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Volume-III PART-I Architecture Design Basis Report

Table of Content

S.No. Content Page No.

1 Introduction 2

2 Site study 2-3

3 Site photos 4

4 Design evolution 4-8

5 Site plan and Area calculation 9-11

6 Circulation 12

7 Cost effectiveness 13

8 Sustainability 14-18

9 Green building measures-for achieving minimum GRIHA rating 3 stars 18-19

10 Exterior views 19-23

11 Interior views 24-29

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New Delhi, the national capital of India is famous for its culture, tradition and effervescent history.
Delhi is the third largest city in India and now the most preferred city in terms of investments,
industrialization, information technology, healthcare, real estate, etc.

Standing along the west end of Gangetic plain, the capital city, Delhi, unwinds a picture rich with
culture, architecture and human diversity, deep in history, monuments, museums, galleries, gardens
and exotic shows. Comprising of two contrasting yet harmonious parts, the old Delhi and New Delhi,
the city is a travel hub of northern India.

New Delhi is the blend of old and new. The contrast between the two is very much visible by the
culture, lifestyle and tradition. Old Delhi still has the influence of Mughals with monuments, mosques
and forts all through the complicated streets. Old bazaars and food are some of the specialties of old
Delhi. Whereas New Delhi is completely different with lifestyle and city's architecture having the
influence of British rule in India.

New Delhi is famous for its planned landscape and spacious streets with shades of greenery. Major
commercial establishments are situated in New Delhi’s business hubs like Connaught place, Nehru
place, south extension and Ito. With more and more tourists coming to Delhi, the government has a
special ministry to look into the well-being of visitors. Tours and travel agencies in the city provide
tourism services ranging from accommodation to guide and sight-seeing. Delhi tourism department
has set up help desk services for foreign tourists who can find all necessary information about the
city. Some of the major tourist attractions in Delhi include India gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Rajghat,
Jama Masjid, Qutab Minar, red fort, Humayun’s tomb, Safdarganj’s tomb, Purana Qila, Jantar Mantar
and Akshardham temple.

1. Introduction:

North Delhi Municipal Corporation a municipal body of Government of Delhi want to redevelop the
MCD staff colony at Azadpur. Since the structure there are in a bad condition as they were built a
long time ago, also NDMC want to increase the number of flats by taking the advantage of
redevelopment norms. The site is approached by the grand truck road or Azadpur metro station and
is very near to Shastri market, monastery market, SDM office, Adarsh nagar police station and
monument like Sheesh Mahal, Gateway of Badli ki Sarai and Peer baba ki Mazaar.

2. Site study:

a) Existing site features:

The site is located at Azadpur near Azadpur metro station. Adarsh nagar police station to the
north-west and metro parking to the south-west side of the site.

The access to site is from Grand trunk road.

b) Vegetation:
The site has vegetation as but mostly tress are dead or of no purpose or their trunk is infected
naturally. DFI is retaining existing trees wherever possible.

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c) Orientation:

The proposed site is oriented in north east-south west axis and north west-south east axis, adjacent
to Azadpur metro station is constructed which is an ideal condition for natural light to be harvested as
the building naturally facing north & west direction.

From above image it can be clearly inferred that proposed redevelopment of staff colony at Azadpur
is located at a very prominent location in Delhi, with connectivity to Azadpur metro station and other
central business districts. The environment is very dynamic where prominent buildings include,
Shastri market, monastery market, SDM office, Adarsh nagar police station and monument like
Sheesh Mahal, gateway of Badli ki Sarai and Peer baba ki Mazaar.
DFI is proposing to develop a modern yet green housing building on this site with two blocks of
commercial buildings where one can fulfil their every necessary required daily needs. In addition to
the commercial block DFI has also proposed institutional buildings i.e. government primary and
secondary high school for the children of the residents of the mcd colony and surrounding places.

Direction Context
North-West ADARSH NAGAR METRO STATION
South-West METRO PARKING
South AZADPUR METRO STATION
East MODEL TOWN PHASE II

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3. Site photos

Photos showing existing condition6 of the


residential quarters, surroundings of residences
and connectivity between the spaces of the
MCD colony.

4. Design evolution
a) Thought process and Zoning of site

There are 7 elements which were taken in


consideration during thought process of
design evolution of the redevelopment of
MCD colony at Azadpur.

The main element of thought process for


design evolution was of one community and
class free community.

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Elements like responsible luxury; barrier free environment is the perfect blend of technology and
smart infrastructure which are very user friendly.

Another main element of the thought process for design evolution is walk ability and importance to
common amenities which is to reduce vehicular movement on the site and promote pedestrian
movement on the site. With promoting pedestrian movement another factor is considered for
design evolution i.e. to provide more open spaces for physical activity, creation of Wi-Fi zone in
parks, bicycle movement on the site, and also implementing idea of sustainability for the design
process or evolution of the Redevelopment of MCD staff colony at Azadpur.

Pocket 2 Pocket 1
Pocket 3

Commercial Commercial

Grand Trunk road

b) Activities according to zoning

The whole site is distributed in to different zones and every zone is dedicated to different types of
activities.

• Entry experience in the form of green boulevard

• Open space as lungs of the project.

• Health & fitness activities planned cross the central greens.

• Parking solution not compromising over green & open spaces

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Site Zoning

POCKET 1
POCK ET 2

SOCIAL
INFRASTRUCTURE
COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL

GRAND TRUCK ROAD

• Retaining existing trees central as well as peripheral


Central green

Green axis The site is distributed into 5 pockets. Pocket 1 and Pocket 2 are
residential zones. Pocket 3 is social infrastructure zone and other
Kid’s activities two pockets are commercial pockets and also that will be a public
place i.e. it will be open for local public other than only for people
Small greens
living in the towers.
Built mass

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c) Pedestrian friendly spaces

 Central green spine with integrated  Shaded and segregated pedestrian


walkways movement

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d) Wind direction through the site

Summer wind coming from North West to South east

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5. Site plan and Area calculation

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6. Circulation

Bicycle stand
Pedestrian movement

Commercial vehicular movement

Residential vehicular movement

Commercial basement entry

Commercial basement exit

Residential entry/exit

Residential entry

• The main motive was to reduce vehicular movement to least on the site so to promote
pedestrian movement and bicycle movement as it will automatically reduce air pollution and
sound pollution on the site.

• Promoting pedestrian tracks with green patches around the site will promote a healthy
infrastructure around the site and also help in improving air quality.

• Promoting pedestrian and bicycle movement will also have a healthy effect on the residents on
the site as the place around them will be noise free and pollution free to a maximum extent that
will cause a good impact on the health of the residents.

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7. Cost effectiveness
• Simple structural grid system in basement reduces structural cost.

• Where ever possible we have gone with shared wall concept.

• Modular design approach be in toilet / selection of material / door window size of material.

• No stilt has been provided wherein we have reduced inefficient spaces where car can’t be
parked & vehicular movement is required in both side of the tower.

• Central compact core balances the load distribution within the tower, which ultimately helps in
cost reduction.

• Optimization of D/W sizes.

• We have designed naturally ventilated basement with lots of cutout at regular interval which
reduces cost of mechanical ventilation and also basement are well lit during daytime.

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8. Sustainability

One of the measures taken in the design was to provide a healthy self-sustainable environment yet it
should be cost effective.

For achieving the required above some traditional methods of a sustainable site was taken in to
context of design such as solar energy generation system, solar heaters, rain water harvesting. With
the traditional methods of sustainability and new and smart technologies promoting sustainability
were also introduced in the design process of the redevelopment of mcd colony, Azadpur.

Also in the design process of the project DFI wanted to give more open spaces for the residents and
a clear and healthy environment to live-in. For the same DFI have provided maximum open spaces
on the site, pedestrian paths some covered by tress both sides and some are open spaces
pedestrian trails. Vehicular movement on the site is restricted and minimized to prevent causing of
noise pollution and air pollution on the site which will affect the health of the residents.

Open spaces, parks, bicycle tracks, Wi-Fi parks and other smart infrastructure provided through out
the side. Smart vending machines, smart lighting and signages are also provided with the above.

Smart waste, management system is also provided on the site to reuse and recycle the waste
generated on the site. Also provision of STP for reusing of water and rainwater harvesting on the site
to preserve and recharge the ground water.

Also the security of people living in the towers is also a major concern for that smart way was taken
by providing smart cards as locks key for the individual units for the security of residents residing on
site.

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a) Solar power generation

• Total solar energy generated is equivalent to 5% of the total energy demand.


• Considering solar panels over terraces and car park.
• Over car parks over 100 cars

The provision of solar panel system on the site allows


saving and generating renewable energy making the
site energy efficient.

The solar panels are not only to be use for


residential purposes but also be used throughout the
site to generate more renewable energy such as for
street light, bus terminals, vending kiosk, road beepers,
solar heaters, pedestrian lights, park lights.
Solar water heater

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b) Smart lightings, Signage


Site is provided with much multifunctional
smart Lighting, signage which are sustainable
and Energy efficient as they work mainly on
renewable Energy sources, also providing
security as it have CCTV camera mounted on
both side and also mounted signage and
dustbins at bottom to help the residents to
keep the site clean.

c) Smart horticulture

The provision of smart horticulture on the site allows low maintenance of indigenous plantation also
BIM operated sewage treatment plant and rainwater harvesting system allows the site to be self-
sustaining with low maintenance.

Also the provision of drip irrigation system help in avoiding water waste as it allow water to directly
drip slowly to the roots of plants which avoid less evaporation of water hence avoiding water waste.

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d) Smart waste management system

The provision of smart waste management system allows reusing and recycling the organic waste,
household waste and water waste generated. Also provision of segregated waste transportation
facility provided on the site is to allow better collection of waste according to their grade and
reusability.

e) Smart technology-card entry system

• Providing cards to residents to enter the township premises.

• Providing visitors cards to residents.

• Provision of fiber optic cable for high data capacity.

f) Landscape blending with existing profiles

• Proposed design intent is to retain maximum no. Of existing trees within the site.
• Entry/exit to the development is based on the analysis of the adjacent road.
• Phasing of the construction is done keeping in mind density of the existing development.

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g) Promoting healthy life style

There are two main motive of design for the redevelopment that is to promote sustainable
energy efficient living and promoting healthy life style. The idea of smart infrastructure is
implemented in design to promote healthy lifestyle and environment for the residents.

Pedestrian paths that are provided through out the site are covered with green patches around
the paths for jogging, morning walks, and open spaces. Around the pedestrian paths open
space is provided for sports activity, yoga and meditation. Promotion of less vehicular
movement, tree plantation and bicycle tracks for physical exercise and going
from one place to another on site so to reduce noise and air
pollution which have a good effect on the
residents around the site.

Covered pedestrian POCKET 3 POCKET 2 POCKET 1


COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL
walkways

Reduced vehicular
movement

Bicycle stands

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9. Green building measures-for achieving minimum GRIHA rating 3 stars


Green building considerations:
Following green building concepts are being followed in our proposed building design and
BOQ.
 We are proposing 3 star griha rating.

 To reduce hard paving on site/and or provide shaded hard paved surfaces. - Same will be
reflected in finishing BOQ.

 Enhance outdoor lighting system efficiency. -building is designed for max. Day light
harvesting and performance glass used for façade same will be reflected in finishing BOQ.

 Plan utilities efficiently and optimize on site circulation efficiency.-taken care of in planning.

 Provide minimum level of sanitation/safety facilities for construction workers. - Contractor to


ensure sanitation and safety facility.

 Reduce air pollution during construction.-to be part of contract document.

 Reduce landscape water requirement.

 Efficient water use during construction.-scope of contractor.

 Optimize building design to reduce conventional energy demand.

 Reduce volume and weight, and time of construction by adopting efficient.


Technologies (e.g. pre-cast systems, etc.).

 Waste water treatment. - proposed STP.

 Water recycle and reuse (including rainwater).

 Reduction in waste during construction. - Contractor scope.

 Efficient waste segregation. - Part of design.

 Storage and disposal of wastes. - Part of building.

 Resource recovery from waste.

 Use low voc paints, adhesives, sealants. - will be part of finishing item BOQ.

 Acceptable outdoor and indoor noise levels.

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10. Exterior views

Aerial view of the site

Aerial view of the entry to the residential towers

View of centralized entry to the site

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View showing the commercial center

View showing the entance porch View showing green terraces

Aerial view of the entry to the residential towers

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Views showing the connectivity of the green spaces with the built spaces

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Green spaces ahead of the centeralised entry

View of tower canopy

View of circulation space and green


space around the tower

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11. Interior views

View of atrium

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View from first floor corridor

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S.S Cladding

Wooden
cladding

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Office entrance lobby view-1

Office entrance lobby view-2

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Office entrance lobby view-3

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STRUCTURE DESIGN BASIS


REPORT

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TABLE OF CONTENT

S. No. Description Page No.


1 Structural Design 31
2 Structural system 31
3 Design approach 32
4 General arrangement 32
5 Materials 32-33
6 Exposure condition 33-34
7 Expansion joint/separation section 34
8 Limit state method 34-35
9 Working stress method 35
10 Structural analysis, load and load combinations 35-39

11 Some of the Important Indian Standards 39-40


12 Design references and hand books 40

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1. Structural design:-
The main considerations followed for the design of structures are:
(a) Structure safety and stability.
(b) To meet the demands of aesthetics conceived by the architect.
(c) Availability of material, equipment and expertise.
(d) Constructability and ease of maintenance.
(e) Durability.
(f) Economy.

Following buildings are proposed in the re-development of staff colony:

Nos. of Nos. of Nos. of


Sl. No. Building Description
Total Blocks floors Units

1 TOWER B1 TO B2 2 2B+G+20 240

TOWER E1 TO E4 4 2B+G+20 480


2

3 TOWER D1-D3-D4-D5 4 2B+G+20 480

4 TOWER D2 1 2B+G+20 120

TOWER C1 TO C4 4 2B+G+20 480


5

TOWER A1 TO A4 2 2B+G+20 228


6

COMMERCIAL TOWERS 2B+G+11


7 2
stepped

2. Structural system:-
All the buildings shall be designed as RCC shear wall/RCC framed structure with RCC
slab, beams in commercial towers and non tower areas, for residential towers RCC Shear
walled structure with monolithic construction shall be adopted. All the buildings shall be
designed in accordance with the relevant Indian Code of Practice for civil works i.e. IS: 456,
IS: 875, IS: 1893-2016, IS: 4326 and IS -13920-2016, IS:16700-2017 with up to date
revisions. The in-plane rigidity of slab shall be simulated in the model by providing moment
of inertia of slabs in the floor beams in both the directions.

