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PostPosted: Sun Jul 25, 2021 11:38 am    Post subject: Field Engineering Building+General+Soil+Quality++Reinstatement to ‘Damage Caused Flare Pipe Rack Column Member 01537’ @ Reply with quote

External Works & Utilities-Chapter 7+Quality+Reinstatement to ‘Damage Caused  Flare Pipe Rack Column Member 01537’ @ grid 19a
MS33
Reinstatement to ‘Damage Caused  Flare Pipe Rack Column Member 01537’ @ grid 19a

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Scope
1     Objective of this statement is to outline procedures to be adopted to carry out reinstatement to Flare Pipe Rack structural steel column, located at indicated grid, which was damaged, during construction operations by Civil Contractor, effecting adversely, on structural adequacy of member, remedial action necessitating its replacement & until that stability being achieved, formation of a temporary structural arrangement to bear relevant existing erected structures’/all dead & live load elements.
2     One STQ [site technical query] was raised by Civil Contractor for approval, pertaining to proposed and carried out operations, but EPC Contractor responded to require a proper method statement in this regard.

References:
1     STQ [site technical query]
2     Specifications- for Steel structure fabrication/for Painting/for Galvanizing/Project Preservation & Export Packing

Safety & Responsibilities          
1     Refer to safety general description on page 1 & in addition, whatever included for safety within method given below
2     All safety related precautions to be applied, while working on steel structures

Method
Reinstatement of damaged member involves following main operations
1     Formation of a temporary supporting structural arrangement
2     Erection of new design structural steel column at grid 19A [designation is indicative only]
Temporary supporting arrangement to be provided to achieve & maintain structural stability, pertaining to permanent works, as effected due to column at grid 19A getting damaged, referred to details on attached sketch, has been carried out to allow dismantling & re erection of concerned members involving,  following sub operations.

1     Addition of 2 #s steel columns 203x46mm size indicatively, located at mid spans of both adjacent bays
2     Effected anchorage of these columns through top of member by Turfer to existing column base
3     Support of top bore pipe effected by wire sling & chain block around pipe & beam by 2 #s chain blocks to support top beams around pipes
4     Chain blocks used to support 2#s bottom beams     
5     Arrangement applies to both additional temporary columns
6     System is stable for purpose of transferring induced stresses, until new design column is erected to  its original location. Refer to STQ
7     Civil Contractor QC inspection shall be conducted to ascertain adequacy/soundness, respecting erected temporary structure
8     Safety officer shall ascertain sustenance of arrangements, pertinent possible hazards

Erection of new column
Procedures
1     Civil Contractor QC inspections shall be conducted to Checklists & ITP requirement, prior to commencing this operation
2     Column structural material shall be received from Fabricator workshop & transported for galvanization
3     Identification of delivered members shall be checked     
4     All materials received shall be properly stored and protected

Foundation
1     Column base concrete surface shall be properly scabbled, brushed & made suitable for further operations.
2     All damaged concrete shall be repaired to agreed procedures
3     Civil Contractor QC inspection shall be conducted to make sure that prepared surface is satisfactory for grouting and erection operations
4     Fasteners-One sample each of bolt, nut & washer, shall be selected & tested by an independent laboratory
5     Stainless Steel shim plates (25 mm thick) shall be placed at column centre, secured and leveled, followed by application of an approved grout material around shims, with a minimum 50mm cover to plates to be embedded in permanently
6     Civil Contractor QC inspection shall be conducted to make sure that plates are properly located & leveled & ‘as built survey report’ recorded
7     Columns shall be installed on Column base concrete surface using a crane, leveled, plumbed & anchored by stay ropes to provide stability to member, until horizontal members are connected
8     Foundation bolts shall be hands tightened only
9     Necessary tightening or torque shall be effected post grouting
10     Existing horizontal members & bracing interconnecting these grid frames shall be joined
11     Vertical & horizontal members assembly shall be carried out in sections
12     On completion of each beam with all fastenings in place, tightening shall be carried out, following final level & alignment checked
13     Civil Contractor QC inspection shall be conducted to comply with ITPs & Check list requirements
14     After assembly has been released, grouting shall be carried out, complying with approved procedures
15     When new structure is reinstated to full requirement/adequacy, temporary structural arrangement provided to withstand forces from unstable structure, shall be removed, without effecting permanent members

