correct to the nearest cm the area shall be calculated in sqm correct to two places of decimal.

(ii) For jambs, soffits, sills, etc., for openings not exceeding 0.5 sqm each in area; for ends of joists, beams, posts, girders, steps etc. not exceeding 0.5 sqm in area; and for openings exceeding 0.5 sqm and not exceeding 3 sqm in area, deductions and additions shall be made in the following manner.

(a) No deduction shall be made for ends of joists, beams, etc. and opening not exceeding 0.5 sqm each and no addition shall be made for reveals, jambs, soffits, sills of these openings for the finish around ends of joists, beams, posts, etc.

(b) Deductions for opening exceeding 0.5 sqm but not exceeding 3 sqm each shall be made for reveals, jambs, soffits, sills etc., of these openings :-

(1) When both faces of wall are provided with the same finish, deduction shall be made for one face only.

(2) When each face of wall is provided with a different finish, deduction shall be made for that side on which width of reveal is less than that of the other side

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but no deduction shall be made on the other side; where widths of reveals on both faces of wall are equal, deduction of 50 percent of area of opening of each face shall be made from area of finish.

(3) When only one face is treated and other face is not treated, full deduction shall be, made if width of reveal on the treated side is less than that on the untreated side, but if width of reveal is equal or more than that on the untreated side, neither deduction for the opening nor addition for reveals, jambs soffitt, sills, etc., shall be made.

(4) When width of door frame is equal to thickness of wall or is projecting beyond the thickness of wall, full deduction for opening shall be made from each face of wall.

(iii) In case of openings of areas above 3 sq.m. each, deductions shall be made for openings, but jambs, soffits, and reveals shall be measured.

(iv) No deduction shall be made for attachments, such as casings, conduit, pipes, electric wiring and the like.

(v) Corrugated surfaces shall be measured flat as fixed and not girthed. Quantities so measured shall be increased by the following percentages and the resultant shall be included in general areas:

(a) Corrugated steel sheets

(b) Corrugated asbestos cement sheets

14%

20%

(c) Semi-corrugated asbestos cement sheets 10%

(vi) Comics and other wall features when not picked out in a different finish / colour, shall be girthed and included in general area.

5. Water proof cement paint including curing: - All products manufactured as per

Bureau of Indian Standards with various brands names shall be admissible. BIS No.

5410 – 1994 and ISO 9002-1999 may be referred in this connection.

The following Indian standards may be referred to:

IS No.

44-1991

55-1970

253-1985

261-1982

427-1965

428-2000

712-1984

Title

Iron oxide pigments for paints (Amendment No.1) (first revision) (Reaffirmed 2002)

Ultramarine blue for paints (first revision) (Amendment No. 1)

(reaffirmed 2002).

Edible common salt (third revision) (Reaffirmed 2004)

Copper sulphate (second revision) (with amendment No. 1)

(Reaffirmed 2006).

Distemper, dry, colour as required (Revised) (amendment

No.1 to 3) (Reaffirmed 1986).

Distemper, oil emulsion, colour as required (first revision)

(with amendment No. 1&2) (Reaffirmed 1986).

Building Lime (third revision). (Reaffirmed 2000)

141

797-1982

852-1994

1477 (Pt.-II)

1971

2395 (Pt.-I)

1994

5410-1992

Common salt for chemical industries (third revision)

(Amendment No.1) (Reaffirmed 1997).

Animal glue for general wood working purposes (first revision) (Amendment No.1) (Reaffirmed 1999)

Painting of ferrous metal in buildings : Painting (second revision)

Operations and workmanship for painting, concrete, masonry and plaster surfaces. (Reaffirmed 2005)

Cement paint, colour as required (with amendment No.1 to 3)

(reaffirmed 1999)

Plastic emulsion paint -

Part I – For interior use. (Reaffirmed 1993)

5411

5411 (Pt-I)

1974

5411 (Pt-II)

1972

6278-1971

Part II – For exterior use. (Reaffirmed 1993)

Code of practice for white washing and colour washing

(Reaffirmed 2006).

Item No. Item

1701 White washing with lime (one coat)

1702 White washing with lime (two coats)

1703 White washing with lime (three coats)

1704 White washing with chalk whiting (one coat)

1705 White washing with chalk whiting (two coats)

1706 White washing with chalk whiting (three coats)

1707 Labour only for items1701 and 1704

1708 Labour only for Item No. 1702 & 1705

1709 Labour only for item No 1703 & 1706

1710 Cement washing with portland cement slurry (one coat)

1711 Labour only for item No. 1710

1712 Colour washing over priming and including a primary coat of white washing (one coat)

1713 Colour washing over and excluding the priming coat of-white washing (one coat)

1714 Colour washing over and including a priming coat of white washing (two coats)

Unit

sqm sqm

sqm

sqm

sqm

Rate

2.10

3.60

6.00

2.40

4.20

Remarks

sqm 6.90 sqm sqm sqm

1.50

2.50

4.40 sqm 3.00

sqm 2.40 sqm 3.20 sqm 2.40

sqm 5.60

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Item No. Item

1715 Colour washing over and excluding priming coat of white washing (two coats).

1716 Labour only for item 1712

1717 Labour only for item 1713

1718 Labour only for item 1714

1719 Labour only for item 1715

1720 Distempering with dry distemper excluding a priming coat of whiting (one coat)

1721 Distempering with dry distemper over and including priming coat of whiting (two coats).

1722 Distempering with dry distemper excluding priming coat (two coats).

1723 Distempering with oil bound washable distemper excluding priming coat (one coat).

1724 Distempering with oil bound washable distemper (two coats) including priming.

1725 Distempering with oil bound washable distemper excluding priming coat (two coats).

1726 Labour only for item 1720

1727 Labour only for item 1721

1728 Labour only for item 1722

1729 Labour only for item 1723

1730 Labour only for item 1724

1731 Labour only for item 1725

1732 Water proofing cement paint including curing (one coat).

1733 Water proofing cement paint (two coats).

1734 Labour only for item 1732

1735 Labour only for item 1733

1736 Applying one coat of cement primer on wall surface

Unit

sqm

sqm sqm sqm sqm

2.20

0.80

3.90

2.50 sqm 9.80 sqm 20.90 sqm 10.60

sqm

sqm

sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

Rate

5.40

21.40

44.20

38.30

4.40

15.20

5.10

8.70

18.90

14.50

Remarks

sqm 20.60

sqm

sqm

38.50

8.70

sqm 13.00 sqm 16.40

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CHAPTER 18 – PAINTING

Notes :-

1. Rates Include-(a) All scaffoldings, ladders, paints, cans, brushes and other appliances required for the efficient execution of work.

(b) Conveyance, delivery, handling unloading, storing, waste, protective cover and cleaning stains from floors walls, glass panes etc.

(c) Preparatory work, such as knotting, priming stopping and rubbing down burning off or stripping.

2. Paints will be supplied departmentally and the work shall be done on labour rates unless otherwise ordered by the Executive Engineer.

3. Paints, oils, varnishes etc. of approved brand and manufacture shall be used. Ready mixed paints as received from the manufacturer without any admixture shall be used. If for any reason, thinning is necessary in case of ready mixed paint, the brand of thinner recommended by the manufacturer or as decided by the Engineer-in-Charge shall be used.

4. Approved paints, oils or varnishes shall be brought to the site of work by the contractor in their original container in sealed condition the materials shall be brought in at a time in adequate quantities to suffice for the whole work or at least a fortnight’s work.

5. The canal (and Dam) gates may be coated with 0.254 mm. thick film of cashew nut shell liquid, (CNSL) epoxy-coal tar pitch paint (I.P. No. 127126 patented by the

Research Designs and Standard Organisation, Ministry of Railways, which has life expectancy of 15 years. Surface which have been cleaned to bare metal should be primed (with one coat of red oxide zine chromate priming) within 4 hours. The primer should be allowed to dry thoroughly before application of first coat of CNSL epoxy-coal tar pitch paint and twelve hours should be allowed before application of each of the subsequent coats.

6. Items 1854 and 1858 shall not be executed without prior sanction of the Chief

Engineer/Superintending Engineer.

7. Measurements – (a) Dimensions shall be measured correct to the nearest cm. The area shall be calculated in the sq.m. correct to two places of decimal.

(b) No deduction shall be made for openings not exceeding- 0.5 sqm each, and no addition shall be made for painting to beading, moulding, edges, jambs, soffits, sills etc, of such openings.

(c) Corrugated sheet surfaces shall be included with plain surfaces after increasing their areas by the following percentages -

(i) Corrugated sheets

(ii) Asbestos cement sheets corrugated

14 per cent.

20 per cent.

(iii) Asbestos sheets, semi-corrugated 10 percent.

(d) Areas of uneven surfaces shall be converted into equivalent plain areas in accordance with table given below.

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Table of Equivalent Plain Areas of Uneven Surfaces

Sl.

No.

(i)

Description of work How measured Multiplying factor

Panelled or framed and 1.30 (for each

(iii) battened or ledged, battened and braced joinery.

Fully glazed or gauged

(iv) Partly panelled and partly glazed or gauged joinery

.0(v) Fully venetianed or louvered joinery. chawkhat or frame.

Edges, chocks, cleats etc., shall be deemed to be included in this item. do 1.20

(for each side) do do do

0.80

(for each side)

1

(for each side)

1.80

(for each side)

(vii)

(ix)

Wood Shingle roofing

(vii) Wood shingle roofing Measured flat (not girthed)

(viii) Boarding with cover fillets do and match Boarding

Tile and slate battening girthed) supporting frame work shall not be

Measured flat (not girthed)

(x) Trellis (or Jaffrey) work one way or two way

Measured flat overall no deduction shall be made for open spaces.

Measured flat overall no deduction shall be made

(for each side)

1.10

(for each side)

1.10

(for each side)

1.05

(for each side)

0.80

(for painting all over).

1.00

(for painting all supporting members shall not be measured separately.

(xi) Guard bars balustrades gales gratings grills, expanded metal and railings

(xii)

(xiii)

Gates and open palisade fencing including standard braces, rails stays etc.

Carved or enriched work do

Measured flat

1.00

(for painting all over).

1.00

(for painting all over)

2.00

(for each side)

(xiv) Steel shutters Measured flat (size of 1.10 opening) overall, jamb (for each side) guides, bottom rails and locking arrangement, etc., shall be included in the item (top cover shall be measured separately).

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Sl.

No.

Description of work How measured Multiplying factor

(xv) Plain sheet steel doors and windows. girthed) including frame, edges, etc.

(xvi) Fully glazed or gauged steel do

(for each side)

(xvii) Partly Panelled and partly glazed steel doors do

0.50

(for each side)

0.80

(for each side)

Measured flat (size of 1.50 opening) (for painting all over).

Explanatory Notes

1. For S. No. (xii) the height shall be taken from bottom of lowest rail, of palisades do not go below it or from lower end of palisades, if they project below lowest rate, up to top of palisades, but not up top of standards, if they are higher than palisades.

2. Where doors, windows, etc., are of composite types other than in those included in this table, different portions shall he measured separately with their appropriate multiplying factors, centre fine of common rail being taken as the dividing line between the two portions.

3. Measurement of painting of doors, windows, collapsible gates, rolling shutters etc. as given in this table shall be deemed to include painting, if required, of all iron fittings in the same shade.

4. When two faces of a door, window etc., are to be treated with different specified finishes, measurable under separate items, edges of frames and shutters shall be treated with one or the other type of finish and measurement there of shall be deemed to be included in measurement of the face treated with that finish.

5. (a) The painting of spillway, sluice, canal gates, stop logs and other components / assemblies / machinery/ structures etc. exposed to water and exposed embedded parts should be done strictly in accordance to is code 14177-1994.

(b) Prior to painting the surface, preparation should be done as per IS Code 14177-1994

Para 4.2.1, 5.2.1.1, 5.2.2.1, 5.2.3. In case of maintenance operation, the surface preparation should be done as per Para 7.00 of IS 17144-1994.

(c) For primer and finishing coat, the painting work should be carried out strictly as per

Para 5.2.1.2, 5.2.1.3, 5.2.2.2 and 5.2.2.3 of IS Code.

(d) Painting should be done invariably using airless spray equipments as per IS: 14177 –

1994 wherever recommended.

(e) Proper care should be taken for deciding the compatibility of primer paint with paints used for finishing coats, including thinner on the basis of manufactures recommendation.

6. Item 1854 to 1858 shall not be executed without prior approval of the concerned Chief

Engineer.

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7. The Indian Standard Colour Numbers are given below :-

216 Eau-de-nil

222

224

226

278

283

Light bronze green

Deep bronze green

Middle Brunswick green

Light Olive green

Aircraft grey green

223

225

227

Middle bronze green

Light Brunswick green

Deep Brunswick green

279

209

Steel furniture grey

Canary yellow

355 Lemon

365 Vellum

386 Beige

414

443

445

448

Golden brown

Salmon pink

Venetian red

Deep Indian Red

451 Chocolate

538 Post office red

541 Maroon

632 Dark Admiral grey

634 Slate

692

694

Smoke grey

Dove grey

442

444

446

449

540

633

693

697

Light salmon pink

Terra cotta

Red oxide

Light purple brown

Crimson

RAF blue grey

635 Lead

Air craft grey

Light admiral grey

8.

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The following Indian Standards may be referred to:-

IS No. Title

16(Pt.-I)

1991

Hand made shellac (second revision) (Amendment No.1 to 3)

(Reaffirmed 2003)

16(Pt.-II) 1991 Machine made shellac (second revision) (Amendment No. 1 to 3)

(Reaffirmed 2003)

75-1973 Linseed Oil, and refined (second revision) (with amendment No.1)

(reaffirmed 2006)

77-1976

102-1962

104-1979

Linseed oil, boiled, for paints (second revision). (Reaffirmed

2006)

Ready mixed paint, brushing red lead, setting priming (revised)

(with amendment No.1) (reaffirmed 1977) (Reaffirmed 1996)

Ready mixed paint, brushing, zinc. Chrome, priming (second revision) (with amendment No.1) (reaffirmed 2004)

109-1968

110-1983

133-2004

137-1965

Ready mixed paint, brushing, priming, plaster, to Indian Standard

Colour No. 361 light stone and NO.631 Light grey first revision)

(with amendment No.1) (reaffirmed 1976).

Ready mixed paint, brushing grey filler, for enamels for use over primers (second revision).

Enamel, interior (a) under coating, (b) finishing (third revision).

Ready mixed paint, brushing matt or egg-shell, flat, finishing interior to Indian standard colour as required (revised) (with amendment No.1) (reaffirmed 1999).

158-1981

218-1983

290-1961

324-1959

337-1975

340-1978

341-1973

345-1952

Ready mixed paint, brushing, bituminous, black lead free, acid, alkali and heat resisting (third revision) (Amendment No.1).

(Reaffirmed 1999)

Creosote oil for use as wood preservative (second revision)

(Reaffirmed 1998)

Coal tar black paint (revised) (reaffirmed 1996)

Ordinary denature sprite (revised) (with amendment Nol.1)

(Reaffirmed 2002)

Varnish, finishing, interior (first revision) (reaffirmed 2001)

Varnish, mixing (first revision)

Black Japan, types A,B, and C (first revision) (reaffirmed 2002)

347-1975

348-1968

384-2002

423-1961

430-1972

Wood filler, transparent, liquid (with amendment Nos. 1 and 2)

(reaffirmed 1986)

Varnish shellac for general purposes (first revision) (reaffirmed

2001)

French polish (first revision) (with amendment Nos.1) (reaffirmed

2001).

Bushes, paints & varnishes, flat (fourth revision)

Plastic wood for joiners fillers (revised) (with amendment No. 1)

(reaffirmed 2001)

Paint remover, solvent type, non-flammable (second revision)

(reaffirmed 1999)

486-1983

487-1997

524-1983

525-1968

533-1998

1103-1984

1104-1984

1303-1983

1407-1980

1477 (Pt.-I)

1971

1477 (Pt.-II)

1971

2074-1992

2338 (Pt.-I)

1967

2338 (Pt.-II)

1967

2339-1963

2395 (Pt.-I)

1994

2395 (Pt.-II)-

1994

2524 (Pt -I)-

1968

2.524 (Pt-II)-

1968

2552-1989

2631-1976

2932-2003

2933-1975

3140-1965

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Brushes, sash tool, for paints & varnishes (third revision)

(reaffirmed 1998)

Brush, paint and varnish (i) oval, ferrule bound and (ii) round, ferrule bound (fourth revision)

Varnish, finishing, exterior, synthetic, air drying (second revision).

(Reaffirmed 2005)

Varnish, finishing, exterior and general purposes (first revision)

(with amendment No.1) (reaffirmed 2001)

Gum spirit of turpentine (oil of turpentine) (revision) (with amendment Nos. 1 and 2) (reaffirmed 1978)

Brushes artist’s (second revision) (with amendment No.1)

(Reaffirmed 2003)

Brushes, lettering (lettering) (reaffirmed 2003)

Glossary of terms relating to paints (second revision) (Reaffirmed

2001)

Round paint tins (second revision) (Reaffirmed 1987)

Code of practice for painting of ferrous metals in buildings :

Pretreatment (First Revision) (reaffirmed 1979)

Code of practice for painting of ferrous metal in buildings :

Painting (First revision) (Reaffirmed 1979)

Ready mixed paint, air drying, red oxide-zinc chrome priming (first revision) (with amendment No.1 to 4) (Reaffirmed 2002)

Code of practice for finishing of wood and wood based materials :

Operations and workmanship (Reaffirmed 2000)

Code of practice for finishing of wood and wood based materials

Schedules. (Reaffirmed 2000)

Aluminum paint for general purposes, in dual container (with amendment No.1 & 2) (reaffirmed 2004).

Code of practice for painting concrete , masonry and plaster surfaces : Operations and workmanship (Reaffirmed 2005)

Code of practice for painting concrete, masonry and plaster surfaces : Schedules (Reaffirmed 2005)

Code of practice for painting of non-ferrous metals in buildings:

Pretreatment. (Reaffirmed 2000)

Code of practice for painting of non-ferrous metals in buildings:

Painting. (Reaffirmed 2000)

Steel drums (second revision) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Isopropylacohol (first revision) (Reaffirmed 2005)

Enamel, synthetic, exterior (a) under coating (b) finishing (third revision) (with amendment No. 1 & 2)

Enamel, exterior (a) under coating, (b) finishing (first revision)

(with amendment No. 1&2) (Reaffirmed 2001)

Code of practice for painting asbestos cement building products.

(Reaffirmed 2000)

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3536-1999

3585-1966

Ready mixed paint, brushing, wood primer, pink (with amendment

No. 1 to 4)

Ready mixed paint, aluminum, brushing, priming water resistant for wood work (with amendment No.1) (reaffirmed 1999).

Plastic emulsion paint for interior use (first revision) (with amendment No.1) (reaffirmed 1993)

5411 (Pt-I)-

1974

5660-1998 Ready mixed paint, brushing aluminum red oxide primer

(reaffirmed 1998).

6005-1998 Code of practice for phosphating of iron and steel (reaffirmed

1979).

S.P. 1650-

1973

Standard colours for buildings decorative finishes (with supplement) (reaffirmed 1979).

Standard Specifications – 1977 of “National Building Organisation”

Specification – 1977 of “Central Public – Works Department” volume one.

14177-1994 Guide lines for painting system for hydraulic gates and hoists

(Reaffirmed 1999).

9.

10.

The time interval for painting of dams and canal gates etc. shall be normally five to seven years, but if the condition of painting deteriorates on account of frequent operations of the opening and closing of gates in every season, the painting work can be taken up earlier also to save the gate and ancillary steel structure with the prior approval of concerned Chief Engineer.

For gates, structures, machinery etc. separate rates are worked out for works

(i)

(ii)

Up to 1.5 m height

Beyond 1.5 m height for items 1854, 1855, 1856, 1875 & 1858 etc.

Item No.

It is intended that the rates up to 1.5 m height shall be payable where work is executed without the use of scaffolding etc. are used for the execution of the work. The measurement of height shall be taken from the sill level of gates, the place where component or job is situated or placed e.g. ground level deck, bridge etc.

Item Unit

Rate Remarks

1801 Priming coat with ready mixed paint brushing, wood primer, pink (IS: 3536-

1966) on new wood work (hard or soft wood) including preparing the surface sqm 19.00

1802 Priming coat with ready mixed paint aluminum brushing, priming water resistant for wood work (IS:3585-1966) on resinous wood and plywood surface including preparing the surface sqm 17.00

1803 Priming coat with ready mixed paint brushing Zinc chrome, priming (IS: 104-

1979) on new steel/ galvanised iron surfaces including preparing the surface. sqm 21.00

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Item No. Item Unit

Rate Remarks

1804 Cost of items 1801 to 1803 excluding the cost of primer.

1805 Labour only for items 1801 to 1803 sqm 7.00 sqm 7.00

1806 Painting two or more coats (excluding priming coat) on new surfaces with ready mixed paint of approved brand and manufacture in all shades to give an even shade. sqm 41.00 sqm 26.00 1807 Painting one or more coats on previously painted surfaces with ready mixed paint of approved brand and manufacture in all shades to give an even shade.

1808 Painting two or more coats (excluding priming coat) on new surfaces with enamel paint (IS: 2933-1975) to give an even shade. sqm 34.00

1809 Painting one or more coats on previously painted surfaces with enamel paint (IS:

2933-1975) to give an even shade.

1810 Painting two or more coats (excluding primer) on G.S. sheets with ready mixed paint of approved brand and manufacture to give an even shade. sqm 22.00 sqm 33.00

1811 Painting one or more coats on previously painted surfaces of G.S. sheets with ready mixed paint of approved brand and manufacture to give an even shade. sqm 20.00

1812 Painting two or more coats (excluding priming coat) with aluminum paint (IS:

2339-1963) on new surfaces to give an even shade. sqm 33.00

1813 Painting one or more coats with aluminum paint (IS: 2339-1963) on previously painted surfaces to give an even shade. sqm 21.00

1814 Painting two or more coats with anti corrosive ready mixed paint brushing bituminous black paint (IS: 158-1981) on new surfaces to give an even shade. sqm 24.00

1815 Painting one or more coats with anitcorrosive ready mixed paint, brushing (IS

158-1981) bituminous black paint on previously painted Surfaces to given an even shade. sqm 15.00

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Item No. Item

1816 Painting two or more coats with synthetic enamel paint (IS: 1932-1974) on new surfaces to give an even shade over an under coat of suitable shade with ordinary paint of approved brand and manufacture

(excluding the cost of under coat with ordinary paint).

1817 Painting one or more coats with synthetic enamel paint (IS: 2932-1974) on previously painted surfaces in all shades to give an even shade.

1818 Wall painting two or more coats (excluding priming coat) on new surface with plastic emulsion paint (IS: 5411 –Pt-I) to give an even shade.

1819 Wall painting two or more coats (excluding priming coat) on previously painted surface with plastic emulsion paint (IS: 5411-Pt.I) to give an even shade.

1820 Painting one or more coats with black

Japan paint (type B) IS: 341-1973, to give an even shade.

1821 Varnishing one or more coats with clear synthetic varnish IS: 524-1968.

1822 Varnishing one or more coats with copal varnish IS: 337-1975.

1823 Cost of items 1806, 1808, 1810, 1812,

1814, 1816 and 1818 excluding the cost of paint.

1824 Labour only for items 1806, 1808, 1810,

1812, 1814, 1816 and 1818

1825 Cost of items 1807, 1809, 1811, 1813,

1815, 1817, 1819 and 1820 excluding the cost of paint.

1826 Cost of items 1821 and 1822 excluding the cost of varnish.

1827 Labour only for items 1807, 1809, 1811,

1813, 1815, 1817, 1819 to 1822.

1828 Painting two or more coats with oil type wood preservative (IS: 218-1961) on new surfaces of wood work.

1829 Cost of Item 1828 excluding the cost of wood preservative.

Unit

Rate Remarks

sqm 55.00 sqm 34.00 sqm 56.00 sqm 35.00 sqm 22.00 sqm 25.00 sqm 22.00 sqm 16.00 sqm 15.00 sqm 10.00 sqm 10.00 sqm 10.00 sqm 20.00 sqm 5.00

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Item No. Item Unit

Rate Remarks

1830 Labour only for item 1828 sqm 4.00

1831 Painting one or more coats with oil type wood preservative (IS: 218-1961) on previously painted surfaces of wood work. sqm 16.00 sqm 4.00 1832 Cost of item 1831 excluding the cost of wood preservative.

1833 Labour only for item 1831 sqm 3.00

1834 Painting two coats of coal tar (IS: 290-1961) on new surfaces using 0.16 and 0.12 liter of coal tar per sq.m. in the first and second coat respectively.

1835 Cost of items 1834 excluding the cost of coal tar.

1836 Labour only for item 1834

1839 Labour only for item No. 1837 sqm 15.00 sqm 6.00 sqm

1837 Painting one coat of coal tar (IS 290-1961) on previously painted surfaces using 0.12 liter of coat tar per sq.m. sqm 9.00

1838 Cost of item 1837 excluding cost of coal tar sqm 5.00 sqm

5.00

5.00 sqm 24.00 1840 Oiling two or more coats with raw linseed oil

(IS : 75-1973) on new surfaces.

1841 Cost of item 1840 excluding the cost of linseed oil.

1842 Labour only for item No. 1840 sqm 7.00 sqm 5.00

1843 Oiling one or more coats with raw linseed oil (IS:75-1973) on previously painted surface. sqm 16.00

1844 Cost of item 1843 excluding the cost of linseed oil.

1845 Labour only for item 1843 sqm 6.00 sqm 5.00

1846 French spirit, polish, two or more coats (IS:

348-1968) including cost of wood filler on new wood based surface.

1847 Labour only for item 1846 sqm 84.00 sqm 37.00

1848 French spirit polish, one or more coats

(IS:348-1968) on previously painted surfaces including a coat of wood based surface sqm 41.00

1849 Labour only for Item No. 1848 sqm 20.00

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Item No. Item Unit

Rate Remarks

1850 Polishing on wood work with ready made was polish of approved brand and manufacture on new surface. sqm 37.00

1851 Labour only for Item No. 1850 sqm 22.00

1852 Polishing on wood work with ready made wax polish of approved brand and manufacture on previously painted surface. sqm 19.00

1853 Labour only for item no. 1852. sqm 11.00

1854 Painting of spillway gates, sluice gates, canal gates (both vertical or radial) stop logs, exposed embedded parts and all unmachined ferrous surfaces (hoist sqm cylinder, cylinder heads, hydraulic piping, pipe fittings, bonnet covers), exposed to water, as per IS 14177-94, for which surface preparation by blast cleaning of

Class “B”, primer coat (one coat) of inorganic Zinc silicate (preferable airless spray) or alternatively, two coats of zinc rich primer (containing not less than 85% zinc on dry film), to give dry film thickness of 70

+ 5 microns and finish coat (two coats) of solvent less coal tar epoxy paint, using airless spray, to provide dry film thickness of 150 + 5 microns per coat.

Thus, total dry film thickness of all the coats, including primer coating, should not be less than 350 microns. This will include expenses on mobilisation & demobilisation of equipments.

For maintenance painting, the surface preparation shall be done by appropriate hand and power tool cleaning. Prior to hand and power tool cleaning, any heavy layer of rust should be removed by chipping. Visible oil, grease, dirt and other foreign material be cleaned using solvents like clean mineral spirits xylol or white gasoline. After hand and power tool cleaning, the surface should be cleaned of loose dust and debris and / or blast cleaned as laid down in Para

7.0 of IS Code 14177-1994. After the surface preparation, the primer and finishing coats shall be carried out as provided above for painting.

(i) Up to 1.5 m height sqm 605.00

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Item No. Item Unit

Rate Remarks

(ii) Beyond 1.5 m height sqm 620.00

1855 Painting of lifting beam/ lifting tackles as per

IS: 14177-1994, for which surface preparation by blast cleaning as per class

“C” or class “B”, primer coat (two coats) of zinc phosphate primer, to provide dry film thickness of 40 microns per coat and finish coat (two coats) of alkyd based micaceous iron oxide paint, using airless spray, to provide minimum dry film thickness of 65 +

5 microns per coat, at an interval of 24 hours. Thus, total dry film thickness of all the coats, including primer coating, should not be less than 200 microns. This will include expenses on mobilization and demobilization of equipment’s.

Note: - The rates for item 1854 (i) & (ii) are applicable only for installed gates etc. For painting of non-installed gates etc., the rates mentioned in 1854 (i) shall applicable

For maintenance painting, the surface preparation shall be done by appropriate hand and power tool cleaning, Prior to than and power tool cleaning any chipping.

Visible oil, grease, dirt and other foreign material be cleaned using solvents like clean mineral spirits, xylol or white gasoline.

After hand and power tool cleaning, the surface should be cleaned of loose dust and debris and / or blast cleaned as laid down in Para 7.0 of IS Code 14177-1994.

After the surface preparation the primer and finishing coats shall be carried out as provided above for paining.

(i) Up to 1.5 m height sqm 268.00

(ii) Beyond 1.5 m height

Note: - The rates for item 1855 (i) & (ii) are applicable only for installed machinery, For non-installed machineries etc., the rates mentioned in 1855 (i) shall be applicable.

1856 Painting of structural components of hoist including supporting structures and surfaces of hydraulic hoists unexposed to water as per IS:14177-1994, for which surface preparation by blast cleaning of class ‘B’, primer coat (two coats) of Zinc phosphate primer to give dry film thickness sqm 282.00

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Item No. Item of 40 + 5 microns per coat and finish coat

(one color) of alkyd based micaceious iron oxide paint to give dry film thickness of 65 +

5 microns followed by two coats of synthetic enamel paint, using airless spray, to give dry film thickness of 25 + 5 microns per coats, at an interval of 24 hours. Thus, total dry film thickness of all the coats, including primer coating, should not be less than 175 micros. This will include expensed on mobilisation and demobilisation of equipments.

Unit

Rate Remarks

For maintenance painting, the surface preparation shall be done by appropriate hand and power tool cleaning. Prior to hand and power tool cleaning, any heavy layer of rust should be removed by chipping. Visible oil, grease, dirt and other foreign material be cleaned using solvents like clean mineral spirits, xylol of white gasoline. After hand and power tool cleaning, the surface should be cleaned of loose dust and debris and / or blast cleaned as laid down in Para

7.0 of IS code 14177 – 1994. After the surface preparation, the primer and finishing coats shall be carried out as provided above for painting.

(i) Up to 1.5 m height sqm 264.00

(ii) Beyond 1.5 m height

Note: - The rates in item 1856 (i) & (ii) are applicable only for installed components / structures etc. For non-installed components structures rates mentioned in

1856 (i) shall be applicable.

1857 Painting of machinery, including gearing, housing, shafting, bearing, pedestals, oil tanks, control cabinets, hoist beams, pipe support, clams, ladders etc., of hoists and supporting structures, as per IS 14177-

1994, for which surface preparation by blast cleaning of class ‘B’ Primer coat (one coat) of Zinc phosphate paint to give a minimum dry film thickness of 50 + 5 microns and finish coat (three coats) of aluminum paint to synthetic enamel paint, using airless spray, to provide a dry film thickness of 25

+ 5 microns per coat. Thus, total dry film thickness of all the coats, including primer sqm 277.00

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Item No. Item coat, should not be less than 125 microns.

This will include expenses on mobilization and demobilization of equipments.

Unit

Rate Remarks

For maintenance painting, the surface preparation shall be done by appropriate hand and power tool cleaning. Prior to hand and power tool cleaning, any heavy layer of rust should be removed by chipping. Visible oil, grease, dirt and other foreign material be cleaned using solvents like clean mineral spirits, xylol of white gasoline. After hand and power tool cleaning, the surface should be cleaned of loose dust and debris and / or blast cleaned as laid down in Para

7.0 of IS code 14177 – 1994. After the surface preparation, the primer and finishing coats shall be carried out as provided above for painting.

(i) Up to 1.5 m height sqm 202.00

(ii) Beyond 1.5 m height

Note: - The rates in item 1857 (i) & (ii) are applicable only for installed machinery etc.

For non-installed machinery the rates mentioned in 1857 (i) shall be applicable.

For maintenance painting, the surface preparation shall be done by appropriate hand and power tool cleaning. Prior to hand and power tool cleaning, any heavy layer of rust should be removed by chipping. Visible oil, grease, dirt and other foreign material be cleaned using solvents like clean mineral spirits, xylol of white gasoline. After hand and power tool cleaning, the surface should be cleaned of loose dust and debris sqm 222.00

1858 Painting of unmachined surfaces, as per IS

14177-1994, for which surface preparation by blast cleaning of class ‘B’, primer coat

(one coat) of chlorinated rubber based zinc phosphate primer, to provide a dry film thickness of 50 + 5 microns and finish coat

(three coats) of vinyl resin/ chlorinated rubber, using airless spray, to provide a dry film thickness of 30 + 5 microns per coat.

Thus, total dry film thickness of all coats including primer coat should not be less than 125 microns. This will include expenses on mobilization and demobilization of equipments.

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Item No. Item and / or blast cleaned as laid down in Para

7.0 of IS code 14177 – 1994. After the surface preparation, the primer and finishing coats shall be carried out as provided above for painting.

Unit

(i) Up to 1.5 m height

Rate Remarks

sqm 282.00

(ii) Beyond 1.5 m height

Note: - The rates in item 1858 (i) & (ii) are applicable only for installed surfaces. For non-installed surfaces the rates mentioned in 1858 (i) shall be applicable. sqm 293.00

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CHAPTER 19 – DISMANTLING

Notes:-

1. The rate includes- (i) Removal of dismantled materials to a distance of 50 m and all lifts.

(ii) Picking, cleaning, sorting out and stacking of serviceable materials and unserviceable materials separately.

2. Measurements- (i) Measurement of all works shall be recorded before dismantling.

(ii) All measurements shall be measured along the existing slopes.

(iii) for dismantling walls with plaster, measurement will be exclusive of plaster thickness.

3. In dismantling, the articles shall be carefully removed and passed by hand, where necessary, lowered to the ground and not thrown. Iron and A.C. sheets, wooden planks etc. shall be removed with proper tools and not torn off by force.

4.

5.

All dismantled materials shall from the Government property.

During dismantling, every precaution shall be taken to prevent damage to any part of structure and also to any adjoining structure, which are to be left intact.

6. The rates are applicable to all types of structures viz. Roads, Buildings, Bridges and

Floors and all heights.

7. An inventory of all possible serviceable materials shall be prepared. This record shall be kept for proper control during execution of work.

Portions required to be retained shall be marked before starting dismantling.

A register shall be kept at the work site in which day to day account of the turn out and the salvaged materials shall be maintained. This register shall also show weather – dismantled material is properly stacked or wasted.

8. All the materials obtained from the removal of the structure shall be the property of

Government Serviceable materials shall be stacked neatly in such a manner as to avoid deterioration and a places directed by Engineer-in-Charge with in specified lead.

Different categories of materials shall be stacked separately.

Unless otherwise provided, excavated materials shall be used in back filling the excavation made in removing the structure in leveling ground or otherwise disposed off as directed with in specified lead.

Non serviceable materials shall be disposed off without causing any damage or inconvenience.

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Item No. Item

1901 Dismantling rammed moorum and boulders or rammed moorum and metal in foundations and under floors

1902 Dismantling lime concrete or cement concrete in foundations or under floors, haunches or arches or terrace.

1903 Dismantling cement concrete in floors and superstructure.

1904 Dismantling reinforced cement concrete in roofs, upper floors, slabs, columns, lintels, arches, chajjas, stairs or any other structure, above plinth.

1905 Dismantling R.C.C. rafts, columns, beams in foundation and plinth only.

1906 Dismantling brick masonry including arches in lime or cement mortar

1907 Dismantling stone masonry including arches in lime or cement mortar.

1908 Dismantling mud or sun dried brick walls

Unit

cum

Rate

cum 105.00 cum 158.00 cum 455.00 cum 560.00 cum 455.00 cum 184.00 cum 230.00

72.00

Remarks

1909 Dismantling stone or brick masonry in clay, dry stone or dry boulder walling, stone pitching or dry paving.

1910 Dismantling flag stone flooring, bricks laid flat or on edge, curbs, or aprons etc. (each layer) in lime or cement mortar, bricks or tiles laid on roof in lime or cement mortar, excluding sub-base

1911 Dismantling thatched roof including roof timber. cum 139.00 sqm 27.00 sqm 18.00

1912 Dismantling single Allahabad tile,

Mangalore or single wheel tile roof including roof timber (excluding trusses). sqm 37.00 sqm 26.00 1913 Removing single wheel tiles or single

Allahabad tiles or Mangalore tiles from roofing.

1914 Dismantling double Alahabad tiles, roof, including roof timber (excluding trusses). sqm 61.00

1915 Dismantling wooden beams posts scantlings or trusses. cum 427.00

1916 Dismantling wooden ballies of any diameter m 4.00

160

Item No. Item

1917 Dismantling G.I. sheets or A.C. sheets,

(Trafford, corrugated or curved, etc) and wind ties, etc. excluding roof timber.

1918 Dismantling ceiling of textile, Hessian.

Cloth, matting of any type (single or double) including wooden frames.

1919 Dismantling or wooden ceiling or flooring or

A.C. sheet ceiling or walling or wall and ceiling boards, of any thickness (Fiber insulation with battens etc. excluding timber in ceiling wall or floor).

1920 Dismantling mud plaster

Unit Rate

sqm 11.00 sqm 4.00 sqm 8.00

Remarks

sqm 2.00

1921 Dismantling limes or cement plaster of any thickness.

1922 Taking out door chowkhats including shutters and including dismantling the necessary masonry. sqm 6.00 each 79.00

1923 Taking out window chowkhats including shutters, including dismantling the necessary masonry. each 61.00 cum 409.00 1924 Taking out stone lintels of doors and windows from building masonry or stone slabs of culverts.

1925 Dismantling structures like rolled steel, joists, 1-section, T-section, Angles, channel sections etc. plates for beams, columns, stanchions, trusses, etc. kg 5.00 All nuts and bolts should be

Opened sqm 4.00 1926 Scrapping of old walls, carefully with brushes for making it suitable for distemper or paint by sand papering including washing with water, etc. complete.

1927 Scrapping of ceiling carefully, with brushes, making it suitable for distemper or paint by sand papering including washing with water, etc. complete. sqm 6.00 sqm 26.00 1928 Dismantling terrazzo or mossaic or glazed vitreous or patent cement or tiled flooring or dados skirting of any thickness without sub base

1929 Ranking out old pointing in lime or cement mortar of any mix (from stone masonry.

1930 Raking out old pointing in lime or cement mortar of any mix from brick masonry. sqm 20.00 sqm 28.00

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Item No. Item

1931 Dismantling Hume pipe joints.

Unit

m

Rate Remarks

11.00 Circumferential measurement

1932 Dismantling Hume pipes from culverts, syphons, aqueducts, super passages, sluice barriers, etc. including dismantling collar joints, excluding the dismantling of concrete in foundation and around the pipes-

(a) Up to 0.30 m dia

(b) Above 0.30 m dia to 0.45m dia

(c) Above 0.45m and up to 0.60m dia

(d) Above 0.60m and up to 0.75 m dia

(e) Above 0.70m and up to 1.00m dia

(f) Above 1.00 and up to 1.10m dia

(g) 1.20 m dia

1933 Dismantling G.I. pipe line -

(a) Up to 50 mm dia

(b) Above 50 mm dia

1934 Dismantling and removal of karri shutters and stacking properly m m m m m m m

25.00

40.00

49.00

67.00

87.00

131.00

161.00 m m

1.00

2.00 sqm 131.00

7.

5.

6.

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CHAPTER 20 – ROADWORK

Notes :-

1. Rates do not include cost of collection of boulders, metal, moorum and bitumen unless otherwise specified.

2. Rates however include lead up to 50m and all lifts for all materials unless otherwise specified.

3. Open season means the period between 1st November to 15th June. No payment for lead of water shall be made for consolidation done in wet season, i.e. from 16th June to

31st October.

4. For open season consolidation no lead water is payable up to 100m, for payment beyond

100m lead for water “for departmental works” specific permission of the Chief

Engineer/Superintending Engineer is necessary.

Oversize metal means of nominal size 60mm to 100mm.

The following Indian Road Congress publications may be referred to:-

IRC No. Title

14-2004

17-1977

Recommended practice for 2 cm thick bitumen and tar carpets (third revision).

Standard specifications and Code of Practice for water bound macadam (second revision).

The following Indian Standards may also be referred to

IRC No.

73-1992

215-1995

217-1988

454-1994

3117-2004

Title

Specifications for paving bitumen (Revised) (with amendment No.1)

(Reaffirmed 1998)

Specifications for Road tar (Revised) (third revision) (Reaffirmed 2000)

Specifications for cut back bitumen (Revised) (second revision)

(Reaffirmed 1999)

Specifications for cut back bitumen-Digbol type (Revised). (Reaffirmed

1999)

Specification for bitumen, emulsion for roads (anionic type).

163

Item No. Unit

2001 Labour only for boulder soling hand packed excluding consolidation

cum cum 2002 Moorum or sand spreading including dressing-

2003 (a) Consolidation of boulder soling by

SRR/DRR including spreading of moorum and lead of water up to 100 m:

(i) Including hire and running expenses of roller.

(ii) Excluding hire and running expenses of roller. cum

cum

(b) Consolidation of oversize metal by

SRR/DRR including spreading of moorum and lead of water up to 100m :-

(i) Including hire and running expenses of roller.

(ii) Excluding hire and running expenses of roller.

(c) Consolidation of moorum by SRR/DRR including spreading moorum, excluding watering-

cum cum

Item

(i) But including hire and running expenses of roller

(ii) And hire and running expenses of roller.

2004 (a) Watering for moorum consolidation with lead of water up to 100m

(b) Labour for watering only in item 2004(a)

2005 Picking old surface for consolidation. cum

cum

cum

sqm

Rate

97.00

30.00

70.00

52.00

164.00

69.00

42.00

34.00 cum 33.00

7.00

4.00

Remarks

2006 Labour only for metal patch repair of WBM surface including picking of old surface.

2007 (a) 40 mm size and below metal spreading for consolidation. cum

cum

248.00

46.00

(b) Spreading including hand packing and dressing of oversize metal for consolidation. cum 55.00

2008 80mm thick water bound macadam coat in wet season by SRR / DRR including spreading of metal and moorum, watering, korebandi (40mm metal)-

164

Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

(a) including hire and running expenses of roller.

(b) excluding hire and running expenses of roller.

2009 40 mm thick water bound macadam coat in wet season by SRR / DRR including, picking old surface, spreading of metal and moorum, watering, korebandi (40 mm metal)-

(a) Including hire and running expenses of roller.

(b) Excluding hire and running expenses of roller.

2010 (a) Deduct from item 2009 for consolidation of metal without picking up old surface -

(b) Labour only for korebandi in item 2008

(size 300mm x 80mm) cum cum cum

cum

cum

272.00

163.00

417.00

277.00

11.00

46.00

(c) Labour only for korebandi in item 2009

(size 300mm x 40mm)

2011 Labour only for putting blindage for road topping from road side stacks or mourn or sand

2012 Labour only for cleaning of old surface of water bond macadam for base coat including, removing caked earth and other foreign matter with wire bushes or small picks, sweeping with brooms or soft brushes and finally dusting with sacks or old gunny begs etc.

2013 Labour only for cleaning the old black topped surface for renewal including removing caked earth and other foreign matter with wire brushes or small picks sweeping with brooms or soft brushes and finally dressing with sacks or old gunny bags.

2014 Labour only for cleaning black topped road surface for seal coat laid simultaneously after base coat.

2015 Heating binder up to required temperature including fuel for heating.

2016 Heating binder up to required temperature excluding fuel for heating- cum

sqm

sqm

sqm

11.00

0.20 sqm 2.80

1.40

0.50 tonne 880.00

tonne 526.00

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

2017 (a) Labour only for applying tack coat on water bound macadam surface.

tonne 1191.00

tonne 926.00 (b) Labour only for applying tack coat on existing black top surface.

2018 Labour only for applying binder for first coat of surface dressing. tonne 1191.00 tonne 1191.00 2019 Labour only for applying binder for second coat of surface dressing or seal coat.

2020 Labour only for spreading metal chips, including screening and dressing.

2021 Labour only for mixing and spreading and rolling for premix carped 20mm thick excluding- tack coat and heating of binder-

(a) but including hire and running expenses of roller.

(b) And also hire and running expenses of roller

cum 197.00 sqm 22.00

sqm 12.00

2022 Rolling for first or second coat or renewal coat of surface dressing-

(a) Including hire and running expenses or roller

(b) Excluding hire and running expenses of roller.

2023 Rolling for seal coat including hire and running expenses or roller.

(b) Excluding hire and running expenses of roller.

2024 Labour for mixing and spreading and rolling for premix carpet 25mm thick excluding tack coat and heating of binder -

(a) but including hire and running expenses or roller.

(b) And also hire and running expenses of roller.

2025 Add for miscellaneous materials required for cleaning

For item 2012 sqm 7.00

sqm sqm 5.00

sqm

sqm

sqm

1.30

1.00

14.00

0.60 sqm 28.00

Remarks

(b) For item 2013

(c) For item 2014 sqm

sqm

0.30

0.15

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CHAPTER 21 – SPECIAL ITEMS OF EARTH/MASONRY DAM AND

CANALS

Notes :-

1. Rates include lead up to 100m and all lifts for all materials for all items unless otherwise specified.

2. The item of stripping shall be payable for depths up to 15 cm only if greater depths have to be removed, total depths are to be paid as per rates of general excavation of earthwork.

3. In case of canal embankment the stripping of seat should normally be limited to 8 cms, for canal discharge up to 3 cumecs and embankment height above 1.5m only furrowing and plugging be done for embankments of height less that 1.5 m stripping of seat be done for 15 cms for canal discharge more than 3 cumecs and embankment of height less than 0.6, for such canals.

4. Furrowing and plugging is payable only in the area where benching is not done.

5. Stripping the seat of embankment should not be payable in the area covered by benching the seat of embankment.

6. The rates for excavation of puddle trench includes the cost of cutting and subsequent removal, if ordered, in steps required in deep trenches for the inspecting officers and the working labourers to go down and come up. However it does not include filling up of these steps either by puddle or by earth.

7. The rates for puddle trench excavation, provided in this chapter, are not payable for cut off trench excavation

8. Regarding bailing out water from puddle trench during excavation, note 10 of Chapter

4-“EXCAVATION AND EARTHWORK” is applicable.

9. For items of fitter locally available shingle or gravel be use as a first preference. If it is not available locally, metal from excavation of hard moorum with boulder – or rock-cut be used as second alternative , provided it is certified by the Executive Engineer while obtaining sanction to the estimate, that shingle or gravel is not available from nearby nalla or rivers.

10. For use of metal for filter the extra rate for blasting shall not be payable.

11. The items against which multiplying numbers suffixed by “R” have been given in the rates column, the payable rates on NMR shall be arrived at as per note 4 of Chapter2-

“Survey and Investigation”.

167

12. The rates for providing K.M. stones, 0.2K.M stone, chainage-cum-boundary stone of various types include lead up to 10m for all Materials.

13. Chainage-cum-boundary stone as per type design 4 of Water Resources Department are to be provided on irrigation channels and as boundary stones for demarking, boundaries of head works, bund line and quarries etc.

14. On canals the stone (K.M. and 0.2 K.M.) shall be normally fixed with the top of concrete platform at 0.1m above formation level of the canal bank with front edge of the stone at a distance of 1.5m from the outer edge of the bank at top. For this purpose the extra depth of concrete wherever required, over and above the provisions made in completed item, shall be payable as per the rates provided in the relevant chapters.

15. Normally before fixing of the stones (Km, 0.2 Km and bed grade) the chaining of the constructed canal shall be redone.

15. (A) In hand packed stone pitching of 45 cm thick in two layers header stone of size

45x30x30 cm extending through both layers and spaced at about 1.5 m apart shall be used.

16. Measurement- (a) Dimensions shall be measured to nearest 0.01m. The areas shall be worked out to the nearest 0.01 sq.m. The cubical contents shall be worked out to nearest 0.01 cum.

(b) No deduction for voids shall be made from the gross measurements of seepage drain fillings, boulder toe, pitching, filters blanket, etc.

17. The following Indian Standards and I.R.C. Specifications may be referred to:-

I.S. No./IRC No.

I.S. 341-1973

Title

I.S. 3589-2001

I.S. 7319-1974

I.S. 8237-1985

I.S.9556-1980

I.S. 9759-1981

I.R. C: 5-2000

Black Japan, type A, B and C (first revision) (reaffirmed 2002).

Enamel, exterior (a) under coating (b) finishing (first revision).

(Reaffirmed 2001)

Electrically welded steel pipes for water, gas and sewage (200 to

2000mm nominal dia) (with amendment No.1) (Reaffirmed 2006)

Perforated concrete pipes. (Reaffirmed 2005)

Code of practice for protection of slope of reservoir embankments.

(Reaffirmed 2002)

Code of practice for design and construction of diaphragm walls.

(Reaffirmed 2003)

Guide lines for dewatering during construction. (Reaffirmed 2003)

Standard specifications and code of practice for road, gridges, section I

General features of design (seventh revision).

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Item No. Item

(b) Drains filled with graded quarried stones or rubble.

(c) Drains filled, in layers with boulders, shingle and sand.

(d) Drains filled in layers with stones, shingle and sand.

2105 Labour only for -

Unit Rate

2101 Stripping the seat of embankment of all foreign materials, vegetation and other growth like grass roots etc., and removing the rubbish up to a distance of 50m including dressing but excluding jungle clearance. cum 10% over rates for earth work excavation

2102 Benching the seat of embankment to an average depth of 15cm and cross slope of 1 in 12 including removing the rubbish up to a distance of 50m including dressing.

2103 Furrowing and plugging the seat of embankment. cum 20% over rates for earth work excavation

sqm 1.00

2104 Construction of seepage drains 60 cm x 60 cm under the bund, (excluding excavation of trenches) filling the drains with graded materials such as boulder, shingle and sand in layers, etc., as per

Specifications

(a) Drains filled with graded boulders. m 85.00 m m m

148.00

68.00

140.00

(i) 2104 (a) and (b)

(ii) 2104 (c) and (d) m m

51.00

23.00

2106 Construction of seepage drains 75x75cm under the bund excluding excavation of trench) filling the drains with graded materials such as boulders, shingle and sand in layers etc. as per specification.

(a) Drains filled with graded boulders.

(b) Drains filled with graded quarried stone or rubble.

(c) Drains filled in layers, with boulders, shingle and sand.

(d) Drains filled in layers, with quarried stones, shingle and sand. m m m m

132.00

231.00

95.00

277.00

Remarks

169

Item No. Item Unit

2107 Labour only for -

(i) Item 2106 (a) and (b)

(ii) Item 2106 (c) and (d).

2108 Construction of seepage drains 90cm x 90 cm under the bund (Excluding excavation of trench) filling In drains with graded materials, such as boulders, shingle and sand in layers etc. as per specification -

(a) Drains filled with graded boulders. m m

(b) Drains filled with graded quarried stones or rubble.

(c) Drains filled, in layers with boulders, shingle and sand.

(d) Drains filled in layers with quarried stones, shingle and sand.

2109 Labour only for- m m m m

(i) Item 2108 (a) and (b)

(ii) Item 2108 (c) and (d) m m

2110 Providing filter blanket, horizontally,

Including laying, spreading, packing etc., in layers of required thickness but excluding excavation of foundation-

(i) Metal 80mm nominal size.

(ii) Metal 60mm nominal size. cum cum

(iii) Metal 40 mm nominal size.

(iv) Metal 20 mm nominal size.

(v) Metal 10mm nominal size.

(vi) Shingle 80mm or 60mm nominal size. cum cum cum cum

(vii) Shingle 40mm nominal size.

