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CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
Na
avi Mu
umbai Munic
M cipal Coorporaation
C.B.D
D., Nav
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mbai – 400 614
TENDE
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Reten
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ELEC/ JC
CE/ 30 /2015-2016
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Namee of the Work:
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VAC Sysstem at Auditorrium on Plot No
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Navi Mumbaai.
Sr. No.
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24/11/2015
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09/12/2015
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Tenderr Price Rs. 10,000/- (Non – Refundablee)
Jointt City En
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Navi Mumbai Municiipal Corp
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Offfice Buildding, Bellapur, Naavi Mum
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Name of the Work: - Supply, Installation, Testing & Commissioning
of HVAC System at Auditorium on Plot No. 37 at Sector 5, Airoli,
Navi Mumbai.
Retender Notice No. :- NMMC/ ELEC/ JCE/ 30 /2015-2016
INDEX
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Details
Tender Notice
Schedule A
Detailed Tender Notice
General Condition of Contract
Special Condition of Contract
Detail Specification
Schedule – B
Drawings
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NAVI MUMBAI MUNICIPAL CORPORATION
HEAD OFFICE BUILDING, BELAPUR, NAVI MUMBAI
SCHEDULE ‘A’
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Name of the Work: - Supply, Installation, Testing & Commissioning
of HVAC System at Auditorium on Plot No. 37 at Sector 5, Airoli,
Navi Mumbai.
Retender Notice No. :- NMMC/ ELEC/ JCE/ 30 /2015-2016
SCHEDULE ‘A’
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Signature of Tenderer
Name of Tender
Supply, Installation, Testing & Commissioning of HVAC System
at Auditorium on Plot No. 37 at Sector 5, Airoli, Navi Mumbai.
Estimated cost of work
Rs 3,54,12,049 /Persons Responsible
Shri Pravin H. Gade, Executive Engineer (Electrical) (9920062126)
Shri Tanaji K. Shinde, Deputy Engineer (Electrical) (9987333589)
Shri Sandip Thakur, Junior Engineer(Electrical) (9004100999)
Architect/ Consultant
THE FIRM
The Commodity Exchange Building,
Ground Floor, Plot No. 2,3 & 4,
Sector - 19A, Vashi, Navi Mumbai - 400 705.
Te: 022 – 27832129/ 30/ 31
E- Tender selling &
From 24/11/2015 from 10.00 A.M. onwards to 05/12/2015 Upto
Uploading Period
13.00 P.M. during working hours downloaded from official web
site (www.nmmc.maharashtra.etenders.in / www.nmmconline.com)
of Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation.
Cost of each Tender
Rs. 10,000/- to be paid by Net Banking/ any banks credit or debit
form
card.
Earnest Money
Rs 1,77,100/- to be paid by Net Banking/any banks credit or debit
card/ Bank Guarantee.
Pre-bid meeting shall be held on 02/12/2015 at 15.00 Hrs. at Head Office Building, Belapur,
Navi Mumbai in the Conference of Joint City Engineer (N.M.M.C.).
E- Tender submission 05/12/2015 from 15.00 P.M. onwards to 08/12/2015 Up to 15.00 P.
Period
M.
E- Tender Opening
09/12/2015 Upto 16.00 Hours (If possible)
Eligibility Criteria
Registration
The contractor shall have carried out similar works for any
Government, Semi Government, ULB, Public Building or
Assembly use Buildings.
Copy of the relevant certificate should be uploaded.
Turnover
Average annual financial turnover during the last 3 Years, ending
31st March of the previous financial year should be at least 30% of
the estimated cost.
Audited Financial statements for previous (Y-1), (Y-2), (Y-3) year
should be uploaded.
Experience
Experience of having successfully completed similar works during
last 7 years ending last day of month previous to the one in which
applications are invited should be either of the following.
a) Three similar completed works costing not less than the
amount equal to 40% of the estimated cost.
Or
b) Two similar completed works costing not less than the
amount equal to 50% of the estimated cost.
Or
c) One similar completed work costing not less than the
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amount equal to 80% of the estimated cost.
Completion certificate should be uploaded
d
Qualified Persons
e
Joint Venture
f
Documents to be
uploaded/attached
The contractor shall have following Engineers dedicated for
this job at all times at site.
Two Mechanical Engineers having minimum experience of 7years
in Air-conditioning Works and setting & commissioning chiller
plants.
Joint Venture/consortium are allowed. The contractor shall have
carried out similar works for any government, semi government,
ULB, Public Building or assembly use Buildings.
1) Registration with CIDCO/ PWD/ CPWD is exempted.
Experience Certificates of similar works successfully completed
for any Government, Semi Government, ULB, Public Building
or Assembly use Buildings during last 7 years.
2) Power of Attorney for signing tender document, if applicable
3) Copy of partnership deed, if applicable
4) Bank Solvency (equivalent to 20% of estimated cost)
5) VAT Registration certificate
6) NMMC LBT Registration certificate
7) Undertaking of Tenderer on Rs. 100 stamp as per annexure – 2
8) Firm Details in Annexure-3
9) PAN Card Copy/Income Tax Number
10) Service Tax/ Works Contract Tax certificate copy
11) Company or Firm Registration Certificate (Shop Act/
Incorporation Certificates)
12) Works Experience certificate
13) Technical Staff detailed list as per Annexure-8
14) CA certified Last 3 years turnover certificate
15) Affidavit on Rs.100 stamp paper as per Annexure-9
16) List of plant and machinery as per Annexure-7
17) List of Work in hand as per Annexure-6
(All bidders are required to submit original Undertaking &
Affidavit with all other uploaded documents for submission of bid
and original bank guarantee towards EMD (if uploaded) up to
09/04/2015 within working hours in the office of Executive
Engineer (electrical) Zone – 2, 2nd Floor, Navi Mumbai Municipal
Corporation, Plot No. 01 & 1A, Sector – 15, CBD Belapur, Navi
Mumbai. The failure r omission to submit the original documents
as said above shall disqualify the bidder for this bid and also debar
the agency for issue of bids for further one year.)
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Validity period
The offer of the Contractor shall remain valid for 120 days from the
date of opening of tender.
Initial Security Deposit 3% of the Contract sum in form of DD/ FDR/ BG/ Cash.
Further Security Deposit, to be deducted from Running Bills 2 % of the Contract Sum
Completion Period
6Months
1) Contract as a Whole :-Period of Completion:- 6Months (including monsoon)
2) Part or Groups of Items
i) As a whole work :- 6Months (including monsoon)
ii) As per approved bar chart
Percentage to be charges as supervision charges for the work got executed through other
means 24.50 Percent
Defect liability Period
1year from the date of completion
Others
1. General Conditions of Contract
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2. Price Variation Clause
3. Special Conditions of Contract
4. Technical Specifications
Type of Contract
Capital work
The agency will have to furnish an additional deposit equal to the percentage quoted by it
below 15% along with, the security deposit to be paid for the work, in case the agency
qualifies for the work, i.e. in case the agency quotes 20% below the cost put to tender, it will
have to furnish an additional deposit of 20-15 = 5% with the designated security deposit
amount. Besides this, the agency will have to submit detailed rate analysis for each and every
item in case it quotes below 10% cost put to tender.
As per the construction labour welfare Cess Act 1996, a Cess of 1% of contract value towards
the welfare of construction labour will be deducted from the bills.
No. of Corrections
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NAVI MUMBAI MUNICIPAL CORPORATION
HEAD OFFICE BUILDING, BELAPUR, NAVI MUMBAI
DETAILED TENDER NOTICE
Retender Notice No. :- NMMC/ ELEC/ JCE/ 30 /2015-2016
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DETAILED TENDER NOTICE
1.0
NOTICE INVITING TENDERS
Online tenders are invited by and on behalf of Commissioner, Navi Mumbai Municipal
Corporation (NMMC) from eligible Tenderers for the proposed work specified in the
Schedule ‘A’.
2.0
2.1
ISSUE OF TENDER
For work of Estimate amount less than Rs. 3 lakhs, Tender copy will be made available
at E-tendering cell, Ground Floor, NMMC Head Office, Govardhani Chowk, Plot No.1,
Sector-15A, CBD, Belapur from date of publish of Tender Notice or Contractor may buy
tender book from E- tendering website www.nmmc.maharashtra.etenders.in or
www.nmmconline.com.
2.2
For work of tender amount Rs. 3 lakhs & above, tender book will be issued online only
though
E-tendering
Website
www.nmmc.maharashtra.etenders.in
or
www.nmmconline.com
2.3
For work of tender amount Rs. 3 lakhs & above Price of Blank Tender form must be paid
by Net Banking/any bank credit or debit card.
2.4
The Tender Document is non-transferable. Only the Tenderer who has purchased the
tender form shall be entitled to bid in the Tender.
3.0
LANGUAGE OF TENDER / CONTRACT
The language of the Tender shall be in English / Marathi and all correspondence,
drawings etc. shall conform to the English/ Marathi language.
4.0
CLARIFICATIONS BY TENDERER AND PRE-TENDER CONFERENCE:
4.1
A Pre-Tender conference of all intending Tenders will be held at the scheduled date and
time indicated in Tender-Notice/ schedule A. Intending Tenderers will be allowed to seek
clarification and suggest suitable modifications in specifications, Conditions of Contract,
etc. The Corporation will communicate such changes that are accepted by it, to all the
intending Tenderers who have purchased the Tender Document from the Corporation.
Only such changes that are so communicated shall be binding on the Corporation and all
the Tenderers.
4.2
The Tenderer should get its doubts cleared during pre-bid meeting only, if provided in the
Tender. In case no pre-bid meeting is to be held, the Tenderer should seek clarification of
any doubt in writing seven (7) days before the last date for receipt of Tenders.
5.0
5.1
VALIDITY OF BIDS
The Tenders will be valid for a period of 120 days from the date of its opening.
6.0
EARNEST MONEY
6.1
The Tenderer shall deposit the amounts indicated in the Tender Notice as Earnest Money
Deposit (EMD)., In case of tender 3 lakh and above the Earnest Money shall be deposited
in the form of Net Banking/any banks credit or debit card/ Bank Guarantee. For tender
below 3 lakh, Earnest Money shall be deposited in the form of a fixed deposit with the
Corporation or a bank guarantee as per format indicated in Annexure 1. The failure to
deposit the Earnest Money shall disqualify the Tender and the Corporation shall exclude
from its consideration such disqualified Tender(s). No interest shall be payable by the
Corporation in respect of such deposited Earnest Money.
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The tenderer should refer user’s guide while depositing EMD though the e-tendering
website www.nmmc.maharashtra.etenders.in
6.2
If the Corporation accepts the Tender, the Earnest Money shall be appropriated towards
Security Deposit payable by the Tenderer in accordance with the Conditions of Contract.
Alternatively on payment of the required amount of the Security Deposit and the
execution of the Contract Agreement, the Earnest Money shall be returned to the
Tenderer.
7.0
7.1
FORFEITURE OF EMD
The Tenderer shall not revoke his Tender or vary its terms and conditions without the
consent of the Corporation during the validity period of Tender, failing which the Earnest
Money deposited by it shall stand forfeited to the Corporation without prejudice to its
other rights and remedies and the Tenderer shall be disentitled to submit a Tender to the
Corporation for execution of any work during the next twenty-four (24) months effective
from the date of such revocation.
7.2
If the successful Tenderer does not pay the Security Deposit in the prescribed time limit
or fails to sign the agreement bond, The Earnest Money Deposit will be forfeited by the
Corporation.
8.0
8.1
REFUND OF EARNEST MONEY
The Earnest Money of unsuccessful Tenderers shall be refunded after the successful
Tenderer furnishes the required Initial Security Deposit to the Corporation and signs the
Contract Agreement or within thirty (30) days of the expiry of validity period of Tenders,
whichever is earlier.
9.0
9.1
COST OF TENDER
The Tenderer shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission of its
Tender. Price of Blank Tender form must be paid by Net Banking /any banks credit or
debit card.
9.2
Tender Service Charges: The Tenderer shall bear all costs associated with tender
services. The tender service is provided by M/s. SIFY Technologies ltd.-Nextenders India
Pvt. Ltd. As per Govt. Rule No. DIT/file-2012/C.No. 273/39 dt. 19th January, 2013.
Tenderer has to pay Rs. 882 + Taxes as tender service charges directly to the service
providers. The Corporation shall in no case be responsible or liable for these costs,
regardless of the conduct or the outcome of the Tendering Process
10.0
ELIGIBLE TENDERERS:
10.1
Only those Tenderers who fulfill the eligibility criteria as mentioned in Schedule A of the
Tender are eligible to submit their Tenders for this work. The documents indicated
against each of the eligibility criteria shall be required to be submitted along with the
technical bid to establish the eligibility of the Tenderer.
10.2
The Corporation shall usually hold a Tenderer eligible for the Tender subject to the
condition that the price tendered by him together with the value of outstanding work/
contracts under execution by him for the Corporation or any other employer shall not be
more than four times the value of average annual turnover of works / contracts executed
during the preceding three financial years ending 31st March.
11.0
SPARE CAPACITY OF WORK FOR TENDERING:
The tenderer shall be eligible to submit the tender to the N.M.M.C. subject to the
essential conditions that the price tendered by him together with the value of outstanding
works under execution by him for the N.M.M.C. or any other employer shall not be more
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than four times the value of the average annual turnover of works excluded during the
preceding three financial years ending 31st March.
12.0
RELATION SHIP WITH CORPORATOR(S)
Tenderer shall not be associated presently or in the past with any of the office bearer or
Corporator of the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation or Member of N.M.M.C. either
directly or indirectly as specified in section 10(f), (g) of BPMC Act. 1949. The Tenderer
shall furnish an Affidavit on a Non-Judicial stamp paper of Rs.10/- If any information so
furnished shall be found to be untrue or false, the tender shall be liable to be disqualified
and the Earnest Money accompanying such tender shall stand forfeited to the N.M.M.C.
If the information so furnished shall be found to be untrue or false during the currency of
the contract the Tenderer shall be held to be in-default and the contract if any awarded to
him shall be liable to be terminated with its consequences.
13.0
TIME OF COMPLETION
The period of completion of Works is enumerated under Schedule ‘A’. The time of
completion shall commence from the date of placing the Work Order or date of handing
over the site whichever is earlier. The completion period is for all items of Work in all
parts of Tender Documents and all such items required for the completion of the work
including extra and excess items.
The Tenderer shall submit his Bar Chart and Construction Methodology so as to
complete the work in all respects in the period of completion specified in the Tender
Notice. The project planning shall be submitted in PRIMAVERA format/ Microsoft
Projects.
14.0
SCHEDULE OF RATES AND QUANTITIES
14.1
The tender has been drafted on the basis of pre-priced schedule of rates and quantities for
different types of items.
14.2
All the tender items are priced as mentioned in Schedule ‘B’
14.3
The contractors are expected to work out their own rates based on the detailed description
of Schedule ‘B’ items, the specifications, drawings & conditions and finally arrive at the
cost of work in appropriate places. The contractor shall insert percentage cost over or
below the N.M.M.C. ’s cost to arrive at the contract value for the work in Schedule ‘B’.
14.4
In case of lump sum contract, the Tenderer should insert his Lump Sum cost as contract
value for the work in Schedule ‘B’.
15.0
INSPECTION OF SITE AND SUFFICIENCY OF TENDER
15.1
The Tenderer is expected to work out their own rates based on the detailed description of
items, the specifications, drawings and conditions and finally arrive at the cost of the
Work/Service in the appropriate place. The Tenderer shall be deemed to have satisfied
itself before tendering as to correctness and sufficiency of its Tender. The rates and prices
quoted shall, except as otherwise provided, cover all its obligations under the contract
and all matters and things necessary for proper completion and maintenance of the
Works/Services.
15.2
Where necessary, before submitting its Commercial Bid the Tenderer should inspect and
examine the site and its surroundings and shall satisfy itself about form and nature of the
Site, the quantities and nature of the Work/Service and materials necessary for the
completion of the Works/Services, means of access to the site, the accommodation it may
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CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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require, and in general, obtain all necessary information as to risk, contingencies and
other circumstances which may influence or affect its Tender.
15.3
No extra charges consequent on any misunderstanding or otherwise shall be allowed.
16.0
MANNER OF SUBMISSION OF TENDER
16.1
Tenders estimated cost below Rs. 3 lakhs will be submitted in the Tender box kept at ETender cell, NMMC Head Office, ground floor, Plot No. 1, Govardhani Chowk, sec.
15A, CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai 400 614.
16.2
Telex, cable or facsimile offers will be rejected.
16.3
The tenders estimated cost Rs. 3 lakhs & above shall be submitted online on
www.nmmc.maharashtra.etenders.in
17.0
LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION
17.1
Sealed Tenders shall be received at the address specified above not later than the time
and date specified in Schedule ‘A’ of the Tender.
17.2
In the event of the specified date for the submission of Tender offers being declared a
holiday, the offers will be received up to the appointed time on next working day.
17.3
The N.M.M.C. may, at its discretion, extend this deadline for submission of offers by
amending the Tender Documents, in which case all rights and obligations of the
N.M.M.C. and Tenderer will thereafter be subject to the deadline as extended.
17.4
Any Tender received by the N.M.M.C. after the deadline for submission of Tender
prescribed by the N.M.M.C., pursuant to the clause above, will be rejected and / or
returned unopened to the Tenderer.
18.0
MODIFICATION AND WITHDRAWAL OF OFFERS
The Tenderer may modify or withdraw his Tender after its submission, provided that
written notice of the modification or withdrawal is received by the N.M.M.C. prior to
the closing date and time prescribed for submission of Tender. No Tender can be
modified by the Tenderer, subsequent to the closing date and time for submission of
Tender.
19.0
CONTENTS
19.1
Tenders are invited in two-envelope system. Both the envelopes shall be placed in
another envelope which shall be sealed and submitted super scribing the name of Work &
C.A. No. mentioned in the Tender Notice.
19.2
Full name and address of the Tenderer shall be written in the bottom left corner of each
envelope.
19.3
The envelopes shall contain the following :
Envelope No.-1.
This should contain all the documents mentioned below. This Envelope may contain
other documents also such as special conditions of tenders, Technical bids, drawings, etc
as mentioned in the Tender’s Schedule- A.
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
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i) This should contain all the documents mentioned as below from ‘a’ to ‘o’. This
envelope may contain other documents also such as Technical bids, drawings, any
other as mentioned in the Tender notice.
a) List of all the documents enclosed in the envelope.
b) The scan copy of Tender form fee receipt or Demand draft/Pay Order (where it is
downloaded from the official website).
c) Undertaking in Annexure 2 duly signed by a person holding valid power of attorney
d) Power of Attorney of authorized person to sign the Tender Document (clause20e)
e) For tender less than 3 Lakh, EMD in the form of Demand draft/ Pay Order/ Bank
Guarantee (as per clause 6.0 above) & for tender above than 3 Lakhs, EMD in the
form of Net Banking/any banks credit or debit card/ Bank Guarantee.
f) Attested copy of the valid registration certificate (as requested by the eligibility
condition at Annexure ‘A’.
g) Up-to-date valid Clearance Certificates for Income Tax, Sales Tax, VAT, NMMC
LBT registration/NOC, Service Tax.
h) Details of Company / firms in annexure - 3.
i) The tenderer shall furnish a statement showing the type and magnitude of work done
in the last 3 years as per Annexure -4.
j) List of work in Hand as on the date of submission of this tender in annexure -5
k) List of work tendered as on the date of submission of this tender in annexure-6
l) List of relevant plant & machinery in annexure -7.
m) Details of Technical personnel available with the contractor in annexure -8.
n) Affidavit on a Non-Judicial Stamp paper of Rs. 100/- (annexure 9)
o) Bank Solvency from Nationalized / Scheduled Bank
Envelope No.-2
(Financial Tender) - This envelope shall contain the complete set of Tender document
along with the corrigendum, addendum if any issued duly filled in and initialed on each
page and signed by the tenderer(s) at prescribed places of the Tender Documents
including signature of witness (Unconditional). The financial bid in Schedule – B should
be written both in figure & words at appropriate places.
Covering Envelope
Both the envelopes 1 & 2 shall be put together in common sealed envelope subscribing
on it, name of Work, Tender Notice NO., C.A. No., Name and address of the Tenderer.
20.0
Signature of Tenderer
IMPORTANT POINTS TO BE NOTED BY THE TENDERER
a) On receipt of blank Tender form the Tenderer should ensure that no corrections or
over writings or erasures are left to be attested by the competent authority of the
N.M.M.C.
b) The Financial Tender shall be inclusive of all taxes, Octroi, Local taxes, etc. complete
as applicable and shall be borne by the Tenderer for the Work and claim for extra
payment on any such account shall not be entertained.
Any change that will be made in the Tender paper by the competent authority after
issue of the Tender will be intimated to the Tenderer in the form of Corrigendum/
Addendum for incorporating the same in the Tender before submitting the Tender.
c) Price – bid should be written both in words and figures, at appropriate places.
d) No alterations and additions anywhere in the Tender Document are permitted. If any
of these are found, the Tender may be summarily rejected.
The tenderer should get his doubts cleared during the pre-bid meeting only if
provided in the tender. In case no pre-bid meeting is to be held the tenderer should
seek clarification on any doubt in writing 7 days before the last date for receipt of
Tenders.
e) In case of firm, each partner or power of attorney holder shall sign the Tender and the
signatures shall be attested as witness by a reputed person in the space provided for
the purpose. The attested copies of power of attorney of person signing the Tender
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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f)
g)
h)
i)
21.0
21.1
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shall be enclosed with the Tender. The power of attorney shall be signed by all
partners. In case of private limited/public limited companies, the power of attorney
shall be supported by Board resolutions and appropriate and adequate evidence in
support of the same shall be provided.
All pages and pasted slips should be signed by the Tenderer and corrections, if any
must be signed.
No page shall be added or removed from the set of Tender Document.
Tenderer shall be deemed to have studied the scope of Works / Items / Quantities /
Rates, all plans, specifications, terms and conditions, shall inspect and examine the
site and its surrounding and shall satisfy himself before submitting his Tender as to
the nature of the ground and subsoil (so far as is practicable), the form and nature of
the site, nature of the Work and materials necessary for the completion of the Works
and means of access to the site, the accommodation he may require and in general
shall himself obtain all necessary information as to risk, contingencies, obligations
under the Contract and all matter and things necessary for proper completion and
maintenance of the Works. No extra charges consequent on any misunderstanding or
otherwise shall be allowed. A declaration and an undertaking to this effect should be
signed by the Tenderer in the form attached at Annexure-15
The Tenderer shall submit the Tender which satisfies each and every condition laid
down in this Tender notice, failing which the Tender will be liable to be rejected.
Conditional Tenders will be rejected.
CORRUPT OR FRAUDULENT PRACTICES
The N.M.M.C. requires that the Tenderers under this Tender observe the highest
standards of ethics during the procurement and execution of such contracts. In pursuance
of this policy, the N.M.M.C. defines for the purposes of this provision, the terms set forth
as follows:
a) “Corrupt practice” means the offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of anything of
value to influence the action of the public official in the procurement process or in
contract execution; and
b) “Fraudulent practice” means a misrepresentation of facts in order to influence a
procurement process or an execution of a contract to the detriment of the N.M.M.C.,
and includes collusive practice among Tenderers (prior to or after Tender submission)
designed to establish Tender prices at artificial non-competitive levels and to deprive
the N.M.M.C. of the benefits of free and open competition
21.2
The N.M.M.C. will reject a proposal for award if it determines that the Tenderer
recommended for award has engaged in corrupt or fraudulent practices in competing for
the contract in question; The N.M.M.C. will deem a firm ineligible, either indefinitely or
for a stated period of time, to be awarded a contract if it at any time determines that the
firm has engaged in corrupt and fraudulent practices in competing for, or in executing, a
contract.
22.0
MANNER OF OPENING OF TENDER
For the work, amounting less than Rs. 3 lakhs, the Tender received before the time and
date specified in the Tender Notice will be opened as per the specified program in the
office manually as mentioned in the Tender Notice (If Possible). The tenders will be
opened in the presence of Tenderers or their authorized representatives who choose to
remain present.
The envelop no. 1 will be opened first and eligibility of each bidder will be scrutinized.
Those bidder found to be eligible as per criteria given in chapter 4 will be conveyed for
opening of financial bid i.e. envelop no.2.
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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For the Work of Rs. 3 lakhs & above, tender will be open online in the presence of
Higher Authority of Tender Committee and E-tendering Administrator.
23.0
PROCESS TO BE CONFIDENTIAL
Information relating to the examination, clarification, evaluation and comparison of
Tenders and the award of a Contract shall not be disclosed to Tenderers or any other
person not officially concerned with such process until the award to the successful
Tenderer has been announced.
24.0
PRELIMINARY SCRUTINY
The N.M.M.C. will scrutinize the offers to determine whether they are complete, whether
any errors have been made, whether required technical documentation have been
furnished, whether the documents have been properly signed, and whether the offers are
generally in order. Prior to detailed evaluation the N.M.M.C. will determine the
substantial responsiveness of each offer to the Tender Documents. For purposes of these
Clauses, a substantially responsive Tender is one that confirms to all the terms and
conditions of the Tender Documents without material deviations. The N.M.M.C.
determination of Tenderer’s responsiveness is to be based on the contents of the Tender
offer itself without recourse to extrinsic evidence.
A Tender determined as not substantially responsive will be rejected by the N.M.M.C.
and may not subsequently be made responsive by the Tenderer by correction of the nonconformity.
The N.M.M.C. may waive any minor infirmity or irregularity in a Tender, which does not
constitute a material deviation. This shall be binding on all Tenderers and the N.M.M.C.
reserves the right of such waivers.
25.0
CLARIFICATION OF OFFERS
To assist in the scrutiny, evaluation and comparison of Tenders, the N.M.M.C. may, at
its discretion, ask some or all Tenderers for technical clarification of their Tender. The
request for such clarifications and the response shall be in writing. To speed up the
Tender process, the N.M.M.C., at its discretion, may ask for any technical clarification to
be submitted by means of facsimile by the Tenderer. In such cases, original copy of the
document describing the technical clarifications must be sent to the N.M.M.C. by means
of courier / in person
26.0
REJECTION OF TENDERS
The Tenders are liable to be rejected if the Tenderer:
Does not submit the price of the tender in the form of original cash receipt/ DD/ pay
order.
 Does not submit EMD.
 Does not submit undertaking on Rs. 100/- stamp paper. (Annexure - 2)
 Does not disclose the full names and address of all his partners in case of a
Partnership Concern;
 Does not submit the information as called for in Annexure – (3 to 8)
 Does not submit affidavit on Rs. 100/- Stamp Paper. (Annexure - 9)
 Fails to initial corrections;
 Fails to fill completely all the proforma provided in the Tender including proforma of
Submission of Tender and percentages and amount columns in Schedule – ‘B’.
 Tries to contact the N.M.M.C. on any matter relating to its Tender, or tries to
influence the N.M.M.C. in its decision on Tender evaluation, Tender comparison or
Contract award from the time of the Tender opening to the time of contract is
awarded.
 Stipulates any condition in the Tender;
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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
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Stipulates the validity period less than what is stated in the form of Tender;
Does not quote rates inclusive of all taxes, octroi local taxes.
Does not sign every page of Tender with seal of company / firm;
Does not submit document for eligibility criteria mention in Schedule A.
27.0
SHORT – LISTING OF TENDERERS
The N.M.M.C. shall notify the date of opening of the commercial bid to all the
Tenderers. On such notified date Envelope No. 2 of all the Tenderers which fulfill the
criteria as mentioned in Para 17 above will be opened on the notified date and the amount
quoted in the tender document shall then be read out.
28.0
OPENING OF COMMERCIAL OFFICE
The N.M.M.C. shall notify the date of opening of the commercial bids to all the
tenderers. On such notified date the envelope no. 2 will be opened and the rates in
schedule B or percentage above / below the estimate shall then be read out.
29.0
ACCEPTANCE OF TENDER
29.2
Acceptance of Tender on behalf of the N.M.M.C. shall be done by an officer(s) to whom
the powers are delegated by the Joint City Engineer.
29.3
The N.M.M.C. is not bound to accept the lowest or any Tender. The N.M.M.C. reserves
the right to reject any or all Tenders received without assigning any reason whatsoever.
29.4
The right to split up the work in two or more parts is reserved by the N.M.M.C. and also
the right to award the work to more than one agency is reserved by the N.M.M.C.
30.0
INTIMATION TO SUCESSFUL TENDERER
The acceptance of Tender may be communicated to the successful Tenderer in writing or
otherwise either by the Tender opening Authority or any Authority in the N.M.M.C.
31.0
SECURITY DEPOSIT / PERFORMANCE SECURITY
31.1
Successful Tenderer shall pay a Security Deposit equal to the Amount indicated in the
Schedule A of the Detailed Tender Notice as security for due fulfillment of the contract,
within seven (7) days after receipt of intimation in writing of acceptance of Tender.
31.2
The mode of making this deposit is as under.
a) Initial Security Deposit: A sum, which along with the Earnest Money as mentioned in
schedule ‘A’ the sum shall be paid within 15 days after receipt of intimation in the
writing of acceptance of Tender.
It is optional to the Tenderer to make the initial Security Deposit in any one of the
following ways:
i. wholly in cash; or
ii. wholly in form of National Saving Certificate pledged in favour of the N.M.M.C.
or bank guarantees/fixed deposit from Nationalized/Scheduled Banks in the
enclosed format or
iii. Partly in cash and partly in form of National Saving Certificate pledged in favour
of the N.M.M.C. or Bank guarantees/fixed deposit from Nationalized/ Scheduled
Banks in the enclosed format.
b) Retention Money:The remaining amount of the Security Deposit (if applicable as per Schedule A) shall
be recovered from the Tenderer’s running bills at the rate of five (5) percent and such
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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retention together with the Initial Security Deposit made as aforesaid shall not exceed
the total amount of security deposit maintained as per the clause 26.1 after which
such retention will cease.
c) All compensation or other sums of money payable by the Contractor under the terms
of the contract or any other account whatever, may be deducted from or paid by the
sale of a sufficient part of the Security Deposit/ retention money or from the interest
arising there from any sums which may be due to many become due to contractor by
the N.M.M.C. on any account whatsoever and in the event of his security deposit/
retention money being reduced by reason of any such deduction or sale aforesaid, the
contractor shall within 15 days of receipt of notice or demand from the Joint City
Engineer make good the deficit.
In the event of such deposit having been made by the Contractor by delivery of the
N.M.M.C. by the guarantee of the bankers of the contractor under any of the
provisions of the contract becoming subject to or liable for any penalty for causing
damages liquidated or unliquidated or of the said deposit becoming forfeited or any
breach or failure or determination of contract then and in such case the amount of any
such penalty or damage and the deposit so forfeited is not previously paid to the
Municipal Commissioner under and in terms of the said guarantee.
32.0
STAMP DUTY, LEGAL AND STATUTORY CHARGES
It shall be incumbent on the successful Tenderer to pay stamp duty for the Contract
agreement, as applicable on the date of the execution.
33.0
EXECUTION OF CONTRACT DOCUMENT
33.1
The successful Tenderer after furnishing Initial Security Deposit, is required to execute
an Agreement in duplicate in the form kept at Annexure-B of Volume-III of this Tender
Document on a stamp paper of proper value. The proper value at present is Rs.100/-. The
agreement should be signed within 15 days from the date of acceptance of the Tender.
The Contract will be governed by the Contract agreement, the General Conditions of the
Contract (G.C.C.), and the Special Conditions of the Contract and other documents as
specified in the C.O.C.
33.2
It shall be incumbent on the successful Tenderer to pay stamp duty for the Contract
Agreement, as applicable on the date of the execution.
34.0
LICENCES
The successful Tenderer should comply statutory instructions of contract labour & will
be required to produce to the satisfaction of the Joint City Engineer a valid contract
labour license issued in his favour under the provision of the Contract Labour
(Regulation and Abolition) ACT 1970, before starting the Work. On failure to do so, the
acceptance of the Tender is liable to be withdrawn and also the Earnest Money is liable to
be forfeited.
35.0
RIGHTS OF THE N.M.M.C.
35.1
The N.M.M.C. reserves the right to suitably increase/ reduce the scope of work put to this
Tender. In case of a Rate Contract, the N.M.M.C. does not in any way guarantee the
quantity for which an order may be placed and the Tender quantity may only be treated
as indicative. The right to split up the Work in two or more parts is reserved by the
N.M.M.C. and also the right to award the Work to more than one agency is reserved by
the N.M.M.C.
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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35.2
In case of any ambiguity in the interpretation of any of the clauses in Tender Document
or the Contract Document, interpretation of the Clauses by the N.M.M.C. shall be final
and bindings on all Parties.
36.0
INTERPRETATION OF THE CLAUSES IN THE TENDER DOCUMENT /
CONTRACT DOCUMENT
In case of any ambiguity in the interpretation of any of the clauses in Tender Document
or the Contract Document, interpretation of the clauses by the N.M.M.C. shall be final
and binding on all parties.
37.0
NOTICE TO FORM PART OF CONTRACT
Notice of Tender and these instructions shall form part of the contract.
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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Annexure – 1
FORM OF BANK GUARANTEE BOND
1.
In consideration of the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (hereinafter called
‘NMMC’) having agreed to exempt _____________________________ (hereinafter
called “the said Operator / Contractor / Tenderer / Supplier (s)’) form
___________________________ for (hereinafter called “the said Agreement”) of
security deposit for the due fulfillment by the said Tenderer as per the terms and
conditions contained in the said Agreement, and on production of a Bank Guarantee for
Rs.___________ (rupees _____________________________ only). We, (indicate the
name of bank) __________________________________ (hereinafter referred to as ‘the
bank’) at the request of ______________________ the Operator / Contractor / Tenderer /
Supplier (s) do hereby undertake to pay the NMMC an amount not exceeding Rs.
___________________________________ against any loss or demand caused to or
suffered or would be caused to or suffered by the NMMC by reason of any breach by the
said Operator / Contractor / Tenderer / Supplier (s) of any of the terms or conditions
contained in the said agreement.
2.
We_________________________ do hereby undertakes to pay the (indicate the name of
the bank) amounts due and payable under the guarantee without any demur, merely on a
demand from the NMMC stating that the amount claimed is due by way of loss or
damage caused to or would be caused to or suffered by the NMMC by reason of breach
by the said Operator / Contractor / Tenderer / Supplier (s) of any of the terms or
conditions contained in the said Agreement or by reasons of the Operator / Contractor /
Tenderer / Supplier (s) failure to perform the said Agreement. Any such demand made
on the bank shall be conclusive as regards the amount due and payable by the Bank under
this guarantee. However, our liability under this guarantee shall be restricted to an
amount
not
exceeding
Rs.__________
(Rs.__________________________________________________________in words)
3.
We, undertake to pay to the NMMC any money so demanded not withstanding any
dispute or disputes raised by the Operator / Contractor / Tenderer / Supplier (s) in any
suit or proceeding pending before any Court or Tribunal relating thereto our liability
under this present being absolute and unequivocal. The payment so made by us under
this bond shall be a valid discharge of our liability for payment there under and the
Operator / Contractor / Tenderer / Supplier (s) shall have no claim against us for making
such payment.
4.
We, (indicate the name of Bank)
further
agree that the Guarantee herein contained shall remain in full force and effect during the
period that would be taken for the performance of the said Agreement and that it shall
continue to be enforceable till all the dues of the NMMC under or by virtue of the said
Agreement have been fully paid and its claims satisfied or discharged or till the
Municipal Commissioner of NMMC certifies that the terms and conditions of the said
Agreement have been fully and properly carried out by the said Operator / Contractor /
Tenderer / Supplier (s) and accordingly discharges this guarantee. Unless a demand or
claim under this guarantee is made on us in writing on or before the
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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………………………. we shall be discharged from all liability under this guarantee
thereafter.
5.
We, (indicate the name of Bank)
further
agree that the NMMC that NMMC shall have the fullest liberty without our consent and
without affecting in any manner our obligations hereunder to vary any of the terms and
conditions of the said Agreement or to extend time to performance by the said Operator /
Contractor / Tenderer / Supplier (s) from time to time or to postpone for any time or form
time to time any of the powers exercisable by the NMMC against the said Operator /
Contractor / Tenderer / Supplier (s) and to forbear or enforce any of the terms and
conditions relating to the said agreement and we shall not be relieved from our liability
by any such variation, or extension being granted to the said Operator / Contractor /
Tenderer / Supplier (s) or for any forbearance, act or commission on the part of the
NMMC or any indulgence by the NMMC to the said Operator / Contractor / Tenderer /
Supplier (s) or by any such matter or thing whatever which under the law relating to
sureties would but for this provision, have effect of so relieving us.
6.
This guarantee will not be discharged due to the change in the constitution of the Bank or
the Operator / Contractor / Tenderer / Supplier (s).
7.
We, (indicate the name of Bank)
lastly
undertake not to revoke this guarantee during its currency except with the previous
consent of the NMMC in writing.
Dated the ………………. day of ……………………….. 20
For …………………………………………………………..
(Indicate the name of Bank)
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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Annexure – 2
UNDERTAKING
(On a Rs. 100/- Stamp Paper)
This information/ documents submitted by us are true to our knowledge and if the information /
documents so furnished shall be found to be untrue or false, the Tender shall be liable to be
disqualified and our Earnest Money accompanying Tender will be forfeited.
Having examined the tender document including all the annexure, the receipt of which is hereby
duly acknowledge, we the undersigned, state that the specifications, etc. of this tender have been
carefully studied and understood by me / us before submitting this Tender
Also I / We are aware that if the information / documents found to be untrue or false during the
currency of contract, our contract is liable to be terminated.
........................................................... I / We hereby declare that I / We have made myself /
ourselves thoroughly conversant with the sub-soil conditions regarding all materials (Such as
stone, murum, sand etc.) and labour of which I / we have based my / our rates for this work. The
Specification, conditions bore result and lead of materials on this work have been carefully
studied and understood by me / us before submitting this Tender. I / we undertake to use only
best materials approved by the Joint City Engineer N.M.M.C. or his duly authorized assistant,
before starting the work and to abide by his decision.
A demand draft no. ___________________ dated __________ from the Nationalized /
Scheduled Bank at _____________ in respect of the sum of Rs. _________________ is herewith
forwarded representing the Earnest Money. I / We agree that the amount of Earnest Money shall
not bear interest and shall be liable to be forfeited to the N.M.M.C., should I / We Fail to (i)
Abide by the stipulation to keep the offer open for the period of 120 days from the date fixed for
opening the same and thereafter until. It is withdrawn by me / us by notice in writing duly
addressed to the authority opening the Tenders. (ii) Security Deposit as specified in Scheduled
‘A’ and within the time limit laid down in 24 of detailed tender Notice. The amount of earnest
money may be adjusted towards the security deposit or refunded to me / us if so desired by me /
us in writing unless the same or any part thereof has been forfeit as aforesaid.
Should this Tender be accepted I / we hereby agree to abide by and fulfil all the terms and
provisions of the conditions of contract annexed hereto so far as applicable and in default thereof
to forfeited and pay to N.M.M.C. the sum of money mentioned in the said conditions.
Demand Draft No. ................................................ Dated .................. from the Nationalized /
Scheduled Bank at............................................ In respect of the sum of Rs........................
herewith forwarded representing the Earnest money (a) the full value of which is to be absolutely
forfeited to N.M.M.C. should I / we not deposit the fill amount of security deposit specified in
the Detailed Tender Notice.
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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Tenderer .....................................................................
Address ......................................................................
.......................................................................
For ............................................
Tenderer ................................... day of ........................20
Signature of Tenderer
(Witness) ..........................................................................
Signature of Witness
Address ............................................................................
....................................................................................
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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Annexure –3
Details of Tenderers
1.
Name of Tenderer
2.
Address
3.
Telephone
4
Fax
5.
E – Mail
6.
Details of Proprietor/Partners/Directors
Name
7.
Address
Qualification and Experience
Financial Performance
Turnover
Profit
Copy of Audited
financial
statements
attached (Yes/No.)
Previous Financial year (Y-1)
2nd Previous Financial year (Y-2)
3rd Previous Financial year (Y-3)
8.
Registration Details
9.
Certification Details
10.
Details of Black List & Litigation (if any)
11.
Remarks
Details of Manufacturing unit. (Where Applicable)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Exact Location of Manufacturing facility
Products Produced
Manufacturing Capacity (Product –wise)
Details of ISO Certification obtained. (Copies to be
attached.)
Actual Production / sales of quoted items during last two
years
Brief Description of facilities for inspection, testing and
quality assurance.
Note: - The turnover amount should be certified and audited by CA of firm and separate sheet
should be enclosed
Signature of Authorized person
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
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Details of Works carried out by the Contractor (last 3 years) including magnitude.
Name of the Contractor:
Sr.
No.
Name of
Work
Type of
Work
1
2
3
Name of
Department
& Address
4
Cost of
Work
Date of
starting
5
6
Stipulated
Actual
Remarks
date of
date of
completion completion
7
8
9
Note: -The turnover amount should be certified and audited by CA of firm and separate sheet
should be enclosed
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
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Annexure – 5
List of Work in Hand as on the date of submission of this Tender
Sr.
No.
Name of
Work
1.
Signature of Tenderer
2.
Name of Dep’t.
& Address
3.
Work In Hand
Tender
Cost
4.
Anticipated Date
of Completion
Remark
6.
7.
Actual Cost
No. of Corrections
5.
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
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Annexure – 6
List of Works tendered as on the date of submission of this Tender
Sr.
No.
Name of Work
1.
2.
Works tendered for
Name of
Department &
Address
Estimated
Cost
3.
4.
Date when
decisions
expected
5.
Remark
6.
7.
Note: 25% to 50% estimated amount shall be consider based on stipulated period of completion
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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Annexure –7
List of relevant plant and machinery
Sr.
No.
1
Name of
equipment
2
A)
Immediately
available
B)
Proposed to be
procured
for
Work.
Signature of Tenderer
No. of
units
3
Kind and
make
4
Capacity
5
No. of Corrections
Age &
Conditions
6
Present
Location
7
Remarks
8
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
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Annexure – 8
Details of Technical Personnel available with the Contractor
Name of the Contractor:
Sr.
No.
Name of
Personnel
Technical
Qualification
Whether
Working in
field or in
office
Experience of
execution of
similar Works
1
2
3
4
5
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Period for
which the
person is
Working
with the
contractor
6
Remarks
7
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
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Annexure – 9
AFFIDAVIT
(On a Rs. 100/- Stamp Paper)
I/We hereby state that we are aware of the provisions of section 10(1) 10(f) and (g) of the BPMC
Act, 1949, which are reproduced below, and solemnly state that we have no partnership with or
any share with any Corporator of the corporation in our Company and are not associated
presently or in the past with any of the office bearers or Corporator of the Navi Mumbai
Municipal Corporation, either directly or indirectly.
Extract of Sec 10 of BPMC Act
10
(1) Subject to the Provisions of Section 13 and 404, a person shall be disqualified for
being elected and for being a councillor.
10
(f) * subject to the provisions of sub-section(2), has directly or indirectly, by himself or
his partner any share or interest in any Contract or employment with, by or on behalf of
the N.M.M.C.*.
10
(g) * Having seen elected a councillor is retained or employed in any professional
capacity either personally or in the name of a firm in which he is a partner or with whom
he is engaged in a professional capacity in connection with any cause or proceeding in
which the N.M.M.C. or the Joint City Engineer is Interested or concerned”.
We are aware that the above information if found to be untrue or false, we shall be liable to be
disqualified and the Earnest Money accompanying the Tender shall stand forfeited to the
N.M.M.C. We are also aware that if the information produced above is found to be untrue or
false during the currency of the Contract, we shall be held to be in default and the Contract, if
any awarded to us, shall be terminated with all its concurrence.
Tender
Address
Date the
Witness
Address
Date the
Signature of Tenderer
__________________________
__________________________
__________________________
_______________day of _______20
__________________________
__________________________
__________________________
_______________day of _______20
No. of Corrections
Signature of Tenderer
Signature of Witness
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
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Annexure - 10
Manufacturer's Authorization Form (MAF)
No._____________ dated _________
To,
The Joint City Engineer
Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation,
C.B.D, Navi Mumbai - 400 614.
Dear Sir,
Tender Reference No. ____________
We ____________________________ who are established and reputable manufacturers of
_____________________ having factories at _________and ____________do hereby authorize
M/s.______________________________ (Name and address of Agent / Dealer) to offer their
negotiate and conclude the contract with you against the above invitation for tender offer.
We hereby extend our full guarantee and warranty as per terms and conditions of the tender and
the contract for the goods and services offered against this invitation, for the goods and services
offered by the above Agent / Dealer. In case our above authorized Agent / Dealer is unable to
supply the goods and services during the period of the contract to the satisfaction of the Navi
Mumbai Municipal Corporation, we undertake to unilaterally fulfill the contractual obligations
of the said Dealer /Agent either directly or through another Dealer/ Agent.
Yours faithfully
(Name)
for and on behalf of M/s. ____________
(Name of manufacturers)
Note: This letter of authority should be on the letterhead of the manufacturing concern and
should be signed by a competent person of the manufacturer.
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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No. of Corrections
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Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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NAVI MUMBAI MUNICIPAL CORPORATION
HEAD OFFICE BUILDING, BELAPUR, NAVI MUMBAI
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
Retender Notice No. :- NMMC/ ELEC/ JCE/ 30 /2015-2016
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
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1
S i n g u la r
P l u r al.
2
G e n d er
3
D e f in i t i o n s
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GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
PART - I
INTERPRETATI ONS AND DEFINI TION S
a n d Where th e con tex t so requires, w ords imp orting
singular shall also me an the plural and vice v ersa.
th e
W o r d s i mp or t in g t h e ma s c u l i n e g en d e r s h a ll a l s o i n clu d e
th e f e min i n e g en d e r .
( a) ‘ C o r p o r atio n ‘ s hal l me an s N a vi M u mb a i M u n ic ip a l
Corporation as in co rporated u nder th e BP MC Act, 1949.
(b) The ‘Municip al Commi s s ioner’ shall me an the
M u nic ip a l C o mmi s s io n e r o f th e Co r p o r at i on , f o r t h e
t i me b ei n g h o l d i n g t h a t o f f i c e an d a l s o h i s s u c ce s s o r
a n d s h a l l i n c l u d e a ny o f f ic e r a u th o r i z e d by h i m.
( c) T h e ‘ En g i n e e r ’ s h a l l mea n t h e Joint City Engineer
a p p o in t ed f or th e ti me b e in g o r a ny o t h er of f i c e r o r
o f f i cer s o f t h e C o r p o r atio n w h o may b e a u th o r iz e d b y
the Co mmi ssion er to carry out th e function s of the
E n g in e er .
(d) ‘Engineer’s Repre sentativ e’ sha ll me an E x ecuti v e
E ng i n e e r / D e p ut y E n g in e er / S e c t i o n a l E n gin ee r / J u n io r
E ng i n e e r o r a ny o th er mu n ic i p a l e mp loy e e or e mp lo y ee s
a pp o i n te d f r o m ti me to ti me b y t h e ‘ E n g i n e er ’ to
p er f o r m t h e d u t i e s s e t f o r th i n C l au s e N o . 66 h e r eo f an d
g en er al ly t o a s s i s t th e E n g in e er f o r t h e p u r p o s e o f t h e
c on t r ac t a n d w h o s e a u th o r i t y s h a l l be n o t if i ed in w r itin g
to th e contractor by the Eng ine er.
(e)The ‘ Contra ct’ s h al l mean th e t end er an d acc ep t anc e
ther eo f and th e forma l agree me n t if any , ex e cu ted
betw een the Contractor, an d the Co rporatio n together
w i th th e d o c u me n t s r ef e r r ed to th e r e i n i n c l u d i n g t h es e
c on d i tio n s an d a p p en d i c e s an d a n y s p ec i a l c o n d it io n s ,
t he s p e c i f i c a t i o n s , d e s i g n s , d r a w in g s , p r ic e s c h ed u l es,
b il ls o f q u an t it i e s an d s c h e d u l e o f r at e s . A ll t h es e
d o cu me n t s t a k e n t o g et h er s h a l l b e d e e me d t o f o r m o n e
C o n tr a c t an d s h a ll b e co mp le men ta r y to o n e a n o th e r .
The ord er of prec eden ce in case of d is cr epan ci es s h al l
b e a s u n d er ,
1 . Contra ct Agree men ts.
2 . T h e l etter of A ccep tan c e.
3 . N o t ic e i n v it in g T en d e r & I ns tr u c t i o ns t o T e n d er e r .
4 . S p e c i a l C o n d it io n s o f C o ntr a c t .
5 . T h e G e n er a l C o n d it i on s o f C o n tr a ct.
6 . Schedul e of Rat es & Quantities .
7 . The T ech nic al spec ifica tions.
8 . T h e D r a w i n gs
9 . S c h e du l es & A n n e x u r e s .
( f ) T h e ‘ C o n tr a ct o r ’ s h a l l me a n th e in d i v id u a l o r f i r m o r
c o mp a n y w h eth er in c or p o r a t e d o r n o t, u n d e r ta k in g t h e
Works and shall includ e l e gal repr esentat iv es of s u ch
i nd i v id u a l o r p e r s o n s co mp os in g s u ch f ir m o r
u n in c o r p o r a t e d c o mp a n y or su c c es s o r s o f s u ch f ir m o r
c o mp a n y as t h e c a s e may b e a n d p er mi t t ed a s s i g n s o f
s u c h in d iv i d u a l or f i r m o r co mp an y .
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(g) ‘Contract su m’ me an s th e su m n a me d in th e le tter o f
a cc e p t a n c e in c lu d i n g p hy s ical c o n t i n gen ci e s s u b j e c t to
s u c h a dd i tio n th e r e t o o r d e d u c t i o n th e r e- f r o m a s may be
mad e u n d e r th e p r o v i s io n s h e r ei n af t er c on t a i n ed .
N o te : T h e c o n tr a c t s u m s h a ll in c lu d e t h e f o l lo w i n g :
1 . ( a ) I n t h e c a s e o f per c e n t a g e r at e c o n tr a c t s , t h e
e s t i ma t ed v a lu e o f W o r ks a s me n ti o n ed i n t h e
tend er ad jus ted by the Con tra ctor's p ercentag e.
(b) In the ca se of ite m r at e co ntracts, t he cos t o f the
W o r k ar r i v ed a t a f ter e x t e n s io n o f th e q u a n t i t i e s
s h o w n i n s c h ed u l e o f i te ms / qu a n ti ti e s by th e i t e m
r a t e s q u o t e d b y the ten d er e r f o r v ar i o us it e ms an d
s u m ma t io n o f t h e e x ten d ed c os t o f ea c h i t e m.
( c) I n c as e o f l u mp s u m c on t r a c t, t h e s u m f o r w h i c h
t en d e r i s a cc ep ted .
2 . S p e ci a l dis c o u n t / R e b at e / T r ad e d i s c o un t of f e r ed b y th e
tend er er if any and a cc epted by the Co rporation.
3 . A d d i tio ns o r d e l e t i o n s th a t a r e a c c ep t e d af t er
O p e n in g o f t h e t en d e r s .
4 . P hy si ca l c o n ti n g en c ies , if an y a n a c c e p t e d b y t he
C o r p or a ti o n .
( h) ‘ E x ce p ted r i s k s ’ a r e r is ks d u e t o r io t s (o t h e r w i s e t h a n
a mo n g C o n tr a cto r s ’ e mp lo y e es ) a n d c iv i l c o mmo t i o n ( in
s o f a r a s b o t h t h e s e a r e u ni n s u r ab le) , w ar ( w h et h er
d e c l ar e d or n o t ) , i n v as i o n , a c t o f f o r e i gn e n e mi es ,
hostilities , civ il war, rebellio n , revolution, insurrection ,
mil i t ar y o r us u r p e d p o w e r , an y a c t of g ov e r n me n t ,
d a ma g e f r o m a ir c r a f t , a c ts o f g o d , s uch a s e ar t hq u a k e,
l ig h tn i n g an d u n p r e c e d e n ted f lo o d s a n d o th e r c au s e s
o v er w h i c h t h e C o n tr a cto r h as n o co n tr o l an d a c c ep t ed
as such b y the Co mmiss ion er.
( i) Th e ‘ S ite’ me a n th e lan d an d o th er p l ac es , mo r e
s p e c i f i c al ly men ti o n ed in th e s p e c i al c o n d i t io n s o f t h e
ten d er , o n , u n d e r , in o r t h r o u gh w hich t h e W o r k s o r
te mp orary Works are to be ex ecuted an d any other lands
an d p l a c es pr o v i d ed by th e C or p o r a t i o n f o r w o r k in g
space or any other purpos e as ma y be spe cific ally
d es ig n at e d i n th e c o n tr a ct as f o r min g p ar t of t h e s i te.
( j) ‘ Ur g en t W o r k s ’ s h a l l me a n a n y me asu r e s w h i ch in t h e
o p in i o n o f th e E n g in e er be c o me n ec e s s a r y d ur i n g t h e
p r og r e s s o f t h e W o r k to o b v i a t e an y ris k of ac c i d e n t o r
f ai lu r e or w h i c h b e c o me n e c e s s a ry f or se cu r i ty .
(k)The ‘Works’ shal l me an the t asks to be executed in
accord ance w ith th e con tra ct or p art( s) thereof, as th e
c a s e may b e , a n d s h a l l i n c l u d e al l e xt r a o r a d d it io n a l,
al t e r e d o r s ub s titu t ed W o r k s as r e qu i r e d f or p er fo r man c e
of the con tra ct.
( l) ‘ C o n s tr u c t i o n P l an t ’ s h a l l me a n a ll a p p l i an c es o r t h in g s
o f w h atev e r na t ur e r eq u i r e d i n o r a b o u t t h e e x e c ut i on ,
co mp l e t i o n o r mai n ten an c e o f t h e W o r k s o r t e mp o r ary
W o r k s ( as h er e i n af t er d ef in e d ) b u t s h all n o t i n c l u d e
mat er i als o r o th er t h in g s i n ten d ed t o f o r m o r f o r min g
p ar t o f t h e W o r k s .
( m) ‘ Te mp o r a ry W or k s ’ s ha l l mea n a l l t e mp or a r y tas k s o f
ev e r y k i n d r e q u ir e d in o r a b o u t e x e c u t i o n, c o mp l et io n o r
mai n t e n an ce o f t h e W o r k .
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( n) ‘D r a w i n g’ s h a ll me an th e d r a w i n g s r e f er r e d t o i n t h e
s p e c i f i c at io n a n d an y mo d i f i c a t i o n o f s u c h d r aw in g s
ap p r o v e d in w r itin g by th e E n gin e e r a n d s u c h d r aw in g s
as may f r o m ti me t o t i me b e f u r n i s h e d o r ap p r o v ed in
writing b y the Engi neer.
( o) ‘A p pr o v e d ’ s h a l l me an a p p r o ve d i n w r it i ng i n c l u d in g
s u b s e q uen t c o nf i r mat i o n o f p re v i ou s v er b a l a p pr o v a l an d
“A p pr o v a l” s h a l l me a n ap p r o v al i n w r i ti n g i n clu d in g a s
af o r e s a i d .
(p)‘Specif ic ation ‘ means th e specifi cat ion referred to in th e
ten d er a n d an y mo dif ic a ti o n t h e r e o f o r ad d i tio n o r
d ed u c t i o n th e r e t o a s may f r om t i me t o t i me b e f u r n is h ed
o r a p p r o v ed in w r i t i n g by E ng in e er .
(q)“Tend er” mea n s the Con tra ctor’s pric ed offer to th e
C o r po r a ti o n f o r th e e x ecu ti o n a n d c o mp l et io n o f t h e
W o r k s a n d th e r emed y i n g o f a ny d ef e cts th e r e i n in
accord ance with t h e provi sion of the Cont rac t, as
accep ted by the Letter of Accept ance.
(r ) ‘ Let t er of A cc ep t an c e’ me an s t h e fo r mal a cc ep t an c e b y
th e Corporation.
( s ) ‘ C o mme n ce me n t D at e’ mea n s th e d a t e u p on w h i ch t h e
Contra cto r rec eiv es the not ic e to commen c e the work
is s u ed b y th e E n g in e e r p u r s u a nt to C l a u s e 8 0.
( t) T i me f o r C o mp l e t i o n ’ me an s th e ti me f o r c o mp l et in g t h e
ex ec u t io n o f an d p a s s i n g th e T es t s o n Co mp le t ion of t he
Works or any Sect ion or part thereof as state d in th e
C o n tr a c t ( o r as e x t e n d e d u n d e r C l a u s e 83 c a l cu l a t ed
f r o m t h e Co mme n c e me n t D at e.
( u ) The ‘Annexure’ re ferred to in th ese condi tio ns s hal l
me a n th e r el e v a n t an n e x u r e a p p en d e d to t h e t e n d er
p ap er s iss ue d b y t he C o r p o r a t io n .
4.
5.
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P A R T – II
INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRACTOR
Scope of Work
The Work to be car ried ou t u nder the Contrac t s h all, exce pt
as o th e r w is e p r o v i d ed in t h es e c o n d it io n s , in c lu d e a l l
lab o u r , ma t e r ia ls , t o o ls , p l a n t , e q ui p me n t an d t r an s p o r t
w h ich ma y b e r e q u ir e d in p r ep a r at io n o f an d f o r an d i n th e
f ul l a n d e n t ir e E x e c u t io n an d c o mp l e t io n o f t h e W o r ks .
The descr iptions given in th e sch edule of Works/ ite ms /
q u an t it i e s , an d t h e B i l ls o f Q ua n t it ie s s h a ll , u n l e s s
otherwis e s ta ted, b e held to includ e w as tage on ma terials ,
carriag e and c art age, carry ing in, return of e mpti es,
hoist ing, set ting, fi tt ing and fixing in position and all oth er
lab o u r n e c es s ar y in a n d f o r t h e f u l l an d e n tir e ex e cu t i o n
an d c o mp l e t io n a s a f o r esa i d i n a c co r d a n c e w it h go o d
p r a c ti c e & r e co g n i z e d p r i n c i ple s
C o r r u pt
o r T h e C o r p o r atio n r e q u ir e s t h at t h e b id d e r s /s u p p li e r s /
F r a u d ul e n t
co n t r a c to r s u n d er t h i s t en d e r o b s e r v e t h e h ig h e s t s t a n d ar d s
P r a ct i c e s
o f eth i c s d u r i ng th e p r o cu r e me n t a n d e xe c u t i on of s uc h
co n t r a c ts . I n p u r su a n c e o f th i s p o l i cy , t h e C o r p o r at i o n
d ef i n e s f o r th e p ur p o s e s o f th i s p r o vi s i o n , t h e t er ms s e t
f or t h as f o l lo w s :
a) “ co r r u p t p r ac t i c e ” me an s th e o f f e r in g , g iv i ng , r ec ei v in g
o r s o l i c i ti ng o f a n y th i ng o f v a lu e t o i nf l u en c e th e a ct io n
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6.
I n ti mat io n to
Suc c e ssf ul
T en d e r er s
7.
S e c ur i ty D e p o s it
8.
F o rf e it u r e o f
S ecur ity D ep o sit
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o f th e p u b l i c o f f i c i a l in t h e p r o cu r e me n t p r o c e s s o r in
contr ac t e x ecution; and
b ) “ f r au d u l en t p r a c t i c e ” mea n s a mis r e p r es en ta t i o n o f f a c t s
in order to in fluen ce a procuremen t process or a
execution of a contr act to th e detri ment of t h e
Corporati on, and inc lud es collus iv e prac ti ce a mon g
b id d e r s ( p r io r t o or a f ter b id s ub mi s s io n ) d e s ig n e d t o
establish bid pric es at artif i c ia l n o n - c o mp e t i t i v e l e v el s
a nd t o de p r iv e th e C o r p o r at io n o f th e b en ef i ts of t h e
f r ee an d o p en c o mp e t i t i o n ;
T h e C o r p o r a t io n w il l r e j e c t a pr o p o s a l f or aw ar d i f i t
d et er mi n e s th a t th e B i d d er r ec o mme nd ed f o r aw ar d h a s
en g ag ed i n c o r r u p t o r f r a ud u l en t p r a c t i c es in co mp e t in g f o r
th e c o n tr a ct i n q u e s t i o n ; T h e C o r p o r atio n w il l a f i r m
in elig ib le, ei th er in defini tely or for a stat ed per iod of ti me,
to b e awarded a co ntra ct if it at any ti me d e ter mi n es tha t
th e f ir m h as en g ag e d i n co r r u p t a n d f r a u d u le n t p r a c t i c es i n
co mp e t in g f o r , o r in e x ecu ti n g , a co n t r ac t.
The acc e ptanc e of tend er may be co mmu ni cated to t he
S u cc e s s f u l T en d e r e r in w r i ti ng o r o th er w ise ei t h e r by t he
tend er op ening authority or any authority in the
C o r p o r a ti o n .
T h e C o n t r a c to r s h a l l p ay a s ec u r it y dep o s i t e q u al t o f i v e
p er c en t o f th e c o n t r a c t s u m a s s e cu r i t y f o r d u e f ul f il l me n t
o f th e c o n tr a ct, u n le s s o t h er w i s e s t a t e d in th e t e n d e r
d o cu me n t s .
The mo d e of makin g this d ep o sit is as under.
Initial or contract deposit a su m, w hich alon g with the
earnest money alre ad y paid, a moun ts to thre e p ercent of t h e
contract s u m s h al l be p aid within 15 d ay s after receip t of
int i mat ion in w ritin g of acce ptan ce of tend er. It is option a l
to t h e co n tr a c to r t o mak e th e c o n tr ac t d ep o s i t in o n e o f t he
o th e r o f t he f o llo w i n g w ay s :
i) W h o ll y in c as h o r .
ii) W h o ll y in f o r m o f N a tio n a l s av i n g C e r t if i ca t e p le d g ed
i n f av o u r o f t he C o r p o r a ti o n o r B an k G u a r an t e e s / F i x ed
d e p o s i t f r o m N a ti on a l i z ed / S c h ed u l ed B an k s i n t h e
en clos ed for mat.
ii i) P a r tl y in cas h an d p ar t ly in f o r m o f N at io n a l s a v in g
Certificat e pledg e d in f av o ur of the Co rpo r ation or
B a n k G u a r an t ee s / F i x ed d ep o s i t f r om N at i on al i z ed /
S c h e du l e d B a n k s in th e en c lo s e d f o r ma t
Reten t io n Mo n ey :
T h e r e ma i n in g a mo u nt o f t h e s e cu r i ty d e p o s i t i. e .2 %
s h a l l b e r e c o v er ed f r o m th e C o n t r a c to r ’ s r u n n i n g b i l l s
a t t h e r a t e of f i ve p er c en t a n d s u c h r e t e n ti o n t o g et h er
w it h th e co n t ra c t d ep o s i t mad e a s a f o r e s a id s hal l no t
ex ce ed in the aggregate fiv e perc en t of the con tra ct s u m
a f t e r w h ic h s u ch r e t e n t i o n w i l l c e a s e .
A l l co mp en s a t io n o r o t h er s u ms o f mo n ey p ay ab le by t h e
co n t r a c to r un d e r t h e t er ms o f th i s co n t r a c t o r a n y o t h er
a c cou n t w h a ts o e v er , may b e d e d u ct ed fr o m o r p aid by t h e
s a l e o f a s u f f i c ien t p ar t o f t h is s e c ur ity d ep o s i t/ r e t en t io n
mo n e y o r f r o m t h e in t er e s t a r i s i n g t h e r e f r o m o r f r o m a ny
s u ms w h i c h may b e d u e o r may be c o me du e to C o n tr a cto r
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by t h e C or p o r a ti o n o n a ny ac co u n t w h ats o e v er , r et en t io n
M o n ey b e in g r ed u c ed by r e a s o n o f a ny s u ch d e d u c t i o n o r
s a l e as a f or e s a id , th e co n t r a c to r s h a l l w it h in 1 5 d ay s o f
r ec ei p t of no t i c e o f d e ma n d f r o m t h e E n g i ne e r ma k e g oo d
th e d ef ic i t.
I n th e ev en t o f th e s aid d ep o s it h av in g b een mad e by th e
co n t r a c to r by d e liv er y to th e C or p o r a t i on o f th e G u ar a nt e e
o f th e B a n k e r s o f th e C o n tr a cto r , a n d o f th e c on tr a c t o r
u n de r a n y of t h e p r o v i s io n s of t h is co n t r a c t b e co mi n g
s u b je ct to o r l ia b le f or a ny p e n al ty f o r d a ma g es l iq u i d at e d
o r u n li q u id a t e d o r of th e s a i d d e po s i t b e co min g f o r f e it e d
any b rea c h o r f a il ur e o r d e t er mi n a t i o n o f c o n t ract , t h en ,
an d in s u ch c a s e t h e a mo u n t o f a ny su c h p en a l t y o r
d a mag es a n d t h e d ep os i t s o f o r f ei t ed i s n o t p r e v i ou s ly paid
to th e M un i c i p a l C o mmi s s i o n er , s h al l i m m ed i a t e l y o n
d e man d b e p aid b y th e s ai d B a n k er s t o a n d may b e f o r f e i t e d
by t h e M u nic ip al C o mmi s s i on e r u n de r an d i n t e r ms o f sai d
Guar ante e
Execution
of Th e s u cc es s f u l t e n d er e r a f ter f ur n i s h in g I n it i a l S e c ur i ty
C o n tr a c t
D e po s it , i s r e q u ir e d to e x e c u te a n A g r e e me n t in d u p li c a t e
D o c u men t
in t h e f o r m a t t a ch e d w it h th e t e n d e r d o cu me n t s o n a s t a mp
p ap er o f p r o p er v al u e. T h e p r o p er v al u e a t p r e s ent is R s .
1 0 0/ - . T h e ag r e e m en t s h o u l d b e s i g ne d w it h in o n e mo n th
fro m th e dat e of ac ceptan ce of the t ender
Issue of Work W o r k O r d e r w i ll b e i s s u e d af t er e x e c u t i o n o f co n t r a c t
Order
docu men t.
C o n tr a c t
T h e C o n t r a c t or s h a l l b e f u r n is h e d , f r e e of c h ar g e , t w o
D o c u men t s
certified true cop ies of th e co n t ra c t d o cu me n t s an d al l
f ur t h er dra w i n g s w h i ch may b e is s u e d d u r in g t h e p r o g r e s s
o f th e W o r k . N o ne o f t h es e d o c u me n ts s h al l b e u s e d b y t h e
C o ntr a c t o r f o r any p u r p o s e o th e r th a n t h a t o f t h i s c o n tr a c t .
I n d e mn i t y B o nd
T h e c o n tr a cto r s ha l l r eq u i r e to ex e cu t e a n I n d emn i t y B on d
f or s at is f a c to r y p er f o r man c e o f t h e e n t i r e p r o j e c t o n S ta mp
p ap er o f R s .1 0 0 / - i n t h e f o r ma t as p e r A n n e x ur e ‘ D ’ . T h i s
I nd e mn i t y B on d s ha l l r e ma i n in f o r ce f o r p er i o d me n ti o n e d
in S ch e d u le ‘ A ’ as D e f ec t L i a b i l i t y P e r io d a f ter c o mp l et io n
o f t h e p r o je c t.
L ic en c es
T h e s u cc e s s f ul ten d er e r s h o u l d c o mp l y s t a tu t or y in s tr u c t io n
o f c o n tr a ct l a b o u r & w i l l b e r eq u i r e d t o p r o d u c e to t h e
s a t i s f a c t i o n of t h e E n g in e er a v a l id c o n t r a c t l ab o u r li c en c e
iss u ed i n h i s f a vo u r u n d er t h e p r o v i s i o n o f t h e C o n tr a c t
L a b o u r L i c e n c e ( R e g u l a ti o n an d A b o li ti o n ) 1 9 70 , b e f o r e
starting the Work. O n failu r e to do so, the acc eptance of
th e t en d e r i s l ia b l e to b e w it h d r a w n an d a l s o t h e e ar n es t
mo n e y i s l i a b l e to b e f o r f ei t e d .
Detai ls
to
be Th e Co nt r ac to r s h al l tr e at th e d et ai l s o f th e Co ntr ac t as
C o n f id e n t i a l
p r i v a t e a n d c o n f i d e n t i a l , s a v e in s o f a r as may b e n e c es s ar y
f or th e p u r p o s es t h er e of , a n d s ha l l no t p u b l is h or d is c l o s e
the sa me or any parti cul ar s thereof in a ny trade o r te chnic a l
pap er or els ewhere w ithout the prev io us consen t in writing
of the En gineer. If any dispute ar ises as to th e ne cess ity of
an y pu b lic a ti o n o r d i s c lo s u r e f o r t h e p u r p os e o f t h e
co n t r a c t t h e s a me s h al l b e r e f er r e d to t h e C o r p o r at i o n
w h o s e d e t e r min a ti o n s h a l l b e f i nal .
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Official Secrecy
16.
A s s ig n me n t
17.
Sub-lettin g
18.
Chang es
Constituti on
19.
Power of
A t to r n e y
20.
C o n tr a c t o r s
S t af f
Signature of Tenderer
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
The Contractor shal l , w h e n ev e r r e q u i r e d , tak e n ec es s ar y
step s to e ns u re th at all p er so n s e mp lo y ed on any W or k in
co n n e c t io n w it h t h is C o n t r a c t h av e n o t i c ed th a t th e I n d i a
o f f i ci a l S e c r ets A c t 1 92 3 ( X I X o f 19 2 3) a p p l i e s to th e m
an d s h a l l co n t in u e t o ap p l y e v e n a f t e r ex e cu t io n o f s uch
W o r k u n der C o n tr a ct.
T h e C o n tr a c t o r s h a l l n o t a s s i g n tr a n s f er o r a t t e mp t t o
as s ig n , tr a n s f er t h e C o n tr a c t or a n y p a r t t h er e o f , o r an y
b en ef it o r in t er e s t t h er e in o r t h er e u n d e r o t h e r w i s e t h an
by a ch a r g e in f av o r o f th e Co n t r ac t o r ’ s b an k e r s o f an y
M o n ey d ue or t o b e c o me d u e u n d er t h is c o n tr a ct, w i t h o u t
th e p r i o r w r itten ap p r o v al o f t h e C o mmi s s i o n e r .
The Cont ractor shall not sub - let or atte mp t to sub-let th e
w h o le o f t h e W o r k s .