Major Equipment
1     Crane 30T/50T
2     Flat bed trailer for fabricated material transport
3     Shovel for minor steel members movement
4     Guide ropes & tensioning equipment
5     Men baskets to requirement
6     Scaffolding movable & stationary
7     Air compressor
8     Impact wrench
9     Welding generator to requirement
10     Portable grinding machines
11     Portable drilling machines

Manpower
1     Foreman, steel erectors, Crane operator, Riggers, Unskilled workers

Attachment
1     STQ copy
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 25, 2021 11:55 am    Post subject: Field Engineering Building+General+Soil+FIDICSilver+Quality+Roads Bituminous Concrete Surfacing Reply with quote

External Works & Utilities-Chapter 7+Quality+Roads Bituminous Concrete Surfacing
MS34
Roads Bituminous Concrete Surfacing
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Scope
1     Objective of this statement is to outline procedures to be adopted to carry out Roads Bituminous Surfacing by Asphalt Concreting throughout site planned permanent roads quantifying to,
2     Binder Course Approximate area 130,000 m^2
3     Wearing Course Approximate area 70,000 m^2
4     Including areas completed & excluding access road to Highway

References:
1     Roads & Paving Details
2     Specification
3     All Paving & Underground Services IFC drawings
4     QCF  Rev D & ITP

Safety & Responsibilities          
Refer to safety general description on page 1 & in addition
1     In this case, excavation has to be carried out on Operating Authority area
2     Therefore all regulated precautions shall be strictly adhered to effect ‘full safety standard’.
3     All other site safety requirements, per safety standards in line to safety plan shall be adhered to, during all operations or activities being carried out

Material
1     Premixed bituminous ‘binder course’ and ‘wearing course’ materials shall be supplied from Civil Contractor central batching, mixing  & heating plant, located on Highway

Method (sketch # 20 indicatively)
1     According to project drawing, asphalt concrete shall be laid in an overall width of 13m & 9m for plant roads & access roads respectively
2     13m width comprises of 9m central wearing course/carriage way & 2 m wide shoulder on each side
3     9m width comprises of 6m central carriage way & 1.5 m wide shoulder on each side
4     ‘Wearing course’ thickness being 40mm & that of dense bitumen ‘binder course’ 60mm
5     Paving works shall be carried out in 2 stages

Stage 1
1     Laying & compacting bottom bituminous ‘binder course’
2     Everyday production 7000 m^2 of laying & rolling during daytime

Stage 2
1     Laying & compacting top wearing carriageway
2     This layer shall be carried out, during defined/scheduled time  
3     Proposed work shall be divided into areas & carried out in sequence in both stages, depending on priority & production coordination as necessary, to be kept in line to proper execution of other dependent items

Surface preparation
1     Prior to an application of dense bitumen ‘binder course’, already laid & compacted aggregate ‘base course’ shall be prepared suitable for this purpose
2     ‘Base course’ shall be corrected of all deviation more than 13mm from designed profile at all points & not more than 9mm in 3m on longitudinal grade at all/any location by, either adding to or removing from surface, deficient or redundant material respectively to bring surface to design shape, watered & compacted in accordance to specification

Main Operations
Following main operations are involved
1     Re preparation of aggregate ‘base course’ surface with water & compaction by pneumatic roller (it is presumed that ‘base course’ was carried out long back, as well as, used during project prosecution activities)  
2     Application of ‘Priming coat’ & drying out
3     Application of 60mm thick dense ‘binder course’
4     Power broom completed dense ‘binder course’
5     Application of ‘Tack coat’ & drying out
6     Application of 40mm thick bitumen concrete ‘wearing course’

Mixing
1     All materials shall be mixed at Civil Contractor calibrated & approved Plant/Asphalt plant
2     All trucks and other equipment, as included shall be readily available for inspection

