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Chapter-9 Pipe Culverts

Preamble:
1.

Pipe culverts of size 1000 mm and 1200 mm dia in single row and double row
which are generally used on roads, have been included. Only laying of pipe has
been included in the rate. Auxiliary works such as excavation, backfilling,
concrete and masonry shall be paid for separately, as provided under the
respective clauses.

2.

In case of RCC culverts, rates for various items of work involved such as
excavation, backfilling, masonry, cement concrete etc. have been provided under
respective clauses in the chapters on foundations, sub-structures, superstructures and river training and protection works in bridge section of this book.

3.

Any river training and protection work like stone pitching, apron, rivetment, curtain
wall etc. may be provided under the respective clauses included in Chapter 16 of
bridge section.

4.

The choice between first class bedding and cement cradle bedding will depend
on particular situations and the approved design.

5.

The jointing of pipes is proposed by collar joints.

6.

Backfilling upto 300 mm above top of the pipe shall be carefully done and the soil
thoroughly rammed, tamped or vibrated in layers not exceeding 150 mm.

7.

Head walls and other ancillary works shall be costed under respective clauses.

8.

The height of filling above the top of pipe shall not be less than 600 mm.

Sr.
No.
9.1.

Reference to
MoRT&H
Specifications
408

Description

Unit

PCC 1:3:6 in Foundation


Plain cement concrete 1:3:6 mix
with crushed stone aggregate 40
mm nominal size mechanically
mixed, placed in foundation and
compacted by vibration including
curing for 14 days.
Unit = cum
Taking output =15 cum
a) Labour
Mate
Mason
Mazdoor

Day
Day
Day

Quantity

Rate
Rs.

b) Material
Aggregate at site
Sand at site
Cement at site
Cost of water

Cum
Cum
Tonne
KL

c) Machinery
Concrete mixer 0.47 0.28 cum Hour
Generator set 33 kVA
Hour
Water tanker 6 KL capacity
Hour
d) Overheads @ % on (a+b+c)
e) Contractor's profit @ % on
(a+b+c+d )
Cost for 15 cum = a+b+c+d+e
Rate per cum = (a+b+c+d+e)/15

9.2.

Note:

Vibrator is a part of minor T & P,


which is already included in
overhead charges of the contractor.

2900

Laying
Reinforced
Cement
Concrete Pipe NP4/Presteressed
Concrete Pipe on First Class
Bedding in Single Row
Laying reinforced cement concrete
pipe NP4/ prestressed concrete
pipe for culverts on first class
bedding of granular material in
single row including fixing collar
with cement mortar 1:2 but
excluding excavation, protection
works, backfilling, concrete and
masonry works in head walls and
parapets.
Unit = metre
Taking output = 12.5 metre (5 pipes
of 2.5 m length each)
a) A. 1000 mm dia
a) Labour
Mate
Mason
Mazdoor
b) Material

Day
Day
Day

Sand at site
Cement at site
RCC pipe NP-4 /prestressed
concrete pipe including collar at
site
Granular material passing 5.6
mm sieve for bedding

Cum
Tonne
Mtr
Cum

c) Overheads @ % (a+b)
d) Contractor's
(a+b+c)

profit

Cost for 12.5 metre = a+b+c+d


Rate per metre = (a+b+c+d)/12.5
Note:

1.

2.

In case of cement
craddle bedding, quantity of
PCC M 15 is to be calculated as
per
design
and
priced
separately and added.
The rate analysis
does not include excavation,
cement/masonry
works
in
headwalls, backfilling, protection
works and parapet walls. The
same are to be calculated as
per approved design and
drawings and priced separately
on
rates
available
under
respective sections.

B)

1200 mm dia

a) Labour
Mate
Mason
Mazdoor

Day
Day
Day

b) Material
Sand at site
Cement at site
RCC pipe NP-4/prestressed
concrete pipe including collar at
site
Granular material passing 5-6
mm sieve for class bedding
c) Overheads @ % on (a+b)
d) Contractor's profit @

% on

Cum
Tonne
Metre
Cum

(a+b+c)
Cost for 12.5 metre = a+b+c+d
Rate per metre = (a+b+c+d)/12.5
Note:

1.

In case of cement craddle


bedding, quantity of PCC M 15
is to be calculated as per design
and priced separately and
added.

2.

The rate analysis does not


include
excavation,
cement/masonry
works
in
headwalls, backfilling, protection
works and parapet walls. The
same are to be calculated as
per approved design and
drawings and priced separately
on
rates
available
under
respective sections

Laying Reinforced Cement Concrete


Pipe NP4/Prestressed Concrete
Pipe on First Class Bedding in
Double Row
Laying reinforced cement concrete
pipe NP4/ prestressed concrete pipe
for culverts on first class bedding of
granular material in double row
including fixing collar with cement
mortar 1:2 but excluding excavation,
protection
works,
backfilling,
concrete and masonry works in head
walls and parapets.
Unit = metre
Taking output = 12.5 metre (10 pipes
of 2.5 m length each in two rows)
A.

1000 mm

dia
a) Labour
Mate
Mason
Mazdoor
b) Material
Sand at site
Cement at site
RCC pipe NP-4/prestressed

Day
Day
Day
Cum
Tonne
Metre

concrete pipe including collar at


site
Granular material passing 5.6 Cum
mm sieve for bedding
c) Overheads @ %(a+b)
e) Contractor's profit @ % (a+b+c)
Cost for 12.5 metre = a+b+c+d
Rate per metre = (a+b+c+d)/12.5
Note:

1. In case of cement craddle


bedding, quantity of PCC M 15
is to be calculated as per design
and priced separately and
added.
2. The rate analysis does not
include
excavation,
cement/masonry works in head
walls, backfilling, protection
works and parapet walls. The
same are to be calculated as
per approved design and
drawings and priced separately
on
rates
available
under
respective sections.
B.

1200 mm
dia

a)

Labour
Mate
Mason
Mazdoor

b)

Material
Sand at site
Cement at site
RCC pipe NP-4 /prestressed
concrete pipe including collar at
site
Granular material passing 5-6
mm sieve for class bedding

c)

Overhea
ds @ % on (a+b)

d) Contractor's profit @
(a+b+c)

% on

Day
Day
Day

Cum
Tonne
Metre
Cum

Cost for 12.5 metre = a+b+c+d


Note:

Rate per metre = (a+b+c+d)/12.5


1.
In case of cement
craddle bedding, quantity of
PCC M 15 is to be calculated as
per
design
and
priced
separately and added.
2.

The rate analysis


does not include excavation,
cement/masonry works in head
walls, backfilling, protection
works and parapet walls. The
same are to be calculated as
per approved design and
drawings and priced separately
on
rates
available
under
respective sections.