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TENDER DOCUMENT

FOR NATIONAL HOUSING BANK, 5TH FLOOR, CORE 5A, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE, LODHI ROAD, NEW DELHI.

INTERIOR, FURNISHING, ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING WORKS


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CLIENT NATIONAL HOUSING BANK CORE 5A, INDIA HABITET CENTRE, LODHI ROAD, NEW DELHI 110003. TEL: 011 24617018. MOBILE: +91-9968651664.

ARCHITECTS TANEJA ASSOCIATES PVT. LTD. E - 32, SOUTH EXTENSION - ONE NEW DELHI - 110 049. TEL: 011 24620407, 24698159 MOBILE: +91-9999983817

NATIONAL HOUSING BANK:- INTERIOR, FURNISHING, ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING WORK AT 5TH FLOOR, CORE 5A, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE, LODHI ROAD, NEW DELHI .

INDEX
S. NO. 1. 2. DESCRIPTION INFORMATION TO BE FURNISHED BY THE APPLICANTS LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED ALONGWITH THE TENDER & MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA NOTICE OF INVITATION TO TENDER UNDERTAKING INSTRUCTIONS TO THE TENDERERS FORM OF TENDER ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT PROFORMAS LIST OF APPROVED MAKES INTERIOR LIST OF APPROVED MAKES ELECTRICAL APPENDIX SPECIFICATION INTERIOR SPECIFICATION ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION AIR CONDITIONING BOQ SUMMARY INTERIOR BOQ ELECTRICAL BOQ AC BOQ DRAWING PAGE NOS. 4 - 11 12

3. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

13 - 14 15 16 - 21 22 - 23 24 - 25 26 - 38 39 - 41 42 - 43 44 45 - 46 47 48 - 58 59 - 80 81 - 95 96 97 - 106 107 - 109 110 111

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NATIONAL HOUSING BANK:- INTERIOR, FURNISHING, ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING WORK AT 5TH FLOOR, CORE 5A, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE, LODHI ROAD, NEW DELHI .

ABOUT NATIONAL HOUSING BANK National Housing Bank (NHB), a statutory organization is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Reserve Bank of India. NHB is an Apex Financial Institution formed under the Act of the Parliament with a mandate for Promotion, Development and Regulation of the Housing Finance Sector.

Apart from regulating the housing finance companies (HFC), NHB also extends financial support by way equity participation in HFCs and refinance facility to financial institutions such as Banks, HFCs, Co-operative Sector Institutions, Housing Agencies, etc. benefiting the masses both in urban and rural areas.

The head office of NHB is located in New Delhi and it has a regional office located at Mumbai and representative offices at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata , Lucknow, Patna and Bhopal.

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NATIONAL HOUSING BANK:- INTERIOR, FURNISHING, ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING WORK AT 5TH FLOOR, CORE 5A, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE, LODHI ROAD, NEW DELHI .

INFORMATION TO BE FURNISHED BY THE APPLICANTS 1. 2. Name of the entity/applicant : Address with telephone no. and e-mail address if any. Address :

Telephone Nos. Fax No. E-mail ID : 3. Year of establishment (enclose incorporation/registration certificate) Constitution of the entity/applicant : Company/Proprietorship/ partnership / trust / any other (please specify) (Enclose constitution documents i.e. Memorandum & Articles of Association/Partnership Deed/ Trust Deed etc.,) Category applied for (Civil/ Electrical/ Interior & allied works) Name of Directors/ Partners/ Proprietor :

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: To be filled in Annexure - I

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Name and address of the Bankers Important major projects executed during the last 3 years by the applicant together with approximate cost of individual projects and full address of the clients for whom the works have been executed Important major projects in which the Applicant is engaged at present and their estimated cost (full address of clients shall be indicated against each project). Whether an assesse of income tax, if so, mention permanent account number. Whether registered with service tax department, if so, mention the registration number and date of registration. Furnish copy of registration. Furnish copies of audited Balance Sheet and Profit & loss account (audited) for the last three years. If you are registered/empanelled with organisations /statutory bodies such CPWD, PWD, MES etc., furnish their name, category & date of registration, validity Details of Key personnel

: To be filled in Annexure - II : To be filled in Annexure - IV

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: To be filled in Annexure - V

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: To be filled in Annexure - III

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: To be filled in Annexure - III

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: To be filled in Annexure - VII

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: To be filled in Annexure III : As per Annexure - VI


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Annexure - I DETAILS OF DIRECTORS / PARTNERS / OWNERS Sr. no. 1. Name of partners / directors /owners Academic qualification Official designation Address / phone / fax / email

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Annexure - II BANKERS DETAILS Sl.No. Name of the Banker Address of the Banker Type of Account Over Draft Limits

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Annexure - III DETAILS OF REGISTRATION

Sl. No 1. 2. 3. 4.

Name of organization / Department Registrar of Companies / Firms for Constitution Income tax department (mention PAN No.) Service tax department Work contract registration. tax

Registration no.

Date & year of registration

Valid up to

Enclosed proof Yes No

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Empanelment/ Registration with other organizations like CPWD/MES/Govt. Sector / PSUs/ Nationalized Banks

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Annexure - IV PARTICULARS IN RESPECT OF WORK EXECUTED S l. N o . 1 Name of the work/ project executed with address Short description of work executed Name and address of owner / client Value of work execute d Stipulat ed time of complet ion Actual time of complet ion Month & Year of complet ion Any other relevant informati on

Signature of the Applicant ___________________________________________________________________________ Note : 1. The contractor shall mention only those works executed during last 3 years which fulfills the eligibility criteria on this page. 2. The list is to be substantiated with the documentary evidence such as work order and completion certificates in the absence of which the application is liable to be rejected. 3. Other works should be mentioned on separate sheet.

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Annexure - V PARTICULARS IN RESPECT OF WORK IN HAND Sl .N o. Name of the work/ project executed with address Short description of work executed Name and address of owner Value of work execute d Date of start of work Stipulat ed time of complet ion Status of Work Expect ed date of complet ion Any other releva nt inform ation

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Signature of the Applicant

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Annexure - VI LIST OF KEY PERSONAL PERMANANTLY EMPLOYED Total Experience

Sl.No. 1

Name

Designation

Qualification

Years with the Firm

Any other information

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Signature of the Applicant

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Annexure - VII FINANCIAL STATUS Sl. No. Financial year Turnover of the firm (in Rs. lacs) Profit / loss Enclosed certified copies of audited balance sheets / chartered accountants certificate.

Yes 1 2008 2009

No

2009 2010

2010 2011

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED ALONGWITH THE TENDER 1. 2. 3. Profile of the Company. Details of Constitution of firm / Company and its registration with competent authority. Proof of Qualification with regard to: a. Average Annual turnover during the last three years, b. Minimum experience of 5 years in executing appropriate categories of work for Multi national companies / Industry of repute / National labs / PSU / Nationalised Banks/ Government sector etc., c. Audited Balance sheet and profit and loss account statement for the last three financial years, duly certified by a Chartered Accountant. The copies of the balance sheets, as above, shall also be signed and stamped by the bidder as well. d. Latest solvency certificate from a nationalized bank for a minimum value of tendering amount. e. Power of attorney/Letter of Authorization in favour of authorized signatory, if applicable. Work Contract tax registration certificate. Work Contract tax clearance certificate. Photograph/s of major works executed during last three years. Registration with various departments such as IT/Service Tax and empanelment with other Government organization, along with copies of certificates.

4. 5. 6. 7.

MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA The National Housing Bank has laid the following criteria for prequalification of contractors: 1. Interior works including Electrical, Data, Air-conditioning works for projects during last three years ending 31.01.2012 for Govt. Departments/Public Sector undertaking/ Financial Institutions & Banks. The experience of Interior/Renovation for private clients will not be considered: (i) (ii) (iii) 2. 3. Three works of Rs. 25 lacs each Two works of Rs 35 lacs each One work of Rs 45 lacs

Average annual turnover should be more than Rs 50 lacs during the last three years ending 31st March 2011. Documentary proof with respect to the details furnished in the application form regarding eligibility criteria shall be furnished along with the application form. In this regard, copies of the work order and completion certificate and/or such documents shall be submitted. Incomplete applications or applications without proper proofs for establishing their credentials will be summarily rejected and no correspondence will be entertained in this regard.

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NATIONAL HOUSING BANK


Notice Inviting Tenders National Housing Bank invites sealed tenders from the contractors for the Interior, F urnishing, Electrical, & Air th conditioning works of 5 Floor Core 5A, India Habitat Centre at Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003. Details of tenders are as under: Interior, Furnishing, Electrical, & Air conditioning works of 5 Floor at C ore 5A , I ndia H abitat C entre, L odhi R oad, New Delhi - 110003. 30 Days Rs.45,000/- (Rupees Forty Five Thousand only) and by way of an e-payment in favour of National Housing Bank. 2% of the total value of the contract including Earnest Money. A n on-refundable a mount of of Rs.3,000/- (Rupees Three Thousand only) by way of an e-payment in favour of National Housing Bank. 23 March, 2012 13 April, 2012 (17:00 hrs) The DGM (Estate Division), National Housing Bank, Indian Habitat Centre, th 4 Floor, Core 5A, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003. 13 April, 2012 (17:00 hrs) 16 April, 2012 (15:00 hrs) The DGM (Estate Division), National Housing Bank, Indian Habitat Centre, th 4 Floor, Core 5A, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003. 12 months 90 days from the date of opening the tenders. At t he r ate of 0 .5% o f t he c ontract v alue p er w eek which subject to a maximum of 5% of the accepted contract value.
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Cost of tender documents

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Date of commencement of sale of Bid Documents Last date and time of receipt of tenders Address at which the tenders are to be submitted

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Date and time of submission of tenders Date and time of opening tenders Place of opening tenders

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Defects Liability Period Validity of offer Liquidated Damages

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The tender shall be submitted in two cover system in accordance with the procedure detailed herein below. Specified documents shall be sealed in envelopes of appropriate size each of which shall be sealed. 1) 2) 3) First Envelope marked cover 1 shall contain Technical bid, covering letter, clarification (if any), technical and commercial terms. Second Envelope marked cover 2 shall contain only the priced Bill of Quantities along with an additional photocopy of priced Bill of Quantities. Envelope marked cover 3 shall be of adequate size and shall contain envelopes marked covers 1 & 2 and shall be properly sealed. This envelope shall be endorsed on the outside face as under:

Important Notes:. 1. In case the date of opening of tenders is declared as a holiday, the tenders will be opened on the next working day at the same time. 2. If, i nformation and details f urnished by applicants are f ound t o be f alse either immediately or at a ny time in future or any information withheld, which comes to the notice of the Bank at a later date, the tender of such applicant w ill b e c ancelled i mmediately. In this regard the tenderers are required to furnish undertaking in form of an affidavit Page No 6) on non judicial stamp paper of appropriate value. 3. Applications received after the due date and times are liable for rejection. 4. National Housing Bank reserves its right to reject any / or all the applications without assigning any reasons whatsoever. 5. The Commercial Bid shall be opened only of the successful bidders of Technical Bid. (L1) LOWEST TENDERER CRITERIA: TECHINICAL BID: Envelope 1 containing Technical bid shall be opened first. Only those contractors who qualify as per the minimum eligibility criteria shall be shortlisted & envelope 2 containing commercial bid shall be opened for the shortlisted contractors. FORMAT FOR COMMERCIAL BID: - ANNEXURE S. No 1. i ii iii iv v vi vii viii 2 3 4 5 6 7 PARTICULARS INTERIOR WORKS: Total of Subhead II Total of Subhead III Total of Subhead IV Total of Subhead V Total of Subhead VI Total of Subhead VII Total of Subhead VIII Total of Subhead IX Total Of Interior Works ELECTRICAL WORKS: Total of Electrical works AIR CONDITIONING WORK: Total of Air-conditioning works TOTAL of (1 + 2 + 3) Less Total of Subhead I (Salvage) of INTERIOR WORKS Less Discount if any GRAND TOTAL (4 5 6) Grand Total (In words) AMOUNT (In Rs)

TOTAL AMOUNT OF 4 (5) (6) = 7

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NATIONAL HOUSING BANK:- INTERIOR, FURNISHING, ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING WORK AT 5TH FLOOR, CORE 5A, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE, LODHI ROAD, NEW DELHI .

The technical bid of shortlisted contractors who is the lowest in commercial bid (SL NO 7) will be the L1 bidder.

UNDERTAKING

I/We of M/s......................................................................................................................... bidder for Interior, Furnishing, Electrical & Air Conditioning work at 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003 with National Housing Bank Indian Habitat Centre,4
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Floor, Core 5A, Lodhi Road,New Delhi-110003., do hereby

undertake that I/we agree to unconditionally accept all the terms and conditions mentioned in the tender documents. Further we have noted that after unconditionally accepting the tender conditions in its entirety, it is not permissible to put any remarks/conditions in the Price Bid enclosed in Envelope-II and the same has been followed in the present case. In case this provision of the tender is found violated at any time after opening of Envelope. I/we agree that the tender shall be summarily rejected and NBCC shall, without prejudice to any other right or remedy, be at liberty to forfeit the full said earnest money absolutely.

Signatures of the tenderer or Authorized Person Name of Firm Seal of Firm

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NATIONAL HOUSING BANK:- INTERIOR, FURNISHING, ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING WORK AT 5TH FLOOR, CORE 5A, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE, LODHI ROAD, NEW DELHI .

SECTION 1 INSTRUCTIONS TO THE TENDERERS (PART I) The Bidder is expected to examine all instructions, forms, terms and specifications in the bidding documents. Failure to furnish all information required by the bidding documents may result in the rejection of its bid and will be at the bidder's own risk. No binding legal relationship will exist between any of the Respondents and Bank until execution of a contractual agreement. Each Recipient acknowledges and accepts that Bank may in its absolute discretion apply selection criteria specified in the document for evaluation of proposals for short listing / selecting the eligible vendor(s). The RFP document will not form part of any contract or arrangement, which may result from the issue of this document or any investigation or review, carried out by a Recipient. A Recipient will, by responding to Bank for RFP, be deemed to have accepted the terms of this Introduction and Disclaimer. Recipients are required to direct all communications related to this RFP, through the Nominated Point of Contact person:

Mr. Biswas (Project Engineer, Premises Department) th National Housing Bank, Core 5-A, 4 Floor, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003. Phone Number: 011-24617018, Mobile No: 9968651664, Email: biswasr@nhb.org.in Asjad Ali Khan (Officer-in-Charge) Taneja Associates Pvt. Ltd. E 32, South Extension I, New Delhi 110049. Telephone: 011- 24698159, Fax: 011- 24624509, Mobile No: 9999983817, Email: asjad@tanejaassociates.com

Bank may, in its absolute discretion, seek additional information or material from any Respondents after the RFP closes and all such information and material provided must be taken to form part of that Respondents response. Respondents should provide details of their contact person, telephone, fax, email and full address(s) to ensure that replies to RFP could be conveyed promptly. If Bank, in its absolute discretion, deems that the originator of the question will gain an advantage by a response to a question, then Bank reserves the right to communicate such response to all Respondents. Queries / Clarification if any, may be taken up with the contact persons detailed above before the deadline for submission of bids between 10.00 am to 5.00 pm on any working days (Monday to Friday except holidays). Bank may, in its absolute discretion, engage in discussion or negotiation with any Respondent (or simultaneously with more than one Respondent) after the RFP closes to improve or clarify any response. Bank will notify all short-listed Respondents in writing or by mail or by publishing in its website as soon as practicable about the outcome of their RFP. Bank is not obliged to provide any reasons for any such acceptance or rejection. The bids qualify the Minimum Eligibility Criteria will be eligible for further evaluation and subsequently the bids qualify both Minimum Eligibility Criteria and Technical Evaluation will be eligible for Commercial Evaluation.

2.1 Soft Copy of Tender Document The soft copy of the tender document will be made available on Banks website http://www.nhb.org.in . 2.2 Language of Bid The bid prepared by the Bidders, as well as all correspondence and documents relating to the Bid exchanged by the Bidder and the Bank and supporting documents and printed literature shall be written in English. 2.3 Masked Commercial Bid The bidder should submit a copy of the actual price bid (as per the format specified by Bank) being submitted to NHB by masking the actual prices. This is mandatory. The bid may be disqualified if it is not submitted by masking it properly. Bank reserves the right to cancel the bid at the time of commercial evaluation, if the format/detail (except price) of Masked Commercial Bid does not match with the format/detail of actual Commercial Bid submitted.
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2.4 Cost of Bidding The bidder shall bear all the costs associated with the preparation and submission of bid and Bank will in no case be responsible or liable for these costs regardless of the conduct or outcome of the bidding process. 2.5 Bidding Document The bidder is expected to examine all instructions, forms, terms and conditions and technical specifications in the Bidding Document. Submission of a bid not responsive to the Bidding Document in every respect will be at the bidders risk and may result in the rejection of its bid without any further reference to the bidder. 2.6 Amendment to Bidding Documents At any time prior to the last Date and Time for submission of bids, the Bank may, for any reason, modify the Bidding Document by amendments at the sole discretion of the Bank. All amendments shall be uploaded on Banks website. In order to provide, prospective bidders, reasonable time to take the amendment if any, into account in preparing their bid, the Bank may, at its discretion, extend the deadline for submission of bids. 2.7 Period of Validity Bids shall remain valid for two months from the date of bid opening prescribed by the Bank. A bid valid for shorter period shall be rejected by the Bank as nonresponsive. 2.8 Bid Currency Prices shall be expressed in Indian Rupees only. 2.9 Submission of Bids The bidders shall duly seal each envelope with RED LAC SEAL (Wax Seal) and place both the envelopes in a third envelope, which shall also be only sealed with red lac. The bid should be addressed to Bank at the following address up to the time and date mentioned on page 2 of this document. Premises Department National Housing Bank th Core 5-A, 4 Floor, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003. 2.10 Last Date and Time for Submission of Bids Bids must be received by the Bank at the address specified in the Bid Document not later than the specified date and time as specified in the Bid Document or as extended by the Bank as per clause 7. In the event of the specified date of submission of bids being declared a holiday for the Bank, the bids will be received up to the appointed time on next working day. 2.11 Late Bids Any bid received by the Bank after the deadline for submission of bids will be rejected and/or returned unopened to the Bidder, if so desired by him. 2.12 Modifications and/or Withdrawal of Bids Bids once submitted will be treated, as final and no further correspondence will be entertained on this. No bid will be modified after the deadline for submission of bids. No bidder shall be allowed to withdraw the bid, if the bidder happens to be a successful bidder. 2.13 Content of Documents to be submitted 2.14.1 Documents required in Technical Bid Envelope (Sealed Cover): i. Bidders information as per part I of Annexure-A. ii. Service Information as per part II of Annexure A. iii. Undertaking Letter as per part III of Annexure A. iv. Compliance Statement Declaration Annexure-B
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2.14.2 Documents required in Commercial Bid Envelope (Sealed Cover): i. Commercial offer: The offer should be as per commercial bid format in Annexure C and should be all-inclusive, including taxes and other Govt. levies etc. 2.15 Bid Earnest Money and Cost of RFP The bidders have to submit the bid earnest money (refundable after live implementation and project sign-off for successful bidders and after finalizing the selection process for unqualified bidders) of Rs.45,000/- (Rupees Forty Five Thousand only) and Cost of RFP(Non refundable) of Rs.3,000/- (Rupees Three Thousand only) by way of an epayment in favour of National Housing Bank. The Accounts details are given below: 1. 2. Beneficiary Name Beneficiary Address National Housing Bank Core 5A, 4th Floor, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110 003 3. 4. Beneficiary Bank Name Beneficiary Bank Branch Address State Bank of Hyderabad Pragativihar Delhi Branch, Ground Floor, Core-6, Scope Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110 003 5. 6. 7. 8. Type of Bank Account Beneficiary Bank A/C No IFCS code of Bank branch MICR No Current account 52142903844 SBHY0020511 1100004005

The proof of the payment should be enclosed and sealed with the Technical Bid; in the absence of which the bid may not be considered for further evaluation. The bidders are also required to submit ECS Mandate Form as enclosed in Annexure-E The EMD security may be forfeited: If a Bidder withdraws its bids during the period of bid validity If a Bidder makes any statement or encloses any form which turns out to be false/incorrect at any time prior to signing of the contract In case of successful Bidder, if the Bidder fails to Sign the contract.

5. PENALTY CLAUSE Under no circumstances, the project would be rescheduled. In case of delay, the successful bidder would forfeit the Earnest Money Deposit and/or any other penalty that the Bank may decide. 6. BIDDING PROCESS (TWO STAGES) For the purpose of the present job, a two-stage bidding process will be followed. The response to the RFP will be submitted in two parts: Technical bid Part I Commercial bid Part II The bidder will have to submit the Technical bid and Commercial portion of the bid separately in two separate
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red lac-sealed envelopes (wax seal), duly super scribing Submission of bid for National Housing Bank th for the Interior, Furnishing, Electrical, & Air conditioning works at 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003. TECHNICAL BID shall not contain any pricing or commercial information. The bid shall be typed or written in indelible ink and shall be signed by the Bidder or a person duly authorized by him. The authorization shall be indicated by a written power of attorney accompanying the Bid. All pages of the Bid shall be initialed by the person(s) signing the Bid. The Bid shall contain no interlineations, erasures or overwriting except as necessary to correct errors made by the Bidder, in which case corrections shall be initialed by the person(s) signing the Bid. The Commercial Bid shall be opened only of the successful bidders of Technical Bid.

INSTRUCTIONS TO THE TENDERERS (PART II) 1.0 Scope of work Sealed tenders are invited by M/s Taneja Associates Pvt. Ltd., E-32, South Extension, Part-I, 2 floor, New Delhi 110 049 for and behalf of National Housing Bank for the Interior, Furnishing, Electrical, & Air th conditioning works at 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003. 1.1 Site and its location The proposed work is to be carried out at 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, ND - 03. 2.0 2.1 Tender documents The work has to be carried out strictly according to the conditions stipulated in the tender consisting the following documents and the most workman like manner. Instructions to tenderers General conditions of Contract Special conditions of Contract Additional specifications Drawings Price bid 2.2 The above documents shall be taken as complementary and mutually explanatory of one another but in case of ambiguities or discrepancies, shall take precedence in the order given below: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) 2.3 Price bid Additional Specifications Technical Specifications Drawings Special conditions of contract General condition of contract Instruction to Tenderers
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Complete set of tender documents including relative drawings can be downloaded from the Bank website between http://www.nhb.org.in .The bidders have to submit the bid earnest money (refundable after live implementation and project sign-off for successful bidders and after finalizing the selection process for unqualified bidders) of Rs.45,000/- (Rupees Forty Five Thousand only) and Cost of RFP(Non refundable) of Rs.3,000/(Rupees Three Thousand only) by way of an e-payment in favour of National Housing Bank. The tender documents are not transferable. Site Visit The tendered must obtain himself on his own responsibility and his own expenses all information and data
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which may be required for the purpose of filling this tender document and enter into a contract for the satisfactory performance of the work. The tendered is requested satisfy himself regarding the availability of water, power, transport and communication facilities, the character quality and quantity of the materials, labour, the law and order situation, climatic conditions local authorities requirements, traffic regulations etc; The tendered will be fully responsible for considering the financial effect of any or all the factors while submitting his tender. 4.0 Earnest Money The bidders have to submit the bid earnest money (refundable after live implementation and project sign-off for successful bidders and after finalizing the selection process for unqualified bidders) of Rs.45,000/(Rupees Forty Five Thousand only) 5.0 Initial Security Deposit The successful tendered will have to submit a sum equivalent to 2% of contract value less EMD. By means of Demand draft drawn in favour of National Housing Bank within a period of 7 days of acceptance of tender. 6.0 6.1 Security Deposit Total security deposit shall be 5% of contract value. Out of this 2% of contract value is in the form of initial security deposit, which includes the EMD. Balance 3% shall be deducted from the running account bill of the work at the rate of 10% of the respective running account bills i.e., deduction from each running bill account will be 10% till total 3% of contract value is reached. 50% of the total security shall be paid to the contractors on the basis of architects certifying the virtual completion. The balance 50% would be paid to the contractors after the defects liability period as specified in the contract provided he has carried out all the work attended to all the defects in accordance with the condition of the contract and clearance, if any, of the observations of the CTE of CVC. No interest shall be paid to the amount retained by the Bank as Security Deposit. Signing of contract Documents The successful tendered shall be bound to implement the contract by signing an agreement and conditions of contract attached herewith within 7 days from the receipt of intimation of acceptance of his tender by the Bank. However, the written acceptance of the tender by the Bank will constitute a binding agreement between the Bank and successful tendered whether such formal agreement is subsequently entered into or not. 8.0 Completion Period Time is essence of the contract. The work should be completed in all respects in accordance with the terms of contract within a period of 30 days from the date of handing over site. 9.0 Validity of tender Tenders shall remain valid and open for acceptance for a period of ninety days from the date of opening price bid. If the tendered withdraws his/her offer during the validity period or makes modifications in his/her original offer which are not acceptable to the Bank without prejudice to any other right or remedy the Bank shall be at liberty to forfeit the EMD. 10.0 Liquidated Damages The liquidated damages shall be 0.5% per week subject to a maximum of 5% of the accepted contract value. 11.0 11.1 Rate and prices: The tenderers shall quote their rates for individual items both in words and figures. In case of discrepancy between the rates quoted in words and figures the unit rate quoted in words will prevail. If no rate is quoted for a particular item the contractor shall not be paid for that item when it is executed. The amount of each item shall be calculated and the requisite total is given. In case of discrepancy between
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the unit rate and the total amount calculated from multiplication of unit rate and the quantity the unit rate quoted will govern and the total amount will be corrected. 11.2 The tenderers need not quote their rates for which no quantities have been given. In case the tenderers quote their rates for such items those rates will be ignored and will not be considered during execution. The tenderers should not change the units as specified in the tender. If any unit is changed the tenders would be evaluated as per the original unit and the contractor would be paid accordingly. The tendered should not change or modify or delete the description of the item. observed he should immediately bring to the knowledge of the Architect/Bank. 11.4 If any discrepancy is

11.3

Each page of the BOQ shall be signed by the authorised person and cutting or over writing shall be duly attested by him. Each page shall be totaled and the grand total shall be given. The rate quoted shall be firm and shall include all costs, allowances, taxes, levies etc. and deduction at source for Income tax, Work Contract tax etc. will be made as per statutory rule. The contractor shall be required to conduct necessary tests of the water brought from tube well or any other outside source, from approved laboratory. The contractor is required to comply with all act of the Government relating to labour and the rules and regulations made there under from time to time and to submit at the proper times all particulars and statements required to be furnished to the appropriate authorities.

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NATIONAL HOUSING BANK:- INTERIOR, FURNISHING, ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING WORK AT 5TH FLOOR, CORE 5A, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE, LODHI ROAD, NEW DELHI .

FORM OF TENDER (To be filled up by the Tendered) To The Chairman & Managing Director, National Housing Bank, Core 5A, th 5 Floor, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi - 110003. Dear Sir,
th

Reg.: Interior, Furnishing, Electrical, & Air conditioning works for National Housing Bank at 5 floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. 1. I / We refer to the tender notice issued by you for Interior, Furnishing, Electrical, & Air conditioning works in connection with the above. I / We hereby offer to perform, provide, execute, complete and maintain the works in conformity with the drawings, designs, conditions of contracts, specifications, schedule of quantities relating to the works for the sum of Rs. at the respective rates quoted in the schedule of quantities. I / We have satisfied myself / ourselves as to the site conditions, examined the drawings and all aspects of the tender conditions, subject to above, I / We do hereby agree, should this tender be accepted in whole or in part, to: Abide by and fulfill all the terms and provisions of the said conditions annexed here to, Complete the works within Thirty days as per the work programme enclosed with the tender in two or three shifts if considered necessary by the Employer / Architects at no extra cost to the Employer. I / We have deposited the earnest money of Rs. 45,000/- (Rupees Forty Five Thousand only) will not bear any interest and is liable for forfeiture. I, Or II. If the contract agreement is not executed by us within 7 days from the date of receipt of the letter of acceptance. If our offer is withdrawn within the validity period of acceptance by the Employer.

2.

3.

a. b.

4.

Or III. Or IV. If the work is not commenced within 3 days after issue of work order. If we fail to pay the initial security deposit as stipulated.

5.

I / We understand that you are not bound to accept the lowest or any tender you receive.

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The names of DIRECTORS of our firm are:

1. ________________________________ 2. ________________________________ 3. ________________________________ 4. ________________________________ Yours faithfully,

Name of Partner / Director of the firm, authorized to sign or Name of person having power of attorney to sign the contract. (Certified true copy of power of attorney should be attached)

Signature ..

Designation ..

Signature and address of witnesses:

a.

Signature ..

Name .

Address .

b.

Signature ..

Name .

Address .

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ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT MADE THIS

Day of 2012 BETWEEN National Housing Bank through the Managing Director, National Housing th Bank, 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi-110003 (hereinafter called the Employer) of the one part and ___________________________________ of __________________________________ (hereinafter called the Contractor) of the other part. WHEREAS the Employer is desirous of executing ____________________________________at ________ as per schedule-I, to this agreement and has caused drawings, bills of quantities and specification describing the work to be done to be prepared by M/s Taneja Associates Pvt. Ltd., Architects & Planners, E-32, South Extension-I, New Delhi, (hereinafter called the Architects). AND WHEREAS the said drawings, the bills of quantities marked pages _____ to ____ (inclusive) and the specifications as stated have been signed by or on behalf of the parties hereto: AND WHEREAS the Contractor has agreed to execute the work upon the conditions of tender and the conditions of contract and further subject to the special conditions set forth in schedule-II hereto attached (hereinafter collectively referred to as the said conditions) as per the said drawings and as described in the said specification and included in the said bills of quantities for the sum of Rupees ______________________________________________________.

