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Project Quality Plan Doc No PQP-2028

“GLOBAL ENTROPOLIS”
Visakhapatnam.

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INDEX
Sl Description Page No
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1 COVER SHEET 1
2 INDEX 2
3 PURPOSE 3
4 SCOPE 3
5 REFERENCES 3
6 ABBREVIATIONS 3
7 IMS POLICY 5
8 QUALITY OBJECTIVES 6
9 MANAGEMENT COMMITMENT 6
10 SITE ORGANISATION 6
11 RESPONSIBILITIES 6-18
12 PROJECT AND PROCESS PARAMETRES 18
13 SPECIFICATIONS AND CONSTRUCTION 19-28
METHODOLOGY
14 PROJECT PLAN AND SCHEDULE 28
15 PROCESS PROCEDURES 29
16 INSPECTION AND TESTING 29-30
17 QULITY CONTROL OF INCOMING MATERIALS 30-35
18 CODES AND STANDARDS 35
19 QUALITY RECORDS 36
20 ANNEXURE ‘A’ – SITE ORGANISATION 37
21 ANNEXURE ‘B’ – PROJECT PLAN 38
22 ANNEXURE ‘C’ – CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE 39
23 ANNEXURE ‘D’ – DOCUMENT DISTR MATRIX 40-43
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ANNEXURE ‘D’ – DOCUMENT DISTR MATRIX

GENERAL

1.0 PURPOSE

1.1 Purpose of this Project Quality Plan (PQP) is to define activities involved in the project (Job
No 2028) of Mfar for the execution of “Global Entropolis” in Visakhapatnam.

2.0 SCOPE

2.1 The scope of this PQP is to lay down the project quality standards, identify and define
quality assurance and quality control procedures for the said project.

3.0 REFERENCES

3.1 IMS IMS Manual


3.2 PM Procedure Manual
3.3 QCP Quality Control Plans
4.0 ABBREVIATIONS

4.01 Company Mfar Constructions Private Limited


4.02 CEO Chief Executive Officer
4.03 Sr VP Senior Vice President
4.04 RM Regional Manager
4.05 VP Vice President
4.06 DGM Deputy General Manager
4.07 CM Construction Manager
4.08 DCM Dy Construction Manager
4.09 PL Project Leader
4.10 QA/QC Engr. Quality Assurance/Quality Control Engineer
4.11 QS Quantity Surveyor

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4.12 PE Project Engineer


4.13 Sr.Exec. Senior Executive
4.14 O&M Operation & Maintenance
4.15 PQP Project Quality Plan
4.16 PP Process Procedure
4.17 SP Systems Procedure
4.18 SOP Standard Operating Practice
4.19 WI Work Instructions
4.20 QIR Quality Inspection Report
4.21 QCP Quality Control Plan
4.22 IS Indian Standards
4.23 RMC Ready Mix Concrete
4.24 HO Head Office
4.25 CCO Chief Coordinating Officer
4.26 HR & A Human Resources and Administration
4.27 Pur Purchase Department
4.28 F&A Finance & Accounts Department
4.29 Contrs Post Contracts Department
4.30 SK Store Keeper
4.31 EOHS Environment, Occupational Health & Safety
4.32 CL Check List
4.33 WI Work Instruction
4.34 PSP Project Safety Plan
4.35 OCP Operational Control Procedure

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IMS Policy
Quality, Environment, Occupational Health & Safety Policy

Effective management of the Quality, Environment, Occupational Health and Safety


(QEOHS) System is an integral part of our business process. We shall achieve this
by:

 Executing all contracts conforming to the contractual requirements,


specifications and applicable standards; and to the satisfaction of the Customers.
 Complying with the applicable legal & other requirements of QEOHS.
 Educating and training all employees in QEOHS practices, actively promoting
and encouraging them through communication & sharing of information and
expertise.
 Conservation of resources like water and power; minimizing environmental
impacts, occupational health & safety risks in the Company processes, products
and services.
 Providing a healthy, safe and environmentally sound work place.
 Establishing a framework for reviewing the Integrated Management System
(IMS) at regular intervals through monitoring & measurement of the QEOHS
performance.

We are fully committed to comply with the requirements of the IMS by providing
adequate resources to achieve excellence and continual improvement in our
QEOHS System.

Dr. P. Mohamed Ali


Chairman
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6.0 QUALITY OBJECTIVES

6.1 In order to achieve its IMS Policy as stated above, the project site shall adopt the following Quality
Objectives:

 Conduct the affairs of the project site professionally, efficiently and profitably to all parties
concerned.
 Honour commitments within the agreed time-frame and to the satisfaction of customers / clients,
suppliers, sub-contractors and employees.
 Achieve benchmark of productivity of staff and labour.
 Minimise wastages i.e. keep wastages within laid down norms.
 Ensure timely certification of RA bills and money collection as per Contract Agreement.
 Achieve the mutually agreed monthly targets.
 Develop and maintain dedicated sub contractors and the work force.
 Maintain a satisfactory level of quality standards as per the Contract Agreement.
 Prompt follow-up of instances of quality failures of products and systems, in order to identify their
root causes and take corrective action to prevent their recurrence;
 Comply with good safety practices at work.

7.0 MANAGEMENT COMMITMENT

7.1 The Top Management of the Company is committed to the above policy and objectives & to develop
a quality-oriented work culture throughout the organization. It aims to do so by educating all
personnel at all levels of the organization through the medium of wall charts, hoardings, display on
notice boards, printing on stationery and forms, etc as also by proper training.

8.0 ORGANISATION

8.1 The Site Organization Chart is at Annexure ‘A’

9.0 RESPONSIBILITIES

9.1 Head (Projects)

1. He shall be under the administrative and functional control of the RO Head (Execution).
2. To supervise/manage all the responsibilities assigned to the PLs of the projects under him.

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3. Involve in the Budget preparation process and monitor the same on a monthly basis. If there are
slippages, take corrective actions to bring the budget on course.
4. Ensure timely submission of the MIS Report, RA Bills etc. Ensure continuous follow-up with the
Client for certification of bills and money collection.
5. Suggest to the RO F&A Department, reallocation of funds to meet emergency expenditure, within
the projects under his jurisdiction.
6. Effective planning of work, ensure availability of resources and cash flow. Ensure that the PLs
have prepared the Work Schedule, Materials Schedule, Manpower Schedule, P&M Schedule
including the requirement of MME (Monitoring & Measuring Equipment ).
7. Ensure that the works are executed as per the programme. If the progress is slow, suggest &
implement means to make up the shortfall.
8. Ensure that adequate resources are made available to the PL for the execution of works as per
schedule. This can be done either by readjustment within the projects under him or approaching
the Heads of various departments with his requirement.
9. Liaise with the RO/AO to meet the requirements of the projects like money, materials, machinery,
manpower etc.
10. Guide the PL in correct interpretation of Clauses mentioned in the Contract Agreement. Assist the
PL in proper method of communication with the Client/Consultant/Architect.
11. Attend the weekly site meetings of the Client for all the projects under him.
12. Liaise with the Client for execution of the project, co-ordinate with the project Consultant on
quality related matters, meetings, valuation, planning, review on drawings, co-ordination with
other agencies (Sub Contractors) directly deployed by the Client.
13. Ensure that correct civil engineering practices are being followed at sites. Ensure HSE measures
are strictly implemented & Safety Committee Meeting are regularly conducted.
14. Ensure that the Integrated Management System of the company is being followed.
15. Follow up progress on Internal Management System Audits and ensure that points raised are
disseminated to all concerned & corrective/preventive actions are taken.
16. Ensure that all the letters/correspondence received at the site are seen and timely action taken.
17. Continuously develop and enlarge labour support by contacting new gangs as also increasing the
gangs of the present sub contractors based on their performance. This would require regular and
persuasive interaction with the sub contractors in the various project sites.
18. Any other responsibilities assigned by the Regional Manager.