Transportation
1     Material shall be transported from plant to planned location in good condition by trucks cleaned of all foreign material & covered with tarpaulin to prevent dust invasion during inclement/adverse weather conditions
2     It shall be ensured by obtaining observations, using thermometer that material, when laid is within 130 to 165degree C

Application
Coverage
1     Primer coat @ 0.8 to 1.4 litre/m^2
2     Tack coat   @  0.4 to 0.7 litre/m^2

Primer
1     Civil Contractor QC inspections shall be conducted to ascertain correct profile of aggregate ‘base course’ & corrections applied, if so required
2     All surfaces planned to be primed shall be barricaded & cleaned  of all dirt & all objectionable material
3     Bituminous material shall be applied evenly, on dry surface, by means of a pressure distributor spray tanker, within a temperature range between 30 degree C to 70 degree C

Surfacing
Binder Course
1     Civil Contractor QC inspection shall be conducted, prior to commencement of binder course laying to make sure that surface is satisfactorily clean, well dried, being even to specified priming conditions & be ready/suitable to receive ‘binder course’
2     Material upon arrival at location shall be spread & struck off to prepared profile by means of self powered spreading & finishing equipment, attached with a strike off assembly distributing mixture to a 3 m wide strip

Rolling
Steel Roller’s # of passes 6 to 8, depending on surface condition
1     Steel rollers 10 T 18T capacity equipped with adjustable wheel scrapes, water tanks & sprinkling apparatus to keep wheel sufficiently wet to prevent bituminous mixture from sticking to steel surface shall be employed to roll profiled material immediately, after material is laid to acceptable profile, so as to prevent formation of undue displacement or hair cracking
2     Roller wheels shall be kept properly moistened, without excess water or oil
3     Rolling shall be commenced from side and proceed towards centre, each trip overlapping  previous by at least 300 mm wide, keeping alternate trip not more than 5 km/h & it should continue, until surface is achieved impression free
4     Mechanical compactors shall be engaged to work on roller inaccessible area layers
5     Pneumatic tyred rollers shall be engaged only, after compaction by wheel roller is over
6     It is significant to make sure that asphalt temperature does not fall below 80 degree C,  prior to full compaction is achieved
7     Roller shall not pass over edges of freshly laid material generally, except when edge is located at a discontinuation for that day
8     Civil Contractor QC inspection shall be conducted throughout above operations to make sure that material is compacted to standards and temperature remains within limits mentioned, as well as, levels are maintained within specification tolerances particularly, over areas involving shoulders
9     At commencement of work on area involving compacted & chilled edge, a bevel shall be cut out, cleaned & tack coat applied to receive adjoining material
10     No traffic shall be permitted, until 12 hours lapse period post rolling completion

Wearing Course
1     Planned surface shall be cleared of all dust & dirt, using power broom or blowing
2     Tack coat shall be applied to specification requirements
3     Immediately, upon arrival, material shall be spread & rolled similarly, as described in foregoing
4     Civil Contractor QC inspection shall be conducted throughout above operations to make sure that material is compacted to standards and temperature remains within limits, mentioned as well as, levels are maintained within specification tolerances

Major Equipment
Required for binder course
1     Central Mixing Asphalt plant 1#
2     Trucks 5 #s 38 Tonnes capacity each
3     Paver 3 #s, 1 # with 6m wide blade & 2 #s with 4m wide blade
4     Steel wheel Tandem Rollers 2 #s, 1 # 10 Tonnes capacity, 1# 15/18 Tonnes capacity
5     Pneumatic Tired Rollers(tyre inflatable at 0.62 Mpa ) 4 #s, 2 #s 38 T & 2 #s 20 T
6     Air Compressor 1 #
7     Asphalt Cutting Machine 1#
8     Plate Compactor 1 #
9     Jumping Jack Compactor 1 #
10     Spray Tanker 1 #

Additionally required for Wearing Course shall be procured later, when that course is applied
1     Power Broom
2     Vacuum Cleaner