NOW IT IS HEREBY AGREED AS FOLLOWS: 1. IN consideration of the sum of Rupees _______________________________________________________ to be paid at the time and in the manner set forth in the said conditions, the contractor shall upon and subject to the said drawings and described in the said specification and bills of quantities. The Employer shall pay to the Contractor the said sum of Rupees. ___________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________ or such other sum as shall become payable hereunder at the times and in the manner specified hereinafter. The term The Architects in the said conditions shall mean M/s. Taneja Associates Pvt. Ltd., E-32, South Extension-I, New Delhi-110 049, or in the event of their ceasing to be Architects for the purposes of this contract, such other persons as shall be nominated for that purpose by the Employer, not being a person to whom the contractor shall object for reasons considered to be sufficient by the Employer mentioned in the said conditions. Provided always that no persons subsequently appointed to be Architects under this contract shall be entitled to disregard or overrule any decision or approval or direction given or expressed by the Architects for the time being. The said conditions, specifications and priced bills of quantities shall be read and construed as forming part of this agreement, and the parties hereto shall respectively abide by and submit themselves to the conditions and stipulations and perform the agreement on their parts respectively in such conditions, specifications and priced bills of quantities contained. This agreement is subject to jurisdiction of courts in Delhi only.

2.

3.

4.

5.

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SCHEDULE I

Interior, Furnishing, Electrical, & Air conditioning works for National Housing Bank at 5

th

Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat

Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi, all as described in Tender and drawings inclusive hereto as specifications.

SCHEDULE II

The following letters/ correspondence form a part of agreement: 1. 2. 3. As witness our hands the day and year first above written, In presence of

Signature: Name: Occupation: Address:

Signature by the said employer Name: Designation: Address:

In presence of

Signature: Name: Occupation: Address:

Signature by the said Contractor Name: Designation: Address:

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GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

1.0

Definitions: Contract means the documents forming the tender and the acceptance thereof and the formal agreement executed between National Housing Bank (client) and the contractor, together with the documents referred therein including these conditions, the specifications, designs, drawings and instructions issued from time to time by the architects / Bank and all these documents taken together shall be deemed to form one contract and shall be complementary to one another.

1.1

In the contract the following expressions shall, unless the context otherwise requires, have the meaning hereby respectively assigned to them.

1.1.1

NHB shall mean National Housing Bank (client) and includes the clients representatives, successors and assigns.
nd

Architects/consultants shall mean M/s Taneja Associates Pvt. Ltd., E-32, South Extension-I, 2 Delhi-110 049.

floor, New

1.1.2

The Contractor shall mean the individual or firm or company whether incorporated or not, undertaking the works and shall include legal personal representative of such individual or the composing the firm or company and the permitted assignees of such individual or firms of company. The expression works or work shall mean the permanent or temporary work described in the Scope of work and / or to be executed in accordance with the contract and includes materials, apparatus, equipment, temporary supports, fittings and things of all kinds to be provided, the obligations of the contractor hereunder and work to be done by the contractor under the contract.

1.1.3

Drawings shall mean the drawings prepared by the Architects and issued by the Engineer and referred to in the specifications and any modifications of such drawings as may be issued by the Engineer from time to time. Contract value shall mean the value of the entire work as stipulated in the letter of acceptance of tender subject to such additions thereto or deductions there from as may be under the deductions there from as may be made under the provision herein after contained.

1.1.4

Specifications shall mean the specifications referred to in the tender and any modifications thereof as may time to time be furnished or approved by the architect / consultant Month means calendar month.

1.1.5

Week means seven consecutive days.

1.1.6

Day means a calendar day beginning and ending at 00 Hrs. and 24 Hrs. respectively.

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CLAUSE 2.0 Total Security Deposit Total Security Deposit comprise of Earnest Money Deposit Initial Security Deposit Retention Money a) Earnest Money Deposit: The tendered shall furnish EMD of Rs. 45,000/- (Rupees Forty Five Thousand only). No tender shall be considered unless the EMD is not deposited in the required form. No interest shall be paid on this EMD. The EMD of the unsuccessful tendered shall be refunded after the decision to award the contract is taken without interest. The EMD shall stand absolutely forfeited if the tendered revokes his tender at any time the period when he is required to keep his tender open acceptance by the NHB or after it is accepted by the NHB the contractor fails to enter into a formal agreement or fails to pay the initial security deposit as stipulated or fails to commence the work within the stipulated time. b) Initial Security Deposit (ISD) The amount of ISD shall be 2% of accepted value of tender including the EMD in the form of e-payment or D/D drawn on any scheduled Bank and shall be deposited within seven days from the date of acceptance of tender. c) Retention Money: Besides the ISD as deposited by the contractor in the above said manner the retention money shall be deducted from the running account bill at the rate of 10% of the gross value of work done by the contractor and claimed in each bill provided the total security deposit i.e. the ISD plus Retention Money shall both together not exceed 5% of the contract value. 50% of the total security deposit shall be refunded to the contractor without any interest on issue of Virtual Completion certificate by the Architect / consultant. The balance 50% of the total security deposit shall be refunded to the contractors without interest within fifteen days after the end of defects liability period provided the contractor has satisfactorily attended to all defects in accordance with the conditions of contract including site clearance. d) Language The language in which the contract documents shall be drawn shall be in English. 3.0 Errors, omissions and discrepancies In case of errors, omissions and / or disagreement between written and scaled dimensions on the drawings or between the drawings and specifications etc., the following order shall apply. i) ii) Between scaled and written dimension (or description) on a drawing, the latter shall be adopted. Between the written or shown description or dimensions in the drawings and the correspondence one in the specification the former shall be taken as correct. Between written description of the item in the specifications and descriptions in bills of quantities of the same item, the former shall be adopted. In case of difference between rates written in figures and words, the rate in words shall prevail. Between the duplicate / subsequent copies of the tender, the original tender shall be taken as correct. Scope of work: The contractor shall carryout complete and maintain the said work in every respect in strictly accordance with this contract and with the directions of and to the satisfaction of the Bank to be communicated through the architect / consultant. The architect / consultant at the directions of the Bank from time to time issue further
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drawings and / or written instructions, details directions and explanations which are hereafter collectively referred to as Architects / consultants instructions in regard to the variation or modification of the design, quality or quantity of work or the addition or omission or substitution of any work. Any discrepancy in the drawings or between the BOQ and / or specifications. The removal from the site of any material brought thereon by the Contractor and any substitution of any other materials therefore the removal and / or reexecution of any work executed by him. The dismissal from the work of any person employed / engaged thereupon. 5.0 i) Letter of Acceptance: Within the validity period of the tender the Bank shall issue a letter of acceptance either directly or through the architect by registered post or otherwise depositing at the address of the contractor as given in the tender to enter into a Contract for the execution of the work as per the terms of the tender. The letter of acceptance shall constitute a binding contract between the NHB and the contractor. ii) Contract Agreement: On receipt of intimation of the acceptance of tender from the NHB / Architect the successful tendered shall be bound to implement the contract and within seven thereof he shall sign an agreement in a non-judicial stamp paper of appropriate value. 6.0 Ownership of drawings: All drawings, specifications and copies thereof furnished by the NHB through its architects / consultants are the properties of the NHB. They are not to be used on other work. 7.0 Detailed drawings and instructions: The NHB through its architects / consultants shall furnish with reasonable promptness additional instructions by means of drawings or otherwise necessary for the proper execution of work. All such drawings and instructions shall be consistent with the contract documents, true developments thereof and reasonably inferable there from. The work shall be executed in conformity therewith and the contractor prepare a detailed programmed schedule indicating therein the date of start and completion of various activities on receipt of the wok order and submit the same to the NHB through the architect / consultant. 8.0 Copies of Agreement Two copies of agreement duly signed by both the parties with the drawings shall be handed over to the contractors. 9.0 Liquidated damages: If the contractor fails to maintain the required progress in terms of clause 30 of GCC or to complete the work and clear the site including vacating their office on or before the contracted or extended date or completion without justification in support of the cause of delay, he may be called upon without prejudice to any other right of remedy available under the law to the NHB on account of such breach to pay a liquidated damages at the rate of 0.5% of the contract value which subject to a maximum of 5% of the contract value. 10.0 Materials, Appliances and Employees Unless or otherwise specified the contractor shall provide and pay for all materials, labour, water, power, tools, equipment transportation and any other facilities that are required for the satisfactory execution and completion of the work. Unless or otherwise specified all materials shall be new and both workmanship and materials shall be of best quality. The contractor shall at all times enforce strict discipline and good order among his employees and shall not employ on the work any unfit person or anyone not skilled in the work assigned to him. Workman whose work or behavior is found to be unsatisfactory by the NHB / architect/ consultant he shall be removed from the site immediately. 11.0 Setting out Work: The contractor shall set out the work and shall be responsible for the true and perfect setting out of the same
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and for the correctness of the positions, levels, dimensions, and alignment of all parts thereof and get it approved by the architect/ consultant before proceeding with the work. If at any time any error in this respect shall appear during the progress of the works, irrespective of the fact that the layout had been approved by the architect / consultant the contractor shall be responsible for the same and shall at his own expenses rectify such error, if so, required to satisfaction of the NHB. 12.0 Inspection of work: The NHB / Architect / Consultant or their representatives shall at all reasonable times have free access to the work site and/ or to the workshop, factories, or other places where materials are lying or from where they are obtained and the contractor shall give every facility to the NHB, Architect / consultant and their representatives necessary for inspection and examination and test of the materials and workmanship. No person unless authorized by the NHB/ Architect / Consultant except the representative of Public authorities shall be allowed on the work at any time. The proposed work either during its construction stage or its completion can also be inspected by the Chief Technical Examiners organization a wing of Central Vigilance Commission. 13.0 Assignment and subletting The whole of work included in the contact shall be executed the contractor and he shall not directly entrust and engage or indirectly transfer, assign or underlet the contract or any part or share thereof or interest therein without the written consent of the NHB through the architect and no undertaking shall relieve the contractor from the responsibility of the contractor from active superintendence of the work during its progress. 14.0 Quality of materials, workmanship & Test All materials and workmanship shall be best of the respective kinds described in the contract and in accordance with Architect / consultant instructions and shall be subject from time to time to such tests as the architect / consultant may direct at the place of manufacture or fabrication or on the site or an approved testing laboratory. The contractor shall provide such assistance, instruments, machinery, labour, and materials as are normally required or examining measuring sampling and testing any material or part of work before incorporation in the work before incorporation in the work or testing as may be selected and required by the architect / consultant. i) Samples All samples of adequate numbers, size, shades and pattern as per specifications shall be supplied by the contractor with out any extra charges. If certain items proposed to be used are of such nature that samples cannot be presented or prepared at the site detailed literature / test certificate of the same shall be provided to the satisfaction of the Architect / consultant. Before submitting the sample / literature the contractor shall satisfy himself that the material / equipment for which he is submitting the sample / literature meet with the requirement of tender specification. Only when the samples are approved in writing by the architect / consultant the contractor shall proceed with the procurement and installation of the particular material / equipment. The approved samples shall be signed by the Architect / Consultant for identification and shall be kept on record at site office until the completion of the work for inspection / comparison at any time. The Architect / Consultant shall take reasonable time to approve the sample. Any delay that might occur in approving the samples for reasons of its not meeting the specifications or other discrepancies inadequacy in furnishing samples of best qualities from various manufacturers and such other aspects causing delay on the approval of the materials / equipment etc. shall be to the account of the contractor. 15.0 Obtaining Information related to execution of work No claim by the contractor for additional payment shall be entertained which is consequent upon failure on his part to obtain correct information as to any matter affecting the execution of the work nor any misunderstanding or the obtaining incorrect information or the failure to obtain correct information relieve him form nay risks or from the entire responsibility for the fulfillment of contract. 16.0 Contractors superintendence The contractor shall give necessary personal superintendence during the execution of the works and as long, thereafter, as the Architect / consultant may consider necessary until the expiry of the defects liability period stated hereto.
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17.0 i)

Quantities The bill of quantities (BOQ) unless or otherwise stated shall be deemed to have been prepared in accordance with the Indian Standard Method of Measurements and quantities. The rate quoted shall remain valid for variation of quantity against individual item to any extent subject to maximum variation of the contract value by 25%. The entire amount paid under Clause 20, 21 hereof as well as amounts of prime cost and provisional sums, if any, shall be excluded. Variation exceeding 25%: The items of work executed in relation to variation exceeding 25% shall be paid on the basis of provisions of clause 22 (e) hereof. Works to be measured The Architect / Consultant may from time to time intimate to the contractor that he required the work to be measured and the contractor shall forthwith attend or send a qualified representative to assist the Architect in taking such measurements and calculations and to furnish all particulars or to give all assistance required by any of them. Such measurements shall be taken in accordance with the Mode of measurements detailed in the specifications. The representative of the Architect / Consultant shall take joint measurements with the contractors representative and the measurements shall be entered in the measurement book. The contractor or his authorized representative shall sign all the pages of the measurement book in which the measurements have been recorded in token of his acceptance. All the corrections shall be duly attested by both representatives. No over writings shall be made in the M book should the contractor not attend or neglect or omit to depute his representative to take measurements then the measurements recorded by the representative of the Architect / consultant shall be final. All authorized extra work, omissions and all variations made shall be included in such measurement.

ii)

18.0

19.0

Variations No alteration, omission or variation ordered in writing by the Architect / consultant shall vitiate the contract. In case the NHB / Architect / Consultant thinks proper at any time during the progress of works to make any alteration in, or additions to or omissions from the works or any alteration in the kind or quality of the materials to be used therein, the Architect / Consultant shall give notice thereof in writing to the contractor or shall confirm in writing within seven days of giving such oral instructions the contractor shall alter to, add to, or omit from as the case may be in accordance with such notice, but the contractor shall not do any work extra to or make any alterations or additions to or omissions from the works or any deviation from any of the provisions of the contract, stipulations, specifications or contract drawings without previous consent in writing of the Architect / Consultant and the value of such extras, alterations, additions or omissions shall in all cases be determined by the Architect / Consultant and the same shall be added to or deducted from the contract value, as the case may be.

20.0

Valuation of Variations No claim for an extra shall be allowed unless it shall have been executed under the authority of the Architect / Consultant with the concurrence of the NHB as herein mentioned. Any such extra is herein referred to as authorized extra and shall be made in accordance with the following provisions.

a)

i)

The net rates or prices in the contract shall determine the valuation of the extra work where such extra work is of similar character and executed under similar conditions as the work priced herein. Rates for all items, wherever possible should be derived out of the rates given in the priced BOQ.

ii) a)

The net prices of the original tender shall determine the value of the items omitted, provided if omissions do not vary the conditions under which any remaining items of works are carried out, otherwise the prices for the same shall be valued under sub-clause (c) hereunder. Where the extra works are not of similar character and /or executed under similar conditions as aforesaid or where the omissions vary the conditions under which any remaining items or works are carried out, then the contractor shall within 7 days of he receipt of the letter of acceptance inform the Architect / consultant of the rate which he intends to charge for such items of work, duly supported by analysis of the rate or rates claimed and the Architect / Consultant shall fix such rate or prices as in the circumstances in his opinion reasonable
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and proper, based on the market, rate. c) Where extra work cannot be properly measured or valued the contractor shall be allowed day work prices at the net rates stated in the tender of the BOQ or, if not, so stated then in accordance with the local day work rates and wages for the district; provided that in either case, vouchers specifying the daily time (and if required by the Architect / Consultant) the workmans name and materials employed be delivered for verifications to the Architect / consultant at or before the end of the week following that in which the work has been executed. It is further clarified that for all such authorized extra items where rates cannot be derived from the tender, the Contractor shall submit rates duly supported by rate analysis worked on the market rate basis for material, labour, hire / running charges of equipment and wastage etc. plus 15% towards establishment charges, contractors overheads and profit. Such items shall not be eligible for escalation. Final measurement The final measurement, valuation and payment in respect of the contract shall be completed within six months of the virtual completion of the work. 22.0 Virtual completion certificate (VCC) On successful completion of entire woks covered by the contract to the full satisfaction of the Architects / NHB, the contractor shall ensure that the following works have been completed to the satisfaction of the Architects / NHB. a) b) Clear the site of all scaffolding, wiring, pipes, surplus materials, contractors labour, equipment and machinery. Demolish, dismantle and remove the contractors site office, temporary works, structures including labour sheds/camps and constructions and other items and things whatsoever brought upon or erected at the site or any land allotted to the contractor by the NHB and not incorporated in the permanent works. Remove all rubbish, debris etc. from the site and the land allotted to the contractor by the NHB and shall clear, level and dress, compact the site as required by the NHB. Shall put the NHB in undisputed custody and possession of the site and all land allotted by the NHB. Shall hand over the work in a peaceful manner to the NHB. All defects / imperfections have been attended and rectified as pointed out by the NHB to the full satisfaction of NHB. Upon the satisfactory fulfillment by the contractor as stated above, the contractor shall be entitled to apply to the Architect / consultant is satisfied of the completion of the work. Relative to which the completion certificate has been sought, the Architect / consultant shall within fourteen (14) days of the receipt of the application for virtual completion certificate, issue a VCC in respect of the work for which the VCC has been applied. This issuance of a VCC shall be without prejudice to the NHBs rights and contractors liabilities under the contract including the contractors liability for defects liability period nor shall the issuance of VCC in respect of the works or work at any site be construed as a waiver of any right or claim of the NHB against the contractor in respect of works or work at the site and in respect of which the VCC has been issued. 23.0 Work by other agencies The NHB / Architect / consultant reserves the rights to use premises and any portion of the site for execution of any work not included in the scope of this contract which it may desire to have carried out by other persons simultaneously and the contractor shall not only allow but also extend reasonable facilities for the execution of such work, the contractor, however, shall not be required to provided any plant or material for the execution of such work except by special arrangement with the NHB. Such work shall be carried out in such manner as not to impede the progress of the works included in the contract.

d)

21.0

c)

d) e) f)

24.0

Insurance of works
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25.1

without limiting his obligations and responsibilities under the contract, the contractor shall insure in the joint names of he NHB and the contractor against all loss of damages from whatever cause arising other than the excepted risks, for which he is responsible under the terms of contract and in such a manner that the NHB and contractor are covered for the period stipulated in clause 28 of GCC and are also covered during the period of maintenance for loss or damage arising from a cause, occurring prior to the period of maintenance for loss or damage arising from a cause, occurring prior to the commencement of the period of maintenance and for any loss or damage occasioned by the contractor in the course of any operations carried out by him for the purpose of complying with his obligations under clause. The works for the time being executed to the estimated current Contract value thereof, or such additional sum as may be specified together with the materials for incorporation in the works at their replacement value. The constructional plant and other things brought on to the site by the contractor to the replacement value of such constructional plant and other things. Such insurance shall be effected with an insurer and in terms approved by the NHB which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld and the contractor shall whenever required produce to the Architect / consultant the policy if insurance and the receipts for payment of the current premiums. Contractor to indemnify NHB The contractor shall indemnify the NHB against all claims, proceedings, damages, costs, charges and expenses in respect of the matters referred to in the matters referred to in the provision sub-clause 26.2 of this clause.

a)

b)

c)

25.2

25.3

Contractors superintendence The contractor shall fully indemnify and keep indemnified the NHB against any action, claim, or proceeding relating to infringement or use of any patent or design or any alleged patent or design rights and shall pay any royalties which may be payable in respect of any article or part thereof included in the contract. In the event of any claim made under or action brought against NHB in respect of such matters as aforesaid the contractor shall be immediately notified thereof and the contractor shall be at liberty, at his own expenses to settle any dispute or to conduct any litigation that may arise there from, provided that the contractor shall not be liable to indemnify the NHB if the infringement of the patent or design or any alleged patent or design right is the direct result of an order passed by the Architect / Consultant in this behalf.

25.4

Third Party Insurance Before commencing the execution of the work the contractor but without limiting his obligations and responsibilities under clause 26.0 of GCC shall insure against his liability for any material or physical damage, loss or injury which may occur to any property including that of NHB, or to any person, including any employee of the NHB, by or arising out of the execution of the works or in the carrying out of the contract, otherwise than due to the mattes referred to in the provision to clause 26.0 thereof.

25.5

Minimum amount of Third Party Insurance Such insurance shall be affected with an insurer and in terms approved by the NHB which approval shall not be reasonably withheld and for at least the amount stated below. The contractor shall, whenever required. Produce to the Architect / consultant the policy or policies of insurance cover and receipts for payment of the current premiums.

25.5.1 The minimum insurance cover for physical property, injury, and death is Rs. 5 Lacs per occurrence with the number of occurrences limited to four. After each occurrence contractor will pay additional premium necessary to make insurance valid for four occurrences always. 25.6 Accident or Injury to workman The NHB shall not be liable for or in respect of any damages or compensation payable at law in respect or in consequence of any accident or injury to any workmen or other person in the employment of the contractor or any sub-contractor, save and except an accident or injury resulting from any act or default of the NHB or their agents, or employees. The contractor shall indemnify and keep indemnified NHB against all such damages
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and compensation, save and except as aforesaid, and against all claims, proceedings, costs, charges and expenses whatsoever in respect thereof or in relation thereto. 25.6.1 Insurance against accidents etc. to workmen The contractor shall insure against such liability with an insurer approved by the NHB during the whole of the time that any persons are employed by him on the works and shall, when required, produce to the architect / consultant such policy of insurance and receipt for payment of the current premium. Provided always a that, in respect of any persons employed by any sub-contractor the contractors obligation to insure as aforesaid under this sub-clause shall be satisfied if the sub contractor shall be insured against the liability in respect of such persons in such manner that NHB in indemnified under the policy but the contractor shall require such sub-contractor to produce to the Architect / consultant when such policy of insurance and the receipt for the payment of the current premium. 25.6.2 Remedy on contractors failure to insure: If the contractor fails to effect and keep in force the insurance referred to above or any other insurance which he may be required to effect under the terms of contract, then and in any such case the NHB may effect and keep in force any such insurance and pay such premium or premiums as may be necessary for that purpose and from time to time deduct the amount so paid by the NHB as aforesaid from any amount due or which may become due to the contractor, or recover the same as debt from the contractor. Without prejudice to the others rights of the NHB against contractors. In respect of such default, the employer shall be entitled to deduct from any sums payable to the contractor the amount of any damages costs, charges, and other expenses paid by the NHB and which are payable by the contractors under this clause. The contractor shall upon settlement by the insurer of any claim made against the insurer pursuant to a policy taken under this clause, proceed with due diligence to rebuild or repair the works destroyed or damaged. In this event all the monies received from the insurer in respect of such damage shall be paid to the contractor and the contractor shall not be entitled to any further payment in respect of the expenditure incurred for rebuilding or repairing of the materials or goods destroyed or damaged. 26 Commencement of Works: The date of commencement of the work will be reckoned as the date of handing over site or three days from the date of issue of letter of acceptance of the tender by the NHB which ever is later. 27 Time for completion Time is essence of the contract and shall be strictly observed by the contractor. The entire work shall be completed within a period of 30 days from the date of commencement. If required in the contract or as directed by the Architect / consultant. The contractor shall complete certain portions of work before completion of the entire work. However the completion date shall be reckoned as the date by which the whole work is completed as per the terms of the contract. 28 Extension of time If, in the opinion of the Architect/consultant, the work be delayed for reasons beyond the control of the contractor, the Architect/consultant may submit a recommendation to the NHB to grant a fair and reasonable extension of time for completion of work as per the terms of contract. If the contractor needs an extension of time for the completion of work or if the completion of work is likely to be delayed for any reasons beyond the due date of completion as stipulated in the contract, the contractor shall apply to the NHB through the Architect / Consultant in writing in detail and his justification if any, for the delays. The architect/consultant shall submit their recommendations to the NHB in the prescribed format for granting extension of time. While granting extension of time the contractor shall be informed the period-extended time which will qualify for levy of liquidated damages. For he balance period in excess of original stipulated period and duly sanctioned extension of time by the NHB the provision of liquidated damages as stated under clause no. 9 of GCC shall become applicable. Further the contract shall remain in force even for the period beyond the due date of completion irrespective whether the extension is granted or not.

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Whole of the materials, plant and labour to be provided by the contractor and the mode, manner and speed of execution and maintenance of the works are to be of a kind and conducted in a manner to the satisfaction of the Architect / consultant should the rate of progress of the work or any part thereof be at any time be in the opinion of the Architect / consultant too slow to ensure the completion of the whole of the work by the prescribed time or extended time for completion the Architect / consultant to expedite progress so as to complete the works by the prescribed time or extended time. Such communications from the Architect / consultant neither shall relieve the contractor from fulfilling obligations under the contract nor will he be entitled to raise any claims arising out of such directions. 30 Work during nights and holidays Subject to any provision to the contrary contained in the contract no permanent work shall save as herein provided be carried on during the night or on holidays without the permission in writing of the Architect / consultant, save when the work is unavoidable or absolutely necessary for the saving of life or property or for the safety of the work in which case the contractor shall immediately advise the Architect / consultant. However the provisions of the clause shall not be applicable in the case of any work which becomes essential to carry by rotary or double shifts in order to achieve the progress and quality of the part of the works being technically required / continued with the prior approval of the Architect / consultant at no extra cost to the NHB. All work at night after obtaining approval from competent authorities shall be carried out without unreasonable noise and disturbance. 31 No compensation or restriction of work. If at any time after acceptance of the NHB shall decide to abandon or reduce the scope of work for any reason whatsoever and hence not required the whole or any part of the work to be carried out. The architect / consultant shall give notice in writing to that effect to the contractor and the contractor shall act accordingly. In this matter, the contractor shall have no claim to any payment of compensation or otherwise whatsoever, on account of any profit or advantage which he might have derived from the execution of the work fully but which he did not derive in consequence of the foreclosure of the whole or part of the work. Provided that the contractor shall be paid the charges on the cartage only of materials actually and bonafide brought to the site of the work by the contractor and rendered surplus as a result of the abandonment, curtailment of the work or any portion thereof and then taken back by the contractor, provided however that the Architect / consultant shall have in such cases the option of taking over all or any such materials at their purchase price or a local current rate whichever is less. In case of such stores having been issued for NHB stores and returned by the contractor to stores, credit shall be given to him at the rates not exceeding those at which were originally issued to the contractor after taking into consideration and deduction for claims on account of any deterioration or damage while in the custody of the contractor and in this respect the decision of Architect / consultant shall be final. 32 i) Suspension of work The contractor shall, on receipt of the order in writing of the Architect / consultant (whose decision shall be final and binding on the contractor) suspend the progress of works or any part thereof for such time and in such manner as Architect / consultant may consider necessary so as not to cause any damage or injury to the work already done or endanger the safety thereof for any of following reasons. One account any default on the part of the contractor, or for proper execution of the works or part thereof for reasons other then the default of the contractor, or For safety of the works or part thereof. The contractor shall, during such suspension, properly protect and secure the works to the extent necessary and carry out the instructions given in that behalf by the Architect / consultant. 4. If the suspension is ordered for reasons (b) and (c) sub-para (i) above: The contractor shall be entitled to an extension of time equal to the period of every such suspension. No compensation whatsoever shall be paid on this account.
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Action when the whole security deposit is forfeited In any case in which under any clause or clauses of this contract, the Contractor shall have rendered himself liable to pay compensation amounting to the whole of his security deposit the Architect / consultant shall have the power to adopt any of the following course as they may deem best suited to the interest of the NHB.

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To rescind the contract (of which rescission notice in writing to the contractor by the Architect / consultant shall be conclusive evidence) and in which case the security deposit of the contractor shall be forfeited and be absolutely at the disposal of NHB. To employ labour paid by the NHB and to supply materials to carry out the work, or any part of the work, debiting the contractor with the cost of the labour and materials (the cost of such labour and materials as worked out by the Architect /consultant shall be final and conclusive against the contractor) and crediting him with the value of the work done, in all respects in the same manner and at the same manner and at the same rates as if it had been carried out by the contractor under the terms of this contract the certificate of architect / consultant as to the value of work done shall be final and conclusive against the contractor.