9.2 Project Leader

1. He shall report to the Head (Projects). If there is no Head (Projects), he shall report to the RO
Head (Execution).
2. Responsible for planning, organising, leading, controlling and corrective action for the project.
3. Preparation of budget and monitoring of the same.
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4. Liaise with the Client Engineer for execution of the project, co-ordinate with the Project
Consultant on quality related matters, meetings, valuation, planning, review on drawings, co-
ordination with other agencies (sub-contractor) directly deployed by Client.
5. Follow-up internal quality audits and ensure quality audit points are disseminated to all concerned
and corrective actions are taken.
6. Communication with the Client shall be carried out only by the PL.
7. Approval of materials prior to their use at Site, shall be obtained from the Client.
8. Co-ordinate with the RM/Head (Projects) for obtaining necessary resources for the project. Ensure
optimum resource utilisation.
9. Submit progress reports to the Client at Weekly Review Meeting, & a copy should also be sent to
the RM as per company’s format.
10. Preparation and updating of programmes, preparation of progress reports and effective equipment
management.
11. Follow-up action for the approval of MAS (Material Approval Sheet) from the Client.
12. Ensure that timely corrective & preventive actions are taken on product and system non-
conformances identified by the QA/QC during the course of execution of the project.
13. Oversee the functioning of Security System, Labour Camp. Site Stores, Plant Department,
Certification of Sub-contractors and Suppliers Invoice as applicable.
14. Liaise with the QA/QC Engineer to fulfill the quality requirements of the project.
15. Ensure implementation of all EOHS measures.
16. Handling of the monthly cash imprest.
17. Keep a continuous and close liaison with Taxation Authorities, Labour Commissioner, Police and
Insurance Authorities for smooth operations at the project site

9.3 Dy Project Leader

1. He shall report to the Project Leader.


2. In the absence of the Project Leader (PL), he shall officiate in that capacity.
3. Provide assistance in all aspects to the Project Leader
4. He shall be in charge of project execution.
5. Co-ordinate with all engineers, supervisors, subordinate, staff and execute the work as per planned
schedules in conformance with laid down specifications & the PQP.
6. Continuously assess the actual progress of work against planned programme and inform Project
Leader if there are any slippages.
7. Ensure all health, safety and environment aspects are being implemented at the site
8. Organize the daily site meeting with the site staff in the evenings to discuss the programme/targets
for the next day. PL to chair the meeting.

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9. Also organize the meeting with sub-contractors on a weekly basis to resolve any pending issues.
10. Allocate manpower, machinery and other resources to all blocks and ensure optimum utilisation of
the resources.
11. Control deployment of direct labor/core gang/consolidated workers at the site.
12. Co-ordinate with sub-contractors for proper labor deployment at site.
13. Planning and arranging to start new activities as per schedule.

9.4 Planning Manager

1. Shall report to the Head Project.


2. Preparation of Project Budget, Construction Schedule, Manpower Schedule, Material Schedule,
P&M Schedule in consultation with the Head Project.
3. Monitor all of the above very critically for the project.
4. Shall be responsible for optimization of resources in consultation with the Head Project.
5. To monitor the budget closely with regard to schedule of materials and labour/machinery allocated
for the project.
6. Preparation of Business Plan, cash flow statements and budget forecasts for the entire period of the
project and monitor / make necessary amendments based on the actual turnover, from time to time.
7. Preparation & submission of progress reports, financial & physical status / achievement details,
revised scheduling for completion of balance works in consultation with the PL.
8. Put up weekly reports to the Head (Projects) through the PL, about the slippages in the project as
on Sunday by the following Tuesday.
9. Compile and review of daily progress report during the site meeting.
10. To provide any clarifications and details required by other departments for any requisite
information and other details pertaining to budget monitoring and basic costs.
11. Monitor the schedule of project, financial and physical progress and to review the status of works
in relation to the approved programme and to apprise the PL.
12. To visit respective work fronts to acquaint with the works schedule and monitor the same as
against the approved programme.
13. Prepare and submit the monthly MIS Report as per the company formats.
14. To attend to any other specific duties assigned by the Head Project from time to time.

9.5 Maretial Control Engineer

1. Shall report to the Planning Manager.


2. Identify the materials required for the project as per specifications well in advance.
3. Identify the source of the materials and collect the samples, catelogues etc.
4. Submit the samples and catelogues to the PMC/Client and get the approval for the same.

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5. Follow up for the timely procurement of the material


6. Ensure that minimum stock level is maintained and also no dead stock of materils kept at site.
7. Ensure the materials are stored properly and the wastage is controlled.
8. Make material reconciliation periodically.

9.6 Site Quantity Surveyor

1. Shall report to the PL.


2. In case Planning Engineer is not available, perform his responsibilities as well.
3. Preparation and submission of Client bill before 5th of every month.
4. Follow-up with the client / PMC to get the bill certified within the stipulated time.
5. Carefully study the contract document & BOQ to find out if any specification of an item of work
has deviated from the actual and inform to the PL.
6. Prepare non-tendered item rate analysis in consultation with the PL and forward it to the client for
approval.
7. Keep track of the budget to ensure that no item (quantity or rates) is exceeding the budget
provision. If required, modify the budget.
8. Prepare and submit reconciliation statement for own and client supplied materials.
9. Preparation of consolidated work order for the project in consultation with the PL.
10. Preparation of job orders hire orders, etc as per approved formats.
11. For any new items of work, he should collect quotations from a minimum of three agencies. He
shall make a comparative statement and forward the same to the post contract department for the
finalization of the rates.
12. Freeze the quantities of all the items of work as per BOQ and drawings. He shall monitor the client
/ sub-contractor bills accordingly.
13. Maintain all documents related to QS Department as per company’s QMS.
14. Collect daily labor deployment from site engineers and scrutinize the same.

9.7 Project Engineer (Block Incharge)

1. Shall report to the Deputy PL.


2. Collect relevant drawings & specifications for execution and study the same thoroughly.
3. Clarify any doubts, mismatches etc, through RFIs.
4. Collect master programme for the Block and prepare micro level programme in consultation with
Planning Engineer and Execution Head.
5. Arrange required resources like labour, P&M, materials etc in consultation with Dy PL.
6. Ensure that the works are carried out as per proper sequence.

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7. Ensure that materials are stacked properly, housekeeping is maintained by all personnel.
8. Ensure all personnel are wearing adequate PPEs.
9. Ensure that works are being carried out as per specifications, measurements, levels etc as specified
in the drawings, contract documents and other instructions.
10. Ensure that proper work fronts are arranged for the labour gangs.
11. Proper working platforms and other safety arrangements must be made to get maximum output
from the labor.
12. Co-ordinate with client/consultant representatives to get clearance for day to day works.
13. Monitor the progress of works of his subordinates & guide them to achieve their targets.
14. Inspect and correct their daily works.
15. Ensure that Site Engineers/Supervisors are getting sufficient supporting workers (core gang) for
smooth progress of the work.
16. Ensure that the daily labor deployment and measurement book etc, are prepared by Site
Engineers / Supervisors regularly.

9.8 Site Engineer / Supervisor

1. Shall report to the respective Block In Charge.


2. Execute works as per work instructions, specifications & according to the daily targets.
3. Check and ensure that the works are executed as per dimensions and levels mentioned in the
drawings.
4. Prepare Quality Inspection Reports and get it approved by client’s representatives and project
leader.
5. Ensure that house keeping is maintained at work place and all persons working at site are using
proper PPEs.
6. Giving daily tool box talk to the workers regarding safety and quality aspects of works.
7. Prepare daily labour deployment and measurement book and forward it to QS.
8. Ensure that already completed works are protected from any sort of damages

9.9 QA / QC Engineer

1. To ensure that all the activities relating to the project are carried out as per Client requirements,
Contract specifications, drawings and the Project Quality Plan.
2. Provide guidance and assistance to fulfill Quality Assurance Standard requirements to the
execution team.
3. Obtain approval of materials from Client during construction.
4. Ensure copies of PQP, approved Method Statement for execution, relevant IS Code, Architectural
specifications, QCPs and WIs are available at pertinent locations.