E x c ep t w h er e o t h e r w ise p r ov i d ed b y t h e C o n tr a ct, t h e
C o ntr a c t o r s h a ll n o t s u b - l et a n y p a r t of th e W o r k s w it h o u t
th e p r i o r w r itten ap p r o v al o f th e E n g in e er , w h i c h s h a ll n o t
b e u n r e a s o n a b l y w it h - h e l d , a n d s u ch a pp r o v a l, if
g iv e n , s h a ll n o t r e l i ev e t h e C o n t r a c to r f r o m an y l i ab i l i ty or
o b li g a t io n u n d er def au l t s an d n e g l e ct s o f any s u b co n t r a c to r , h i s a g e n t s , s e r v a n t s o r W or k men a s f u l ly as if
th e y w er e t h e a ct s , d ef a u lt s o r n e g l e c t s o f C o n t r a c to r hi s
ag en ts, se r v an ts o r W o r k me n .
P r o v id e d a lw ay s t h a t t h e e n g ag e me n t o f lab o ur o n a
p ie c e w o r k
basis
or
l a b o u r w it h ma t e r i a l n o t t o b e
in c o r po r a t e d in th e W o r k s h all n o t b e d e e me d t o b e a s u b le tt in g u n d er t h is C l au s e .
T h e C o nt r ac t or s h a ll b e r es p o n s ib l e f o r o b s er v a n ce b y his
s u b - co n t r a c to r s o f t h e f o r e go i n g pr o v i s i o n s
in W h e r e
the
c o n tr a cto r
is
a
p ar t n e r s h i p
f i r m,
th e p r i o r a p p r o v a l i n w r i ti n g o f th e C o mmi s s i o ne r s h a l l b e
o b ta in ed b ef o r e an y c h an g e is ma d e i n t h e c o n s ti tu t io n o f
th e f ir m. W h er e t h e c o n tr a c t o r i s a n in d i v id u a l o r H in d u
U n d iv i d e d f a mi l y b u s in e s s c o n c e r n s u c h a pp r o v a l a s
af oresaid s h al l l ik e wis e be o b tained b efore th e contr actor
en t er s in t o an y par tn e r s h ip a g r ee me n t w h er e u nd e r t h e
p ar t n e r s h i p f i r m w o u ld h av e t h e r i gh t t o c a r r y o ut t h e W o r k
h er e b y u nd e r t a ke n by t h e c o n tr a cto r .
I f pr i o r ap p r o v a l a s a f or e s a i d i s n o t o b ta in ed t h e co n tr a c t
s h al l b e d e e me d t o h av e b e e n a s s i g n e d i n co n t r a v e n t i on o f
th e C l au s e N o. 1 08 h er e o f a n d t h e s a me a c tio n may b e
tak en an d t h e s a me c on s eq u e n c e s s h a ll e n s u r e a s p r o v i d e d
f o r i n th e s ai d c o n d i t io n .
T h e co n t r ac to r s h a l l n o t i s s u e a n y kin d o f p o w er o f
at to r n e y i n f a v o u r o f h is ba n k er s f o r r ou t in e p ay men t s t o
th e co n tr a c to r s th r o u g h B an k .
The Contr actor sh all e mploy in and about th e execution of
Works only s u ch persons as are s k illed and are experi en ced
in th e ir sev eral tr ades and the Engineer s h all b e at l iber ty
to o b j e ct to an d r e q u i r e th e C on t r a c to r to r e mo v e f r o m t h e
W o r k s a n y p e r s o n , e mp lo y ed by th e C o n tr a cto r i n o r a b o u t
th e e x e c u tio n o f t h e w o r k s , w ho in th e o p i n i o n o f t he
E n g i n e e r mis co n d u ct s h ims e lf o r is i n c o mp e t en t o r
n eg l ig e n t in t h e p r o p er p er f o r ma n c e o f h i s d u t i es a n d s u ch
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C o n tr a c t o r s ’
S u p e r vi s i o n
22.
E mp l o y men t o f
L ab o u r
23.
Signature of Tenderer
Co mplian ce with
L ab o u r
Regulation.
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p er s o n s h a l l n o t b e ag a in e mp lo y e d u p o n th e W o r k s w it h o u t
p er miss io n o f t h e E n g in e er .
The Con t rac tor shall hi ms el f supervise th e ex ecution of
Works & shall ap point co mp et en t agent appr oved by th e
E n g i n e e r t o a c t i n h i s s t e a d . I f , i n th e o p i n io n o f t h e
E n g i n e e r t h e C o n t r a c t o r h i ms e lf n ot h av e s u f f i c i e n t
k n ow le d g e a n d e x p er i en c e t o b e c a p ab l e o f r ec ei v in g
in s t r u c t io n s o r can n o t g i v e h is f u l l a t t en tio n to t he W o r k s ,
th e C o n tr a cto r s h a l l a t h is o w n e x p e n s e , e mp loy a s his
accr edit ed ag ent an Engin eer or a su itab ly qualified and
ex p er ie n c e d p er s o n a p p r ov e d by t h e E n g in e er . T h e na me o f
th e a g en t s o ap p o in t ed , a l o ng - w i t h th e q u a li f i c at io n s ,
ex p erien ce and address shall be co mmun ica ted to t h e
Engineer. The agent shall b e a responsible p erson
ad e q u a t el y o r g a n is a t i o n b y th e C on tr a c to r t o t a k e d e c i s i o n
o n s it e a n d t o s p en d mo n ey if r e q ui r ed f o r p r ocu r in g
ma ter ial an d labo u r et c. to c arry o u t E mer g en c y W o r ks in
th e in t er e s t o f th e W o r k , if s o r eq u i r ed b y th e E n g in e er .
O r d er s g i v en t o C o n tr a c to r ’ s ag e n t s h a l l b e c on s id e r e d t o
hav e th e sa me force as if thes e ha d been g iven to t h e
C o ntr a c t o r h i mse l f .
If the C ontractor fai ls to appoin t a su ita ble ag en t as
d ir e ct ed by th e E n g in e er , th e E n g in e er s h all h av e f u ll
power s t o s u s p e n d t h e ex e cu tio n o f t h e W o rk s unt i l s uch
dat e as a s u it ab l e ag en t is appo inte d and the Contr ac tor
shal l b e held resp onsibl e for the d elay so caused to t h e
Works.
The C o n tr a c t o r s h a l l e mp l oy th e l a b o u r in s uf f i ci ent
n u mb e r s t o ma in t a i n t he r eq ui r e d r a t e o f p r o g r es s an d o f
q u al it y to en s u r e W o r k ma n sh ip , o f t h e d eg r e e s p ec if i ed in
the Contr act and to the s at is f action of the Eng in eer.
The Cont rac tor shall no t e mp loy in conn ect ion with t he
W o r k an y c h i ld w h o h as n o t c o mp l e te d h i s 1 5 t h y ea r o f
ag e . H e s h a l l a l s o n o t e mp l o y a n ad o l esc e n t w h o h a s n o t
co mp l e t e d his 1 8 th y ear u n le s s h e i s cer ti f ied f i t f o r W or k
as an adul t as pres c ribed und er c lause (b) of sub-s ec tion (2)
o f s ec ti o n 6 9 o f th e F ac t or i es A ct , 19 4 8 .
The Contractor shall make his own arrangeme nt for th e
en g ag e me n t of a l l l a b o ur l o c a l o r o th e r w is e.
The Contractor shall indemnify the Corporation or an y
ag e n t, s er v a n t o r e mp lo y e e o f C or p o r a t i on f o r a n y l ap s e s
o n t h e p a r t o f c o n t r a c t o r o n a cc o u n t o f n o n - c omp l i a n c e o f
ab o v e r e f er r e d a c ts .
The con tr actor sha ll pay fair and reas onabl e wag es to t he
W o r k men e mp l o y e d by h i m, f or t h e c o n tr a ct u n der t a k e n by
h i m. I n th e e v en t o f any d is pu t e a r is i n g b e tw een t h e
co n t r a c to r an d h i s W o r k men o n th e g r o u n d s t h a t th e w ag es
p ai d ar e no t f ai r an d r e a s o n a b l e , t h e d i s p u te s h a ll b e
r ef e r r e d w i th o u t d el ay to th e E n g in eer , w h o sh all d e ci d e
the sa me . The d ec ision of th e Eng in eer s hal l b e co n clus i ve
an d b in d i n g o n t h e co n t r ac to r b ut s u ch d e c is io n s h al l n o t i n
an y way affect th e condition s in th e contract r e garding t h e
p ay men t t o b e mad e b y C o r po r at i on a t th e s a me s an c t i o n e d
ten d er r at es .
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T h e e mp l oy e e s o f t h e co n t r a c to r a n d t h e s ub - c o n tr a cto r i n
no c as e shall b e tr e at ed as th e e mp loy ees of t h e
C o r p o r a ti o n a t a n y po i n t o f t i me.
S A L I E N T F E A T U R E S O F S O ME M A J O R L A B O U R
LAWS
APPLICABLE
TO
ESTABLISHMENTS
E N G A GE D
IN
B U ILD I N G
A ND
OTH E R
C O N S TRU C T I O N W OR K.
( i) W o rk m a n C o m p e n sa t io n A c t 1 9 2 3.
The Act p r ovides for co mp ens at ion in cas e of i njury by
a cc id en t a r i s i n g o u t o f a n d du r i n g t h e c o u r s e o f
e mp l o y me nt.
( ii ) P ay m e n t o f G r a t u it y A c t 1 97 2 .
G r a tu i ty is p a y ab l e t o a n e mp l o y ee u nd e r th e A c t o n
s a t i s f a c t i o n o f c e r ta in c o n d i t i o n s o n s e p a r a t i on i f an
e mp lo y e e has c o mp l e t e d 5 y ear s s er v i c e o r mo r e or o n
death at the rat e of 15 day s wages for ev ery comp l et ed
y ea r o f s er v i c e . T h e A ct i s a p p l i c ab l e t o al l
e s t a b l i s h me n t s e m p lo y in g 10 o r mo r e e mp l o y ees .
( ii i) E m p l o ye e s P F a n d M i s c e l la n e o u s P ro v i s io n A ct ,
1952.
T he A ct p r o v id e s f o r mo n t h ly c o n tr i b u t i o n s by t he
e mp lo y e r p l u s W o r k er s @ 1 0 % o r 8 . 3 3 % . T h e b e n e f i t s
p ay ab le u n der th e A ct ar e
( a) P e n s i on o r f a mi l y p e n s i o n o n r e tir e ment o r d e a t h a s
the case may be.
( b ) D e p o s i t l i n k ed in s u r a n c e o n t h e d e a th i n h ar n e s s o f
the Worker.
( c) P ay me n t o f P F a cc u mu l at i on o n r et ir e me n t/ d ea th
( iv ) M a t e r n i t y B e n e f i t A ct 1 9 5 1
A c t p r o v i d es f o r le av e a n d s o me o t h er b en ef i ts t o
wo men emp loy ees in cas e of confin e men t or mi s carriag e
etc.
( v) C o n t r a ct l a b o u r ( R e g u l a t i o n a n d A b o li t i o n ) A c t 1 9 7 0 .
The Act provides for certa in welfare me as ure s to b e
p r o v id e d by th e c o n tr a cto r t o c o n tr a ct l a b o ur a n d i n c as e
t he co n t r a c to r f ai ls to p r ov i d e, t h e s a me ar e r e q u i r e d to
b e p r o v id ed b y t he P r in c ip a l E mp lo y er by l a w . T h e
prin cip a l employ er is required to tak e Cert ificate of
R e g i s t r a t i o n a n d t he C o n tr a c to r i s r e q u ir e d to tak e a
L ic en c e f r o m t h e d es ig n a ted O f f i c er. Th e A ct i s
a pp l i c a b l e t o th e es t a bl is h me n ts o r C o n tr a cto r o f
p r in c ip l e e mp lo y e r if t h ey e mp lo y 2 0 o r mo r e co n t r a c t
l ab o u r .
( vi )
M in i m u m W a g es A ct 1 9 7 0
T he C o n t r ac to r s h a l l s e e t h at t h e p r o v i s io n s s e t f o r
u n d er th e M in i mu m W a g es A ct
and
Contract
R e gu l a t io n
an d A b o li t i o n A c t 1 9 7 0 w it h t h e
M a h ar as h tr a C on t r a c t L ab o u r ( r eg u l at io n an d a bo l i t i on )
Rules 19 71 as amen d ed from ti me to ti me are fully
c o mp l i e d w it h by h i m a n d s h a ll mai nt a in n e c es s ar y
r eg i s t er s a n d r e co r d s f o r p ay me n t o f w a g e s , o v er t i me ,
etc. mad e to his Workme n as require d by th e
C o n c i l i at i o n O f f i cer ( C en t r a l ) , M i n is tr y o f L a b o ur ,
G o v e r n me nt o f I n d i a , o r s u c h o t h e r or g a n i z at io n p er s o n
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(vii) P a ym e n t o f W ag e s A c t 19 3 6
I t l ay s d o w n as t o b y w h a t d at e t h e w a g es a r e t o be p aid,
w h e n i t w i ll b e p aid a n d w h at d ed u c ti o n s c a n b e ma d e
f r o m t h e w a g es o f t h e W o r k e r s .
(viii) E q u a l R e m u n e ra t io n A ct 1 9 7 9
T he A c t p ro v i d es f o r p ay me n t o f e q u al w ag es f o r W or k
o f e q ua l n at u r e to M al e & F e mal e W o r k e r s a n d n o t f o r
mak in g d i s c r i mi n a t i o n a g ain s t F e ma l e e mp l o y ees i n t h e
mat t e r s o f t r an s f e r s , tr a in in g a n d pr o mo ti o n s et c .
( ix ) P a y m en t o f B o n u s A ct 1 9 6 5
The Act is appli cab le to all estab lish men ts emp l oy ing 20
o r mo r e W o r k me n . T h e A c t p r o v id e s f o r p ay me n ts o f
annu al bo nus subject to a mini mu m o f 8.33% of wages
a nd ma x i mu m o f 2 0 0 % o f w a g es to e mp l o y ees d r a w in g
R s . 3 , 5 00 / - P . M . or l e s s . T h e b o nu s t o b e p a id t o o r
e mp lo y e e s g e t t i n g R s . 2 5 0 0 / - P . M . ab o v e u p t o 3 5 0 0 /P . M . s h all b e W o r k ed ou t b y t ak in g w a g es as R s . 2 5 0 0 /P . M . o n ly . T h e A ct d o e s n o t a p p l y t o c e r ta in
establish men ts. The new ly set up est abl ish me n ts ar e
exe mp ted for 5y ears in cert ain cir cu ms t anc es. So me of
t he S ta t e G o v e r n me n t h av e r ed u c ed th e e mp loy ment s iz e
f r o m 2 0 t o 1 0 f o r th e p u r p os e o f a pp l i c a bi li t y o f t h e
Act.
( x) I n d us t r ia l D is p u t es A ct 1 9 4 7
T he A c t l a y s do w n th e ma ch i n er y and p r o c e d u r e f o r
r es o lu t i o n o f in d u s t r i a l d i s p u t es, in w h at s i t u a t io n s a
s t r ik e o r l oc k - o u t b e c o me s i ll eg al an d w h a t ar e t h e
r eq u i r e me n t s f or l ay in g o f f or r et r en c h in g th e e mp lo y ees
o r clo s in g d o w n th e es t a b l i s h me n t.
( x i ) I nd us tr i a l E m p l o ym e n t (S t and i n g Or d e rs ) A c t 1 9 46
I t i s a p p l i c a b l e to a l l e s t ab l is h me n ts e mp lo y i n g 1 0 0 0 o r
mo r e W o r k men ( e mp l oy me n t s i z e r e d u c e d by s o me o f
t he S t a te s a n d C e n t r a l G o v er n men t t o 5 0 ) . T h e A c t
p r o v id e s f o r lay in g d o w n r u l es go v e r n in g t h e c o n d it io n s
o f e mp lo y men t b y th e e mp loy e r or mat t er s p r o v id e d in
t he A ct a n d g e t t h e s a me c er t if i ed b y th e d e s i g n a t ed
Authority .
( x i i ) Tra d e U n i o n s A c t 1 9 2 6
T he A c t l ay s d ow n t h e p r o c e d u r e f o r r e g i s tr a t i o n o f
trad e un i ons of Work me n and e mploy ers. The trad e
u n io n s r e g is t er e d u n der th e A c t h av e b e e n g iv e n c e r t a i n
i mmu nities fro m civ il and cri min al liab il it ies.
( x i i i) C h ild la b ou r ( p r o h ib it i o n an d reg u l a t i o n ) A c t 1 9 8 6
T he A ct p r o h ib i ts e mp loy me n t o f ch i ld r e n b el o w 1 4
y ea r s of a g e in c e r t a in oc c up a t i o n a n d p r o ce s s e s an d
p r o v id e s f o r r eg u l a t io n o f e mp lo y men t o f ch i ld r e n in a l l
o th e r o cc u p at io n s an d p r o c e s s e s . E mplo y men t o f chi ld
l ab o u r i s p r o h ib i t e d i n B u ild in g a n d C o n s t r u ct io n
I n d u s try .
( x i v ) I n te r - S t ate M ig r a n t W o rkm e n ’ s ( R eg u l a t io n o f
E m p l o ym e n t & C on d i t io n s of S e r vi c e ) A c t 1 9 7 9
The A ct is appl ic able to an est ablish men t which
e mp lo y e e s 5 o r mor e i n t er - s t a t e mi g r an t W o r k men
t hr o u g h a n in t e r me d i ar y ( w ho h as r ec r u it ed W o r k men in
one st ate for emp loy ment in the establish ment s itu at ed
in anoth er stat e) . The in ter -s tate mi grant Work men, in
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S a f et y P r o v is i o n s
25.
P r o v is io n o f
F i r s t- A id B o x
26.
Apprenti ces
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P e r s o n n el .
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an estab li sh men t to which th is Act b eco mes ap plicab l e,
are r equired to b e provided certa in fac il it ies s uch as
ho u s in g , med i ca l a id , t ra v el i ng e x p en s e s f ro m ho me
upto the es tab lish ment and ba ck, etc.
( x v) T h e B u i ld in g & o t h e r C o nst r u ct i o n W or k e r s
( R e g u la t i o n o f Em p lo y me n t a nd C o nd iti o n s o f
S e rv i c e ) A c t 1 9 9 6 a n d t h e C es s A ct o f 1 9 96
A l l t h e e s t a b l is h me n ts w h o car r y on any b u il d in g o r
o th e r co n s t r u ct io n W o r k a n d e mp loy s 1 0 o r mo r e
W o r k e r s a r e c o v e r ed un d e r t h is a c t . A l l s u ch
establish men ts are requ ired to p ay c ess at rat e no t
exce ed ing 2% of t h e co st o f cons tru ct ion as may be
notified by th e Govern me nt. The e mp loy er of th e
e s t a b l i s h me n t is r eq u i r e d t o p r o v i d e s af e ty me asu r e s a t
t he B u i ld in g o r C o n s t r u c t i o n W o r k a nd o th e r w e lf a r e
measures , such as Can t eens, First-A id facilities,
A mbu lan ce, Housing acco mmo d ation for Worker s near
t he W or k p l a c e e tc . T h e e mp lo y er t o w h o m th e A c t
appl ies has to ob ta in a reg is tration ce rtificat e fro m t h e
R e g i s t er i n g O f f i cer ap p o i n t e d by th e G o v er n men t.
T h e C o n t r a c to r s h a l l a t h is o w n e x pen se ar r a n g e f o r t h e
s a f e ty p r ov isi o n s in d i c a ted i n A n n ex u r e ` A ’ o r a s r eq u i r ed
by
the
En gineer, in respect o f all
labour
d ir e ct ly or in d ir e ct l y e mp lo y e d f o r per f o r ma n c e o f t h e
Works and shall provide al l facilities in connect io n
th er ew ith. I n case th e Co n tr a cto r f a il s to mak e
arrange men ts and provide n e cess ary facilities as aforesaid,
the Eng in e er shall be enti tl ed to do so and reco ver the co sts
ther eo f fro m the Co ntractor.
The con tractor s h al l, at his o w n co st, provide and main ta in
at t h e s i t e o f W o r ks a s t an d ar d f ir s t aid b o x a s d ir e c t ed an d
ap p r o v ed by t h e E n g in e e r f o r t h e us e o f h i s o w n a s w el l a s
the Corporation`s s taff on site
The Con tractor shall c o mp l y w i th th e p r o v is i o n o f t h e
A p p r en t i c e A c t, 19 6 1 , a n d t h e r ul e s a n d o r d er s i s s u ed th e r e
under from ti me t o ti me. The contr actor sh al l during t h e
ter m o f th is ag r ee me n t mai n ta in as a par t o f hi s
o r g a n i z a t i on a s y s t e m o f a p p r en t i c es hip f o r t r ain in g
cr afts me n as may be approved by the En gineer. Th e
ap p r e n t i c e s ar e to b e e n g a g e d a n d t r a i n ed i n t h e b u ild in g
cr a f t / tr ad es . T h e n u mbe r o f a p p r en t i c es to b e e n g a g e d s h a l l
b e d ec i d e d an d g o t ap p r o v ed f r o m t h e o f f i c e o f t h e D i r e c t o r
o f T e ch n i c a l E d u ca ti o n an d S t at e A p p r e n ti c es h i p A d v is o r ,
M a h ar as h tr a S t a t e , D h o b i T a l ao , B o mb a y – 4 0 0 00 1. F a ilu r e
o n p a r t o f co n t r ac t o r to o b s e r v e t h e s t ip u la t io n o f t h es e
co n d i tio n s s h all b e de e me d to b e f a i l u r e t o e mp l o y a
s u f f ic i e n t n u mb e r o f p r o p er a n d e f f ic i e n t W o r kme n a n d al l
th e r i g h t s a n d r e me d ie s of th e C o m mi s s i o n e r t h er e i n
p r o v i d ed in c lu d i n g t h e p o w e r t o d e t e r mi n e t h e co n t r ac t
s h al l b e a p p li c a b l e in s u ch c as e . T h e C o n t r a c to r s h al l a l s o
be lia b le fo r a ny p e c u n i a r y liab i l i ty a r i s in g o n a ccoun t of
an y v io l at io n b y h im o f t h e p r o v is i o n s o f th e A ct .
T h e C o n tr a c t o r s h a l l e mp lo y t h e k ey p e r s o n n e l n a me d i n
th e s ch e d u l e o f ke y p e r s o nn el ( A nn e x u r e ‘ B ’ ) o r o t h e r
p er s o n n e l a p pr o v e d by t h e E n g in e e r to c ar r y o u t t h e
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f un c t io n s . T he E n gin e er w i ll a pp r o v e an y p r o p os ed
r ep l ac e me n t o f k ey p e r s o nn e l o n ly i f t h e i r q u al if i c a ti o n s ,
ab i li t i es a n d r e l e v an t e x p er i e n c e ar e s ub s tan ti a l ly eq u a l t o
o r b e tt e r t h an t ho s e o f t h e p er s o n n el lis te d in t h e s c h ed u l e .
T h e C o n tr a cto r s h a l l a t his o w n co s t a n d t o th e s a t is f a ct i o n
o f t h e E n g in e er , p r ov i d e a s it e o f f ic e o f n o t l e s s th a n 2 5
S q . M t r . W it h b r ic k w al l s , p las t e r i n g i n s i de, r o u g h s h ah a b ad
f lo o r in g a nd o n e w r it in g t a b le w i th s i x c h air s an d l ar g e s i z e
s te e l c u p b o a r d . H e s h a l l a ls o mak e n ec es s ar y a r ran g e me nt s
f or dr i n k in g w at er a n d e l e ct r i c co n n e ct io n a n d lo c k in g
ar r a n ge men t .
U p o n c o mp l e t io n o f th e w h ol e w o r k a n d a f t e r c l e ar i n g t h e
site and upon expiry of defect li ability period, th e
C o ntr a c t o r s ha l l r e mo v e th e s i t e o f f ic e a n d t a k e p os s es s i o n
o f t h e f u r n itu r e a n d cu p b o a r d s p r o v id e d b y h i m i n t h e
co n d i tio n i t w a s o n th e d at e o f r ec e i v in g b a c k th e s a me.
T h e Co n t r ac to r s h a l l h av e a n o f f i c e n e ar t h e W o r k s a t
which not ice fro m the Eng in eer may be served and shal l,
b et w e en t h e h o ur s o f s u n r ise a n d s u n s e t o n a ll W o r k in g
d ay s, h av e a c l e r k o r s ome o th er o r g a n i z a t i on p er s o n
alw ay s p r ese n t a t s u ch o f f i c e u p on w h o m s u c h n o ti c e s may
be served and servi ce of any notic es left with such cler k o r
o th e r o r g an i z a t i o n p er s on o r a t s u c h o f f i c e s h a ll b e d e e me d
good s e rv ic e u p o n t h e C on tr a c to r.
T h e C on tr a c to r s h a l l o b t a i n p er mi s s i o n f o r er e c t io n o f s i t e
o f f i ce, c e me n t g o d o w n , s t o r e, e t c. o n p a y me n t o f n ec es s ar y
ch arges as demand ed by th e con cern ed author ities as p er
th e p r e v a i lin g r u les . T h e c e me n t g o do w n , W a t ch ma n
cabins, etc. sh all be provid ed as d ire cted and shall be
r e mo v ed by t h e C o n tr a c t o r o n c o mp l e t i o n o f t h e W o r k a t
th e ir co s t.
( a) T h e C o n tr a cto r s h al l n o t b e p er mi t t e d t o e n t e r o n ( o t h er
t ha n f o r i n s p e c t io n p ur p o s e s ) or tak e p o s s e s s i o n o f s it e
unti l ins tructed to d o so by the Engin eer in writin g.
T h e p o r t i o n o f t h e s i t e t o b e o c c u p i e d by t h e C on t r a c to r
s h al l b e d e f in ed a n d/o r ma r k e d o n t h e s it e p la n , f a il i n g
which th ese sh all be indi cated by the En gineer. T h e
C o ntr a c t o r s ha l l o n n o ac c ou n t b e a ll o w e d to e x t e n d h i s
o p er a tio n s b ey o n d t h es e a r e a s . T h e u s e o f s u ch p or t io n o f
th e s i t e s h al l b e al lo w e d f r ee o f an y le a s e r e n t d u r in g
s c hed u l e d t i me p e r io d f o r t h e c o mp l e t io n o f t h e W o r k .
H o w ev er at th e ex p iry of th e s tip u lat ed p er io d o f th e W o rk ,
as may b e e x t en d e d f r o m t i me t o t i m e , C o n tr a cto r h as t o
pay char ges for these facili ti es as per the prev a iling ra tes
lev ied by the Corporation for use of public uti li ty places.
The Con tractor will b e allo wed to use th e l and for the
p u r p o s e o f s h e d s , o f f i ces t h er e o n f or t h e ms e lv e s a n d f o r
th e E n g i n e e r a n d h is s u b o r d i n a t es a n d s h all r e mov e t h e
s a me f r o m th e g r o un d on th e c o mp l e t io n o f t h e W o r k s , or
when required to do so, by th e Engin eer after receiving 7
d ay s’ n o ti c e . H e s ha l l mak e g o o d an y d a ma g e w h i ch may
hav e b e e n d o n e a n d res to re to g o o d c o n d i t i o n any thing
w h ich ma y h av e b e e n d is tu r b ed d u r i n g t h e p e r i o d o f h i s
occupatio n .
H e s ha l l n o t u s e o r al lo w t o b e u s ed a n y s u c h g r o u n d , s he d s
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P r o t ec t t h e W o r k
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o r o f f i ces , o r any po r ti o n of t h e s i t e o f th e W o r k s , f o r any
o th e r p ur p o s e th a n th e c a r r y i n g o u t o f W o r ks u n d er t h i s
Contract, failing w h ich ch arges app li cable w ill b eco me
p ay ab le i n t h e ev e n t o f t h e r e b ein g o n p lo t o r g r o u n d o r
in s u f f i ci e n c y of g r o u n d b el o n g in g to t h e C o r p o r a t io n
av ailab l e for the abov e purpose, the Contractor s h al l
p r o v i d e o t h er s u c h g r o u n d a t h is o w n co s t .
The Con tractor shall in any case pay all tax es which may
h av e to b e p a i d in r es p e c t o f a ll g r o u n d , s h e d s o r o ff i c e s
u s ed a s a b o v e , a n d a l l th e l i c e n s e f e es , e t c . , t h a t may b e
d e man d e d f o r t h e s t o r ag e o r o t h er w i s e o f th e v ar i o u s
ar t i c l e s a s per r u les in f o r ce .
The C o n t ra cto r s h a l l p r o v i d e , i f n e c e s s ary o r i f r equi r ed o n
th e s ite all t e mp o r ary accesses th er eto and shall alter,
ad o p t a n d ma in t a i n th e s a me as r e q u ir ed f r o m t i me to t i me
an d sh al l t ak e u p an d cl ea r th e m a w ay as a n d w h en n o
lo n g e r r e q u ir e d a n d ma k e g o o d a l l d a mag e d o n e t o t h e s i t e .
T h e c o n tr a c t o r h as als o b e a l l o w e d a t t h e s o l e d i s c r e t io n o f
th e c o r p o r a t io n t o s ta ck mat er i al r e q u ir e d f o r e x e c u t i o n o f
w o r k i n co r p o r atio n lan d o u t o f t he p r oje c t a r e a o n p a y me n t
of necess ary ch arges as per corpora ti o n rules for use of
r oa ds p u b li c u t i l i t y p l a c e s .
T h e w at e r w i ll n o t b e s u p p l i ed b y th e C o r po r a ti o n . T h e
C o ntr a c t o r has t o mak e h i s o w n a r r an g e me n ts f o r s u p p ly of
w a t e r . H o w e v e r o n av a i l ab i li t y o f w at e r it c a n b e s u p p l i e d
at th e o r g a n i z a t io n C o r p ora t i o n r a t e a n d t er ms an d
co n d i tio n s .
N o p o w e r c o n n e c t i o n s h a l l be p r o v id ed . T h e C on t r a c to r
s h al l mak e at h is o w n co s t h i s o w n ar r a ng e me n t f o r p ow er
co n n e c t io n , if r eq u i r ed .
T h e co n t r ac to r s h a l l mak e his o w n a r r an g e me n ts f o r
p r o t e c t in g t h e W o r k / p r o te ct io n ag e i s t o b s t r u ct io n s f r o m
an y a n ti- s o ci a l e l e me n ts b y tak in g a t his / t h eir co s t p o l i c e
p r o t e c t io n o r s u ch o t h er l eg al me t h o d s th r o u g h law
en forcing au thori ti es and th at th e Co rporation s hal l no t be
li ab l e t o co mp en s a t e t h e c o ntr a c t or o n t h is a c c o u n t. T h e
C o r p o r a ti o n w o u ld o n l y f or w a r d th e ap p l i c a t i o n o f t h e
contractor to th e police Dept. Withou t an y liabil ity ag ains t
th e Corporation on th is account.
T h e C o n t r ac to r s h a l l p r ov i d e a n d ma i n t a i n a t h i s o w n
ex p en s e a l l l ig h t s , g u a r d s , f e n c i ng a nd w a t c h in g w h en an d
wher e ne cessary or as required by the Engin eer for the
p r o t e c t io n o f th e s a f et y a n d c o nv e n i e n c e o f th o s e e mp l o y ed
o n th e W o r k s o r t h e p u bl i c . I n t h e ev e n t o f f a i lu r e o n t h e
p ar t o f th e C o n tr a c to r , t h e E n gin e e r may w it h o r w it h o u t
n o ti c e to th e C o n t r a c to r p u t u p a f en c e o r i mp r o v e a f en c e
alr ea d y pu t u p o r p r o v id e a n d/o r i mp r o v e th e l ig h t in g o r
ad o p t s u c h o t h e r me a s u r e s a s he may d e e m n e c e s s a r y , an d
al l th e co st of such procedu r es as ma y be adopted by the
Engineer shall be b o rne by the Contractor . In addition th e
E n g i n e e r may i mp o s e s u c h f i n e s o r p e nal ty a s t h e E n g in e er
may d e e m r e aso n a b l e , un d er C l a us e N o . 5 3 .
Fro m co mmen ce ment to co mp letion of the Works, the
C o n t r a c t o r s h a l l t ak e f u l l r e s p o n s ib i l i t y f o r t h e c a r e t h e r e o f
and for taking precautions to prevent l oss or dama g e and to
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mi n i miz e th e l o s s o r d a mag e t o th e g r e a t e s t e x t e n t p o s s ib l e
an d s h a l l b e l i a bl e f or any da ma g e o r l o s s t h at may h a p p e n
to t h e W o r k s o r any p a r t th e r eo f .
T h e p o l i cy s o o b t a i n ed s h a l l co v e r en t ir e p er i od o f
construction (inclu ding all extens ions) and also shall cover
th e D ef e c t s L i a b i l it y p e r io d .
The po li cy shall b e for the t ot a l C o n tr a ct S u m. B e f o r e
co mme n ci n g ex e cu t io n o f th e W o r k, th e Co n tr a ctors s hal l
w i th o u t in a n y w ay li mit in g h i s o b li g a t i on s an d
r es p o n s i b i l i t i e s u n d e r t h i s c o n d it io n , i n s u r e a g a i n s t an y
d a mag e l o s s o r i n ju r y w h ich may o c cu r to an y p r o p e r ty
( P r iv a t e , G o v er n me n t a n d /o r C o r p o r a t i o n ) o r t o an y p er s o n
(Includin g any employ ee of the Corporation) b y or ar isin g
o u t o f th e c o n tr a c t .
All insu ranc es ( Car Policy ) to be affe ct ed by the
C o ntr a c t o r s an d / or h i s s u b - c o n tr a c t o r s s h al l b e t ak en o u t
with Directorate of Insuranc e, M ahar as h tr a S ta te only . In
case, ho w ev er, a p articu lar aspect is not cover ed under the
p o li cy to b e o b ta i n e d f r o m th e D ir e cto r at e o f I n s u r an c e,
Mahar ash tr a s tate, the Con tractor w ill be allowed to h av e
such in s u ran c e f ro m o t h e r i n s u ra n c e c o mp a n y w i th t h e
p r i o r p er mi s s io n o f t h e C o m mi s s i o n er .
I f t h e C o n t r a c to r h as a b l a n ket i n s u r a n c e p o l i c y f o r a ll his
Works and the policy covers all the it e ms to be insured
under th i s conditio n, the sai d policy shal l be ass igned by
th e C o n t r a c to r , i n f a v o u r o f t h e C o r po r a ti o n ; p r o vi d ed ,
h o w ev e r , i f a n y a mo u nt is p a y ab l e u n d er th e po l ic y by t he
in s u r e r s i n r es pe c t o f W o r ks o t h er th a n th e W o r ks u nd er
this Con tra ct, the s a me may be recov ered by the Contrac tor
dire ct ly fro m th e insurers. The a mo unt of clai m to t he
ex t en t p a y me n t mad e b y C o r p o r at i o n s h al l b e d ir e ct ly
r ei mb u r s e d t o C o r p o r a ti o n by i n s u r er .
Provided alw ay s that the Co ntractor s h all not b e entitl ed to
p ay men t u n d e r th e a b o v e p r ov i s i o n s in r e s p e c t o f s u ch l o s s
o r d a ma g e a s h av e b e e n o cc as i o n ed b y any f ai l ur e o n h i s
p ar t t o p er f o r m h i s o bl i g a t i o n s u nd e r t h e C o n t r a c t o r n o t
tak ing pr ecautions to prev e nt los s or da mag e or mini mi z e
th e a mo u n t o f s u ch l o s s or d a ma g e.
Where a Corporation`s Building or part th er eof is rented by
th e C o n tr a c to r o r is al l ow ed to b e u s ed by h im, h e s h a l l
in s u r e t h e e n tir e b u ild in g if t he b u ild in g o r a n y p a r t t h e r eo f
is u s e d b y h i m f o r t h e p u r p o s e o f s to r i n g o r u s i n g mat er i a l s
of co mb u s tib le n at u r e a s t o w h i ch t h e d e c is i o n of t he
E n g i n e e r s ha l l b e f i n al an d b in d i ng .
T h e C o n t r a c to r s ha l l in d e mn i fy an d k e e p i nd e mn i f i e d t h e
C o r p o r a ti o n a g a i n s t a ll lo s s es a n d c l a i ms f o r in j ur i es o r
d a mag e t o a n y p er s o n o r an y p r o p er t y w h ats o e v er w h i c h
may ar i s e ou t o f o r in c o ns e q u e n c e o f t h e c o n s t r u c tio n an d
ma i n t en an c e o f th e W o r k an d ag a in s t a ll c l a i ms, de man d s ,
p r o c e ed i n g s , d a mag es , co s t s , c h ar g e s an d e x p en s e s
whatsoev er in resp ect of or in rel at ion ther eto.
P r o v id e d a lw a y s th a t n o t h in g h er e i n co n ta i n e d s h al l b e
d e e me d t o r en d e r t h e C o n t r a c to r l i ab l e f o r o r i n r e s p ec t o f
or to t h e C o rp o r a ti o n a g ain s t a n y c o mp e ns a t io n o r dama g e
caused by the Ex cepted Risk s.
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Th e Co n tr a cto r s h al l at a ll ti me s in d emn ify th e Co r p o r at io n
ag a in s t a ll c l a i ms , d a ma g es or c o mp en s a tio n u n d er t h e
p r o v i s i on s o f P ay me n t o f W a g es A c t 1 93 6 , M i n i mu m W ag es
A c t 1 9 4 8 , E mp loy er s L i ab i l i ty A ct 1 9 3 8 , t h e W o r k men ’ s
C o mp e n s a t io n A c t 1 9 23 , I n du s tr i a l D i s p u t e A c t 1 94 7 ,
I nd i a n F a c t or i es A ct 1 9 4 8 a n d M at er n i ty B e n ef i t A c t , 19 6 1
o r a ny mo dif ic a t i o n s t h er e o f an d r u les mad e th e r e u n d er
f r o m t i me to t i me o r a s a c on s eq u e n c e o r an y a cc id en t o r
in jury to any Work man or other p er sons in or about the
Wo r k s, wh eth er in th e e mp lo y men t of t h e Co n tr a cto r o r n o t,
save and excep t wh ere such a ccident or in jury have r esult ed
f ro m an y a ct o f th e Co r p or ati on, th eir agen ts o r s ervants ,
and als o agains t all cos t, ch ar ges and expens es of any suit,
action or proceedings arising out of such accid ent or inju ry
and ag ain st all su m or su ms which ma y with th e consen t of
th e C o n tr a cto r b e p a id to c o mpr o mis e o r co mp o u n d a n y
such claim wi thou t li mit ing his obligations an d liab ilities
as ab o v e p r o vi d e d. T h e C o n tr a cto r s h al l in s u r e a g a i n s t a l l
cl ai ms d amag es o r co mp ens atio n p ay ab le u n d er th e v ar io u s
a c ts me n t i o n ed a b o v e o r an y mo d if i c a ti o ns th e r eo f o r any
other law relating thereto. The aforesaid insuranc e pol icie s
shal l provide th at th ey shall not b e can cel ed till th e
C o mmi s s i o n e r h a s a g r e ed t o t h eir can ce ll at i o n s .
T h e C o n tr a c t o r s h al l p r o v e t o th e E n g i n e e r f r o m t i me to
ti me t h a t h e h a s t ak en o u t a l l th e i n s u r a n c e p o l i c i e s
r ef e r r e d t o a b o v e a n d h as p a i d th e n e ces s a r y p r e mi er f o r
keeping the po lic ies al iv e t il l the ex piry of the Def ect s
Liab i li ty P e r io d a f t e r co mp l e tio n of W o r k fo r a p er i o d o f
n o t ex c e e d in g 1 2 mo n t h s a s p e r d i r e c t i v es o f D i r e c t or a t e o f
Ins urance, Mahar as htra Sta te .
The Contr actor sh al l ensure that si mil a r insuran ce po lic ies
ar e t a k e n o u t b y his s u b - C o n tr a cto r s ( i f an y ) a n d s h a l l b e
r es p o n s i b l e f o r any c l a i ms o r l os s es to t h e C o r p o r at i o n
r es u l t i n g f r o m t h ei r f a ilu r e to o b t a in a de q u a t e i n s u r an c e
p r o t e c t io n in c o n n e c t i o n th e r eo f . T h e C o n tr a c t o r s ha l l
p r o d u c e o r c a us e to b e p r o d uc e d by h i s S u b- C on t r a c to r ( if
any ) as th e c as e ma y b e , t he re l ev a n t p o l i c y o r po li ci es an d
p r e miu m r e c e i p ts a s an d w h e n r e q u ir e d by t h e E ng i n e e r .
I f th e C o n tr a cto r a n d / o r h is s u b - C o n t r a c to r s ( i f a ny ) s ha l l
fail to effect and k eep in force th e in su rance referred above
f or any o th e r i n s u r a n c e w h i c h h e/th ey may req u ir e to ef f ec t
unde r t h e ter ms o f C o n t r a c t th e n a n d in any su ch cas e t h e
C o m mi s s i o n e r may w i th o u t b ein g b o u n d t o e f f e c t a n d k e e p
in f o r c e a ny s u c h i ns u r a n c e a n d p ay pre miu m o r p r e mi er a s
may be n e c es s ar y f o r t h at pu r p o s e an d f r o m t i me to t i m e
d ed u c t t h e a mo u n t s o p ai d b y t h e C o r p o r a ti o n p lu s 2 0 p er
c e n t o f p r e mi u m o r p r e mi er a mo u n t as s e r v i c e ch a r g es f r o m
any mo n ey du e o r w h ich ma y b e co me d u e t o t h e Cont r act or
or recover the s a me as deb t fro m th e Contractor.
T h e C o n tr a cto r s h a l l a t a l l t i mes d u r in g t h e p r o g r es s o f t h e
W o r k t a k e a l l r e q u is i t e p r ec au t io n a n d u s e h is b es t
en d eav o r s f o r p r e v en t in g an y r i o to u s o r u n la w f u l b eh av i o r
by o r a mo n g s t th e W o r k e r s an d o th er e mp lo y e d o n t h e
W o r k s an d f o r th e p r e s er v a ti o n o f p e a c e a nd p r ote c t io n o f
th e in h a b it an t s an d s e c u r i ty o f p r o p er t y in t h e
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P r o t ec t i o n o f
T r ees
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Maintenance of
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Util ity Services
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P r e cau ti o n s f or
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n ei g h bo r h o o d o f t h e W o r k s . H e s h al l als o p ay th e ch a r g e s
o f s u ch s p e ci al p o l i ce ( if an y ) as th e En g i n eer may de e m
neces s ary .
T r e es d es ig n a t e d b y t he E n g in e e r s h a l l b e p r o t e ct ed f r o m
d a mag e d u r i n g t h e c ou r s e o f t h e W or k an d e a r t h l ev e l
within o n e met er o f e a ch s u c h tr e e s h a l l n o t b e chang ed.
Where n e cess ary , such trees s h al l b e prote cted by
te mp o r a r y f e n c in g . A l l s uc h c o s t s h al l b e b o r n e by t h e
Contrac tor.
All th e underground utili ty s ervices s u ch as wat er pip es ,
g as p ip es , d r a in s , s ew er s , c a b le s e t c . , w h i ch ma y b e met u p
in o r ab o u t a n y e x c av a tio n , s h a ll if t h e E n g i n e e r de e m i t
p r a c ti c a b l e , b e p r o p er l y ma i n t a i n ed a n d p r o te c ted by t h e
C o ntr a c t o r h i ms e l f o r t hr o u g h o th e r a g en c y by me an s o f
s h o r in g , s tr u t t i n g , p l an k in g o v e r , p a d di n g o r o t h er w i s e a s
dir e ct ed by th e E n g i n e e r d ur i n g th e p r o g re s s o f the Wor k
w i th o u t c la i min g a ny e x tr a c h ar g e s . A ny d a ma g e t o t h e s e
u n de r g r o un d ut i l i ty s e r v i c es s h a l l b e i mme d ia t e l y r e med ied
by the Contractor or by other ag ency at his own cost,
failing which the Engine er may with or without notic e
ad o p t s u c h me as u r e s as h e may d ee m n e ces s a r y a t t h e r is k
an d c o s t o f t h e C o n tr a c t o r . If o n t h e o t h er h a nd , t h e
E n g i n e e r co n s i d er s i t i mp r a c t i ca b l e f o r th e C o n tr a cto r t o
ma i n t a i n a n y s u ch u n de r g r o un d uti li ty s er v i c e s a n d t h a t t h e
ex i g en c i e s o f t h e W o r k n e c e s s i t a t e, th e br e ak i n g d o w n ,
r e mo v al o r d iv e r s io n o f t h e s aid u t i l i ty s e r v i c es , th e co s t o f
s u ch b r e a ki n g d o w n , r e mov a l o r d iv er sio n in c l u d in g th a t o f
r eb u i ld i ng , r e p la c i n g , div e r t i n g a n d r ei n s t a t in g o f a ny s u ch
u ti li ty s e r v ic e s s h a l l b e p a id t o th e C o n tr a c t o r i f d o n e by
h i m. H ow ev er , t h e co s t of p r o vi d in g p u mp s , ch u tes o r o t h er
ap p l i a n c e s a s th e E n g i ne e r may d i r e c t f o r th e r ai s i n g o r
te mp o r a r y p as s ag e o f th e w a ter o r s e w a ge a n d th e c os t o f
p u mp i n g o u t o r r e mo vin g a s o f t en a s t h e E n g i n e e r may
d ir e ct, an y w a ter o r s ew ag e w h ich may e s c a p e f r o m an y
such underground utility servic es, shall be bo rne by the
Contrac tor.
T h e t en d e r er s h a l l co n t ac t al l t h e pu b l i c b o d i es , et c. t o
k n ow t h e u n d e r - g r o u n d s er v i c e s th a t may b e e n c o u n t er e d by
hi m / th e m dur ing the ex ecu tion of th e Work and accou n t
f or th e c o n s e q u e n c e s o f th e s i t e r e s t r a i nt s w h ile s u b mi t t in g
th e ir t en d e r s . N o c o mp e ns at i o n / co s t s h a l l b e p a y ab l e o n
a c co u n t o f a n y u n de r - g r o u n d s er v i c e s w h ich o b s tr u c ts t h e
W o r k an d c au s e d el ay .
W h i l e t h e e x e c u t i on o f any W o r k is in p r o gr e s s in an y
s tr e et o r t h o r o u g h f ar e t h e C o n tr a cto r a t h is o w n cos t s h a l l
ma k e a d e q u a t e p r o v i s io n f o r th e pas s a g e o f t r a f f ic , f o r
secu r ing safe access to al l pre mis es approach ed fro m su ch
s tr e et o r t h or o u g h f ar e , an d f o r an y d r ain a g e , w at e r
s u p p ly , o r me a n s o f l ig h t in g o r a n y o t h er u ti l i ty s e r vi c e
w h ich ma y b e in t e r r u p te d b y r e aso n o f e x e cu t io n o f t h e
Work. When ev er i t may be ne cess ary to stop the tr affic in
an y s t r ee t o r th o r o u g hf a r e per mi s s i o n mu s t f i r s t b e
obta in ed fro m the Engine er and the C ontractor shall th en
p u t u p s u c h b ar r i e r s a n d ad o p t s u ch o t h er me a s u r e s o r tak e
prec au t io n s as ma y be necessary or as th e Engine er may
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Traffic
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d ir e ct f o r r e gu l a t io n of tr a f fic . Th e W o rk s h all in s u c h
cases b e ex ecut ed night an d day or for as lon g a p erio d as
practi cable if so o r dered by th e Eng ineer , and with su ch
s p eed & v i g ou r as h e may r eq u i r e , s o th a t th e t r a f f ic ma y
be i mp ed ed fo r as s ho r t a t i m e a s p o s s i b le . T h e C ont r acto r
s h al l r e m ov e t h e b ar r i er s a s s o o n a s t h e n ec e s s i ty f or th e m
h as c e a s e d . C a r e s h a l l b e t a ken b y t he C o n tr a c t o r t o c a u s e
th e le a s t p o s s ib l e o b s t r u ct io n t o tr a f f i c du r i n g th e p r og r e s s
o f t h e W o r k.
The con tractor shal l hav e to mak e al l nec es sary
ar r a n ge men t s f o r r eg u l a t in g tr a f f ic d a y an d n ig h t d u r i ng t h e
p er i o d o f c o n s t r u c tio n a n d t o th e e n tir e s a tis f ac tio n o f
E n g i n e e r . T hi s in c lu d e s co n st r u ct io n an d ma in t en an c e o f
d iv e r s io n s , i f n ec e s s a r y , a t n o ex t r a c o s t to t h e
Corporati on. The c o ntractor shall provide n ecess ary caut io n
boards, b arricad es, flags and lights, w at ch me n etc. s o as to
co mp ly w i th l a t es t M o t o r V eh i c l e R u l es a n d R eg u l a t io n s
and for tr affic s af e ty . The contractor shall b e r espons ib l e
f or all c l ai ms o f a cc id en ts w h ich may ar i s e du e t o h i s
n eg l ig e n c e w h eth er i n r eg u l a t in g t r a f f ic o r in s t a c k in g
ma ter ials on road or by any other reaso n .
T h e C o n t r a c t o r w il l b e r eq ui r ed t o p r o v id e an d o p e r a t e a t
h is ow n co s t a l l p u mp s , en g i n es an d ma c h in e r y r eq u i s it e t o
k e e p t h e t r e n ch e s f o r th e s e w e r , d r a in s o r f o un d at io n s an d
al l o th e r e x cav a t io n s c l e ar o f w at er w h eth er s u b s o il w at e r ,
s to r m w a s te o r l e a k ag e f r o m t a n ks , w e l ls , d r a i n s , s ew er s ,
w a t e r - ma i n s , tid e w at e r e t c . s o th a t th e r e may b e n o
a c cu mu la t i o n of s u c h w at er a n d n o s e t t in g o u t m ay b e d o n e,
n o ma s o n ry may b e l a id , n o co n c r e t e d e po s i t e d , n o jo i nt s
ma d e an d n o meas u r e me nts tak en in w at er . T h e pu mp in g
s h al l be c on t in u ed s o lo n g a f ter th e ex e cu t i o n o f any
p o r t io n of th e W o r k as th e E n g in e er may co n s i d er
neces s ary for the Work to set. For the purpose of keepin g
th e e x c a v at io n s a s d r y as p o s s i b l e t h e W or k w o u ld , if
n e c es s ar y b e d i v id e d in t o s e c t io n s o r s e p ar a te p o r t io n s a s
p er b e s t E n g i ne e r i n g p r ac t i c e s a n d t e mp o r a r y d a ms w il l
h av e to b e p u t u p by t he C o n tr a cto r , s u mp s f o r th e s u c t i o n
p ip e s t o W o r k i n , w il l h av e to b e e xc a v a t ed b y t h e
Contra c t o r at s u ch d is t a n c e s ap a r t an d to s u c h d e pths as t h e
as p er bes t E n g in e er i ng p r a c t i c e s . W h en th e W o r k
p r o g r e s s e s o t h er s u mp s mu s t , f r o m ti me t o t i me , b e
ex c av a ted by t he C o n tr a cto r , d is u s ed s u mp s b e in g f i ll ed u p
by h i m w i th d r y r u b b le c ar e f u l l y h a n d p a ck e d t o t h e
s a t i s f a c t i o n o f th e E n g in eer . T h e C o n tr a cto r w il l n o t b e
p ai d ex t r a f o r a n y t e mp o r a r y d a ms o r s u mp s o r th e i r
r e mo v al o r r ef i ll i n g n o r w i l l s u c h W o r k s b e t a k en i n t o
me a su re ment in any w ay , unles s oth erw is e pr ovided .
The C o n tra c t o r s h a l l n o t a l l o w a ny accu mu l a t i o n of w at er
ei th e r f r om t h e D i s c h a r g e o f h is d ew a t er i ng p u mp s o r hi s
w a t e r c o n n e c t i o n s o n s it e o f h is W o r k .
The C o n t r a c t or s h a l l mak e p r o p e r p ro v is io n f o r l e a ding t h e
pu mp ed disch arge to th e nearest w ater en tra n ce, sto r m
w a t e r d r ain , man h o l es, o r w a t e r c o u r s e by mea n s o f a
w o o d en o r G . I . c h an n el o r h o s e p ip e. U n d er n o
cir cu ms ta n c es t h e d i s c h a r g e w i l l b e a l lo w e d to f lo w , a l o n g
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S t o r ag e o f
E x plo s i v e s
44.
Facilit ies to the
O t h er
C o n tr a c t o r s
45.
P r e v en t io n o f
Mosquito
Breeding at
C o n s t r u c t i o n S it e
46.
S an it at ion
47.
N o t to A l l o w
Huts
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a p a v ed s u r f a c e. I f a n ac cu m u la tio n i s u n av o i d a b l e, i t s h a l l
b e tr e a t e d w it h i n s e c t i c id e s t o t h e s at i s f ac t i o n o f t h e
E n g i n e e r . I n c as e of f ai lu r e t o d o t h is o n t h e p ar t o f
Contrac tor such accu mu lat ion shall be trea ted by the
C o r p o r a ti o n a t t h e r is k an d cost of the Contr actor. Th e
co n t r a c to r s s h o u ld n ot e t h a t u n d e r n o c i r cu ms ta n c e s an y
p ay men t f o r p u mp ing o u t w a t e r f i n d in g i t s w ay i n to
tr en ch es, hill cu tt ing, ex cav a ted pits , Works site et c. from
what ever sources will be p er mis sib l e u n less o therwise
T h e C on tr a c to r s h a l l o b t ain t h e p r ev i o u s p er mis s io n o f t h e
co mp e t en t a u th o r i ty s u ch as t h e C h i e f o f F ir e S er v i ce s fo r
th e S i te, ma n n er a n d me th o d o f s t o r i n g e xp l o s iv e s n e ar t h e
s it e o f W o r k . A ll h a n d l i n g o f ex p lo s iv e s , i n c l u d i n g s to r a g e,
tr a n s p o r t s h a l l b e c ar r ie d o u t u nd e r t h e r u l es ap p r o v ed b y
th e “E xp losives D epart men t of the Govern me nt ”.
The con tra ctor shall, in a cco rdance with th e req uire me n ts
o f t h e E ng i n e e r , a f f o r d a l l r e as o n a b le f ac i l i t ies t o o t h er
C o ntr a c t o r s
e n g ag ed
co n t e mp o r a n eo u s l y o n s ep a r a t e
Contracts in co nnect io n with the Works and for
d ep ar t me n t a l
labour
and
lab o u r
of
a n y o th e r
p r o p e r ly o r g an i za t i o n au t ho r i ty o r sta t uto r y b o dy w h ich
may b e e mp l o y ed a t t h e S it e o n ex e c u t i on o f a ny W or k n o t
in c lu d e d i n t h e C o n tr a c t o r of a ny C o n tr a ct w h ich t h e
Corporati on may enter in to in conn ection with or ancillary
to th e W o r k s .
( i) T he c o n tr a cto r s h a l l o n t h e r es p e c t iv e co n s t r u c t i o n s it e
i ns t a l l mo s q u it o p ro o f a n d a c c es s ib le w a t er s to r a g e
t an k s or to co v er / p r ot e c t t he p r e s e nt w at er s to r a g e
t an k s p r o pe r l y .
(ii)The contractor shal l per io d i c a l l y g iv e l ar v a e c i d a l
tre at men t to w a ter s to r ag e t an k s , s it es o f w ater
s t ag n at i o n , w a t er co l l e c t i o n .
( ii i) A ny e x p en d i tu r e th a t may be in c u r r e d b y th e
C o r p or a ti o n to e n s u r e th a t t h e a b o v e c o n d i t io n s a r e
fulf ill ed by the contr actor will be d ebitable to
c o n t r ac to r s a c co u n t an d w i l l b e r e c o v er ed f r o m t h e b i l l s
o f th e c o n tr a cto r f r o m t i me t o t i me.
T h e C o n t r ac t or s h a ll , at h is o w n c o s t , ma k e a l l n ec es s ar y
p r o v i s i on s f o r h ea l t h an d s a f et y o f h i s lab o u r / e mp lo y e es .
H e s h al l, w h en r e q ui r ed by t h e E n g in e e r , p r ov i de p r o p er
la tr i n es a n d u r i na l s t o th e s a t is f a ct io n o f t h e E n g in e er in
such nu mb er s and i n such lo caliti es as he may requir e, an d
s h al l t a k e a l l s t e p s n e c es s ary t o c o mp e l h i s lab o u r /
e mp lo y e es to r es o r t t o s u c h l a t r i n es a nd u r in a ls , an d s h a l l
d is mi s s f r o m h is e mp lo y men t a n d r e m o v e f r o m th e W o r k s
an y o n e det e c t e d o b ey in g t h e c a l l s o f n a t u r e i n an y p la c e
other than the conv enien ces al lot ted for such purposes. Th e
s a id l a t r i n es s h a l l b e u n d e r t h e s up e r i n t en d en ce an d o r d e r s
o f t h e E n g in e er o r h i s s u b o r d in a t e s .
T h e C o n tr a cto r s h a l l , o n n o a c c o u n t, a l l o w a n y hu ts t o b e
er e ct ed o n Co r po r a tio n p r o p er ty u n less o th er w ise p er mi tt ed
by t h e E n g i n e e r in w r itin g , t o b e i n ha b it e d a f t e r s u n s e t b y
an y o n e e xc e pt th e w a t c h me n r e q u ir e d f o r t h e W o r k s , an d
none of h is e mp l oy ees, exc e pt such watch men a s aforesa id,
s h al l s l e e p a t n ig h t o n a n y par t o f th e W o r k s . I n c a s e o f a ny
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o f f e n ce c o mmi t t e d by any o f t h e l ab o u r or e mp lo y e e s of t h e
C o ntr a c t o r a g a i n s t a n y o f the p r o v i s i o n s o f t h i s c o n d i t io n
th e Contr a ctor shall be liable to a penalty not ex ceedin g
Rupe es H undered f or ev ery such offen se and th e sa me s h a ll
be c har g ed t o t h e a c c o u n t o f th e Co n t r a c to r .
T r eas u r e
T r o v e All fos sils, co in s, ar ticles of valu e or antiqui ty an d
F o s s ils et c.
s tr u c tu r a l a nd o th e r r e ma i n s th i ng s o f g e o l o g i c al o r
ar c h a e o lo g i c a l i n t e re s t d is c o v er e d i n o r u p o n th e s i t e s h al l
b e a bs o lu te p r op e r t y of t h e C o r p o r atio n an d th e C on t r a c t o r
s h al l d u l y p r e s e r v e t h e m a n d s h a l l t ak e p r e c au t io n s t o
p r e v e n t h i s W o r k men or any oth e r p e r s o n f r o m r emo v in g o r
da mag ing any such arti cl es or thing a nd shall i mme d ia te ly
upon dis c o v ery t h er e o f an d b e f o r e re mo v a l a c q uai nt t h e
Engineer with such discov er y and shall fro m time to ti me
d el iv er th e s a me to s u c h p er so n o r p er s o n s a s t h e E n g in e er
may f r o m t i me to t i me a p p o i n t to r e c e iv e th e s a me a t t h e
ex p ense o f th e Corp oration.
P a ten t’ R i g ht a n d The co n tractor s h all s ave h ar mles s and ind emn if y the
Roy alti es
Corporati on fro m and ag ain s t a l l cla i ms and proceedin g s
f or o r o n a c c ou n t o f i nf r i n g e men t o f a n y P at e n t r i g h ts ,
d es i g n tr a d e mar k o r n a me o f oth er p r o t e c t e d r ig h t s i n
r es p e ct o f a n y c o ns tr u c t i o n a l p l an t , ma c h in e W o r k , o r
ma t e r ia l u s e d f o r o r i n c o n n e c t i o n w i t h t h e W o r k s o r a n y o f
the m an d fro m and ag ai nst al l cl ai ms, proceedin gs,
d a mag es , co s t s , c h a r g e s an d e x p e n s es w h ats o ev e r in r es p e c t
ther eo f or in rela tion ther eto. Ex ce pt where otherwis e
s p ec i f i e d, t h e co n t r ac to r s h a l l p a y all t o nn a g e a n d o th er
r oy alti es , r e n t a n d o th e r p ay men t s o r c o mp e n s at i o n , i f a ny ,
f o r g et t i n g s t o n e, s a n d , g r a v e l, c l ay o r o th e r mat er i al s
r eq u i r e d f or t h e W o r k s o r a ny o f th e m.
Quarry
i) Quarry for ex tr acti on of mu rum, ston e, rubbl e or an y
o th e r ma ter i a l s h a l l n o t b e ma d e a v a i l a b le by t h e
c or p o r a t i o n th e c o n tr a cto r h as t o mak e h is o w n
a r r a n g e m en t s f o r q u a r r y a t h i s co s t .
ii) T h e s u c c e s s f u l ten d er e r s h a l l s u b mi t q u a r r y p er mi t f r o m
the co mp etent au tho rity before st ar t ing th e Work
P h o t o gr a p h s o f
N o ph o t o g r a p h s o f t h e W or k o r a ny p a r t th e r e o f o r
The Works
eq u i p me n t e mp lo y ed th e r eo n s h a l l b e t ak en o r p er mi t t ed by
the c o n tr a cto r to b e tak en b y a n y o f his e mp l o y e es or an y
e mp lo y e es o f h i s s u b - c on t r a c t or w i th o u t th e p r i o r a p pr o v a l
o f t h e E n g i n e e r in w r itin g a n d n o s u ch p h o to g r a p h s s h a l l b e
p u bl i s h ed o r o t h er w i s e c ir c u la t e d w i t h o u t th e a p p r o v a l o f
th e En g in e er in w r itin g .
N o t ic es to Lo c al
( i) T he co n t r a c to r s h a l l c o mp l y w it h an d g iv e al l n o t i c e s
Bodies
r eq u i r ed u n d er a n y G o v e r n ment A u t h o ri t y , I ns t r u men t,
r u le o r o r d e r mad e u n d e r a ny A c t o f p ar l ia me n t, s t at e
l aw s o r a n y r eg u la ti o n o r By e - law s o f an y l o c a l
a ut h o r i t ie s o r p u b l i c u ti li t i e s c o n c e r n r e l a t in g t o W o r k s .
H e s h a l l b e f o r e ma kin g a n y v ar i at i on f r o m t h e co n t r ac t
draw ings necess itated by such co mp lian c e give to th e
E ng i n e e r a n o ti c e giv in g r ea s o n s f o r t h e p r o p os ed
v ar i at i on a n d o b t a i n ed E n gin e e r ’ s in s t r u ct io n s t h er e o n .
( ii ) T h e co n tr a cto r s h al l p ay an d in d e mn i f y t h e C o r p o r at i o n
agains t any liab il ity in respect of a ny fees o r ch arg es
p ay ab le u n d e r an y A ct o f p a r li a me nt, s t a t e law s o r any
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53.
N o t ic e s
54.
U s e o f B .I . S .
S p e ci f i c a t io n s
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G o v e r n me nta l I n s tr u men t r u l e o r o r d e r any r eg u l a t io n s
or by e- laws of an y local authority or public utility
con cern i n respe ct of the Wo rks.
S u b je c t a s o th e r w i s e p r o v id ed in th is co n tract all no ti ce to
b e g i v en o n b e h a l f o f th e C o r p o r a ti o n an d a l l o t her a c t i o n s
to b e t ak en o n i ts b e h a l f may be g iv e n or t ak en by t h e
E n g i n e e r o r a ny off i c e r f o r t h e t i me b e in g e n t r u s t e d w i t h
th e f un ct i o n s , du t i e s a n d p o w e r s o f t h e E n g in e er .
A l l in s t r u c t io n s , n o t i c es a n d c o m mu ni c a t io n s e t c . un d e r t h e
co n t r a c t s h a l l b e g i v e n in w r i t i n g a n d if s e n t b y r e g i s t e r e d
p o s t to th e l a s t k n ow n p l ac e o r a b o d e o r b u s i n e s s o f t h e
C o ntr a c t o r s h al l b e d e e me d to h a v e b ee n s e r v ed o n t h e d a t e
w h en i n t h e o r d i n ar y c ou r s e o f po s t t h es e w o u ld h a v e b e e n
s e r v e d o n o r d el iv er ed t o h i m.
I n c a s e w h er e n o p a r ti c u l ar s pe c if i c a t i o n is g i v en f o r an y
ar t i c l e t o b e u s ed u n d er th e co n t r a c t, th e r el ev a n t
s p ec i f i c a t io n , w h e r e o n e B . I . S . e xi s t s , o f t h e B e au r o o f
I nd i a n S t a n dar d s s h a l l a p p ly .
P A R T – III
WORK PROCEDURE
55.
56.
57.
Signature of Tenderer
P o s s es s io n o f
Site and Ac c e ss
T h er e to .
The C o r p o ratio n w i ll, w i t h t h e E n g i n e e r ’s n ot i ce t o
co mmence th e Works, give to th e Con tractor possession of
th e Site.
S u ch ac ce ss, as is in ac co r d an c e w ith t h e Co n tr act, is to b e
provided by the Corporation as may be requ ir ed to en ab le
the Contr actor to co mmen ce and proce ed with the ex e cu tio n
o f th e W o r ks i n acc or d a n c e w i t h th e p r o g r a mme r e f er r ed t o
in C laus e 86 if any , and o ther w is e in a ccordan ce with such
r ea s o n ab l e p r o p o s a ls a s t he C o n tr a c t o r s h all, b y n o ti c e t o
the Eng ine er make.
T h e C o r p o r atio n w i l l , f r o m t i me to ti me as t h e W o r k s
p r o c e ed , g i v e t o t h e C on tr a c to r po s s es s io n of s u ch f u r t h er
portions of the Site as ma y be required to en able th e
C o ntr a c t o r to p r oce ed w i th t h e e x e c u tio n o f t h e W o r k s w ith
d u e d is p at ch i n a cc o r d an c e w i t h s u c h p r og r a mme o r
proposals, as the ca se may be.
F a ilu r e t o G i v e The co n tractor sho u ld not e t h at th e s ite for Work may be
P o s s es s io n
ma d e av a il ab l e b y th e C o r p or a ti o n i n f u ll o r i n p ar t an d
tha t the contra ctor shal l p lan his Works to co mme n surat e
w i th t h e h a n di n g o v er t h e s i t e. N o c l a i m o f c o mp e n s at io n
o n a c co u n t o f d e la y in mak i n g a v a il a b l e t h e S i te s h a l l b e
p ay ab le t o t he c o n tr a cto r . H o w e v er , t i me e x ten s io n f o r
co mp l e t i n g th e W o r k s h all b e g i v en t o th e C o n tr actor i n
case of su ch del ay .
U n f o r es ee ab l e
I f , h o w e v er , d u r i n g t h e e x e c u t i o n o f th e W o r k s t h e
P hy s i ca l
C o ntr a c t o r e n co u n t e r s p h y s ic al o b s tr u c t i o n s o r p hy sica l
O b s t r u ct i o n s
o r co n d i tio n s , o t h er th a n c l i mat i c co n d it io n s o n th e S it e ,
Condition s
w h ich o b s t r u ct io n s or co n d it i o n s w e r e , i n h i s o p in i o n , n o t
foreseeab le by an ex p erien ced contra ctor, the Contrac to r
s h al l f o r t h w ith giv e n o t i c e t h er e o f t o th e E n g in e er . O n
r ec ei p t o f s u c h n o ti c e , t h e E n g i n e e r s h a l l , if i n h is o p i n io n
s u ch o b s t r u ct io n s o r c o n d i t i o n s c o uld n o t h a v e b e en
r ea s o n ab l y f o r es ee n by an ex p e r i e n c e d c o n tr a c t or , af t er d u e
co n s u l ta t i o n w it h t h e C o n tr a cto r , d et e r mi ne : a n y e x t e n s i o n
of ti me t o w h ich th e C o n tra c to r i s en t i t l e d u n d er C l aus e 8 0.
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D r a w i ng s :
C u s t o d y of
D r a w i ng s
59.
One
co py
Drawing to
Kept on Site.
60.
D i s c r ep an c i es
in D r aw ings or
S p e ci f i c a t io n s
61.
E n gin e er to h a v e
P o w e r to I s s u e
F u r t her Dr a w in g s
o r I ns tr u c ti o n s
Signature of Tenderer
of
be
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T h e D r aw in g s s h a l l r e mai n i n t h e s o l e c u s t o dy of E n g in e e r ,
but tw o c o p i es t h e r eo f ’ s h a l l b e f u r ni s h e d t o t h e C ont r act or
f r e e o f ch a r ge. T h e C o n tr a ct o r s h a ll p r o v id e a n d mak e a t
h is o w n e x p en s e a n y f u r th e r c op i es r e q u i r ed by h i m. A t t h e
co mp letio n of th e Contract, the Cont ractor shall retu rn to
th e E n g in e e r a l l d r a w i n g s p r ov i d ed u n d er t h e C o n tr a ct.
O n e co p y of th e d r a w in g s , f ur n i s h ed t o th e C o n tr a cto r s a s
af oresaid, shal l b e kept by th e Con tractor on the site an d
the s a me shal l at a ll reas onabl e times b e avai lab le for
in s p e ct i on an d u s e by th e E n g in e er an d th e E n g in e er ’ s
R ep r e s en t at iv e an d by a ny o t h er p er s on s o r g a n iz a t i on by
th e En g in e er in w r itin g .