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To measure up the work of the contractor, and to take such part thereof as shall be unexecuted, out of his hands, to give it to another contractor to complete in which case any expenses which may be incurred in excess of the sum which would have been paid to the original contractor, if the whole work had been executed by him (of the amount of which excess the certificates in writing of the Architects / consultant shall be final and conclusive) shall be borne by original contractor and may be deducted from any money due to him by NHB under the contract or otherwise, or from his security deposit or the proceeds of safe thereof, or sufficient part thereof. In the event of any of above courses being adopted by the NHB the contractor shall have no claim to compensation for any loss sustained by him by reasons of his having purchased or procured any material or entered into any engagements or make any advances on account of, or with a view to the execution of the work or the performance of the contract and in case the contract shall be rescind under the provision aforesaid, the contractor shall not be entitled to recover or to be paid any sum or any work thereto for actually performed under this contract, unless, and until the Architect / consultant will have certified in writing the performance of such work and the value payable in respect thereof, and he shall only be entitled to be paid the value so certified. Owners right to terminate the contract If the contractor being an individual or a firm commit any Act of Insolvency or shall be adjusted an insolvent or being an incorporated company shall have an order for compulsory winding up voluntarily or subject to the supervision of Govt. and of the Official Assignee of the liquidator in such acts of insolvency or winding up shall be unable within seven days after notice to him to do so, to show to the reasonable satisfaction of the Architect / Consultant the at he is able to carry out and fulfill the contract, and to give security therefore if so required by the Architect / consultant. Or if the contractor (whether an individual firm or incorporated Company) shall suffer execution to be issued or shall suffer any payment under this contract to be attached by or on behalf of any of the creditors of the contractor. Or shall assign or sublet this contract without the consent in writing of the NHB through the Architect / consultant or shall charge or encumber this contract or any payment due to which may become due to the contractor there under:

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8. b)

Has abandoned the contract; or Has failed to commence the works, or has without any lawful excuse under these conditions suspended the progress of the works for days after receiving from the NHB through the Architect / Consultant written notice to proceed, or Has failed to proceed with the works with such diligence and failed to make such due progress as would enable the works to be completed with in the time agreed upon, or has failed to remove the materials from the site or to pull down and replace work within seven days after written notice from the NHB through the Architect / consultant that the said materials were condemned and rejected by the Architect / consultant under these conditions; or has neglected or failed persistently to observe and perform all or any the acts, matters or things
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by this contract to be observed and performed by the contractor for seven days after written notice shall have been given to the contractor to observe or perform the same or has to he determent of good workmanship or in defiance of the NHBs or Architects / consultants instructions to the contrary subject any part of the contract. Then and in any of said cases the NHB and or the Architect / consultant, may not withstanding any previous waiver, after giving seven days notice in writing to the contractor, determine the contract, but without thereby affecting the powers of the NHB or the Architect / Consultant or the obligation and liabilities of the contractor the whole of which shall continue in force as fully as if the contract had not been so determined and as if the works subsequently had been executed by or on behalf of the contractor. And further the NHB through the Architect / consultant their agents or employees may enter upon and take possession of he work and all plants, tools, scaffoldings, materials, sheds, machineries lying upon the premises or on he adjoining lands or roads use the same by means of their own employees or workmen in carrying on and completing the work or by engaging any other contractors or persons to complete the work and the contractor shall not in any was interrupt or do any act, matter or thing to prevent or hinder such other contractor or other persons employed for completing and finishing or using the materials and plant for the works.

When the works shall be completed or as soon thereafter as convenient the NHB or the architect / consultant shall give a notice in writing to the contractor to remove his surplus materials and plants and should the contractor fail to do so within 14 days after receipt thereof by him the NHB sell the same by public auction after due publication, and shall adjust the amount ealized by such auction. The contractor shall have no right to question any of the acts of the NHB incidental to the sale of the materials etc. 35.0 Certificate of payment The contractor shall be entitle under the certificates to be issued by the Architect / consultant to the contractor within 14 working days from the date of certificate to the payment from NHB from time to time. The NHB shall recover the statutory recoveries towards Income tax, Work contract tax as per the prevailing bye laws and other dues including the retention amount from the certificate of payment. Provided always that the issue of any certificate by the Architect / consultant during his progress of works or completion shall not have effect as certificate of satisfaction or relieve the contractor from his liability under clause. The Architect / consultant shall have power to with hold the certificate if the work or any part thereof is not carried out to their satisfaction. The architect / consultant may by any certificate make any corrections required in previous certificate. The NHB shall modify the certificate of payment as issued by the architect / consultant from time to time while making the payment. The contractor shall submit interim bills only after taking actual measurements and property recorded in the M books The contractor shall not submit interim bills when the approximate value of work done by him is less than Rs. 13 Lacs and the minimum interval between two such bills shall be one month. The final bill may be submitted by contractor within a period of one month from the date of virtual completion and Architect / consultant shall issue the certificate of payment within a period of two months. The NHB shall pay the amount within a period of three months from the date of issue of certificate provided there is no dispute in respect of rates and quantities. The contractor shall submit the interim bills in the prescribed format with all details. 36.0 Settlement of disputes and arbitration Except where otherwise provided in the contract all questions and disputes relating to the meaning of the specifications, design, drawings and instructions herein before mentioned and as to the quality of workmanship or materials used on the work or as to any other question, claim, right, matter or thing whatsoever in any way arising out of or relating to the contract, designs, drawings, specifications, estimates, instructions, orders or those conditions or otherwise concerning the work or the execution or failure to execute the same whether arising during the progress of the work or after the cancellation, termination, completion or
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abandonment thereof shall be dealt with as mentioned hereinafter. If the contractor considers that he is entitled to any extra payment or compensation in respect of the works over and above the amounts admitted as payable by the Architect or in case the contractor wants to dispute the validity of any deductions or recoveries made or proposed to be made from the contract or raise any dispute, the contractor shall forthwith give notice in writing of his claim, or dispute to the Managing Director, th National Housing Bank, , 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre , Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003 and endorse a copy of the same to the Architect, within 45 days from the date of disallowance thereof or the date of deduction or recovery. The said notice shall give full particulars of the claim, grounds on which it is based and detailed calculations of the amount claimed and the contractor shall not be entitled to raise any claim nor shall the Bank be in any way liable in respect of any claim by the contractor unless notice of such claim shall th have been given by the contractor to the Managing Director, National Housing Bank, , 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre , Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003 in the manner and within the time as aforesaid. The contractor shall be deemed to have waived and extinguished all his rights in respect of any claim not notified th to the Managing Director, National Housing Bank, 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre , Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003 in writing in the manner and within the time aforesaid. The Managing Director, National Housing Bank, , 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre , Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110001 shall give his decision in writing on the claims notified by the contractor. The contractor may th within 45 days of the receipt of the decision of the Managing Director, National Housing Bank, , 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre , Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003, submit his claims to the conciliating authority namely the ________________________________________ for conciliation along with all details and th copies of correspondence exchanged between him the Managing Director, National Housing Bank, , 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre , Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003. If the conciliation proceedings are terminated without settlement of the disputes, the contractor shall, within a period of 45 days of termination thereof shall give a notice to the concerned Managing Director, National th Housing Bank, , 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre , Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003 for appointment of an arbitrator to adjudicate the notified claims failing which the claims of the contractor shall be deemed to have been considered absolutely barred and walved.
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Except where the decision has become final, binding and conclusive in terms of the contract, all disputes or differences arising out of the notified claims of the differences arising out of the notified claims of the contractor as aforesaid and all claims of the Bank shall be referred for adjudication through arbitration by the th Sole Arbitrator appointed by the Managing Director, National Housing Bank, 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre , Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003. It will also be the objection to any such appointment that the Arbitrator so appointed is a Bank Officer and that he had to deal with the matters to which the Contract relates in the course of his duties as Bank Officer. If the arbitrator so appointed is unable or unwilling to act or resigns his appointment or vacates his office due to any reason whatsoever another sole arbitrator shall th be appointed in the manner aforesaid by the Managing Director, National Housing Bank, , 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre , Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003. Such person shall be entitled to proceed with the reference from the stage at which it was left by his predecessor.

It is a term of this contract that the party invoking arbitration shall give a list of disputes with amounts claimed in respect of each dispute along with the notice for appointment of arbitrator. It is also a term of this contract that no person other than a person appointed by Managing Director, National th Housing Bank, 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003 as aforesaid should act as arbitrator. The conciliation and arbitration shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Arbitration & Conciliation Act 1996 or any statutory modification or re-enactment thereof and the rules made there under. It is also a term of the contract that if any fees are payable to the arbitrator these shall be paid equally by both the parties. However, no fees will be payable to the arbitrator if he is a Bank Officer. It is also a term of the contract that the arbitrator shall be deemed to have entered on the reference on the date he issues notice to both the parties calling them to submit their statement of claims and counter statement of claims. The venue of the arbitration shall be such place as may be fixed by the arbitrator in his sole discretion. The fees, if any, of the arbitrator shall, if required to be paid before the award is made and published, be paid half and half by each of the parties. The cost of the reference and of the award (including
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the fees, if any of the arbitrator) shall be in the discretion of the arbitrator who may direct to any by whom and in what manner, such costs or any part thereof, shall be paid and fix or settle the amount of costs to be so paid. 37.0 Force Majeure Neither contractor nor NHB shall be considered in default in performance of their obligations if such performance is prevented or delayed by event such as but not to war, hostilities revolution, riots, civil commotion, strikes, lockout, conflagrations, epidemics, accidents, fire, storms, floods, droughts, earthquakes or ordinances or any act of god or for any other cause beyond the reasonable control of the party affected or prevented or delayed. However a notice is required to be given within 45 days from the happening of the even with complete details, to the other party to the contract, if it is not possible to serve a notice, within the shortest possible period without delay. As soon as the cause of force majeure has been removed the party whose ability to perform its obligations has been affected, shall notify the other such cessation and the actual delay incurred in such affected activity adducing necessary evidence in support thereof. From the date of occurrence of a case of force majeure obligations of the party affected shall be suspended during the continuance of any inability so caused. With the cause itself and inability resulting there from having been removed, the agreed time of completion of the respective obligations under this agreement shall stand extended by a period equal to the period of delay occasioned by such events. Should one or both parties be prevented from fulfilling the contractual obligations by a state of force majeure lasting to a period of 6 months or more the two parties shall each other to decide regarding the future execution of this agreement. 38.0 Local laws, Acts, Regulations: The contractor shall strictly adhere to all prevailing labour laws inclusive of contract labour (regulation and abolition act of 1970) and other safety regulations. The contractor shall comply with the provision of all labour legislation including the latest requirements of all the Acts, laws, any other regulations that are applicable to the execution of the project. i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) 39.0 Minimum wages Act 1948 (Amended) Payment of wages Act 1936 (Amended) Workmens compensation Act 1923 (Amended) Contact labour regulation and abolition act 1970 and central rules 1971 (Amended) Apprentice act 1961 (Amended) Industrial employed (standing order) Act 1946 (Amended) Personal injuries (Compensation insurance) act 1963 and any other modifications Employees provided fund and miscellaneous provisions Act 1952 and amendment thereof. Shop and establishment act Any other act or enactment relating thereto and rules framed there under from time to time.

Accidents The contractor shall immediately on occurrence of any accident at or about the site or in connection with the execution of the work report such accident to the Architect / consultant. The contractor shall also such report immediately to the competent authority whenever such report is required to be lodged by the law and take appropriate actions thereof.

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SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT 1.0 SCOPE OF WORK The scope of work is to carry out the Interior, Furnishing, Electrical & Air conditioning works for National th Housing Bank at 5 Floor, Core 5A, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003. 2.0 ADDRESS OF SITE The site is located at 5 Floor at Core 5A, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003. 3.0 DIMENSION AND LEVELS All dimensions and levels shown on the drawing shall be verified by the contractor on the site and he will be held responsible for the accuracy and maintenance of the entire dimension and the levels. Figured dimensions are in all cases to be accepted and no dimension shall be scaled. Large-scale details shall take precedence over small scale drawing. In case of discrepancy the contractor shall ask for clarification from the Architect / consultant before proceeding with the work. 4.0 LIGHTING OF WORKS The contractor shall at all times provide adequate and approved lighting as required for the proper execution and supervision and inspection of works. 5.0 i) FIRE FIGHTING ARRANGEMENTS The contractor shall at all times provide suitable arrangements for the fighting at his own cost. For this purpose he shall provide requisite number of fire extinguishers and adequate number of buckets, some of which are of be always kept filed with sand and some with water. These equipments shall be provided at suitable prominent and easily accessible places and shall be properly maintained. Any deficiency in the fire safety or unsafe conditions shall be corrected by the contractor at his own cost and to the approval of the relevant authorities. The contractor shall make the following arrangements at his own cost but not limited to the following : a) b) c) d) e) f) 6.0 Proper handling, storage and disposal of combustible materials and waste. Worked operations which can create fire hazards. Access for the fire fighting equipments. Types, number and location of containers for the removal of surplus materials and rubbish. Type size, number and location of fire extinguishers or other fire fighting equipment. General house keeping.
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SITE MEETINGS Site meetings will be held to review the progress and quality evaluation. The contractors shall depute a senior representative along with the site representative staff of approved sub-contractors and suppliers as required to the site meetings and ensure all follow up actions. Any additional review meetings shall be held if required by the architect / consultant.

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DISPOSAL OF REFUSE The contractor shall cart away all debris, refuse etc. arising from the work from the site and deposit the same as directed by the architect / consultant at his own cost. It is the responsibility of the contractor to obtain from the locate authorities concerned to the effect that all rubbish arising out of contractors activities at the construction site or any other off-site activities borrow pits has been properly disposed off.

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CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY SITE MEASUREMENT The contractor shall check and verify all site measurements whenever requested by other specialists contractors of other sub contractors to enable them to prepare their own shop drawings and pass on the information with sufficient promptness as will not in any way delay the works.
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AS BUILT DRAWINGS For the drawing issued to the contractor by the Architect/Consultant. The architect / will issue two sets of drawings to the contractor for the items for which some changes have been made. From the approved drawings as instructed by the NHB / architect / consultant. The contractor will make the changes made on these copies and return these copies to the architect / consultant for their approval. In case any revision is required or the corrections are not properly marked the architect / consultant will point out the discrepancies to the contractor. The contractor will have to incorporate these corrections and /or attend to discrepancies either on the copies as directed by the architect / consultant and resubmit to him for approval. The architect / consultant will return one copy duly approved by him. For the drawings prepared by the contractor, the contractor will modify the drawing prepared by him wherever the changes are made by the NHB / architect / consultant. And submit two copies of such modified drawings to the architect / consultant for approval. The architect / consultant will return one copy of the approved drawing to the contractor. APPROVED MAKE The contractor shall provide all materials form the list of approved makes at his own cost. The architect / consultant may approve any make / agency within the approved list as given in the tender after inspection of the sample / mock up.

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PROCUREMENT OF MATERIALS The contractor shall make his own arrangements to procure all the required materials for the work. All wastages and losses in weight shall be to the contractors account.

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EXCISE DUTY, TAXES LEVIES ETC. The contractors shall pay and be responsible for payment of all taxes, duties, levies, royalties, fees cess, or charges in respect of the works including but not limited to sales tax, tax on works contract excise duty, and octroi, payable in respect of materials, equipments plant and other things required for the contact. All of the aforesaid taxes, duties, levies, fees and charges shall be to the contractors account and the NHB shall not be required to pay any additional or extra amount on this account. Variation of taxes, duty fees, levies etc if any, till completion of work shall be deemed to be included in the quoted in the quoted rates and no extra amount on this account. Variation of taxes, duties, fees, levies, etc if any till completion of work shall be deemed to be included in the quoted rates and no extra claim on this account will in any case be entertained. If a new tax or duty or levy or cess or royalty or octroi is imposed under as statue or law during the currency of contract the same shall be borne by the contractor.

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FINANCIAL BID Selection of the bidders will be made based on L1 criteria for all technically qualified bidders. Total Amount/Rate will be taken into consideration.

14.0

CLARIFICATIONS OF BIDS To assist in the examination, evaluation and comparison of bids the Bank may, at its discretion, ask the bidder for clarification and response shall be in writing and no change in the price or substance of the bid shall be sought, offered or permitted.

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PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION The Bank will examine the bids to determine whether they are complete, whether any computational errors have been made, whether required information has been provided as underlined in the bid document, whether the documents have been properly signed, and whether bids are generally in order. The bid determined as not in order as per the specifications will be rejected by the Bank.

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CONTACTING THE BANK Any effort by bidder to influence the Bank in the Bank's bid evaluation, bid comparison or contract award decision may result in the rejection of the Bidders' bid. Bank's decision will be final and without prejudice and will be binding on all parties.

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BANK'S RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY BID OR ALL BIDS The Bank reserves the right to accept or reject any bid and annul the bidding process and reject all bids at any time prior to award of contract, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected bidder or bidders or any obligation to inform the affected bidder or bidders of the ground for the Bank's action. Bank reserves the right to select more than one bidder keeping in view its large requirements.

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SIGNING OF CONTRACT. The successful bidder(s) to be called as vendor, shall be required to enter into a Service level Agreement (SLA) with the Bank, within 7 days of the award of the tender or within such extended period as may be specified by the Bank.

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PROFORMA FOR RUNNING ACCOUNT BILLS CERTIFICATE

The measurements on the basis of which the above entries for the Running Bill No._____________________ _____________ were made have been taken jointly on___________________________and are recorded at Pages _________ of measurement book No.__________________________________________________.

Date & Signature of Contractor.

Date & Signature of Architects representative (Seal).

Date & Signature of Site Engineer

The work recorded in the above mentioned measurements has been done at the site Satisfactorily as per tender drawings, conditions and specifications.

ARCHITECT

SITE ENGINEER

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RUNNING A/C BILL I) II) III) IV) V) VI) VII) Sr. No. Name of contractor/Agency. Name of work Sr. No. of this bill. No. and date of previous bill. Reference to Agreement No. Rate of written order to commence. Date of completion as per agreement. Item description Unit Rate (Rs.) As per tender Qty. Amt. (Rs.) 4. 5. Upto previous R/A bill Qty. Amt. (Rs.) 6. Upto date (gross) Qty. Amt. (Rs.) 7.

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Bank Asstt. Engineer (Site)

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LIST OF MATERIALS OF APPROVED BRANDS (INTERIOR) NOTE: The Contractor shall quote for the best of the materials as specified below. The Contractor shall obtain prior approval from Architect before placing order for the specific materials/agencies. In case of non-availability of any of the approved/specified materials/Agency, during the execution of the work, the Architects may approve suitable equivalent brand/Agency and his decision shall be final and binding on the contractor and the price variations, if any, shall be adjusted accordingly.

MATERIALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 VITRIFIED FLOOR TILES PARTICLE BOARD / COMMERCIAL/ TEAKWOOD PLY LAMINATE VENEER GLASS LOCKS DOOR CLOSER, FLOOR SPRING FURNITURE HARDWARE TEXTURE PAINT PLASTIC EMULSION PAINT PAINT AND DISTEMPER FIRE RESISTANT PRIMER VENETIAN BLINDS MINERAL FIBRE CEILING TILES ACRYLIC SOLID SURFACE CERAMIC TILES WORK STATION MODULAR FURNITURE MODULAR LOW HEIGHT STORAGE CHAIRS : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

BRAND NAME JOHNSON, MARBITO, NITCO,KAJARIA DURO, DURO GREENLAM , MERINO CENTURY, GREEN ASAHI, SAINT GOBAIN, MODIFLOAT GODREJ EVERITE, DOORKING EARL BEHARI SPECTRUM, UNITILE, OIKOS ICI, BURGER ASIAN, RAJDOOT VIPER MAC, LUXALON, VISTA LEVELLOR ARMSTRONG CORIAN, LG JOHNSON, KAJARIA GODREJ, ERGO ERGO ERGO GODREJ, ERGO

SIGNATURE OF THE TENDERER

SIGNATURE NATIONAL HOUSING BANK

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LIST OF MATERIALS OF APPROVED BRANDS (ELECTRICALS)

FRLS PVC conduits Cu wires 650/1100 Volts grade

BEC/POLYPACK/NOIDADHATU Finolex/ RR cable/ havells/ Gems cab/SKYTONE

switches and Sockets Dstribution boards/ MCBS / ELCBS, Motion/ Presence detector MCCBS/ motorised/manual Contactors capacitors( heavy duty type ) LEDS Cat 6 cable Smoke detector& accessories Access coontrol Public address sytem ups

Legrand/Shneider/ Crabtree Legrand/Shneider/L&T/ Havells L&T/Schneider/ L&T Legrand/ L&T/ Havells L&T/Schneider/ Havells L&T/Schneider/ Havells. Osram/Philips/ ---Tyco/ Krone/ Edawrd/ Honeywell/ Applo or UL listed Schneider/ Bosch/Ahuja autometer/pca/eton

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1. M.S /PVC CONDUITS & ACCESSORIES (ISI) 2. WIRES (MULTI STRANDED ONLY) (ISI) (FRLS ONLY) 3. SHEET

: BEC/STEEL CRAFT/AKG/SETIA : SKYTONE/ FINOLEX/ NATIONAL : HYLAM 3MM WHITE BOTH SIDE WHITE : ABB/ CRABTREE (MODULAR) : ABB/MDS/ STANDARD/ HPL/ L&T (DBS- DOUBLE DOOR TYPE ONLY) : CROMPTON/ STANDARD/HPL L&T(FRONT OPERATED ONLY) : EE/ L&T/ STANDARD/HPL : SKYTONE/NATIONAL/GLOSTER/ECKO : SCREWLESS WAGO & CONTROLS (I) LTD. : TELEMECANIQUE/ L&T : RISHAB/ AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC : KAYCEE/ L&T : COMET/ CONNECT WEL/ DOWELS : CROMPTON GREAVES /PHILIPS : CROMPTON GREAVES/BAJAJ : BLUESTAR/CARRIER/HITACHI LLOYD/VOLTAS : LOGICSTATE/CREAST/IN-LINE

4. SWITCHES/SOCKETS ETC.(ISI)

5. MCCB, MCBs, ELCBs, DBs 6. CHANGE OVER SWITCHES

7. SWITCH FUSE UNITS 8. CABLES 9. JOINTING KITS/CONNECTORS 10. INDICATING LAMPS 11. METERING EQUIPMENT

12. ASS/ VSS 13. CABLE GLAND/ LUGS

14. LUMINARIES & FIXTURES 15. FANS 16. A.Cs 17. STABILISERS

Contractor shall ensure that the above mentioned makes of materials are available in the market.

DATE:

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APPENDIX HEREINBEFORE REFERRED TO Clause No. Defects Liability Period 26 Minimum amount for third party Insurance Date of commencement : : 12 months Rs. 5 lacs

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Within three days from the date of issue of letter of acceptance of the tender by the NHB 30 days from the date of handing over site 0.5% per week upto a maximum of 5% of the contract amount Rs. 13 Lacs 8% on running bills 2% of the total value of the contract. Maximum of 5% of contract value(including Retention) 50% of the Total Security Deposit will be released with the final certificate of payment, balance after Defects Liabilities Period (after due adjustment, if any) 10 working days from the date of receipt of the certified bill from the Architect. 12 Weeks from the date of receipt of the certified bill from the Architect. NATIONAL HOUSING BANK, th 5 Floor Core 5A, India Habitat Centre at Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003.

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Date of completion

Liquidated Damages at the rate of

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Value of Bills for interim Certificates Retention percentage Initial Security Deposit (including Earnest Money Deposited). Total Security Deposit

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Installment after virtual completion

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Period for Honouring Interim Certificates

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Period for Honouring Final Certificate

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Appointing Authority

SIGNATURE OF TENDERER.

SIGNATURE NATIONAL HOUSING BANK

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SPECIFICATIONS (INTERIORS)
General Without forgoing the requirements of the conditions of Tender and the Conditions of Contract the works in general shall confirm to the Specifications 91-92-96 published by CPWD, New Delhi and the Specifications for works stated in this tender. In case items not covered by the general specifications referred above, reference shall be made to the appropriate. I.S. Code. If there is any difference in the particular specifications of the latter shall prevail. In case of any work for which there is no specification in I.S. specifications or in the specifications forming part of tender documents or in case there is any variation, such work shall be carried out in all respects in accordance with the instructions to be issued by the Architects. The term Engineer in charge appearing in the specifications shall mean the Architect or his authorised representative as the context may demand consistent with the conditions and other stipulations of this contract. The term Department shall mean the Employer. Any reference to ISI shall also mean reference to its successor Bureau of Indian Standards. All corrections to specifications 91-92-96 or latest revisions of I.S. shall be deemed to apply to this contract. Materials bearing ISI certification mark shall be given highest preference for use in the works. Where the contractor is required to do, perform, execute (etc.) any work or service or the like, it shall be deemed to be at his own cost. Absence of terms providing supplying, installing, fixing etc. shall not even remotely entitle the Contractor to any additional payment thereof. The rates accepted in the Schedule of Quantities apply to all floors, heights, depths, leads, lifts, spans, sizes, shapes, locations, etc. unless a distinction has been included in the very schedule. The specifications and the Schedules may have been divided into various sub-heads for convenience only. This does not limit applicability of one to the other not it absolves the Contractor of his responsibility to complete any trade / item of work as reasonably inferred from one or more of such sub-heads. The Schedule of Quantities is not necessarily based on Schedule of Rates Delhi 1997 or any of its later / earlier versions. Hence the Schedule of Quantities shall be read and constructed according to explanations given herein and intentions gathered therefrom. A mere parallel drawn from the said Schedule of Rates shall therefore not from a basis for a variation and, or additional payment. All work, under this contract is deemed to be performed above subsoil water level. However, removal of water collected from rains and the like shall be treated as part of contractual risk / obligation. Screws, bolts, nuts, washers, hold fasts, lugs, anchors, clamps, plugs, suspenders, brackets, straps and fasteners of the like are deemed to be included in the rates of various items unless the Schedule of Quantities expressed a different intention. Resetting any displacements, making good holes / chases and such other incidental jobs are included in rates of respective items for which these are required. Stone Work : Stones : The shall be roughly rectangular shaped from an approved quarry. The shall be tough, hard, dense, durable, sound, uniform in colour and texture and free from flaws, cracks, injuries, veins, crystals, minerals, salt, cavities, skins and other defects. The contractor shall furnish a sample stone, which he intends to use on the works and get the same approved by the Architects. Royalties, compensations, octroi duties etc., payable for securing stones shall be paid by the contractor. Mortar The mortar shall be as specified in the item. The sand shall be of approved quality and may be screened or washed if required without extra cost.
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3.0

Wood Work :

The wood work shall be carried out as per detailed drawings and as directed by the owner. Timber shall be sawn in the direction of grain. Sawing shall be straight and square. Scantlings shall be accurate planed smooth to full dimensions and rebates, rounding, moulding, shown in the drawing made before the same are framed. Patching or plugging of any kind shall not be permitted. The workmanship shall conform to IS : 4021. Joints shall be simple, neat, close fittings and strong. Joints shall be simple, neat, close fittings and strong, joints shall be fixed with fevicol and after the frames are put together and pressed in position they shall be pinned with hard wood or steel pins. All mortice and tennon joints shall fit in fully and accurately without wedging or filling. All wood work shall be approved by the owner before it is painted. All portions of timber abutting against or embedded in masonry or concrete shall be painted with boiling coaltar or solingnun before being placed in the position. Before frames are fixed in positions, these shall be inspected and passed by the Architect. Frames shall be placed in proper position and secured to walls with three M. S. holdfasts, heavy duty on each side of door frames and two on each side for windows. In case of door frames without sills vertical members shall be buried in the floor atleast 40 mm deep. The frame without sills shall be provided with temporary wooden bracing to protect them from wrapping during construction. Frames shall be painted with one coat of wood primer & three coats of synthetic enamel paint or polished with French polish as specified. The areas of doors & windows shutters shall be measured to the nearest cm in closed position covering the rebates of the frame but excluding the gap between the shutter and the frame. Over lap of two shutters shall not be measured. All work shall be measured for finished dimensions. No allowance shall be made for dimensions supplied beyond those specified. Length of each piece shall be measured over all nearest to 1 cm. So as to include projections for tenons, scarves or mitres, width and thickness shall be measured to the nearest mm. 4.0 Teak Wood Doors & Windows : Timber used for this work, shall be available second class teakwood of approved quality and as per the sample approved by the Employer / Architect. As specified in the item, all the doors shall have teak wood door frame of approved make / quality and size with three numbers hold fasts on each leg of size 300 mm X 40 mm X 5 mm. Teak wood beading / cover moulding will be provided for teak wood frames as required and directed. Teak wood rough grounds will be provided whereever necessary and at no extra cost. Hold fasts shall be embedded in the concrete block as shown on drawings or as directed. For flush doors, shutters to be used shall be solid core of best approved make and quality with ISI mark, 40 mm thick inclusive of either commercial ply, veneer or Formica of approved shade and design / pattern on one or both sides as specified and shown on the drawings and shall be bonded with Phenol formaldehyde synthetic resin. All flush shutters shall have teakwood lipping on all four sides as directed, which shall be fixed at site. All solid core shutters shall generally confirm to IS 2202. For partly glazed / panelled shutters, the opening for glass and panels shall be as shown on the drawings. The glass used will be best quality sheet glass plain / ground having 5.5 mm thick as specified. The timber panels shall be out of 19 mm thick best approved make and quality marine ply. This will include teakwood beading for glass. For full panelled doors, the shutters shall be best quality factory made with ISI marking to be approved by the Employer / Architect having panels 19 mm thick best approved make and quality marine ply as per tender item and as shown on drawings or as directed. Fixtures and fittings required for all the door and windows shall be as specified in the item or schedule or as directed by the Architect. The samples of all fittings shall be got approved from the employer / Architect before replacing the order. Any fixture found damaged or missing at the time of handing over shall be replaced by the contractor and surface of joinery make good as directed at no extra cost.