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5. Identification of product and system non-conformances during the execution of the project and
take corrective actions.
6. Assess the quality requirements of the project.
7. Carryout proper inspections/tests, and maintain records of the same.
8. Ensure proper functioning of site laboratory; maintain record and submission of test results to the
Client and HO/RO through PL.
9. Maintain list of applicable Codes and Standards.
10. Collect the results of site tests and also from the laboratory/suppliers and forward the same to
Client through PL.
11. Organize testing of cubes in any laboratory or at the site laboratory as instructed by the Client.
12. Submission and maintenance of all quality documents, concrete pour cards, and quality check lists
for various construction activities.
13. Submission of material approval sheet to Client, collection of sample, catalogue, literature, test
result etc through PL and record the same.
14. Checking of all materials before preparation of GRN by SK. Identification of material non-
conformances, and take appropriate corrective action.
15. Organize to display all approved samples at site for any reference.

9.10 BBS Engineer

1. Shall report to the PL.


2. Prepare requirement of steel reinforcement as per drawings and forward the same for procurement.
3. Prepare Barbending Schedule (BBS) as per drawings/specifications, submit the same to the client /
consultant for approval before starting fabrication.
4. Ensure that reinforcement steel is stacked properly on a raised platform and protected from
corrosion and other damages.
5. Carefully study the tender document and see the provisions for laps, chairs, spacer bars etc and
prepare BBS and reconciliation statement accordingly.
6. Make BBS in such a way that cut lengths are used to the maximum extent poosible to avoid
wastages.
7. Update the record of steel to include receipts, consumption, stock balance etc, in a register.
8. Prepare abstract of steel used and forward the same alongwith approved BBS, to the QS for
billing.
9. Prepare reconciliation statement on a monthly basis, taking into consideration quantity billed,
work in progress and physical stock at site.
10. Check bar bending yard and work place to see that steel fabrication, shifting, placing etc, are done
as per schedule and wastage is minimized.
11. Collect the rolling margin record from QA/QC Engineer and incorporate the same in the
reconciliation statement.

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12. Ensure that all steel supplied is having material test certificate (MTC) and ensure that periodical
tests are conducted as per specifications.

9.11 Site Accountant

1. Shall report to the PL.


2. Shall keep the site imprest money in a secured place in the office. Shall operate the site imprest on
behalf of the PL as per the company policy.
3. He shall issue amounts for daily expenses as authorized by the PL.
4. He shall prepare vouchers for all the expenses with supporting documents like cash bills, GRNs
etc, to claim reimbursement.
5. He shall enter details of such expenses in columnar imprest register under respective cost centre
and forward a monthly report to the QS / Planning Engineer for inclusion in the MIS Report.
6. He shall prepare cash report regularly and submit to Accounts Dept and follow-up for
reimbursement of cash.
7. He shall follow-up with HO/RO/AO F&A Department for release of payment for sub contractors
and suppliers.
8. He shall maintain records of payments received from the client.
9. He shall collect details of expenses like electricity charges, rent charges, xerox charges, and other
office expenses and take necessary steps for their payments.
10. Collect the details of labor deployed from Time Keeper and prepare Payment Chelan
11. Responsible for ‘khuraki’ payment and direct labour/core gang payment.
12. When ‘khuraki’ payment/direct labor/coregang is received, he shall disburse the amount to
individual labour and send back the record to Accounts Department.

9.12 Site Secretary

1. Assist the PL in preparing and forwarding of official letters and keep record for the same.
2. Receive all memo/circulars from HO, distribute to respective staffs, file in proper places. Ensure
that actions are taken on these IOM/circulars by due dates.
3. Ensure that all the official documents at the site are in safe custody.
4. Arranging of guest house for staff & follow up with Legal Department for necessary Lease
Agreement.
5. Equipping of the guest house with furniture, fixtures, TV, fridge, aqua-guard etc, as per the
company policy and ensure its proper maintenance.
6. Register of items kept in the guest house must be properly maintained.
7. Keeping record of staff staying in the guest house. Ensuring that no coregang, labour borrowed
and CW stay in the guest house.
8. Arrangement of all official functions at the site.

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9.13 Time Keeper

1. He shall maintain separate registers for recording attendance of all labor working at the site such
as core-gang/direct labor/CW & sub-contractors labour.
2. Every morning he shall take attendance of labour by name, location at which they are working and
record it in a register.
3. Shall forward labour report in approved format, to the Planning Engineer every morning.
4. He should inspect the site at least three times a day and verify that the labour are working at the
places where they are deployed.
5. OT shall be recorded separately for each worker. Capping for OT shall be 25% only.
6. He should prepare direct labour / core gang / CW and PRW workers attendance in the approved
format and forward it to QS for billing on a weekly basis.

9.14 Stores Officer

1. He shall report to the PL.


2. Prepare material requisitions (MR) in consultation with the PL & Planning Engineer and forward
the same to the Purchase Dept.
3. Follow-up with the purchase dept for issue of purchase order and supply of material.
4. Follow-up with the suppliers for timely supply of the materials.
5. When material reaches the site, he shall verify the same with the material requisition and purchase
order to confirm the specifications.
6. He shall inform the QA/QC Engineer to check the quality of the material and after passing the
quality test, material will be allowed to enter the unloading area.
7. He shall prepare suppliers Trip Sheet for natural materials. GRN shall be prepared within 24 hours
of receipt of material.
8. Materials shall be issued only on the basis of Issue Slips. Entries shall be made in the Stock
Register on a regular basis.
9. Shall maintain minimum re-order level of the materials in consultation with PL/Plg Engr.
10. Organise separate storage areas for FOL, hazardous materials & perishable materials.
11. All items in the store shall be arranged neatly in racks. These racks shall be properly numbered
and a layout chart of the store shall also be displayed.
12. Separate stock register, issue records, inspection reports etc, shall be maintained for client supply
materials.
13. Whenever any material / machinery is dispatched from the site, he shall prepare delivery Challan /
Gate Pass as per approved format.

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14. Whenever any sub-contractor is leaving the site, he shall ensure that the stores issued to the sub-
contractor are returned. If not, the value of the items shall be recovered from the sub-contractor’s
bill.
15. He shall visit the site periodically and see that construction/scaffolding/shuttering materials are
kept properly.
16. At the month end, he shall prepare the stock statement of the material and forward it to the
concerned departments.
17. He shall prepare details of PPEs issued to the sub-contractors on a monthly basis and prepare debit
notes as per company norms and forward it to QS for billing.

9.15 EOHS Officer / Supervisor

1. He shall report administratively to the PL and functionally to the Head EOHS.


2. Ensure implementation of company EOHS Policies, guidelines and operational control procedures
laid down by the Management.
3. Must be fully conversant with EOHS requirements, Rules & Regulations of the Company and
those of the Client.
4. Provide comprehensive EOHS related support to the Line Management.
5. Interact with the Line Management in the investigating all accidents and near miss cases.
6. Inspect all work faces & report non-conformances to the PL for taking corrective action.
7. Train supervisors, staff/foreman for proper conduct of Tool Box Meetings.
8. Prepare and implement emergency response plans and procedures. Conduct mock drills on a
regular basis and keep records of the same.
9. Conduct EOHS Induction Training for all new employees & Sub Contractors.
10. Review Work Permit System, EOHS audits, meetings and inspections.
11. Interact with Client Safety Advisory Staff on a regular basis.
12. Inspect P&M on a regular basis for safety adequacy and report to the concerned PL.
13. Interact with project staff including frontline supervisors in carrying out hazard analysis.
14. Carryout regular checks of all EOHS documentation.
15. Inspect staff accommodation, labour camp, toilets and other infrastructure regularly.

9.16 Male Nurse

1. He shall report to the EOHS Officer.


2. Ensure that the Site Clinic is maintained in a professional manner and is fully equipped.
3. Shall be responsible for ensuring that the labour accommodation is kept clean and hygienic at all
the times.
4. Shall provide first aid cover to the labour working at the site.
5. Assist the First Aiders whenever they are providing first aid.
6. Shall assist the Company Medical Officer during his visits.
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7. Shall remain in continuous contact with the company doctor for any medical problems at the site.
8. Shall be responsible for disposal of bio-medical waste as per the legal requirement.