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3. Design approach:-

Structural Modeling: Three dimensional model of buildings shall be generated in


STAAD Pro software. All the beams shall be idealized as Beam Elements. All the shear
walls and slabs shall be idealized as shell element. The structure shall be analyzed
using Response Spectrum Method and designed for all possible combinations of gravity
loads (dead and live loads), and lateral loads (earthquake load and wind loads).

4. General arrangement:

i. Superstructure:

(a) It shall be RCC framed structure with shear walls providing ductile behaviour as per
IS 4326-2013, IS 13920-2016, IS1893(Part-I):2016 and other relevant codes.

(b) The in-fill wall shall be Burnt Clay- Fly Ash Bricks/RCC walls.

ii. Foundations:

a) Piled raft shall be proposed below the towers and isolated pile caps shall proposed
below commercial tower and non tower area. All the raft and isolated pile caps shall
be connected by a thick stitch slab to counter water pressure.
b) The foundation shall be designed as per relevant BIS codes.
c) Note: The proposed foundation system is indicative and for reference only. For the
final foundation system, EPC Contractor shall do their own soil investigation which
shall get approved from WAPCOS Limited before finalising the foundation.

5. Materials:

A. Cement:

I. For all RCC Works


Portland Pozzalana cement or OPC with fly ash conforming to IS 1489 Part 1 shall
be used.
Sulphate Resistance Cement (SRC) shall be used in case the Chlorides & Sulphates
etc. are found in soil and water more than the permissible limits, as per IS456:2000.

II. Ready Mix Concrete (RMC)/Batch Mix Plant (BMC)

Ready Mix Concrete shall be used conforming to IS 4926 and other relevant codes.
Concrete mix from Batch Mixing Plant may also be used provided that plant is fully
automatic& computerized and conform to BIS Code IS 4925 (latest version with
approved amendments). If, PPC shall only be used and no other constituents such
as Fly Ash shall be added to PPC. Authentic certificate shall be provided by the EPC
Contractor confirming that no use of constituents such as Fly ash are mixed with
PPC for every batch.

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If in any case, fly ash needs to be mixed as a constituent then it will be only mixed
with OPC (and not with PPC) with prior approval of WAPCOS and Engineer-in-
Charge.
B. Reinforcement:

I. Reinforcement (including secondary reinforcement) for:


TMT bars of Fe 500/550 D grade/conforming to IS: 1786-2008, IS 13920-2016, IS
456- 2000; all latest editions with up to date amendments and relevant CPWD
specification shall be used.
In design calculation, stresses in reinforcement in Stirrups shall be taken as 415
N/mm2 as per IS: 456-2000 and other relevant Codes.

NOTE:
 Minimum M 30 (Design Mix) to be used for columns, slabs and beams etc. of all
RCC structures, unless specified.
 Minimum M 30 (Design Mix) to be used for water retaining structures.
 Minimum M-30 Grade for RCC walls.
Item Concrete Grade
Footings: M30

Raft Slab: M30


Stitch slab: M30
Column/Shear walls: M30-M45
Beams: M30-M45
Slab: M30-M45
Retaining Walls: M30
Water Tank Walls: M30
Note: For residential towers, grade of concrete shall be kept same for
slab/beams and shear walls/columns in each floor because of monolithic
construction.
II. Reinforcement Steel:
All reinforcement shall confirm to IS: 1786–2008 and other relevant BIS Codes having
minimum yield strength of 500 MPa.
However, the maximum stress for the design of stirrups shall be taken as 415 N/mm 2.
6. Exposure condition:

(a) For the superstructure, it shall be considered “moderate” as per IS456:2000.


(b) For foundations, it shall be taken “moderate” or “severe” etc. as per actual site /soil
conditions.

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As per clause 6.1.3 of IS 13920-2016, minimum beam width is 200mm and as per
clause 7.1.2, minimum column dimension is 200mm. However, in frames which have
beams with centre to centre span exceeding 5m or columns of unsupported length
exceeding 4m, column shall not be less than 300mm, as per IS13920.

Note: The bottom nominal cover for slab (in foundations) connecting pile caps shall
be 50mm.

7. Expansion joint/separation section:

The blocks shall be separated from each other by providing appropriate


separation/expansion gap calculated as per maximum deflection at top level to meet with
requirements of relevant provisions of Indian Standards IS:1893-2016, IS: 456-2000, IS
4326-2013 and other relevant codes.

The separation/ expansion joints shall be treated with appropriate material as per relevant
BIS Codes/ CPWD Guidelines. Approval for same shall be taken from WAPCOS before
execution.

8. Limit state method :

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The super structure and foundations of all the structures except water retaining
structures shall be designed by limit state method. The basic parameters (Values of
stress, strain etc.) for limit-state theory shall be governed by the relevant provisions
of IS:456-2000 with up to date amendments.

9. Working stress method:

The water retaining structures shall be designed by Working stress method.


All the relevant clauses of NBC (Latest Version), Latest wind codes, Seismic codes
and other relevant codes with up to date amendments shall be followed.

Thermal comfort levels are ensured as per relevant BIS Codes by providing
sufficient thickness of walling/roof material.

The number and scale of structural drawings shall be such that it gives complete
clarity for understanding and proper execution.

10. Structural analysis, load and load combinations

a) Dead load :

All the permanent loads on the structure shall be applied as dead load. The dead load
in a building shall comprise of self weight of beams, columns, walls, partitions, floors,
roofs and also include the weight of all other permanent constructions in the building
and shall conform to IS: 875 (part-I) Schedule of unit weights of buildings materials.
Unit weight of various materials considered on the structural members considered
follows:

S.No. Item Density (t/m3)

1 Concrete 2.50

2 Steel 7.85

3 Saturated Soil 2.0

4 Water 1.0

5 Glass 2.6

6 Aluminum 2.7

7 Aerated Light Weight Blocks nm 0.7

8 Dry Wall Partitions (102 mm thk.) 0.05 T/m2

9 100mm Fly ash blocks with 25mm Plaster 0.20 T/m2

10 200mm Fly ash blocks with 25mm Plaster 0.34 T/m2

11 115mm Brick Work with 25mm Plaster 0.275 T/m2

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12 230mm Brick Work with 25mm Plaster 0.50 T/ m2

Following loads shall be considered in structure for analysis:-


a) Self wt of structure.
b) Slab thickness and floor finish – as per actual.
c) Earth fills above basement roof – as per actual.
d) Wall loads – as per actual.

b) Imposed loads:

Live loads on the entire floor shall comprise all loads other than dead loads. The
minimum live loads on different occupancies shall be considered as per IS: 875 (Part
2). Live load shall be considered in design as per Table 1 of IS: 875 (Part 2) as
follows:

1. Residential Building:
a. Living & bed rooms 0.2 T / m2.
b. Toilets and bathrooms 0.2 T / m2.
c. Kitchen 0.2 T / m2.
d. Corridors, passages, staircases including 0.3 T /m2.
fire escapes, lobbies, balconies
e. Terrace 0.15 T / m2.
f. Parking 0.5 T/ m2.
g. Extended Basement/Fire tender 1.0 t/m2/ 60 TON ( in two
point Loads)

2. Commercial Building:
a. Office area 0.4 T / m2
b. Toilets 0.3 T / m2
c. Corridors, passages, staircases including
lobbies, balconies, and ramps. 0.5 T/m2
d. Entertainment area. 0.5 T/ m2
e. Retail area. 0.5 T/ m2
f. AHU Area 0.5 T / m2
g. Refuge area 0.5 T / m2
h. Terrace 0.5 T / m2
i. Extended Basement/Fire tender 2
1.0 t/m / 60 TON ( in two point Loads)

c) Wind load:

The wind load has been taken as per IS: 875 (Part-3) and wind pressure calculation
done as follows:
Pz = 0.6 (Vz) 2 N/sqm
Pz = Wind pressure,
Vz = K1 K2 K3 K4 Vb Where,
Vz = Design wind velocity

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Vb = Basic wind speed = 47m/s

K1, K2, K3 & K4 shall be taken as per IS: 875 (Part-3) and other relevant Codes.

d) Earthquake forces

The project site falls in Zone IV. Earthquake resistance shall be considered to be offered
by moment resisting frames/shear walls. The response of the structure to the ground
motion shall be a function of the nature of the foundation soil and the foundation system
adopted. Considering the geological characteristics of the area, appropriate type of
foundation shall be at sufficient depth below the natural ground level. The foundation shall
be analyzed and designed as per the relevant IS Codes.

The structure is to be designed for the minimum static seismic base shear set out by IS
1893 (Part 1): 2016 using the parameters shown in the table below. These forces are
treated as ultimate forces.

Seismic Zone Zone IV


Seismic Zone Factor, 0.24
‘Z’
Soil Profile, Type-I As per soil report
Occupancy of Residential &Commercial Building.
building
Seismic Importance 1.2 for Towers / Blocks other than Commercial Blocks.
Factor ‘I’ 1.5 for Commercial Blocks

Response Reduction R= 4.0 for residential monolithic shear walled frame


Factor structures/towers.
R = 5.0 for commercial towers and non tower areas
[All members(shear walls, columns, beams etc.) shall be made
ductile as per IS 13920-2016 and other relevant codes].
Fundamental Period T = 0.075 x( H)^0.75 for commercial and non tower area.
of Vibration T = 0.09*(H)/√d for residential buildings
H – Height of Building above Ground Floor LVL.
Seismic Building To include all components of Self Weight, Superimposed Dead
Weight Load, any other permanent weight and 25%/50% of Live Load.

Dumping 2% for wind loads


5% for seismic loads

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Response spectrum method shall be used as per IS: 1893 (Part-1) 2016 with the
following data:

Design horizontal seismic coefficient Ah = (Z/2) X (I/R) X (Sa/g)

The Indian Standard Criteria for Safety of Tall Buildings IS: 16700- 2017 shall be
complied in the structural design.

In accordance with clause 6.3.3.1 of IS 1893 (Part 1) -2016, the effects due to vertical
earthquake ground shaking shall be considered as the building structures are located in
Seismic zone IV.

e) Temperature Load:

Temperature load shall be applied as per relevant BIS Codes wherever length of structure
exceeds 45m.

f) Ductile structures:

The structure shall be made ductile as per IS 1893-2016, IS 13920-2016 (With up to date
amendments) and other relevant codes.

g) Water retaining structures:

The water retaining structures shall be designed by using working stress method.
For this, relevant provisions of IS 3370(part-1 to part-4) shall be followed.
Earthquake forces, in addition to other forces, shall also be considered in the design
of water retaining structures.

h) Load combination

1. 1.5* (DL + LL)


2. 1.5*(DL+/-EQX)
3. 1.5*(DL+/-EQZ)
4. 1.2*(DL+LL+/-EQX)
5. 1.2*(DL+LL+/-EQZ)
6. 0.9*DL+/-1.5EQX
7. 0.9*DL+/-1.5EQZ
8. 1.5*(DL+/-WLX)
9. 1.5*(DL+/-WLX)
10. 0.9*DL+/-1.5WLX
11. 0.9*DL+/-1.5WLZ
12. 1.2*(DL+0.25RLL+/-WLX)
13. 1.2*(DL+0.25RLL+/-WLZ)
14. 1.5(DL+/-EQX+/-0.3EQY+/-0.3EQZ)
15. 1.5(DL+/-EQZ+/-0.3EQX+/-0.3EQY)
16. 1.2(DL+LL+/-EQX+/-0.3EQY+/-0.3EQZ)
17. 1.2(DL+LL+/-EQZ+/-0.3EQX+/-0.3EQY)
18. 0.9DL+1.5(EQX+/-0.3EQY+/-0.3EQZ)
19. 0.9DL+1.5(EQZ+/-0.3EQX+/-0.3EQY)

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 Notations
DL = Dead Load
WL = Wall Load
LL = Live Load
RLL = Reduced Live Load
EQX = Earthquake Load in X-direction
EQY = Earthquake Load in Y-direction
EQZ = Earthquake Load in Z-direction
WLX = Wind Load in X-direction
WLZ = Wind Load in Z-direction
Whereas X & Z are two principal axes.

Combinations shows above are minimum. Additional load combinations shall


also be taken as per IS 1893-2016 and other relevant codes for structural
analysis.

11. Some of the Important Indian Standards:

S. No. CODE NAME

1 IS: 1893 – 2016 Criteria for Earthquake resistant deign of Structures

Ductile detailing of Reinforced Concrete Structures subjected


2 IS: 13920
to Seismic forces.

3 IS 16700 : 2017 Criteria for Structural Safety of Tall Concrete Buildings.

4 IS: 4326 – 1993 Earthquake resistant Design and construction of Buildings

Code and Practice for Design Loads (Other than earthquake)


IS: 875 (Part I to
5 for Building and Structures like Dead, Imposed, Wind and
III & Part V)
other Loads

6 IS: 456 – 2000 Plain and Reinforced Concrete (Code of practice)

7 SP: 16 Design aids for Reinforced concrete Structure.

8 SP: 34 Handbook on Concrete Reinforcement and Detailing

IS: 3370 Part I, Code of practice for Concrete structures for the storage of
9 Part II and Part liquids.
IV

Specification for High Strength Deformed Steel bars and wires


10 IS: 1786 for concrete reinforcement

Code and Practice for design and Construction of Foundations


11 IS: 1904
in Soils

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Code and Practice for Design and Construction of Raft


12 IS: 2950 Foundations

13 IS: 800-2007 Code of Practice for general Construction in Steel.

14 IS: 1343-1980 Code of Practice for Pre-stressed Concrete.

12. Design references and hand books:-

S.N
o. Name of Book Author

1 Reinforced Concrete Design W.H.Mosley

2 Foundation Analysis & Design (4th Edition) Bowles

3 Foundation Design and Construction Tomlinson

Warner, Rangan, Hall & Faulkes


4 Concrete Structures (Longman, 1998)

Fourth Edition, Reynolds &


5 Reinforced Concrete Designers Handbook Steedman

S Unnikrishna Pillai, Devdas


6 Reinforced Concrete Design (Second Edition) Menon

7 Reinforced Concrete S. N. Sinha

8 Reinforced Concrete O. P. Jain

9 Design of steel structure P. Dayaratanam

10 Prestress Concrete Structure P. Dayaratanam

11 Handbook of concrete, Engineering Mark Fintel

12 Properties of concrete A.M.Neville

Dynamic of Structures: Theory and Application to


13 Earthquake Engineering Anil K. Chopra

14 Tall building structures: Analysis and design B.S.Smith & Caull

15 Structural Analysis C.S.Reddy

NOTE: All the codes referred/ used shall be of latest versions (with up to date
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LANDSCAPE DESIGN BASIS


REPORT

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Volume-III PART-3 Landscape Design Basis Report

CONTENTS

Page No.
SL. NO. DESCRIPTION

1.0 Introduction 42

2.0 Zoning Plan 42-75

3.0 Site Landscape Vision Concept 51-76

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1.0 INTRODUCTION

The proposed Redevelopment of Azadpur “Staff colony” at Grand Trunk road opposite Azadpur
metro station, New Delhi is an existing NDMC staff colony covering an area of 22.78 Acres.