The d r a w i n g s an d s p ec if i c a t i o n s ar e to be cons idered a s
mu t u al ly e xp l an a to r y o f e a ch o th e r , d e t a i l e d d r aw in g s
b ei n g f o l l o w ed i n p r ef e r en c e to s ma l l s ca l e d r a w in g s a n d
f ig u r ed d i men s i o n s in p r e f er e n c e to s ca l e a n d s pe c i a l
co n d i tio n s i n p r e f er e n c e t o g e n er al c on d i tio n s . S pe c i a l
co n d i tio n s or d i me n s io n s g i v en i n t h e s p e c i f i c a t i on s s h al l
s u p er s e d e a l l e ls e . S h o u ld a n y d i scr ep an c i e s , h o w e v er
ap p ear , o r s h o u l d a n y mis u n de r s t an d i ng a r is e as t o t h e
me a n i n g a n d i mp o r t o f t h e s a id s p e c i f i c at io n s o r d r a w in g s ,
o r as to me a n i n g an d a s to t h e to t h e d i men s i o n s o r t h e
q u al it y of t h e ma t e r ia ls o r t h e d u e an d p r o p er e xe c u t i o n o f
th e W o r k s , o r a s to t h e mea s u r e m e n t o r q u al it y an d
v al u a t io n o f th e W o r k s ex e c u t e d u n d e r t h is C o n t r a c t, o r a s
ex tr a th ereupon the sa me shall b e explained by the
Engin e e r b e b in d in g up o n t h e C o n tra c to r an d C ontr act or
s h al l ex e c u t e th e W o r k ac c o r d i n g s u c h e xp l an a t i o n ( s u b je c t
as a f o r es a id ) a n d w i th o u t e x t ra ch a r g e o r d e d u ct i on t o o r
f r o m t h e c o n tr a c t an d s h a l l a l s o d o a l l s u ch W o r k an d
th i n g s a s may b e n e ces s a r y f o r th e p r o pe r c o mp l et io n o f
W o r k s as i mp l i e d b y t h e D r aw in g s an d S p ecif i c a ti o n s , e v e n
th o u g h s u c h W o r k s an d th i n g s a r e n o t s p e c i f i c al ly s h own
an d d es cr i bed in t he s a id D r a w in g s an d S p e ci f i c at i on s . T h e
f in a l d e c i s i o n o f th e C o mmi s s io n e r in c as e a r ef e r e n c e b e
ma d e to h i m un d e r C la u s e N o . 8 9 be b in d in g u p o n t h e
Contrac tor and Contra cto r shall ex ecu t e the Wor ks
a c co r d i n g t o s u c h e x p l a n at i o n ( s u b je ct t o a f o r esa id ) a n d
s h al l als o d o a ll s u c h W o r k s a n d r eq u i r ed t h in g s a s may b e
n e c es s ar y f o r t h e p r o p er c o m p le t io n o f W o r ks a s i mp l ied b y
th e d r a w i n g s an d s p e c i f i c at i o n s , e v e n th o u g h s u ch W o r k s
an d th i n g s a r e n o t s p e c i f i c al ly s h o w n a n d d e s c r ib e d i n t h e
s a id d r aw i n g s an d s p e ci f i c at i o n s .
The Eng ine er shall hav e th e power and au thori ty from ti me
to t i me a n d at a ll ti me s to mak e an d is su e s u ch fu r th er
dr a wi n g s
and
to
give
such
further
in s t r uct ions
an d d ir e c t io n s a s may ap p e ar to h i m n ec es s a r y or p r o p e r f o r
th e g u i d an c e o f t h e C o n tr a c t o r a n d t h e g o o d an d s u f f i c ie n t
ex ecu tion of the
Works
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ter ms
of
th e
s p ec i f i c a t io n s a nd C o ntr a c t o r s h al l r e c e iv e , ex e cu t e o b ey
an d b e b o un d by t h e s a me, a c c o r d in g t o th e tr u e in t en t an d
me a n i n g th e r eo f , a s f u l ly an d ef f e c t u al ly a s t h ou g h t h e
sa me had acco mp a nied or h ad b een men tion e d or referred
to in t h e s p e c i f i c at io n . T h e E n g i n e e r may a l s o a l t er o r v ar y
th e l ev e ls or po s it i o n o f a ny W or k s co n t e mp la t e d by t he
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spec ifi cat ions, or may order any of the Works conte mp l at ed
th er eb y to be o mi tted, w ith or withou t th e substitution o f
an y o t h er W o r k s in l ie u t h e r eo f , o r may o r d er a n y W o r k o r
an y p o r tio n o f W or k ex e cu t ed o r p a r t i a l ly e x ec u t ed , t o b e
r e mo v ed , c h a ng e d o r al t e r ed , an d if n e e d f u l , may o r d er th a t
o th e r W o r k s s h al l b e s u b s t i t u t e d i n s te ad t h er e o f an d
d if f er e n ce o f e x p en se o c c as io n e d b y an y s u c h d i mi n u tio n o r
al t e r a t io n s o o r d e r ed an d d i r e c t e d s h al l b e ad d ed t o o r
d ed u c t e d f r o m th e a mo un t o f t h is C o n t r a c t a s p r o v i d e d
u n de r th e C l a u s e N o. 1 0 1 a n d 1 0 2 . N o W o r k w h ich r a d i c al ly
ch a ng es t h e or i g in a l n at u r e o f t h e C o n t r ac t s h a l l be or der ed
by t h e E n g i n e e r a n d i n t h e e v e n t o f an y d e v ia t io n b ei n g
o r d e r ed w h ich in th e o p in ion o f t h e C o n t r a c to r c h an g es t h e
o r i g in a l n at u r e o f C o n tr a c t h e s h al l n ev er t h e l e s s c ar r y i t
o u t a n d d i s a gr e e m e nt a s to t h e n at u r e of th e W o r k an d
th e r at e to b e p a id t h er ef or e s h al l b e r e so lv ed in a cco r d an c e
with Clau se N o .114.
The t i me for comp l et ion of the Works , shall in t he ev ent of
any devi ations res ulting in addi tio nal cost over the
C o ntr a c t S u m b e in g o r d e r ed , b e e x ten d ed o r r ed u c ed
r ea s o n ab l y by th e E n g in e er . T h e E n g in e er ’ s d e c i s io n in t hi s
case sh al l be fin al.
L ev e ls
A ll lev els r efer r ed to in co n n e ct io n w ith th ese Wo r k s ar e
b as e d o n G r eat T r i g o n o me t r i c s u r v e y ( G . T .S . ) lev els . T h e
C o ntr a c t o r s h o u l d a ls o k e ep t h e l e v el in g i ns tr u men t i n go o d
W o r k i ng c o n di ti o n t h r o u gh o u t t h e p e r i o d o f co n s t r u ct io n
W o r k o n s it e. T he co n t r a c t o r s h al l ma k e ar r a n g e men t o f
T o t a l S u r v ey S t atio n a s an d w h e n r e q u ir e d o n s i t e .
S ett ing O u t th e The E ng i n e e r s h a l l s u p p ly d i me n s io n ed d r aw i n g s , lev el s
W o rk .
an d o th e r i nf o r ma t i o n n e c es s ary to en a bl e t h e C on t r a c to r to
s e t o u t th e w o r k s . T h e C o n tr a c to r s h a l l p r o v i d e al l s e tt in g
o u t a p p ar atu s a t h i s o w n c o s t , s u ch a s l e v e lin g i n s t r u me n t s
in goo d w o r k i n g c o n d it io n a n d a p pl i a n c e s , a l l p e g s, r angin g
r od s , lo n g me a s u r in g r o d s , mar k e d me t e r s a n d or g a n i z at io n
an d e a c h met er a n d o r g a n iz a t io n n u mb e r ed , p o t s an d s i g h t r ai ls , b o n i n g r o d s , mo u lds , t e mp l a t e s , t o t a l s t a t io n et c .
to g e th e r w it h an y r ea s o n a b l e n u mb e r o f l ab o u r er s th a t may
b e r e q u ir e d a nd s e t o u t th e w o r k a n d b e r es po n s i b le f o r t h e
accur acy of the sa me . Th e Contrac tor shall ame nd a t his
own cost and to th e sa tisf action of th e Engin ee r any erro r
f ou n d a t an y s t a g e w h ich may a r i s e th r o u g h in a c c u r a t e
s e t t in g ou t . T h e C o n tr a c t o r s h a l l p r o t e c t an d pr e s e r v e a l l
ben ch ma rk s u s ed in s et t i n g o u t th e w o rk till t h e end o f
Defects Liabi lity period un les s th e Engineer directs it s
e a r ly r emo v a l . C on t r a c to r s h o u ld a ls o k e ep l e v el in g
in s t r u me n t i n g oo d w o r k i ng c o n d i t i o n t hr o u g h o u t t h e
p er i o d o f c on s tr u c t i o n w o r k on s it e.
W o rk s
C l o s e d N o W o r k s h al l b e do n e b e t w een s u n set an d s u n r is e o r o n
B e tw e e n S u n s e t S u n d ay or M un i c ip al h o l id ay s an d e x c e p t w i t h t h e s pe c ia l
a n d S u n r ise o r o n s a nc t io n o f th e E n g in e er in w r it in g p r e v io u s l y o b t ain ed an d
S u n d ay s
a n d th e w i th h o ld i n g of s u c h s a n ct io n s s h a l l b e n o g r o u n d o f
Ho lida y s
co mp l a in t o n th e p ar t o f co n t r a c to r or c au s e f o r
co mp en s a tio n to h i m, o r e x cu s e f o r n o t c o mp l e t i ng t h e
W o r k w it h in t h e c o n tr a ct p e r i o d . T he p e r io d w i t h i n w h i c h
th e W o r k h a s to b e c ar r i ed o u t an d c o mp l e t e d h as b e en
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f ix e d in t er ms o f t h i s c la u s e w it h th e p r o vi s i o n th a t t h e
to t al n u mb er of h o u r s o f W or k p e r mi s s i b l e s h a l l n o t e x c e e d
4 8 h o u r s in a w e e k a n d i n n o c as e mo r e t h a n 8 h o ur s o n an y
W o r k i ng d a y , th e a c t u a l ti me w i th i n w h ich t h e s a id h o u r s
s h al l b e W o r k ed b ei n g s u b je c t t o mu t u a l ar r an g e me n ts w i th
the Contr actor at the co mme n c e me n t of the Wo rks or from
ti me to t i me a s may b e r e q u i r e d an d p r o vi d e d t h at a l l
W o r k s s hal l b e s t o pp e d f o r r e s t a n d mea ls f o r o n e h o u r a t
ab o u t mi d -d ay e xc l us iv e o f t h e p er mi s s ib l e h o u r s a f or e s a i d
f or t h e W o rk s .
T h o u g h s a n c t i o n ma y b e ac c o r d e d to th e
C o n t r a c to r
to
W o r k on d ay s a n d at t i me s o t h er w i s e n o r mal ly n o nper miss ib le und er this Con tract, th e Contra cto r shall b e
required to be ar th e cos t for such su pervis ion as in th e
opinion o f th e Eng ineer may be necessary at th ese ti mes.
I t s h o u ld b e d i s ti n ct ly u nd er s t o o d t h a t th e gr a n tin g o f
p er mis s io n t o W o r k ex t r a h o ur s o r t o W or k on S u n d ay s an d
h o li d a y s w il l b e e n tir e l y at t h e d is c r e t io n o f t h e E n g in e er
and cann ot be c lai me d by the contr actor as a mat ter of
r ig h t. I f on t h e o t h e r h a n d t h e E n g in e er r eq u i r e s t h a t t h e
W o r k s ha l l b e p r oce ed ed w it h o n d ay s a nd at ti mes
otherwis e nor ma lly non-per missible under th is contract th e
contrac tor shall proceed wi th the Wor k but he will no t be
r eq u i r e d i n s u ch ca s es to be a r th e co s t o f t h e M u n ic ip a l
es ta bl i s h me n t e mp lo y e d at t h e t i me .
T h e co n t r a c to r a t a ll ti mes d u r in g t h e c o n t i n u an c e o f t hi s
co n t r a c t s h al l in a l l h i s d e a l in g s w it h lo c a l l ab o u r f or t h e
ti me b ei n g e mp lo y e d o n th e W o r k s c o nte mp l a t ed b y th i s
co n t r a c t h a v e d u e r eg ar d t o a ll l o c a l f e s t iv a ls an d r e l i g iou s
o r o t h er c u s to ms a nd a l l d is p u t es , ma tt er s a n d que s t io n s
ar i s i ng b et w e en th e co n t r a c to r a n d any o f h i s a ge nt o n t h e
o n e h an d a n d a n y l o c a l l a b o u r o n t h e o th er h an d w i th
respe ct to any ma tt er or th in g in any way connected wi th
this con tra ct sha ll be decid e d by the Co mmi ssi oner w hos e
d e c is io n s h al l b e f i n a l an d b in d i n g on a l l p a r t i e s .
The Con tractor shall ex ecut e and co mple te the Works an d
re medy any defects therein in strict accordan ce with t h e
Contrac t t o the s at is fac tion of the Eng in eer.
The duti es of the repres en t at ive of th e Engin eer ar e to
ch e ck , w at ch a n d s u p e r v i s e W or k a n d t o t e s t a n d ex a mi n e
an y mat e r i al to b e u s e d o r W or k ma n s h i p e mp l o y ed
in c o nn e c t i on w i th t he W o r k s . H e s h al l h a ve n o a u th o r i ty to
r el i e v e th e C on tr a c to r o f a n y o f his d u ti es o r o b li g at ion s
under th e contr act n o r to exce pt as expr ess ly provided h ere
under or els ewhere in th e co n tr a c t t o o r der a ny W or k
involving delay or any ex tra pay men t b y the Corpor ation o r
to mak e a ny v ar i at i o n o f or i n t h e W o r k s .
F a ilu r e o f th e r e p r e s e n t a t i v e o f t he E n g i n e e r to d is ap p r o v e
an y W or k o r mat er ia l s h a l l n o t p r e ju d i c e t h e p o w e r o f t h e
Engineer
th e r e a f ter
to d is ap p r o v e
such
W or k
or
ma t e r ia l a n d to o r d er t h e p u l lin g do w n , r e mov al o r
br e a k in g u p t h er e o f.
I f t h e co n tr a cto r s h a l l b e d is s a t is f i ed w i th an y d e cis io n o f
th e r e p r e s e n t a t iv e o f th e E n g in e e r h e s h al l b e e n t i tl ed
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69.
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to r ef e r th e ma t t er t o th e E n g in e e r w ho s h al l t h er e up o n
co n f i r m, r ev er s e o r v ar y s u c h d e cis i o n.
T h e w ho l e o f t h e W o r k s h all b e u n d e r th e d i r e c t i o n o f t h e
E n g i n e e r , w h o s e d e cis i o n s h al l b e f in a l, c o n cl u s iv e a n d
b in d i ng o n all p ar t i es to th e co n tr a c t, o n al l q u e s t io n s
r el at in g t o t h e c on s tr u ct i on a n d mea n i n g o f p la n s , W o r k in g
d r a w i n g s , s ec ti o n s a n d s pe c ifi c a ti o n s c o n n e c t e d w it h t h e
Work.
The Contractor or his ag en t s h all be i n attend a n ce at th e
s it e ( s ) d u r i n g a l l W o r k i n g h o u r s an d s h a ll s u p e r v is e t h e
ex ecu tio n of the Works with such additional as sistance in
each
tr ade as
th e Engin ee r may
consider
necess ary .
O r d er s g i v en
to
th e
Contractor’s
a g e n t s ha l l
be cons id ered to h av e th e s a me force as if th ey had be en
give n t o t h e C on tra c to r h i ms e lf .
T h e E n g i n e e r s h al l c o mmu n i c at e o r c o nf i r m h i s in s tr u c t i o n
to th e Co n tra cto r in resp e ct of the ex ecution o f Work in a
“W o r k s s i t e o r d er B o o k ” ma in t ai n ed i n th e o f f i c e o f t h e
Engineer
and
th e
C o n t r a c to r o r h i s a u t h o r iz ed
r ep r e s en t a t iv e s h a ll co n f i r m r e ce ip t o f s u c h in s t r u ct io n s b y
s ig n i n g th e r e l e v a n t en t r i e s i n th i s b o o k . I f r eq u i r ed b y t h e
C o ntr a c t o r h e s h a l l b e f u r ni s h e d a ce r ti f i e d tr u e co p y o f
s u ch
i n s tr u c t i o n ( s ) .
I f th e
Contractor
f a ils
to
co mp ly with the i n struction (s ) of the Eng ineer , th e
Engineer may i mpo se th e d aily penalty of Rs.500 (Rupees
F iv e H u n d r ed ) f o r e a c h o f s u ch d ef a u lt s . T h i s p en al t y w il l
n o t p r e j u d ic e t h e r ig h t o f t h e M un ic i p al C o mmi s s io n e r o r
the Eng ine er to cl ai m co mp e n sat ion.
A W o r k or d e r b o o k s h al l b e mai n t a in e d o n s i t e an d i t s h a l l
b e th e p r o p er t y o f C o r p o r a t io n a n d t he Co n tr a c to r s h al l
p r o mp tl y s i g n o r d er s g i v en t h er e in by E n g i n e er or h i s
r ep r e s en t a t iv es an d h is s u p e r io r of f i c e r s an d c o mp ly w ith
th e m. T h e Co n tr a cto r sh al l r epo r t th e co mp li an c e in go o d
ti me s o t h a t i t c a n b e c h e c k e d . T h e co n tr a c to r w i ll b e
al lo w ed t o c o p y o ut i n s t r u c t i o n th e r e i n f r o m t i me to ti me.
E i th e r th e E n g in e er o r th e Co n t r a c t o r s may r e qu i r e t h e
o th e r to at t e n d M a n ag e me n t me e t in g . T h e b us in e s s o f a
ma n ag e men t mee t i n g s h a ll b e t o r e v i e w t h e p la n s f o r
r e mai n in g W or k s .
E n g i n e e r s s h al l r e c or d t h e b u s i n e s s o f man ag e me n t
me e t i ng s an d i s t o p r o vi d e co p i es o f his r e c o r d t o t ho s e
at t e n d in g th e me e t i n g s . T h e r es p o n s i b il ity o f th e p ar t i e s f o r
actions to be taken is to b e d e cid ed by th e Eng ineer eith er
at th e man age men t me etin gs or after the ma nag e ment
me e t i ng s an d s ta te d i n w r i ti n g to all w h o a tt en d t h e
me e t i n g s .
(a) Material to be p r ovided b y th e Contractor:
T h e C o n t r a c to r s h a l l , a t h is o w n e x p en s e, p r o vi d e a l l
ma t e r ia l s req u ir e d f o r t he W o r k s .
A l l ma t e r ia ls to b e p r o v i ded by t h e C o n tr a cto r s h al l b e i n
co n f o r mi t y w i th t h e s p e ci f ic a t io n s la id d o w n i n t h e
co n t r a c t an d th e C o n t r a c to r s h all, f u r n ish p r o of t o t he
satisfacti on of th e Engin eer th at th e mat er i als so co mp ly .
C o ntr a c t o r s h a l l p r o d u ce p r o o f v iz . c h al la n s , b il ls ,
v o uch er s et c. s o as to en s u r e th a t th e ma ter i al w as b r o u gh t
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on sit e an d quantiti es used as per the n o r ms, sp ecifi cation s
et c.
O f f ic er s o f t he C o r p o r a ti o n c o n c er n e d w it h th e W or k s ha l l
be en titled at any ti me to ins p ect and ex a mi n e any ma terial
in t en d e d t o b e u s e d in o r o n t h e W or k s ei th e r o n th e s i te o r
at f a c to r y or W o r ks h op o r o th e r p l a c e s w h er e s u ch
ma ter ials are ass e mb led, fabr ica ted or manuf ac t ured or at
an y place (s) w h er e thes e ar e lay ing or from whi ch thes e ar e
being ob tain ed and th e Con tractor shal l giv e such facilit ie s
as may b e r eq u ir e d f o r s u ch in s p e c t i o n a n d e x a mi n at i o n .
T h e ma t e r i a ls b r ou g h t o n s it e o u ts i d e W or k i n g h o u r s s ha l l
be st ack ed s ep arat ely till they are insp ect ed by th e
E n g i n e e r o r h is r e p r es en t a t iv e.
A l l ma t e r i a ls br o u g h t to t h e s it e s h al l n ot b e r e mo v ed o f f
th e s i te w i th o u t th e p r i o r w r i tt en a p p r o v a l o f t h e E n g in e er .
But whenev er the Works are final ly co mple ted th e
C o ntr a c t o r s h a l l a t h i s o w n e x p en s e f o r th w i th r e mo v e f r o m
th e s it e a l l s u r p lu s mat e r i als o r ig i n a l ly s u p p li e d by h i m.
The Contr actor sh all, at h is o w n expen se and without d elay ,
s u p p ly t o t he E n g in e er s a mp l e s o f mat e r i a ls pr o p o s e d t o b e
u s ed in th e W o r k s . T h e E n g i n e e r s h a ll w it h in s e v e n d a y s o f
s u p p ly o f s a mp l e s or w i th i n s u ch f u r t h er p e r i o d a s h e m ay
require and in ti ma ted to th e Contractor in writing, inform
th e C o n tr a cto r w h e th e r th e s a mp l es ar e a p p r o v e d by h i m o r
n o t. I f th e s a mp les a r e n o t a p p r ov e d t h e C on t r a c to r s h a l l
f or t h w i th a r r an g e to s u p p l y to t h e E n g in e er f o r a p pr o v a l
f r e s h s a mp l es c o mp l y i n g w it h t h e s p e ci f i c a t io n s l a i d d o w n
in the con tract.
T h e E n g in e er s h al l h av e f u l l p o w e r s t o r e q u i r e r e mo v al o f
an y o r a ll o f th e mat e r i a l s b r o u g h t t o s i t e b y t he C on t r a c t o r
w h ich is n o t in a cc o r d an c e w it h t h e c o n tr a ct s p e ci f i c a t io n s
o r w h ich d o n o t c o nf o r m i n ch a r ac t e r o r q u a li ty t o t h e
s a mp l es a p p r ov e d b y h i m. I n c as e o f d ef a u lt o n th e p a r t o f
the Con tra ctor in re moving the reje ct ed ma t erials, t h e
E n g i n e e r s h al l b e a t l i b e r ty t o h av e t h e m r e mo v ed by o t h er
me a ns . T h e E n g in e e r s h a l l h a v e f u l l p o w er s t o p r o c u r e
o th e r p r o p e r ma t e r ia ls to b e s u b s t i tu ted f o r r ej e ct e d
ma ter ials and in the even t of th e C on tr actor ref u sing to
co mp ly ; he may c au s e th e s a me to b e s up p l i e d b y o t h er
me a ns . A ll co s t s , w h i ch ma y a tt en d u p o n s u ch r e mo v a l
an d / o r s u b s t i tu t i o n , s h al l b e b o r n e by t h e C o n tr a cto r .
S u b je c t a s h er e in a f t e r p r o v id e d i n C l a u s e N o . 9 8 a l l ch a r g e s
o n ac co u n t of O ct r oi, t e r min a l o r s al es tax an d o t h e r dut i e s
o n mat er i al o b t a in e d f o r t h e W o r k s f r o m a ny so u r ce s h a l l
b e b o r n e by th e C o n t r a c to r .
Th e E n g in e er sh al l b e en t it led to h av e tes ts c ar r ied ou t as
spec ifi ed in the co ntra ct for any ma te rials supp li ed by the
C o ntr a c t o r o th e r t h an th o s e f o r w h ich a s s t a te d a b o v e,
satisfacto ry proof has already been pro duced, at the co s t o f
th e C o n tr a cto r an d t h e C o n tr a cto r s h al l p r o v i d e a t h i s
ex p ense all f acili ti es which the Engineer may require for
the purpo se.
If no tes t s ar e s p ec ified in t he contr act, an d su ch tes ts a r e
r eq u i r e d by t he E n g in e er th e C o n tr a cto r s h al l p r o v id e a l l
f ac il it i e s r e q u ir e d f o r th e p u r p o s e an d ch a r g e s f o r
th e s e t e s t s s h a l l b e b o r n e by t h e C o n tr a cto r o n l y i f t h e t es t s
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disc los e that th e s aid mat eri als ar e no t in ac co r d an ce with
th e p r o v i s io n o f th e co n t r a c t.
The cos t of the ma teri als co nsu me d i n test sh all b e bor ne
by the Contractor in al l cases ex cept when otherwis e
p r o v i d ed .
F o r c ar r y in g o u t t e s t s o n s o i l, c e me n t, s an d , a g gr e g a t e ,
br ic k a n d c o n cre t e e t c. th e s t a n d ard w i ll b e as p re scr i b ed in
r el ev a n t I . S . T h e E n g i ne e r may d i r e c t t h e C o n tr a cto r s t o
get the s a mp l es of mat eri als tes ted in CIDCO, PWD, V JTI,
I I T, o r a n y a p p r o v e d l a b or a t o ry o ut o f t h o s e a c c r ed i t ed b y
N a tio n a l A cc r ed i t a tio n B o ar d o f L a b o r at o r i e s , G o v t. o f
I nd i a . T h e r es u lts of t h e t e s t s s h al l b e b in d i n g o n t h e
C o ntr a c t o r a nd C o r p or a t io n . I n cas e t h e C o n tr a c t o r d i s p u t e s
th e r es u l t s o f tes t s , i t i s o p e n f o r h i m to as k f o r t h e r etes tin g in w h ich c ase th e co st s h al l b e b o r ne by th e
Contrac tor. The d ecis ion of th e Eng ine er on ac cep t ab i li ty
o r r e - te s t i n g by C o r p o r a t io n o r tes t in g a g a i n in d ep en d en tly
in V J T I or I I T w il l b e b in d i ng o n b o th th e p ar t ies to t h e
co n t r a c t.
of ( a) T h e C o n t r a c to r s h al l a t h i s o w n ex p en s e p r ov i d e an d
f u r ni s h hims e l f w i t h s h ed s a n d y ar d s in s uc h s i t u a t io n s
a nd in s u ch n u mb e r s a s , i n t h e o pi n io n o f th e E n g in e er
a re r e qu i s i t e f o r c a r ry in g out th e Works under this
contr ac t, and th e C o ntractor shal l ke ep at each of such
s h e d s a n d y ar d s a s u f f ic ie n t q u a n t i t y o f mat er i als in
stock so as not to delay the carry ing out th e Works
w i th d u e
ex p e d i t io n a n d t he E n g i n e e r an d h is s u b o r d in a t e s s ha l l h a v e f r e e a c c e s s t o t h e s a i d s h e d s o r
y ard s a t a ny ti me f o r th e p u rp o s e o f i n s p e c t in g t he s t o ck
of mat eri als s o k ept in h an d any materi al or arti cl e,
w h i ch th e E n g in eer may o b je ct t o , s h a ll no t b e b r o u g h t
u p o n o r u s e d i n t h e W o r k b u t s h a l l b e f o r t h w i th r e mo v ed
f r o m th e s h e ds o r y ar d s by th e C o n tr a cto r a t h i s o w n
c os t. T h e C o n t r a c to r w i ll h o w e v er b e al lo w ed t o u s e f o r
t he a b o v e p u r po s e th e c o mp l et ed p o r t i on o f t h e
build ings if av ai lab le.
( b) G e n e ral :
C e me n t b r o u g h t o n s i t e b y t h e C on tr a c to r s s h al l b e
s t o r e d i n w a t er p r o o f g o d ow n w i th t w o lo c k s o n e a ch
d o o r . T h e k e y o f o ne l o ck o f e a ch d o o r s h al l r e m a in w i th
the Engin e er or his represen tativ e an d th at of the oth er
l oc k w it h t h e C o n tr a c t o r ’ s o r g an i s at i o n a g en t a t s i t e o f
W o r k s s o th a t c e me n t . is r e mo v e d f r o m t h e g o d o w n o n ly
a cc o r d i n g to d ai ly r e q ui r e me nt s w i th t h e k n o w l ed g e o f
both the p arties.
of T h e C on t r ac to r s h a l l , p r o d u c e a l l qu o t a t io n s, i n vo i c e s
v o uc h er s a nd a c co u n t s o r r e ce ip t s e t c. t o p r o v e t h at t h e
ma ter ials s u pplied by him are in confor mit y with th e
spec ifi cat ions l aid down in the Contr act and the s a me ar e
b r o u g h t t o th e s it e a n d ut i l i z e d o n t h e s a id W o r k s .
a n d ’ T h e C o n t r a c to r s h a l l ar r a ng e at h is o w n ex p en s e a ll t o o ls ,
p la n t a n d eq u i p me n t r eq u i r ed f o r ex e c u t i on o f W o r k s . I f
r eq u i r e d by t he C o n t r a c to r a n d if a v a i lab le t h e C o r p o r at i o n
may s u p p ly s u c h o f t h e t o o ls , p l an t a n d e qu i p me n t a s a r e
av a i l ab l e, t o th e C o n tr a cto r at th e r a t es an d t e r ms t o b e
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s p ec i f i ed by th e E n g i n e e r .
N o to o l s , p la n t an d e qu i p me n t on c e br o u g h t t o th e W o r k
s it e s h a l l b e r e mo v ed w i th o u t th e w r i tt e n p er mis s io n o r
o r d e r o f t h e E n g in e er , u n t i l h e h as c e r t i f ied t h e c o mp l et io n
o f t h e W o r k.
I f a ny T ools , P la n t s a n d e q u i p me n t b r o u gh t on s i te, ar e i n
th e o p i n i o n o f th e E n g i ne e r i n ef f i ci e n t , bad o r o f i n f e r io r
q u al it y o r a r e u n s u i t ed f o r th e W o r ks t he n s u ch t o o ls , p la n t
an d e q u i p me n t s h a l l n o t b e u se d o n t h e W o r ks b ut s h a ll b e
r e mo v ed by t h e C o n t r a c to r at h is o w n e x pe n s e w it h i n
tw en t y f ou r ho u r s af t er t h e s e r v i ce o f a w ri t te n o r d er or
n o ti c e f r o m th e E n g in e er t o t h at e f f ec t an d f r e s h t o o l s ,
p la n t a n d e q u i p me n t b e s ub s ti tu t ed i n l i e u o f th a t or d e r ed
to b e r e mo v e d by th e E n gin e e r .
A l l W o r ks e mb r a c in g mo r e th a n o n e p r o ce s s s h all b e
subje ct to ex a mi n at ion and a pproval a t ea ch st age ther eo f
an d th e C o n tr a cto r s h a l l g i v e d u e n o t i c e t o t h e E n gin e e r o r
his organi zat ion rep r esen tativ e when each stag e i s ready .
In defau lt of s uch notice, th e Eng in eer s hal l b e enti tl ed to
appraise the qu ality and exten t th er eof.
N o W o r k s h al l b e c o v er e d u p o r p u t o u t of v i e w w i th o u t t h e
ap p r o v a l o f th e E n g i n e e r o r h is o r g a n i z at io n r e p r e s e n ta tiv e
an d t h e C o n tr a c t or s h al l af f o r d f u ll o p p o r tu n i ty f o r
ex a mi n a t i o n an d me as u r e me n t o f a n y W o r k w hi c h i s a b o u t
to b e co v er ed u p o r o u t o f v i ew an d f o r ex a mi n at i on o f
f ou n d a tio n bef o r e p er ma ne n t W o r k i s p l a c ed t h e r eo n .
The C o n tra cto r s h a l l g iv e d u e n o t i c e to t h e E n g in eer or hi s
organiza ti on repres enta tiv e whenev er any such Work or
f ou n d a tio n i s r ea d y f o r ex a mi n a t io n an d th e E n g in e e r o r h i s
r ep r e s en t a t iv e s h a ll w i th o u t u n r e as o n a b le d el ay , u n l es s h e
co n s i d er s it n e c e s s a r y an d i n f o r ms th e C o n tr a cto r in
w r itin g a c c o r d in g l y , a t t e n d f o r th e pu r p o s e o f ex a mi n i n g
an d mea s u r in g s u c h W o r k or e x a mi n i n g s u ch f o u n d at io n s .
In the event of th e fai lure of the Co ntractor t o give su ch
noti ce h e shal l, if required by the En gineer, u ncov er such
Work at the Contractor’s exp ense.
D e par t me n ta l o f f i c e r s c o n c e r n e d w i th t h e W o r k s s ha l l h a v e
power s at an y time to ins p e ct ex a mi n e any part of th e
Wor k s an d th e C o n t ra c to r s h a l l g i v e s uc h fa ci l i ti es as m ay
be requ ired for s u ch ins p ectio n & ex a mination.
N o p ar t o f th e W o r k s s h a l l b e co v e r ed u p or p u t o u t o f v i e w
w i th o u t t h e a p pr o v a l o f th e E n g i ne e r . T h e C o n t r a c t o r s h a l l
u n co v er a ny p a r t of t h e W o r k s a n d /o r mak e o p en i n g in o r
th r o u g h t h e s a me a s th e E n g in e er ma y f r o m t i me t o ti m e
d ir e ct f o r h is v er i f i c a t i o n a n d s h al l r e in s t a t e a n d ma k e
g o od s u c h p ar t t o th e s a t i s f a c t i o n o f t he E ng i n e e r , if an y
s u ch p a r t has b e e n c o v er ed u p o r pu t o u t o f v ie w af t er
b ei n g a p p r o v e d by th e E n g in e er an d is s u b s e q u e n t ly f ou nd
o n u n co v e r i n g t o b e ex e c u t ed in a cc o r d an c e w i t h t h e
co n t r a c t, th e e x p en s e s o f u n co v e r in g a n d /o r ma k in g
o p en i ng s in o r th r o u g h , r e i ns ta ti n g a n d mak in g g o o d t h e
s a me s h a l l b e b o r n e b y t h e C o r p o r a ti o n . I n a n y o th e r c as e
al l s u c h e x p e n s es s ha l l b e b o r n e by th e C o ntr a c t o r .
T h e Co n t r ac to r s h al l , i f r eq ui r ed by t h e E n g in e er in
wr itin g , s e ar c h u n d er th e d i r e c t i o n o f th e E n g in e er f or t he
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c a u s e o f a n y d ef e c t , i mp er f e ct io n o r f a ul t ap p e a r in g d u r i n g
th e p r o g r ess o f t h e W o r k o r in t h e p er i o d o f mai n t e n an c e.
U n les s s u ch d ef e c t, i mp er f e c t i on o r f a u lt s h a l l be o n e f o r
w h ich t h e C o n tr ac t or is l i a b l e u n d er t h e co n t r a c t, th e c o s t
o f th e W o r k car r i e d o ut b y t h e C on t r a c to r i n s e ar c h in g a s
af o r e s a i d s h a l l b e b or n e b y th e C o r p o r at io n . I f s u c h d ef e c t,
i mp er f e ct i o n o r f a u lt s h a ll b e o n e f o r w h i c h C on t r a c to r i s
li ab l e as aforesa id, th e cost of th e Work carried ou t in
sear ching as afores aid sh al l be borne by the Contractor and
he shall in such case repair, rect ify and ma ke good such
d ef e ct, i mper f ec t i o n or f a u lt , a t h is o w n ex p en s e.
I n cas e of d e f au l t o n t h e p a r t o f th e C o n tr a cto r in c ar r y in g
o u t s u c h i ns tr u c t i o n w it h in t h e ti me s p e ci f i e d th e r e i n o r , i f
not, w i th i n a re a s o n a bl e t i me , t h e C o rp o r at i o n s hall be
en t it l e d t o e mp loy a n y o t h er p er s o n s t o c a r r y ou t t h e s a m e
an d a l l c o s ts c o ns eq u e nt th e r e o n o r in c i d e n t a l t h e r eto s h a l l,
af t er d ue c o n s u l t a tio n w i th th e C o r p o r a t io n a n d t h e
C o ntr a c t o r , b e d e t e r mi n ed by t h e E n g i n e e r a n d s h al l b e
r ec o v er a b l e f r o m t h e C on t r a c to r b y t h e C o r po r a ti o n f r o m
any mo n ie s d u e o r t o b e c o me d u e to t h e C o n t r a c tor and t h e
E n g i n e e r s ha l l n o t i f y t h e C o n t r a c to r a c co r d i n gl y .
I f any U r g e n t W o r k ( in r e s p e c t w h er e o f th e d e c i s io n o f t h e
E n g i n e e r s h a l l b e f i n a l an d b i n d i ng ) b ec o me s n e c es s ar y an d
th e C o n tr a cto r is u n ab l e or un w il l i n g at o n c e t o c ar r y it
o u t, t h e E n g in e er may by his o w n o r o t h er W o r k p eo p l e
carry it out as h e may consider nec es sary .
If the urgent Work shal l be s u ch as th e Contractor is liab l e
under the con tra ct to c arry out at his exp ense all ex p ens e
in c u r r e d on by th e C o r p o r at io n s h a l l b e r e co v e r ab l e f r o m
th e C o n tr a cto r an d b e ad j u s t e d o r s e t o f f a g a in s t a ny s u m
p ay ab le t o h i m.
PA R T – IV
TIME SCHEDULE AND DELAYS
The ti me al lowed f o r executi on for the Works as s p ec ifi ed
in th e c o n tr a ct d o cu men ts sh all b e th e ess en c e o f t h e
co n tr ac t. T h e ex ecu tio n of th e W o r ks sh al l co mme n ce f r o m
th e d a t e s p e ci f i e d b y t h e E n g in e e r in w ri t i n g . I f t h e
C o ntr a c t o r f a ils o r n e g l e ct s to c o mme n c e t h e e x e c u t i o n o f
th e W o r k s a s af o r es a i d , t h e C o r p or a t i o n s ha l l w it h o u t
p r e j u di c e t o an y o t h er r i g h t o r r e me d y b e a t l i b er t y to
f or f eit th e secu r ity dep o si t ab s o lu tely .
In any cas e w h er e the ti me prescrib ed for co mp l et ion of
an y w or k is e x clu s iv e of mo ns o on p e r i o d . N o n ew tr e n ch
Work should be started after 15 t h M ay and exis ting tren ches
ar e requ ired to be reinst ated by 31 s t M ay ev er y y ear . The
s it e s ha l l b e c l e ar ed in a l l r e s p ec t i n c l u d in g r e mo va l o f
s u r p lu s mat er i a l o n o r b ef o r e 1 0 t h June of every y ear. The
mo n s o o n p e r io d s h al l b e d ee me d t o b e f r o m 1 0 t h June to
3 0 t h Sept. of the cal end ar y ea r.
H o w e v er , if t h e C o n tr a cto r i s p e r mi t t e d by t he E ng i n e e r to
W o r k d u r in g a n y mo n s o o n . P e r io d , a l l s u ch p er i o d s h a l l b e
tak en in t o a c co u n t f o r t h e c al cu l a t in g th e c o n tr a ct p e r i o d
o n p r o - r at a b as i s as u n d e r .
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I n t h e e v e n t o f t h e Co n t r a c to r f ai l in g to c o mp l y w it h th i s
co n d i tio n. H e s h a l l b e li a b l e t o p ay a s co mp en s a tio n a s
sta ted in Cl au se N o . 9 0 .
I f t h e w o r k b e d el a y ed b y –
( a) F o r c e me a s ur e s u c h a s a ct s o f G o d , a c t o f p u b li c en e my ,
a ct of g o v er n me n t , f l o o d s , ep i d e mi c s e t c. o r
( b) A b n or ma l ly b a d w ea th e r , o r
( c) I S er i o u s lo s s o r d a ma g e by fir e o r
( d) C iv il co mmo t io n , l o c a l c o mb i na t io n o f w or k men , s tr i k e
o r lo c k o u t a f f e c t i n g any o f t h e t r ad e s e mp lo y ed o n t h e
w o r k , or
( e) D e l a y o n t h e p ar t o f o t h er Co n t r a c t o r o r t r ad e s men
e ng ag ed by th e M u n i c i p a l C o r p or a t io n i n e x e cu t in g
w o r k s n o t f o r min g p ar t o f t h e co n t r a c t o r
( f ) T h e r e a s o n s s ta t e d in co n d i ti o n N o 8 4 a nd 8 5 .
( g) A ny oth e r cau s e, in t h e a b s o lu t e dis c r e t i o n o f t h e
E ng i n e e r .
T h e n u p o n th e hap p en i n g o f any s u c h e v en t c a u s in g d el ay ,
the Con tractor shall i mmed i at e l y giv e n o t i c e th e r eo f in
w r itin g t o th e E n g i n e e r b u t s h a l l n e v e r th el e s s u s e
co n s t an t ly h is b e s t en d eav o r s to p r e v e n t o r ma k e g o o d t h e
d el ay a n d s h all d o al l t h a t may b e r e as o n a b le r eq u i r e d to
the s at is f action of the Eng in eer to proceed wi th the work.
R eq u e s t f o r ex t e n s io n o f ti me , t o b e e l ig i b l e f o r
co n s i d er a t i o n s h a ll b e ma d e by th e C o n tr a cto r in w r it in g
w i th i n 1 4 ( f ou r t ee n ) day s of th e h ap p en i n g o f t he ev e n t
causing d elay . The Contr act or may also, if p r actic ab l e
in d i c a t e i n s u c h a r eq u e s t t h e p e r io d f o r w h ich e xt e n s io n i s
d es i r ed . I n a n y s uc h c a s e, th e e n g in e er may giv e a f a ir
r ea s o n ab l e e x t e n s i o n o f ti me f o r co mp le tio n o f i n div id u a l
it e ms o r gr o u p s o f ite ms o f w o r k f o r w h i ch s e par at e p er io d s
of co mp l etion ar e s p ecifi ed in the co n t rac t or th e conta ct as
w h o le . T h e d e cis i o n o f the E n g i n e e r i n r e g ar d to t h e
ex t ension w ill b e co mmu n icated to th e Contractor in
w r itin g w i th i n a r e a s o n a b l e t i me and the Contr a ctor s h al l
als o b e p aid s u ch co mp en s a tio n th at in th e op i n io n o f t h e
Engineer is fair and reasonab l e to cover the delay s
r es u l t i n g f r o m th e p r o v i s io n s u n d er t h e s u b c l a u s e- e ab o v e.
The ti me ex t end ed for co mple ting th e w o rk shal l b e t h e
es sen c e o f the cont rac t for the p eriod extend ed.
(a)On award of the co n tra ct, the Co ntra ctor shal l sub mi t
t he t i me s c h ed u l e f o r t he W o rk s i n t h e ‘ f o r m o f P E R T
N e t W o rk s o r Bar ch a rt in P r ima v e r a F o r ma t o r
M i cr o s o f t P r o j e c t s . T h is s h a l l b e l i n k e d t o t h e B I M
mo de l by the co n tractors BIM co-ordinator.
(b ) T h e s c h ed u l es s h a l l b e p r e p ar e d i n d i r e c t r el at i on s t o t h e
t i me s t at e d i n t h e c o n t r a c t d o c u me n ts f o r co mp l e tio n o f
i t e ms or g r o u p s o f ite ms o f W o r k a n d o r th e co n t r a c t a s
a whole. It sha ll indica te the d ates of co mme nc e me n t
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a nd c o mp l e t io n o f v a r io u s a ct iv i ti es o f th e W o r k an d
s h o u ld c o n t a i n n o a c t iv i t i e s w i th d u r a t io n g r e at er
t ha n 2 8 d ay s. M il e s to n e s w o u l d b e s o d et e r mi n e d t h at a t
l e a s t 1 0 p er c en t o f t h e e v e nt s a r e mi l e s t o n es an d n o t w o
mil es t o n e s ar e mo r e t h an 3 mo n t hs a p a r t. T h e E n g in e er
may a p p r o v e th e S c h ed u l e a s s u b mi t t e d o r s u g g es t
mo dif i c at i on s a s h e th i nk s n e c es s ary . T h e C o n t r a c t o r
s h a l l mo d if y t he ch a r t a cc o r d i n g ly an d o b ta i n E n g in e er ’ s
a pp r o v a l.
( c) T h e f i n a l i zed N et w o r k may be a men d ed f r o m t i me t o
ti me, if felt n e cessary by the Contractor, with th e
a pp r o v a l o f th e E n g in e er .
(d)A fixe d su m sh a ll b e h eld in abey an c e at the ti me of t h e
n ex t
in t er i m
p ay men t
for
n o n - a t t a in men t
of
e ac h mi l e s to n e in t h e N e tw o r k a nd s ha l l b e r el e as ed
o n ly o n co mp l e t i o n o f th e W o r k af t er d ed u c ti n g t h e
co mp ens ation for del ay if there is Co ntractor’s fault as
p er p r o v i s io n i n C l a u s e N o . 8 6 a n d p en al t y co v er ed
u n d er C l a u s e N o . 5 3 . T he f ix ed s u m s h a l l b e :
R s . 1 0 , 0 00 / - f o r all co n t r ac ts o v er R s . 2 5 L a kh s a nd u p to
t he v al u e o f R s . 1 0 0 L a kh s .
R s . 2 0 , 0 00 / - f o r all c o n tr a c t s o v er R s . 1 c r o r e a n d u p to
the v alu e o f Rs. 5 cr o r es
R s . 3 5 , 0 00 / - f o r al l c o n tr a c t s o v er R s . 5 c r or e s a n d u p to
t he v al u e o f R s . 1 0 c r o r es.
R s . 5 0 , 0 00 / - f o r a ll co n t r a c ts o v e r R s . 1 0 cr o r e s .
I f t he a t t a i n men t o f th e mil es to n e s i s d el a y ed f o r r e aso n
n o t a t t r ib u t ab l e t o t h e C o n t r a c to r s n o mon ey s w i ll b e
held in abey an ce.
D i s r u p ti o n
of T h e C o n t r ac t or s h a l l g iv e w r it t en n o ti c e t o t h e E n g in e er
P r o gr es s f o r La c k whenev er p l a nn in g o r pr o gr e s s o f t h e W o r k s i s l ik ely t o be
o f D r aw ing s .
d el ay ed or d is r up t e d u n l ess a n y f ur t h er d r aw i n g o r or d er ,
in c lu d i n g a d i r e c t i o n , i ns tr u c t i o n o r a p p r o va l , i s i s s u e d b y
the Engin eer w ithin a re as onable ti me. Th e n o ti ce s ha l l
in c lu d e d et a ils o f t h e d r a w i n g o r o r d er r e q u ir e d a n d o f w hy
an d b y w h en i t is r e q u ir e d a nd o f an y d e lay or d is r up t i o n
lik ely to be suffered if it is late.
Delays
o f I f by r ea s o n o f a ny f ai lu r e o r i n ab i li t y of t h e E n g i n e e r t o
D r a w i ng s
iss u e w i th in a t i me r easo n ab le in al l th e cir cu ms tan c es an y
d r a w i n g or o r d e r r e q ue s t ed b y th e C o n tr a c to r i n a cc o r d an c e
w i th th e c l a u s e 8 4 of th i s c o n d it i on t h e C on tr a c to r s u f f e r s
d el ay , t h en t h e E n g in e er s ha l l t ak e s u c h d el ay i n to a c c o u n t
in det ermin ing any ex ten sion of ti me to which th e
C o ntr a c t o r is e n ti tl ed u n d er s u b- c l a u s e ( g ) o f C l a u s e N o .
8 2 h e r eo f . N o mo n et a r y c la i m w il l b e e n t e r t a in ed on t h i s
accoun t.
M o n t h ly R ep o r t
T h e C o n t r a c t o r s w il l b e r e q u ir e d to s u b mi t t h e mo n t h ly
progress reports by the 2 n d d a y of th e f o llo w i n g mo n t h t o
th e E n gi n e e r . F a i l u r e o n t h e p ar t o f t h e C o n tr a cto r to
s u b mi t mo n th l y r e p or t in ti me w i ll a t tr a c t a c t i o n a s p er
C la us e N o . 8 3 .
R a te o f P r o g r e s s . I f f o r a n y r e a s o n , which do es not en title th e Contractor to
an ex t en s i o n o f ti me , t h e r at e o f p r o g r es s o f th e W o r k s o r
an y S e ct i o n i s at a ny ti me , i n th e o p i n io n o f th e E n g in e e r ,
too slow to co mp ly w ith the Ti me for Co mp letion, th e
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Suspension
W o rk
89.
S t o p p ag e
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Engineer shall so notif y th e Contracto r who shall th er eupon
tak e su ch st ep s as are nec es sary , subje ct to th e cons en t of
th e E n g in e er , t o e x p ed i t e p r o g r ess s o as to co mp ly w it h t h e
Ti me for Co mp le ti on. The Contracto r s hall no t be entitled
to an y a d d it io n a l p ay men t f o r t ak in g s u ch s t e p s . I f , a s a
r es u l t o f a n y n o ti c e g iv en by th e E n g i n e e r u n de r t hi s
C l a u s e, t h e C o n tr a cto r c o n s i d e r s t h at i t is n ec e s s ary t o d o
an y W o r k a t n i g h t or o n lo c a l l y r ec o g ni z ed d ay s o f r e s t , h e
sh al l b e e nti tl ed to seek th e consen t o f the Eng ineer so to
d o . P r ov i d ed t h at i f an y s t ep s , t a ken by th e C o n tr a cto r i n
me e t i ng h i s o bl i g a t i o n s u n d er th i s C l a u s e, i n vo l v e t h e
C o r p o r a ti o n i n ad d it i on a l s u p e r v isi o n c o s t s , s u ch co s t s
s h al l b e d et e r mi ne d b y th e E n g i n e er an d s h al l b e
recov erable fro m the Contr actor, and may be dedu ct ed by
th e C o r p o r atio n f r o m a n y mo nie s d u e o r t o b e c o me d u e t o
th e C o n t r a c to r a n d th e E n g in e e r s h a l l n o ti f y t h e
Contrac tors accordingly .
of ( a) T he C on t r a c to r s h al l, o n r e c e ip t o f th e o r d er in w r itin g
o f th e E n g in e er , s u s p e n d t h e p r o g r ess of t h e W o r k s o r
any part t h er eof for s uch ti me and in s u ch mann er as th e
Engineer may consider neces s ary for any of the
f o llo w i ng r e aso n s : (i) O n ac c o u n t o f c o n ti n u ed n o n - c omp l i a n c e o f t h e
i n s tr u c ti o n s o f th e E n g i n e e r o r a ny oth e r d e f a u l t o n
th e p art o f th e Co n t rac to r , or
(ii) f o r p r o p er ex e c u t io n o f t h e W o r k s o r p a r t th e r eo f fo r
r e as o n s o t h er t h a n t h e d e f a ul t o f th e C o n tr a c t o r , o r
( ii i ) f o r s a f et y o f t h e W or k s o r p ar t th e r eo f .
T h e Co n tr a c to r s h a l l , d u r in g s u c h s u s p e n s i on ,
p r o p er ly p r o t e c t a n d s e cu r e t h e W o r k s to t h e e x t e n t
n e ces s a r y an d c a r r y o u t t he i n s tr u c t i o n s g iv e n i n th a t
b eh alf b y the E ng in eer .
( b) I f t h e s u s p e n s i o n i s or d e r ed f o r r e as o n s ( i i) an d ( ii i) i n
sub-para (a) abov e, the Contr actor shall be en titled to an
e xt e ns io n o f ti me eq u al t o th e p e r i o d o f ev er y s uch
suspensio n plus a reason ab le t i me a s decid ed by the
E ng i n e e r .
I I f th e s u s pe n s i o n i s o r d e r ed f o r r e a s o n s o f ( i) in s ub - p a r a
( a) ab o v e , t h e E n g in e er s h a l l h a v e p o w e r s t o s u s p e nd t h e
p ay men t u n de r t h e c o n t r a c t . S uc h s u s p e n s i on o f p a y me n t
may b e c o n t in u ed u n t i l d ef au lt s h al l h a v e b ee n r e c ti f i ed.
/ If at any ti me after the ex ecu ti o n t h e c on t r a c t d o c u me n t s
/ the Eng in eer shal l for any re ason whatso ever (other th an
of d ef a u lt o n t h e p a r t o f C o n tr a c to r f o r w h ich th e c o r p o r atio n
is en ti tl ed to r esc in d th e co n t r ac t) d es ir es th at th e w h o le o r
an y p a r t o f th e W o r k s p e ci f ied i n t h e t en d e r s h o u ld b e
suspe nd e d fo r any p e r i o d o r th a t t h e w ho l e or p ar t of t h e
Work shou ld not be carried out, at al l he shall give to th e
C o ntr a c t o r a n o ti c e in w r it i ng o f s uc h d es i r e a n d u p o n t h e
r ec ei p t o f s u ch n o t i c e th e C o n tr a c t o r s h a l l f o r t h w i th
s u s p e nd o f s to p th e W o r k w ho l ly o r i n a r t as r e q ui r ed , af t er
h av i n g d u e r e g a r d t o th e a p p r op r i at e s t ag e a t w h i c h t h e
W o r k s h ould b e s t o p p ed o r s u s p e n d ed s o a s not t o c a us e
any da ma g e o r in j u ry to th e W o r k a lr e ad y d o ne o r endang er
th e s a f e t y th e r e o f p r ov i d ed th a t t h e d e c is i o n o f t h e
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Engineer as to th e stage at w h ich the Work or any part of i t
co u l d b e o r co u l d h a v e b ee n s af e ly s t o p pe d o r s u s p e n d ed
s h al l b e f in a l an d c o n cl u s iv e a g ain s t th e C o n t r a c to r . T h e
Contractor shall hav e no cl ai m to any pay men t or
co mp en s a tio n w h at s o e v er b y r e a s o n o f o r in p u r s u an c e o f
an y notice as aforesa id, on a ccount of any suspension,
s to p p a g e o r c u r t a i l me n t e x c ep t t o t h e e xt e nt s p e c i f i ed
h er e in a f t e r .
W h e r e th e t o t a l s u s p en s i o n o f W o r k o r d er e d a s a f or e s a i d
co n t in u ed f o r a c o n ti n u es p er i o d ex c e e d in g 9 0 d a y s t h e
C o ntr a c t o r s h a l l b e l ib e r ty to w i t hd r a w f r o m t h e
co n t r a c tu al o b lig at io n s u n d e r t h e c on t r a c t s o f a r a s i t
p er t ain s t o u n ex e cu t ed p a r t o f t h e W o r k by g iv i n g a 1 0 day s
p r i o r n o ti c e i n w r it in g t o t h e E n gin e e r , w i th i n 3 0 d ay s o f
th e ex p ir y o f th e s aid p er io d o f 90 day s , o f s uch in t en t io n
an d r e q u i r i ng th e E n g i n e e r to r e c or d t h e f in a l me a s u r e me n t
o f t h e W or k alr e a d y d o n e a n d to p ay f in a l b il l. U p o n g i v in g
s u ch n o t i c e t h e Co n t r a c to r s h al l b e d e e me d t o h av e b e e n
ch a r g ed f r o m h i s o b li g at io n s t o co m p le t e th e r e mai n in g
u n ex ecu t e d W o r k u n de r h is c on t r ac t. O n r ec e i p t o f s u ch
noti ce the Engi neer shall proc eed to c o mpl et e th e
measure men ts and ma k e su ch pay men ts as may be finally
d u e t o t h e C o n tr a c t o r w it h in a per io d o f 9 0 da y s f r o m t h e
r ec ei p t o f s u ch n o t i c e in r es p e c t o f t h e W o r k a lr e ad y d o n e
by th e C o n tr a cto r . S uch p ay men t sh al l n o t in an y ma n n er
p r e j u di c e t h e r i g ht o f t h e C o n tr a cto r to a n y f ur t h e r
co mp en s a tio n u n d e r t h e r e mai n in g p r o v is io n s o f t hi s
cl au s e.
Where th e Engineer required the Contr actor to s u spend the
W o r k f o r a p er i o d i n ex c es s o f 3 0 d ay s at a n y ti me o r 6 0
d ay s in t h e ag g r eg at e, th e Co ntr ac to r sh al l b e en tir e to
ap p l y t o t h e E n g in e e r w i t h i n 3 0 d ay s of t h e r es u mp t io n of
W o r k af t e r s u ch s us p e n s i o n f o r p ay me n t o f c o mpo s it io n t o
the ex tent of pecun iar y loss suffered by him in res p ect of
W o r k i ng ma c h i n er y r e mai n id e a l o n t h e s i t e o f a c c o u n t o f
his hav in g and to pay the salary or wages of, labou r
en g ag ed by h i m d u r in g th e s a id p er i od o f s u s p e n s i o n
provided alw ay s th at th e Co ntractor s h all no t be entitl ed to
an y cl ai m in r esp e ct o f any su ch W or k in g ma ch i nery , s alary
o r w a g e s f o r th e f i r s t 3 0 d a y s w h eth er c on s e c u ti ve o r i n t h e
ag g r e g a t e o r s u c h s u s p en s i o n o r i n r es p e c t o r a ny
suspens io n w h at s o ever oc casioned by unsatisfactory Work
o r any o th e r d ef a u lt o n h i s p a r t. T h e d e c i s i on o f t h e
E n g i n e e r in t h is r eg a r d s h al l b e f i n a l a nd co n cl u s i v e
ag a in s t th e C o n t r a c to r .
In the event of –
i) A ny to t al s t o p p ag e o f W o r k o n n o t i c e f r o m E n g in e er
u n d er s u b cl a us e i n t h a t b eh a lf .
ii) W it h d r a w a l b y t h e C o n tr a cto r f r o m t h e c o n t r a c tu a l
o b li g at io n s co mp l e te t h e r e mai n in g u n e x e c u t e d W o r k
u n d er s u b cl a us e
o n a cc o u n t o f co n tin u ed s u s p e n s i on o f W o r k f or a per i o d
ex ceed ing 90 day s. It s h all be open to the Contrac tor,
w i th i n 9 0 d ay s f r o m t h e s er v i c e o f
( i) th e n o t i c e o f s t o p p ag e of W o r k o r
( ii ) th e n o t i c e o f w it h d r a w a l f r o m t h e co n t r ac tu a l
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o b li g at io n s un d e r t he c o n tr a ct o n a c c o u nt o f t h e
c on t in u ed s u s p en s i o n of W o r k
( ii i) n o t i c e u n d e r cl au s e 2 0 ( 1 ) r es ul t in g i n s u ch
c ur t ai l me n t t o p r o d u c e to t h e E n g in e er s a tis f a c tor y
d o cu me n t ar y e vi d e n c e t h at he h ad p u r ch a s e d o r ag r e ed
t o p u r c h a s e ma t e r i a l f or u se in t h e co n t r ac t e d W o r k ,
b ef o r e r e c ei p t b y h i m o f t h e n o t i c e o f s t o pp a g e,
s u s p e n s io n o r c ur t ai l me n t a n d r e q u ir e G o v er n men t to
t ak e o v e r o n p ay me n t s u c h ma t e r ia l a t th e r at e d
d et e r mi n e by t h e E n g i n e e r pr o v i d ed , ho w ev e r , s u c h r a t e s
shall in n o cas e ex ceed th e rates at which the s a me was
a cq u ir e d by th e C o n tr a c t o r . T he c o r p o r a t io n s h al l
the r eaf te r t ak e o v e r t h e ma t e ri a l s s o o f fe red , pr ovi ded
the q u an t i t i e s o ff er e d , a re n o t i n ex c es s of t he
r eq u i r e me n t s o f th e u n ex e cu t ed W o r k a s s pe c if i ed i n t h e
a cc ep ted t e nd e r a n d ar e o f q u al it y a n d s p e c i f i c a t io n s
approved by the Engineer.
If the Contractor f ails to co mp lete th e Works and cle ar t he
S it e
on
or
b e f or e
t h e C o n tr a ct
or
e x t e n d ed
D a t e ( s ) /p e r io d ( s ) o f co mp l e t i o n , h e s h a ll , w i t h o u t p r e j u d i c e
to a n y o th e r r i g h t or r e med y o f C o r p o r atio n o n a c c o u n t
of such breach, pay as ag re ed c o mpens ati on, a mo unt
calcula ted as stipul at ed b elo w (or such s mal ler a moun t a s
may b e f i x ed by th e E n g in e e r ) o n th e C o n t r a c t V al u e o f t h e
w h o le W o r k o r on th e C o n tr a ct V a lu e o f t h e i te m o r g r ou p
of items o f W ork fo r w hi c h s e p ar at e p e ri o d o f c o mpl et i on
ar e giv en in the contr act and of which co mp letion is
delay ed fo r e v e r y w ee k th a t t h e w h o l e o f th e W o r k of ite m
o r g r o up o f ite ms o f W or k con c er n e d r e mai n s u n c o mp l et ed ,
ev en thou gh th e co ntract as a w h ol e be co mp leted by th e
co n t r a c t o r t h e e x ten d ed d at e o f co mp l e t i o n . F o r t hi s
purpose the ter m “Contract Valu e” sh all b e th e valu e of th e
Work at Contract Rates as ordered includ ing the v alue of
al l d ev i a ti o n s or d e r ed :
( a) C o mp l e t i o n p e r io d f o r @ 1 p e r c e n t( o r ig i n al ly stip u la t e d
p er w e e k o r a s ex t e n d e d ) n o t e x ce ed i n g 6 mo n th s
( b) C o mp l e t i o n p e r i o d f o r @ 1 / 2 p e r c en t ( a s o r ig i n al ly
s t ip u la t ed per w ee k a s ex t e n d ed ) ex c e e d in g 6 mo n t h s
and not e x ceeding 2 y ear s
( c) C o mpl e t i o n p e r i o d ( a s @ ¼ per c e n t o r i g in a l l y s t ip u l a t ed
p er w e ek o r as ex t en d e d ) exc e ed i n g 2 y ear s th e u n d er
noted per centag e o f the Con tra ct Val ue of the it e m or
g r o u p o f i t e ms o f W o r k f or w h ich a s e p ar at e p er i o d o f
co mp let io n is g iv en .
W h en th e d e l a y i s n o t a f u l l w e ek o r i n mu l t i p l e o f a
week but involves a fraction of a w eek the co mp ensatio n
p ay ab le f o r t h at f r a ct io n s h al l b e p r o p o r t io n a l t o t h e
n u mb e r o f d a y s in v olv e d .
P r o v id e d a l w ay s t h at th e to t a l a mo un t o f co mp e n s at io n f o r
del ay to be p aid this conditio n shall no t ex ceed
( a) C o mp l e t i o n per io d ( a s 1 0 p e r c e n t o r i g in a ll y s t ip u l at ed
o r as e x t e n d ed ) . N o t e x c e ed i n g 6 mo n th s
(b) Co mp letion period 7 ½ percen t(as orig in al ly stip u lat ed
o r a s ex t e n d e d ) ex c ee d in g 6 mo n th s a n d n o t ex c ee d in g
2 y ea r s
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( c) C o mp l e t i o n p e r io d 5 p er c e n t( a s o r ig i n al ly s t ip u l a t ed o r
as ex t end ed ) exc eeding 2 y ear s
T h e a mo u n t o f l iq u id a t e d d amag es ma y b e ad j u s te d s et o f f
ag a in s t an y s u m p ay a b l e to th e C o n tr a c to r u nd e r t h is o r an y
other contract wi th the corporation o r fro m th e se curi ty
d ep o s i t o f th e C o n t r a c to r e n tir e l y a t t h e d i s cr e t i o n of t h e
co r p o r at io n .
PART – V
B I L L S A N D PA YME N T S
91.
Method
Measure men t
92.
R e co r d s
and
Measure men t
Signature of Tenderer
of
E x c ep t w h er e an y g e n er a l o r d et ai le d d e s c r i p ti o n o f t h e
Work
in
b il ls
of
q u a n t i t i es o r
s ch e d u l e
of
Works/it ems / qu an t ities expres s ly s how n to th e contr ary ,
b il ls o f q u an t it i e s s h a l l b e d e e me d t o h a v e b e en p r ep a r ed
an d mea s u r e me n t s s h a l l b e tak en i n a cc o r d an c e w i t h t h e
p r o c e du r e s et f o r t h i n t h e s c h e d u l e of r at e s / s p e c i f i c at io n s
n o tw i th s t a n din g a ny p r o v isio n i n t h e r e l ev a n t s t an d ar d
Method of Measuremen t or any general or lo cal custo m. I n
th e c as e o f ite ms , w h ich a r e n ot c o v er e d by t h e s c h e d u l e o f
r at es / s p e c if i c a t i o n s , me as u r e me n t s h a l l b e tak en in
accord ance wi th the re lev ant Standard spe cific ation s
p u bl i s h ed by P W D G o v t . o f M a h a r a s h t r a a nd f o r th e w o r k s
n o t c o v er ed in t h i s p u b li c a ti o n ; me a s u r e me n ts s h al l b e
tak en a s p er th e co d es b y B u r e au o f I n d i an s t an d a r d s .
T h e C o n t r a c t o r s h a l l s u b mi t to t h e E n g i n e e r th e mo n t h ly
sta te ment s of the esti mat ed valu e of the work co mp let ed
less th an th e cu mu lativ e a mo unt cert ified pr evi ously . The
mo nth ly stat emen ts shal l be in the b ill for m s p ecified by
th e E n g in e er an d it s h a l l b e s u b mi t t ed o n o r b ef o r e t he da t e
in struct ed by th e Engineer. Thes e monthly bills shall b e
s u p p o r t e d w i th d e t a i l e d mea s u r e m e nt s f o r th e g r o s s
q u an t ity o f th e w o r k d o n e d u l y d e d u ct i n g th e gr o s s q u a n t i ty
paid in t h e p r e v io u s b i l l . T h e C o n tra cto r is p e r mi t ted t o
co p y d o w n th e co r r ec tio n s i n t h e b il ls p a i d a s p er t h e
Engineers certification. U pon rece i pt of the bill and
me a s u r e men t s b y the C o n t r a c t o r s , t h e E n g i n e e r s h a l l a c ce p t
as
o ther w ise
st ated
as ce rtain
an d
deter min e
by
me a s u r e men t th e v al u e i n a c co r d a n c e w it h t h e c o n t r ac t o f
work done in a ccordan ce th e r ew ith.
A l l i t e ms h a v in g a f i n an c i a l v al u e s h al l be e n t e r ed i n
me a s ure men t Book etc. as prescr ibed by the co rporation so
tha t a co mp lete record is obta ined of all the Works
p er f o r me d u nd e r th e c o n tr a c t .
Measu r e men ts sh all be t ak en jo in tly by th e En g i ne er o r hi s
o r g a n i z a t i on r ep r e s en t a t i v e a n d by th e C o n tr a cto r o r h i s
o r g a n i z a t i on r ep r e s en t a t iv e. B ef o r e t a k i n g me a s u r e me n t s o f
an y w o r k t h e E n gin e e r or t he p er s o n d ep u t ed b y h i m f o r t h e
purpose shall g ive a reason able no tice to th e Co ntractor. I f
th e C on tr a c to r f ai l s t o at t e n d o r s e nd a n o r g a n i z at io n
r ep r esen t ativ e fo r mea su r e men t af t er su ch a n o tic e o r f a ils
to co u n t e r s i g n o r t h e o b j e c t io n w it h in a w ee k f r o m t h e d a t e
of me asure men t, th en in an y such ev en t me as ure men t tak en
by th e E n g in e er o r by t h e p e r s o n dep u te d b y h i m s h a l l b e
tak en to b e corre ct me asure ments of the w o rks and shall b e
binding o n th e Contractor.
The Con tractor shal l, w ithout any ex tra ch ar ge, pr ovide
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94.
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as sist anc e w ith every applia nce an d o ther thing s neces s ary
f or me a s u r e me n ts.
M e asu r e me n ts s h a l l be s i gn e d a n d da t e d b y b oth p a r t i e s
e a ch d ay ( o f t a kin g me as ur e me n t) o n t h e s i t e o n c o mp l e t io n
o f me a s u r e me n t.
P ay me n ts o f B il ls The p ay ment of bil ls and other cl ai ms aris ing out of th e
a n d O th e r C l ai ms co n t r a c t w il l be mad e b y A c c ou n t P a y ee C h eq u e d r aw n i n
th e n a me o f ‘ A g en c y .
F u l l P r o v i s io n s
T h e r a t es i n s e r t e d b y t h e c o r po r a ti o n a g a in s t v ar io u s it e m s
o f W o r k d et a i l ed i n v a r io u s p ar t s of s c h ed u l e d s ha l l b e
dee me d to inc lud e every allo wanc e ne cessary , w ithout ex tr a
me a s u r e men t o r c h a r g e f o r me e t i n g t h e r e q u ir e me n t o f
v ar i o us c o mp o n e n t s / p a r ts o f t h e co n tr a c t d o c u men t s ( v i z
p ar t i c u la r s p e ci f i c a t io n s , P W D o f s t a n d a r d s p e c i f ic a t io n s ,
Mahar ash tr a sched u le of rates, MO ST specifications, BIS
spec ifi cat ions, Special Cond itions , prea mb les and notes to
s c hed u l e o f it e ms d es c r ip t io n o f s c h ed u l e i t e ms w h ich s h a l l
al l b e r e a d t o g et h er an d a ny o r o f t h e f o l l o w in g u n le s s
s p ec i fi c a l ly pr ov i d ed f o r th e co n t r a ry .
a) Co mp lian ce with al l th e cond it ions of contract includ in g
G e n er a l C o n d i tio n s o f C o n t r a c t , s ch e d u le o f r at e s an d
Q u an ti ti es ,
P ar ti cu l ar
S p ecifi c at io n s,
D r aw in g s
i n c l u d i n g N o tes t h er e o n , S p eci f i ca t i o n s i n s ta n d ar d
S p e ci f i c a t io n s o f P W D o f Mah ar as h tr a an d M J P r el ev a n t
I n d ia n S ta n d a r d S p ecif i c a t i o n s w h e r e v er ap p l i c ab l e.