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 26, 2021 8:09 am    Post subject: Field Engineering Building+General+Soil+FIDICSilver+Quality Reply with quote

World-Bharat-Quality
Products in Engineering
Please, think for what you are paying to buy whatever product
Think that does your money mean to buy substandard products?
Generally, all products in market are produced below required quality mark
Construction, Manufacturing, Industry etc. wherever you find, in general, quality is not available, but only commercial minds work in industries, factories & in construction
Who is responsible for this? Manufacturer/Promoter
Who suffers from this abuse? Customer / End User
Who pays for none of its fault? Customer / End User
Who makes undue profit? Manufacturer / Promoter
Why should consumer or customer suffers at hands of such robbers?
Why should consumer or customer suffer at hands of such  publicity stunt?
Think & Check before you buy & do not trust anybody at national or at international level
Quality system has failed to deliver quality products
Quality controls have failed to produce quality marks
Your money goes waste
Stop trusting warranties too, because it is just a design to befool customer
It is your money & therefore, you have every right to question & reject product, if does not meet quality requirements
I expect all people to raise their voices against polluted systems that authorise bad products, in name of fake quality systems


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 26, 2021 9:32 am    Post subject: Re: Field Engineering Building+General+Soil+FIDICSilver+Quality Reply with quote

Sub Standard Products

There is no limit on lowering the quality , even eatables are not spared . No fear of GOD ALMIGHTY.  Promoters & Manufacturers have only only single aim , to befool customers through advertisements . Quality is either missing or it is placed last in their queue.

Daily , at some place or other , artificial MILK , it's Ghee , Mavaa and other products are caught in illegal factories , but still no end to this menace .

The heart boils after watching such reports on TV on regular basis.
Pray Almighty that good sense prevail .

suraj wrote:
World-Bharat-Quality
Products in Engineering
Please, think for what you are paying to buy whatever product
Think that does your money mean to buy substandard products?nace.
Generally, all products in market are produced below required quality mark
Construction, Manufacturing, Industry etc. wherever you find, in general, quality is not available, but only commercial minds work in industries, factories & in construction
Who is responsible for this? Manufacturer/Promoter
Who suffers from this abuse? Customer / Eng User
Who pays for none of its fault? Customer / Eng User
Who makes undue profit? Manufacturer / Promoter
Why should consumer or customer suffers at hands of such robbers?
Why should consumer or customer suffer at hands of such  publicity stunt?
Think & Check before you buy & do not trust anybody at national or at international level
Quality system has failed to deliver quality products
Quality controls have failed to produce quality marks
Your money goes waste
Stop trusting warranties too, because it is just a design to befool customer
It is your money & therefore, you have every right to question & reject product, if does not meet quality requirements
I expect all people to raise their voices against polluted systems that authorise bad products, in name of fake quality systems
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 26, 2021 10:24 am    Post subject: Field Engineering Building+General+FIDICSilver+Quality+Reinforcement ‘Receive & Fabrication’ Reply with quote

External Works & Utilities-Chapter 7+Quality+Reinforcement ‘Receive & Fabrication’
MS35
Reinforcement ‘Receive & Fabrication’
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Scope/Reference documents/Definitions/Responsibilities/Safety/Method/Equipment/Attachments

Scope
1     Purpose of this method statement, is to define procedure that shall be adopted for material receipt, fabrication and storage of reinforcement.

Reference documents
1     Specification- Concrete Construction, Formwork and Coatings

Safety & Responsibilities          
1     Refer to safety general description on page 1
2     All safety procedures required to handling steel reinforcing bars, during transportation, offloading from trailer, storing, cutting & bending shall be complied with
3     All steel fixers shall take care of all safety measures, required to be conducted at personnel level, during taking out bars, cutting & bending