(viii) Shingle 20mm nominal size.

(ix) Shingle 10mm nominal size.

(x) Sand passing through 4.75 mm screen.

2111 Labour only for -

(i) Item 2110 (i) to (ix)

(ii) Item 2110 (x) cum cum cum cum cum cum

Rate

80.00

36.00

191.00

333.00

154.00

326.00

115.00

51.00

326.00

372.00

531.00

676.00

654.00

235.00

279.00

337.00

328.00

94.00

72.00

59.00

Remarks

170

Item No. Item Unit

2112 Add extra over item 2110 and 2111 for laying specified filter layers-

(a) on inclined surfaces steeper than, 1 in 5 cum

(b) for chimney filter cum

Rate

53.00

92.00

Remarks

2113 Construction of rock toe in earthen embankments Including laying and hand packing, dressing, wedging and finishing. over surface with-

(a) Boulders cum

(b) Quarried stone -

2114 Labour only for Item 2113. cum cum

290.00

466.00

152.00

2115 Cutting up stream / downstream slopes of embankment to proper slope including dressing, laying and the excavated earth on top of embankment.

2116 Excavation of puddle trench for earthen embankment to proper side slopes and bed grade including shoring, wherever necessary dressing, 50m lead and 1.5m lift-

(a) up to 3 m depth cum same as earth work rate cum same as earth work rate

(b) over 3m up to 6 m depth cum 20% extra over earth work rate

(c) over 6m up to 9m depth

(d) over 9m up to 12 depth cum 30% extra over earth work rate cum 50% extra over earth work rate cum 219.00 2117 Puddle filling of good clay including lead up to 50m including mixing, watering and kneeding by tamping, ramming and laying etc. of size from

75mm to 250 mm.

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Item No. Item

2118 Puddle filling of good clay (excluding cost of puddle earth and water including mixing, kneeding by tamping, ramming, and laying etc.)

2119 Deduct from item 2117 above in case water supplied departmentally. cum cum

2120 Dry rubble wall (toe wall) with stone of minimum size 0.021 cum at the base of stone pitching or rip-rap excluding excavation. cum

2121 Labour only for item 2120 above cum

2122 (a) Providing 45cm thick hand packed stone pitching with 50% of the individual stones of

45cm depth including laying, finishing etc., but excluding slope cutting of embankment-

(b) Providing 30cm thick hand packed stone pitching with 50% of the individual stones of

30cm depth including laying, finishing etc., but excluding slope cutting of embankment-

Unit

sqm sqm

(a) For item 2122 (a)

(b) For item 2122 (b) sqm sqm sqm 2124 Preparing the surface for turfing including laying 15cm of good soil on top in 7.5 cm layers, surface watering and light ramming etc., complete with 50m, lead and all lift.

2125 Turfing on prepared surface, including seed or sods.

2126 Trufing on prepared surface with sods supplied at site of work.

2127 Construction of dowels, 30cm wide on top and 30cm high (2:1 side slopes) on the canal banks, including excavation, with 50m lead, all lift and dressing.

2128 (a) Construction of dowels, 30cm wide on top and 30cm in height (1:5:1 side slopes) on the canal banks including excavation with 50m lead, all lift and dressing.

(b) Construction of dowels, 20cm wide and

20cm in height (1.5:1 side slope) on the canal banks including excavating with 50m lead all lift and dressing. sqm sqm m m

Rate

102.00

29.00

923.00

191.00

402.00

272.00

94.00

67.00

20.00

8.00

5.00

26.00

20.00

Remarks

banks including paths on the canal

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Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

(c) Construction of longitudinal and transverse bunds (temporary) 15 cm wide and 15cm in height (1:1 side slopes) an uncompacted embankment of new canals including excavating with 50m lead all lifts and dressing.

(d) Levelling of top surface of banks of new canals to the required longitudinal grade and cross slope, including filling of rain cuts and removal of temporary bunds with all lead and lift. m 0.05R To be executed before onset of monsoon after completion of canal earth work. sqm 0.04R To be executed after settlement of banks.

2129 Labour only for laying G.I. pipe line (for water supply) on ground including, fitting fixing and threading wherever necessary, including carrying of pipes within 100m lead-

(a) Up to 5 cm dia m 8.00

(b) Above 5 cm dia m 14.00

2130 (a) Providing K.M. Stone as per type design

1 of Water Resources Department.

(i) Precast in 1:2:4 RCC with 20mm graded metal including formwork, cost of each 804.00 reinforcement, finishing, curing, etc. complete.

Appendix VII

(b) Fixing KM stone (type design 2) in 1:3:6 cement concrete with 40mm graded metal including excavation (any strata), handling and fixing of stone, curing etc. complete. each 646.00

Drawing enclosed vide

2131

(c) Labour only for item 2130 (b) (Type design 3)

(a) Providing KM stone as per type design 2 of Water Resources Department.

(b) Fixing KM stone (type design 2) In 1:3:6 cement concrete with 40mm graded metal including excavation (any strata) handling and- fixing of stone, curing etc. complete. each 2.00R

(i) Precast in 1:2:4 RCC with 20mm graded metal including formwork, cost of each 676.00 reinforcement, finishing, curing etc. complete. each 642.00

Drawing enclosed vide

Appendix VIll.

(c) Labour only for Item 2131 (b) each 2.00R

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

2132 Painting KM stone (type design 1 or 2) with canary yellow background of enamel paint and figuring and lettering with black paint including cost of paint, brushes etc. complete. each 140.00

2133 Labour only for Item 2132 each 70.00

Remarks

2134 (a) Providing 0.2 KM stone made of precast

1:2;4 RCC 20 mm graded metal including formwork, cost of reinforcement, finishing, curing, etc. complete, as per type design 3 of Water Resources Department.

(b) Fixing 0.2 KM stone (type design3) in

1:3:6 cement concrete with 40mm graded metal including excavation (any strata) handling and fixing of stone, curing etc. complete.

(c) Labour only for item 2134(b) each 150.00 Drawing enclosed vide

Appendix IX each 394.00 each 1.00R

2135 Painting 0.2 KM stone (type design 3) with canary yellow back ground of enamel paint and figuring and lettering with black paint including cost of paint brushes etc. completed. each

2136 Labour only for item 2135 each

70.00

35.00

2137 (a) Providing chainage-cum-boundary stone made of precast 1:2;4 RCC 20 mm graded metal including formwork, cost of reinforcement, finishing, curing, etc. each 150.00 Drawing enclosed vide

Appendix X complete, as per type design 4 of Water

Resources Department.

(b) Fixing chainage-cum-boundary stone

(type design 4) in 1:3:6 cement concrete with 40mm graded metal including excavation (any strata) handling and fixing of stone, curing etc. complete. each 394.00

(c) Labour only for item 2137 (b) each 1.00R

47.00 2138 Painting chainage-cum-boundary stone

(type design 4) with white back ground of enamel paint and figuring and lettering with black paint, including cost of paint brushes etc. complete. each

2139 Labour only for Item 2138 each 24.00

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Item No. Item

2140 (a) Providing 5 th

KM stone as per IRC type design (5-1970) on NS,SH or MDR

Unit Rate

Precast in 1:2:4 RCC with 20mm graded metal including formwork, cost of each 1163.00 reinforcement, finishing and curing etc. complete.

(b) Fixing 5th KM stone (IRC:5-1970) in

1:3:6 C.C. with 40mm graded metal including excavation (any strata), handling and fixing of stone, curing etc. complete (on

NH,SH or MDR). each 859.00

(c) Labour only for item 2140 (b) each 3.00R

2141 (a) Providing ordinary KM stone as per IRC of type design (5-1970) on NH,SH or MDR-

1:2:4 RCC with 20 mm graded including form work cost of reinforcement and curing finishing etc. complete.

(b) Fixing ordinary KM stone (IRC:5-1970) in 1:3:6 C.C. with 40mm graded metal including excavation (any strata), handling and fixing of stone, curing etc. complete.

(on NH,SH or MDR).

(c) Labour only for Item 2141 (b) each each 704.00 each

635.00

2.50R

2142 (a) Providing KM stone as per IRC type design (5-1970) on C.D. or village roads

Precast in 1:2:4 RCC with 20mm graded metal including formwork, cost of reinforcement, finishing and curing etc. complete . each 464.00 each 658.00

2143 (a) Providing 0.2 KM stone made of precast

1:2;4 RCC 20 mm graded metal including formwork, cost of reinforcement, finishing, curing, etc. complete, of size 20x15x15 cm

(IRC:25-1967)

(b) Fixing KM stone (IRC:5-1970) in 1:3:6

C.C. with 40mm graded metal including excavation (any strata), handling and fixing of stone, curing etc. complete. (on C.D. or village roads).

(b) Fixing 0.2 KM stone (IRC:26-1967) in

1:3:6 cement concrete with 40mm graded metal including excavation (any strata), handling and fixing of stone, curing etc. complete. each each

84.00

138.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item

(c) Labour only for item 2143 (b)

Unit Rate

each 0.50 R

2144 (a) Providing boundary stone made of precast 1:2;4 RCC 20 mm graded metal including formwork, cost of reinforcement, finishing, curing, etc. complete, of size

20x15x15 cm (IRC:25-1967) each 120.00

(b) Fixing boundary stone (IRC:25-1967) in

1:3:6 C.C. with 40mm graded metal including excavation (any strata), handling and fixing of stone, curing etc. complete. each 446.00

(c) Labour only for item 2144(b) each 1.10 R

2145 (a) Painting of K M stone/0.2 KM stone with white back ground of enamel paint and figuring and lettering with black paint including cost of paint, brushes etc. complete-

(i) 5th KM stone on NH, SH or MDR each 140.00

Remarks

(ii) Ordinary KM stone on NH, SH or MDR

(iii) KM stone on C.D. or village road

(iv) 0.2 KM stone or boundary stone

(b) Labour only for

(i) Item 2145 (a)(i)

(ii) Item 2145 (a) (ii) each each each each each

70.00

70.00

47.00

79.00

39.00

(iii) Item 2145 (a) (iii)

(iv) Item 2145 (a) (iv) each each

39.00

22.00

2146 Providing bed grade stones made of precast 1:2;4 RCC 20 mm graded metal including formwork, cost of reinforcement, finishing, curing, etc. complete, as per type design 5 of Water Resources Department.

(a) size 60x15x15 cm each

(b) size 55x15x15 cm

(c) size 50x15x15 cm

2147 Fixing bed grade stones (type design 5) in

1:3:6 cement concrete with 40mm graded metal including excavation (all types of soil), orientation of stone along centre line and top of concrete in flush with designed bed level, curing etc. complete.

2148 Labour only for item 2147 each each

77.00

67.00

62.00 each 526.00 each 2.00 R

Drawing enclosed vide

Appendix XI

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Item No. Item

2149 Providing 90cm thick hand packed pitching with 50% of the individual stones of 45cm depth including laying finishing etc. but excluding slope cutting of embankment-

2150 Labour only for item 2149 (a) & (b)

Unit

sqm

Rate

773.00 sqm 188.00

2151 Providing and placing in position porous concrete (1 cement : 4 metal of maximum size 40mm) drains, including all lifts, shuttering, curing, cleaning during construction, etc. complete in all respect. cum 2529.00 m 2476.00 2152 (a) Providing and fixing in position 1mm thick and 355mm wide annealed copper sealing strips in construction joints, including bending to specified shape and providing butt joints- with overlap of 50mm and 10mm dia M.S. anchor rods of 600mm length at 900mm centre to centre alternately on both sides, Including welding and brazing of anchor bars and joints, etc., complete in all respect.

(b) Providing and fixing in position PVC water joints 225 mm wide (type 104) embedded in RCC works in expansion joints with heat sealed joints etc. complete in all respect. m 1973.00

2153 Dewatering and pumping of the working area including all connected operations of laying of pipe line, removal of all seepage and other operations required for maintaining cleanliness for construction work-

(a) Measured in terms of electric energy consumed.

KWH 26.00

(b) By diesel pumps-

(i) Up to 5 HP

(ii) More than 5HP to 10HP

(iii) More than 10HP to 20HP

(iv) More than 20HP to 30HP

(v) More than 30 HP to 40 HP

2154 Preparation of old surface of concrete after a lapse of 3 months or more for laying fresh concrete by chiseling, sand blasting, etc. complete (compressed air and water under pressure to be provided by the department).

hour 106.00 hour hour hour hour sqm

168.00

292.00

417.00

479.00

79.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item

2155 Preparation of old surface of masonry mortar joints after a lapse of 3 months or more for laying fresh masonry by chiseling, sand blasting etc. complete (compressed air and water under pressure to be provided by the department.

2156 Providing and application of cement sand slurry 1:2 on old concrete surface, average thickness 12.5mm (10kg cement).

Unit

sqm sqm

2157 Providing and application of neat cement slurry on foundation of old masonry, average thickness 6 mm (6.5 kg cement).

2158 Labour only for laying 25cm dia perforated cement concrete pipes in position, including lowering into trenches and packing joints with gravel so as to keep the gap constant around pipes.

2159 (a) Earthwork or bunds in hearting or casing with approved soil by means of heavy earth moving machinery including 0.5km lead and all lifts. sqm m cum

Rate

36.00

98.00

67.00

67.00

Remarks

(b) Add for lead charges beyond 0.5Km

2160 M25 RCC diaphragm wall with graded aggregate of maximum size 20mm excavating trench, reinforcement, grouting of joints, performance of all test and trimming top 0.50m including cost of all operations with all lead and lift, etc. complete in all respect (40kg steel).

(a)up tp 6.00m depth

(b) above 6.00m depth

2161 Compaction of sand filter -

(a) By vibrator rammers

(b) By vibratory plate compactors

2162 Labour only for weaving G.I. Wire Crates

(double knots) (for pitching)-

(a) 100mm mesh

(b) 150 mm mesh cum sqm sqm

190.00 Only for comparison of cost of work done by E&M

Organisation

As per item

2902

As per rate analysis cum 14964.00 cum 19019.00 cum cum

11.00

8.00

14.00

9.00

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Item No. Item Unit

2163 Placing woven G.I. wire crates and packing pitching stones in them

2164 Providing 40mm thick plaster for contraction joints with cement, mortar of strength 0.5

N/Sq. mm including all lifts, scaffolding, curing and cleaning etc. complete.

2165 Providing and fixing in position ERW M.S. pipes of 30cm internal dia and 5 mm thickness (IS 3589-1966) for air vent in masonry dam including all lead and lift fitting complete.

2166 Providing and placing dumped rip-rap with

50% individual stones of 0.05 cum (130kg) including laying finishing etc. but excluding cutting of embankment. sqm sqm m cum

2167 Providing 45 cm thick hand-packed stone pitching in two layers with 50% of the individual stones of 22.5 cm depth including laying finishing etc. but excluding slope cutting of embankment.

2168 Providing and fixing 25 mm diameter steel high yield strength deformed anchor bars in minimum 40 mm dia. holes in all formations of rock/ concrete including necessary anchoring arrangements, Grouting with cement grout complete as per specification. sqm

RM

2169 (a) Reaming of existing 200mm dia. Porous concrete holes in the galleys of dam with under ground core drilling machine (air motor operated) with T.C. bit including cost and conveyance of all materials, labour charges, mobilization of required machinery, shifting and erection of machines from one hole to another complete.

RM

(b)Washing of porous concrete holes of any size in galleries of dam with under ground without reaming including cost and conveyance of all materials, labour charges, mobilization of required machinery, shifting and erection of machines from one hole to another complete.

RM

Rate

77.00

259.00

3064.00

608.00

384.00

622.00

Thickness to be fixed as per design.

675.00

Remarks

Approx. mix 1:4

1728.00 As per rate analysis.

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CHAPTER 22 – DRILLING AND GROUTING

Notes:-

1. Rates include all lead and lift for all materials.

2. The rates for drilling are inclusive of cost of taking out cores, logging, labelling and preservation of cores, maintained in serial order and painting depths on cores and on the core box, and protection of drill holes till final measurements.

3. All items where use of water is required are inclusive or water charges and Air charges and no separate payment is to be made for.

4. Rates for drilling are inclusive of taking out relatively undisturbed sample (penetration samples) in soil.

5. Rates for drilling are exclusive of the cost of special washing and conducting percolation tests.

6. When casing pipes are to be left permanently in the holes, rate for drilling shall be inclusive of labour for fixing casing pipes, but exclusive of the cost of casing pipes.

7. The rates for drilling are inclusive of all charges for fixing casing pipes, to the extent necessary and taking out the same after final measurement.

8. Measurements- (a) The linear dimensions shall be measured correct to the nearest

0.01 m. The area shall be worked out in sqm correct to two places of decimal and cubical contents in cum correct to two places of decimal.

(b) The measurement for all types of grouting shall be made on the basis of cement in the grout actually forced into the holes.

(c) The method of recording, the details of grouting operation and determining the quantity of grout consumed may be adopted as under

(i) For measurement of the quantity of grout injected in each hole, a grout history sheet on proforma given below shall be recorded giving grout intake per minute, viscosity of grout mix in form of solids and water ratio, pressure of injection, time of pumping in water for lubrication, event of blowing of grout, to keep the grouting system alive. In addition, various other points of importance observed during the operation of grouting are recorded for every 5-10 minutes intervals and thus the grout history sheet when plotted as shown in Fig.1 shall depict the exact amount of grout injected.

Actually this graph from the grout history sheet should be plotted and form the basis of measurement and payment on actual basis and to depict the factual amount of grout injected. The area under the curve shall represent the quantity of grout actually injected. A register shall be maintained of 100 such sheets. Each sheet shall be machine numbered on both sides.

(ii) Recording of the surface leakage, if any, shall be made in the remark column of the grout history sheet showing the location. The leakage should be immediately stopped by reducing the pressure and caulking suitably. The grout should not be allowed to leak more than 5 percent by visual judgement.

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(iii) Measurement of cement, blown off and circulated in the grout lines, shall be separately recorded in mass of cement actually used for purposes of accounting the cement actually used for the enabling works.

(iv) In case of stage grouting of the hole, cement grouted in each stage shall be summed up.

TIME IN MINUTES/HOURS

Note: Area under curve “Grout intake (Liters/Minute)Vs time” also include the amount of grout blown off in case grout intake (Liter/Minute)Vs time plot accounts for blowing off. n1 n2 n3 = Solid

FIGURE – 1 GRAPH FROM GROUT HISTROY SHEET

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Typical Proforma for Grout History Sheet

Date : 16-12-1989

Sl.

No.

Feature and

RD. of hold

Hole No. Depth

Drilled Consistency of Remarks about consumpt ion

The type of

Leakage

Use Specified

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Consolidation (Water

Grouting of

Concrete

Dam.

1 100.00m Fg- 3.0m Descending

Stage

1.5 kg/cm

2 cement ration by

Vol.)

3/4 kg/cm

2

10:1

(Packer) kg/cm

2 kg/cm

2 kg/cm

2 kg/cm

2 kg/cm

2 kg/cm

2 kg/cm

2 kg/cm

2 kg/cm

2 kg/cm

2

8.45AM 20L/min

8.50AM 10L/min

9.00AM 5L/min

9.30AM Nil.

9.40AM Nil.

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9. The following Indian Standards may also be referred to

I.S.No. Title

4078-1980 Code of practice for indexing and storage drill cores (first revision). (Re

2000)

4464-1985 Code of practice for Presentation of drilling information and core

4999-1991

5541-1970 description in foundation investigation. Re 2000

Recommendations for grouting of previous soils. Re 1999

Pneumatic portable drilling machine (with amendment No.1) Re 1998

6066-1994 Recommendations for pressure grouting of rock foundations in river valley projects. Re 2004

6926-1996 Code of practice for diamond drilling for site investigation for river valley projects. Re 2006

Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

2201 (a) Transportation of drilling equipment from place of location to work site and from work site to place of location.

(b) Departmental shifting of drilling equipment from workshop to worksite and worksite to workshop-

(i) Loading into truck job 26705.00 job 2102.00

Item 2201(b) is for departmental execution

(ii) Unloading from truck

(iii) Truck charges (distance counted from workshop to worksite).

2202 Shifting drilling equipment from one drill hole to another

2203 Drilling approximately 75mm dia. vertical holes by calyx or any other rotary process

(except diamond drilling) complete.

(a) In all strata other than rock m

(b) In all strata like masonry, concrete, rock or similar formation of very hard conglomerate. m

2204 Drilling by diamond drilling, holes of minimum 75mm dia. vertical or at specified inclination with double tube core barrel in masonry, concrete or rock- job 2102.00 km

Fixed by S.E.

E/M

As per chapter no. 29 job 2102.00 Payable for exploratory drilling work only

1581.00

2371.00

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Item No. Item

to 10

0

vertically downwards

(b) Exceeding 10

0

but not exceeding 45

0 vertically downwards.

0

vertically upwards

(d) Up to but not including 45

0

to the horizontal.

2205 Drilling by diamond drilling, holes of less than 75mm dia. vertical or at specified inclination with double tube core barrel in masonry, concrete or rock-

to 10

0

vertically downwards

(b) Exceeding 10

0

but not exceeding 45

0 vertically downwards

0

vertically upwards

(d) Up to but not including 45

0

to the horizontal.

2206 Drilling 35mm dia holes in rock by jack hammer up to 6m.

2207 Drilling 50 mm dia holes in rock or depth exceeding 6m by wagon drill.

2208 Wet percussion drilling 35 to 75mm dia. holes in open space for grouting or anchor etc., vertical or at specified inclination, in masonry, concrete or rock including flushing and routine washing of

Holes up to 30 minutes -

to 10

0

vertically downwards

(b) Exceeding 10

0

but not exceeding 45

0 vertically downwards.

0

vertically upwards

(d) Up to but not including 45

0

to the horizontal

2209 Wet percussion drilling 35 to 75mm dia holes in drainage gallery, for grouting or anchor etc., vertical or at specified inclination, in masonry concrete or rock including flushing and routine washing of holes up to 30 minutes.

(a) Exceeding 10

0

but not exceeding 45

0 vertically downwards.

to 45

0 vertically upwards

Unit

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

Rate

7113.00

7824.00

9958.00

8535.00

6401.00

7042.00

7298.00

7682.00

359.00

813.00

1755.00

1931.00

2457.00

2106.00

2340.00

2516.00

3218.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item

(c) Up to but not including 45

0

to the horizontal.

Unit

m

Rate

2750.00

2210 Conducting percolation test in the drill holes at the desired pressure, Including water supply arrangements and necessary accessories etc. complete -

(a) Up to 10m depth each 497.00

Remarks

(b) Beyond 10m depth for every addition at

10m depth or part thereof. each 99.00 Add in item no.2210(a)

2211 Conducting standard penetration test in the bore holes at every 1.5m interval from the desired elevation including cost of all accessories and arranging of cores from depths as obtained

(a) Up to 10m depth

(b) Beyond 10m depth for every addition at

10m depth or part thereof. each

597.00 each

119.00

Add in item

2212 Redrilling (wet percussion) set or partially set grout holes for items no. 2208 and 2209 m

439.00

2211(a)

488.00

2213 Special washing of holes, including cleaning, flushing and all related incidental works, etc., complete. per hour

14859.00

2214 Grouting of 35 to 50mm dia. holes with cement grout mix, at required pressure, including cost of cement and maintenance of all technical records, incidental works, materials complete. per tonne of cement

2215 Providing and fixing black steel casing pipe including cutting, threading, etc., complete-

(a) 50 mm dia m 497.00

(b) 64 mm dia

(c) 80mm dia m m

597.00

796.00

(d) 100 mm dia m 1193.00

2216 Providing and installing metal tubing, brass, steel, cast Iron fittings and valves

2218 Extra rate for providing wooden core boxes of suitable size for preserving m length of core. kg 269.00

2217 Supplying and installation of foundation displacement indicator complete. each 9945.00 each 1492.00 Payable for exploratory drilling work only

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CHAPTER 23 – TUNNELS

Notes:-

1. Rates are inclusive of all underground lead and lift and inclusive of ground lead up to

100m only and all lifts for all materials for complete items unless otherwise specified.

2. Excavation- (a) All the open cut excavation shall be measured and paid as per

Chapter4 – “Excavation and Earthwork”.

(b) Sectional measurement shall normally be taken. Only in exceptional cases, where sectional measurements are not possible, the payment f rock excavation may be done by stack measurements in which case 40% deduction shall be made from the gross quantities to make allowance for voids.

(c) The rates include dressing to the extent necessary for a particular item of work.

(d) The payment for excavation shall be done as per pay line indicated in the drawing.

(e) The payment for over break beyond pay line if beyond human control shall be-

(i) 50% for excavation items; and

(ii) 80% for concrete items.

3. Iron work- The rates include all labour and material that go into finished product such as-

(a) Drilling, punching, fitting, cutting, bending, forging etc.,

(b) All bolts, nuts, washer, plate, screws, rivets, cleats, wedges etc.

(c) Fabrication, erection, finishing and fixing in position.

4. The rates given under this chapter are for work inside the tunnel, shaft and adit.

5. Measurements- (a) Linear dimensions shall be measured to the nearest 0.01m, the area shall be worked out to the nearest 0.01 sqm and cubical contents to the nearest

0.01cum.

(b) The measurement of permanent supports shall be done by weight, in kg which shall include the total weight of steel sections including the logging, if any butt plates, feather plates, bolts and nuts and tie rods.

(c) No deduction shall be made for the volume of the reinforcement, but the volume of permanent steel supports where provided shall be deducted from the total volume of concrete lining.

6. The following Indian Standards may be referred to:-

I.S.No. Title

4756-1978

4880

4880(Pt1)-1987

4880 (Pt II)-1976

Safety Code for tunneling work (first revision) (Re 2007)

Code of practice for design of tunnels conveying water-

General design (Re 1999)

Geometric design (first revision) (Re 2000)

4880 (Pt III)- 1976 Hydraulic design (first revision) (Re 2000)

4880 (Pt IV)-1971

4880 (Pt V)- 1972

Structural design of concrete lining in rock (Re 2000)

Structural design of concrete lining in soft strata and soils.

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4880 (Pt VI)-1971 Tunnel supports (Re 2000)

4880 (Pt VII)-1975 Structural design of steel lining (Re 2000)

5878 Code of practice for construction of tunnels-

5878(Pt 1)-1971

5878 (Pt II/Sec 1)-

1970

5878 (Pt II/Sec 2)-

1971

5878 (Pt II/Sec 3)-

1971

Precision survey and setting out (Re 2000)

Underground excavation in rock, section 1-Drilling and blasting. (Re 2000)

Underground excavation in rock, section 2-Ventilation, lighting mucking and dewatering. (Re 2000)

Underground excavation in rock section 3 – Tunneling method for steeply inclined tunnels, shafts and underground power

5878 (Pt III)-1972 houses. (Re 2000)

Underground excavation in soft strata (Re 2000)

5878 (Pt IV)- 1971 Tunnel supports (Re 2000)

5878 (Pt V)-1976 Concrete lining (first revision) (Re 2000)

5878 (Pt VI)- 1975 Steel lining (Re 2000)

5878 (Pt VII)- 1972 Grouting (Re 2000)

Guniting equipment (Re 2005)

Item No.

6433-1972

Item Unit Rate Remarks

2301 (a) Driving tunnel and shafts in all types of rock not requiring permanent supports, including, drilling blasting, mucking the excavated stuff, including ventilation and lighting arrangements, disposing off the same as directed including all underground leads and 100m ground lead with all lifts-

(i) For tunnel and shaft up to pay line

(ii) For authorised tunnel enlargement and recess in tunnel.

(b) Driving tunnel and shafts in all types of soil and rock requiring permanent supports, including drilling, blasting, mucking the excavated stuff including ventilation and lighting arrangements, disposing off the same as directed including all underground leads and 100m ground lead with all lifts-

(i) For tunnel and shaft up to play line

(ii) For authrised tunnel enlargements and recess in tunnel. cum cum cum cum

1474.00

1770.00

2350.00

2836.00

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

2302 Providing and fixing permanent steel supports for tunnel and shafts in position including hoisting fabrication, packing supporting, bolting and all leads and lifts etc., complete. tonne 72466.00

2303 Guniting the rock surface with 25mm thick layer of 1:3 cement sand mixture including wastage, dressing, finishing, preparation of surface etc., complete. sqm 364.00 m 944.00 2304 Drilling 35mm to 40mm holes in rock and providing and fixing steel rock bolts 25mm dia., with necessary threading, splitting nuts, washers and bearing plates of 20cm x

20cm x 10mm etc. complete as per specifications.

2305 Drilling 35mm to 40mm holes in rock for perfo bolts and providing and fixing perfo tubes and filling, grout/motar including providing and driving steel bolts 20 to

25mm dia etc., complete. sqm

1040.00 m

2066.00

2306 Drilling 35mm to 75mm dia holes inside the tunnel/adit/shaft by percussion method with integral drill steel up to 4m depth for consolidation grouting and deep anchors etc. vertical or inclined in masonry, concrete or rock including labour, maintenance of records, flushing and routine washing of holes up to 30 minutes including- electric charges, haulage, ventilation, lifting, carriage charges etc., complete.

4458.00 2307 Drilling drainage and core test holes inside the tunne /adit /shaft by diamond drilling of

75 mm dia vertical or specified inclination with double tube core barrel including logging, labelling and boxing etc., of cores up to 10m depth complete.

2308 Providing and fixing black grout pipes

50mm dia cutting, fabrication and material etc., complete. m m

2309 (a) Grouting of 35mm to 40mm holes with cement grout mix at required pressure including cost of cement and maintaining of all technical records, incidental work and material complete as per specifications. per bag of 50kg cement

476.00

1214.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit

(b) Extra for providing and placing sand or stone dust during grouting complete as per specifications. per cum of sand of stone dust

2310 Providing and placing in position RCC sleepers, slips between flanges of steel ribs as forms for initial lining, precast in M15 concrete with graded metal of maximum size 12.5mm and slump 50mm to 75mm excluding cost of reinforcement but including cost of formwork, vibration, finishing and curing etc., inclusive of all operations connected with the work complete. cum

2311 Providing and placing in position M 10 cement concrete with graded metal of maximum size 40mm and slump 50 to 100 mm complete-

(a) For initial lining of tunnel behind sleepers

(b) For lining of shaft including shuttering cum cum

2312 Providing and placing in position M 15 cement concrete for final lining of tunnel with graded metal of maximum size 40mm and slump 50mm to 100mm including centering, shuttering vibration, finishing, curing, cleaning complete.

2313 Providing and fixing temporary supports, of more than 75mm dia teak wood ballies, inside tunnel including blocking etc., complete. cum m

2314 Dewatering and pumping of the working area in the tunnel including all connected operations of laying of pipeline, removal of all seepage and other operations required for maintaining cleanliness for construction work.

Kwh

Rate

9980.00

7222.00

5794.00

6182.00

7492.00

44.00

26.00

Remarks

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CHAPTER 24 – SPECIAL ITEMS OF

CANAL STRUCTURES AND BRIDGES

Notes :-

1. Rates include 100-m lead and all lifts for all materials for all items unless otherwise specified.

2. The rates include, unless otherwise stated, where necessary, conveyance and delivery, handling, unloading, storing, fabrication, hoisting, all labour for finishing to required shape and size, setting, fitting and fixing in position.

3. Though separate rate for centering, shuttering and form work has been specified in respect of this chapter, however in principle all the rates given in this chapter are inclusive of formwork..

4. In case of canal structures (or bridges) on well or pile foundations the following definitions shall apply:-

(a) Foundations- All works below ground level or low water level, whichever is higher, but not above soffit level shall be termed as foundation.

(b) Sub-structure- The part of the bridge (or canal structure) below soffitt level of the deck slab/beam but above the foundation level as defined in (a) above, shall be taken as sub-structure of the bridge (or canal structure) part.

(c) Superstructure:- The work above soffit level for deck slabs/beams including centering and shuttering (formwork) required for the superstructure , Krebs, railings expansion joints, beams, slabs, etc., shall be termed as superstructure of the bridge (or canal structure) part.

5. The rates for well sinking given in item 2409 include the cost of diversion channel, islands, if required to be done for laying the cutting edge and Krebs and staining. Tilt and shift in well in its final well position shall not be more than 1/60 and 15cm respectively The rates also include the cost of rectification of tilt and shift in excess of

1/60 and 15 cms respectively.

6. The rates of well sinking given in item 2409 are the complete rates for well sinking operation, which may be carried out by either mechanical dredging, chiselling, sinking with or without dewatering , and with or without coffer damming, etc., or by manual dredging and dewatering of the well.

7. The ‘H’ type R.C.C. railing given in item 2447 shall be provided as per drawing No.4

CDO/STD, contained in E-in-C Technical. Circular No. 78-185-CDO-78, dated 17-1-

1978 (Typical drawings of precast components of canal structures).

8. The bearings shall conform to section No. 2000 of “Specifications for road and bridge works (first revision) of Ministry of shipping and Transport (Roads wing)”

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9. Measurement – (a) Concrete in well steining shall be measured by multiplying the cross sectional area of the steining by the height of the steining as actually cast.

(b) Measurement for the reinforcement and other steel items shall be made as specified in chapter13 Steel and Iron-work.

(c) Measurement for the R.C.C. shall be made as specified in chapter 16-R.C.C. and

Form-work.

(d) Cement concrete in piles shall be measured in cum, arrived at by multiplying the cross sectional area of the pile by the length of the pile as cast from the head of the pile to the tip of shoes.

(e) The filling in the well shall be measured on the cross-sectional area of the dredge hole multiplied by the height of the fill.

10. The following Indian Standards and Indian Road Congress publications may be referred to :-

I.S.No. Title

458-2003

783-1985

1322-1993

1343-1980

1838-1961 Part II

2911-

Concrete pipes (with or without reinforcements) (fourth revision)

Code of practice for laying of concrete pipes (Re 2007)

Bitumen felts for water proofing and damp proofing (second revision) (with amendment Nos. 1 and 2) (Re 2003)

Code of practice for prestressed concrete (with amendment

Nos.1 and 2). (Re 2004)

Preformed fillers for expansion joints in concrete nonextruding and resilient type (bitumen impregnated fiber). (Re

2000)

Code of practice for design and construction of pile foundations-

Concrete piles, section 1, Driven cast in-situ concrete piles

(first revision). (Re 2002)

2911 (part I/sec.1)-

1979

2911 (Part 1/Sec.2)-

1979

2911 (part 1/Sec. 3)-

1979

2911 (part IV)-1979

3955-1967

Concrete piles, section 2, Bored cast- in situ piles (first revision). (Re 2002)

Concrete piles, section 3, driven precast concrete piles

(First revision) (Re 2002)

5121-1969

6003-1983

6006-1983

6426-1972

6427-1972

Load test on piles. (Re 2002)

Code of practice for design and construction of well foundations (with amendment No.1) .

Safety code for piling and other deep foundations (Re 2005)

Indented wire for prestressed concrete (with amendment

Nos. 1 and 2). (Re 2003)

Uncoated stress relieved strand for prestressed concrete

(with amendment Nos.1 and 2). (Re 2003)

Pile driving hammer. (Re 2005)

Glossary of terms relating to pile driving equipment. (Re

2005)

191

6428-1972

6751-1972

7623-1993

IRC-21-2000

IRC-45-1972

Pile frame (Re 2005)

Aluminum alloy casting and strips for bearing (Re 1999)

Lithium soap greases (Re 2006)

Standard specification and code of practice for Road

Bridges (section-(iii) cement concrete (Plain and reinforced).

Recommendations for estimating the resistance of soil below the maximum scour level in the design of well foundation of bridges.

Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

GENERAL ITEM-

2401 Carrying out load test on foundation of wells, including preparing for necessary one tonne loading platform, loading bags or pigs etc., load unloading, arrangement recording, depositing the materials as directed etc., complete.

Foundations:-

625.00

2402 Providing and filling in foundations cement concrete 1:2:4 with graded metal of maximum size 40mm, laid under water in open foundation pits by skip boxes or tremie pipes including ramming, leveling, etc., complete with 10 percent extra cement. cum 3188.00

2403 Labour only form item 2402 cum 638.00

2404 Providing, fabricating, launching and tonne 83055.00 grounding in position, floating steel curbs wells and steining for wells including necessary bracing, cutting, edges including all necessary plants etc., complete.

2405 Filling in the hollow of the steel floating curbs and steining with 1:2:4 cement concrete mix, with graded metal of maximum size 20mm, including vibrating, curing, etc. complete. cum 3186.00

2406 Providing, fabricating and setting out steel well cutting edges of R.C.C. well curb including timber planking, leveling, etc., complete. tonne 71190.00

2407 Providing and casting insitu cement concrete for R.C.C. work for well curbs, piles, well caps, steining including laying, vibrating curing etc. with graded metal of maximum size 20mm (excluding cost of reinforcement and form work)

192

Item No.

(a) M-15 concrete

(b) M-20 concrete

Item

2408 Labour only for-2407 (a) & (b)

2409 Sinking of wells for foundation to levels as per drawing including dredging, dewatering and drop chiseling as may be necessary, including sinking by loading with necessary,

Kent ledges and other usual means for the type of work including all the plant and machinery etc; complete in all kinds of soils and removal of boulders or tree trunks up to

0.03 cum average volume except sinking in rock and removal of boulders more than

0.03 cum volumes, etc. Complete:-

(a) up to 3m depth

(b) Add for each 3m extra depth beyond 3m up to 24m depth

(c) Beyond 24 m depth.

Unit

cum

Rate

3186.00 cum 3689.00 cum cum cum

616.00

1206.00

530.00

Remarks

the top of cutting edge angle to bottom of well cap or L.W.L. which ever is lower. cum 5613.00

2410

2411

Same as in item 2409 but sinking of wells in soil above L.W.L.

Sinking wells as in Item 2409 but in soft or hard rock. cum 603.00 Measurement will be taken form L.W.L. to bottom of well cap or round level which ever is lower. cum 200% extra over item 2409 cum 13778.00 2412 (a) Providing minimum 30 cm deep sump well in hard in well foundation.

(b) Providing minimum 60cm deep sump well in soft rock in well foundation. cum 8267.00

2413 Providing and fixing 25mm dia, 1.5m deep in rock and 1.5 m above rock, mild steel dowel bars in open foundations including drilling 65mm dia bore holes in rock and grouting including necessary bending, hooking, tying reinforcement in position, cement mortar etc., complete per bar 1081.00

2414 Labour only for item 2413 per bar 155.00

2415 Same as item 2413 but inside well per bar 2496.00 foundation in bottom plug.

2416 Labour only for item 2415 per bar 291.00

193

Item No. Item

2417 Providing and laying underwater cement concrete 1:2:4 mix, with 40mm graded metal, for bottom plug for wells, in open or by tremie pipe or skip boxes including ramming, curing, etc., complete with 10 percent extra cement.

2418 Labour only for item 2417

Unit

cum

Rate

3940.00 cum 1121.00

2419 Providing and filling in wells, in between the top and bottom plugs with available good sand, including compacting by suitable methods etc. complete.

2420 Driving or boring R.C.C. piles of the specified design as per detailed drawings for foundations to required levels, including all necessary plants and machinery for the type of work involved cutting and load testing as per specifications and any other protection work for bores if required etc., complete (excluding cost of reinforcement)-

(a) Up to 6m depth per cum volume of the pile

(b) Add for each meter extra depth below

6m. Sub-structure :- cum cum cum

328.00

5665.00

567.00

2421 Providing and cast in-situ, cement concrete for R.C.C. cork in sub-structure, including laying, vibrating, curing and finishing etc., complete, with graded metal of maximum size of 20mm (excluding cost of reinforcement and form work)-

(a) M-15 concrete cum 2897.00

(b) M-20 concrete

(b) 1:2:4 concrete cum 3353.00

2422 Labour only for item -2421(a) & (b)

2423 Providing cement concrete cast in-situ for piers, abutments returns/wings including providing V-shape false joints to form suitable panels in exposed faces to approved design including laying, vibrating, curing, finishing etc complete, with graded metal of maximum size 40mm (excluding cost of form work)

(a) 1:3:6 concrete cum 474.00 cum 2327.00 cum 2869.00

Remarks

194

Item No. Item

2424 Extra rate for every additional 3m height or part thereof above well cap (for items 2421

& 2423).

2425 Providing and fixing cast steel roller or rocker bearing as per approved design including with machined surface, testing etc.

2426 Providing and fixing mild steel roller or rocker bearing or plate bearing as per approved design.

2427 Providing and fixing copper alloy (70:50:20) plate bearings as per approved design.

2428 Providing and fixing stainless steel plate bearing (stainless steel 18:8 specification)

2429 Labour only for item 2425 to 2428

(b) 150 mm dia

Unit

cum kg kg kg kg m

Rate

77.00

195.00

104.00

692.00

692.00 kg 14.00

2430 Providing R.C.C. roller and rocker bearing,

R.C.C. hinges as per approved design excluding lead sheet, but including reinforcement, form-work etc. complete.

2431 Cost of item 2430 excluding cost of steel cum 25844.00 cum 4627.00

136.00 2432 Providing and fixing lead sheets for R.C.C. bearings.

2433 Providing elastomeric bearings such as restrained neoprene bearings or any other type with mild steel plates or shims, manufactured as per specifications given in the approved design of the bearings, including-packing, fixing with adhesives as specified in the design etc. complete. kg cubic centi meter

2434 Providing and fixing A.C. pipe with grating for weep holes in abutments, wing walls and return walls-

(a) 100 mm dia m 182.00

254.00

Remarks

1.50

2435 Providing and fixing in position grease boxes of approved design for the bearings

(excluding the cost of grease).

2436 Providing and filling in the grease boxes kg 100.00 kg 141.00

2437 Providing and fixing in position, 12mm thick premoulded fillers non-extruding and resilient type (bitumen-impregnated fiber),

IS:1838-1961, on the pier cap including cleaning of surface etc complete. sqm 1942.00

195

Item No. Item

2438 Providing and fixing in position Hessian base bitumen felts 2.23 kg per sqm type 3 grade-I, IS: 1322-1970. Below bearing or

R.C.C. slabs over abutment and pier etc., complete.

Super-structure :-

Unit

sqm

Rate

828.00

2439 Providing and casting in-situ, controlled concrete for R.C.C. and prestressed concrete work including weigh batching, ramming, vibrating, finishing, curing, cleaning etc. complete (excluding cost of reinforcement and formwork)-

(a) M-15 concrete cum 3564.00

(b) M-20 concrete

(c) M-25 concrete

(d) M-30 concrete

(e) M-35 concrete cum cum cum cum

4085.00

4646.00

4878.00

5122.00

(f) M-40 concrete

(g) M-45 concrete cum 5378.00 cum 5647.00

2440 Labour only for item 2439

(b) 1:1.5:3 concrete cum 709.00

2441 Providing and fixing in position, to exact profile and prestressing high tensile steel of specified ultimate strength, including bending, cutting, tying and providing tonne 132469.00 anchorage, sheathing materials, cable ducts etc, complete as per detailed drawings.

2442 Same as above but excluding cost of high tensile steel. tonne 58969.00

2443 Providing and laying in position cement concrete with graded metal of maximum size 20mm for 75mm thick (average) wearing coat over bridge slabs, laid in alternate panels to the required camber, including formwork, tamping, vibration, finishing, curing etc. complete including cleaning R.C.C. surface and applying cement slurry (2kg per sqm) before laying concrete-

(a) 1:2:4 concrete cum 3993.00 cum 4514.00

Remarks

196

Item No. Item Unit Rate

2444 Providing and laying in-situ cement concrete for R.C.C. work including curing, finishing etc. complete with graded metal of maximum size 40mm (excluding cost of reinforcement and form work)-

(a) 1:2:4 concrete cum 2897.00

(b) 1:1.5:3 concrete

2445 Labour only for item 2444 cum 3353.00 cum 474.00

2446 Providing structural steel work for the super structure of bridges including cutting, riveting, bolting or welding as per the approved design including hoisting in position etc. complete. tonne 64368.00 m 1187.00 2447 Providing and fixing in position 76.5cm high

H type 1:2:4 RCC railing with graded metal of maximum size 12.5 mm over kerbs consisting of 74.5x28x6.5cm precast panels

15x11cm precast hand rails, 81.5x20x20 cm pillars as per approved drawing including vibration, finishing, curing, handling and hoisting etc. complete including cost of form work and reinforcement.

2448 Cost of item 2447 excluding the cost of steel. m 761.00 m 1197.00 2449 Providing and fixing in position 1m high pipe railing with 3 rows of 40mm G.I. pipes and R.S.J. posts ([email protected]/m) as per approved drawing No.T/SH/9-A (E-in-C,

P.W.D.) including 3 coats of painting etc. complete.

2450 Providing and fixing in position 0.9m high collapsible railing as per approved drawing

No. T/SH-8 (E-in-C, P.W.D.) including 3 coats of painting etc. complete. m 1347.00

2451 Providing 150mm, dia cast iron pipes for water pouts, including fixing in position and providing and fixing necessary cast iron grating, etc. complete, as per approved design.

(a) Up to 30cm length each 552.00

(b) For additional length per centimeter cm 9.00

Remarks

197

Item No. Item

2452 Providing 150mm dia A.C. pipe for water spouts, including fixing in position and providing and fixing necessary cast iron grating, etc. complete-

(a) Up to 30cm length

(b) For additional length per centimeter

Unit

each cm

Rate Remarks

256.00

2.00

2453 Providing and laying in position cement concrete with graded metal of maximum size 40mm for in situ concrete blocks in drainage bed, laid alternately, including form work, vibration, tamping, finishing, curing cleaning of joints etc., complete-

(b) 1:3:6 concrete cum 2847.00

2454 Providing and fixing in position 12mm thick premoulded fillers non extruding and resilient type (bitumen impregnated fiber,

I.S.1838-1961), in expansion joints including cleaning of surface etc. complete. sqm 1610.00

2455 Providing and laying in position cement concrete with graded metal of maximum size 20mm for coping over walls, laid in alternate panels of 1.5m, including form work, tamping, vibration, finishing, curing, cleaning etc. complete -

(a) 1:2:4 concrete

(b) 1:3:6 concrete cum 3799.00 cum 3342.00

739.00 2456 Testing of one span of bridges/canal structure for deflection due to live load with platform for loading arrangement, apparatus for measurement, including unloading etc. complete. per tonne

2457 Carrying out water tightness test of R.C.C. trough of canal aqueduct by constructing water tight walls at the entrance and exit ends of the through including filling of trough with water up to F.S.L. by pumping observing loss of head in 24 hours. And draining off of water after testing is over, including removal of wall etc. complete.

(a) first span per cum of water filled

217.00

198

Item No. Item Unit

(b) add for subsequent span

2458 Fixing in the position NP2 Hume pipes for bridges and canal structures including handling, toeing, filling the joints with filler materials and cement mortar 1:3 curing etc. complete (excluding cost of pipes & collars) per cum of water filled

(a) 80mm dia m

(b) 100 mm dia

(c) 150 mm dia

(d) 250 mm dia

(e) 300 mm dia m m m m

(f) 350 mm dia

(g) 400 mm dia

(h) 450 mm dia

(i) 500 mm dia

(j) 600 mm dia

(k) 700 mm dia

(l) 750 mm dia m m m m m m m

(m) 800 mm dia

(n) 900 mm dia

(o) 1000 mm dia

(p) 1100 mm dia

(q) 1200 mm dia

2459 Fixing in position NP3 Hume pipes for bridge or canal structure including handling, toeing, filling the joints with filler materials and cement mortar 1:3 curing etc. complete

(excluding cost of pipes)-

(a) 350 mm dia

(b) 400 mm dia

(c) 450 mm dia

(d) 500 mm dia

(e) 600 mm dia

(f) 700 mm dia m m m m m m m m m m m

Rate Remarks

108.00

65.00

66.00

66.00

69.00

91.00

115.00

136.00

164.00

181.00

229.00

277.00

303.00

324.00

349.00

410.00

453.00

501.00

147.00

172.00

199.00

228.00

291.00

362.00

199

Item No.

(g) 800 mm dia

(h) 900 mm dia

(i) 1000 mm dia

(j) 1100 mm dia

Item Unit

m m m m

Rate

420.00

446.00

524.00

573.00

Remarks

(k) 1200 mm dia m 656.00

2460 Guiniting concrete surface with cement mortor applied with compressor after cleaning surface and spraying with apoxy complete as per technical specification sqm 1853.00

2461 Rectification of bearing as per technical specification including lifting of super structure by jacking up from below that is by placing the jacks on pier/abutment. each 10755.00

2462 Providing strip seal type of expansion Joint complete as per drawing and specification as per clause 2607 to 2610 including acceptance testing as specified, to be installed under supervision of specialist manufacturer as per section 2600 of

M.O.R.T. & H's "standard specification for road & bridge works(fourth revision).

RM 15620.00

2463 Replacement of expansion joints complete as per drawings (Removal of old expansion joint, including replacement of broken concrete).

2464 Providing & supplying apoxy under water

(coverage area 1sqm/kg for two coat) for leak proofing epoxy including cost of all other materials with all lead & Lifts etc.

RM 2292.00 sqm 3110.00

2465 Providing structure sealing joint system

(arrow) for bridges, elevated highways, water retaining structures of all type and other engineering structures:-

(a) Providing inside of barrel/structures by model MC-1,70mm thickness inclusive of fixing of charges.

(b) Providing outside of barrel/structures by model MC-2, 50mm thickness inclusive of fixing of charges.

RM 4199.00

RM 3426.00

200

CHAPTER 25 - CANAL LINING

Notes-

1. Rates include

(a) Lead up to 100 m for all materials unless otherwise specified.

(b) Cost of all materials including cost of water.

(c) All lift for all materials.

(d) Mixing of concrete in mixer.

(e) Cost of curing.

2. Lead for flagstones shall be measured from the nearest railway station or market place whichever is nearer.

3. (a) Rates for concrete items are for metal other than black trap, basalt or granite.

(b) Blasting charges for metal used for concrete items are payable as per item 514 for the quantity required vide Appendix-1.

(c) Extra rate for use of black trap, basalt or granite for concrete items shall be payable as per item 733.

4. The LDPE film, sealing compound and primer shall bear ISI Mark in accordance with

Indian Standards Institution (Certification Marks) Act 1952.

5. The precast slabs shall be casted at suitable centralised places using table vibrator and ensuring quality control of concrete and proper curing arrangement. The flexural strength of precast slabs shall be tested in accordance with IS: 4969-1968.

6. Measurements: - (a) Dimensions shall be measured correct to the nearest cm. The area shall be calculated in sqm correct to two places of decimal and cubical contents in cum correct to two places of decimal.

(b) No deductions shall be made for the following:-

(i) Volume occupied by reinforcement; and

(ii) Opening up to 0.1 sqm in area;

7. The following Indian Standards may be referred to:-

I.S.No. Title

651-1998 Salt glazed stoneware pipes and fittings (fifth revision). (Re 2003)

1398-1982 Packing paper, water proof, bitumen laminated (first revision) (with amendments 1 to 3 ) (Reaffirmed 1994).

2505-1992 General requirement for concrete vibrators immersion type (third revision) (Re 2004)

2506-1985 Screed board vibrators. (Re 2005)

2508-1984 Low density polyethylene films (second revision). (Re 2003)

2514-1963 Concrete vibrating tables. (Re 2001)

3872-2002 Code of Practice for lining of canals with burnt clay tiles.

3873-1993 Code of Practice for laying in-situ cement concrete lining on canals

(second revision). (Re 2004)

201

4031-1991

(Part I to XV)

Methods for physical tests for hydraulic cement (First revision) (Re

2005)

4515-2002 Code of Practice for boulder lining for canals.