9.17 Camp Boss

1. He shall report to the EOHS Officer.


2. Ensure proper management of the labour camp & site.
3. Keep a record of all the persons staying in the camp.
4. Ensure that all facilities as laid down in the company policy such as bunk beds, fans etc, are
provided in the labour camp.
5. Ensure cleanliness and good housekeeping of the camp and the site.
6. Look after security of the camp and ensure that unauthorized persons do not enter the camp.
7. Carryout surprise visits in the living areas to check if any company materials are lying inside.
8. Ensure that no illegal activities take place in the camp.
9. Ensure the camp is run in a hygienic and professional manner.
10. Ensure that children do not leave the camp and go to the work areas.
11. Ensure that crèche is organized for the children and maintained properly.
12. Ensure that cooking is carried out only in designated areas.
13. Ensure testing of drinking water for the labour.
14. Ensure regular spraying of hygiene chemicals.
15. Ensure that there is no wastage of water or electricity.
16. Ensure that no unauthorized water or electric connections are taken.
17. Ensure that proper fire precautions are observed.
18. Ensure proper wastage disposal.
19. Ensure that workers and their families do not dirty the area and use the toilets & bathing areas
provided for them.
20. Represent the employees in the EOHS Committee meeting

9.18 P&M In Charge

1. He shall report administratively to the PL and functionally to the Head Logistics.


2. Shall ensure effective and efficient operation and maintenance of all P&M at the site.
3. Ensure that all the legal requirements for lifting machines/tackles/gears, are fulfilled.
4. Regularly inspect the P&M to ensure that all the safety guards and other safety devices are in
place.
5. Carryout preventive maintenance as per the Preventive Maintenance Schedule.
6. Minimize noise levels and emission levels of the machines, DGs, etc.
7. Ensure optimum utilization of the P&M.
8. Maintain proper records including Log Books for all the machines, for recording operation, FOL
consumption, repair & maintenance details.

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9. Brief the operators/mechanics regarding safe methods of operation of P&M. This shall be done
daily during tool box meetings.
10. Ensure that operators are medically examined by the company doctor once in six months.
11. Ensure that all the operators/mechanics are using proper PPE.
12. Ensure that operators/mechanics are qualified and have the required skills. If anyone does not have
any certificate/license, ensure that he is tested and given permit to operate company machines as
per the company policy.

9.19 Security Supervisor

1. He shall report administratively to the PL and functionally to the Head HR&A.


2. He shall exercise proper command and control over the security guards working under him at the
place of duty.
3. Whereas the security supervisor will normally be located at the security cabin, the guards shall be
placed at the following locations:
 Entry / exit gates
 Patrolling at designated areas.
 Inside blocks, as specified by the PL
 At loading points where debris and materials to be shifted is being loaded.
 On security towers, if so constructed and specified.
4. Check the entry of the labour with specific responsibility that no child labour is allowed to enter
the project premises.
5. Check each and every person (including labour, whether of Mfar or other contractors for any
pilferage or stores being taken out by them and report any incidents of this nature to the PL
immediately.
6. Maintain the ‘Watchman Register’ meticulously and ensure that it is filled by the individuals
themselves correctly. Any discrepancies must be brought to the notice of PL.
7. Check vehicles during entry/exit and fill up relevant details in the ‘Watchman Register’.
8. Check license of drivers, other documents like registration book, insurance paper, emission
certificate, fitness certificate etc.
9. Patrol the designated areas with a view to check pilferage / theft.
10. Carefully watch the sanctity of the barricading and if there are any breaches, the same shall be
reported immediately to the PL for undertaking repair work.
11. Ensure that while debris / excavated earth is being loaded, no stores / material is loaded with it to
be smuggled out.
12. Ensure that no material of the project is loaded while the vehicles of suppliers are exiting the site.
For this, the details of load coming in, such as details of concreting pipes, will be noted and
checked when the vehicle is leaving.

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13. The guard at the gate shall climb on the vehicle and check the body of vehicle, driver’s cabin so
also the top of driver’s cabin, to see if any item / material has been loaded, to be smuggled out.
14. Keep an eye on the labour and if it is observed that some tension is building up which may erupt
into a fight, the same shall be reported to the PL or site engineer. The security person must ensure
that there is no physical fight between various groups.
15. Keep an eye on safety violations at site/camp & report to PL/safety/site engineer.
16. Keep an eye and enforce house keeping by checking workers and others from dirtying the site or
throwing waste at the site.
17. Ensure that no outsiders are permitted to take photographs of the project site without the written
permission of the CCO. Own staff shall be permitted to take photographs only after approval of the
PL is given.
18. Frisking of labour while going out of the sites. For female labour, lady security guards shall be
appointed. Inform the PL for further action if anything is found while frisking.
19. Keep a watchful eye on entry of any person not belonging to Mfar work force into the labour
camp.
20. Report to PL if any person(s) are staying in the camp but not working in the project.
21. Check and report if any pilferage of materials from the project site has been done by the labour
and the same is kept in the camp.
22. Carryout periodic surprise checks of labour sheds, at random, to check if any pilfered items are
kept in them. This should be done in co-ordination and in the presence of the Camp Boss.
23. Prevent any fighting amongst the labour in the camp and control consumption of any drugs / liquor
and prevent bad behaviour.
24. Report any untoward incident including immoral activities, taking place in the camp, to the PL at
the earliest.
25. Not to allow any workers to vacate the premises without clearance from the PL.
26. In case of an emergency, ring the alarm bell to warn all concerned.
27. Control of traffic during normal working hours and also during emergency.
28. Gunman & dog handler shall perform duties as per the company policy.

10.0 PROJECT AND PROCESS PARAMETERS


10.1 Location : Global Entopolis at Madhurawada in Visakhapatnam..

10.2 Type : High Rise Residential.

10.3 Area : 13.13lac Sft

10.4 Contract Scope : Scope includes civil structure, masonry, plastering, water-proofing
Flooring, painting, joinery, External development works, and
Miscellaneous works
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10.5 Customer Supplied Materials.

Nil

10.6 Company Supplied Materials.

All materials will be purchased by Mfar Constructions Pvt Ltd.

10.7 SPECIFICATIONS AND CONSTRUCTION METHODOLOGY

1. Excavation & Back filling for Structural Foundation


Excavation

 Setting out will be according to the drawings. Records will be maintained mentioning the
details of excavation for different structures. Proper marking will be done for the size including
working space before commencement of excavation.
 Pedestals and bench mark will be established for marking level and grid lines. These bench
marks will be erected at suitable points such that these are clearly visible.
 Site Levels will be recorded and verified. The levels taken of the execution area will be plotted
on the drawings. The levels will be taken at proper intervals.
 Excavation will be done as per dimensions mentioned in drawing.
 Proper fencing / barricading with proper safety signs will be done around the excavation area
& the area will be well illuminated with lights during night.
 Precautions will be taken for adjoining structures which may get affected during the
excavation. If any adjacent foundation is to be strengthened, then the same will be brought to the
notice of Engineer In-Charge.
 All power cables lines, sanitary, water supply line, communication services, if any in the
excavation area will be disconnected before excavation. However, proper protection will be
provided for any power cables, sanitary, water supply, communication lines which cannot be
removed.
 If the condition of the soil is very poor, proper shoring will be carried out as per the Advice of
the structural consultant / Engineer In-Charge.
 If the soil is firm, sides of the trenches may be kept vertical. However, for greater depth, a side
slope of 1:4 will be given; and if the soil is too soft or loose, the side slopes will be increased.
 Excavation will be done up to the required level, slope and as per the drawings or as instructed
by the Engineer In-Charge / Consultant.

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 In case of any over excavation, the over-excavated portion will be filled with approved soil.
Filling-in will be in layers of 300mm and plate compactors should be used for compaction.
 All water accumulations during excavation will be removed by pumping or any other means. If
required a sump will be made below the required level and water diverted to this sump & from
there water will be removed by continuous pumping.

b) Earth Back-filling

 Filling will be done with good approved earth, murrum, or gravel available from excavated
materials or brought from out side as per the specifications.
 Earth used for fill will be from vegetation, other foreign matters.
 Earth filling will be carried out in regular horizontal layers not exceeding 30cm in depth.
 Optimum water content for the filling material will be ensured.
 All lumps and clots which are more than 10cm will be broken.
 Each layer will be watered and consolidated with steel rammer or compactor power roller as per
specifications.
 Top & sides of filling will be neatly dressed.
 All services, drains, manholes, benchmarks, etc in the filling area will be protected from any sort
of damage.