H o w e v er , in c a s e o f any d is c r ep an cy bet w e e n d r a w in g
a nd t e n d e r , th e t e n d er i t e m an d s p e ci f i c a t i on s h al l
p r ev a il . I f th e r e i s dis c r ep a n cy in te n d er s p e c i f ic a t io n s ,
t he o r d e r o f p r e f e r en c e s h a ll b e 1 s t specificat ion of
M a h ar as h tr a S ta t e P W D , M JP , M O S T a n d l a s t ly B I S .
b ) A l l l ab o u r , mat er ia l s , t oo l a n d p l an t s , e q uip me n ts an d
tr a n s p o rt w h ich ma y b e r e q ui re d in p re p ar a t i o n f or and
in the ful l and entire exe cu tion and c o mp l et ion of the
Works includ ing wastag e of mat eri als, c arriag e an d
c ar t ag e , c a r r y i n g i n , r et u r n o f e mp t ies , h o i s ti n g , s e tt in g ,
f ix t u r es a n d f i tt in g s i n po s it i o n .
c) Lo c al co n d it io n s : N atur e o f W o r k s , lo cal f ac il it ies fo r
supply of labour and ma t er ials acces sibility ’s to sites
a nd a ll oth er ma t t e r s ef f e ct in g th e ex e cu t i o n an d
co mp let io n of the Works
d ) D u t ie s e t c : P ay me n t s o f any O ct r o i, T er mi n a l T a x , S a l e s
T ax , T u r n o v er T a x , C o n t r a c t S a l e s T a x , T o ll T ax ,
G r o u n d R e n t, R o y al ty , En v i r o n me n t a l C es s , L o c a l
Bo d i e s Ces s , T a x es o r a ny d u t i e s on mat er ia l s obt ai n ed
f o r t h e W o r k s an d a ny d u ti e s in r es p e c t o f p at en t r i g h ts .
e) S u p er v i s i o n : Co mp et e n t s u p er v i s i o n o f th e W o r k
f) Labour:
R e a s o n ab l e
t e r ms
and
c o n d it io n s
of
emp loy me nt, l iability to pay co mp ens at ion, W ages as
per sta tut ory enactmen t’s, te mpor ary acco mmodation ,
s a n i t a t io n , c o mp l i a n c e w it h c o n tr a c t l ab o u r a c t 19 7 0
( R eg u l a t i o n a n d A b o l i t io n ) .
g ) W a t er : P r o v is i o n o f al l w at er r e q u ir e d in c lu d i n g
t e mp o r a r y plu mb i n g an d co n n e ct io n .
h ) Te mp or a r y W o r k S h op s , S tor e s , O f f i ces , L ab o u r C a mp s
e t c . P r o v is i o n s o f s u ch s tr u c t u r es r eq u i r e d f o r e f f ic i e n t
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e x e c u t i o n o f t h e W o r k s an d r e mo v in g a n d c l e a n in g u p
s i t e o n c o mp l et i on o f W o r k s .
i) Precau tio ns Against Risks: Precau tio ns to prevent loss
o r d a ma g e f r o m a l l o r a n y r i s k , i n s u r a n c e o f s h e d s o r
any temporary acco mmo dation provided by th e
c or p o r a t i o n w a t c h in g a n d lig h tin g , p r o v i s i o ns p er t a i n in g
t o t h e G e n er a l C o n d it i on s o f C o n tr a c t .
j) N o t ic es , F ee s et c. : C o mp l i a n c e w it h s t a t u to r y p r o v is io n s
o f r e g ul a t i o ns a n d / or by e law s o f a ny lo c a l au t h or i ty
a nd / o r a n y p u b li c s e r v i c e c o mp a ny o r a u th o r i ty af f e c t ed
by th e W o r k s.
k ) S e tt in g th e W o r k s i n clu d in g al l a p p ar a tu s r eq u i r ed .
l) S i te D r ain ag e: R e mo v a l o f al l w a t e r th a t may a c c u mu l at e
d u e to s p r in g , s u b s o i l w a t e r , f lo o d /t i d e s an d a ny o t h er
c au s e s o n th e s it e d u r in g th e p r og r e s s o f th e W o r k .
m) Execut io n of Work in Work man lik e mann er, f acilities
f or i n s p e c t i o n et c .
n ) Rectification of bad Work: Re ct if i c a t i o n a n d / o r r e mo v a l
a nd r e c on st r u ct io n o f a ny Wo r k w h i c h ( a s d e c i d ed b y
t he E n gi n e e r ) h as b e e n e x e cu t ed w it h u n s o u nd o r
i mp er f e ct mat er i a l s o r u n s k il le d W or k mans h i p o r o f a
q u al it y in f e r io r to t h a t c o n t r a c t e d f o r , w h eth er d u r in g
c on s tr u c t i o n o r r ec o n s tr u c t i o n pr i o r to th e ex p i r y of t h e
D e f ec t L ia b i l i t y p e r io d .
o ) R es p on s ib il i ty f o r d a ma g e s a n d l o s s o f a l l co n s t r u ct io n
mat er i als et c., at th e s it e until handing ov er to the
c orp o r a t i o n.
p ) R e mo v a l o f R u b b is h : R e mov al o f R u b bi s h & d eb r is &
c l e an i n g o f an y d ir t b ef o r e h an d i ng o v er al l c o mp l et io n
of woks.
q ) Cleaning site and Works: Re mo v al b y th e Co ntr actor of f
t he s it e, of any t o o ls , p l a ts & mat er ia l s an d s w eep in g
b u il d in g , w as h in g f l o o r s , c l e a n in g jo i ne r i e s & r e mo v al
o f s p l as h es o f a s p h al t l e a vi n g t h e w h o le s it e n e a t an d
tidy .
r ) Co mp letion: Co mp le ting th e Work to the s atisfaction of
t he E n g i n e e r o n o r b ef o r e s t ip u l at ed t h e d at e o f
co mp let io n .
s) Difficul t position: Accessibi lity or otherw ise to sit e,
e asy o r d if f ic u l t p o s it io n i n W o r k s .
t) E r r o r s : R e ct if i ca ti o n o f a l l d ef e cts d u r i ng co n s t r u ct io n
& d e f ec t l ia b il i t y per i od t o t h e s a t is f a ct io n o f E n g i n e e r .
u ) Curved W orks et c. Works of any quantity , s ize o r shap e
wheth er l evel, incl ined, curved , b at ter ed etc.
v ) M a k er ’ s
I n s t r uc t io n :
C o mp li an c e
w it h
ma k e ’ s
ins tructions in th e case of proprietary articl es , factory
mad e goo d of precast ite ms .
w ) W a s t e: A ll w a s t e l ap s , s e a ms , j oi n t s ( r o u g h o r f a ir
c ut t in g ) s tr a ig h t / r a k i n g , c i r c u la r an d mak ing g o o d .
x ) Artificial Lights: To include all lightin g /Kerosene o r
ele ctr ic p o wer as the cas e may be w hen need a rises for
use of lig h ting whil e carry ing out Works.
C o n s tr u c t i o n of a p p r o a c h e s t o th e s i t e o f W or k. M a k in g
a rr a n g e m en t s f o r p r o p er a c c es s to W or k s i n t h e f o r m o f
s t a i r s , l ad d er s , l i f ts e t c. a s o r d e r e d b y t h e E n g in e er – in
– C h a r g e f o r pr op er s u p e r v is io n s , t es t i n g an d o r
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96.
97.
98.
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i ns p e c t i o n
of
Works
i n c l u d in g
mat e r i al
d u r in g
cons tr uct ion & def ect li ab ility period.
I n ter i m P ay me n t
I nt e r i m b i lls s h a l l b e s u b mi t t ed b y t h e C o n tr a cto r f r o m
ti me t o t i me ( b u t a t a n i n t e r v al o f n o t l e s s t h an o ne mo n t h )
f or th e W o r k s e x e c u t ed . T h e E n g i n e e r s h a l l a r r a n g e t o h a v e
th e b i l ls v e r if i ed b y t ak i n g o r c au s i n g to b e t a k en , w h e r e
neces s ary , the r eq u isite me asure me n t of Work. The jo i n t
measure men t sh al l not be an excu se f o r the Co ntractor to
sub mi t inter medi ate bi lls at month ly or in tervals not less
th a n a mo n t h . A l l i n t er i m b i l ls s h a l l b e f ir s t s u b mi t t ed b y
th e C o n tr a cto r w i t h d e t a i l e d me a s u r e me n ts a n d t h er e a f t er
o n ly th e E n g in e e r o r h is o r g an i z a t i o n r e p r es e n t a t iv e s h al l
c a r r y o ut j o in t v er i f i c a t io n s o r o t h er w i s e o n r e c o r d in t h e
me a s u r e men t bo o k b ef o r e c e r t i f i c at io n o f t h e b i l l s .
Pay men t on accou n t for a mount ad mi ss ible shall b e ma d e
o n th e E n g i n e e r c er ti f y in g t h e s u m t o w h i ch t h e C on t r a c t o r
is c o n s id e r e d e n t i t l e d b y w ay o f i n t e r i m p a y me n t f o r al l t he
Wor k exe cu ted , a f ter d ed u cting th er e f ro m th e a mo u n t
alr ea d y paid , t h e s e cu r it y d e p o s it /r e t e n tio n mo n ey an d s uc h
o th e r a mo u n t s a s may b e d e d u ct ib l e o r r ec o v er a b le i n t e r ms
of the con tract.
No in t e ri m p ay me n t w i l l b e a d mit te d u n t i l s u ch ti me t h e
C o ntr a c t o r h a v e f u l ly c o mpl i e d w i th t h e r e q u ir e me n t o f t h e
C o nd i ti o n 8 4 c o n c e r nin g s u b mi s s io n a n d a p p r o v a l o f
N e tw o r k S ch e d ul e f o r th e W o r ks , as d et a il ed i n C o n d it io n
83.
A f ix e d s u m s h a l l b e h e l d i n ab e y an c e a t t h e t i me o f n e x t
in t er i m p ay men t f o r no n - a t t ai n me n t o f e ac h mi les t o ne
in the N etw ork and s h al l b e rel eased o n ly on att ain ment o f
th e s aid milestone
M o d i f ic a t io n o f A n in t er i m c er t if i c a t e g iv e n r e l a t in g to W o r k d o n e o r
I n ter i m
ma t e r ia l d e l i v er e d may b e mo d i f i e d o r co r r ec te d by any
Certifi cat e.
subsequen t interi m certifi cate or by the fin al certific ate.
N o c er tif i c a te o f t h e E n g in e er s u p p o r tin g a n int er i m
p ay men t sh all o f its elf b e co n clu siv e ev id en ce th at an y
W o r k o r ma t e r i a ls to w h i ch it r el at e s i s / a r e i n a cc o r d an c e
with th e contra ct.
I n co me T a x
The Contractor shall pay Indian Inco me Tax on al l
p ay men t s mad e t o h i m u n d er th e C o n t r a c t, o th e r t h an
r ei mb u r s e me n ts ma d e t o h i m by t h e C o r p or a ti o n t o c o v e r
p ay men t by C o n tr a cto r o f mi n o r cu s to m d u t i e s e t c . , o r a ny
o th e r p ay me n t w h i c h t h e C o n t r a c to r may ma k e o n t h e
C o r p o r a ti o n ’ s b e h a l f . U n d e r t h e p r o v isi o n s of S e c. 1 9 4- C
o f th e I n d ia n I n c o me T ax A ct , t h e C o r p o r atio n is r eq u i r e d
to ded u c t T ax w i t h s u r c har g e at s o u r c e a t p r ev a i l in g r at e s
fro m th e gross amo unt of each bi ll sub mit ted. Any
ex p a tr i a t e s i te s ta f f or s t a ff no t n o r mal ly r es i d e n t s o f I n d i a,
e mp lo y e d by t h e C o n t r a c to r s h a l l p ay p e r s o n al I nc o me T ax
on all mo ney earned and paid in India. The Contractor shal l
p er f o r m s u ch d u t i e s in r e g a r d to s u ch d e d u ct io n s th e r eo f a s
may b e i mp o s e d o n h i m b y s u ch l aw s an d r eg u l at io n s .
Pay men t of Taxes The contractor shal l p ay a ll t h e t a x es d i r e c t ly t o res pect i v e
o r g a n i z a t i on s & t o th e G o v e r n men t. T h e C o r p o r at io n s h a l l
not take any responsibility for any kind of tax pay men t to
th e G o v e r n men t o r s e mi G o v er n men t b o d ie s a t a ny p o i nt o f
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D e d u c t io n o f
C o n tr a c t S a les
T ax / T u r n o ve r
tax .
P r o v is io n a l
S u ms.
Rates for Excess
i n I t e ms .
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ti me .
The prices quot ed by the Contractor shall include all
cu s t o ms d u t i e s , i mp o r t d u ti es , e x c i s e d u ti es , b u s in e s s
tax es , in co me an d o th er tax es th at may b e lev ied in
a c co r d an c e to th e law s a n d r e g u l a t i o n in - f o r ce o n t h e
C o ntr a c t o r ’ s E q uip me n t , ma t er i a l s , s u p pl i e s ( p er man e n t,
te mp o r a r y an d co n su ma b l es ) to b e u se d o n o r f u r n is hed
u n de r t h e c o n tr a c t a n d o n th e s e r v i c es to b e p e r f o r med
unde r t h e c o n t r ac t. N o t h i n g i n t h e co n t r ac t s h a l l reli ev e t h e
co n t r a c to r f r o m h is r es p o n s ib i l i ty t o p a y a n y tax t h at m ay
b e l ev i ed o r o n pro f i ts ma d e by h im i n r e s p e c t o f t h e
co n t r a c t.
T h e c o n tr a cto r s h a l l per f o r m s u ch d u t i es i n r eg a r d to s u c h
d ed u c t i o n s th e r eo f a s may b e i mp os ed o n h i m b y s u ch l a w s
an d r eg u l at io n s .
C h ar g es o n a c co u n t o f O c tr o i , t er mi n a l or S a les T ax a n d
o th e r du t i e s o n mat er i al o bt a in e d f o r t he W o r k s f r o m any
s o u r ce i n c l u d i n g t he t a x a p p l i c ab l e as p er M ah a r as h t r a
S a les T ax A ct o n t h e tr a n s f er o f p r op e r ty i n t he g o o d s
in v o l v e d i n th e ex e cu t io n o f W o r ks c on t r ac t ( r e - en a c t e d )
A c t, 1 99 1 e t c . s h a ll b e b or n e by th e C o n t r a c to r . U n d e r t h e
p r o v i s i on s o f t h e M a h ar as h tr a S a l es T a x A ct , t h e
C o r p o r a ti o n i s r eq u ir e d to d ed u ct T u r n o v er T a x at s o ur c e a t
the rat es preva iling at th e t ime of p ay men ts.
T h e co n tr a cto r s h al l s u b mi t f o r m – 3 1 o r s u c h o th er f or ms
as ar e p r e s cr i b ed u n d e r t he s a i d ac t w h i ch i s r e q u ir e d t o b e
pr odu c ed by t h e p ri n c i p l e e mp lo y e r i n th e e v e n ts of any
notic e by th e S a l e s T a x D e p a r t men t w i th i n o n e mont h of
is s u e o f lett er o f ac cep tan ce.
T h e C o nt r ac t or s a r e r eq ui r e d t o pr o d u c e t he i r r e g is t r at i o n
f or co n t r a c t s al es t a x /t u r no v e r t ax t o t h e d e p ar t men t b e f o r e
r el ea s i n g th e 1 s t R. A. bill for the Wor k ex ecute d by the m,
f ai l i n g w h ich , n o p ay me n t s h a ll b e r e l ea s e .
( 1) ” P r o v is io n a l s u m” me a n s a s u m i n c lu d ed i n th e co n tr a c t
and so design at ed in the Bi ll of Quan titi es for the
e x e c u t i o n o f W o r k o r s u p p ly of go o d s , ma t e r i a ls o r
s e r v i c es o r f o r co n t in g en ci es , w h i c h s u m may b e u s ed ,
i n w h o l e o r in p ar t , o r n o t a t al l, a t t h e d ir e ct i o n and
d is cr et i o n o f t h e E n gin e e r . T h e co n t r a c t p r i c e s h a l l
inc lud e only such a moun ts in respect of the Work,
s u p p ly o r s e r v i c e t o w h i ch s u c h p r o v i s i o n a l s u m r e l a t e
as th e Engineer shall approve or det ermin e in
a ccord ance with thi s claus e.
( 2) I n r e sp e c t o f e v e r y p r o visi o n al s u m t h e E n g in e er s h al l
hav e power to order to ex ecute th e Work, includ in g
g o o d s , mat er i a l s o r s er v i c e s t o b e s u p p l i e d by t h e
Contra cto r. The co ntract pr ic e shall includ e th e value of
s u c h W o r k ex e cu t e d o r s u ch g o o d s , mat e r i a l o r s e r v i ce s
s u p p li e d d e t e r mi n e d i n a c c o r d an c e w i t h C l au s e N o . 1 02 .
( 3) T h e C o n tr a cto r s h a l l p r o d uc e a l l q u ot a t i o n s , i n v oi c es ,
v o u ch er s a n d a c c o u n ts o r r e c e ip t s i n c o n ne c ti o n w i th
exp enditu re in resp ect of provision al s u ms .
Quant i t i e s s h o w n i n t h e t en d e r a re a p p r o x i ma t e and no
cl ai m sh all b e en te rtained fo r quant it ies of work ex ecu t ed
b ei n g e i t h er mo r e o r l e s s th a n t h o s e e n ter ed i n t h e t en d e r o r
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es t i ma t e .
For
p u r p os e
of
t h is
co n t r a c t,
the
v ar i at io n s / d ev i at io n s in c a r r y i n g o u t th e i t e ms o f w o r k
shal l not ex ceed plus or min u s 25 perc en t of co ntra ct su m.
T h e d e v ia ti o n /v a r i a ti o n i n t h e q u a n ti ty o f in d i v id u a l i t e ms
shal l not be tak en as dev iation or variat ion in the co n tract.
The d i ff e r en c e b e t w een t h e t o t a l v al u e o f t h e wor k don e
an d th e C o n tr a c t s u m a s d ef i n e d a b o v e w i l l b e o n ly b e
co n s i d er e d f o r d ev i a t i o n/v ar i at io n .
The Contractor shall arrive a t th e rat es after careful ly
preparing th e rat e an aly s is t aking into consi deration sit e
co n d i tio n s . F o r i n c r e a s e u p t o 25 p ercent ov er the qu an ti ty
s h o w n i n th e b i l l o f q u an t i t ies s h a l l b e p a i d a t, t h e r a t e
me n tion ed in th e bil l of quanti ti es. However, if t h e
q u an t ity i n cr e as e s b ey o n d 25 p er c en t o f qu a n t i ty s h ow n in
th e b ill of quantities th e ex ce ss quantity bey ond 25 percen t
s h al l b e p ri c ed a s u n d e r :
T h e r at e s ha l l b e w o r ke d o u t b as e d o n s ch edu l e r a te w i th
C o ntr a c t o r ` s q u o te d p er c en t a g e o r c u r r en t d i s t r i c t s c h ed u l e
o f r at es w it h o u t C o n t r a c to r ` s q u o t e d p er c e n t a g e, w h i ch ev er
is l es s .
Rates for such addition al al tered or, s ubstituted Work s hall
be d eter mined as follow s:
i) I f r at e f o r a d d it i o n a l, al t e r ed o r s u bs ti tu t ed i t e m of W o r k
is specifi ed in th e bil l of quant ities and rat es, th e
C o n tr a c t o r s h al l c a r r y o u t th e a dd i t i o n a l , al t e r ed o r
s u b s t it u t e d it e m a t th e s a me r at e , s u b j e ct to 1 0 0 a b o v e.
ii) I f r a t e f o r a ny a d d it io n a l, al t e r ed o r s u b s ti t u t e d i te m o f
Work is not in clud ed in th e bill of quanti ti es an d rates,
such i te m of Work shall b e c arried o u t at the rel evan t
C o r p or a ti o n ’ s
s ch e d u l e
of
r a tes
( P u b li c
works
De p art me n t a nd M . J . P . s c h ed u l e o f r a t e s f o r Than e
District) prevailing at th e ti me of execut ion of ex tr a
Work (Quoted p ercent age wi ll no t be applicable)
ii i) I f t h e r a t e f o r a ny a d d it io n a l, al t e r e d o r s u bs titu t ed
i t e m o f W o r k c a n n o t be det er mi n e d i n t h e ma n n er
specified in (i) & (ii) above, or the rat e so det er min ed i s
f o u n d t o be u n r e a s o n ab l e, t h e n th e Co n t r a c to r w i ll b e
p ai d a t s u ch f a ir an d r ea s o n a b l e r a tes a s W o r k e d o u t b y
t he E n g i n e e r o n t h e b as is o f ma t e r ia l , l ab o u r an d
o p er a tio n s o f c o ns tr u c t i o n eq u ip me n t r e q u ir e d to
e x e c u t e t h e it e m an d a l lo w i n g 1 0 p er c en t t o c o v e r
p r o f i t s an d o v er h e a d c h a r g es .
(iv)The C o ntractor shall sub mi t to th e Engin eer his d eta il ed
r at e a n a l y sis f o r c a r r y in g o ut v ar i a t io n du ly s upp o r t ed
w i th q u o t a t i o n s an d o th e r s u pp o r t in g d o cu me n t s w i th i n 7
day s of written ins tructions to carry out vari ations. If
the C o n tra c to r ’s q u o t a t io n i s u n re as o n ab l e , t h e Engineer
orders th e var iatio n and ma kes ch an g e to the contr ac t
p r ic e w h ich i s b a s e d o n h i s o w n f o r e cas t o f t h e
v ar i at i on s o n th e C o n t r a c to r ’ s c o s t. I n c as e , th e r a t e s
d e c i d e d by t h e E n g in e er a r e no t a c c ep t ab l e t o t h e
C o n tr a c t o r, h e s h a l l co n t i n u e w i t h th e w o r k an d
mai n ta in co n te mp o r ary r eco r d s o f ac tua l ex p en s es o n
day - to-day basis with jo in t ass ess ment/ v erif ication .
The Contractor is not en ti tl e for pay men t of ac tu a l
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O v e r p ay men t an d
U n d e r pa y men t
104.
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e xp en s e s as p e r jo i n t r ec o r d s ad d e d w i t h 1 0 % f or p r of i t
and ov erheads. Dis agre e me n t with the rat e fix ed by the
E ng i n e e r s h al l b e in f o r me d by t h e C o n tr a c t o r b e f o r e
c o m me n c i n g t he w o r k o f v ar i at io n s , f a il in g w h i ch t h e
r at e f i x ed by t he E n gin e e r s h a l l b e f i n a l a n d b i n d i n g o n
the p art ie s to contract.
Whenev er any clai m for th e pay ment of a s u m to th e
C o r p o r a ti o n r is es o ut o f or u nd e r t h is co n t r ac t a g a in s t t h e
C o ntr a c t o r th e s ame may b e d ed u c t e d by th e C o r p o r at i o n
fro m any su m th en due or w h ich a t any ti me th ereafter ma y
beco me d ue to th e Contractor under th is contract and
f ailin g th a t u n d er a ny c o n tr a ct w it h th e C o r p o r ati on o r
f r o m an y o th er s u m d u e t o t h e C o n tr a cto r f r o m t h e
C o r p o r a ti o n ( w h ic h may b e a va i l a b l e w i th t h e Co r p o r ati on )
o r f r o m h is s e c u r it y d ep o s i t/ r et en t io n mo n ey , or h e s h a l l
p ay th e cl a i m on d e ma n d .
T h e Co r p o r at i o n r e s er v e s th e r i g h t to c ar r y ou t p os t
p ay men t au d i t an d t e c h n ic a l ex a mi n a t io n o f t h e f i n al b i l l
in cluding all supporting vou cher, abstr acts etc.
Th e C or p o r a ti o n f u r th e r re s e r v es t h e r ig h t t o en f o r c e
r ec o v er y o f a ny over p ay men t w h en d e te c t ed .
If as a r esult of su ch audit and technical exa min ation an y
o v er p ay ment is dis c o v er e d i n r es p e c t o f any W or k d o n e by
th e C o n tr a cto r o r a ll e g e d t o h a v e b e en d on e by hi m u n d er
th e C o n t r a c t , i t s h a ll b e r e c o v er e d by t h e C o r p o r a t io n f r o m
th e C o n tr a cto r by a n y o r all o f t h e me t h o d s p r e s cr i b e d
ab o v e o r i f u n d e r pa y men t i s d i s c o v e r e d th e a mo u n t s h a l l b e
duly paid to th e Co ntractor b y th e Corporation.
P r o v id e d t h a t th e a f o r esa i d r i g ht o f th e C o r p o r atio n t o
ad j u s t o v er p ay me n t a g a i n s t a mo u n t d ue t o t h e C on t r a c t o r
u n de r an y o t her co n t r a c t w i t h C o r p o r atio n s h a l l no t ex t en d
b ey o n d t he p er io d o f t w o y ear s f r o m th e d a t e of p ay men t o f
the fin al bil l or in case th e final bill i s a “Minu s” bil l, fro m
th e d at e o f th e a mo u n t pay ab l e b y th e C o n tr a c t o r u nd e r t he
“M inus ” bill is co mmu n i cated to th e Contractor.
A ny a mo u n t d u e t o th e C on tr a c to r u n d er t h is c o ntr a c t f o r
underpay men t may be ad just ed aga ins t a mo unt then du e or
which may at an y ti me there aft er beco me due bef ore
p ay men t i s to t h e Co n t r a c to r , f r o m h i m t o C o r p o r atio n o n
an y other contract o r A /C whats oev er
F in a l j o in t me asu r e me n t a lo n g - w it h r e p r es en t a t i v e s o f t h e
Contractor should be tak en, record ed and sign ed by the
C o n t r a c t o r s . C o n tr a cto r s h o u l d s u b mi t th e f in a l b i l l w it h i n
1 mo n th o f p h y si c a l c o mp l e t i o n o f t h e W o rk. I f t he
Contractor fails to sub mit th e fin al bi ll w ith in 1 mo nth, t h e
C o r p o r a ti o n s t af f w il l p r ep a r e th e f i n al b i l l b a s e d o n t h e
jo i n t mea su r e me n t w i th i n n e x t 3 mo n t h s .
Engineer’s decis ion s hal l b e final in respe ct of cla i ms fo r
d ef e ct an d p e n d in g c l a i ms a g ain s t C o n t r a c to r s . N o f ur t her
cl a i ms s h o u l d b e ma d e b y t h e C o ntr a c t or af t er s u b mis s i o n
of th e fin al b ill an d th es e s h al l b e d ee med to hav e been
w a iv e d a n d e x t i n g ui s h e d . P a y men t o f th o s e i t e ms o f t h e
b il ls in r e s p e c t o f w h ich t h e r e i s n o dis p u t e an d of ite ms in
dispu t e, f o r q u a n t i t i e s a n d r at es a s a p p r o v e d by t he
C o m mi s s i o n e r s h a l l be mad e w i th i n a r e a s o n ab le p er i o d a s
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may b e n ec e s s a r y f or th e pu r p o s e o f v e r if i c a tio n e t c.
A f ter p a y me n t o f t h e f i n al b il l as af o r es a i d h as be e n ma d e,
th e Con tr actor may , if he so desir es, reconsid er his posit ion
in r e s p e c t o f a d i s p u te d p o r t i o n o f t h e f i n al b i l l a n d if h e
f ai ls t o d o s o w i th i n 8 4 d a y s, h is d is p u t ed c l a i m s h a l l b e
d e a l t w i th as p r o v i d e d in t h e co n t r ac t.
P r i ce
V a ri a t i o n P r ic e V ar ia t io n C l a u s e s h a l l b e a pp l ic a bl e a s p e r co n d it io n
Cl au se
of Contra ct as at tached.
Re ceip ts to be
E v e r y r e cei p t f o r mo n ey w h ich may be co me p a y ab le o r fo r
S i g n ed i n F i r m’ s
an y secu rity which may be co me transfer able to th e
N a me by an y O n e C o ntr a c t o r u n de r t h es e p r e s e n t s h a l l, if s ig n e d i n t h e
o f th e P ar t n er s
p ar t n e r s h i p n a me b y a ny o n e o f th e p a r tn e r s , b e a g o od an d
s u f f ic i e n t d is ch a r g e to t he C o m mi s s i o n e r a n d C o r p o r at i o n
in r e s p ec t o f t h e mon e y o r s e c u r i t y p u r p or t i ng t o b e
a c k n o w le d g ed th e r eb y , a n d i n t he e v e nt o f d e a t h o f an y o f
the p artn er s d u r in g t he p e n d en c y o f t h is c o n t ract , it i s
hereby expres sly agreed tha t e v ery receip t by any
o n e o f th e s u r v i v in g p a r tn e r s s h a ll , if s o s i g n ed a s
af o r e s a i d , b e g o o d an d s u f f ic i en t d is ch ar g e a s a f o r e s a i d
p r o v i d ed th a t n o th in g i n t h is c l a u s e c o n t a in e d s h a l l b e
dee me d to pre ju d ice or effect any c lai m which th e
C o m mi s s i o n e r o r t h e C o r p o r atio n may h er e af t er h a v e
ag a in s t th e l e g a l r e p r es e n ta t i v e s of a n y p a r tn e r s s o dy i n g o r
in respec t of any brea ch of an y of the condi tio ns ther eof,
pr ovi d ed a l s o th a t n ot h in g i n t h is c l a u s e c o n t a i n e d s h al l be
d e e me d p r e j u di c e o r af f e ct th e r e s p e c t iv e r i g h ts o r
o b li g a t io n s of
th e C o n t r a c to r a n d o f th e l eg a l
represen t ativ e of an y deceas ed Contra ctors int erest.
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TERMINA TION OF CONTRACT & SETTEL EMENT OF DISPUTES
C a n c e l l at i o n
of I f t h e C o n tr a cto r :
C o n tr a c t i n F u l l (a) At an y ti me mak es defau l t i n proceed ing with t he Work
o r in P a r t.
w i th d ue dil ig e n c e a n d c on t i n u e s t o d o s o a f ter n o t i c e in
w r i ti n g o f f o u r teen d a y s f r o m th e E n g in e er ; o r
b) Co mmi ts def aul t in co mp ly ing with any of the ter ms and
c on d i tio n s o f co n t r a c t a n d d o e s n o t r e me d y i t w it h i n
fourteen day s after a no tice in writing is given
t o h i m i n t h a t b eh a l f by th e E n g in e e r , o r
( c) F a ils to c o mp l et e t he W o r k s o r ite ms w i th i nd i v id u a l
d at e s of c o mp l e t io n , o n o r b ef o r e t h e d a t e ( s ) o f
co mp let io n , and d o es not co mp l et e th em w ith in th e
p er i o d s p e c i f i e d in a n o t i ce g iv e n in w ri t in g i n th a t
beh alf b y th e E n g in e e r, o r
( d) S h a ll o f f e r o r g iv e o r a g r e e t o g i v e t o any per s o n in
C o r p or a ti o n ’ s S er v i c e o r t o a ny o t her p er s on o n his
b eh alf a n y g i f t o r c o ns id e r a t io n o f a n y k in d a s an
i nd u c e me nt o r r e w ar d f o r d o in g o r f o r b e ar i n g t o d o o r
f o r h a v in g d o n e o r f o r b o r n e t o d o a n y ac t i n r e l a t io n t o
t he o b t a i n in g o r e x e c u t i on o f t h i s o r an y o th e r co n t r a c t
f o r t h e C o r p o r atio n , o r
(e) Shall obt ain a con tract w ith the Corpo r ation as a resul t
o f r i n g t en d e r i n g o r o th e r n o n - bo n a - f id e met h o d s o f
co mp e ti ti v e t en d er i n g o r
f ) b e in g a n in d i v id u al o r a f i r m, an y p ar t n er th e r eo f , s h a l l
a t an y ti me b e a d ju d g e d i n s o lv e n t o r h a v e a r ec ei v in g
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o r d er o r o r d e r f o r ad min is t r a t io n o f h i s est a te ma d e
agains t him or sha ll t ake any proceedings for liquidatio n
o r c o mpo s i t io n ( o t h er th a n vo l u n t a r y l i qu id a t io n f o r t h e
p u r p os e o f a ma l g a mat io n o r r ec o n s t r u c t i o n ) u nd e r an y
ins olv enc y act f or the ti me being in for ce or ma k e an y
c on v e y anc e o f a s s i g n men t o f h i s ef f e c t s o r co mp o s it io n
o r ar r an g e men t f o r t h e b en ef i t o f h is c r e d i to r s o r p u r p o r t
s o t o d o , o r if a ny a p p li c a t i o n b e mad e u n d e r an y
Insolv ency Act for the ti me being in force for th e
s e q u es t r a t io n o f h i s e s t a t e o r if a t r u s t d e e d b e e x e cu t ed
by hi m f o r h is cr e d i to r s , o r
g) B ei n g a c o mp a n y , s h al l p a s s a r e s o lu t io n o r the cou r t
s h a l l mak e an o r d e r f o r t h e l i qu i d at io n o f h i s a f f a ir s , o r
a r e c e iv e r o r a man ag e r o n b eh alf of th e d e b en t u r e
h o ld e r s s h a l l b e ap p o i n t e d o r c ir c u ms t an c es s h al l
aris e w hi ch ent itl e th e Cou r t or debentur e ho lder s to
appoin t a receiver o r a Man ag er, or
h ) s h a ll s u f f e r a n e xe c u t i on b ei n g l ev i ed o n h i s g o o d s an d
a l l o w it t o b e c o n t i nu e d f or a per i od o f 2 1 d a y s, o r
A s s ig n s , tr a n s f er s , s u b l e ts ( eng a g e me nt of lab o u r o n a
p ie c e W o r k b as i s o r l ab o u r w i th ma ter i a ls n ot t o b e
i nc o r p o r a t ed in t h e W o r k , s h al l n o t b e d e e me d to b e s u b letting) o r at te mp t s to assi gn, tr ansf er or s ub-let th e
ent ire Works or any portio n ther eof w ithout the prio r
written
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the
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th e
C o mmi s s i on e r may , w i th o u t p r e ju d i c e to a n y oth e r r i g h t
or r e med y w hi c h s h a l l h a v e a c c r u e d o r s h a ll a ccr ue
ther eaf ter to the C o rporatio n by written notic e can ce l
t he c o n t r a c t as a w h o l e o r o n ly s u c h i t e ms of W o r k in
d ef a u lt f ro m th e co n t ra c t.
i) I n t h e c as e o f a b an d o n men t o f t h e w o r k o w in g to s e r io u s
illness or death of the Contractor.
I n th e c a s e s men ti o n ed i n a bo v e c l a us e N o . 107 t h e
Engin e e r, o n b e h a l f o f t he N . M . M . C s h a l l h a v e pow er to
ad o p t an y o f th e f ol l ow in g f o r ce s , a s h e may d e e m b es t
suit ed t o t h e i n t e r es t o f th e N . M . M . C .
( a) T o r esc in d th e co n tra ct ( f o r w h ich r e sciss io n n o ti ce in
w r i ti n g t o t h e C o n tr a c t o r u n d er th e h e a d o f E n g in e e r
s h a l l b e c o n clu s iv e ev i d e n c e) an d i n t h at c as e t h e
s e cu r ity dep o s i t o f th e C o n t r a c t or s h a l l s t a n d f o r f e it e d
a nd b e ab s o l u t e ly at th e d is p o s a l o f N . M . M .C .
(b ) T o c ar r y ou t W o r k or a ny p a r t o f t he d ep ar t men t al ly
d eb i tin g th e C o n tr a c to r w i t h th e co s t of t h e W or k ,
e xp en d i t u r e in c u r r e d o n t o o l s a n d p l a n a nd c h a r g es o n
a dd i tio n a l s u p e r v i s o r y s t af f i n c l u d in g t h e c o s t o f W o r k
charge
es t ab l is h me n t
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the
u n ex ecu t e d p ar t o f th e W o r k c o mp l e t ed an d c r e d it in g
h i m w it h t h e v al u e of th e W o r k d o n e d ep ar t me n t a l ly in
a l l r e s p e c t s to o r d e r th a t t h e W o r k o f th e C o n t r a c to r b e
mea s u r ed u p an d to tak e s u c h par t t h er e o f a s s h a l l b e o n
executed out of his hands, and to give it to anoth er
Contra cto r to co mp let e, in which case all e xpenses
i nc u r r ed o n ad v er t i s e me n t f o r f i x in g a n ew c o n tr a ct in g
a g e n c y , ad d i t i o n a l s u p er v i s o ry s t af f i n clu d in g t h e co s t
of Work ch arge establish men t and a cos t of Work
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Action Whe n th e
P r o gr es s o f a ny
P a r ti cu l ar
P o r t io n o f t h e
W o rk
is
U n s a t is f a ct o r y
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and 109
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execut ed by the new contrac t ag en cy will be d ebit ed to
t he C o n t r a c t or a n d t h e v al u e o f th e W o r k d o n e o r
e xe c u t e d th ro u g h a n ew C o n t ra c t or s h al l b e c r edi t ed t o
t he C o n tr a c t o r i n th e s a me man n e r an d a t t h e s a me r at e s
a s i f i t h ad b ee n c a r r ie d o u t by th e C o n tr a cto r u nd e r t h e
t er ms o f h i s c o n t r a c t . T h e c e r t if i ca t e o f th e E n g i ne e r a s
to th e cos ts and o th er a ll ied e xpenses s o incurred and as
t o t h e v a lu e of t h e W o r k s o d o n e d e p ar t me n ta l l y an d
s h a l l b e f in a l a n d c o n cl u s iv e a g a in s t th e C o ntr a c t o r .
The c ert ifica te of the Eng in e er as to all th e cos t of the
Work and other ex penses in curred as af ores aid for or in
g et ti n g t h e u n e x e c u t e d W o r k d o n e b y th e n e w C o n t r a c to r
an d a s t o th e v al u e o f t h e W o r k s o d o n e s ha l l b e f in al
and conc l us ive ag ainst th e Co ntractor.
I n c a s e t h e c on t r a c t s h a l l b e r es c i n d ed u n d er c la u s e
( a) a bo v e th e C o n t r a c to r s h al l n o t b e en t it l e to r ec o v er o r b e
paid, an y su m for any Work ther ef ore actu al ly
p er f o r me d by h i m u n d er th i s c o n tr a c t u n l ess a nd u n ti l
the Eng ineer shall h av e cer tif i ed in writing th e
p er f o r ma n c e o f th e s u c h W o r k an d th e a mo u n t p a y ab l e
to hi m in respect th er eof and he shall o n ly be entitled to
b e p a i d th e a mo u n t s o c er tif i ed i n th e ev e n t o f e it h er o f
t he cu r s e s r e f er r e d t o i n c l a u s es ( b ) o r ( c) b e i n g a d o p t e d
a nd th e c o s t o f t h e ex e c u t e d d ep art me n t a l l y o r thr ough a
new Con t ractor an d oth er allied ex p ens es exceed ing th e
v alu e o f th e su ch Wo r k cr ed it ed to th e Co n tr a cto r th e
a mo u n t o f ex c e s s s h a l l b e d ed u c t e d f r o m a n y mo n e y d u e
to the Contractor, by corporation und er th e Contractor
o th e r w i s e h o w s oe v e r o r f r om h i s s e c u r i ty d ep o s i t or t h e
s a l e p r o c e e d s th e r eo f p r ov i d e d , h o w ev e r , t h a t C o n t r a c t o r
shall hav e no c laim ag ainst co rporation ev en if t h e
c er t if i e d val u e o f W o r k d o ne d ep a r t men t a l ly o r t h r ou g h
a n ew Contra ctor e xc eed th e certified cost of su ch Work
a nd al li ed ex p en s es , p r o v i d e d alw ay s t ha t w h i c h e v e r o f
t he th r e e co u r s e s men t i o n ed i n c l a u s e s ( a ) , ( b ) or ( c ) i s
a do p t ed b y t h e E n g i n e e r , t h e Co n tr a c to r s h al l h av e n o
c l a i m to c o mp e n s at i o n f o r an y lo s s s u sta i n e d b y h i m by
r ea s o n h i s h a v in g p u r ch a s e d o r pr o cu r e d an y ma t e r ia ls ,
o r en t er e d in t o an y e n gag eme n ts , o r mad e an y a d v an c e
o n a c c o u n t o f o r w it h a v i e w t o th e ex e cu t io n o f t h e
W o r k o r th e p er f o r ma n c e o f t h e c o n tr a ct.
I f t h e p r o g r es s of a n y p a r ti c u l ar p o r tio n o f t h e W o r k i s
u n s at is f a c to r y t h e c o n d i t io n s men t i o n ed i n c l a u s e 1 0 8 ( b) ,
b e e n ti tl e d to l ak e ac t io n u n d er c l a u s e af t er g i v in g t h e
C o n t r a c t o r 1 4 d a y s ’ n o ti c e i n w r itin g . T h e C o n tr a cto r w i l l
h av e n o c l a i m f o r c o mp e n s a t i on , f o r a n y lo s s s u s ta in ed b y
h i m o w in g t o s uc h a c t i o n .
I n any ca s e in w h i c h a n y of th e p o w e r s c o n f er r e d up o n t h e
E n g i n e e r by c la u s e s 1 0 8 & 10 9 h e r e o f s h all h a v e b e co m e
ex ercis abl e and th e sa me shal l not h av e been ex ercis ed th e
non-exerc is e thereo f shall no t cons ti tut e a w aiv er of any of
th e co n d i t i o n s th e r eo f a n d s u ch p o w e r s s h a l l n o t
w ith st an d ing th e e xcis ab l e in th e ev e n t o f an y f u tur e c as e
o f d e f au l t by t he C o n tr a c t o r f o r w h ich u n d e r a n y cl au s e
h er eo f h e is d ecl ar e d liab le t o p ay co mp ens at io n a mo un t in g
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to th e w h o l e o f t h i s s e cu r i t y d e p o s i t a n d t h e li a b i l i t y of the
C o ntr a c t o r f or p as t a n d f u t u r e c o mp e n s a t i o n s h a l l r e ma i n
u n af f ec t e d .
P o w e r to tak e I n t h e e v e n t o f E n g i ne e r t ak in g a ct io n u n d er s u b cl au s e s ( a )
possessio n of or o r ( c ) c l a u s e 1 0 8, h e may i f he s o d es i r es , t ak e p o s s es s i o n
r e qu i r e r e mov a l o f a l l a n y t o o ls a n d p la n t, mat er i als a nd s to r e i n o r up o n
or
s el l th e Work of the si te ther eof or belongin g to th e Contractor,
C o n tr a c t o r s
o r p r ocu r ed by him a nd i n t en d ed t o b e u s e s f o r t h e
p l an t .
ex ecu tio n of th e Work or any part th ereof pay ing or
al lo w in g f o r th e s a me i n a c c o u n t a t t h e c o n tr a ct r at e s o r i n
th e c as e o f co n t r a c t r a t es n o t b e i n g a p p l i ca b l e a t c ur r e n t
ma rk et rat es to be certif ied by the Eng in eer w hos e
certific ate ther eof shall be final. In the alte rnativ e t h e
E n g i n e e r may a f ter g iv in g n o t i c e in w r it in g t o t h e
C o ntr a c t o r o r h i s c l e r k o f th e W o r k f o r e man o r o t h er
au t h o r i s e s a g en t r eq u i r e s h i m to r e mo v e s u c h to o ls an d
p la n t, ma t er i a l , o r s t o r e s f r o m t h e p r e mi s e s w i t h i n a t i me t o
be sp ecified in s u ch not ic e and in the ev ent of th e
C o ntr a c t o r f a ilin g t o co mp ly w it h an y s u c h r eq u i s i t io n , t h e
E n g i n e e r may r e mo v e t h e m a t th e C o n t r a c t o r ’ s e x p e ns es o r
s e l l t h e m by a u c t i on s o r pri v a t e s a l e o n a c co u n t o f t h e
Co ntr ac t o r an d a t t h is r is k i n a ll r es p ect an d t h e c ert i f i cat e
of the E n g in e er as to th e e x p e n s e s o f a ny s uc h r e mov a l an d
th e a mo unt of the proceeds and expen sed on any such sale
s h al l b e f in a l a nd c o ncl u s iv e a g a in s t th e C o n t r a c t o r .
N o I n t er e s t f o r I t i s ag r e ed t ha t t h e C o r p o r atio n o f o r i t s E n g i ne e r o r
Delay ed
Of f icer s h a l l n o t b e l i a b l e t o p a y a n y i n teres t o r dama g e
P ay men ts D u e to w i th r es p e c t t o an y mo n ey s o r b a l a n c e w h ich may b e i n it s
Disputes etc.
or its E n g in e e r’ s o r o f fi c e r ’s h a n d s o w i n g t o a n y d i s put e or
d if f er e n ce o r cl ai m o r mis - u n d e r s ta n d in g be t w e e n t h e
C o r p o r a ti o n o f o r i ts E n g i n e e r o r O f f ic e r o n th e o n e h an d
an d th e C o n t r a c to r o n th e o t h er , o r w i th r es pe c t to a ny
d el ay o n t h e p ar t o f th e Co r p o r at i o n o f N av i M u mb a i o r i t s
Engin e e r o r O f fi c e r s i n mak i n g p e rio d i c a l or f ina l
p ay men t s o r i n an y o th e r r e s p e ct w h a t e v e r .
P ay me n t t o t h e C o n tr a c to r o f t h e a mo u n t d u e u n d er e a ch o f
th e interim p ay men t cert if icate is sued by the Engineer s h al l
b e mad e by th e C o r p o r a ti o n w it h in 4 5 ( F o r ty F iv e ) d a y s if
such c ert ificate b ei n g deliv er ed. If th e Corpora tion ma ke s
la te p ay men t, th e Co n tr ac to r is to b e p a id int er es t on th e
la t e p ay me n t i n t h e n ex t p a y me n t .
I n t er e s t s h a l l b e
c a l c u l a t e d f r o m t h e d a t e b y w h ich th e p ay me n t s h o u l d h av e
been ma d e upto th e dat e when th e l at e pay me n t is ma d e at
6 % p er a n n u m.
I t i s a t e r m u n d e r th i s c o n t r a c t th a t
p ay men t o f i n ter es t i n e x c e s s o f 6 % i s b a r r ed on a ny
a mo u n t p ay ab le to t he C o n tr a cto r o n a n y a cc o u n t.
I t i s d is t i n c t l y u n de r s t o od a n d ag r e e d b et w e en t he p ar t ie s
here to th at p ay me n t for Work alre ady execu ted by th e
C o ntr a c t o r i s no t a c o n di t io n p r e c ed e n t u n d er th i s co n t r ac t
for the ex ecution of the r e mai n ing Work.
J u r i s d ic ti o n
I n cas e of a n y cla i m, d i s p u te o r d if f e r en c e a r is i n g in
respe ct of a co n tra ct, th e ca use of ac tion th ereof shall b e
d ee me d t o hav e a ri s en i n N av i M u mb a i an d all l eg a l
p r o c e ed i n g s in r es p ec t o f a n y s u ch c la i m, d is p u t e o r
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d if f er e n ce s h all b e in s t i t u t e d i n a c o mp e t e n t c o u r t i n t h e
C i t y of N a v i M u mb ai o n ly .
S E TT LE ME N T O f D ISP U TE S
I f a d i s p u te / d is pu t e s o f an y k i nd w h ats o ev e r a r is e s
b et w e en t h e C o n t r a c t o r an d E n g in e er s r ep r e s en t a t iv e t h e
s a me s h a l l b e r e f er r e d t o t h e E n g i ne e r f o r h i s d ecis i o n w i t h
det ailed justifi c at io n. Such referen ce s h all be st ated th at i t
is in pu rsuance to this cl au s e for revi ew and giv ing
d e c is io n s by th e E n g in e er s . T h e E n g in e er s h a l l g ive his
d e c is io n w i th i n 1 4 d ay s of r e c e ip t o f n o ti c e . I f e i t h er p a r ty
is not s atisfied wi th the d e cision of t h e Engin e er or th e
E n g i n e e r f a ils to g iv e th e d e cis i o n w i t hi n th e p er io d o f 1 4
d ay s f r o m t h e d at e o f r e c e i p t o f n o t i c e u n d e r t h i s c l a u s e ,
s u ch a dis p u t e may b e r ef e r r e d t o A r b it r at i on as p er C l a us e
N o . 11 5 .
E x c ep t w h er e , o th e r w ise p r ov id e d f o r in t h is c o n tr a ct, a l l
q u es t io n s a n d d i s p u te s r el a t in g t o th e me a n i n g o f
in s t r u c t io n h e a r in bef o r e me n ti o n ed o r as to any o th e r
q u es t io n , cl a i m, r ig h t , mat t e r o f h an d i n g w h a ts oe v e r , if a n y
ar i s i n g o u t o f o r r e l a t in g t o th i s c o n tr a ct, s p e ci f i c a t i o n ,
es ti ma tes, Ins truct ions, orders or thes e co n d itions or
o th e r w is e c o n c e r n i n g t h e w o r k s , o r t h e ex e cu t i o n o r f a il u r e
to ex e cu t e t h e s a m e w h e r e a r i s i n g d u r in g th e p r o g r es s of
th e w o r k o r af t er c o mp let io n o r ab an d o n men t th er eo f o f any
ma t t e r d i r e c t l y o r in d ir e ct ly c o n n ec t e d w it h th i s a g r e e me n t
s h al l b e r ef er r e d t o t h e s o l e A r b i tr a t i o n o f th e M u nic ip al
C o m mi s s i o n e r o f N a v i M u mb a i C o r p or a t i o n , C . B . D . , N a v i
M u mb a i a n d i f th e M u n i c i p al C o mmi s s io n e r is u n ab l e o r
unwilling to act as s u ch , th en th e ma tt er in dispu te sh al l b e
r ef e r r e d t o s o l e A r b i tr a t i o n o r s u c h ot h er p e r s o n a p p o in t ed
by the Municip al co mmiss i oner who is willin g to act as
s u ch A r bitr a to r . I n cas e, t h e A r b i tr a to r s o a p p o i n t e d i s
unabl e t o a c t f o r a n y re a s o n s , th e M u n i c ip a l C o mmi s s i on er
in th e event of su ch in abilit y shall ap point another p erso n
to act as A r bitrat or in accordance with th e ter ms of th e
contract. Such person s hal l b e entitl ed to proceed wi th t h e
r ef e ren c e f r o m t h e s t a t e a t w h ich it w as l e f t b y his
prede cessors. It is also a ter m of t h is con tra ct th at n o
p er s o n o t h e r t h an a p e r s o n ap p o in te d by th e M u n ic ip a l
C o m mi s s i o n e r a s a f o r e s a id s h o u ld a c t a s a n A r b it r ato r .
A s a f or e s a id t h e p r o vi s i o n s of the arbit r ation and
co n ci l i a ti o n a ct 1 9 9 6 o r a n y s t atu to r y mo d if i c a t i o n o r
Reen ac t ment thereo f and the rules mad e th er e un der and for
th e t i me b e in g i n f o r ce s h al l a p p l y to th e ar b it r at i o n
p r o c e ed i n g s u n d e r t h is c l au s e .
T h i s c o n t r ac t s h a l l b e g o ve r n ed b y t he I n d i a n L a w s f o r t h e
ti me b ei n g i n fo rc e .
P A R T – VI I
WORK COMPLETION & DEFECT LIABILITY
C l ear an c e o f S it e U p o n t h e i s s u e of a ny T a kin g o v e r c e r ti f ic at e t h e
o n C o mp l et io n
C o ntr a c t o r s h a l l c l e a r aw a y an d r e mo v e f r o m t h at p ar t o f
the s ite t o which such Taking-over Cert ifi cate re lates al l
C o ntr a c t o r ’ s e q u ip me n t , s u r p l u s ma t er i a l s , r u b b i s h a n d
te mp o r a r y W o r k s o f e v er y k in d , a nd l e a v e s u c h p ar t of t h e
sit e and Works cl ean and i n a Workma n like condi tion to
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th e s a t i s f a c t i o n o f t h e E n g in e er . I f th e C o ntr a c t or d o e s n o t
cl e a r t h e s i t e w i th i n 1 5 d ay s a ll mat er i al w i l l b e
co n f i s ca t e d an d n o c o mp e ns at io n s h a l l b e p a id a nd t h e s i t e
w i ll b e cl e a r ed a t r i s k an d co s t o f t h e C o n t r a c to r .
On co mp l e t i o n o f t h e W o rk , t h e C o n tra c t o rs s h al l f ur nis h
f r e e o f c o s t 1 s et o f R . T . F . o f f i n a l c o mp l et i o n d r aw in g s
an d 6 bo u n d s e t s o f c o p ie s o f d r aw in g s , s h ow in g a l l t h e
d et a i ls c h e c k ed a n d s i g n ed b y th e E n g in e er w i th i n 2 mo n t h s
o f co mp l e tio n o f W o r k s . T h e p ay me n t o f f in a l b i l l s h a l l b e
ma d e to t h e Contr actors af t er receipt of abov e s ets. In c as e
the C o n tra c to r f ai ls t o s u b mi t t h e c o mp l e t io n d raw i ngs , a
co mp en s a tio n a t th e r at e o f R s . 5 0 0 0/ - p er d r aw in g s h a l l b e
r ec o v er e d f r o m t h e f i n al b i l ls
( 1) A s s oo n a s W o r k i s co mp le t e d , th e C o n t r a c to r s h al l g i v e
n o ti c e o f s u ch c o mp l e t io n t o th e E n g i n e e r a nd w it h in 2 8
(Tw enty -eight) day s of receip t of such n o tic e th e
Engineer shal l inspect th e W orks and shal l furnish th e
Co n tr a cto r w ith a c er tif i ca te o f co mp le tio n in d ic atin g
( a) t h e d a te o f co mp le tio n ( b ) th e d ef e cts t o b e r e c t if i e d
by t h e C o n tr a cto r , a n d /o r ( c) i t e ms f o r w h i c h p a y me n t
s h a l l b e ma d e a t r ed u c ed r a tes . W h e n s e p ar a t e p er i o ds o f
c o mp l e t io n hav e b e en s p e c i f i e d f o r i t e ms or g r o u ps o f
ite ms, th e Engin eer shal l iss u e s ep ara te co mp l et io n
c er t if i c a te s f o r s uch i t e ms or gr o up s o f i t ems . N o
c er t if i c a te of co mp l et io n s h al l b e i s s u ed , n o r th e Wo r k s
be cons i d er ed to be co mp l et e till the Con tractor s hal l
h av e r e mo v ed f r o m th e p r e mi s e s o n w h ich t h e W o r ks h a s
been exe cut ed, all sc affolding, s h ed s and surplus
mat er i als , ex c ep t s u ch a s r e q u ir e d f o r r e ct if i c a t i o n o f
d ef e cts , r u b b is h an d a l l h u t s a n d s a n i t a r y a r r a n g e me n t s
r eq u i r ed f or h is W or ke r s o n th e s it e i n c o n ne c t i on w i th
t he ex e cu t io n o f W o r k s as s ha l l h av e b e e n e r e c ted by t h e
C o n tr a c t o r o r th e W o r k me n an d c le a n e d a ll d ir t f r o m a l l
p ar t s o f b ui l d i n g ( s ) in , u p o n o r ab o u t w h ich th e W o r k
h as be e n e x e c u te d or o f w h ich h e may h av e h ad
possession
for
t he p u r p o s e o f e x e cu t io n
th e r eo f
a nd c l e an ed f lo o r s , gu t t e r s a n d d r a in s , e a s ed d oo r s an d
sash es , o il ed an d fast en in g s , lab eled th e key s cl ear ly
a nd h an d e d th e m o v er to th e E ng i n e e r o r h i s
represent a tive an d ma d e the w hole pre mis es fit for
i m med i at e o c c u p at io n o r u s e t o t he s at is f a c t i on o f t h e
Engineer. If the Co ntra ctor s h al l fail to co mp ly with an y
o f t h e r e q u ir e me n ts o f t h i s C o n d it io n a s a f o r e s a i d , o n o r
b ef o r e th e d a t e o f co mp le ti o n o f W or k s , t h e E n g in e er
may at th e ex p en s e o f th e Co n tr a cto r f u lf i ll s u ch
r eq u i r e me n t s an d d i s p o s e o f a l l th e s u r p l u s ma t e r ia l an d
r u b b is h e tc . a s h e t h in k s f i t a nd t h e C o n tr a ct o r s h al l
hav e no cla i ms in respe ct of an y such ma teria l ex cept
for any sum ac tua ll y realis ed by the sale th er eof less th e
c os t of f u l f il lin g th e r e q u i r e me n t s a n d a n y o th e r a mo u n t
t ha t may b e d u e f r o m th e C o n tr a cto r . I f th e e x p en s e o f
f u lf i ll in g s u ch r e q u ir e me n t is mo r e t h an t h e a mo u n t
rea lis es on such disposal as afores ai d, the Contracto r
shall forthwith on de mand p ay such excess.
The Contr a ctor`s noti ce of co mp l et ion as aforesa id s hal l
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hav e t o a c c o mp a n i e d w i th o ne s e t o f t ra c in g s of f inal
c o mp l e t io n d r aw in g s o n R T F a n d s i x b o u n d s e t s o f
c op i es o f as b u i l t d r a w i n gs , B I M mo del f ai l i n g w h i ch
t he no t i ce s h a ll b e de e me d t o h av e n o t b een i s s u ed a t
all.
( 2) If at a ny t i me b e f o r e co mp l e t i o n o f th e e n tir e W o rk ,
i t e ms or g r o u p s o f i t e ms f o r w h i c h s ep ar at e p er io d s o f
co mp let io n h av e b e en s pe c if ied , h av e b een c o mp l et ed ,
t he E n g in e er w i t h th e co n s e n t of th e C o ntr ac t o r t a k e s
p o s s e s s i o n o f a n y p a r t o r p ar t s of t h e s a me ( a n y s u ch
p ar t o r p ar t s b e i n g h er e in a f te r in t h is c o n d it io n r ef e r r ed
to as " th e r e lev an t p ar t" ) th en n o t- w it h stan d in g
a ny th in g ex p r e s s e d o r i mp l i e d e ls e w h e r e in t hi s
contr ac t.
( a) W it h in 2 8 d ay s of d at e o f c o mp l e t io n o f s u ch i t e m s o r
g r o u p of i te ms or p o s s e s s i o n of t h e r e l e v a n t p ar t t he
Engine er shall issu e a co mp l et ion cer t ific a te for the
r e l e v an t p a r t p r o v id ed th e C o n t r a c to r f u lf i l l s h is
o b l ig a t i o n f o r r el ev an t p ar t a s i n s u b - par a ( 1 ) ab o v e
( b ) The defects l iab ilit y period in respect of such it ems
an d r e lev an t p ar t s h all b e d e e me d to h av e co mmen ced
f r o m t h e c er t if i ed d at e o f co mp l e t i o n o f s u ch i te ms o r
relevan t part as th e case may be.
( c) F o r t h e p u r p o s e of a s c er ta i n in g c o mp e n s a t i on f or
d e l a y u nd er C la u s e N o . 8 8 i n r es p e c t o f an y
p e r io d d u r i n g w h ic h th e W or k s ar e n o t c o mp l et e d t h e
r el ev an t p ar t s h a ll b e d e e me d to f o r m a s ep ar at e it e m
o r gr o u p , w it h d at e of co mp le t io n a s g iv e n i n t h e
c o n tr a c t o r as e x t e n d e d u n d e r C l a u s e N o .8 0 an d
actu al dat e of co mp letion as certifi ed by th e En gineer
under this condition .
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( 3) If a ny par t o f t h e W o r k s h all h a v e b e en s ub s tan ti a l ly
co mp let ed and s h all have s ati sfac to rily pass ed any final
test th at may be prescrib ed und er th e contract, th e
Engineer may is sue a c ertifi ca te of co mpl etion in
r es p e c t
of
th a t
p ar t
of
the
Works before
c o mp l e t io n o f t h e w h o l e W or k s a n d u p o n th e i s s u e o f
such cer tific at es , t h e Contr actors s h all b e de e me d to
h av e u n d er t ak e n t o co mp l e t e a n y o u ts ta n d in g W or k s in
t ha t p ar t o f th e W o r k s d u r in g th e p er i o d o f ma i n t e n a n c e .
T ak i n g O v er of Corporati on will ta ke over the Work at any stag e when ev er
W o rk
r eq u i r e d i n t h e i n t e r e s t o f p u b li c b y g i v in g 10 d ay s n o ti c e
to the C o n tr a cto r .
D e f ec t s L i a b i li t y T h e C o n t r ac to r s h al l b e r e s p o ns ib l e to mak e g o o d a n d
P e r io d
r e med y a t h i s o w n ex p e n s e w it h in s u c h p e r io d a s may b e
stipu la ted by the E ngineer a ny defect s which may dev e lop
o r b e no t i c e d b ef or e th e e x p i r y o f t h e p e r i o d me n ti o n e d i n
th e S c h e d u le ` A ' h e r e t o f r o m c er t if i ed d at e of co mp l et io n
an d i n t i m a t i o n of w hi c h h a s b e en s e n t t o th e C on t r a c t o r
w i th i n 7 day s of e x p ir y o f the s a id p e r io d b y let t e r s e n t by
h an d d el i v e r y o r by r eg i s t e r e d p o s t .
Liab ility
for If it s hal l appear to the Eng ine er or to his repres ent at iv e a t
D e f ec t s
or an y
ti me
d u r i ng
co n s t r u c t i o n
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o r r e co n s t r u ct io n o r du r i n g t h e d ef e c t s ‚ l ia b il i t y per io d ,
th a t a n y W o r k h a s b e en e x e c u t ed w i t h un s ou n d , i mp er f e c t
o r u n s k i ll f ul W o r kman s h ip o r th a t a ny mat er i al o r a r t i cl e
p r o v i d ed by th e C o n tr a cto r f o r ex e c u t io n of th e r e o f t h e
W o r k is un s ou n d o r o f a q u a l it y in f er i o r to th a t c o n tr a ct e d
for, or otherwise, not in acco rdan c e w ith th e Contrac t, or
th a t a n y d e f e c t, s h r in k a g e o r o t h er f a u l ts h av e a p p e a r e d in
th e W o r k ar i s in g o u t o f d e f ec ti v e o r i mp r o pe r ma ter i a ls o r
W o r k man s h i p ,
the
Co n tr a c to r
s h al l,
up o n
receipt
o f n o t ic e i n w r it in g in t h a t b e h al f f r o m t h e E n g in e er
f or t h w i th r ec t ify o r r e mov e o r r e c o n s tr u ct th e W o r k s o
s p ec i f i e d i n w h o l e o r p a r t, a s t h e c as e may r e q u ir e o r , a s
th e c as e may b e , a n d / or r emo v e th e mat e r i als or ar t i c l e s
s o s pe c i f i ed an d pr o v i d e o th er p r o p er a n d s u it a b l e
ma t e r ia l s o r a r t i c l e s a t h is o w n ex p en s e n o t w it h s t a n d in g
th a t th e s a me may h av e b e en in a d v e r t e n tly p a s s e d , c er t if i e d
and p a i d f o r , an d i n t h e ev e n t o f h is f ai li n g t o d o so w it hi n
th e p er i o d t o b e s p e ci f i e d by t h e E n g in e er i n h is n o t ic e
af o r e s a i d t h e E n g in e er ma y r e c t i f y o r r e mo v e an d r eex e cu t e t h e W o r k a n d/o r r e mo v e an d r ep l a c e w i t h o t h er s
the mat eri als or ar t icles co mp la in ed of, as the ca se may be,
by o t h er mea n s a t t h e r i s k a n d co s t o f t h e C o n tr a cto r . I n
case of repairs a nd ma inten anc e Work, splash es an d
d r o p p i n g s f r o m w h i te w a s h in g , p ai n tin g e t c . s h a ll b e
re mo v ed
and su rfaces
clean ed
si mu lt an e ous ly
with
co mp letio n of these items o f Work in individ u al roo ms,
quarters or pre mis es et c. wh ere th e W o rk is do ne, witho u t
w a it in g f o r co mp l e t i o n o f al l o th er i t e ms o f W o r k i n t h e
contrac t. In cas e the Co ntractor fails to co mp ly with
r eq u i r e me n t o f th i s c o nd i ti o n , th e E n gin e e r s h a l l h a v e t h e
r ig h t t o g et th e W o r k d o n e by o th e r me a n s at t h e r is k an d
co s t o f th e Co n tra c to r .
The Eng i neer shall giv e thre e d ay s noti ce in w riting to t he
C o ntr a c t o r b e f o r e t a k in g s u c h a ct io n .
The E n g i n e er re s e rv e s th e r ig h t t o d e c id e t h e rat es and
pric es of the Works as ex ecu t ed by other me ans at th e ris k
an d c os t o f th e Co n t r ac to r .
The co st and exp enses th er eby incurred on the Works and
also s uch pen al ty as th e Engineer may i mp os e for such
w r o n g f u l co n d u c t o f t h e C o n t r a c to r ( w h ic h pen a lty , t h e
E n g i n e e r s h a l l b e co mp e t e n t to i mp o s e a n d a g ain s t t h e
i mp o s it io n o f w h i c h o r th e amo u n t t h e r e o f by t h e E n g in e e r
an appeal shall lie only to the Co mmis s ioner wi thin sev en
d ay s of th e o r d er i n th a t b eh alf o f t h e E n g in e er an d t h e
d e c is io n s o f t h e C o mmis s io n e r s h a ll b e f in al a nd b in d in g
u p on th e C o n tr a c t o r ) may b e ded u c t ed f r o m a n y mo n ey du e
or to be c o me d u e to th e C o n tr a cto r , u nd er t h is o r any ot her
co n t r a c t b etw e en t h e C o n tr a c t o r a n d th e C or p o r a t i on .
The Cont rac tor s h all ma in t ai n th e fin i shed surface of th e
r oa d f o r a p e r i o d a s s p e ci f i e d i n C o n t r a c t d o c u me n t , af t er
th e co m p le tio n o f W o r k w it h o u t a ny e x tr a co s t to
co r p o r at io n ir r e s p e c t i v e o f t h e d es ig n s , s t a n d ar d s a n d
spec ifi cat ions and actu al tra ffic e tc. The Con tractor s h all
get th e p o thol es filled up with as ph alt mi x mat eri als an d
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ke e p th e ro ad s u rf a c e in g o o d c o n d i t i o n th r o u g hout t h e
y ea r . 5 p er c en t a mo u n t o f th e to t al W o r k d o n e s h al l b e w i t h
h el p f r o m r u n n in g a cc o u n t b i l l f o r t h e p e r i o d s p e ci f i e d i n
th e Co n t r a c t d o c u men t f r o m t h e d at e o f co mp l e t i o n o f W o r k
as mai n t e n an ce c h ar g e s o f mai n t a in i n g a n d k e ep i n g t h e
r oa d in g o o d co n d i t i o n .
T h i s 5 p er c e n t a mo u n t w it h h el d t o w a r d s mai n t e n an c e
ch arges shall b e a llowed to b e repl aced with B an k
g u ar a n t e e or o th e r r e co g n iz e d f o r ms a t i n t e r me d ia t e s t a g e,
if so , d es ir ed in w r itin g . T h is main ten an c e ch ar g es sh all b e
in additio n to s ecur ity deposit. On co mpletion of th e Work
in all res p ects, necess ar y certificat es w ill be is sued by th e
Engin e e r a n d t h e defe c t l i a b il it y p e rio d w il l b e coun t ed
f r o m th e d at e o f i s s u e o f su ch c er t if i c a te s . A l l d a ma g e s
d u r i n g ex e cu t io n s ha l l b e mad e go o d by t h e C o n t r a c to r a t
his co s t . H e w il l b e re s p o n s i b l e fo r an y d a mag e to th e r oad
s u r f ac e i n clu d in g B . T . s u r f ac e i n r ai n y s e a s o n a n d d u r in g
constr u c t i o n a n d g u a r a n te e d mai n t e n an ce p e ri o d and n o
s e p a r at e p ay men t w i l l b e ma d e f o r r es or t in g s u c h d a ma g es ,
De f e c ti v e W o rk i s liab l e t o b e re j e c t e d at an y s tag e.
T h e C on tr a c to r o n n o a c c o u n t c a n r e f u s e t o r e ct ify d ef e ct s
me r el y o n r e as o ns t h a t f u rth e r W o r k has b e e n c a r r ie d o u t .
No ex tra pay ments shall be mad e for such rectifi cat ion.
The Con tract sh all not be co nsider ed as co mp leted un ti l a
Defects L iab il ity Certif ic at e shall hav e b een si gned by the
E n g i n e e r an d d e liv e r e d t o th e C o n tr a c t o r , s ta ti n g th e d a t e
on w h ic h th e C o n t r a c to r s h a l l h av e co mp l e t ed his
obligat io n s t o ex e c u t e a n d c o mp l e t e t h e W o r k s a n d r eme dy
an y defects therein to the Eng ineer’s satis f ac tion.
Th e D ef e cts L iab i lity Cer tif ica te sh al l b e g iv en by th e
E n g i n e e r w it h in 2 8 d ay s af t er t he ex p i r at io n o f t h e l at e s t
s u ch p e r i o d , o r as s o o n th e r e a f ter as an y W o r ks ins t r u ct ed ,
p u r s ua n t to C l au s es 1 2 1 a n d h av e b e en c o mp l e t ed to t h e
satisfaction of the Engineer, P rovided that th e issue of th e
D e f e c ts L ia b i l i t y C e r t i f i c at e s h a l l n o t b e a c o n d i t io n
p r e c ed e n t to p ay me n t t o t h e C o n tr a c t o r o f t h e R e t en t i o n
M o n ey .
N o tw ith s t a n d in g t h e i s s u e o f th e D e f ec ts L i ab i l i t y
Cert ifi cate the Con tra ctor an d the Corporation s h all re ma in
li ab l e f o r t h e f u l f i l l me n t o f an y o b l ig a t i o n in c u r r e d u n d e r
th e p r o v i s i o n s o f th e C o n tr a ct p r i o r to th e i s s u e o f t h e
D e f e c ts L i a b i l i t y Cer t if i c a t e i s is s u e d a n d , f o r t h e p u r p o s e s
o f d et e r mi n i n g t h e n a t u r e a n d e x ten t o f an y s uch
o b li g a t io n , t he C o n t r a c t s h al l b e d e e me d to r e ma i n in f o r c e
b et w e en t h e p ar t ies t o t h e C o n t r a c t. N o t w ith s t an d in g t h e
iss u e of the Defect s Liab ility Certif icate th e Contractor an d
th e Co r p o r atio n s h al l re mai n liab le f o r th e f ul f ill me n t o f
any o b l ig a t i o n in c u rr e d u n d e r th e p r o vi s i o n s of t he
Contract prior to th e is sue of the Defects Liab i lity
C er t if i c a t e is i s s u e d a n d , f o r th e pu r p o s e s o f d e t e r mi n i n g
th e n a tu r e an d ex t e n t o f a ny s u ch o b l ig a ti o n , t he C o n t r a c t
s h al l b e d e e me d to r e mai n in f o r c e b e t w een t he p a r ti es to
the Contr act.
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R e f un d
of T h e a mo u nt o f s e c u r it y d e p o s it lo d g e d b y a C on t r ac t o r
S ecur ity D ep o sit
s h al l b e r e f u n d e d a l o n g w i t h t h e p ay men t o f t h e f in a l b i l l ,
or after t h e expiry of the d efect l iabil ity period which ever
is l a t er u nl e s s th e E n g in e er is o f t h e o p in i o n t h a t i n o r d er
to s af eg u ar d a g ain st d ef e c t s a n d p en d i n g c l a i m s ag a in s t t h e
C o n t r a c t o r i t is n e c e s s a r y t o r e t ai n mo r e a mo u n t r e t a in e d a s
r et en t io n mo n e y .
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ANNEXURE ‘A’
(See Condition 24)
Safety Provisions
1.
Suitable scaffolds shall be provided for workmen for all that cannot safely be done from
the ground, or from solid construction except such short period work as can be done
safely from ladders. When a ladder is used an extra mazdoor shall be engaged for
holding the ladder and if the ladder is used for carrying materials as well, suitable
footholds and handholds shall be provided on the ladder and the ladder shall be given an
inclination not steeper than ¼ to 1 (¼ horizontal and 1 vertical).
2.