4558-1995 Code of Practice for under-drainage of lined canals. (Re 2006)

4575-1983 Code of Practice for design of cross-section of lined canals (with amendments 1&2 ) (Re 2005)

4926-2003 Specification for ready mixed concrete (IInd Revision)

5256-1992 Code of practice for sealing joints in concrete lining on canals. (Re

2003)

5690-1982 Guide for laying combination lining for existing unlined canals (with amendment No.1). (Re 2004)

5889-1994 Vibratory plate compactor (with amendment No.1) (Re 2005)

7245-1974 Specification for concrete pavers. (Re 2001)

7246-1974 Recommendations for use of table vibrators for consolidating concrete. (Re 2004)

9013-1978 Methods for making, curing & determining compressive strength of accelerated cured concrete test specimens. (Re 2004)

9451-1980 Guide lines for lining of canals in expansive soils. (Re 2004)

9698-1995 Code of practice for lining of canals with low density polyethylene film. (Re 2001)

10430-2000 Criteria for design of Lined canals and Guidance for selection of type of lining (Reaffirmed 2004)

10646-1991 Method of test for determining flexural strength of pre-cast cement concrete slabs for canal lining. (Reaffirmed 2004)

12379-1988 Code of practice for lining in water courses and field channels.

(Reaffirmed 2003)

13143-1991 Specification on joints in concrete lining of canals-sealing compounds.

(Reaffirmed 2004)

15351-2003 Textiles-laminated high density polyethylene (HDPE) fabric for canal lining

Item No. Item Unit Rate

2501 Excavation in different types of soil and rocks in canal bed and side slopes for lining, sleepers, coping and under drainage arrangement including dressing to the profile and disposal or excavated material with 50m lead and 1.5m lift. cum

2502 Tamping in canal bed and sides including saturation up to 30cm depth for preparation of earthen sub-grade before laying in-situ cement concrete lining. sqm

2503 (a) Providing and laying free draining sand below lining in canal bed and side slopes including compaction as per specification. cum

10% above the rates given in chapter 4

14.00

113.00

Remarks

202

Item No. Item Unit Rate

(b) Providing and laying filter materials for drains consisting of sand and gravel of nominal size 10mm, 20mm and 40mm.

2504 Providing and fixing in position 15cm dia salt glazed stone ware pipes IS:651-1980 grade AA with open joints in longitudinal drain below lining. cum m

303.00

220.00

2505 Providing and laying bitumen laminated waterproof paper I.S.:1398-1982 (Type1) over top of drains and sand surface before laying in-situ cement concrete lining. sqm 19.00

2506 Providing and fixing in position R.C.C. cylindrical boxes and covers at outlet in longitudinal drains I.S.:4558-1968 precast cement concrete 1:2:4 with 12.5mm graded stone ballast excluding cost of reinforcement but including form work, vibration, finishing, curing etc., complete. cum 3995.00

2507 (A)Providing and placing in position cement concrete 1:3:6 with 40mm graded stone ballast for in-situ sleepers including form work, vibration, finishing, curing, cleaning, etc., complete in-

(a) Canal bed

(b) Canal side slopes cum

3012.00 cum

3083.00

(B) Providing and placing in position cement concrete 1:2:4 with 40mm graded stone ballast for in-situ sleepers including form work, vibration, finishing, curing, cleaning, etc., complete in-

(a) Canal bed cum 3473.00

(b) Canal side slopes

2508 (A)Providing and fixing in position R.C.C. sleepers precast in cement concrete 1:3:6 with 40mm graded stone ballast fixing in canal side slopes excluding cost of steel but including form work, cleaning, vibration, handling and hoisting etc., complete.

(B) Providing and fixing in position R.C.C. sleepers precast in cement concrete 1:2:4 with 40mm graded stone ballast fixing in canal side slopes excluding cost of steel but including form work, cleaning, vibration, handling and hoisting etc., complete. cum 3544.00 cum 2879.00 cum 3340.00

Remarks

203

Item No. Item Unit Rate

2509 Providing and fixing in position ladder rungs

I.S.3873 of 25mm dia 2050 mm long MS bars including bending to the required shape smoothening, painting of exposed surface after installation with anticorrosive bituminous paint. each 372.00

2510 (A)Providing and placing in position cement concrete 1:3:6 with 40mm graded stone ballast for safety ladder IS:3873 including form work, vibration finishing making 10mm wide grooves, curing, cleaning etc., complete. cum 2868.00

3329.00 (B)Providing and placing in position cement concrete 1:2:4 with 40mm graded stone ballast for safety ladder IS:3873 including form work, vibration finishing making 10mm wide grooves, curing, cleaning etc., complete. cum sqm

90.00

2511 (a) Painting top of sleepers with two layers of sealing compound, ISI Mark 5256, fist layer at the rate of 1 liter per 2 sqm and second layer at the rate of 1 liter per 4 sqm inclusive of cost of all materials. sqm

35.00

(b) Painting of vertical faces of in-situ cement concrete lining panels with sealing compound ISI Mark-5256 at the rate of 1 liter per 4 sqm inclusive of cost of all materials.

2512 (a) Providing and placing in position cement concrete 1:3:6 with 40mm graded stone ballast for in-situ lining in canal bed including form work for laying in panels, vibration finishing, making grooves as per

IS.3873, finishing curing for 28 days, cleaning etc., complete. cum 2243.00

(b) Providing and placing in position cement concrete 1:3:6 with 40mm graded stone ballast for in-situ lining in canal side slopes including form work for laying in panels, screeding the surface of side slopes with winch operated slip form, finishing making grooves as per IS: 3873, finishing, vibration curing for 28 days by constructing brick masonry drains with weep holes or perforated pipes on the coping at the top of lining or by sprinklers, cleaning etc. complete. cum 3441.00

Remarks

204

Item No. Item Unit Rate

(c) Providing and placing in position cement concrete 1:3:6 with 20mm graded stone ballast for in-situ lining in canal bed including form work for laying in panels, vibration finishing, making grooves as per

IS.3873, finishing curing for 28 days, cleaning etc., complete. cum 2311.00

(d) Providing and placing in position cement concrete 1:3:6 with 20mm graded stone ballast for in-situ lining in canal side slopes including form work for laying in panels, screeding the surface of side slopes with winch operated slip form, finishing making grooves as per IS:3873, finishing, vibration curing for 28 days by constricting brick masonry drains with weep holes or perforated pipes on the coping at the top of lining or by sprinklers, cleaning etc. complete. cum 3509.00

2513 (a) Providing and placing in position reinforced cement concrete 1:3:6 with

40mm graded stone ballast for in-situ lining in canal side slopes including form work, for laying in panels, screeding the surface of side slopes with winch operated slip form, finishing, making grooves as per IS:3873, curing for 28 days by constructing brick masonry drains with weep holes or perforated pipes on the coping at the top of lining or by sprinklers, cleaning etc. complete. cum

3646.00

4106.00 (b) Providing and placing in position reinforced cement concrete 1:2:4 with

40mm graded stone ballast for in-situ lining in canal side slopes including form work, for laying in panels, screeding the surface of side slopes with winch operated slip form, finishing, making grooves as per IS:3873, curing for 28 days by constructing brick masonry drains with weep holes or perforated pipes on the coping at the top of lining or by sprinklers, cleaning etc. complete. cum

2514 Filling contraction joints (grooves) as per

IS:3873 with hot applied sealing compound

IS:5256 including cleaning and washing grooves, painting its inner surfaces with primer IS:3384 at the rate of 1 litre per 4

Remarks

205

Item No. Item

sqm inclusive of cost of all materials for insitu concrete lining-

(a) Groove of 17 mm depth

2515

(b) Groove of 20 mm depth

(c) Groove of 27 mm depth

(d) Groove of 30 mm depth

(e) Groove of 33 mm depth

Providing and fixing flap valves in drains

2516 Providing and fixing in position pressure relief valves of size 150mm IS:4558 for outlets in longitudinal drains in canal bed as per specifications inclusive of cost of all materials

2517 Providing and placing in position burnt clay tiles for lining of canal as per IS:3872

2518 Providing boulder lining for canals as per

IS:4515

(a) 150 mm thickness sqm

(b) 225 mm thickness

(c) 300 mm thickness cum cum cum

2519 Providing and laying flag stone lining for canals including average 20mm thick bedding of cement mortar 1:6 including pointing in cement mortar 1:3 striking joints, curing and cleaning etc. complete-

(a) 20 to 25 mm thick flag stone sqm

(b) 30 to 40 mm thick flag stone

(c) 40 to 50 mm thick flag stone

Unit

m m m m m 40.00 each 497.00 each

14439.00 sqm sqm

Rate

22.00

26.00

36.00

37.00

262.00

290.00

322.00

354.00

290.00

315.00

364.00

25.00 2520 (a) Providing and fixing in position LDPE film of 150 Micron (0.15mm) ISI Mark 2508

(Grade 231), including heat-sealed joints at ends as per IS:9698-.

(b) Labour only for item 2520 (a)

2521 Providing and fixing in position precast concrete slabs for canal lining, precast in

M-10 controlled cement concrete with

Graded stone ballast of maximum size

20mm conforming to IS:3860 laid over

15mm thick bed of cement mortar 1:5 and sqm sqm 6.00

Remarks

206

Item No. Item

in joints including form work for precasting vibration, curing handling, hoisting etc. complete inclusive of cost of mortar -

(a) Precast slab of 60mm thickness

Unit

(b) Precast slab of 50mm thickness sqm

Sqm

2522 Providing and fixing in position precast concrete slabs of 30x30x3cm size for canal lining in M-15 design mix concrete with graded stone ballast of maximum size 12.5 mm over 12mm thick bed of cement mortar

1:5 and in joints including form work for precasting, vibration, curing, handling, hoisting etc. complete including of cost of mortar. sqm

2523 Fixing in position NP1 & NP2 half round

Hume pipes for canal lining (for water courses & field channels) including handling toeing, filling the joints with filler materials and cement mortar 1:3 curing etc. complete

(excluding cost of pipes collars)

(a) 80 mm dia (NP1) m

(b) 100 mm dia (NP1)

(c) 150 mm dia (NP1)

(d) 250 mm dia (NP1)

(e) 300 mm dia (NP1)

(f) 350 mm dia (NP1)

(g) 400 mm dia (NP1)

(h) 450 mm dia (NP1)

(i) 500 mm dia (NP2) m m m m m m m m

Rate

304.00

296.00

233.00

28.00

28.00

38.00

30.00

39.00

50.00

59.00

69.00

80.00

(j) 600 mm dia (NP2) m 99.00

2524 Providing plain cement concrete lining of M-

10 grade (1:3:6 with 20mm graded stone ballast)with paver machine in bed, side slope and curvature, including batching, mixing transporting, placing, vibrating inserting PVC, stripes at joints, smooth finishing curing, (P.V.C. strips payable separately,

(i) Lining in bed, (with water curing)

(ii) Lining in slope and curvature

(with membrane curing) cum 2747.00 cum

3141.00

Remarks

207

Item No. Item Unit

2525 Providing plain cement concrete lining of M-

15 grade (1:2:4 with 20mm graded stone ballast) with paver machine in bed, side slope and curvature, including batching, mixing, transporting, placing, vibrating inserting PVC, stripes at joints, smooth finishing curing, (P.V.C. strips payable separately,

(i) Lining in bed, (with water curing) cum

Rate Remarks

3332.00

(ii) Lining on slope and curvature (with membrane curing) cum 3613.00

2526 Machanised trimming of the canal section for preparing sub grade for sub laying concrete lining in all sorts of soils and moorum and back filling the over excavated rock section if any with lean concrete including watering and compacting bed and side slope using slope compactors including back filling and de-watering where ever required. sqm

16.00

Payable for item

No. 2524 &

2525

2527 Providing and fixing in position P.V.C. strips in panel joints in lining work, using mechanical contrivance, smooth finishing etc. complete.

R.M.

2528 Providing and laying of PVC corrugated perforated pipes conforming IS-9271 with synthetic filter envelope including joints, providing and laying sand filter blanket around the drain pipe including grading and compaction including excavation in soft or ordinary soil etc. complete as per specifications.

(i) 72 mm inner dia/80 mm outer dia meter

127.00

154.00

Payable for item

No.2524 &

2525

(ii) 88 mm inner dia/100 mm outer dia

(iii) 144 mm inner dia/160 mm outer dia

(iv) 178 mm inner dia/200 mm outer dia meter meter meter

201.00

439.00

735.00

208

Item No. Item Unit Rate

2529 Providing and laying of PVC corrugated perforated pipes conforming IS-9271 with synthetic filter envelope including joints, providing and laying sand filter blanket around the drain pipe including grading and compaction including excavation in hard soil etc. complete as per specification.

(i) 72 mm inner dia/80 mm outer dia

(ii) 88 mm inner dia/100 mm outer dia meter 156.00 meter 201.00

(iii) 144 mm inner dia/160 mm outer dia

(iv) 178 mm inner dia/200 mm outer dia

2530 Providing and laying of PVC corrugated perforated pipes conforming IS-9271 with synthetic filter envelope including joints, providing and laying sand filter blanket around the drain pipe including grading and compaction including excavation in hard moorum and moorum with boulder etc. complete as per specification. meter 441.00 meter 737.00

(i) 72 mm inner dia/80 mm outer dia

(ii) 88 mm inner dia/100 mm outer dia meter

156.00 meter

203.00

(iii) 144 mm inner dia/160 mm outer dia

(iv) 178 mm inner dia/200 mm outer dia

2531 Providing and laying approved cohesive non swelling (C.N.S.) soil in canal bed and slops including dressing breaking of clods, laying in layers of 15 cm thick horizontally, pride cutting and finish, including 50m lead and 1.5m lift. meter

443.00 meter

739.00 cum

159.00

Remarks

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CHAPTER 26 – SUPPLY AND ERECTION OF GATES

Notes:-

1. The rates include:

(a) all lead and lift and cost of all materials and labour, for all items.

(b) 1/5 cost of hydraulic jacks, for item 2602 (d)

(c) hydraulic test, trial and commissioning.

2. The gates are classified on the basis of head above sill level as follows:-

(a) High head gate-A gate which operates under a head of 30 m and above.

(b) Medium head gate-A gate which operates under a head of 15 m and above, but less than 30 m; and

(c) Low head gates- A gate which operates under a head of less than 15 m.

3. The gates shall be designed taking into consideration the recommended design criteria and the materials used for different components shall confirm to the relevant I.S.

4. Canal gates of small size: - (a) the small gates shall be square or rectangular in shape.

The size of square opening shall be 300, 450, 600, 750, 900, 1050 and 1200 mm and that of rectangular 1200 mm (width) x 900 mm (depth).

(b) The hoisting capacity and the dia. of the lifting rod shall be determined by taking into consideration the operating head under which the gate is to be closed. The type and capacity of the head stock and dia. of hand wheel should be sufficient to enable operation of gate under the maximum operating head by a single person with an effort on the rim of hand wheel not exceeding 136 Newton.

(c) The exact length of lifting rod, number of rods, guide-brackets and number of rod

COUPLINGS required shall be determined considering distance from centre line of water way opening to the top of operating platform or distance from the bottom sill of gate to the top of operating platform.

(d) The materials used for different components shall be as specified below:-

Material Specification

Head stock body, wedge, Grey cast iron blocks guide brackets, thrust nut, stem coupling.

Grade 20

IS:210

2 Stem (spindle), Gate, frame Structural steel IS:2032 shutter.

3 Stem nut.

4 Seating face (seat facings)

5 Assembly bolts & nuts, wedge,

Cast brass

Brass

IS:28

IS:410 clamping, adjustment bolts and nut.

Electro

Galvanized Mild steel

6 Anchor bolt

7 Paint gate.

8 Paint for head-stock.

Mild steel

Epoxy paint

Enamel paint

IS:1367

IS:14177

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(e) The gates shall be shop tested. The gate shall be reasonably water tight, the maximum permissible leakage being not more than 5 lit./min./meter length of seal in case of low and medium head gates and 10 lit./min./meter length of seal in case of high head gates.

5. Nominal sizes and Dimensions of single faced sluices shall be as specified below:-

Sr.

No.

Shape Size Ref. to fig. As per table-2 page

26-67& fig. Page 26-93 to 26-97 of Sp. Vol.-IV

1

2

Circular

Square

(a) 200 to 600

(b) 200 to 1200

(a) 200 to 600

(b) 200 to 1200

4 A(1), 4 B(1)

4 C(1), 4 D(1)

4 A(2), 4 B(2)

4 C(2), 4 D(2)

Rectangular 300x375 to 1200x1050 4E 3

6. Approximate weight of canal and tank gates as per standard size, rod size and rod length shall be taken as below :-

(A) Canal Gates (1.5 Meter Rod Length)

Size of Gate (in mm)

300 x 300 mm

Rod Size (Spindle Dia) Approximate weight (in Kg.)

40 mm 150 Kg.

450 x 600 mm

600 x 600 mm

900 x 900 mm

48 mm

55 mm

240 Kg.

320 Kg.

500 Kg.

(B) Tank Gate (10 Meter Rod length) (Up to 15 meter water head)

Size of Gate (in mm) Rod Size (Spindle Dia) Approximate weight (in Kg.)

300 x 300

450 x 450

600 x 600

40 mm

48 mm

55 mm

180 Kg.

275 Kg.

400 Kg.

750 x 750

900 x 900

58 mm

60 mm

(C) Weight of Automatic Outflow Regulating Gate

410 Kg.

550 Kg.

Size of Gate

(i) 1 to 10 sqm

(ii) 10 to 20 sqm

(iii) 20 to 50 sqm

(iv) 50 to 75 sqm

Approximate weight per sqm (in Tonne)

1.20 Tonne

1.40 Tonne

1.80 Tonne

2.00 Tonne

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(D)

Weight of 1 vertical lift gate including embedded parts in tones

= 0.1332 x (L

2 xHxh)

0.659

(L) is length = Clear vent width in m+ 0.50 m.

(H) is height of gate in m = Clear vent height in m+0.20 m

(h) is head of water of water above sill of gate in m = FSL - Sill level

(E)

Weight of 1 radial gate including embedded parts in tones = 0.0887 x (L

2 xHxh)

0.673

(L) is length in m = Clear distance between piers.

(H) is total height of gate in m = FRL - Sill level + 0.15 m

(h) is head of water above sill of gate in m = FRL - Sill level

(F)

Weight of 1 set of vertical lift crest gate including embedded parts in tones

= 0.0690 (L

2 xHxh)

0.716

(L) is length = Clear distance between piers in m+1 m.

(H) is total height of gate in m = FRL - Sill level + 0.20 m

(h) is head of water above sill of gate in m = FRL - Sill level

(G) Weight of 1 set Stoplog elements including embedded parts in tones =

0.0578(L

2 xHxh)

0.716

(L) is length = Clear distance between piers + 0.65 m

(H) is total height of stoplog gate in m = FRL - Sill level + 0.20 m

(h) is head of water above sill of gate in m = FRL - Sill level

(H)

Weight of lifting beam in tones = 0.02212 x (L

2 xHxh)

0.716

/n

(L) is length = Clear distance between piers + 0.65 m.

(H) is total height of stoplog get in m = FRL - Sill level + 0.20 m

(h) is head of water above sill of gate in m = FRL - Sill level

(n) is number of gate elements in 1 set

(I)

Capacity of screw hoist in tone including 25% reserve capacity = 2.50 x Wt. of gate

(Hoist capacity shall be rounded off to next 1 tonne)

Weight of screw hoist with all accessories : 300 kg per tonne capacity of hoist.

(J)

Hoist Capacity in tonne including 25% reserve capacity = 2.5 x Weight of gate (Hoist capacity shall be rounded off to next 5 tonne)

Weight of hoist with all accessories : 250 kg per tonne capacity of hoist.

(K) Weight of hoist bridge :

Columns with bracings / Anchors / Stiffeners : 400 kg per meter height.

Beams with cross beams / stiffeners : 400 kg per metre span.

Railing / Chequered plate / Ladder etc. : 10% of wt. of columns/beams

(L) Weight of trunnion bridge : 300 kg per meter length of catwalk.

(M)

Approximate weight of item no. 2602 (d) i.e Vertical Axis swing gate is 0.50 MT per sqm.

7. Item no. 2602 (a) and 2607(B) is protected under Indian patent act 1970 vide no.

183493 and 189015 respectively and tenderer should ask to produce license for

212

manufacture and erection and consent letter for technical services from the patent holder/assignee on his own cost.

8. The following Indian Standard, may be referred to

I.S.No. Title

210-1993

226-1975

306-1983

318-1981

800-1984 Code of practice for General construction in steel in general building constructions. ( Reaffirmed in 1998)

800-1973(Pt III, Specifications for rolled steel beam, channel and angle sections

V & VI)

816-1969

(Reaffirmed in 1989)

Code of practice for use of Metal Arc Welding for general construction in Mild steel. (Reaffirmed in 1998)

817-1987

Specifications for grey iron casting (Reaffirmed in 1999).

Specifications for structural steel (standard quality) (Superceded by I.S. 2062-1992)

Specifications for bronze in gates & castings (Reaffirmed in 1998).

Specifications for loaded Tin Bronze and casting (Reaffirmed in

2001) :

819-1957

822-1970

823-1964

1024-1999

Code of practice for Staining and testing of metal arc welders.

(Reaffirmed in 2003)

Code of practice for resistance spot welding for light assemblies in

Mild steel. (Reaffirmed in 1998)

Code of practice for inspections of welds. (Reaffirmed in 2003)

Code of practice for Metal Arc Welding of Mild steel.

1030-1998

1066-1993

1181-1967

1323-1959

Code of practice for use of welding in Bridges and structures, subject to dynamic loading.

Carbon steel castings for general engineering purposes.

Electroplated castings of Nickel & Chromium Iron & Steles.

(Reaffirmed 2006)

Qualifying test for Metal Arc Welders. (Superseded by 7318-1974)

1393-1961

1570-

1961(Part-VII)

2004-1991

2062-1999

Code of practice for Oxygen-Acetylene welding for structural work in mild steel. ( Reaffirmed in 2003)

Code of practice for training and testing of Oxygen-Acetylene welding (Reaffirmed in 2003)

Schedule for wrought steel for general engineering purposes

(Reaffirmed in 1998)

Specifications for steel forgings for general engineering purposes.

Specifications for structural steel. (Fusion Welding quality)

2595-1978

2825-1969

(Revised in 2006)

Code of practice for Radiographic Testing. (Reaffirmed in 2000)

Code of practice for stress relieving of welding joints. (Reaffirmed in 2002)

213

I.S.No. Title

3042-1965

4622-2003

4623-2000

5905-1989

Specifications for single faced sluice gates (200 mm to 1200 mm size) (Reaffirmed in 2003)

Recommendation for structural design of fixed wheel gates.

Recommendations for structural design of radial gates. (III rd revision

Specifications for sprayed aluminum and zinc coating on iron & steel. (Revised in 2000)

6527-1995

6603-2001

6938-2005

7718(Pt III)-

1978

Specifications for stainless steel wire rod (Reaffirmed 2006).

Specifications for Stainless steel bars and flats

Code of practice for design and rope drum and chain hoists for hydraulic gates (with amendment 2)

7718(Pt I)-1991 Recommendations for inspection, testing and maintenance of fixed wheel slide gates at manufacturing stage. (Revised in 1991)

(Reaffirmed 2001).

-do- at the time of erection.. (Revised in 1991)

7718(Pt III)-

1978

8500-1991

-do- after erection. (Revised in 1991)

9349-2006

10096

(Pt.I,Sec.I)-

1963

Structural steel micro alloyed (medium and high strength qualities).

(Reaffirmed in 2000)

Recommendations for structural design of medium and high Head

Slide gates. (II nd revision)

Recommendations for inspection, testing, maintenance of radial gates and their hoists at manufacturing stage. (revised in 1983 and

Reaffirmed in 1990)

10096 (part- 1) Inspection, testing and assembly at the manufacturing stage

1983 section-1 gates. (Reaffirmed in 2000) section-2 rope drum hoists-

Rs. 2000

10096 (part- 2) Inspection, testing and assembly at the time of erection.

1983 (Reaffirmed 2000).

10096(Pt.III)-

1983

10210-1982

-do- after erection. British Steel Corporation Corrosion prevention booklet No.5.

Specifications for hydraulic Hoist.

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

2601 (a) Design, drawing fabrication, supply and erection of structural steel vertical lift gates for canals and Dam sluice etc. above 5.00 meters head fix wheel type with gate leaf

(complete with skin plate stiffeners, ballast weight if required, guide embedded parts) first stage anchors sill beam fitted with stainless steel flat, rollers, track fitted with stainless steel flat guide tee, rubber seal etc. as per IS:4622 duly painted as per

SOR item no. 1854 with screw hoist hoisting rod, hoist guide, support structure etc. tonne 155506.00

(b) Design, drawing, fabrication, supply and erection of structural steel vertical lift gates for canals and dam sluice etc. above 5.00 meters head fix wheel type with gate leaf

(complete with skin plate stiffeners, ballast weight if required guide embedded parts) first stage anchors, sill beam fitted with stainless steel flat, rollers, track fitted with stainless steel flat guide tee, rubber seal etc. as per IS: 4622 duly painted as per

SOR item no. 1854 to be operated by Rope drum hoist (excluding weight and cost of rope drum hoist).

I CREST GATES FOR DAMS / BARRAGE / ANICUT

tonne 155506.00

2602 (a) Design/Drawing, fabrication, supply and erection of structural steel Automatic

Outflow Regulating Gate as per standard specification with gate leaf with end girders, cast steel track plates, rubber seals with SS clamping nut bolts etc., concrete counter weight in bottom compartments of gate leaf, embedded parts consisting of trunion girders, anchor frames, U/s & D/s stoppers, still beams, SS axles, SS seals etc., fulcrum assemblies with links, SS axles, bronze bushes, sail hard curved track plate etc, lever system consisting of actuating lever, lever link, gate bracket, hoisting bracket, SS axles, bronze bushes etc. complete with hoist bridge and portal frame if required ( excluding cost & weight of hoist) tonne 155506.00

(b) Design/Drawing, fabrication, supply and erection of structural steel Radial crest gate, as per IS: 4623 with skin plate tonne 155506.00

Remarks

215

Item No. Item

stiffeners, guide, embedded parts, sill beam, fitted with stainless steel flat, guide roller, rubber seals wall plate fitted with stainless steel flats trunion & anchorage as required complete with hoist bridge etc.

(Excluding cost & weight of hoist)

Unit Rate

tonne 155506.00 (c) Design / Drawing, fabrication, supply and erection of structural steel vertical lift crest gate, as per IS:4622 with skin plate stiffeners, ballast weight guides, embedded parts, sill beam, fitted with stainless steel flat, track beam and sealing frame fitted with stainless steel flat, roller, rubber seals, etc. complete with hoist bridge (Excluding cost & weight of hoist)

(d) Design / Drawing, fabrication, supply and erection of automatic openable vertical

Axis swing gate with water tight rubber seals, skin plate stiffeners, sill beam, hinge brackets rotating gate leafs of size up to 8 sqm. with structural steel frame, bushing of aluminum bronze, trunnion hubs, friction dampers with stainless steel guide etc. complete including hydraulic jack for closure of gate.

Tonne 155506.00

2603 Fabrication, supply and erection of Tonne 149434.00 structural steel vertical lift gates for canal size 2400 x 2000 mm and above fixed wheel type with gate leaf (complete with skin plate, stiffeners, guide etc., embedded parts) first stage anchors sill beam fitted with S.S. Plate, seal frame fitted with S.S. plate, guide etc. rubber seals as per IS

4622 duly painted as per SOR item 1854 to be operated with rope drum hoist (excluding weight & cost of rope drum hoist)

2604 Fabrication, supply and erection of Tonne 149434.00 structural steel vertical lift gates for canal below size 2400 x 2000 mm fixed wheel type with gate leaf (complete with skin plate, stiffeners, guide etc. embedded parts first stage anchors sill beam fitted with S.S. plate, seal frame fitted with S.S. plate, guide tee etc.) rubber seals as per IS: 4622 duly painted as per SOR item 1854 to be operated with rope drum hoist (excluding weight & cost of rope drum hoist)

Remarks

216

Item No. Item Unit Rate

2605 Fabrication, supply and erection of fixed wheel/sliding type structural steel vertical lift gates for canal below size 2400 x 2000 mm with gate leaf (complete with skin plate, stiffeners, guide etc.) embedded parts (first stage anchors sill beam fitted with S.S. plate, seal frame fitted with S.S. plate, guide tee etc). rubber seals as per IS: 4622 duly painted as per SOR item 1854 with screw hoist, hoisting rod, guide, hoist support structure etc.

Tonne 149434.00

II DAM/CANAL GATES OF LARGE SIZE (SHORTER SIDE – 1200 MM & ABOVE)

Remarks

2606 (a)Fabrication & supply of water tight structural steel sliding type low head gate for dam head sluice and canals with gate leaf and frame as per IS: 5620 complete with brass/stainless steel lining of appropriate size for seals seats and sill and seals of rubber/ metal, guides, hoisting rod, screw hoist and duly painted as per SOR item No. 1854.

Tonne 112535.00

III DAM/CANAL GATES OF SHORTER SIZE (LORGER SIDE BELOW – 1200 MM)

(b)Fabrication & supply of water tight structural steel sliding type low head sluice with gate leaf and frame as per IS: 5620 complete with brass/ stainless steel lining of appropriate size for seal seats and sill and seals of rubber/ metal guides, hoisting rod, screw hoist and duly painted as per SOR item No. 1854.

Tonne

112535.00

(c)Erection of canal gates for item 2606 (a)

& 2606 (b)

Tonne

15% of Item

No. 2606(A)

& (B)

2607(a) Supply of Rope Drum Hoist as per IS:

6938-2005 including transportation to site. i. Manually operated hoists 5 M.T. capacity Per

Unit

225170.00 ii. Manually operated hoists 8 M.T. capacity

254632.00 iii. iv. v.

Manually operated hoists 10 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 12 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 15 M.T. capacity

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

336048.00

438955.00

526983.00

Item No.

vi. vii. viii. ix. x.

Item

217

Manually operated hoists 18 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 20 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 25 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 30 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 35 M.T. capacity xi. xii. Electrically operated Hoists (With Inbuilt

Manual operation) 5 M.T. capacity xiii. Electrically operated Hoists (With Inbuilt

Manual operation) 6 M.T. capacity xiv. Electrically operated Hoists (With Inbuilt

Manual operation) 8 M.T. capacity xv.

Manually operated hoists 40 M.T. capacity xvi.

Electrically operated Hoists (With Inbuilt

Manual operation) 10 M.T. capacity

Electrically operated Hoists (With Inbuilt

Manual operation) 12 M.T. capacity xvii. Electrically operated Hoists (With Inbuilt

Manual operation) 15 M.T. capacity xviii. Electrically operated Hoists (With Inbuilt

Manual operation) 18 M.T. capacity xix. xx.

Electrically operated Hoists (With Inbuilt

Manual operation) 20 M.T. capacity

Electrically operated Hoists (With Inbuilt

Manual operation) 25 M.T. capacity xxi. Electrically operated Hoists (With Inbuilt

Manual operation) 30 M.T. capacity xxii. Electrically operated Hoists (With Inbuilt

Manual operation) 35 M.T. capacity

2607 (b) Supply of Emergency Hydraulic Hoist with

Rotary damping system for controlling oscillation for automatic outflow regulating gate as per relevant I.S. specification. i. Manually operated hoists 5 M.T. capacity

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Rate

626175.00

725556.00

828575.00

1043273.00

1139505.00

1328250.00

271975.00

303600.00

369380.00

454135.00

569250.00

717919.00

790625.00

885500.00

1044258.00

1221358.00

1309908.00

225170.00

Remarks

218

Item No.

ii.

Item

Manually operated hoists 8 M.T. capacity iii. iv.

Manually operated hoists 10 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 12 M.T. capacity v. vi. vii. viii.

Manually operated hoists 15 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 18 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 20 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 25 M.T. capacity ix. x. xi. xii. xiii.

Manually operated hoists 30 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 35 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 40 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 45 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 50 M.T. capacity xiv. Manually operated hoists 55 M.T. capacity xv. xvi.

Manually operated hoists 60 M.T. capacity

Manually operated hoists 65 M.T. capacity xvii. Manually operated hoists 70 M.T. capacity xviii. Manually operated hoists 75 M.T. capacity xix. Manually operated hoists 80 M.T. capacity

2607 (c) Erection of hoist, with test, with test & trial

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Per

Unit

Rate

254632.00

336048.00

438955.00

526983.00

626175.00

725556.00

828575.00

1043273.00

1139505.00

1328250.00

1461075.00

1593900.00

1726725.00

1859550.00

1992375.00

2125200.00

2258025.00

2390850.00

15% of item

No. 2607 (a)

& (b)

Remarks

219

Item No. Item Unit

Special item

2608 II stage concreting 1:2:4 with graded metal of max. size 12.5 mm in gate groove & sill beam after fixing and alignment of second stage parts, sill beam, including cost of material, labour for shuttering, mixing, laying scaffolding consolidating, curing and cleaning & finishing / chipping as required including all lead & lift. cum

Rate

8280.00

Remarks

220

CHAPTER 27 - MISCELLANEOUS

Notes :-

1. Rates include lead up to 100m and all lifts, for all materials for all items unless otherwise specified.

2. The tenders for item 2735 shall be invited giving exact location of each stilling well.

3. Measurements: - (a) The measurements of lettering shall be taken in terms of letter cm

(the cm measurement relates to the vertical height of the lettering). The letter height shall be measured correct to a cm. Dots, dashes, punctuations and other similar marks shall not be measured for payment.

(b) The measurements for item 2735 shall be taken as per the mode of measurement specified under Chapter 13-“Steel and Iron Work”

4. PVC PIPE LINE a. The materials used shall conform to the relevant I.S. b. The rates of pipe line, include laying of pipe line below ground with PVC socket joints, together with all PVC fitting (such as bends, elbows, Tees, Reducers extra couples, K.

B. valve Gate valves, Drain valves etc.) and fixing complete with solvent cement including cutting & jointing wherever required. c. The rates for laying and fixing include all labour and materials, tools and plants other than the PVC pipes and fittings. d. Measurements: - (i) All works shall be measured net as fixed to the nearest 0.01m unless otherwise stated.

(ii) The pipeline shall be measured net as fixed, including the length of all fittings

(measured along the centre line) and no allowance shall be made for wastage etc.

The running payment under the item of patrolling of canals shall be made up to 3 5. watering and the remaining payment shall be made after the irrigation is completely over as final payment.-

6. The following Indian standards may be referred to:-

I.S.No. Title

341-1973

788-1971

789-1971

1234-1980

2037-1986

3502-1994

Black Japan, Type A, B and C (first revision) (reaffirmed

2002)

Ink, drawing, waterproof, coloured (first revision) (reaffirmed

1997)

Ink, drawing, water proof, black (first revision) (reaffirmed

1997)

Ink Stencil, Oil base, for marking porous surfaces. (reaffirmed

2003)

Tracing cloth (first revision) (reaffirmed 2006)

Steel chequered plates. (second revision) (reaffirmed 1998)

221

3678-1976

4080-1994

9033-1978

4985-2000

12231-1987

Ready mixed paint, thick white, for lettering (with amendment

No.1) (reaffirmed 1999)

Vertical Staff gauges. (first revision) (reaffirmed 2000)

Reproduction Tracing paper. (reaffirmed 2005)

Specification for unplasticized PVC pipes for Potable water supply (third revision) (reaffirmed 2005)

Specification for PVC (rigid) pipes for use in suction and delivery lines of agriculture pumps. (reaffirmed 2003)

12235-(Part I to XIX) Thermo plastic pipes and fittings – method of test

2-1960 Rules for rounding of numerical values (revised)

10151-1982 Specification for Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) and its copolymers for its safe use in contact with food stuffs pharmaceuticals and drinking water. (reaffirmed 2003)

Part III, IV, VI --- PVC Pipe fittings (reaffirmed 1998)

Item No.

7834-1975

Item Unit Rate Remarks

m 74.00 2701 Second class table moulded brick drip course 100mm x 100mm laid in 1:4 cement mortar including 15mm thick cement plaster

1:3

2702 Labour only for item 2701

2703 225mmx110mm stone drip course in cement mortar 1:4 including cement pointing in C.M. 1:3-

(a) Plain ashlars masonry

(b) Squared rubble coursed masonry (first sort)

2704 Labour only for - m m m

40.00

215.00

153.00

2705 Second class table moulded brick cornice, laid in C.M. 1:4 including 15mm thick cement plaster 1:3 throating, weathering and rendering on top, in cement mortar 1:3 with projection of

(a) 150 mm

(a) Item 2703 (a)

(b) Item 2703 (b)

(b) 200 mm

(c) 300 mm

(d) 400 mm m m m m m m

187.00

81.00

152.00

230.00

425.00

675.00

222

Item No.

2706 Labour only for

(a) Item 2705 (a)

(b) Item 2705 (b)

(c) Item 2705 (c)

Item

(d) Item 2705 (d)

2707 Corbel stone 550x1 50x230mm including laying and fixing in position in C.M. 1:4

(a) Plain ashlar masonry

Unit

m m m m

Rate

75.00

109.00

192.00

294.00

(b) Squared rubble coursed masonry (first sort)

2708 Labour only including dressing for- each 141.00 each 67.00 each 121.00 (a) Item 2707 (a)

(b) Item 2707 (b) each 40.00

2709 Corbel stone 700x230x230 mm including laying and fixing in position in C.M. 1:4

(a) Plain ashlar masonry

2710

(b) Squared rubble course, masonry (first sort)

Labour only including dressing for

(a) Item 2709 (a) each 275.00

Each 130.00 each 236.00 each 78.00 (b) Squared rubble coursed masonry (first sort)

2711 40mm thick Damp proof course of 1:2:4

(with 20mm gauge graded metal) covered with bitumen and sand (1 kg bitumen per

Sq. m)

2712 Labour only for Item 2711 sqm 193.00 sqm 42.00

2713 1:2:4 R.C.C. Jali, with aggregate of maximum size 6mm, of specified pattern or shape including cost of reinforcement

(1.6mm thick MS wire) fixing in position etc., complete-

(a) 50 mm thick sqm 367.00

(b) 30 mm thick

(c) 25 mm thick

2714 (a) Tracing shajras including cost of ink, holders etc, to complete the work excluding cost of cloth. sqm sqm

276.00

254.00 each 0.40

Remarks

223

Item No. Item

(b) Completion charges for above, writing heading, showing CCA of canal, tube well command, outlets, gulls, service roads, water sheds etc. including cost of ink and holders etc.

2715 Gober leeping

Unit

each

Rate

20% of item no.2714

(a)

2716 25mm x 18 BWG hoop iron trellis work

(double) clear space 50 mm x 50 mm including 40 mm x 50 mm teak wood frame

(100 cm centre to centre, both ways)

2717 Labour only for item 2716 sqm sqm

1.60

546.00

2718 Half split, bamboo fending fixed in form of trellis, with clear space 150mm x 150mm excluding Balli Post.

2719 Labour only for item 2718

2720 Providing and fixing 1.2m high railing of 40 mm dia G.I. pipe in three rows at 40cm C to C with vertical angle 65x65x6 mm, embedded in masonry or in concrete placed at 3m C to C on top of weirs, dams etc. including providing M.S. plate of size

200x200x3mm welded to the bottom of railing posts for anchorage.

2721 Labour only for item 2720

2722 75mm thick dubwalling with split bamboos excluding wooden frame.

2723 Labour only for item 2722 sqm 47.00 sqm 122.00 sqm 27.00 m 978.00 m 76.00 sqm 196.00 sqm 30.00

2724 Labour only for filling empty cement bags with sand including stitching with sutli and stacking. each 7.00

2725 Providing and filling in position bitumen mix filler of proportion 80kg. of hot bitumen 1kg of cement and 0.25 cum of course sand for

12mm thick expansion joints sqm 105.00

2726 Marking cement bags with identification mark of the department/project with post office red unwashable colour marking having maximum 10 letters of minimum

6cms height including handling and restacking of cement bags in the store for marking. each 1.50

2727 Engraving letters and figures on stones (per letter of figure) per letter per cm height

1.40

Remarks

224

Item No. Item Unit Rate

2728

2729

Lettering or figuring with enamel paints.

Labour only for item 2728

2730 Painting gauges 75mm to 150 mm all-round with enamel paint including figuring and lettering complete. per letter per cm height per letter per cm height

0.90

0.60 m 119.00

2731 Labour only for item 2730 m 99.00

Remarks

2732 Constructing masonry dust bins, with 60cm wide platform towards opening of II class

T.M. brick work in C.M. 1:4 with top of wall sloped inside over 45 cm wide and 15cm thick C.C. 1:4:8 in foundation with 40mm graded metal , 40mm thick 1:2:4 C.C. flooring with 20mm graded metal with a floating coat of neat cement over 7.5cm thick cement concrete 1:4:8 with 40mm graded metal including 12mm cement plaster 1:4 finished with a floating coat of neat cement over exposed surface of masonry walls and 10cm depth below ground level including all excavation refilling and disposal of surplus earth etc. complete-

(a) size 180x120 cm each 6815.00

(b) size 120x120 cm each 5402.00

2733 Making platform for stand post with 40mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 with 20mm metal over a base of 10cm thick cement concrete 1:4:8 with 40mm metal with 10x20 cm Kerbs of II class T.M. bricks in cement mortar 1:4 including a floating coat of neat cement over concrete floor and Kerbs including excavation and disposal of surplus earth-

(a) 120x120 cm size each 984.00

(b) 90x90 cm size

2734 Constructing platform consisting of 40mm cement concrete floor 1:2:4 with 20mm graded metal finished with a floating coat of neat cement over a bed of 7.5cm thick cement concrete 1:4:8 with 40mm graded each 712.00

225

Item No. Item

metal including earthwork with 20x30cm II class T.M. Brick curtain walls in C.M. 1:4 over 35cm wide and 12cm thick cement concrete 1:4:8 with 40 mm graded metal

10cm thick and 20cm high brick edging in

C.M. 1:4 with drain hole including 12mm cement plaster 1:4 finished with floating coat of neat cement over exposed surface of masonry walls and up to 10cm depth below ground level complete-

(a) 120x120 cm (outside to outside)

Unit Rate Remarks

2735 Providing, fabrication and erection of stilling well as per drawing, on the sides of abutment or pier of high level bridges on rivers, for installing automatic gauge recorder 6mm thick chequered plate, main and cross girders of size 150x75mm

@ 15kg per m, 6mm thick M.S. sheet for stilling well, 50x50x6 mm angle iron

(@4.5kg per m) for railing posts and ladder,

50x6mm flat iron for railing and fastening

AGR well with piers, including cutting punching welding, nuts and bolts and flanges of requisite sizes with painting 2 coats of aluminum paint fo superior quality over one coat of zinc-chrome, priming, with all lead and lift, cost of all material hoisting and labour, mobilisation and demobilisation of all necessary equipment etc. complete.

(All materials conforming to relevant I.S.S.)

P.V.C. PIPE LINE

2736

(b) 210x120 cm (outside to outside)

(c) 320x120 cm (outside to outside)

Providing laying in trenches and jointing water tight with jointing material rigid PVC

(Poly Vinyl Chloride) Class II Pressure pipes (with working Pressure of 4Kg / cm

2 as per IS: 4985-1988 (second Revision) with all leads and lifts complete including cost of one coupler per pipe of six meter length but excluding excavation and refilling of trenches and also excluding other pipe fittings and labour for other pipe fittings.

(a) 90 mm dia

) each 1859.00 each 2730.00 each 3796.00 kg 200.00 m 163.00

Item nos.2736 to

2753 can only be executed or material procured after obtaining written permission from

the C.E. concern.

(b) 110 mm dia

(c) 140 mm dia m m

234.00

406.00

226

Item No.

2737

(d) 160 mm dia

(e) 180 mm dia

(f) 200 mm dia

2738 Providing and fixing in position PVC moulded coupler for PVC pipe line with all materials.

(a) 90 mm dia

(b) 110 mm dia

(c) 140 mm dia

(d) 160 mm dia

(e) 180 mm dia

(f) 200 mm dia

2739 Labour only for item No. 2738

(a) 90 mm dia

(b) 110 mm dia

(c) 140 mm dia

(d) 160 mm dia

m

m

m

5.00

5.00

6.00 each 109.00 each 136.00 each 297.00 each 358.00 each 566.00 each 603.00

Nos. 5.00

Nos. 6.00

Nos. 7.00

Nos. 8.00

(e) 180 mm dia

(f) 200 mm dia

2740 Providing and fixing in position PVC moulded-Elbow for PVC pipe line with all materials.

Nos. 9.00

Nos. 10.00

(a) 90 mm dia

(b) 110 mm dia

(c) 140 mm dia

(d) 160 mm dia

(e) 180 mm dia each each each each each

195.00

344.00

457.00

600.00

702.00

(d) 160 mm dia

(e) 180 mm dia

(f) 200 mm dia

(a) 90 mm dia

(b) 110 mm dia

(c) 140 mm dia

(f) 200 mm dia

Item

Labour only for item No. 2736

Unit

m m m

m

m

m

Rate

547.00

719.00

870.00

2.00

3.00

4.00 each 809.00

Remarks

227

Item No. Item

2741 Labour only for Item No.2740

Unit Rate

Nos. 5.00 (a) 90 mm dia

(b) 110 mm dia

(c) 140 mm dia

(d) 160 mm dia

(e) 180 mm dia

(f) 200 mm dia

Nos. 6.00

Nos.

Nos.

6.40

Nos. 7.10

7.60

Nos. 8.20

2742 Providing and fixing in position PVC moulded equal Tee complete with all material for PVC pipeline

(a) 90 mm dia each 261.00

(b) 110 mm dia

(c) 140 mm dia

(d) 160 mm dia

(e) 180 mm dia

(f) 200 mm dia

2743 Labour only for Item No.2742

(a) 90 mm dia

(b) 110 mm dia

(c) 140 mm dia

(d) 160 mm dia

(e) 180 mm dia

(f) 200 mm dia

2744 Providing and fixing in position PVC end cap for PVC pipeline including all materials.

(a) 90 mm dia

(b) 110 mm dia

(c) 140 mm dia

(d) 160 mm dia

(e) 180 mm dia

(f) 200 mm dia

2745 Labour ony for item No. 2744

(a) 90 mm dia

(b) 110 mm dia

(c) 140 mm dia each each each each each each each each each each each

Nos.

Nos.

Nos.

398.00

897.00

1336.00

1479.00

1718.00

Nos. 6.00

Nos. 6.60

Nos. 7.10

Nos. 7.60

Nos. 8.20

Nos. 9.50

88.00

119.00

255.00

341.00

479.00

628.00

2.20

2.80

3.30

Remarks

228

Item No. Item Unit Rate

(e) 180 mm dia

(f) 200 mm dia

2749 Labour only for Item No. 4748

(a) 90 mm dia

(b) 110 mm dia

(d) 160 mm dia

(e) 180 mm dia

Nos. 3.80

Nos. 4.40

(f) 200 mm dia

2746 Providing and fixing in position PVC

Reducer single for PVC pipe line including all materials.

Nos. 4.90

(a) 110x90 mm dia

(b) 140x110 mm dia

(c) 160x140 mm dia

(d) 180x160 mm dia each each each each

180.00

240.00

408.00

600.00

(e) 200x180 mm dia

2747 Labour only for item No. 2746

(a) 110x90 mm dia

(b) 140x110 mm dia

(c) 160x140 mm dia

(d) 180x160 mm dia

(e) 200x180 mm dia

2748 Providing and fixing in position K.B valve for

PVC pipe line including all accessories and materials complete.

(a) 90 mm dia

(b) 110 mm dia

(c) 140 mm dia

(d) 160 mm dia each 705.00

Nos. 5.50

Nos. 6.00

Nos. 6.60

Nos. 7.10

Nos. 7.60 each 1388.00 each 1584.00 each 1786.00 each 1905.00 each 2072.00 each 2369.00

Nos. 5.50

Nos. 6.00

Nos. 6.60

Nos. 7.10

Nos. 7.60

Nos. 8.20

(c) 140 mm dia

(d) 160 mm dia

(e) 180 mm dia

(f) 200 mm dia

Remarks

229

Item No. Item Unit Rate

2750 Providing and fixing in position 25mm dia

Air Release valve of approved quality with

PVC service saddle and 1.00m long 25mm dia G.I. pipe with all accessories and materials complete.

(a) 90 x 25 mm dia

(b) 110 x 25 mm dia

(c) 140 x 25 mm dia

(d) 160 x 25 mm dia

(e) 180 x 25 mm dia

(f) 200 x 25 mm dia each 1500.00 each 1537.00 each 1586.00 each 1659.00 each 1803.00 each 1924.00

Nos. 135.00

2751 Labour only for Item No. 2750

(a) 90 x 25 mm dia

(b) 110 x 25 mm dia

(c) 140 x 25 mm dia

(d) 160 x 25 mm dia

(e) 180 x 25 mm dia

(f) 200 x 25 mm dia

2752 Providing and fixing in position Gate valve/

Drain valve of approved quality for PVC pipe line including all accessories and materials complete :-

Nos.

Nos.

Nos.

Nos.

Nos.

149.00

163.00

176.00

190.00

203.00

(a) 90 mm dia

(b) 110 mm dia

(c) 140 mm dia

(d) 160 mm dia

(e) 180 mm dia

(f) 200 mm dia

2753 Labour only for Item No. 2752

(a) 90 mm dia

(b) 110 mm dia

(c) 140 mm dia

(d) 160 mm dia

(e) 180 mm dia

(f) 200 mm dia each each each each each

Nos.

1599.00

2354.00

3120.00

3884.00

4663.00 each 5833.00

Nos. 57.00

Nos. 64.00

Nos. 70.00

Nos. 81.00

95.00 each 114.00

Remarks

230

Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

2754 Labour only for fixing in position single steel shutter for stop dam including all handling cleaning of grooves i.e. removal of foreign materials such as dust, sand, silt etc. including greasing, oiling where ever required, excluding cost of materials.

2755 Labour only for removing single steel shutter for stop dam including all handling, unscrewing, oiling, where ever necessary excluding cost of all materials & staking at site.

2756 Labour only for fixing in position the steel/wooden karri shutters for stop dam excluding filling the puddle earth but including all handling, cleaning of grooves i.e. removal of foreign materials such as dust, sand, silt etc. including greasing, oiling where ever required excluding cost of materials.

2757 Labour only for removing the steel/wooden karri shutters for stop dam without removal of puddle earth but including handling, unscrewing, oiling, where ever necessary excluding cost of all materials & staking at site. dimension of shutters to be considered. dimension of

Karri shutters to be considered.

2758 Patrolling of canal during irrigation of any crop including ordinary jungle clearance, removing obstacles & foreign materials from canal section, including opening & closing of colaba gates / opening on demand for water by cultivators and including such minor repair works which are essential for proper running or water in canal as directed by Engineer in charge.

Per

Watering/

Ha.

20.00

2759 Providing and laying 100 mm thick shotcrete lining as per mix design to rock face in two layers of 50 mm each with 12 mm down graded metal including additives, cleaning by air and water under required pressure, scaffolding, batching mixing, transporting & shifting of equipments, curing finishing. sqm 1540.00

2760 Fixing only standard steel or aluminium glazed doors, windows and ventilators in walls with lugs 10x16x3.16 mm embedded in cement concrete block 15x10x10 cm size

1:3:6 (1 cement:3 sand:6 stone sqm 134.00

231

Item No. Item

aggregate,20mm nominal size) or with wooden plugs and screws or rawl plugs andscrews or with fixing clips or with bolts and nuts as required i/c fixing of glass panes with glazing clips and special metal sash putty of approved make or metal beading with screws( excluding steel windows with lugs, glass panes cut to size and glazing clips or metal beading with screws)

Unit

2761 (a) Removal of water hyacinth (jalkumbhi) and similar water born vegetations from reservoir/barrage including cost of all equipments ,materials and depositing at specified places with all leads and lifts

sqm

(b) Destroying of water hyacinth

(jalkumbhi) by using chemical or any other means and disposal of residual at the specified places including all charges.

sqm

Rate

8.50

2.60

Remarks

232

CHAPTER 28 - WELL EXCAVATION

Notes :-

1. Rates include all lifts (after addition of item 2804 or item 2808 as the case may be) and removal of excavated materials to a distance of 50m beyond the well, unless otherwise specified.