2. PCC Below Footing / Flooring

 All surfaces upon which concrete is to be placed will be well compacted and the surface will be
made free from standing water, mud or debris.
 Soft or yielding soil will be removed and replaced with lean concrete or with selected soils/sand
and compacted to the density as specified.
 If the surfaces are sloppy or undulated (in case of rocks), plum concrete will be deposited in
undulated surfaces to make a proper level surface.
 If concrete is to be poured over rock surface/dry soil, the surfaces will be made wet prior to
concrete.
 Button markings will be arranged in suitable intervals to mark the level and thickness of the
concrete.
 Proper shuttering will be arranged at the edges of concrete to ensure proper compaction.
 Mix proportion will be adopted as specified in the technical specifications.
 Concrete will be mixed in ball mixer machine / mini batching plant to get a uniform mix.
 Concrete will be placed with uniform consistency.
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 Proper compaction will be arranged either mechanically or manually as per specification.


 The surface will be finished to the level/slope as specified in drawings.
 Concrete will be cured by keeping it continuously moist wet for the specified period of time.

3. Shuttering / Formwork for Concreting

 The Formwork will be designed to support all the combined effects of all loads like live load,
weight of wet concrete, weight of steel and lateral pressure of concrete etc.
 The formwork will be designed to withstand any deflection or bulging during concrete placement
or concrete compaction.
 The formwork will designed to be water tight to avoid any type of cement grout loss.
 Formwork will be done as per drawings within the limits of dimensional tolerance specified.
 horizontal & vertical alignment will be ensured for centering/shuttering work
 Ply wood used for shuttering/centering work will be film faced and water resistant.
 Floor form sheets which are used for centering, shuttering work will be cleaned properly. Checked
for its surface undulations and right angle of sides etc.
 Wooden runners used for formwork will be free from sap, loose knots or other surface defects.
 Shuttering panels for the foundation will be made using film faced plywood with wooden runner
frames. Proper lateral support will be provided with telescopic props to prevent any deviation from
the alignment.
 In case of stepped footing, stepped shuttering will be so arranged that the thickness of each step is
maintained and the bottom of subsequent step shuttering is well supported to prevent any
downward or outward movement while placing the concrete.
 Formwork will be braced, strutted, propped and so supported that it will not deform under weight
and pressure of the concrete or due to movement of men and materials.
 Column boxes will be made using film faced plywood and wooden runners or Metal sheet and
structural steel. Walers made up of MS Channel 100x 50 will be used to tighten the column boxes
using Tie –Rods. Tele- props will be used on each side to keep the column in proper vertical
position.
 Formwork to beams and slabs will be erected such that the formwork on the sides of beams and
under soffit of slabs can be removed without removing the beam bottom.
 Beam bottoms and sides will be made up of film faced plywood and wooden runner frame. Slab
soffit will be formed with floor form sheet or film faced plywood.
 Tele props / cup-lock vertical will be used to support the beams and slab soffit. It will be ensured
that props are truly vertical and proper bracings are provided to prevent any deflection of the
props.
 Formwork coming in to contact with concrete will be perfectly cleaned and one coat of mould
release oil will be applied before fixing reinforcement and pouring concrete.

4. Reinforcement Work
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a) Storage & Handling

 While handling steel, personal protection equipment (PPE) will be used by the workers.
 Proper stacking of steel at steel yard will be arranged diameter wise for easy handling of rods and
to protect the steel from contact with ground water.
 Steel yard will be located in such an area that no double handling of rods is resorted-to.
 Steel bars will be stored on 15 cm high concrete/timber/steel sleepers to avoid contact with
ground.
 Stock of steel will be rotated, i.e. first in first out basis.

b) Reinforcement Work

 Machineries like bar bending, bar cutting machines, matching the diameter of steel will be used for
fabrication of the steel
 Reinforcement steel will be collected only from approved vendors with proper test certificates for
it’s conformity with the specification.
 Bar-bending schedule will be prepared as per drawings / general notes from structural drawings /
as per the consultant’s instruction.
 Reinforcement bars will be fabricated only as per the approved bar bending schedule.
 Fabricated reinforcement bars will be shifted to site by manual / mechanical means without
causing any damage to the size and shape of it.
 Placing of bars will be done as per latest drawings.
 Cover blocks made of PVC / concrete will be used at necessary intervals in columns, slabs, beams
etc. as specified in the drawings.
 De-shuttering oil will be applied on the shuttering boards before placing the reinforcements.
 Approved Quality binding wire will be used for tying reinforcement.
 Sufficient cover blocks will be given to the bottom of beam reinforcement before lowering of
beam reinforcement.
 Proper lap lengths, staggered laps, anchorage length, development length etc. will be provided as
per drawings
 Sufficient chairs will be given between top and bottom reinforcements in slabs, footings etc. to
keep the layers in position
 spacer bars will be used between 2 layers of reinforcements particularly in beams to maintain
proper spacing between the layers(minimum ɸ of spacers is 25 mm)
 Placement of steel as per BBS will be got verified from consultant before concreting.
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 Lap lengths for columns will be provided above slab levels only.

5. Concreting Operations

Mix design

 Mix design for various grades of concrete will be done at the site lab or from an external
lab at least 30 days in advance before actual execution.

Ingredients

Cement

 Cement should conform to standards and as per approved brands, makes.


 OPC - 43 grade as per IS: 8112 – 1989

 Freshness of cement will be checked from the manufacturing date, month & year.
 Cement will be tested from external labs as per the Frequency approved.

Aggregate

 Aggregate to be used will be conform to IS: 383 – 1970.


 Aggregate should be hard, strong, dense, free from impurities and deleterious materials.
 Fine aggregate to be used should be crushed stone aggregate or river sand conforming to
IS: 383 – 1970
 Fine aggregate containing more than the allowable % of silt should will be used.
 Aggregate having more than allowable % of flaky/elongated materials, will not be used.
 Aggregate will be stored in such a way that it will not me mixed up.
 Aggregate storage area will be located with proper drainage facilities.

Water

 Water used for concreting work will be tested as per IS 456: 2000

Admixtures

 Admixture which is used for concrete works will be conform to the IS 9103 :1999

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 Admixture will be protected from direct sunlight.


 Admixtures will be used before the expiry of its shell life.
 Dosage of admixture shall be as per the manufactures recommendations.
Batching of concrete

 Calibration will be done at regular intervals for all concrete mixers & batching plants.
 Calibration due dates, calibrated date will be clearly displayed either in the operator’s
cabin or some other prominent place on the batching unit.
 Calibration will be done for aggregates, cement, water, and admixture weighing scales.
 Moisture correction for 20mm, 12mm & fine aggregates will be done & recorded as per
requirement
 Correct water/cement ratio will be strictly followed.
Placing of concrete

 Ready Mix Concrete of required grade will be used for all RCC works.
 It will be ensured that Concrete is placed before its initial setting time ends.
 Concrete will be placed in its final position in the form work as early as possible after the
completion of mixing.
 As far as possible re-handling of the concrete will be avoided.
 It will be ensured that while placing concrete, reinforcement or formwork is not displaced.
 For Concreting during rain, proper arrangements will be made to protect the concrete.
 Chutes will be used where concrete is to be placed in greater depth.

Compaction

 Vibrators of required sizes will be used for compaction of the concrete.


 Concrete will be vibrated before initial setting time of concrete commences.
 Fresh concrete will be thoroughly vibrated near construction joints so that mortar from the new
concrete flows between large aggregates and develops good bond with previous concrete.
 It will be ensured that Vibrating heads are not come in contact with hard objects.
 It will be ensured that Needle vibrators are immersed in beams and other thick sections vertically
at regular intervals.
 The concrete to be vibrated will be placed in position in level layers of suitable thickness.
 It will be ensured that Height of the concrete layer is not more than 20 to 30 cm.
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c) Curing of Concrete:

 Initiall Starts immediately on completion of the compaction and finishing of the concrete.
 In hot weather conditions, In order to prevent further drying, curing will be started at the earliest.
It will be ensured that Concrete is not allowed to dry.
 In dry weather, immediate curing will be started by fine spray of water without disturbing surface
finish.