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Any fitting / fixtures which is not conforming to the tender item / approved sample or found to be defective during the progress of work / at the time of handing over in the defects liability period shall be replaced by the Contractor at no extra cost. All the timberwork including veneered shutters shall be finished with melamine polish of best-approved make and shade as directed. Laminate : 5.1 Laminate shall be 1/1.5mm thick as specified in the drawings and details of the make and shade as approved by architect. The laminate shall be fixed with a good quality adhesive lie Fevicol / Vemicol it shall be pressed and left for sufficient time to give a good smooth surface without any air pocket or any sings of warping etc. Wood Polish : The Surface to be polished shall be free of dirty, dust etc. And sand papered to a smooth surface. The polish shall be prepared with spirit and approved quality acrylic. The surfaces shall be prepared and all holes, cracks shall be filled to form truly even surface The Polishing of the exposed surface shall be done minimum three coat of spirit polish with intermediate sand papering after each coat of polish. It shall be finished to the entire satisfaction of the Architect, and a final coat of Mansion ax Polish shall be applied, and the surface be finished. For insides of cabinets and drawers the polish shall be done in two coasts. The undersides of the tabletops shall be finished with one coat of polish. All samples of polish shall be approved by the Architect and the shades / colour shall be matched properly wherever necessary. Painting The specification covers the complete painting and finishing of all surface requiring painting throughout the interior and exterior of the building. Refer to room finish, distribution, surfaces etc. The contractor shall supply all labour, materials, tools, ladders, scaffolding and other equipment necessary for the completion and protection of the work. Storage of materials used on the job shall be kept neat, clean and dry. All colour shall be as provided in the colour schedule which shall be as far as a possible use premixed manufacturers colour or /and shall prepare samples of the colours selected and submit the same for approved by the architect. No work is to be proceeding until the Architect has given his approval, preferably in writing of the colour sample. Materials ready mixed and all paints, varnishes, enamels, lacquers, stains, and similar materials must be delivered to the job site in the original containers showing brand name, type of paint, colour of paint and instructions for using. Thinning shall be done only in accordance with directions. The rejected materials shall be removed from the premises immediately. The workmanship shall be of the very quality and all materials shall be evenly spread and smoothly applied on without runs or sags, using good quality brushes and tools etc. as required. Only skilled painters shall be constantly on the job while the work is proceeding. All surfaces to be painted and floors in the rooms being painted shall be cleaned free of all work where a coat material has been applied must be inspected and approved before application of the succeeding specified coat. Each under coat shall be case any antifungal coating is required to be done it must be of the same make. All interior and exterior trim, door frames, doors shelving, cabinet work shall be thoroughly and carefully back painted on all surfaces shall be clean, dry, sanded and properly prepared to receive the paint tops, bottoms and edges or doors shall be finished the dame as the rest of the door. Interior of cabinets shall receive the same finish as specified for outside, unless otherwise noted in the schedule. Drawers shall be given one coat of the chellac all over. Where walls are specified to be painted, all columns, soffits, returns etc. shall be included. The contractor shall protect not only his own work at all times but shall also protect all adjacent work and materials by suitably covering or other acceptable methods during progress of his work. Upon completion of his work he shall remove all paint and varnish spots from floors, glass and other surfaces. Any defected surfaces shall be cleaned and the original finish restored. He shall remove from the premises all rubbish and accumulated material and shall leave the work in clean orderly and acceptable condition. White Wash: White wash shall be prepared from lime slaked on site and stirred with sufficient water to make a thin cream. This shall be allowed to stand for 24 hours and shall be screened though clean cloth, 4 kg of gum dissolved in
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hot water shall be added to each cubic meter of the cream (115 gm per cft) copper Sulphate not exceeding 3% shall be added to give required whiteness. The approximate quantity of water to be added to make cream shall be five litres per kg. Of lime. White wash shall be applied in specified coats by a dispersing agent, detergent upto a maximum of 5% will be added to the mix before application using flat brushes or spray pumps. Each coat shall be allowed to dry before the next coat is applied .If additional coat then what have been specified are necessary to obtain uniform and smooth finish, it shall be given at no extra cost. Distemper: The shades shall be approved by the Architect before the application of distemper.The surface shall be prepared as specified earlier. A primer coat using approved primer or sizing shall be applied. Distemper prepared as per manufacturers directions shall be applied and each coat shall be allowed to dry before the subsequent coat is applied .The finished surface shall be free from chalking when rubbed, even uniform and shall show no brush marks. If additional coats are necessary, they shall be given at no extra cost. Oil Paint: Ready mixed oil paints, flat oil paint, plastic emulsion paint, ready mixed synthetic enamel paint, aluminum paint, etc. shall be brought in original containers and in sealed tins. If for any reasons a thinner is necessary, the brand and quality of the thinner recommended by the manufacturer or as instructed by the Architect shall be used. The surface shall be prepared above and a coat of approved primer shall be applied. After 24 hours drying approved or specified quality paint shall be applied evenly and smoothly. A filler futty coating may be given to give thoroughly and then lightly rubbed down with sandpaper and cleaned of dust before the next cost it applied. The number coats shall be specified in the item and if the finish of the surface is not uniform additional coat as required shall be applied to get good uniform finish at no extra cost. After completion no hair mark from the brush or clothing of paint puddles in the corners of panels, ends of the moulding etc. shall be left on the work. The glass panels, floor, etc. shall be cleaned off from stains. When the final coat is applied if directed the surface shall be rolled with a roller or textured to a special texture finish as approved by the Architect as per sample to be prepared before start of work. 6.6 Duco Paint : All panting surfaces shall be sand papered and cleaned thoroughly. The pores, scratches etc. shall be filled and smoothened properly. A coat of surfaces (Duco P.S. Grey) shall be applied evenly. Then surfaces shall be sand papered and cleaned. A coat on N.C. putty shall be evenly and allowed to dry completely. The water polishing with the help of water proof emery paper shall be carried out to obtain uniform smooth/even surface. Second coat of duco paint shall be applied after drying and cleaning of the first coat. Proper care shall be taken so that no dust, dirt etc. settles down on finished surfaces. The final surface shall be finished even and mat finished. The thinner and putty used shall be Duco only. Rubbing and polishing of the painted surfaces shall be done with waxpol/duco rubbing and wax polish till the surface finish is obtained. If the plaster surface is to be finished with plaster of Paris punning, the surface shall be combed slightly with the wire brushes or nails before it is completely set to form key for plaster of Paris punning. The surface shall be thoroughly cleaned of dust then only damped but not soaked before the application of plaster of paris punning. The Gypsum for preparing punning shall be approved quality. It shall be dry and free from lumps and shall be suitably packed in watertight bags or containers. Paste shall be prepared by adding required quantum of water and same shall be used before it sets. No dropping paste shall be used in the work. Punning shall be applied to the prepared surface with steel trowel to a thickness required to make the surface produce perfectly smooth and even surface working from top to bottom. It shall then be sand papered to give a smooth and even surface. Any unevenness shall be made good by applying putty, made of plaster of paris mixed with water, and then sand papering the same after it is dry. Filling in plaster shall be made good with plaster of paris mixed with colour to be used. The surface shall then be rubbed down again with a fine grade sand paper and made smooth. The surface shall be allowed to dry thoroughly before the regular coat of paint is applied. The measurement shall be in square metre. Plastic emulsion paint: Plastic emulsion paint shall be of approved manufacturer and shall generally confirm to IS-5411 (Part-I) 1969. The colour and shade of the emulsion shall be got approved by the Architect. Double Scaffolding shall be used, Iadden if used shall be tied with old gunny bags at top to prevent damage or scratches to the walls. The
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instructions of the manufacturer shall be followed, in application of priming and finishing coats. Turpentine or any other solvent shall not be used for thinning the paint. Minimum 3 coasts of paint shall be applied inclusive of primer coat. If a proper and even surface is not obtained to the satisfaction of the Architects in 3 coats, Contract shall carry out additional coasts of painting to approval at his expenses. Care shall be taken that dust or other foreign material do not settle or disfigure the various coats. The measurement shall be in square meter. Water proofing Silicon based painting : It shall be used on external surface mainly on exposed stone surface by spray equipment. The contractor shall bring the material to the site in their original packing. The containers shall be opened in front of Asstt. Engineer and used as recommended by the manufacturers. The surface shall be free from residues and shall be washed down by brushing and washing with fresh water then allows to dry overnight. The silicon solution of approved make shall be applied on the clean & dry surface with spraying machine uniformly the second coat shall be applied after first coat has been set for at least 24 hours, before application of the second or subsequent coats the surface of the previous coat shall not be wetted. The Rates generally include: Work, at all heights and use of all scaffolding, trestles, cradles, etc. necessary for execution of work and for inspection by inspecting officers. Preparing surfaces to receive finishing coats such as brushing, sandpapering, scrapping, washing and rubbing etc. Work on comices, narrow widths bends, etc. Spreading and removing covering to door, windows floor fittings etc. to protect them from splash. Washing floors cleaning glass, joinery, sanitary and electric fittings etc. of drops and splashes and leaving premises clean and tidy. Racking and scraping concrete surface to be plastered or rendered. Delivery Storage, Installation & Protection of furniture: 7.1 Furniture and furnishing shall be stored safe from fire, damp theft or any form of damage. When required all items of loose furniture shall be installed in the position shown on the drawings.

The contractor shall protect and guard all fixed and loose items of furniture, fixtures, fittings and all other furnishing from fire, damp, theft or any other damage unit the date of handover of the completed works. The contractor shall make his own investigation to guard against local sources of attack and damage and take all necessary precaution for protection. On completion of the installation of all work in this section, the contractor shall leave all work clean perfect. All fittings and fixtures shall be of brass heavy quality. The fittings and fixtures shall be approved by the architects before fixing. The contractor is deemed to have included all such fittings in the quoted rates and nothing extra shall be admissible even if it is not specifically mentioned in the schedule of quantities. All the fittings such as handles, knobs, hinges, (butt or spring) magnetic catchers, tower, bolts, supporting hooks etc. shall be got approved from the Architect before order. Samples of each fitting shall be placed with Architect on approval all brass fittings also shall have sprayed polyurethane. Figured dimension shall be taken in preference to scaled dimensions in all cases. Before commencing any work, the contractor shall verify all measurements on the site and get clarification wherever needed. A sample of every item of furniture shall be submitted for approval before an order is placed or manufacture commences. Approved samples shall be used as standard of finish and workmanship. Timber shall be of the species indicated on detail drawings or as specified it shall be the best of its kind as set
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section carpentry and joinery, well seasoned and kills dried with a moisture content of 12% +2% for teakwood. It shall be matched for knots or other defects and sawn dire square. Timber which is completely hidden by upholstery material, shall be as specified on drawings. The contractor should get it tested for moisture contents of wood at there on cost as per the direction of the Architect and produce the certificate for approval. Plywood shall be premium quality, resin bonded, weather proof, close-grained plywood suitable for veneering, painting on bonding plastic laminate as required. Plywood for outdoor furniture shall be of standard specification waterproof brand. Exposed edges of plywood shall be finished with strip of sold wood, tongued and grooves and glued or as detailed on the drawings. The contractor shall get the clearances from the Architects for the preference of the brand from the approved list and shall conform to IS 303 1960. All joints shall be standard mortice and tenon dowels, dovetail cross halved, mitred, tongue and grooved or rebated. Nailed butt joints will not be permitted. Where mortice and tenon joints are used tenons shall fit the mortices exactly. Adhesives shall be as specified for joinery and approved by Architects and comply with IS : 961-1957. Where metal legs, frames and the like are used, these shall be welded, braced bolted or riveted if required, and on finished surfaces welding bracing and riveting shall be ground so that no evidence of this is apparent on the final finish or the metal. All legs of case of cabinet furniture, whether of wood or metal, shall be equipped with nylon glides or castors unless otherwise shown on the drawings. Finish shall be fully in accordance with the drawings and schedules and as approved by the Architect. Where timber is in natural finish, pieces shall be matched for colour adgrain before assembly. Where timber is stained the stain shall be matched throughout Backs of wall hung case or cabinet furnitures shall be treated with an approved brand of wood preservations. Where the upholstery is patterned no upholstery fabrication is to commence until the contractor has received clear instructions concerning the pattern and the method of its joining Upholstery will be of first class workmanship with webbing, no-sag springs, coiled, springs, padding ad fittings as specified. Covering will be sawn tufted and corded as shown in the drawings or schedules. The Architect before start of work shall be approved samples of air upholstery materials. Cushion vents shall be installed at the back or underside of all seat cushions in sufficient number to allow air to escape easily and prevent torn seams. Fastening : 8.1 0Power driven fasteners may used for fastening to steel and concrete.

Nailing strips unless otherwise required shall be continuous. Fixing stripts shall be cast into concrete where required by the Engineer-in-charge and shall be slightly underout and finish flush with the finished rendered surface. The contractor shall make his own investigation to guard against local sources on attack and damage and take all necessary precautions for protection. All timber shall be protected with an organic solvent water repellent wood preservative to give a highly efficient protection against termite, spider, worm, all insects and funges and rot crack and shall where exposed, enhance the appearance of the timber, colour of the product shall be such as to bring out the natural colour of the respective timbers. The preservative shall penetrate deeply into the timber, shall protect against blue stain, rot fungus and termite spider, worm and all insect attack and shall contain a resin which fixes the preserving agent and protects them against leaching and evaporation. The protection shall also be water repellent, whether-proof and proof against peel, crack or blister of approved quality. Delivery & Storage Shop fabricated items : Shop fabricated items shall not be delivered to the site of the works until that site is ready for such installation and the building in fully dry and shall be cartooned or otherwise protected whilst in transit. Installed work shall be adequately protected against soiling or damage. Damaged or soiled items shall be made good or replaced
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at the contractors own expense and shall be to the satisfaction of the Architect. The contractor shall submit one sample of all materials including large samples of veneer assemblies and prefabricated materials before use in the work or starting fabrication as the case may be. Joinery shall be carried out strictly in accordance with drawings. Where joints are not specified indicated recognized form of joints shall be used. Joinery shall. Conform to BS: 1186 part I and Part II 1971 quality of timber ad workmanship in joinery. 1.0 Mode of Measurements All measurements ill be taken in accordance with is 1200 latest issue unless otherwise specified. 2.0 Furnishing Materials and workmanship The Contractor shall be responsible for providing all plant, tools, materials, labour and all things necessary for the proper execution, completion and maintenance of the works. a) Timber The moisture content of the timber during manufacture, delivery to site, storage, site working, assembly, installation shall be 10 to 12 percent Timber shall be teak wood, soft or hardwood and shall be suitable for the purpose for which it is intended. It shall be seasoned or kiln dried, absolutely free from worm holes, large loose or dead Knots or other defects which would effect strength or usability and shall be flat, straight non-splitting and dressed on all sides. It shall be matches for colors and graining. b) Fixing The carpentry timber shall be fixed with nails, spikes, bolts screws, hangers, stirrups, anchors, ties or any other accessories which are suitable to develop the full strength of the member to which they are attached, as directed. All above hardware for fixing in exterior location shall be galvanized / anodized. Carpentry timber where fixed to solid masonry or concrete shall be secured with expansion bolts or other positive methods of mechanical fastening. MS hold fast grouted in CC block shall be hold the door frames. c) Timber Treatment All timber shall be protected with an organic solvent water repellent wood preservative to give a highly efficient protection against termite, spider, worm, all insects and fungus and rot attach and shall, where exposed, enhance the appearance of the timber. Colour of the product shall be such as to bring out the natural colour of the respective timbers. Colour of the product shall be such as to bring out natural colour of the respective timbers. Fire retardant paint to timber shall be applied as per the recommendations of manufacturer and shall comply with the requirement of ISI / B.S. code and local fire requirements. d) Plastic Laminate Plastic decorate laminate sheeting shall be of the brand, catalogues number and indicated or approved. Plastic laminate shall be fire retardant to class I of BS 476 or ISI code where specified. e) Veneers Veener shall be of the timber species shown on drawings. Veneers are to be kept in sequence as they are being cut from wood and supplied as such to the site for accurate matching or figuring. The veneer shall be finished as specified and shall be equal or superior quality to that laid don is IS : 1659 1960 or as approved. Wherever Veener of approved quality in Indian origin unless otherwise mentioned. f) Plywood
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All plywood shall be of best / high quality close grained suitable for veneering, painting or bonding plastic laminate. It shall be resin bonded and weather proof. Exposed edges shall be finished with an edge strip of solid teakwood tongued and grooved and glued, or as detailed. The plywood of approved brand and manufacture only shall be used in the work. The thickness shall be in accordance with the drawings / schedule of quantities. g) Adhesives The adhesives used for all woodwork and boards / ply shall be FEVICOL / VAMICOL of appropriate Grade. Manufacturers recommendations shall be followed for adhesive other than above required for any specified / specialized work. Joinery Joinery shall be carried out strictly in accordance with the drawings. Where joints are not specifically indicated recognized forms of joins shall be used. Joinery shall conform to IS standards. Panels shall be rendered flame retardant and to conform to local fire regulations. The Contractor shall submit samples of all materials including samples of veneer for approval. All materials pre-fabricated materials including samples of veneer for approval. All materials pre-fabricated, delivered and assembled shall be in accordance with the approved sample. The contractor shall be responsible for protecting all items of woodwork done by him. The contractor shall replace at his own expense any damaged work caused through lack of adequate protection or care in installation or handling. h) Gyp Board Gyp Board (Glass Fibre Reinforced Board of M/s. India Gypsum Ltd.) or Equivalent conforming to IS 2095- 1982 and 2542 1981 shall be used. Technical detailing for fixing Gyp-Board along with jointing compound, paper tape, primer, screws, edge bead, angle bead etc. shall be as per Manufacturers specification. Proper care is to be taken while handling, storing and cutting the Gyp-Board as per manufacturers manual and the work shall be done in technical co-ordiantion / assistance with the trained staff of Manufacturer, such services being offered free by them.

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Mirrors and Glasses : Mirrors shall be fabricated from best clear plate or float glass of approved quality shall match the International Standards. All fixed pael mirors shall be +/- 0.30mm toleranc. The edges of mirors shall be polished and bevelled and mitred as per IS specifications whereever, its indicated in the drawing. All vision glasses shall be MODI GUARD or FLOAT GLASS of specified thickness. The edges shall be bevelled as indicated in drawings and shall be done at approved source. The Etching whereever specified in drawings, shall be done at approved sources as per full-scale drawing approved by Architect / Project Manager. The etched panel shall be chemically washed / treate as per specialist specifications to have a permanent dust free surface. The Contractor shall be responsible for protecting all mirrors and glasses fixed by him and shall replace at his own expense any broken or damaged mirror / glass caused through lack of adequate protection or care in installation or handling.

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Latex Foam Rubber Latex foam rubber used in the work shall be ISI marked and shall conform to IS 1741 1960. The Grade of the foam shall be used as mentioned below : a) Grade B, C or D shall be used in the back cushion and arms. b) Grade D, E or F shall be used in the seat cushion of the furniture. The Actual length and width of a latex foam rubber product should be greater than the nominal dimension by a small amount in order to admit of the foam rubber being slightly compressed by a
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cover made to the nominal dimensions. 12.0 Furniture Items A Sample of every item of furniture, including its parts shall be submitted for approval of Architect / Bank Engineer before an order is placed or manufacture commences. Approved samples shall be used as standards of finish and workmanship. Figured dimension shall be taken in preference to scaled dimensions in all cases. Before commencing any work the contractor shall verify all measurements on the site. All joints shall be standard mortise and tennon dowel, dovetail cross halved, mitred tongue and grooved or rebated. nailed butt joints will not be permitted. Where metal legs, frames and the like are used, these shall be welded, brazed bolted or rivetted as required and on finished surface weldings, brazing and revetting shall be grounded so that no evidence of this is apparent on the final finish of the metal. All legs of case or cabinet furniture, whether of wood or metal shall be equipped with nylon glides or castors unless otherwise shown on the drawings. The finishes of furniture shall be fully in accordance with the drawings and schedule of quantities. Where the upholstery fabric is patterned no upholstery fabrication is to commence until the contractor has received clear instructions concerning the direction of the pattern and the method of its joining. Upholstery will be of first class wrokmanship with webbing, no-sag springs, coiled springs, padding filling as specified. Covering fabrics will be sewn, tufted and corded as shown on the drawings. Cushions vents shall be made in the back or underside of all seat cushions in sufficient number to allow air to escape easily and prevent torn seams. The Contractor shall protect and guard all fixed items and loose items of furniture, fixtures, fittings and all other furnishing from fire, dam, theft or any other damage until the date of handover the completed works. False Ceiling The false ceiling comprises of Gyp-Board, Armstrong or equivalent USG & POP. The POP & Gyp board false ceiling is to be in different shapes such as Vaults, Coffers, coves and Plain in unison with Armstrong Ceiling. The technical assistance and guidance is to be taken from manufacturers and work has to be done according to the manufacturer specifications and manuals. A sample of each finish shall be got approved before proceeding for bulk production. GI framing shall be erected as per recommendation of the manufacturer specification and approval of the Architect / Bank Engineer. The work shall be executed through the contractor recommended by the manufacturer. False ceiling work shall be carried out in accordance with the actual site conditions at different / split-levels. Any sagging, unlevelled stretch of work shall be redone / replaced and made good, at no extra charge, to the satisfaction of Architect / Bank Engineer. No compensation shall be paid on account of provision / coverage of openings for lighting fixtures, air conditioning ducts and the likes as detailed in drawings and / or directed. Measurements shall be taken on plan area of the completed work or as specified. Deductions for openings, wherever applicable, shall be implied upon as per LS. Specification. Painting & Polishing a) Textured Finish The wall / wooden surface wherever specified in the drawings / schedule of quantities shall be finished with approved textured finish. The specifications shall be as per manufacturer recommendations for the approved products. The sample of shade ad textured finish shall be as approved by Architect. Painting All paints / polishing material (Acrylic emulsion paint, Duco paint, melamine polish or polyrethane) shall be approved make and manufacturers and shade / finish, the surface to be treated shall be thoroughly cleaned and dusted before painting / polishing. The surface shall be prepared and got approved by the Architect / Bank Engineer before application of primer. The paint / polish shall be applied with brush / roller spray as required and directed by Architect / Bank Engineer. The surface of finishing shall present a flat velvetty smooth finish. If necessary more coats shall be applied till the surface presents uniform appearance. After painting work, doors, windows in the area shall be kept open to provide good ventilation and to ensure proper dying. Polyurethane Coating
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Polyurethane Coating of MRF Ltd., or as approved is to be applied on the surface of furniture, whereever specified. The aromatic variety of wood coat polyurethane coating in two packs system as per the manufacturers application procedure is to be applied in superior finish. Hardware The contractor shall procure all the hardware. The rate shall include for making chases to receive the hardware, and also the cost of approved screws, nails, clamps etc. the fixing shall be done in the best workmanship like manner and in accordance with that employed for fixing hardware. Any damage to the joinery or the hardware shall be made good. Quality of Work. All materials, article and workmanship shall be best kind for the class of work described in the Bill of Quantities and Rates. All materials to be used in various items of works shall be subjected to the approval of the Architect / Bank Engineer. The Architect / Bank Engineer shall have the power and ri9ghts to make the contractor purchase and use materials of particular source as may in his opinion, be obvious for proper and necessary compliance with specifications and description of items of work. The contractor shall provide all materials and fittings to perform any work which are obviously necessary to complete the work, which are generally provided in accordance with good accepted trade practice even though such items articles may not be explicitly mentioned in the specification and Bill of Quantities and rates or shown in the drawings. The contractor shall, without any additional charge, renew or replace any work which in the opinion of Architect / Bank Engineer are defective, improper handling during transportation / carriage or interior materials provided. Only approved bolts, screws and other metal fixing devices shall be used to secure frames, panels and other units in position. Holes shall be formed with electrical drills wherever required. Structural members shall not be cut or dirilled without prior consent of Architect / Bank Engineer. Cleaning UP and Handing Over Upon completion of the work all the areas should be cleaned. All floors, doors, windows, surface, etc. shall be cleaned down in a manner which will render the work acceptable to the Architect and Employer. All rubbish due to any reason shall be removed daily from the site. Upon completion of the project, the contractor shall hand over to the employer the following : a) Written guarantee and certificates; b) Maintenance manuals, if any and c) Keys SERVICES General The drawings for services are diagrammatic but shall be followed as closely as actual construction permits. Any deviations from the drawings shall be in conformity with architectural and structural drawings. The dimensions designated by the manufacturers shall take precedence over the drawings. At completion of work the Contractor shall submit one set of tracings and two sets of prints of As-BuiltDrawings. These drawings shall, among others, include invert levels, pipe runs, diameters, location of valves, access panels, layout of equipment, piping connections and such other information for maintenance & future extensions. Guarantees given by manufacturers shall be assigned to the Employer along with names & addresses of manufacturers, suppliers and information about spare parts. All site test shall be carried out with prior intimation to the Asstt. Engineer. All defects shall be rectified and tests conducted again to the satisfaction of the Asstt. Engineer. In addition to the test required by the specifications, the Contractor shall also conduct tests required by the Architect and by the municipal or other Authorities. All work shall be executed by competent and licensed persons. The contractor shall maintain liaison with Municipal and other controlling Authorities. He shall obtain their approvals and certificates as required by the bye laws at appropriate stages.

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No cutting / chasing shall be done in load bearing structural members without prior approval of the Asstt. Engineer. Sleeves and openings shall be provided during the progress of construction in preference to cutting at later date. The architect may require typical mock up(s) to be installed in advance for approval. Undamaged materials from the mock up shall be allowed to be reused in the work. Unless otherwise described in the item CI / SCI pipes and fittings shall be a spigot and socket type. G.I. pipe spouts shall be paid as per item of G.I. pipes (internal work). Cutting and making good is included. The free ends may be skew-cut. Wherever use of G.I. pipes is called for the same shall be medium class (class B) Materials The materials shall conform to the specifications and in absence thereof to Indian Standards. The products should bear the ISI Mark. The makes of materials for use in this work are broadly approved as per list given below. The Contractor shall, however, get particular makes and samples approved before ordering : Notwithstanding any interim or final approval the Contractor remains responsible for satisfactory performance of all fittings & fixtures. The liability of the Contractor is not limited by any approval of the make of materials. The item rate of mirror includes extra packing piece of AC plain sheet, where required due to off set between plaster & glazed tiles surface. Testing The sand cast iron soil, waste and vent pipes and fittings including joints shall be tested by pumping smoke into the pipe at the lowest end. All G.I pipes and fittings including joints shall be tested to hydraulic pressure of 6 kg / cm2 (60 meter) avoiding water hammer. The test pump having been stopped the test pressure should maintain without loss for at least half an hour. The pipes and fittings shall be tested in sections as the work of laying proceeds keeping the joints exposed for inspection during the testing. All stone ware pipes shall be tested with water pressure of 1.5m head of water at the highest point of the section under test.

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GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR ELECTRICAL WORK 1. SCOPE In general, the contractor shall supply, store, erect, test and commission all the equipment required for Electrical Installation. The contractor shall furnish all the materials, labour, tools and equipments for the electrical work, as shown in the accompanying drawings and in the bill of quantities and specifications hereinafter described. 2. CONTRACTOR The Contractor shall be a licensed electrical contractor, possessing a valid electrical contractors license in the state, employing licensed supervisors and skilled workers having valid permits as per the Regulation of Indian Electricity Rules and Local Electrical Inspectors requirements. (In case the contractor does not have license of that state then it should be clearly stated through which local electrical contractor they shall submit the test report & a copy of the valid license of the contractor be enclosed along with the copy of their own license of the state of their registration). 11. DEFINITIONS The following abbreviations used in the bill of quantities specifications and drawings represent: ISS IER BS BSCP HRC GI MS CI APLSTS PVC XLPE HT LT A-Amp KV PT CT OCB VCB ACB SFU COS CFS MCCB MCB IC ICTPN ICDP DB KVA KVAR NC NO SWG 4.0 Indian Standard specification. Indian Electricity Rules, 1956. British Standard (where specifically called for) British Standard Code of Practice (if called for). High Rupturing Capacity Galvanized Iron Mild Steel Cast Iron Aluminium conductor, paper insulated lead sheathed, double steel tape armoured and serving. Polyvinyl Chloride. Cross Linked Polyethylene High Tension Low Tension Ampere Kilo Volts Potential Transformers Current Transformers. Oil circuit Breakers Vacuum Circuit Breaker Air Circuit Breakers Switch fuse Unit Change over Switch Combination Fuse Switch Moulded Case Circuit Breaker Miniature Circuit Breaker Iron Clad Iron Clad Triple Pole and Neutral Iron Clad Double Pole Distribution Board Kilo Volts Ampere Kilo Volts Ampere Reactive Normally Close Normally open Standard Wire Gauge

REGULATION & STANDARDS The installation shall conform in all respects to Indian standard Code of Practice for Electrical Wiring Installation I.S. - 732 and National Electrical Code. It shall be in conformity with the current I.E Rules and
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Regulations and requirements of the local Electric Supply Authority in -so - far as these become applicable to the installation. Wherever this specification calls for a higher standard of materials and/ or workmanship then those required by any of the above regulations, these specifications shall take precedence over the said regulations and standards. In general, the materials, equipments and workmanship not covered by the above, shall conform to the following Indian Standards (Latest Edition) unless otherwise called for: 5.0 SWITCHGEAR : IS 2516 (Part I) Sec.1, 2 & 3 (Part-II)

Requirements of A.C. Circuit Breakers.