2.0 LANDSCAPE ZONING PLAN

LANDSCAPE CONCEPT:

1. The concept of both Green Lungs of the project (ZONE-A & ZONE-B) is to give a positive
Feeling and Pleasant Outdoor Environment.
2. To Increase WALKABILITY.
3. With regular Covered & open Resting Spaces (Plazas, Gazebo etc).
4. The overall visual of the space is to increase Green with Seasonal & Shaded Plantation.
5. The entry Experience is in the form of an artistic green central spine (ZONE-C) with regular
Siting Spaces and a Sculptured element.
6. Both Habitable zones (A & B) are provided with Kids Play Areas.
7. Both Habitable zones (A & B) Club areas are equipped with Active Recreational spaces like
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2.1 TREE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY:

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2.2 SITE FINISHING SCHEDULE:

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OPEN GYM AREA:

WHERE IS THE EQUIPMENT USED?


Housing Developments
1. Use 106 funding
2. Promotes social cohesion
3. Helps keeps youths away from playgrounds

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3.0 SITE LANDSCAPE VISION CONCEPT

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PLANTERS & RESTING SPACES


LOCATION: SWIMMING POOL

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PLANTERS BOXES & SEATS

LOCATION: TERRACE LANDSCAPE

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Location: At regular intervals along 1.5M wide Pathways, besides Grass Mounds etc

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Location:
At irregular
suitable locations.

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Location: At desired loations on Site.

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Location:
At Terrace
Landscape

Location: In Central Zone-C.

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Location: At desired loations on Site.

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Location: At desired loations on 1.5M wide pathway.

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Location: 02No’s in Both Zones A & B.

Location: At Desired Locations on site.

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Location: 2No.s in Both Zones A & B.

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Location: 04No.s in Zone-B.

Location: At Desired Locations on site.

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Location: At feature wall beside swimming pool.

Location:
On Site
Parking.

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Location: At desired locations on Site.

Location: Rest All Below Imagery can be used at desired Locations on site.

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TERRACE LANDSCAPE ELEMENTS:

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LIGHTING PALLETE:

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INDEX

S. No. Description Page No.

1. Electrical works 76-104

2. HVAC works 105-113

3. Plumbing & fire fighting works 113-142

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1. Electrical system

1.1 Objective

The Electrical design objective is to achieve sustainable buildings that are energy and resource efficient and
promote a healthier environment for building occupants in compliance with GRIHA-3 Rating.

1.2 Legal & statutory compliances

Our Electrical system design shall be based on compliance with the local and national codes,
standards, bye-laws & regulations such as NBC 2016, ECBC-2017, GRIHA, NEC, BIS, NFPA, NFC
and IEC etc. Further details are given under each services head in this report.

1.3 Electrical & low voltage design services

Detailed design engineering complete Electrical & Low Voltage Services-

 Power source from SEB


 Load Calculation & Substation Design
 Backup Power source.
 Electrical Installation (External & Internal)
 Addressable Fire Alarm & Detection System
 Public Address system.
 CCTV system.
 Computer Network (Low Side & High Side) with Fibre optical back bone
 Telecommunications Service
 Audio / Video Conferencing.
 Vertical Transportation system
 Lightning Conductor installation.
 Electrical landscaping both internal and external installation.
 Access Control system
 Wi-Fi Multifunctional Poles
 Boom Barriers
 Under Vehicle scanning system
 Any other system related to the work.

1.4 Source of power

The electrical system design shall be based on receipt of Bulk Supply Connection from SEB.

1.5 SEB power supply voltage

The demand load for the Residential premises is 14.7 MW.


The demand load for the Commercial blocks is 5.7 MW.
So Power supply shall be catered at 33 KV from SEB to meet this load demand. Commercial shall
have separate HT Metering at main receiving station from SEB apart from residential. Electricity
connection shall be taken by contractor from SEB on the basis of Total Maximum Demand Load
of 20.4MW.

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1.6 ELECTRICAL LOAD CALCULATION:


REDEVELOPMENT OF AZADPUR DELHI-LOAD DETAIL (ZONE-I)
Total
Demand
Total Total load in
No. of No. of Total Connected
Area Type FAR Total Demand KW for DG
S.N Total no. Units Units Area of @ 15KW Dive
Descripti of per FAR in load in (5 kVA for
o. of Floors per per Units in PER 1000 rsity
on Units unit in Sq. Mt. KW for 3 and 4
Floor Tower Sq. ft. SQFT.
Sq. Mt. T/R BHK, 3
kVA for 2
BHK)
ZONE-I
TOWER-
1
A1 & A2
UNIT
G+20 2.00 80.00 169.01 13520.80 145537.89 2183.07 0.40 873.23 320.00
A
UNIT
G+20 1.00 34.00 169.01 5746.34 61853.60 927.80 0.40 371.12 136.00
B

TOWER-
2 D1, D2 &
D3
UNIT
G+20 4.00 252.00 69.62 17544.24 188846.20 2832.69 0.40 1133.08 604.80
A
UNIT
G+20 2.00 108.00 69.62 7518.96 80934.09 1214.01 0.40 485.60 259.20
B

Total in
7158 2863 1320
KW

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Transfor
mer
Capacity
Considering P.F. 0.875, 3272
=
Maximum Demand in KVA KVA
Adopting
4674
Transformer loading =
KVA
@ 70%
Transformer Capacity works out to be = 3 Nos.x 1600KVA

DG Capacity
Taking Overall
792 KW
diversity
Considering P.F. 0.8, Maximum Demand in KVA = 990 KVA
Adopting DG loading @ 80% = 1238 KVA
DG Capacity works out to be = 1 No.x 1250KVA

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Total
Demand
Total Total load in
No. of No. of Total Total Connected
Total Type FAR Demand KW for DG
Area Units Units FAR Area of @ 15KW Dive
S.No. no. of of per load in (5 kVA for
Description per per in Sq. Units in PER 1000 rsity
Floors Units unit in KW for 3 and 4
Floor Tower Mt. Sq. ft. SQFT.
Sq. Mt. T/R BHK, 3
kVA for 2
BHK)
ZONE-II
1 TOWER-B1
G+20 UNIT4 4.00 84.00 104.55 8782.20 94531.60 1417.97 0.40 567.19 336.00
UNIT
G+20 2.00 36.00 125.09 4503.24 48472.88 727.09 0.40 290.84 144.00
4S

2 TOWER-B2
G+20 UNIT 4 4.00 84.00 104.55 8782.20 94531.60 1417.97 0.40 567.19 336.00
UNIT
G+20 2.00 36.00 125.09 4503.24 48472.88 727.09 0.40 290.84 144.00
4S

TOWER-C1
3
& C2
G+20 UNIT4 2.00 84.00 104.55 8782.20 94531.60 1417.97 0.40 567.19 336.00
UNIT
G+20 2.00 72.00 125.09 9006.48 96945.75 1454.19 0.40 581.67 288.00
4S
UNIT A
G+20 2.00 84.00 69.26 5817.84 62623.23 939.35 0.40 375.74 201.60
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TOWER-C3
4
& C4
G+20 UNIT 4 2.00 84.00 104.55 8782.20 94531.60 1417.97 0.40 567.19 336.00
UNIT
G+20 2.00 72.00 125.09 9006.48 96945.75 1454.19 0.40 581.67 288.00
4S
UNIT A
G+20 2.00 84.00 69.62 5848.08 62948.73 944.23 0.40 377.69 201.60
(III)

Total in KW 11918 4767 2611

Transformer
Capacity
Considering P.F. 0.875, Maximum Demand in
= 5448 KVA
KVA
Adopting Transformer loading @ 70% = 7783 KVA
Transformer Capacity works out to be = 4 Nos.x 2000KVA

DG Capacity
Taking Overall diversity 1567 KW
Considering P.F. 0.8, Maximum Demand in KVA = 1958 KVA
Adopting DG loading @ 80% = 2448 KVA
1 No.x 1500KVA +1
DG Capacity works out to be =
No.x 1010KVA

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Total
Demand
No. Total Total
No. of Total Connected load in KW
Total Type of FAR Total Deman
S.N Area Units Area of @ 15KW Diversi for DG (5
no. of of Units per FAR in d load
o. Description per Units in PER 1000 ty kVA for 3
Floors Units per unit in Sq. Mt. in KW
Tower Sq. ft. SQFT. and 4 BHK,
Floor Sq. Mt. for T/R
3 kVA for 2
BHK)
ZONE-III
TOWER-A3 &
1
A4
G+20 UNIT A 2.00 80.00 169.01 13520.80 145537.89 2183.07 0.40 873.23 320.00
G+20 UNIT B 1.00 34.00 169.01 5746.34 61853.60 927.80 0.40 371.12 136.00

TOWER-D4 &
2
D5
G+20 UNIT A 4.00 168.00 69.62 11696.16 125897.47 1888.46 0.40 755.38 403.20
G+20 UNIT B 2.00 72.00 69.62 5012.64 53956.06 809.34 0.40 323.74 172.80

TOWER-E1,
3
E2, E3 & E4
UNIT A
G+20 4.00 336.00 64.07 21527.52 231722.23 3475.83 0.40 1390.33 806.40
(II)
UNIT B
G+20 2.00 144.00 69.62 10025.28 107912.11 1618.68 0.40 647.47 345.60
(III)

Total in KW 10903 4361 2184

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Transformer
Capacity
Considering P.F. 0.875, Maximum Demand in 4984
=
KVA KVA
Adopting Transformer loading @ 7120
=
70% KVA
Transformer Capacity works out to be = 3 Nos.x 2500KVA

DG Capacity
Taking Overall
1310 KW
diversity
Considering P.F. 0.8, Maximum Demand in KVA = 1638 KVA
Adopting DG loading @ 80% = 2048 KVA
1 No.x 1010 KVA + 1
DG Capacity works out to be =
No.x 1250 KVA

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REDEVELOPMENT OF AZADPUR DELHI- COMMON SERVICES LOAD DETAIL


Total
Total Area Connected @ Total
Total FAR Demand
S.No. Area Description of Units in 0.5W PER Diversity Demand load
in Sq. Mt. load in KW
Sq. ft. SQFT. in KW for T/R
for DG
ZONE-1
1 Basement. (@ 0.5 W per sqft) 30488.00 328050.88 164.03 0.80 131.22 131.22

2 Common Area. (@ 0.5 W per sqft) 10527.00 113270.52 56.64 0.80 45.31 45.31

3 Mechanical Ventilation 30488 328050.9 329 0.3 98.7 98.7

4 CLUB-1 2034 21893.98 218.94 0.60 131.36 131.36

5 External Development 15.0 0.8 12.0 12.0

ZONE-2
1 Basement. (@ 0.5 W per sqft) 35324.00 380086.24 190.04 0.80 152.03 152.03

2 Common Area. (@ 0.5 W per sqft) 15336.00 165015.36 82.51 0.80 66.01 66.01

3 Mechanical Ventilation 35324 380086.2 329 0.3 98.7 98.7

4 External Development 15.0 0.8 12.0 12.0

Plumbing Loads (Pumps and


5 105.0 0.6 63.0 63.0
Water Treatment)

6 Fire Fighting load 300.0 only Jockey 30.0 30.0

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7 STP 80.0 0.6 48.0 48.0
ZONE-3
1 Basement. (@ 0.5 W per sqft) 43002.00 462701.52 231.35 0.80 185.08 185.08

2 Common Area. (@ 0.5 W per sqft) 16449.00 176991.24 88.50 0.80 70.80 70.80

3 Mechanical Ventilation 43002 462701.5 329 0.3 98.7 98.7

4 CLUB-2 2034 21893.98 218.93976 0.6 131.36386 131.36

5 External Development 15.0 0.8 12.0 12.0

Total in KW 2768 1386 1386

Transformer Capacity
Considering P.F. 0.875, Maximum Demand in KVA = 1584 KVA
Adopting Transformer loading @ 70% = 2263 KVA
Transformer Capacity works out to be = 2 Nos.x 1250KVA

DG Capacity
Taking Overall diversity 1109 KW
Considering P.F. 0.8, Maximum Demand in KVA = 1386 KVA
Adopting DG loading @ 80% = 1733 KVA
1 No.x 1010KVA + 1 No.x
DG Capacity works out to be =
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Area of Unit Total Total
Total Total Connected @
in Sq. ft. Demand Demand
S.No. Area Description no. of FAR in 10KW PER Diversity
(Built up load in KW load in KW
unit Sq. Mt. 1000 SQFT.
Area) for T/R for DG
1 COMMERCIAL
COMMERCIAL 69219 745072.6 7450.7 0.70 5215.5 5215.5

2 Mechanical Ventilation 40995.00 441106.20 360.0 0.3 108.0 108.0

Basement. (@ 0.5 W per


3 40995.00 441106.20 220.55 0.80 176.44 176.44
sqft)

Common Area. (@ 0.5 W


4 11970.00 128797.20 64.40 0.80 51.52 51.52
per sqft)

5 External Development 20.0 0.8 16.0 16.0

Plumbing Loads (Pumps 60.0 0.6 36.0


36.0
6 and Water Treatment)