 Final curing of the slab will done by ponding method and vertical members shall be cured using
the hessian cloth and sprinkling of water.
 Curing period will be as long as practicable. In general concrete will be cured till it attains about
70% of specified strength.
6. RUBBLE MASONRY

 Setting out will be done according to drawing.



 The stone for Rubble Masonry will be fine grained and hard
 Mix proportion of the Mortar will be as per specifications.
 Mortar for the Rubble work will be mixed to uniform consistency
 The mortar papered shall be consumed within 30 minutes after mixing of water.
 End units should be laid first and gaps in between filled later with tightly packed stone
pieces..
 verticality of the stone masonary will be checked in each layer.
 Finished levels of the masonary will be maintained as per the drawings.
 Curing of the masonary work will be started after 24 hours.
 Curing will be done at least for 7 days.

7. SOLID / HOLLOW CONCRETE BLOCK MASONRY

PRIOR TO LAYING

 Setting will be done according to the drawings.


 Before starting the block work in a particular portion, the masons / sub contractors /
supervisor will be clearly instructed about the thickness, proportion of mortar reference
line, opening for doors and windows, etc.
 All the blocks will be wetted for one hour before using for construction.
 It will be ensured that the blocks used for construction are free from damage.
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 Starter course shall be prepared as per the drawing and approval will be taken from
Client/PMC
 Blocks used will be as per the required strength and specification.
 It will be ensure that concrete & block masonry junction is hacked properly & thick slurry
of C.M 1:2 is applied on concrete surface.
 Mortar preparation will be as per specifications.
 It will be ensured that proper measurement boxes are used for measuring sand.
 The mortar used for block work should be of uniform consistency.
 It will be ensured that the mortar prepared will be Consume within 30 minutes, after
mixing water.

LAYING

 Watered, surface dry blocks will be laid on full bed of mortar and hand pressed into the
position.
 It will be ensured that the starter course itself is in level. If thickness of mortar for the
starter course is more than 25 mm, use screed concrete.
 Vertical Joints will be packed with mortar and no hollow spaces left.
 Block work will be built up in uniform layers and no portion of a wall will rise more than
1 meter above other general construction level.
 The thickness of mortar joints will be not less than 6 mm and not more than 10 mm.
 Block work will be in plumb, square and as per dimensions shown. Vertical joints in
alternate courses will come directly one over the other and be in line.
 It shall be Ensured each course is in line & level.
 Whenever block work cannot be raised all over in a wall simultaneously, a rake back to
bond at an angle not exceeding 45 degree may be given, however, level difference should
not exceed 1.0 mtr.
 End units of block will be laid first and the gaps in between filled later.
 verticality of the wall will be checked after each layer.
 Level Checking will be done at Sill Level, Lintel Level and Top Level.
 All finishing levels will be as per drawing.

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 The gap between top layer of block work and beam/slab will be packed properly. If the
thickness in more use screed concrete.
 Top course will be fully filled, if it acts as a form for concrete in place of shuttering.
 For block work of 100 thicknesses, concrete band will be provided as per specifications.
 Raking of joints will be done simultaneously with laying of courses, as the work proceeds
to the depth of 10 to 15 mm with V edges.

CURING

 Curing will be started after 12 hours.


 Curing should be done at least for 7 days

8. PLASTERING WORKS
PRIOR TO PLASTERING

 Before starting plastering, it will be ensured that all masonry works are fully completed
 It will be ensured ensure that all concealed services lines are completed.
 It will be ensured that all door frames, window frames, their actual location, verticality, line etc,
are in order.
 It will be ensured that proper mixes with uniform consistency as per specifications for 1 st coat, 2nd
coat & ceiling plaster.
 It will be ensured that use of measurement boxes for measuring sand & cement.
 Sand used for plastering will be clean, sharp, suitably graded free from all deleterious & organic
matter. The sand used for plastering should be sieved well.
 Proper scaffolding with working platform and access ladder will be provided for
Plastering at heights.
 All earlier plaster work, structural work, door& window frames; plumbing & electrical
fittings will be protected by masking or covering during plastering.

BASE PREPARATION

 All electrical conduit grooves & plumbing grooves will be filled with C.M 1:4.
 Wherever there is RCC & masonry junction, plaster mesh will be fixed using nails.
 Any old mortar on walls will be cleaned properly. Surface will be hacked, cleaned and wetted
before starting work.
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 Button marks preferably using cut piece tiles will be fixed on the wall, starting from the
bottom of the wall at 6 feet intervals both horizontally and vertically. These button marks
will be transferred to top of the wall using plumb.

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 While fixing button marks on adjacent walls right angle will be used and bull marks
must be provided on both sides, at 6 feet intervals both horizontally and vertically.
 While fixing button marks on ceiling at the bottom most point, keep minimum
thickness of plaster and using water level, transfer the level to all the four sides.
 All button marks will be cross-checked for measurements including right angle, corner
checks etc and must be recorded along with client / PMC engineers.
 Hacking will be done at close intervals will done on all RCC surfaces.
 The area of cladding will be Identified before plastering work is taken up.

PLASTERING

 It shall be ensured that the surface is wetted before plastering.


 It shall be ensured that minimum thickness for plastering is maintained.
The skirting level will be marked using line dories or straight edge and the plaster below skirting
level will be removed
 Evenness, line, plumb etc, will be checked using straight edge with respect to button
marks. once all checks are over, the button marks can be carefully removed and finished
properly.
 If cement slurry or neeru (lime) finish is required, this will be done after the rough finish
in thin layers to cover up any minor unevenness is carried out.
 Plastering will be started from the top and gradually worked downwards to the floor.
 Mortar mixed will be consumed within the initial setting time of cement.

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 While re-commencing, edge of old work will be cut clean to line, and scrapped cleaned
and wetted with cement slurry
CURING

 Curing will be start after 12 hours and it should be continued for at least 7 days.

11.0 PROJECT PLAN AND SCHEDULE

11.1 Project Plan : Annexure ‘B’

11.2 Project Schedule : Annexure ‘C’

12.0 PROCESS PROCEDURES.

12.1 The following System Procedures shall be applicable to the project:

 SP/01 Procedure for Document Control


 SP/02 Procedure for Control of Records
 SP/03 Procedure for Internal Audit
 SP/04 Procedure for Non-conforming Products
 SP/05 Procedure for Corrective & Preventive Action

12.2 The following Process Procedures shall be applicable to the project:

 PP/03 Procedure for Planning of Projects


 PP/04 Procedure for Product Execution
 PP/06 Procedure for Plan, Provide & Maintain Equipment & Facilities
 PP/07 Procedure for Plan, Provide & Maintain Materials
 PP/08 Procedure for Monitor, Measure & Improve

12.3 The following Standard Operating Procedures shall be applicable:

 SOP/1 Procedure for Control of MME

13.0 INSPECTION AND TESTING

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13.1 WORK INSTRUCTIONS (W I ) & QUALITY INSPECTION REPORTS (QIR)

The Work Instructions & Quality within the scope of the works shall apply:

WI DESCRIPTION of WI FORMAT DESCRIPTION of QIR


No No
WI-1 Earthwork Excavation & QCP-1/F-01 Check List for Earthwork Excavation
Earth Filling
QCP-01/F-02 Check List for Earth Filling
WI-2 Anti-termite Treatment QCP-02/F- 01 Check List for Anti-termite Termite
WI-3 PCC for Foundation QCP-03/F -01 Check List for PCC for Foundation / Raft
QCP-04/F-01 Check List for Shuttering Work for Foundation