2. Rates include all shoring, strutting, planking, etc. that may be needed to prevent collapse of sides of well.

3. Rates of rock cutting are subject to 40% deduction for voids, if paid on stack measurements.

4. Extra rate for wet excavation below sub soil water level will be paid as per item 411 of

Chapter 4-“EXCAVATION AND EARTHWORK”

5. Payment shall be made as per external dia of well steining, foundation, irrespective of actual excess dia excavated. No allowance shall be made for slope of steps, if any.

6. Classification of strata shall be as per Note 2 of Chapter 4 “Excavation and

Earthwork”

7. For deepening of existing wells, the depth will be considered from platform level.

Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

cum 64.00 2801 Excavation in soft or ordinary soil including

50m lead and 1.5m lift with dressing.

2802 Excavation in hard soil including 50m lead and 1.5m lift with dressing.

2803 Excavation in moorum and moorum with boulder including 50m lead and 1.5m lift with dressing.

2804 Add extra in items 2801 to 2803 above for depth

(a) Beyond 1.5m to 3m

(b) Beyond 3m to 4.5m

(c) Beyond 4.5m to 6m

(d) Beyond 6m to 7.5m

(e) Beyond 7.5m to 9m

(f) Beyond 9m to 10.5m

(g) Beyond 10.5m to 12m

(h) Beyond 12m to 13.5m

(i) Beyond 13.5m to 15m

(j) Beyond 15m to 16.5m

(k) Beyond 16.5m to 18m

(l) Beyond 18m to 19.5m cum 76.00 cum 89.00 cum cum

4.00

5.00 cum 7.00 cum 10.00 cum 12.00 cum 14.00 cum 16.00 cum 19.00 cum 21.00 cum 23.00 cum 25.00 cum 28.00

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Item No. Item

(m) Beyond 19.5m to 21m

(n) Beyond 21m to 22.5m

(o) Beyond 22.5m to 24m

2805 Excavation in disintegrated rock including

50 m lead and 1.5m lift with dressing.

2806 Excavation in soft rock including 50m lead and 1.5m lift with dressing.

2807 Excavation in hard rock including 50m lead and 1.5m lift-

(a) Blasting permitted

(b) Blasting prohibited (i.e. wedged and chiseled).

2808 Add extra in item Nos. 2805 to 2807 above for depth-

(a) Beyond 1.5m to 3m

(b) Beyond 3m to 4.5m

(c) Beyond 4.5m to 6m

(d) Beyond 6m to 7.5m

(e) Beyond 7.5m to 9m

(f) Beyond 9m to 10.5m

(g) Beyond 10.5m to 12m

(h) Beyond 12m to 13.5m

(i) Beyond 13.5m to 15m

(j) Beyond 15m to 16.5m

(k) Beyond 16.5m to 18m

(l) Beyond 18m to 19.5m

(m) Beyond 19.5m to 21m

(n) Beyond 21m to 22.5m

(o) Beyond 22.5m to 24m

(p) Beyond 24m to 25.5m

(q) Beyond 25.5 m to 27m

(r) Beyond 27m to 28.5m

(s) Beyond 28.5m to 30m

Unit Rate

cum 30.00 cum 34.00 cum 37.00 cum 177.00 cum 315.00 cum 562.00 cum 770.00 cum cum

6.00

7.00 cum 11.00 cum 14.00 cum 17.00 cum 20.00 cum 23.00 cum 26.00 cum 30.00 cum 35.00 cum 40.00 cum 44.00 cum 48.00 cum 53.00 cum 56.00 cum 59.00 cum 62.00 cum 65.00 cum 68.00

Remarks

234

CHAPTER 29 - TRANSPORTATION OF MATERIALS

Notes:-

1. The rates include loading and unloading, but exclude stacking unless specifically mentioned in the item. The stacking charges will be payable as per items 516 and 517 of Chapter-5 “Collection of Materials” and item 2906 of this chapter.

2. For fractions of lead, next higher lead shall be payable.

3. Rate for transportation beyond 200m apply for all modes of transportation by road i.e. car, truck or any other means.

4. For finished Items, payments for materials will be made as per quantities shown in appendix-I.

5. For finished items the payment will be made for delivery of materials at specified sites.

6. Measurements: - (a) The following deductions will be made from stack measurement-

(i) Metal, Kankar, gravel, shingle, stone chips and quarry spalls. 8%

(ii) Moorum, sand, boulders, masonry stones, pitching stones and rubble. earth

16%

(b) Metal, moorum and sand for use on road work will be boxed for measurements in boxes measuring 1.5mx1.5mx0.5.

(c) Boulders for use on road work will be stacked in regular stacks measuring 2.5mx5m x0.5m.

(d) For other works if (b) and (c) cannot be followed the materials may be stacked in stack with length and breadth in multiples of 1m.

7. Rates for carting Hume pipes are inclusive of transportation of collars also. The transportation rate for pipe alone is only 92% of the fully rate and 8% is the rate of transportation of collars.

8. Free lead wherever provided is meant for handling or rehandling materials after final carting and hence total lead for all materials carted, wherever admissible, shall be payable without deduction of free lead. However, where the lead involved is 200m or less, the free lead provided in the item should be deducted.

9. For departmental works, if the material to be carted is less than the cart capacity, the full rates, as for full cart or truck may be paid but this should be done only in urgent and unavoidable cases with the approval of the Executive Engineer, in writing.

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Item No. Item Unit

2901 Transportation charges of water for every additional 200m or part thereof, beyond initial lead of 100m for-

(a) Consolidation of earth work

(b) Puddle work

cum of earth work

cum of earth work

(c) Construction of masonry or concrete

(d) Metal consolidation of W.B.M. Road metal

2902 Transportation of metal when total distance is-

cum of masonry or concrete

cum of metal

(1) Up to 200m -

(a) Up to 25m

(b) Add for every additional 25m

(2) More than 200m but up to 500m-

(a) 200m (0.2km)

(b) Add for every additional 50m

(3) More than 0.5km but up to 5km-

(a) 0.5 km

(b) Add for every additional 0.5 km

(4) More than 5 km but up to 10 km-

(a) 5 km

(b) Add for every additional 0.5 km

(5) More than 10km but up to 30km-

(a) 10 km

(b) Add for every additional 1 km

(6) More than 30km but up to 50 km

(a) 30 km

(b) Add for every additional 1 km

(7) More than 50km but up to 100 km

(a) 50 km

(b) Add for every additional 1 km

cum

cum

cum

cum

cum

cum

cum

cum

cum

cum

cum

cum

cum

cum

Rate

23.00

5.50

60.90

6.10

97.20

9.10

178.80

5.50

227.40

4.40

313.80

3.80

389.50

3.30

Remarks

1.80

2.70

9.60

4.20

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Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

(8) 100 km or more -

(a) 100 km cum 551.50

(b) Add for every additional 1 km cum 3.00

2903 Transportation rates for different construction materials :-

S.No. Name of materials

1. Masonry stone

2. Bricks, kankar, stone, chips shingle & excavated materials in disintegrated rock & soft rock

3. Boulder, laterite, rubble, pitching stones, and excavated hard rock.

4. Moorum, sand, earth, surkhi, cement and mortars

5. Lime (Fat), Hydraulic or any other

6. (a) Flag stone 20 to 40 mm thick

(b) Flag stone 40 to 50mm thick

7. Stone slabs or stone lintels of thickness above 50mm

8. Coal, fuel, wood, ironwork, steel,

G.I.sheets, paints, oils, pipes and machinery etc.

9. 120 to 150mm dia ballies

10. 100 to 119mm dia ballies

11. 75 to 99mm dia ballies

12. Sawn timber

13. Mangalore, Burn & Co. cement, sand, pattern tiles. including ridges and hips mosaic and terrazo tiles

14. Single Allahabad or country wheel tiles including ridges and hips.

15. Double Allahabd or double wheel tiles including ridges and hips.

16. Tar, Maxphalt, Asphalt and Bitumen, etc.

17. (a) A.C. big six or trafford roofing sheets

(b) A.C. ridges and hips for item

17(a)

Unit

cum cum cum cum sqm sqm cum

Rates as percentage of metal transportation rate per cum vide item 2902

140% of metal transportation rate

Same as per metal transportation tonne 90% of metal transportation rate m m m cum sqm sqm sqm

115% of metal transportation rate

90% metal transportation rate

70% of metal transportation rate

4% of metal transportation rate

6% of metal transportation rate

140% of metal transportation rate

1.5% of metal transportation rate

0.8% of metal transportation rate

0.3% of metal transportation rate

67% of metal transportation rate

4% of metal transportation rate

6% of metal transportation rate

12% of metal transportation rate tonne 104.5% of metal transportation rate

Well m

1.2%of metal transportation rate

0.8% of metal transportation rate

S.No. Name of materials

18. Bamboos

19. Hume pipes (NP2)-

(a) 80 to 150mm dia

(b) 250 to 300 mm dia

(c) 350 to 450 mm dia

(d) 500 to 600mm dia

(e) 700 to 750 mm dia

(f) 800 to 900 mm dia

(g) 1000 to 1200 mm dia

(h) above 1200 mm dia

20. Hume pipes (NP3)-

(a) 350 to 450mm dia

(b) 500 to 600 mm dia

(c) 700 to 750 mm dia

(d) 800 to 900mm dia

(e) 1000 to 1200 mm dia

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Unit Rates as percentage of metal transportation rate per cum vide item 2902

100m 4% of metal transportation rate m 3% of metal transportation rate m m

7% of metal transportation rate

14% of metal transportation rate m m m m m m m m m m

19% of metal transportation rate

33% of metal transportation rate

46% of metal transportation rate

93% of metal transportation rate

140% of metal transportation rate

20% of metal transportation rate

30% of metal transportation rate

50% of metal transportation rate

70% of metal transportation rate

140% of metal transportation rate

238

2904 Transportation rates for different construction materials under item 2903 for leads from 0.5 to 5 K.M.

S.No. Name of material

1

1 Metal

2

Unit 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

cum 97.20

106.30

115.40

124.50

133.60

142.70

151.80

160.90

170.00

179.10 cum 136.08

148.82

161.56

174.30

187.04

199.78

212.52

225.26

238.00

250.74

3 Bricks, Kankar, stone chips, shingle and excavated material in disintegrated rock or soft rock

4 Boulder, laterite, rubble, pitching stone and excavated hard rock

5 Moorum, sand, earth, surkhi, cement, and mortars

6 Lime (Fat), Hydraulic or dry mortar

7(a) Flag stone 20 to 40 mm thick -

7(b) Flag stone, 40 to 50 mm thick -

8 Stone slab or stone lintels of thickness above 50mm

9 Coal, fuel, wood, iron work, steel,

G.I. sheets, paints, oils, pipes & machinery etc.

10 120 to 150 mm dia ballies

11 100 to 119 mm dia ballies.

12 75 to 99 mm dia ballies cum cum cum 87.48

cum 68.04

sqm sqm

3.89

5.83

cum

97.20

106.30

115.40

124.50

133.60

142.70

151.80

160.90

170.00

179.10

111.78

122.25

132.71

143.18

153.64

164.11

174.57

185.04

195.50

205.97

136.08

148.82

161.56

174.30

187.04

199.78

212.52

225.26

238.00

250.74 tonne m m m

87.48

1.46

0.78

0.29

cum 65.12

95.67

103.86

112.05

120.24

128.43

136.62

144.81

153.00

161.19

74.41

80.78

87.15

93.52

99.89

106.26

112.63

119.00

125.37

4.25

6.38

4.62

6.92

4.98

7.47

5.34

8.02

5.71

8.56

6.07

9.11

6.44

9.65

6.80

10.20

7.16

10.75

95.67

103.86

112.05

120.24

128.43

136.62

144.81

153.00

161.19

1.59

1.73

1.87

2.00

2.14

2.28

2.41

2.55

2.69

0.85

0.32

0.92

0.35

71.22

77.32

1.00

0.37

83.42

1.07

0.40

89.51

1.14

0.43

95.61

1.21

0.46

101.71

1.29

0.48

107.80

1.36

0.51

113.90

1.43

0.54

120.00

14 Mangalore, Burn & Co., cement sand pattern tiles including ridges, hips, mosaic, and terrazzo tiles.

15 Single Allahabad or country wheel tiles including ridges and hips. sqm sqm

3.89

5.83

4.25

6.38

4.62

6.92

4.98

7.47

5.34

8.02

5.71

8.56

6.07

9.11

6.44

9.65

6.80

7.16

10.20

10.75

239

S.No material Unit 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

16 Double Allahabad or double wheel tiles including ridges and hips sqm 11.66

12.76

13.85

14.94

16.03

17.12

18.22

19.31

20.40

21.49

17 Tar, Maxphalt, Asphalt and Bitumen etc. tonne 130.10

139.61

149.12

158.63

168.14

177.65

187.16

18(a) A.C. bigsix or Trafford roofing

18(b)

19 Bamboos

20

21

A.C. ridges and hips for item 18(a)

Hume pipes (NP2)

(a) 80 to 150 mm dia

(b) 250 to 300 mm dia

(c) 350 to 450 mm dia

(d) 500 to 600 mm dia

(e) 700 to 750 mm dia

(f) 800 to 900 mm dia

(g) 1000 to 1200 mm dia

(h) above 1200 mm dia

Hume pipes (NP3)-

(a) 350 to 450 mm dia

(b) 500 to 600 mm dia

(c) 700 to 750 mm dia

(d) 800 to 900 mm dia

(e) 1000 to 1200 mm dia m 0.78

100 3.89

m m m m m m m m

2.92

6.80

13.61

18.47

32.08

44.71

90.40

0.85

4.25

3.19

7.44

14.88

20.20

35.08

48.90

0.92

4.62

3.46

8.08

16.16

21.93

38.08

53.08

1.49

1.00

4.98

3.74

8.72

17.43

23.66

41.09

57.27

1.60

1.07

5.34

4.01

9.35

18.70

25.38

44.09

61.46

1.71

1.14

5.71

4.28

9.99

19.98

27.11

47.09

65.64

1.82

1.21

6.07

4.55

10.63

21.25

28.84

50.09

69.83

1.93

1.29

6.44

4.83

11.26

22.53

30.57

53.10

74.01

2.04

1.36

6.80

5.10

11.90

23.80

32.30

56.10

78.20

2.15

1.43

7.16

5.37

12.54

25.07

34.03

59.10

82.39

98.86

107.32

115.79

124.25

132.71

141.17

149.64

158.10

166.56

136.08

148.82

161.56

174.30

187.04

199.78

212.52

225.26

238.00

250.74 m m m m m

19.44

29.16

48.60

68.04

21.26

31.89

34.62

53.15

23.08

57.70

74.41

80.78

24.90

37.35

62.25

87.15

26.72

40.08

66.80

28.54

42.81

71.35

30.36

45.54

75.90

32.18

48.27

80.45

34.00

51.00

85.00

35.82

53.73

89.55

93.52

99.89

106.26

112.63

119.00

125.37

136.08

148.82

161.56

174.30

187.04

199.78

212.52

225.26

238.00

250.74

Based on Rates vide item 2902

240

Item

No.

2905 Loading and unloading

(1) Unloading of cement from wagon

& stacking on platform

(2) Loading of cement in to wagon from platform & stacking in wagon

(3) Loading of cement in to truck from platform

(4) unloading of cement from truck dumper etc & stacking in stores bag 3.10 bag 3.10 bag 2.20 bag 1.90

(5) Labour only, for loading of metal in truck,dumper etc

Cum 29.10

(6) Labour only, for unloading of metal in truck,dumper etc

Cum 14.10

(7) Labour only for loading for material other than metal and steel in truck and dumper,etc as in

2903

Rs. 9.60 multiplied by the percentage given under item

2903.

(8) Labour only for unloading for material other than metal and steel in truck and dumper,etc

(9) Unloading of steel from wagon & stacking on railway platform

(a) MS bars in coils tonne 205.90

(b) Other than( a) above

(10) Loading of steel from railway platform or store yard into trucks,dumper,etc. tonne 154.50

(a) MS bars in coils

(b) Other than( a) above as in

2903

Rs. 4.80 multiplied by the percentage given under item

2903. tonne 154.50 tonne 100.40

241

Item

No.

(11) Unloading of steel from truck dumper, etc. tonne

(12) Bending steel bars of dia 16mm and above and more than 6m length into halves for carriage purpose. tonne

(13) Stacking steel bars in store yard tonne

(14) Stacking of cement bags

(15) Extra rate for loading in truck, dumper, etc. for NP2 pipes (dia above 400mm), NP3 pipes and heavy pieces of other materials

(each piece of more than 300kg) tonne as in

2903 as in

2903

(16) Extra rate for unloading from truck dumper, etc. for NP2 pipes (dia above 400mm) NP3 pipes and heave pieces of other materials (each piece of more then 300kg)

2906 Stacking of materials vide S.No.(5) to

(18) of item No. 2903 as in

2903

61.80

82.20

133.90

0.80

50% of the amount arrived at vide item

2905 (7)

50% of the amount arrived at vide item

2905 (8)

15.5* %of

2903

242

CHAPET 30 – WATER SUPPLY

Notes-

1. Rates include all lead and lifts for all materials.

2.

3.

The materials used shall conform to the relevant I.S.S.

The rates for pipeline, include laying of pipeline below ground or fixed to the walls, steel tubing’s with steel socket joints, together with all tube fittings (such as bends, elbows, tees, reducers, plugs, unions, sleeve pieces, etc.) and fixing complete with holder-batclamps or wall-hooks (when pipe is fixed in chases), wooden plugs, making holes in the walls for crossing the pipe and repairing the same with cement mortar 1:3 to the original condition, excavation of trenches of required depth and width in all types of soils, refilling the trenches, with surface properly dressed and rammed.

4. The rates for laying and fixing include all labour and materials, tools and plants other than tubes and fittings.

Measurements:-

(i) All work shall be measured net as fixed to the nearest 0.01 m unless otherwise stated.

(ii) The pipeline shall be measured net as fixed, including the length of all fittings

(measured along the center line) and no allowance shall be made for wastage

5.

l.S. No.

etc.

The following Indian Standards may be referred to: -

Title

554-1999

778-1984

781-1984

782-1978

1068-1993

Dimensions for pipe threads where pressure joints are required on the threads (fourth revision) (with amendment No. 1).

Copper alloy gate, globe and check valves for water supply purposes

(fourth revision). (reaffirmed 2005)

Cast copper alloy screw-down bib taps and stop valves for water services

(third revision) (with amendment No. 1).

(reaffirmed 2005)

Caulking lead (third revision). (reaffirmed 2003)

Electroplated coating of nickel and chromium on iron and steel (first revision) (with amendment Nos. 1 & 2). (reaffirmed 2006)

1172-1993 Code of basic requirements for water supply, drainage and sanitation

(second revision).

1239 Mild steel tubes, tubular and other wrought steel fittings –

1239-(Pt-I) 2004 Part – I – Mild steel tubes (fifth revision) (with amendment No. 1).

1239 (Pt-II) 1992 Part – II – Mild steel tubular and other wrought steel pipe fittings (second revision).

1711-1984 Self – closing taps (first revision) (with amendments 1 & 2) (reaffirmed

2005).

1795-1982

2065-1983

Pillar taps for water supply purposes (first revision) (with amendments 1 &

4). (reaffirmed 2005).

Code of practice for water supply in buildings (IInd revision).

243

2629-1985

2692-1983

4346-1982

4736-1986

9763-2000

Recommended practice for hot dip galvanising of iron and steel.

(reaffirmed 2001).

Ferrules for water services ( IInd revision). (Reaffirmed 2003).

Washers for water taps for cold water services (reaffirmed 2005).

Hot-dip zinc coating on steel tubes. (reaffirmed 2006).

Plastic bib taps and stop valves (rising spindle for cold water services).

(reaffirmed 2005).

3002

3003

Item No.

3001

Item

Providing and fixing galvanised mild steel tubes (Medium Grade) IS:1239

Part – I – 1979, complete with fittings and clamps, including cutting and making good the walls, etc. complete

(internal works) -

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

(d) 32 mm dia

(e) 40 mm dia

(f) 50 mm dia

Labour only for item No. 3001

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

(d) 32 mm dia

(e) 40 mm dia

(f) 50 mm dia

Fixing G.I. pipeline, with all materials except pipe, fittings and clamps but including making good the walls and floors etc. complete (for item 3001) -

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

(d) 32 mm dia

(e) 40 mm dia

(f) 50 mm dia

Unit

m m m m m m m m m m m m

Rate

131.00

166.00

231.00

276.00

312.00

362.00

22.00

25.00

27.00

31.00

40.00

49.00

G.I. pipe fittings and clamps will be supplied by the department

24.00

27.00 m m m m

30.00

35.00 m 44.00 m 54.00

Remarks

244

3007

3005

3006

Item No.

3004

Item

Providing and fixing galvanised mild steel tubes (Medium Grade), IS :1239

(Part - I) – 1979, complete with fittings, including trenching and re-filling etc. complete (external works) :-

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

(d) 32 mm dia

(e) 40 mm dia

(f) 50 mm dia

(g) 65 mm dia

(h) 80 mm dia

(i) 100 mm dia

Labour only for item No. 3004

(a) 15 mm to 20 mm dia

(b) 25 mm to 32 mm dia

(c) 40 mm to 50 mm dia

(d) 65 mm to 100 mm dia

Laying G.I. pipe line with all materials except pipe, fittings and clamps but including excavation of trenches and refilling etc. complete (for item 3004) -

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

(d) 32 mm dia

(e) 40 mm dia

(f) 50 mm dia

(g) 65 mm dia

(h) 80 mm dia

(i) 100 mm dia

Providing and fixing in position best

Indian make copper alloy gate, globe and check valve (class I), I.S: 7780-

1980 with iron wheel head etc. complete.

Unit

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

Rate Remarks

118.00

149.00

212.00

251.00

281.00

320.00

389.00

480.00

609.00

14.00

18.00

21.00

25.00

Pipe fittings and clamps will be supplied by the department.

15.00

16.00

20.00

20.00

24.00

25.00

29.00

31.00

32.00

245

3010

Item No.

3008

3009

3011

3012

Item Unit Rate Remarks

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

(d) 32 mm dia

(e) 40 mm dia

(f) 50 mm dia

(g) 65 mm dia

(h) 80 mm dia each each each each each each each each

220.00

320.00

396.00

451.00

594.00

974.00

1815.00

2387.00

(i) 100 mm dia

Labour only for item 3007 -

(a) Up to 50 mm dia

(b) Above 50 mm dia

Fixing in position copper alloy gate, globe and check valve, including all materials except valve and G.I. collar

(as per item 3007) etc. complete-

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

(d) 32 mm dia

(e) 40 mm dia

(f) 50 mm dia

(g) 65 mm dia

(h) 80 mm dia each each each each each each each each each each each

4238.00

55.00

99.00

69.00

77.00

83.00

87.00

99.00

130.00

239.00

285.00

(i) 100 mm dia

Providing and fixing in position 150x150 mm G.I. best Indian make heavy duty surface box including, laying on 75 mm thick C.C. 1:5:8 embedding in II class

T.M. brick masonry in C.M. 1:3 complete with all materials.

Labour only for item 3010

Providing and fixing in position ferrule for water services, IS : 2692 – 1978, with G.I. mouth cover including boring, taping the main etc. complete -

(a) 10 mm to 15 mm dia (for 15 mm pipes) each each each

436.00

534.00

68.00 each 291.00

Valves and G.I. collar will be supplied by the department.

246

3015

3016

3017

Item No.

3013

3014

Item

(b) 15 mm to 20 mm dia (for 20 mm pipes)

(c) 20 mm to 25 mm dia (for 25 mm pipes)

Labour only for item 3012

Providing and fixing best Indian make

G.I. elbow, IS : 1239 (Part II) 1969, with all materials complete -

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

(d) 32 mm dia

(e) 40 mm dia

(f) 50 mm dia

(g) 65 mm dia

(h) 80 mm dia

(i) 100 mm dia

Labour only for item 3014 -

(a) Up to 65 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 100 mm dia

Providing and fixing best Indian make

G.I. Tee equal, IS : 1239 Pat II 1969, complete with all materials -

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

(d) 32 mm dia

(e) 40 mm dia

(f) 50 mm dia

(g) 65 mm dia

(h) 80 mm dia

(i) 100 mm dia

Labour only for item 3016 -

(a) Up to 50 mm dia

(b) 65 mm dia

Unit

each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each

Rate

each 349.00 each 425.00

151.00

26.00

31.00

38.00

57.00

69.00

100.00

142.00

204.00

399.00

9.00

11.00

25.00

30.00

36.00

45.00

59.00

81.00

115.00

159.00

242.00

439.00

8.00

12.00

Remarks

247

3019

3020

Item No.

3018

3021

3022

3023

3024

Item

(c) 80 mm dia

(d) 100 mm dia

Providing and fixing in position best

Indian make G.I. bend, IS : 1239 Part II

1969, complete with all materials -

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

(d) 32 mm dia

(e) 40 mm dia

(f) 50 mm dia

(g) 65 mm dia

(h) 80 mm dia

(i) 100 mm dia

Labour only for item 3018 -

(a) Up to 50 mm dia

(b) 65 mm dia

(c) 80 mm dia

(d) 100 mm dia

Providing and fixing copper alloy bib cock, IS : 781 – 1977, complete with all materials -

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

Labour only for item 3020 -

Providing and fixing copper alloy cock, complete with all materials -

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

Labour only for item 3022 -

Providing and fixing chromium plated bib cock, complete with all materials -

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

Unit

each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each

Rate

17.00

22.00

31.00

38.00

53.00

80.00

87.00

104.00

247.00

344.00

728.00

7.00

10.00

13.00

24.00

220.00

360.00

618.00

8.00

223.00

362.00

621.00

8.00

493.00

674.00

Remarks

248

3029

3030

Item No.

3025

3026

3027

3028

Item

(c) 25 mm dia

Labour only for item 3024-

Providing and fixing in position best

Indian make self closing heavy push cock, IS : 1711- 1970, complete with all materials -

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

Labour only for item 3026-

Providing and fixing in position best

Indian make G.I. complete with all materials -

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

(d) 32 mm dia

(e) 40 mm dia

(f) 50 mm dia

(g) 65 mm dia

(h) 80 mm dia

(i) 100 mm dia

Labour only for item 3028-

(a) up to 50 mm dia

(b) 65 mm dia

(c) 80 mm dia

(d) 100 mm dia

Providing and fixing in position G.I.

Union. IS : 1239 Part II – 1969, with all materials complete -

(a) 15 mm dia

(b) 20 mm dia

(c) 25 mm dia

(d) 32 mm dia

(e) 40 mm dia

(f) 50 mm dia

(g) 65 mm dia

Unit

each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each

Rate

883.00

8.00

Remarks

216.00

333.00

513.00

8.00

31.00

41.00

48.00

61.00

80.00

113.00

155.00

206.00

268.00

7.00

9.00

13.00

24.00

62.00

65.00

86.00

121.00

177.00

254.00

393.00

249

Item No.

3031

3032

3033

3034

Item

(h) 80 mm dia

(i) 100 mm dia

Labour only for item 3030-

(a) up to 65 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 100 mm dia

Providing and fixing chromium plated shower rose with 15 mm or 20-mm inlet complete.

Labour only for item 3032-

Providing and fixing water tight washer for bib cock and stop cocks –

(a) Leather of approved quality.

(b) Fibber of approved quality. each each each

Unit Rate

each each each

639.00

898.00

9.00 each each

11.00

25.00 each 393.00

Remarks

9.00

4.00

8.00

250

CHAPET 31 – SEWERAGE AND DRAINAGE

Notes-

1. Rates include all leads and lifts for all materials.

2.

3.

The materials used shall conform to relevant I.S.S.

The rates include, wherever necessary, conveyance and delivery, handling, loading, unloading, storing, fabrication, hoisting, all necessary labour for finishing to required shape and size, fitting and fixing in position, cutting and waste and other incidental

4. operations.

In case of septic tanks, items pertaining to excavation, concrete and masonry shall be

paid as per relevant chapters.

(i) All work shall be measured net as fixed to the nearest 0.01 m unless otherwise specified.

(ii) The pipe line shall be measured net as fixed, inclusive of all joints (measured along the center line) and no allowance shall be made for wastage etc.

(iii) Length of fittings shall not be included with measured length of the pipe line.

6. The following Indian Standards may be referred to: -

l.S. No. Title

651-1992

1626

Salt-glazed stone ware pipes and fittings (fifth revision).Re 2003

Asbestos cement building pipes, pipe fittings, gutters and gutter fittings and roofing fittings.

1626(Pt. I) 1994 Pipes and pipe fittings (IInd revision). Re 2005

1626(Pt. I) 1994 Gutters and gutter fittings (IInd revision). Re 2005

1726-1991 Cast iron manhole covers and frames.(IIIrd revision) Re 2005

1726(Pt. I) 1974 General requirements (second revision).

1726(Pt. II) 1974 Specific requirements for H. D. circular type (second revision).

1726(Pt. IV) 1974 Specific requirements for M. D. circular type (second revision). (with amendment No. 1).

1726(Pt. V) 1974 Specific requirements for M. D. rectangular type (second revision).

1726(Pt. VI sec.-

1) 1974

1726 (pt. VI/Sec.

2) 1974

Specific requirements for L.D. rectangular type, Sec. 1 single seal (second revision).

Specific requirements for L.D. rectangular type Sec 2 Double seal (Second revision)

1726 (Pt. VII/ sec.- 1 )1974

Specific requirements for L.D. square type, Sec. 1 single seal (first revision).

2470 Code of practice for design and construction of septic tanks –

2470 (Pt. I )1985 Small installations (IInd revision). Re 2001

2470 (pt. II) 1985 Large installations (IInd revision). Re 2001

251

2527-1984

4127-1983

5329-1983

5455-1969

5961-1970

9872-1981

Code of practice for fixing rain water gutters and down pipes for roof drainage. Re 2000

Code of practice for laying of glazed stoneware pipes. Re 2001

Code of practice for sanitary pipe work above ground for buildings (with amendment No. 1). Re 2001

Cast iron steps for manholes. Re 2003

Cast iron gratings for drainage purpose. Re 2003

Precast concrete septic tanks. Re 2007

Item No. Item Unit

3101 Providing and fixing on wall face asbestos cement building pipes conforming to IS: 1626 (Pt. l). including jointing with gasket or hemp yarn soaked in bitumen and cement mortar1:2 including making necessary holes in walls and making it good, holder bat clamps etc; complete -

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

3102

3103

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

Labour only for item 3101

Fixing in position A.C. pipe with all materials except A.C. pipe and holder bat clamps etc; complete as per item

3101-

3104

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

Providing and fixing in position A. C. pipe fittings conforming to IS : 1626 (Pt.

II) including jointing with gasket or hemp yarn soaked in bitumen and cement mortar 1:2 including making necessary holes in walls holder bat clamps etc; complete -

(i) A. C. plain bend -

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia each each m m m m m m m m m

Rate

172.00

147.00

127.00

107.00

23.00

38.00

37.00

35.00

33.00

231.00

206.00

Remarks

252

Item No. Item

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

(ii) Plug bend-

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

(iii) Single equal junction -

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

(iv) A. C. plug single junction -

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

(v) Double equal junction -

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

(vi) Double plug junction -

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

(vii) Plain off sets of swan neck with 75 mm projection -

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

(viii) Plain off sets of swan neck with

100 mm projection - each each each each

Unit

each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each

Rate

346.00

592.00

536.00

476.00

444.00

627.00

570.00

513.00

479.00

190.00

182.00

262.00

241.00

218.00

203.00

423.00

373.00

350.00

328.00

452.00

405.00

371.00

Remarks

232.00

196.00

194.00

303.00

253

3107

Item No.

3105

3106

Item

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

(ix) A. C. Shoes -

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

(x) A. C. loose socket -

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

Labour only for item No. 3104-

(a) Bends off – sets or swan neck shoes

(b) A. C. plain equal junction and plug junction.

(c) Double equal junction and plug junction

(d) Loose socket.

Providing and fixing in position A. C. cowls conforming to IS : 1626 (Pt. II) with gasket and cement caulked joints etc; complete -

A – Slotted vent Cowls -

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

B – Cone cap cowls -

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 80 mm dia

(c) 60 mm dia

(d) 50 mm dia

Labour only for item 3106 -

Unit

each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each

Rate

246.00

214.00

182.00

164.00

211.00

190.00

182.00 each each each

175.00

62.00

55.00 each each each

54.00

53.00

34.00 each 68.00 each 120.00

8.00

135.00

130.00

123.00

117.00

152.00

147.00

140.00

128.00

11.00

Remarks

254

Item No. Item

3108

3109

3110

Providing and fixing in position 60 cm long A. C. drain spout, 1626 (Pt. II), complete including making holes in walls repairing the same in C.M. 1:2

(invert level of the spout to be 25 mm below the top of the slab level):-

(a) 50 mm dia

(b) 75 mm dia

Labour only for item 3108 –

Providing and fixing in position 100 mm dia salt glazed, stone ware pipes, IS:

651 (Grade ~ ‘A’), half jointed with cement caulked joints in C.M. 1:3 laid in proper gradient etc; complete including filling 40 mm metal up to 30 cms, below ground level, providing bamboo matting, gober leaped on both sides filling earth from spoils in trenches, for disposal trenches, up to 1.2 m depth.

3111 Add extra rate for item 3110 for additional depth of 30 cm.

3112

3113

Labour only for item 3110 -

Providing and laying in position bamboo matting in disposal trenches including gober leaping on both sides complete.

3114

3115

3116

Labour only for item 3113 -

Providing and fixing in position 100 mm dia half round salt glazed S.W. pipes IS

: 651 (Grade - A), for surface drain embedded in 40 cm x 10 cm. base cement concrete 1:5:8 and jointed with cement mortar 1:3 complete.

Labour only for item 3115 -

3117

3118

3119

Providing and fixing in position 15 cm half round S.W. pipe, IS : 651 (Grade -

A), 60 cm long, with cement mortar 1:2 embedded in cement concrete 1:5:8 with 40 mm metal complete.

Labour only for item 3117 -

Providing laying and fixing in position salt glazed S.W. full round pipe, IS: 651

(Grade - A), with cement mortar 1:2 with spun yarn or gasket laid under ground

Unit

each each

116.00

139.00 each 18.00 m 316.00 m 9.80 m 13.00 sqm 23.00 sqm 2.20 m 188.00 m 9.00 m 311.00 m

Rate

18.00

Remarks

255

Item No. Item

over 15 cm cement concrete 1:4:8 and encased in proper gradient including excavation of trenches up to 2 m depth-

3120

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 150 mm dia

Add extra to item 3119 for every extra

0.3 m depth.

3121

3122

Labour only for item 3119 –

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 150 mm dia

Providing and fixing in position S. W. intercepting traps with square ends to interception arm for building flush into manholes and setting in cement concrete 1:5:8 (40 mm graded metal) of width and thickness as for pipes of the same dia and hunching after setting, clearing arms to include – glazed ware stopper – with G.I. chain hook and ring complete -

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 150 mm dia

3123

3124

3125

3126

Labour only for item 3122 -

Providing and fixing in position 100 mm dia C.I. nahani trap with hinged perforated cover complete with gasket and caulked joints, including making necessary chases and holes in floors and walls and repairing the same to original condition complete –

Labour only for item 3124 –

3127

Providing and fixing square mouthed

S.W. gully trap, IS : 651, (Grade ‘A’) complete with C.I. grating brick masonry chamber and water tight C.I. cover frame 30x30 cm size (in side) the weight of cover to be not less than 4.53 kg and frame be not less than 2.72 kg as per standard design including excavation etc; complete –

Labour only for item 3126

Unit

m m

Rate

464.00

519.00 m 10.90 m m

20.00

24.70 each each

587.00

627.00 each 201.00 each 221.00 each 68.00 each 831.00 each 337.00

Remarks

256

Item No.

3128

3129

Item Unit Rate

Constructing manhole in brick masonry in C.M. 1:5 with RCC top slab in 1:2: 4 mix, with graded metal of 20 mm maximum size, Foundation concrete

1:4:8 mix, with graded metal of maximum size 40 mm,12 mm. thick plastering in C.M. 1:3 finished with a floating coat of neat cement and making channels in cement concrete 1:2:4 mix, with aggregate of maximum size 20 mm neatly finished complete -

(a) Inside size 90x80 cm and 45 cm deep including C.I. cover with frame

(light duty) 445x610 mm internal dimensions, total wt of cover and frame

38 kg (weight of cover 23 kg and wt. of frame 15 kg.).

(b) Inside size 90x80 cm and 60 cm deep including C.I. cover with frame

(light duty) 445x610 mm internal dimensions, total wt of cover and frame

38 kg (weight of cover 23 kg and wt. of frame 15 kg.). each 4832.00 each 5186.00

(c) Inside size 1.2 m x 90 cm and 90 cm deep including C.I. cover with frame

(medium duty) 500mm internal diameter, total wt of cover and frame to be not less than 116 kg (weight of cover

58 kg and wt. of frame 58 kg.). each 11047.00 each 17218.00 (d) Inside size 1.2 m x 90 cm and 90 cm deep including C.I. cover with frame

(heavy duty) 560 mm internal diameter, total wt of cover and frame to be not less than 255 kg (weight of cover 140 kg and wt. of frame 115 kg.).

Providing and fixing in position C.I. manhole cover and frames, IS :7267 embedded in RCC cover and slab all exposed edges rounded and finished in

CM 1:3 etc; complete - each 1359.00 (a) Fixing manhole cover light duty with frame 38 kg.

(b) Fixing manhole cover with heavy duty with frame 116 kg. each 4836.00

Remarks

257

Item No.

3130

3131

3132

Item

Providing and fixing in position C.I. stand and steps (IS: 5455).

Providing and fixing in position 100 mm

S. W. glazed “Tee” with necessary clamps etc; in septic tanks.

Labour only for item 3131 –

Unit Rate

each 62.00 each 334.00 each 108.00

Remarks

258

CHAPTER 32 - SANITARY FITTINGS

3.

4.

Note: -

1. The rates include –

(a) All lead and lifts for all materials.

(b) Cost of labour for installation, materials, tools and plants necessary to complete the job.

(c) Cost of making holes in walls, excavation, cutting of floors and making good the same to its original condition.

2. The rates also, include, wherever necessary, conveyance and delivery, handling, loading and unloading, storing, fabrication, hoisting, all necessary labour for finishing to required shape and size, fitting and fixing in position, cutting and waste and other incidental operations.

The materials shall confirm to relevant ISS.

The following Indian Standards may be referred to :-

l.S. No. Title

771 (Pt. ll) - 1985 Glazed fire – clay sanitary appliances, Pt. ll Specific requirements of kitchen and laboratory sinks (third revision).Re1998

772-1973 General requirements for enameled cast iron sanitary appliances (second revision)(with amendment No.1). Re2003

774-2004

775-1970

Flushing cisterns for water – closets and urinals (valve less syphonic type)

(fifth revision) (with amendment Nos. 1 to 5).

Cast iron brackets and supports for wash basins and sinks (second revision). Re2000

2064-1993

2326-1987

2548-1996

Code of practice for selection, installation and maintenance of sanitary appliances (second revision). Re2002

Automatic flushing cisterns for urinals (IInd revision). Re2003

Plastic water closet seats and covers (fifth revision). Re2006

2556- Vitreous sanitary appliances (vitreous china).

2556 (Pt. l) 1994 General requirements (third revision) (with amendment No. l).

2556-(Pt. ll) 1994 Specific requirements of wash down water – closets (fourth revision).

Re1999

2556-(Pt. lll) 1994 Specific requirements of squatting pans (fourth revision).

2556-(Pt.lV) 1994 Specific requirements of wash basins (third revision). Re1999

2556(Pt.V) - 1994 Specific requirements of laboratory sink (IInd revision). Re1999

Specific requirements of urinals Section 1. Bowl type (IV revision). Re1998 2556(Pt.Vl/

Sec.l)- 1995

2556(Pt.Vl/

Sec.ll)- 1995

Specific requirements of urinals Section 2. Half stall urinals

(Second revision).

259 l.S. No.

2556(Pt.Vl/

Sec.lll)- 1995

2556(Pt.Vl/

Sec.lV)- 1995

2556(Pt.Vl/

Sec.V)- 1995

Title

Specific requirements of urinals Section 3. Squatting plates.

Specific requirements of urinals Section 4. Partition slabs (second revision)

(with amendment No. l).

Specific requirements of urinals Section 5. Waste fittings (second revision).

2556(Pt.Vl/

Sec.Vl)- 1995

Specific requirements of urinals Section 6. Water spreaders for half stall urinals (second revision).

2556(Pt.Vll)- 1995 Specific requirements of half round channel (IIIrd revision). Re1998

2556(Pt.Vlll)-1995 Specific requirements of syphonic wash-down water closets (IV revision)

(with amendment No. l.) Re1998

2556(Pt. lX)-1995 Specific requirements of bidets (IV revision). Re2000

2556(Pt. X)-1979 Specific requirements of foot rests (second revision).

2556(Pt. Xl)-1973 Specific requirements for floor traps.

2556(Pt.Xlll)-1973 Specific requirements of traps for squatting pans (with amendment No. 1).

2556(Pt.XlV)1995

2556(Pt.XV)-1995

Specific requirements of traps for integrated squatting pans (with amendment No. 1). Re2005

Specific requirements of universal water closets (with amendment No. l and 2). Re1999

2963-1979 Copper alloy waste – fittings for wash basins and sinks (first revision).

Re2003

3311-1979 Waste plug and it’s accessories for sinks and wash basins (first revision)

Re2003

5961-1970

7231-1974

8718-1978

8727-1978

9440-1979

Cast iron gratings for drainage purposes (reaffirmed 2003).

Plastic flushing cisterns (valve less syphonic type) for water closets and urinals.(II revision) Re2004

Vitreous enameled steel kitchen sinks. Re2000

Vitreous enameled steel wash basins. Re2000

9758-1981

Vitreous sanitary appliances (vitreous china) methods of sampling of.

Re2000

Flush valves and fittings for water closets and urinals. Re2003

Item No.

3201

Item

Providing and fixing white vitreous china water closet squatting pan (Indian type)

580 mm size, IS: 2556 (Pt. II), with “P” or “S” trap with pair of foot rest,

25x13x3 cm, in white vitreous china,

12.5 liters mosquito proof C.I. flushing cistern, IS: 774, with 15 mm lead inlet and overflow with 15 mm lead inlet connection not less than 40 cm in length and 15 mm C.P. brass heavy stop cock IS : 781, G.I pull and chain,

Unit Rate

each 4768.00

Remarks

260

Item No. Item

32 mm galvanised steel telescopic flush pipe or one piece 40 mm lead pipe with

G.I. clamps and brass unions, 15 mm overflow pipe with necessary brass fittings and G.I. clamps for fitting it to wall, up to floor level, including all soldered and other joints filling of brick lime coba under the pan, making the holes in floors and walls and repairing the same with C.M. 1:3 plaster, repairing etc; to the original condition and approved type painting of system pipes and fittings complete.

3202

3203

Labour only for item No. 3201

Dry flush sweeper less latrine for single unit complete, with all accessories, water seal arrangement, 50 mm dia vent pipe, wire cowl 15 cm x 10 cm dia outlet pipe, complete to be connected to a septic tank, inclusive of all labour, material and transport expenses etc. complete as per specifications.

3204

3205

3206

Unit

each

Rate

376.00 each 2250.00

Dry flush sweeper less latrine for two or more units complete, with all accessories, water seal arrangement,

50 mm dia vent pipe, wire cowl 15 cm x

10 cm dia outlet pipe, fitted to septic tank or soak pit etc., inclusive of all labour, material and transport expenses etc. complete as per specifications. each 2125.00

Providing and fixing in position, white vitreous china (India type) 580 mm

W.C. pan, IS: 2556 (Pt. II), with – “P” or

“S” trap including removing the existing

W.C. pan, if necessary, and making connection with other accessories such as flush pipe, outlet pipe and anti syphonic pipe fittings in cement concrete 1:4:8 in W.C. room, complete including making chases and holes in walls and floors, repairing the same in cement mortar 1:3 plastering etc. to the original condition and painting of fittings etc; complete. each 1764.00 each 135.00 Labour only for item 3205

Remarks

261

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3207 Providing and fixing in position,

25x13x3 cm pair of white vitreous china foot rest, IS: 2556 (Pt. X), for squatting pan closet including removing the existing foot rest, if any, and making chases in floors and repairing the same in CM. 1:3.

3208

3209

Labour only for item 3207 each 205.00

Providing and fixing 12.5 liters high level G.I. flushing cistern IS: 774, with all integral fittings such as ball valves, ball lever, G.I. chain and pull complete, removing the existing cistern and brackets, if necessary, and making connection with the cistern to the flush pipe inlet and overflow pipes etc; complete including making necessary chases and holes in walls and repairing the same in cement mortar 1:3 to it’s original condition and painting of cistern and fittings complete. each 14.00 each 1678.00

3210 each 8739.00

3211

Providing and fixing in position white vitreous flat back or wall corner type lipped (range of 3 units) front urinal basin of 43x26x35 cm and 34x43x26.5 cm sizes respectively, IS : 2556 (Pt.-VI), with 10 litter’s C.I. automatic flushing cistern, IS : 774, with fittings, R.S. or

C.I. brackets, standard size C.I. flush pipe for back and front flush standard spreader pipes with fittings G.I. clamps, white vitreous tiling, 1200 mm high to front and side walls with white vitreous china tiles, corners and angle set in neat cement, standard urinal C.I. trap

65 mm dia with vent arm and outlet grating and coupling in C.P. brass complete., including painting the cistern and fittings, cuttings and making good the walls and floors etc; where required.

Providing and fixing in position white vitreous flat back lipped urinals (range of 2 units) size 43x26x35 cm, IS: 2556

(Pt. VI) with 10 litter’s C.I. automatic flushing cistern, IS : 774, with fittings,

RS or C.I. brackets, standard size C.I. flush pipe for back and front flush with spreader pipes with fittings G.I. clamps, each 5504.00

Remarks

262

Item No. Item

white vitreous tiling, 1200 mm high to front and side walls with white vitreous china tiles, corners and angles set in neat cement, standard urinal C.I. trap

65 mm dia with vent arm and outlet grating and coupling in C.P. brass trap and unions complete., including painting of the cistern and fittings, cuttings and making good the walls and floors etc; where required.

3212 Providing and fixing in position white vitreous flat back lipped urinals (range of one unit) size 43x26x35 cm IS : 2556

(Pt.-VI), with 5 litter’s capacity C.I. automatic flushing cistern, IS : 774, with fittings, R.S. or C.I. brackets, standard size C.I. flush pipe for back and front flush with spreader pipes with fittings

G.I. clamps, white vitreous tiling, 1200 mm high to front and side walls with white vitreous china tiles, corners and angles set in neat cement, standard urinal C.I. trap 65 mm dia with vent arm and outlet grating and coupling in C.P. brass trap and unions complete., including painting the cistern and fittings, cuttings and making good the walls and floors etc; where required.

3213

3214

3215

3216

3217

3218

Unit Rate

each 3246.00

Labour only for item 3210

Labour only for item 3211

Labour only for item 3216

Providing and fixing in position high level C.I. automatic flushing cistern with corner brass regulating supply tap and wings for screwing to walls or C.I. painted brackets including making each each

953.00

682.00

Labour only for item 3212 each 443.00

Providing and fixing white vitreous flat back lipped urinal 44x36.5 x27.5 cm size, removing the existing urinal, if necessary, making connection of the urinal to its accessories such as inlet pipe, trap etc, complete including making holes in walls repairing the same in C.M. 1:3 plastering etc. to the original condition and approved paintings of fittings etc; complete. each 1284.00 each 101.00

Remarks

263

Item No. Item

necessary, holes in walls and repairing the same in C.M. 1:3 plastering etc; to its original condition, making connection of the cistern to flush pipe/and over flow pipe etc. and removing the existing cistern, if necessary, and approved painting of cistern and accessories complete-

(a) 15 litres

(b) 10 litres

3219

3220

3221

3222

(c) 5 litres

Labour only for item 3218

Fixing only in position flat back lipped urinals range with all the accessories as detailed in item 3210, 3211 and 3212 including all soldered and other joints making chases and other holes in floors and walls repairing the same with cement mortar 1:3 plastering etc; to the original condition approved painting of cistern and fittings etc; complete.

Unit

each each each each

Rate

2104.00

1534.00

1078.00

133.00

(a) 3 unit

(b) 2 unit

(c) 1 unit

Fixing only in position flat back lipped urinal basin, removing of the existing urinals basin, if necessary, making connection to the flush pipe, waste pipe etc; complete, including making holes, in walls repairing the same with C.M.

1:3 plastering etc; to the original condition complete.

Fixing only, in position C.I. flushing cistern, removing the existing cistern and brackets, if necessary, making connection of the cistern to the flush pipe, etc; complete including making necessary chases and holes in walls, repairing the same in cement mortar 1:3 plastering etc; to the original condition, approved painting of cistern complete. each each each each each 341.00

Remarks

1177.00

906.00 cistern, C.I. brackets, Flush pipe spreaders,

G.I. branches 32 mm lead waste pipe thimble and socket piece, 15 mm lead connection, to be supplied by the department.

668.00

225.00 Urinal basin will be supplied by the, department.

264

Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

3223

3224

Painting the cistern with anticorrosive paint inside and white paint over a coat of ready mixed primer of approved quality on the out side surface of cistern flush pipe, brackets and other fittings.

Providing and fixing white vitreous china wash basin 55x40 cm size, IS: 2556

(Pt-IV), with R.S. or C.I. bracket, conforming to I.S. 775, painted with enamel or aluminum paint, 15 mm C.P. brass pillar taps and C.P. brass chain with rubber plug, 32 mm brass waste coupling, 15 mm lead inlet connection with less than 40 cm in length with 15 mm dia brass heavy duty stop cock, 32 mm G.I. trap and brass cleaning thimble up to and outside wall till gully trap or drain pipe with G.I. clips including 40 mm G.I. pipe sleeve previously embedded in correct position complete with all joints and making chases and holes in floors repairing the same with

CM 1:3 plastering etc; to the original condition and painting of fittings etc. complete. each 189.00 each 2280.00

3225

3226

Labour only for item No. 3224 each 180.00

Fixing only, in position, wash basin and its accessories, complete, with necessary soldered and other joints making chases and holes in walls, floors and repairing the same in CM. 1:3 plastering etc; to the original condition including painting of fittings etc; complete. brackets pillar tap

& 32 mm waste coupling with plug

& chain 15 mm lead inlet connection 15 mm brass heavy stop cock 32 mm lead waste pipe as per item 3224, to be supplied by the department. each 100.00 3227 Fixing only in position wash basin excluding its accessories, but including making chases and holes in walls and repairing the same in C.M. 1:3 plastering etc; to the original condition making connection of basin to waste pipe and removing the existing basin safely If necessary, and painting of fittings etc. complete.

265

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3228 Providing and fixing white glazed vitreous china lavatory basin, without brackets and other accessories but including making necessary holes and chases in walls and floor, repairing of the same in C.M. 1:3 plastering etc, to the original condition, making connection of the basin to waste pipe, each 1123.00 including the painting of fittings etc; complete in all respects as per item

3224.

3229 each 48.00

3230

Providing and fixing C.P. chain and 32 mm hard rubber plug only for wash basin complete.