Scaffolding or staging more than 3.25 meters above the ground or floor, swung or
suspended from an overhead support or erected with stationary support, shall have a
guard rail properly attached, belted braced and other wise secured at least 1 meter high
above the floor or platform of such scaffolding or staging and extending along the entire
length of the outside and ends thereof with only such openings as may be necessary for
the delivery of materials. Such scaffolding or staging shall be so fastened as to prevent it
from swaying from the building or structure.
3.
Working platform, gangways, and stairways shall be so constructed that they do not sag
unduly or unequally, and if height of a platform or gangway or stairway is more than 3.25
meters above ground level or floor level, it shall be closely boarded, have adequate width
and be suitably fenced as described in 2 above.
4.
Every opening in floor of a building or in a working platform shall be provided with
suitable means to prevent fall or persons or materials by providing suitable fencing or
railing with a minimum height of 1 meter.
5.
Safe means of access shall be provided to all working platforms and other working
places. Every ladder shall be securely fixed. No portable single ladder shall be over
9 meters in length. Width between side rails in a rung ladder shall in no case be less than
30 cm for ladder upto and including 3 meters in length. For longer ladders this width
shall be increased by at least 6 mm for each additional 30 cm of length. Uniform step
spacing shall not exceed 30 cm.
Adequate precaution shall be taken to prevent danger from electrical equipment. No
materials on any of the sites shall be so stacked or places as to cause danger or
inconvenience to any person or the public. The Contractor shall provided all necessary
fencing and lights to protect public from accidents and shall be bound to bear expenses of
defence of every suit, action or other proceeding at law that may be brought by any
person for injury sustained owing to neglect of the above precautions and to pay any
damages and costs which may be awarded in any such suit, action or proceedings to any
such person or which may with the consent of the Contractor be paid to compromise any
claim by any such person.
6.
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Excavation and Trenching:- All trenches, 1.5 metres or more in depth , shall at all times
be supplied with at least one ladder for each 30 metres in length or fraction thereof,
ladder shall be extended from bottom of trench to at least 1 metre above surface of the
ground sides of a trench which is 1.5 meters or more in depth shall be stepped back to
give suitable slope, or securely held by timber bracing, so as to avoid the danger of sides
collapsing. Excavated material shall not be placed within 1.5 meters of edge of trench or
half or depth of trench, whichever is more. Cutting shall be done from top to bottom.
Under no circumstances shall undermining or under cutting be done.
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7.
Demolition: Before any demolition work is commenced and also during the process of
the work
a.
All roads and open areas adjacent to the work site shall either be closed or
suitably protected.
b.
No electric cable or apparatus which is liable to be a source of danger over a cable
or apparatus used by operator shall remain electrical charged,
c.
All practical steps shall be taken to prevent danger to persons employed, from risk
of fire or explosion, or flooding. No floor, roof or other part of a building shall be
so overloaded with debris or materials as to render it unsafe.
8.
All necessary personal safety equipment as considered adequate by the Engineer shall be
available for use of persons employed on the site and maintained in a condition suitable
for immediate use, and the Contractor shall take adequate steps to ensure proper use of
equipment by those concerned.
a)
Workers employed on mixing asphaltic materials, cement and lime
mortars/concrete shall be provided with protective footwear, hand gloves and
goggles.
b)
Those engaged in handling any material which is injurious to eyes shall be
provided with protective goggles.
c)
Those engaged in welding works shall be provided with welder’s protective eyeshields.
d)
Stone breakers shall be provided with protective goggles and protective clothing
and seated at sufficiently safe intervals.
e)
When workers are employed in sewers and manholes, which are in use, the
Contractor shall ensure that manhole covers are opened and manholes are
ventilated at least for an hour before workers are allowed to get into them.
Manholes so opened shall be cordoned off with suitable railing and proided with
warning signals or boards to prevent accident to public.
f)
The Contractor shall not employ men below the age of 18 and women on the
work of painting with products containing lead in any form. Whenever men above
the age of 18 are employed on the work of lead painting the following precautions
shall be taken;
g)
No paint containing lead or lead products shall be used except in the form of paste
or readymade paint.
i)
Suitable face masks shall be supplied for use by workers when paint is
applied in the form of spray or surface having lead paint dry rubbed and
scrapped.
ii)
Overalls shall be supplied by the Contractor to workmen and adequate
facilities shall be provided to enable working painters to wash during and
on cessation of work.
9.
When work is done near any place where there is risk of drowning, all necessary
equipment shall be provided and kept ready for use and all necessary steps taken for
prompt rescue of any person in danger and adequate provision made for prompt first aid
treatment of all injuries likely to be sustained during the course of the work.
10
Use of hoisting machines and tackle including their attachments, anchorage and supports
shall conform to the following:
(a) (i) These shall be of good mechanical construction, sound material and adequate
strength and free from patent defects and shall be kept in good repair and in good
working order.
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(ii) Every rope used in hoisting or lowering materials or as a means of suspension
shall be of durable quality and adequate strength, and free from patent defects.
(b)
Every crane driver or hoisting appliance operator shall be properly qualified and
no person under the age of 21 years shall be in charge of any hoisting machine
including any scaffold winch or give signals to operator.
(c)
In case of every hoisting machine and of every chain ring hook, shackle, swivel
and pulley block used in hoisting or lowering or as means of suspension, safe
working load shall be ascertained by adequate means. Every hoisting machine and
all gear referred to above shall be plainly marked with safe working load. In case
of hoisting machine having a variable safe working load, each safe working load
and the conditions under which it is applicable shall be clearly indicated. No part
of any machine or of any gear referred to above in this paragraph shall be loaded
beyond safe working load except for the purpose of testing.
(d)
In case of departmental machine, safe working load shall be notified by the
Engineer, as regards Contractor’s machine the Contractor shall notify safe
working load of each machine to the Engineer whenever he brings it to site of
work and get it verified by the Engineer.
11.
Motors, gearing, transmission, electric wiring and other dangerous parts of hoisting
appliances shall be provided with efficient safeguards, hoisting appliances shall be
provided with such means as will reduce to the minimum risk of accidental descent of
load, adequate precautions shall be taken to reduce to the minimum risk of any part of a
suspended load becoming accidentally displaced. When workers are employed on
electrical installations which are already energized, insulating mats, wearing apparel such
as gloves, sleeves and boots, as may be necessary, shall be provided. Workers shall not
wear any rings, watches and carry keys or other materials which are good conductors of
electricity.
12.
All scaffolds, ladders and other safety devices mentioned or described herein shall be
maintained in a safe condition and no scaffold, ladder or equipment shall be altered or
removed while it is in use. Adequate washing facilities shall be provided at or near places
of work.
13.
These safety provision shall be brought to the notice of all concerned by display
on a notice board at a prominent place at the work spot. Persons responsible for
ensuring compliance with the Safety Provisions shall be named therein by the
Contractor.
14.
To ensure effective enforcement of the rules and regulations relating to safety
precautions, arrangements made by the Contractor shall be open to inspection by
the Engineer or his representative and the inspecting officers.
15.
Notwithstanding the above provisions 1 to 14, the Contractor is not exempted
from the operation of any other Act or Rule in force.
16.
Complete continuous barricading of G.I. sheet height 1.5 mtr. with the ground clearance
of 0.60 mtr. from the ground level and completely supported by M.S. angles (As per
design & instructions by the engineer) must be provided. For works of concrete and
asphalt road, this should be maintained till completion of work.
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ANNEXURE `B’
(SEE Condition No. 27)
DETAILS OF KEY PEROSNNEL WITH TENDERER WHO ARE PROPOSED FOR
THIS CONTRACT
Sr.
No.
Description of
category
Name
1.
2.
3.
Qualification Professional
experience
and details
of works
carried out
4.
5.
Since how
long in
service with
tenderer
Remarks
6.
7.
SIGNATURE OF TENDERER:
Date:
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ANNEXURE `D’
INDEMNITY BOND
ON STAMP PAPER OF VALUE OF Rs. 100/In consideration of Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation incorporated under BPMC act 1949
and having its office at Head Office Building, 2nd Floor, Plot No. 01, Sector – 15A, C.B.D., Navi
Mumbai - 400 614. (hereinafter referred to as the Corporation, which expression, shall unless it
be repugnant to the context or meaning thereof includes its successors or assigns) having
awarded
to
M/s_______________________________________________________________Partnership/Pr
oprietorship/Pvt. Ltd./Ltd. Firm carrying in such name and style the business of construction
(hereinafter to after to as the contractor which expression shall unless) repugnant to the context
or meaning thereof, includes its partners or Partner/Proprietor for the time being or its surviving
Partner or his heirs and executor) for the work of
at an_____________ percent above / below estimated cost of Rs.________________________
and in compliance with one of the terms and conditions of the said Contact.
We, M/s ___________________________________________being the Contractor do hereby
agree and undertake and indemnify and save harmless the Corporation in consequence for the
manufacturing defect, patent manufacturing defect and construction defect found in the
constructed work at any time in a defect liability period of ______ years with the grant of
completion certificate by the Corporation to the contractor in accordance with and subject to the
provision of the said contract.
It is hereby agreed and declared that the Joint City Engineer of the Corporation or any officer
acting as such Joint City Engineer of the Corporation shall be the Competent Authority to decide
upon the question as to the defects in the construction of works and the remedy to be applied by
the contractor for their rectification at his cost and his decision shall be final, conclusive and
binding upon both the Corporation and the Contractor, provided that the Joint City Engineer
shall so decide after giving an opportunity to the Contractor to represent his case.
We hereby agree and undertake irrevocable and unconditionally to carry out duly each and every
decision, order, direction or instruction as may be issued by the said Joint City Engineer or as the
case may be, the officer of the Corporation in his behalf and to rectify properly and promptly the
defect found by him.
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FOR AND ON BEHALF OF M/S_____________________________
_______________________________________________________
Place: - _________________
Date: - __________________
SEAL
Notary, Maharashtra State
Before me
Notary, Maharashtra State
Noted and Registered at _____________________
Serial Number _____________________
For & on Behalf of Corporation
Accepted By.
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ACCOMPANIMENT TO THE GOVERNMENT RESOLUTION
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT NO. CAT/06/04/148, DATED: 16/05/2005
PRICE VARIATION CLAUSE
If during the operative period of the Contract as defined in condition (I) below, there shall be any
variation in the consumer price Index (New Series) for Industrial Workers for Mumbai Center as
per the labour Gazette Published by the Co mmi ssio n er of Labour, Government of
Maharashtra and/or in the whole-sale Price Index for all commodities prepared by the office of
Economic Advisor, Ministry of Industry, Government of India, or in the price of petrol / oil and
lubricants and major construction materials like bitumen, cement, steel, various types of metal
pipes etc., then Subject to the other conditions mentioned below, price adjustment on account of
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Labour component
Material Component
Petrol, Oil and Lubricants Component
Bitumen Component
HYSD/ Mild Steel Component
Cement Component
C.I. and D.I. Pipes Component
Calculated as per the formula hereinafter appearing, shall be made. Apart from these, no other
adjustment shall be made to the contract price for any whatsoever. Component percentages as
given below are as the cost of work put to tender. Total of Labour, Material & POL component
shall be 100 and other component shall be as per actuals.
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Items
Labour
Component (K1)
49%
42%
37%
25%
41%
39%
27%
25%
For New Road Works
For WBM Road
For WBM & Asphalting Road
For Asphalting Road Works
For Drainage Works
For Bridge Works
For Building Works
For Concrete Road Works
Bitumen Component
HYSD & Mild Steel Component
Cement Component
C.I. and D.I. Pipe Component
Material
Component (K2)
47%
49%
56%
61%
52%
58%
72%
63%
Pol Component
(K3)
4%
9%
7%
14%
7%
3%
1%
12%
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Note: If Cement, Steel, Bitumen, C.I. & D.I. Pipes are supplied on Schedule ``A’’ then
respective component shall not be considered. Also if particular component is not relevant same
shall be delete.
1. Formula for Labour Component :
V1 = 0.85P K1 X L1 – L0
100
L0
Where,
V1 = Amount of price variation in Rupees to be allowed for Labour component
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P =
Cost of work done during the quarter under Consideration Minus the cost of cement,
HYSD and Mild Steel, Bitumen C.I. and D.I. Pipes calculated at the basic star rates as
applicable for the tender, consumed during the quarter under consideration.
The star rates shall be considered for the preparation of estimate or at the time of
comparison with new DSR.
K1 = Percentage of Labour Component as indicated above.
L0 = Basic Consumer Price Index for Mumbai center shall be average consumer price index
for the quarter preceding the month in which the last date prescribed for receipt of tender
falls.
L1 = Average consumer price index for Mumbai centre for the quarter under consideration.
2.
Formula for Material Component:
V2= 0.85P K2 x M1 - M0
100
M0
Where,
V2 = Amount of price variation in Rupees to be allowed for Material Component
P = Same as worked out for Labour Component
K2 = Percentage of Material Component as indicated above.
M0 = Basic wholesale price index shall be average wholesale price Index for quarter
Proceeding the month in which the last date prescribed for receipt of tender falls.
M1 = Average wholesale price index during the quarter under consideration.1`
3.
Formula for Petrol, Oil and Lubricant Component:
V3= 0.85P K3 x P1 – P0
100
P0
Where,
V2 = Amount of price variation in Rupees to be allowed for POL Component
P = same as worked out for Petrol, Oil and Lubricant Component
K3 = Percentage of Petrol, Oil and Lubricant Component
P0 = Average price of HSD at Mumbai during the quarter preceding the month in which the
last date prescribed for receipt of tender falls.
P1 = Average price of HSD at Mumbai during the quarter under Consideration
4.
Formula for Bitumen Component :
V4 = Qb (B1 – B0)
Where,
V4 = Amount of price variation in Rupees to be allowed for Bitumen Component.
Qb = Quantity of Bitumen (Grade) in metric tones used in the permanent works and approved
enabling works during the quarter under consideration.
B1 = Current Average ex-refinery price per metric tonne of Bitumen (Grade…) under
consideration including taxes (Octroi, excise sale tax) during the quarter under
consideration
B0 = Basic rate of Bitumen in Rupees per metric tonne as considered for working out value of
P or average ex-refinery price in rupees per metric tonne including taxes (Octroi, excise,
sales tax) of Bitumen for the grade of bitumen under consideration prevailing quarter
preceding the month in which the last date prescribed for receipt of tender falls,
whichever is higher.
5.
Formula for HYSD & Mild Steel Component :
V5 =
S0 (SI1 – SI0) x T
SI0
Where,
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V5 = Amount of price variation in Rupees to be allowed for HUSD / Mild Steel Component
S0 = Basic rate of HYSD / Mild Steel in Rupees per metric tonne as considered for working
out value of P
SI1 = Average steel index as per RBI Bulletin for the quarter under consideration
SI0 = Average of Steel Index as per RBI Bulletin for the quarter Preceding the month in which
the last date prescribed for receipt of tender falls.
T = Tonnage of Steel used in permanent works for the quarter under consideration
6
Formula for Cement Component :
V6 = C0 (CI1 – CI0) x T
CI0
Where,
V6 = Amount of price escalation in Rupees to be allowed for cement component.
C0 = Basic Rate of cement in Rupees per metric tonne as considered for working out P value
Cl1 = Average Cement Index published in the RBI Bulletin for quarter under consideration
Cl0 = Average of Cement Index published in the RBI Bulletin for quarter proceeding the month
in which the last date prescribed for receipt of tender falls.
T = Tonnage of Cement used in the permanent works for the quarter under consideration.
7.
Formula for C.I./D.I. Pipe Component :
V7 = Qd (D1 – D0)
Where,
V7 = Amount of price escalation in Rupees to be allowed for C.I./ D.I. component.
D0 = Pig Iron basic price in Rupees per tonne during the quarter under consideration
(Published by IISCO)
D1 = Average Pig Iron Price in Rupees per tonne during the quarter under consideration
(Published by IISCO).
Qd = Tonnage of C.I./D.I. Pipes used in the works during quarter under consideration.
The following conditions shall prevail:
(i) The operative period of the Contract shall mean the period commencing from the date of
work order issued to the Contractor and ending on the date on which the time allowed for the
completion of the works specified in the Contract for work expires, taking into consideration
the extension of time, if any, for the completion of the work granted by The Engineer under
the relevant clause of the Conditions of Contract in cases other than those where such
extension is necessitated on account of default of the Contractor. The decision of the
Engineer as regards the operative period of the Contract shall be final and binding on the
Contractor. Where any compensation for liquidated damages is levied on the Contractor on
account of delay in completion or inadequate progress under the relevant contract provisions,
for the balance of work from the day of levy of such compensation price adjustment amount
shall be worked out by pegging the indices, L, M, C, P, B, SI and CI to the levels
corresponding to the date from which such compensation is levied.
(ii) This price variation clause shall be applicable to all Contracts in B1/B2& C form but shall
not apply to piece works. The price variation shall be determined during each quarter as
per formula given above in this clause.
(iii)The price variation under this clause shall not be payable for the extra item required to be
executed during the completion of the work and also on the excess quantities of items
payable under the provision of Clause 38/37 of the contractor from B1/B2 resp. since the
rates payable for the extra items / or the extra quantities under clauses are to be fixed as per
current DSR or as mutually agreed to yearly revision till completion of such work. In other
words, when the completion / execution of extra items as well as extra quantities under
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clauses 38/37 of the contract from B1/B2 extends beyond the operative date of the DSR then
rates payable for the same beyond the date shall be revised with reference to the current DSR
prevalent at the that time on year basis or revised in accordance with mutual agreement there
on, as provided for in the Contract, whichever is less.
(iv) This clause is operative both ways, i.e. if the price variation as calculated above is on the plus
side, payment on account of the price variation shall be allowed to the Contractor & if it is on
the negative side, the Government shall be entitled to recover the same from the Contractor
and the amount shall be deductible from any amounts due and payable under the contract.
(v) To the extent that full compensation for any rise or fall in costs to the Contractor is not
entirely covered by the provision of this or other clauses in the contract, the unit rate and
prices included in the contract shall be deemed to include amounts to cover the contingency
of such other actual rise or fall in costs.
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HEAD OFFICE BUILDING, BELAPUR, NAVI MUMBAI
SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
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SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
1.0
GENERAL
A systems approach may be adopted for construction of the pavement, and the Method
Statement for carrying out the work, detailing all the activities including indication of
time cycle, equipment, personnel etc., shall be got approved from the Engineer before the
commencement of the work. The above shall include the type, capacity and make the
batching and mixing plant besides the hauling arrangement and paving equipment shall
be adequate for a paving rate of at least 1000 sq.m.in one day.
2.0
POWER OF ATTORNEY:
The contractor shall not issue any kind of power of attorney in favour of his bankers for
routine payments to the contractors through Bank.
3.0
UNDER GROUND UTILITY
All the underground utility, services such as water pipes, gas pipes, drains, sewers, cables
etc, which may be met up or about any excavation shall if the Engineer – In – Charge
deem it practicable, be properly maintained and protected by the contractor by means of
shoring, strutting, planking over, padding or otherwise as erected by the Engineer – In –
Charge during the progress of the work without claiming any extra charges. Any damage
to these underground utility services shall be immediately remedied by the contractor at his
own cost, failing which the Engineer – In –Charge may with or without notice adopt such
measures as he may deem necessary at the risk and cost of the contractor.
The contractor shall contact all the public bodies etc. to know the underground services
that may be encountered by him during the execution of work and account for the
consequences of the site constraints while submitting their tenders. No compensation/ cost
shall be payable on account of any underground services which obstructs the work and
cause delay.
4.0
Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining necessary permission/approvals from other
departments like Tree Authority. If there is delay in obtaining such approval/permissions,
only time extension will be granted and no escalation shall be paid for this delayed
period.
5.0
PROGRAMME OF WORK
The Contractor shall submit a Work Plan that shall include, but not be limited to the
following:
(a) General description of the arrangements and methods proposed by the Contractor to
carry out the Works:
(b) Detailed list of the Contractor’s resources (Plant, equipment, vehicles, materials,
laboratory, workshop, professional personnel, specialists, labour, organization chart,
etc.) assigned to the Works:
(c) Time schedule of the mobilization and deployment of the required resources and their
estimated average production rates to complete the Contract within the Time for
Completion
(d) The programme required under the Conditions of Contract; Clause 83 of Conditions
of Contract.
(e) Cash-flow statement showing anticipated payments due under the Contract.
The programme shall be a linked and resourced Gantt chart produced on approved
Project Programming software (supported versions of Microsoft Project or
Primavera) and shall show the following:
(f) The order in which the Works are to be constructed;
(g) Design periods (if applicable)
(h) Submission and approval periods for design, shop drawings, D&M manuals, record
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drawings, etc;
(i) Detailed activities for each task such as excavation, bedding, R.C.C works,
backfilling, reinstatement, block work, finishing works etc;
(j) Procurement, installation and commissioning periods for electrical works
(k) Power and other services connections;
(l) Tests before and after (if applicable) completion.
The Contractor shall programme his work in accordance with the Contract and in such a
way that he shall not impede any other Contractor working on or adjacent to the Site.
For sewerage works, unless otherwise instructed by the Engineer, the Contractor shall
programme his works such that he commences at the downstream manholes and
continues upstream in a logical sequence.
The programme of work shall identify when access to areas of live plant are required and
when shutdowns are required.
The EIC/ Architect shall give his comments on the programme within 7 days of its
submission. The Contractor shall not commence the Permanent Works until the Engineer
has approved his programme of work.
The approval by the Engineer of the programme of work shall not relieve the Contractor
of any of his duties or responsibilities under the Contract.
The Programme shall be submitted in electronic format using the latest version in
common use (e.g. compact disk) and as a paper print. The paper print may hide (roll up)
activities for individual tasks in order to reduce the size and number of prints required.
The disk copy shall be fully detailed.
The Contractor shall also submit details of the method in which he intends to carry out
the Works for the following where relevant:
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Traffic management including diversions and signage.
Maintenance of vehicular and pedestrian access to properties.
Diversion of utilities.
Excavation and support of the sides thereof.
Fencing and protection of excavations.
Safety of the public.
Safety of the workforce, safe working systems, safety awareness, first aid, personal
protective equipment.
Site security.
De -watering of excavations and disposal of ground water.
Sewage over-pumping.
Working in live sewers and confined spaces.
Transportation, lifting, stacking and storage of materials.
Site clearance and house-keeping.
Temporary works.
Testing of Contractor’s lifting equipment.
Testing of installed equipment.
Commissioning of installed equipment.
QA & QC procedures, document and inventory control.
Method Statements shall also be provided for any other activities when requested by
Engineer.
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6.0
REVIEW MEETINGS
The Contractor or his Authorized representative (approved by the EIC) shall attend all the
review meetings conducted by competent authority from time to time without any extra
cost and shall also remain present as and when required during checking of works at site.
7.0
PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WORKS:
No photographs of the Work or any part there of or equipment employed thereon shall be
taken or permitted by the contractor to be taken by any of his employees or any
employees of his sub- contractor without the prior approval of the Engineer in writing
and no such photographs shall be published or otherwise circulated without the approval
of the Engineer in writing.
8.0
NOTICES TO LOCAL BODIES:
i) The contractor shall comply with and give all notices required under any
Government Authority, Instrument, rule or order made under any Act of parliament,
state laws or any regulation or Bye-laws of any local authorities or public utilities
concern relating to Works. He shall before making any variation from the contract
drawings necessitated by such compliance give to the Engineer a notice giving
reasons for the proposed variation and obtained Engineer’s instructions thereon.
ii) The contractor shall pay and indemnify the N.M.M.C. against any liability in respect
of any fees or charges payable under any Act of parliament, state laws or any
Governmental Instrument rule or order any regulations or bye-laws of any local
authority or public utility concern in respect of the Works.
9.0
NOTICES:
Subject as otherwise provided in this contract all notice to be given on behalf of the
N.M.M.C. and all other actions to be taken on its behalf may be given or taken by the
Engineer or any officer for the time being entrusted with the functions, duties and powers
of the Engineer. All instructions, notices and communications etc. under the contract
shall be given in writing and if sent by registered post to the last known place or abode or
business of the Contractor shall be deemed to have been served on the date when in the
ordinary course of post these would have been served on or delivered to him.
10.0
DOCUMENTATION:
The Contractor's shall be responsible for preparing the final record as built drawings and
submit the same to the Architect/ EIC for approval. During the course of the Works the
Contractor shall therefore maintain a detailed record of all challenges in order to facilitate
accurate preparation of “as-built” drawings and to ensure that these drawings are in all
respects a true record of the installation.
The Contractor shall furnish the following documents to the N.M.M.C. and the
Contractor's quoted price is deemed to be inclusive of the same.
(a) All final drawings and Micro films and Compact Discs of all approved drawings and
"as built' drawings and calculations shall be supplied by the Contractor free of cost.
(b) A "Maintenance Manual" describing access arrangements, important obligatory
precautions from the point of view of structural safety, and procedure for minor and
major repairs of each component of the project, renewals of finishes and treatments
periodically shall be supplied by the Contractor free of cost.
(c) A “Quality Assurance Manual” covering designs and drawings, mix-designs,
materials testing, soil and rock properties, statistical quality control, etc. shall be
prepared by the Contractor free of cost well before starting the work.
(d) A “Construction Manual” covering various aspects of construction methods,
difficulties faced and how they were overcome during execution etc, shall be supplied
by the Contractor free of cost at the time of finalization of work.
(e) The following MORTH and IRC publications shall be referred for basic maintenance
activities for road and bridges respectively:
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I) MORTH Manual for Maintenance of Roads
IRC – New Delhi – 1989.
II) IRC–SP–35-1990, Guidelines for Inspection and Maintenance of Bridges, New
Delhi – 1990.
(f) The specifications for items of repairs and maintenance shall be those adopted for
construction mentioned earlier and shall generally conform to latest version of
manual of maintenance of roads published by I.R.C.
(g) The operation and maintenance manual shall include a maintenance and management
plan for trees, shrubs, turfing and hedges to sustain their development in a manner
pleasing in appearance.
(h) The Contractor shall install fixtures and fastenings provided by the N.M.M.C. for
housing any instrumentation that may be useful for the N.M.M.C. at his cost.
Fixing arrangement for internal and external lighting shall be got approved from
competent authority and executed.
11.0
SHOP DRAWINGS:
The contractor shall prepare the shop drawings and get the same approved from the
Engineer – In – Charge/ Architect/ Consultant.
12.0
FACILITIES AND CO-OPERATION:
In the case of works indicated on the drawings but not included in the Contract, the
Contractor shall provide necessary facilities and co-operation for any Sub-Contractor
or Supplier who may be approved by the Owner. The Contractor shall do all the
cutting, filling or patching of his work that may be required to make its several parts
come together properly and fit it to receive or be received by work of other
Contractors shown upon or reasonably implied by the drawings and specifications for
the completed structure, and he shall make good after them as the Consultant may direct.
Any cost caused by the defective or ill-timed work shall be borne by the party
responsible therefore the Contractor shall not endanger any work by cutting, excavating
or otherwise altering the work and shall not cut or alter the work of any other Contractor
save with the consent of the Consultant.
13.0
TECHNICAL STAFF AT SITE:
Contractor shall have following Engineers dedicated for this job, all times at site.
1 Two Mechanical Engineers having minimum experience of 7years in Airconditioning Works and setting & commissioning chiller plants.
14.0
PROJECT SIGN BOARD
The Contractor shall provide and erect a Project Sign Board at the location of the
approved site compound of size as mentioned by the Architect/ EIC and the same shall
have the Project Details, Consultant Details and Presentation Views given by the
Architect.
This shall be provided by the Contractor and shall be positioned so as not to cause
hindrance to the movement of vehicular or pedestrian traffic. The signs shall be mounted
on sturdy metal frames, be mobile and reusable, and shall be illuminated at night.
The Contractor shall produce drawings of his proposed signboards for the Engineer’s
approval. The minimum acceptable drawing size for approval shall be A3. In addition,
the Contractor shall obtain all necessary approvals from the relevant authorities prior to
erection. The Contractor shall be responsible for the structural stability of the signboards
but shall submit details of his proposals for support to the EIC for approval.
The Contractor shall maintain, move and adapt the signboards as required during the
progress of the Works and shall remove them upon completion.
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The Contractor shall provide and erect 4 Nos. standard signboards.
15.0
INSPECTION AND HANDOVER PROCEDURES
Pre-Requisite for Final Inspection
The Contractor shall complete the following to the satisfaction of the Engineer before
requesting the pre-handover Inspection:
(a) Submit final manufacturer certification, guarantees, warranties and similar documents
(b) Submit operating certificates, final inspection and test certificates and similar releases
enabling full and unrestricted use of the Works
(c) Submit record drawings, operation and maintenance manuals, final project
photographs, property surveys and similar physical items
(d) Complete submittal of record documents
(e) Make final changeover of locks and deliver the keys to the Engineer
(f) Complete start-up, testing of system, and training of the Employer’s operations and
maintenance personnel; submit equipment operating data as well as all test reports
and test data required by the Contract
(g) Dismantle and remove temporary facilities and services from the Site; this includes
utilities, construction tools, buildings and facilities, mock-ups, and similar elements
(h) Complete final cleaning
(i) Repair and restore exposed finishes which have been marred or otherwise damaged
(j) Handover all spare parts, tools and maintenance equipment
(k) In Network Projects, partial handling over would be acceptable, if it completely met
all the above mentioned requirements
When the Contractor has completed and cleaned the Works to the satisfaction of
Engineer the Contractor shall request a final inspection. The request shall be forwarded to
Drainage Department by the Contractor's Representative and a suitable date for the
inspection shall be arranged. The Contractor, EIC, Maintenance Department shall be
present.
A list of outstanding items (if any) shall be agreed and issued to the Contractor.
Upon completion of the listed outstanding items a further inspection shall be requested by
the Contractor, the request shall be forwarded to Maintenance Department by the
Engineer’s Representative and a suitable date for the inspection shall be arranged. The
Contractor, Engineer’s Representative, Maintenance Department shall be present.
A list of any items still outstanding shall be issued to the Contractor. If any of these are
deemed to be significant the Contractor shall complete these items and then request
another inspection as described in above.
In respect of pumping station or Works involving mechanical equipment if items
outstanding are deemed not to be significant or if no outstanding items remain then a 7
day commissioning and running test shall be initiated. On completion of all tests and
agreement by the Engineer’s Representative that the plant is considered operable then it
shall be handed over. A 14 day training period for the Maintenance Department staff on
the operation of the pumping station shall commence.
For works that have no mechanical or electrical equipment if the outstanding items are
deemed not to be significant or if no outstanding items remain the Works inspected shall
be handed over.
Maintenance Period Final Inspection
During the last month of the Period of Maintenance the Engineer will notify the
Maintenance Department that the Maintenance Period is about to expire. An inspection of
the Works by the EIC, Maintenance Department, and the Contractor shall be undertaken
to verify that all outstanding items have been completed.
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INSURANCE OF THE WORKS AGAINST FIRE, ETC.:
16.1 (a) The Contractor shall in the joint names of the Owner and Contractor insure against
loss or damage by fire, storm, tempest, lightning, flood, earthquake, aircraft or
anything dropped there from, aerial objects, riot and civil commotion for the full
value thereof all work executed and all unfixed materials and goods intended for,
delivered to and placed on or adjacent to the work, but excluding temporary
building plant, tools and equipment owned or hired by the Contractor or any subcontractor and shall keep such work materials and goods so insured until Virtual
Completion of the Work. Such insurance shall be with insurers approved by the
Consultant and Contractor shall deposit with the Consultant the policy or
policies and the receipts in respect of premiums paid and should the contractor make
default in insuring or continuing to insure as aforesaid the owner may himself
insure against any risk with respect of which the default shall have occurred and
deduct a sum equivalent to the amount paid by him in respect of premium from any
moneys due to or to become due to the contractor. Provided always that if the
contractor shall independently of his obligations under this contract maintain a policy
of insurance which covers (interalia) the said work, materials and goods against the
aforesaid contingencies to the full value thereof then the maintenance by the
contractor of such policy shall if the Owners interest is endorsed thereon, be a
discharge to the contractor's obligation to insure in the joint names of the owner and
contractor and the production by the Contractor as and when may reasonably be
required by the Consultant of a current certificate of insurance form the company or
firm which shall have issued the said policy shall be a discharge of the
Contractor's obligation to deposit with the Consultant a policy or policies and the
receipts in respect of premiums paid. The Contractor shall also take out the Third
party insurance policy to the tune of Five Lacs.
(b) Upon settlement of any claim under the insurance aforesaid the contractor with the
due diligence shall restore work damaged, replace or repair unfixed materials or
goods which have been destroyed or injured, remove or dispose of any debris and
proceed with the carrying out and completion of the work. All moneys received from
such insurance shall be paid to the contractor by installments under certificates of the
Consultant issued at the period of interim certificates named in the appendix
to these conditions. The contractor shall not be entitled to payment in respect of
the restoration of work damaged, the replacement and repair of any unfixed
materials or goods and the removal and disposal of debris other than the moneys
received under the said insurance.
16.2
All work executed and all unfixed materials and goods intended for, delivered to an
placed on or adjacent to the works (except temporary buildings, plant, tools and
equipment owned or hired by the contractor or any sub-contractor) The Contractor shall
be solely responsible for all the material and workmanship regards loss or damage by
fire, storm, tempest, lightning, flood, earthquake, aircraft or anything dropped there
from, aerial objects, riot and civil commotion.
16.3
The existing structure together with all the contents thereof and the works and all
unfixed materials and goods intended for, delivered to and placed on or adjacent to
the works (except temporary buildings, plant, tools, and equipment owned or hired
by the contractor or any sub-contractor) shall be at the sole risk of the Contractor as
regards loss or damage by fire, storm, tempest, lighting, flood, earthquake, aircraft
or anything dropped there from, aerial objects, riot and civil commotion, and the
Contractor shall maintain adequate insurance against that risk if any loss or damage
affecting the work or any part thereof or any such unfixed materials or goods is
occasioned by any one or more of the said contingencies.
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(A) (i) The contractor with due diligence shall reinstate or make good such loss or
damage and proceed with the carrying out and completion of the works.
(ii) The Consultant may issue instructions requiring contractor to remove and dispose
of any debris.
17.0
SITE OFFICE INFRASTURCUTRE:
The Contractor shall at his own cost and to the satisfaction of the Engineer, provide a site
office of not less than 25Sq.mtr. With brick walls, plastering inside, rough Shahabad
flooring and one writing table with six chairs and large size steel cupboard. He shall also
make necessary arrangements for drinking water and electric connection and locking
arrangement.
Upon completion of the whole work and after clearing the site and upon expiry of defect
liability period, the Contractor shall remove the site office and take possession of the
furniture and cupboards provided by him in the condition it was on the date of receiving
back the same.
Telephones
The office shall be equipped with a telephone facility.
A second telephone line shall be provided for facsimile machine
Computer Equipment, Printers and Plotter
The Contractor shall provide 1 desktop computers complying with 21” LCD colour
monitors.
The computers shall comply with the following:
Desktop Intel Pentium 4 3.06 GHz processor
• 512MB DDR RAM
• 16 MB AGP Card (Not Shared)
• 100 MBPs Ethernet network card
• Min no. 2 USD ports
• 80GB Hard disk
• 56k Modem
• Read/Write CD Rom drive
• 21”LCDMonitor
The Contractor shall provide one number colour printer of the laser jet type suitable for
A4 and A3 size paper. It shall be quiet in operation (HP 5550N or similar)
The Contractor shall provide one number monochrome printer shall be laser jet type
suitable for A4 and A3 size paper. It shall be quiet in operation (HP 5100TN or similar).
18.0
MAINTENANCE OF WORK ORDER BOOK
A work order book shall be maintained on the site and it shall be the property of
Employer and the Contractor or his authorized representative shall promptly sign orders
given therein by the Engineer or his authorized representative and comply with them. The
compliance shall be reported by Contractor to the Engineer in sufficient time so that it
can be checked. The blank work order book with machine numbered pages in triplicate
with perforated sheet for two copies to be detached shall be provided by the Engineer for
this purpose. The Contractor shall be supplied the first and carbon copy.
The contractor shall depute his representative not below the rank of Project Manager to
attend periodic review meetings notified by the Engineer. The Engineer shall record the
business of meeting and is to provide copies of his record to those attending meeting and
to the Employer.
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WORKING METHODS AND PROGRESS SCHEDULE
i. A quality assurance procedure covering all aspects of the work shall be adopted for
this work to ensure the desired quality. Details of the procedure shall be decided by
mutual consultation between the Engineer and the Contractor at the start of the
Works.
ii. The Contractor shall submit within the time stipulated by the Engineer in writing, the
details of actual methods that would be adopted by the Contractor for the execution of
any item as required by the Engineer at each of the locations, supported by necessary
detailed drawings and sketches including those of the equipment and machinery that
would be used, their locations, arrangements for conveying and handling materials
etc. and obtain prior approval of Engineer well in advance of starting of such item of
work.
iii. The Engineer reserves the right to suggest modifications or make complete changes
in the methods proposed by the Contractor, whether accepted previously or not, at
any stage of work, to obtain the desired accuracy, quality, safety, and progress of
work which shall be binding on the Contractor and no claim on account of such
change in method of execution will be entertained by the Employer, so long as
Specifications of the items remains unaltered.
iv. The Contractor shall furnish sufficient plant, equipment and labour as may be
necessary to maintain the progress schedule. The working and shift hours for
operations to be done under the Employer supervision shall be such as may be
approved by the Engineer. They shall not be varied without the prior approval of the
Engineer. The Contractor shall provide necessary lighting arrangements etc., for night
work, as directed by the Engineer without extra cost.
v. The Contractor shall submit the progress of work in prescribed forms and statements
at periodical intervals in the form of progress charts, forms, statements and/or reports
as may be approved by the Engineer.
vi. The Contractor shall maintain Performa, charts, details regarding machinery,
equipment, labour, materials, and periodical returns thereof as may be specified by
the Engineer.
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MOCK UPS:
Prior to fabrication, construct mock-ups for each type of component/ assembly and form
of construction and finish required to verify selections made under sample submittals and
to demonstrate aesthetic effects as well as qualities of materials and execution. Simulate
all types of surrounding finish materials for mock-ups. Build mock-ups to comply with
the following requirements, using materials indicated for final unit of work.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Locate mock-up in the location indicated or, if not indicated, as directed.
Demonstrate the proposed range of aesthetic effects and workmanship.
Obtain approval of mock-ups before start of final unit of work.
Retain and maintain mockups during construction in an undisturbed condition as a
standard for judging the completed work.
e. Approved mockup may become part of completed works if undisturbed and approved
by the Engineer at time of substantial completion
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NAVI MUMBAI MUNICIPAL CORPORATION
HEAD OFFICE BUILDING, BELAPUR, NAVI MUMBAI
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR
HVAC WORKS
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General guideline for Technical specifications:
The Technical Specifications contained herein shall be read in conjunction with the other
Bidding Documents.
The specifications for various items to be followed are as per M.O.R.T.H. Latest revision and
“Maharashtra P.W.D. Standard Specification”.
In the absence of any definite provisions on any particular item in the aforesaid specifications, and
additional specifications given herein after, reference may be made to at least I.R.C. Codes of
practice. B.I.S. specification and Indian Railway Codes in that order. Where even these are silent
the construction and completion of the items shall conform to the Sound engineering practice and
in case of dispute arising out of the interpretation of the above, the decision of the City Engineer
shall be final and binding on the Contracts. In brief the order which the specifications of the work
are to be followed shall be as follows:
1. Ministry of Road Transport and Highways Specification for Road and Bridge Works latest
revision.
2. Maharashtra P.W.D. Standard Specifications.
3. Indian Roads Congress Specifications.
4. Bureau of Indian Standards Specifications.
5. Indian Railway Standard.
6. Sound Engineering Practice.
The abbreviations I.R.C., M.O.R.T.H., B.I.S. shall be considered to have the following meaning:
1) M.O.R.T.H.- Ministry of Road Transport and Highways specification for Latest Revision.
2) I.R.C.
- India Road Congress.
3) B.I.S.
- Bureau of Indian Standards.
The code of practice, standards and specifications applicable shall be those existing as on the
month prior to the last date for submission of tender.
In so far as any stipulations made herein conflict or are inconsistent with any of the provision of
M.O.R.T.H. Latest revision, I.R.C. Codes of practice, the stipulation made herein shall prevail.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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SR. NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
GENERAL
2
STANDARDS & SPECIFCATIONS
3
BASIS OF DESIGN & SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
4
AIR CONDITIONING WORK
5
VENTILATION WORKS
6
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
7
INSPECTION, TESTING AND COMMISSIONING
8
LIST OF APPROVED MAKES
9
ABBREVIATIONS
10
ATTACHMENTS
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GENERAL
The Services inside a Building constitute an important facet in its construction, since they
dictate the day-to-day Comfort, Health, Safety, Security and the Operating Expense of its
inhabitants over its entire life span.
The Services have been conceptualized in close co-ordination with the Architectural,
Planning and Design Philosophy and the Structural Parameters to produce a Concept,
which is an Integrated Whole. The geographic location of the building, its orientation
and the surrounding environment have been given due consideration in working out
design details.
Conservation of Energy & Water on one hand and Optimization of Resources on the
other hand are some of the important factors which have been considered in our design.
Our inter-disciplinary expertise is effectively utilized in harnessing various emerging
technologies and we claim that we create ECO-Friendly (GREEN) Building that are
Intelligent to the changing needs of the inhabitant systems, the internal dynamics of the
Building vis-à-vis the prevalent external climatic conditions. We are always sensitive to
the Need and Social Responsibility of maintaining the ecological balance in nature.
The building consisting of following areas:SR. NO.
1
2
3
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FLOORS
BASEMENT-1
BASEMENT-2
GROUND FLOOR
Ht (mtr)
3.20
3.45
4.9
4
FIRST FLOOR
4.9
5
SECOND FLOOR
3.6
6
THIRD FLOOR
3.6
7
FOURTH FLOOR
3.6
8
TERRACE LEVEL
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CAR PARKING, PUMP ROOM
CAR PARKING, PUMP ROOM
MAIN ENTERANCE LOBBY,
ADMINISTRATION
&
BMS
ROOM
SPILL
OUT
AREA,
MAIN
ENTERANCE LOBBY
SPILL OUT AREA, REHERSAL
ROOM CABIN
ENTERANCE LOBY,
SPILL OUT AREA,
AUDITORIUM LOBBY,
AUDITORIUM (FROM GROUND
TO FOURTH FLOOR)
AC PLANT ROOM
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STANDARD SPECIFICATION
The followings terms have been used in the tender specifications, drawings etc.
ISI
:-
Bureau of Indian Standards.
ASHRAE
:-
American Society of Heating Refrigerating & Air-conditioning
Engineers.
ISHRAE
:-
Indian Society of Heating Refrigerating & Air-conditioning
Engineers.
ASME
:-
American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
ASA
:-
American Standard Association.
B.S.
:-
British Standards.
The codes, regulation as detailed below shall be followed in this contract:IS 659 : 1964 (reaffirmed)
Safety code for air-conditioning (revised)
amendment 1 1991)
Safety code for mechanical Refrigeration
IS 660 : 1963 (reaffirmed)
1991)
Testing of refrigeration Compressors
IS 5111 : 1993
Air-cooled heat exchangers (amendment 1)
IS 10470 : 1983
(reaffirmed 1991)
IS 8148 : 1976
Packaged Air-conditioner
(reaffirmed 1991)
Hermetic compressors
IS 10617 : Part I, II & III
1983 (reaffirmed 1991)
Suppliers data sheet for clean air equipment
IS 12357 : 1998
(laminar flow)
Thermostats for use in refrigeration etc.
IS 11338 : 1965(reaffirmed 1991)
Code of practice for design and construction of IS 11338 : 1965 (reaffirmed 1991)
flue chimneys.
Metal Duct Work
IS: 665/SMACNA
Steel for general structural purpose
IS 2062 : 1992
Piping Work
Is 1239 Part I & II 1990/1992
IS & BS : 3601
Welding
IS 3589
Refrigeration
As per ASHRAE / ISI / ISHRAE
Hot Dip Zinc Coated Steel Tubes
IS 4736 : 1968
Gate Valves for Water lines
IS 778 : 1980
Copper Alloy Gate Globe Check Valve for IS 778 : 1980
water lines
Butterfly Valve
IS 13095 : 1991
Steel Pipe flanges
IS : 6392
Gaskets
IS 638 : 1979 (reaffirmed 1993)
Mild steel tubes & fittings
IS 1239 Part I & II
Colour code for the identification
IS 2379 : 1963
of pipe lines
Specific requirements for the
IS 4064 (Part II) 1978
direct switching of the individual motors.
PVC insulated (HD) Electric Cables for IS : 1554 (Part II)
working voltage up Including 1 100 Volts.
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26
27
28
29
30
31
32
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34
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38
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40
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HRC Cartridge fuse links upto 650 Volts.
Starter
Inspection and testing of
Installation
Three phase induction motors
PVC insulated (heavy duty) cables for working
voltage up to 1.1. KV and up to 11 KV Grade
respectively.
Code of practice for electrical wiring
installations.
Code of practice for earthing
Horizontal centrifugal pumps
Centrifugal fans (1st. Division)
Wrought aluminium & aluminium alloy sheet
and strip for general engineering-purposes.
Mild steel tubes, tubular and other wrought
steel fittings.
Bourden tube pressure and vacuum gauges.
Glossary of terms used in refrigeration and airconditioning.
Code for practice for standard for selection of
standard worm and
helical gears.
Three phase induction motors.
Specification for single phase small
A/C & universal motors
Specifications for flame proof motors
Circuit breaker A.C
Contactors for A,C for voltage up to 1100 V.
Low voltage switch gear and control gear
assemblies.
Code of practice for selection of starters for
AC induction motors
Specification for cables glands
Code for selection, installation & maintenance
of switch gear and control gear.
Conduits for electrical installations
Permissible limits of noise level for rotating
electrical machines.
Code of practice for installation and
maintenance of motors
Code of practice for selection of standard
worm and helical gear boxes.
Electrically welded steel pipes for water, gas
and sewage.
Gum metal gate, globe and check valves for
general purposes.
Wrought aluminum and aluminum alloy steel
and strips for general engineering purposes.
HRC cartridge fuse links upto 650 volts
PVC insulated (heavy duty) electric cables for
working voltage upto & including 1 100 watts.
Method for testing Panel type air filters for AC
purposes
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IS 2208 : 1976
IS 9554 (Part I) 1979
IS 732 (Part II) 1979
IS : 325
IS 1554 : 1981 Part I & II
IS 732 : 1989
IS : 3043 : 1966
IS : 1620
IS 4894 : 1987 (reaffirmed 1991)
IS : 737
IS : 1239
IS : 3624
IS : 3615
IS : 7403
IS : 325
IS : 996
IS : 2148
IS 2516 : 1980 Part I & II
IS 2959 : 1975
IS 8623 : 1993 Part I & II
IS 3914
IS 4821
IS 10118 : 1982 Part I to IV
IS 9537 : 1981 Part I to IV
IS 12065 : 1987
IS 3106 : 1966
IS : 7403
IS : 3589
IS : 778
IS : 737
IS : 2208
IS : 1554 (Part I)
IS 7613 : 1975 (reaffirmed 1991)
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58
59
Unbonded glass wool for thermal insulation
Expanded
polystyrene
for
thermal
insulation purposes.
60 Propeller type AC Ventilation fans
63 Electrical axial flow fans
SAFTEY CODES
The following IS codes shall he followed:
Safety code for mechanical refrigeration
Safety code for air conditioning
Safety code for scaffolds & ladders
Code of practice for fire precaution in
Welding & cutting operations
Code for safety procedures and practices
in electrical works
Safety code for constructions involving
Use of hot bituminous material
Safety requirements for wall openings, railings etc.
Code of practice for safety and health
1.
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IS 3690 : 1874 ( 1st. Revision)
IS 4671 : 1984 (reaffirmed) ( 1st
revision)
IS 2312 : 1967 (reaffirmed 1991)
IS 3588 : 1987 (reaffirmed 1991)
IS 660
IS 659
IS 3696 Part I & II, 1966)
IS 3016
IS 5216
IS 5916 (1970)
IS 4912 (1978)
IS 3696 (1966)
BASIS OF DESIGN:
Geographical location (based on the data mentioned in ISHRAE handbook):
Site location
Latitude
Altitude
NAVI MUMBAI
18°5’ N
10M above MSL
Ambient Conditions (based on the outdoor design data mentioned in ISHRAE
handbook):
DB
WB
RH
(°C)
(°F)
(°C)
(°F)
(%)
Summer
38
100
27.8
82
47%
Monsoon
30
83
28.5
86
86%
Winter
18.3
65
14.4
58
65%
Indoor Design Conditions:
 Comfort Air Conditioning:
DB
:
23ºC ± 1ºC (73ºF ± 2ºF)
RH
:
Not Exceeding 60%
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Auditorium :
DB
:
RH
:
23°C ± 1°C (73°F ± 2°F)
Not Exceeding 60%
Note:
1.1
Lift machine room will be air conditioned through Split A/C units if required by the
Elevator Manufacturer.
2.1
REFRENCE STANDARDS:
The entire System will be designed in accordance with the following Standards:
 National Building Code.
 ASHRAE Application 2000 & ASHRAE Fundamentals 2004
 Indoor Air Quality as per ASHRAE 62-1999.
 ISHRAE Codes.
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Duct construction standards as per relevant BIS Codes, IS 655:1963
Motor control centers, Motors, Cabling, wiring and accessories as per BIS code Cable
Insulation – IS 8130, IS 5831.
Earthing system as per BIS Code – IS 3043; IS 732
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ESTIMATED AIR CONDITIONING LOADS:-
a.
ASSUMPTIONS:
Sr.
Description
No.
1
Floor to floor height (General)
: As per architectural layout
2
Occupancy
3
4
5
Fresh air in conditioned areas
Lighting load (Heat Addition to
space)
External Walls
6
Glass in Conditioned Areas
: Unitized Glazing - DGU
7
Roof –U Value (After
Insulation)
Indoor Conditions
: 0.12 BTU/Hr. sqft .Deg. F
8
b.
Estimated Value
: Auditorium -380, Other area –
35 sq.ft/ per person.
: 15 Cfm/ person.
: 1.5watts/sq.ft
: 230 mm thick solid Blocks
: As described earlier
HEAT LOAD CALCULATIONS:
Summary of the Heat Load Calculations for the building is summarized below:
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Name of Area
Ground Floor
First Floor
Second Floor
Third Floor
Fourth Floor
Audi – Level 1
Audi – Level 2
Audi – Level 2
TOTAL
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Occupancy
Area
Lighting
Appliances
Nos.
sq.ft.
Load
(watt)
10104
5115
4406
3212
6650
2841
7554
5585
45466
Load
(watt)
15286
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15286
193
98
84
61
127
226
300
384
1473
6736
3410
2937
2141
4433
1894
5036
3723
30309
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DeHumidifide
cfm
11773
5411
3122
3877
15942
6558
11423
21168
132917
Total
Tonnage
cfm
tr
11773
5411
31122
3877
15942
6558
11423
21168
297274
44
18
13
12
44
43
62
75
311
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4.1
DESIGN PARAMETERS:
a.
Chillers:
The performance of the chillers shall be based on the following parameters:
Sr. No. Description
Value
Temperature of chilled water entering chiller
12 deg C (54 deg F)
1
Temperature of chilled water leaving chiller
7 deg C (44 deg F)
2
Fouling factor for chiller in FPS unit
0.0005ft²h ºF/BTU
3
Fouling
factor
for
condenser
in
FPS
unit
0.001ft²h ºF/BTU
4
Refrigerant for Chillers
R-134A/R-407a
5
Coefficient of Performance for Screw Chillers Exceeding 5.5
6
b.
Air Handling Units:
Sr. No. Description
Maximum face velocity across filters
1
Maximum face velocity across cooling coils
2
Maximum fan outlet velocity
3
Maximum fan speed
4
Maximum fan motor speed
5
c.
Piping Design:
Sr. No.
Description
Maximum velocity for Header
1
Maximum velocity for others
2
3
Maximum friction
d.
Ducting Design:
Sr. No.
Description
Maximum flow velocity – Other Areas
1
Maximum flow velocity – Audi
2
Maximum friction
3
4
Maximum Velocity at supply air outlet
Maximum Velocity at supply air outlet
5
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EQUIPMENT SELECTION:
a.
Chillers:
Value
500 FPM
500 FPM
1000 FPM
1000 RPM
1440 RPM
Value
6 FPS
8 FPS
5ft Per 100ft
(5m Per 100m.)
Value
1500 FPM
1000 FPM
0.1”WG Per 100 ft
300 FPM (Audi)
500 FPM
Area)
(Other
Based on the economics of the Water cooled Rotary Screw chillers, we have proposed to
go in for Water Cooled Rotary Screw Chillers.
The Air-conditioning heat load of Auditorium is 180TR and the total load is 311 TR.
Considering the load profile variation, following capacity of Chiller is selected.
 3Nos. x 150 TR Water Cooled Rotary Screw Chillers (2 working + 1 Standby)
b.
Primary Chilled Water and Condenser Water Pumps:
End Suction Back Pullout type Primary Pumps will be provided to each chiller for
Primary Chilled water and Condenser Water distribution. Stand-by pumps will be
provided for each type of circulation.
i.
Primary Chilled Water Pumps:
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Primary Pumps:
End Suction Back Pullout type: 3 Nos. x 10 HP, 423gpm (2Working + 1 standby).
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ii.
Secondary Chilled Water Pumps
 End Suction Back Pullout type: Secondary Pumps:
3Nos. x 15 HP, 423gpm (2Working + 1 standby).- Zone I
iii.
Condenser water Pumps
End Suction Back Pullout type: 3Nos. x 20 HP, 629 gpm (2 Working + 1 standby)
Induced Draft Cooling Towers :
We propose to install induced draft cooling towers for heat rejection from the water
cooled chillers.
These are proposed to be installed on the terrace of the building.
The following capacity of cooling towers would be selected:
d.
6.1
Ventilation:
 The Parking Area in the basement shall be mechanically ventilated with 15 Air
changes per hour in normal conditions and 30 Air changes per hour for Fire
Condition. The parking area will be ventilated through ducts connected to the
Centrifugal fans.

The Exhaust air from the basement will be taken out on the ground level through
underground trench and will be exhausted through the Stall board. The location of the
Stall board will be decided in consultation with the Architect.

All the toilets, kitchen, pantry will be ventilated by mechanical ventilation.
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All the external staircases will be mechanically pressurized.
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION:
A Centralized Chilled Water Air Conditioning System has been proposed to provide year
round thermal environment control for the proposed buildings.
Some of the key components of the Air-Conditioning System are outlined in the
following paragraphs:
1
Chillers:
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Chilled System:
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The proposed Chillers will be State-of-the-Art, Water Cooled Rotary Screw Chillers,
using R-134A / R407a.
Chiller with VFD is proposed in view of optimizing the design.
The proposed Chiller configuration will have one stand-by units.
The proposed Chiller packages will be of Water Cooled Rotary Screw Chillers, using
eco-friendly R-134A/ R410a refrigerants, with each chiller shall house multiple
compressors (at least two no.).
A diversity of 80% has been used for selection of the chillers with a view to optimize
the design.
The proposed chiller will have one stand by unit .This is meant to operate during non
peak hr.
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Chilled Water Distribution System
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High efficiency Double skin air-handling units that generate minimum noise will be
provided for each area.
Each Unit will be provided with Pre-filters as per the indoor conditions to be
achieved.
The Air Handling Units shall be provided with 2-way modulating valves to control
the volume of chilled water flowing through the coils in response to the room
temperatures vis-à-vis the set points.
All the AHUs catering to the variable loads will be provided with VFDs for energy
saving.
AHU room walls will be acoustically treated so as to prevent disturbance to adjoining
office spaces
All fans selected for the system will be High Efficiency fans, with Fan Efficiencies
greater than 75% and the Motor efficiencies
Air Distribution System:
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Chilled water distribution shall be through a Primary/ Secondary pumping system.
The primary pumps shall be provided one for each chiller.
Secondary pump is proposed for Zone –I (Audi) & Zone –II (Other Area).
VFD will have provided on each secondary pump
The insulated Chilled water to various zones shall be pumped through insulated
chilled water pipes through secondary pumps
All pumps selected for the system will be High Efficiency Pumps, with Pump
Efficiencies greater than 75% and the Motor efficiencies > 85%.
Air-Handling Units:
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Air will be distributed through a network of Insulated Supply and Return Ducts
installed in the ceiling spaces. Conditioned supply air will be discharged through
Supply Air Grilles and Diffusers spaced so as to ensure even temperature in the entire
conditioned space.
The layout of grills ,diffusers will be coordinated with overall ceiling plan
conceptualized by architect/ interior design
Motorized Smoke Dampers, actuated by smoke detectors will be provided in the
Supply and Return Ducts, to prevent spreading of smoke to adjoining areas in the
case of a Fire.
These ducts shall be installed in the common air conditioned spaces like lift lobbies
and main entrances.
Control System
The entire HVAC system shall be controlled through state of art of microprocessor based
Control panels which will be ultimately integrated with IBMS systems that has been
conceived to control /coordinate operation of all services at optimum level
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AIR CONDITIONING WORK
SCOPE OF WORK AND EXCLUSIONS:
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The HVAC Contractors scope of work shall include all items of work as per these
specifications, all applicable Code & Standards, drawings, terms and conditions of
contract etc. and briefly described in Schedule of Quantities. This shall include, but
not be restricted to the following:
Centralised Water Cooled Chilling Units with Pumps, Motors and Drives
Chilled Water Piping in the Plant Area and from the Plant Area to the AHU Rooms /
FCU’s with fittings, pressure testing of all system.
Insulation for Chilled Water Piping after satisfactory pressure testing of all chilled
water piping system.
Air Handling Units with motors, Electrical Starter Panels and control valves including
installing Drain Piping.
Ducting including provision of suitable dampers with power points and conducting
work from its starter panel, grilles, diffusers, insulation etc
Main Electrical AC Panels and other electrical works, including AHU Starter Panels,
Electrical Switchgear, Power and Control cabling, Earthing etc. for the Central
Chillers and AHU’s, including termination of cables in the panels.
All Minor Masonry, Carpentry and Civil works such as cutting opening in Masonry
Walls, Internal Partitions, RCC Slabs, Chasing on Walls, etc. and making good the
same to match existing works / décor shall be done by the Contractor, wherever asked
for by the Engineer-in-Charge / PMC.
Providing floating foundations for all equipment as necessary, Foundation bolts,
Vibration Isolators, Base Frames etc. for mounting the Chillers, Pumps, AHU’s and
other equipment as per Approved foundation drawings.
All other works associated with above items as per specifications, drawings and
conditions of contract and the Navi Mumbai Fire Brigade requirements except those
specifically excluded.
Unless otherwise indicated in Schedule of Quantities, the Contractor's scope of work
shall also include the following items of work and services which shall be arranged
by the Tendere wherever required.
Provisions of adequate AC, 3 phase, 415 V, 50 HZ supply with earthing for electrical
panels of HVAC systems as per drawings (Power cables of adequate rating along
with earthing).
Provision of drain points for AHU rooms, plant rooms upto nearest as directed by the
Engineer etc.
Smoke / Heat detection systems for actuation of fire dampers etc.
Making Major Openings in Shear Walls, Beams, Columns etc. for Ducts and Pipes
and Cables and making good the same.
BASIC REQUIREMENTS:
 Details of spaces to be air conditioned, space temperatures, humidity, occupancy,
lights and equipment loads etc. are indicated below and the Tender Drawings. All AC
systems shall be designed for peak summer and monsoon ambient conditions.
 The Air conditioned areas are proposed to be grouped into several Air Handling Unit
based systems as indicated below, depending on usage of area/ and operating
convenience and as per the drawings.
 Tenderers shall ensure that all equipment offered by them fit into the spaces allotted
and shown in the tender drawings with adequate space being available for
maintenance and ease of operation.
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SUGGESTED SYSTEM DESIGN AND INSTALLATION:
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4.0
Air Cooled Rotary Screw Chiller shall be installed at the terrace block. The Chilled
Water from these chillers shall be circulated to Air Handling Units / Fan Coil Units
located on each Floor.
The Air conditioning requirements are proposed to be met by Individual Air Handling
Units / Fan Coil Units located in the AHU Room or lofts etc, as indicated in the
Drawings.
The individual Air Handling Units / Fan Coil Units shall be fed with Chilled Water
being circulated from the Centralized Chillers through insulated pipes. Fresh Air
Inflow control to the Air Handling Units shall be by means of Control Dampers.
Manually Operated Volume Control Dampers shall be provided in Supply ducts as
required to provide means of balancing airflow.
The design Dry Bulb (DB) temperatures for various areas served by the Air Handling
Units (AHU) shall be controlled by temperature sensors and motorized two way
valves.
The cooling coils shall generally be capable of maintaining room temperature and
incidentally meeting the humidity levels specified where no specific humidity
controls are specified.
Based on details given above and other parts of these specifications and drawings, the
successful tenderer shall estimate peak heat loads for each area and for each season
and select the equipment to meet the desired temperature and humidity conditions as
specified in the Tender.
The heat loads estimated by Consultants for summer for various areas and floors are
indicated in Table appended with this section of specifications and are for tenders
guidance only.
Quantities of supply air are based on assumed by-pass factors of coil (and desired coil
Apparatus Dew Point (ADP).
VENTILATION WORKS:
SCOPE OF WORK AND EXCLUSIONS:
The Contractor's Scope of work for Ventilation & Smoke Exhaust Installation shall
include all items of work as briefly described in Schedule of Quantities and shown on the
drawings. This shall include, but not be restricted to the following:
Centrifugal fans, Axial Fans etc.

Sheet metal duct work, etc.

Electrical works including Motor Control Centre (MCC) panels, Power and Control
wiring etc. as required.
Cabling from a Single Main Ventilation Fan Panel to the fans being catered to.
Minor Masonry, Carpentry and Civil works such as cutting / opening in Masonry
Walls, RCC Slabs, Internal Partitions, Chasing on Walls, etc. and making good the
same to match existing works / décor shall be done by the Contractor, wherever asked
for by the Engineer-in-charge.
Providing foundation, Foundation bolts, Vibration Isolators, Base Frames etc. for
mounting the Fans.
All other works associated with above items such as supports, painting etc. as per
specifications and drawings read in conjunction with terms and conditions of contract
and the requirements of the Local Fire Brigade.
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EXCLUSIONS:
 Unless otherwise indicated in Schedule of Quantities, the Contractor's Scope of work
shall exclude only the following items of work that shall be arranged by the client
through other agencies
 Provision of single-phase points and earthing for all single phase fans.
 Smoke / Heat Detection system for actuation of fans.
BASIC REQUIREMENTS:
 The mechanical ventilation, emergency smoke exhaust and pressurization system
installation shall comply with requirements of the Local Fire Brigade.
 Details of spaces covered under mechanical ventilation systems shall be as given
below and as shown in the Drawings.
BASIS OF DESIGN AND EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION:
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5.0
The proposed rate of supply and / or exhaust air from various mechanically ventilated
area are indicated.
The exhaust ducts may be designed for air velocities of not more than 1,500 fpm for
normal ventilation.
The fan selection shown is based on outlet air velocities not exceeding 2500 FPM at
normal duty.
Both Ladies and Gents Main Toilets are proposed to be provided with exhaust
ducting. A single propeller in line fan shall exhaust the stale air through the shaft to
the outside.
Static pressures of the fans shown in the Schedule of Quantities are approximate
external pressures and indicate that these fans are ducted / have filter resistance etc.
Tenderers should check the total static pressures and offer suitable fans.
All fans shall have sufficient static pressures to overcome pressure drops across
ventilators, filters, ducts, dampers, grilles etc.
The location of fans and duct routing wherever applicable are shown in the drawings.
Tenderers shall ensure that all equipment offered by them can be installed into the
spaces allotted and shown in the drawings with adequate space being available for
maintenance and ease of operation.
EQUIPMENTS AND MATERIALS:
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
SCREW CHILLING MACHINE:
Design Parameters
a. Purpose
b. Type of chiller
c. Type of compressor
d. Chilled Water Outlet Temperature
e. Chilled Water Inlet Temperature :
f. Refrigerant
g. Cooling media
h. Fouling Factor
a. Condenser
b. Chiller
Signature of Tenderer
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Chilling Water for HVAC
Hermetic / Semi Hermetic
Screw
6.0°C
11.0°C
R-134a
Water
:
:
0.044 (Sqm-K)/kW
0.018 (sqm-K)/kW
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Chilling Units
Chilling machines shall be with single/multi Screw type compressor and complete with
following items and / or any additional items required for its proper functioning.
(a) Unit shall have Hermetic / semi-hermetic type twin Screw compressor with internal
muffler and check valve. Compressor shall be energy efficient.
(b) Motor. (415 Volts  10%, 50 Hz 5%, 3, AC)
(c) Water Cooled condenser with accessories and supports and pressure relief valve.
(d) Shell and tube water type chiller with accessories and supports and anti freeze
device.
(e) Control panel with diagnostics and BMS interface/cards/ports.
(f) Refrigerant piping.
(g) Full charge of eco friendly refrigerant (R-134a) & lubricant oils (factory charged).
(h) Full load factory testing of chilling unit as per ARI conditions.
(i) Lube oil pump with motor, oil separator, oil heater and interconnected lube oil
piping with strainers and fittings.
(j) Electronic Expansion Valve.
The chilling machine shall be factory assembled gas charged and internally wired and
shall be ready for use at site. The testing will be witnessed by purchaser and
consultant’s representative. The chilling units must be widely used with proven records
& shall be energy efficient.
Due consideration shall be given for less power consuming units.
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Compressor
The compressor shall be rotary screw positive displacement hermetic/semi-hermetic
type compressor.
(a) The compressor housing shall be made of high-grade low porosity cast iron or
fabricated plates steel precision machined to provide minimal clearance for rotors.
(b) The main bearings shall be anti-friction tapered roller bearing to carry both radial
and thrust loads to reduce power and increase reliability.
(c) Oil separator and oil return shall be designed to ensure proper oil return to the
compressor without getting collected in the condenser / chiller even at minimum
load. Oil system shall include pre-filter and internal filter capable of filtration to 3
microns. Unit shall have oil reservoir to assure constant supply of oil to bearing at
all time (even in case of power failure). A check valve shall be provided in
compressor housing to prevent rotor backspin during shut down.
(d) Compressor should be provided with fully modulating control to work from 100%
to 10% of full load.
(e) Motor cooling shall be provided by direct liquid injection and protected by internal
overload thermistor.
The compressor shall be provided with following minimum safeties:
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High motor winding temperature cut out
Low oil pressure cut out
Anti-reverse rotation
Anti-freeze protection
Compressor over current
High oil temperature cut out
High discharge pressure cut out
High discharge temperature cut out
Low suction pressure cut out
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Anti-recycle
Single Phase Preventer
(a) The compressor shall be factory tested with dry nitrogen against leak at pressure of
30 Kg/cm2 (g) or as per approved standard practice of manufacturer for 2 hours and
there shall be no leakage to valves, casing etc.
(b) Chilling unit having more than one compressor shall have independent refrigerant
circuit.
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Motor
The motor shall be 2-Pole, class F insulation, IP55 protection, continuous duty,
induction type, energy efficient type and shall be refrigerant cooled for semi hermetic /
hermetic compressor.
Motor full load amperes at design conditions should not exceed the indicated amperes.
Motor shall be factory mounted and directly connected to the compressor to provide
compressor / motor alignment. The complete motor / compressor assembly should be
statically and dynamically balanced.
The starter for the motor shall be soft starter or as per approved data sheet.
The starter should include all necessary safety devices, i.e. overload relays, under
voltage release and single phase preventing devices.
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Lubrication System
An adequate oil supply will be made available to compressor at all times. An
immersion oil heater will be provided to effectively remove oil from refrigerant. An
external replaceable cartridge filter will be provided, along with manual isolation stop
valves for ease of servicing. Provision shall be provided to remove oil from evaporator
which may have reached evaporator. The oil shall be returned back to compressor
automatically.
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Condenser
The condenser shall be mechanically cleanable shell and tube type with removable
heads. The tubes shall be internally enhanced seamless copper tube and shall be rolled
into tube sheets.
The condenser shall be complete in all respects and shall be provided with water in and
out temperature and pressure sensors. Provision for fixing mechanical pressure gauges
is required in addition to electronic sensing.
Condenser shall have refrigerant relief device on the shell side (refrigerant side) as per
ASHRAE safety code.
Condenser shall comply with ASME section VIII, division 1 code for unfired pressure
vessels / GB Code. Tubes & shell shall be tested at 200 PSIG & 300 PSIG pressure
respectively.
Condenser shall be able to store the full refrigerant charge of the system during pump
down and it shall be with isolation valves. All the ferrous parts in touch with cooling
water to be painted with two coats of epoxy paint prior to assembly. Water velocity
shall not exceed 12 FPS in tubes.
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Evaporator
Evaporators shall be mechanically cleanable shell and tube type with removable
(individually) heads. The tubes shall be internally enhanced seamless (without Joints or
U bend) copper and shall be rolled into tube sheets.
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The evaporator shall be complete in all respects and shall be provided with chilled
water in and out sensors for temperature & pressure. Provision for fixing mechanical
pressure gauges is required in addition to electronic sensing. The evaporator shell shall
incorporate a refrigerant level sensing device. It shall also have drain and vent
arrangement.
In the event of the chilling unit having, more than one compressors, there will be equal
number of independent refrigeration circuits. (If one circuit fails it should not affect
working of other circuits). Chiller shall have refrigerant relief device on the shell side
(refrigerant side) as per ASHRAE safety code.
Evaporator shall comply with ASME section VIII, division 1 code for unfired pressure
vessels / GB Code. Tubes & shell shall be tested at 200 PSIG & 300 PSIG pressure
respectively.
Evaporator and the cold refrigerant pipes to be neatly insulated with elastomeric nitrile
rubber / XLPE insulation and weather-proof coating / painting as per manufacturer’s
standard.
Chilled water velocity shall not exceed 12 FPS in tubes.
Refrigerant Circuit
The following components shall be provided in the Refrigerant lines.
(a)
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Oil separator & Oil Heater.
High & low side pressure relief valve.
NRV at compressor discharge and liquid line shut off valves.
Charging port shall be provided with Shut off valve.
Liquid line filters cum dryer.
Moisture indicating sight glass.
Control valve for flooded chiller refrigerant expansion (electronic type).