Fire Fighting load only 30.0 30.0


300.0
7 Jockey

8 STP 60.0 0.6 36.0 36.0

TOTAL 8535.7 5669.5 5669.5

Transformer Capacity
Considering P.F. 0.95, Maximum Demand in
= 5968 KVA
KVA

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Area of Unit Total Total
Total Total Connected @
in Sq. ft. Demand Demand
S.No. Area Description no. of FAR in 10KW PER Diversity
(Built up load in KW load in KW
unit Sq. Mt. 1000 SQFT.
Area) for T/R for DG
Adopting Transformer loading @
= 7460 KVA
80%
Transformer Capacity works out to be = 4 Nos.x 2000KVA

DG Capacity
Considering P.F. 0.8, Maximum Demand in
= 7087 KVA
KVA
Adopting DG loading @ 80% = 8859 KVA
5 No.x 1500KVA + 1 No.x
DG Capacity works out to be = 1010KVA + 1 No. x
500KVA

2 EDUCATION
SCHOOL 15960.00 171793.4 1717.9 0.70 1202.6

PSS Capacity
Considering P.F. 0.95, Maximum Demand in
= 1266 KVA
KVA
Adopting Transformer loading @
= 1582 KVA
80%
PSS Capacity works out to be = 1 No.x 1600KVA

DG Capacity
Considering P.F. 0.8, Maximum Demand in KVA = 1503 KVA
Adopting DG loading @ 80% = 1879 KVA

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Area of Unit Total Total
Total Total Connected @
in Sq. ft. Demand Demand
S.No. Area Description no. of FAR in 10KW PER Diversity
(Built up load in KW load in KW
unit Sq. Mt. 1000 SQFT.
Area) for T/R for DG
2 No.x 750KVA + 1 No. x
DG Capacity works out to be =
500KVA

3 OTHER FACILITY
RELIGIOUS BUILDING 1164.80 12537.9 125.4 0.6 75.2 75.2

TOTAL 125.4 75.2 75.2

PSS Capacity
Considering P.F. 0.95, Maximum Demand in KVA = 79 KVA
Adopting Transformer loading @ 80% = 99 KVA
PSS Capacity works out to be = 1 No.x 100KVA

DG Capacity
Considering P.F. 0.8, Maximum Demand in KVA = 94 KVA
Adopting DG loading @ 80% = 118 KVA

DG Capacity works out to be = 1 No.x 125KVA

The contractor shall make final load calculation as per prevailing local bye –laws and NBC whichever is more stringent and get them
approved from the client. The capacities indicated in DBR are minimum capacities and any rating/capacities required over and above
the indicated capacity shall be provided by the contractor at his own expense.

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1.7 H.T. power distribution system


 H.T. Metering room:

As per Regulations, H.T. Metering Room for 33 KV is to be provided near the entrance gate
on Ground Floor. A room measuring 4.0M x 4.0M, with a clear height of 4.0 Meter (Height
shall be measured from F.F.L. TO B.O.B.) to be provided for H.T. Metering Panel. The H.T.
Meter room shall be accessible to the directly from main public road.

 Substation equipment I/C transformer & ht panel

It is proposed that for ultimate load requirement of 20.4 MW (Residential, Common


area & Commercial loads), power supply shall be given by state Govt. at 33 KV Supply.
The space required for 33 KV receiving station shall be provided within the complex as
per the requirement of SEB. The substation shall be equipped with VCB, floor rolling
type breakers. Further distribution shall be at 11 KV supply voltage through
underground 11 KV cables and 2 Nos. of 33/11 KV power transformers suitable to cater
ultimate load demand of the complex. These transformers shall have ON Load Tap
changer (OLTC).

Step down 11kV supply shall be distributed up to 4 nos. of sub-stations and 2 nos. Packaged
sub-stations through 11kV cables. These 11/0.433 kV sub-stations shall be located in
basement. Both PSS shall be inter connected through a ring main unit and a 11 KV underground
XLPE cable. Metering at receiving station and individually shall be carried out by the state
electricity board within the premises as per local norms.

It is assumed that to cater commercial load demand of 5.7 MW, separate 33KV
metering shall be done by SEB at MRS. 4 Nos. 2000KVA 33/0.433 KV dry type Step
down transformers are proposed in Basement.

 H.T. Panel:

The indoor type 33KV, VCB Breaker Panel shall be provided with adequate protective
device like Over Current Protection, Short Circuit Protection & Earth Fault Protection with
instantaneous protection. The auxiliary relay for connectivity of transformer safety devices
(Winding Temperature with their control cabling) to be provided in the each outgoing feeder
of H.T. Panel. H.T. Panel shall be indoor type and as per IEC 62271-200 and relevant IS
code. Panel shall be communicable on IEC61850 with sufficient DI/DO and local display to
show SLD, Line current etc.

 Transformer:
Total load requirement of the complex shall be fulfilled by 2 x 31.5 MVA, 33/11 KV, Oil
type transformers with on load tap changer on HV Side. The tap changer range shall be
(+) 5.0% to (-) 15.0% in step of 1.25%. However, prior approval shall be taken by
bidders from electrical inspectorate before installing sub-station equipment.
Transformer shall be outdoor type and as per relevant IS code. Losses of transformer
shall be as per latest ECBC regulation. Natural Ester Oil shall be used in these oil type
transformers. Main MRS transformers shall be with nitrogen injection fire protection.

These shall be 3Nos. 2500 kVA, 4Nos. 2000 kVA, 3Nos. 1600 kVA and 2Nos. 1250 kVA,
11/.433 KV rated cast resin dry type transformer located inside the building at the first
basement to cater load demand of residential premises. 1 no. 100 KVA Compact sub-
station with dry type transformer proposed for religious building. 1 No. 11KV feeder
shall be kept spare for School buildings.

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4 Nos. 2000 KVA 33/0.433 KV rated cast resin dry type transformer located inside the
building at the first basement to cater load demand of Commercial blocks. All dry type
Transformers shall be provided with OFF LOAD circuit taps in the range of + 10% to -
10% in steps of 2.5% each. There will be OFF load tap changer on the H.T. winding
controlled by automatic voltage regulator to maintain constant voltage in specified
range of variation and shall have losses as per ECBC compliant as per IS amended up
to date. All dry type Transformers shall be of class H insulation with copper foil in both
HV and LV windings. Gas flooding system shall be provided for all dry type
transformers located in basements as per coded requirement.

The transformers will be provided with all the necessary protections as required.

Transformers ratings are as follows:-

TRANSFORMER DETAIL
Type of
S.NO RATIN QTY Voltage
AREA Transforme
. G . level
r
Main Receiving 31.5
1 2 33/11 KV Oil Type
Station(MRS) MVA
1600 11/0.433
2 ZONE-I 3 Dry Type
KVA KV
2000 11/0.433
3 ZONE-II 4 Dry Type
KVA KV
2500 11/0.433
4 ZONE-III 3 Dry Type
KVA KV
2000 33/0.433
5 COMMERCIAL 4 Dry Type
KVA KV
PSS with Dry
RELIGIOUS 11/0.433
6 100 KVA 1 Type
BUILDING KV
transformer
COMMON AREA 1250 11/0.433
7 2 Dry Type
RESIDENTIAL KVA KV

The contractor shall make final load calculation as per prevailing local bye –laws and
NBC whichever is more stringent and get them approved from the client. The capacities
indicated in DBR are minimum capacities and any rating/capacities required over and
above the indicated capacity shall be provided by the contractor at his own expense.

 Main LT Panel:

Main L.T. Panel with interlocking facility is proposed to install in L.T. Panel room to
control & distribute the Grid Power. DG Panel shall be separate in each ESS with
synchronization, load sharing and interlocking facility as required. The Main LT panels
and DG Synchronization panels shall be suitable for 415V, 50Hz, 3 phase 4 wire
system having fault level of 50 KA and 65 KA as per fault level calculation. Contractor
shall submit Fault level calculation for all ESS Main panels & other distribution panels.
The main LT panel shall receive incoming connections from the transformers. The size
of feeders and cables may be so, selected to have economy in overall distribution as
well as to have minimum voltage drop in the system. Main Distribution Panels and
Sub-Distribution Panels are to be totally type tested as per Latest IEC 61439-1&2 also
being recommended by latest NBC 2016 to ensuring the best possible quality of panel
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Phase/single phase, 415/240 volts, 50 cycles, 4 wire system, neutral grounded at


transformer. All Main Distribution and Sub distribution panels shall be communicable
type, Ethernet ready on Modbus/TCP IP. The scope of supply covers design, fabricate,
integrate, pack, dispatch to site along with routine testing as per IEC of Low Voltage
Switchgear & Control gear Assemblies up-to 1000 V ( Will be termed as ‘ MV panel ’
here forth ).

The LV Switchgear & Control Assemblies shall be suitable, for withstanding the
stresses to the seismic conditions (for Level IV). The minimum design life of
Switchgear & assemblies shall be at least 20 years. The panel should be supplied by
either OEM or its Authorized Partner with proper OEM’s Authorization Letter for
supplying panel specifically for the Project. It should be ensured that supplier should
have at least 5 years of experience in manufacturing of TTA panels.

 Power Factor Correction Panel


As per the condition of Electricity Board, consumers are advised to improve and maintain
the power factor of their installation to minimum 0.99 or above because of various
advantages. Improvement in the power factor would affect savings in the energy bill. Also
the life of individual apparatus can be increased considerably by high power factor. For the
improvement of power factor, suitable size of capacitor panel banks shall be provided.
Automatic power factor correction relay of reputed make shall be provided to sense the
power factor of the system and switch on the capacitors depending on the system
requirements. APFC panel should be of Hybrid Type and should be certified as per IEC
61439-1&2 and IEC 61921. The power factor shall be maintained around 0.99 through this
system. Hybrid system (combination of detuned reactor & IGBT based active filter for
mitigation of harmonics and improve the power factor shall be provided.

 Emergency Power Supply:


Considering the power shortage in the country and increasing power cuts by SEB, it is
essential to have alternative power source to meet 100% emergency power backup for
commercial and part backup as defined in load sheet for residential apartment’s
electrical requirement under power failure / break down conditions. All common areas
shall be on full dg backup. DG Sets of adequate capacity shall be provided to meet all
the requirements of the building during power outrage from power grid. All D.G sets
shall be placed at basement level. The load requirement of the residential buildings and
common areas shall be fulfilled by DG Set with AMF, Synchronizing & Load
Management facilities are proposed. All the D.G. Set shall have PCC 3.3 controller for
synchronizing or equivalent of other make. DG synchronizing panel shall be capable of
restoring power supply within 10-15 seconds of disruption (black-out or brown-out) of
city power. The D.G. Set shall be 415 Volt, 0.8 p.f, 50 Hz Radiator cooled type. All D.G
Sets installation shall be as per CPWD specifications. Room acoustic shall be provided
for open type DG sets. All dg sets shall be as per CPCB regulation. Residential silencer
shall be provided for each DG set. Stack height for the flue pipe from the DG sets shall
be as per latest CPCB norms.
DG sets ratings are as follows:-

DG DETAIL

S.NO. AREA RATING (IN KVA) QTY.

1 ZONE-I 1250 1
1500 1
2 ZONE-II
1010 1
3 ZONE-III 1250 1

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1010 1
1010 1
4 RESIDENTIAL COMMON SERVICES
750 1
1500 5
5 COMMERCIAL 1010 1
500 1
6 RELIGIOUS BUILDING 125 1

The contractor shall make final load calculation as per prevailing local bye –laws and NBC
whichever is more stringent and get them approved from the client. The capacities indicated
in DBR are minimum capacities and any rating/capacities required over and above the
indicated capacity shall be provided by the contractor at his own expense.

 D.G. Synchronizing Panel:

D.G. Synchronizing Panel with AMF, Load Management and Interlocking through micro
PLC and synchronizing through D.G. Set controller proposed to install in Main L.T. Panel
Rooms. All the protection relay shall be consider as per standards. Synchronizing panels
shall be suitable for 415V, 50Hz, 3 phase 4 wire system having fault level of 50 KA
minimum or as per actual calculations. The Further distribution to tower essential panels
and other panels shall be done from DG sync. Panel. The size of feeders and cables may
be so, selected to have economy in overall distribution as to have minimum voltage drop in
the system. DG Synchronizing Panels shall be totally type tested as per Latest IEC 61439-
1&2 and Ethernet ready type which can communicate on Modbus/TCP IP.

 UPS & Inverter Power Supply

a) Central UPS power shall be planned to support critical services such as Security systems,
Building automation system, Data networks, emergency lighting, workstation computers, printers
etc. UPS shall be with 30 minute battery backup.
b) Separate UPS with 30 minute battery backup & 100% standby capacity (N+N) configuration
shall be provided for Server room.
c) Commercial Blocks shall have separate centralized UPS with 30 minute battery backup. It is
proposed to provide centralized modular UPS system with Li-ion batteries in N+1 configuration
to support the emergency lighting and all other low voltage services. Individual UPS of 100 kW
frame shall consist of minimum two numbers of three phase power modules and failure of one
module shall not take down entire 100kW (Only the failed module capacity shall be out). Each
commercial block shall have separate UPS system.
d) Each residential tower shall have individual inverter based on the emergency light points load
with 90 minutes battery backup.

 Distribution Network Switching:

a) In consideration to achieve the isolation and level of fault protection, switching


arrangement at various locations shall be planned as follow.
b) In the D.G. Synchronizing Panel, Main L.T. Panel, Capacitor Panel, switching on
incoming circuits shall be of air circuit breaker (ACB) where as switching on outgoing
circuits up to 630 amps shall be moulded case circuit breaker (MCCB) and above 630
amps shall be ACB’s. Air circuits breakers (ACB) moulded case circuit breakers (MCCB)
and miniature circuit breakers (MCB) shall be of 4 pole for 3 phase power distribution
with advance neutral feature for safety, which shall ensure connecting first and breaking
last of the neutral contact and avoiding high voltage in the single phase circuits.
c) Main Distribution Boards and Sub-distribution Boards shall incorporate moulded case
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residual current devices and shall have a minimum interrupting capacity of 10 kA.
RCCB’s shall be of 30mA.

 LT Power Distribution:

LT Power from the D.G. Set to D.G. Synchronizing Panel, Transformer to Main L.T.
Panel and Main LT panel to capacitor panel shall be brought through sandwich type
BUS Ducts. All towers main LT panel shall have two supply provisions from MLTP of
ESS. Automatic transfer switches with inbuilt microprocessor based controller shall be
used in main Lt Panels of towers for switching power received from ESS MLTP. All other
essential services panels like lift panels, UPS input panels, escalator panel, fire-fighting
panels etc. shall have two power sources with auto transfer switches. Metering panels
design and location of residential blocks shall be as per SEB requirement. Individual
metering shall be done for Mains and DG supply for residential units and other loads.