Providing and fixing in position 15-mm nozzle chromium plated screw down pillar valve, fitted and fixed to the basin complete. each 212.00

3231

3232

Providing and fixing 32 mm C.P. brass waste coupling including making connection to the waste pipe, etc; each 104.00

Providing and fixing ‘P’ or ‘S’ trap C.P. below the wash basin including making necessary connection to waste pipe and waste coupling complete. each 202.00

3233

3234

3235

Labour only for item 3228

Providing and fixing in position laboratory type plain edge sink of white fire clay I.S. : 771 – (Pt. II), with outlet and their overflow, enamel aluminum painted C.I. brackets, fixed to wall with wooden blocks 40 mm C.P. waste coupling with C.P. chain 50 cm long and hard rubber plug, 40 mm G.I. waste pipe with G.I. trap and brass cleaning thimble up to the outside of wall till gully trap or drain pipe with G.I. pipe sleeve previously embedded in correct position complete with all joints and making chases and holes in floors and walls repairing the same with C.M. 1:3 plastering and coloring and painting of fittings etc; complete - each

(a) Sink 60x45x20 cm

(b) Sink 45x30x15 cm.

Labour only for item 3234

84.00 each 4211.00 each 2802.00 each 437.00

Remarks

266

Item No.

3236

3237

Item

Fixing only in position laboratory type plain edge sink with all materials as detailed in 3234 excluding sink, C.I. brackets, 15 mm brass coupling with plug and chain, 40 mm C.I. pipe complete including soldered and other joints making chases and holes in floor’s and walls repairing the same in

C.M. 1:3 plastering etc; complete.

Providing and fixing in position kitchen plain edge sink white fire clay, IS: 771

(Pt. II) with outlet and over flows with enamel or aluminum painted C.I. brackets fixed to wall with wooden blocks, 40 mm C.P. waste coupling with

C.P. chain and hard rubber plug, 40 mm

G.I. waste pipe with G.I. traps and brass cleaning thimble up to the outside wall till gully trap or drain pipe sleeve previously embedded in correct position complete with all joints and making chases and holes in floors and walls repairing the same with C.M. 1:3 plastering and coloring to the original condition and painting of fittings etc; complete –

Unit Rate Remarks

each 447.00 C.I. brackets 15 mm brass coupling with plug and chain 40 mm G.I. waste pipe will be supplied by the department.

(a) Sink 60x45x25 cm

(b) Sink 45x30x15 cm each each

4211.00

2802.00

3238

3239

Labour only for item 3237

Fixing only in position kitchen plain edge sink with all materials as detailed in item 3234 but excluding sink, C.I. bracket, 15 mm brass coupling with plug and chain, 40 mm G.I. pipe, complete including soldered joints making chases and holes in floors and walls and making good the same in

C.M. 1:3 plastering etc; complete. each 437.00 each 447.00 each pair 164.00 3240 Providing and fixing in position a pair of enamel painted C.I. brackets to various size wash hand basins with T.W. plugs with screws etc, making holes in walls and repairing the same with cement mortar 1:3 plastering to the original condition including removing the old pair of brackets, fittings etc; complete and prefixing the same.

3241 Labour only for item 3240 each pair 50.00

267

CHAPTER 33 – MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF

SANITARY AND WATER SUPPLY

Notes:-

1.

2.

The rates include all lead and lifts for all materials.

All materials shall conform to relevant ISS.

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3301

3302

Providing and fixing in position C.P. brass towel rail complete with brackets including making chases in walls and repairing the same in C.M. 1:3 complete-

(a) 750x20 mm

(b) 600x20 mm

(c) 450x20 mm

Labour only for item 3301 each each each each

346.00

277.00

255.00

46.00

3303 Providing and fixing soap dish chromium plated with brackets fixed wooden cleats, with brass screws complete including making chases in walls and repairing the same with cement mortar 1:3. each 161.00

3304 each 99.00

3305

Providing and fixing in position 15-mm dia. inlet lead connection 45 cm long including making connection to cistern with soldered joints etc; complete.

Labour only for item 3304 each 35.00

3306 Supplying of mild steel tanks made out of 10 G.H.R. sheet fitted with inlet and outlet wash out overflow and manhole duly painted with anticorrosive paints

(excluding cost of staging) -

(a) 1200 x 1200 x 1200 mm

(b) 2400 x 2400 x 2400 mm each each

11698.00

19973.00 each 17348.00 each 22826.00

(c) 2400 x 900 x 900 mm

(d) 3000 x 1200 x 1200 mm

Remarks

268

Item No. Item

3307

3308

3309

Providing and fixing A. C. water tank of approved dimensions on the top of the structure with made up platform up to height of 10 m with provision for inlet, delivery, wash and overflow -

(a) 1070x760x355 mm size 225 liter each capacity.

(b) 1070x760x635 mm size 450 liter each capacity.

(c) 1200x915x685 mm size 675 liter each capacity.

Providing and placing on terrace (up to floor two level) R.C.C. circular tank as per standard designs of Hindustan

Housing Factory with cover and necessary holes but without fittings -

(a) 270 liter capacity

(b) 540 liter capacity

Add extra for placing R.C.C. circular tank on the terrace above floor two terrace for item 3308 -

(a) 270 liter capacity

(b) 540 liter capacity

3310 Providing and construction of R.C.C. overhead water storage tank, of approved dimensions up to 10 m height for 13500 to 22500 liter capacity with provision for inlet, delivery, wash and over flow connections with covering slab and cast iron manhole cover 75 cm x 45 cm (light type) with locking arrangement including finishing inside surface with water proofing cement plaster in all comers and making joints smooth finished.

3311 Providing and fixing 600x450 mmbeveled edge mirror of superior glass

(of approved quality) complete with 6 thick asbestos sheet ground fixed to wooden cleats with C.P. brass screws and washes.

Unit Rate

each 2397.00 each 3196.00 each 4679.00 each each

3150.00

4930.00 each each

157.00

247.00 each 9.00 each 542.00

Remarks

269

Item No. Item

3312

3314

Constructing with II class TM. Brick masonry open surface drain in cement mortar 1:4 including earth excavation,

10 cm. Thick bed concrete 1:5:10 with

40 mm metal and 25 mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 for filling haunches including 12 mm cement plaster 1:4 with a floating coat of neat cement inside the drain, its top and exposed side including disposal of surplus earth complete:-

(a) 10 cm drain 20 cm average depth

(b) 15 cm drain 20 cm average depth

(c) 25 cm drain 30 cm average depth

3313 Constructing II class T. M. Brick masonry open surface drain in cement mortar 1:4 including earth excavation with semi circular S. W. glazed channel fixed with cement mortar 1:1 over a bed of 10 cm thick cement concrete 1:5:10 with 40 mm graded metal including filling spaces under edges with cement concrete 1:2:4 with 12.5 mm graded metal and 12 mm cement plaster 1:4 with a floating coat of neat cement over exposed surface of masonry including disposal of surplus earth complete -

(i) 10 cm drain 20 mm average depth with 10 cm S.W. glazed channel.

(ii) 15 cm drain 20 cm average depth with 15 cm S.W. glazed channel.

(iii) 25cm drain 30 cm average depth with 25 cm S.W. glazed channel.

Extra for additional one cm average depth of drain -

(i) 10 cm drain

(ii) 15 cm drain

(iii) 25 cm drain

Unit

m m m

Rate

243.00

256.00

354.00 m 307.00 m 345.00 m 471.00 m m m

6.00

6.00

6.00

Remarks

270

CHAPTER 34 – ELECTRICAL WORK

WIRING AND CABLE DRAWING

Notes:-

2.

(a) Rates include all lead and lift, for all materials, for all items, unless otherwise specified.

(b) The provision of scaffolding or ladder or any tools and plants required shall be deemed to be included in the items, unless otherwise stated.

(c) Excavation for poles, underground cables, concreting in foundations, painting of poles, struts etc., shall be measured separately.

(d) Cutting through walls and floors, lifting up floor boards and re fixing, cutting out plaster and making good all the work disturbed, notching or drilling holes through joists, etc., shall be included with the item of work.

Point Wining :-

(a) Concealed conduit work shall include embedding the conduit and allied fittings in walls, floors etc., during construction or cutting chases, or both and making good as necessary.

(b) The work shall be strictly carried out in accordance with the detailed layout plan of electrical installation, unless otherwise necessary to be altered due to site conditions during the course of execution.

(c) Completion plans for the installation carried out shall be furnished.

(d) Point wiring shall include all work necessary to complete wiring of a switch circuit of any length from the tapping point on the distribution circuit to the following Via the switch :-

(i) Ceiling rose or connector (in case of ceiling and exhaust fan points or stiff pendant);

(ii) Ceiling rose (in the case of pendant point except stiff pendant points);

(iii) Socket outlet (in the case of socket outlet points);

(iv) Lamp holder (in the case of wall brackets, batten points, bulk head fittings and similar other fittings);

(v) Call-bell or buzzer (in this case the words ‘Via the switch’ shall be read as ‘Via the bell push or ceiling rose as the case may be’); and

(vi) Up to electric clock outlet.

(e) When there is only one point on the distribution circuit (one way) the same shall be measured in two parts, one circuit wiring according to the definition of the ‘circuit wiring, and the other points according to the above definition for ‘points’.

(f) The following shall be deemed to be included in the point wiring :-

(i) Switch and ceiling rose or connector with special and suitable round block

/Board for neatly housing the connector as required;

(ii) In the case of wall brackets, bulkhead fittings and similar fittings, cable as required up to the holder;

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(iii) Bushed conduit tubing when cables pass through walls etc;

(iv) Earth wire from 3-pin socket point to the common earth including connections to the earth pin of 3-pin socket outlet except the earth wire from the first tapping of live wire to the sub-distribution board’

(v) All wood or metal blocks, boards and boxes sunk or surface type, with suitable covering, including those required, for mounting fan regulator but excluding those under the distribution board and main control switch;

(vi) All fixing accessories such as screws, Phil plug, rawl plug, wooden plug etc. as required;

(vii) Joint for junction boxes and connecting the same as required; and

(viii) Connections to ceiling rose or connector, socket outlet, lamp holder, switch, fan regulator, etc.

(g) The mechanical protection provided to the wiring coming within 1.5 m. from floor level or up to switch board shall be deemed to have been included in the item of work.

Method of installation and making good the damages shall be described in the specification.

(h) Wiring points shall be classified as follows:-

(a) Short points not exceeding 3 m. in length.

(b) Medium points exceeding 3 m. but not exceeding 6 m. in length.

(c) Long points exceeding 6 m. but not exceeding 10 m. in length.

(d) Special points of length exceeding 10 m. in length as required.

(i) The terms “Length per point” in point wiring in the case of fan points, light points and socket outlets shall mean the distance between the switch and ceiling rose, connector or back plate, lamp holder or socket-outlet point depending upon the fitting measurement along the run of wiring irrespective of the number of wires in the run.

Separate measurement may be made where the switches and socket outlet points are located on the same board.

(j) In case of boards with socket/outlet point only, the length shall mean the distance between the socket-outlet and the tapping point of live wire on the nearest switch board or junction box, as the case may be.

(k) Any junction box provide for extending the wiring beyond the point referred to, shall not be treated as the nearest tapping point.

(l) Special-points such as staircase lighting, group control, etc., shall be specified separately and so measured.

(m) A light point controlled by two-way switches shall be measured as two points from the fittings to switches on either side and classified according to the “length”. Any extra light point in the same circuit shall be considered as given below in (n).

(n) In case of points with more than one light point controlled by the same switch, such points shall be measured in parts; i.e. from the switch to the first light point classified as one point and for the subsequent points, the distance from the fitting to fitting shall be measured along the run of wiring classified and treated as equivalent to half the point so derived.

3.

5.

6.

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(o) In case of call-bell/buzzer controlled by more than one push, the length of point shall be measured in parts i.e. from the call bell/buzzer to one of the nearest pushes classified as one point and for the other pushes, the distance from each push to the call-bell shall be measured along the run of wiring classified and treated as equivalent to half the point so derived.

(p) Where more than one call-bell/buzzer points are controlled by the same push, the length of the points shall be measured as enumerated in 2 (n).

Circuit Wiring :-

(a) Length of wiring from the distribution board of sub-distribution board up to the tapping point of the first point, that is, up to first switch board shall be considered as circuit wiring. The length of circuit wiring with two wires shall be measured from the distribution or sub-distribution board to the first switch board in the circuit irrespective of whether the neutral conductor goes into the switch box or not. The earth wire from the distribution or sub-distribution board up to the first tapping point shall be measured separately.

(b) In case of exclusive socket outlet circuits such as wiring points for power plugs, the length of points shall be the distance between the socket outlet and the tapping point of live wire in the nearest distribution or sub-distribution board and hence on separate measurement need be taken either for circuit wiring or for earth-continuity conductor.

Except as described above, different types of wiring shall be measured separately and given in running meters. The length shall be the actual length of wiring installed and the number and size of cable shall be stated.

(c) The lengths of sub-main, circuit wiring or any other type of wiring on linear basis shall include all lengths from end to end, wood casing and capping, wood batten or conduits as the case may be, exclusive of inter-connection inside the switch board, etc. The increase on account of diversion or slackness shall not be included in the measurement.

(a) Cable shall be classified according to their voltage, materials, size and type of insulation, armour etc. Each type of cable shall be described and measured separately.

(b) The length measured shall be actual length fixed or laid including connections up to switch for all cables other than paper-insulated, lead-covered cables and up to the entry point of cables end-box of PILC cables.

(c) Cables shall be described and given in running meters. Terminal and joint boxes of various types shall be enumerated and measured separately according to their size and type.

(d) The mechanical protection for cables on walls or floors or underground shall be measured separately and the description shall include the necessary excavation, method of installation and making good damages to the original finish.

(e) Manholes shall be described and enumerated separately.

TRS or VIR TBC cables can be permitted to be used at the same rates of PVC cables.

Power wiring shall be done in steel conduit system.

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7. Extra over rate to be adopted when the 2.5 sqmm multicore copper wire provided for point wiring in place of 1.5 sqmm aluminium conductor.

For short point wiring

For medium point wiring

Rs 60.00 should be adopted

Rs 120.00 should be adopted

For long point wiring

For special point wiring

Rs 200.00 should be adopted

Rs 280.00 should be adopted

2.5 sqmm multicore copperwire Rs 10.00 per meter

In item of work “1.5 sqmm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor” will be replaced by 2.5 sqmm PVC insulated cable with copper multicore flexible wire.

The following Indian Standards may be referred to:

CHAPTER 34 TO 39 (DEALT AS CHAPTER - 34) ELECRICAL WORKS.

I.S.No. Title

IS:347-1975

IS:374-1979

IS:375-1963

IS:1258-1979

IS:1358-1967

IS:2032-(pt II)-

1962

IS:2032-(pt III)-1962

IS:2032-(pt V)-1965

IS:2032-(pt VI)-1965

IS:2032-(pt VII)-1974

IS:2032-(pt VIII)-1965

IS:2032 (pt 26)-1982

IS:2032 (pt 28)-1983

IS:2148-2004

IS:2667-1988

IS:3043-1987

Varnish shellac, for general purpose (first revision)(Re 2001)

Electrical ceiling type fans and regulators (Third Revision) (with

Amendment No. 1) (Re 2000)

Marking and arrangement for switchgear bus bars, main connections and auxiliary wiring (Revised with amendment No. 1)

Bayonet lamp holders (second revision) with amendment No.1)

Three pin plugs and sockets outlets (first revision) with amendment

No. 1 to 5) (Re 2006)

Graphical symbols used in electro technology – Kind of current distribution systems and methods of connection (with amendment no. 1 and 2 (Reaffirmed 1985)

Graphical symbols used in electro technology – Circuit elements and variability.

Graphical symbols used in electro technology – generating elements and variability.

Graphical symbols used in electro technology – motor starters (with

Amendment No. 1)

Graphical symbols used in electro technology – switchgear and auxiliaries (First revision)

Graphical symbols used in electro technology – semiconductor devices Reaffirmed – 2001)

Graphical symbols used in electro technology – Rotating machines.

Graphical symbols used in electro technology – Transformer.

Flameproof enclosures of electrical apparatus (3 nd

revision)

Fittings for rigid steel conduits for electrical wiring (First revision) with Amendment No. 1 and 2)

Code of practice for earthing (with Amendment No. 1 to 5) (Re

2006)

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I.S.No. Title

IS:3419-1988

IS:3837-1988

IS:3854-1997

IS:4648-1968

IS:5133-1969

IS:5133-1969 (pt II)

IS:8270-1976(pt I)

IS : 9537-1983 (pt III)

IS:5613 (Part-1- Sec 1) –

1985

IS:2713-1980

IS:731-1971

IS:5613 (Part-

II Sec 1& 2)-1985

IS 5613 (Part –ll/Sec

1&2) 1985

Fittings for rigid non-metallic conduits (First revision with

Amendment No. 1 and 2) (Re 2001)

Accessories for rigid steel conduits for electrical wiring (First revision)

Switches for domestic and similar purpose (with Amendment No. 1 to 6) (Re 2002)

Guide for electrical layout in residential buildings (with Amendment

No. 1) (Re 1997)

Steel and cast iron boxes (with Amendment No. 1 and 2 ) (part 1)

Boxes made of insulating materials.

Guide for preparation of diagrams, charts and tables for electro technology-Definitions classifications. (Re 2004)

Conduits for electrical installations-rigid steel conduits (with

Amendment No. 1) (Re 2001)

Conduit for electrical installation Rigid steel conduits of insulating materials. (Re 2001)

Tamil Nadu Building Practice-electrical Portion (Revised FN 1983).

National Building Code of India, 1983.

Code of practice for Design, Installation and Maintenance of overhead power lines. (Re 2002)

Specifications for tubular steel poles for overhead power lines. (Re

1998)

Specifications for porcelain insulators for overhead power lines with a nominal voltage greater than 1000V. (Re 2001)

Code of practice for design installation and maintenance of overhead power lines. (Re 2002)

Code of practice for design installation and maintenance of overhead Power lines.

Item No. Item Unit Rate

I – WIRING IN SURFACE RIGID STEEL CONDUIT SYSTEM

3401 Point wiring for light point with 1.5 sq. mm

PVC insulated cable with alluminum conductor of approved make in surface rigid steel conduit of suitable size including painting etc. as required as per specifications-

(a) Short point each 205.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3402 Point wiring for fan/exhaust fan point with

1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminum conductor of approved make in surface rigid steel conduit of suitable size, including painting etc. as required as per specifications-

(a) Short point

Unit Rate

each 558.00 each 748.00 each 221.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3403 Point wiring for 3 pin 5 Amps. Socket outlet point with 1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with alluminum conductor of approved make in surface rigid steel conduit of suitable size, including painting etc. as required as per specifications on separate board-

(a) Short point each 586.00 each 782.00 each 205.00

Remarks

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3404 Point wiring for 3 pin 5 Amps. Socket outlet point with 1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with alluminum conductor of approved make in surface rigid steel conduit of suitable size, with required materials as per specifications on same board.

3405 Point wiring for call-bell/ buzzer point with

1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with alluminum conductor of approved make in surface rigid steel conduit of suitable size including painting etc. as required as per specifications-

(a) Short point each 558.00 each 748.00 each 54.00 each 205.00 each 558.00 each 748.00

(c) Long point

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Item No. Item

3406 Point wiring for twin control light point with

1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with alluminum conductor of approved make in surface rigid steel conduit of suitable size, including painting etc. as required as per specifications-

(a) Short point

Unit Rate

each 261.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3407 Wiring for circuit wiring with PVC insulated cable with alluminum conductor of approved make in surface rigid steel conduit of suitable size, including painting etc. as required as per specifications- each 602.00 each 787.00

(a) 2x1.5 sq. mm (1 circuit)

(b) 4x1.5 sq. mm (2 circuit)

(c) 6x1.5 sq. mm (3 circuit)

(d) 8x1.5 sq. mm (4 circuit) m m m m

58.00

74.00

85.00

96.00

II – WIRING IN CONCEALED RIGID STEEL CONDUIT SYSTEM

3408 Point wiring for light point with 1.5 sq. mm

PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make, in concealed rigid steel conduit of suitable size, as required as per specifications -

(a) Short point each 245.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3409 Point wiring for fan/exhaust fan point with

1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in concealed rigid steel conduit of suitable size, as required as per specifications-

(a) Short point each 578.00 each 762.00 each 261.00 each 607.00 each 802.00

(c) Long point

Remarks

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Item No. Item

3410 Point wiring for 3 pin 5 Amps. Socket outlet point with 1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in concealed rigid steel conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications on separate board -

(a) Short point

Unit Rate

each 245.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point each 578.00 each 762.00

3411 Point wiring for 3 pin 5 Amps locket outlet point with 1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in concealed rigid steel conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications on same board- each 54.00

3412 Point wiring for Call-bell buzzer point with

1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in concealed rigid steel conduit of suitable size, as required as required as per specifications-

(a) Short point each 245.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3413 Point wiring for twin control light point with

1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable of approved make in concealed rigid steel conduit of suitable size, as required -

(a) Short point each 578.00 each 762.00 each 301.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3414 Wining for circuit wiring with 2x1.5 sq. mm

PVC insulated cable of approved make in concealed rigid steel conduit of suitable size as required -

(a) 2x1.5 sq. mm

(b) 4x1.5 sq. mm

(c) 6x1.5 sq. mm each 622.00 each 808.00 m m m

65.00

81.00

92.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

(d) 8x1.5 sq. mm

3415 Point wiring for light point with 1.5 sq. mm

PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make, in surface rigid (PVC) non-metallic conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications-

(a) Short point m 103.00 each 161.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3416 Point wiring for fan/exhaust fan point with

1.5 sq. mm PVC Insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make In surface rigid (PVC) non-metallic conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications-

(a) Short point each 411.00 each 542.00 each 177.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3417 Point wiring for 3 pin 5 Amps. Socket outlet point with 1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make In surface rigid (PVC) non-metallic conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications on separate board-

(a) Short point each each

440.00

576.00 each 266.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3418 Point wiring for 3 pin 5 Amps. Socket outlet point with 1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make In surface rigid (PVC) non- metallic conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications on same board- each 411.00 each 542.00 each 54.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item

3419 Point wiring for call-bell/buzzer point with

1.5 Sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in surface rigid (PVC) non-metallic conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications-

(a) Short point

Unit Rate Remarks

each 161.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3420 Point wiring for twin control light point with

1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in surface rigid (PVC) non-metallic conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications-

(a) Short point each each

411.00

542.00 each 217.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3421 Wiring for circuit wiring with PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in surface rigid (PVC) non-metallic conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications- each 445.00 each 582.00

(a) 2x1.5 sq. mm (1 circuit)

(b) 4x1.5 sq. mm (2 circuit)

(c) 6x1.5 sq. mm (3 circuits)

(d) 8x1.5 sq. mm (4 circuits) m m m m

43.00

59.00

70.00

82.00

III WIRING IN CONCEALED CONDUIT SYSTEM WITH RIGID (PVC.) NON-

METALLIC COUNDUIT

3422 Point wiring for light point with 1.5 sq. mm

PVC Insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in concealed rigid (PVC) non-metallic conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications-

(a) Short point each 201.00

(c) Long point each 431.00

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Item No. Item

(d) Special point

3423 Point wiring for fan/exhaust fan point with

1.5 sq. mm PVC Insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in concealed rigid. (PVC) non-metallic conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications-

(a) Short point

Unit Rate

each 557.00 each 217.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3424 Point wiring for 3 pin 5 Amps. socket outlet point with 1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in concealed rigid

(PVC) non-metallic conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications on separate board-

(a) Short point each 460.00 each 596.00 each 201.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point each 431.00 each 557.00

3425 Point wiring for 3 pin 5 Amps. socket outlet point with 1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in concealed rigid

(PVC) non-metallic conduit of suitable size with required materials as per specifications on same board.

3426 Point wiring for call-bell/buzzer point with

1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in concealed rigid (PVC) non-metallic conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications -

(a) Short point each 54.00 each 201.00 each 431.00 each 557.00

(c) Long point

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

3427 Point wiring for twin control light point with

1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in concealed rigid (PVC) non-metallic conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications-

(a) Short point each 257.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3428 Wiring for circuit wiring with PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in concealed rigid

(PVC) non-metallic conduit of suitable size as required as per specifications- each 476.00 each 602.00

(a) 2x1.5 sq. mm

(b) 4x15. sq. mm

(c) 6x1.5 sq. mm

(d) 8x1.5 sq. mm m m m m

50.00

66.00

77.00

89.00

IV POWER WIRING IN RIGID STEEL CONDUIT

3429 Point wiring for 3 pin 15 Amps. socket outlet point on separate board with 4 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor, 15 Amps. PB. Switch etc. of approved make in suitable size of the rigid steel conduit including 6 sq. mm G.I. earth continuity conductor in surface conduit wiring system as per specifications-

(a) Short point each 205.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3430 Point wiring for 3 pin 1.5 Amps socket outlet point on separate board with 4 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor, 15 Amps. PB switch etc. of approved make in suitable size of rigid steel conduit including 6 sq. mm G.I. continuity conductor in concealed conduit wiring system as per specifications- each 558.00 each 748.00

Remarks

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Item No.

(a) Short point

Item Unit

each

Rate

245.00

(B)

(c) Long point

(d) Special point

3431 Point wiring for 3 pin 1.5 Amps. Socket outlet points on same board with 4 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor 15 Amps. PB. Switch etc. of approved make in surface concealed rigid steel conduit of suitable size with required materials including 6 sq. mm G.I. earth continuity conductor as per specifications.

V MAINS AND SUB-MAINS

3432 Wiring for sub-mains with PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in surfaced rigid steel conduit of suitable size including connections, painting etc. as required as per specifications-

(A) 2 Wire Sub-mains-

(I) 2.5 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(ii) 4 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(iii) 6 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(iv) 10 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(v) 16 sq. mm cable in 25 mm conduit

(vi) 25 sq. mm cable in 32 mm conduit

(vii) 35 sq. mm cable in 32 mm conduit

(viii) 50 sq. mm cable in 40 mm conduit

3 Wire Sub-mains-

(i) 2.5 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(ii) 4 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(iii) 6 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(iv) 10 so. Mm cable in 25 mm conduit

(v) 16 sq. mm cable in 32 mm conduit

(vi) 25 sq. mm cable in 40 mm conduit

(vii) 35 sq. mm cable in 40 mm conduit

(viii) 50 sq. mm cable in 50 mm conduit each 578.00 each 762.00 each 54.00 m m m m m m m m 186.00 m m m m m m m m

67.00

72.00

76.00

87.00

111.00

147.00

159.00

74.00

81.00

87.00

108.00

136.00

196.00

213.00

248.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item

(B)

(C)

(A)

(C) 4 Wire Sub-mains-

(i) 2.5 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(ii) 4 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(iii) 6 sq. mm cable in 25 mm conduit

(iv) 10 sq. mm cable in 25 mm conduit

(v) 16 sq. mm cable in 32 mm conduit

(vi) 25 sq. mm cable in 40 mm conduit

(vii) 35 sq. mm cable in 40 mm conduit

(viii) 50 sq. mm cable in 50 mm conduit

3433 Wiring for sub-mains with PVC insulated cable with aluminium conductor of approved make in recessed (concealed) rigid steel conduit of suitable size including connections painting etc. as required as per specifications.

2 Wire Sub-mains-

(i) 2.5 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(ii) 4 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(iii) 6 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(iv) 10 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(v) 16 sq. mm cable in 25 mm conduit

(vi) 25 sq. mm cable in 32 mm conduit

(vii) 35 sq. mm cable in 32 mm conduit

(viii) 50 sq. mm cable in 40 mm conduit

3 Wire Sub-mains-

(i) 2.5 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(ii) 4 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(iii) 6 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(iv) 10 sq. mm cable in 25 mm conduit

(v) 16 sq. mm cable in 32 mm conduit

(vi) 25 sq. mm cable in 40 mm conduit

(vii) 35 sq. mm cable in 40 mm conduit

(viii) 50 sq. mm cable in 50 mm conduit

4 Wire Sub-mains-

(i) 2.5 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit

(ii) 4 sq. mm cable in 20 mm conduit m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

Unit

m m m m m m m m

193.00

81.00

88.00

94.00

115.00

143.00

203.00

220.00

255.00

74.00

79.00

83.00

94.00

118.00

154.00

166.00

88.00

97.00

Rate

81.00

90.00

102.00

125.00

159.00

236.00

258.00

302.00

Remarks

284

Item No. Item

(e)

(f)

(d)

(c)

(a)

(b)

(g)

(h)

(iii) 6 sq. mm cable in 25 mm conduit

(iv) 10 sq. mm cable in 25 mm conduit

(v) 16 sq. mm cable in 32 mm conduit

(vi) 25 sq. mm cable in 40 mm conduit

(vii) 35 sq. mm cable in 40 mm conduit

(viii) 50 sq. mm cable in 50 mm conduit

VI. CABLES, CONDUITS, CAING, ETC.

3434 Supplying and drawing single core PVC

Insulated cable of approved make in existing rigid steel conduit. (Surface or concealed) as per specifications-

(i) 2x2.5 sq. mm

(ii) 3x2.5 sq. mm

(iii) 4x2.5 sq. mm

(i) 2x4 sq. mm

(ii) 3x4 sq. mm

(iii) 4x4 sq. mm

(i) 2x6 sq. mm

(ii) 3x6 sq. mm

(iii) 4x6 sq. mm

(i) 2x10 sq. mm

(ii) 3x10 sq. mm

(iii) 4x10 sq. mm

(i) 2x16 sq. mm

(ii) 3x16 sq. mm

(iii) 4x16 sq. mm

(i) 2x25 sq. mm

(ii) 3x25 sq. mm

(iii) 4x25 sq. mm

(i) 2x35 sq. mm

(ii) 3x35 sq. mm

(iii) 4x35 sq. mm

(i) 2x50 sq. mm

(ii) 3x50 sq. mm

(iii) 4x50 sq. mm m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

Unit

m m m m m m

52.00

40.00

57.00

74.00

58.00

81.00

104.00

92.00

132.00

171.00

20.00

27.00

34.00

25.00

34.00

43.00

29.00

40.00

104.00

149.00

194.00

128.00

182.00

237.00

Rate

109.00

132.00

166.00

243.00

265.00

309.00

Remarks

285

Item No. Item

3335 Supplying and drawing single core PVC insulated weather proof cable of approved make in existing rigid steel conduit

(surface or concealed) as per specifications-

(i) 2x2.5 sq. mm

(ii) 2x4 sq. mm

(iii) 2x6 sq. mm

(iv) 2x10 sq. mm

3436 Supplying and drawing 1.5 sq. mm cable of approved make in existing conduit

/casing/batten as per specifications-

(i) PVC Insulated Cable

(ii) PVC Sheathed Cable

3437 Supplying and fixing as per specification rigid steel conduit of approved make in surface (open) conduit wiring system with iron screws, check nuts, saddles, bends, toes etc. including painting as required -

(a) 20 mm conduit

(b) 25 mm conduit

(c) 32 mm conduit

(d) 40 mm conduit

(e) 50 mm conduit

3438 Supplying and fixing as per specification rigid steel conduit of approved make in recessed (concealed) conduit wiring system with iron screws, check nuts, saddles bends, toes etc. are required

(a) 20 mm conduit

(b) 25 mm conduit

(c) 32 mm conduit

(d) 40 mm conduit

(e) 50 mm conduit

3439 Supplying and fixing as per specification

20 mm. rigid non-metallic (PVC) conduit of approved make complete in surface wiring system.

Unit

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

Rate

31.00

29.00

47.00

54.00

16.00

20.00

54.00

57.00

61.00

70.00

78.00

60.00

64.00

68.00

77.00

85.00

39.00

Remarks

286

Item No. Item

3440 Supplying and fixing as per specification

20 mm rigid non-metallic (PVC) conduit of approved make complete in concealed wiring system.

Unit Rate

m 46.00

Remarks

VII- UNDER GROUND CABLES

3441 Supplying of PVC insulated heavy duty cables (conforming to I.S. 1554.1964)

650/1100 volts, grade 2 core, armoured of approved make -

(i) 4 sq. mm

(ii) 6 sq. mm

(iii) 10 sq. mm

3442 Supplying of PVC insulated heavy duty cables (conforming to I.S. 1554.1964)

650/1100 volts, grade 2 core, armoured of approved make -

(i) 6 sq. mm

(ii) 10 sq. mm

3443 Supplying of PVC insulated heavy duty cables (conforming to I.S. 1554.1964)

1100 volts, grade 3

½

core, armoured of approved make - m m

(i) 25 sq. mm

(ii) 35 sq. mm

(iii) 50 sq. mm

(iv) 70 sq. mm

(v) 95 sq. mm

(vi) 120 sq. mm

(vii) 150 sq. mm

(viii) 185 sq. mm

(ix) 240 sq. mm

(x) 300 sq. mm

(xi) 400 sq. mm

3444 Supplying of PVC insulated heavy duty power cables (conforming to I.S.

1554.1964) 1100 volts, grade 3

½

core, unarmoured of approved make -

(i) 25 sq. mm

(ii) 35 sq. mm m

m m

m m m m

m m m m

m m m m m

85.00

113.00

158.00

85.00

119.00

271.00

314.00

408.00

530.00

687.00

840.00

992.00

1242.00

1588.00

1929.00

3103.00

227.00

276.00

287

Item No. Item Unit

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

(viii)

(ix)

(x)

50 sq. mm

70 sq. mm

95 sq. mm

120 sq. mm

150 sq. mm

185 sq. mm

240 sq. mm

300 sq. mm

(xi) 400 sq. mm

3445 Laying of underground cable armoured / unarmoured in existing prepared trench as per specification - labour only -

(i) 2 core cable up to 10 sq. mm

(ii) 3

½

core cable 16 sq. mm to 120 sq. mm m m m

m m m m

m m m m

(iii) 3½ core cable 150 sq. mm and above.

3446 Supplying and laying of cement concrete of approved type of cover over L.T. cable in trench as per specifications.

3447 Laying of underground cable armoured/ unarmoured in existing G.I. pipe/RCC

/Stone ware or any other pipe, etc. as required labour only -

(i) 2 core cable up to 10 sq. mm m m m m

(ii) 3

½

core cable 16 sq. mm to 120 sq. mm

(iii) 3½ core cable 150 sq. mm and above.

3448 Laying of underground cable armoured/ unarmoured as per specification in air with approved type of iron clamps, complete -

(i) 2 core cable up to 10 sq. mm m m m

(ii) 3

½

core cable 16 sq. mm to 120 sq. mm

(iii) 3½ core cable 150 sq. mm and above. m

Rate

363.00

486.00

642.00

784.00

922.00

1161.00

1531.00

1855.00

2340.00

20.00

40.00

60.00

60.00

14.00

33.00

53.00

33.00

53.00

93.00

Remarks

288

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3449 Supplying and fixing indoor type cable end box with glands suitable for 2 core

PVC insulated heavy duty cable duly installed including making joints, each 221.00 connections, testing, etc. complete as required up to 10 sq. mm cable.

3450 Supplying and fixing indoor type cable end box with glands suitable for 3½ core

PVC insulated heavy duty cable duly installed including making joints, connections, testing, etc. complete as required -

(i) Up to 50 sq. mm cable

(ii) From 70 sq. mm to 185 sq. mm cable.

(iii) 240 sq. mm and above. each each

387.00

706.00 each 1254.00

3451 Supplying and fixing outdoor type cable end box with glands, suitable for 2 core

PVC insulated heavy duty cable duly installed including making joint, each 402.00 connections, filling in with cable compound, testing etc. complete as required up to 10 Sq. mm cable.

3452 Supplying and fixing out door type cable end box with glands, suitable for 3½ core

PVC insulated heavy duty cable duly installed including making joints, connections, filling in with cable compound testing, etc. complete as required - each 584.00 each 988.00

(i) Up to 50 sq. mm cable

(ii) From 70 sq. mm to 185 sq. mm cable.

(iii) 240 sq. mm and above.

3453 Supplying and installing G.I. protective pipe for underground cable fixed on wall/pole with necessary iron clamps or laid in ground, etc. in an approved manner as required complete -

(a) 101.6 mm G.I. pipe

(b) 50.8 mm G.I. pipe each m m

1763.00

879.00

402.00

Remarks

289

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3454 Supplying and fixing ‘T’ joint box with glands, suitable for 2 core PVC insulated heavy duty cables duly installed including making joints, connections, filling in with cable compound, testing etc. complete as required -

Up to 10 sq. mm cable

3455 Supplying and fixing ‘T’ joint box with glands, suitable for 3½ core PVC insulated heavy duty cables duly installed including making joints, connections, filling in with cable compound, testing etc. complete as required - each 967.00

(i) Up to 50 sq. mm cable

(ii) From 70 sq. mm to 185 sq. mm cable

(iii) 240 sq. mm and above

3456 Supplying and fixing straight joint box with glands, suitable for 2 core PVC insulated heavy duty cables duly installed including making joints, connections, filling in with cable compound, testing etc. complete as required - each 1390.00 each 2407.00 each 3774.00

Up to 10 sq. mm cable

3457 Supplying and fixing straight joint box with glands, suitable for 3½ core PVC insulated heavy duty cable duly installed including making joints, connections, filling in with cable compound, testing etc. complete as required- each 650.00

(i) Up to 50 sq. mm cable

(ii) From 70 sq. mm to 185 sq. mm cable

(iii) 240 sq. mm and above each 938.00 each 1559.00 each 2644.00

VIII – REWIRING OF LIGHT/FAN POINTS

3458 Rewiring of point wiring in existing surface rigid steel/(PVC) non-metallic conduit with

1.5 sq. mm PVC insulated cable with aluminum conductor of approved make and other materials as required including replacement of wornout/damaged/missing materials painting etc. complete as per specification. This shall include all work, arrangement required for point wiring but shall exclude switch ceiling rose, fittings –

Remarks

290

Item No. Item

(A) Light/Fan/3 Pin 5 Amps. Socket outlet on separate board/call-bell/buzzer point/

(a) Short point

Unit Rate

each 81.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point Twin control light point -

(B) Twin control light point

(a) Short point each each each

176.00

267.00

97.00

(c) Long point

(d) Special point Twin control light point -

(C) Circuit wiring 2x1.5 sq. mm

(D) 3 pin 5 Amps socket outlet point on same board.

3459 Supplying of PVC insulated submersible cable 3 core flat copper

(a) Deluxe(outer colour-bright black)

(i) 4 sq. mm

(ii) 6 sq. mm

(b) Premium(outer colour-bright matt finish black with yellow line)

(i) 4 sq. mm

(ii) 6 sq. mm each 221.00 each 293.00 m 30.00 each 54.00 m m m m

85.00

128.00

112.00

168.00

Remarks

291

CHAPTER – 35 ELECTRICAL WORK ACCESSORIES, SWITCHES,

DISTRIBUTION, FUSE BOARDS AND BUS BAR CHAMBERS

Notes :-

1.

2.

Rates include all lead and lift, for all materials, for all items, unless otherwise specified.

Description and Enumeration of fittings :-

A.1 Ordinary Pendants

A. 1.1 Ordinary Pendants shall be described as including.

(a) Lamp holders, and

(b) Required length of flexible cord.

A.2. Rise and fall pendants.

A.2.1 Rise and fall pendants shall be described as including

(a) Lamp holder,

(b) Counter weight with lead shots up to 1.25 kg. And pulley cord.

(c) Required length of flexible twin, and

(d) Pulley cord, guide and ceiling ring.

A.3. Stiff pendants.

A.3.1. Stiff pendants shall be described as including –

(a) Back plate.

(b) Required length of conduit,

(c) Adapter, and

(d) Lamp holder,

A.4. Stiff watertight pendants.

A.4.1. Stiff watertight pendants shall be described as including –

(a) Back – plate,

(b) Required length of conduit,

(c) Gallery,

(d) Reflector,

(e) Well-glass screw guard fitting,

(f) Rubber washers, and

(g) Lamp holder

A.5. Plain Brackets.

A.5.1. Plain brackets shall be described as including –

(a) Back-plate,

(B) Tubbling with nozzle, and

(c) Lamp holder,

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A.6.1 Water tight brackets shall be described as including-

(a) Back-plate,

(b) Conduit,

(c) Gallery,

(d) Reflector,

(e) Well glass screw guard fitting,

(f) Lamp holder, and

A.7. Shades,

A.7.1. Shades shall be described stating the diameter and type.

A.8. Switches,

A.8.1. When measured separately from point wiring, the switches shall be described stating the type and rated capacity. Cover plates, if any, shall be included with the item.

A.8.2. Switch plug combination, comprising socket outlet, switch and plug shall be described, and the type and rated capacity shall be stated.

A.9.1. Bulk-head fittings shall be described as including-

(a) Lamp holder (all insulated)

(b) Reflector,

(c) Water tight glass front, hinged and with wing nuts, and

A.10. Lamps,

A.10.1. Lamps shall be described stating the type, wattage and voltage.

A.11.1. Fluorescent-Lamp fittings shall be described as including-

(a) Single tube or twin tube (stating the type and length),

(c) Capacitor,

(d) Starter,

(f) Starter-holders,

(g) Reflector,

(h) Back-plate,

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(j) Make and type of fitting, and

(k) Louver or perplex panel.

A.12. Meters and meter boards,

A.12.1. Meters and meter boards shall be enumerated and described stating the rated capacity and method of fixing.

A.13.

A.13.1.

A.13.1.1.

Ceiling fans and Regulators,

Ceiling fans and regulators shall be enumerated separately and fully described.

Painting-Painting of ceiling fans, where required to be done, shall be described as enumerated.

3.

4.

The provisions of scaffolding or ladder or any tools and plants required shall be deemed to be included in the items, unless otherwise stated.

Cutting through walls and floors, lifting up floor boards and refixing, cutting out plaster and making good all the work disturbed, notching or drilling holes through joists, etc. shall be deemed to be included with the item of work :-

Item No. Item

3501 Supplying and fixing as per specification brass pendant holder of approved make including flexible cord up to 3-m length with necessary materials complete.

3502 Supplying and fixing as per specification brass batten holder/angle batten holder of approved make with necessary materials complete.

3503 Supplying and fixing as per specification shade of approved make with necessary materials complete-

Unit Rate

each 35.00

Remarks

each 30.00

(a) Enamel iron shade 250x125 mm

(b) Langham shade glass 250x125 mm

(c) Langham shade Alkathine 210 mm each each each

70.00

75.00

58.00

294

Item No. Item Unit Rate

(d) Double cone reflector.

(e) Paw shade 125 mm each each

92.00

47.00

3504 Supplying and fixing as per specification water tight bracket complete with armature, well glass, shade and brass holder, etc. with necessary materials. each 109.00

3505 Supplying and fixing as per specification

Bulk head fittings of approved make suitable for 100 watt lamp with necessary materials complete-

(a) Ordinary

(b) Deluxe each each

131.00

188.00

3506 Supplying and fixing as per specification stiff pendants of approved make with chromium plated conduit up to one fictie brass holder, adopter, back-plate, etc. complete.

3507 Supplying and fixing as per specification pendants, rise and fall, of approved make including lamp holder, counter weight with lead shots up to 1.25 kg pulley cord, flexible cord up to 6m length, pulley cord guide and ceiling ring etc. complete.

3508 Supplying and fixing as per specification call bell/buzzer of approved make with necessary materials complete- each 143.00 each 240.00 each each

98.00

171.00

(a) 230 volts A.C. Ordinary

(b) 230 volts A.C. Deluxe

3509 Supplying and fixing as per specification call bell indicators 230 volts A.C. of approved make with necessary materials complete-

(a) With 4 way indicator

(b) With 6 way indicator

(c) With 8 way indicator

3510 Supplying and fixing flexible cords of approved make- each each each

953.00

1405.00

1863.00

(a) PVC insulated PVC sheathed round flexible 16/0.020 mm three core.

(b) PVC insulated PVC sheathed round flexible 24/0.020 mm three core. m m

34.00

42.00

Remarks

295

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3511 Supplying and fixing in position incandescent lamp of approved make – a. 15 watt 250 volts b. 25 watt 250 volts each each c. 40 watt 250 volts d. 60 watt 250 volts e. 75 watt 250 volts f. 100 watt 250 volts each each each

24.00

24.00

24.00

24.00

24.00 each 24.00 g. 0/5 watt night lamp h. 15 watt 250 volts coloured lamp

3512 Supplying and fixing as per specification socket outlets PB of approved make with necessary materials complete- each

each

(a) 5 Amps 250 volts 3 pin ordinary

(b) 5 Amps 250 volts 3 pin flush type each each

(c) 15 Amps 250 volts 3 pin ordinary

(d) 15 Amps 250 volts 3 pin flush type each each

3513 Supplying of approved make plugs (top)

(a) 5 Amps 250 volts 3 pin ordinary

(b) 5 Amps 250 volts 3 pin deluxe

(c) 15 Amps 250 volts 3 pin ordinary each each each

24.00

24.00

33.00

33.00

50.00

61.00

17.00

23.00

28.00

(e) 15 Amps 250 volts 3 pin deluxe.

3514 Supplying and fixing as per specification ball sockets of approved make with necessary materials complete- each 40.00 each 28.00

3515 Supplying and fixing as per specification round globe 225 mm with bakelite gallery of approved make with necessary materials complete- each 34.00

3516 Supplying and fixing as per specification danger/caution board of approved make with necessary materials complete-

Small size

Large size each each

41.00

58.00

3517 Supplying and fixing as per specification ceiling rose porcelain base 3 plate of approved make with necessary materials complete- each 52.00

Remarks

296

Item No. Item Unit Rate

II- IRON CLAD/METAL CLAD SWITCHES AND SWITCH FUSES UNIT

3518 Supplying of approved make iron clad/metal clad double pole switch fuses

(conduit entry)-

(l) 16 Amps 250 volts

(ll) 32 Amps 250 volts each each

249.00

585.00

3519 Supplying of approved make iron each 226.00 clad/metal clad switch fuse, front operated totally enclosed pattern (suitable for main switch as well as controlling switch for appliances) single pole.

3520 Supplying of approved make iron clad/metal clad triple pole and neutral switch fuses for main switch fuses

(conduit entry)-

(a) 16 Amps 415/1500 volts

(b) 32 Amps 415/1500 volts each each

(c) 63 Amps 415/1500 volts

(d) 100 Amps 415/1500 volts each each

(e) 200 Amps 415/1500 volts each

746.00

870.00

2263.00

3496.00

6992.00

3521 Supplying of approved make iron clad/metal clad triple pole switch fuses for main switch fuses (conduit entry)- a. 16 Amps 415/1500 volts b. 32 Amps 415/1500 volts each each c. 63 Amps 415/1500 volts d. 100 Amps 415/1500 volts each each e. 200 Amps 415/1500 volts each

661.00

774.00

2011.00

3108.00

6215.00

3522 Supplying of approved make iron clad/metal clad triple pole switch fuses

(conduit entry)-

(a) 63 Amps 415/1500 volts

(b) 100 Amps 415/1500 volts each each

(c) 200 Amps 415/500 volts

(d) 300 Amps 415/500 volts each each

(e) 400 Amps 415/500 volts each

(f) 500 Amps 415/500 volts

(g) 600 Amps 415/500 volts each each

5813.00

8077.00

11395.00

14884.00

22642.00

33089.00

35595.00

Remarks

297

Item No. Item Unit

3526 Supplying of approved make of distribution fuse boards, triple pole and neutral.

(a) 15/16 Amps 250/415/500 Volts i. 2 way per pole each ii. 3 way per pole iii. 4 way per pole each each iv. 6 way per pole each

Rate

1356.00

1808.00

2147.00

2825.00

Remarks

3523 Supplying of approved make iron clad/metal clad triple pole neutral switch fuses with H.R.C. fuses - each

(a) 63 Amps 415/1500 volts each

(b) 100 Amps 415/1500 volts each

(c) 200 Amps 415/500 volts each

(d) 300 Amps 415/500 volts each

(e) 400 Amps 415/500 volts each

(f) 500 Amps 415/500 volts each

(g) 600 Amps 415/500 volts

3524 Supplying of approved make iron clad/metal clad triple pole neutral (four pole) change over switches-

(a) 63 Amps 415/500 volts

(b) 100 Amps 415/500 volts each each

(c) 200 Amps 415/500 volts

(d) 300 Amps 415/500 volts each each

5560.00

7494.00

10582.00

13683.00

20228.00

33088.00

34324.00

5297.00

10720.00

15217.00

19347.00

(e) 400 Amps 415/500 volts

(f) 500 Amps 415/500 volts each each

25434.0

29198.00

(g) 630 Amps 415/500 volts each 38934.00

III METAL CLAD DISTRIBUTION FUSE BOARDS AND BUS BAR CHAMBERS.

3525 Supplying of approved make distribution fuse boards, single pole and neutral 15/16

Amps 250 volts per way – each each

192.00

283.00 each each

339.00

407.00

298

Item No. Item Unit

(b) 30/32 Amps 250/415/500 Volts- i. 4 way per pole each ii. 6 way per pole

3527 Supplying of iron clad/metal clad approved make bus-bar chambers with aluminum/tinned copper bus bar as per specification complete with hinged

Metalled cover-

(a) 500 Volts 30/32 Amps-

(i) 3 way

(ii) 4 way

(b) 500 volts 60/63 Amps-

(i) 3 way

(ii) 4 way

(c) 500 volts 100 Amps

(i) 3 way

(ii) 4 way

(d) 500 volts 200 Amps-

(i) 3 way

(ii) 4 way

3528 Supplying and fixing in position compact fluorescent lamp (C.F.L) of approved make

(i) 5 or 8 watt

(ii) 11 watt

(iii) 15 watt each each each each each each each each each each each each

(iv) 20 watt

(v) 25 watt each each

Rate

2825.00

3277.00

904.00 .

1243.00

1130.00

1582.00

1356.00

2034.00

2486.00

2938.00

113.00

141.00

158.00

192.00

311.00

Remarks

299

CHAPTER 36 - ELECTRICAL WORK-FIXING OF I.C. SWITCH

FUSES/DISTRIBUTION BOARD/MINIATURE CIRCUIT BREAKERS

Notes :-

1. Rates include all lead and lift, for all materials, for all items unless otherwise specified.

2. The provision of scaffolding or ladder or any tools and plants required shall be deemed to be included in the items, unless otherwise stated.

3. Excavation for poles, underground cables, concreting in foundations, painting of poles, struts, etc. shall be measured separately

4. Cutting through walls and floors, lifting up floor boards and refixing, cutting out plaster and making good all the work disturbed, notching or drilling holes through joints, etc. shall be deemed to be included with the item of work.

5. Open recessed and closed recessed boards shall be measured separately. Where the boards are hinged instead of the normal fixing with screws, they shall be measured separately stating the size and number of hinges.

FIXING OF I.C. SWITCH FUSES/DISTRIBUTION BOARDS

Remarks Item No. Item

A-BOXES AND CHANGE OVER SWITCHES

3601 Fixing of metal clad/iron clad switches on

25x5 mm flat iron clamps including supplying and fixing of clamps as required duly embedded in masonry including cable connection and other required materials as per specification.

(a) 15/16 Amp SP/DP switch

(b) 30/32 Amp DP switch or 15/16 Amp

TP or TP & N switch

(c) 30/32 Amp TP or TP & switch

3602 Fixing of metal clad/iron clad switches on

25x25x5 mm angle iron clamps including supplying and fixing of clamps as required duly embedded in masonry including cable connection and other required materials as per specification.

(a) 60/63 Amp TP or TP & N or 60/63

Amp change over switch

(b) 100 Amp TP or TP & N or 100 Amp change over switch

(c) 200 Amp TP or TP & N or 200 Amp change over switch.

Unit

each each each each each each

Rate

106.00

117.00

129.00

174.00

244.00

325.00

300

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3603 Fixing of metal clad/iron clad switches on

35x35x5 mm angle iron clamps including supply and fixing of clamps as required duly embedded in masonry including cable connection and other required materials as per specification.