Switches and Switch Isolators above 1000V but Not Exceeding 1.1 KV : IS 4710 Markings & arrangements for switchgear bus-bars, main connection & auxiliary wiring : IS 375 Specification for normal duty air breaks switches & composites unit for air break switches and fuses for voltage not exceeding 1000 Volts. : IS 4064 Heavy duty air-break switches and composite units of air-break switches and fuses for voltages not exceeding 1000 Volts. : IS 4047 Specification for miniature circuit breakers. 8828 : IS

Specification for enclosed distribution, fuse boards and cut-outs for voltage not exceeding 1000 Volts : IS 2675 11.1 Installation and maintenance of switchgear. 3072 (Part I) : IS

HRC cartridge fuse links 650 Volts. 2208 CABLE

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insulated power cables (upto and including 33 KV) 1255 : IS

c. Specification for PVC insulated (Heavy Duty) electric cables


Part-I for Voltage upto 1100 Volts. 1554 : IS

d. Specification for PVC insulated cables (for voltage upto 1100 V)


(Part-II) with Aluminium conductors. 694 (Part-II) : IS

Specification for rigid steel conduit for electrical wiring. : IS 9537 Specifications for rigid non metallic conduits for electrical
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Specifications for accessories for rigid steel conduits for Electrical wiring. : IS 3837 Box for the enclosure of electrical accessories steel and C.I. Boxes. : IS 5133 (Part I) 3Pin plugs and sockets outlets 1293 Ceiling Roses 371 : IS

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Adhesive insulating tapes for Electrical purposes (Part- I & II) : 2448 General and safety requirements for Electrical lighting fittings. : 1913 Watertight electric light fittings. 3553 Flood Lights. 1947 Ceiling fans and regulators. 374 Propeller type AG Ventilating fans 2312 Code of Practices for earthing. 3043 Glossary of terms for electrical cable and conductors. 1885 : IS

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Direct acting electrical indicating instruments 1246 Factory assembled switchgear 8623 Rating for Cable 3961 (Part -II) Earthing 3843 g)

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INSPECTION & APPROVAL OF THE WORK BY LOCAL AUTHORITY On completion of this work, the contractor shall obtain and deliver to the owners the certificates of inspection and approval by electrical inspectorate of local Administration. The fees paid for inspection will be reimbursed on production of challan/receipt. The contractor shall include in his rates all charges necessary for getting electrical installation approved which includes Sub-station, LT distribution, etc. by the Chief Electrical Inspector to the state government or/ and from any other authority required for this job. INSPECTION OF MATERIALS The Architect/ owners shall have access to the manufacturers premises for inspection of any items of the tender for which contractor has made arrangement with manufacturer/ suppliers. All such inspection shall not need any prior intimation by the owners or architects.

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DRAWINGS The drawings, specifications and bills of quantities shall be considered as a part of this contract and any work or materials shown on the drawings and not called for in the specifications or vice-versa, shall be executed as if specifically called for in both. The contract drawings indicate the extent and general arrangement of various equipment and wiring, etc. and are essentially diagrammatic. The drawings indicate the point of termination of conduit runs and broadly suggest the routes to be followed. The work shall be executed as per approved working drgs, subject to any minor changes, if found essential to co-ordinate installation of this work with other trades. All such changes shall be without any additional major cost to the owners. The data given in the documents and drawings are approximate & their complete accuracy is not guaranteed. The drawings and data furnished are meant for guidance & assistance to the contractor. The exact dimension, location, distance and levels, etc., will be governed by the space conditions. The contractor shall examine all Architectural, structural, plumbing and sanitary and air-conditioning drawing before starting the work and report to the architect/owners any discrepancy which in his opinion appear on them, and get the same clarified. He shall not be entitled to any extras for omissions or defects in electrical drawings or when they conflict with other work.

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WORKING DRAWINGS & SHOP DRAWINGS The contractor shall prepare and submit to the Architects/ owners for approval detailed working drawings & shop drawings of all switch boards, L.T. Panel, H.T Panels, transformers, equipment, layout, cable layout, earthing, submission plans for electrical inspectorate, etc. within 60 days of award of work. AS BUILT DRAWINGS At the completion of the work and before issuance of certificate of virtual completion, the contractor shall submit to the Architect/ employers layout drawings drawn on tracing film and approved scale indicating the complete wiring as installed.

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ENGINEER/ SUPERVISOR The contractor shall employ a competent, license, qualified full time electrical engineer / supervisor to direct the work of electrical installations in accordance with the drawings and specifications. The engineer / supervisor shall be available at all times at times at the site to receive instructions from the Architect/employers in any day to day activities throughout the duration of the contract. The engineer & supervisor shall correlate the progress of the work in conjunction with all the relevant requirements of the
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supply authority. The skilled workers employed for the work should have requisite qualifications and should possess competency certificate from the Electrical Inspectorate of Local Administration. 10. APPLICATION FOR ELECTRIC SUPPLY/ LIASON The Contractor shall be responsible for filing and follow up application for electric supply to the project. The contractor shall carry out all the liaison work required for obtaining electric supply at site commencing from filing of application. This liaison shall be deemed to be a part of the contract. 1.0 1.1 MEDIUM VOLTAGE POWER CONTROL CENTRE AND SWITCH BOARD PANELS: GENERAL: Medium voltage power control centers (generally termed as switch board panels) shall be in sheet steel clad cubicle pattern, free floor standing type, totally enclosed, compartmentalized design. This specification shall cover the following types of panels: a) Air circuit breaker panels - Draw out type with single or double tier arrangement as per design shown on the drawings. Panels with one or more Air circuit breakers with Draw-out arrangement and switch-fuse units of non-draw out design. Panels with switch- fuses of non- draw out type. However, the switch-fuse units can have draw out fusecarriage if a particular make of switch-fuse is used. The panels shall generally be of extensible type with provision for bus extension on or both sides as desired at the time of approved of shop drawings. 1.2 CODE/STANDARDS: The panels shall generally conform to the requirements of following codes/ specifications: IS-8623 h) IS-2705 IS-4237 i) IS-722 IS-2147 j) IS-4064 IS-3072 k) IS-2208 IS-375 l) IS-6875 IS-1248 & 2419 m) IS-6005 IS-5082 The equipment shall conform to Indian Electricity Rules as amended upto-date. The supplier shall examine the provision of these codes and confirm or indicate his comments. 1.3 CONSTRUCTION: Power control centers/ switch board panels shall of free standing type, with sheet steel enclosure having following features: The panel shall be constructed of sheet steel of minimum 1.6mm thickness. The internal frames shall be made of structural steel angles or made up sections (as per standard design of the manufacturer) specifications of which shall be submitted along with offers. The panel shall be compartmentalized to accommodate one feeder n each compartment. The main bus bar chamber shall be provided at the top of panel or bottom of the panel as required. The compartments shall be arranged in section with metallic/ phenolic barrier in between. A vertical cable alley of at least 200mm width shall be provided to serve one/ two vertical section of feeders. Cable alley shall have hinged door/ doors with rubber gaskets. Suitable Cable clamping arrangement with slotted steel members shall be provided in the cable alley. Similarly, vertical bus bar shall be housed in-between two feeder compartments in a separate bus chambers.
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The opening between bus chamber and feeder compartments shall be properly covered with Bakelite/ Hylam sheets of 3mm minimum thickness. The vertical bus chamber shall be provided with removable bolted covers on the front and back side. All the interconnecting links to the feeders shall be shrouded so as to avoid accidental contact, by means of phenolic barriers. Each compartment shall have its own hinged door with concealed hinges. The doors shall have heavy duty rubber gasket fixed on the inner side of the door. The door shall have interlocking facility with the feeder unit. The Panel shall have punched openings for mounting meters, lamps, push buttons, relays, etc. The dimensions of feeder compartments, bus chambers and cable alleys shall be as shown on the relevant drawings. However, the following minimum dimensions shall be strictly adhered to: i. ACB compartment : Draw out -600mm wide x 1000mm deep x 900mm high.

SWITCH FUSE UNITS/MOULDED CASE CIRCUIT BRACKER (NON-DRAWOUT TYPE): Up to 63A/ 100A 250A : : 300mm wide x 225mm high x 400mm deep 400mm wide x 400mm high x 400mm deep 400A to 630A400mm wide x 500mm high x 400mm wide. (Or vice- versa).

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400mm high x 300mm deep 300mm wide x 400mm deep

Min. 200mm wide.

These dimensions are furnished as a guide and the clearances required in between each live bus/ link and between bus/ links to the earth (panel wall/ sheet) shall be as per relevant Indian Standard Code of practice. However, minimum clearance between neutral bus and earth shall not be less than 25mm. The panel supplier shall furnish detailed sectional drawings and also arrange to get the panel inspection done at intermediate stages of fabrication to avoid fault defective Fabrication of the panels (however, the compliance of these specifications shall entirely be the suppliers responsibility). BUS BARS: e) The bus bars shall be suitable for 3 phase, 4 wire, 415 volts 50 Hz AC supply. The bus bars shall be made of high conductivity aluminium. The bus bars shall have uniform cross-section throughout the length. The bus bars shall be designed for carrying rated-current continuously. The bus bars and links shall be designed for a maximum O temperature of 75 C. The max. current density of bus bars shall be as follows: Copper : 1.86 Ampere/ Sq.mm. of cross section area. Aluminium : 1.28 Ampere/ Sq.mm. of cross section area. It may be noted that these ratings are the upper limit to which the bus could be stressed. Suitable derating factors shall be applied to arrive at the correct cross section of bus bars. Bus bars shall be supported on suitable non hygroscopic, non combustible, material such as DMC/ SMC at sufficiently close intervals to prevent bus bar sag. All bus bar joints shall be provided with high tensile steel bolts (electro plated with suitable metal such as Nickel/ Cadmium), spring washer and nuts so as to ensure good contact. Alternatively, electroplated/ tinned brass bolts shall be used. The joints shall be formed with fish-plates on either side of bus bar to provide adequate contact area. Bus supports shall be provided on either side of joints (max. unsupported distance from the joint 400mm) Power shall be distributed to feeders in dual section by a set of vertical bus bars (Phases+neutral). Individual module shall be connected to the vertical bus bars through sleeved connections.
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Bus bars shall be insulated with PVC sleeves (heat shrink type) with colour coding (Red/ Blue/ Yellow/ Black). The bus bars and their supports shall be able to withstand thermal and dynamic stresses due to the system short-circuits. The supplier shall furnish calculations along with his drawing establishing the adequacy of bus bars both for continuous duty and short -circuit rating. Short circuit withstand capacity shall be for one second. Calculations for spacing of supporting of supports shall also be furnished. 1.5 EARTHING: The panels shall be provided with a copper earth bus running throughout the width of the switchboard. Suitable earthing eyes/bolts shall be provided on the main earthing bus to connect the same to the earth grid at the site. Sufficient number of star washers shall be provided at the joints to achieve earth continuity between the panels and the sheet metal parts. MOUNTINGS: Panels incorporating switch fuse units shall have suitable compartments of standard width. Each compartment shall incorporate a heavy duty load break switch fuse and HRC fuses. Suitable cable termination arrangement shall be provided for switch fuse/ fuse-switch unit feeders. Equipment shall be provided with proper fastening arrangements to ensure vibration free operation. Proper designation as given on the respective drawings shall be provided for every equipment. Circuit breakers shall be mounted such that they are accessible from the front of the panel. More than two circuit breakers shall not be incorporated in a vertical section. The breakers compartment shall be divided into two parts, one for the breaker and the other for incorporating associated control gear. The necessary instrumentation shall be provided on the door of the compartment. 1.7 INTERLOCKING The panels shall be provided with the following interlocking arrangements: The door of the feeder compartments is so interlocked with the switch drive or handle that the door can be opened only if the switch is in OFF position. De-interlocking arrangement shall also be provided for inspection. It shall not be possible for the breakers to be withdrawn when in ON position. It shall not be possible for the breakers to be switched ON unless it is either in fully inserted position or for testing purposes it in fully isolated position. The breaker shall be capable of being racked into testing, isolated and maintenance position and kept in any of these positions. A safety catch to ensure that the movement of the breaker as it is withdrawn, is checked before it is completely out of the cubicle shall be provided. 1.8 PROTECTION AND INSTRUMENTATION: Protection and instrumentation shall be as per standard specification. 1.9 WIRING All the interconnections between the incoming, bus and the outgoings of 100A and above rating shall be done by insulated links/ strips of suitable sizes. Switch fuses and equipments below 100A rating shall be wired with PVC insulated copper conductors. The wiring for instrumentation protection and control equipment shall be carried out with PVC insulated flexible copper conductors. The Power interconnections shall be carried out by means of bolted connections with washers. The wiring shall be terminated by using crimping sockets. Wring shall be laid out neatly in bunches which are fastened to the steel members of the panel. All the potential circuits shall be protected by fuses mounted near the tapoff point from the main connections. 1.10 TERMINALS: All the control, instrumentation and protection wiring shall be provided with printed PVC ferrules at both ends. For terminating control cables on to the equipment in the panels, suitable terminals blocks shall be provided.
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The terminal shall also be numbered for easy identification and maintenance. 1.11 SURFACE TREATMENT All sheet metal accessories and components of power, control centers and switchboard panels shall be thoroughly cleaned, degreased, derusted and phosphatised before red oxide primer is applied. The panel shall be stove enameled to the required final finish. The interior surfaces of the panel shall also be painted to required shade. The supplier shall indicate in his offer, if there is any deviation from the treatment specified above. ENCLOSURES The panel enclosure shall be dust and vermin proof and shall be suitable for indoor installation. Enclosure design shall be in accordance with the requirements of IP 54 as per IS-2147-1962. The supplier shall confirm whether this requirement is met and a type test certificate furnished. If type test certificate for IP-54 is not available, the same shall be brought out clearly in his offer. 1.13 NAME PLATE The panel as well as the feeders compartment doors shall be provided with name plates giving the switchboard/ feeder descriptions as indicated on the drawings. 1.14 TESTING The power control centers shall be tested at factory after assembling of all components and completion of all interconnections and wiring. Tests shall be conducted in accordance with the requirements relevant IS Codes/ specifications. INSULATION TEST iii) Insulation of the main circuit, that is, the insulation resistance of each pole to the earth and that between the poles shall be measured. iv) Insulation resistance to earth of all secondary wiring should be tested with 1000V megger. Insulation test shall be carried out both before and after high voltage test. HIGH VOLTAGE TEST: A high voltage test with 2.5KV one minute shall be applied between the poles and earth. Test shall be carried out on each pole in turn with the remaining poles earthed. All units racked in position and the breakers closed. Original test certificate shall be submitted along with panel. 1.15 STORING, ERECTION AND COMMISSIONING

1.12

STORING The panels shall be stored in well ventilated, dry places. Suitable polythene covers shall be provided for necessary protection against moisture. ERECTION Switchboards shall be installed on suitable foundation. Foundation shall be as per the dimensions supplied by the panel manufacturer. The foundation shall be flat and level. Suitable grouting holes shall be provided in the foundation. The switch boards shall be properly aligned and bolt000ed to the foundation by at least four bolts. Cable shall terminate on the bottom plate or top plate as the case may be, by using brass compression glands. The individual cables shall then be lead through the panel to the required feeder compartments for necessary terminations. The cables shall be clamped to the supporting arrangement. The switch board earth bus shall be connected to the local earth grid. PRECOMMISSIONING TESTS: Panels shall be commissioned only after the successful completion of the following tests. The tests shall be carried in the presence of engineer-in-charge.
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All main and auxiliary bus bar connections shall be checked and tightened All wiring terminations and bus bar joints shall be checked and tightened. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. Wiring shall be checked to ensure that it is according to the drawing. All wiring shall be tested for insulation resistance by a 1000V megger. Phase sequence/ rotation shall be estimated. Suitable injection tests shall be applied to all the measuring insuring instruments to establish the correctness and accuracy of calibration and working order. All relays and protective devices shall be tested for correctness of settings and operation by introducing a current generator and an ammeter in the circuit.

1.0 1.1

MOULDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS GENERAL: Moulded case circuit breakers or fuse free breaker shall be incorporated in the switch board wherever specified. MCCBS shall conform to BS: 3871 Part II or JIS-C-8370 in all respects. MCCBS shall be suitable either for single phase 230V or three phase 415volts. 1.2 CONSTRUCTION: The MCCB and case shall be made of high strength heat resistant and flame retardant thermo-setting insulating material. Operating handle shall be quick make/quick break, trip-free type. The operating handle shall have suitable ON, OFF and TRIPPED indicators. Three phase MCCBS shall have a common operating handle for simultaneous operation and tripping of all the three phase. Suitable arc extinguishing device shall be provided for each contact. Tripping unit shall be of thermal-magnetic type provided on each pole and connected by a common trip bar such that tripping of any one pole actuates three poles to open simultaneously. Thermal magnetic/tripping device shall have IDMT characteristics for sustained over loads and short circuits. Contact tips shall be made of suitable are resistant, sintered alloy for long electrical life. Terminals shall be of liberal design with adequate clearances. 1.3 ACCESSORIES: MCCBS shall be provided with the following accessories, if specified in schedule of quantities: i. ii. iii. iv. 1.4 Under voltage release Shunt release Alarm Trip alarm Auxiliary contacts.

INTERLOCKING: Moulded case circuit breakers shall be provided with the following interlocking devices for interlocking the door of switch board: a. b. c. Handle interlock to prevent unnecessary manipulation of the breaker. Door interlock to prevent the door being opened when the breaker is in ON position. De-interlocking device to open the door even, if the breaker is in ON position.

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RUPTURING CAPACITY: The moulded case circuit breaker shall have a returning capacity of not less that 10KA Rms at 415 volts. Wherever required, higher rupturing capacity breakers to meet the system short circuit fault shall be used. All such ratings shall be as per equipment schedule.

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TESTING: a. Original certificate of the MCCBS as per BS: 3871 or JS-C-8370 shall be furnished. b. Pre-commissioning tests on the switch boards panel incorporating the MCCB shall be done as per specifications.

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TYPE: Medium voltage cables shall be aluminium conductor, PVC insulated, PVC sheathed and steel wire armoured or steel tape armoured construction. Aluminium conductors up to 10sq.mm. May be solid, circular in cross section, and sizes above 10sq.mm. shall be stranded. Sector shaped stranded conductors shall be used for sizes above 25sq.mm. The cable shall conform to IS 1554 (Part I).

1.2

RATING The cable shall be rated for a voltage of 650/1100 Volts.

1.3

CONSTRUCTION The conductors for power cables shall be made of electrical purity aluminium & that for control cable from annealed high conductivity copper. The conductors shall be insulated with high quality PVC base compound. A command covering (bedding) shall be applied over the laid up cores by extrusion or wrapping of a filling material containing unvulcanized rubber or thermoplastic material, armouring shall be applied over the inner shath of bedding, over the armouring a tough outer sheath of PVC sheathing shall be extruded. The outer sheath shall bear the manufacturers name and trade mark at every 30 meter interval.

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CORE IDENTIFICATION: Core shall be provided with the following colour scheme of PVC insulation. i. ii. iii. iv. Core Core Core 3.5/4 core : : : : Red/Black/Yellow/Blue Red and Black Red, Yellow, and Blue Red, Yellow, Blue and black.

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CURRENT RATINGS : The current rating shall be based on the following conditions. i. ii. iii. iv. Maximum conductor temperature Ambient air temperature Ground temperature Depth of laying : : : : 70 C O O 40 C/50 C O 70 C 75cm
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SHORT CIRCUIT RATING: Short circuit ratings for the cables shall be as specified in IS: 1554 Part -I.

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SELECTION OF CABLES: Cables have been selected considering the conditions of the maximum connected load, ambient temperature, grouping of cables & the allowable voltage drop. However, the contractor shall recheck the sizes before the cables are fixed and connected to the service. a. Storing All the cables shall be supplied in drums. On receipt of cables at site, the cables shall be inspected and stored in drums with flanges of the cable drums in vertical position. Laying Cables shall be laid as per the specifications given below. The system adopted for this job shall be as per BOQ:

b.

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The top surface of the cable ducts shall be laid with a gradient of at least 1:300. The ducts shall be provided with inspection manholes and all direction changes and at required regular intervals for drawing the cable. The manholes shall be of reinforced concrete either cast-in-situ or precast. The manhole cover and frame shall be of cast iron and machine finished to ensure a perfect joint. The manhole cover shall be installed flush with ground or paved surfaces. The duct entry to the man holes shall be made leak proof with lead-wool joints. The ducts shall be properly plugged at the ends to prevent entry of water rodents, etc. Suitable duct markers shall be placed along the run of the cable square embedded in concrete, indicating the voltages, no of ducts and the direction of run of the cable duct. Suitable cable supports made of angle iron shall be provided in the manholes for supporting the cables. Proper identification tags shall be provided for each cable in the manholes. ii. Cables in outdoor trenches: Cables shall be laid in outdoor trenches wherever called for. The depth of the trenches shall not less than 75cm from the final ground level. The width of the trench shall not be less than 45cm. However, where more than one cable is laid, an axial distance of not less than 15cm shall be allowed between the cables. The trenches shall be cut square with vertical side walls and with uniform depth. Suitable shoring and propping may be done to avoid caving in of trench walls. The floor of the trench shall be rammed and leveled. The cables shall be laid in trenches over the rollers placed inside the trench. The cable drum shall be rolled in the direction of the arrow for rolling. Wherever cables are bent, the minimum bending radius shall not be less than 12times the diameter of the cable. After the cable is laid and straightened, it shall be covered with 8cm thick layer of sand. Cable shall then be lifted and placed over this sand. Cable shall then be lifted and placed over this sand cushion. The cable shall then be covered with an 8 cm. Thick sand cushion. Over this, a course of cable protection tiles or burnt brick shall be provided to cover the cables 50mm on either side. Trench shall be backfilled with earth and consolidated. Cables shall be laid in Hume pipes/ stone-ware pipes at all road crossings and in CI pipes at the wall entries. Approved cable markers made of aluminium or CI indicating the voltages, no. of cables and the direction of rep. Of the cables shall be installed at a regular interval of 30 meters. iii. Cables in indoor trenches: Cables shall be laid in indoor trenches where specified. The trenches shall be made of brick masonry with smooth cement mortar finish. The dimensions of the trenches shall be determined depending upon the maximum number of cables that is expected to be accommodated. Cables shall be arranged in tier formation inside the trenches. Suitable clamps hooks and saddles shall be used for securing the cables in position. Spacing between the cables shall not be less than 15cm centre to centre. Wherever specified, trenches shall be filled with fine sand and covered with RCC precast slabs or steel chequered covers. Unless otherwise called for specifically in BOQ, the making of indoor trenches is outside the scope of this work.

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Cable on Tray/ Racks:

Cables shall be laid on cable trays/ racks wherever specified. Cable racks/trays shall be have ladder, trough or channel design suitable for the purposes. The nominal depth of the trays/ racks shall be 150mm. The width of the trays shall be as per the design shown on drawing. The cable trays shall be made of steel or aluminium. The trays/ racks shall be completed with end plates, tees, elbows, risers, and all necessary hardware. Steel trays/ Rack shall be painted with two coats of enamel paint of approved shade over a coat of red oxide primer. Cable trays shall be erected properly to present a neat and clean appearance. Suitable cleats or saddles made of aluminium strips with PVC covering shall be used for securing the cables to the cable trays. The cable trays shall comply with following requirements: 1. 2. 3. The trays shall have suitable strength and rigidity to provide adequate supports for all contained cables. It shall not present sharp edged, burrs or projections injurious to the insulation of the wiring/ cables. If made of metal, it shall be adequately protected against corrosion or shall be made of corrosion resistant material. It shall have side rails or equivalent structural members. It shall include fittings or other suitable means for changes in direction and elevation of runs.

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INSTALLATION
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Cable trays shall be installed as a complete system. Trays shall be supported properly from the building structure. The entire cable tray system shall be rigid. Each run of the cable tray shall be completed before the installation of cables. In portion where additional protection is required, non combustible covers/ enclosures shall be used. Cable tray shall be exposed and accessible.

2. 3. 4. 1.0 1.1

MEDIUM VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION BOARDS General: Distribution boards for Power & light circuit distribution shall be factory builts & shall be suitable for 415volts, 3phase or 230 volts single phase supply as specified in BOQ. The distribution boards shall conform to IS 8623 (for factory built assemblies).

1.2

Makes: Makes of DBs shall be as per Acceptable Material Approved List. Type The following boards shall be of cabinet design, totally enclosed and shall provide protection against ingress to IP 42 of IS 2147. Only those types of DBs which have been type tested and passed by a national laboratory for IP 42 shall be offered. However, if none of the type available from the approved makes meets the above requirement, alternative makes can be offered with technical literature and copy of test certificate.

1.3

1.4

Components: Distribution boards shall generally be provided with the following major components: a. b. c. d. e. Miniature circuit breeders Earth leakage circuit breakers Bus Bars Netural links/bus Earth Bus

1.5

Miniature Circuit Breakers: MCBS shall generally conform to IS8828. The breaking capacity of MCBS shall not be less than 6KA the miniature circuit breakers shall suitable for snap fixing on a standard DIN rail. The MCBS shall be suitable for O O operating under full load under ambient temperature conditions (i.e. -10 C to 55 C in India. MCBS shall have terminals suitable for receiving aluminium cables of adequate cross section. (Up to 32A rating 16sq.mm. & 40, 50, 63A, 35sq.mm. cable). Three phase MCBS shall have common trip bar so that all the poles make and break simultaneously. Earth Leakage Circuit Breakers: Earth leakage circuit breakers shall be used as incomers in distribution boards wherever specially called for in BOQ ELCB shall be suitable for incorporation in standard DB manufactured by the approved manufacturers. ELCBS shall be of core balance type and shall not cause nuisance tripping. The ELCB shall be rated for 100mA fault circuit tripping. ELCB shall be provided with a test lamp and push button to test the healthiness of the circuit.

1.6

1.7

Bus Bars: The bus bars shall be of copper and duly tinned or plated. The bus bar rating shall be at least 100A as per manufacturers design. Single phase DBS shall have Bus bars shall be solidly anchored with single pole MCBS of specified ratings. The bus bars shall be fully shrouded. The bus bars shall be able to accept single, double or triple pole MCBS.

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Three phase DBS shall have single piece bus bar and coupling link avoiding drilling and bolting of bus bars. However, if the above unique bus bars system is not available from the approved manufacturers alternative makes can be offered with full technical particulars. 1.8 Cabinet: The DB cabinet shall be made of at least 1.6 mm thick sheet steel duly stove enameled or powder coated (as per standard manufacturing product). The cabinet shall be suitable for either recess mounting or surface mounting. The cabinet shall be provided with conduit cable entry knock-outs at top and bottom or top and bottom plates shall be of detachable construction. The cabinet shall be dust and vermin proof with proper gaskets for the front door. The DB cabinet and internal mounting arrangements shall be such that the entire bus and MCB assembly could be easily detachable from the cabinet. 1.9 DIRECTORY Distribution boards shall be provided with a write and protect directory indicating the area of loads served by each circuit breakers, the rating of breakers, size of conductors, etc. The directory shall be mounted in front of cabinet with an acrylic door. 1.10 INSTALLATION: Distribution boards shall be surface mounted or recessed mounted as required. DBS shall be mounted at the locations as shown on the approved execution drawings. Surface boards shall be fixed with suitable angle iron clamps and bolts. All the cables/ conduits shall be properly terminated using glands/ checknuts etc. Wiring shall be terminated properly using crimping lugs/ sockets & PVC identification ferrules. Distribution boards shall be bonded to the earth at least on two points using brass bolts & lugs. Suitable name plate and danger plate, indicating the voltage shall be fixed to the front cover. 1.11 TESTING: Distribution boards shall be tested at factory as per IS 8623 and original test certificate shall be furnished. 1.0 MEDIUM VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (Internal lighting & Power Wiring) GENERAL: Medium voltage distribution system shall be applicable for wiring 3Phase, 4 wire 415 Volts, 50 HZ, AC supply and single phase, 2 wire 230 Volts, 50 HZ, AC supply. 1.2 REGULATION AND STANDARDS The system shall be governed by the requirements of IS: 732 and I.E Rules and NEC. IS standards and Codes applicable for medium voltage distribution is also listed in specification. 1.3 REGID STEEL CONDUIT AND ACCESSORIES:

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along with each major consignment delivered. The engineer-in-charge will determine size of the consignments requiring the original test certificate. 1.3.5 In general, conduits shall be of good quality and shall form to the following requirements: a. b. c. 1.3.6 Shall be free from welding burrs. Wall thickness shall be uniform as far as possible. Ends shall be screwed.

Conduit accessories such as bends, inspection, tees, inspection tees, round junction boxes, elbows, draw boxers etc. shall be of good quality and shall generally in conformity with IS specifications. The fittings and accessories shall have threads or shall have internally tapped spouts. Junction boxes/ inspection boxes shall have suitable covers with screws. Installation of conduits: Open/ Surface conduit system: Wherever, specifically called for, surface conduit system shall be adopted. Conduits shall be run in square and symmetrical lines. Before the conduits are installed the exact route shall be marked at site and approval of the engineer shall be obtained. Conduits shall be fixed by saddles, secured to suitable raw plugs, at an interval of not more than 0.6 meter. Wherever couplers, bends or similar fittings are used, the saddles shall be provided on either side at a distance as directed by the engineer-in-charge. Conduits shall be jointed by means of screwed couplers and screwed accessories only. In long distance, straight runs of conduit inspection type couplers or running type couplers with jam nut shall be provided. Threading shall be long enough to accommodate pipes to the full threaded portion of the couplers and accessories. Cut ends of conduits shall have no sharp edges or any burrs left to avoid damage to the insulation of the conductors. The cut ends/edges shall be filed before installation. Bends in conduit run shall be done by bending conduits by pipe bending machine or any other suitable device as far as possible. Bends which cannot be made by a pipe bends shall be accomplished by introducing solid O bends, inspection bends or cast iron inspection box. Not more than two equivalent 90 bends shall be used in a conduit run from the outlet to outlet. All the conduit openings shall be properly plugged with PVC stoppers/ bushes. A breather-drainer shall be provided in the lowest position of the conduit system. The conduits shall be adequately protected against rust by applying two coats of approved synthetic enamel paint after the installation is completed. Wherever conduits terminate into point control box, outlet box, distribution board, etc. conduits shall be rigidly connected to the box/board with check nuts on either side of the entry to ensure proper electrical and mechanical continuity. b. Recessed Conduit system:

1.3.7 a.