Power from the Main LT panel of ESS to Each Tower Distribution Panel shall be fed
through combination of XLPE insulated PVC sheathed aluminium / copper cables. All
the cables up to 16 Sq.mm and below shall be of copper conductor.
All vertical distribution in Commercial block shall be through sandwich type Rising
mains. Rising mains and Bus ducts shall be totally type tested as per IEC 61439-6
standard. Tap off boxes shall also be type tested along with Rising mains. MDBs shall
be provided at each floor dedicated for each portion of the building. At least 15 - 20%
spare capacity on sub mains and cables shall be provided.

All LT Panels of commercial and residential blocks shall be type tested as per IEC
61439-1&2 with Form 4b construction except Metering panels of residential block. Sub
main protection shall be provided by moulded case circuit breakers, which will
discriminate with upstream protective devices. Switching of incoming & outgoing
circuits up to 630 amps shall be moulded case circuit breakers and above 630 amps
shall be air circuit breakers. Aluminium bus bar shall be provided for all power
distribution panels and for all motor control centers. Independent lighting distribution
panel shall be provided throughout the building. Main Lt panels of each sub-station, DG
Panel, Capacitor panels, lift panels, firefighting panels, HVAC Main Panels and HT
panels shall be equipped with fire suppression system of novec 1230 gas.

10 – 15% spare capacity over maximum demand shall be provided in all services
including cables. All riser shafts/ openings at each floor shall be sealed and all floor wall
penetration shall be sealed by using fire sealant as a fire protection measure. Main
Distribution Boards and Sub-distribution Boards shall incorporate moulded case circuit
breakers. Final distribution boards shall incorporate miniature circuit breakers of 10 KA
minimum interrupting capacities (MCB). SI type residual current circuit breakers of 30
mA complying to IEC/EN 61008-1 to be used in order to avoid nuisance tripping
because of pulsating DC components and high frequency applications.

Distribution boards shall be located in accessible positions to suit the area of each floor
within the building. Sub Distribution Boards (SDB’s) shall be located on area basis
including metering system. Final Distribution Boards shall be fed from these MDB’s &
SDB’s by means of either XLPE insulated aluminum armored cables or PVC insulated
copper wires in appropriately sized MS/ PVC conduits. FRLS cables of appropriate size
shall be provided for emergency systems like UPS, ventilation fans, firefighting pumps
etc.
For major utility loads like AC Units, lifts and pumps etc. power shall be fed directly
from main LT Panel through cables.

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 Metering and power energy management system

The Energy and Power Management Software (EPMS) platform shall facilitate applications in the
broad categories of (a) energy performance, (b) power availability, quality and reliability, (c)
sustainability performance (d) asset & power advisory with annual license for predictive
maintenance of electrical system. At a level, the feature-set shall provide functions in:

1. Real-time monitoring.
2. Alarming and event management.
3. Energy cost analysis.
4. Energy, power, and sustainability data analytics and visualization.

The software platform shall be certified for use as a part of an ISO50001 program and
verifiably support compliance. In addition, the functionality shall support ongoing ISO50001
programs per the following areas of Section 4 of the ISO standard:

1. Energy review.
2. Energy baseline.
3. Energy performance indicators.
4. Monitoring, measurement, and analysis.
5. Input to management review.

The EPMS shall verifiably support compliance with EN 16247-1 for energy audits. The
EPMS shall include Modular, licensable optional applications to expand the basic
functionalities of the core platform

The metering system shall have Multi-function Meters with different capabilities for
different locations in the electrical distribution system.
For Incomer sections at Main LT Panels and DG synchronization panels, the meters
should have disturbance direction detection capability with waveform capture. All
incoming meters of main LT panels and DG Synchronization panels shall have
accuracy class of 0.2. Meters shall have sag/swell capabilities.
For all outgoing sections of main LT panels, and DG Sync. panels, the meters shall be
with Class 0.5 accuracy.
All the MFM’s in incoming and outgoing of main LT panels and DG Sync. Panels must
have dual Ethernet ports so that it can be integrated with EMS/BMS systems.

 Light & Power Wiring System:

The wiring in all the area as of the Building shall be provided with FRLS insulated flexible
Copper Wiring in recessed heavy duty PVC conduits. The wiring install at ions shall
conform to IS-732:1963. The wiring for lights shall be with FRLS insulated flexible Copper
Conductor wires of 1.5sq.mm size and power wiring shall be carried out with 2.5/4.0/6.0
sq.mm FRLS flexible Copper Conductor wires. Color Codes shall be maintained for the
entire wiring installations, i.e. Red, Yellow and Blue for the phases, Black for the neutral
and Green for earth.
All electrical wires shall run through one side of the corridor ceiling and communication
/data wiring shall run through other side of the ceiling to keep distance between electrical
and low current cables. Minimum distance between LV/LT cables would be kept as per

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stipulated norms in case electrical &data cables are running parallel to each other.

Heavy Duty PVC conduit will be used for wiring/ extra low voltage wiring e.g. Telephone
cable, data cable, and security co-axial cable, etc. wherever concealed in concrete. In all
other areas, MS conduit will be used in case of surface conduit like risers, plant rooms, car
park, above false ceiling etc.

 Provision of socket outlets


Provision for 16A sockets outlets shall be provided for car charging points. In other
areas provision of socket outlets shall be made as per space requirements. All 16 amp.
Sockets shall be 5pin 6/16 amp. type. All sockets shall be shuttered type. Sockets are
proposed to be provided in the Common areas for cleaning at every 15-20 meter
distance and in the utility room like sub-stations, pump room etc. Car charging points
of 3 phase 16 amp. Shall be provided in basements as per requirement. Charger
should be 7 pin AC type-2 (IEC62196-II)

Provision in individual apartments (multipoint metering)

Wiring will be done in the individual apartments as per drawings. Light plug point shall
be provided for RO in kitchen. All apartments shall be provided with three phase power
supply through individual meters for mains and DG supply. Metering of power for each
apartment shall be done through individual meters for mains and DG supply installed in
the metering panel board located as per SEB requirement. ACCL shall be used in
metering panels for change over cum limiting facility of electricity to individual
apartment.

Outdoor panel for external lighting electrical supply shall also be provided.

Cable
A power cable is an assembly of one or more electrical conductors, usually held
together with an overall sheath used to transmit electrical power. Power cables may be
installed as permanent wiring within buildings, buried in the ground, run overhead, or
exposed.

Up to 16 sqmm. copper cabling shall be use & above 16 sqmm aluminum cable shall be
used, All cables shall be XLPE insulated PVC sheathed armored cables.

Power cable for all fire & life safety equipment shall be provided with Circuit integrity
cable (750 degree C for 180 minutes) as per NBC 2016.

Internal Area Lighting Fixture & Recommended Illumination Levels:


LED lighting fixture may be used in all area as per lux level requirement and as per
standard and false ceiling. The lux level of various spaces shall be planned as per NBC
2016 & Latest CPWD specification.

 Lighting Control System for Common Area:

It is recommended that lighting fixtures in common area may be provided with centralized
control from distribution boards. Keeping in view the flexibility and a practical means to
conserve energy, general lighting in the common / parking area shall have the lighting

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fixtures on two parallel circuits, in a ‘staggered (alternate) pattern, so that lighting level is
varied based on time & day.

 Lighting Control System for Office Area:

It is recommended that lighting fixtures in periphery area of office and cabins may be
provided with infra red based lux level cum presence sensor to control / switching the light
automatically.

 Escape route Emergency Lighting System:

Emergency lights through centralized UPS/Inverter system with 90 minute battery backup
(As per NBC) shall be provided for 50% of the Stairways and 10% of circulation space,
corridor, lift lobby, indoor car parking, plant room and all the aviation lamps shall be
provided. Self-illuminated Exit Signs shall be provided on all entry and exit locations.
Minimum 10% light fixture shall be connected with UPS/Inverter circuit for all rooms / hall
and minimum one light point in all small room. Individual inverters shall be considered for
residential towers with 90 minutes battery backup. Emergency lights of commercial blocks
shall be on centralizing ups.

 Lightning Protection System:

The entire buildings shall be protected from lightning by providing the lightning protection
system as per latest IS/IEC 62305.

 Cable Support System:

 The following shall be used for carrying wires / cables from the electrical distribution
boards to loads:

 Wire mess type hot dip galvanized GI cable trays (Confirming to IEC 61537) shall be
used for distribution of cables and G.I. raceways for carrying multi conductor cables to
workstations and other LV services.

The fire partitions penetrations by raceways/cable trays shall be protected by approved


sealing methods, maintaining the same fire resistance rating as the partition.

 Lighting System for External and landscape Area:

It is recommended that lighting fixtures for External & Landscape shall be according to
landscape design and efficacy of the fixture shall be as per requirement of GRIHA. All the
related cabling, earthing etc. shall be in bidder scope.

 IBMS AND IBMS CONTROL ROOM

1. Building management system basically comprises of integration of control and


monitoring of all the building systems into a single platform and thereby
providing :-
 Enhanced Occupant Comfort and Safety
 Energy Efficient Building Operations
 Enhanced Optimization of Building Services
 Maximum equipment life and Minimise equipment downtime

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 Central Monitoring of all Utilities and Services in the Building

A building is made Intelligent by taking its 3 key elements of electronic infrastructure:-


 Monitoring & Control of Building Services
 Information Processing
 Communications and bringing them all to their most efficient levels

The essence of Building Management Systems and Intelligent Buildings is in the control
technologies, which allow integration, automation, and optimization of all the services and
equipment that provide services and manages the environment of the building concerned.

The IBMS system shall be IP system and shall function on Direct Distributed Digital Control
(DDC) system. It shall be a PC based system and shall combine latest state of the art
technology with simple operating techniques. The entire Monitoring of Building
Management System (BMS) shall be comprise of a network of interoperable, stand-alone
digital controllers communicating on an open protocol communication network to a host
computer within the facility and communicating via the Internet to a host computer in a
remote location. The BMS shall communicate to third party systems such as Chillers,
Energy meters, UPS, DG, Lifts, VFDs & HT/LT circuit breakers, access control systems,
fire-life safety systems and other building management related devices with open,
interoperable communication capabilities.
2. Building management system with controllers, sensors, software

a) The purpose of implementing of this IP based IBMS is to give the facility managers and
occupants a flexible and intuitive touch and feel of the building. Some of the use cases
being defined in the further paras.

b) All occupants (facility managers and occupants ) are issued R.F. cards ( on dual
Communication band of 865-867 MHz and 2.4 GHz) connected on IP network, termed
as SMART TAGS, which work seamlessly with elevators, Access control, HVAC ( to
adjust to personal environment) and other services. This allows the designated facility
manager and users to reach to their authorized areas without any touch to any
equipment, but at the same time, system prevents un-authorized entry pro-actively and
remotely.

c) Advance invites for visitors can be sent with virtual/ Mobile App Smart Entry tag, which
works to pre-book the car parking slot, provide access to the particular floor , pre-
announce the invitee for the arrival of visitor and check out at the time of departure.
This also includes digital signage in parking to guide the visitors back to his parking slot
( digital signage not included at this time, in scope of work)

d) All occupants/ visitors are able to connect their facility software to IBMS provided User
App for getting information of their energy usage, status and nature of emergency
situation , one touch reporting of issues/ events- get feedback etc.

e) Facility Managers have easy access to their designated information like energy
reading, predictive fault reporting, maintenance calls and resolutions, connect with
other facility managers and central command & control centre through Web/ Mobile
App provided by BMS vendor.

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f) Back-end connectivity of Safety systems like Fire Alarm, CCTV, Public Address,
Lighting and all other services for coordinated situation based response

g) Ethernet/web/ video and voice connectivity for coordinated response

h) Following services equipment form a direct sub set of Smart Building systems, all other
equipment/ services like HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical also need to be connected to the
IP network so that every aspect of building services is captured, monitored and action
is taken through IBMS.

 SCADA
It is proposed to provide Sub-station automation for controls monitoring and protection
system to enhance operational reliability & security. The SCADA system will be
implemented to monitor all the substations covered under the project. Control will be
executed over selected devices. The system executes the command and collects the data
online through communication network and associated communication infrastructure and
analyzing the data at a central monitoring station of the premises.
The proposed system shall have following functionalities.
 Remote / local monitoring
 Remote / local control
 Reports
 Trends
 Alarms
 Event logging
 Fault Analysis

 Solar PV system:-
Solar Photo Voltaic (PV) shall be provided as per EIA requirement. SPV system shall be
decentralized on the roof tops of various buildings as per detailed design.

 Fire alarm and detection system


The main emphasis of fire detection system shall be on having the timely warning in case of
any fire.

It is proposed to provide an automatic intelligent analogue addressable fire alarm system


for the building. Complete basement and towers shall be provided with automatic fire alarm
and detection system. Addressable MCP/hooter/telephone jack and strobe lights are
provided on each exit points near staircases. Flats and corridor/lift lobbies of tower shall
also be provided with detectors. Response Indicators, Manual call stations, Local Panels
and Main Fire Control panel shall be provided at appropriate places. Each tower shall have
separate fire control panel. These panels shall have integration on main fire control panel.

Commercial blocks shall have separate fire alarm and detection panel of suitable
capacity. Repeater panels shall also be provided as per requirement. Above and below
false ceiling detectors are provided as per Norms.

The fire detection system shall include the following:-

a) Photo-Thermal Detectors – Photo-thermal type multi-sensor detectors will be


installed in all the area of the basements etc.

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b) Response Indicators – Response indicators will be used outside all service rooms of
basements with full height partitions and for the detectors in the false ceiling, if any.

c) Manual call boxes of brake glass type are proposed to be installed near all
staircases and also in the electrical and mechanical services areas.

d) Main Control Panels – Automatic analogue addressable type of Fire alarm control
panel is proposed to be installed in the fire control room. Repeater panels will be
provided in the security office and security post outside the building. With this type of
a panel it will be possible to pin point the exact location of fire. The panel will also be
able to dial out to predetermined telephone numbers in case of any alarm.

e) Public Address and talk balk system – An integral public address and talk back
facility will be provided with the fire alarm system. The loudspeakers of the public
address system will be located in common areas, and on each floor in such a way
that any message announced cover the loudspeakers is clearly audible in all parts of
the building. Also in case of fire, the firefighting personnel will be able to send back
messages by plugging their fireman’s telephone handsets over the fireman’s
telephone jacks which will be provided in this system. The microphone, amplifiers
and control switches for the public address system will be installed in the fire control
room for the building.