(a) 300 Amp TP or TP & N or 300 Amp change over switch

(b) 400 Amp TP or TP & N or 400 Amp change over switch

3604 Fixing of metal clad/distribution boards on

25x5 mm flat iron clamps including supplying and fixing of clamps as required duly embedded in masonry including cable connection and other required materials as per specification.

“A” Single pole and Neutral DB.

(a) Up to 4 ways DBS

(c) 500 Amp TP or TP & N or 500 Amp change over switch

(d) 600 Amp TP or TP & N or 600 Amp change over switch

(b) Up to 8 ways DBS

“B” Triple pole and Neutral DB 15/16

Amp/way/415/500 Volts.

(a) Up to 3 ways per pole

(b) Up to 8 ways per pole

3605 Fixing of metal clad DB415/500 Volts on

25x25x5 mm angle iron clamps including supplying and fixing of clamps as required duly embedded in masonry, cable connection and other required materials as per specification. each each

(a) 32 Amps. 415/500 volt TP & N distribution board –

(i) Up t o 6 ways per pole each

3606 Fixing of metal clad/iron clad bus bar chamber including fixing on required size flat iron/angle iron clamps, cable connections and other required materials as per specification. each each each each each each

438.00

551.00

608.00

664.00

84.00

95.00

112.00

129.00

174.00

Remarks

301

Item No. Item Unit

(A) On 25x5 mm flat iron clamp duly embedded in masonry –

(i) 30/32 Amp. 415/500 volt, 3 ways bus bar each

(ii) 30/32 Amp. 415/500 volt, 4 ways bus bar

(B) On 25x25x5 mm angle iron clamp duly embedded in masonry each

(i) 60/63 Amp 415/500 volt, 3 ways

(ii) 60/63 Amp. 415/500 volt, 4 ways each each

(C) On 35x35x5 mm angle iron clamp duly embedded in masonry

(i) 100 Amp. 415/500 volt 3 ways.

(ii) 100 Amp. 415/500 volt 4 ways. each

(iii) 200 Amp. 415/500 volt 3 ways.

(iv) 200 Amp. 415/500 volt 4 ways. each each each

3607 Fixing of M.C.B. in sheet steel enclosures, as required as per accepted practice, including mounting on bus bar and cable connections etc. complete

(Labour only). each

3608 Labour charges for fixing sheet steel enclosures surface M.C.B.D.B. surface mounting type, as per accepted practice on 25x5 mm flat iron clamp duly embedded in wall, cable connection complete-

(i) For item 3612 (i)

(ii) For item 3612 (ii) each each each

(iii) For item 3612 (iii) & (iv)

3609 Labour charges for fixing sheet steel enclosures M.C.B.D.B. surface mounting type, as per accepted practice on

25x25x5 mm flat iron clamps including supplying and fixing of clamps duly embedded in wall, cable connection complete- each

(i) For item 3613 (i), (ii), (iii) & (iv)

Rate

80.00

101.00

121.00

101.00

Remarks

117.00

129.00

210.00

221.00

346.00

380.00

416.00

438.00

27.00

302

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3610 Labour charges for fixing sheet steel enclosures M.C.B.D.B. flush mounting type, as per accepted practice duly holed in end plate, completely flushed in wall, cable connection etc. complete-

(i) For item 3612 (i), (ii), (iii) & (iv)

(ii) For item 3613 (i), (ii) & (iii)

3611 Miniature circuit breakers Supplying of approved make and accepted standard miniature circuit breakers, suitable for

240/415 volts 50 cycle, A.C. supply but without enclosures -

“A”-single Pole

(i) 0.5 Amp. To 4 Amp. rating

(ii) 6 Amp. to 16 Amp. rating

(iii) 20 Amp. to 60 amp. rating each each

101.00

121.00 each 232.00 each each

181.00

346.00

“B”-Single Pole & Neutral

(i) 6 Amp. to 16 Amp. rating each 409.00

(ii) 20 Amp. to 60 amp. rating each 596.00

“C” – Triple pole

(i) 6 Amp. to 16 Amp. rating

(ii) 20 Amp. to 60 amp. rating each

831.00 each

1046.00

“D” – Triple Pole & Neutral

(i) 6 Amp. to 16 Amp. rating

(ii) 20 Amp. to 60 amp. rating

3612 Supplying of approved make and accepted standard sheet steel enclosures

(dust protected) for SP & N distribution

‘boards, including bus bar, neutral link, din bar suitable for incorporating M.C.B. surface/flush mounting type -’ each

863.00 each

1244.00

(i) Up to 4 M.C. Bs per pole

(ii) From 6 to 8 M.C. Bs per pole

(iii) From 9 to 12 M.C. Bs per pole each

735.00 each

848.00 each

1017.00 each 1130.00 (iv) From 13 to 16 M.C. Bs per pole

Remarks

303

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3613 Supplying of approved make and accepted standard sheet steel enclosures

(dust protected) for TP & N distribution

‘boards, including bus bar, neutral link, din bar suitable for incorporating M.C.B. surface/flush mounting type -’

(i) Up to 4 M.C. Bs per pole

(ii) Up to 6 M.C. Bs per pole each 2034.00 each 2938.00

(iii) Up to 12 M.C. Bs. per pole

3614 Supplying of approved make and accepted standard sheet steel enclosures

(dust protected) for TP & N distribution

‘boards, including bus bar, neutral link, din bar suitable for incorporating one TP

& N M.C.B. for incoming and SP M.C.B. for out-going as follows, surface/flush mounting type -’ each 3842.00

(i) 4 M.C. Bs per pole

(ii) 8 M.C. Bs per pole

(iii) 12 M.C. Bs. per pole each each each

2260.00

2938.00

3842.00

Remarks

304

CHAPTER 37 – ELECTRICAL WORK – EARTHING AND LIGHTENING

CONDUCTOR, EXTERNAL ELECTRIFICATION AND OVERHEAD

LINES

Notes:-

2.

(a) Rates include all lead and lift, for all materials, for all items, unless otherwise specified.

(b) The Provision of scaffolding or ladder or any tools and plants required shall be deemed to be included in the items, unless otherwise stated.

(c) Excavation for poles, underground cables concreting in foundation, painting of poles, struts, etc. shall be measured separately.

(d) Cutting through walls and floors, lifting up floor boards and refixing, cutting out plaster and making good all the work disturbed, notching or drilling holes through joists, etc. shall be deemed to be included with the item of work.

Overhead Lines –

(a) Poles-Poles and struts for overhead lines shall be enumerated and described stating the type, material and size, that is, diameter at top and bottom (if round or tapering) and the total length.

(b) The strength of the poles, if necessary, may also be stated.

(c) Erection of poles shall be enumerated describing the type of foundation, size of the cement concrete collar at the base, etc.

(d) Overhead line conductors- The length of overhead line conductors shall be determined by measuring the distance from center of one pole to the center of the next pole. If the conductor has been described by weight, its weight shall be calculated by multiplying measured length of the conductor by the standard weight per unit length of the same size of conductor. 3% extra should be allowed both for length and weight to take into account the sag, joining jumpers, wastage, if any, etc.

(e) The description of finished items of work shall include stringing, jointing, teeing off and connecting.

(f) Earth Wires – The earth wires shall be described fully and given either in length or weight stating the cross sectional area in square millimeters. The length and weight, as the case may be, shall be determined in accordance with 2 (d).

(g) Bearer Wire – Bearer wires shall be described either in length or weight stating cross sectional area in square millimeters. The length and weight, as the case may be, shall be determined in accordance with 2 (d).

(h) Cradles – Cradles shall be described in accordance with the drawing prepared and measured in numbers.

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(i) Stay Assemblies – Stay assemblies or struts shall be fully described and enumerated. Foundation concrete and excavation shall be described and included in the item of work.

(j)

(k) Wall and Service Brackets – The brackets for overhead lines and service brackets shall be described stating the formation of conductors and enumerated.

The method of fixing shall be stated.

(l)

Brackets, Cross Arms and Clamps-Brackets, cross arms and clamps fixed to the poles and struts shall be described and enumerated.

Insulators, Fuses, etc.- Installations of the following items included in the work shall be fully described wherever necessary enumerated and method of fixing stated –

(i) Insulators;

(ii) Lead-in-tubes;

(vi) Fuses;

(vii) Air break switches;

(m) Anti-climbing Device-Details of anti climbing device shall be described and measured numerically.

(n) Painting of poles and cross Arms – Painting of poles and cross arms shall be described stating the type of paints, number of coats, etc. and measured on numerical basis.

(o) Earthing Sets for Poles – Earthing sets shall be enumerated and described to include earth electrode, excavation of earth pit, watering arrangement, cover and filling of charcoal or salt. The main earth leads from the earth electrode including the protection pipe up to the pole is to be measured separately.

(p) Service connections shall be fully described and given in running meters in case of insulated cables and in length or weight stating the size of bare conductors.

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

1 EARTHING AND LIGHTENING CONDUCTOR

3701 Proving and fixing earthing arrangement with 16 mm dia 2.5 meter long galvanized iron or steel rod including packing of charcoal powder and salt as per specification, watering pipe 19 mm dia

G.I. connections, etc. complete with refilling the pit as required, but excluding the excavation of earth pit. each 510.00

3702 Proving and fixing earthing arrangement with 38.1 mm dia 2.5 meter long galvanized iron pipe electrode, including packing of charcoal powder and salt as per specification, watering pipe 19 mm dia G.I. connections, etc. complete with refilling the pit as required, but excluding the excavation of earth pit. each 910.00

3703 Proving and fixing earthing arrangement with 600x600x6.3 mm galvanized iron plate electrode, including packing of charcoal powder and salt as per specification, watering pipe 19 mm dia G.I. connections, etc. complete with refilling the pit as required, but excluding the excavation of earth pit. each 1420.00

3704 Proving and fixing earthing arrangement with 600x600x3.15 mm copper plate electrode, including packing of charcoal powder and salt as per specification, watering pipe 19 mm dia G.I. connections, etc. complete with refilling the pit as required, but excluding the excavation of earth pit. each 8235.00

3705 Supplying and laying G.I. earth lead duly installed on wall or in G.I. pipe including connections, etc. complete as required -

3706 Providing and laying earth continuity conductor including fixing with copper clamps and other necessary materials as per specification along the run of conduit-

(a) 13 sq. mm. (4 mm. dia)

(b) 25 sq. mm. (5.6 mm. dia)

(c) 40 sq. mm. (7.1 mm. dia)

(a) Aluminum earth continuity conductor -

(i) 4 sq. mm. m m m m

14.00

21.00

29.00

7.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

(ii) 6 sq. mm.

(iii) 10 sq. mm.

(iv) 16 sq. mm.

(v) 25 sq. mm.

(b) G.I. or steel earth continuity conductor -

(i) 6 sq. mm.

(ii) 10 sq. mm.

(iii) 13 sq. mm.

3707 Supplying and fixing G.I. pipe 12.7 mm dia

(for protection of earth lead) duly installed in position as required.

3708 Providing and laying aluminum earth continuity conductor of 4 sq. mm along the run of final sub-circuit duly installed inside casing, or batten or PVC conduit in an approved manner. m m m m m m m m m 5.00

3709 Providing and fixing earth terminal as required -

(a) for up to 10 sq. mm. earth wire

(b) for above 10 sq. mm wire

3710 Providing and fixing down conductor with

G.I./ Copper strip as per specification complete including connections to earth electrode riveting/sweating/soldering etc. as required -

(a) G.I. strip 25x3 mm

(b) Copper strip 20x3 mm

3711 Providing and fixing Testing Terminals in position as required with double nut bolts, washers, etc complete including connections - m m m m

5.00

13.00

41.00

289.00

(a) G.I. Testing Terminal

(b) Copper Testing Terminal each each

21.00

48.00

3712 Providing and fixing of vertical Air

Termination (finals) of 19 mm dia 1.5 m long of copper with 5 spinals including fixing as per specification complete as required. each 2594.00

8.00

11.00

14.00

18.00

7.00

8.00

11.00

92.00

Remarks

308

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3713 Providing and fixing vertical Air

Termination of G.I./Copper rod 12.5 mm. in diameter and 1.5 meter long with G.I. pipe support 38 mm. diameter and one meter long and base plate etc. rewetted / clamped/screwed complete in position as required -

(a) G.I. Air Termination

(b) Copper Air Termination each each

448.00

1243.00

3714 Providing and fixing of G.I. pipe support each of one meter long and 38 mm diameter, for fixing of vertical Air

Termination with base plate etc. complete as required. each 403.00

EXTERNAL ELECTRIFICATION AND OVER HEAD LINES

3715 Supplying of supports for overhead lines -

(a) Supply of steel tubular pole swaged type as per IS-2713 -

(i) ISWP – 8 8.00 meter long

(ii) ISWP – 9 8.5 meter long

(iii) ISWP – 10 8.5 meter long

(iv) ISWP – 11 8.5 meter long

(v) ISWP – 12 9.00 meter long

(vi) ISWP – 13 9.00 meter long

(vii) ISWP – 14 9.00 meter long

(viii) ISWP – 15 9.5 meter long

(ix) ISWP – 16 9.5 meter long

(x) ISWP – 17 9.5 meter long

(xi) ISWP – 18 10 meter long

(xii) ISWP – 19 10 meter long

(xiii) ISWP – 20 10 meter long

(xiv) ISWP – 21 10 meter long

(xv) ISWP – 22 11 meter long

(xvi) ISWP – 26 12 meter long

(b) Reinforced cement concrete pole 9 meter long conforming to IS-785

(c) 76.2 mm. diameter G.I. pipe pole 6 meter long. each 8666.00 each 8974.00 each

9111.00 each

9905.00 each

7223.00 each

9524.00 each

10387.00 each

7704.00 each

8974.00 each

10798.00 each

8561.00 each

9629.00 each

11487.00 each

14339.00 each

10419.00 each

12380.00 each

2594.00 each

2852.00

Remarks

309

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3716 Erection of pole in existing excavated pit, aligning and keeping it in truly vertical position ready for concreting and back filling, excluding excavation and concreting–

(a) Rail poles

(b) All Steel Tubular poles each each

(c) R.C.C. Poles

(d) G.I. Pipe poles

3717 Supplying and erection of stay-set complete with 16 mm stay rod anchor plate thimble, stay clamps, turn buckle, etc. with stay wire strain insulator complete duly erected as per specification including excavation and filling foundation in cement concrete 1:3:6 each each

(a) With 7/4.00 mm stay wire

(b) With 7/3.15 mm stay wire

(c) With 7/2.24 mm stay wire

3718 Supplying of angle/channel/flat iron fitting for overhead lines such as cross arms, clamps, brackets etc. including nuts and bolts, required holes, welding and other necessary materials as per specifications.

273.00

183.00

245.00

115.00 each 1238.00 each 1169.00 each 1035.00 kg 55.00

3719 Labour charges for fixing cross arms of angle iron or channel iron on existing pole as required -

(a) Single wire cross arms

(b) 2 wire cross arms

(c) 4 wire cross arms

(d) Cross arm for guard wire

3720 Labour charges for fixing ‘D’ brackets of angle iron 50x50x6 mm size on existing pole as required -

(a) ‘D’ bracket on pole

(b) ‘D’ bracket with 20 mm rod pole

3721 Labour charges for fixing ‘D’ brackets of angle iron 50x50x6 mm size on existing wall masonry with required materials complete. each each each each each each each

10.00

13.00

15.00

17.00

102.00

53.00

139.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit

3722 Supplying and fixing glazed porcelain pin insulators of approved make on existing pole or bracket with necessary materials as required -

(a) 65x100 mm

(b) 80x100 mm

3723 Supplying and fixing glazed porcelain shackle insulators of approved make on existing pole or brackets with necessary materials as required- each each

(a) 75x90 mm

(b) 100x15 mm

3724 Supplying and drawing standard aluminum conductor of approved make, stringing, marking off complete with binding at existing insulators, jointing, jumpering, teeing off, connecting, etc. as required and cleaning of obstacles (if any) etc. each each

(a) 7/1.96 aluminum conductor

(b) 7/2.44 aluminum conductor

(c) 7/2.79 aluminum conductor

(d) 7/3.40 aluminum conductor

(e) 7/3.91 aluminum conductor

(f) 7/4.17 aluminum conductor

3725 Supplying and drawing G.I. guard wire/earth wire/bearer wire 13 sq. mm (4 mm dia) including 7 stringing, binding at existing insulators or brackets, jointing, jumpering, connecting, etc. as required and clearing of obstacles (if any).

3726 Labour only for item No. 3724 and 3725 –

(a) For aluminum conductor of 7/1.96,

7/2.44, 7/2.79 and G.I. wire of 13 sq. mm

(4 mm dia).

(b) For aluminum conductor of 7/3.91 and

7/4.17. km. km. km. km. km. km. km km km

Rate

29.00

36.00

29.00

45.00

17126.00

25999.00

32259.00

47678.00

62798.00

70501.00

6110.00

862.00

1137.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit

3727 Supplying and erection of guards for existing overhead lines as required –

(a) Cradle type

(b) Hexagonal type

(c) Ring type

3728 Supplying and installing aerial fuses -

(a) 15/16 Amps 500 volts

(b) 30/32 Amps 500 volts

(c) 60/63 Amps 500 volts

3729 Supplying and installing iron clad weather proof cut-outs of approved make on existing pole or surface board/box with necessary materials complete including fixing and connection etc. as required -

(a) 15/16 Amps 250 volts

(b) 15/16 Amps 500 volts

(c) 30/32 Amps 500 volts

(d) 60/63 Amps 500 volts each each each each

(e) 100 Amps 500 volts

3730 Supplying and installing (overhead) service mains with PVC insulated cable suspended on existing bearer wire in an approved manner as per specification with bobbin insulators etc, or drawn in existing G.I. pipe brackets. or conduit pipe etc. wherever required including connection, testing etc; each

(a) One wire twin core -

(i) 1.5 sq. mm

(ii) 2.5 sq. mm

(iii) 4 sq. mm m m m

(b) Three wire single core -

(i) 2.5 sq. mm

(ii) 4 sq. mm

(iii) 6 sq. mm

(iv) 10 sq. mm

(v) 16 sq. mm m m m m m each each each each each each

48.00

77.00

90.00

202.00

232.00

24.00

27.00

29.00

50.00

56.00

67.00

85.00

122.00

Rate

39.00

28.00

25.00

17.00

25.00

39.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

(c) Four wire single core -

(i) 4 sq. mm

(ii) 6 sq. mm

(iii) 10 sq. mm m m m

70.00

90.00

178.00

(iv) 16 sq. mm

3731 Providing and fixing service clamps of G.I. pipe 38 mm diameter 3.5 meter long duly fixed on wall / masonry in an approved manner for service entries, complete with all materials as required. m each

3732 Providing and fixing service clamps of G.I. pipe 19 mm diameter 3 meter long duly fixed on wall / masonry in an approved manner for service entries, complete with all materials as required.

3733 Supplying and fixing of street light fitting suitable for incandescent lamps on existing pole complete with suitable bracket, double cone E.I. reflector, holders G.I. pipe up to O.H. lines, connecting cables, painting etc. duly installed in an approved manner as required. each each

162.00

1023.00

424.00

531.00 each 777.00 3734 Installing fluorescent street light/M.V. lamp fitting on existing pole including supplying and fixing of suitable G.I. pipes brackets of approved pattern, connecting cable in G.I. protective pipe, nuts, bolts, painting, welding, threading, connections, testing etc. complete as required.

(b) Add extra for decorative ornamental arrangement with iron fittings.

3735 Installing of control gearbox for M.V. lamps time switch on existing pole with fixing brackets, connections and other necessary materials as required. kg. 55.00 each 218.00

Remarks

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CHAPTER 38 – ELECTRICAL WORK – MISCELLANEOUS

Notes:-

1. Rates include all lead and lift, for all materials for all items unless otherwise specified.

2. The provision of scaffolding or Ladder or any tools and plants required shall be deemed

3.

4. to be included in the items, unless otherwise stated.

Cutting through walls and floors, lifting up floor boards and refixing, cutting out plaster and making good all the work disturbed, notching or drilling holes through joists, etc, shall be deemed to be included with the item of work.

Description and enumeration of fittings shall be generally in accordance with note 2 of chapter 35.

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3801 Fixing of fluorescent tube fitting on wall ceiling on T.W. blocks with necessary materials including connection etc. complete as required. each 66.00 each 167.00 3802 Fixing on fluorescent tube fitting on wall each with the approved type sawn neck steel conduit brackets on T.W. blocks with necessary materials including connection etc. complete as required.

3803 Fixing of fluorescent tube fitting with pendant arrangement of two pieces of approved metallic chain with necessary materials including connection, 3 core flexible wire etc. complete as required –

(a) For pendant length up to 1.5 meter

(b) Add for additional pendant length in excess of 1.5 meter. each 161.00 each 64.00

3804 Fixing of fluorescent tube fitting with stiff pendant arrangement of two pieces of steel conduit and other necessary material including connection etc. complete as required –

(a) For pendant length up to 1.5 meter

(b) Add for additional pendant length in excess of 1.5 meter. each each

308.00

129.00

3805 Fixing of fluorescent tube recessed mounting fitting in existing recess with necessary materials including connection etc, complete as required. each 347.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

3806 Supplying and fixing fan clamps of 16 mm dia steel bar as per specification complete

(a) For stone slab roof ‘J’ type hook

(b) For R.C.C. slabs/beams each each

3807 Supplying and fixing fan clamps with hook on existing T.W. Beam trusses with required size flat iron etc. as per specification complete. each

3808 Erection of ceiling/cabin fan in position including wiring, fixing regulator testing etc. with necessary materials complete as required-

55.00

28.00

83.00

(a) Regulator on TW boards.

(b) Regulator in C.I./M.S. boxes

3809 Erection of fan regulator in position with necessary materials connection etc. complete as required - each each

45.00

57.00

(a) On TW boards.

(b) In C.I/M.S. boxes each each

13.00

20.00

3810 Erection of exhaust fan in position with required VIR TBC cable, frame bolts etc. complete including connections. each 48.00

3811 Erection of wall bracket fan in position with required VIR cable, raw bolts etc. complete including connections and making wall surface good. each 116.00

3812 Supplying and fixing down rod for ceiling fan including threading, painting, making holes etc. as required complete.

3813 Numbering of ceiling fans or fittings with approved paint including all labour, materials etc. complete as required - each 101.00

(a) Lettering up to 7 cm height -

(b) Lettering above 7 cm but up to 15 cm height. each each

1.40

2.80

3814 Providing and fixing pilot lamps over main distribution fuse boards/boxes with 16-mm bracket with lamp holder, paw shade.

Controlling switch, including wiring and other necessary materials as required-

(a) On TW. board

(b) On C.I/M.S. box each each

147.00

181.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

3815 Providing and fixing locking arrangement for main switch and switch boards/main and branch distribution boards in an approved type of iron frame with shutter in position, including painting, finishing etc. as required complete. sqm. 2440.00

3816 Fixing of house service meter on suitable size of T.W. board with necessary materials and connections, testing etc. complete as per specification -

(a) Single phase meter

(b) Three phase meter each 94.00 each 104.00

Remarks

316

CHAPTER – 39 ELECTRICAL WORK – FANS, FLUORESCENT TUE

FITTINGS, MERCUREY VAPOUR FITTING AND MISCELLANEOUS

Notes:-

1. Rates include all lead and lift for all materials for all items unless otherwise specified.

2. The provision of scaffolding of ladder or any tools and plants required shall be deemed to be included in the items unless otherwise stated.

3. Cutting through walls and floors, lifting up floor boards and refixing, cutting out plaster and making good all the work disturbed, notching or drilling holes through joists, etc. shall be deemed to be included with the item of work.

4. Rates given in this section are meant only for estimate purposes. The material contained therein shall be supplied by the department.

Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

3901 Approved make electric ceiling fan complete with standard down rod, canopy, hanging shackle blades and speed regulator suitable for operation on

2300250 volts A.C. supply -

(i) 900 mm sweep

(ii) 1050 mm sweep

(iii) 1200 mm sweep each 2216.00 each 2289.00 each 2536.00

(iv)

(v)

1400 mm sweep

1500 mm sweep

3902 Approved make electric wall bracket fan complete with wall bracket, canopy, blades, speed regulator suitable for operation on 230-250 volts A.C. supply - each 2744.00 each 2846.00

3903 Approved make speed regulator only for

A.C. fans all sizes -

(i) 1400 mm sweep

(ii) 1500 mm sweep

(i) Capacitor type

(ii) Resistance type

(iii) Electronic type each 4088.00 each 4480.00 each each each

168.00

420.00

364.00

317

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3904 Approved make electric table fan 400 mm sweep oscillating type with blades, guard, speed regulator and three core flexible cable and three pin plug top, suitable for operation on 230-250 volts.

3905 Approved make cabin fan 230 volts oscillating type with base, blades, guard etc. complete. each 2900.00

(i) All purpose

(ii) Deluxe type each 2128.00 each 3360.00

3906 Approved make regulator for cabin fan for

400mm sweep 230 volts A.C.

3907 Approved make pedestal type electric fan

A.C. 230 volts 400 mm sweep oscillating, adjustable height complete with base, stand, blades, regulator, guard etc. with three core flexible cable and 3 pin top complete.

3908 Wall mounting exhaust fan of approved make complete with motor, mounting frame, blades, etc. - each 135.00 each 4815.00

3909

(i) 380 mm (a) app 900 rpm

(b) app 1400/1500 rpm

(ii) 450 mm (a) app 900 rpm

(b) app 1400/1500 rpm

(i) 900 mm (a) app 700 rpm

(b) app 900 rpm

Speed regulator for exhaust fan -

(a) Resistance/Capacitor type - each

5198.00 each

5383.00 each

6096.00 each

6456.00 each

10471.00 each

11376.00

(i) For 380 mm

(ii) for 450 mm

(iii) for 900 mm

(b) Electronic type for all sizes - each each each

448.00

530.00

586.00

(i) 375 mm

(ii) 450 mm

(iii) 600 mm

3910 Louver shutters for exhaust fan each each each each

560.00

699.00

828.00

606.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

3911 Approved make air circulators, suitable for operation on 230 volts, A.C. complete adjustable with base, stand, blades, guard.

Speed regulator, flexible cable, etc.

FLUORESCENT TUBE FITTINGS

each

3912 Approved make of fluorescent single tubes, batten, type fitting complete with copper wound choke, starter, lamp holder complete duly wired etc, but without tube. each

6719.00

448.00

3913 Approved make of fluorescent tube fitting rust resistant, stove enameled, channel/rail/box type with copper wound choke, capacitor, starter, holder etc. duly wired complete, but without tube -

(i) 1x40 watt

(ii) 2x40 watt each each

(iii) 1x20 watt

3914 Approved make of industrial type fluorescent tube fitting, rust resistant, stove enameled, with copper wound choke, capacitor, starter, lamp holder complete, with stove enameled reflector but without tube - each

560.00

816.00

520.00

3915 Approved make and type of fluorescent tube decorative fitting, comprising of metallic channel base, copper wound chock capacitor, starter, lamp holder etc. complete duly wired, but without tube - each

“A” 1x40 watt

(i) With opal acrylic diffuser

“B” 2x40 watt

(i) With decorative attachment consisting of M.S. reflector & opal acrylic diffuser and polystyrene end plates.

(ii) With perforated M.S. side panels M.S. end plate and polystyrene end plates. each each 3304.00 each

1960.00

2323.00

319

Item No. Item

3916 Approved make fluorescent street light fitting complete with copper wound choke starter, capacitor, lamp holder, start holder etc; duly wired side entry with clear acrylic covers but without tube -

“A” 2x20 watt

“B” 1x40 watt.

Unit Rate Remarks

each

“C” 2x40 watt. each each

3917 Approved make of tubular fluorescent lamp -

(i) 20 watt 61 cm

(ii) 40 watt 122 cm

MERCURY VAPOUR FITTING.

3918 Approved make of high-pressure M.V. fitting. Consisting of metal canopy housing for control gear, highly polished reflector, highly transparent acrylic hinged cover complete with taped choke, capacitor, connector etc. suitable for end mounting duly wired but complete, without tube –

(a) 125 watt - each each

156.00

168.00 each

(b) 250 watt -

(i) Popular

(c) 400 watt -

(i) Popular each each 6551.00 each each 6944.00 each 10806.00

320

Item No. Item Unit Rate

3919 Approved making of post-top street lighting lanterns, comprising top circular metal canopy, inside high glass enamel and out side suitably coated to make it weather proof, bottom of circular acrylic bowl, conical metallic base for installing complete fitting on a pipe pole with two pin

B.C. lamp holder etc. suitable for 80/125 watt M.V. lamp but without controlling gears, lamp etc. each 2296.00

643.00 3920 Approved make of mercury vapour lantems suitable for 125/80 watt M.V. lamp/160 watt blended lamp consisting of enclosed cast aluminum canopy, finished in stove enameled white inside and hammer tone grey outside, heat resistant closed/open glass bowls, and rubber gasket, but excluding controlling gears, lamp etc. each

3921 Anti-rust treated, stove enamel finished weatherproof and drip water-proof and aponage rubber gasketed, control, gear box, pole or wall mounting suitable for housing the control gear of lamps –

(i) 1x125 watt M.V. lamp

(ii) 1x250 watt M.V. lamp

(iii) 1x400 watt M.V. lamp

(iv) 1x250 watt sun lamp

3922 Taped polyester choke for mercury vapour lamp suitable for - each each

2098.00

3554.00 each 4031.00 each 8959.00

3923 Capacitor for fluorescent mercury vapour/

S.Q.M. lamp suitable for -

(i) 3.5 MFD

(ii) 4 MFD

(i) 125 watt,

(ii) 250 watt,

(iii) 400 watt,

(iv) 250 watt sun lamp

(iii) 8 MFD

(iv) 10 MFD

(v) 33 MFD each 673.00 each 1231.00 each 1539.00 each 3360.00 each each each each

185.00

185.00

308.00

336.00 each 1400.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

3924 High pressure mercury vapour lamps -

(i) 125 watt,

(ii) 250 watt,

(iii) 400 watt, each 609.00 each 1370.00 each 2089.00

(iv) Blended Lamp MML 160 W

3925 High pressure Sodium Vapour Lamp (Sun) each 474.00

(i) 250 watt each 4480.00

3926 Supply of approved make and accepted standard H.P. sodium vapour, street lighting luminaries consisting of metallic

(cast aluminum alloy) housing highly polished aluminum mirrors, clear acrylic covers, gasket and equipped with quality accessories such as ballast, condenser, igniter skirted ceramic lamp holder suitable for 250 WHPSV lamp complete but without

Sun lamp. each 13326.00

MISCELLANEOUS

3927 Out door general purpose flood light fitting, complete with heat resistance, glass, highly polished metallic reflector housing, lamp holder stand etc. complete, but without lamp suitable for -

(i) Up to 200 watt

(ii) Up to 1000 watt each 1231.00 each 1764.00

3928 Out door general purpose flood light fitting, comprising of highly polished reflector housing, water tight, heat resistance, clear font glass covers, adjustable lamp holder stand etc. complete, but without lamp -

(i) Special 500/1000 watt each 2380.00

3929 Outdoor weather proof long range flood light projector complete with highly polished, detachable reflector, water tight, heat resistant front glass adjustable lamp holder for focussing with a movable stand,

P.N. control gear box containing condenser HPL 1000 watt ballast etc. complete but without lamp. each

18086.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

3930 Vitreous enameled sheet steel dispersive reflector for industrial lighting –

(i) Suitable for 60 to 200 watt. GLS or 80 w

HPMV lamp. each 504.00

(ii) Suitable for 500 w GLS or 125/250 w

HPMV lamp. each 810.00

3931 Table stand, adjustable to ensure flexible adjustment of light in a desired position complete with reflector, stand lamp holder, switch flexible cord Up to 2 meter and plug but without lamp –

(i) Junior type

(ii) Senior type each each

474.00

979.00

3932 Bed-cum-night lamp fitting, complete with reflector, lamp holder, thread switch etc. but without lamp.

3933 Wall mounting storage type automatic electric water heater complete with inner copper container sheet steel outer container heating element, thermostat indicating lamp, connections with inlet and outlet pipes vent pipe connections, etc. –

(i) 25 liters capacity

(ii) 35 liters capacity each

363.00 each 8818.00 each

10329.00 each

12319.00 each 3920.00

(iii) 50 liters capacity

3934 Electric geyser 1 to 3 KW capacity with two switches for hot water automatic with pilot lamp etc. complete.

3935 Mini room heaters, 750w rod element without switch

3936 General purpose room heater 1000w rod element, without switch.

3937 Room heater, 2000 w double rod element adjustable heat control with switch for one element.

3938 Desert type room cooler complete with heavy duty electric fans, reservoir, water pump for circulation of water khas tattis, sheet metal enclosures having sheet steel grill on three sides and suitable front / grill / cover and control switches for suitable 230 volts AC

Each

Each each

364.00

700.00

1371.00

(i) Junior with stand each 17470.00

(ii) Senior floor mounting/window mounting each 19374.00

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

3939 Refrigerator compressor type-

(i) 165 liters capacity

(ii) 285 liters capacity

3940 Air conditioning unit complete window type with water tank -

(i) 1 tonne capacity each 27998.00 each 38076.00

(ii) 1

½ tonne capacity

(ii) 2

½ tonne capacity each 60474.00 each 75591.00 each 123186.00

3941 Water coolers -

(i) Instantaneous type

(ii) Storage type

3942 Time switch single pole 30 Amps 200/250 volts. each each

17918.00

30240.00 each 4200.00

3943 Supply of distribution Transformer of accepted standards and specifications,

11/0.4 K.V indoor or outdoor type with hand operated, off load tap changing switch drain and filter valve, two earthing terminals, lifting of oil

(i) up to 100 KVA KVA

(II) up to 160 KVA but more than 100 KVA KVA

(III) up to 250 KVA but more than 160 KVA KVA

(iv) up to 400 KVA but more than 250 KVA KVA

(v) above 400 KVA

3944 Installation charges for transformer (labour only) -

(i) outdoor type pole mounting (up to 500

KVA )

KVA

1410.00

1545.00

1390.00

1314.00

1146.00 each 5375.00

(ii) outdoor type pedestal mounting

(ii) indoor type

3945 Supply of iron-clad totally enclosed, overhead bus-bar trunking system (for power wiring for industrial establishment )

(can also be used for rising mains) - each each

5375.00

4031.00

(i) Overhead bus-bars -

(a) 200 Amps. T.P.

(b) 200 Amps. TP & N m m

1568.00

1763.00

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Item No. Item Unit Rate

(ii) T.P plug in box suitable for mounting on

TP bus-bars-

(a) 30 Amps.

(b) 60 Amps.

(c) 100 Amps.

(iii) TP&N plug in box suitable for mounting on T P & N bus-bars-

(a) 30 Amps.

(b) 60 Amps.

(c) 100 Amps.

(iv) incoming connector housing for heavy duty cable -

(i) 1 H.P.

(ii) 1.5 H. P.

(iii) 2 H.P.

(iv) 3 H.P. each 1314.00 each 1539.00 each 1791.00 each 1511.00 each 1791.00 each

(a) 300 Amps. T.P.

(b) 300 Amps. TP & N

3946 Supplying of Deep well Ejector type water pump with suitable electric motor, but excluding switch gear with 15 meter column assembly - each m

4283.00

3528.00

4031.00 each 27998.00 each 30796.00 each

40315.00 each

47035.00 each

54874.00 each

68313.00

(v) 5 H.P.

(vi) 7.5 H.P.

3947 Supplying of centrifugal water pump sets with suitable electric motor, but excluding switch gear- “A” coupled typed pumping sets-

(i) 3 H.P.

(ii) 5 H. P.

(iii) 7.5 H.P.

(iv) 10 H.P.

“B” Mono block type pumping sets-

(i) 2 H.P.

(ii) 3 H.P.

(iii) 5 H.P.

(iv) 7.5 H.P.

(v) 10 H.P each 21445.00 each

26205.00 each 32279.00 each

37516.00 each

17358.00 each 19344.00 each

25198.00 each each

29061.00

35276.00

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CHAPTER 40- ELECTRICAL WORK – LABOUR RATES FOR WIRING

Notes :-

1. Rates include all lead and lift, for all materials for all items, unless otherwise specified.

2. The socket out let point on the same board shall be treated as 1/2 point in the respective system of wiring.

3. Labour rates for point are inclusive of labour for fitting all accessories and fittings such as switch, ceiling rose, sockets, Brass lamp holders etc. as required.

4. Labour rates for each circuit shall be same as one point in respective system of wiring.

Item No. Item Unit

4001 Labour rate for wiring a light/ Fan/ Twin control light/ socket out-let on separate board/call-bell point on TW batten system. each each 4002 Labour rate for wiring a light/ Fan/ Twin control light/ socket out-let on separate board/ call- bell point on TW casing and capping system.

4003 Labour rate for wiring a light/ Fan/ Twin control light/ socket out-let on separate board/call-bell point in (open) rigid steel conduit system. each

4004 Labour rate for wiring a light/ Fan/ Twin control light/ socket out-let on separate board/call-bell point in

4005 Labour rate for wiring a light/ Fan/ Twin control light/ socket out-let on separate board/call-bell point in surface (open) rigid

PVC conduit system. each each

4006 Labour rate for wiring a light/ Fan/ Twin control light/ socket out-let on separate board/call-bell point in recessed

(concealed) rigid PVC conduct system. each each 4007 Labour rate for wiring a power point exclusive of socket outlet in surface rigid steel conduit system, including labour for fixing earth continuity conductor.

Rate

54.00

Remarks

68.00

81.00

81.00

81.00

81.00

95.00

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Item No. Item Unit

4008 Labour rate for wiring a power point

(exclusive of socket outlet) in recessed

(concealed) rigid steel conduit system, including labour for earth continuity conductor.

4009 Labour rate for fixing rigid steel conduit in surface conduit wiring system, as per specification -

(i) 20 mm conduit.

(ii) 25 mm & 32 mm conduit each m m

(iii) 40 & 50 mm conduit m

4010 Labour rate for rewiring light / fan /

Twin control light/socket out-let on separate board/call-bell point in rigid steel

/rigid PVC non metallic conduit in (open) surface conduit wiring system. each each 4011 Labour rate for rewiring of light/fan/twin control light/socket/out-let on separate board / call-bell point in rigid steel / rigid

PVC non-metallic conduit in recessed

(concealed) conduit wiring system.

4012 Labour rate for fixing rigid steel conduit as per specification in recessed (concealed) conduit wiring system-

(i) 20 mm conduit

(ii) 25 mm & 32 mm conduit

(iii) 40 mm & 50 mm conduit

4013 Labour rates for drawing cables in existing rigid steel conduit (surface or recessed)- m m m

“A” 2 wires-

(i) 2.5 sq mm/4 sq mm/ 6 sq mm

(ii) 10 sq mm/16 sq mm/25 sq mm

(iii) 35 sq mm/50 sq mm

“B” 3 wire & 4 wires-

(i) 2.5 sq mm/4 sq mm/6 sq mm

(ii) 10 sq mm/16 sq mm/25 sq mm

(iii) 35 sq mm/50 sq mm m m m m m m

Rate

108.00

Remarks

13.00

20.00

21.00

41.00

49.00

24.00

33.00

39.00

5.00

6.00

8.00

6.00

10.00

11.00

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CHAPTER 41 - DRILLING OF TUBE WELL

Notes :-

1.

2.

General: - (a) The rates are based on the working rates of the departmental rig including the labour charges and market rates for the miscellaneous items required for the drilling of the tube wells.

(b) The contractor shall make or repair the approach roads at his own cost, for which no extra amount will be payable to him.

(c) All stores supplied to the contractor by the department will be lifted by him from the sub-divisional stores at his own cost.

(d) Precautions should be taken to prevent damage to the tube well during the drilling. Precautions should also be taken to avoid any accident during drilling.

(e) The drilling shall be done in accordance with the specification.

(f) Fixing of tube well sites marking their numbers, fixing water level gauges/records collection of well data etc. will be done by the department.

(g) The rates provided in this schedule include the cost of all materials and labour required for performance of all workmanship including other necessary items etc. required for the proper execution of tube well construction. The rates of all items include transport of machinery from the contractors place or office to the site of work and from one tube well site to another.

(h) The rates also include water charges required for drilling work. No extra payment for water and its lead will be paid. However the contractors will be allowed to take water from Government owned tube well if available close to drilling sites.

The rates for water used by contractor from Government tube wells would be according to the volumetric rates fixed by Water Resources Department from time to time. The use of such water can be allowed only when it can be done without detriment to the primary purpose for which the source is meant.

(i) No claim for compensation for amount paid by drilling contractors in respect of any passage rights through the private properties or field will be entertained. The officer in-charge of the construction shall however assist the contractor using his good offices for having such facilities either at no charge or minimum reasonable charges. In case of any dispute between the contractor and the cultivator the charges fixed by Agriculture or Revenue authorities shall be payable by the con tractor without any claim for reimbursement by the department.

Well assembly and supply of pipes :- (a) The rates of blind and slotted pipes include the cost of transportation, storage and supervision charges. The pipes shall be supplied departmentally at Sub-Divisional stores. Extra lead for carting will only be permissible for the materials supplied departmentally from the place other than sub-divisional store.

(b) In the case of well assembly, supplied by the Department only labour charges for lowering will be payable to the contractor. If the contractor wants to use his own pipes, he shall obtain written permission from the competent authority, and before lowering well assembly, he shall get it checked and measurements recorded by the Engineer-in-Charge.

(c) Contractor shall submit monthly statement of stock to Engineer-in-Charge of work in case of pipes etc. supplied departmentally.

(d) Precautions should be taken to prevent damage to the pipes and other assembly during lowering in to the well.

(e) The lowering of well assembly shall be done as per specifications.

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3. Development (a) The rates include the average rates of 7,9 cum/M (cubic meter per minute) or more than 9 cum/M. compressors, the rates of consumable and the labour charges.

(b) The development by compressor shall be done by 7, 9 and above 9 cum/M compressors depending upon the type of Tube well i.e. shallow or Deep. Work by compressors with less than 7 cum/M capacity or with more than 9 cum/M capacity will be done after the permission of Engineer-in-Charge is obtained.

Development can also be done by over pumping methods.

4. Yield Test- (a) The rates include, the working cost of submersible pump of 0.03, 0.06,

0.09 cumec or more capacity at 30 m head keeping in view the designed discharge, including labour charges and cost of consumables.

(b) The yield test shall be done as per para 5.3 of IS:- 2800 (Pt-II) 1979.

5. Labour charges for installation of pumps :- (a) Rates cover all labour charges, transportation of pipes and accessories, fixing clamps, trial test, fixing irrigation panel etc.

(b) The suitable pump motor unit and its accessories shall be supplied by the

Department at Sub-Divisional stores. The contractor shall be paid labour charges only.

6. Specifications for the construction of tube wells.

A General: - A complete tube well shall mean:-

(a) A bore hole vertical within the prescribed non-vertical limits drilled up to designed depth in alluviums or rocky areas.

(b) Installation of requisite well assembly i.e., housing pipe, blind pipe, slotted pipe of strainers, bail plug and other accessories.

(c) Placing of suitable gravel pack (in case of gravel, packed tube wells). Placing of suitable sand pack (in case of sand packed tube wells).

(d) Development of tub-well with object of :-

(i) Producing effect of natural gravel pack (in case of naturally packed design).

(ii) Producing maximum sand free yield of water for the specified standard draw down in alluvium and rocky areas.

(e) Conducting yield test by over pumping of the tube well.

(f) Installation of suitable turbine, or submersible pump assembly as specified and comprising of :-

(i) Pump (ii) Motor (iii) Column (iv) Airline (v) Sluice and Reflux valve (vi)

Water level guard with signal cable and electrode (vii) Pressure gauge (viii) Water

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level indicator (x) Irrigation panel containing starter no load and over current relays with metal parts duly earthed as per India Electricity Rules, 1936.

(g) Making provision of pump house as per specified design.

(h) Energisation of tube well and handing over to the cultivator, with specified completion certificate and manual of preventive instructions as per booklet ‘Aapke

Apna Nalkoop’

B. Strata:- (a) Rocky area shall mean, area where the strata essentially comprises of the rock formation. Rocks may be with or without fissures and faults, joints and bedding planes, may have fractured and weathered zones. Rocks may be soft, medium or hard, and comprise of shale’s, sand stones, lime stones, dolomites, quart-sites, basalts, granites, schist’s, fillites, slates, gneisses and their intercalation, intrusive and conglomerates of these, but shall exclude clays, sands, pebbles, cobbles and boulders moorum and silt stones.

(b) All alluvium areas shall mean areas where the strata comprises of loose, unconsolidated materials like clays, sits, s ands gravels, pebbles, cobbles and boulders.

C. Verticality and alignment :- ( a) Verticality of a tube well means verticality of casing pipe or housing pipe up to 200 mm dia and up to 30 m depth in one direction and in one plane and up to 50 m depth for casing pipes of more than

200 mm dia.

(b) The bore hole should be in a vertical alignment so that installation of vertical turbine pump or submersible pump can be done in the tube well without any difficulty. Alignment means plumbness and straightness of the tube well.

Plumbness refers to the variation with the depth of the actual centre line of the tube well from the true vertical line drawn through the centre of the tube well from top, down to its depth. Straightness merely considers whether actual centre line of the tube well is straight or otherwise. Thus a tube well may be straight but not in plumb, since its alignment may be displaced in one direction or other from the vertical.

A drilled hole may not be in a perfect vertical alignment because of various reasons, hence a tolerance limit of verticality has been fixed while drilling, such that within this limit also the installation of vertical turbine pump or submersible pump is possible in the tube well.

(c) The limits of verticality of shallow and deep tube wells are specified in the table given below and will be applicable to all contracts.

Limits of Verticality:-

Serial

No.

1

3.

Type of tube well

& deep

Deep

Dia of bore

Shallow Up to

30 cm

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Dia of casing

15 cm

20 cm

25 cm or more

Permissible limit Penalty for non-verticality of verticality in 30 m depth (all in beyond permissible limits one direction)

15 mm

30 mm

50 mm

(a) Rs. 200 per tube well when pump can be installed

(b) Rs. 500 per tube well when zigzag bore is used and pump can be installed.

10% deduction in the cost of drilling of tube well, provided pump can also be installed.

do cm or

40 cm

45 cm or more

(d) Method of testing verticality-Refer figure on page no. 304. The plumb is a short cylinder with outside dia about 6 mm smaller than the casing pipe of the tube well. It is provided with a hook by which it can be suspended on a wire line. The point of suspension must be in the exact centre of the device, which can be achieved by means of adjustable guide pulley. The plumb-bob should be heavy enough to stretch the line taut. A 3-mm wire cable makes a good line that does not kink easily.

A transparent plastic sheet on which a number of concentric circles are marked and a slot is cut, ex t ending from the centre out to the edge of the sheet, is placed on housing pipe. The concentric circles permit centering the plastic sheet accurately on top of the well casing.

The sheet is used first to determine, whether the wire line is in the centre of the casing with the plumb bob hanging just below the top of the pipe.

As the plumb-bob is lowered below the top of the pipe, the plastic sheet can be rotated on the top of casing pipe until the slot is oriented in the direction that the wire line tends to drift away from the centre.

Measurements along he edge of the slot can be then made to determine the amount of drift as he test proceeds. Drift from the perpendicular at any depth can be calculated from the formula :- here V

H

H

V = H hxe

+

D - d

2

= Drift in cm at depth H

= Total depth from point of suspension in m.

= Height of point of suspension of gauge disc above top of lining e tube in m.

= Eccentricity of suspending wire from central axis measured in cm at top of lining tube.

D.

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D

D

= Dia. of bore hole in cm.

= Dia of gauge plate in cm.

Materials: - (a) Housing pipe – It is the pipe provided in upper portion of the tube well in which pump and motor assembly is accommodated. The dia of the housing pipe should be 25 mm more than the bowl dia of the pump with capacity up to 750 liters minute. In case of pump having capacity more than 750 liter minute and up to 1815 liter minute, the dia of housing pipe should be kept as 50 mm more than the bowl dia of pump. The clearance is allowed so that the pump may be lowered without any damage to the cable etc. the pipe should be of heavy duty and provided at least 0.6 m above the ground level to have good and strong foundation. Further length of the pipe should be decided as given below:-

Length of housing pipe = (0.6 m above ground + Depth of SWL)

= (Fluctuation + draw down + length of pump motor assembly + 0.9 m extra)

(b) Blind pipe or casing pipe-Blind pipe or casing pipe is provided in nonaquifer-portion and below housing pipe and up to slotted pipe. The dia of the blind pipe can be less than the housing pipe in order to have economy in construction cost. The length of the blind pipe should be decided on the basis of non-aquifer portion or unwanted aquifer portions, which are to be cased.

(c) Slotted pipe or screen: - The screen or slotted pipe should be provided against the required thickness of aquifer in order to allow ground water to be pumped into the tube well. The length of the slotted pipe should be decided by the thickness of the aquifer portion needed to be tapped and normally the screen should be provided against coarsest and bottom most aquifer layer. The upper one and unwanted aquifer layers should be made up by smallest feasible dia blind pipe.

(d) The housing pipe, blind pipe and slotted pipe (as mentioned above in a, b, and c) to be used in the tube-well, shall be of mild steel conforming to IS:

1239 (Pt-I)- 1985 for dia up to 150 mm and IS:4270-1983 for dia above

150 mm. the pipes may be seamless of Electric Resistance welded as may be contracted for and approved by the Engineer-in-Charge with specified threads. Plain ended pipes, duly welded on work-spot or pipes with threaded ends with sockets can also be used. In order that the well assembly be centrally lowered in the bore, the housing and casing pipe to be fitted in alluvium or overburden portion of the tube well shall be fitted with centralising guides of the design specified by the department or specially approved by the Engineer-in-Charge. These guides should be fitted at every 10 m subject to minimum of 3 guides per tube well.

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SPECIFIED CENTRALISING GUIDE

e) The slotted pipes to be used will have lined slots (vertical or horizontal) of required size to give an area of opening as prescribed in the design. The percentage area of opening will be generally 15 to 22%. The slot size should not exceed the thickness of slotted pipe. Generally the slot size will be D 10 size of the gravel pack or may be within limits of 1 mm to 3 mm thickness. The length of the slot can also vary from 50 mm to 80 mm within the prescribed percentage area of opening allowed. The length of the slotted pipe/strainer will not be less than 3 m. The slotted pipe shall be attached to the housing or blind pipe by means of a strong M.S. coupling

(reducer if required) of quality and design approved by Engineer-in-

Charge.

Screen length- The length of strainer is usually determined from the thickness of the aquifer encountered. It is not necessary to screen the whole depth of the aquifer and only that depth should be screened, which will be enough theoretically for about 200% of the desired discharge.

Wherever a full aquifer has been drilled through, the screened portion of the aquifer may be limited as follows:-

(i) In fine sand gravel aquifers, only 40% of the aquifer need be screened.

(ii) In coarse to medium sand grade aquifer, a maximum of 60% of the aquifer be screened.

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(iii) In confined aquifer the percentage of strainer length should be kept:-

Thickness of aquifer

Less than 7.5 m

7.5 m to 15 m

% of screen length

70

75

Above 15 m 80

(f) 1.5 m long bail plug of M.S. blind pipe with close bottom and lifting hook of

20 mm dia bars or bail plug of approved type shall be provided at the bottom of screen pipe.

(g) Standard slot size for 150 mm dia 4.85 mm thick slotted pipes are slot size 76.2 mmx3.2 mm.

Design pattern (staggered and vertical)-

(i) No. of slots per set - 3

(h)

(iii) No. of rows per m- 13 per 429

(v) % Area of opening at inner face- 22.2%

Slot size 72.5x1.6 mm per 5

(i)

(j)

(iii) No. of rows per m- 13 per 780

(v) % Area of opening at inner face- 19.2%

Painting: - Before placing into bore holes coat of approved anti-corrosive paint should be given to all the mild steel parts of the well assembly, both inside and outside.