All the conduits including, bends, unions, junction boxes etc. shall be cleaned and painted with one coat of bituminous paint before they are fixed in position. Conduits which are to be taken in the ceiling slab shall be laid on the prepared shuttering work of the ceiling slab before concrete is poured. The conduits shall be properly threaded and screwed into sockets, bends, junction boxes, outlet boxes. The conduits in ceiling slab shall be straight as far as possible to facilitate easy drawing of wires through them. Before conduits are laid in the ceiling the positions of outlet points, point control boxes, Junction boxes shall be set-out clearly so as to minimize offset and bends. Conduits recessed in walls shall be secured rigidly by means of steel hooks/ staples at intervals as directed by the engineer. Before conduit is concealed in the walls, all chases, grooves shall be neatly made to proper dimensions to accommodate the required number of conduits. The outlet for drawing wires and proper size earth continuity wire shall be run throughout the length of the conduit with the earth wire being efficiently fastened to the conduit by means of special clamps. Copper clamps shall be used for copper earth wire and GI clamps for GI wires. 1.4 1.4.1 CABLE TRUNKING/ RACEWAYS: Cable trunking or raceways shall be of sheet steel construction or G.I. sheet. The thickness of sheet steel shall not be less than 16gauge. The sheet steel before fabrication shall be given a rigorous anticorrosive treatment. The trunking shall be provided with removable, covers of 1 meter length. The trunkings shall be supplied in suitable lengths. However, the maximum, length of a single trunking shall be exceeding 6 meter.
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The trunking shall be complete with 90 bends 145 bends, adopters, tee-pieces, couplers etc. Removable cable retainers shall be provided wherever required. 1.4.2 INSTALLATION Trunking/ raceways shall be installed in readily accessible places. Trunking shall be supported at a regular interval of 1.0 meter to 2.0 meters as required. Trunking shall be aligned properly during the erection to present a neat appearance. Standard lengths of trunkings shall be jointed together by suitable couplers. O Wherever required right angles bends, 145 bends, tees, etc. shall be provided in the run of cable trunk/ raceways. Trunking shall be so arranged that not more than 30 cables are run in any section. However, not more than 60% of cross-sectional area of the raceway shall be occupied by the conductors at any section. Trunking/raceways shall be bonded to the earth by a suitable size earth continuity conductor. Trunking shall be painted with two coats of approved synthetic enamel paint. 1.5 ENCLOSURE FOR ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES: Enclosure for electrical accessories such as switches, sockets, fan regulators, etc. shall be mild steel conforming to IS: 5133 Part-I. The dimensions of the enclosures shall be as per clauses 3.1 to 6.3.1 of IS: 5133. The wall thickness of MS enclosures shall be not less than 1.6mm wherever specially called for; galvanized sheet steel boxes shall be provided. The enclosure boxes shall be provided with a minimum of four fixing lugs located conveniently for fixing the covers. All fixing lugs shall have tapped holes to take machined brass screws. 1.5.1 Sufficient number of knock -outs of 38mm/32mm/ 25mm/ 20mm dia shall be provided for conduit entries. Enclosures shall be sufficiently strong to resist mechanical damage under normal service conditions. Provisions shall be made for bonding the enclosures to the earth. The enclosures shall be adequately protected against rust and corrosion both inside and outside with suitable air drying paint. The enclosures shall be provided with 3mm thick phenolic terminated cover for mounting switches, sockets, etc. wherever different phase conductors are brought into the same enclosure, phase barriers shall be provided. Phase barriers shall be of MS of hylam inserted in the box with slide-fit arrangement. Alternatively, boxes could be partitioned during construction. WIRING CONDUCTOR All wiring conductors shall be FRLS PVC insulated, standard copper conductors of 1100V Grade. Wiring conductors shall conform in all respects to IS: 694 (Latest Edition). Solid conductors may be used if specifically called for. The current ratings for wiring conductors shall be based on the following parameters. i. ii. Ambient temperature Conductor temperature 40 C 0 70 C
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1.6 1.4.1

Wiring Conductor shall be supplied in Red, Black, Yellow & Blue colours for easy identification of wires. The wiring conductors shall be supplied in sealed coils of standard length. The wiring conductor shall bear manufacturers trade mark, name, voltage grade & size etc. 1.6.2 Installation of wiring conductors/ cables The wiring conductors shall not be drawn into the conduits until the works of any nature that may cause damage to the wires are completed. Before drawing the wires the conduits shall be thoroughly cleaned, drained and ventilated. Proper care shall be taken in pulling the wires. The installation and termination of wires shall be carried out with due regard to the followings: a. While drawing the wiring conductors, care shall be taken to avoid scratches and kinks which cause breakage of conductors. There shall be no sharp ends in the conduit system. Insulation shall be shaved off like sharpening a pencil. Strands of the wires shall not be cut for connecting to the terminals or lugs. The terminals shall have adequate cross section to take all the strands.
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Ends of the wiring conductors shall be terminated by using crimping sockets. Soldering of sockets shall not be done unless otherwise approved by the engineer-in-charge. Brass flat washers of large area shall be used for bolted terminals. Bimetallic connectors should be used wherever copper conductors are tapped from aluminium mains or vise-versa.

1.6.3

Wiring for power and lighting circuits shall be carried out in separate and distinct wiring system. Wiring for emergency system shall also be carried out in a separate and distinct wiring system. Balancing of circuits in a three phase system shall be arranged before the installation is taken up. The wiring system envisaged is generally shown on the layout drawing and line diagrams, however, a brief account of the general wiring system is given below: a. Submains wiring Wiring from switch boards to the individual distribution boards. Circuit Wiring Wiring from switch boards to the individual distribution boards. Power Wiring Wiring from DBS to the power socket outlets.

1.6.4

b.

c.

1.6.5

The sub main wiring shall be either in 3 Phase 4 wire, or Single Phase, 2 wire system. Each submain wiring circuit shall also have its own copper earth continuity wire. The number and size of copper earth continuity wire. The number and size of copper earth continuity wire shall be as per the detailed drawings and specification. Circuit wiring shall generally be of single phase however, a maximum of 3 to 4 single phase circuits belonging to the same phase/ pole could be installed in the same conduit or raceway. Each circuit wiring shall be provided with suitable copper earth continuity conductor as per earthing specifications. Not more than ten light points/ fan points shall be grouped on one lighting circuit. The load per circuit shall not exceed 800 Watts. The minimum size of conductor for wiring of lighting circuits shall not less than 2.5sq.mm. in case of copper conductor. Power wiring shall not have more than two sockets connected to one circuit. 4.0sq.mm. copper conductors shall be used upto the power socket. All the wiring shall be carried out in looping-in-loop system. The maximum number of various size conductors that could be drawn in various sizes of conduits shall be as per table II of IS: 732 (Latest Edition). The wiring shall be colour coded for easy identification of phases and neutral. The following colour code shall be adopted. Phase :R Red Y Yellow/ White B Blue Neutral Earth : : Black Green

1.6.6

1.6.7

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1.6.3

All sockets 6A and 16A ratings shall be modular type flush mounting with control switches of the same rating as that of the sockets. All sockets shall be of poly carbonate with pins made of brass alloy and plated with a noble metal. Sockets shall be mounted on PVC moulded front plate & GI boxes. Industrial type Sockets Industrial type sockets shall be provided wherever specifically called for. Industrial sockets shall be totally metal clad with porcelain base incorporating the pins. Socket shall have 3Pins for single phase application and 4pins and scraping earth for 3 phase application. The sockets shall be provided with suitable metal clad plug top with suitable cable entry. Sockets shall have metal covers with chain. Industrial type sockets shall be provided with a suitable sheet steel housing made of 16 Gauge with the sockets mounted in flush with cover of the housing.

1.7.3

1.7.4

Lamp holders, ceiling roses, etc. An accessory for, light outlets such as lamp holders, ceiling roses, etc. shall be in conformity with requirements of relevant IS specifications. Only approved make of accessories shall be supplied, if required.

1.7.5

Installation of Switches, sockets and accessories All the switches shall be wired on phase. Connections shall be made only after testing the wires for continuity, cross phase etc. with the help of a megger. Switches, sockets, fan regulator etc. shall be housed in proper GI boxes with PVC molded front plate covers. Regulators shall be fixed on adjustable MS flat straps inside the enclosure. The arrangement of switches and sockets shall be neat and systematic. Fixed to the enclosure in plumb, with counter sunk head. For wall plug sockets, the conductors shall be terminated directly into the switches and sockets. The outlets, point control boxes etc. shall be set out as shown on the drawings. Before fixing these, the contractor shall obtain clearance from the engineer-in charge with regard rd to their proper locations. The enclosures of sockets/ and 3 pin of the sockets shall be connected to the ground through a proper size earth continuity wires as laid out in specification of earthing section.

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LUMINAIRES General All the materials used in the construction of luminaries shall be of such quality, design and construction that will provide adequate protection in normal use, against mechanical, electrical failures/ faults and exposure to the risk of injury or electric shock and shall withstand the effect of exposure to atmosphere.

1.8.2 Fluorescent lamp luminaries Luminaries shall be supplied as per the design specified in the schedule of quantities. Luminaries shall be complete in all respects with basic mounting channel, shock proof insert contact rotor lamp holders, and starter with holder, polyester ballast, connector block, internal wiring and decorative attachments, if any. The mounting channel shall be made of mild steel sheet suitably rust inhibited and stove enameled. A dust proof cover stove enameled to white shade shall be provided from the channel to protect the accessories and wiring from dust and vermin and to act as reflector. Ballast shall be silent in operation. Ballast shall have a long life and shall be highly reliable. A suitable capacitor to improve the power factor of luminaries to at least 0.9 lag shall be provided. Capacitors shall be hermetically sealed. Diffusers, louvers, etc, shall be of opal acrylic or polystyrene diffusers, louvers, and similar decorative attachments, the attachments shall be guaranteed against discolourisation, warping and deformation under continuous operation. Fluorescent lamps shall conform to BS: 1853 in all respects. Fluorescent lamps shall be of bi-pin pattern. The colour of the light shall be white or cool day light, as required. Unless otherwise specified, the lamps shall be of 40W or 36W and 1200mm long. Luminaries shall be provided with an earthing terminal for bonding the body of the luminaries to earth. Luminaries shall be installed as specified on the drawing. Wherever luminaries are fixed on the false ceiling, suitable supporting and fixing arrangements independent of the frame work of false ceiling shall be provided. Suspended luminaries shall be provided with swivel type hangers, comprising of suspension pipes, swivel sockets, screws, bolts etc., for installing the luminaries. Luminaries shall be suspended true to alignment, plumb and level and capable of resisting all lateral and vertical forces. Lead-in-wires shall be protected from abrasion. Erection of fixtures shall include assembling of all components of the fixtures such as chokes, condensers, starters, decorative
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attachments, etc. 1.8.3 Incandescent lamp luminaries Incandescent lamp luminaries shall be supplied as per the design and type mentioned in the schedule of quantities. Incandescent lamp luminaries shall be provided with lamp holders suitable for lamps with standard bayonet cap upto 200 watts. For luminaries suitable for lamps above 200 Watts, holders to suit edison screw or Goliath screw caps shall be provided with lamp holders with cord grips. Incandescent lamp luminaries shall be complete with reflector shade, decorative attachment (if any) and cover as specified any required. Incandescent lamps shall conform in all respects to BS: 161. 1.8.3 Light Track Light tracks, wherever required, shall be suitable for flush mounting with all mounting accessories. The light track shall consist of an extruded aluminium **section with two insulated copper conductors on either side, tack adopter/current collectors for fixing the luminaries, and the accessories. Live end and couplers shall be die-cast aluminium with injection moulded ends, cover and connectors. The current collector/adopter fitting shall be suitable for sliding on the light track with locking arrangement in any position for engaging the live conductors and earthing the track adopter/ current collector. 1.9 1.9.2 FANS Exhaust Fans Propeller type exhaust fan shall conform to IS: 2312 (Latest Edition) in all respects. The motor shall be of die cast aluminium case. The fan motor shall be of sq. cage induction design. Single phase motors shall be capacitor-start and run type. Exhaust fans be provided with a special anticorrosive treatment to withstand normal concentrations of chemical fumes in the environment. The fan shall be designed to withstand the effects of moisture under normal conditions of use. The design of motor and its windings shall be such that moisture in surrounding is not absorbed by the winding. Exhaust fans shall be complete with mounting rings, ring arms and a resilient suspension. The motor and blades shall be statically and dynamically balanced. The blades shall be of mild steel sheets and so designed that they operate smoothly with minimum noise. The fans shall be finished to be a glossy gray shade with an approved enamel paint. The fans shall also be provided with gravity louvers for exhaust arrangement or bird screen for inlet arrangement. Exhaust fans shall be fixed at the locations shown on the drawings. The fans shall be fixed by means of rag bolts grouted in wall. Exhaust fan be connected to the exhaust fan point by means of a flexible cord. 1.10 POINT WIRING Point wiring shall be commence from the first point control box/ local control box for the points connected to the same circuit. Point wiring for lights, fans, 5A sockets, call bells, etc. shall be carried out with copper conductor PVC insulated wires of 1.5 sq.mm. cross section or as per BOQ. The point wiring shall be inclusive of 20mm. / 25mm/ 32mm sheet steel conduits of standard and approved make (as specified herein-before) along with approved quality conduit accessories such as bends, inspection bends, reducers, junction boxes, etc. together with wiring accessories such as switches, ferrules, PVC bushes, connectors, point control boxes (enclosure for electrical accessories) etc. point wiring shall be provided with 1.0sq.mm. rd PVC insulated copper earth continuity wire for earthing 3 point of sockets, luminaries and fan fixtures. Light control shall be either single, twin or multiple points controlled by a switch as specified. 1.11 TESTING AND ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

1.11.1 Testing and installation shall be as per IS : 732-1963 a. The insulation resistance shall be measured by applying between earth and the whole system of conductors or any section thereof with all fuses in places and all switches closed and except in earthed concentric wiring all lamps in position or both poles of the installation otherwise electrically connected together, where a direct current pressure of not less than twice the working pressure, provided that it need not exceed 500 Volts for medium voltage circuits. Where the supply is derived from the three wires (A.C. or D.C) or a poly phase system the neutral pole of which is connected to earth direct or through added resistance, the working pressure shall be deemed to be that which is maintained between the outer or phase conductor and the neutral.
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The insulation resistance measured as above shall not be less than 50 divided by the number of points on the circuits provided that the whole installation shall be required to have an insulation resistance greater than one meg-ohm. Control rheostats, hearing and power appliances and electric signs may, if required, be disconnected from the circuit during the test, but in event the insulation resistance between the case of frame work and all live parts of each rheostat appliance and sign shall not be less than that specified in the relevant Indian Standard Specification or where there is no such specification shall not be less than half a megohm. The insulation resistance shall also be measured between all conductors connected to one pole or phase conductor of the supply and all the conductors connected to the middle wire or the natural or to the other pole or phase conductors of the supply and its value shall not be less than specified I subclause (b). On completion of an electric installation (or an extension to an installation) a certificate shall be furnished by the Contractor countersigned by the certified supervisor under whose direct supervision the installation was carried out. The certificate shall be in prescribed from as required by the local electric supply authorities.

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1.11.2 Testing of earth Continuity Path The earth continuity conductor including metal conduits and metallic envelopes of in all cases shall be tested for electric continuity and the electrical resistance of the same along with the earthing lead but excluding any added resistance or leakage circuit breaker measured from the connection with the earth electrodes to any point in the earth continuity conductor in the completed installation shall not exceed one meg-ohm. 1.11.3 Testing of polarity of non-linked single pole switches a. In a two wire installation a test shall be made to verify that all non linked single pole switches have been fitted in the same conductor throughout and such conductor shall be labeled or marked for connection to an outer on phase conductor or to the non-earthed conductor of the supply. In a three wire or four wires installation a test shall be made to verify that every non-linked single switch is fitted in a conductor which is labeled, marked for connection to one of the outer phase conductor of the supply. EARTHING FOR ELECTRICAL WORK General All non-current carrying metal parts of the electrical installation shall be earthed as per IS: 3043. All metal conduits, trunkings, cable armour, switchgear, distribution boards, meter, light fixtures, fans and all other metal parts forming part of the work shall be bonded together and connected by two separate and distinct conductors to earth electrodes. Earthing shall also be in conformity with the provisions of Rules 32, 61, 62, 67 & 68 of IER 1956. These specifications apply to both copper and GI earthing system. The material to be used shall be as per that give in BOQ. 1.2 1.2.1 Earthing Conductors All earthing conductors shall be of high conductivity copper or GI and shall be protected against mechanical damage and corrosion. The size of earth conductors shall not be less than half that of the largest current carrying conductor. The connection of earth continuity conductors to earth bus and earth electrodes shall be strong and sound and shall be easily accessible. The earth tapes shall be joined together using double rivets. The earthing conductor shall be laid in cable trenches, cable trays or conduits or on cable by using suitable clamps made of non-ferrous metals compatible with the earthing conductor. The following earthing conductors and required to be used for various sections of the installations.

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b. 3 pin of power socket outlets upto 20A shall be earthed with 1.5 sq.mm. copper conductor PVC insulated wire (As per BOQ) c. All single phase switches and DBs above 20A and upto 30A rating shall be earthed with one run of 10SWG bare copper wire or GI wire.

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d. All single phase switches and DBs above 30A and upto 63A rating shall be earthed with one run of 8SWG bare copper wire or GI wire. e. All three phase switches/ DBs upto 30A rating shall be earthed with 2 runs of 10SWG copper wire/ GI wire. f. All three phase switches/ DBs above 30A and upto 63A shall be earthed with 2 runs of 8 SWG copper wires/ GI wires.

g. All three phase switches/DBs above 63A and upto 100A shall be earthed with 2 runs of 4 SWG copper wires/ GI tape. h. All three phase switches/DBs of 200A rating and above shall be earthed with 2 runs of 25x3mm copper wires/ GI wires. i. All motor frames shall be earthed by two earthling conductors of specified cross section

Earth conductors shall be properly terminated with bolts to the frames of panels/eqpts. And provided with crimped sockets in case of wires. 1.2.2 Main earth bus shall be taken from the main medium voltage panel to the earth electrodes. The number of electrodes required shall be arrived at taking into consideration the anticipated fault on the medium voltage net-work and soil resistively. All the sub mains and sub circuits shall be provided with earth continuity conductors as specified and connected to the main earth bus. Earthing conductors for equipment shall be run from the exposed metal surface of the equipment and connected to a suitable point on the sub main or main earthing bus. All switches shall be connected through double earthing conductor to the earth bus. Earthing conductors shall be terminated at the equipment using suitable lugs, bolts, washers and nuts.

1.2.3

All conduits, cable armoring, raceway, rising mains, etc. shall be connected to the earth all along their run by earthing conductors of suitable cross sectional area, sprinkler, pipes, LPG pipes, water pipes, steel structural elements, cable trays/ racks lighting conductors shall not used as a means of earthing an installation. The electrical resistance of earthing conductors shall be low enough to permit the passage of fault current necessary to operate a fuse/ protective device a circuit breaker and shall not exceed 2 ohms. As rough guide the following sizes of earth continuity conductors shall be used for circuit wiring. Size of circuit wires/ cables a. b. c. d. e. 2.5 sq. mm. 4 sq. mm. 6 sq. mm. Size of copper or GI earth wires

16 SWG or 1.5 sq. mm. Cu. PVC insulated 14 SWG or 2.5 sq. mm. Cu. PVC insulated 12 SWG or 2.5 sq. mm. Cu. PVC insulated

10 sq. mm. / 16 sq. mm. 8 SWG or 4.0 sq. mm. Cu. PVC insulated 25 sq. mm. / 35 sq. mm. 6 SWG or 6.0 sq. mm. Cu. PVC insulated

All Single phase wiring has one run of earth wire and three phase wiring shall be provided with two runs of earth wires. 1.3 EARTHING ELECTRODES: (REFER IS: 3043)

Earthing electrodes shall be designed as per the requirements of clause 17.2 of IS: 3043. The number and size of earth electrodes shall be calculated so that under fault conditions no electrode is loaded above its maximum permissible current density. The resistance of earth electrode shall be as low as possible, the maximum allowable value being one ohm. Earthing electrodes of either plate of pipe electrode shall be decided according to the
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anticipated fault level of the net-work and local soil conditions. Generally, plate electrodes shall be used for substations. Generally, plate electrodes shall be used for sub-stations and large & medium voltage net work and pipe electrodes for small & medium voltage net-work and installations. Plate Electrode (REFER IS : 3043) Plate electrode shall be made of copper plate of 3.15mm thick and 60x60 cm. Size. The plate shall be buried vertically in ground at a depth of not less than 2 meters to the top of the plate, the plate being encased in charcoal to a thickness of 15cm all round. It is preferable to bury the electrode to a depth where sub soil water is present. Earth leads to the electrode shall be laid in a GI pipe and connected to the plate electrode with brass bolts, nuts and washer. GI pipe of not less than 19mm dia shall be placed vertically over the plate and terminated in a funnel at 5cm above the ground. The funnel shall be provided with a wire mesh. The funnel shall enclose in masonry chamber of 30cm x 30cm x 30cm dimensions. The chamber shall be provided with CI frame and CI cover. The earth station shall also be provided with a permanent identification label/ tag. 1.3.2 Pipe Electrode (REFER IS: 3043) Pipe electrode shall comprise of a 2.5 meter long 40mm dia GI pipe with holes drilled as per IS: 3043 and buried vertically in a pit of 35cm x 35cm size and filled with alternate layers of charcoal, salt and river sand and connected at the top to a GI pipe of 19mm, 1 meter long with a funnel at the other end, 5cm above ground. The earth lead shall be properly clamped to the pipe electrode with brass bolts, nuts and washers. The funnel and earth lead connection shall be enclosed in a masonry chamber of 30cm x 30 cm x 30cm dimensions. The chamber shall be provided with a CI frame and CI cover. Proper permanent identifications tag/ label shall be provided for each electrode. 1.4 1.4.1 PRECAUTIONS: Earthing system shall be mechanically robust and the joints shall be capable of retaining low resistance even after passages of fault currents. Joints shall be soldered, tinned and double reverted in case of copper and joints shall be filed and doubled reverted in case of GI. All the joints shall be mechanically, electrically, continuous and effective. TESTING: On the completion of the entire installation, the following tests shall be conducted. a. b. 1.5.2 Earth resistance of electrodes. Earth loop impedance as per IS L 3043/NEC.

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1.5 1.5.1

All meters, instruments and labour required for the tests shall be provided by the contractor. The results shall be submitted in triplicate to the engineer-in-charge for approval. SUB-STATION AND GENERATOR EARTHING H.T panels and transformer body shall be provided with double earthing with copper/ GI tape of suitable size depending upon the anticipated fault level. The contractor shall furnish detailed calculations in respect of the size of earth conductors and number of earth stations.

1.6 1.6.1

SCHEDULE OF QUANTITIES NOTES ON SCHEDULE OF QUANTITIES: All items of work shall be executed strictly in accordance with the description of the items in the Schedule of Quantities, Drawings and Standard Specifications read in conjunction with the appropriate Indian Standard Specifications and conditions of contract. The rate for each item of work included in the bill of quantities shall unless expressly stated otherwise, include cost of : (a) All materials, fixing materials, accessories, appliances, operations, tools, plant, equipment, transport, labour and incidentals required in preparation for in the full and entire execution and completion of work called for in the item and as per specifications and drawings completely. (b) Wastage on materials and labour.
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(c) Loading, transportation, unloading, handling/double handling, hoisting to all levels, setting and fixing in position, protecting, disposal of debris and all other labour necessary in and for the full and entire execution and to fully complete the job in accordance with contract documents, good practice and recognized principles. (d) Liabilities, obligations and risks arising out of conditions of contract.

(e) All requirements of specifications whether such requirements are mentioned in the item or not. The specifications and drawings are to be read as complementary to and part of the schedule of quantities and any work called for in one shall be taken as required for all. (f) In the event of conflict between the bill of quantities and other documents, the most stringent shall apply and interception of the Architects shall be final and binding. 3.0 The contractor shall be paid for the actual quantity of work executed by him in accordance with the drawings at the contract rates. The quantities given in the SOQ are provisional. The employer/owner reserves the right to increase/decrease the quantities of work or to totally omit any item of work and the contractor shall not be entitled to claim any extras or damages on these grounds. The Schedule of Quantities shall be fully priced and the extension and totals duly checked. The rates for all the items shall be filling in ink. The entries under amount column shall be rounded off to the nearest rupee. Unless otherwise stated all measurements shall be carried out in accordance with IS 1200 (latest edition). The term (equivalent or equal) shall mean the equivalents as approved in writing by the consultant. The question of "Equivalent" materials equipment shall be considered only, if the specified make is not available in the market or discontinued by the manufacturer.

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8.0 MATERIALS TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER. The owner may his discretion may supply the following materials free of cost to the contractor for installation and commissioning. (The decision regarding supply of materials by employers will be communicated to the contractor within 15 days of award of work): Luminaries & Fixtures Any other items which may be procured by the Employer. In the event of above materials being supplied by the Owners, the contractor shall receive the same, store, handle, double handle (if necessary), hoist at all levels, erect, test, commissions the same at the rates quoted by him for installation of the above materials and equipments. Further, the installation rate for luminaries and other equipment shall be deemed to be inclusive of the following: 9.0 10.0 11.0 12.0 13.0 14.0 15.0 16.0 17.0 Security and accountability of materials received by the Contractor. Assembling of components of luminaries/ equipment. Supply and connection of lead wires. Fixing arrangements, clamps, screws, bolts, nuts, etc., for all the equipment/ components. Grouting of bolts and making good of walls/ ceilings (if required) Replacement of damaged part/ components till handling over. Any foundation/ platform/ plinth required for equipment. Control and small wiring required completing the job. The location & position of all the switch boxes/ sockets to be marked as per drawing/ instruction, to be approved by site in-charge before cutting/ breaking. All equipments/ materials shall be read in conjunction with the drawings, specification and Schedule of Quantities. The most stringent specification will be valid for execution of work.

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SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT 1. Prices The prices to be quoted by the intending tenderer shall include the supply installation, Testing and commissioning at the site, of all component, ancillary material and other items whatsoever required for carrying out the job to fulfil the intent and purposes as laid down in the specifications and/or the drawings. The tenderer's price shall be deemed to include all components panels, nuts, bolts, shims, clamps, supports etc, as required for proper fixing and/or grouting of equipments, ancillary items etc., whether specifically mentioned or not the contractor shall also include, in his price, all taxes duties or other levies (viz. Excise duty, customs duty, works contract tax, sales tax, octroi etc.,) which are legally leviable on Air Conditioning equipment and Installation. Failure to include all leviable taxes and duties will not entitle the contractor to any extra claims from the Owner. 2. Assembly and Inspection: Shop assembly of all component parts shall be made to ensure that all parts are properly fitted to minimize installation problems. The Owner reserves the right to inspect any machinery, material and component (hereinafter collectively called "apparatus") finished or used by the contractor under this contract and may reject which is defective in workmanship or design or otherwise unsuitable for the use and purpose intended or which is not in accordance with the intent of this contract. The contractor shall on demand by the Owners, remedy/replace at the contractor's expenses any such defective or unsuitable apparatus. The contractor shall advise the Owner in advance when apparatus is ready for inspection in the contractor's workshop and/or in his sub supplier's workshop. The Owner Representative shall at all times have access to all parts of shops where apparatus are being manufactured and also shall be provided with all reasonable inspection facilities by the contractor and his sub supplier. None of the apparatus to be furnished or used in connection with this contract will be supplied until shop inspection and performance testing, wherever possible, satisfactory to the Owner Representatives has been made. Such shop inspection of the apparatus shall not however, relieve the contractor from full responsibility for furnishing the apparatus confirming to the requirements of this contract not prejudice any claim, right or privilege which the Owner may have because of the supply of defective or unsatisfactory apparatus. Should the Owner waive the right to inspect any apparatus, such waiver shall not relieve the contractor from his obligation under this contract. 3. Working Drawings, Maintenance Manuals etc. : On the award of the work, the contractor shall immediately proceed with the preparation of detailed schematics and shop drawings, detailing the components that are to be installed and the ancillary works that are to be carried out. Three sets of all such schematics and shop drawings shall be submitted to the Project Managers, for their approval to ensure that the works will be carried out in accordance with the specifications and drawings, including such changes as may have been mutually agreed upon. All the drawings shall be received by the Project Managers for their approval, within three weeks of the award of work. The approval of the drawings by the Project Managers shall in no way relieve the contractor from his obligations to provide a complete and satisfactory plant and installation as per intent and purpose as laid down in the specifications. Any omissions and/or errors shall be made good or rectified whether or not the drawings are approved. Prior to the completion of the work, the contractor shall furnish (4) four sets of a comprehensive manual, describing all components, furnishing a list of instructions for the operations and maintenance of the plant. The contractor shall also fix in the plant room neatly typed and framed, instruction in details, for the starting and running of the plant. Any special tools required for the operation or the maintenance of the Plant shall be supplied free. 4. Erection and Commissioning: The contractor shall carry out the complete erection and commissioning. All work shall commence on
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previously prepared foundation. All the materials shall be moved from their place of storage into the plant by the contractor. The contractor shall make his own arrangement to off load materials received at respective Air/Rail/Road transport terminal points, despatch to site and to store all material received at site. The Owners shall provide clear storage and erection space only. All erection tools and tackles as and when required to suit the erection programme shall be provided by the contractor. All consumables required for erections such as cotton waste, kerosene, oil, emery paper, coil string, bamboos and planks for scaffolding etc. as well as necessary welding rods, gases etc. shall be provided by the contractor. Protective and finish painting shall be carried out by the contractor. Carbon steel surface shall be thoroughly cleaned before painting. The contractor shall indicate the electricity requirements during erection. The contractor shall remove all the waste material or rubbish from and about the work site and leave the job thoroughly cleaned up and ready for use. 5. 5.1 Testing All types of routines and type tests as required shall be carried out at the works of the contractor or the manufacturers of the components. The Project Managers/ Consultants shall be free to witness any or all tests if he so desires. On the completion of the installation, the contractors shall arrange to carry out various initial tests as detailed in below, in the presence of and to the complete satisfaction of the Project Managers/Consultants, or their representatives. Any defects or shortcomings found during the tests shall be speedily rectified or made good by the contractor at his own expenses. The initial tests shall include but not be limited to the following: To operate and check the proper functioning of all electrically operated components viz compressor motor, pumps, blowers, AHUs as well as other electrical motors. To test and check the switchgears, safety and other controls to ensure their proper functioning. In case of water cooled system check and adjust the water flow in the water circuits, so that the rate of flow is as per the design through the condensers, chillers, AHUs, cooling towers, all chilled water circulating equipments,etc. To check the systems against leaks in different circuits, alignment of motor, V belt adjustments. To check control settings and all such other tests which are essential for smooth functioning of the system. On the satisfactory completion of all 'Initial' tests the plant shall be considered to be 'virtually complete' for the purpose of taking over by the Owner. In addition to the 'Initial' tests the contractor shall also give two continuous operation of test of the system. The tests shall be conducted when the outside ambient conditions are close to the specified ambient conditions. The running tests shall be taken on the completion of the initial tests, provided the ambient conditions are close to the specified ambient conditions. The contractor shall provide all necessary tools, instruments, gauges, flow meter, ammeter etc. as may be required for conducting the various tests and the required personnel for the tests. However, power for the tests shall be provided by the Owner. 6. Rejection Of Defective System If on test any portion of the plant, equipment or components are found to be defective or not fulfilling the intent or the meaning of the specifications, the same shall be replaced or repaired to the entire satisfaction of the Project Managers/ Consultants. In case the contractor fails to remove the defects, within a period considered reasonable, the Owner reserves the right to take necessary remedial measures through other agencies and all expenses thus incurred would be recovered from the contractor. The Owner reserves the right to operate all the equipment and complete system whether or not the plant is taken over after the initial test and commissioning. Any defects found during the initial or running tests shall be removed at a suitable time as decided upon by the Owner and/or their Project Manager/Consultants.
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Duration for completion of works Duration for completion of works shall be 12 months after the award of work.