Suction and discharge valves for each compressor.
Refrigerant and lube oil to be factory charged.
Additional valve to facilitate removal of refrigerant.
Suction strainers to prevent any debris during system maintenance.
Controls, Diagnostics and Safeties:
1. Controls:
a) Unit controls shall include as a minimum: Inbuilt Microprocessor compatible
with BAS, LOCAL/OFF/REMOTE switch and graphical diagnostic display
with soft keypad.
b) Shall be capable of performing the following functions:
1) Automatic compressor’s lead / lag switching.
2) Capacity control based on leaving chilled fluid temperature with return fluid
temperature sensing, Leaving Temperature required is 9 °C & setting shall
be + 0.2 °C
c) Display of following parameters:
 Date & Time
 Entering Temp / Leaving Temp of Chilled Water
 Entering Temp / Leaving Temp of Chilled Water
 Evaporator refrigerant temperature
 Condenser refrigerant temperature
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Discharge temperature
Evaporator pressure
Condenser pressure
Display of percentage of full load operation at any time
Incoming voltage & motors Amps
Load in percentage, superheat & percentage of motor current
Oil pressure,
Oil temperature
Operating hours
Fault history (last 6) with time/date
3) Access to the set points through ID and password recognition.
4) Operating parameters shall be stored in non-volatile memory to eliminate
reprogramming the chiller. Control system shall have a RS485 serial output
port.
2. Diagnostics:
a) Display module shall be capable of displaying set points, time system status
(including system ready to start, system running, system safety shut down,
system auto start, temperatures, pressures, and percent loading) and any alarm
or alert conditions. Alarm shall be generated in different colours for different
type of indication.
b) Control module, in conjunction with the microprocessor, shall be capable of
displaying the output of a run test to verify operation of every switch, sensor
potentiometer and compressor before chiller is started.
3. Safeties:
a) Unit shall be equipped with all necessary components, and in conjunction with
the control system shall provide the unit with protection against the following:1) Evaporator low pressure
2) Condenser high pressure
3) Discharge high / low temperature
4) Low oil seal differential pressure
5) Anti-freeze protection
6) Loss of refrigerant charge
7) Anti-reverse rotation
8) Low chilled water temperature
9) Low oil pressure (each compressor circuit)
10) Condenser pressure transducer out of range
11) Voltage imbalance
12) Ground Current
13) Thermal overload
14) High pressure
15) Electrical overload
16) Electrical and control power failure
17) Auxiliary safety – Contacts closed
18) Loss of phase
19) Current imbalance
20) Low and high oil temperature
21) Oil clogged filters
22) Time delay between consecutive starts for motor protection
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4. Electrical Requirement
a) Electrical Power supply shall enter the unit at a single location.
b) Unit shall be suitable for 415V 10%, 3 phase, 50Hz  3% power supply with
combined voltage & frequency variation of 10%.
c) Unit shall be shipped with factory control & power wiring installed.
d) Control wiring shall be 230/110 V A.C derived from 415V, AC through CVT
for constant control voltages. Chiller shall have its own step down voltage
arrangement.
e) Unit shall be provided with differential pressure switch/flow sensors so that
power is disconnected in case of failure of chilled water flow through Chiller.
f) Unit shall be equipped with factory installed microprocessor controlled
minimum load control capable of operation up to 20% capacity, without any
problem.
g) The chiller microprocessor step-less controls should be able to keep the Leaving
Chilled water temperature (LWT) within a band of ± 0.2 °C from the base
temperature 0 °C. It should be possible to change the base temp (LWT) if
desired by client.
h) The unit shall be provided with Soft starter.
5. Special features & Accessories
a) Unit shall be provided with weather proof flow switch at chiller outlet as safety
interlock to prevent operation of machine without evaporator water flow.
b) Unit shall be provided with hour run meter to monitor operating hours.
c) Unit shall be provided with catwalk grid for easy access to all components for
servicing.
d) Mechanical Gauge Kit – Factory fitted mechanical dial gauges for discharge,
suction and out pressure indication in addition to transducer pressure display.
e) Anti vibration mounts, open spring isolator mounts with levelling screws and
fixing down holes.
f) Cooler flange kit – Factory fitted cooler companion flanges including fasteners
and gaskets.
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1.0 Chillers complete in all respects with following:
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Refrigerant Screw compressor complete with accessories like
- Suction and discharge stop valves
- Step-less / automatic capacity control
- Crank case oil heater (Electric) with thermostat
- Hermetic / Semi-Hermetic type Motor and Soft Starter.
- Base frame for motor, compressor, condenser & chiller assembly
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Shell & tube water cooled condenser with accessories like
- Drain valve
- Purge valve
- Safety valve on shell / Relief valve
- Sensors for in/out water temperature and pressure
- Specified safeties.
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Shell & tube chiller with accessories like
- Drain valve
- Venting arrangement
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Safety valve
Flooded chiller expansion of refrigerant control
Specified safeties.
All above mounted on common skid
Necessary Insulation for piping and chiller as specified. (Nitrile rubber / XLPE
insulation with weatherproof coating).
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Necessary structural supports, nuts/bolts, foundation bolts and other hardware items
for equipment and piping work, vibration isolators etc.
 Painting – Shop & Field
 Electrical panels & instrument / controls including VFD/Soft starter. Specialist
electrical vendor shall provide 415V, 3 phase, 4 wire, 50 Hz, AC power supply in the
incoming of electrical panels.
 Shall include all the necessary ports/cards and accessories to make the
microprocessor based control panel compatible with purchaser’s BMS system
(ASHRAE BACnet / Modbus Protocol).
 All power & control cabling within the package skid.
 Consumables like
- First charge of Refrigerant (R-134a)
- First charge of lubricating oil (supplied oil should be available with Indian Oil
Companies / Indian based Multi National Companies).
- Commissioning Spares (As per Manufacturer)
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Supply, Unloading, Lifting, Shifting, Positioning on foundation, erection, testing and
commissioning of the chilling units.
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Full load and part load testing of chiller units and validating with committed data.
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Technical catalogues, literature, Performance curves & rating chart of all equipment
have to be given with the offer to verify selection of equipment & the data furnished
with the offer. Operation and Maintenance manual along with chiller.
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All calibrated instruments except flow meter required for performance testing are to
be included in the vendor’s scope.
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All Test Certificates.
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Water flow switch for Chilled water line.
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Victaulic coupling (if required for bidder’s machines).
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Anchor Bolts and Vibration isolations pads.
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Coordination with client, consultants, HVAC low side contractor, civil contractor,
electrical contractor, BMS contractor. All commissioning documents as per manual.
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Vendor shall submit their Quality Assurance Plan along with their offer. Inspection
and testing shall be carried out in accordance with approved Quality Assurance Plan,
which shall be prepared in line with applicable code and their specific requirements.
The inspection shall be carried out as per approved Inspection Plan.
Prior to commencing equipment installation, installer shall inspect hoist ways, hoist
way accesses/openings, space for the unit, its foundation etc., as constructed, shall
verify all dimensions and examine supporting structure and all other conditions under
which unit is to be installed.
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Factory Inspection & Type Running Test
At least one Chiller to be factory inspected prior to despatch for single point 100%
load. Vendor shall submit inspection schedule well in advance to the Client. It shall
be client’s prerogative whether to witness the test or provide a waiver.
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GUARANTEE
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Mechanical Guarantee
Mechanical guarantee shall be for proper design, workmanship and materials of
construction for all manufactured as well as bought-out items.
Vendor shall give guarantee for the complete scope of supply for a period of 12
months from the date of successful handover. Any parts found defective during
guarantee period shall be replaced by the vendor free of cost.
Vendor to specifically confirm that necessary spares including critical spares can be
made available by air freight, in a reasonable time.
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Performance Testing of Chillers
Field performance testing of chiller shall be carried out by the vendor, after 300 hours
of trouble free operation of the plant to full satisfaction of the client. The
performance test shall be carried out for 72 hours continuous operation. During this
period capacity of chiller shall be demonstrated as per the data given by the vendor.
Following parameters shall be checked and measured during performance testing:
(a) Actual Refrigeration capacity in TR of the plant. (The vendor must indicate the
actual refrigerating capacity of chiller based on (Chiller LWT= 7.0/12°C),
Condenser EWT=32.0°C)
(b) Chilled water flow rate through the chillers.
(c) Cooling water flow rate for condenser.
(d) Power consumption for the Refrigerant compressor at various loads (100%, 90%,
80%, 70%, 60%, 50% etc.). Input KW per ton to be compared with claimed
values at various % loads.
(e) Chilled water pressure drop across the chiller (i.e. evaporator).
(f) Cooling water pressure drop across the condenser.
No negative tolerance on capacity of the system shall be acceptable.
There shall not be any positive tolerance on power consumption of compressor.
The plant shall be deemed to have been commissioned only after compliance of
the above tests.
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TEMPORARY PROTECTION DURING TRANSPORTATION
Selected protective shall suit the equipment and also the climatic conditions during
transit and storage (e.g. high humidity, extreme cold, rapid temperature changes etc.)
If the manufacturer considers that his equipment should not be stored in the packages or
crates used for transportation, this shall be stated on the advice note and the boxes shall
be painted with a bright yellow band at least 75 mm (3 inch) wide.
Bare metal surfaces of critical nature, like machined surfaces, shall be protected against
mechanical damage after coating with appropriate protective lubricating grease.
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External surfaces of mechanical equipment and electrical motor shall be prepared and
finish painted in accordance with the supplier’s normal standard.
Bearings normally grease lubricated shall be packed with appropriate grease.
The method employed to prevent damage to bearings due to vibration and shocks in
transit shall be submitted for approval of Client/Consultant.
The recommendations indicated above are of general nature only and supplier shall
follow the specific instructions and safety recommendations of the manufacturers of
any protective medium selected. These recommendations shall not absolve the supplier
from his responsibilities.
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DEVIATION
All deviations to the specification, scope of work should be highlighted in
“Confirmation to Compliance of Requisition” sheet only. Deviation in any other
form, in another place shall not be considered and it will be presumed that this offer is
in line with tender.
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SPECIAL TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
i. Vendor should take specific notes to the following to avoid any communication
gap :
a. List of jobs, where similar machine with similar arrangement installed.
b. Details of service centre nearest to the site with key personnel.
c. Delivery time (Transit Schedule) and Indian Port where machine shall be
delivered.
d. Computerised selection as per technical parameters given in the tender on
which machine is to be tested at factory.
e. Utility and other requirements for smooth supply, installation, testing and
commissioning (required from Client / Consultant).
f. Before bidding, it is preferred that vendor shall visit the site, meet the client
and well understand the Client’s requirement, to arrange all resources for on
time and smooth completion of work.
ii. ASHRAE Modbus / BACnet output from chiller control panel. Printer port shall
be available with microprocessor panel.
iii. In case of machine is not fully charged with refrigerant and oil from factory then
it shall be shipped with positive charge refrigerant / inert gas.
iv. List of recommended spare parts required for two years with firm prices.
v. Any activity / equipment / components not covered in specification but necessary
for the machine shall be included and highlighted in offer.
vi. If chiller supplied shall not meet committed data, chiller shall be rejected and
vendor shall supply the required machines of adequate capacity within 4 – 6
weeks time without any cost implication.
vii. After sales services like attending any type of Breakdown within 24 hr.
viii. Noise level of any equipment shall not be more than 80 dBA at 1m distance from
equipment.
ix. Coordination with Client, Consultant, HVAC Low Side contractor, Civil
contractor etc.
x. In case of any contradiction in specification / standard given in tender
client/consultant’s decision shall be final.
xi. Foundation details with clear indication of vibration isolation pads shall be
provided along with GA drawing.
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COOLING TOWER:
3.2.1
Scope of Work
This specification covers the design requirement, materials, constructional feature,
manufacture & supply, installation, testing, commissioning of FRP Cooling Towers.
3.2.2
Codes & Standards
The design, materials, manufacture, testing & performance of cooling tower shall comply
with all currently applicable codes, regulation & standards in the locality where the
equipment is to be installed. The cooling tower shall also conform to the latest
application of International Standards.
3.2.3
Types & Capacity of Cooling Tower
The cooling tower shall be induced draft, cross / counter flow type conforming to their
respective specification & of rectangular / square profile. Each cooling tower actual
capacity shall be 400 TR.
3.2.4
Constructional Feature of Cooling Tower
The induced draft cross / counter flow FRP cooling tower shall be complete with FRP
casing, fill, internal supporting structure, drift eliminators, fan, fan motor, hot water
distribution system & cold water basin. All steel components including assembly
hardware shall be hot dip galvanized. Suitable access shall be provided for the inspection
& maintenance of fan. The design of louvers, fill & drift eliminators shall ensure
minimum resistance to flow of air. The induced draft propeller fan of the cooling tower
shall be direct / gear driven by TEFC squirrel cage motor located outside the moist air
stream. The fill sheet includes both louvers and drift eliminators & the louvers should
prevent water from escaping the fill sheets to assure proper & efficient heat transfer
throughout wide variations in the airflow. Drift losses for the cooling tower should not be
more than 0.02% of the circulated water. Suitable screens between the side of the coldwater basin & the base of the fill should be provided to prevent foreign materials in the
circulating water flow & should be easily removable. The fan motor shall be suitable for
415 volts ±10%, 3 phases, 50 Hz ± 5%, AC supply conforming to IP 55.
Cold Water Basin
The cold-water basin shall be a deep fibre glass reinforced sump on which cooling tower
structure shall be supported Basin fittings shall have the following.
i) Bottom Outlet.
ii) Screened suction assembly fixed to the basin.
iii) Drain at underside of suction, suction side sheet.
iv) Overflow fixed to inside of casing side sheet.
v) Ball type automatic make-up water valve.
vi) Equalizing connection & balancing valves for multiple CTs as required.
vii) Quick Fill arrangements Mechanical Equipment
The cooling tower shall be provided with low speed, low noise, and acoustically treated
fans running at lower RPM through gear reducer or direct driven. Fan speed shall not be
more than 750 RPM. Fan shall be of the propeller type lightweight rotor fitted with
multiple aerofoil blades. The entire fan assembly shall be statically and dynamically
balanced. Fan shall be driven by TEFC motor suitable for 415 volts ±10%, 3 phases, 50
Hz ± 5%, AC supply conforming to IP 55. Fan motor shall be energy efficient motor
weatherproof construction, designed and selected to operate in humid air stream. Fan
guard shall be provided to prevent birds from nesting during idling periods.
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G.S.S canopy shall be provided over the fan motor for protection against rainwater. Care
shall be taken that fan air is not restricted. Motor terminal box shall be made watertight.
VFD shall be provided for each motor if specified in BOQ.
Fillings: The Fillings shall be made of corrosion proof and rigid film in cross fluted
design and arranged in square / rectangular form and shall be elevated from the floor of
the cold water basin to facilitate cleaning and easy replacement. They shall be arranged in
such a manner to ensure negligible resistance to airflow and to eliminate backwater spots
and prevent fouling trough scales that may form. In order to reduce carry-over losses
through entrapment of water droplets in air stream, PVC drift eliminators shall be
installed.
Distribution Header
Hot water distribution system shall comprise of header and branch arms system.
3.2.5
Accessories
The cooling tower basin shall be provided with automatic float valve with a stop valve
for continuous make up water flow, quick fill arrangement with stop valve, over-flow and
drain connections with stop valves. A hot water bleed connection to the drain line
through a stop valve shall be provided. It shall be connected to the drain line below the
drain stop valve. Steel ladders shall be provided in such a manner and location as
necessary to give safe and complete access to all parts of tower requiring inspection.
Each ladder shall be made of iron sides and 16 mm straps and shall be bolted to the tower
on the top and grouted in masonry at the bottom end. All Hardware used shall be of
stainless steel. All pipe connections shall be hot dip galvanized and double flanged.
Painting
All exposed steel surfaces shall be given two coats of epoxy paint & the colour finish of
cooling tower shall as per Architect’s decision.
3.2.7
Performance Data:
The complete performance ratings and power consumption at varying outdoor wet bulb
temperatures shall be submitted and verified at the time of testing and commissioning of
the installation. The Capacity of the cooling tower shall be computed.
3.2.8
Testing:
Cooling tower being critical equipment for proper functioning of chillers, strict quality
control is required. Capacity of the cooling tower shall be computed from the
measurements of water flow, incoming/outgoing water temperatures and ambient air wet
bulb temperature using accurately calibrated thermometers. Computed ratings shall
conform to the specified capacities and quoted ratings. Power consumption for cooling
towers shall be computed from measurements of incoming voltage and input current.
3.2.9
Technical Requirements of Cooling Tower
a) Capacity of cooling tower at
PC WB temperature
b) No. of Cooling Tower
As Per BOQ
c) Type of cooling Tower
FRP Induced Draft
d) Entering water temp PPC
36.00
e) Leaving water Temp PPC
32.00
f) Water flow GPM
628
g) Type of fan
Propeller
h) Material of fan
Cast AL
i) Type of motor
Weather proof
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PUMPS:
General:Each pump shall be end suction, top discharge, single stage, back-pull out construction
and centrifugal type. Each pump shall be capable of at least 5% head increase by
changing the impeller of larger size. The noise level of each pump and its driver should
not exceed 80 dBA at 1m distance from the equipment. Vibration level of the complete
assembly (due to rotating parts) shall be less than 6.3 mm/s (RMS). Painting, wherever
required, shall be carried out as per manufacturer’s standard
Capacity:All pumps shall be of capacity & size in accordance with the requirements indicated in
the Data Sheets. The equipment shall be capable of developing the required total head at
rated capacity. The pump shall be suitable for parallel operation & should not overload
in single pump operation.
Casing:Pumping casing shall be of heavy section grained cast iron, making possible complete
servicing of rotating parts without breaking piping or motor connections. Motor to pump
connection shall be of the flexible spacer coupling type. Suction passages shall be such
to promote smooth entry to impeller and increased efficiency. The casing jointing faces
shall be fully machined and shall be with a gasket. Pump casing shall be designed to
withstand discharge pressure plus static head of system. Casing shall be tested to
withstand a hydrostatic test pressure of 1.5 times the maximum allowable working
pressure. Each pressure casing shall be provided with drain and vent connections with
isolation valves
Impeller:The pump impeller shall be of bronze hydraulically balanced and passages smooth
finished for minimum friction and maximum efficiency. Wherever rings are fitted to the
impeller, these shall be of the same material as of impeller and shall be secured from
relative movement by tongue and groove fittings. Each impeller shall be dynamically
balanced to a grade less than 6.3 mm/s as per ISO 1940 along with any other unmachined
rotating parts on proper balancing equipment so as not to cause any vibration
Bearings and Bearing Housings:a) Bearings shall be so designed as to take the necessary radial load as well as the net
hydraulic axial thrust. Bearings shall be lubricated properly.
b) Bearings shall be designed for at least 10000 hrs. with continuous operation at rated
condition.
c) Bearing housings shall be arranged so that bearings can be replaced without
disturbing pump drives or mountings. Bearing housings shall be equipped with
replaceable labyrinth end seals and deflectors where the shaft passes through the
housing.
Shaft and Seals:The pump shaft shall be of High tensile steel, protected by S.S sleeves. Shaft shall be
finished to close tolerance for the impeller, coupling & bearing diameters. The impeller,
pulley & shaft sleeves shall be firmly secured to the shaft by key / lock nut.
The shaft size shall be calculated on the maximum combined shear stress. The shear stress
shall not exceed 30% of the elastic limit in tension or 18% of ultimate tensile strength,
whichever is higher.
The shaft shall be sealed by faster fitted Mechanical seal. The seal shall allow zero leakage.
A drip well to the nearest drain shall be provided beneath the shaft seal.
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Drive Motors:The Drive motors shall be designed as per motor data sheets and specifications for motors
attached with enquiry. Motors shall be of IP-55 (EFF-1 Rating) protection.
Maximum rating out of the following two conditions shall be governing factor for
deciding the motor rating
a) End of Curve Power
b) Percentage of rated absorbed power at pump shaft.
Pump Absorbed Power (BKW)
Less than 22
22 to 55
Over 55
Motor rating (Kw)
125% of rated pump BKW
115% of rated pump BKW
110% of rated pump BKW
Coupling:Pump / Motor coupling shall be flexible spacer type to allow dismantling without
disturbing the pump & motor positions. Coupling guard shall be provided of 20 SWG
mild steel sheet finish bolted to common base. Each coupling shall be designed,
considering a service-factor of 1.5 over motor KW rating.
Base Plates:Base plates shall be fabricated of mild steel. Base plate shall be fabricated for
accommodating pump, its drive motor and the accessories. Base plate accommodating
pump, drive motor and other accessories shall be rigid and stable so that alignment is not
affected under normal working condition.
Alignment:All pumps shall be factory-aligned prior to shipment by the manufacturer. Prior to testing,
the pump alignment may be verified for each pump with a dial indicator within 0.05 mm
for each pump.
Painting:All pumps, motors and bases shall be supplied with approved finish. Paint that becomes
marred during shipment or erection shall be cleaned off, coated with enamel paint to match
the adjoining areas.
Performance Data:Each pump shall deliver not less than the quantity of water specified against the total head
of the system as installed. The system total head stated in the specification is given as
guide only. The contractor shall supply with his tender a copy of the guaranteed
characteristic performance curves for each pump. The required NPSH at duty point shall be
less than the available NPSH.
Testing:Pump performance shall be computed from the measurement of water flow and pressure
differential across the pump. Flow measurement shall be by an accurately calibrated
water flow meter and pressure by an accurate compound pressure gauge. Measured
results shall conform to the specified capacities and quoted ratings. Power consumption
shall be computed from measurements of incoming voltage and input current.
Fittings and Pressure Gauges:Pumps shall be fitted with two air valves, two grease lubricators, drain plug and water
seal connections. Pressure gauges at suction and delivery connection shall be flanged
type and discharge shut-off valve and discharge check valve conforming to relevant
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specification shall be provided with each pump. Pressure gauge at pump discharge must
be provided with snuffer/pulsation damper.
INSPECTION & TESTING: Vendor shall furnish QAP for approval. This plan, as approved by Client /consultant,
shall form basis of inspection.
 Vendor shall obtain despatch instruction from the Client before despatch of
equipment.
 The Client/Jacobs reserves the right to inspect any component, material and complete
equipment and may reject, which is defective in workmanship or design otherwise
unsuitable for the use and the purpose intended, or which is not in accordance with
the intent of the contract.
 Raw material and finished product shall be tested by destructive and non-destructive
examination before, during and after manufacture of the equipment. Any
imperfections shall only be repaired upon consultation with the Client.
 The Vendor shall, on demand by the Client, remedy or replace at his own expense
any such defective or unsuitable component / item / equipment.
 The Vendor shall intimate the Client two weeks in advance when the component/
item/ equipment is ready for inspection in the Vendor’s shop and / or his sub-vendor’s
shop.
 Inspection must be carried out within the stipulated time. Client’s inspector shall at all
times have access to all parts of shop where equipment is being manufactured and
shall also be provided with all reasonable inspection facilities by the Vendor and his
sub-vendors.
SHOP TEST:11.1 Hydrostatic and running / performance tests shall be conducted as per applicable
standard.
11.2 The running / performance test of one pump from a set of identical pumps shall be
witnessed by Client/ Jacobs or their authorised representative.
11.3 Pump casing shall be hydro-statically tested with water at ambient temperature at
1.5 times maximum allowable working pressure
11.4 Hydrostatic test shall be maintained for a minimum period of 30 minutes. The
hydrostatic test shall be witnessed by Client/ Jacobs.
11.5 Performance test shall be conducted at a minimum of five capacity points from
shut-off to maximum flow. One additional point with the discharge valve fully
open is required.
11.6 Acceptable tolerance of actual versus guaranteed pump performance shall be as
follows:There shall be no negative tolerance on head. Vendor to furnish guaranteed power
consumption figures with no positive tolerance.
Impeller shall be dynamically balanced at rated speed. Dynamic balancing shall
be witnessed by Client/ Jacobs or their authorised representative.
11.7 Unless otherwise specifically agreed upon, pumps shall be tested at the rated
speed specified in the General Arrangement Drawing with calibrated test motor at
least for 2 -hour to obtain complete data including capacity, head, power absorbed
and NPSH(R)
11.8 NPSH test, if required, shall be conducted for one pump at a minimum of five
capacity points from minimum to maximum capacity. The maximum capacity
shall be 110% of rated capacity.
11.9 During NPSH test the onset of cavitations shall be indicated by a 3% drop in
difference head.
11.10 Pumps shall be released for shipment unless shop-test data and performance test
curves are approved by Client / Jacobs.
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11.11 The various tests carried out shall be properly recorded, plotted & shall be extra
polated for speed, specific gravity, viscosity etc. Such documents duly signed by
vendor’s inspector & Client/ Jacobs’s inspector shall be submitted to Jacobs with
requisite number of sets for their record.
GUARANTEE
Mechanical Guarantee:
Mechanical guarantee shall be for proper design, workmanship and material of
construction for all manufactured as well as bought out items to be supplied by Vendor.
Vendor shall stand mechanical guarantee for the complete scope of supply for a period of
12 months from the date of commissioning or 18 months from the date of supply,
whichever is earlier. Any parts found defective during guarantee period shall be repaired/
replaced by Vendor, free of cost.
Performance Guarantee:
The equipment shall be guaranteed for satisfactory performance at operating condition of
the data sheet and performance curve. Field checks on performance, when made by
client, shall be made within the agreed time of initial operation.
The Following parameters shall be guaranteed:a) Capacity
b) Total Head
c) Rated Power
d) NPSH required
TEMPORARY PROTECTION DURING TRANSPORTATION
All protection shall be such that equipment may be stored in the open area. Suitable cover
/ packing shall be provided to prevent any damage due to weathering for a period of at
least six months from the date of despatch.
Selected protective shall suit the application and also the climate conditions during transit
and storage.
If the Vendor considers that his components should not be stored in the packages or
crates used for transportation, this shall be stated on the advice note and the boxes shall
be painted with a bright yellow band at least 75 mm (3 inch) wide.
The recommendations mentioned above are of general nature only and Vendor shall
follow the specific instructions and safety recommendations of the manufacturers of any
protective medium selected. These recommendations shall not absolve the Vendor from
his responsibilities.
QA / QC REQUIREMENTS
 Typical QAP along with offer.
 Project Specific QAP for approval, after order.
 Copies of all sub-orders required.
 Access of client’s / consultant’s QA / QC engineers required during manufacturing.
 Concession request in case of non-compliance of Order
AIR HANDLING UNIT
The Air Handling Unit shall be double skin construction draw through type comprising of
various sections such as mixing box, Pre-filter sections with filters (EU-4), coil section
with cooling coil, face & by pass dampers, supply air dampers, return air dampers, fresh
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air dampers, exhaust air dampers, blower section with DIDW backward curved blower &
motor, VFD for all AHU’s and necessary controls instruments, etc.
All Air Handling Units shall comprise of minimum of the following sections:
a) Leak proof Double skin AHU of minimum 25 mm thick (nominal) PUF panel with
thermal break profile for indoor mounted AHU’s.
b) Leak proof Double skin AHU of minimum 50 mm thick (nominal) PUF panel with
thermal break profile for outdoor mounted AHU’s.
c) DIDW Backward curved Centrifugal Blowers.
d) Electrical motor as per the Blower selection.
e) Cooling coils as per Schedule of Equipment.
f) Flanged type filters of specified efficiency & locations as specified in the Schedule of
Equipment.
g) Insulated S.S. Drain Pan of required size with drain plug in the bottom of the coil.
(Refer Clause No. 8.6 for slope of drain pan and gauge of SS).
h) All volume control dampers shall be of Aluminium anodised, oppose blade with
aerofoil design, must be low leakage. Casing of damper to be of 16 SWG. Geared
operator with self lubricated bearings/ bushes shall be provided for dampers. If link
operators are given then linkage to be mounted such that insulation is complete all
over and suitable for motorised operation.
i) All filters shall be of standard sizes like 610 x 610, 610 x 305, and 305 x 305 (all
sizes are in mm).
j) Flame retardant, water proof neoprene impregnated flexible connections.
k) Construction shall be Single Decker type only.
l) Canopy with all fixing arrangement to be provided for all AHU/TFA/EXHU/VU
installed at terrace. Canopy shall be made out of 2 mm thick corrugated aluminium
sheet. Projection of 600 mm on each side to be provided with aluminium sheet.
The above arrangement shall be suitable for maximum wind velocity at site.
All components shall be housed in leak proof sheet metal casing. Casing of units shall be
provided with thermal barrier.
Capacity:Air Handling Units capacities (Cooling Coil and Blower capacity) shall be as per data
sheets.
Housing/Casing:The housing/casing of Air Handling Unit shall be of double skin type. The frame work
shall be of extruded aluminium hollow sections having covered inside corner with
thermal break feature to minimize condensation during high ambient humidity
conditions. The frame shall be assembled (so as using Peralluman joints) to make a
strong, sturdy and self supporting framework for different sections.
Casing of AHU shall be made out of 25 mm thick (nominal) double skin construction for
indoor mounted AHUs and 50 mm thick for outdoor mounted AHUs. Inner skin shall be
0.8mm thick GSS & outer skin shall be 0.8mm thick pre plasticized pre coated sheet
(filled with high density PUF). For flameproof AHU’s inner skin shall be 1.0 mm thick
GSS & outer skin shall be 1.0 mm thick pre plasticized pre coated sheet (filled with
mineral wool insulation). Mineral wool insulation shall be injected/filled of minimum 96
Kg. /cum. density in double skin panels. K factor not exceeding 0.02W/M0C. Necessary
reinforcement in panel shall be provided by the vendor.
The casing shall withstand leak test as per SMACNA Class 6 standards. The
manufacturer should demonstrate the pressure testing of the casing at works to meet these
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standards. Suitable space in AHU shall be provided for easy maintenance / easy access of
each section.
These panels shall be fixed to the extruded aluminium framework preferably using
quarter-turn latches actuated by a simple tool. EPDM fin rubber gaskets will be fixed in
built-in groove of extruded aluminium profile to make the panel fixing airtight. Suitable
airtight access door/panels with nylon hinges and locks shall be provided for access to
various sections for routine maintenance.
Hinges shall be made of die cast aluminium with stainless steel pivots. Handles shall be
made of ‘C’ Type glass filled hard nylon and to be operational from both inside and
outside of the unit. AHU locks shall be low projection, Tool Operated, Half turn Cam
type and glass filled nylon construction.
The entire housing shall be mounted on GSS channel framework using pressure die cast
aluminium jointers.
Ribbed neoprene rubber pads as vibration isolators shall be provided for AHUs.
Access panel for the fan section shall be provided with limit switch interlocked with fan
motor & aluminium wire mesh for protection. The inspection & access panels shall be
hinged type. The hinges shall be casted, powder coated zinc alloy. Flushed locks &
handles shall be of galvanised steel.
Weather Proof Lamp (CFL type) and view window in Access door of each accessible
section will be provided. (In flameproof areas, weather proof, frame proof lamp (CFL
type) shall be provided).
Belt Driven Backward Curved DIDW Centrifugal Blower:The fan shall be backward curved double inlet, double width centrifugal type. Wheel
shall be fabricated from heavy gauge carbon steel in welded construction duly epoxy
painted. The housing shall be fabricated from galvanised steel. The fan impeller shall be
mounted on a solid shaft made of minimum C40 carbon steel supported to the housing
with steel frame and heavy duty ball bearings. The fan impeller shall be statically and
dynamically balanced as per ISO 1940 & AMCA 204/3-G2.5 Standards. The fan outlet
velocity shall not exceed 9.30 m/sec. Fans shall be tested as per AMCA 210.
The fan shall be selected for highest efficiencies and a noise level less than 85 dBA in
free field conditions at 1 meter distance. The fan and motor assembly along with drive
package shall be mounted on a common extruded aluminium frame work with antivibration mounts (preferably spring isolators of minimum 80% efficiency). Fan outlet
shall be connected to the casing with fire retardant fabric acting as a flexible connection
for anti vibrations. The blower shall confirm to AMCA certification.
Vendor shall submit calculation of internal static pressure drop of AHUs for checking.
While selecting fan frequency shall be kept close to 50 Hz and RPM shall be preferably
within ± 10% of designated RPM of motor.
Motor and Drive:Motor shall be factory assembled mounted inside the AHU casing on slide rails, with
screw drive for easy belt tensioning. Motor bearings shall be of ball or roller type, grease
or lubricant sealed for life. Fan and drive shall be earthed to prevent accumulation of
static charge.
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Fan motor shall be suitable for 415 10% V, 50 cycles, 3 phase squirrel cage totally
enclosed fan cooled type with IP-55 (EFF-1 rating) protection. The motor shall be with
class F insulation. Motor design shall permit quiet operation and maximum efficiency.
The fan shall be of most efficient type in totality so that the power consumption and noise
level is minimal. Fan motor capacity shall be selected 10% above on motor BKW. The
motor shall be minimum IP-55 protection class.
Cooling Coils:Chilled water coil shall have 12.5 mm to 15mm diameter tubes minimum 0.50 mm thick
with aluminium fins having anti corrosive coating, firmly bonded to copper tubes
assembled in SS frame. The coil shall be brazed to copper header for water inlet & outlet.
All brazing works at the header shall be carried out by holding the coil vertically to
achieve clean finish.
Fins shall be firmly bonded by hydraulic expansion or passing bullets for minimum
thermal contact with fins. Fin spacing shall be 12 fins per inch.
Face and surface areas shall be such as to ensure rated capacity from each unit and such
that air velocity across each coil shall not exceed 150 meter per minute (MPM). The coil
shall be pitched in the unit casing for proper drainage.
Each coil shall be factory tested at 21 kg per sq. cm. (g) air pressure under water. Coil
shall be pre-charged with Nitrogen at time of delivery of the unit.
Coils shall be provided with copper header and steel adopters (with MS mating SORF
flanges) to facilitate its connection at site with steel water pipes.
The drain pan shall be duly extended beyond chilled water coil depth by 500 mm.
Necessary arrangement will be provided to slide the coil in the AHU. Drain pan shall be
removable type to facilitate its cleaning.
Drain pan externally insulated with self stick 15 mm thick closed cell polyethylene
insulation made of 18G stainless steel with dual slope (1:10) to facilitate fast removal of
condensate and avoid microbial growth will be provided under the chilled water coil.
Filters:The design, manufacture, erection, inspection & testing of Air Filters shall comply with
all currently applicable statues, regulation and safety codes in the locality, where the Air
filter are to be installed. Nothing in this specification shall be construed to relieve the
contractor of his responsibility. In particular the equipment shall conform to the latest
edition of standard indicated elsewhere in the tender document.
In case of any conflict in the standard and this specification, the decision of the purchaser
shall be final & binding.
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Design Parameters of Filters:Parameter
Type
Grade
Efficiency
Recommended size
Air flow cfm
Initial P (mm) WG
(clean condition) WG
Final P (mm) WG
(clogged condition)
Casing
Sealing of medium
Medium
No. of folds
Pre Filter
Flange type
EU-4 (G-4)
90% down to
micron
610 x 610 x 50
2000 cfm
4 mm
Fine Filter
Flange Type
EU-7 (F-7)
10 90% down to 3 micron
610 x 610 x 305
2000 cfm
8 mm
10 mm
20 mm
Aluminium Anodised
Epoxy or equivalent
Aluminium Anodised
Epoxy or equivalent
Synthetic
medium
supported by HDPE
mesh and aluminium
mesh
20 Nos.
Imported
Synthetic
medium
supported by HDPE mesh and
aluminium mesh
20 Nos.
Sample testing at Mfr’s No
Yes
works
Packing
Yes
Yes (Individually)
Test Method
BS-6540-Part-I / EN- BS-6540-Part I / EN-779 / DIN
779 / DIN
Washable
Yes
Yes
Type of fixing
Flange type
Flange type
Safety Features
Each Air Handling Unit must have safety features as under;
a) The Fan Access Door shall be equipped with micro-switch inter locked with fan
motor to enable switching off the fan motor automatically in the event of door
opening.
b) All the AHUs shall also be provided with external Power Button for starting of the
AHU Lamp inside while AHU is ON to visualize the Fan & Motor while in operation.
c) The Access Door shall further have wire mesh screen of G.I. as an added safety
feature bolted on to the unit frame.
d) Fan and motor base shall be properly earthed from the factory.
e) All screws used for panel fixing and projecting inside the unit shall be covered with
PVC caps to avoid human injury.
Accessories
a) Fire Retardant Flexible joints/Anti vibration joints shall be provided.
b) Each AHU shall be provided with laminated coloured AHU GA drawing duly pasted
on AHU showing all the components.
c) Pressure measuring ports with dead nut shall be provided across each section to
monitor the pressure drops.
d) All volume control dampers shall be of Aluminium anodised, oppose blade with
aerofoil design, must be low leakage. Casing of damper to be of 16 SWG. Geared
operator with self lubricated bearings/ bushes shall be provided for dampers. If link
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operators are given then linkage to be mounted such that insulation is complete all
over and suitable for motorised operation.
Testing At Works of AHUs
Manufacturers shall demonstrate Run Test at their works (Air quantity v/s static pressure
and Leak Test) of at least one AHU of each capacity (To be decided by purchaser /
consultant).
Testing and Inspection
The manufacturer shall conduct tests at his works and site, dimensional & constructional
check required to ensure that all the equipment furnished shall confirm to the requirement
of the specification & in compliance with the requirement of the applicable codes.
Performance testing for DIDW blower shall be carried out.
Static/Dynamic balancing of all rotating parts shall have to be conducted.
Efficiency of all filters and motors shall be tested as per relevant code.
Test certificates & reports shall be made available to the buyer before dispatch of the
equipment & the representative of buyer shall be given full access to all the tests.
Schedule of tests to be given in advance.
Performance of individual component shall be tested after complete installation at site.
This test shall be carried out to determine the performance requirement as stipulated in
the specification. Seller shall make necessary arrangements for arranging all necessary
instruments at free of cost to carry out the site performance test to the specified standards.
Performance test at site will consist of an uninterrupted running of the system for min 72
hours at design conditions. Supplier at his own cost shall make good any item
malfunctioning during this period.
Erection & Commissioning: Erection & commissioning of the complete unit at site is
the responsibility of the supplier. The seller shall be required to keep the commissioning
crew at site on free of cost basis for a period of at least 07 days after the start-up of the
plant and the test run (of minimum 72 hours) shall be conducted during this period.
CHILLED WATER CASSETTE UNITS
CONSTRUCTION FEATURES
Cabinet
The CASSETTE AIR CONDITIONERS air-conditioners comprise of two cabinets viz.
indoor unit and condensing/outdoor unit. Indoor unit shall house air handling fan, cooling
coil, insulated drain tray and filter. The unit shall be of heavy gauge steel, corrosion
resistant, finished with synthetic enamel paint and thermally and acoustically insulated
with resin bonded fibreglass or equivalent material. Suitable drain connection shall be
provided for removal of condensate collected inside the drain tray under cooling coil. The
access panels shall be easily removable.
Condensing/outdoor unit shall house compressor and condenser and shall be of heavy
gauge corrosion resistant carbon steel and shall be suitable for mounting in open space
(e.g. on terrace or on outside wall).
COOLING COIL AND FILTER
The cooling coil shall be of direct expansion type with copper tubes and aluminium fins.
This shall be minimum three (3) rows deep and with minimum three (3) fins per
centimetre. The air before it enters the cooling coil shall be filtered by dry and cleanable
type filter.
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REFRIGERATION PIPING AND CONTROLS
 The refrigeration piping shall be complete with externally equalised thermostatic
expansion valve, liquid line strainer, dehydrator with replaceable drying agent and
liquid line shut-off valve.
 For refrigerants R-134a/Equivalent, copper tubes to IS 10773 shall be used. Fittings
and pipe joints shall conform to the requirements of ANSI B 31.5.
 The piping shall be designed for an internal pressure representing the most severe
condition of coincident pressure and temperature expected in normal operation.
D-X WALL MOUNTED SPLIT UNITS
Scope
Supplying, erecting and testing Split type room air-conditioner of specified TR capacity,
conforming to I.S.1931, having one / two air handling units Hi-wall / ceiling (suitable for
false ceiling) mounting type having cooling unit and the outdoor condensing unit
connected with 12 / 9 mm copper piping upto 6 meter duly insulated and 3 core copper
flexible cord of required length etc. with stand for condensing unit, complete with testing
etc. (Conforming to IS:1391 Part-I & Part-II with all amendments and as per BEE higher
Star rating) suitable for operation on single phase, AC supply, 230/250 Volts 50 Hz,
using best quality compressor, and fitting in position s per site situation and as directed
by site engineer, duly connected to supply, and marking of S. No. and date of erection.
Variable Frequency Drives:
Scope of Work
The scope of this section comprises the supply, installation, testing & commissioning of
variable frequency drives conforming to these specifications and in accordance with Bill
of Quantities. The VFD should be specially designed & applicable for HVAC field &
general-purpose product shall not be acceptable.
Certification UL, CE
VFD Design Requirements
1
2
3
4
5
6
Voltage Variations
380-480V
Nominal supply frequency
50 Hz ± 5%
True Power Factor (λ)
>
0.9 at nominal rated load
Displacement P.F. (cos φ)
>
0.98
Short circuit current rating 100 kA RMS
Harmonic current control 5% non-saturating dual reactors on both rails of DC bus.
Swinging chokes which do not provide full harmonic filtering throughout the entire
load range are not acceptable. VFDs with saturating (non linear) DC reactors to
provide additional 3% AC chokes.
7 EMC Compliance (for emission and immunity)
a) For powers ≤90 kW: Shall comply with requirements of IEC 61800-3 : 2004,
Category C1 with 50m motor cable.
b) For powers >90 kW: Shall comply with requirements of IEC 61800-3 :2004,
Category C2 with 50m motor cable.
8 VFD rated continuous output current Meet or exceed the normal rated currents of
standard IEC induction motors
9 Torque mode Variable torque. Not programmable in constant torque mode for
variable torque fan and pump applications
10 Torque ratings
a) Starting torque: 135% for 0.5 seconds
b) Overload torque: 110% for 1 minute
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11 Cable lengths
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
20
a) Upto 150 m for screened /armoured cable
b) Upto 300 m for unscreened / armoured cable type To allow for
SWA (Single Wire Armour) cable & MICS (Mineral Insulated
Copper Sheath) cable in the motor circuit.
V/f ratio Dynamically varying; fixed V/f curves not acceptable
Energy optimization function Automatic energy optimization algorithm, which
continuously adjusts the applied voltage based on load and speed.
Output power switching without any interlocks and damage to VFD
Motor tuning function Automatic, without having to decouple the load and motor.
Signal Isolation Galvanic Isolation between power and control circuitry
System response time < 2 ms
Motor noise reduction Adjustable carrier frequency modulation. VFDs with fixed
switching frequency not acceptable
Ramp time Programmable from 1 to 3,600 seconds.
VFD Service Conditions
1 Ambient Temperature with full
VFD rated output current:
2 Relative Humidity
3 Max. altitude above sea level
4 AC line voltage variation
5 VFD enclosure protection
6 Aggressive environment
7 Vibration
VFD Protective Features
1 Motor overload protection
2 Protective functions
3 Function at input phase loss
4 Function at over temperature
5 Function at over load
6 Alarm log
7 Dry pump detection
8 End of curve protection
VFD Interface Features
1 Customer interface
2 Display type
3 Auto – Manual operation
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a) For powers ≤90 kW : 45 P0 PC without derating
b)For powers >90 kW : 40 P0 PC without derating
0 to 95%. non condensing
Upto 1000m without derating
U+U 10% of nominal with full output
IP20/IP21/IP 55 integral with no additional cabinets
Class 3C2
1.0 g
Class 20 IP2Pt electronic motor overload protection
with automatic compensation for changes in motor
speed.
Against input transients, loss of AC line phase,
output short circuit, output ground fault, over
voltage, under voltage, VFD over temperature and
motor over temperature.
Auto derate and warning. Should cause no damage
to VFD
Automatically reduce carrier frequency or auto
derate.
Automatically reduce output current to a
preprogrammed Value.
Record last 10 alarms with description of alarm,
date & time.
Automatically detect and trip during a dry running
situation or no flow condition, when used in
pumping application
Detect and display a warning or trip when
encountering an end of curve situation, when used
in pumping application
Identical interface for full range of VFDs in a
project
Graphical, alphanumeric, 6 lines, back lit
Control panel to have inbuilt Hand – Off –Auto
Keys
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4 Programming assistance key
5 Protection against
6 Parameter up load /down load
7 Languages
8 Indicating lamps
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Key for displaying on-line context sensitive
assistance for programming and troubleshooting.
2 level password protection for read & write
unauthorized access to prevent unauthorized access.
Control panel with program up load / down load
function and also size / rating independent
parameters.
English
Red FAULT light, yellow WARNING light and a
green POWER- ON light.
3.11.7 VFD HVAC Features
1. Quick set up
2 HVAC application menus
3
4
5
6
Menu with factory preset typical HVAC parameters
Fan, Pump, and Compressor menus specifically
designed to facilitate start-up of these applications.
Speed control using 3 feedback A three-feedback PID controller to control the
speed of the signals VFD
3 – zone control
Sum, difference, average, compare to common set
point or compare to individual set point and select
min. or max. deviating signal
Square root function of feedback Calculate the square root of any / all individual
feedback Signal signals so that a pressure sensor
can be used to measure air flow
PI programming
Auto tuning PI controller to facilitate faster
Commissioning
7 Installation of pressure sensor near Actively adjust its set point based on flow, to
facilitate such to output of pump installation 8 Independent PID
8 Independent PID
9 Floating point control interface
10 Meter displays
11 Display of feedback signals
12 Sleep mode
13 Run permissive circuit
14 Loss of load detection
15 Real time clock
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Controllers Three Nos. additional PID controllers to
control controllers. damper and valve positioners in
the system and to provide set point reset
To increase/decrease speed in response to contact
closures.
5 simultaneous meter displays on LCP
Display all connected feedback signals and its set
points, in and set points their own engg. units (e.g.
:bar / P0PC etc.)
Programmable and be able to stop the VFD in the
following situations:
a) Output frequency drops below set “sleep” level
for a specified time,
b) External contact commands that the VFD go into
Sleep Mode, or
c) Detects a no-flow situation.
Receive a “system ready” signal before starting and
also be capable of initiating an output “run request”
signal to the external equipment.
Monitor a broken belt / loose coupling and indicate
via keypad warning, relay output or serial
communication. This function shall be based on
torque and shall have a proof timer.
Integral feature and shall be capable of:
a) Display current date & time on control panel
b) Start / stop, change speed depending on time
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16 Energy log
17 Load profile
18 Sequential logic controller
19 Cascade controller for
20 Automatic restart
21 Adjustable ramp time
22 Catching a spinning fan
23 Programmable current limit
24 Start Delay
25 Critical frequency lock out
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c) Time stamp all faults
d) Program maintenance reminders based on time
Function to monitor energy consumption pattern
over programmable hours, days & weeks
Store a load profile to assist in analyzing system
demand and energy consumption
To perform logic functions which has logic
operators, comparators and timer functions.
To control one variable speed motor and 2 fixed
speed multiple motors motors. Software to have full
functionality and not just on/off
To automatically restart on receiving power after a
power failure
To avoid nuisance tripping, automatically adjust the
ramp times.
To have a flying start function to effectively control
an already spinning fan – in both forward and
reverse direction.
Programmable for site / application requirement.
Shall be able to program for trip after an adjustable
time
A programmable start delay shall be provided.
a) Semi automatic setting of lock out range.
b) 4 such lock out ranges to be provided.
VFD Input & Output
1 Digital inputs
2 Digital outputs
3 Relay outputs
At least 4 programmable digital inputs
At least 2 programmable digital outputs
At least 2 programmable relay outputs (Form C 240
V AC, 2A) with adjustable on/off delays.
4 Analog inputs
At least 2 programmable analog inputs,
independently selectable for Voltage (0-10V DC)
or Current (4-20mA) inputs
5 Display of analog signal
The Local Control Panel to display each analog
signal in its engg. units for troubleshooting & setup.
7 Optional I/O modules
Possible to order additional I/Os including DIs,
DOs, ROs, AI, AOs and Ni 1000 / Pt 1000 inputs.
8 Serial com interface for AI/DI Capable of reading the status of all analog and
digital inputs of the VFD through serial bus
communications
9 Serial com interface for AO/DO Capable to command all digital and analog outputs
(including options) through the serial
communication bus
10 Fire over ride mode
On receipt of a digital fire input, override all other
local or remote commands, ignore most normal
safety circuits including motor overload, display
FIREMODE, select forward or reverse operation
and speed source or preset speed.
VFD Serial Communications
1 The VFD shall include a standard EIA-485 communications port and capabilities to
be connected to the following serial communication protocols at no additional cost
and without a need to install any additional hardware or software in the VFD:
a) Metasys N2
b) Modbus RTU
2 VFD shall have standard USB port for direct connection of Personal Computer (PC)
to the VFD. The manufacturer shall provide no-charge PC software to allow complete
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setup and access of the VFD and logs of VFD operation through the USB port. It
shall be possible to communicate to the VFD through this USB port without
interrupting VFD communications to the building management system.
3 The VFD shall have provisions for an optional 24 V DC back-up power interface to
power the VFD’s control card. This is to allow the VFD to continue to communicate
to the building automation system even if power to the VFD is lost.
Technical requirement of Fans
Propeller Fans
The Propeller Fan blades shall be aluminium / pressed steel of aerofoil design for high
fan efficiency and static pressure. Rubber mounts shall be provided between the
mounting frames and brackets. The fan motor shall be totally enclosed type.
Propeller fan shall be direct-driven, three or four blade type, mounted on a steel mounting
plate with orifice ring.
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Mounting Plate shall be of steel construction, square with streamlined venturi inlet
(reversed for supply applications) coated with baked enamel paint. Mounting plate
shall be of standard size, constructed of 12 to 16 gauge sheet steel depending upon the
fan size. Orifice ring shall be correctly formed by spinning or stamping to provide
easy passage of air without turbulence and to direct the air stream.
Fan Blades shall be constructed of aluminium or steel. Fan hub shall be of heavy
welded steel construction with blades bolted to the hub. Fan blades and hub assembly
shall be statically and dynamically balanced at the manufacturer’s works.
Shaft shall be of steel, accurately ground and shall be of ample size for the load
transmitted and shall not pass through first critical speed thru the full range of
specified fan speeds.
Shaft Motor shall be standard (easily replaceable) permanent split capacitor or shaded
pole for small sizes, totally enclosed with pre-lubricated sleeve or ball bearings,
designed for quiet operation with a maximum speed of 1000 rpm for fans 60 cm dia
or larger and 1440 rpm for fans 45 cm dia and smaller. Motors for fans above 0.4 Kw
shall be suitable for 415±10% volts, 50 ±6%cycles 3 phase power supply, and for
smaller fans 0.4Kw and below shall be suitable for 220 ± 6% volts, 50 cycles single
phase power supply. Motors shall be suitable for either horizontal or vertical service
as required.
Accessories - The following accessories shall be provided with propeller fans :
 Wire guard on inlet side and bird screen at the outlet.
 Fixed or gravity louvers built into a steel frame at the outlet.
 Regulator for controlling fan speed for single phase fan motor.
 Single phase preventers for 3 phase fans.
The fan motor should be suitable for IP-54 protection
Axial Fan
The Axial flow fans shall be Tube Axial type fans connected to the duct & shall be of
floor / ceiling / wall mounted type as specified in the data sheet.
The system shall contain following components:
 Casing
 Impeller
 Drive Motor
 Noise and Vibration
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Casing
The cylindrical casing should be made from welded carbon steel sheet. The inlet & outlet
of the casing shall be fitted with flanges for ductwork connection & other accessories as
required. The surface finish shall be Powder coated.
Impeller
The impeller shall have blades of an aerofoil design. Blades shall be mounted on
streamlined hub. The impeller shall be statically and dynamically balanced.
The blade of axial flow fan shall be made of die cast aluminium alloy. The blade angle
shall be set at manufacturing place & shall also have facility to modify later.
The impeller assembly shall be fixed on the shaft by means of a double cone type
expansion bush. The design shall facilitate the alteration of blade angle without
disconnecting the hub from the motor shaft.
Drive Motor
The fan shall be directly driven by TEFC sq. cage induction motor. The fan motors shall
be energy efficient (EFF-1) 415±10% volts 50HZ ± 5%, 3 phase TEFC SQ.Cage
induction motor. The motor shall be specially designed for quiet operation & motor RPM
shall be as given in data sheet.
Drive motor shall be rated at least 15 % higher than the power requirement at duty point
or 10 % higher than the maximum power requirement at selected speed, whichever is
higher. Starting torque requirements of fan shall also be considered while selecting the
motor.
Noise & Vibration
Noise level produced by any rotating equipment individually or collectively shall not
exceed 85 dB (A) measured at a distance of 1.5 metres from the source in any direction.
The overall vibration level shall be as per zones A and B of ISO 10816-1. Balance quality
requirement shall be G 6.3 conforming to ISO 1940/1.
CABINET TYPE FANS
These units shall be of sectionalized construction fabricated from 16 gauge steel sheets,
consisting of fan section, and damper section and filter section if supply air or Fresh air is
required.
For floor mounted arrangement, the fan shall be mounted on G.I. support with antivibration mountings and sit on concrete plinth.
For ceiling mounted arrangement, the fan shall sit on anti-vibration mountings fixed on
steel mounting frame. Threaded suspension rods with lock nuts shall be used for level
adjustment. Anti-vibration mounting shall be selected to cater for different point load of
the fan at four corners.
Fan Section
The fan section shall contain one or more centrifugal fans, the wheels being mounted on a
common shaft and secured by hub assembly. The shaft shall be of lightweight tubular
design. The shaft shall be hot rolled steel or forged steel. Fan wheels and the shaft shall
be statically and dynamically balanced.
The fans shall be of the forward- curved, double inlet, and multiblade type. Fan blades
shall be constructed of aluminium or steel. Fan hub shall be of heavy welded steel
construction with blades bolted to the hub. Fan housing shall be made of die-formed steel
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sheets with lined stream inlets. Fan discharge shall be horizontal or vertical as required.
Bearings shall be sealed – in ball type, self-aligning rubber/steel blocks and located
externally.
Drive Motor
An adjustable mounting base for installing the motor shall be provided either on the side
or top of fan section, as required. Drive to the fan shaft shall be through V-belts. Fan
motor shall be TEFC squirrel cage with class B insulation conforming to IP 44 if fan is
installed indoor; and class F insulation confirming to IP55 if fan is installed outdoor and
as per Motor data sheet. Motor nameplate rating shall exceed Bhp rating including losses
by a minimum of 10%. It shall be mounted on adjustable bracket fixed on the side or top
of the fan section.
The bracket shall be ample size to hold a motor of the next larger size. The fan drive
package shall consist of fan pulley, adjustable motor pulley, V-belts and removable wire
guard. Pulleys shall be multisheaved with matching V-belts of anti static and oil resistant
quality. Belt guard shall be of M.S painted with anti corrosive paint with heavy gauge
wire net and firmly fixed to the fan section.
Unit shall be equipped with full sized damper wherever required of indicated in the
drawings/data sheets. Dampers shall be of multi-leaf, opposed blade, inter locked design
with one manual control point. Damper blades shall be made from 1.5 mm thick sheets
and shall rotate in brass/ nylon bushes.
Filter Section (If required)
Filter section shall be of V-type designed to receive 50 mm thick filters. Filters shall be
cleanable dry metal type and shall be 50 mm thick. Air velocity through filter face shall
not exceed 106 M/min with pressure drops not exceeding 5mm WG. Filters shall fit
snugly to prevent bypass. Filter cells shall be easily removable from access openings
provided on either ends. The section shall have flange attachment to duct work as
required.
Filters of synthetic fabric or other materials, if offered, shall be treated to impart flame
and fire retardant properties and shall be resistant to bacterial and fungal attack.
Filter shall be of min. 90% efficiency down to 10 microns particle size.
Noise and Vibration
Noise level produced by any rotating equipment individually or collectively shall not
exceed 65 dB (A) measured at a distance of 1.5 meters from the source in any direction.
The overall vibration level shall be as per zones A and B of ISO 10816-1.
Electricity
A terminal box suitable for connecting external 3 phase, 4 wire cable shall be provided.
Deviation by Vendor
Vendor shall strictly adhere to the scope of supply. However deviations if any shall be
specifically and separately listed in the offer. In absence of this deviation list shall be
presumed that the vendor’s offer is in full conformity with Buyer’s requirement and there
is no deviation.
General
Vendor shall guarantee the Fans for smooth optimum operation for min.1 requirement)
after handover. Any failure in guarantee period shall be attended by Vendor within 24
hours. Vendor shall provide matrix of resolution time for various breakdowns along with
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offer. Spares, consumables, any other material/ labor and any special tools and tackles
required for rectification of Fans for satisfactory operation during guarantee period shall
be in vendor's scope. Vendor shall provide list of spares along with price to be
maintained by client after the guarantee period is over. This specification is a general
guideline. However, vendor shall have the full responsibility to provide suitable
instrument for measurement and control of the parameters for an optimum continuous
operation.
Test / Inspection
Inspection and testing shall be as per vendor’s standard QAP as commented and
approved Client.
CHILLED WATER PIPING & VALVES
Chilled / Condenser water pipes shall be "Heavy" Class “C” M.S. Black ERW pipes &
shall conform to IS: 1239 & IS: 3589 with latest amendments.
The Wall thickness of pipe sizes less than 150mm as per IS 1239, for 150mm and above
as per IS 3589 shall be as follows
Nominal Pipe Dia in mm
Wall Thickness of Pipe in mm
a) 25
b) 32
c) 40
d) 50
e) 65
f) 80
g) 100
h) 125
i) 150
j) 200
k) 250
l) 300
m) 350
n) 400
o) 450
p) 500
q) 600
r) 700
s) 900
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.50
4.50
4.80
5.40
5.40
5.40
6.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
Drain water / make up water pipes shall be "B" Class GI Pipe & shall conform to IS:
4736. The pipes shall be sized for individual liquid flow & shall ensure smooth noiseless
balanced circulation of fluid.
All piping and their steel supports shall be thoroughly cleaned and primer coated before
installation.
Pipe Fittings (Elbows, Caps, Reducers, Tees)
The pipe fittings for screwed piping shall be malleable iron and for piping with welded
joints shall of weldable quality. Also the fittings shall be suitable for same pressure
ratings as for the piping system.
For BW fittings sizes up to 150 mm material shall be ASTM A 234 WPB & for sizes >
150 mm same as pipe.
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For SW fittings sizes up to 40 mm material shall be ASTM A 105.
All bends up to sizes 150 mm dia shall be ready made of heavy duty wrought steel of
appropriate class.
All bends in sizes 150 mm and above shall be fabricated from the same dia. and thickness
of pipe in at least four sections and having a center in radius of at least 1.5 times diameter
of pipes.
The dead ends shall be formed with flanged joints & shall have 6mm thick blank between
flange pair for 150 mm and over.
Union & Flanges
All flanges shall be of CSA105N/IS-2062 Gr.B material. The dimensional standard shall
be as per ASME B 16.5. The Pressure rating shall be as per ASME B16.5 CL150 (19.6
Bar G at 0 deg temperature) upto 600 mm (24”).
A. Flanges / unions shall be provided on horizontal pressure piping at spacing not
exceeding 18.0 m (60 feet).
B. Grooved mechanical couplings and fasteners shall be used only in accessible
locations.
C. Unions or flanges shall be installed downstream of valves and at equipment or
apparatus connections.
Flanged pair shall be used on all such equipments which are required to be isolated or
removed for service for example condenser / chilled water pumps, chilling m/c, AHU etc.
The gasket material shall be of Spiral wound/ NBR duly reinforced with Armid fibers.
Installation
The contractor on the award of the work shall design the piping installation and prepare
detailed working drawing showing the cross section, longitudinal section, details of
fittings, location of isolating drain and air valves, instruments etc. for approval. Care
shall be taken to provide expansion loops or joints to take care of expansion or
contraction due to temperature changes. Work shall be started only after the drawings
have been approved in writing by the Engineer-in-Charge. Proper additional precautions
shall be taken as directed by Engineer for vibration isolation of piping, passing through
sensitive areas. Piping shall be properly supported or suspended from stands, clamps,
hanger’s etc. as required. The contractor shall adequately design all the racks, saddles,
clamps, hanger’s etc. and be responsible for their structural integrity.
Following procedure to follow for piping installation:
 Install chilled water and equipment drains, and overflow piping in conformance with
ASME B31.9.
 Route piping in orderly manner and maintain gradient. Route parallel and
perpendicular to walls.
 Install piping to maintain headroom and neither interfere with use of space nor take
more space than necessary
 Group piping whenever practical at common elevations
 Install piping to allow for expansion and contraction without stressing pipe, joints, or
connected equipment
 Provide access where valves and other equipment are not exposed.
 All valves shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and
with sufficient clearance and access for ease of operation and maintenance. Install
valves with stems upright or horizontal, not inverted.
 Sleeve and caulk pipes penetrating exterior walls or interior bearing walls. Provide
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penetration fire stop system, when penetrating fire rated barriers (i.e., walls, floors,
etc).
Pipe relief valves to nearest floor drain. Install a union in the piping after each relief
valve.
Slope water piping and provide drain valves at low points
Provide automatic air vents in closed piping systems at high point. Provide isolation
ball valve at inlet connection.
Above Grade Piping: Unless otherwise noted, provide ball valves in piping 2 inches
and smaller, butterfly valves in piping 2 1/2 inches and larger, and gate valves with
standard male capped hose connection, for equipment and drain valves. Provide
globe valves for throttling applications.
Each support will be isolated from supported pipe or fittings by anti-vibration springs or
non-deteriorating and durable lines of rubber or neoprene. The gasket material shall be of
Spiral wound/ NBR full face duly reinforced with Armid fibers.
Pipe supports shall be of steel, adjustable for height and primer coated with rust preventive
paint and two finish coats.
Spacing of pipe supports shall not be more than that specified below:
Nominal Pipe Size (mm)
Spacing (m)
12 and 15
20 and 25
32, 40, 50 and 65
80, 100 and 125
150 and above
1.25
2.00
2.50
2.50
3.00
Extra support shall be provided at the bends and heavy fittings like valves to avoid undue
stresses on the pipes. Pipe hangers shall be fixed on walls and ceiling by means of metallic
or expansion fasteners.
Vertical risers shall be parallel to walls and column lines and shall be straight and plump.
Risers passing from floor to floor shall be supported at each floor by clamp or collars
attached to pipe with a 12 mm thick rubber pad. Risers shall also have suitable elbow or
concrete pipe support at the lowest point.
Pipe sleeves of 50 mm or larger diameter shall be provided wherever pipes pass through
walls and the annular space filled with felt and finished with retaining rings.
All pipes using screwed fittings shall be accurately cut to the required sizes and threaded in
accordance with IS: 554 and burrs removed before lying. Open ends of the piping shall be
blocked to avoid entrance of foreign matter. Wherever reducers are to be made in
horizontal runs, eccentric reducers shall be used. If the piping is to drain freely in other
locations, concentric reducers may be used.
Flanged inspection pieces 1.5 meters long, with bolted flanges on both ends, shall be
provided not more than 30 meter centres, to facilitate future cleaning of all welded pipes.
All buried pipes shall be cleaned and coated with zinc chromate primer and bitumen paint,
then wrapped with three layers of fibreglass felt, each layer laid in bitumen.
All supports, members, any kind of structure works required for installation shall be
included.
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Painting
All ferrous components of the piping system shall be provided with one coat of approved
primer and two coats of paint of approved quality and colour insulated piping and valves
etc. shall also be provided with painting in a similar manner.
Testing of Pressurised Piping
 Pipes shall be jointed, plugged and shall have been in position for at least 24 hours,
before the tests are carried out.
 Piping shall be tested for line, gradient and water tightness. Labour and necessary
testing instruments such as gauges, pumps etc. shall be provided by the Contractor as
directed by the Superintendent. A minimum of two (2) # identical pressure gauges shall
be installed at extremities of the piping circuit to be tested.
 Piping shall be filled with clean fresh water, leaving all high points open to allow for
purging of air.
 System shall be pressure tested using manual pumps in increments of 25 % of the test
pressure. A standing period of 10 minutes shall be allowed after each pressure
increment. Pressure testing using motor driven pump shall not be permitted.
 System shall not be over-pressurised under any circumstance. Calibrated pressure relief
valves shall be installed in the tested circuit, if the test pressure is close to the maximum
permissible working pressure of any of the system components.
 Valves and control devices shall be kept in the open position, during. After completion
of pressure test, valves shall be closed, one at a time, starting from the pressure release
end, so as to ensure tightness of the valve.
 Piping shall be tested with water at a pressure of 103 kPa (150 psig) or 1.5 times the
system working pressure, whichever is greater, but limited to 1,379 kPa (200 psig).
Pressure shall be maintained for at least 4 hours. Temperature of the circuit shall be
recorded along with the pressure readings and pressure fluctuations due to ambient
temperature variations shall be allowed for.
 Joints shall be checked for leaks by swabbing with a dry tissue. Drop in pressure to the
order of 10 kPa (1.5 psig) per hour, but without any visible leaks, shall be considered as
acceptable.
 Chilled / hot water coils and control valves shall not be subjected to the test pressure.
 Piping shall be tested in segments during the progress of the work. An official log book
shall be maintained for recording the tests carried out on sections of piping, including
test pressure, date of test and approval signature of Superintendent's representative
witnessing the test.
Testing for Weld joints will be as per Dye Penetration Test. Equipment, instruments,
services and labour required to perform the test shall be provided by Vendor.
Drains
Drain water / make up water pipes shall be "B" Class GI Pipe & shall conform to IS: 4736.
The drain pipes shall be provided at specified low points in the system. 25 mm dia gate
valve with the same size GI piping upto the nearest drain or floor trap shall be provided for
each drain point. The piping shall be pitched towards the drain points. Air venting valves
shall also be connected to the nearest floor trap/drain through equal sized GI pipe.
Balancing
After completion of the installation, all water system shall be adjusted and balanced to
deliver the water quantities as specified or quoted or as directed.
Instruments required for this water balancing shall be accurately calibrated before taking
any measurements. Calibrated orifices and portable flow meters shall be used to balance
the water flow. Orifices used for testing and balancing shall be installed with straight
length upstream and downstream as recommended by the manufacturer and shall be left
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permanently installed in the system. Water circuit permanently marked after balancing is
completed so that they can be restored to their correct position, if disturbed. Complete
certified balancing report shall be submitted to the Engineer for evaluating and approval.
Upon approval, four copies of the balancing report shall be submitted with completion
drawings and documents.
Protection during Construction
 Ends of piping shall be kept closed with factory manufactured plugs or blind flanges
with integral indicating flags, to prevent the entry of foreign matter, during the progress
of the work. Such plugs or flanges shall be removed on completion of the works.
 Piping surface shall be protected from splashes of cement, plaster, paint and similar
construction materials.
 Piping shall be blown out using dry compressed air, prior to testing.
Valves and Strainer
Butterfly Valves
Butterfly valves shall be of PN 16 rating as per IS 13095 preferably with fixed linear
design to suit duty and flanges as per IS 6392 Table "E". Valves of sizes 32 mm and
above diameter shall be made of cast iron close end body, cast iron epoxy coated disc,
Nitrile Seat and SS 410 Stem with Teflon bush. Valves up to 150mm NB shall be with
detachable hand lever operation whereas valves above 150 mm NB shall have warm gear
operation.
These valves shall be installed in condenser / chilled water lines, make up / drain water
piping lines. All valves shall be supplied with factory test reports and the manufacturer
must have test facilities at their works.
Balancing Valves
The balancing valves shall be capable for measuring, regulating and isolating the flow.
The balancing valves upto 65 mm dia shall be of gunmetal screwed type and 80 mm dia
and above shall be CI double flanged type. All other internals shall be non-corrosive
material preferably of forged brass. The port opening shall permit precise regulation of
flow rate, by accurately measuring the pressure drop across the port. The valve shall be
complete with two ports for connections to a mercury manometer, to measure the
pressure drop, as well as drain port. The spindle shall have a shielded/concealed locking
screw to avoid the tempering of the setting after balancing. The valves must have easily
accessible pressure drop measuring facility. The balancing valve shall have indication of
number of turns on hand wheel preferably digital type. Valve will have flanged/screwed
end connection. The balancing valve shall be used in lieu of butterfly/gate/globe valves
and shall be suitable for working at 16 kg/ cm2 g. working pressure and suitable for
temperature range (-) 5 °C to 100 °C.
Technical Data:Working Pressure
Test Pressure (Body)
Test Pressure (Seat)
Type
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16 Bar
24 Bar
16 Bar
Double Regulating
Material of Construction (Gun Metal upto 80 mm dia.)
Body
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Cast Gun Metal (IS 318 Gr. LTB2)
Bonnet
:
Cast Gun Metal (IS 318 Gr. LTB2)
Hand Wheel
:
Aluminium Alloy / CI
Seat Seal
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Teflon
Spindle
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Brass
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Pressure Test Cocks
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Brass
Drain Cocks
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Brass
End Connection
:
BSP Screwed
Material of Construction (Cast Iron 100 mm dia & above)
Body
Hand Wheel
Upper Disc
Lower Disc
Seat Seal
Bonnet
Stem
Pressure Test Cocks
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:
:
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IS 210 Gr. FG 260
MS / CI FG 220
SS 410
SS 410
EPDM
CIFG 260
SS 410
MS Electro Plated
Check Valves
The dual plate check valves shall be used for horizontal / vertical run of pipes & shall
conform to PN 16 rating . The valve design shall confirm to API 594 and tested as per
ANSI SERIES. The valves shall have cast iron body, and SS 410 plates, SS 410 Shaft &
Nitrile Seat. All valves shall be supplied with factory test reports and the manufacturer
must have test facilities at their works.
Ball Valves
Ball valves shall be of full-port type with stem sealing by bolted packing of glands and
“O” ring seals. The valve body shall be of cast steel. It shall be with extended stem. The
valves shall be suitable for a working pressure of 10 Kg/cm2 (g) and a test pressure of
16 Kg/cm2 (g). The material specifications for the ball valve shall be as given below:
Sr. No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Name of part
Body
Trim
Ball
Seat
Stem
Stem Seal
Body Seal
Gland packing
Lever
Specifications
CS A216-WCB
SS 304
AISI 316
Virgin PTFE
AISI 316
35% Carbon filled PTFE
PTFE
AISI 304
Steel rust proofed
Ball valve shall be selected < 32 mm dia. above 32 mm dia butterfly valve shall be
selected.