Gravel packing: - The term gravel packing is used to he placing of uniform gravel adjacent to the well screen. The thickness of the pack ranges from

75 mm to 150 mm depending upon design.

The main purpose of gravel pack is to enable water bearing formation to yield sand free water to its maximum capacity. The gravel must be-

(i) Fine enough to prevent the passage through its pores of particles from the formation materials.

(ii) Coarse enough to give a lesser resistance so that the head loss in flow of water through it should be relatively small.

The gravel in the pack shall consist of clean, hard, well-rounded uniform particles of silica or quartzes free from dirt, foreign material as well as

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flaky particles. The uniformity co-efficient cu-(D 60) / (D 10) shall not be more than 2. The size of the gravel will depend upon mechanical analysis of the aquifer materials for uniform aquifer.

The packing of gravel around the well assembly will be a continuous process and shall start from bottom upward. The gravel should be packed systematically in layers through 35 mm dia to 50 mm dia GI pipe. A 450 mm dia trough can be manufactured and to it 3 such GI pipes are attached. The trough kept on casing pipe of the tube well from which pouring of the gravel can be done conveniently. The three G.I. pipes should at least be carried down on the side walls of the casing up to 200 mm to 250 mm detailed instructions given in technical circular No. 17-

D&R-71, dated, 16-6-1971 issued by the Director, Tube wells.

(k) Prepacked filters:- The prepack filters are suitable when the gravel of suitable size and quality is not available within a reasonable economical lead. For determining its feasibility, the study may be made for the extra cost of prepack filter and the amount expected for the transportation. If the transportation charges for gravel comes more than the difference of cost of prepack filter and the suitable screen, it should be used. The prepack filter is available in different dia pipes. It reduced the dia of the above. A prepack filter filled with 2.5 cm thickness prepack on 15 cm slotted pipe can easily be installed on 25 cm dia bore and the intervening spaces filled with formation stabiliser. These filters can be used to advantage in fine sandy aquifers which will otherwise need installation of brass Strainer No. 20 or 0.5 mm slot size. It can be used both for confined and unconfined aquifers. The grain sizes of the pack are available in 6 mesh (3.36 to 4 mm), 8 mesh (2.38 to 3.36 mm) and 10 mesh (2 to 2.38 mm) and suitable one can be chosen based on D-60 of the formation and method of drilling employed.

(l) Use of cage type wire wound Strainer/Brass Strainer:- These strainers are used in fine sandy formation or for filter points. In his a fine mesh is wound around the M.S. perorated pipes (64 hole of 2 cm dia/30 cm). The size of the perforations varies from 1.5 cm to 2 cm dia depending upon the dia of the M.S. pipe around the mesh a copper wire is wound in helical manner on which a brass punched strap is provided. The actual area available is the area of perforation in M.S. pipes and the wire mesh.

These are relatively cheaper than the brass strainer.

(m) Column pipe: - It is G.I. pipe directly connected with pump motor assembly, acts as delivery pipe, which is brought above top of housing pipe, and provided with a 90

0

bend and a sluice valve for controlling discharges. The entire pump motor assembly along with column pipes rests on top of housing pipe by means of two strong clamps as specified.

Length of column pipe is governed by: - (SWL- fluctuations-draw down

±

0.6 m) and it should have 0.9 m horizontal length. Dai of the column pipe will be decided by the size and capacity of the pump.

(n) Pumps:- For function of tube-wells either vertical turbine or submersible pumps are in use. The selection of pump will depend upon the pumping head and discharge.

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(i) Pump setting should be kept at, H= (Peak summer SWL + Permissible draw down + seasonal fluctuation). Additional head for frictional loss and

5 cm for command should also be accounted, and thus total head H for the pump is arrived.

(ii) The horsepower of the pump is then worked out from the relation.

H.P. = WQH / 75

Where

Q =

W =

Discharge in cubic meter per second

Unit wt. Of water in kg/cum

H

N

=

=

Head against which water is to be lifted in m.

Efficiency of Pump-motor assembly.

(o) Valves: - Gun metal sluice valve of size 50, 60, 75 and 100 mm should be used.

(p) Irrigation panels of following specification may be used.

(1) D.O.L. up to 5 H.P.

(2) Star – Delta type form 5 HP-12.5 H.P.

(3) Auto Transformer Starter above 12.5 H.P. Suitable capacitor improving power factor as per recommendation of M.P.E.B. should also be installed.

(q) Water level guard will have single electrode 20 mm and with single indicator.

(r) Pressure gauge will be of 100 – mm size.

(s) Bentonite for drilling mud should have swelling factor of 1200%

7. Drilling :- (a) The contractor will employ his reverse circulation, Direct rotary, cable percussion or down the hole hammering or Calyx machine (as may be suitable for the formation) to drill the holes of size and depths indicated in the design. The contractor shall provide all equipment for the execution of this work.

(b) The contractor shall make his own arrangement for water required for drilling purposes and also for ancillary excavation. He shall also arrange for the drilling mud and mud pump etc., where required. Any precautions or steps required to control caving of the bore hole shall also be the responsibility of the contractor.

(c) Contractor shall also make arrangements of first aid facilities available during any accident. All care and precautions should be taken and it should be ensured that there shall be no accidents while drilling the bore hole. Proper dress and

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8. equipment like gumboots, helmets and tentage for drilling shall be provided to he workmen at site.

Sample Collection:- (I) The contractor shall take samples (not less than 500 gms) of stratum at his cost at every 3 m or often where the stratum changes and shall preserve these samples with care at the site for the inspection of Engineer-in-Charge or his authorised representative. In addition at least 1 kg of samples of all the aquifer materials in proper sample boxes or bags be handed over to Engineer-in-Charge free of cost for mechanical analysis. All such samples along with 2-kg sample of gravel if being used be sent to the laboratory of tube-well organisaton immediately for testing and design of screen and gravel pack size. Particular of tube-well No. etc., should invariably be given along with samples.

(ii) Tube-well/dug-well water samples are also to be collected and sent to laboratory of tube-well department for their chemical analysis.

Water sample for analysis should be collected in 2 liters bottle made of glass, polyethylene or hard rubber, where transportation is expected glass containers should be avoided as much as possible. Bottle should be thoroughly washed and rinsed before collecting the water samples.

In case of tube-wells, the pump should run at least for 10 minutes before the sample is obtained for test.

Sample should be sent to laboratory for analysis as soon as possible within 24 hours but not later than 60 hours.

The sample container should be marked with unwashable paint, well No. and sample number. The position of the well under test should be marked on the mazmuli map showing the proper well No. with a map, showing well No. name of village and name of owner of tube-well.

The log details of the well should also be prepared along with the assemble details and it should be sent to the tube-well organisation for record.

(iii) Rock samples of tube-wells or collected rock sample from any specific area of ground water interests should also be sent to laboratory for petrological tests.

9. Lowering of well assembly- The contractor shall have to ensure that the slotted pipe strainers are lowered in the well at the places indicated in the design. The lowering of the assembly should be done by the contractor in the presence of the person duly authorised by the Engineer-in-Charge for this purpose. The contractor shall see that the joints in pipes are rigid, water tight and free form kinks. Immediately after lowering the assembly the contractor shall furnish a chart showing the aquifer positions in the bore and the location where slotted pipes or strainers have been placed. This chart shall be signed both by the contractor and the Engineer-in-Charge. This chart will also show the positions of joints in well assembly, the contractor will be entitled to payment for the well assembly and/or its lowering only on his producing this chart along with his bill.

10. Development :- (a) the contractor shall develop the well with his own equipment by such as would extract maximum practical quantity of sand, drilling and unwanted fine material in order to bring the well to maximum yield per m of draw down and to sand free condition. Compressed air, surge block or pump may be used for development work.

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This work must be done in a manner that does not cause undue settlement and disturbances of the strata’s above the water bearing formation.

(b) The well shall be developed either by surging and agitating or by over pumping and backwashing with an airlift and high velocity jetting, etc. Any other acceptable method may also be adopted. This development process shall be continued until the stabilisation of sand and gravel pack has taken place.

The development of the tube-well by over-pumping should be done at 15% to

25% higher discharge than the expected discharge from the tube-wells. The final discharge should be free form sand with a maximum tolerance of 20 parts of sand in one million parts of water by volume after 20 minutes of starting the pump.

(c) The development shall be carried out for the period as may be decided by the

Engineer-in-Charge and will be so certified both by the Engineer-in-Charge and by the contractor after the development is completed.

Development of tube-well is the process by which unwanted fine particles of sand are removed from aquifer. By doing so better permeable layers of the aquifer are created around the tube-well screen or slotted pipes. Development ensures greater efficiency and long life to the tube-wells.

(i)

Methods of Development as Specified-

Development by over pumping-The simplest and the most common method of removing fines where a well ends in sand or gravel is by over pumping. It means pumping the well at a higher capacity than it will be pumped when in regular service it is quite convincing if a well can stand a discharge of 2280 LPM during over pumping will naturally stand a discharge of 1380 LPM in regular service and will provide water free of sand. But there are three main objections to this method of development:-

(a) Over pumping will not generally develop maximum efficiency in the wells.

(b) It tends to cause sand to “Bridging Action” in addition to clogging of the gravel pack if used.

(c) It often requires use of large pumping equipment than conveniently available.

By over pumping a tubular flow is created in the formation, fines are removed with greater speed but it does not assure greater permeability as can be achieved by other methods. Thus so called maximum efficiency is not obtained.

“Bridging” of sand in water bearing formations is a very important factor. When the water is pumped out of the well, there is a tendency to move the sand in the direction of the well end, with a steady pull in one direction, the finer sand grains wedge against each other and bridge across the openings between coarser grains of the gravel pack of the screen. The only way to avoid bridging is to provide agitation in movement of water.

Wells with small yields can easily be developed by over pumping but where a large quantity of water is required to be pumped, over pumping is not practicable.

(ii) Development with compressed air: - There are two general methods of applying compressed air for the development of wells (a) Back washing method and (b)

Open wells, or surging and pumping method.

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The principle of back washing with compressed air is to force the water of the well through the screen, into the water bearing formation. The air is introduced into the well through the top of the casing after it has been closed. In order to prevent the possibility of air locking the formation, provision has to be made to prevent the air from entering into the formation. This can be achieved by terminating the drop pipe above the well screen.

A point of relief is also provided for the air introduced into casing back washing.

The principle of this method is a combination of surging and pumping by means of sudden release of large volumes of air a strong surge is produced by virtue of the resistance of water head friction and inertia. Pumping is done with an ordinary air lift pump. This is most popular and suitable method of development used by many drillers. To do the job, an air lift is done with the air pipe provided inside an educator pipe (pumping pipe) in the well. The equipment needed for this method includes the following:-

(a) Air compressor and air tank.

(b) Pumping pipe and air line in the well, with means for raising and lowering each independently of the other.

(c) Flexible, high pressure, air hose to permit rising and lowering of the air line in the well.

(d) Pressure gauge and relief valve to safe guard against accidental loading.

(e) Quick opening valve in the outlet of the air tank for controlling air flow. The outlet of the compressor should be connected to the air tank in a way which will minimise resistance to air flow. The outlet pipe leading from the tank to the well should be larger than air line in the well.

The drop or pumping pipe is handled by the drilling line while the air line is handled separately by another line.

The table below gives the recommended sizes of pumping or educator drop pipe and air line to be used for various sizes of wells.

TABLE

Pumping

In LPM

Size of well

Casing in Cm

Size of pumping

Pipe in Cm

Size of air line in Cm

113-226 10 5 1.25

226-302 12.5 7.5 2.50

302.378 15 8.25 to 10 2.50

378.567 15 10 3.75

567-945 20 12.5 3.75

945-1512 20 15 5.00

Air development produces best results, when the submergence ratio of the air line is about 60% submergence ratio is the ratio of the total length of air line to the air pipe below the water while pumping, that is pumping level. if for example, the air line is 55 m long and the

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static water level is19 m below ground, the submerged length is 36m. therefore non-pumping submergence ratio is 19/55 = 0.65 or 65% if the air lift is startd and water level drops to 23 m below ground the submerged length becomes 32 m and the submergence ratio while pumping will be 23/55 = 0.42 or 42%.

Reasonably good results can be obtained by a skilful operator with submergence as low as 30% while pumping.

Figure for note C(d) on page no. 321

In using air for development the drop pipe is lowered about 0.6 m below bottom of the well. The air line is placed such that ft is 0.3 or 0.6 m up in the drop pipe. The compressed air is turned into the air line and the well is pumped in a regular manner of an air lift until water appears to be free of sand. The valve on the air line is then closed, allowing the pressure in the tank to build up to 7 or 10.5 kg/sq. cm. In the meantime the air line is lowered so that it is 30 cm or so below the drop pipe. The valve is then opened quickly allowing the air to rush into the well under full pressure.

There will be a forceful surge of water though brief and if the air line is then pulled back into the drop pipe the strong reverse flow will be produced, up the drop pipe thereby effectively agitating the water bearing formation.

The well is then pumped as an air lift for a short time, and another head of air is released with the air line below the drop pipe and the air line is again lifted to

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The air lift assembly is then raised to a position about 30 cm higher and the same surging operations are repeated. In this way the entire length of the screen is developed. At the end the assembly should finally be lowered to its original position near the bottom of the well and operated in order to clean out any sand that has accumulated at the bottom levels.

Limitation of method:

When used correctly under proper conditions and with adequate equipment, this method of development is very effective and rapid. There is a little chance of development being over done but where the yield is very low and draws down is rapid, or where submergence is low, the compressor method is of on use and should resort to over pumping method.

11. Yield Tests. (a) The yield test of the tube well shall be carried out by pumping out well water, after the well is satisfactorily developed. Pumping rate shall be increased gradually until the desired draw down is attained. After this the test shall be continued at the same draw down for 10 hours. The duration shall be increased suitably and up to 12 hours at the specific direction of the Engineer-in-

Charge. During this period the contractor will be required to collect, at his own cost, the sample of water coming out of the well in 2 litre capacity polyethylene bottles, for chemical and other analysis. The contractor will be required to

(b) Designed discharge will be anticipated yield indactied in the design of the well.

Minimum yield of 378 LPM and 189 LPM have been specified at 6 m and 12 m specified standard draw down respectively for the alluvial and rock areas.

12. handover to the Engineer-in-Charge one such sample for every well drilled. After the test, a certificate will have to be signed by both he contractor and the authorised representatives of the Engineer-in-Charge about the yield of the well at the specificed draw down.

Unsuccessful wells.- The tube wells which do not give the minimum yield at the specified standard draw down will be declared by the Engineer-in-Charge as unsuccessful wells and a certificate to this effect will be obtained by the contractor from the Engineer-in-Charge. In such cases the contractor will be required to pull out the well assembly by jacking or by any other method that will be approved by the Engineer-in-Charge. In this process, care should be taken by the contractor to see that no part of the well assembly becomes irritrevable or becomes unfit for further use, All assembly pulled out shall be immediately measured both by the contractor and the authorised representative of the

Engineer-in-Charge. This assembly after the approval of Engineer-in-

Charge may be used on other successful wells, of the contractor.

13. resume pumping. The cycle of surging and pumping is continued, until the water is free from sand indicating that development is completed in the region near the bottom of the air lift.

Abandoned wells - A well declared as abandoned by the Engineer-in-Charge due to non-verticality, caving in or any other defects attributable to the poor workmanship of the contractor, unsuitability of his equipment shall be termed abandoned well. No payment for this shall be due to the contractor. In such a case, the well assembly if lowered (complete or incomplete) will have to be pulled out and retireved by the contractor at his own cost.

14.

(1) Pump.

(2) Motor.

(3)

(6)

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Erection of Pump and Accessories. – The contractor shall install in the tubewell suitable pump and motor and their accessorires as may be supplied from subdivisional stores by the Engineer-in-Charge. The store will have to be lifted from sub-divisional stores by the contractor, labour charges only will be paid for erection work. Contractor shall very carefully and diligently do the work of erecting all the components in the pump assembly such as:-

(4)

Column pipe, delivery pipes, bends, valves etc.

Electric water level guard with signal cable and electrode.

Water level gauge.

15.

16.

The column pipes should be truly vertical without any kinks and securely jointed so as to preclude any chances of pump failing and resulting in the well being declared as abandoned in case of the pump cannot be retireved.

Fishing operation – If during any of the operations carried out for completing the tubewells, any tools, pipes, accessories etc. fall down in the well the contractor shall carry out the necessary fishing operations at his own cost in such a way as not to damage the fallen part in any manner. He shall use his own equipment for such operations.

Back filling of Abandoned or Unsuccessful wells.- All abandoned or unsuccessful wells, from which well assembly has been extracted shall be suitably back filled with the natural material of the formations encountered, and duly rammed at ground level with allowances for settlement so as not to cause injury or accidents to people or cattle. The back filling for the abandoned well will be at the contractor’s cost.

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17. The following Indian Standards may be referred to:-

I. S. No. Title

1239(Pt.-I)-2004 Specification for mild steel tubes, tubulars and other wrought steel fittings, (part-1 Mild steel tubes) sixth revision) .

2800 Code of practice for construction and testing of tube wells.

2800(Pt.-I)-1991 Tube well Construction (II revision) (Reaffirmed 2001).

2800(Pt.-II)-1979 Tube well Testing (first revision) (Reaffirmed 1999).

3043-1987 Code of practice for earthing(with amendments 1 to 5) Re2006

4097-1988 Gravel for use as pack in tube wells (reaffirmed-1999).

4270-2001 Steel tubes used for water wells (III revision).

4412-1981 Copper wires for general engineering purpose (Reaffirmed 2006).

5120-1977 Technical requirements for rotodynamic special purpose pumps.

(Reaffirmed 2001).

Item No.

5494-1969 Leaded brass sheets and strips for use in the manufacture of tube well stainers.

7156-1974 General requirements for reverse circulation drillings rigs

(Reaffirmed 2001)

7206-1986 General requirements for straight rotary drillings rigs (Reaffirmed

2001)

7209-1974

8110-2000

9439-2002

General requirements for blast hole drillings rigs (Reaffirmed

2001)

Well screens and slotted pipes (II revision) (Reaffirmed 2006).

Glossary of terms used in water-well drilling technology (Ist revision).

Item Unit Rate Remarks

4101 Drilling of 200 mm dia bore by reverse rotary or any other method in alluvium or overburdens (clay, sand, gravel, pebbles and boulders). Depth 0 to 70 m

4102 Drilling of 250 mm dia bore by reverse

Rotary or any other method in alluvium or overburden (clay, sand, gravel, pebbles and boulders). Depth 0 to 70 m.

4103 Drilling of 300 mm dia bore by reverse rotary or any other method in alluvium or overburdens (clay, sand, gravel, pebbles and boulders).

(a) Depth 0 to 70 m.

(b) Beyond 70m and up to 150m depth m 545.00 m 616.00 m m

741.00

786.00

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Item No. Item

4104 Drilling of 375 mm dia bore by reverse rotary or any other method in alluvium or overburdens (clay, sand, gravel, pebbles and boulders).

(a) Depth 0 to 70 m.

Unit

m

(b) Beyond 70m and up to 150m depth

4105 Drilling of 400 mm dia bore by reverse rotary or any other method in alluvium or overburden - (clay, sand, gravel, pebbles and boulders).

(a) Depth 0 to 70 m.

(b) Beyond 70m and up to 130m depth

(c) Beyond 130m and up to 190m depth

4106 Drilling of 450 mm dia bore by reverse rotary or any other method in alluvium or overburden - (clay, sand, gravel, pebbles and boulders).

(a) Depth 0 to 70 m.

(b) Beyond 70m and up to 130m depth

(c) Beyond 130m and up to 190m depth

4107 Drilling of 500 mm dia bore by reverse rotary or any other method in alluvium or overburden - (clay, sand, gravel, pebbles and boulders).

(a) Depth 0 to 70 m.

(b) Beyond 70m and up to 130m depth

(c) Beyond 130m and up to 190m depth

4108 Drilling of 550 mm dia bore by reverse rotary or any other method in alluvium or overburden - (clay, sand, gravel, pebbles and boulders).

(a) Depth 0 to 70 m.

(b) Beyond 70m and up to 130m depth

(c) Beyond 130m and up to 190m depth

4109 Drilling of 600 mm dia bore by reverse rotary or any other method in alluvium or overburden - (clay, sand, gravel, pebbles and boulders).

(a) Depth 0 to 70 m.

(b) Beyond 70m and up to 130m depth m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

Rate

824.00

869.00

895.00

929.00

945.00

1013.00

1030.00

1064.00

1165.00

1181.00

1209.00

1286.00

1350.00

1384.00

1460.00

1519.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item

(c) Beyond 130m and up to 190m depth

4110 (a) Drilling of 200 mm dia bore in rock of all types and hardness by DTH unit/direct rotary with rock rollers.

(b) Drilling of 200mm dia bore in rock of all types and hardness by calyx machine.

4111 (a) Drilling of 150 mm dia bore in rock of all types and hardness by DTH unit/direct rotary with rock rollers.

(b) Drilling of 150 mm dia bore in rock of all types and hardness by calyx machine.

4112 Supplying and fixing of 100 mm dia

E.R.W, MS pipes 4.85 mm thick conforming to medium grade of IS 1239

(Part I) with screwed ends with sockets.

4113 Supplying and fixing in position 125 mm dia E.R.W, MS pipes 4.85 mm thick pipe conforming to medium grade of IS

1239 (Part I-) with screwed ends with sockets.

4114 Supplying and fixing in position 150 mm dia E.R.W, MS pipes 4.85 mm thick conforming to medium grade of IS 1239

(Part I-) with screwed ends with sockets.

4115 Supplying and fixing in position 150 mm dia E.R.W, MS pipes 5.4 mm thick conforming to grade of IS: 1239 (Part I) with screwed ends with sockets.

4116 Supplying and fixing in position 150 mm dia E.R.W, MS pipes 5.4 mm thick conforming to heavy grade of IS: 1239

(Part I) with welded joints (welded on spot)

4117 Supplying and fixing in position 200 mm dia E.R.W, MS pipes 8 mm thick conforming to IS: 4270 with screwed ends and sockets.

4118 Supplying and fixing in position 250 mm dia E.R.W, MS pipes 9.5 mm thick conforming to IS: 4270 with screwed ends with sockets.

Unit

m m

Rate

1536.00

1291.00 m 1148.00 m 1055.00 m 929.00 m m m m m m m

753.00

871.00

985.00

1148.00

951.00

2030.00

2371.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item

4119 Supplying and fixing in position 300 mm dia E.R.W, MS pipes 9.5 mm thick conforming to IS: 4270 with screwed ends and sockets.

4120 Supplying and fixing in position 350 mm dia E.R.W, MS pipes 9.5 mm thick conforming to IS: 4270 with screwed ends and sockets.

4121 Supply and fixing of 100 mm dia E.R.W,

MS slotted pipes 4.5 mm thick pipes conforming to medium grade of IS:

1239 ( Part I ) with slots of approved pattern (opening between 15% to 22 %).

(a) 3.2 mm slot

(b) 1.6 mm slot

4122 Supplying and fixing of 125 mm dia ERW,

MS slotted pipes 4.85 mm thick (pipes conforming to medium grade of IS: 1239

(Part I) with slots of approved pattern-

(a) 3.2 mm slot

(b) 1.6 mm slot

4123 Supplying and fixing of 150 mm dia ERW,

MS slotted pipes 4.85 mm thick (pipes conforming to medium grade of IS: 1239

(Part I) with slots of approved pattern-

(a) 3.2 mm slot

(b) 1.6 mm slot

4124 Supplying and fixing of 200 mm dia ERW,

MS slotted pipes 8 mm thick (pipes conforming to IS: 4270 with slots of approved pattern-

(a) 5 mm slot

(b) 3.2 mm slot

(c) 1.6 mm slot

4125 Supplying and fixing 250 mm dia ERW,

MS slotted pipes 9.5 mm thick (pipe conforming to IS: 4270 with slots of approved pattern-

(a) 5 mm slot

(b) 3.2 mm slot

(c) 1.6 mm slot

Unit

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

Rate

2759.00

3203.00

780.00

1055.00

1064.00

1199.00

1215.00

1306.00

2373.00

2474.00

2589.00

2719.00

2819.00

2903.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item

4126 Supplying and fixing of 300 mm dia ERW,

MS slotted pipes 9.5 mm thick (pipes conforming to IS: 4270 with slots of approved pattern-

(a) 5 mm slot

(b) 3.2 mm slot

(c) 1.6 mm slot

4127 Supplying and fixing 350 mm dia ERW,

MS slotted pipes 9.5 mm thick (pipes conforming to IS: 4270 with slots of approved pattern-

(a) 5 mm slot

(b) 3.2 mm slot

(c) 1.6 mm slot

4128 Supplying and fixing slotted pipes with pre packed gravel filters of approved specifications-

(a) 150 mm dia

(b) 200 mm dia

4129 Supplying and fixing of cage type wire wound strainer of approved specifications-

(a) 150 mm dia

(b) 200 mm dia

4130 Supplying and fixing brass strainers of approved specifications-

(a) 150 mm dia

(b) 200 mm dia

4131 Supplying and fixing of mild steel reducers type I ( socket welded ) as per specifications of size-

(a) 100 mm x 150 mm (wall thickness

4.85 mm)

(b) 125 mm x 150 mm (do)

(c) 150 mm x 200 mm (wall thickness

8 mm)

(d) 200 mm x 250 mm (wall thickness

9.5 mm)

(e) 200 mm x 300 mm (do)

Unit

m m m m m m m m m m m m

Rate

2983.00

3046.00

3145.00

3385.00

3460.00

3540.00

1693.00

2373.00

2715.00

3038.00

3418.00

4229.00 each 368.00 each 391.00 each 694.00 each 1009.00 each 1075.00

Remarks

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Item No. Item

(f) 250 mm x 300 mm (do)

(g) 300 mm x 350 mm (do)

4132 Supplying and fixing of mild steel reducers type II ( natural ) as per specifications of size-

(a) 100 mm x 150 mm

(b) 125 mm x 150 mm

(c) 150 mm x 200 mm

(d) 200 mm x 250 mm

(e) 200 mm x 300 mm

(f) 250 mm x 300 mm

(g) 300 mm x 350 mm

4133 Supplying and fixing of central guide of approved specifications.

4134 Supplying and fixing of bail plug type `A’ as specified made with socket with bottom plate 12 mm thick and rod 20 mm dia welded as hock including labour charges for fixing-

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 125 mm dia

(c) 150 mm dia

(d) 200 mm dia

(e) 250 mm dia

(f) 300 mm dia

4135 Supplying and fixing of bail plug of type

`B’ as specified made from 75 cm long blind pipe extra attached to ballies plug type `A’ as in item 4134 above including labour charges for fixing-

(a) 100 mm dia

(b) 125 mm dia

(c) 150mm dia

(d) 200 mm dia

(e) 250 mm dia

(f) 300 mm dia

Unit Rate

each 1119.00 each 1326.00 each each each each each each each each each each each each

Remarks

each each

405.00

444.00 each 850.00 each 1146.00 each 1310.00 each 1389.00 each 1590.00 each 233.00

328.00

411.00

493.00

659.00

828.00

993.00

671.00

820.00

1009.00

1703.00

2016.00

2359.00

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Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

4136 Supplying and fixing of well cap of approved specification including labour charges for fixing etc., complete-

(a) 150 mm dia

(b) 200 mm dia

(c) 250 mm dia

(d) 300 mm dia each each each each

(e) 350 mm dia each

4137 Conducing vertically test by plastic disc method as per IS: 2860 (Pt-II) of 1979. per tubewell

4138 (a) Collection of gravel ( hard, insoluble and roughly rounded) from specified source including screening-

(i) 3.35 to 4.75 mm size

(ii) 4.75 to 6.30 mm size

(iii) 6.30 to 8.00 mm size

(b) Packing of gravel in tubewell as specifications- cum cum cum cum

390.00

516.00

659.00

780.00

901.00

796.00

486.00

466.00

443.00

133.00

4139 (a) Development charges by compressor-

4140

(i) with 7 cum/M

(ii) with 9 cum/M

(iii) above 9 cum/M

(b) Development by over pumping

Yield test by pumping-

(a) up to 0.03 cumec

(b) More than 0.03 cumec and upto 0.06 cmuec.

(c) More than 0.06 cumec per hour 621.00 per hour 746.00 per hour 929.00 per hour per hour per hour per hour

621.00

655.00

884.00

1043.00

4141 Labour charges for pulling out the well assembly from unsuccessful and abandoned tube wells-

(a) 100 mm to 200 mm dia.

(b) above 200 mm dia. m 190.00 m 218.00

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Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

4142 Labour charges for installation of Pump in the tubewell, including transportation of pipes, pumps, column pipes, etc.-

(a) Electrical submersible pump

(b) Turbine pump electrically driven

(c) Turbine pump Diesel driven with foundation etc., completes.

4143 Labour charges for lowering of assembly, fixing in position with central guides & reducers, wherever required including, cleaning of threads of sockets, fixing bail plug & well cap & welding to avoid accidental slipping of threads at socket joints- each each

1691.00

3254.00 each 5531.00

(a) 100 mm to 200 mm dia.

(b) above 200 mm dia. m m

4144 Fixing centrifugal pump electrically driven. each

4145 Taking out pump from the tube well for repairs and maintenance. each

4146 Providing of submersible pump for 150 mm dia. bore with all material suitable as per pump, pump / motor, Delivery pipe, control panel, M.S. clamp, wooded panel board, Ammeter, Volt meter, cable jointing kit, G.I. bend, earthing kit and all

Misc. item for installation of pump and

Motor.

(a) 250 LPM/40 meter Head

(b) 450 LPM/30 meter Head

(c) 500 LPM/30 meter Head each each each

126.00

144.00

1263.00

2541.00

42250.00

47875.00

53750.00

6.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

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CHAPTER 42-FIELD TESTING AND MATERIAL TESTING

(a) Each representative sample shall be distinctly marked for identification and securely packed to avoid damage or loss of fines during transit. The outside cover should bear proper seal or name of sender as well as that of the receiving research formation. A tin sheet giving all details of the sample should also be kept inside the sample.

(b) Specifications for sampling of undisturbed soil samples should be rigidly followed.

Utmost care by way of wax sealing and safe transit must be taken to see that the in-situ conditions are not changed until the samples are received in the laboratory.

(c) No change will be borne by the laboratory for the samples supplied or their freight up to the laboratory.

(d) The quantities of samples to be supplied have to be intimated separately.

A detailed report with drawings indicating the necessity of testing with details of project should accompany the samples to enable the laboratory officers to decide on the mode of testing after understanding the problem. The drawings for trial pits, borrow areas, logs of boring data, should be furnished with geological details, water table and other relevant information.

(a) The test on samples will be taken up on the basis of priority fixed by the officer incharge of the lab. If, any party desires to have test results by a definite date, they should officer in charge enquire in advance from the officer in charge as to whether the test results can be made available by those dates on special priority. However testing of cubes of concrete samples shall be invariably done on due date and test report sent within two days.

(b) The work for private parties or other than Water Resources Department will be taken up only with special permission of the officer in charge in each individual case, and special priority will normally not be allowed to them.

(a) On receipt of the request for testing, the officer in charge will send an estimated bill for testing charges as per U.S.R. The charges will be paid by the sponsoring authority in advance by bank draft. No test will be carried out until the receipt of these charges.

Supplementary demand for advance payment of fees will also be made on basis of

U.S.R., if in the course of testing, it is felt that the earlier amount of advance may be inadequate.

(b) For items, not included in this Schedule of Rates, separate rates will be quoted depending on the type of job involved.

Once the results are sent to the party concerned, request for rechecking of these results will only be done if the officer in charge feels it to be justified. Extra charges, if any fixed by the Director will have to be paid for such re-testing.

The testing will be carried out by the staff of the laboratory alone, and no other parties will be permitted to carry out the test.

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7. For all tests, Indian Standard specifications would be followed where available. For other tests, specifications finalised by the officer in charge would be followed. Any clarification in the method of testing can be obtained from the officer in charge .

8. The staff of the W.R. Deptt. shall not be responsible for giving legal defence or for appearing in a court of law in connection with tests carried out by laboratories and no such request shall be entertained.

9. Officer in charge of laboratory the right to publish the result of any test without the permission of the party concerned.

10. The samples supplied for testing will be stored up to a period of 3 months after their reports are communicated to the party. After this period, they will be finally disposed off.

11. On matters of dispute and interpretations of any rules and results, the decision of the

Director, Research will be final.

12. For field tests rates quoted include only the cost for testing. The transportation cost for equipments to site of work will be charged extra as per actual or may be arranged by the party for whom the work is undertaken.

13. The preparation of site, including excavation of pits, areas, scaffolding, dewatering, air supply, meter charges for electricity, drilling cost, water supply, fixing of anchor rods, concrete pedestals and foundations, supply of labour, tools and plants and all such other miscellaneous arrangements which are directly or indirectly connected with actual performance of field test will be the exclusive responsibility of the party. This should be arranged in advance in consultation with the officer in charge of lab.

14. Normal facilities like residential accommodation, conveyance etc. for the staff deputed fr conducting the field tests will be provided by the party.

15. Rates given in this schedule are for works done for Water Resources Department,

Chhattisgarh, 25% extra will be charged for work undertaken for other departments or private agencies.

16. The T.A. and D.A. charges for staff deputed for field tests plus 25% extra will be recoverable from private parties or other departments in addition to the scheduled rate for testing.

17. The rates are for departmental execution of work. Hence no deduction is to be made.

18. The following Indian Standards may be referred to :-

IS NO. Title

460- (Pt. l) – 1985

460 - (Pt. ll) – 1985

460 - (Pt. lll) – 1985 Method of examination of test sieves (III revision) Reaffirmed 2006

456-2000 Code of practice for plain and Reinforced concrete. (III revision)

Reaffirmed 2006

Wire cloth test sieves (III revision)Reaffirmed 2004

Perforated plate test sieves (III revision) Reaffirmed 2004

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IS NO.

516 – 2000

650 – 1991

1121 -

Title

Methods of tests for strength of concrete (with amendment No.2).

Reaffirmed 2004

Standard sand for testing of cement (first revision) (with amendment

No. l) (Reaffirmed 2004)

Methods of test for determination of strength properties of natural building stones.

1121 (Pt. l) – 1974 Compressive strength (first revision) (with amendment No. 1).

1121 (Pt. lv ) – 1974 Shear strength (first revision)

1122 – 1974

1124 – 1974

Methods of test for determination of true specific gravity of natural building stones. (first revision)

Methods of test for determination of water absorption, apparent specific gravity and porosity of natural building stones (first revision)

1125 – 1974

1126-1974

1199 – 1959

Method of test for determination of weathering of natural building stones (first revision) Reaffirmed 2003

Method of test for determination of durability of natural building stones

(first revision) Reaffirmed 2003

Methods of sampling and analysis of concrete.(Re 2004)

Classification and identification of soils for general engineering purposes (first revision). (Re 2002)

Methods of test for pozzolanic materials (first revision). (Re 2004) 1727-1967

1888-1982

2386 -

Method of load test on soils (first revision). (Re 2002)

Method of test for aggregates for concrete

2386 – (Pt. l) – 1963 Particle size and shape (Re 2007)

2386 – (Pt. ll) – 1963 Estimate of deleterious materials and organic impurities. (Re 2007)

2386 – (Pt. lll) – 1963 Specific gravity, density, voids, absorption and bulking.( Re 2007)

2386 – (Pt. lv) – 1963 Mechanical properties (with amendment No. 1). (Re 2007)

2386 – (Pt. v) – 1963 Soundness (Re 2007)

2386 – (Pt. vl) – 1963 Measuring mortar making properties of fine aggregate. (Re 2007)

2386 – (Pt. vll) – 1963 Alkali aggregate reactivity

2430 – 1969 Methods for sampling of aggregate for concrete.

2720 Methods of test for soils -

2720 – (Pt. l) – 1983 Preparation of dry soils samples for various tests (first revision) (with amendment No. l). (Re 2006)

2720 – (Pt. ll) – 1973 Determination of water content (second revision). (Re 2002)

2720 – (Pt. lll) – 1980 Determination of specific gravity.

2720 – (Pt. lll/Sec.1) –

1980

2720 – (Pt. lll/Sec.2) –

1980

Section l-Fine grained soils (first revision) (Re 2002)

Section 2-Fine medium and coarse grained soils (first revision) (Re

2002)

2720 – (Pt. lv) – 1985 Grain size analysis (II revision). (Re 2001)

2720 – (Pt. v) – 1985 Determination of liquid and plastic limits (first revision) (reaffirmed

2006).

2720 – (Pt. vl) – 1972 Determination of Shrinkage factors (first revision) (Re 2001)

353

IS NO. Title

Vll) Determination of water content, dry density relation using light compaction.( Re 2002)

2720 (Pt. Vlll) –1983 Determination of water content, dry density relation using heavy compaction (III revision ) (with amendment No.1) (Re 2006)

2720 (Pt. lx) –1992 Determination of dry density moisture content relation by constant weight or soil method (with amendment No.1) (reaffirmed – 2002) .

2720 (Pt. x) –1991

2720 (Pt. xl) –1993

Determination of unconfined compressive strength (first revision). (Re

2006)

Determination of the shear strength parameters of a specimen tested in unconsolidated undrained triaxial – compression without the measurement of pore water pressure (with amendment Nos. 1 and 2)

(reaffirmed 2002).

2720 (Pt. xll) –1981 Determination of shear strength parameters of soil from consolidated undrained triaxial compression test with measurement of pore water pressure. (Re 2002)

Direct shear test (II revision). (Re 2002) 2720 (Pt. xlll) –1986

2720 (Pt. xv) –1965 Determination of consolidated properties (with amendment Nos.1 and 2) . (Re 2002)

2720 (Pt. xvl) –1987 Laboratory determination of C.B.R. (first revision).

2720 (Pt. xvll) –1986 Laboratory determination of permeability (with amendment Nos.1). II revision). (Re 2002)

2720 (Pt. xxl) –1977 Determination of total soluble solids (I revision) (Re 2006)

2720 (Pt. XIII) –1976 Determination of calcium carbonates (first revision).( Re 2006)

2720 (Pt. XXVI) 1983 Determination of PH values (II revision)( Re 2002)

2720 (Pt. XXIX) 1975 Determination of dry density of soils in-place by the core cutter method (first revision) (Re 2001)

2720 (Pt.XL) 1977

2720 (Pt.XLI) 1977

2809-1972

Determination of free swell index of soils (Re 2002 )

Measurement of swelling pressure of soils . (Re 2002)

3085-1965

Glossary of items and symbols relating to soil engineering (first revision). (Re 2006)

Methods of test for permeability of cement mortar and concrete

(reaffirmed 2007).

3495 (Pt. 1 to IV)-1992 Methods of tests of burnt clay building bricks (second revision) (with amendment No. 1). (Re 2002)

4031-1996

4032-1985

4434-1978

Methods of physical tests for hydraulic cement (Reaffirmed 2005).

Method of chemical analysis of hydraulic cement (Reaffirmed 2005).

Code of practice for in-situ vane shear test for soils (first revision). (Re

2002)

4464-1985

4968

4968 (Pt.II)-1976

4968 (Pt.III)-1976

Code of practice for presentation of drilling Information and core description in foundation investigation. (Re 2000)

Method for subsurface sounding for soils. (Re 2002)

Dynamic method using cone and bentonite slurry (first revision) (with amendment No. 1). (Re 2002)

Static cone penetration test (first revision) (Re 2002)

354

IS NO.

5513-1996

5514-1996

5529

5529(Pt.I_-1969

5529 (Pt.II)-1973

9013 – 19780

9143 – 1979

Title

Vicat apparatus (II revision) (Re 2005)

Apparatus used in Lechateller test. (Re 2005)

Code of practice for in-sku permeability tests

Tests in overburden

Test in bedrock

6632 (Pt. I to X) 1988 Methods of test for building limes. (Re 2002)

6632 (Pt.III)-1973 Determination of residue on slaking of quicklime. (Re 2000)

6932 (Pt.IV)-1973

6932 (Pt.V)-1973

Determination of fineness of hydrated lime. (Re 2000)

Determination of volume yield of quick lime. (Re 2000)

6932 (Pt.VII)-1973

6932 (Pt. VIII) 1973

6932 (Pt. IX) 1973

6932 (Pt. X) 1973

Determination of compressive and transverse strength.( Re 2000)

Determination of workability. (Re 2000)

Determination of soundness (Re 2000)

Determination of popping and pitting of hydrated lime. (Re 2000)

7320 – 1974

7746 – 1991

8763 – 1978

8764 – 1998

Concrete slump test apparatus (Re 2004)

Code of practice for in-situ shear test on rock (with amendment No. 1).

Guide for undisturbed sampling of sands. (Re 2002)

Method of determination of point load strength index of rocks.

Method of making curing and determining compressive strength of accelerated-cured concrete specimens. (Re 2004)

9179 – 1979

9259 – 1979

9376 – 1979

9377 – 1979

9399 – 1979

9399 – 1980

9669 – 1980

10050 – 1981

10740 – 1983

SP-23-1982

SP-36-1987(Part I)

SP-23-1982(Part II)

Method for the determination of unconfined compressive strength of rock materials. (Re 2006)

Method for preparation of rock specimen for laboratory testing. (Re

2006)

Liquid limit apparatus for soils (with amendment No. 1). (Re 2002)

Apparatus for measuring aggregate crushing value and ten percent fines value. (Re 2004)

Apparatus for aggregate impact value (Re 2004)

Apparatus for flexural testing of concrete. (Re 2004)

Apparatus for uses in measurement of length change of hardened cement paste, mortar and concrete.

CBR Moulds and its accessories.( Re 2002

Slake durability index of rocks, method for determination. (Re 2006)

Operating requirement or power takeoff driven implements.

Hand book on concrete mix design (Based on Indian standard)

Compendium of Indian standards on soil engineering (Laboratory

Testing)

Hand book on concrete mix design (Field Testing)

355

Item No. Item Unit Rate

1. Soil testing – (A) Laboratory test -

4201 Grain size analysis (IS : 2720 Pt. IV)

4202 Apparent specific gravity test (IS : 2720

Pt. III and Sec. – I and II of Pt. III).

4203 Liquid, Plastic and Shrinkage limits

(IS : 2720 Pt. V& VI) per sample per sample per sample

4204 Standard (light Compaction test/relative density test ) (IS : 2720 Pt. VII & VIII) per sample

4205 Laboratory permeability test (IS: 2720 Pt.

XVII).

4207 Determination of in-situ moisture content and density of undisturbed sample (IS :

2720 Pt. XXIX) . per sample

4206 Effective shear parameters by per consolidated undrained test by triaxial machine on 37.5 mm dia sample. sample per sample

4208 Shear parameters by quick saturated test

(Qsat) by triaxial machine on undisturbed samples (IS: 2720 Pt. XI). per sample

4209 Shear parameters by quick test on sample at OMC & MDD or NMC & NDD by triaxial machine on 37.5 mm dia sample (IS : 2720 Pt. XI). per sample

598.00

259.00

443.00

596.00

1164.00

1950.00

265.00

2002.00

1469.00

4210 Box shear test (IS: 2720 Pt. XIII). per sample

(a) At OMC & MDD

(b) On undisturbed sample per sample

621.00

621.00

4211 Consolidation test on disturbed or undisturbed samples (IS: 2720 Pt. XV). per sample

4212 California bearing ratio (IS: 2720 Pt. XVI).

805.00 per sample

811.00 per sample

283.00

4214 Chemical tests on soils –

(a) Lime content test (IS: 2720 Pt. XXIII). per sample

269.00

(b) Soluble salt test (IS: 2720 Pt. XXI). per sample

227.00

Remarks

356

Item No. Item Unit Rate

4216 Unconfined compression test on 37.5 mm dia sample (IS: 2720 Pt. X).

4217

(c) PH value test

Swelling pressure test.

(a) Free swell (IS: 2720 Pt. XL). per sample

4215 Chemical test for water suitability for

Irrigation use. per sample per sample

(b) Swelling pressure (IS: 2720 Pt. XLI).

Per sample

Per sample

4218 Bearing capacity of soil by triaxial shear test on soil sample.

(B) Field Tests -

4219 Load bearing test on soil ( IS : 1881) per sample

269.00

618.00

562.00

265.00

562.00

2821.00 per no. 6869.00

4220 Field permeability test -

(A) Pumping in test (IS: 5529 Pt. I)

(B) Pumping out test (IS : 5529 Pt. II)

4221 Vane shear test on soft fine grained soil

( IS : 4434).

4222 (a) Static cone penetration test

(IS : 4968 II & III)

(b) In-situ shear test on rock (IS: 7746).

II. Material Testing -

per no.

3056.00 per no.

4418.00 per no. 2153.00 per no. per no.

3415.00

3401.00

(A) Test on Lime

4223 Fineness of Hydraulic Lime

(IS : 6932 Pt. IV)

4224 Workability test (IS : 6932 Pt. VIII) per sample

235.00

4226

4227

Soundness test (By Le-chatelier method)

(IS : 6932 Pt. IX)

Compressive strength test

(IS : 6932 Pt. VII)

(a) Preparing 12 specimen size (50 mm cubes) per sample per sample

273.00 per sample

273.00

273.00 per job

353.00

Remarks

357

Item No. Item

(b) Testing of cubes 12 specimen

4228 Transverse strength test (IS: 6932 Pt. VII)

(a) Preparing six specimen

(b) Testing 6 specimen

4229 Popping and pitting test (IS : 6932 Pt. X)

4230 Volume yield of quick lime

(IS: 6932 Pt. VI)

4231 Residue on slaking of quick lime

(IS : 6932 Pt. III) .

4232 Calcinations of lime of soil

Unit Rate

per job 131.00 per job 328.00 per job 120.00

603.00 Per sample per sample

366.00 per sample

273.00 per sample

892.00

(B) Test on Cement :-

4233 Fineness modulus test

(IS : 4031).

(a) By sieving method

(b) By specific surface i.e. air permeability apparatus.

4234 Consistency test (IS: 4031).

4235

4236

4237

Test for setting time (IS: 4031).

Specific gravity test (IS: 4031).

Heat of Hydration test (IS: 4031).

4238 Soundness test (IS : 4031)-

(a) By Le-chateller’s method per sample per sample per sample per sample per sample per sample

4239

(b) By Autoclave method

Tensile strength (IS : 4031)-

(a) Preparing 12 specimens and curing.

(b) Testing 12 specimens

4240 Compressive strength of cement

(IS: 4031)-

252.00

341.00

322.00

385.00

252.00

887.00 per sample

273.00 per sample

512.00 per job

426.00 per job

120.00

Remarks

358

Item No. Item Unit Rate

(a) Preparing 6 specimens and curing.

(b) Testing 6 specimens

4241

(C) Test on L.D.P. Film -

(a) Detemination of Density test

(b) Detemination of Thickness test

(c) Detemination of Tensile Strength &

Elongation at break cross wise Direction test per job per job per job 169.00 per job per job

404.00

165.00

102.00

203.00

4242

(d) Detemination of Tensile Strength &

Elongation at break length wise Direction test

(D) Test on aggregates including sand -

Sieve analysis (IS: 2386 Pt. I)-

4243 Unit weight or bulk density

(IS: 2386 Pt. III) -

4244 Test for Organic impurities

(IS: 2386 Pt. II)- per job per sample per sample per sample

4245 Absorption and specific gravity test

(IS: 2386 Pt. III)-

4246 Absorption of aggregates

(IS: 2386 Pt. III)-

4247 Test for finding out percentage of clay, fine slit and fine dust (IS: 2386 Pt. II)- per sample per sample

4248 (a) Soundness test (10 cycles)

(IS: 2386 Pt. V)-

(b) Soundness test (5 cycles) per sample per sample

(b) By Los Angles machine per sample

4249

(IS: 2386 Pt. V)-

Aggregate impact test (IS: 2386 Pt. IV)-

4250 Abrasion test by any of the following methods (IS: 2386 Pt. IV)-

(a) Deval attrition test machine per sample per sample per sample

203.00

275.00

209.00

266.00

515.00

344.00

494.00

2227.00

1135.00

275.00

519.00

519.00

Remarks

359

Item No. Item Unit

(c) By Derry’s Abrasion testing machine

4251 Aggregate crushing value

(IS: 2386 Pt. IV)-

4252 Compressive strength of stone specimen

(IS: 1121 Pt. I)-

(a) Cutting and dressing stone block of size 10x10x10 cm.

(b) Testing the above specimen

4253 Determination of Coal. Lignite and shale in aggregates (IS: 2386 Pt. II)-

4254 Alkali aggregate reactivity test as per

ASTM (Reduction of Alkali silica release test) (IS: 2386 Pt. VII)- per sample per sample per sample per sample per sample per sample

4255 Potential alkali aggregate reactivity test

(IS: 2386 Pt. VII)-

(E) Test on concrete –

4256 Compressive strength of cube of cube specimen of size 15 cm (IS: 516 )-

(a) Preparing cubes including curing for per sample per

Rate

519.00

621.00

231.00

161.00

273.00

848.00

1940.00

147.00

Remarks

specimens).

(b) Testing of one specimen per No.

156.00

4257 Compressive strength of cube specimen of 10 cm (IS: 516)-

4258

(a) Preparing cube specimen of 10cm size including curing. per No.

(minimum

Rs. 75)

(b) Testing specimen

(a) Preparing cylindrical specimen of size

15 cm dia x30 cm height including curing

(IS: 516)-

121.00

Per No.

129.00 per no.

(minimum

Rs. 110)

155.00

4259

(b) Testing cylindrical specimen

(a) Preparing cylindrical specimen of size

10 cm dia x20 cm height including curing per No.

201.00 per No.

(minimum

Rs. 80)

107.00

(IS: 516) -

(b) Testing cylindrical specimen per No. 125.00

360

Item No. Item Unit Rate Remarks

4260 Flexural strength -

(a) Preparing concrete beam of size

10x10x50 cm. per No.

(minimum

Rs. 75)

121.00

(b) Testing specimen

4261 (a)Compressive strength test for concrete block

(b) Non destructive test of concrete by pulse velocity meter min. no. of specimen three no.

(c ) Non destructive test of concrete by rebound hammer min. no. of specimen three no..

4262 Determination of cement content in hardened concrete - per No. 103..00 per No. 146.00 minimum three blocks will be tested per No. 1292.00 per No. 685.00

994.00 (a) By lime and calcium oxide determination process. per sample

(b) By silica process SiO2 determination

(IS: 1199).

4263 Determination of permeability of concrete

(IS: 3085). per sample per sample

994.00

366.00 per sample

316.00 minimum three blocks will be tested

Including mixing concrete. per job

706.00

(F) Test on Bricks -

4265 Water absorption) of burnt clay bricks

(five specimens) –

4266 Compressive strength of bricks

(IS : 3495) -

(A) Five Nos.

(B) One No. per job

331.00

78.00 per sample

4267 Determination of effelorence

(IS : 3495) -

(A) Five Nos.

(B) One No. per job per sample

331.00

105.00

361

Item No. Item Unit Rate

4268 Flexural strength

(G) Surkhi and other Miscellaneous Testing -

4271 Lime reactivity test (IS : 1727) -

(a) Preparing 50 sq cm specimen

(6 Nos.)

(b) Testing of the above specimens

4272 Finding out of the optimum temperature of buming of clay and the optimum fineness of surkhi preparing and testing of 15 Nos. of lime surkhi mortar cubes of size 50 sq. cm (for fineness and temperature)

(IS : 1727) -

4273 Finding out the optimum fineness of ready surkhi by preparing and testing of 15 Nos. of lime surkhi mortar cubes of size 50 sq. cm (IS : 1727)

4274 Compressive strength of lime surkhi and cement surkhi mortar cubes 50 sq. cm

(IS : 1727) -

(a) Preparing 12 cubes of size 50 sq. cm.