8.

Maintenance of the system and training of personnel : The contractor shall arrange to provide, at no extra cost necessary personnel and material to carry out all routine and special maintenance of the plant as required, regularly for a period of (12) twelve months (1 year) from the date of commissioning. The contractor shall also train the Owner's personnel to operate the plant and carry out routine checks during the period of installation and testing. If found necessary, the Owner shall train such personnel at his works at no extra cost to the Owner.

9.

Completeness of the Plant The contractor shall provide all the required materials, equipment, ancillary items etc. to install a complete and satisfactory air conditioning plant capable of fulfilling the intent and purpose of the contract whether or not each and every item is mentioned in the specifications and/or drawings. Any shortcomings noticed at any stage shall be made good at no extra cost. Guarantee The contractor shall guarantee that all the material, machinery and components supplied, fabricated, designed and installed by him shall be free from defects due to faulty design material and/or workmanship, that the system shall perform satisfactorily and the efficiency and functioning of the system and all the components shall not be less than the parameters laid down in the specifications and the Performa shall be with in the specified design limits. In case of any shortcoming the contractor shall replace the necessary components at no extra cost or alternately the Owner shall be entitled to deduct a proportionate amount from payments due to the contractor. The period of the guarantee shall be (12) twelve months after the running test performance in Winter & summer whichever is later, during which period any or all components found to be defective shall be replaced or repaired free of charge and any shortcomings found in the system functioning as specified shall be removed at no extra cost. The contractor shall provide the necessary personnel and tools for fulfilling the above guarantee. If for any reason the commissioning of the system cannot be carried out due to reasons attributable solely to the Owner, then the system shall carry a guarantee for a period of (15) fifteen months from the date of 'virtual completion - a date which shall be certified by Project Manager/Consultant. If the defects are not removed within a reasonable time the Owner may arrange to do so at the contractor's risk and cost, without prejudice to any other rights.

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Performance Guarantee: The contractor shall guarantee that the air conditioning plant shall maintain the design inside temperature within 1C tolerance and the relative humidity shall not exceed the specified limit. The Contractor shall guarantee that the capacity of various equipments as well as the whole system shall not be less than specified. Safe custody and storage Safe custody of all equipments supplied by the contractor shall be his own responsibility till the final taking over by the Owner. He should, therefore, employ sufficient staff for watch and ward at his own expenses. The Owner may, however, allow the contractor to use the plant room/weather maker rooms, etc. for temporary storage of his equipment if such spaces are ready and available.

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Section 1 1. 1.1 General

Duct Work and Outlets (Factory Fabricated)

The work under this part shall consist of furnishing labour materials, equipment and appliances as specified necessary and required to install all sheet metal and other allied work to make the air conditioning supply, ventilating, and exhaust system ready for operation as per drawings. Except as otherwise specified all duct work and related items shall be in accordance with these specifications. Ductwork shall mean all ducts, casings, dampers, access doors, joints, stiffeners and hangers. Governing Standards Unless otherwise specified here, the construction, erection, testing and performance of the ducting system shall conform to the SMACNA-1995 standards (HVAC Duct Construction Standards-Metal and Flexible-Second Edition-1995 SMACNA

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Raw Material Ducting All ducting shall be fabricated of LFQ (Lock Forming Quality) grade prime G.I. row material furnished with accompanying Mill test Certificates. Galvanizing shall be of 120gms/sq.m. (total coating on both sides). In addition, if deemed necessary, samples of raw material, selected at random by owners site representative shall be subject to approval and tested for thickness and zinc coating at contractors expense. The G.I. raw material should be used in coil-form (instead of sheets) so as to limit the longitudinal joints at the edges only irrespective of cross-section dimensions. Duct Connectors and Accessories All transverse duct connectors (flanges/cleats) and accessories/related hardware are such as support system shall be zinc-coated (galvanized)/ Fabrication Standards All ductwork including straight sections, tapers, elbows, branches, show pieces, collars, terminal boxes and other transformation pieces must be Rolastar factory-fabricated or Techno Fabriduct. Equivalency will require fabrication by utilizing the following machines and processes to provide the requisite quality of ducts and speed of supply. Coil lines to ensure location of longitudinal seams at comes/folded edges only to obtain the required duct rigidity and low leakage characteristics. No longitudinal seams permitted along any face side of the duct. All ducts, transformation pieces and fittings to be made on CNC profile cutlers for required accuracy of dimensions, location and dimensions of notches at the folding lines. All edges to be machine treated using lock formers, flanges and roller for fuming up edges. Sealant dispensing equipment for applying built-in sealant in Pittsburgh lock where sealing of longitudinal joints are specified.
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Selection of G.I. Gauge and Transverse Connectors Duct Construction shall be in compliance with 1 (250 Pa)w.g. static norms as per SMACNA. All transverse connectors shall be the Rolamate 4-bolt slip-on flange system or Techno Fabriduct imported makes of similar 4-bolt systems with built-in sealant if any to avoid any leakage additional sealant to be used. The specific class of transverse connector and duct gauge for a given duct dimensions will be 1(250 Pa) pressure class. Non-toxic, AC-applications grade P.E. or PVC Casketing is required between all mating flanged joints. Gasket sizes should conform to flange manufacturers specification. Duct Construction The fabricated duct dimensions should be as per approved drawings and all connecting sections are dimensionally matched to avoid any gaps. Dimensional Tolerances : All fabricated dimensions will be within 1.0 mm of specified dimension. To obtain required perpendicularity , permissible diagonal tolerances shall be 1.0 mm per meter. Each and every duct pieces should be identified by color coded sticker which shows specific part numbers, job name, drawing number, duct sizes and gauge. Ducts shall be straight and smooth on the inside Longitudinal seams shall be airtight and at comers only, which shall be either Pittsburgh or Snap Button Punch as per SMACNA practice, to ensure air tightness. Changes in dimensions and shape of ducts shall be gradual (between 1:4 and 1:7). Turning vanes or air splitters shall be installed in all bends and duct collars designed to permit the air to make the tum without appreciable turbulence. Plenums shall be shop/factory fabricated panel type and assembled at site. The gauges, joints and bracings for sheet metal duct work shall further conform to on the drawings. the provisions as shown

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Ducts larger than 600 MM shall be cross broken, duct sections upto 1200 MM length may be used with bracing angles omitted. Changes in section of ductwork shall be affected by tapering the ducts with as long a taper as possible. All branches shall be taken off at not more than 45 DEG. Angle from the axis of the main duct unless otherwise approved by the Engineer-In-Charge. All ducts shall be supported from the ceiling/slab by means of M.S. Rods of 10 MM (3/8") DIA with M.S. Angle at the bottom. The rods shall be anchored to R.C. Slab using metallic expansion fasteners. Factory Fabricated ducts shall have the thickness of the sheet shall be as follows: Size of Duct Sheet Fastne Thickne r Size ss

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For Rolastar duct & Rolam ate flanges

Type of Joints

For Techno Fabriduct, Ductofab and Zeco flanges

Bracing with GI tie rods of following sizes

Support Angle

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Upto 450 mm

0.50 mm

3/8

Fabricated out of G.I. sheet of 24 gauge at every 1.2 m interval C&S cleat. E-24 type flange, shall be fabricated out of 24 G sheet at every 1.2 m interval. The flanges shall be made out of the same duct sheet and all the four corner shall be fitted for fitting the bolt

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25x1.00 strap with 6.4 mm Threaded rod 25x25x3 mm with 8mm GI Threaded rod

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451mm Upto 750 mm

0.50 mm

3/8

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751 mm to 1000 mm

0.63 mm

3/8

E-24 type flange, shall be fabricated out of 24 G sheet at every 1.2 m interval. H-22 type flange, shall be fabricated out of 22 G sheet at every 1.2 m interval. J-16 type flange, shall be fabricated out of 16G sheet at every 1.2 m interval. J-16 type flange, shall be fabricated out of 16G sheet at every 1.2 m interval .

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1001 mm to 1500 mm

0.80 mm

5/8

Cross tie rods to be fitted with 10mm dia. Threaded GI rod for each piece of duct

25x25x3 mm with 10mm GI Threaded rod 40x40x5 mm with 10mm GI Threaded rod 40x40x6 mm with 10mm GI Threaded rod 50x50x6 mm with GI Threaded rods of 12 mm dia.

1501 mm to 2250 mm

1.00 mm

5/8

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2251 mm and above

1.25 mm

5/8

TDF Flange

Cross tie rods to be fitted with 10mm dia. Threaded GI rod for each piece of duct

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Documentation to Measurements For each drawing, all supply of ductwork must be accompanied by computer-generated detailed bill of material indicating all relevant duct sizes, dimensions and quantities. In addition, summary sheets are also to be provided showing duct areas 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. 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.
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Installation: During the construction, the contractor shall temporarily close duct openings with sheet metal covers to prevent debris entering ducts and to maintain opening straight and square, as per direction of Engineer-InCharge. Great care shall be taken to ensure that the duct work does not extend outside and beyond height limits as noted on the drawings. All duct work shall be of high quality approved galvanized sheet steel guaranteed not to crack or peel on bending or fabrication of ducts. All joints shall be air tight and shall be made in the direction of air flow. The ducts shall be re-inforced with structured members where necessary, and must be secured in place so as to avoid vibration of the duct on its support.

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All air turns of 45 degrees or more shall include curved metal blades or vanes arranged so as to permit the air to make the abrupt turns without an appreciable turbulence. Turning vanes shall be securely fastened to prevent noise or vibration. The duct work shall be varied in shape and position to fit actual conditions at building site. All changes shall be subjected to the approval of the Engineer-In-Charge. The contractor shall verify all measurements at site and shall notify the Engineer-In-Charge of any difficulty in carrying out his work before fabrication. Sponge rubber or approved equal gaskets of 6 MM maximum thickness shall be installed between duct flanges as well as between all connections of sheet metal ducts to walls, floor columns, heater casings and filter casings. Sheet metal connections shall be made to walls and floors by means of wooden member anchored to the building structure with anchor bolts and with the sheet screwed to them. Flanges bracings and supports are to be Rolamate or Techno Fabriduct. Accessories such as damper blades and access panels are to be of materials of appropriate thickness and the finish similar to the adjacent ducting, as specified. Joints, seams, sleeves, splitters, branches, takeoffs and supports are to be as per duct details as specified, or as decided by Engineer-In-Charge. Joints requiring bolting or riveting may be fixed by Hexagon nuts and bolts, stove bolts or buck bolts, rivets or closed centre top rivets or spot welding. Self tapping screws must not be used. All jointing material must have a finish such as cadmium plating or Galvanized as appropriate. Fire retarding flexible joints are to be fitted to the suction and delivery of all fans. The material is to be normally double heavy canvass or as directed by Engineer-In-Charge. On all circular spigots the flexible materials are to be screwed or clip band with adjustable screws or toggle fitting. For rectangular ducts the material is to be flanged and bolted with a backing flat or bolted to mating flange with backing flat. The flexible joints are to be not less than 75 MM and not more than 250 MM between faces. The duct work should be carried out in a manner and at such time as not to hinder or delay the work of the other agencies especially the boxing or false ceiling contractors. Duct passing through brick or masonary, wooden frame work shall be provided within the opening. Crossing duct shall have heavy flanges, collars on each side of wooden frame to make the duct leak proof. Access panel A hinged and gasketed access panel measuring at least 450 mm x 450 mm shall be provided on duct work before each reheat coil and at each control device that may be located inside the duct work. Miscellaneous All duct work joints are to be true right angle and with all sharp edges removed.
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Sponge rubber gaskets also to be provided behind the flange of all grilles. Each shoot from the duct, leading to a grille, shall be provided with an air deflector to divert the air into the grille through the shoot. Diverting vanes must be provided at the bends exceeding 600 mm and at branches connected into the main duct without a neck. Proper hangers and supports should be provided to hold the duct rigidly, to keep them straight and to avoid vibrations. Additional supports are to be provided where required for rigidity or as directed by Engineer-InCharge. The ducts should be routed directly with a minimum of directional change. The duct work shall be provided with additional supports/hangers, wherever required or as directed by the Engineer-In-Charge, at no extra cost. All angle iron flanges to be welded electrically and holes to be drilled. All the angle iron flanges to be connected to the GSS ducts by rivets at 100 mm centres. All the flanged joints, to have a sponge rubber packing stuck to the flanges with suitable adhesive. The G.S.S. ducts should be lapped 6 mm across the flanges. The ducts should be supported by approved type supports at a distance not exceeding 2.0 metres. Painting All M.S. ducts supports, hangers, rods etc shall be given two coats of red oxide primer. All G.I. ducts not concealed in false ceiling shall be given two coats of synthetic enamel paint of appropriate type in approved colors. The surface to be painted shall be thoroughly cleaned by metal wire brush before applying paint. The second coat shall be applied only after the first coat has dried completely. Testing After duct installation, a part of duct section (approximately 5% of total ductwork) may be selected at random and tested for leakage. The procedure for leak testing should be followed as per SMACNA- HVAC Air Duct Leakage Test Manual: (First Edition).

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The air volume control dampers shall be suitable for either manual and automatic control. The design shall permit accurate modulation in air flow air proportional to the opening or closing of the damper blades. These dampers should provide tight shutoff of air flow. In closed position the air leakage should be between 3% to 5% of design airflow. The damper shall be complete with an outer frame of 1.2 mm (18 Ga) G.I. sheet. The blades shall be fabricated from folded sheets of 1.2 mm (18 Ga) G.I. sheets. The blade shall be mounted on bush or nylon bearing for smooth operation. The operation of the opposing blade shall be controlled either by a gear from or alternate linkage. A suitable linkage shall be available for connecting an actuator for automatic operation. The damper actuator should be selected with sufficient torque to suit the damper size. Standard Grilles The supply and return air grilles shall be fabricated from extruded aluminium sections. The supply air grilles shall have single/double louvers. The front horizontal louvers shall be of extruded section, fixed/adjustable type. The rear vertical louvers where required shall of aluminium extruded sections and adjustable type. The return air grille shall have single horizontal extruded section fixed louvers. The grilles shall have an outer frame on all four sides. The damper blades shall also be of extruded aluminium sections. The grille flange shall be fabricated out of aluminium extruded section. Grilles longer than 450 mm shall have intermediate supports for the horizontal louvers. Diffusers The ceiling type square diffusers shall be of aluminium extruded sections with flush face with fixed pattern and neck. The diffusers shall be provided with blank plate suitable of grid ceiling (T-Bar) of size 600 mm x 600 mm. All supply diffusers shall be provided with extruded aluminium dampers, with arrangement for adjustment from the bottom, Acoustically lined G.I. plenum, perforated diffusion plate and circular spigot. The slot diffusers shall be of aluminium extruded sections with diffusion plate and sliding damper. It shall be provided with acoustically lined G.I. plenum box with circular spigot. Linear Diffusers/Grilles The linear diffusers/grilles shall be fabricated from Aluminium extruded sections. The diffusion blades shall be extruded, flush mounted type with single or double direction air flow. The frame shall be of aluminium extruded section and shall hold the louvers tightly in fixed position. The frame shall be provided on all four sides. The dampers as described under grilles shall be provided wherever specified. Perforated Diffusers The perforated diffusers shall be fabricated from aluminium sheet. The sheet shall have uniform perforations to allow minimum 50% free area. The supply air diffusers shall be provided with fully adjustable air pattern deflectors.
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3.2

4. 4.1

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The frame shall be of extruded aluminium sections with blanking plate bonded to frame for grid ceiling (Tbar) application. Nozzle Diffusers The nozzle type diffusers shall be fabricated from heavy gauges aluminium sheet. The base shall be fixed type. The nozzle shall be of volute design with the spout diameter being half the base dia. and designed for low noise and long through. The nozzle shall be able to rotate to any angle within the base. The whole assembly shall be powder coated in suitable colour. DP Grilles The DP grilles used for Displacement Ventilation shall be fabricated for 18 ga (2.20 mm) M.S. sheets and frame. There will be an inner and outer sheet with 3 to 4 m perforation providing a minimum of 60% free area. A suitable connection shall be provided for air inlet into the diffuser. The damper for the return grille will be integral part of the grille. In case of rectangular grilles, a separation butterfly damper of 18 ga (2.20 mm) aluminium shall be provided. Exhaust Grilles The exhaust grilles shall be fabricated from aluminium extruded sections. The exhaust grilles shall be horizontal fixed bar grilles with 150 blade inclination. Exhaust / Fresh Air Louvers The louvers shall be fabricated from aluminium extruded sections. The blades shall be extruded flush mounted type with single horizontal throw. The frame shall be of aluminium extruded section and shall hold the louvers tightly in fixed position. Painting and Vision Barrier All grilles, and diffusers shall be powder coated, before installation, in approved colour. All ducts immediately behind the grilles/diffusers etc. are to be given two coats of black paint in matt finish. The return air and dummy portion of all linear grilles shall be provided with a vision barrier made of 24 gauge galvanised sheets. The vision barrier shall be fixed to the false ceiling frame with self tapping screws and shall be given two coats of black paint in matt finish. Care shall be taken to ensure that the return air path is not obstructed. *********
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Section 3 1. General

Insulation

The Insulation of water piping, air handling units, ducting, chillers etc., shall be carried out as per specifications given below : 2. Materials The materials to be used for insulation shall be as follows, unless some other material is specifically mentioned elsewhere. The detailed specifications of the materials are listed under respective sub heads. 2.1 3. 3.1 Duct / Under deck Insulation Duct Insulation The materials for duct insulation shall be sheets of closed cell elastomeric insulation with microbial treatment. The density of insulation shall not be less than 50 kg/cubm and material shall be in the form of sheets of uniform thickness. The K value at 20o C. shall not be less than 0.037 W/mK. The thickness of duct insulation shall be as follows: a. Duct in conditioned space - 13 mm thick b. Duct in unconditioned space - 19 mm thick Installation Closed Cell Elastomeric Insulation The pipe shall be thoroughly cleaned with a wire brush and rendered free from all rust and grease. The pipes shall be given a coat of red oxide primer. Two Coats of synthetic glue shall be applied on the cleaned pipe surface. The preformed sections of insulation shall be fixed tightly to the surface to take care to seal all joints. All longitudinal joints shall be sealed with synthetic glue. The insulation shall be covered with canvas cloth dipped and finally two coats of thermal insulation canvas coating (seal bond 30/36). Ducting Clean the surface with a wire brush and make it free from rust and oil. Apply two coats of synthetic glue to the surface. Wrap the duct with insulation sheets of the thickness mentioned above. The joints shall be sealed with synthetic glue to form a seamless bond. The duct joints shall be additionally covered with a 150mm strip of insulation material. ************* : Closed cell elastomeric insulation with microbial treatment

3.2

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Section-4 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. IS 659 : IS 660 : IS 3233 : IS 12992 : IS 954 : IS 1641 :

SAFETY CODES (Reaffirmed 1991) Safety code for air conditioning (revised) (Amendment 1). (Reaffirmed 1991) Safety code of mechanical refrigeration. (revised). 1965 (Reaffirmed 1992) Glossary of terms for safety and relief valves and their parts. 1993, Part I, 1990 Part II Safety relief valves. 1989 Functional requirements for carbon dioxide tender for fire brigade use. (2nd revision) 1988 (reaffirmed 1993) Code of practice for fire safety of buildings (general) : General principles of fire grading and classification. (1st revision) 1989 Code of practice for fire safety of buildings. (general) : Details of construction (1st revision) (1645 supersedes 1642) 1988 (Reaffirmed 1993) Code of practice for fire safety of buildings (general : Exposure hazard (1st revision) 1998 (Reaffirmed 1993) Code of practice for fire safety of buildings (general) : Requirements and personal hazard. 1982 (Reaffirmed 1990) Code of practice for fire safety of buildings (general) : Electrical installation (1st revision) 1983 (Reaffirmed 1991) Methods for computation of frequency and severity rates for industrial injuries and classification of industrial accidents. (1st revision) 1979 (Reaffirmed 1990) Method of test for non combustibility of building materials (1st revision) 1969 (Reaffirmed 1990) Code of safety for carbon tetra chloride. 1984 (Reaffirmed 1990) Code of practice for design and installation of fixed carbon dioxide for fire extinguishing system (1st revision) 1975 (Reaffirmed 1991) Safety code for handling and storage of building materials (Amendment 1) ************

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IS 1642 :

8. 9. 10. 11.

IS 1643 : IS 1644 : IS 1646 : IS 3786 :

12. 13. 14.

IS 3808 : IS 5311 : IS 6382 :

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IS 7969 :

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Section-5 1. 1.1

Mode of Measurements

Unit Prices in the Schedule of Quantities The Item description in the schedule of quantities is in the form of a condensed resume. The unit price shall be held to include everything necessary to complete the work covered by this item in accordance with the specifications and drawings. The sum total of all the individual item prices shall represent the total price of the installation ready to be handed over.

1.2 1.2.1

The unit price of the various items shall include the following : All equipment, machinery, apparatus and materials required as well as the cost of any tests which the consultant may request in addition to the tests generally required to prove quality and performance of equipment. All the labour required to supply and install the complete installation in accordance with the specifications. Use of any tools, equipment, machinery, lifting tackle, scaffolding, ladders etc. required by the contractor to carry out his work. All the necessary measures to prevent the transmission of vibration. The necessary material to isolate equipment foundations from the building structure, wherever necessary. Storage and insurance of all equipment apparatus and materials. The contractors unit price shall include all equipment, apparatus, material and labour indicated in the drawings and/or specifications in conjunction with the item in question, as well as all additional equipment, apparatus, material and labour usual and necessary to make in question on its own (and within the system as a whole) complete even though not specifically shown, described or otherwise referred to. Measurements of Sheet Metal Ducts, Grilles/Diffusers etc. Sheet Metal Ducts All duct measurements shall be taken as per actual outer duct surface area including bends, tees, reducers, collars, vanes & other fittings, Gaskets, nuts, bolts, vibration rotation pads are included in the basic duct items of the BOQ. The unit of measurements shall be the finished sheet metal surface area in square metres. No extra shall be allowed for lapse and wastages. All the guide vanes, deflectors in duct elbows, branches, grille collars quadrant dampers etc. shall be measured for actual sheet metal surface and paid for at the same rate as duct of same thickness. The unit duct price shall include all the duct hangers and supports, dash fastners for supports and making good of the same as well as any materials and labour required to complete the duct frame. Grilles/Diffusers Grilles / Diffusers should be measured as follows : All measurements of grilles shall be of the actual outlet size excluding the outer flanges. The square or rectangular diffusers shall be measured in plain SQ.M. of neck areas, except for diffusers suitable for T-bar installation, which shall be measured in numbers.
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All round diffusers and grilles shall be measured by their diameters in CM. All linear diffusers and grilles shall be measured as per actual length in metres excluding outer flanges. Insulation The measurement for vessels, piping, and ducts shall be made over the bare uninsulated surface area of the metal. Ducts & Vessels Ducts The measurements for insulation of ducts shall be made in actual square metres of bare uninsulated duct surface through all dampers, flanges and fittings. In case of bends the area shall be worked out by taking an average of inner and outer lengths of the bends. Measurements for the dampers, flanges, fittings shall be for the surface dimension for the connecting duct, nothing extra over the above shall be payable for insulation over dampers, flanges and fittings in duct routing.

4.3 4.3.1 4.3.2 4.5 4.5.1 4.5.2

Acoustic Duct Lining In case of acoustic lining of air ducts, measurements of the bare inside duct surface in square metres, shall be final for billing purposes. The insulation/acoustic panels shall include cost of battens, supports, adhesives, vapour proofing, finished tiles/boards/sheets as well as additional labour and materials required for completing the work. Roof and Wall Insulation & Acoustic Treatment The unit of measurement for all underdeck roof insulation, wall insulation, wall/roof acoustic panel shall be the uninsulated area of walls, roofs, to be treated, in square metres. The insulation, acoustic panels shall include cost of battens, supports, adhesives, vapour proofing, finished tiles/boards/sheets as well as additional labour and materials required for completion of the work. ********** List of Approved Makes of Equipments

Section-6 Note:

The tenderer must indicate the makes he has used to cost his tender. An alternate make may be indicated as a substitute to be used if the offered make become unavailable. More than (2) two makes are Not to be indicated. Items Approved Makes Make Proposed In Tender Alternate -Caryaire/ Ravistar/ Mapro/ Tristar/Brightflow Caryaire/ Conaire Belimo/Seimens Jindal/National/ Tata Rolastar/ Techno fabriduct /ZECO/Ductofab Rolamate/Techno fabriduct /ZECO/ Ductofab Prima Seal/ Air Flow/ Trocellen Navair/ Pyroguard
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Ducting & Grilles Grilles/ Diffusers Fire Dampers Fire Dampers motors G.I. Sheet Metal Duct Factory fabricated duct Duct flange Self Adhesive Sealing Gasket for Ducts Hessian (Fire treated)

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Stick Pins VCD/ Gravity louvers/ Exaust & fresh air louvers Insulation Expanded Polystyrene Glass Wool Polyurethene Foam Crossed Cell Elastomeric Aluminium Tape Miscellaneous Anchor fasteners Vibration Isolator Welding Rods Paints

Prima Seal/ Air Flow Air Flow/Caryaire/Waves -Thermolloyd/ R.P. Packaging Owens Corning / U.P. Twiga Malanpur /Lloyd/ Superurethane Armacell/ A Flex / Eurobatex Johnson/Birla 3M Hilti/ Fisher Resistoflex/ Dunlop Advani/Victor ICI/ Asian/ Nerolac/ Berger Shalimar Shalimar *********** --

Enamel Bituminous Tar felt ( for underground chilled water pipe insulation)

IMPORTANT NOTES 1. The quantities are approximate and can vary both ways. 2. Payment shall be made as per actual work done at the branch/site. 3. Job shall be completed within time period otherwise a penalty of Rs.250.00 per day shall be imposed. 4. The work shall have to be done in the running branch so please ensure that the branch work does not suffer and in case any temporary connections are to be given for lights/fans etc. it shall be a part of this work and no separate payment shall be made as extra. 5. Rates quoted shall be firm and shall include all the taxes and levies. 6. Retention money as 5% of the total bill shall be kept for a period of six months towards defect liability. 7. Contractor shall keep his electrician for two days during the shifting of the branch. 8. All local bye laws shall be followed by the contractor and if required necessary permissions from the authorities be obtained by him and bank shall pay only those charges for which official receipt shall be submitted by the contractor. 9. Contractor must visit the branch to get familirise with the site and work before quoting. 10. On completion of the work contractor shall submit two copies of proper as laid drawings for record.(Electrical & AC) 11. If the contractors require any further clarifications, they may contact Banks Engineer or Architect office during office hours. READ & AGREE TO ALL THE ABOVE CONDITIONS

SIGNATURE WITH SEAL OF THE CONTRACTOR

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Sr.No. Description TOTAL AMOUNT

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INTERIOR WORKS ELECTRICAL WORKS HVAC WORKS TOTAL (Rs.) DISCOUNT IF ANY @ GRAND TOTAL

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INTERIOR & FURNISHING WORKS FOR NATIONALHOUSING BANK, FIFTH FLOOR AT INDIAN HABITAT CENTRE, NEW DELHI
Sr.No. A Description SUBHEAD I : (DISMANTLING & CIVIL WORKS) Units Quantity Rate Amount

The contractor to quote salvage value for these items which shall be deducted from total value of work. 1.00 (i) (ii) Dismantling, Removal of existing items:(the contractor may verify quantities at site), All partitions including framework approx.1500sq.ft Furniture - workstation, officer table with storage CMD room furniture - table, back unit, sofa set PS room furniture - 2 nos Conference Table - 1 nos Working counter Reception table - 1 nos low height storages, approx. 120 sq.ft False ceiling including framework approx 2600 sq.ft Panelling including framework approx. 500 sq.ft electrical fitting and fixture AC ducting and accessories changed The site and premises to be cleared of dismantled serviceable/unserviceable material. i.e. disposal of all dismantled material beyond premises upto dumping yard identified by local authorities including all leads and lifts. Salvage value of above items - Disposal / rubbish to be disposed well before submission of bill for consideration CMD room furniture may be retained by Bank. 2.00 Dismantling / Removing existing glazed tiles and granite counter in toilet, including dismantling existing screeding and raking out joints including disposal of all dismantled material beyond premises upto dumping yard including all leads and lifts. Demolishing brick work and disposal of serviceable and unserviceable material outside the premises to nearest dumping yard. Construction of new Half Brick masonry with bricks of class designation 75 cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4 coarse sand) including curing etc. complete with providing and placing in position 2 Nos. 6 mm dia M.S. Bars at every their coarse of half brick masonry Waterproofing in existing toilet by removing flooring/ sub floor & applying tapecrete as per manufacture specification. Sq.ft 30.00

(iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii)

3.00

Sq.ft

200.00

4.00

Sq.ft

350.00

5.00

Sqft

80

5.00

Providing & fixing ceramic tiles 8 mm thick of approved shade & make, of basic rate Rs. 200/- per sft, over 12mm cement mortar on walls.