Formwork / Shuttering QCP-04/F-02 Check List for Shuttering for Columns & Wall
WI-4
Work
QCP-04/F-03 Check List for Shuttering for Slab & Beam
QCP-04/F-04 Check List for Scaffolding Erection
WI-5 Reinforcement Work QCP-05/F-01 Check List for Reinforcement Work
WI-6 Concreting Operations QCP-06/F-01 Check List for Concreting
WI-7 Rubble Masonry QCP-07/F-01 Check List for Rubble Masonry
WI-8 Block Masonry QCP-08/F-O1 Check List for Block Masonry
QCP-11/F-01 Check List for Brick-bat Coba Waterproofing
WI-11 Waterproofing Works QCP-11/F-02 Check List for Box Type Waterproofing
QCP-11/F-03 Check List for Membrane Waterproofing
WI-12 Grouting Work QCP-12/F-01 Check List for Grouting Work
WI-13 Plastering Work QCP-13/F-01 Check List for Plastering Work
WI-14 IPS/VDF flooring QCP-14/F-01 Check List for IPS/VDF Flooring
WI-15 Tiling, Dadoing & Skirting QCP-15/F-01 Check List for Tiling work
Work
WI-16 Marble / Granite Work. QCP-16/F-01 Check List for Marble / Granite Work.
WI-17 Suspended Ceiling Work QCP-17/F-01 Check List for Suspended Ceiling Work
WI-18 Carpentry & Joinery Work QCP-18/F-01 Check List for Carpentry & Joinery Work
WI-19 Grill / Handrail Fixing QCP-19/F-01 Check List for Grill / Handrail Fixing
WI-20 Plumbing / Sanitary Works QCP-20/F-01 Check List for Plumbing Works
QCP-21/F-02 Check List for Sanitary Works
WI-21 Electrical Works QCP-21/F-01 Check List for Electrical Works

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WI-22 Painting QCP-22/F-01 Check List for Painting of Plastered Wall


QCP-22/F-02 Check List for Painting of Wood Surface
QCP-22/F-03 Check List for Painting of Metal Surface
WI-24 Internal Roads and QCP-24/F-01 Check List for WBM Internal Roads
Interlocking Pavers
QCP-24/F-02 Check List for Bituminous Carpet
QCP-24/F-03 Check List for Interlocking Pavers

13.2 QUALITY CONTROL PLAN FOR INCOMING MATERIALS

Sl.No Des. Of Frequency of Testing Details of test / Verification Ref. IS


Material codes
Weight of No. of Test / Site Lab Third
the lot in Sub- Verification Test party
tones lots(bags) Test IS : 3535-
Up to 100 2 A, Date of 1986 –
Y (Reaffirmed
manufacture
101 to 200 3 B, Initial Setting 2008)
Y IS : 8112-
time
1989 -
201 to 300 4 C, Final Setting
QCP Y (Reaffirmed
Cement time
-01 2009)
301 to 500 5 D, Normal
Y IS: 12269-
Consistency
1987–
501 to 1000 6 E, Fineness Y
(Reaffirmed
F, Compressive 2008)
Y
Strength IS : 4031-
G, Soundness Y 1996
H, Specific
Y
Gravity

QCP Reinforce No of No of Test / Site Lab Third IS:10790


-02 ment items in a items to Verification Test party (part-2)-
Steel lot in be Test 1984
Tones selected IS : 1786-
(nos.) 2008

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Up to 50 2 A,Unit weight Y
51 to 150 3 B, Rolling Y
Margin
151to 500 5 C, Tensile Y
Strength
500 & 8 D, Bend Test Y
above
E, Re-bend Test Y
F, Elongation Y
G, Proof Stress Y

No. of No. of Test / Site Lab Third


bricks in bricks to Verification Test party
the lot be Test
selected IS: 5454-
1978
2001 to 20 A, Dimensions Y
(Reaffirmed
10000
QCP 1995)
Bricks 10001 to 32 B, Weight/unit Y
-03 IS: 1077-
35000
1992
35001 to 50 C, Comp. Y
IS: 3495-
50000 Strength
1992 (part
D, Water Y
1&2)
absorption
E, Efflorescence Y
Area in No. of Test / Site Lab Third
Sq.m sample Verification Test party
Test
IS : 4990-
Up to 30m2 No testing A, Thickness Y
QCP 2011
Plywood Every100m One B, Weight / unit Y
-04 2 IS : 1734-
& Part sample for
1983
thereof each test.
C, Boiling water Y
Resistance

QCP Concrete No of No. of Test / Site Lab Third IS: 2185-


-05 Blocks Blocks in blocks to Verification Test party 2005
the lot be Test
selected
5000 Nos. 20 Nos. A, Dimensions Y
B, Weight / Unit Y
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C, Comp. Y
Strength
D, Water Y
Absorption

Quantity Weight of Test / Site Lab Third


in The lot Sample to Verification Test party
in Cum. be Test
Selected
Fine in Kg
Aggregat 101 to 500 3 A, Silt content Y IS : 2386-
QCP e 500 to 1500 5 B, Particle size, Y 1963
-06 C, Moisture Y (Reaffmd.20
Content 07)
1500 to 7 D, Specific Y
5000 Gravity.
E, Soundness Y
F, Bulk Density Y

Quantity Weight of Test / Site Lab Third


in The lot Sample in Verification Test party
in Cum Kg Test

101 to 500 3 A, Particle size Y

500 to 1500 5 B, Particle Shape Y

Coarse 1500 to 7 C, Moisture Y


QCP 5000 Content IS : 2386-
Aggregat
-07 1963
e
D, Specific Y (Reaffmd.20
Gravity. 07)
E, Crushing Y
Strength
F, Impact Value Y
G, Soundness Y
H, Bulk Density Y

QCP Concrete Quantity No of Test / Site Lab Third IS : 516-1959


-08 in Cum Sample to verification Test party (Reaffmd.20
be Taken Test 04)
1 to 5 1 A, Slump Test Y

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6 to 15 2 B, Compressive Y IS : 1199-
Strength 1959
Test IS : 456-
16 to30 3 2000
31 to 50 4 (Reaffmd.20
51 and 4 +1 for 05)
above each 50
cum

Quantity No of Test / Site Lab Third


of Test to be verification Test party
Material done Test
Each 50 One A, Thickness of Y
IS : 1130-
QCP Sq.mtr slab
Marble 1969
-09 B, Moisture Y
absorption
3, Moh’s Scale Y
Hardness

Quantity No. of Test / Site Lab Third


in Nos Samples verification Test party
Test
Each 5 Nos A, Water Y
Ceramic /
QCP 3000nos Absorption IS : 13630-
Vitrified
-10 B, Hardness Y 2006
Tiles
C, Crazing Y
Resistance
D, Chemical Y
Resistance

Frequency of sampling Test / Site Lab Third


verification Test party IS : 3025-
QCP Test 1994
Water
-11 Varies as per the A,Potability Y IS : 10500-
location & the source. B, Chemical Y 2012
Analysis

Frequency of sampling Test / Site Lab Third


QCP Wooden verification Test party IS : 2455-
-12 batten Test 1990
A, Species Y

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Varies as per species, B, Physical Y


grading and type of use. Properties
C, Moisture Y
Content

Structura Quantity No. of Test / Site Lab Third


IS : 2062-
QCP l Steel in Tones tests Verification Test party
2011
-13 Test
Every 50 or One test A, Unit weight Y
part thereof

B, Physical Y
Properties

13.3 INSPECTION REPORTS OF INCOMING MATERIALS

Sl.No. Des. Of Material Details of test Format No. Rev. Status


A, Date of FM/QCP-01A
(Rev-0)
manufacture
B, Initial Setting
QCP-01 Cement time FM/QCP-01B (Rev-0)
C, Final Setting time
D, Consistency FM/QCP-01D (Rev-0)
A,Unit weight
QCP-02 Reinforcement Steel FM/QCP-02A (Rev-0)
B, Rolling Margin
A, Dimensions
B, Density FM/QCP-03A (Rev-0)
QCP-03 Bricks
C, Comp. Strength
D, Water Absorption FM/QCP-03D (Rev-0)
A, Thickness
B, Weight / unit
QCP-04 Plywood FM/QCP-04A (Rev-0)
C, Boiling water
Resistance
QCP-05 Concrete Blocks A, Dimensions FM/QCP-05A (Rev-0)
B, Density
C, Comp. Strength
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D, Water Absorption FM/QCP-05D (Rev-0)


A, Silt content FM/QCP-06A (Rev-0)
QCP-06 Fine Aggregate
B, Particle size, FM/QCP-06B (Rev-0)
C, Moisture Content FM/QCP-06C (Rev-0)
A, Particle size FM/QCP-07A (Rev-0)
QCP-07 Coarse Aggregate B, Particle Shape FM/QCP-07B (Rev-0)
C, Moisture Content FM/QCP-07C (Rev-0)
A, Slump Test FM/QCP-08A (Rev-0)
QCP-08 Concrete B, Compressive
FM/QCP-08B (Rev-0)
Strength Test

14.0 CODES AND STANDARDS

14.1 The works shall be carried out as per specifications laid down in the Contract Document or as per
the instructions of the Client/Architect/Consultant. Clarifications if any shall be checked from the relevant
IS Codes.