(b) Testing of above specimen (6 Nos.)

4275 Chemical analysis of cement/lime or surkhi samples (IS : 4032) –

(H) Tests on Natural Building Stone -

4276 Compressive strength test (IS: 1121 Pt. I)

(a) Preparing specimen

(b) Testing above specimen

4277 Shear strength test (IS: 1121 Pt. IV)-

(a) Preparing specimen

(b) Testing above specimen

4278 Specific gravity and porosity test (3 specimens) (IS : 1122) –

4279 Water absorption test (24 hour immersion and five hour boiling test )-

Per No. 142.00 per sample

230.00 per sample

230.00 per job 1971.00 per job per job per job per job per job per job per job per job per job per job per job

1971.00

6613.00

1501.00

1126.00

481.00

880.00

322.00

113.00

315.00

162.00

522.00

Remarks

362

Item No.

4280

4281

Item

(a) Preparing specimen

(b) Testing specimen

Durability test (IS: 1126) -

(a) Preparing specimen

(b) Testing the specimen

Weathering test (IS : 1125) -

(a) Preparing specimen

(b) Testing the specimen

4282 Abrasion test -

(a) Preparing specimen

(b) Testing specimen

4283 Compressive strength on cores (IS: 1 121

Pt. I) -

(a) Cores received, cut and polished

4284

(b) Cores drilled, cut and polished

(c) Testing the specimen

Cubes received, Capped and tested. per specimen per specimen per specimen per specimen

Unit

per specimen per specimen per specimen per specimen per specimen per specimen per job per job

(I) Tests on Tiles –

4285 (a) Water absorption test per sample

(b) Determination of Flexural strength

(c) Resistance of wear

(d) Impact test

(e) Permeability of tiles per specimen per specimen per specimen per specimen per specimen

Rate

147.00

Remarks

147.00

147.00

1174.00

344.00

1496.00

279.00

344.00

235.00

423.00

171.00

189.00

187.00

83.00

120.00

213.00

241.00

363

Item No. Item Unit Rate

(J) Tests on Soil Cement Blocks –

4286 (a) Moisture absorption tests group of five.

(b) Compressive strength test

(c) Weathering test per job per sample per sample

508.00

120.00

1168.00

Remarks

364

APPENDIX - 1

QUANTITIES OF MATERIALS

FOR COMPLETED ITEMS OF WORK

Notes :-

1.

For items of works, which are not listed in this Appendix, actual quantities should be worked out as mode of measurements specified in schedule of rates

.

Quantities

S.

No.

Remark

1 Hard moorum filling cum Moorum

materials

1.00 cum

2 Rammed sand filling

3 Rammed moorum & bolder cum Sand cum Moorum

1.00 cum

0.40 cum

4 Rammed moorum and metal

(or shingle or gravel).

5 Cement mortar 1:2 cum Moorum

6

7

8

9

10

Cement mortar 1:3

Cement mortar 1:4

Cement mortar 1:5

Cement mortar 1:6

Cement mortar 1:8

11 (a) Plum cement concrete 1:2:4 with

25% plums. cum Cement

Sand cum Cement

Sand cum Cement

Sand cum Cement

Sand cum Cement

Sand cum Cement

Sand cum Plum

0.50 cum

1.00 cum

0.33 cum

1.00 cum

0.25 cum

1.00 cum

0.20 cum

1.00 cum

0.16 cum

1.00 cum

0.12 cum

1.00 cum

(b)Plum cement concrete 1:3:6 with

25% plums. cum Plum

12

(c)Plum cement concrete 1:4:8 with

25% plums. cum Plum

Cement concrete 1:1:2 cum

Sand 0.35cum

Metal 0.77 cum

Sand 0.38cum

S.

No.

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

Cement concrete 1:1.5:3

Cement concrete 1:2:4

Cement concrete 1:3:6

Cement concrete 1:4:8

Cement concrete 1:5:8

Cement concrete 1:5:10

Cement concrete 1:6:12

20 Brick bat filling

21 Metal filling

22 Plain Ashlar masonry/Ashlar Rough

365

cum Metal

Quantities materials

0.82 cum

Remark

cum

Sand 0.41cum

Metal 0.85 cum cum

Sand 0.43cum

Metal 0.90 cum cum

Sand 0.45cum

Metal 0.92 cum cum

Sand 0.46cum

Metal 0.85 cum

Cement 0.11cum cum

Sand 0.53cum

Metal 0.94 cum cum

Sand 0.47cum

Metal 0.94 cum cum Brick bats cum Metal cum Masonry

1.00 cum

1.00 cum

1.00 cum rock (quarried) faced masonry

23 Squared rubble masonry (first sort) /

Squared rubble masonry (second sort)/ hammer dressed coursed rubble masonry/Face stone masonry.

cum Rubble

Masonry

Stone (Bond

Stone)

24 Dry random rubble masonry cum Rubble

25 Uncoursed or Random Rubble cum Rubble masonry

Masonry

Stone

0.16 cum

1.00 cum

0.16 cum

26 Fixing fine dressed cut stone lintels in mortar cum Cut stone

27 Fixing fine dressed cut stone cum Cut stone

Copings, comices, string courses and plinth coursed in mortar.

1.00 cum

1.00 cum

366

S.

No.

28 Stone block masonry with solid stone masonry block precast in c. c. 1:4:8 cum Precast blocks

29 Sun dried brick masonry cum Bricks

30 Burnt brick masonry

31 Honey comb brick masonry cum cum

Bricks

Bricks

Quantities materials

0.90 cum

1.00 cum

1.00 cum

0.72 cum

32 Flag stone flooring over 20 mm thick bedding of CM 1:6 including pointing in CM : 1:3

33 Grouted stone pitching sqm Flag stone

CM 1:6

CM 1:3 cum Pitching stone

1.10 cum

0.0224 cum

0.0026 cum

1.00 cum

34 Dry stone pitching

35 Dry Boulder pitching cum Pitching stone cum Boulder

36 75 mm thick improved terrace flooring in cement concrete with neat cement floating coat.

Cement (for

Finishing and slurry)

37 40 mm thick improved terrace flooring in cement concrete with neat cement floating coat.

38 15 mm thick lime plaster on brick masonry with neeru finish.

Cement (for

Finishing and slurry) sqm L.M.

39 20 mm thick lime plaster on brick masonry with neeru finish.

White wash

Lime sqm L.M.

40 Cement plaster on stone work-

White wash

Lime

(a) 20 mm thick sqm C.M.

(b) 25 mm thick sqm C.M.

41 6 mm thick cement plaster to ceiling sqm C.M.

42 Cement plaster on brick work-

(a) 10 mm thick

(b) 15 mm thick

(c) 20 mm thick sqm sqm sqm

C.M.

C.M.

C.M.

1.00 cum

1.00 cum

0.003 cum

0.003 cum

0.003 cum

0.003 cum

0.025 cum

0.0072 cum

0.012 cum

0.018 cum

0.022 cum

Remark

367

S.

No.

43 Rough cast Cement plaster-

(a) 15 mm thick sqm C.M.

(b) 20 mm thick sqm C.M.

44 Cement for floating coat of neat cement over plaster. sqm Cement

45 Pebble dash plaster as per item 1124 sqm C.M.

46 Pointing of brick work-

6 to 12 mm pebbles or crushed stone

(a) Flush pointing

(b) Ruled pointing

(c) Raised and cut pointing

47 Pointing of brick work

(a) Flush pointing sqm Mortar sqm Mortar sqm Mortar sqm Mortar

(b) Ruled pointing

(c) Raised and cut pointing sqm sqm

Mortar

Mortar

48 Cement pointing to flage stone flooring sqm C.M.

49 Mangalore tile roofing sqm Tiles

50 A. C. sheets roofing sqm AC sheet

51 White washing with lime

(a) One coat sqm Quick lime

Quantities materials

0.02 cum

0.022 cum

0.023 cum

0.01 cum

0.003 cum

0.003 cum

0.0046 cum

0.0023 cum

0.0023 cum

0.0038 cum

15 Nos

1.07 sqm

0.1 kg

Remark

(b) Two coat sqm

Sodium

Chloride

Quick lime

0.3 gm

0.2 kg

(c)Three coat sqm

Sodium

Chloride

Quick lime

0.6 gm

0.3 kg

52 Cement wash with portland cement slurry

Sodium

Chloride sqm Cement

0.9 gm

S.

No.

53 White washing with Chalk whiting-

(i) One coat

(ii) Two coats

368

sqm Chalk

Copper sulphate sqm Chalk

Quantities materials

0.1 kg

Remark

0.3 gm

0.2 kg

(iii)Three coats sqm

Copper sulphate

Chalk

0.4 gm

0.3 kg

54

57

Distempering with dry distemper- washable distemper-

(a)One coat excluding priming coat

(b)two coats

Painting coat with ready mixed-

(a)One coat excluding priming Coat of whiting

(b)Two coats including priming Coat of whiting

(c)Two coats excluding priming coat sqm Dry distemper

55 Distempering with oil bound

(b) two coats including priming coat sqm Oil bound distemper

(b) two coats excluding priming coat sqm Oil bound distemper

56 Snowcem or Durocem-

(a)One coat

(a) Wood primer, pink (for hard & softwood).

Copper sulphate sqm Dry distemper sqm Dry distemper

Whiting chalk sqm Oil bound distemper sqm Snowcem

Durocem sqm Snowcem

Durocem sqm Primer

0.6 gm

0.06 kg

0.1 kg

0.1kg

0.1 kg

0.10 kg

0.15 kg

0.18 kg

0.30 kg

369

S.

No.

(b)Aluminum priming water resistant

(for resinous wood and plywood). sqm Primer

(c) Zinc chorme priming or red lead priming (for steel surface).

58 Painting two or more coats

(excluding priming coat) on new surfaces with-

(a) Ready mixed paint (for wooden surfaces). sqm Primer sqm Paint

(b)Ready mixed paint (for G.S.

Sheets) sqm Paint

(c) Aluminum paint sqm Paint

(d) Enamel paint sqm Paint

59 Painting one or more coats on priviously painted surface with

(a)Ready mixed paint (for wooden surfaces). sqm Paint

(b)Ready mixed paint (for G.S.

Sheets) sqm Paint

(c) Aluminum paint

(d) Enamel paint sqm sqm

Paint

Paint

60 Painting with ready mixed anti- corrosive bituminous black paint-

(a) Two or more coats on new

Surfaces

(b) One or more coats on previously painted surfaces

61 Painting with synthetic enamel paint-

(a) Two or more coats on new

Surfaces

(b) One or more coats on previously painted surfaces

62 Wall painting with plastic emulsion paint (excluding priming coat)-

(a) Two or more coats on new

Surfaces

(b) One or more coats on previously painted surfaces

63 Painting one or more coats with black Japan Paint. sqm Paint sqm Paint sqm Paint sqm Paint sqm Paint sqm Paint sqm Paint

Quantities materials

Remark

0.08 liter

0.10 liter

0.046 liter

0.061 liter

370

S.

No.

sqm varnish

Quantities materials

Remark

64 Varnishing one or more coats with-

(a) Clear synthetic varnish

(b) Copal varnish

65 Painting with oil type wood preservatives-

(a) Two or more coats on new

Surfaces sqm Wood preservative

0.10 liter

(b) One or more coats on previously painted surfaces

66 Oiling with linseed oil- sqm Wood 0.081 liter preservative

(a) Two or more coats on new

Surfaces

(b) One or more coats on previously painted surfaces

67 Seepage drains 60x60 cm- sqm linseed oil sqm linseed oil

0.116 liter

0.07 liter

(a)Filled with graded boulders or quarried stone.

(b)Filled in layers with boulders (or quarried stone) shingle and sand. sqm varnish

0.075 litre

0.07 litre

Shingle 0.112

68 Seepage drains 60x60 cm-

(a)Filled with graded boulders or quarried stone.

(b)Filled in layers with boulders (or quarried stone) shingle and sand.

Shingle 0.174 cum Graded metal or shingle or sand

70 Rock toe in earthen embankment cum

71

72

45 cm thick stone pitching

30 cm thick stone pitching sqm sqm

1.00 cum

Quarried stone or

1.00 cum bould

Stone 0.45 cum chips 0.03

Stone 0.30 cum

73 90 cm thick stone pitching sqm Stone 0.90 cum

74 Fixing in position 1 mm thick and 355 mm wide annealed copper Sheet strips for contraction joints. m Copper

Sheet

3.5 kg.

371

S.

No.

75 40 mm thick plaster for 0.05 cum contraction joints.

76 Providing dumped rip rap

Quantities

Remark materials

cum Rubble 0.65

77 Fixing in position NP2 or NP3 Hume pipe in CM 1:3-

(a) 80 mm dia

(b) 100 mm dia

(c) 150 mm dia

(d) 250 mm dia

(e) 300 mm dia

(f) 350 mm dia

(g) 400 mm dia

(h) 450 mm dia

(i) 500 mm dia

(j) 600 mm dia

(k) 700 mm dia

(l) 750 mm dia

(m) 800 mm dia

(n) 900 mm dia

(o) 1000 mm dia

(p) 1100 mm dia

(q) 1200 mm dia each joint each joint each joint each joint each joint each joint each joint each joint each joint each joint each joint each joint each joint each joint each joint each joint each joint cum Portland cement

28.80 bags

372

APPENDIX -II

AREAS AND WEIGHTS OF STEEL SECTIONS

(i) Round bars (I.S. : 1732-1971)

Perimeter Perimeter per meter area per meter area mm kg sqm cm mm kg sqm cm

18 2 2.54 5.657

(ii) Square bars (I.S. : 1732-1971)

Side width Weight per meter

Sectional area

Side width Weight per meter

Sectional area mm kg sqm mm kg sqm

10 0.785 1 40 12.6 16

12 1.13 1.44 45 15.9 20.2

16 2.01 2.56 50 19.6 25

373

(iii) Flats (IS : 1731-1971)

Width mm

3.0

Thickness mm

4.0 5.0 12.0 16.0

Weight per meter length kg

10 0.236 0.314 0.393 0.471 - - - -

0.879 - -

20 0.471 0.628 0.785 0.942 1.26 1.57 1.88 2.51

120

130

140

150

160

180

200

250

300

70

75

80

90

100

110

35 0.824 1.1 1.37 1.65 2.2 2.76 3.3 4.4

40 0.942 1.26 1.57 1.88 2.51 3.14 3.77 5.02

45 - 1.41 1.77 2.12 2.83 3.53 4.24 5.65

50 1.18 1.57 1.96 2.36 3.14 3.93 4.71 6.28

55 - 1.73 2.16 2.59 3.45 4.32 5.18 6.91

60 1.41 1.88 2.36 2.83 3.77 4.71 5.65 7.54

65 - 2.04 2.55 3.06 4.08 5.1 6.12 8.16

-

-

-

2.2

2.36

2.51

2.75 3.3 4.4 5.5 6.59 8.79

2.94 3.53 4.77 5.89 7.07 9.42

3.14 3.77 5.02 6.28 7.54 10

- - 3.53 4.24 5.65 7.07 8.48 11.3

- - 3.93 4.71 6.28 7.85 9.42 12.6

- - 4.32 5.18 6.91 8.64 10.4 13.8

- - 4.71 5.65 7.54 9.42 11.3 15.1

- - - 6.12 8.16 10.2 12.2 16.3

- - - - 8.79

- - - - 9.42

- - - - 10

- - - - 11.3

11

11.8

12.6

14.1

- - - - - 15.7

- - - - - 19.6

13.2

14.1

15.1

17

18.8

23.6

- - - - - - 28.3

17.6

18.8

20.1

22.6

25.1

31.4

37.2

374

Equal Leg Angles

Designation

Size

mm x mm

Thickness mm

Sectional area sq cm

Weight

per meter

Kg

1 2 3 4 5

ISA 20 20 20x20 3 1.12 0.19

ISA 25 25 25x25 3 1.41 1.10

ISA 30 30 30x30 3 1.73 1.40

IAS 35 35 35x35 3 2.03 1.60

ISA 40 40 40x40

ISA 4545 45x45

ISA 50 50 50x50

3

3

3

2.34

2.64

2.95

1.80

2.10

2.30

ISA 55 55 55x55 5 5.27 4.10

Designation

ISA 60 60

375

Size

mm x mm

Thickness mm

60x60 4

Sectional area sq cm

4.71

Weight

per meter

Kg

3.70

ISA 65 65 65x65

ISA 70 70 70x70

5

5

6.25

6.77

4.90

5.30

ISA 75 75

ISA 80 80

ISA 90 90

75x75

80x80

90x90

5

6

6

ISA 100 100 100X100 6

7.27

9.29

10.47

11.67

5.70

7.30

8.20

9.20

ISA 110 110 110X110 8 17.08 13.40

Designation

ISA 120 120

376

Size

mm x mm

Thickness mm

Sectional area sq cm

Weight

per meter

Kg

120X120 8 18.70 14.70

ISA 130 130 130X130 8 20.28 15.90

ISA 150 150 150X150 10 29.21 22.90

ISA 180 180 180X180

ISA 200 200 200X200

15

12

52.10

46.94

40.90

36.90

377

(v) Unequal Leg Angles (I.S. :808(Pt-V)-1976)

Designation

Size

mm x mm

Thickness mm

Sectional area sq cm

Weight

per meter

Kg

1 2 3 4 5

60x30

60x40

65x45

65x50

45x30

50x30

30x20

40x20

40x25

ISA 60 30

ISA 60 40

ISA 65 45

ISA 65 50

ISA 30 20

ISA 40 20

ISA 40 25

ISA 45 30

ISA 50 30

6.25

8.17

5.54

6.58

7.60

8.60

4.47

4.29

5.08

4.76

5.65

6.55

7.37

5.26

3.56

2.18

2.86

3.52

4.16

2.34

3.07

3.78

1.41

1.84

2.25

1.73

2.77

1.88

2.46

3.02

6

8

5

6

7

8

6

7

8

5

6

5

6

5

6

3

4

5

6

3

4

5

5

3

4

5

3

4

5

3

4.90

6.40

4.35

5.16

5.96

6.75

3.50

3.37

3.99

3.70

4.40

5.14

5.80

4.10

2.80

1.70

2.20

2.80

3.30

1.80

2.40

3.00

1.10

1.40

1.80

1.36

2.17

1.50

1.90

2.40

Designation

ISA 90 60

ISA 90 65

ISA 100 50

ISA 100 75

ISA 120 80

ISA 70 45

ISA 75 50

ISA 80 50

ISA 80 60

378

Size

mm x mm

Thickness mm

90x60

90x65

100X50

100X75

120X80

80x50

80x60

70x45

75x50

10

12

8

10

12

7

8

6

8

7

8

10

6

6

10

12

6

10

6

7

8

10

5

6

8

5

6

7

8

5

6

8

10

Sectional area sq cm

10.10

11.40

10.14

13.36

16.50

19.56

15.50

19.10

22.70

8.65

14.01

16.57

9.01

10.40

11.80

14.60

8.73

11.52

6.27

7.46

9.78

12.02

8.11

9.38

10.60

5.52

6.56

8.58

10.52

6.02

7.16

8.31

9.38

11.40

6.85

7.93

8.99

8.00

10.50

13.00

15.40

7.36

8.34

6.80

11.00

13.00

7.07

8.19

9.29

12.20

15.00

17.80

6.53

7.40

9.00

4.90

5.90

7.70

9.40

6.37

Weight

per meter

Kg

4.30

5.20

6.70

8.30

4.70

5.60

Designation

ISA 200 100

ISA 200 150

ISA 125 75

ISA 125 95

ISA 135 65

ISA 150 90

ISA 150 115

379

Size

mm x mm

Thickness mm

200X100

200X150

125x75

125X95

135X65

150X90

150X115

15

16

10

12

12

16

10

12

15

16

18

20

12

15

8

10

8

10

12

10

6

8

10

12

6

8

10

12

Sectional area sq cm

30.52

40.00

29.21

34.77

43.00

45.65

34.29

40.85

50.50

53.73

60.00

66.29

15.10

18.60

22.10

23.20

27.50

33.90

20.71

25.66

11.66

15.38

19.02

22.70

12.92

17.04

21.08

25.04

16.30

20.10

24.00

31.40

22.90

27.30

33.70

35.80

26.90

32.10

39.60

42.20

47.10

52.00

Weight

per meter

Kg

9.20

12.10

14.90

17.80

10.10

13.40

16.50

19.70

11.80

14.60

17.30

18.20

21.60

26.60

380

(VI) Channel [I.S. :808 (Pt. III)-1979]

Designation

Kg

Weight per meter sqcm

Sectional area mm

Depth of section mm

Width of flange mm

Thickness of flange mm

Mc 300

Mc 300*

Mc 300*

Mc 350

Mc 400

McP 75

McP 100

McP 125

McP 125*

McP 150

McP 150*

McP 175

McP 175*

McP 200

McP 200*

McP 225

Mc 75

Mc 100

Mc 125

Mc 125*

Mc 150

Mc 150*

Mc 175

Mc 175*

Mc 200

Mc 200*

Mc 225

Mc 225*

Mc 250

Mc 250*

Mc 250*

Thickness of web mm

13.70

16.80

17.70

19.60

21.70

22.30

24.30

26.10

36.30

41.50

46.20

42.70

50.10

7.14

9.56

13.10

21.70

22.30

24.30

26.10

30.70

30.60

24.20

38.10

7.14

9.56

13.10

9.10

12.20

16.70

75

100

125

40

50

65

7.50

7.70

8.20

4.80

5.00

5.30

13.70 17.50 125 66 8.10 6.00

13.80 17.50 150 75 9.00 5.70

17.70

19.60

22.60 150 76 9.00 6.50

24.90 175 75 10.20 6.00

27.60

28.50

31.00

16.70

17.50

21.30

22.60

175

200

200

225

225

250

250

77

75

76

80

83

80

82

10.20

11.40

11.40

12.40

12.40

14.10

14.10

7.50

6.20

7.50

6.50

9.00

7.20

9.00

22.60 250 84 14.10 11.00

24.90 300 90 13.60 7.80

27.60 300 92 13.60 10.00

28.50 300 94 13.60 12.00

31.00 350 100 13.50 8.30

22.60

9.10

12.20

16.70

17.50

21.30

22.60

24.90

27.60

28.50

31.00

33.30

400

75

100

125

125

150

150

175

175

200

200

225

100

40

50

65

66

75

76

75

77

75

76

80

15.30

7.50

7.70

8.10

8.10

9.00

9.00

10.20

10.20

11.40

11.40

12.40

8.80

4.80

5.00

5.30

6.00

5.70

6.50

6.00

7.50

6.20

7.50

6.50

381

Designation

Kg

Weight per meter sqcm

McP 225*

McP 250

30.70

30.60

McP 250*

McP 250*

McP 300

McP 300*

34.20

38.10

36.30

41.50

McP 300*

McP 350

McP 400

*Thick section

46.20

42.70

50.10

Sectional area mm

Depth of section mm

39.00

39.00

225

250

43.50

48.50

46.30

52.80

250

250

300

300

58.80

54.40

63.80

300

350

400

Width of flange mm

83

80

82

84

90”

92

94

100

100

Thickness of flange mm

12.40

14.10

14.10

14.10

13.60

13.60

13.60

13.50

15.30

Thickness of web mm

9.00

7.20

9.00

11.00

7.80

10.00

12.00

8.30

8.80

382

Hot Rolled Steel Beams [I.S.:808 (Pt. I)-1973]

Designation

Kg

SC 100

Weight per meter sqcm

Sectional area mm

Depth of section mm

Width of flange mm

Thickness of flange mm

Thickness of web

MB 100

11.50 14.70 100 70 7.50 4.50

MB 125

13.40 17.00 125 70 8.00 5.00

MB 150

15.00 19.10 150 75 8.00 5.00

MB 175

19.50 24.90 175 85 9.00 5.80

MB 200

25.40 32.30 200 100 10.80 5.70

MB 225

31.20 39.70 225 110 11.80 6.50

MB 250

37.30 47.60 250 125 12.50 6.90

MB 300

46.10 58.70 300 140 13.10 7.70

MB 350

52.40 66.70 350 140 14.20 8.10

MB 400

61.60 78.50 400 140 16.00 8.90

MB 450

72.40 92.30 450 150 17.40 9.40

MB 500

86.90 111.00 500 180 17.20 10.20

MB 550

104.00 132.00 550 190 19.30 11.20

MB 600

123.00 156.00 600 210 20.80 12.00

Hot Rolled Steel Columns [I.S.:808 (Pt. II)-1973]

Designation

Kg

Weight per meter sqcm

Sectional area mm

Depth of section mm

Width of flange mm

Thickness of flange mm

Thickness of web

20.00 2.55 100 100 10.00 6.00

SC 120

26.20 3.34 120 120 11.00 6.50

SC 140

33.30 4.24 140 140 12.00 7.00

SC 160

41.90 5.34 160 160 13.00 8.00

SC 180

50.50 6.44 180 180 14.00 8.50

SC 200

60.30 7.68 200 200 15.00 9.00

SC 220

70.40 8.98 220 220 16.00 9.50

85.60 10.90 250 250 17.00 10.00

SC 250

383

CONVERSION TABLE

into Multiply by

APPENDIX III

Length

To convert

Feet meter 3.28084

yard meter international nautical mile

Area

Sq inch

Sq feet

Sq yard

Sq mile kilometer

Sq centimeter (sqcm)

Sq meter (sqm)

Sq meter (sqm)

Sq kilometer (sqkm)

1.852

0.4156

0.092903

0.836127

1.58999

0.53996

0.155

10.7639

1.19599

0.386103

Volume and Capacity

Cubic Inch

Cubic Feet

Cubic yard

Cubic centimeter (cucm)

Cubic meter (cum)

Cubic meter (cum)

16.3871

0.0283168

0.764555

0.0610237

35.3147

1.30795

Imperial gallon

Mass

Liter

Ounce Gram

4.54069 0.219969

Pound Kilogram 0.453592

Ton Tonne 1.10605

Mound Kilogram

Seer Kilogram

Tola Gram

Pressure or stress

Pounds per sq. foot

Pounds per sq. inch kg per sqm kg per sq cm

4.88234

0.070307

0.204816

14.2233

Tons per sq. foot

Newton per sq. meter

Density

Pounds per cubic inch

Pounds per cubic feet

Moment of force

Newton meters

To obtain

toune per sq m kg per sq m grams per cum

Kg per cum kg force meters

from

10.9366 0.0914358

9.80665 x 10

4

1.01972 x 10

5

27.679821 0.0361274

16.0185 0.062428

0.101972 9.80665

Multiply by

384

STANDARD BENCH MARK

TYPE DESIGN - 8

APPENDIX -IV

385

BENCH MARK ON MASONRY WORK

TYPE DESIGN - 8

APPENDIX-V

386

TYPE DESIGN 6 – ORDINNARY BENCH MARK

APPENDIX -VI

387

KILOMETER STONE TYPE – 1

TYPE DESIGN -1

APPENDIX -VII

388

KILOMETER STONE TYPE – 2

TYPE DESIGN -2

APPENDIX -VIII

389

0.2 KILOMETRE STONE

TYPE DESIGN - 3

APPENDIX - IX

390

CHAINAGE CUM BOUNDARY STONE

TYPE DESIGN - 4

APPENDIX -X

391

BED GRADE STONE

TYPE DESIGN - 5

APPENDIX -XI

392

APPENDIX - XII

LIST OF MANDATORY TESTS

Material/Test

Adulteration test

Particle size distribution

Bulking of fine aggregate

Silt content

Field/Lab oratory

Test

Test procedure

Minimum quantity of material of work for carrying out the test

Frequency of testing

Cement

Laboratory IS:3535 – 1966 field

50 tonnes Every 50 tonnes or part thereof.

Fine aggregates (sand)

IS:2386 –(Pt-l) 1963 20 cum Every 40 cum or part thereof. field IS:2386-(Pt-lll) 1963 20 cum field IS:2386 -(Pt-ll) 1963 20 cum

One per shift per stock pile.

Every 40 cum or part thereof.

Coarse aggregates

(Metal, shingle or gravel)

IS:2386 -(Pt-l) 1963 45 cum Flakiness index

Particle size distribution

% of soft or deleterious materials field field IS:2386 -(Pt-l) 1963 45 cum

Every 90 cum or part thereof.

Every 45 cum or part thereof. field IS:2386 -(Pt-ll) 1963 45 cum Every 90 cum or part thereof.

Cement concrete and RCC not leaner than 1:3:6 (M 10)

Slump test

Compressive strength of molded cement concrete specimen. field

Laboratory

IS: 1999 – 1959

IS: 7320 – 1974

IS: 516 – 1959 15 cum

One per every two hours working per mixer

Quantity of No. of days sample concreting cum

IS: 1199 – 1959

IS: 456 – 1978

06….15 2

16….30 3

31….50 4

51 and above . 4 plus one additional sample for each additional 50 cum or part thereof.

393

Material/Test

Field/Lab oratory

Test

Test procedure

Minimum quantity of material of work for carrying out the test

Burnt clay building bricks.

Frequency of testing

Water absorption and water efflorescence

Compressive strength

Laboratory

Laboratory

IS:3495 (Pt.l to IV)

1976

IS:3495 (Pt.l to IV)

1976

1,00,000 One test per source of manufacture.

1,00,000 Two tests for first lot on one lakh bricks and one test for every subsequent one lakh bricks or – part thereof.

Flush Door

End immersion test knife test Adhesion.

Tensile test

Bend test

Rebend test

Retest

Flexural strength.

Laboratory IS: 2202 (Pt. l) 1980 26 shutters As per sampling and testing specified in

Table 3 of IS: 2202

(Pt.l) – 1980.

Laboratory IS:1608 –1972

IS: 226 –1975

Reinforcement steel

(i) 3 tonnes of bars of dia. Below

10 mm.

Laboratory IS : 1599 -1974 (ii) 3 tonnes of

10 to 16 mm dia

(i) Under 10 mm dia

Every 25 tonnes or part thereof.

(ii) 10 mm to 16 mm

Every 35 tonnes or part thereof.

Laboratory IS : 1786 –1979 bars.

(ii) 3 tonnes of bars of dia above 16 mm .

Laboratory IS : 1786 –1979

Precast concrete slabs.

Laboratory IS : 4969 –1968 500 slabs.

(iii) Over 16 mm dia

Every 45 tonnes or part thereof.

394

CHAPTER 43 – SPECIAL ITEMS OF BUILDING WORKS

Notes:-

1. The rates include-

(a) All lead and lifts for all materials.

(b) Cost of labour for installation, material, tools and plants necessary to complete the job.

(c) Cost of making holes in walls, excavation, cutting of floors and making goods the same to its original condition.

2. The rates also include, wherever necessary, conveyance and delivery, handling, loading and unloading, storing, fabrication, hoisting, all necessary labour for finishing to required shape and size, fitting and fixing in position, cutting and waste and other works etc.

3. The materials shall confirm to relevant IS.

Item No. Item

Unit Rate Remarks

4301 Supplying chlorpyriphos / Lindane emulsifiable concentrate of 20% in sealed containers including delivery as specified litre 339.00

4302 Diluting chemical emulsion (Chlorpyriphos/ lindane) in water as per manufacturers recommendation and injecting for post - constructional ani-termite treatment: Along external wall where the apron is not provided using diluted chemical emulsion

@ 7.5 litres / sqm of the vertical surface of the substructure to a depth of 300 mm including excavation channel along the wall

& rodding etc. complete:

RM 6.00

4303 Diluting chemical emulsion (Chlorpyriphos/ lindane) in water as per manufacturers recommendation and injecting for post - constructional ani-termite treatment:

RM 12.00

Along external wall below concrete or masonary apron along the plinth wall using diluted chemical [email protected] 0.65 litres per hole including drilling 12mmdia holes

300mm apart and plugging the same with cement mortar 1 :2 (1cement : 2 Coarse sand) to match the existing apron after injecting chemical emulsion.

4304 Diluting chemical emulsion (Chlorpyriphos/ lindane) in water as per manufacturers recommendation and injecting for post - constructional ani-termite treatment:

RM 8.00

Treatment of masonary wall/ soil under existing floors using diluted chemical emulsion @ one litre per hole, including drilling 12 mm diameter holes at the

395

Item No. Item

junction of floor and walls along the cracks on the floor at the interwal of 300 mm and plugging with cement mortar 1 :2 (1 cement

: 2Coarse sand) to match the existing floor :

Unit Rate Remarks

4305 Diluting chemical emulsion (Chlorpyriphos/ lindane) in oil or kerosene based solution as per manufacturers recommendation and injecting the diluted chemical emulsion for post - constructional ani-termite treatment of wood work at points of contact @ 0.5 litres per hole by drilling 6 mm dia holes at downward angle of 45 degree at 150 mm centre to centre and sealing the same.

RM 77.00

4306 15 mm thick Marble work (machine cut, table rubbed & polished) for wall lining

(veneer work) in cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement : 3 coarse sand) including pointing with white cement mortar 1:2 (1 white cement : 2 marble dust) C12mixed with matching pigment. (Area of slab should be over 0.5 sq.m)

(a) Makrana white second quality.

Sqm 1629.00

(b)

(e)

Raj Nagar plain.

Udaipur green marble

Sqm 842.00

(c)

(d)

Agaria White

Black Zebra. sqm 1147.00

(d)

(c)

Black Zebra.

Agaria White

Sqm 842.00

(e)

(b)

Udaipur green marble

Raj Nagar plain.

Sqm 857.00

(f)

(a)

Pink plain marble

Makrana white second quality sqm 1015.00

(g) Granite stone

4307 15 mm thick Marble work (machine cut, table rubbed & polished) for kitchen platform, vanity counters, window sills and similar locations of required size laid over

20mm thick base cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4 coarse sand) including joints treated with white cement mixed with matching pigment including rubbing and polishing to edge moulding to give high gloss finish.

Sqm 3881.00 sqm 1346.00

Sqm 874.00

Sqm 1164.00 sqm 874.00

Sqm 888.00

396

Item No. Item

Unit Rate Remarks

(f) Pink plain marble.

Sqm 1039.00

4308 Extra for providing edge moulding to 15mm thick stone counters, vanities etc. including machine polishing to edge to give high gloss finish etc. complete as per design approved by Engineer-in-Charge.

(a)

(b)

Marble work

On kitchen platform, sills and similar

RM 64.00

(b)

(a)

Granite work

On walls

RM 106.00

4309 Extra for fixing marble /granite stone in facia and drops of width upto 150 mm with epoxy resin based adhesive instead of cement mortar including cleaning etc. complete.

RM 240.00

4310 Extra for making opening of required size & shape for wash basins/ kitchen sink in kitchen platform, vanity counters and similar location in marble/Granite/stone work including making necessary holes for pillar taps etc. including rubbing and polishing of cut edges etc. complete]

RM 170.00

4311 Mirror polishing on marble work/Granite work where ever required to give high gloss finish complete. sqm 139.00

sqm 77.00 sqm 150.00

4312 Making 50mm thick plinth protection of plain cement concrete 1:3:6 (1 cement : 3 coarse sand : 6 graded crushed stone aggregate

20mm nominal size) over 75mm bed of dry brick ballast 40mm nominal size well rammed and consolidated and grouted with sand including finishing the top smooth. each 494.00

4313 Providing and fixing 600x450 mm beveled edge 4mm mirror of superior glass (of approved quality) complete with 6 mm thick hard board ground fixed to wooden cleats with C.P. brass screws and washers complete.

4314 Providing and fixing mirror of superior glass

(of approved quality) and of required shape and size with plastic moulded frame of approved make and shade with 6 mm thick hard board backing :

(a) 5mm thick mirror sqm 2854.00

397

Item No. Item

Unit Rate Remarks

4315 Providing and fixing 600x120x5mm glass shelf with edges rounded off supported on anodised aluminium angle frame with C.P. brass brackets and guard rail complete fixed with 40 mm long screws, rawl plugs etc., complete.

4316 Providing and fixing 15 mm nominal bore

C.P. brass fittings of approved make and conforming to IS:8931 including C.P. brass extension if required:

(a)

(b)

Toilet paper holder

Soap dish plate

(c) Shower rose (revolving type) (150mm)

(d) Towel rail (600mm long x 20mm dia)

4317 Providing, driving and installing driven castin-situ reinforced cement concrete piles of specified diameter and length below the pile cap M 35 in cement concrete, to carry safe working load not less than specified, excluding the cost of steel reinforcement but including the cost of shoe and the length of pile to be embedded in the pile cap etc. all complete. (Length of pile for payment shall be measured from top of shoe to the bottom of pile cap) :

(a)

(b)

400 mm dia piles

450 mm dia piles

(c) 500 mm dia piles

(d) 550 mm dia piles

4318 Boring, providing and installing bored castin-situ reinforced cement concrete pile of specified diameter and length below the pile cap M 35 in cement concrete, to carry a safe working load not less than specified, excluding the cost of steel reinforcement but including the cost of boring with, bentonite solution and temporary casing of appropriate length for setting out and removal of same and the length of the pile to be embedded in the pile cap etc. all complete, including removal of excavated earth with all lifts and leads (Length of pile for payment shall be measured upto bottom of pile cap). each 212.00 each 231.00 each 151.00 each 243.00 each 318.00

RM 1442.00

RM 1796.00

RM 2166.00

RM 2350.00

398

Item No. Item

(a)

(b)

300 mm dia piles

400 mm dia piles

(c) 450 mm dia piles

(d) 600 mm dia piles

4319 Boring, Providing and installing cast in situ single under reamed piles of specified diameter and length below pile cap in cement concrete 1:1½:3 (1 cement : 1½ coarse sand : 3 graded stone aggregate

20mm nominal size), to carry a safe working load not less than specified, excluding the cost of steel reinforcement but including the cost of boring with bentonite solution and the length of the pile to be embedded in pile cap etc. all complete. (Length of pile for payment shall be measured upto to the bottom of pile cap) :

(a)

(b)

300 mm dia piles

400 mm dia piles

(c) 450 mm dia piles

(d) 550 mm dia piles

4320 Extra over item No. 4319 for providing additional bulb in under reamed piles, under specified dia meter (Only the quantity of extra bulbs are to be paid).

(a) 300mm dia piles.

(b) 400mm dia piles.

(c) 450 mm dia piles.

(d) 550 mm dia piles

4321 Providing, driving and installing driven Precast reinforced cement concrete piles of specified diameter and length below the pile cap in M35 cement concrete to carry safe working load not less than specified. With a central through preformed hole with M.S. black pipe of dia, 40mm forgrouting with cement sand grouting of mix 1:2 (1 cement

: 2 coarse sand) under sufficient positive pressure to ensure complete filling including centring, shuttering, driving and removing the steel casing pipe and lifting casing etc. complete but excluding the cost of steel

Unit Rate Remarks

RM 1089.00

RM 1347.00

RM 1752.00

RM 2728.00

RM 1791.00

RM 2279.00

RM 2531.00

RM 2802.00

RM 1038.00

RM 1183.00

RM 1270.00

RM 1416.00

399

Item No. Item

reinforcement. (Length of pile for payment shall be measured from top of the shoe to the bottom of pile cap).

(a)

(b)

400 mm dia piles.

450 mm dia piles.

(c) 500 mm dia piles

(d) 550 mm dia piles.

Unit Rate Remarks

RM 1566.00

RM 1772.00

RM 1893.00

RM 2083.00

4322 Vertical load testing of piles in accordance with IS 2911 (Part IV) including installation of loading platform and preparation of pile head or construction of test cap and dismantling of test cap after test etc. complete as per specification & the direction of Engineer in-charge.

Per test 22035.00

(a) Single pile upto 50 tonne capacity Initial test.

(b) Single pile upto 50 tonne capacity Routine test

Per test 12995.00

Per test 31075.00

(c) Single pile above 50 tonne and upto 100 tonne capacity Initial test.

Per test 20340.00

(d) Single pile above 50 tonne and upto 100 tonne capacity Routine test

(e) Group of two or more piles upto 50 tonne capacity Initial test.

Per test 42375.00

(f) Group of two or more piles upto 50 tonne capacity Routine test

Per test 25990.00

4323 Cyclic vertical load testing of pile in accordance with IS Code of practice IS :

2911 (part IV) including preparation of pile head etc for

(a) Single pile Upto 50 tonne capacity pile.

Per test 12995.00

Per test 20340.00

(b) Single pile Above 50 tonne and upto 100 tonne capacity pile

(c) Group of two piles Upto 50 tonne capacity pile.

Per test 25990.00

4324 Lateral load testing of single pile in accordance with IS Code of practice IS :

2911 (Part IV) for determining safe allowable lateral load on pile :

(a) Upto 50 tonne capacity pile

Per test 12995.00

(b) Above 50 tonne and upto 100 tonne

Per test 20340.00 capacity pile

400

Item No. Item

Unit Rate Remarks

HORTICULTURE & LANDSCAPING

4325 Trenching in ordinary soil upto a depth of

60cm including removal and stacking of serviceable materials and then disposing of by spreading and neatly levelling with in a lead of 50m and making up the trenched area to proper levels by filling with earth or earth mixed with sludge or/and manure before and after flooding trench with water

(excluding cost of imported earth, sludge or manure). cum 69.00

4326 Supplying and stacking of good earth at site including royalty, loading, unloading and carriage upto 100m (earth measured in stacks will be reduced by 20% for payment). cum 107.00

4327 Supplying and stacking sludge at site including royalty, loading, unloading and carriage upto 100m (sludge measured in stacks will be reduced by 8% for payment).

4331 Fine dressing the ground cum 104.00

4328 Supplying and stacking at site well decayed cow dung manure from approved source, including loading, unloading and carriage upto 100m (manure measured in stacks will be reduced by 8% for payment cum 104.00

4329 Rough dressing the trenched ground including breaking clods

sqm

sqm

0.35

1.00

4330 Uprooting weeds from the trenched area after 10 to 15 days of its flooding with water including disposal of uprooted vegetation sqm 0.70 cum 11.00

4332 Spreading of sludge, dump manure or/and good earth in required thickness (Cost of sludge, dump manure or/ and good earth to be paid separately). cum 7.00

4333 Mixing earth and sludge or manure in proportion specified or directed

4334 Grassing with ‘Doob’ grass including watering and maintenance of the lawn for

30 days or more till the grass forms a thick lawn free from weeds and fit for mowing including supplying good earth if needed

(the good earth shall be paid for separately).

(a) In rows 15 cm apart in either direction

sqm 1.00

401

Item No. Item

Unit Rate Remarks

(b) In rows 7.5 cm apart in either direction

sqm 1.65

(c) In rows 5 cm apart in either direction sqm 3.30

4335 Renovating lawns including weeding, cheeling the grass, forking the ground, top dressing with sludge or manure, mixing the same with forked soil, watering and maintaining the lawn for 30 days or more till the grass forms a thick lawn free from weeds and fit for mowing and disposal of rubbish as directed, including supplying good earth if needed but excluding the cost of sludge or manure (the good earth shall be paid for separately).

sqm

sqm

6.60

11.20

4336 Uprooting rank vegetation and weeds by digging the area to a depth of 60cm removing all weeds and other growth with roots by forking repeatedly, breaking clods, rough dressing, flooding with water, uprooting fresh growths after 10 to 15 days and then fine dressing for planting new grass, including disposal of all rubbish with all leads and lifts. cum 69.00

4337 Preparation of beds for hedging and shrubbery by excavating 60cm deep and trenching the excavated base to a further depth of 30cm, refilling the excavated earth after breaking clods and mixing with sludge or manure in the ratio of 8:1 (8 parts of stacked volume of earth after reduction by

20% : one part of stacked volume of sludge or manure after reduction by 8%), flooding with water, filling with earth if necessary, watering and finally fine dressing, levelling etc.including stacking and disposal of materials declared unserviceable and surplus earth by spreading and levelling as directed,within a lead of 50m lift upto 1.5 m complete (cost of sludge, manure or extra earth to be paid for separately).

4338 Digging holes in ordinary soil and refilling the same with the excavated earth mixed with manure or sludge in the ratio of 2:1 by volume (2 parts of stacked volume of earth after reduction by 20% : 1 part of stacked volume of manure after reduction by 8%) flooding with water, dressing including removal of rubbish and surplus earth, if any with all leads and lifts (cost of manure,

402

Item No. Item

sludge or extra good earth if needed to be paid for separately

(a)

(b)

Holes 1.2 m dia and 1.2 m deep

Holes 0.6 m dia and 0.6 m deep

4339 Half brick circular tree guard in modular well burnt clay bricks of crushing strength not less than 25kg/ sqcm, internal diameter

1.25 metre and height 1.2 metre above ground and 0.20 m below ground bottom two courses laid dry and top three courses in cement mortar 1:6 (1 cement : 6 fine sand) and the intermediate courses being in dry honey comb masonry as per design complete:

4340 Providing and fixing M.S. flat iron tree guard

60cm dia. and 2m height above ground level formed of 4 nos.25x6mm and 8 nos.

25x3mm vertical M.S. flats rivetted to 3 nos.

25x6mm M.S. flat iron rings in two halves, bolted together with 8mm dia. and 30mm long bolts including painting two coats with paint of approved brand and manufacture over a coat of priming, complete in all respects.

4341 Making tree guard 53 cm dia. and 1.3 m high as per design from empty coal tar drums supplied free by the department including providing and fixing 2 nos. M.S. sheet rings 50 x 0.5 mm with rivets complete in all respects including painting inside and outside of tree guard with :

(a) coat of coal tar.

(b) Two or more coats of synthetic enamel paint of approved quality shade over a priming coat

Unit Rate Remarks

each 164.00 each 20.00 each 705.00 each 1962.00 each 301.00 each 301.00

4342 Making tree guard 53 cm dia. and 2 m high as per design from empty coal tar drums supplied free by the department including providing and fixing four legs 40 cm long of

30 x 3 mm M.S. flat riveted to tree guard and providing and fixing 2 nos. M.S. sheet rings 50 x 0.5 mm with rivets complete in all respects including painting inside and outside of tree guard with :

(a) coat of coal tar. each 385.00

403

Item No. Item

Unit Rate Remarks

(b) Two or more coats of synthetic enamel paint of approved quality and shade over a priming coat. each 568.00

4343 Edging with bricks laid dry length wise including excavation, refilling, consolidating with hand packing and spreading neatly surplus earth within a lead of 50 m meter 16.00

4344 Filling mixture of earth and sludge or manure in the desired proportion in trenches, flooding with water and levelling

(cost of supplying earth and sludge or manure and mixing excluded). cum 43.00

4345 Excavation in dumped stones or malba including stacking of serviceable and unserviceable material separately and disposal of unserviceable material lead upto

50 m and lift upto 1.5 m disposed material to be neatly dressed cum 92.00 cum 105.00

4346 Excavation in bajri path including stacking of serviceable and unserviceable material lead upto 50 m and lift upto 1.5 m disposed material to be neatly dressed cum 131.00

4347 Excavation in water bound macadam road including stacking the serviceable and unserviceable material separately and disposal of unserviceable material lead upto

50 m and lift upto 1.5 m disposed material to be neatly dressed

4348 Flooding the ground with water including making kiaries and dismantling the same

100 sqm

66.00

4349 Providing and fixing 12mm thick Prelaminated particle board flat pressed three layer or graded wood particle board conforming to IS: 12823 Grade I Type II, in panelling fixed in aluminium doors, windows shutters and partition frames with C.P. brass/ stainless steel screws etc. complete. sqm 795.00

(a) With decorative lamination on one side and balancing lamination on other side

404

Item No. Item

Unit Rate Remarks

4350 Providing and fixing 12mm thick Prelaminated particle board flat pressed three layer or graded wood particle board conforming to IS: 12823 Grade I Type II, in panelling fixed in aluminium doors, windows shutters and partition frames with C.P. brass/ stainless steel screws etc. complete.

(a) With decorative lamination on Both side sqm 906.00

4351 Providing and fixing glazing in aluminium door, window, ventilator shutters and partitions etc. with PVC/ neoprene gasket tc.complete. (Cost of aluminium snap beading shall be paid in basic item):

(a)

(a)

With float glass panes of 4 mm thickness

50 mm diameter pipes. sqm 596.00

(b) With float glass panes of 5.5 mm thickness sqm 702.00

4352 Finishing with epoxy paint (two or more coats) at all locations prepared and applied as per manufacturer's specifications including priming coat with epoxy primer, preparation of surface, etc. complete. sqm 106.00

4353 Painting with aluminium paint on new work

(two or more coats) on rain water, soil waste, vent pipes and fittings over and including a priming coatof red oxide zinc chromate primer:

Metre 11.00

(b) 75 mm diameter pipes.

Metre 15.00

(c) 100 mm diameter pipes

Metre 20.00

(d) 150 mm diameter pipes

Metre 30.00

4354 Painting with black anticorrosive bitumastic paint on old work (one or more coats) on rain water, soil waste, vent pipes and fittings:

(a) 50 mm diameter pipes.

Metre 3.00

(b) 75 mm diameter pipes.

Metre 5.00

(c) 100 mm diameter pipes

Metre 6.00

(d) 150 mm diameter pipes

Metre 9.00

Sqm 8.00

4355 Coal tarring two coats on new work using

0.16 and 0.12 litre coal tar per sqm in the first and second coat respectively.

Sqm 15.00

4356 Applying priming coat on steel work with red oxide primer

405

Item No. Item

Unit Rate Remarks

4357 Painting on new work (two or more coats) to give an even shade with:

(a) Satin synthetic enamel paint

4358 Painting on new work (two or more coats) to give an even shade with

(a) Aluminium paint

Sqm 59.00

Sqm 44.00

Sqm 47.00

4359 Painting on new work (two or more coats) to give an even shade with

(a) Acid proof paint

4360 Painting on new work (two or more coats) to give an even shade with

(a) Black anti-corrosive bitumastic paint

Sqm 28.00

4361 Floor painting with superior quality enamel paint to give an even shade.

(a) On new work (two or more coats)

Sqm 47.00

4362 Providing and laying french sprit polish on new wood work after preparing the surface by rubbibing down smooth with sand papers, covering the knots, if visible, applying a coat of wood filler, cleaning the surface, applying 50 or more coats of french spirit polish till the surface gives high gloss. sqm 91.00

4363 Flooring polishing with superior quality wax polish of approved brand and manufacture sqm 23.00

4364 Lettering with black Japan paint, per cm height.

Per cm height

0.50 sqm 16.00

4365 Applying one coat of cement primer on wall surface sqm 42.00

4366 Providing and applying 2mm thick ready mix exterior grade putty (Birla wall care,

Alltek Superfine W/R of (NCL), J.K. wall putty) on walls to make the surface smooth and even. sqm 234.00

4367 Providing and laying 27 mm thick washed stone grit plaster on exterior walls of height upto 10m above ground level in two layers, under layer 15mm thick plaster in cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4 fine sand) furrowing the under layer with scratching tool, applying cement slurry on the under layer @ 2 Kg of cement per sqm, top layer

12mm thick cement concrete 1:1 (1

406

Item No. Item

Cement: 1 Marble stone chips by weight

10mm nominal size) in panels with groove

(size 1cm. x1cm) all around as per approved pattern including scrubbing and washing the top layer with brushes and water to expose the stone chippings complete (Payment for providing grooves shall be made separately).

Unit Rate Remarks

4368 Providing and laying brush concrete flooring of 12mm thick cement concrete (1 cement

:2 black metal, 6mm size) mixed with granite pigment of approved quality in a ratio of 2.08 kg/sq meter are laid over & including a base of 40mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 (1 cement : 2 coarse sand :

4 graded stone aggregate 20mm size) with

12.50 mm size graded B.T metal mechanically mixed including neat cement finish over granite with red colour pigment including glass strip of size 45x3 mm including glass strip of size 45x3 mm including cost of all material & labor etc. complete. sqm 250.00

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