 Closed circuit television system

The Closed Circuit Television System is intended for comprehensive round the clock
surveillance of the common area, parking area and service area of the Complex from
security control room. The following category of areas shall be monitored by the system in
the priority as given below:

 All Lift Lobbies, staircases, all entry and exit at only at Ground floor and basement of
each tower with fixed integrated colored Dome cameras.

 Service areas like pump room, STP room, ESS room with fixed colored normal
cameras.

 Outdoor type fixed colored Cameras will be provided of the perimeter surveillance.

 All the common areas like basements, Lift Lobbies, staircases, all entry, exits and
corridors on each floor of Commercial blocks shall be on IP based surveillance
system. PTZ cameras shall be installed on terrace level for outside surveillance.

 EPABX communication system

The EPABX system shall be fully based Communication Server full-featured IP based
communications system providing a rich feature set of the system, with pure Voice over IP
(VoIP) communications, across corporate Local and Wide Area Networks (LAN and WAN).
The system should be full featured, modular and expandable for port capacity. The system
shall be provided with voice and video management system.
The system should serve intercom communication between all the gates and each
individual flat at each floor.

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 Fibre to the home system

It is proposed to install direct “Fiber to Home” technology to be adopted for low voltage
distribution.

Telephone, Data and Cable TV wiring connections are proposed to be provided in the, each
flat, guard room, Reception etc. Commercial blocks will also have FTH technology for all LV
services. All other telecom/ low voltage equipment/ system proposed for the Building will be
housed in the basement. All the voice points will be connected through fibre cable as per
FTH System. All floors ONT’s in turn shall be connected to the main FTH Server located in
the basement. Cat-6 wire for telephone/TV/ DATA shall be provided for each office for
connections from ONT located in Low voltage shaft at each floor. Provision for signal
boosters will also be made as per the requirement of the service providers. An independent
room will be provided to the operator to house their low voltage data/voice and AV
equipment in the basement, from where the operator will take care of their cabling.

Fibre to home is an Open Access Network whereby any number of Service Providers can
simultaneously provide any number of services through a single fiber, without losing their
individual identities. Fiber can transport any amount of bandwidth today. It can be scaled up
for the future requirements of a modern office which is an edge over the existing copper
networks. FTTX has become a preferred architecture worldwide as array of benefits can be
realized over prevalent networks. The existing DSL technology on copper networks was
good for the initial launch of internet, however to upgrade the networks for High Speed
Access there is a need to install fiber based networks with a vision to provision offices with
capacities of up-to 100 Mbps per user.

 Access control & boom barrier system

Access control system shall be provided for each UPS room / Server Room/ Hub Room as
per requirement & boom barrier system shall be provided for main campus each entry / exit
gate.

 Wi-Fi Multifunctional Poles

These multi-purpose poles have been designed to offer the users of premises an un-
precedent feeling of security and amenity by having integrated services of CCTV, Area
lighting, Wi-Fi hotspot and speakers. This allows these services to be in the open area and
public place without being visible. Helps in removing the clutter of wiring and installation
accessories to mount four different areas in the public place. Also, being in one pole helps
easy integration of these for coordinated control and activity.

The multi-purpose pole would have modular structure for outdoor application. The fixture
will have different configurations of modules with versatility of 360 degree rotation.
Corrosion resistant extruded aluminum aesthetic housing. Closed by a toughened optical
grade safety glass diffuser. The column base would be about 3 meter high with each
segment of about 360mm high with attachable features like (Camera, Wi-Fi modem,
speakers, CCTVetc).

 Vehicle management system (UVSS)

Each vehicle need to be recognized through electronic means (eg RFID) and Number plate
and Driver image capturing and then need to be recorded into the storage server. The data
base need to be updated as per the vehicle movement and need to be linked to the office
management system for monitoring and analysis.

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For wheelers need to be checked for any hidden objects below the vehicle preferably using
an Under Vehicle Surveillance System (UVSS) placed at the entrance of the car parkings.
This system need to be connected through network to the security monitoring room for
immediate attention during the movement of vehicles.

 Waste compactor/converter system

The automated intelligent garbage compactor system shall be designed in such a way that
it should compress the volume of garbage as per requirement. This shall be designed as
per actual quantity of garbage.
The waste compactor shall be ROHS compliant. The compaction force, cycle time motor
size, drive system, control system communication system shall be designed as per project
requirements.

The system shall be designed on the basis of towers and population as per norms.
 Installation Work

 Electrical Installation

a. Preparation of necessary Single line diagram (SLD), Power Distribution etc. of all electrical
installation for each floor as well as electrical conduit layout drawing of each room,
corridor, verandas etc. as per requirements shall be provided.
b. Submit drawings to the Department in respect of internal & external electrification
considering all electrical requirements of all electrical loads such as luminaries, fans, and
electrically operated equipment’s, lifts, HVAC etc. with distribution panels, distribution
boxes showing their actual positions in drawings for incorporating suggested changes,
additions and alterations and secure approval of the Consultant.

 Video Conferencing System

Design a HD video conferencing system suitable for real-time interactive communication.


Actual position each component like Definition Video Conferencing Codec, Camera and
license, Microphone array, presentation sharing to remote sites, Infrared Remote control &
standard cables should be shown in the drawings. All apartments shall have video door system
so that 3 tier security can be achieved at Main entrance of the premises, Entrance of individual
tower and at doorstep of the apartment.

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 Electrical Landscape Lighting

Special lighting fixture with color LED lighting may be used in facade areas etc for
beautification. Special light fixtures such as bollard, post top lanterns, path/road lights with
octagonal steel pole etc. shall be used to illuminate landscaping areas & internal roads. Cable
trench for Incoming H.T. Line, RCC Hume pipe for Incoming Telephone Line, road crossing
etc. to be provided.

 Vertical Transportation System

a) Identifying elevator system options for Developers in order to create the most efficient
transportation solution for a specific building.
b) Designing elevator systems traffic studies, component specifications, and providing the
drawings.
c) Submit detailed design and drawings of elevator system showing actual position of machine
room, elevator pits & its wiring, cage size suitable for use in commercial as well as
residential application and for fire lift.

 Measurement and Power Verification:

As requirement of Griha, the following metering arrangement through dual source electronic
energy meter (EB & DG Power) shall be provided along with a provision of bulk metering and
maximum demand indicator:

a) Mains supply
b) Individual DG Power
c) Internal Lighting Power
d) Small Power & Fans
e) UPS Power
f) External Lighting Consumption
g) Chillers
h) Air Handling Units, PACs etc
i) Elevators
j) Water Supply System
k) Sewage Treatment Plant
l) Jockey Pump for Fire Fighting System

 Earthing System:

Considering the hazardous nature of electrical energy, safety measures in using this energy is
of paramount importance. Earthing system shall be provided in accordance with Indian
Standards IS-3043-1987 / BS 7430 and other statutory regulations.

All non-current carrying metal parts forming the Electrical System shall be connected to the
Earthing System as per the requirements of Indian Electricity Rules and local statutory
requirements. The earthing system shall be so designed that the resistance of the earthing
network shall be less than value specified in CPWD specification at any point of the system.

All the Cable Trays shall be provided with suitable size of 2 Nos. G.I. strip in full length.
Separate Earthing shall be provided for Computers/UPS Network and entire earthing shall be
insulated with PVC sleeve.

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The Earthing System is proposed as follows:

a. Substation Equipment’s:

a. Transformer Neutral Earthing : Copper


b. Transformer Body Earthing : G.I.
c. H.T. Switch-Gear Earthing : G.I.
d. D. G. Set Neutral Earthing : Copper
e. D.G. Set Body Earthing : G.I.

b. Panel and other Equipment:

a. L.T. Panels Earthing : G.I.


b. Distribution Boards Earthing : Copper Wires
c. UPS Neutral Earthing : Copper
d. Lighting / Power Point : PVC Cu Wire
e. EPABX/Server etc. : Copper
f. Elevators : GI

LIST OF APPLICABLE INDIAN STANDARDS FOR ELECTRIFICATION WORK

S. No. STANDARDSTITLE

(1) IS:732 – 1989 Code of practice for electrical wiring Installations.

(2) IS:4648 - 1968 Guide for electrical layout in residential Buildings.

(3)IS:8061 - 1976 Code of practice for design, installation and Maintenance of


service lines upto and including 650V

(4) IS:8884 - 1978 Code of practice for installation of electric bells and call system.

(5) IS:5578 - 1985 Guide for marking of insulated conductor.

(6)IS:11353- 1985 Guide for uniform system of marking and identification of


conductors and apparatus terminals.

(7) IS:5728 - 1970 Guide for short-circuit calculations.

(8)IS:7752(Part-1)-1975 Guide for improvement of power factor in consumer installation


: Low and medium supply voltages.

(9)IS:3646 (Part-1)-1966 Code of practice for interior illumination: Principles for good
lighting and aspects of design.

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(10)IS:3646(Part-2)-1966 Code of practice for interior illumination: Schedule of


illumination and glare index.

(11)IS:2672 - 1966 Code of practice for library lighting.

(12) IS:10118(Part-1)-1982 Code of practice for selection, installation and maintenance of


switchgear and control gear : General.

(13) IS:10118(Part-2)-1982 Code of practice for selection, installation and maintenance of


switchgear and control gear.

(14) IS:10118(Part-3)-1982 Code of practice for selection, installation And maintenance of


switchgear and control gear: Installation.

(15) IS:10118(Part-4)-1982 Code of practice for selection, installation and maintenance of


switchgear and control gear: Maintenance.
(16) IS:2309 – 1989 Code of practice for the protection and allied structures against
lightning.

(17) IS:3043 – 1987 Code of practice for earthing.

(18) IS:5216(Part-1)-1982 Guide for safety procedures and practices in electrical work:
General.

(19) IS:4237 – 1983 General requirements for switchgear and control gear for
voltages not exceeding 1000 V AC or 1200 V DC.

(20) IS:6875(Part-1)-1973 Control switches (switching devices for control and auxiliary
circuits including contractor relays) for voltages upto and
including 1000 V AC and 1200 DC : General requirements and
tests.

(21) IS:4064(Part-1)-1978 Air break switches, air break dis-connectors, air-break switch
dis-connectors and fuse-combination units for voltages not
exceeding 1000 V AC or 1200 DC : General requirements.

(22) IS:8828 – 1978 Miniature air break circuit breakers for voltages not exceeding
1000 volt.

(23) IS:13032 – 1991 Miniature circuit breaker boards for voltages upto and including
1000 volts AC.

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(24) IS:12640 – 1988 Residua current operated circuit breakers.

(25) IS:2959 – 1985 Contactors for voltages not exceeding 1000V AC or 1200 V DC.

(26)IS: 8623(Part-1)-1977 Factory built assemblies of switchgear and control gear for
voltages upto and including 1000 V AC and 1200 V DC:
General requirements.

(27) IS: 8623(Part-2)-1980 Factory assemblies of switchgear and control gear for voltages
upto and including 1000 V AC and 1200 V DC : Particular
requirements for busbartrunking system (busways).

(28) IS:694 – 1990 PVC Insulated cables for working voltages upto and including
1100 V.

(29) IS:1554(Part-1)-1988 PVC insulated (heavy duty) electric cables :For working
voltages upto and including 1100 V.

(30) IS:3961 (Part-5)-1968 Recommended current ratings for cables: PVC insulated light
duty cables.

(31) IS:9537(Part-1)-1980 Conduits for electrical installations:General requirements.

(32)IS:9537(Part-2)-1981 Conduits for electrical installations Rigid steel Conduits.

(33)IS:3480 – 1966 Flexible steel conduits for electrical wiring.

(34)IS:2667 – 1988 Fittings for rigid steel conduits for electrical wiring.

(35)IS:3837 – 1976 Accessories for rigid steel conduits for electrical wiring.

(36) IS:5133(Part-1)-1969 Boxes for enclosure of electrical accessories Steel and cast
iron boxes.

(37) IS: 371 - 1979 Ceiling roses.

(38) IS:3854 - 1988 Switches for domestic and similar purposes.

(39) IS:4615 - 1968 Switch socket outlets (non-interlocking type).

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(40) IS:4160 - 1967 Interlocking switch socket outlet.

(41) IS:1293 – 1988 Plugs and socket outlets of rated voltage upto and including
250 volts and rated current upto and including 16 amperes.
(42) GRIHA Manual, ECBC Guidelines and BEE guidelines.

LIST OF APPLICABLE STANDARDS FOR FIRE ALARM SYSTEM

(1)IS:2189 – 1962 Code of Practice for Automatic Fire Alarm System.


(2)IS:2195 – 1962 Specifications for Heat sensitive Fire Detectors.

(3) IS:732 - 1973 Code of practice for Electrical Wiring installation

(4) UL 168 Under writers laboratory specifications for smoke detectors.

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 HVAC SYSTEM
1. Site Location- Azadpur, New Delhi

2. Introduction
This section outlines HVAC system design parameters, system selections and extent of provisions
for the project.

The whole complex is a combination of residential apartments, clubs and commercial building
(Tower A & B).

Commercial building (Tower A & B) are centrally air-conditioned by using chilled water system
whereas for residential units & club, DX system will be provided. Detail scope of work defined
below.

Mandatory mechanical ventilation, pressurization and smoke ventilation system as per NBC-2016
& as required by local fire authority to be provided by EPC contractor for whole complex.