Sq.ft

340
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6.00

Removing vitrified tiles i/c base mortar and disposal upto municipal dumping yard well before submission of bill. Removing carpet i/c base mortar and disposal upto municipal dumping yard well before submission of bill. TOTAL OF DISMANTLING :-

Sq.ft

1750.00

7.00

Sq.ft

1000.00

B 1.00

SUBHEAD II : (FLOORING) Vitrified Tiles Providing and fixing Vitrified Tiles 10mm thk, (mirror polished) ,of approved quality and shade for flooring and skirting in hall over existing flooring, with adhesive as per manufacturers specifications of size 600 x 600mm.(Protax Basic rate Rs. 85/sft) Carpet Tile (Conference room, Meeting Room) Providing and laying carpet tile 23 oz of interface make or equivalent with following specification : Product number: 9181100008 Product definition: Tufted texture loop Standard colourline: 12 Yarn / fibre : Aquafil STRUTTURA SD Nylon Colour system : 100 % solution Dye Machine gauge : 1/12 Pile thickness : 3.0mm +/- 0.5mm Total thickness : 7.0mm +/- 0.5mm Tile size : 50cm x 50 cm Area of use : Commercial - Heavy duty Backing Structure : Glasbac < 10 % recycled content : Glasbac RE40%<45.9% recycled content Antimicrobial : Intersept Soil / Stain Protection : Protekt Installation : Ashlar and Quarter - turn Engineered wood Flooring Providing & laying engineered wood flooring of approved shade & colour, of size 1198x198x15mm thick as per approved sample, colour,& laid on the existing levelled flooring, including skirting and profile etc. complete,surface treated with aluminium oxide on top of a high density fibre board. The planks shall have a click system tounge and groove joint, with their edges duly impregranated with paraffin on a smooth and damp proof base using rubber adhesive of approved quality including pressing the sheets with a suitable tool to get a smooth surface of chemical / fade / fire resistant suitable for chair wheels all complete with PE foam. TOTAL OF FLOORING Sq.ft 1500

2.00

Sq.ft

1020

3.00

Sq.ft

480

C 1.00

SUB-HEAD:-III: FALSE CEILING WORKS:Gypsum board false ceiling Sq.ft 2700

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Providing and fixing in position Gypsum Board False Ceiling as per manufacturer's specifications and instructions with 12.5 mm thick `Gypboard' Screw-fixed to the underside Of suspended G.I. grid. G.I. grid should be Constructed and suspended from the main ceiling as per manufacturer's instructions and as per specifications using Original Co. Specified Framework Sections G.I.24 gauge The Gypboard should be fixed to G.I. grid with 25 mm long Drawali Screws. The Gypboard ' to be used should be 12.5mm thick tapered edge boards. The boards should Be taped and filled from underside to give smooth, seamless ceiling. The rate should include necessary additional ceiling sections and intermediate channels openings for light fixtures, A.C. ducts, vertical drops, offsets. etc. Additional Intermediate channels should be fixed to strap hangers for additional support to prevent strap hangers from buckling/swaying at every 1200 mm. Item to be completed in all respect including necessary sleeves for ducts finishing of joints cut outs supports for A.C. grills, light fixtures, speakers etc. Make: Gypusm board-India Gypsum. Panint-Asian/ ICI 2.00 Wooden false ceiling Providing and fixing false ceiling made of framework as item 1above, but finished with 4mm thick veneer (Greenply or equivalent) with grooves, fixed to 12mm commercial ply (Greenply or equivalent) instead of gypsum board. Veneer to be with melamine polish. Sq.ft 710

TOTAL OF FALSE CEILING WORKS D 1.00 SUB-HEAD:-IV: PARTITION WORKS:Glazed Partitions: (Toughened Frameless) PT 1 Providing and fixing partitions of frameless glazing made of 12 mm thick toughened float glass fixed to floor and ceiling with Aluminium channels (inserted in floor and ceiling) including backer rod, hardwood, silicon sealants on joints of glass partition complete as per drawing. (Glass area only shall be measured for payment) Item includes door made of 12mm float glass (toughened) with patch fitting etc. including top pivot, bottom and upper patch, floor lock strikeplate and floor spring of DORMA make, all including cutting and making good the floor. Providing and fixing stainelss steel door handle 32mm dia 500mm overall length for frameless door shutter. Sq.ft 150

Providing & Fixing Full Height Partition:2.00 (a) Italian marble / Veneer Partition PT 2 Frame work with 100 x 50 mm thick kail wood members fixed to floor and ceiling @ 600 mm c/c approx. both ways by means of Rawl plugs/ Dash fasteners. The frame shall be treated with a coat of fire retardant paint of approved quality and manufacture. Facing with 12 mm thick commercial ply wood well secured to frame work by means of screws and nails. 18-20mm thk Italian marble perlato on one side with adhesive of basic rate 250/- per sft. 4mm veneer of approved shade and manufacture, glued and pressed including fixing of bands and grooves etc.on other side, leaving space for texture paint above 3'0" and upto 8'0" texture paint approved shade (OIKOS or equivalent)
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Sq.ft

200

(b) (c) (d)

(e)

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(f)

Finishing all wood surfaces with Melamine finish as per standard practices and specification complete. Both side Veneer Partition PT 3 Frame work with 50 x 50 mm thick kail wood members fixed to floor and ceiling @ 600 mm c/c approx. both ways by means of Rawl plugs/ Dash fasteners. The frame shall be treated with a coat of fire retardant paint of approved quality and manufacture. Facing both sides with 9 mm thick commercial ply wood well secured to frame work by means of screws and nails. Fixing both sides 4mm thick commercial ply with grooves as per drawing and design. Veneer both sides of the partition with 4 mm thick veneer of approved shade and manufacture, glued and pressed including fixing of bands and grooves etc. as per drawing complete. Finishing all wood surfaces with Melamine finish as per standard practices and specification complete. Teak wood frame of size 50x75mm including making rebate for shutters, including 35 mm thk. door shutter (thickness excluding finishing) with 4mm thick veneer both sides and with 8mm glass as per design. The edges shall be with 12mm thick teakwood lipping, including locks, hinges, handle, stopper, door closer etc. complete. Sq.ft 650

3.00 (a)

(b)

(c) (d)

(e) (f)

3.01

Extra for providing 8mm glass with teak wood frame of size 75 x 40mm, and teak wood beading size 12 x 35mm including melamine polish to wood work. Double frame partition PT 4 Frame work with 50 x 50 mm thick kail wood members fixed to floor and ceiling @ 600 mm c/c approx. both ways by means of Rawl plugs/ Dash fasteners. The frame shall be treated with a coat of fire retardant paint of approved quality and manufacture. Facing outside with 9 mm thick commercial ply wood well secured to frame work by means of screws and nails. Fixing outside 4mm thick veneer with grooves as per drawing and design. Additional Frame work as per (a) above Fixing upto 3'0" height leather finish panel 4mm thick of 'SIBU' of approved shade and manufacture, glued and pressed fixing above 3'0" height 4mm veneer of approved shade and manufacture, glued and pressed including fixing of bands etc. Veneer / Texture paint partition PT 5 Frame work with 50 x 50 mm thick kail wood members fixed to floor and ceiling @ 600 mm c/c approx. both ways by means of Rawl plugs/ Dash fasteners. The frame shall be treated with a coat of fire retardant paint of approved quality and manufacture.

Sq.ft

30

4.00 (a)

Sq.ft

390

(b)

(c) (d) (e)

(f)

5.00 (a)

Sq.ft

630

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(b) (c) (d)

Facing both sides with 9 mm thick commercial ply wood well secured to frame work by means of screws and nails. Fixing both sides 4mm thick commercial ply with grooves as per drawing and design. One sides veneer of the partition with 4 mm thick veneer of approved shade and manufacture, glued and pressed including fixing of bands and grooves etc. as per drawing complete. other side texture paint approved shade (OIKOS or equivalent) Finishing all wood surfaces with Melamine finish as per standard practices and specification complete. Teak wood frame of size 50x75mm including making rebate for shutters, including 35 mm thk. door shutter (thickness excluding finishing) with 4mm thick veneer both sides and with 8mm glass as per design. The edges shall be with 12mm thick teakwood lipping, including locks, hinges, handle, stopper, door closer etc. complete. Providing & fixing glass wool 50mm thick for insulation purpose in partitions and above false ceiling. Density of Glasswool=24 kg/m3 Sq.ft 1870

(e) (f) (g)

6.00

TOTAL OF PARTITION WORK E 1(a) SUB-HEAD:-V: PANELLING WORKS:Frame work with 50 x 25 mm thick Kailwood frames fixed to Brick or RCC columns @ 600 mm c/c approx. both ways by means of Rawl plugs / Dash fastners.The frame work is to be treated with a coat fire retardent Paint of approved quality and manufacture. Facing with 9 mm thick commercial ply wood well secured to frame work by means of screws and nails. Fixing 4 mm thick veneer with grooves as per drawing and design. Sq.ft 1390

(b)

(c)

2.00

Same as above, but with leather finish board 4mm thick of 'SIBU' of approved shade. Same as above, but with texture paint of approved shade.

Sq.ft

100

3.00

Sq.ft

600

2.00

Frame work as per 1 (a) & (b) Fixing leather finish board 4mm thick of 'SIBU' make of approved shade as per pattern and drawing with groove. Fixing of mirror finish laminate in strip as per drawing TOTAL OF PANELLING WORK

Sq.ft

150

F 1.00

SUB-HEAD VI; MODULAR FURNITURE MD Table Polishing of existing table, side & backunits, console with melamine polish & PU finish to Table Top.

Nos

R/o
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2.00

PS Table

Nos

2.00

Providing and placing Table, of size 1500 x 750, back unit size 2600x 450 and side unit size 900 x 450, made of 19mm thick commercial board and top of 25 mm thick board, all finished with 4mm veneer with PU polish .All inside surface to be with enamel paint. Table and side/back units to be provided with drawer unit, and storages, provision for CPU, keyboard, UPS, cable manager as per design. Make WIPRO or equivalent. 3.00 MEETING Table (10 people) Providing and placing Meeting table as per design, made of 25mm commercial board top finished with 4mm veneer, and having 12mm thick sand blasted glass in between as per design. The base shall be TW legs as per design. All wood to be with melamine polish & PU finish to table top. Nos 1.00

4.00

CONFERENCE TABLE Providing and placing Conference table (6000x 1800mm) as per design, made of 40mm commercial board top finished with 4mm veneer,The base support shall be made of 40mm commercial boards at suitable cross locations as per drawing. Workstation Manufacturing as per design and placing in position work stations of sizes and shapes as mentioned below with working level height of 750mm. The workstations shall be mounted on partition panels overall thickness between 68-70mm 1350 high. The partition panels shall be made of knockdown metal frame comprising of vertical sections made from minimum 1.5mm. CRCA MS D Grade formed into channels duly powder coated. These vertical channels must have front slits in them at an interval of 76.2mm. To accept tile claddings. The Top Horizontal member of this framework shall be made from M. S. square pipe, having a minimum wall thickness of 1.2mm and a minimum cross sectional dimension of 25.4mm x 38.1mm duly powder coated. Tile cladding 9mm. th. All partition panels shall be finished by end extrusions of 1.2 mm thickness made of powder coated Aluminium alloy HE-9 (63400) of section 69mm x13.2mm and of matching height of the panel fitted with screws and top runner of extrusion made of powder coated Aluminium alloy HE-9 (63400) of section 69 mm x 13.2 mm x 1.2mm thick. The top runner shall be snap fitted to the top of the panel by means of PVC clip fitted with screws as per drawings. L-shaped 1500 x 1375 mm including drawer units as per design. THE PARTITION SHALL HAVE 8MM GLASS & PIN UP BOARD AS DESIGN make WIPRO or equivalent

Nos

5.00

Nos

2.00

6.00

Low height storage (750mm Ht)

sqft

80.00

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Providing and fixing Low height storages. Top board 25mm thick parrticle board substrate with HPL post formed in full round profile (bull nosing), underside covered with balancing laminate. All edges duly banded with 0.4mm PVC edge banding with hot melt glue and machine trimed. Front shutters over lapping the carcass edges in 18mm thick with high pressure laminate (HPL) post formed in quarter round profile with particle board substrate back side also laminated.Sides edge banded as above in approved shade.All edges duly machined edge banded with hot melt glue. Concealed stainless steel hardware incl. metal dowels, spring loaded hinges, locks, tower bolts, handles and other fixtures accurately fixed with necessary machines/drills etc. complete as per detailed drawings(front area to be measured and paid for) 8.00 Providing and placing as per drawings and design with seat & back made of 50X50mm hard wood frame to required shape with seat of 100mm to rubber (Prima / TOTO )attached to flat springs and fixed to frame. Front, back and sides of sofa to have 6mm thick commercial ply wood facing moulded to required shape over hard wood frame and covered with 25mm thick foam & fully upholstered with approved fabric 25mm thick foam & fully upholstered with approved fabric on mark in as per specification.

(Fabric cost not less than Rs. 350/- per meter as approved). (a) (b) (c) 9.00 three seater shaped sofa two seater shaped sofa . one seater shaped sofa Providing and placing Rectangular Center Tables of size 600 x 600 x 450 mm high of appropriate make & design with 25 mm commercial board with 4mm veneer. All exposed wood work to be of melamine polished, as per specifications as approved by Bank/Architect. Providing and placing as per design and drawing Corner Table 450 x 450 450 mm high.Table made of appropriate make & design with 25 mm commercial board with 4mm veneer. All exposed wood work to be of melamine polished, as per specifications as approved by Bank/Architect. Console unit (1200 x 450 x 750) Providing and placing as per design and drawing. Console Unit 1200 x 450 X 750 mm high.Table made of appropriate make & design with 25 mm commercial board with 4mm veneer. All exposed wood work to be of melamine polished, as per specifications as approved by Bank/Architect. Reception table Providing and placing as per design and drawing. Console Unit 2100 x 600 X 900 mm high.Table made of appropriate make & design with 25 mm commercial board with 4mm veneer. All exposed wood work to be of melamine polished, as per specifications as approved by Bank/Architect. Wall cabinet Providing and placing as per design and drawing. Wall cabinet 600 x 450 X 2400 mm high.cabinet made of appropriate make & design with 25 mm commercial board with 4mm veneer & 8mm thk glass. All exposed wood work to be of melamine polished, as per specifications as approved by Bank/Architect. TOTAL OF MODULAR FURNITURE
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Nos Nos Nos Nos

R/o R/o R/o R/o

10.00

Nos

R/o

11.00

Nos

R/o

12.00

Nos

12.00

Nos

NATIONAL HOUSING BANK:- INTERIOR, FURNISHING, ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING WORK AT 5TH FLOOR, CORE 5A, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE, LODHI ROAD, NEW DELHI .

G 1.00

SUB-HEAD:-VII: DOORS WORKS:Double Shutter Solid Flush Door - Veneer Providing & fixing 50mm thk marine flush door with 50 X 12mm lipping patti on all sides with glass wool filling, finished in 4mm thk veneer on both sides of approved shade as per architects instructions. complete with all hinges, stoppers, rubber bush, lock, handle, concealed door closer / floor srping of approved make. 2100 x 2400mm Solid Flush Door -Veneer Providing & fixing 40mm thk marine flush door with 40 x 12mm lipping patti on all sides with glass wool filling, finished in 4mm thk veneer on both sides of approved shade as per architects instructions. complete with all hinges, stoppers, rubber bush, lock, handle, concealed door closer / floor spring of approved make. 1000 x 2400mm 750 x 2400mm Providing and fixing 50mm thk Sliding Folding flush doors with 9mm commercial ply both sides, with HETICH hardware as per company specifications, SS handle . Doors to be finished 4mm veneer both side with groove as per design, including melamine polished. NOS NOS Sqft 1 2 192 NOS 2

(i) 2.00

(i) (ii) 3.00

4.00

Providing and fixing 6mm ply to AHU room door on one side and fixing 1.5mm laminate approved, shade and make. Door to be replaced with SS handle Melamine polish to wooden member of Existing main glass door

Sqft

50

5.00

Sqft

30

TOTAL OF DOORS WORK H 1.00 SUB-HEAD:-VIII: MISCELLANEOUS WORKS:Special Effect / Designer paint Painting with approved shade and colour on walls / gypsum partition or equivalent make with two coats of putty, two coats of approved primer, one coat with emulsion and one or two coats of metallic paint including preparation of surface, scrapping, sand papering, scaffolding, all materials, labour etc complete Note :- Paint work shall include preparation of base in line and level (overplastered finish/ gypsum board), sanding and putty work all complete. Work shall be in 3 or more coats to achieve uniform coloured finish. 2.00 Roler Blinds Providing & fixing Roler blinds as per approved shade Frosted Glass Film Sq.ft 1150 Sq.ft 1000

3.00

Sq.ft

100

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Providing & fixing in position '3M' make frosted glass film in stardust range fixed to glass as per pattern. Area of application to be measured as maximum length x maximum height of application on that particular piece of glass. 4.00 White Board Providing & fixing white B226 magnetic white board with duster & marker stand. size:- 2400 x 1350mm Glass panels on ss studs Providing & fixing 8 mm thk glass with edge polish fixed on S.S.Studs. Back Painted Glass on ss studs Providing and fixing in position 12 mm th back painted glass with edge polish, fixed with SS studs finish Providing & laying Hard wood flooring for deck of approved shade & colour, of size 1198x198x15mm thick as per approved sample, colour,& laid on the existing levelled flooring nd profile etc. complete,surface treated with aluminium oxide on top of a high density fibre board. The planks shall have a click system tounge and groove joint, with their edges duly impregranated with paraffin on a smooth and damp proof base using rubber adhesive of approved quality including pressing the sheets with a suitable tool to get a smooth surface of chemical / fade / fire resistant Providing & making Planter as per Design in Drawing Planters made of 19mm commercial board, with 4 mm thick. Veneer of approved shade. All edges duly banded with 0.4mm PVC edge banding with melt glue and machine trimmed i/c 22 Gauge G.I. Sheet to be placed inside of box and having hinged handles, 4 Nos inside of planter to be finished with spirit polish complete as per drawing. NOS 1

5.00

Sq.ft

80

6.00

Sq.ft

100

7.00

Sq.ft

150

8.00

Nos

15

TOTAL OF MISCELLANEOUS WORKS I 1.00 SUB-HEAD:-IX :Sanitary Fixtures: Providing & fixing wall mirror 8mm thick of size 2' x 4' fixed to wall with SS studs. Providing & fixing white colour vitreous China floor mounting European water closet with cistern complete with all internal fittings/accessories,C.P. bolts, nuts, or other hanging arrangements, bakelite toilet seat & cover with C.P.wall hinges & rubber buffers complete with all internal fittings/accessories. Floor mounted W.C. pan Hindware Olivia 220 One Piece Toilet 92042( S' Trap distance-22cm) with white plastic seat. Product Size 66x38x72cm EACH 2 Sqft 24

2.00

2.10

3.00

Providing & fixing white colour vitreous china wash basin (Hindware Monalisa Over the counter Basin ) 46 dia(cm) with brackers, 32 mm dia C.P. brass waste, 32 mm dia C.P. cast brass bottle trap.

EACH

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4.00

Providing & fixing 15mm C.P. brass pillar tap for wash basin (Jaquar) with 450mm long copper pipe and brass nuts.

EACH

5.00

Supplying and fixing toilet paper holder including cutting and making good the walls. Supplying and fixing liquid soap dispenser with stainless steel lid and brackets fixed to wooden cleats with C.P. brass screws.

EACH

8.00

EACH

9.00

Supplying and fixing Hindware Towel Ring F880007 NOTE:Detail of Sanitary fixture are for the information of the Contractor,however model/makes of all sanitary fixtures shall be selected by Architect/Interior designer/Project manager and the same shall be binding for execution. No additional fixing cost shall be paid for change in type of sanitary fixtures.

EACH

I.

ii.

TOTAL OF SANITARY FIXTURES TOTAL OF INTERIOR WORKS

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BOQ OF ELECTRICAL WORK FOR NATIONAL HOUSING BANK FIFTH FLOOR AT INDIAN HABITAT CENTRE, NEW DELHI. S. No Description Unit Qty Rate Amount

DISTRIBUTION BOARDS: 1 Lighting distribution boards Vertical 4 row distribution board comprising of 1 nos 40/60amps MCB isolator incoming and 3 nos 40A mcbs , 24 nos 10/16 amps sp mcbs IP 42 double door type located on each floor Emergency floor distribution board: Ip 42 double door enclosure with 1 nos 40 amps 2 pole isolator and out going as 8 nos 6/10 amps SP MCBS 3 Supply and installation of 1400 va inverter with 2 nos 150 ah batteries with stand and enclosure. UPS power supply: 2X7.5 KVA 2X7.5 KVA rating uniterrupted power suplly suitable battery for 15 minutes back up with built in isolation transformers, IGBT switching transistors, for both conversion and inversion , flor mountded, 3phase input and output. The input voltage shal be 400v +/10%and on an industrail grid(make Autometers/ PCA//Eton or approved equal 2 nos to oprate in parallel redundant mode to deliver 7.5 KVA) set 2 set 1 set 2

set

5 (a) (b) (c) 6

Earthing: Suply and installation of the following earth strips/wires including effecting connections as required 16 sq mm insulated copper wire in PVC conduit 4 mm dia GI wire Earthpits Suply and installation of the following earth pits coplete with excavation, back filling, masonry chamber and effecting connections as required RM Rm 60 50

(a) 7 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 8

Supply and installtion of chemcal electrodes 2.5 meter long Suppy and installation of power cables on tray on surafce as per site 4x25 sq mm A2XFY cables 4x16 sq mm A2XFY cables 7x6sq mm copper conductor wire in conduit for single phase equipment 3x2.5 sq mm copper conductor wires in in MS conduit conduit 3x4 sq mm copper conductor wires in in MS conduit conduit End terminations Supply and making end termination for the following cables with solderles crimping lugs. Single compression brass glands and hardware as required

Each

RM RM RM RM RM

50 35 20 120 150

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(a) (b) 9

4X25 sq mm 4x16 sq mm A2XFY cables

Set Set

2 2

Internal wiring for lights and sockets: Supply and installtion of medium grade ms conduits/ FRLS PVC conduits medium grade above false ceiling / vertcal chases including all acessories , jointing with cementing compound, including providing saddles , and all accessories as equired(all down comers shall be only 20 mm dia conduit only Primary lighting points with3x2.5 sq mm stranded copper conductor, FRLS wires in conduits for circuit wiring, 3x1.5 sq mm stranded copper conductor wires in PVC conduit including providing modular switches, GI mounting boxes, faceplate complete as required complete

(a) (b)

primary points with modular switches,mounting boxes,faceplates complete Secondary points same as above with out switches Supply and instalation of the following sockets and swithes with company provided sitchboxes. As required

Each Each

50 64

(c)

Supply and installation of modular type 1- 5amp switch, 1 nos 5amp multipin and faceplate ,mounting box complete as required Supply and installation of modular type single 5amp switch 2 nos 5amp sockets ,faceplate ,mounting box complete as required Supply and installation of modular type single 15 amp switch 1 nos 15amp sockets, faceplate, mounting box complete as required Supply and installation of modular type single 15 amp switch 1 nos 15amp sockets, faceplate, mounting box complete as required Communication and Data: Supply and installation of cat 6 ,4 pair cables in FRLS PVC conduits ,in floor including cutting chases and making good the same (not more than 3 cables in one conduit)

Each

12

(d)

Each

(e)

Each

16

(f)

Each

16

10 (a)

RM

175

(b) (c) (d) (e)

Supply and installation of 4 pair ,.51 mm dia tinned coppe conductor cables in FRLS PVC conduits , (not more than 6 cables in one conduit) Supply and installation of RJ 11 sockets with crimping type terminals Supply and installation of 2 nos RJ 11 sockets with crimping type terminals Supply and installation of one RJ 11 sockets, one nuumber RJ 45 sockets with crimping type terminals Supply and installation of 2 nos sockets,RJ 45 sockets with crimping type terminals supply and fixing of 20 pair telephone tag block Supply and installation of 8U wall mounted/floor mounted rack Supply and installation of 2 4 port jack panel Supply and installation of 24 port switch supply and installation of patch amd monting cords

RM Each Each Each

150 2 1 16

(f) (g) (i) (j) (k) (l)

Each Each Each Each Each Each

1 1 1 1 1 0
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11 (a) (b)

Fire alarm system: Supply and installation of addressible type multi detectors Supply and installation of addressible central panel 1 loop main panel with local alarm , indication of detectors ,event printer , etc as required Each Each 7 1

(c)

Addressible sounders, manual call points with control cards complete as required Public address system:

Each

(d)

Supply and installation of 6 watt ceiling recessed speakers with grill, line matching transformers with adjustable wattage. Supply and installation of 100 watt pointszone selector, priority selection power amplifier with preamplifier, 4 input

Each

(e)

Each

(f) (g) 12 (a)

Supply and installation of volume controllers in cabins Free standing Rack withpower supplies complete. Supply and fixing of lighting fixture with control gear and internal wiring ready for use. 4x14 watt Recessed ceiling fixture with T5 lamps , electronic ballasts and lamps confirming to colour 84, Philips cat no TBS869 serano or approved equal. Supply and installation of recessed mounted ceiling lights 15 watt leds with built in power supply/driver complete with 84 colour for corridors and toilets equal to philips cat no bbs1704000kor approved equal Supply and installation of 1x28 watt T5 lamps box type with 82COLOUR lamps complete withbox type for cove lighting AS PER PHILIPS CAT TCH 14/2005 OR APPROVED EQUAL Supply and installation of 1x18 watt CFL lamps with HF control gear philips cat no

Each Each

3 1

Each

(b)

Each

47

(c)

Each

57

(d)

Each

(e)

Supply and installation of movement detectors (L&T, Schneider/Legrand) with a range of 3 mtrs dia complete including effecting connection in the circuit. Communication network Supply and installation of RG6 cable in FRLS PVC conduits including effecting connections complete for tv network for DTH netework including supply of splitters , switches as suggested by the service provider

Each

13 (a)

RM

20

Total Amount of Electrical Works

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SCHEDULE OF PRICES AIR CONDITIONING WORK The prices are to be quoted in the below mentioned form and shall include the supply, Installation ,Testing & Commissioning of all equipments, ancillary materials as specified and all such items whatsoever which may be required to fulfil the intent and purpose as laid down in the specification, Approved List Of Make of Ther Tender Document and/or the drawings. S.No. Description Unit Qty. Rate (Rs.) Amount (Rs.)

cting (Factory Fabricated) Supply, Fabrication, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of the following GSS rectanguler duct, complete with all fitting such as tees, band, special off chutes, turning vanes, splitter dampers, air tight inspection door:

1.1

G.I. Sheet Metal Ducting (Rectangular) (Excluding Main Ducts)

1.1.1 1.1.1 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 2.

0.63 mm thick (Type E) (24 Gauge) 0.63 mm thick (Type H) (24 Gauge) 0.80 mm thick (Type H) (22 Gauge) 1.00 mm thick (Type J) (20 Gauge) 1.2 mm thick (Type J) (18 Gauge) Duct Insulation Providing & Fixing closed cell elastromeric insulation with microbial treatment on ducts complete as per specifications and drawings.

Sqm. Sqm. Sqm. Sqm. Sqm.

20 125 20 R.O. 10

2.1 3. 3.1

13 MM thick Grilles/Diffusers/Louvres Providing and Fixing Extruded aluminium supply and return air grilles/diffusers/louvres, extruded aluminium dampers, supply air plenum etc. duly powder coated as per specifications, drawings and approved samples. Aluminium supply air grilles with damper Aluminium return air grilles without damper. Opposed blade volume control dampers

Sqm.

175

3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3

Sqm. Sqm. Sqm.

7 8 2

TOTAL Rs.) :

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