Method
1     Store personnel shall ensure regarding, whatever, reinforcement materials received upon site, must be in accordance with specification requirements, purchase order and quality documentation compliance.
2     Store personnel shall inform QA department & site engineer, when a delivery of reinforcement is made.
3     Store personnel, site engineer and QC inspector shall review reinforcement delivery and complete Material receiving report QCF.
4     Quality documentation shall be kept/recorded by QC department.
5     When incoming material inspection is completed and acceptable, reinforcement material shall be stored in reinforcement fabrication yard in appropriate storage facilities.
6     Fabricated reinforcement bars shall not be stored on ground, but a suitable base be prepared, while stored bars would not be exposed to weather by using plastic or polythene sheet cover for protection from dust & moisture impact.
7     When reinforcement is to be ‘cut and bent’ yard Foreman shall be issued with a current rebar schedule. Yard Foreman shall review schedule and allocate fabrication process to relevant operator.
8     Material required shall be sourced from yard storage facilities.
9     Correct bar diameter shall be cropped into specified cutting length, as given on bar schedule.
10     Cropper operator shall crop required numbers bars of each diameter.
11     Upon bending of first of each bar type, fabricated bar shall be checked by yard Foreman for correctness & accuracy.
12     This fabricated bar, if correct shall be utilized as a ‘check bar’ for all concurrent bars of that type.
13     Bending operator shall fabricate required number of bars of each shape code, checking against ‘check bars’ as each bar is completed.
14     Error in bending of bars shall be corrected, prior to placement in storage
15     Correct bent bars shall be stored in bundles.
16     Bundles shall be tagged with a suitable label that indicates relevant bar reference # schedule # from which, these bars have been fabricated.
17     Completed bundles shall be stored within reinforcement yard, until such time these bars are required on site.
18     Storage shall be done in accordance with procedure for stores control.

Equipment
1     Bar cropping machines/Bar bending machines/Fork lift truck

Attachment
1     ITP #
2     QCF, Material Receiving Report.
3     QCF, Reinforcement Fabrication Check List.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 26, 2021 10:25 am    Post subject: Field Engineering Building+General+FIDICSilver+Quality+Reinforcement Placement Reply with quote

External Works & Utilities-Chapter 7+Quality+Reinforcement Placement
MS36
Reinforcement Placement
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Scope/Reference documents/Definitions/Responsibilities/Safety/Method/Equipment/Attachments

Scope
1     Purpose of this method statement, is to define procedure that shall be adopted for placement of reinforcement.

Reference documents
1     Specification- Concrete Construction, Formwork and Coatings

Safety & Responsibilities          
1     Refer to safety general description on page 1
2     Refer to all safety measured required to be undertaken, while cutting & bending & also, while trans placing / raising these bars to various locations at various levels
3     And all safety requirements necessary to be adopted during assembly of these bars for purpose of placement shall be conducted along with mandatory use of PPEs

Method
1     Relevant reinforcement bars, spacer blocks, chairs, stirrups and tie wires shall be collected from stores and made available at work site.
2     Material shall be stored at worksite in accordance with storage procedure.
3     Current revision of reinforcement drawing that applies to structure being constructed shall be checked by Project Site Engineer, whether or not updated version, either on drawings register or @ DCC [documents controls centre].
4     Steel fixers shall place to tie reinforcement bars and accessories, in accordance with current reinforcement drawing, as updated & verified by Project Site Engineer.
5     Particular attention to following items shall be monitored by charge hand steel fixer and Foreman:
a     Lap length of bars in reference to either given notes on drawings or included within project specifications.
b     Tie wire protrusions into cover areas.
c     Concrete cover/spacers to formwork and outside faces, about thickness of varying locations.
d     Placement of adequate support chairs and stirrups for upper reinforcing bars & beams.
e     Spacing of re-bars for all reinforcing dia. to be in line with design requirements.
6     Charge hand steel fixer shall ensure/check fabricated reinforcement, when all placing of reinforcement bars are complete.
7     Result of this inspection shall be recorded upon form QCF Pre concrete inspection by Site Engineer.
8     Foreman steel fixer shall ensure that reinforcement has been checked by Site Engineer, prior to informing QC inspector.
9     Should some inserts, conduits, pipes, bolts etc. require fixing within structure, steel fixer shall assist with placement of these items.
10     Where a reinforcement bar clashes with such items, steel fixer shall move relevant bar, as instructed by site engineer/foreman/supervisor.
11     An additional bar may be required to offset this moved bar to be decided by QC/Site Engineer.
12     Should some doubt arises about moving bars, charge hand shall inform Foreman to resolve issue with engineers.
13     Requirement for installing cathodic protection system to reinforcement bars shall be conducted, whether it could be critical or it could be non critical.
14     Foreman shall inform engineer, when these activities are complete.
15     QC inspector shall inspect structure for compliance with reinforcement drawings and layout drawings.
16     QC inspector shall only allow next activity to commence, when all issues are acceptable.
17     QC inspector shall endorse form QCF, when acceptable.