3. Objective
GRIHA Rating 3 compliance equipment & materials shall be used.

4. Reference Standard
Following standard & guidelines shall be adopted for HVAC System.
a) American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
Standards.
b) Indian Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc. (ISHRAE).
c) National Building Code of India 2016.
d) ECBC – 2017 – Energy conservation building code.
e) ARI – Air-conditioning and Refrigerant institute.
f) IS – Relevant IS Codes.
g) Associated Air Balancing Bureau (NEBB) Standards.
h) National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
i) SMACNA
j) Relevant Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) Codes
k) CPWD HVAC Specification 2017 for missing details.
5. Basis Of Design:

Outdoor Design Conditions:

Summer

Dry Bulb Temp. 43.3 deg. C (110 deg F)

Wet Bulb Temp. 23.8 deg. C (75.0 deg F ) As per ASHARE Standard

Monsoon

Dry Bulb Temp. 35.0 deg. C (95.0 deg F )

Wet Bulb Temp. 28.3 deg. C (83.0 deg F )

Winter

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Dry Bulb Temp. 7.2 deg. C (45 deg F )

Wet Bulb Temp. 5.0 deg. C (41 deg F )

Inside Design Conditions :

Shop, Office, Summer & Monsoon:- 23.8±1 deg C (75±2 deg F)


Residence
&Common area (RH) 55% (Design Value – No Control)

Audi, Banquet Summer & Monsoon:- 22±1 deg C (71.6±2 deg F)


&Prefunction,
Lounge (RH) 55% (Design Value – No Control)

Food Court Summer & Monsoon:- 23±1 deg C (73.4±2 deg F)


(RH) 55% (Design Value – No Control)

Lighting Load As per ECBC-2017

Equipment Load Shop & Anchor:- 2.0 Watts/Sft


Office:- 2.5 Watts/Sft
Banquet &Prefunction:- 2.0 Watts/Sft
Audi:- 1.0 Watts/Sft

Occupancy Shop & Anchor:- 35 Sft/Person


Office:- 50 Sft/Person
Banquet :- 20-22 Sft/Person
Prefunction:- 50 Sft/Person
Audi:- As per seating layout
Food Court:- As per Seating layout or 20-22 Sft/Person
Common Area (Ground Floor):- 75 Sft/Person
Common Area (Above ground floor):-100 Sft/Person

Fresh Air
As per ASHRAE Standard
Ventilation
As per NBC

6. Factor Detail (Building Envelope):

Heat Transfer Co- Efficient should comply GRIHA 3star rating manual. For u value for glass,
wall, floor, ceiling and roof, refer Architectural part.

Note: - The entire roof exposed to sun shall have under deck/over-deck insulation to be
carried out by main contractor (to be included in civil part).
Based on above design parameters, EPC Contractor has to calculate detailed heat loads by
HAP E20- II software and as well as per ASHRAE/ ISHARE format for approval.

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7. Estimated AC Requirement:-
The contractor shall make final calculation as per prevailing local by-laws & NBC whichever
is more stringent and get the approved from client. The capacities indicated in DBR are
minimum capacities and any rating/ capacities required over and above the indicated
capacity shall be provided by the contractor at his own expense.

7.1 Commercial Tower A & B:-The estimated requirement after diversity is as follows:
Cooling requirement after overall 80%diversity = 2560 TR
Equipment proposed = 4 Nos. 850 TR Water cooled centrifugal chillers with VFD
(3Working+ 1standby).
7.2 Residential apartment: - Electrical power point with socket for outdoor unit to be
provided. All sleeves required for split unit’s piping to be provided by EPC contractor.
Supply and installation of split unit is in tenant scope. Common area of towers will be
non air-conditioned.

7.3 Club below Residential Tower: - Suitable capacity of inverter based (cooling and
heating both) Ductable/Hi-wall type Split Unit (as shown in Tender drawings) complete
in all respect including refrigerant piping, control cabling and drain pipe to be provided
by EPC contractor.

8. HVAC system design (scope of work):

8.1 Air-conditioning Work:-

 Commercial Tower (A & B)

1. It is proposed to install common central chilled water system to air-condition both


towers.
2. Main AC plant shall consist of:-
2.1 4Nos.850TR (Actual) Water Cooled Centrifugal Chillers with VFD (3W+1S). Chiller
shall be provided at 44°F outlet chilled water temperature & 56°F inlet chilled water
temperature; condenser shall be provided at 90°F inlet water temperature & 100°F
outlet water temperature. Fouling factor shall be considered on chiller & condenser
as per CPWD-HVAC-2017. Chiller shall be provided for COP of 6.5.IKW/TR,
NPLV & IPLV of chillers shall be as per specification.
2.2 4 Nos. (3W+1S) chilled water Primary Pumps (1700usgpm each).
2.3 4 Nos. (3W+1S) condenser water pumps (2550usgpm each).
2.4 4 Nos. (3W+1S) variable chilled water Secondary Pumps with VFD (1700usgpm
each) coupled with bypass line and variable speed drive on secondary pumps shall
be provided to achieve variable water flow in chilled water circuits. Chilled water
flow in load circuits shall be varied but the same through chillers shall remain
constant. By measuring pressure differential between chilled water supply and
return header, the speed of secondary chilled water pump shall be automatically
varied, thus conserving pump brake horse power.
2.5 2Nos. (1W+1S) variable chilled water Secondary Pumps with VFD (380usgpm each)
dedicated for Multiplex to be provided. There will be a dedicated chilled water riser
for multiplex but same also be connected with main chilled water header via
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2.6 4Nos. (3W+1S) FRP induced Draft Cooling Towers suitable for 850TR chiller; CTI
certified with twin cells and cooling tower’s motor will be controlled by VFD. Cooling
tower’s DB level shall not exceed 75m at 3mtr distance.

2.7 Automatic tube cleaning system for condensers of all water cooled chillers to be
provided. Two no. Automatic tube cleaning system shall be provided for four
Chillers (one common ATC for two chillers).

2.8 All pumps shall be vertical inline split coupled type or horizontal split casing type.

2.9 Main plant shall be located in the plant room in basement and cooling tower on
terrace.

2.10 All plant room equipments shall be controlled using chiller plant manager/optimizer
(Chiller plant manager) procured from either pumps or chillers manufacturer.

2.11 The system shall be complete with electrical panel board with cabling &earthing.

2.12 On Line, non-chemical water treatment scale preventer system will be provided in
condenser line.

2.13 Side stream Filtration system will be provided to remove unwanted solids from
cooling towers.

2.14 Pressure less expansion tank complete with all arrangement and dirt separator to be
provided.

2.15 Complete CHW piping with insulation with valves to be provided.

2.16 Complete CDW piping with valves to be provided.

2.17 The distribution of chilled water pipes up to AHUs will take place through various
vertical risers installed in shafts. 2nos. Isolation/Butterfly valves, 1 no. Balancing
valve will be provided at each riser.

2.18 Chilled water system shall be designed for two pipe system. Water will be circulated
through insulated M.S. ‘C’ Class pipe. All pipes shall be supported in a manner,
which will avoid transmission of vibration to roof ceiling slab and occupied floors.

2.19 All chilled water valves shall be duly insulated with same material as of pipe
insulation at site as required.

2.20 Water through condenser shall be pumped through condenser water pumps and
after picking up the heat, the same shall be discharged to cooling towers. MS class
C pipes shall be used interconnecting cooling towers & condenser of the chiller.
Water, after dissipating the heat to ambient through cooling towers, shall be re-
circulated to the condensers. Makeup soft water supply shall be provided to each
cooling towers for the HVAC system.

2.21 All mechanical equipment such as chilling units, pumps, AHU’s and ventilation
fans shall be provided with energy efficient motorsin order to attain energy
savings, since all these equipment shall operate for extended periods of time. All
cooling tower, pumps, AHUs and TFAs to be provided with high energy efficient
motor IE-3 while all ventilation fans to be provided with IE-2 motors.

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2.22 AHUs:-AHUs to be provided for all shops/anchor/entertainment area, banquet,


multiplex, food court, offices & common area.

2.23 All areas will have independent air handling unit.

2.24 Indoor AHUs shall be double skin with 25±2mm thick PUF panels with minimum
38kg/m3 density.

2.25 Outdoor AHUs shall be double skin with 40±2mm thick PUF panels with minimum
38kg/m3 density.

2.26 FM AHUs shall be variable speed type. FM AHUs shall be with DIDW backward
curved fans. VFD with electrical bypass arrangement to be provided.

2.27 CS AHUs shall be with forward curved fans.

2.28 All AHUs shall be with single cooling coil of minimum 6rows deep and valves
arrangement including butterfly/ball valves, Y-strainer, PIBCV/high range ability,
purge valve & drain valves as required.

2.29 All AHUs will be with MERV-8 pre filters while TFA AHUs will be provided with
EAC/ESP filter. TFA AHUs shall be with minimum 8rows deep cooling coil, heat
pipe section wrapped around cooling coil& have (UV/UVGI lamp) advanced
oxidation system with 225-300 nm wavelength capability to generate hydro
peroxides having UL/CE certification. The UV Lamp shall have ppc/quartz sleeve to
prevent spirrage.

2.30 Ducting work:-Complete ducting of common area, food court, fresh/exhaustair ducts,
duct connection for Audi’s & Banquet’s AHUs with smoke extraction fan complete with
fire & motorized damper, related insulation work, grilles, diffuser, dampers louvers etc.
to be provided. Refer Tender drawings for the same.

2.31 All internal ducting for offices, shops, Multiplex & Banquets shall be done by tenant
himself as per their requirement and is not in scope of this work.

2.32 Factory fabricated G.I. sheet rectangular ducting shall be used while food court will
be provided with reinsulated double walled flat oval spiral ducting.

2.33 Fire dampers shall be provided wherever required.

2.34 All AC ducts shall be insulated with 25/50mm thick 32kg/cu.m density fiberglass
wool with factory laminated WMPVR R plus polypropylene based facing.

2.35 All AC exposed & shaft ducts shall be insulated with 50mm thick 32kg/m 3 density
fiberglass wool withfactory laminated WMPVR R plus polypropylene based facing
wrapped with protective coating for exposed and shaft ducting complete as required
and as per specifications. The protective coating shall be applied over all exposed &
shaft duct with reinforcement of 7mil glass fibre cloth. The coating shall be as per
BS 476 PART 7 & cloth shall be non-combustible as per NBC-2016.

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2.36 Duct acoustic lining shall be with 25mm thick factory laminated either Black glass
oven or Tissue resin bonded fiberglass of density 32 kg/m3 on the inner side of
duct.

2.37 All AHU’s room shall be acoustic lined on wall and ceiling with 25mm thick
Rigid Board of Glass wool one side aluminum faced and other side black glass
cloth lamination, density 70 to 80 kg/cu.m.

2.38 UPS room, BMS room, fire control room, MDF room shall be provided with DX split
units with N+1 combination.

2.39 Chilled water piping shall be duly insulated with 80kg density resin bonded
preformed fibre glass pipe section and finally applying 0.63mm aluminium sheet
cladding. Thickness shall be as per DSR2016/ CPWD-HVAC-2017.

2.40 Fresh air shall be as per ASHRAE standard 62.1.2010.

2.41 Fresh air shall be provided using treated fresh air units for offices.

2.42 Demand control ventilation system to be installed for fresh air system for offices.
Each fresh air outlet/ louvers for AHU shall be provided with CO2 sensor &
motorized damper. Fresh air shall be fed to the AHU’s via VFD driven treated fresh
air units.

2.43 All pipes/ducts to be supported/hanged on wire rope hangers system as per


specifications with lock(s) and pre‐crimped end fixing(s) except terrace & shaft.

2.44 Tenant has to take the power supply for their respective AHUs from the distribution
panel provided to their respective area. AHUs with suitable capacity of starter will
be provided by EPC contractor and power connection between AHU, starter from
tenant distribution panel in scope of tenant.

2.45 Complete Electrical work associated with common areas, multiplex’s and
Banquet’s air-conditioning unit including VFD/starter, TP/TPN isolator, cabling will
be provided by EPC contractor complete in all respect.

2.46 BTU meters to be provided for multiplex, banquet and anchors.

 Residential apartment: -
Electrical power point with socket for outdoor unit to be provided. All sleeves required for
split unit’s piping to be provided by EPC contractor. Supply and installation of split unit is in
tenant scope. Common area of towers will be non air-conditioned.
UPS room, BMS room, fire control room, MDF room shall be provided with DX split units
with N+1 combination.
 Club below Residential Tower:-
Club below Residential Tower: -Suitable capacity of inverter based (cooling and heating
both) Ductable/Hi-wall type Split Unit (as shown in Tender drawings) complete in all respect
including refrigerant piping, control cabling and drain pipe to be provided by EPC contractor.
Ducting complete with grilles/diffuser/ damper and insulation is in tenant scope.

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8.2 Mechanical ventilation, Pressurization & smoke extraction system

Mechanical ventilation, pressurization and smoke exhaust system has to be designed for all
buildings as per NBC-2016 & as required by local fire authority.
8.2.1 Basement & Services Area

The Basement shall be used for parking and services. This necessitates the Basement to
be provided with mechanical ventilation which includes supply of fresh air and exhaust of
stale air.

The ventilation rate required to maintain the concentration of toxic gases within safe limits
for an enclosed parking are generally as under:

The complete design will be as per NBC-2016.

AREA / SPACE AIR CHANGES PER HOUR

Enclosed Under Ground Car Parking-


6APCH
Normal Ventilation

Enclosed Under Ground Car Parking-


Smoke/Exhaust Ventilation (In case of 12APCH
fire)

Pump Room 20APCH

STP/Garbage Room 30APCH

LT,HT Panel & Transformer Rooms 20APCH

DG Room CFM based on DG capacity

10-12APCH/50 CFM each WC or urinal


Toilets
(whichever is higher will be considered)

To limit the spread of a fire in any building, Compartmentation should be provided as per
NBC-2016.
The system shall consist of axial fans, GI duct, fresh/exhaust air grille, damper louvers etc.
Fresh air shall be drawn from outside and supplied mechanically in all basement ventilated
areas by means of ducts and grilles at +450mm from finish floor level.GI back draft damper
will be provided to the fan used for smoke exhaust and fresh air.

The rate of supply is 6 air changes per hour and exhaust is 6 air changes per hour in
normal case. In case of fire, the supply and exhaust are increased to 12 air changes per
hour.
CO sensors complete with all accessories including control cabling and PLC controller to
monitor CO level in the basement parking area shall be provided with coverage area of 500
Sq.mtr.

Sub stations, DG Sets room, LT panel room, pump room, STP & garbage room will be
provided with mechanical ventilation system.