Gate Valve
Gate valves shall conform to IS-14846:2000.The Gate valve shall be with non-rising
spindle & bolted bonnet. The valves shall be Manufactured as per IS14846:2000
(superseding IS: 780/IS 2906). The material specifications for the Gate valve shall be as
given below:
1.
2.
3.
4
5.
6
7
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Body
Spindle
Body seat ring &
Wedge
Body Seal
Gland Packing
End connections
CS A216-WCB
SS as per AISI 410
SS as per AISI 410 Disc facing ring
ASTM A216 Gr. WCB +13% Cr. Steel
Graphite
Gland Packing
Below 50 mm-screwed. 50 mm & above
flanged end, to be drilled as ANSI B16.5.
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8.
Pressure rating
PN =1.6 Nn/mm2
9.
Gasket Compressed Asbestos Fibers to IS-2712-1979
10
Hand wheel CI Gr. 200 as per IS 210-1993
Strainers
Strainers shall be of the approved ‘Y’ type for sizes upto 150mm, 200mm and above shall
be of T-type, with C.I. or fabricated steel bodies designed to the test pressure specified.
The Y-strainer shall be fabricated out of MS `Heavy’ class pipe two size higher than that
of strainer pipe size. Flanges as per BS 10 shall be provided at inlet & outlet of
connections. The body shall be pressure tested at 10Kg/Sq. cm and shall be hot dip
galvanized. Permanent magnet shall be provided in the body of the strainer to arrest MS
particles. Filter element shall be of nonmagnetic 20 gauge SS sheet with 3 mm
perforation. Strainer shall be provided at inlet of each AHU & chilled water pumps, Pot
Strainer body shall be fabricated out of MS plate IS 226. Thickness of sheet shall be as
per size of the strainer chamfered pipes with flanges shall be provided at inlet / outlet
connections of the strainer. The tangential entry of water shall create a centrifugal action
and due to velocity shall separate sediments and deposit on the inner surface of filter
element and at bottom of the Strainer. Butterfly valves shall be provided at inlet/ outlet
connections as shown in drawing and included in BOQ. The strainer body shall have two
separate chambers properly sealed to avoid mixing of filtered and unfiltered water. A
powerful magnet shall be provided in the body to arrest MS particles. Filter element of
Pot Strainer shall be of non-magnetic 18 gauge SS sheet properly reinforced to avoid
damage of the element. A cone with sufficiently
large drain pipe with butterfly valve shall be provided at the bottom chamber to flush-out
foreign particles. This arrangement shall avoid frequent opening of Pot Strainer for
cleaning of filter element. Gauge connection shall be provided at inlet and out let
connection.
A set of MS flanges with tongue and groove arrangement and neoprene rubber gasket
shall be provided on the top cover and Pot Strainer flange with sufficient bolts and nuts to
make the joint water tight. Bearing loaded lope cover lifting and swinging arrangement
shall be provided. The pot strainer body shall be properly de-rusted and epoxy coated
from inside and outside. Manufacturers Test Certificate shall be provided with each Pot
Strainer.
Size of various Pot Strainer, Filter Element and Thickness of MS sheet shall be as under.
Pipe Size
Thickness
(mm)
50
80
100
125
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
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Pot Dia
Pot HT
(mm)
300
350
450
500
540
610
800
1000
1190
1350
1518
1690
2000
2200
(mm)
400
450
500
600
700
815
955
1105
1300
1500
1700
1800
2200
2400
Element
Dia.
(mm)
200
250
300
330
360
400
550
750
895
1020
1060
1100
1500
1600
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Element
HT
(mm)
240
250
280
340
390
470
510
580
678
785
890
900
1160
1300
MS Plate
(mm)
6
6
6
8
8
8
8
8
12
12
12
12
12
12
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Installation of Valves
 Valves shall be installed with stem upright or horizontal, not inverted; except with the
written permission of the Superintendent, for each location.
 Valves shall be same size as pipeline, except where shown otherwise on the Contract
Drawings.
 Gate, ball or butterfly valves shall be used for shutoff and to isolate equipment, risers
or branches serving two or more cooling terminals.
 Globe / plug valves shall be used for throttling service. Non-lubricated plug valves
shall be used only when shut-off or isolating valves are also provided.
 Drain valves shall be installed at system low points and at the foot of risers.
 In-line spring loaded check valves shall be installed at the discharge of pumps.
 Valves shall be pad-locked in open or closed position with leather straps, as required.
 Appropriate valve gland packing, sealing and gasket materials shall be selected for
the temperature and pressure encountered.
Delivery, Storage and Handling
 Products shall be delivered to site, stored and protected under provisions of the
Technical Specifications.
 Pipes shall be stored on elevated racks and the ends kept closed with factorymanufactured plugs to prevent the entry of foreign matter.
 Plastic and rubber products shall be stored out of direct sunlight.
 Valves shall be delivered and stored in shipping containers with labelling in place.
Further:
 1. Plug and ball valves shall be kept in open position and gate / globe valves in closed
position to prevent damage to valve seats
 Flange / thread protectors shall be retained on the valves, until installation, to prevent
damage to the flange faces / threads
Pressure gauge
Pressure gauges of 100 mm dial with ‘U’ tube & gauge cock shall be provided at the
following locations:
a. All pumps-suction & discharge.
b. Equipment inlet & outlet.
c. ‘U’ tube shall be of brass with chromium plate. Pressure gauges shall conform to IS:
3624.
Thermometer
Dial type thermometer min. 100 mm shall be provided at the inlet and outlet of all heat
exchangers as specified to measure water entering and leaving temperatures. The
thermometers shall be installed in thermo-wells. Thermometer shall be of appropriate
range and shall be calibrated before installation. Thermometers for insulated piping shall
be installed in extended thermo-wells to avoid damage or deformation of the insulation.
Wherever, specified dial type thermometer shall be provided.
Air Venting
Air vents shall be provided at the top most point of piping system for air venting. A ball
valve shall be provided for air vents for air release. The sizes of air release shall be as
specified hereunder. All such valves will be measured and paid.
Mains
Air release valve
Upto 100 mm
20 mm
125 and above
25 mm
However, wherever automatic air venting device is specified, the size of auto air vent shall
be as per manufacturer’s recommendations.
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Insulation
General
CHILLED WATER & CONDENSATE DRAIN PIPING THERMAL INSULATION
The material shall be thermocole pipe section (TF Quality) of requisite thickness as
specified in the B.O.Q. The thickness shall be 25 mm for drain piping and 50 mm for the
chilled water circulation pipes.
APPLICATION
For over ground laying following steps to be followed:
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
v)
Clean the surface thoroughly with wire brush and make it free from dirt, oil. Grease
and other foreign material.
Apply one coat of bitumen based adhesive and allow it for drying for 15-20 minutes.
Once the adhesive is dry but sticky to touch, apply the pipe section.
Press the insulation section tightly over the entire’ surface to make stronger bond
between the pipe and insulation.
Apply sealant in the jointing section. Apply vapour barrier on the outer surface of the
insulation material.
Wrap the surface with chicken wire mesh and finish the surface by sand cement
plaster having a mixing ratio of sand to cement as 4:1 (min).
For underground piping insulation follow the above steps from (i) to (iv) including
one additional step:
Apply tarfelt /fiberglass tissue with semi hot bitumen 85/25 or 95/10 grade. Overlap
joints (75 mm) with semi hot bitumen uniformly. Apply a coat of hot bitumen @ 1.8
kg/m2 (approx.) over tar felting.
For condensate drain piping above procedure shall be followed.
For valves, fittings etc. in the chilled water line, same thickness as specified earlier
for pipe run shall be followed.
TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS OF AIR SIDE
Sheet Metal Works Scope
The scope of this section comprises supply, fabrication, installation and testing of all
sheet metal ducts.
a. Governing Standards
Unless otherwise specified here, the construction, erection, testing and performance
of the ducting system shall conform to the
b. Raw Material
Ducting
All ducting shall be fabricated of LFQ (Lock Forming Quality) grade prime G.I. raw
material furnished with accompanying Mill Test Certificates.
Galvanizing shall be of 180gms/sq.m. (total coating on both sides)
In addition, if deemed necessary, samples of raw material, selected at random by owner’s
site representative/consultant representative shall be subject to approval and tested for
thickness and zinc coating at contractor’s expense (from a competent test laboratory like
NPL or equivalent) time to time.
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The G.I. raw material should be used in coil-form (instead of sheets) so as to limits the
longitudinal joints at the edges only irrespective of cross-section dimensions.
Duct Connectors and Accessories
All transverse duct connectors (flanges/frame/Bracing/cleats) and accessories/related
hardware shall be zinc-coated (galvanised).
Fabrication Standards
The duct work shall be fabricated out of galvanized sheet, class VIII conforming to IS
277-1962 (revised). The fabrication of duct shall strictly conform to IS 655- 1963. The
thickness of the sheet shall be as follows.
Maximum
side mm
1
Up to 300
Thickness of
Type of transverse joint
sheet mm
connections
2
3
0.63
S drive, pocket or None bar
slips, on 2.5 m centre S drive,
pocket or bar slips on 2.5m
centre.
301 to 600
0.63
S drive, 25 mm pocket or 25 mm
601 to 750
bar slips on 2.5 m centre drive,
25 mm bar slips on 2.5 m centre.
751 to 1000
0.80
40 x 40 mm angle connection or
40 mm pocket or 40 mm bar
slips on 2.5 m centre.
1001 to 1500 0.80
50 mm bar slip, with 35 x 3 mm
bar reinforcing on 2.5m centre
1501 to 2250 1.00
40 x 40 mm angle connections
or 40 mm pocket or 40 mm bar
slips, 1m maximum centre with
35 x 3 mm bar reinforcing.
2251
and 1.25
50 x 50 mm angle connections
above
or 40 mm pocket or 40 mm bar
slips.
1m maximum centre with 35 x 3
mm bar reinforcing.
Bracing (if any)
4
None
25 x
angle
joint
40 x
angle
joint.
-do-
25 x 3 mm
1.2m from
40 x 3 mm
1.2m From
40 x 40 x 3 mm
angle 60 cm from
joint.
40 x 40 x 3 mm
angle
40 x 40 3 mm
angle 50 cm from
joint.
Ducts 2250 mm and larger require special field study for hanging and supporting
methods.
The following points should be also taken into account while fabrication of ducts.
All ducts shall be supported from the ceiling/slab by means of MS rods of dia. 9 mm with
MS angle at the bottom. The ducts may be suspended from the ceiling with the help of
dash fasteners. Provision of necessary supports with materials shall be arranged by the
Contractor.
The rubber gasket shall be installed between duct flanges in all connections and joints.
The duct work can be modified in consultation with the Consultant to suit actual site
conditions in the building.
All flanges and supports should be primer coated on all surface before erection and
painted with aluminium paint thereafter.
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Note
In case angle iron supports are not feasible to be installed for supporting of the ducts,
where limitation of suitable height of the false ceiling is not available then the Contractor
shall support the ducts with MS flats of atleast double the thickness of the angle iron
supports as specified in ISI standards. Also slip joints may be provided instead of flange
type joints. No additional charges on these accounts shall be payable to the Contractor.
Duct Construction
The fabricated duct dimensions should be as per approved drawings and all connecting
sections are dimensionally matched to avoid any gaps.
Duct Construction shall be in compliance with relevant static norms as per IS-655
Documentation & Measurement for Ducting
All ducts fabricated and installed should be accompanied and supported by following
documentation:
For each drawing, all supply of ductwork must be accompanied by computer-generated
detailed bill of materials indicating all relevant duct sizes, dimensions and quantities. In
addition, summary sheets are also to be provided showing duct area by gauge and duct
size range as applicable.
Measurement sheet covering each fabricated duct piece showing dimensions and external
surface area along with summary of external surface area of duct gauge-wise shall be
provided by vendor.
All duct pieces to have a part number, which should correspond to the serial number,
assigned to it in the measurement sheet. The above system will ensure speedy and proper
site measurement, verification and approvals.
Testing
The complete duct system shall be tested for air leakage & complete air distribution
system shall be balanced in accordance with air quantities indicated on the approved
drawings
Dampers
Dampers shall be opposed blade type. Blades shall be made of double skin airfoil
extruded aluminium sections with integral gasket and assembled within a rigid extruded
aluminium alloy frame. All linkages and supporting spindles shall be made of aluminium
or nylon, turning in teflon bushes. In case of automatic dampers, sealed ball bearings
shall be provided, in place of teflon bushes. Manual dampers shall be provided with a
bakelite knob for locking the damper blades in position.
The dampers shall be low leakage airfoil having frame of 125 x 25 x 3mm thick extruded
Aluminium sections and blades 160mm wide, minimum. 1.2mm thick extruded
aluminium airfoil. The linkage shall be plated steel blade brackets, brass rollers and
galvanised steel rods. Neoprene Rubbers Seals at tips of blades shall be provided. Stops
shall be aluminium at head and sill. The motorised dampers shall be provided with
motors and electrical wiring as required. Every damper shall have an indicating device
clearly showing the damper position at all times. Low leakage dampers shall be tested at
100mm water gauge pressure and shall not exceed 1.5% of the maximum design air
volume flow rate at the maximum design air total pressure.
All supply air outlets shall be fitted with a volume control device, which shall be located
immediately behind the outlet and shall be fully adjustable from above the false ceiling.
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Volume control device for circular outlets shall be opposed blade radial dampers in
conjunction with equalising grid. Opposed blade dampers shall be used for square and
rectangular ceiling/ wall outlets and intakes.
VCDs shall be fabricated of minimum 18 G GSS or AL and shall be of robust
construction. VCDs shall be of single blade type for round duct and opposed blade type
for rectangular duct. VCDs shall have a locking device mounted outside the duct to hold
the VCDs in a fixed position without vibration. Fully open and fully closed position shall
be marked for easier operation of VCDs.
Motor operated VCDs shall be provided, if specified. Actuator for dampers shall develop
sufficient torque for easy operation of VCDs.
VCDs shall be provided with Teflon or brass bushing for blade shaft as specified in data
sheet A. Motor operated VCDs shall be provided with Teflon bushing or brass bushing or
sealed ball bearing for blade shaft.
Fire Dampers
All supply & return air ducts in air handling units in main branches shall be provided
with approved fire dampers of at least 90 minutes fire rating. All crossing of Fire rated
walls fire dampers are provided at plant room crossings and at all floor crossings. Fire
damper blades shall be one piece folded high strength galvanized steel construction. In
normal position, these blades shall be gathered and stacked at the frame head providing
maximum air passage and preventing passing air current from creating noise chatter. The
blades shall be held in position through fusible links (UL certified).
In case of fire, the intrinsic energy of the folded blades shall be utilised to close the
openings. The thrust from closing of the damper shall operate a limit switch mounted in
the bottom frame of fire damper within the duct; closing of this limit switch shall shut off
the power supply to the air handling unit stopping all air flow instantaneously. No hinges
or blade linkages shall be permitted which may give way under heat or air pressure.
Fire damper blades and outer frames shall be of 16 G GSS or AL construction. The
damper blades shall be pivoted on both ends using chrome plated spindles in self
lubricated bronze bushes. Stop shall be provided on top and bottom of damper housing
made of 16 G GSS or AL. For preventing smoke leakage, side metallic compression
seals shall be provided.
Fire damper shall be provided with factory fitted sleeves. Access doors shall be provided
within the duct in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendation.
Fire dampers shall be flanged both sides and access panels shall be provided in the
ducting at each fire damper on the upstream side.
The open or closed status of the damper shall be clearly indicated outside the casing for
inspection purpose.
Dampers shall be sized so that the nominal free air area when in the open position is not
less than the connected duct free air area.
Dampers shall be installed so as to form part of a continuous barrier to passage of fire
when in a closed position. Where a fire damper cannot be fitted immediately adjacent to
the firewall, the section of ducting between damper and wall shall be of at least the same
metal thickness and fire rating as the damper casing.
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Dampers shall be self-supporting in case of duct destruction due to heat. Care shall be
exercised that the frame be set so that the closing device will be accessible.
Suitable hand openings with tightly fitted covers shall be provided to make dampers
accessible for inspection and maintenance.
Damper and its actuator shall also have a UL555S elevated temperature rating of
350deg.F. Electric Actuator of suitable Torque shall be factory mounted and tested. The
actuator shall be suitable for 24V supply. Each fire/smoke damper shall be equipped with
a controlled closure quick detect heat actuated release device to prevent the instantaneous
closure of the damper associated with spring loaded fusible link. The electronic heat
detector shall be equipped with a device to indicate OPEN and CLOSE position of
Damper blades through a suitable linkage attached to the damper blades. Reset button and
Test button to check damper operation will be part of this accessory. Minimum 2 Nos. of
fusible link shall be tested at site.
Motorized Combined Smoke & Fire Dampers - Spring Return Type
a) All supply air Ducts in AHU room crossing shall be provided with approved make
fire and smoke dampers of at least 90 minutes fire rating certified by CBRI, Roorkee
as per UL555:1973.
b) The fire damper blades & outer frame shall be formed of 1.6 mm galvanized steel
sheet. The damper blade shall be pivoted on both ends using chrome-plated spindles
in self-lubricating bushes. Stop seals shall be provided on top & bottom of the damper
housing made of 16G Galvanized steel sheet. For preventing smoke leakage side seals
will be provided. In normal operating conditions damper blade shall be held in open
position with the help of a 24 V operated electric actuators thereby providing
maximum air passage without creating any noise or chatter.
c) The damper shall be actuated through electric actuator. The actuator shall be
energized with the help of a signal from smoke detector installed in AHU Room / R.
A. Duct. The fire damper shall close due to temperature rise in S. A. Ducts through
the electric temperature sensor, which is factory set at 165 °F.
d) Each motorized smoke cum fire damper shall have its own panel which will
incorporate necessary circuit required to step down voltage available from UPS or
emergency power supply to show status of the damper (open or close), to allow
remote testing of damper, indication in event of damper closure due to signal from
smoke sensor / temp. sensor & reset button. Additional terminal will be provided to
have audio cum video signal in Central Control Room.
e) Damper actuator shall be such that it should close the damper in the event of power
failure automatically and open in the same in case of Power being restored.
f) The fire Damper shall be mounted in fire rated wall with a duct sleeve 600 MM long.
The sleeve shall be factory fitted on fire damper. The joints at sleeve end shall be slip
on type. Minimum thickness of GI Sheet shall be 18G.
g) The damper shall be installed in accordance with the installation method
recommended by the manufacturer.
Motorized Fire damper shall be supplied with a control panel to be mounted on the wall
near the damper with following functions;
 24V power supply to Damper actuator using 230V 1Ph. 50Hz.A.C supply
 To activate Damper actuator based on signal from Central Fire control Panel/Duct
mounted smoke detector.
 To indicate damper status Close/Open.
 To provide auxiliary contacts to stop AHU fan motor in event of closure of damper.
 To provide auxiliary 24V contacts for remote Damper status indication.
 Interconnecting wiring between Control panel and damper actuator shall be done by
HVAC contractor in accordance with Manufacturer recommendations.
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Supply and Return Air Grills (SAG & RAG) and Ceiling Diffusers
For conventional HVAC system rectangular wall outlets or ceiling diffusers shall have a
flanged frame with the outside edge returned or curved and fitted with a suitable flexible
neoprene gasket between the concealed face of the flange and the finished wall
face/ceiling. The core of supply air register shall have adjustable from louvers parallel to
the longer dimension to give upto 22.5 vertical deflection and adjustable back louvers
parallel to the shorter dimension to achieve a horizontal spread air pattern of at least 45.
Return air of lines shall have only front louvers. The outer framework of the grilles shall
be made of not less than 1.25 mm steel sheet or 1.67 mm aluminium sheet. The louvers
shall be 0.64/0-80 mm aluminium sheet. Louvers may be spaced at 18 mm or as advised
by the Engineer. Size of louvers will be selected for achieving desired air movement &
air throw keeping room circulation factors in mind.
The supply and return air grills and ceiling diffusers shall be made of powder coated
extruded aluminium sections. The supply air grills / diffusers shall be provided with screw
operated opposed blade volume control device made of MS duly black painted. All grills /
diffusers shall have soft continuous rubber / foam gasket between the periphery of the grills
/ diffusers and surface on which it has to be mounted Grills and diffusers constructed or
extruded aluminium sections shall have grille bays set straight, or deflected 15 or 30 or
as required. These shall be assembled by mechanical interlocking of components to
prevent distortion. These grills and diffusers shall have a rear set of adjustable bars,
perpendicular to face bars for deflection purposes.
Linear Supply and Return Grills
The linear continuous supply / return air grills shall be made of powder coated extruded
AL construction with fixed horizontal bars. The thickness of fixed bar louvers shall be
5mm in front and the flange shall be 20mm wide with round edges. The register shall be
suitable for concealed fixing and horizontal bars of the grills shall mechanically crimp
from the back to hold them.
Diffusers
Diffusers shall be square, round or rectangular with faceplates matching the ceiling grid as
specified, manufactured from pressed or spun steel or aluminium sheet metal.
The square / rectangular ceiling diffusers shall be made of powder coated extruded
aluminium construction with flush fixed pattern. The diffusers shall have Anti-Smudge
ring and spring loaded removable central core in various pattern for air flow direction.
The diffusers shall be mounted by concealed screw fixing arrangement.
Ceiling diffuser shall be equipped with fixed air distribution grids, removable key
operated volume control dampers and anti-smudge rings. The extruded aluminium or SS
304 diffusers shall be provided with removable central core and concealed key operation
for volume control damper.
Linear diffusers shall be of extruded aluminium construction.
The Jet type Round Diffusers shall be of adjustable, powder coated extruded AL
construction with , colour & other parameters shall as per approved by Project In-charge.
Testing & balancing
After installation of the entire air distribution system is completed in all respects, all
ducts shall be tested for air leaks (as per specified standard) prior to insulation
application.
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Before painting the interiors of conditioned spaces, air distribution system shall be
allowed to run continuously for 48 hours for driving away any dust or foreign material
lodged within ducts during installation. The entire air distribution system shall be
balanced using pitot tube or hot wire, flow hood method. Measured air quantities at fan
discharge and various outlets shall be identical to or less than 3 percent in excess of,
those specified and quoted. Leakage in each air distribution system shall be within 3
percent, so that supply air volume at each fan shall be identical to, or no greater than 3
percent in excess of the total air quantity measured at all supply outlets served by the fan.
Branch duct adjustments shall be made by volume or splitter dampers. Dampers shall be
permanently marked after air balancing is completed so that these can be restored to their
correct position if disturbed at any time. Complete air balance report shall be submitted
to the supervisor for scrutiny and approval and four copies of the approved balancing
report shall be provided with completion documents.
Test / Inspection
Inspection and testing shall be as per vendor’s standard QAP/Test certificate as
commented and approved by Client.
INSULATION
Insulation of Duct
SCOPE
This section deals with the supply, application, testing of insulation both thermal and
acoustic to be applied in duct, pipes as well as underdeck of the exposed roof. All the
materials shall conform to relevant National/ International Standard. The material shall
also be tested from Govt. Laboratory for thermal conductivity as well as for fire
retardency.
DUCT THERMAL INSULATION (ALUMINIUM FACED)
The material shall be fibre glass. The minimum density of the material shall be 32 kg/m3
and thermal conductivity at 10°C mean temperature shall not be less than 0.030 W/M2K.
The material shall be thermally stable (at least upto 100°C). The material shall conform
to the following:
Moisture content
Water Absorption
Shot content
Fire behaviour
Thermal stability
Mould Growth
Recovery after compression
Less than 2% / in accordance with IS3144/BS2972
As above
Nil/ in line with IS 3144/BS2972
Self extinguishing & non-dripping
No distortion or cracks upto at least 100°C
Conforming to IS3144
More than 95%/ conforming to IS8183/BS3958 Part5
The insulation thickness for duct under various conditions are furnished below which
shall be adhered to by the tenderer:
Condition
a)
b)
c)
d)
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Thickness of fibreglass insulation
(Except Audi)
Supply duct insulation when return air is being
25mm
taken through the false ceiling
Supply air duct insulation when R.A. is taken
50mm
through duct
Return air duct
25mm
Return air duct when taken through non-air
50mm
conditioned area but inside bldg.
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e) Return air duct when taken through non-air
conditioned space but outside bldg.
Condition
a) Supply duct insulation when return air is being
taken through the false ceiling
b) Supply duct acoustic insulation with Glass wool
rigid board.
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50mm
Thickness of fibreglass
insulation (Audi)
19mm
25mm
APPLICATION
a)
Duct surface to be cleaned thoroughly.
b)
Apply two coats of adhesive as recommended by the manufacturer.
c)
Fix fibre glass insulation material of desired thickness.
d)
Fix self-adhesive aluminium tape of 50 mm width, on all longitudinal
and transverse joints.
e)
Fix PVC strap of 19 mm width at every 300 mm center to center distance along
the length of the duct.
i. Measurement of surface dimensions shall be taken properly to cut closed cell
elastomeric rubbers sheets to size with sufficient allowance in dimension.
i. Material shall be fitted under compression and no stretching of material shall be
allowed.
ii. A thin film of adhesive shall be applied on the back of the insulating material
sheet and then on to the metal surface.
iii. When adhesive is tack dry, insulating material sheet shall be placed in position
and pressed firmly to achieve a good bond.
iv. All longitudinal and transverse joints shall be sealed as per manufacturer
recommendations.
v. Fix self-adhesive aluminum tape of 100 mm width on all longitudinal / transverse
joints.
vi. Finally fix PVC straps of 19mm width at every 300mm centre to centre.

Acoustic Insulation:
DUCT ACOUSTIC
The material to be used for duct lining shall be 12 mm thick fibre glass rigid board of
density 48 Kg/m³ & covered with 26gauge thick perforated aluminum sheet. The lining
of initial length of the duct shall be done as shown in the tender layout drawings & shall
be carried out as follows:
a. Clean the duct piece thoroughly
b. To apply two coats of CRPX compound.
c. Fix the fiber glass of suitable thickness & cover with fiber glass tissue paper.
d. Cover the insulation board with 0.5mm thick perforated aluminium sheet with at least
20% to 25% perforations
e. Secure the aluminum sheet with GI frame work with cadmium coated self taping
screws with washers
AHU ROOMThe wall and Ceiling of all AHU rooms shall be acoustically treated as follows:a) A framework of GI shall be fastened to the walls / ceiling.
b) A bit mastic adhesive to be applied on the surface.
c) 50 mm thick resin bounded fiberglass mats be stuck on the surface.
d) RP Tissue paper to be provided above the fiberglass.
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e) 30 G perforated aluminum sheets with 2.5 mm dia holes at staggered centers to be
fixed by GI screws and washers to the angle iron framework.

Under deck Insulation
Under deck Insulation with Extruded Polystyrene with Overlap Edge
Ceiling of exposed roof shall be provided with under deck insulation as per following
specifications & as specified in the Schedule of Quantities.
a) Clean the surface & apply the adhesive on it.
b) Fix 50 mm Extruded Polystyrene with Overlap Edge of density 32 Kg/CMT with the
help of adhesive.
c) Apply adhesive between all longitudinal and transverse joints of Extruded
Polystyrene.
d) Fix the Extruded Polystyrene finally with the help of rawl plug & dash fasteners in
ceiling.
RECTANGULAR DUCT SILENCERS (SOUND ATTENUATOR)
GENERAL
a) Rectangular straight, elbow and circular silencers. Silencer inlet and outlet connection
dimensions shall be equal to the duct sizes.
b) Warranty Period: 1 year from date of shipment.
MATERIALS
a) Rectangular Straight Silencers: Outer casings of standard rectangular straight silencers
shall be made of not less than 22 gauge; lock former quality galvanized steel, Type G90
[or 316/304 stainless steel, aluminum].
b) Rectangular Elbow Silencers: Outer casings of standard rectangular elbow silencers shall
be made of not less than 22 gauge; lock form quality Type G90 galvanized steel [or
316/304 stainless steel, aluminum]. All internal baffles shall be internally radiused and
aerodynamically designed to introduce an efficient air-stream configuration.
c) Rectangular Transitional Silencers: Outer casings of rectangular transitional silencers
shall be made of not less than 22 gauge; lock form quality Type G90 galvanized steel [or
316/304 stainless steel, aluminum]. All internal baffles shall be internally transitioning
along the length of the straight silencer or centerline length of an elbow silencer.
d) Rectangular Straight Reactive Silencers: rectangular straight reactive silencers shall be
made of 22 gauge; lock form quality Type G90 galvanized steel [or 316/304 stainless
steel, aluminum] and contain no acoustic media of any kind. Attenuation shall be
achieved by with controlled impedance membranes and tuned resonators.
e) Interior baffles and bullet for standard rectangular straight, rectangular elbow and circular
silencers shall be made of not less than 22 gauge and properly stiffened to ensure
structural integrity; lock form quality, perforated steel, galvanized steel, Type G90 [or
316/304 stainless steel, aluminum].
f) Interior baffles for rectangular reactive straight silencers shall be made of not less than 24
gauge and properly stiffened to ensure structural integrity; lock form quality, mircoperforated, Type G90 galvanized steel [or 316/304 stainless steel, aluminum].
g) Acoustically absorptive fill except for reactive (packless) silencers shall be inorganic
glass fiber of a proper density to obtain the specified acoustic performance and be packed
under not less than 5% compression to eliminate voids due to vibration and settling.
Material shall be inert, vermin and moisture proof and impart no odor to the airstream.
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CONSTRUCTION
a) Sound attenuating units shall not fail structurally when subjected to an internal static
pressure of ± 8 inches water gauge. Airtight construction shall be provided by use of a
duct sealing compound; material and labor furnished by the installing contractor (option:
factory applied).
b) Width and height of rectangular straight and elbow silencer casings shall match duct
dimensions. Upstream and downstream transitions are not allowed.
ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE
a) All silencer ratings shall be determined in a duct-to-reverberant room independent,
nationally recognized, NVLAP accredited laboratory that provides for airflow in one
direction and sound in both directions through the test silencer in accordance with ASTM
Specification E-477. The test set-up and procedure shall be such that all effects due to
end reflection, directivity, and flanking transmission standing waves and test chamber
sound absorption are eliminated.
b) Acoustic rating shall include dynamic insertion loss (DIL) and generate noise levels
(GNL) both for forward flow (air and noise in same direction) and reverse flow (air and
noise in opposite directions) with no airflow and, minimum, three additional airflow
rates. Acoustic ratings shall also include the effects of using Tedlar® and acoustic spacer
liner.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR ELECTRICAL ITEMS
Electrical Motors
Scope of Work
The scope of this section comprises the supply, installation, testing &commissioning of
all types of motors used for HVAC Units conforming to these specifications and in
accordance with Schedule of Quantities. The motor installation, wiring & its control shall
be carried out in accordance with the specifications as detailed below.
Motors
The motor shall be of the following design and should run at all loads without any
appreciable noise or hum.
Totally enclosed fan cooled Sq. Cage.
Enclosure and type of motor shall depend upon duty and usage unless otherwise
specified.
a) The winding of motors shall be class ‘B’ insulation and suitable for local conditions.
The insulation of motors shall confirm to IS: 325/1978.
b) All motors shall comply with IS:325, IEC-34.1 or BS – 2313, IEC-72.1 for foot
mounted motors.
c) The rating of the motor shall be as indicated in the Schedule of Quantities. The
motors shall be selected on the basis of ambient temperatures and allowable
maximum temperature rise.
d) Motor above 1HP shall be three phase unless otherwise specified.
e) All motors shall be rated for continuous duty as per IS: 325. Motor shall be suitable
for operation on 415 volts ± 10% volts, 50 ± 5% Hz three phase AC supply (or 230
± 10% volts, 50 ± 5% Hz for single phase AC supply).
f) Motors shall be provided with cable box to receive Aluminum conductors, PVC
insulated, PVC sheathed and armored cables.
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g) All motors shall be provided with combination of ‘Ball and Roller Bearing’. Suitable
grease nipples for regressing the bearing shall be provided.
Installation of Motors
a) The motor and drive machine shall be fixed on slide rails to facilitate belt and other
adjustments.
b) Vibration isolation arrangement shall be provided.
c) The installation of motor shall be carried out as per IS:900.
d) The motor with driving equipment shall be mounted on foundation and connected to
each other with flexible coupling with guard in condenser & chilled water pumps.
e) All motor shall be wired as per specifications. Earthing of motor frame shall be done
with GI strips as specified in ‘Schedule of Quantities’.
f) All motors shall be tested at manufacturer’s works as per I.S. standard and test
certificates shall be furnished.
g) All motors after AC contractor shall test installation at site for vibrations, heating and
electrical insulation resistance
Motor Control Centre, Ventilation Sub Panel, Power & Control Cabling, Earthing
etc.
Scope of Work
The scope of this section comprises the supply, installation, testing & commissioning of
Motor Control Centre, Ventilation Panels, AHU Sub Panel, power / control cabling &
earthing work shall be carried out as per the specification given below and in accordance
with Schedule of Quantities. All work shall confirm to Indian Electricity Act (amended
up to date), I.S. code of practices, local rules and regulations etc. The codes & standard to
be followed shall be as given below:•
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BIS 13947 (Part 4) - AC contactors up to 1000V
BIS 13947 - AC Circuit Breakers
BIS 2705 - Current Transformers
BIS 3156 & 4146 - Potential Transformers
BIS 4064 - Air break switches for voltage not exceeding 1000V
BIS 13947 - Control switches
BIS 1822 - Motor duty Switches
BIS 12021 - Specification for control transformer
BIS 8623 - Factory built assembly of switchgear & control gear
BIS 13947 (Part I) - Degree of protection for enclosure
BIS 3842 - Specification for electrical relays for AC system
BIS 13707 - Specification for HRC fuses
BIS 5082 - Wrought Al. and Aluminium alloys, bars, rods, tube and sections for
electrical purposes
BIS 13947 (Part 1) - General requirement for switchgear & control gear for voltage
not exceeding 1000V
BIS 3231 - Electrical relays for power system protection
Motor Control Centre / Ventilation Sub-Panel
Motor control centre shall be floor mounted extendable type & Ventilation subpanel shall
be wall mounted type. The sheet steel (CRCA) used for fabrication shall be of 2.0mm for
load bearing members and 1.6mm for non-load bearing members. The panels shall be
supplied with required base channels. These panels shall be cubical sectionalized type,
totally enclosed dust & vermin proof. Gaskets shall be provided in all joints to prevent
dust to reach the internals of the panels to make it completely dust proof. The degree of
protections for panels shall be IP 52 for indoor applications and IP 65 for outdoor
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applications as per IS:2147. These panel (MV) shall be suitable for voltages up to 500
volts, three phase 50 Hz, 4 wire supply capable of functioning satisfactorily in
temperature ranging up to 45 to 50 degree centigrade and rupturing capacity suitable for
connected load & design should be type tested for 42 KA fault level. All joints of panels
shall be welded and braced as necessary to provide a rigid support for all components.
The base channel provided in the floor mounted MV panel shall be 100mm x 50mm x
6mm & a clear space of 200mm between the floor and the bottom most part of the unit
shall be provided. The panel shall be correctly positioned. Self- threading screws shall
not be used in the construction of control panels. Appropriate knock-out holes of proper
sizes shall be provided for incoming and outgoing cables. The facility for bottom or top
entry of cables in the panels shall be provided. Necessary cables clamps shall provided
for holding the cables in position. All power/control wiring inside the panel shall be
colour coded and control wiring ferruled for identification purpose. All labeling shall be
provided in engraved anodized aluminum strips on the front face of the panel. Each
circuit breaker shall be housed in separate compartments. It shall have steel sheets on top
and bottom of compartment. The steel sheet hinged door shall be interlocked with the
circuit breaker on the “ON” position. When the breaker is on the “ON” position, suitable
preventive measures shall be provided, such as interlocks, to prevent the breaker from
being drawn out. When the breaker is in “ON” position steel sheet shall be provided
between the tiers in the vertical section. The door of this compartment shall not form part
of the draw out arrangements.
Bus-Bars
The bus-bar and its connections shall be aluminum Electrolytic grade E-91 as per IS:
5082 and shall be of rectangular section. These should be suitable for full load current for
phase bus-bar and neutral bus-bar shall be of half rated current capacity. The bus-bar
should have provision on either side for extension. The bus-bar should be sleeved with
colour coded heat shrinkable PVC sleeve. Bus-bar supports shall be of fibre glass
reinforced thermosetting polyester having in built and tracking barriers to break the path
of conducting dust through moulded ribs. In panels bus-bar connections shall be done by
drilling holes with cadmium coated bolts and nuts. Extra cross section shall be provided
to compensate drilling of the holes. Insulated aluminum strips of suitable size of full rated
current capacity shall be used for interconnecting bus-bar and breaker. A horizontal /
vertical wire way shall be provided for interconnecting control wiring between different
vertical sections. The terminal blocks shall be used for outgoing terminals and neutral
link at a suitable located place in the control panel. Separate compartments for outgoing
and incoming cable shall be provided. The current transformers of all instruments shall be
mounted with terminal blocks .All live parts including incoming and outgoing link /
terminals should be totally shrouded by means of non hygroscopic and fire retardant
material.
Air Circuit Breakers
The circuit breaker shall be capable of making and breaking the specified fault currents
without straining or damaging any part of the switchgear. The breakers shall be air break,
motorized / manually operated as specified in BOQ and draw out type. All feeders of
rating 800A and above shall be ACB and of fully draw out type. The circuit breaker shall
be stored energy closing type, manual/electrically operated with tripping mechanism. The
circuit breaker shall be provided with 4 NO + 4 NC of auxiliary potential free contacts
required for indication, control, interlocking and other purposes. All contacts shall be
wired to a terminal block. Circuit breakers with stored energy closing mechanism shall be
capable of making the rated short-circuit current, when the stored energy is suitably
charged by a spring. It shall also be capable of closing on no-load without suffering
undue mechanical deterioration. The maximum make- time shall also not be exceeded.
The direction of motion of the handle, for manual spring charging shall be marked. A
device indicating when the spring is charged fully shall also be provided. Motors and
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their electrically operated auxiliary equipment for charging a spring shall operate
satisfactorily between 85% and 110% of the rated supply voltage. The breaker operating
mechanism should store energy for O-C-O operation and shall not, in any case, get stuck
in closed position during this cycle. After failure of power supply to the motor, at least
one open close-open operation of the circuit breaker shall be possible. The breaker
operating mechanism shall be electrically and mechanically trip-free in all positions. All
ACBs shall be provided with microprocessor based trip unit for protection against
overload, short circuit and earth faults. The releases shall be communicable to other
systems on an open communication protocol. The Communication Port shall be provided
in front/back. The circuit breakers shall be suitable for locking in fully isolated condition.
Following interlocks and features shall be provided so that
a) Truck can be moved within panel only when CB is off.
b) CB can be closed only when the test (or) service limit switches permits.
c) Breaker compartment door cannot be opened when the CB is in Service/test position.
d) Breaker cannot be put in to service position with compartment door open.
e) Earth slide beyond the test position till trolley is drawn out. Closing and tripping coil
shall operate satisfactorily under the following conditions of supply voltage variation:
a) Closing coils – 85% to 110% of rated voltage.
b) Trip coils – 70% to 110% of rated voltage
Moulded Case Circuit Breakers
The MCCBs shall confirm to the latest applicable standards. MCCBs in AC circuits shall
be of four pole construction arranged for simultaneous four pole manual closing and
opening. Operating mechanism shall be quick-make, quick-break and trip free type. The
ON, OFF and TRIP positions of the MCCB shall be clearly indicated and visible to the
operator. Operating handle for operating MCCBs from door of board shall be provided.
MCCB terminals shall be shrouded and designed to receive cable lugs for cable sizes
relevant to circuit ratings. MCCBs shall incorporate time delay devices to ensure that it
will tolerate harmless transient overload unless this is well in excess of 25% of its rated
value for a sustained period. The circuit breaker shall be provided with 2 NO + 2 NC of
auxiliary potential free contacts required for indication, control, interlocking and other
purposes. All contacts shall be wired to a terminal block. The breaking capacity of
MCCB’s shall be as per the design requirements.
Miniature Circuit Breakers
Miniature Circuit Breaker shall comply with IS-8828-1996/IEC898-1995.Miniature
circuit breakers shall be quick make and break type for 230/415 VAC 50 Hz applications
with magnetic thermal release for over current and short circuit protection. The breaking
capacity shall not be less than 10 KA at 415 VAC. MCBs shall be DIN mounted. The
MCB shall be Current Limiting be type (Class-3). MCBs shall be classified (B,C,D ref IS
standard) as per their Tripping Characteristic curves defined by the manufacturer. The
MCB shall have the minimum power loss (Watts) per pole defined as per the IS/IEC and
the manufacturer shall publish the values. The housing shall be heat resistant and having
a high impact strength. The terminals shall be protected against finger contact to IP20
Degree of protection. All DP, TP and TPN miniature circuit breakers shall have a
common trip bar.
Rotary Switch / Selector Switch / Switches / HRC Fuses / Starters / Single Phase
Preventers / Toggle Switch
These shall be of approved make and conforming to relevant ISI standard. The rupturing
capacity of HRC fuses should not less than 80 KA and in case of switches it should be 60
Amps maximum.
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Current Transformer
The current transformers shall have accuracy of class I and 5P10 / 10P10 and suitable VA
burden for operation of the connected meters and relays.
Overload Relays
All the motors shall have overload relay protections conforming to relevant IS.
Time Delay Relays
These shall be adjustable type with time delay adjustments of 0-180 or as per
manufacturers standards.
Indicating Lamps And Metering
These shall confirm to BS37 & BS39. All meters shall be flush mounted and draw-out
type. The indicating lamp shall be filament type and with very low burden & economy
resistor.
Voltmeter And Ammeters
Motor Control Centre (MV Panel) shall have flush type voltmeter & ammeter of size 96 x
96 mm.
Push Button Stations
These shall be suitable for panel mounting and accessible from front without opening.
These shall be provided for manual starting and stopping of motors/equipments as per
normal practices. The contacts shall be suitable for 6AMP current capacity.
Name Plate
Suitable anodized Aluminium name plate of 1.2 mm thick shall be provided on all the
Switchboards and individual compartments.
Conduits
These shall be preferable made of mild steel, stove enameled from inside and outside
with minimum wall thickness of 1.6 mm for conduits up to dia of 25mm and 2 mm for
conduits above 25 mm diameter.
Cables
Cable shall be supplied inspected, laid, tested and commissioned in accordance with
drawings, specifications, relevant Indian Standards Specifications and cable
manufacturer's instructions. The cable shall be delivered at site in original drums with
manufacturer's name clearly written on the drum. The cables shall comply with the latest
edition of the following standards
• BIS: 7098 (PART-I) - XLPE Cables - LT
• BIS: 8130 - Conductors for insulated electric cables & flexible cords.
• BIS: 3975 - Mild steel wires, strips & tapes for armouring of cables.
• BIS: 10418 - Wooden drums for electric cables.
• BIS: 10810 (PART 58) - Oxygen Index test
The material of cable shall be as follows:a) The MV power cable of 660/1100 V. grade shall be XLPE insulated Aluminum
conductor armoured cable.
b) The MV control cables shall be PVC insulated copper conductor armoured stranded
cable.
c) The HT power cable of 11 KV grade shall be XLPE insulated Aluminum conductor
armoured cable.
Laying Of Cables
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These shall be laid as Indian Standard code of practice. All cables shall be laid on 16G GI
Perforated U shaped Channel 40mm x 20mm cable trays. In case more than one cable is
running, then proper space in between the two cables shall be provided to avoid loss of
current carrying capacity. While cables are running on walls, proper saddles must be
provided.
Wire Sizes
Single stand PVC-copper conductor wires shall be used inside the control panel for
interconnecting different components. All wires shall be neatly dressed and coloured
beads shall be provided for easy identification in control wiring. The minimum size of
control wiring shall be 1.5sq.mm. Testing of panels as per code of practice shall be done
at works by Employer / Architect before inspection & dispatch to site.
Drawings
Necessary drawings of all control panels and wiring of equipment etc., shall be submitted
by the contractor for approval of the Engineer in Charge. On final completion of job and
before handing over of AC System As Built Drawings shall be submitted to the
Department.
Testing
All equipment and components supplied may be subjected to inspection and tests by the
client / consultant or his authorized representatives during manufacture, erection /
installation and after completion. No tolerances shall be allowed other than the tolerances
specified or permitted in the relevant approved Standards, unless otherwise stated. If the
guaranteed performance of any item of equipment is not met and / or if any item fails to
comply with the specification requirement in any respect whatsoever at any stage of
manufacture, test or erection, the client / consultant may reject the item, or defective
component thereof, whichever he considers necessary.
The complete electrical installation shall be tested in accordance with relevant IS codes in
presence of Electrical Supervisor of the client before commissioning of plant.
Painting of Panels
All sheet metal enclosures shall be powder coated only after de-rusting & hot dip
phosphating degreasing etc. at works only.
NOTE: Rubber mats of 1100 volts shall be laid in front of all switch boards.
Sizes of Power Cabling
The following size of power cabling shall be used only:
HP of Motors Cable size
a) Up to 5 HP 3c x 4sq.mm aluminum conductor armoured cable.
b) 5 to 7.5 HP 3c x 6sq.mm aluminum conductor armoured cable.
c) 10 to 15 HP 2no. 3c x 6sq.mm aluminum conductor armoured cable.
d) 20 to 25 HP 2 Nos. 3 x 16sq.mm aluminum conductor armoured cable.
e) 30 to 35 HP 2 Nos. 3c x 25sq.mm aluminum conductor armoured cable.
f) 40 to 50 HP 2 Nos. 3c x 35sq.mm aluminum conductor armoured cable.
g) 60 HP 2 Nos. 3c x 50sq.mm aluminum conductor armoured cable.
h) 75 HP 2 Nos. 3cx 70sq.mm aluminum conductor armoured cable.
i) 100 HP 2 Nos. 3cx 95sq.mm aluminum conductor armoured cable.
j) 125 HP 2 Nos. 3cx 120sq.mm aluminum conductor armoured cable.
Capacity Of Relays And Contacts
The following capacity relays and contacts shall be used for various rating of motors:
Type of Starter Contactor Overload Relay
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Contactor Phase Relay Range
a) 50/60 HP Motor Star Delta Starter 70 Amp. 30 - 50 Amp.
b) 40 HP Motor Star Delta Starter 45 Amp. 20-33 Amp.
c) 30 HP Motor Star Delta Starter 45 Amp. 20-33 Amp.
d) 25 HP Motor Star Delta Starter 32 Amp. 14-23 Amp.
e) 20 HP Motor Star Delta Starter 32 Amp. 14-23 Amp.
f) 15 HP Motor Star Delta Starter 25 Amp. 9-15 Amp.
g) 10 HP Motor Star Delta Starter 16 Amp. 6-10 Amp.
h) 7.5 HP Motor D.O.L. Starter 16 Amp. 9-15 Amp.
i) 5 HP Motor D.O.L. Starter 16 Amp 6-10 Amp.
Earthing
The earthing of all equipments shall be carried out by Copper strips / wires as mentioned
in Bill of Quantities. All panels / three phase motors shall be earthed with two number
distinct and independent Copper strips / wires of the following sizes:
1. Motor upto 5.5 KW 3 sq. mm Copper Wire 4 mm dia GI Wire
2. Motor 7.5 to 18.75 KW 4 sq. mm Copper Wire 6 mm dia GI Wire
3. Motor 18.75 to 50 KW 25x3 mm Copper Strip 25x6 mm GI Strip
4. Motor 51 to 89 KW 25x6 mm Copper Strip 32x6 mm GI Strip
The earthing connections shall be connected to main earth station or main earth grid. The
earth connections shall be connected to equipments after removal of paint, grease etc.
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Inspection and Testing
i. All equipment and components supplied may be subjected to inspection and tests by
the Consultant / Client or his authorized representatives during manufacture,
erection/installation and after completion. The inspection and tests shall include but
not be limited by the requirements of this contract document. Prior to inspection and
testing, the equipment shall undergo pre-service cleaning and protection.
ii. Tenderers shall state and guarantee the technical particulars listed in the Schedule of
Technical Data. These guarantees and particulars shall be binding and shall not be
varied without the written permission of the Consultant / Client or his authorised
representatives.
iii. No tolerances shall be allowed other than the tolerances specified or permitted in the
relevant approved Standards, unless otherwise stated.
iv. If the guaranteed performance of any item of equipment is not met and / or if any
item fails to comply with the specification requirement in any respect whatsoever at
any stage of manufacture, test or erection, the Consultant / Client or his authorised
representatives may reject the item, or defective component thereof, whichever he
considers necessary; and after adjustment or modification as directed by the
Consultant / Client or his authorised representatives, the Consultant shall submit the
item for further inspection and /or test.
v. The acceptance of the Consultant / Client or his authorized representatives of
inspection and / or test results shall not prejudice the right of the Consultant or his
authorised representatives to reject an item of equipment if it does not comply with
the contract document when erected, does not or prove completely satisfactory in
service.
VI. The Consultant / client’s representative shall be responsible for the timely
transmission of the relevant and appropriate sections of the contract document to
manufacturers and AC Contractors for the proper execution of all tests at their works
as per contract specifications.
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Tests at Manufacturer’s Works
i. All tests to be performed during manufacture, fabrication and inspection shall be
agreed with the Consultant or his authorized representatives prior to commencement
of the work. The AC Contractor shall prepare the details of the schedule and submit
these to the Consultant / Client or his authorised representatives for endorsement. It
must be ensured that adequate relevant information on the design code/standard
employed, the manufacture /fabrication/assembly procedure and the attendant quality
control steps proposed are made available to the Consultant / Client or his authorised
representatives who will mark in the appropriate spaces his intention to attend or
waive the invited tests, or inspections. AC Contractor shall arrange inspection and
factory witness test for chiller.
ii. A minimum of fifteen days’ notice of the readiness of equipment for test or inspection
shall be provided to the Consultant / Client or his authorised representatives by the
AC Contractor (whether the tests be held at the Subcontractor of AC Contractor’s
works). The subject items should remain available for Consultant / Client or his
authorized representatives’ inspection and test up to a minimum 10 days beyond the
agreed date of witnessing the test. Every facility in respect of access, drawings,
instruments and manpower shall be provided by the Subcontractor and AC Contractor
to enable the Consultant / Client or his authorized representatives to carry out the
necessary inspection and testing of the Plant.
iii. No plant shall be packed, prepared for shipment, or dismantled for the purpose of
packing for shipment, unless it has been satisfactorily inspected, all tests called for
have been successfully carried out in the presence of the Consultant / Client or his
authorised representatives or approved for shipment, or alternatively inspection has
been waived.
iv. Functional electrical, mechanical and hydraulic tests shall be carried out on completed
assemblies in the works. The extent of these tests and method of recording the results
shall be submitted to, and agreed by, the Consultant / Client or his authorised
representatives in sufficient time to enable the tests to be satisfactorily witnesses, or if
necessary for any changes required to the proposed program of tests to be agreed.
v. The Consultant / Client or his authorised representatives reserves the right to visit the
Manufacturer’s works at any reasonable time during fabrication of equipment and to
familiarize himself with the progress made and the quantity of the work to date.
vi. Within 30 days of completion of any tests, triplicate sets of all principal test records,
test certificates and correction and performance curves shall be supplied to the
Consultant / Client or his authorized representatives.
vii. These test records, certificates and performance curves shall be supplied for all tests,
whether or not they have been witnessed by the Consultant / Client or his authorized
representatives or not. The information given on such test certificates and curves shall
be sufficient to identify the material or equipment to which the certificate refers and
should also bear the Contract reference title.
viii. When all equipment has been tested, the test certificates from all works and site tests
shall be compiled by the AC Contractor into volumes and bound in an approved from
complete with index and four copies of each volume shall be supplied to Consultant /
Client or his authorized representatives.
ix. Stage wise inspection of equipment in factory in waived.
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Performance Tests at Manufacturer’s Works
i. All equipment may be subjected to routine performance tests at the Manufacturer’s
Works in accordance with the relevant ANSI, ASME, ASTM, BIS standard including
operating tests of complete assemblies to ensure correct operation of apparatus and
components.
ii. Pumps, fans, compressor, and other rotating equipment shall be given full load tests,
and run to 15% over speed for 5 minutes to check vibration. Main and auxiliary gear
boxes shall be subjected to shock load tests and a six-hour endurance run at rated
speed and maximum torque.
iii. The AC Contractor shall submit single line diagrams including the layout of the Plant
together with the location of test instrumentation and the principal dimensions of the
layout. All calculations to derive performance data shall be made strictly in
accordance with format given in the approved standards. Any alterations or deviations
from the approved standard test layout or formulae shall be subjected to the prior
endorsement of the Consultant / Client or his Authorised representatives.
iv. The performance test shall be conducted over the full operating range of the pump to
a closed valve condition and a minimum of five measurement points covering the full
range shall be taken. Curves indicating Quality vs. Head, Quantity vs. Power
absorbed, and Quantity vs. Pump efficiency shall be provided. In addition a curve of
the NPSH required vs. Quantity shall be provided except when the suction conditions
do not require this test. Any proposal for the omission of this test shall be to the
endorsement of the Consultant / Client or his authorised representatives.
v. On completion of the tests the AC Contractor shall submit a report showing the test
results obtained together with the curves corrected to the site operating conditions.
TESTING, ADJUSTING AND BALANCING
The AC Contractor shall have a dedicated experienced, specialized, approved, testing and
commissioning (T&C) team /agency responsible for coordination with other trades,
preparation of T&C plan method statement & T&C procedures, organizing & scheduling
the T&C activities along with the progress of works, supervision any re-testing,
coordination with third parties for commissioning & certification, organizing &
performing testing for satisfaction of all Statutory Bodies, T&C record documentation &
handover
General
a. Testing, adjusting and balancing of heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems
at site
b. Testing, adjusting and balancing of HVAC Hydronic system at site.
c. Testing, adjusting and balancing of exhaust system at site. Comply with current
editions of all applicable practices, codes, methods of standards prepared by technical
societies and associations including: ASHRAE: 2007 HVAC Application.
d. AC Contractor shall submit a Test, adjust, balance procedure/method
statements/charts for approval to Client.
Performance
a. Verify design conformity.
b. Establish fluid flow rates, volumes and operating pressures.
c. Take electrical power readings for each motor.
d. Establish operating sound and vibration levels.
e. Adjust and balance to design parameters.
f. Record and report results as per the formats specified.
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REPORTS:
Provide 3 copies of the complete balancing and testing reports to the department. Report
shall be neatly typed and bound suitable for a permanent record. Report forms shall
contain complete test data and equipment data as specified.
FINAL DOCUMENTATION:
The contractor shall leave the system operating in complete balance with water and air
quantities as shown on drawings. Set stops on all balancing valves and lock all damper
quadrants in proper position. Secure all automatic damper and valve linkages in proper
positions to provide correct operating ranges. Proper damper positions shall be marked on
ducts with permanent indication. Notify the department of any areas marginal or
unacceptable system performance.
The above tests and procedures mentioned herein are for general guidance and
information only, but not limited to the provisions of conditions of contract and design/
performance criteria.
Upon commissioning and final handover of the installation, the Contractor shall submit
(within 4 weeks) to the Engineer-in-charge 6 (Six) portfolios of the following indexed
and bound together in hard cover ring binder (300 x 450 mm).







Comprehensive operation and maintenance manual
As built drawings including one set on compact disc
Test certificates, consolidated control diagram and technical literature on all controls.
Equipment warranties from manufacturers
Rating charts for all equipment
Log books as per equipment manufacturers standard format
List of recommended spares and consumables
Any special tools required for the operation or the maintenance of the plant shall be
supplied free with the plant.
At the close of the work and before issue of final certificate of completion by the
Engineer-in-charge, the contractor shall furnish a written guarantee indemnifying the
department against defective materials and workmanship for the Defects liability period.
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LIST OF APPROVED MAKES /BRAND OF VARIOUS HVAC WORK
MATERIAL
The contractor should distinctly understand that it will not be their prerogative to insist
for using particular makes brand from the following list. The final selection will have to
be done with the approval of Architect/ EIC.
Sr.
No.
1
Description
Makes
Water-cooled Screw
Chilling Machine
Air handling unit
AHU Blower
Air Filters (Fine Filters]
Cooling Tower
Pumps (Primary]_
Carrier/ Climaveneta /Dunham Bush / Voltas/
Kirloskar/ Trane/ York / Daikin(Mcquay)
Ethos/Edgetech/Voltas/Zeco/Nutech/ Flaktwoods
Comefri / Kruger / Nicotra/Green Heck
FMI / SPECTRUM / AIRTECH /AHU manufacturer’s
d
Mihir/Bell
/ Advance / Paharpur / Delta
Kirloskar/KSB/GRUNDFOSS/ BEACON/ M&P
Secondary Pumps
Three phase motors
Inline Fans /Propeller/Axial /
Centrifugal
10 MS/GI piping
Kirloskar/KSB/GRUNDFOSS/ BEACON/Armstrong/ITT
Crompton/ABB/ Siemens
Kruger / Nicotra /Osterberg/ Gec/ Nadi
11 Butterfly valves
Audco / Intervaive / Leader / Levcon / Advance /
Rapid Cool / Flowcon / Crawley & Ray
12 Balancing valve
Advance / Flowcon /T&A
13 Check Valve
14 Ball valve
15 2 way / 3way/ On-Off
Modulating Valve Motorized
Audco / Leader/ Rapidflow / Advance/ Kirloskar/ Zoloto/
Audco / Leader/ Rapidflow / Advance/ Kirloskar/ Zoloto/
Danfoss/ Honeywell / Johnson / Siemens / Bell controls /
Anergy
16 Strainers
ANERGY /Trishul/Emerald
17 Gl Sheet
SAIL/TATA /Jindal
18 Pressure gauges
Feibig/ H Guru
19 Automatic Air Vent valves
ANERGY
20 “V” type thermometer
EMERALD / FIEBIG
21 Pipe Insulation with nitrile
rubber
22 Propeller /Axial Flow Fans
Armafelx, Kfelx & kfelx
23 Fibre glass rigid board
24 Expanded polysterene
UP Twiga / Kimmco/ Lloyd / Ownes Corning
Beardshell/ Modifoam.
25 Elastomeric Nitrile Rubber
foamed tubes
Armaflex/K-flex
26 Grilles/Diif./Fire dampers
28 Volume Control Damper
29 AHU/FCU Control valves
Ravi Star / Dynacraft / Caryaire/Air pro/Airmaster
RAVISTAR / DYNACRAFT/Cosmos/ Air pro / Airmaster
Honeywell / Johnson / Belemo/siemens
30 Sensors / controllers
Honeywell / Johnson / Siemens
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Jindal/Tata/Zenith
FLAKT / NICOTRA
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32
33
34
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Energy Recovery Ventilators
MCB/ACB
Valve Actuator
Power & Control cable
Dessicant Rotor International
L&T/GE/Siemens/ Schneider
Jhonson/Honeywell/Siemens/Belemo
CCI/Gloster / Finolex / Polycab /RR Cable
35 Voltmeter/Ammeter
A.E./IMP
36 Switches
L&T/Siernens/ABB/GE/ Schneider
37
38
39
40
L&T/Siemens/GE
A.E./Kappa
L&T/Siemens/ GE/ Schneider
L& T /Siemens/Gt/Schneider
HRC fuse & fittings
Current Transformer
Contactors
Overload Relays
41 Indicating lights
42 Panels (electrical)
43 Flex. Bellow
44
45
46
47
Variable speed drive with
Ductable splits
Non-ducted single phase
Pressurisation Unit & Air
Separator
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Vaishnu / EMCO
CORI / Resistoflex/Easyflex/Kanwal
ABB/DANFOSS/ Schneider
Carrier//Blue Star/Voltas/Hitachi
Carrier/Blue Star/Voltas/Hitachi
ANERGY,/KD Agency
46 Flow meter
48 Fan Coil Unit/Cassette Units
Eureka/Placks/Trac Chemtrols, Rosemount
Caryaire / Suvidha Savier / Lloyd / Blue Star / Zeco /
Waves / Edgetech /Media/ Sinco
49 Ductless Ventilation system
Kruger/Nicotra/Airovent/System Air/Humidin
50 Flow Meter
51 Sound Attenuator
52 Pressure Differential
i h
Electrical
Forbes Marshall/Krohne/Danfoss
Green Heck & Carry Air
Honeywell/ Johnson/ Siemens/ Switzer
53 Make of Electrical Panel,
Console Panel ,HT &LT
54 M.C.C.B.& MCB
Tricolite / System & Power Control /L&T/Schinder/
Equivalent
L&T / GE / Siemens/MDS
55 Starters, Contactors, Push
Buttons,
56 Single Phase Preventer
L&T / GE / Siemens / BCH
57 Current Transformer
58 Rotary Switches
A.E. / Kappa / Precise/ C &
L&T / Siemens / GE / BCH
59 Selector & Toggle Switch
Kaycee / L&T
60 Change Over Switch
Elecon / L&T
61 HRC Fuse and Fittings
L&T / Siemens / GE/ C & S
62 Voltmeter / Ammeter
A.E. / IMP
63 XLPE insulated LT Cables
64 PVC pipes and accessories
Finolex / Incab / Ravin Cables / Universal/Polycab/ KEI
Precision / Avonplast / Grandlay / AKG / Modi /
Polycab
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L&T / Minilec / Siemens
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ABBREVIATIONS:AHRI
American Heating Refrigeration Institute
ISHRAE
Indian Society of Heating, Refrigeration & Air-conditioning
Engineers.
ASTM
American Society of Testing Materials
ASME
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ANSI
American National Standards Institute
IS
Indian Standards
SMACNA
Sheet Metal & Air-conditioning Contractor National Association
UL
Under writers Laboratory
BS
British Standard Institution
IEC
International Electro-Mechanical Commission
ISO
International Organization of Standardization
TEFC
Totally Enclosed, Fan Cooled
IP
Ingress Protection
AHU
Air Handling unit
FCU
Fan Coil Unit
PVC
Polyvinyl chloride
HDPE
High-density polyethylene
CFM
Cubic foot per minute
WG
Water Gauge
ISMC
Indian standard mild channel
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NAVI MUMBAI MUNICIPAL CORPORATION
HEAD OFFICE BUILDING, BELAPUR, NAVI MUMBAI
SCHEDULE - B
Retender Notice No. :- NMMC/ ELEC/ JCE/ 30 /2015-2016
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1
1
3
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Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation
Name of Work :- Supply, Installation, Testing & Commissioning of HVAC System at Auditorium on Plot No. 37 at Sector 5, Airoli, Navi Mumbai.
Retender Notice No. :- NMMC/ ELEC/ JCE/ 30 /2015-2016
SUMMARY - B
Description of Items
Spec No. with
Unit
Rates
Amount
To be quoted by Tenderer
Page No.
(Rs.)
(Rs.)
Amount
Percent below /
quoted by
above the
Tenderer
Estimated rates
entered in col. 4
Quantity
2
1
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2
3
Item No:1.0- Water Cooled Screw Chiller
Item No:1.1- Ch. Water (in/out) 12 / 7 Deg C Fluid Flow - 267 USGPM Fouling Factor (Evaporator) Spec. As directed
0.018 (sqm-K)/kW Cond.Water (in/out) 32 / 36 Deg C, Fluid Flow - 400 USGPM Fouling Factor by Engineer-In(Condenser) 0.044 (Sqm-K)/kW 100TR at above conditions
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Item No:1.1.1-Refrigeration Load 100 TR actual
Item No:1.1.2- Quantity:Working
Item No:1.1.3-Quantity:StandBy
Items required
Item No:1.1.4-BMS Compatibility
Vibration Isolator:
Item No:1.1.5-Rust Resistant Spring Isolators with neoprene pads for Water Cooled Chiller
Item No:1.1.6-Victaulic Couplings (chilled water & condenser water)
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4
5
6
7
2957362.95
2957362.95
Nos
Nos
5914725.91
2957362.95
0.0
Lot
0.00
0.0
0.0
Lot
Sets
0.00
0.00
8872088.86
101918.30
101918.30
Nos
Nos
203836.59
101918.30
8
Item No:2- Pumps
Item No:2.1- Supply,Installation,Testing and Commissioning of CHILLED WATER PUMPS Spec. As directed
(Primary) :Factory mounted cenrifugal Chilled water pump with electric Motor complete with TEFC ,IP by Engineer-In55 protection on a common base, suitable for 415±10%, 50 Cycle and all basic components , Couplings,
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Coupling guard, High tensile steel shaft, Bronze impeller, Mechanical seal, Bronze shaft sleeves and
wearing rings, bearings, Foundation bolts, Nuts, Supports and Corrosion-resistant finish etc. & all
necessary accessories as per relevant std. Pumps shall be insulated with insulation of same material &
thickness as the connected pipe. Aluminium cladding shall be provided for the insulation. All other
parameters as per the technical specifications given in the tender.
2
1
Item No:2.1.1-Type of pump:End suction back pull out Centrifugal Pump
Item No:2.1.2- 267 USGPM
Item No:2.1.3- 35m Head
Item No:2.1.4-Working
Item No:2.1.5-Stand By
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Item No: 2.2- Supply,Installation,Testing and Commissioning of CONDENSER WATER Spec. As directed
PUMPS:Factory mounted centrifugal condensor water pump with electric Motor complete with TEFC ,IP by Engineer-In55 protection on a common base, suitable for (415±10%,& 50 Cycle), Couplings, Coupling guard, High
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tensile steel shaft, Bronze impeller, Mechanical seal, Bronze shaft sleeves and wearing rings, bearings,
Foundation bolts, Nuts, Supports and Corrosion-resistantfinish etc. & all necessary All other parameters as
per the technical specifications given in the tender
2
1
Item No: 2.2.1-Type of pump:End suction back pull out centrifugal Pump.
Item No: 2.2.2- 400 USGPM
Item No: 2.2.3- 15 m Head
Item No: 2.2.4-Working
Item No: 2.2.5-Stand By
121887.01
121887.01
Nos
Nos
243774.02
121887.01
671415.92
196379.25
196379.25
Nos
Nos
392758.5
196379.25
589137.75
Sub- Total of Item No. 2.0
Item No:3- Cooling Tower
Item No:3.1- Supply,Installation,Testing and Commissioning of INDUCED DRAFT FRP COOLING Spec. As directed
TOWER for air conditioning system with Structural frame work, Cold water basin, Casing panels, Water by Engineer-Indistribution system, Connections, Fill media and drift eliminators, Air inlet louvers, Fan drive systems
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including fan motors, Fans, Ladders and other complete accessories, Motor shall be suitable for 415±10%
volts, & 50 cycles power supply. Tower shall be designed with high efficiency drift eliminators. Each
tower cell must be installed with individual cold water basins and water discharge sumps to facilitate
maintenance without causing distruption to the other cells in operation. All other parameters as per the
technical specifications given in the tender.
2
1
Item No:3.1.1- Cell:Single Cell/ multi cell
Item No:3.1.2- Flow:Counter Flow
Item No:3.1.3- Level Controls:Required
Item No:3.1.4- Drive:Direct Drive
Item No:3.1.5- Cooling tower inlet temperature:36 deg. C
Item No:3.1.6- Cooling tower outlet temperature:32 deg C
Item No:3.1.7- flow 400 USGPM
Item No:3.1.8- Refrigeration Load 100 TR
Item No:3.1.9- Working
Item No:3.1.10- Stand By
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Item No:4- Air Handling Units
Item No:4.1- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of Double skin double skin horizontal floor Spec. As directed
mounted type Indoor Air Handling Unit 45 mm Thick PUF insulated panel of outer skin 0.6 mm GI Pre by Engineer-Inplasticized finish, inner skin 0.8 mm thick GI, fan section with forward / backward centrifugal fan and
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motor suitable for 415+/-10%, 50 cycles, Coil section with 6R copper tube cooling coil with aluminium
fins & 22 G SS drain tray, filter section with Cleanable Pre-filter with 90% efficiency down to 10 micron
fire retarding canvass connection with volume control dampers, Internal and External supports, etc. & all
necessary accessories as per relevant std. Coil size shall be selected for maximum face
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velocity of 2.5m/s, filter shall be sized maximum face velocity of 2m/s. Maximum fan outlet velocity
shall be 9.5m/s. AHU shall have a lamp with a switch for the maintenance. Sound level at 1m distance shal
be less than 75 dBA.All other parameters as per the technical specifications given in the tender.
Note : 1.All Recirculation AHUs will be with 6-row chilled water coil and treated fresh air units will
be with Heat Pipe Technology.
4
4
Item No:4.1.1- 34TR, 13600 CFM ,50 mm Static pressure - Ground Floor
Item No:4.1.2- TFA unit of 8500CFM & 50 mm Static Pressure for Auditorium AHU with Heat Pipe Technology
Item No:4.2- Ceiling suspended Air handling units
supply,installation,testing and commissioning of Double skin ceiling suspended unit with 25 mmThick Spec. As directed
PUF insulated panel of outer skin 0.6mm GI Pre plasticized finish, inner skin 0.8 mm thick GI, fan section by Engineer-Inwith forward / backward centrifugal fan and motor suitable for 415+/-10%, 50 cycles, Coil section with 6R
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copper tube cooling coil with aluminium fins & 22 G SS drain tray, filter section with Cleanable Pre-filter
with 90% efficiency down to 10 micron, Mixing box section, fire retarding canvass connection with
volume control dampers, Internal and External supports, etc. & all necessary accessories as per relevant
std. Coil size shall be selected for maximum face velocity of 2.5m/s, filter shall be sized maximum face
velocity of 2m/s. Maximum fan outlet velocity shall be 9.5m/s. Sound level at 1m distance shall be less
than 65 dBA..All other parameters as per the technical specifications given in the tender.