Equipment
1     Hand tools

Attachment
1     Pre Concrete Inspection form
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External Works & Utilities-Chapter 7+Quality+Formwork Erection
MS37
Formwork Erection
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Scope/Reference documents/Definitions/Responsibilities/Safety/Method/Equipment/Attachments

Scope
1     Purpose of this method statement, is to define procedure that shall be adopted for erection of formwork.

Reference documents
1     Specification- Concrete Construction, Formwork and Coatings

Safety & Responsibilities          
1     Refer to safety general description on page 1 & in addition
2     Formwork erection is a heavy activity, whether plates be fabricated in yard or be fabricated on site locations
3     These are time consuming activities & various calculations are involved, pertinent various forces involvement
4     All safety issues related to fabrication of plates in yard, while operating electrical operated machines on carpenter desks or doing same on site locations, depending ease of doing shall be observed by all carpenters & assistants.
5     Protections to eyes, to hands & all whatsoever shall be conducted seriously. Handling fabricated materials safely during transit & raising to higher levels shall be effected per safety requirements.
6     All on site precautions shall be adopted, during placement of related reinforcement on site, without any laxity. During hot weather, safety from impact of heat would be resorted to or working times shall be altered for this activity

Method (sketch # 41-55 indicatively indicatively)
Refer to sketches
1     Formwork Foreman shall review drawing of structure to be formed & shall decide along with project site engineer, most suitable method of formwork erection.
2     Where prefabricated formwork can be assembled in formwork workshop, shall be conducted.
3     Surveyor shall establish lines and levels for erection of formwork.
4     These lines and levels shall be explained to Foreman and Supervisor in charge of formwork activity.
5     Foreman shall check that preceding activities have been approved, so that formwork activity may commence.
6     Sections of formwork required for relevant structure, shall be transported/shifted to worksite.
7     Tradesmen shall ensure that formwork faces are clean & in good condition for type of finish required, applied with shutter form oil.
8     Tradesmen shall assemble and fix formwork in accordance with current drawing.
9     Charge hand carpenter shall monitor particular issues such as:
10     Sealing of joints between formwork.
11     Plumb of formwork.
12     Adequate bracing and supports.
13     Provision, where applicable for boxouts and inserts.
14     Provision, where applicable of chamfer and channels.
15     Supervisor and surveyor shall check lines and levels of formwork, when all bracing and strutting completed.
16     Where required, formwork shall be adjusted to conform to set out lines and levels.
17     Supervisor shall ensure that damaged face of formwork is repaired.
18     Foreman shall review formwork, when completed.
19     Where anchor bolts or embedded plates are to be inserted in structure, supervisor shall ensure that these arrangements are placed in formwork in line to as indicated on shop drawings, securely braced.
20     All embedment and bolt groupings shall be checked for location and level prior to placement of concrete (as pre pour check), as well as, after concrete is placed (as post pour check).
21     When formwork activity is complete, supervisor shall inspect formwork and associated works, recording observations on form QCF, formwork check list and QCF, embedment check list.
22     QC inspector shall confirm acceptance of this preparatory activity, after review of worked items.
23     Where large formwork elements are encountered, QC inspector shall review formwork bracing’s and supports with project site engineer, point out missing, instruct adjustments, instruct modifications etc.

Equipment
1     Hand tools/
2     Electrical Saws & others &
3     Formwork

Attachment
1     ITP #/QCF,
2     Formwork check list/QCF,
3     Embedment check list
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