15.0 QUALITY RECORDS

15.1 The quality inspection and test records as per the above QCPs shall be maintained.

16.0 DOCUMENTS DISTRIBUTION MATRIX

16.1 The Documents Distribution Matrix is at Annexure ‘D’.

17.0 CONDUCT OF INTERNAL IMS AUDIT

17.1 It is proposed to conduct Internal IMS Audit on a quarterly basis. Intimation for the same and other
details for the conduct of the said audit, shall be issued from the Head Office.

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Annexure A Doc. No. PQP-1086/An-A(Rev 0)

SITE ORGANISATION CHART

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Annexure-B Doc.No.PQP-1086/An-B(Rev 0)
PROJECT PLAN
1. DETAILS OF PROJECT

a) Location : Global Entropolis, Madhurawada in


Visakhapatnam.

b) Name and Address of Client : M/S Shriram Properties, Bangalore.

c) Architect : M/s Jurong .

e) PMC : M/s Synergy Property development Services.

d) Scope of Project : Construction of Villas


Comprising of 106 Nos (11 types)

e) Total built-up Area : 3.38 lakh sft.

f) Contract Sum : Rs 131.30 Crores (Including Service Tax.)

h) Project Commencement :

i) Duration : 22 Months

j) Project Completion :

2. SHORT DESCRIPTION OF WORK

a) Mobilization
b) Excavation
c) Sub Structure Works
d) RCC Works
e) Masonry & Plastering Works
f) Joinery works
g) Flooring Works
h) Painting Works
i) External development Works
j) Miscellaneous works
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CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE

1. Start Date :

2. Project Duration : 22 months

3. Finish Date :

Detailed Construction Schedule shall be prepared at the project site, got approved from the
Client & strictly followed

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DOCUMENT DISTRIBUTION MATRIX

Sl Description Doc No HO / Site Client Remarks


No (If Applicable) RO
1 Coordination Review
1.1 Minutes of Monthly Site
Meeting (Agenda to Include  
Safety and Quality Aspects)
1.2 Project Diary FM-PP/04-26 
1.3 Request for Information (RFI) CM2-A  
2 Control of Contract Documents
2.1 Control Register of Contract FM/SP/01-06

Documents
2.2 Change Order COST4-D  
2.3 Site Directive COST4-A SD  
2.4 Work Completed- Contract COST5-FA  
2.5 Measurement COST5-F6  
2.6 Application for payment COST5-F2  
2.7 Bar Bending Schedule  
2.8 RA Bills   

3 Control of Drawings
3.1 Control Register of Customer FM-SP/01-05

Drawings for Construction



3.2 Shop Drawings Log CMI-4A
 
4 Purchasing

4.1 Material Purchase Requisition FM-PP/07-01 


4.2 Asset Purchase Requisition FM-PP/07-02 
4.2 Local Purchase Order FM-PP/07-03 
4.3 Vendor Appraisal Report FM-PP/07-06 
4.4 Approved Vendor List FM-PP/07-09 
Sl Description Doc No HO / Site Client Remarks
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No (If Applicable) RO
4.5 Material Approval Request CM3-A  
4.6 Material Procurement Schedule PROC4-A   

5 Storage and Handling


5.1 Stores Ledger FM-PP/07-11
5.2 Delivery Challan FM-PP/07-14 
5.3 Goods Receipt Note FM-PP/07-04  
5.4 Asset Receipt Note FM-PP/07-08  
5.5 Material Requisition& Issue Slip FM-PP/07-12 
5.6 Transfer of Capital Challan FM-PP/07-16  
5.7 Monthly Stores Statement FM-PP/04-05  
5.8 Watchman’s Report  
6.0 Customer Supplied Materials
6.1 Inspection/Test Reports  
6.2 Joint Inspection & Stock
Register  

7.0 Sub Contracting


7.1 Appraisal Form of Sub- FM-PP/04-30
Contractors  
7.2 Approved List of Sub- FM-PP/04-31
Contractors  
7.3 Job Order FM-PP/04-06  
7.4 Piece Rate Work Order 
7.5 Measurement Book FM-PP/04-07 
7.6 Payment Challan FM-PP/04-08  
8.0 Quality Inspection/Test Reports
8.1 Earthwork Excavation & Earth QCP-01/F-01
Filling  
8.2 Anti-termite Treatment QCP-02/F-01  
8.3 PCC for Foundation / Raft QCP-03/F- 01  

8.4 Formwork / Shuttering Work QCP-04/F -01  


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8.5 Reinforcement Work QCP-05/F -01  


8.6 Concreting Operations QCP-06/F-01  
8.7 Rubble Masonry QCP-07/F-01  
8.8 Block Masonry QCP-08/F-O1  
8.9 Waterproofing Works QCP-11/F-01  
8.10 Grouting Work QCP-12/F-01  
8.11 Plastering Work QCP-13/F-01  
8.12 IPS/VDF flooring QCP-14/F-01  
8.13 Tiling, Dadoing & Skirting Work QCP-15/F-01  
8.14 Marble / Granite Work. QCP-16/F-01  
8.15 Suspended Ceiling Work QCP-17/F-01  
8.16 Carpentry & Joinery Work QCP-18/F-01  
8.17 Grill / Handrail Fixing QCP-19/F-01  
8.18 Plumbing / Sanitary Works QCP-20/F-01  
8.19 Electrical Works QCP-21/F-01  
8.20 Painting QCP-22/F-01  
8.21 Internal Roads and Interlocking QCP-24/F-01
Pavers  
8.22 Concrete Pour Card 5A  
8.23 Concrete Mix Design  
8.24 RMC Mix Design  
8.25 Survey Reports  
8.26 Master List of MME SOP/01-02 
8.27 History Card of MME SOP/01-01 
8.28 Calibration Certificate of MME  
8.29 Manufactures Test Certificates  
8.30 Third party Material Test
Certificates  
9.0 Progress Development Reports

9.1 Daily Labour Deployment FM-PP/04-28


Report  
9.2 Daily Progress Report FM-PP/04-25   
Sl Description Doc No HO / Remarks
(If Applicable)
Site Client
No RO
9.3 Weekly Progress Report   
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9.4 Monthly Progress Report FM-PP/04-11   


9.5 Manpower Schedule FM-PP/03-09   
9.6 Equipment Schedule FM-PP/03-11   
10.0 Insurance Policies
10.1 CAR Insurance Policy   
10.2 Workmen’s Compensation Policy  
10.3 Machinery/Plant Insurance  
10.4 Vehicle Insurance  
11.0 EOHS Matters
11.1 Incident Report (FIR) MF-EOHS/FIR  
11.2 Incident Investigation Report MF-EOHS/IIR  
11.3 Safety Statistics FM-PP/04-02  
11.4 OCPs 
11.3 Check List 
12.0 Admin & Training
12.1 Vehicle Movement Sheet 
12.2 Training Diary 
12.3 Training History Record 
2.4 Register of Visitors 
13.0 Company Policy Documents

13.1 IMS Manual IMS/01  


13.2 Quality Procedure Manual  
13.3 Project Quality Plan 
13.4 EOHS Procedure Manual  
13.5 Quality Control Plans  
13.6 Project Safety Plan 

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