258400.00
142500.00
Nos
Nos
1033600.00
570000.00
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
Item No:4.2.1- 18TR, 7200 CFM ,50 mm Static pressure - Ground Floor
Item No:4.2.2- 10TR, 4000 CFM ,50 mm Static pressure - Ground Floor
Item No:4.2.3- 18TR, 7200 CFM ,50 mm Static pressure - First Floor
Item No:4.2.4- 4TR, 1600 CFM ,50 mm Static pressure - First Floor
Item No:4.2.5- 21TR,8400 CFM ,50 mm Static pressure - Second Floor
Item No:4.2.6- 8TR,3200 CFM ,50 mm Static pressure - Second Floor
Item No:4.2.7- 4TR, 1600 CFM -,50 mm Static pressure - Second Floor
Item No:4.2.8- 6TR, 2400 CFM -,50 mm Static pressure - Third Floor
Item No:4.2.9- 4TR, 1600 CFM -,50 mm Static pressure - Third Floor
Item No:4.2.10- 2TR, 800 CFM -,50 mm Static pressure - Third Floor
Item No:4.2.11- 17TR,6800 CFM -,50 mm Static pressure - Fourth Floor
Item No:4.2.12- 5TR, 2000 CFM -,50 mm Static pressure - Fourth Floor
Item No:4.2.13- 3TR, 1200 CFM -,50 mm Static pressure - Fourth Floor
123120.00
85500.00
123120.00
38304.00
143640.00
76608.00
38304.00
57456.00
38304.00
29925.00
127908.00
47880.00
35910.00
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
123120.00
85500.00
123120.00
38304.00
287280.00
76608.00
38304.00
57456.00
38304.00
59850.00
255816.00
47880.00
71820.00
29925.00
25650.00
23940.00
Nos.
Nos.
Nos.
0.00
51300.00
71820.00
3030082
Item No:4.3- supply,installation,testing and commissioning of Ceiling suspended 4 way chilled water
cassette unit along with all accessories and valve feetings..All other parameters as per the technical
specifications given in the tender
0
2
3
Item No:4.3.1- 4.0 TR -1600 CFM
Item No:4.3.2- 3.0 TR - 1200 CFM
Item No:4.3.3- 2.0 TR - cassette unit
Sub- Total of Item No. 4.0
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Spec. As directed
by Engineer-InCharge
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290
80
240
180
100
200
40
100
180
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Item No:5.0- Chilled Water piping
supply,installation,testing and commissioning of Chilled water Mild steel pipes (Heavy Class) with all Spec. As directed
necessary fittings like bends, elbows, tees, reducers, hanger, supports,etc and shall be clause B/Calss C as by Engineer-Inper IS 1239 upto 150mm dia and as per IS 3589. for 200mm dia & above.Insulation of chilled water pipes
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with EPS of 24 kg/Cu.m density, TF quality, covered with 24G GI mesh, black polyethylene sheet and
with 24G aluminium cladding for pipes upto 500mm All other parameters as per the technical
specifications given in the tender
a)Dia 200mm - (6.0 mm thick)
b)Dia 150mm
c)Dia 125mm
d)Dia 100mm
e)Dia 80mm
f)Dia 65mm
g)Dia 50mm
h)Dia 40mm
i)Dia 32mm
j)Dia 25mm
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2659.05
1863.90
1562.09
1261.13
893.48
726.75
574.56
555.75
530.10
495.90
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
0.00
540531.00
124966.80
302670.00
160825.50
72675.00
114912.00
22230.00
53010.00
89262.00
1034.55
855.00
792.59
668.61
586.53
513.00
488.21
474.53
444.60
427.50
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
0.00
247950.00
63406.80
160466.40
105575.40
51300.00
97641.00
18981.00
44460.00
76950.00
2347812.9
9456.30
8541.45
7370.10
6156.00
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
0.00
222077.70
0.00
49248.00
Item No:5.1- Chilled Water piping Insulation
Supply, installation, testing and commissioning of chilled water pipeline insulation with 2" thick termocole Spec. As directed
pipe section(TF quality) covered with vapour barrier, chicken wiremesh and finished with 12 mm thick by Engineer-Insand cement plaster as per the technical specifications given in the tender .
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0
290
80
240
180
100
200
40
100
180
a)Dia 200mm - (6.0 mm thick)
b)Dia 150mm
c)Dia 125mm
d)Dia 100mm
e)Dia 80mm
f)Dia 65mm
g)Dia 50mm
h)Dia 40mm
i)Dia 32mm
j)Dia 25mm
Sub- Total of Item No. 5.0
Item No:6.0- Valves
Item No:6.1- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of Cast iron/Cast Steel butterfly valve Spec. As directed
complete with isnulation ,gaskets, flanges etc., PN 16 class rating.All other parameters as per the technical by Engineer-Inspecifications given in the tender
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0
26
0
8
150 mm dia
125 mm dia
100 mm dia
80 mm dia
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65 mm dia
50 mm dia
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5728.50
5480.55
Nos
Nos
22914.00
65766.60
21375.00
18810.00
Nos
Nos
0.00
112860.00
38646.00
25987.73
19187.91
11384.33
12483.00
8614.13
6070.50
5899.50
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
0.00
155926.35
0.00
45537.30
24966.00
60298.88
6070.50
47196.00
15304.50
11841.75
9678.60
8464.50
7686.45
7028.10
5916.60
0.00
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
0.00
118417.50
0.00
33858.00
15372.90
49196.70
5916.60
0.00
22919.99
14838.53
Nos
Nos
91679.94
29677.05
Item No:6.2- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of Motorised butterfly valve & Actutor Spec. As directed
complete with Insulation,gaskets, flanges etc., PN 16 class rating.All other parameters as per the technical by Engineer-Inspecifications given in the tender
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0
6
150 mm dia
125 mm dia
Item No:6.3- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning following Balancing valves - (Class-150,PN- Spec. As directed
16), complete with insulation, all flow -measurement accessories and position indication, including by Engineer-Inmatching flanges and fasteners and as per specifications given in the tender
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0
6
0
4
2
7
1
8
150 mm dia
125 mm dia
100 mm dia
80 mm dia
65 mm dia
50 mm dia
40 mm dia
25 mm dia
Item No:6.4- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of Y-Type Strainer complete with insualiton Spec. As directed
Cast Iron Valve body, Flanges, Bolts, Nuts, Gaskets, Filter, 2-3 mm perforation , 24 G thick Screen & PN by Engineer-In16 / PN 10 rating.All other parameters as per the technical specifications given in the tender
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0
10
0
4
2
7
1
1
150 mm dia
125 mm dia
100 mm dia
80 mm dia
65 mm dia
50 mm dia
40 mm dia
25 mm dia
Item No:6.5- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of FCU 2 Way / 3 Way & 3 Way with Spec. As directed
manifold or Valve assembly for AHU's with modulating actuators. The valves and actuators for AHU's by Engineer-Inshall be compatible with insulatoin, BMS. Actuators shall be suitable to receive 0-10V or 4-20 mA signal
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from BMS,complete with thermostat & control wiring, Flanges, Bolts, Nuts, Gaskets & PN 16 / PN 10
rating,. All other parameters as per the technical specifications given in the tender
4
2
80 mm dia
65 mm dia
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1
8
0
10
0
0
32
0
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50 mm dia
40 mm dia
25 mm dia
Item No:6.6- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of Dual plate Non return valve of PN 16 /PN Spec. As directed
10 rating. Insulation complete with insualtion & all other parameters as per the technical specifications by Engineer-Ingiven in the tender
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150 mm dia
125 mm dia
100 mm dia
Sub- Total of Item No. 6.0
Item No:7.0- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of Rubber Bellows PN 16 / PN 10 rating All Spec. As directed
other parameters as per the technical specifications given in the tender
by Engineer-InCharge
150 mm dia
125 mm dia
100 mm dia
Sub- Total of Item No. 7.0
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11179.13
8977.50
8122.50
Nos
Nos
Nos
78253.88
8977.50
64980.00
10670.40
9866.70
6961.41
Nos
Nos
Nos
0.00
98667.00
0.00
1407858.39
10944.00
9866.70
9020.25
Nos
Nos
Nos
0.00
315734.40
0.00
315734.40
3334.50
2659.05
1863.90
1261.13
893.48
726.75
574.56
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
0.00
212724.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
212724.00
299.25
Rmt
74812.50
74812.50
Item No:8.0- Condenser Water piping
Item No:8.1- supply,installation,testing and installation of Condenser water Mild steel pipes (Heavy Spec. As directed
Class) with all necessary fittings like bends, elbows, tees, reducers, hanger, supports,etc and shall be clause by Engineer-InB/Calss C as per IS 1239 upto 150mm dia and as per IS 3589. for 200mm dia & above.All other
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parameters as per the technical specifications given in the tender
0
80
0
0
0
0
0
a)Dia 250mm - (6.0 mm thick)
b)Dia 200mm - (6.0 mm thick)
c)Dia 150mm
d)Dia 100mm
e)Dia 80mm
f)Dia 65mm
g)Dia 50mm
Sub- Total of Item No. 8.0
250
Item No:9.0- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of UPVC pipes insulated with 9mm thick Spec. As directed
superlon foam insulation as per Technical specifcation given in Tender
by Engineer-InCharge
a)Dia 50mm
Sub- Total of Item No. 9.0
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
Page 186 of 204
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Item No:10.0- Drain with standard ball valves of PN 10 Rating as per the technical specifications given in Spec. As directed
the tender
by Engineer-InCharge
35
8
0
a)Size :25 mm Dia
b)Size :20 mm Dia
C)Size :15 mm Dia
726.75
641.25
598.50
Nos
Nos
Nos
25436.25
5130.00
0.00
30566.25
Item No:11- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of Automatic Air vents for condenser water Spec. As directed
system.All other parameters as per the technical specifications given in the tender
by Engineer-InCharge
Sub- Total of Item No. 11.0
2137.50
Nos
21375.00
Item No:12- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of 100 mm Dial type pressure gauges 0-10 Spec. As directed
bar range with Ball Valve All other parameters as per the technical specifications given in the tender
by Engineer-InCharge
2308.50
Sub- Total of Item No. 10.0
10
95
21375.00
Nos
Sub- Total of Item No. 12.0
75
219307.50
Item No:13- Supply,installation,testingand commissioning of 100 mm Dial type Temperature Gauge 0-50 Spec. As directed
deg C range & all other mounting accessories.All other parameters as per the technical specifications given by Engineer-Inin the tender
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1966.50
Nos
Sub- Total of Item No. 13.0
1
Item No:14- EXPANSION TANK
One expansion tank of HDP(sintex) with complete with insulation, as
required. Capacity : 1000 liter
Spec. As directed
by Engineer-InCharge
42750.00
Nos
1800
1600
200
200
Item No:16.1- 24 G
Item No:16.2- 22 G
Item No:16.3- 20 G
Item No:16.4- 18 G
Sub- Total of Item No. 16.0
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
42750.00
42750.00
Item No:15- quick fill, make-up, level gauge,level switch, drain and overflow connections
Sub- Total of Item No. 15.0
Item No:16- Ducting and Accessories - Air conditioning system
Supply, Installation testing & commissioning of Factory fabricated Galvanized work Sheet metal duct as
per IS Standerd along with all accessories and feetings.all other parametres as per the technical
specification given in the tender.
147487.50
147487.50
Sub- Total of Item No. 14.0
1
219307.50
12825.00
Nos
12825.00
12825.00
625.00
725.00
1068.75
1539.00
Sq. m
Sq. m
Sq. m
Sq. m
1125000.00
1160000.00
213750.00
307800.00
2806550.00
Spec. As directed
by Engineer-InCharge
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
2500
1300
1
2500
Page 187 of 204
Item No:17- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of duct thermal insulation
Item No:17.1- with 19 mm thick Nitrile Rubber covered with glass cloth and Vapour barrier protection.
(For Audi)
Item No:17.2- with 19 mm thick Nitrile Rubber covered with glass cloth and Vapour barrier protection.(
For other Area)
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
Spec. As directed
by Engineer-InCharge
Spec. As directed
by Engineer-InCharge
Item No:17.3- Sound Attenuator - For Supply and Return air ducting of Auditorium. (Greenheck/
Carryaire make or equivalent)
Supply and fixing of sound attenuator as directed by architect/EIC at all levels including all leads and lifts. Spec. As directed
The shop drawing of the sound attrenuator shall be submitted to architect for approval.
by Engineer-InCharge
Sub- Total of Item No. 17.0
Item No:18- Supplying and fixing of acoustic lining of duct with fibre glass rigid board of density 48 Spec. As directed
Kg/m³ sealed in fibre glass tissue paper and covered with 26gauge thick perforated aluminium sheet by Engineer-Inand conforming to specification given in the tender. (For Audi).
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384.75 Sq. Mtr.
961875.00
513.00 Sq. Mtr.
666900.00
427500.00
lot
427500.00
2056275.00
384.75
Sq. m
961875.00
a) 25 mm thick fibre glass rigid board
Sub- Total of Item No. 18.0
1000
Item No:19- Supplying and fixing of Room Accoustic Insulation using 50 mm thk. resin bonded fibre Spec. As directed
glass wool of density 32 Kg/m³ supported with G.I. Section frame work covered with R.P.tissue paper & by Engineer-In26 G Aluminium perforated sheet as per specification mensioned in tender Fix 1"x1" x20swg Aluminum
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Angles At All Corners & 1"x20swg.Aluminium Flat At All Vertical Joints.
961875.00
661.77
Sqmt.
Sub- Total of Item No. 19.0
0
12
12
661770.00
Item No:20- Supply and fixing of underdeck roof insulation with 16 kg/m3 density T.F. quality Expanded Spec. As directed
Polysterene pasted with bitumene/or equivalent as per technical specification given in tender.
by Engineer-InCharge
Sub- Total of Item No. 20.0
323.19
Item No:21- Supply and fixing of Al powder coated square diffusers with VCD All other parameters as Spec. As directed
per the technical specifications given in the tender
by Engineer-InCharge
Sub- Total of Item No. 21.0
7267.50
Item No:22- Supply and fixing of Al powder coated square diffusers without VCD All other parameters Spec. As directed
as per the technical specifications given in the tender
by Engineer-InCharge
Sub- Total of Item No. 22.0
6500.00
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
661770.00
Sqmt.
0.00
0.00
Sq. m
87210.00
87210.00
Sq. m
78000.00
78000.00
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
20
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Item No:23- Supply & fixing of 4- way Swirl Diffuser with VCD made out of Aluminium alloy extrusion Spec. As directed
with anodised matt black finish for auditorium.
by Engineer-InCharge
Sub- Total of Item No. 23.0
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
14026.18
Sq. m
280523.70
280523.70
Item No:24- Supply & fixing of round type Jet Nozzles of Aluminium alloy extrusion for supply air of Spec. As directed
following sizes.
by Engineer-InCharge
0
17
300 dia
400 dia
0.00
4275.00
Nos
Nos
0.00
72675.00
72675.00
6460.00
Sq. m
161500.00
Sub- Total of Item No. 24.0
25
40
35
Item No:25- Supply & fixing of Volume Control Dampers with Opposed blade dampers with 18G frame Spec. As directed
& 20G blades All other parameters as per the technical specifications given in the tender
by Engineer-InCharge
Sub- Total of Item No. 25.0
Item No:26- Providing and fixing of aluminum Linear Bar Grills in powder coated finish, required angle Spec. As directed
with Al.Opposed Blade Damper black mat coated.
by Engineer-InCharge
150 mm Wide contineus.
Sub- Total of Item No. 26.0
Item No:27- Fire & Smoke Dampers
Providing and fixing of fire dampers with actuator for AHU as per UL555 Specification and Approved by Spec. As directed
TAC and FIA (actuator quantified in bms and not to be included here) in GI construction
by Engineer-InCharge
Sub- Total of Item No. 27.0
161500.00
8075.00
Sq.m
323000.00
323000.00
9025.00
Sqmt.
315875.00
315875.00
Item No:28- BASEMENT CAR PARK VENTILATION SYSTEMS
Item No:28.1- Exhaust Air units Fans
Supplying, installing, testing and commissioning of smoke spill fans as per specifications.Fan shall be with Spec. As directed
belt driven dual mode tube/vane axial centrifugal fan.Fan and casing shall be suitable for smoke exhaust by Engineer-Inapplication.Motor shall be mounted outside ,so that it is not exposed to smoke stream & thermally rated for
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250C for 3 hours as per [BS-7346 Part-2 : 1090] Class-B. Motors shall be suitable for 415+10% volts, 50
cycles , 3 phase AC supply an static pressure shall be as indicated . Fans shall be activated from fire signal
from fire alarm system .Fan shall be with flexible fire proof flexibel connection at inlet and outlet. Fan will
operate at 17000cfm, 10 mm st. pr at normal mode and deliver 34000 cfm at fire mode.
6
a)Capacity- 17000 CFM - 20mm Total static pressure at normal mode & 34000 cfm at Fire Mode.
Item No:28.2- Impulse Jet fans - Tube axial type
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
394250.00
Nos
2365500.00
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
Page 189 of 204
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
Supply, Installation testing & commissioning of Tube axial type impulse jet fans complete with integral Spec. As directed
inlet and outlet attenuators, protection grills, guards & mounting assembly , complete with electrical items. by Engineer-InFan motor (415 V, 50 Hz, IP 55 protection) shall be of 2 speed to operate on normal mode and fire mode.
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The fan shall be suitable for ceiling mounting. The fans shall have fire rating of 250 deg C for 120 min.
Price quoted shall be inclusive of CFD analysis.All other parameters as per the technical specifications
given in the tender
24
2
a)Capacity 1900 CFM (Normal mode) & 3800 CFM (Fire mode) ( for further details please refer
equipment schedule)
Supply of Electrical cum PLC panel with feeders and satrters for Nos. 3 phase jet fans of 1.5 Kw X12 nos Spec. As directed
dual speed motor, built in logic for 6 Nos. 3.7 Kw and 4 no.s 15 Kw single speed main exhaust fan. Each
by Engineer-Inpanel should cater to 10 Nos. of Jet fans controlled by 5 Nos CO sensor. Each panel shall be with
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L&T/other approved make switch gears, suitable incomer MCCB, Bus bar, PLC and necessary control
wiring and indicators etc. Note : Co-relation of panel qty. to Qty. of Jet / Main Exh. & CO sensores shall
be as per zoning. Each CO sensor shall cater to 2-3 Nos jet fans as per zoning.
1
Starter panel for 6 Nos. Dual mode fan 6 Nos. #7.5/15 Kw single speed main exhaust fans with necessary
controllers & indicators.
1
Starter panel for Fresh air fan 1 Nos. #7.5Kw single speed for Lower Basement
Spec. As directed
by Engineer-InCharge
117762.00
Nos
2826288.00
190000.00
no
380000.00
175750.00
no
175750.00
26600.00
no
26600.00
Sub- Total of Item No. 28.0
4
Item No:29- Plant Room Ventilation
Item No:29.1- Supply, Installation testing & commissioning of Propeller Fan
5774138.00
Spec. As directed
by Engineer-InCharge
6000.00
Nos
Sub- Total of Item No. 29.0
24000.00
24000.00
Item No:30- Toilets Exhaust Fans
Item No:30.1- Supply, Installation testing & commissioning of Duct Inline fan with backward curve Spec. As directed
impeller directly driven external rotor and sturdy motor suitable for continuous operation. The assembly by Engineer-Inshall be in position to install in either direction. The fan Motor shall be single phase electrical supply. The
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Motor shall be built in thermal contact & Totally Enclosed, Fan Cooled (TEFC) Ingress Protection IP-54.
The motor constructrution shall be such that speed variation is possible and as per the technical
specifications given in the tender.
2
2
3
2
Item No:30.1.1Item No:30.1.2Item No:30.1.3Item No:30.1.4-
Capapcity 600 CFM, 15 mm Total static pressure
Capapcity 1100CFM, 15 mm Total static pressure
Capapcity 1300 CFM, 15 mm Total static pressure
Capapcity 100 CFM, 5 mm Total static pressure
14250.00
19000.00
17100.00
13300.00
Sub- Total of Item No. 30.0
Nos.
Nos.
Nos.
Nos.
28500.00
38000.00
51300.00
26600.00
144400.00
Item No:31- Fresh Air Unit
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
Page 190 of 204
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
Item No:31.1- Supply, Installation testing & commissioning of Single skin ventilation unit with backward Spec. As directed
curved / forward curved centrifugal DIDW fan, Cleanable pre filter 90% efficiency down to 10 microns by Engineer-Inand outlet dampers with fire retarding Canvass connection. Outlet velocity shall be less than 9.5 m/s &
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Suitable for out door applications. Sound level shall be less than 71 dBA @ 1m distance.All other
parameters as per the technical specifications given in the tender
1
3
3
Item No:31.1.1- Supply Capacity 22500 CFM,25 mm Total static pressure for Lower Basement
Item No:31.1.2- Supply Capacity 15600 CFM,35 mm Total static pressure for Staircse
Pressurisation(ST-1, ST-2 & ST-3)
Item No:31.1.3- Lift Well Pressurisation fans -4000 cfm, 25 mm static pressure
Sub- Total of Item No. 31.0
350000.00
300000.00
Nos.
Nos.
350000.00
900000.00
66500.00
Nos.
199500.00
1449500.00
427500.00
No.
427500.00
Item No:32- ELECTRICAL WORKS:
Item No:32.1- Supply, installation, testing and commissioning of Cubical type sectinalised floor Spec. As directed
standing Panel by CPRI apprved firms of 31 MVA fault capacity at 415 V complete with 4 by Engineer-Instrip, 630 A capacity Aluminium Bus - Bar Electrolytic grade E-91, cable alley, switchgears suitable
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for AC-23 duty & of following capacity & as per specification given in the tender.
a) INCOMER
630 A manually operated draw out type 4 Pole MCCB with overload, short ckt., earth fault, Spec. As directed
protection release, with 144 mm (0 -630 A) ammeter with 3 CT and selector switch, 144 mm (0 - 500 V) by Engineer-InVoltmeter with selector switch, phase indication light with protection fuse, on / off / trip indicating light
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with protection fuse. SET 02
OUTGOINGS
Item No:32.1.1- For 3 Nos. Water-cooled Chilling Machine (3W+0S)
250 A manually operated draw out type 4P ACB
with overload, earth fault protection with (0 - 800A)
ammeter with three CT & selector switch, on / off /
trip indication light with protection fuses. SET - 04
Item No:32.1.2- For 3 Nos. 11 Kw Chilled Water Pumps
63 A TPN MCCB with 32 A star delta starter, overload relay, start/stop push buttons, ammeter (0-60A) Spec. As directed
with three CT & selector switch, on/off/trip indication lights with SP MCB, single phase preventer & auto / by Engineer-Inmanual mode selector switch. SET 03
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Item No:32.1.3- For 3 Nos. 11 Kw Condenser Water Pumps
Item No:32.2- 63 A TPN MCCB with 25 A star delta starter, overload relay, start/stop push buttons, Spec. As directed
ammeter (0-60A) with three CT & selector switch, on/off/trip indication lights with SP MCB, single by Engineer-Inphase preventer & auto / manual mode selector switch. SET - 04
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1
For 3 Nos. (1 x 7.5 HP - Each Tower) Cooling Towers.
Item No:32.3- ELECTRICAL SUB-PANEL FOR AHU'S & VENTILATION FANS
Item No:1- Supply, installation, testing and commissioning of Cubical wall mounted type switch board Spec. As directed
as detailed below & switch gears
by Engineer-InCharge
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
18
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Item No:32.4- 40 A TPN MCB with 16 A DOL starter, overload relay, start / stop push buttons,
phase indication lights with protection fuse, on / off / trip indication lights with protection fuse, single
phase preventer & auto / manual mode selector switch. Set - 01
Controls & interlocking accessories as required.
Fan Motor UPTO 3.70 Kw
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
11875.00
NO.
213750.00
14250.00
NO.
213750.00
17575.00
NO.
70300.00
21375.00
NO.
42750.00
968050.00
1071.60
Rmt
128592.00
128592.00
510.15
475.00
272.65
237.50
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
76522.50
71250.00
54530.00
35625.00
237927.50
Item No:32.5- 40 A TPN MCB with 25 A DOL starter, overload relay, start / stop push buttons, Spec. As directed
phase indication lights with protection fuse, on / off / trip indication lights with protection fuse, single by Engineer-Inphase preventer & auto / manual mode selector switch. Controls & interlocking accessories
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15
as required.
Fan Motor 5.5 Kw
Item No:32.6- 40 A TPN MCB with 16 A Star Delta starter, overload relay, start / stop push Spec. As directed
buttons, phase indication lights with protection fuse, on / off / trip indication lights with protection fuse, by Engineer-Insingle phase preventer & auto / manual mode selector switch. Controls & interlocking accessories as
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required.
4
Fan Motor 7.5 Kw
Item No:32.7- 63 A TPN MCB with 25 A Star Delta starter, overload relay, start / stop push Spec. As directed
buttons, phase indication lights with protection fuse, on / off / trip indication lights with protection fuse, by Engineer-Insingle phase preventer & auto / manual mode selector switch. Controls & interlocking accessories as
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required.
2
Fan Motor 9.3 / 11.0 Kw
Sub- Total of Item No. 32.0
120
Item No:33- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of 1100 V, Cu , PVC armoured cables with Spec. As directed
gland,lugs and termination all other parameter as per techical specification mensioned in tender
by Engineer-InCharge
3.5 C X 185 sq. mm
Sub- Total of Item No. 33.0
Item No: 34- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of 1100 V, copper armoured, PVC insulated Spec. As directed
cables including Gland,Lugs & Termination all other parameter as per techical specification mensioned in by Engineer-Intender
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150
150
200
150
4 C X 10 Sqmm.
4 C X 6 Sqmm.
4 C X 4 Sqmm.
4 C X 2.5 Sqmm.
Sub- Total of Item No. 34.0
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
Page 192 of 204
400
120
Item No: 35- Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of 1100 V, copper un-armoured, PVC Spec. As directed
insulated cables includingearthing and cable trays for dressing whereever necessary.
by Engineer-InCharge
2C X 1.5 Sq. mm
3C X 1.5 Sq. mm
2C X 2.5 Sq. mm
3C X 2.5 Sq. mm
Sub- Total of Item No. 35.0
Item No:36- EARTHING:
Item No:1- Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of earthing for chiller,pumps,AHU's and Spec. As directed
Fans.as per tender specification.
by Engineer-InCharge
6 / 8 / 10 SWG GI double earthing
25 x 6 mm GI double earth strip
RO
50 x 6 mm GI double earth strip
100
200
100
100
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
152.00
166.25
161.50
173.85
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
Rmt
15200.00
33250.00
16150.00
17385.00
81985.00
23.75
142.50
Rmt
Rmt
9500.00
17100.00
237.50
Rmt
0.00
Sub- Total of Item No. 36.0
26600.00
Item No:37- CABLE TRAYS:
Item No:37.1- Supply and installation of ladder type/perforated type cable trays of the following sizes Spec. As directed
fabricated out of perforated hot dip galvanised MS sheets of minimum 2 mm thick with 50 mm by Engineer-Inflange to be installed horizontally or vertically.
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The cable tray shall be complete including cost of bends, elbows, cross, tees, reducers etc as per
drawings/ site condition and rate shall include cost of anchor fasteners, screws, nuts, bolts and misc.
other fixing hardware painting of support structure etc as required.
50
50
50
200
150
Item No:37.1.1- 450 mm wide
Item No:37.1.2-300 mm wide
Item No:37.1.3-150 mm wide
Item No:37.1.4-100 mm wide
Item No:37.1.5-50 mm wide
522.50
427.50
285.00
261.25
237.50
Sub- Total of Item No. 37.0
1
1
3
2
1
Item No:38-Supply and Installation of of VRF sytem for VIP Room and Multipurpose Hall of following Spec. As directed
capacity.
by Engineer-InCharge
Item No:38.1-Out door unit (10HP + 8 HP) 18HP
Item No:38.2-Cu piping with insulation
Item No:38.3-Cassette unit with cordless remote
4 TR
3 TR
Item No:38.4-Electrical Cabling (communication cable and supply cabling)
Sub- Total of Item No. 38.0
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Rmt.
Rmt.
Rmt.
Rmt.
Rmt.
26125.00
21375.00
14250.00
52250.00
35625.00
149625.00
200000.00
60000.00
200000.00
60000.00
70000.00
59000.00
38000.00
210000.00
118000.00
38000.00
626000.00
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
Signature of Tenderer
Page 193 of 204
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
TOTAL FOR HVAC WORKS
35412049.17
SAY
35412049.00
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
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ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation
Name of Work :- Supply, Installation, Testing & Commissioning of HVAC System at Auditorium on Plot No. 37 at Sector 5, Airoli, Navi Mumbai.
Retender Notice No. :- NMMC/ ELEC/ JCE/ 30 /2015-2016
SUMMARY - B
SR. No.
DESCRIPTION OF ITEMS
AMOUNT
PART A - HVAC
1.0
Water Cooled Screw Chiller
8872088.86
2.0
Pumps
671415.92
3.0
Cooling Tower
589137.75
4.0
Air Handling Units
3030082.00
5.0
Chilled Water Piping
2347812.90
6.0
Valves
1407858.39
7.0
SI T & C of Rubber Bellow
315734.40
8.0
Condenser Water piping
212724.00
9.0
SI T & C UPVC pipes
74812.50
10.0 Drain Arrangement
30566.25
11.0 SI T & C Automatic Air Vents
21375.00
12.0 Dial type pressure gauges
219307.50
13.0 Dial type Temperature Gauge
147487.50
14.0 Expansion Tank
42750.00
15.0 Drain and overflow connections
12825.00
16.0 Ducting and Accessories - Air conditioning system
2806550.00
17.0 SI T & C duct thermal insulation
2056275.00
18.0 SI T & C Acoustic Lining of duct
961875.00
19.0 Supply & Fixing Room Acoustic insulation
661770.00
20.0 Supply & Fixing under deck Roof insulation
0.00
87210.00
21.00 Supply & Fixing Aluminum powder coated square diffusers with VCD
78000.00
22.00 Supply & Fixing Aluminum powder coated square diffusers without VCD
280523.70
23.00 Supply & fixing of 4- way Swirl Diffuser with VCD
72675.00
24.00 Supply & fixing of round type Jet Nozzles of Aluminium alloy extrusion
161500.00
25.00 Supply & fixing of Volume Control Dampers with Opposed blade dampers
323000.00
26.00 Providing and fixing of aluminum Linear Bar Grills in powder coated
315875.00
27.00 Fire & Smoke Dampers
5774138.00
28.00 Basement car park ventilation systems
24000.00
29.00 Plant Room Ventilation
144400.00
30.00 Toilets Exhaust Fans
1449500.00
31.00 Fresh Air Unit
968050.00
32.00 Electrical works:
128592.00
33.00 Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of 1100 V, Cu , PVC armoured cables
237927.50
34.00 Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of 1100 V, copper armoured,
81985.00
35.00 Supply,installation,testing and commissioning of 1100 V, copper un-armoured
26600.00
36.00 EARTHING:
149625.00
37.00 CABLE TRAYS:
626000.00
38.00 Supply and Installation of of VRF sytem
GRAND TOTAL
35412049.17
SAY
35412049.00
Total (Contractors Quoted Percentage (+/-)
(In Word ………………………………………………………………………………………….....)
Quoted Amount Rs. : (In Word ………………………………………………………………………………………….....)
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
Page 195 of 204
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
NAVI MUMBAI MUNICIPAL CORPORATION
HEAD OFFICE BUILDING, BELAPUR, NAVI MUMBAI
DRAWINGS
Retender Notice No. :- NMMC/ ELEC/ JCE/ 30 /2015-2016
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
Page 196 of 204
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
PRELIMINARY
APPROVED
SIGN
DATE
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3
R2
R1
REV
1.12.14
25.10.14
23.08.14
23.08.14
23.08.14
3.04.14
3.04.14
DATE
PROJECT:
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
REMARKS
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
DRN APRD
PROPOSED HVAC WORK AT AIROLI
AUDITORIUM NAVI MUMBAI
CLIENT:
ARCHITECT:
TITLE:
SAINI ENGINEERING & CONSULTANCY
DRN
MANISHA
APRD J.GUPTA
SCALE
No. of Corrections
R0.
1:100
DATE 11/12/2013 PAPER:A1
Signature of Tenderer
DWG NO
SEAC/HVAC/DWG-09
R7
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
Page 197 of 204
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
PRELIMINARY
APPROVED
SIGN
DATE
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3
R2
R1
REV
1.12.14
25.10.14
23.08.14
23.08.14
23.08.14
3.04.14
3.04.14
DATE
PROJECT:
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
REMARKS
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
DRN APRD
PROPOSED HVAC WORK AT AIROLI
AUDITORIUM NAVI MUMBAI
CLIENT:
ARCHITECT:
TITLE:
SAINI ENGINEERING & CONSULTANCY
DRN
MANISHA
APRD J.GUPTA
SCALE
No. of Corrections
R0.
1:100
DATE 11/12/2013 PAPER:A1
Signature of Tenderer
DWG NO
SEAC/HVAC/DWG-09
R7
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
Page 198 of 204
ENTRY
WAY TO B
ASEMENT
+ 0.30 M
IN
NOTE:
RAMP DO
WN TO 1S
T BASEM
ENT
RAMP DN
RATIO 1:10
Damper Only supply air grill
FOO
TPAT
1.2 M COMPOUND WALL
LIFT
2.0x2.0
18 17 16 15
TPAT
H
32
FOO
BOOKING OFFICE
+0.60M
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
C2,C3,C4
,C40,C41,C42
BASEME
FOR
NTS AND
GRD
REMOVABEL CORE
+ 0.45 M
D'
T= 0.300m
R= 0.154m
PASSAGE
1
UP
E.D
T= 0.300m
R= 0.154m
PASSAG
E1
UP
ILL SECOND
C8,C16 FOR
ALL ABOVE
FLOORS
DN
T= 0.250m
R= 0.150m
WOODEN BATTEN
RAMP FOR ACCESSING
THE HYDRAULIC LIFT
C5,C6,C3
3,C39 C43
+2.60 M
ENTRY/EXIT1
FOR V.I.P/
FRONT ROW
FLOOR
WAITING
4.38 X 2.50
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
BASEMENT
LINE
C2,C3,C4
,C40
BASEMENTS ,C41,C42 FOR
AND GRD
T= 0.250m
R= 0.150m
C7, C36 UPT
FC1,FC2,FC3 FOR
GRD,1ST,
2ND,3RD, 4TH FLR
SCREW
C2,C3,C4
,C40,C41
,C42 FOR
BASEME
NTS AND
GRD
C5,C6,C3
3,C39 C43
LIFT LOBBY
+0.60M
T= 0.250m
R= 0.154m
GRILL INSTALLATION
HYDRAULIC
SCISSOR LIFT
+0.60M
C10,C
30
BASE FOR
MENT
AND
GRD S
FLR
+ 0.30 M
GATE
( ENTR 4
Y)
21 20 19
C1A FOR ALL FLOORS
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
24 23 22
DAMPER
DUCT
FC1,FC2,FC3 FOR
GRD,1ST,
2ND,3RD, 4TH FLR
LIFT
2.0x2.0
COLLAR
H
GA T
( EN E 3
TRY
)
C-C
EL02
PLOT BOUNDARY
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
M.S GATE
C12,C32 FOR
BASEMENT
AND GRD FLR
SOLAR LIGHT
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
2.0TR
ADMINISTRATION
3.10 X 6.40
M
+0.60
ENTRANCE FOYER
+ 0.60 M
STORAGE
STAGE BELOW
9.77 x 19.29
+0.60M
HEAD OF ADMIN'S
CABIN
3.10 X 3.10
C20,C21 FOR
BASEMENT
AND GRD
UP
ENTRY/ EXIT
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
EL01
B-B
LOBBY
LIFT
2.0 x 2.0
+ 0.60 M
RETURN AIR DIFFUSER FIXING DETAIL
+ 0.00 M
E.D
UP
SUPPLY AIR DIFFUSER FIXING DETAIL
+ 0.15 M
T= 0.300m
R= 0.160m
DN
C34 FOR
ELEVATION
BOXING
ALL FLO
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
STRUCTURAL
GLAZING
C11,C31 FOR
ALL FLOORS
WAITING
4.38 X 2.50
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
R
30 FO
C10,C NTS
ME
BASE D FLR
GR
AND
OR
OND FLO
ILL SEC
C7, C36 UPT
C12,C32 FOR
BASEMENT
AND GRD FLR
M.S GRILL
UP
ENTRY
FRONT ROW
+2.60 M
25 26
T= 0.350m
R= 0.166m
T= 0.250m
R= 0.154m
ORS
C5,C6,C33,C39 C43
M.S GRILL
SOLAR LIGHT
M.S GATE
H
UP
GATE
( EXIT 5
)
+ 0.30 M
,C42 FOR
,C40,C41
C2,C3,C4
AND GRD
BASEMENTS
BASEMENT LINE
F'
,C42 FOR
,C40,C41
C2,C3,C4
GRD
NTS AND
BASEME
OUT
H
RAMP EXIT
T
BASEMEN
FROM 1ST
N
RAMP D
RATIO 1:10
TPAT
LIFT
2.50x2.10
ACC
0
W.C
1.0X
1.35
,C42 FOR
,C40,C41
C2,C3,C4
GRD
NTS AND
BASEME
HAIR
PE 1:1
T= 0.250m
R= 0.150m
EL C
P SLO
UP
3,C39 C43
C5,C6,C3
W.C
1.0X
1.35
WHE
RAM
T= 0.300m
R= 0.154m
E2
PASSAG
UP
DN
ESS
20
25
C37 FOR ALL FLOORS
24
23
22
UP
T= 0.300m
R= 0.154m2
E
PASSAG
3,C39 C43
C5,C6,C3
HORIZONTAL
FIN
RAMP
ROOF LINE
FOO
FOO
TPAT
BASEMENT
LINE
+ 0.30 M
LIFT
2.0 x 2.0
AUDIO SYSTEM
FOR
MAIN THEATER
B.M.S CONTROL
ROOM
3.10 X 6.40
DUCT HANGERS , SUPPORTS & G.I.SHEET DETAIL
C20,C21 FOR
BASEMENT
AND GRD
2.0TR
C27,C35,C38
FOR ALL
FLRS
M.S GRILL
CANOPY
PERFORMER'S
C18,C19,C25,
C26 FOR
BASEMENT
AND GRD
TRIPLE HEIGHT
ENTRANCE FOYER
M.S GATE
WHEEL CHAIR
ACCESS
H
C18,C19,C25,
C26 FOR
BASEMENT
AND GRD
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
CANOPY
RAMP SLOPE
1:8
SERVICE
ENTRY/ EXIT &
LOADING
LOBBY
/UNLOADING
+ 0.60 M
2.0TR
1.2M WIDE PASSAGE
ANC
E
ENTR
MAIN
GAT
( EN E 2
TRY
)
+ 0.3
0M
GLASS PARTITION
SLAB LINE ABOVE
HORIZONTAL
FIN
P.D.
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C18,C19,C25,
C26 FOR
BASEMENT
AND GRD
C17,C24 FOR
ALL FLRS
EXCEPT 4TH
C8,C16 FOR
ALL ABOVE
FLOORS
MSEB HT
METER ROOM
5.35 X 3.44
HT PANEL
ROOM
3.76 X 3.65
FOO
TPAT
A-A
EL0
1
HT
C-C
11 M
WIDE
ROA
D
FOOD COUNTER
C14 FOR
ALL FLO
ORS
D-D
EL02
GAT
( ENT E 1
RY )
+ 0.30 M
+ 0.30 M
F
nical
r Mecha
Duct Fo
.
n
o
ti
Ventila
PRELIMINARY
1.2 M COMPOUND WALL
GROUND FLOOR PLAN LEVEL
SIGN
DATE
R7 1.12.14 Revised as per architecture layout
R6 25.10.14 Revised as per architecture layout
R5 23.08.14 Revised as per architecture layout
N
SCALE - 1:250
R4 23.08.14
R3 23.08.14
R2 3.04.14
R1 3.04.14
REV DATE
PROJECT:
ADMIN &
B.M.S ROOM
APPROVED
STORAGE
BELOW STAGE
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Revised as per architecture layout
Manisha
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
REMARKS
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
DRN APRD
PROPOSED HVAC WORK AT AIROLI
AUDITORIUM NAVI MUMBAI
CLIENT:
LOBBY
MAIN ENTRANCE LOBBY
ARCHITECT:
TITLE:
1ST BASEMENT
LOBBY
2st BASEMENT FLOOR
SAINI ENGINEERING & CONSULTANCY
2ND BASEMENT
LOBBY
1st BASEMENT FLOOR
DRN
MANISHA
APRD J.GUPTA
SCALE
No. of Corrections
REV
SEAC/HVAC/DWG-02
R7
1:100
PAPER:A1
DATE 11/12/2013 PAPER:
Signature of Tenderer
DWG NO
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
Page 199 of 204
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
C-C
EL02
HORIZONTAL
FIN
LOUVERED
WINDOW
NOTE:
Damper Only supply air grill
COLLAR
DAMPER
FC1
900Ø
C2
18 17 16
C2,C3,C4,
C40,C41,C
1ST FLR
42 FOR
LIFT
2.0x2.0
LIFT
2.0x2.0
C3
300x1400
REMOVABEL CORE
7 6 5
4
3
2
1
C1A
1515x300
C4
300x1400
DN
UP
LOBBY
T= 0.250m
R= 0.156m
T= 0.250m
R= 0.150m
MALE T
OILET
WOODEN BATTEN
C2,C3,C4,
C40,C41,C
42 FOR
1ST FLR
C1A FOR ALL FLOORS
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
SCREW
300x1400
C2,C3,C4,
C40,C41,C
42 FOR
1ST FLR
21 20 19
DUCT
24 23 22
C5
300x1500
C5,C6,C33
C6
,C39 C43
+5.90 M
DN
E.D
GRILL INSTALLATION
300x1500
C5,C6,C33
,C3
9 C43
C7, C36 UPT
ILL SECON
D FLOOR
600x4150
C8,C16 FOR
ALL ABOVE
FLOORS
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C8
FC2
C9
900Ø
900Ø
600Ø
C10
900Ø
HYDRAULIC
SCISSOR LIFT
C12
C10,C3
FIRST 0 FOR
FLOO
R
ELEVATION
BOXING
BACK STAGE
+3.80 M
C7
A.H.U LOCATION
450x1100
C13
C11
HANDICAP
SEATING
UP
C14 FOR
ALL FLO
ORS
TOILET
1.38 X 2.10
E.D
STRUCTURAL
GLAZING
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
600x600 FLOORS
700Ø
ELEVATION
BOXING
1.20M HIGH
GLASS RAILING
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
ENTRY/
EXIT 3
P.D.
C14
300x600
HORIZONTAL
FIN
C15
600x600
DUCT HANGERS , SUPPORTS & G.I.SHEET DETAIL
DRESSING ROOM
5.91 x 6.85
C8,C16 FOR
ALL ABOVE
FLOORS
C18
C17
C19
900Ø
+5.90 M
+3.30 M
LIGHT & SOUND
CONTROL
ROOM
+5.90 M
C21
C20
C26
C25
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
STAGE
10.30 x 19.29
+3.80 M
2.50 M WIDE CROSS OVER
900Ø
+2.60 M
900Ø
PROMPTER'S
PIT
SPILL OUT AREA 1
C16
FC3
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C22
LIFT
2.0 x 2.0
600x600
LOBBY
C24
C23
900Ø
900Ø
E.D
ENTRY/
EXIT 4
+ 0.60 M
C27
ELEVATION
BOXING
UP
900Ø
HANDICAP
SEATING
C34
C11,C31 FOR
ALL FLOORS
0 FOR
C10,C3 FLOOR
FIRST
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C28
C31
700Ø
C32
C30
600Ø
450x1100
C29
900Ø
1500x300
2980x300
C5,C6,C33,C39 C43
STRUCTURAL
GLAZING
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
T= 0.300m
R= 0.171m
DN
UP
C33
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
LIFT
2.0 x 2.0
+3.80 M
BACK STAGE
+3.80 M
900Ø
D FLOOR
ILL SECON
C7, C36 UPT
+5.90 M
C37
2400x300
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
18
17
LOBBY
DN
,C39 C43
C5,C6,C33
C43
300x1500
C42
300x1400
42 FOR
C40,C41,C
C2,C3,C4,
1ST FLR
UP
C37 FOR ALL FLOORS
24
23
22
21
20
T= 0.350m
R= 0.150m
T= 0.250m
R= 0.150m
FOR
STEEL
RAILING
C35
900Ø
C36
600x4150
42
C40,C41,C
C2,C3,C4,
1ST FLR
DN
STEEL
STAIRCASE
LIFT
2.50x2.09
LIFT
2.50x2.09
HORIZONTAL
FIN
C41
300x1400
42 FOR
C40,C41,C
C40
300x1400
,C39 C43
C5,C6,C33
C39
HORIZONTAL
FIN
300x1500
APPROVED
SIGN
DATE
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3
R2
R1
REV
C2,C3,C4,
1ST FLR
10
13 12 11
16 15 14
PRELIMINARY
1.12.14
25.10.14
23.08.14
23.08.14
23.08.14
3.04.14
3.04.14
DATE
PROJECT:
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
REMARKS
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
DRN APRD
PROPOSED HVAC WORK AT AIROLI
AUDITORIUM NAVI MUMBAI
CLIENT:
ARCHITECT:
TITLE:
SAINI ENGINEERING & CONSULTANCY
1600.00
800.00
DRN
MANISHA
APRD J.GUPTA
SCALE
No. of Corrections
R0.
SEAC/HVAC/DWG-03
R7
1:100
PAPER:A1
DATE 11/12/2013 PAPER:
Signature of Tenderer
DWG NO
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
Page 200 of 204
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
C-C
SA13
FIN
NOTE:
FC1
900Ø
17 16 1514
300x1400
SCREW
C2,C3,C4,
C40,C41,C
42 FOR
2ND FLR
LIFT
2.0x2.0
C3
300x1400
C2,C3,C4,
C40,C41,C
42 FOR
2ND FLR
C1A FOR ALL FLOORS
6 5
4
3
2
1
C1A
1515x300
REMOVABEL CORE
C4
DN
LOBBY
300x1400
STORE
R00M
2.35 X 5.32
UP
T= 0.250m
R= 0.150m
PANTRY
300x1500
C5,C6,C33
C6
,C39 C43
E.Duct
C7, C36 UPT
D FLOOR
21.TR
FLOOR MOUNTED
C7UNIT
AIR HANDLING
AIR QTY:8400CFM.
600x4150
SIZE:L2550xD1850xH980
UP
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C8
1050X500
8400CFM
C9
900Ø
300x1500
,C39 C43
S.H
1.5X1.29
W.C
1.5X1.0
C10
900Ø
W.C
1.5X1.0
C12,C32 FOR
2ND 3RD AND
4TH FLR
450x1100
STRUCTURAL
GLAZING
C13
C12
C11
700Ø
W.C
1.5X1.0
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
600x600 FLOORS
600Ø
C14 FOR
ALL FLOORS
FC3
C17,C24 FOR
ALL FLRS
EXCEPT 4TH
C8,C16 FOR
ALL ABOVE
FLOORS
MULTIPURPOSE
HALL
22.80 x 8.00
+9.50 M
C16
900Ø
UP
HORIZONTAL
FIN
C15
600x600
DUCT HANGERS , SUPPORTS & G.I.SHEET DETAIL
C18
C17
STAGE
BELOW
C19
900Ø
+3.80 M
1050X500
8400CFM
146
C14
300x600
12#450x450 S.A.&R.A.GRILL
1400CFM FOR EACH
B.D.550X250
21.TR
FLOOR MOUNTED
AIR HANDLING UNIT
AIR QTY:8400CFM.
SIZE:L2550xD1850xH980
+12.70 M
900Ø
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
550X400
2800CFM
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C21
C20
400X700
4800CFM
FEMALE
DRESSING ROOM
6.67 x 8.84
CROSS
OVER BELOW
FULL HEIGHT
GLAZING
P.D.
E.D
700X250
4200CFM
550X250
1400CFM
GRILL INSTALLATION
C5,C6,C33
C10,C
30
SECO FOR
ND
FLOO
R
C8,C16 FOR
ALL ABOVE
FLOORS
CH.RM CH.R
M C
H
1.19X1.5 1.19
X1.5 1 .RM
.19X1.5
BACK
STAGE
BELOW
ILL SECON
900Ø
WOODEN BATTEN
C5
+9.50 M
FC2
C22
600x600
LOBBY
+ 7.40 M
LIFT
2.0 x 2.0
RETURN AIR DIFFUSER FIXING DETAIL
850X450
5600CFM
400X700
4800CFM
C24
C23
900Ø
900Ø
E.D
550X400
2800CFM
+ 0.60 M
900Ø
LIFT
2.0 x 2.0
C26
C25
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
T= 0.300m
R= 0.171m
DN
UP
8#700X200 SAC
FOR 800CFM PER EACH.
WIDE 200mm S.A & R.A CONT. GRILL
C34 FOR
900Ø
W.B.
W.C.
1.5X1.0
W.C.
1.5X1.0
300x1400
HORIZONTAL
FIN
C41
300x1400
1000CFM INLINE EXHAUST
FAN
42 FOR
C40,C41,C
C2,C3,C4,
2ND FLR
300x1500
C42
T
W.C. 150X100
83CFM
1.5X1.0
FOR
W.C.
1.5X1.0
W.C.
1.5X1.0
C43
W.C.
1.5X1.0
,C41,C42
P
HANDICA
TOI.
1.8X3.30
,C39 C43
C5,C6,C33
C40
C2,C3,C4,
2ND FLR
LIFT
2.50x2.09
W.B.
OILET
FEMALE T
8
4.15 X 3.3
W.C.
1.5X1.0
FOR
LIFT
2.50x2.09
1.8 M WID
BACK
STAGE
BELOW
150X100
83CFM
,C41,C42
E
LOBBY
PASSAGE
URINAL.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
C37 FOR ALL FLOORS
C37
T= 0.350m
R= 0.150m
600x4150
C40
C2,C3,C4,
2ND FLR
D FLOOR
C36
+9.50 M
UP
600Ø
900Ø
ILL SECON
C35
C32
450x1100
C7, C36 UPT
900Ø
700Ø
C30
C29
C34
2980x300
SA13
A-A
0 FOR
C10,C3
ND
SECO
R
FLOO
C28
UP
ORS
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C31
ALL FLO
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C11,C31 FOR
ALL FLOORS
1500x300
C5,C6,C33,C39 C43
C33
2400x300
SUPPLY AIR DIFFUSER FIXING DETAIL
B-B
SA13
UP
C27
DUCT
10 9 8
7
LIFT
2.0x2.0
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
DAMPER
C2
13 12 11
C2,C3,C4,
C40,C41,C
42 FOR
2ND FLR
FC1,FC2,FC3 FOR
GRD,1ST,
2ND,3RD, 4TH FLR
COLLAR
Damper Only supply air grill
CUT-OUT250X150
@50MM BELOW SLAB/BEAM
C40
300x1400
10
13 12 11
16 15 14
C39
C38
PRELIMINARY
HORIZONTAL
FIN
,C39 C43
C5,C6,C33
R4
R3
R2
R1
REV
ROOF FLOOR LEVEL
21.90 M
ROOF FLOOR LEVEL
MUMTY LEVEL
21.40M
3.20
TERRACE FLOOR LEVEL 9
18.20M
6.10.14 Revised as per architecture comments Manisha
23.08.14 Revised as per architecture comments Manisha
3.04.14 Revised as per architecture layout
Manisha
3.04.14 Revised as per architecture layout
Manisha
DRN APRD
REMARKS
DATE
PROJECT:
MAIN DUCT
5.20
21.90 M
3.60
FOURTH FLOOR LEVEL 8
16.70 M
FOURTH FLOOR LEVEL 7
14.60M
PROPOSED HVAC WORK AT AIROLI
AUDITORIUM NAVI MUMBAI
CLIENT:
PROPOSED BULKHEAD SIZE
CHANGE
THIRD FLOOR LEVEL 6
13.10 M
SIGN
DATE
SA13
C-C
300x1500
900Ø
APPROVED
3.60
400X400
AHU
SECOND FLOOR LEVEL 4
ARCHITECT:
THIRD FLOOR LEVEL 5
11.00M
400X450
T
9.50M
3.60
TITLE:
375 X 375 COLLAR
SECOND FLOOR LEVEL 3
7.40M
FIRST FLOOR LEVEL 2
5.90M
3.20
00.00M
PLINTH FL LVL
00.60M
0.60
0.60
GROUND FL LVL
400 LISTED SIZE
JET NOZZEL
SCREW/BOLT-4NOS
1ST FLOOR LEVEL 1
3.80M
5.30
PLINTH FL LVL
0.60M
GROUND FL LVL
00.0M
SAINI ENGINEERING & CONSULTANCY
JET NOZZLE FIXING DETAILS
1st BASEMENT LVL
-3.45M
1st BASEMENT LVL
-3.45M
2nd BASEMENT LVL
DRN
-6.65M
MANISHA
SCALE
DWG NO
R0.
SEAC/HVAC/DWG-04
R7
2nd BASEMENT LVL
-6.65M
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ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
FIN
C-C
SA13
NOTE:
COLLAR
Damper Only supply air grill
FC1,FC2,FC3 FOR
GRD,1ST,
2ND,3RD, 4TH FLR
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
C1A
1515x300
DN
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
300x1400
W.B
1.62
LOBBY
+13.10 M
T= 0.250m
R= 0.150m
W.C
1.0X1.5
W.C
1.0X1.5
W.C
1.0X1.5
W.C
1.0X1.5
W.C
1.0X1.5
REMOVABEL CORE
C4
300x1400
9.35
C5
MAMLA
ELTEOTILOEILE
9.35 X 5 T T
.32
WOODEN BATTEN
300x1500
C5,C6,C33
C6
,C39 C43
CH.RM CH.R
M CH.R
M
1.19X1.5 1.19
X1.5 1.19
X1.5
E.D
300x1500
,C39 C43
600x4150
FC1,FC2,FC3 FOR
GRD,1ST,
2ND,3RD, 4TH FLR
C8,C16 FOR
ALL ABOVE
FLOORS
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
FC2
C8
C9
900Ø
C10
900Ø
C13
C12
C11
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
600x600 FLOORS
600Ø
C14 FOR
ALL FLO
ORS
C14
300x600
HORIZONTAL
FIN
C15
600x600
8.84
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
P.D.
P.D.
MALE
DRESSING ROOM
6.47 x 8.84
E.D
+13.80 M
FOOD
COUNTER
UIRE
D
8.03 4.5 M)
M
MALE T
OILET
4.50 x 3
.80
URINAL
450x1100
700Ø
(REQ
W.C
1.5X1.0
CONTROL
ROOM
2.50 X 7.10
UP
GRILL INSTALLATION
C5,C6,C33
W.C
1.5X1.0
C7
+13.10 M
900Ø
SCREW
C3
LIFT
2.0x2.0
LIFT
2.0x2.0
DUCT
C1A FOR ALL FLOORS
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
300x1400
17 16 1514
1.55
FC1
900Ø
DAMPER
C2
6.47
C8,C16 FOR
ALL ABOVE
FLOORS
C18
+12.70 M
C17
900Ø
900Ø
C19
DN
C21
C20
UP
LIFT
2.0 x 2.0
600x600
LOBBY
+11.00 M
900Ø
900Ø
FOOD
COUNTER
C27
900Ø
T= 0.300m
R= 0.171m
DN
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C28
UP
C30
600Ø
C36
TOILET
FEMALE .32
10.71X5
C42
W.C
W.C
J.R.M
1.0X1.5
.5
1
X
.0
1
1.0X1.5
LIFT
2.50x2.09
LIFT
2.50x2.09
300x1500
300x1400
W.C
W.C
1.0X1.5
1.0X1.5
(REQUIRED 4.5 M)
DEAD WALL 4.82
C37 FOR ALL FLOORS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C43
LOBBY
+13.10 M
T= 0.250m
R= 0.150m
(REQ
U
DEAD IRED 4.5
M)
WALL
4.50
M
,C39 C43
C5,C6,C33
900Ø
C41
300x1400
C40
300x1400
10
13 12 11
16 15 14
HORIZONTAL
FIN
PRELIMINARY
300x1500
SA13
C-C
ROOF FLOOR LEVEL
21.90 M
ROOF FLOOR LEVEL
MUMTY LEVEL
21.40M
21.90 M
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3
R2
R1
REV
1.12.14
25.10.17
23.08.14
23.08.14
23.08.14
3.04.14
3.04.14
DATE
PROJECT:
5.20
CLADDING
3.20
3.20
TRUSS
TERRACE FLOOR LEVEL 9
18.20M
FOURTH FLOOR LEVEL 8
16.70 M
TERRACE
APPROVED
SIGN
DATE
HORIZONTAL
FIN
C43
C39
900Ø
2.13
W.C
W.C
X1.35
W.C
.35 1.0
1
X
.0
.C
1
W
1.35
X
.0
W.C
1
1.0X1.35
1.0X1.35
600x4150
C38
2.13
900Ø
C35
,C39
C5,C6,C33
2.70
SOUND / LIGHT
CONTROL
2.88X 6.34
C32
450x1100
C29
900Ø
C31
700Ø
C34
2980x300
SA13
A-A
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
1500x300
C5,C6,C33,C39 C43
C11,C31 FOR
ALL FLOORS
T= 0.350m
R= 0.150m
SUPPLY AIR DIFFUSER FIXING DETAIL
E.D
C33
C37
(REQ
UIRE
D
6.00 4.5 M)
M
LIFT
2.0 x 2.0
UP
2400x300
RETURN AIR DIFFUSER FIXING DETAIL
C24
C23
+13.10 M
C22
+13.80 M
SPILL OUT AREA 2
C26
C25
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
R7 1
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
B-B
SA13
2.50 M WIDE CROSS OVER
C16
FC3
900Ø
DUCT HANGERS , SUPPORTS & G.I.SHEET DETAIL
UP
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
REMARKS
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
DRN APRD
PROPOSED HVAC WORK AT AIROLI
AUDITORIUM NAVI MUMBAI
LOBBY
3.60
CLIENT:
THIRD FLOOR LEVEL 6
13.10 M
SOUND
LOBBY
LOBBY
3.60
SPILL OUT AREA
FOURTH FLOOR LEVEL 7
14.60M
PASSAGE
LOBBY
MULTIPURPOSE
HALL
SECOND FLOOR LEVEL 4
LIFT SHAFT
STRUCTURAL
GLAZING
DOOR
DOOR
PASSAGE
THIRD FLOOR LEVEL 5
11.00M
ARCHITECT:
TITLE:
3.60
9.50M
FIRST FLOOR LEVEL 2
LIGHT & SOUND
CONTROL
ROOM
CANOPY
SECOND FLOOR LEVEL 3
7.40M
LOBBY
SAINI ENGINEERING & CONSULTANCY
FIRE PASSAGE
5.90M
STAGE
CROSS OVER
1ST FLOOR LEVEL 1
3.80M
STORAGE
BELOW STAGE
LOBBY
GROUND FL LVL
PLINTH FL LVL
00.60M
0.60
3.20
1.20
3.65
2.45
5.75
MAIN ENTRANCE LOBBY
ADMIN &
B.M.S
ROOM
3.15
0.60
5.30
LOBBY
PLINTH FL LVL
0.60M
GROUND FL LVL
00.0M
00.00M
DRN
MANISHA
APRD J.GUPTA
SCALE
No. of Corrections
R0.
SEAC/HVAC/DWG-05
R7
1:100
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DATE 11/12/2013 PAPER:
Signature of Tenderer
DWG NO
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
Page 202 of 204
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
R6
R4
R4
R3
R2
R1
REV
25.10.14
23.08.14
23.08.14
23.08.14
3.04.14
3.04.14
DATE
PROJECT:
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
REMARKS
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
DRN APRD
PROPOSED HVAC WORK AT AIROLI
AUDITORIUM NAVI MUMBAI
CLIENT:
ARCHITECT:
TITLE:
SAINI ENGINEERING & CONSULTANCY
PRELIMINARY
APPROVED
SIGN
DRN
DATE
R7 1.12.14
REV DATE
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
Revised as per architecture layout
REMARKS
Manisha
DRN
MANISHA
APRD J.GUPTA
APRD
SCALE
DWG NO
REV
SEAC/HVAC/DWG-06
R7
1:100
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DATE 11/12/2013 PAPER:
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Page 203 of 204
MUMTY LEVEL
21.40M
BFV
8 (FINAL SIZE DEPENDING ON PLUMBING
CONSULTANT'S REVIEW.)
BFV
BFV
NRV
NRV
R7
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
BFV
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
T
T
PG
C-C
EL02
PLOT BOUNDRY
EB
EB
TERRACE FLOOR LEVEL 9
18.20M
3.00
EB
63.04
ROOF LINE
R8
C2,C3,C4,
C40,C41,C
42
FOR 4TH
FLR
4
C2,C3,C4,
C40,C41,C
42
FOR 4TH
FLR
C1A FOR ALL FLOORS
BUILDING LINE
BLOW
C2,C3,C4,
C40,C41,C
42
FOR 4TH
FLR
C51.2M HIGH PARAPET WALL
300x1500
C5,C6,C33
WFS WATER FLOW
SWITCH
3.00
FC1,FC2,FC3 FOR
GRD,1ST,
2ND,3RD, 4TH FLR
C-C
SA13
(REQUIRED
4.5 M)
4.80 M
(REQ
UIRE
D
4.50 4.5 M)
M
(REQUIR
3.00
1.80
ED 4.5 M
)
4.80 M
1.50
PS
LG
LEVEL GAUGE
EXPANSION TANK,STORAGE TANK
LS
LEVEL SWITCH
EXPANSION TANK,
300x1500
AUTO AIR VENT(AAV)
(REQ
UIRE
D
8.03 4.5 M)
M
C5,C6,C33
,C39 C43
FC1,FC2,FC3 FOR
GRD,1ST,
2ND,3RD, 4TH FLR
C8,C16 FOR
ALL ABOVE
FLOORS
3RD AND
CDSWTR,CHWTR PUMP OUT,AHU FAN DISH.
C6
,C39 C43
C7,C36 FOR
PRESSURE SWITCH
CONDENSER,CHILLER OUTLET
4TH FLR
PUMP
PP
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
COND.WTR ,CHILLED WTR & MAKE-UP WATER
TEMP.GAUGE.
COND-IN/OUT, CHILLER IN/OUT,
AHU ROOM CHILLED WATER HEADER
PR.TEST POINT
ALL AHU-CHWTR. IN/OUT
PRESSURE GAUGE.
COND-IN/OUT, CHILLER IN/OUT, PUMP-IN/OUT
AHU ROOM CHILLED WATER HEADER
TEMP.SENSOR
AS SHOWN
Y- STRAINER
ALL PUMP INLET
FLOAT VALVE
ALL COOLING TOWER/ EXPANSION TANK
PAN HUMIDIFIER
C10,C
30 FO
AND
4TH FL R 3RD
R
C13
600x600
T.S
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C14 FOR
ALL FLO
ORS
C14
300x600
P.D.
NRV NON RETURN VALVE
VALLEY
ALL PUMP OUT LET
M
C15
600x600
3-WAY-MXNG.VALVE
HORIZONTAL FINS ARE
PROVIDED ABOVE THE
PARAPET LVL
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
BALANCING VALVE
(BV)
M
+18.20 M
(IN RCC)
GUTTER
TERRACE
R7 1
100.0TR # 03 NOS.
WATER COOLED CHILLER
(02 WORKING + 01STAND BY)
SIZE:L3056xD1140xH1743
OP. WEIGHT:-3061 KG EACH
C22
ALL AHU CHWTR RETURN & CHILLED
WATER SUPPLY HEADER
GATE VALVE(GV)
ALL MAKE-UP/QUICK FILL/DRAIN
MOTORISED
BUTTER FLY VALVE
CONDENSER OUTLET/ CHILLER OUTLET
COOLING TOWER INLET
BUTTERFLY VALVE
(BFV)
CDSW.PUMP INLET/OUTLET/CHW.PUMPIN&OUT
COOLING TOWER OUT/COND&CHILLER IN/AHU IN,OUT
EXPANSION BELOWS
CDSW.PUMP INLET/OUTLET/CHW.PUMPIN&OUT
COND&CHILLER IN & OUT
FLOW METER
PRIMARY PUMP
(02 WORKING 01 STAND BY)
600x600
RIDGE
ALL AHU CHWTR. RETURN LINE
4.60
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
LIFT
2.0 x 2.0
+ 21.90M
(REQ
U
IRED
6.00 4.5 M)
M
LIFT
2.0 x 2.0
B-B
SA13
LIFT MACHINE
ROOM
+18.20 M
E.D
PRELIMINARY
W3
T= 0.300m
R= 0.171m
APPROVED
DATE
DN
2.70
C34
2980x300
SA13
A-A
2.21
R 3RD
30 FO
C10,C H FLR
4T
AND
2.21
W3
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
ORS
C12,C32 FOR
2ND 3RD AND
4TH FLR
ALL FLO
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C34 FOR
1500x300
C11,C31 FOR
ALL FLOORS
C5,C6,C33,C39 C43
C33
C7,C36 FOR
3RD AND
4TH FLR
BUILDING LINE
(REQ
DEA UIRED 4
DW
ALL .5 M)
4.50
M
,C39 C43
C5,C6,C33
C43
300x1500
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3
R2
R1
REV
1.12.14
15.10.14
23.08.14
23.08.14
23.08.14
3.04.14
3.04.14
DATE
42
C40,C41,C
C2,C3,C4,
FLR
FOR 4TH
3.00
1.80
C37 FOR ALL FLOORS
PROJECT:
42
C40,C41,C
C2,C3,C4,
FLR
FOR 4TH
42
C40,C41,C
C2,C3,C4,
FLR
FOR 4TH
SIGN
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
REMARKS
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
DRN APRD
PROPOSED HVAC WORK AT AIROLI
AUDITORIUM NAVI MUMBAI
CLIENT:
ARCHITECT:
,C39 C43
C5,C6,C33
70.10
TITLE:
D-D
EL02
ED 4.5 M
(REQUIR
4.80 M
SA13
C-C
)
SAINI ENGINEERING & CONSULTANCY
TERRACE PLAN
DRN
N
MANISHA
APRD J.GUPTA
SCALE - 1:200
DATE 10.09.14
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
SCALE
DWG NO
REV
SEAC/HVAC/DWG-07
R7
1:100
PAPER:A1
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Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
CLIENT : N.M.M.C.
Page 204 of 204
R7
ARCHITECT : THE FIRM
8 (FINAL SIZE DEPENDING ON PLUMBING
CONSULTANT'S REVIEW.)
C-C
EL02
MUMTY LEVEL
21.40M
UIRE
D
4.50 4.5 M)
M
FC1,FC2,FC3 FOR
GRD,1ST,
2ND,3RD, 4TH FLR
C-C
SA13
ROOF LINE
R8
C2,C3,C4
,C40,C41,C42
FOR 4TH
FLR
TERRACE FLOOR LEVEL 9
18.20M
4
C2,C3,C4
,C40,C41
,C42
FOR 4TH
FLR
C1A FOR ALL FLOORS
BUILDING LINE
BLOW
C2,C3,C4
,C40,C41
,C42
FOR 4TH
FLR
C51.2M HIGH PARAPET WALL
300x1500
C5,C6,C3
3.00
(REQ
63.04
(REQUIRED
4.5 M)
4.80 M
(REQUIR
ED 4.5 M
)
4800.00 M
3.00
1.80
1.50
(REQUIR
ED 4.5 M
)
4.80 M
3.00
PLOT BOUNDRY
C6
3,C39 C43
300x1500
(REQ
C5,C6,C3
3,C39 C43
C7,C36 FOR
3RD AND
UIRE
D
8.03 4.5 M)
M
4TH FLR
C.T
100TR
FC1,FC2,FC3 FOR
GRD,1ST,
2ND,3RD, 4TH FLR
C8,C16 FOR
ALL ABOVE
FLOORS
C.T
100TR
FOUNDATION BLOCK
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
100.0TED R 03 NOS
COOLING TOWER
(02 WORKING 01STAND BY )
OP-WEIGHT:-2928kg
C10,C
30 FO
AND
4TH FL R 3RD
R
C13
600x600
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C.T
100TR
C14 FOR
ALL FLO
ORS
FIXING ARRGT. PLAN
C14
300x600
P.D.
'C' CHANNL
VALLEY
C15
600x600
HORIZONTAL FINS ARE
PROVIDED ABOVE THE
PARAPET LVL
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C.T
100TR
TERRACE
+18.20 M
(IN RCC)
GUTTER
A-A
EL0
1
BOLT
R7 1
FOUNDATION
B-B
SA13
C22
600x600
RIDGE
4.60
C13,C15,C22
FOR ALL
FLOORS
CONDENSER PUMP
(02 WORKING 01 STAND BY)
LIFT MACHINE
ROOM
+18.20 M
+ 21.90M
(REQ
UIRE
D
6.00 M 4.5 M)
LIFT
2.0 x 2.0
SA13
56.48
LIFT
2.0 x 2.0
E.D
W3
T= 0.300m
R= 0.171m
DN
2.70
2.21
R 3RD
30 FO
C10,C H FLR
4T
AND
2.21
C7,C36 FOR
3RD AND
4TH FLR
BUILDING LINE
(REQ
DEA UIRED 4
DW
ALL .5 M)
4.50
M
3,C39 C43
C5,C6,C3
C43
300x1500
3.00
,C42
,C40,C41
C2,C3,C4
FLR
FOR 4TH
1.80
C37 FOR ALL FLOORS
,C42
,C40,C41
C2,C3,C4
FLR
FOR 4TH
3.00
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3
R2
R1
REV
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23.08.14
23.08.14
3.04.14
3.04.14
DATE
PROJECT:
,C42
,C40,C41
C2,C3,C4
FLR
FOR 4TH
(REQ
UIRE
D
4.50 4.5 M)
M
3,C39
C5,C6,C3
C43
70.10
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
Revised as per architecture layout
REMARKS
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
Manisha
DRN APRD
PROPOSED HVAC WORK AT AIROLI
AUDITORIUM NAVI MUMBAI
CLIENT:
ARCHITECT:
D-D
EL02
ED 4.5 M
(REQUIR
4.80 M
SA13
C-C
SIGN
DATE
W3
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C34
APPROVED
2980x300
SA13
A-A
C12,C32 FOR
2ND 3RD AND
4TH FLR
ALL FLO
ORS
C9,C23,C28,C29
FOR ALL
FLOORS
C34 FOR
1500x300
C11,C31 FOR
ALL FLOORS
C5,C6,C33,C39 C43
C33
PRELIMINARY
)
3.00
TITLE:
TERRACE PLAN
N
SCALE - 1:200
SAINI ENGINEERING & CONSULTANCY
DRN
MANISHA SCALE
APRD J.GUPTA
DATE
Signature of Tenderer
No. of Corrections
10.09.14
DWG NO
REV.
SEAC/HVAC/DWG-07
R7
1:100
PAPER:A1
PAPER:
Signature of N.M.M.C. Officer
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