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The exhaust fans shall have motors with Class H insulation and the fan motor should be
rated for 250 Deg C for 2 hours & should be CE/EN certified.
All fans shall be AMCA certified.
Complete electrical arrangement including starter, TP isolator, cabling etc. to be provided
by EPC contractor.
8.2.2 Upper floor ventilation
All exit access corridor at upper floors will be provided with smoke exhaust system as per
NBC-2016, Part-4, clause-4.6. The system shall consist of axial fans, GI duct, fresh/exhaust
air grille, damper louvers etc.
Complete electrical arrangement including starter, TP isolator, cabling etc. to be provided
by EPC contractor.
8.2.3 Pressurization
Pressurization is a method adopted for protecting the exits from ingress of smoke.
Air shall be injected into staircases, lobbies, corridors to raise their pressure slightly above
the pressure in adjoining parts of the building, as a result of which ingress of smoke into
escape routes will be prevented. It shall be as per NBC 2016 and local by laws.

The system shall consist of axial fans, GI duct, fresh air grille, damper louvers etc.
Complete electrical arrangement including starter, TP isolator, cabling etc. to be provided
by EPC contractor.
1. Staircase pressurization
All enclosed staircases shall be mechanically pressurized as per NBC 2016, wherever
required. The mechanism of pressurization shall be automatic linked to the fire alarm
system. Manual operation shall also be possible. The staircases, which are not enclosed,
shall need to be ventilated to the atmosphere at each landing and a vent at top. The
vent opening shall be of 0.5m2 in the external wall and the top. Enclosed staircase leading
to more than one basement shall be pressurized.

2. Lift lobby & Lift shaft pressurization


Lift shafts shall be maintained at a positive pressure of 50 Pascals. Enclosed lift lobbies
shall also be pressurized to 25-30 pascals at all levels. The mechanism of pressurization
shall be automatic linked to fire alarm system. Manual operation shall also be possible. Lift
shafts shall have a vent at the top, of area not less than 0.2m2.

8.2.4 Operation
All emergency exhaust & supply air fans and pressurization fans shall start on receiving
signal from fire Panel of the building .The signal shall be received at the NO relay contact
of fan starter Panel which shall close on receipt of fire signal and start the fan.

8.2.5 Ventilation of Kitchen/Kiosk/F & B


Suitable capacity air washer & scrubber for kitchen/kiosk ventilation to be provided. The
air shall be distributed with the help of GSS ducting & diffused through powder coated
Aluminium extruded grills. The air shall be exhausted through suitable capacity exhaust
air duct terminating into scrubber.

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Tenant has to take the power supply for their respective ventilation unit from the
distribution panel provided to their respective area. Ventilation units with suitable capacity
of starter will be provided by EPC contractor and power connection between units, starter
from tenant distribution panel in scope of tenant (Kiosk and F & B) whereas for Banquet
Kitchen complete electrical work associated with HVAC work to be provided by EPC
contractor.

 Plumbing & fire fighting system

1. Scope of work

The scope of PL & FF document is to highlight proposed design for the following services
based on the Internal & External infrastructure.
 Plumbing work shall be including:

 Source of water supply


 Water treatment process from raw water to potable water
 Storage Tanks of Raw water, potable water & non potable water.
 Underground Potable water storage tank will be pumped to Centralized elevated
overhead water tank through required sets of hydropneumatic pumps one will be
working & other will be Stand by and each block OHT filling by gravity.
 Internal water supply including Hot & Cold
 Sanitary ware &Water conservation using low flow Chrome Plated Fixtures fittings.
 Hot water supply System.
 Internal Soil, waste and rain water pipes disposal to 1st manhole
 Disposal of internal sewerage,Storm Water connection to external sewerage and
storm system separately.
 Sewage Treatment Plant (STP).
 Reuse of treated water from STP for Flushing of Toilets, Horticulture Purpose.
 Disposal of surplus treated effluent to external sewer.
 Storm Water Drainage System
 Rain water harvesting for recharging aquifer and disposal of surplus storm water to
nearby Authority drain.
 Garden Hydrant system consisting pumps, piping and hydrants.
 Hot water system& allied system.
 Reverse Osmosis System (RO)
 Solid Waste/Waste Water Management
 Geysers with pre-solar system for each required locations in the building and others
blocks provision of piping for geysers.

 Fire fighting work shall include:

 Static water storage tanks


 Fire Pumps & Accessories
 External Fire Hydrants
 Wet Riser System
 Fire Sprinkler System
 Portable Fire extinguishers
 Clean agent suppression system

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2. Basis of design

 Efficient energy measures


 Reduce water use in building:

 Water Efficient fixtures(low flush toilets, dual flush adaptors, low flow flush valves etc)
 Auto-control valves (sensor taps, self operating valves etc)
 Pressure reducing device wherever required (aerators, flow regulators etc)

 Waste water treatment:

 STP Treated water – for Flushing, & landscape irrigation.

 Reduce landscape water requirement:

 Reduce lawn area (avoid evaporation loss of water)


 Drip Irrigation (deep percolation & avoid evaporation/ run-off)
 Sprinkler Irrigation (uniform distribution, high infiltration rate )

 Water recycles & reuse:

 Rain water harvesting system.


 Recharge the surplus water in to aquifer.

 Renewable-energy-based hot-water system:

 Meet 30% or more of the annual energy as per ECBC NORMS required for heating
water through renewable energy. Based water-heating system.

3. Detailed design basis

 Introduction
 Type of the Buildings -Type-A, B, C, D& E, Commercial & Educational etc.
 Max height of Building
 Residential-Category: above 60 m in height.
 Commercial-Category: above 30 m in height.

 Categories as per NBC--


 Group A (Residential) building requirement as per latest or NBC-2016.
 Group E (Business) building requirement as per latest or NBC-2016.

4. Code & Regulation


Plumbing/Sanitary systems will be based on conforming to the following codes and
standards:

 Regulations of the local authority.


 National Building Code (NBC-2016).[Latest version]
 Manual on water supply and treatments published by Central Public Health and
Environment Engineering Organization Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of
India.

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 Manual of sewerage and sewage treatment published by Central Public Health and
Environment Engineering Organization Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of
India.
 Relevant BIS Codes.
Good Engineering Practice.

5. Design brief

The Plumbing services for the project shall be based on the following:
i. Requirement of adequate and equal pressure of cold & hot water in toilets, kitchens and
other designated areas.
i. Adequate storage of raw water/domestic water in underground water tanks (for one day
requirement) for all building. Further static water storage for firefighting requirement shall
also be provided based on NBC-2016 requirements and as required by local Chief Fire
Officer. Separate underground fire tanks & fire pumps shall be provided as per local fire
officer’s requirement.

ii. Recycling of treated waste water (from sewage treatment plant) for flushing and for
irrigation water use.

 Total water requirement for building

The water requirement as per NBC-2016, I.S. specifications, Govt. manuals and general
practice for residential, commercial shall be as per following:
 Water requirement: -

 Residential Total water requirement @ 135 lpcd.(Domestic-90 lpcd & Flushing 45 lpcd).

 Commercial Total water requirement @ 45 lpcd.(Domestic-25 lpcd & Flushing 20 lpcd)

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WATER REQUIREMENT FOR RE-DEVELOPMENT OF STAFF COLONY AT


AZADPUR, DELHI
Water Total Domestic Total Flushing
Total
Occupancy Requirement Water Water
S.No. Description Units Occupancy Requirement
rate/Area per capita per Requirement Requirement
(LPD)
day (LPCD) (LPD) (LPD)

Residential Part

TOWER-A1 & A2
1.1 6 114.00 684 135 92340 61560 30780
(TYPE-V) G+20
TOWER-A3& A4
1.2 6 114.00 684 135 92340 61560 30780
(TYPE-V) G+20

TOWER-B1
2.1 G+20 (TYPE-IV & 6 120.00 720 135 97200 64800 32400
IV S) G+20
TOWER-B2 G+20
2.2 (TYPE-IV & IV S) 6 120.00 720 135 97200 64800 32400
G+20

TOWER-C1
3.1 G+20 (TYPE-IV
,IV S & III)
3.2 TYPE-IV & IV S 6 78.00 468 135 63180 42120 21060
3.3 TYPE-III 5 42.00 210 135 28350 18900 9450

TOWER-C2
4.1
G+20(TYPE-IV ,IV

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WATER REQUIREMENT FOR RE-DEVELOPMENT OF STAFF COLONY AT


AZADPUR, DELHI
Water Total Domestic Total Flushing
Total
Occupancy Requirement Water Water
S.No. Description Units Occupancy Requirement
rate/Area per capita per Requirement Requirement
(LPD)
day (LPCD) (LPD) (LPD)
S & III)
4.2 TYPE-IV & IV S 6 78.00 468 135 63180 42120 21060
4.3 TYPE-III 5 42.00 210 135 28350 18900 9450

TOWER-C3
5.1 G+20(TYPE-IV ,IV
S & III)
5.2 TYPE-IV & IV S 6 78.00 468 135 63180 42120 21060
5.3 TYPE-III 5 42.00 210 135 28350 18900 9450

TOWER-C4
6.1 G+20(TYPE-IV ,IV
S & III)
6.2 TYPE-IV & IV S 6 78.00 468 135 63180 42120 21060
6.3 TYPE-III 5 42.00 210 135 28350 18900 9450

TOWER-D1 G+20
7.1 5 120.00 600 135 81000 54000 27000
(TYPE- III)

TOWER-D2
8.1 5 120.00 600 135 81000 54000 27000
G+20(TYPE- III)

9.1 TOWER-D3 G+20 5 120.00 600 135 81000 54000 27000

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WATER REQUIREMENT FOR RE-DEVELOPMENT OF STAFF COLONY AT


AZADPUR, DELHI
Water Total Domestic Total Flushing
Total
Occupancy Requirement Water Water
S.No. Description Units Occupancy Requirement
rate/Area per capita per Requirement Requirement
(LPD)
day (LPCD) (LPD) (LPD)
(TYPE- III)

TOWER-D4 G+20
10.1 5 120.00 600 135 81000 54000 27000
(TYPE- III)

TOWER-D5 G+20
11.1 5 120.00 600 135 81000 54000 27000
(TYPE- III)

TOWER-E1
12.1 G+20 (TYPE-II &
III)
12.2 TYPE-II 6 84.00 504 135 68040 12150 22680
12.3 TYPE-III 5 36.00 180 135 24300 16200 8100

TOWER-E2
13.1 G+20 (TYPE-II &
III)
13.2 TYPE-II 6 84.00 504 135 68040 12150 22680
13.3 TYPE-III 5 36.00 180 135 24300 16200 8100

TOWER-E3
14.1 G+20 (TYPE-II &
III)

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WATER REQUIREMENT FOR RE-DEVELOPMENT OF STAFF COLONY AT


AZADPUR, DELHI
Water Total Domestic Total Flushing
Total
Occupancy Requirement Water Water
S.No. Description Units Occupancy Requirement
rate/Area per capita per Requirement Requirement
(LPD)
day (LPCD) (LPD) (LPD)
14.2 TYPE-II 6 84.00 504 135 68040 12150 22680
14.3 TYPE-III 5 36.00 180 135 24300 16200 8100

TOWER-E4 G+20
15.1
(TYPE-II & III)
15.2 TYPE-II 6 84.00 504 135 68040 12150 22680
15.3 TYPE-III 5 36.00 180 135 24300 16200 8100

Landscaping
(horticulture
16 etc.)Plot area- 27484.5412 164907.2472
27484.5412sqm
@6 ltrs/sqm
Total 1519560 1013040 506520

Capacity of
Sewage
Treatment Plant:
80% of total = 1215648 LPD

or Say = 1216 KLD

1 Commercial

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WATER REQUIREMENT FOR RE-DEVELOPMENT OF STAFF COLONY AT


AZADPUR, DELHI
Water Total Domestic Total Flushing
Total
Occupancy Requirement Water Water
S.No. Description Units Occupancy Requirement
rate/Area per capita per Requirement Requirement
(LPD)
day (LPCD) (LPD) (LPD)
1.1 BLOCK A 29266.04 2927 45 131715 73175 58540
1.2 BLOCK B 27736.04 2774 45 124830 69350 55480
Swimming Pool
Area-240
Sqm.Assuming 3
1.3 240 10800 10800
% as make up
water of total
volume
Water fountain
1.4 5000 5000
Lum Sum
Landscaping
(horticulture
1.5 etc.)Plot area- 7000 42000
7000 sqm @6
ltrs/sqm
158305 114004
Total 272309
Capacity of
Sewage
Treatment Plant:
217847.488
= LPD
80% of total

or Say = 218 KLD

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WATER REQUIREMENT FOR RE-DEVELOPMENT OF STAFF COLONY AT


AZADPUR, DELHI
Water Total Domestic Total Flushing
Total
Occupancy Requirement Water Water
S.No. Description Units Occupancy Requirement
rate/Area per capita per Requirement Requirement
(LPD)
day (LPCD) (LPD) (LPD)

Commercial AC
= 1400 TR
Load
AC Plant
(1400TR)
Drift Loss
,Evaporation Loss
etc. – 2%
Volume of Flow @
= 177811.2 LPD
4 USGPM/TR
Hours of
Operation – 10
Hrs.
Average Loading
– 70 %
Say = 178 KLD

Social Infrastructure Building

1 Club-1 2014 1119 45 50350 12588 37763


2 2014 1119 45 50350 12588 37763
Club-2
3 2400 600 45 27000 6750 20250
Primary School

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WATER REQUIREMENT FOR RE-DEVELOPMENT OF STAFF COLONY AT


AZADPUR, DELHI
Water Total Domestic Total Flushing
Total
Occupancy Requirement Water Water
S.No. Description Units Occupancy Requirement
rate/Area per capita per Requirement Requirement
(LPD)
day (LPCD) (LPD) (LPD)
4 9000 2250 45 101250 25313 75938
Secondary School
The contractor shall make final calculation as per prevailing local bye –laws and NBC whichever is more stringent and get them
approved from the client. The capacities indicated in DBR are minimum capacities and any rating/capacities required over and above
the indicated capacity shall be provided by the contractor at his own expense.

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 Source & Treatment

 Water will be sourced from the following source:-


 Municipal water
 Bore well Water(if allowed)
 Tanker Supply
 The Contractor shall collect the information with regard to the availability of water
from all the above three sources
 The ultimate source of water supply for the proposed buildings shall be Municipal
Water supply. However, during construction period and till the municipal water
supply is received, the source of water supply shall be Tube wells/ Bore wells.
However, if water is not found suitable for construction, Contractor shall make
alternate arrangements for getting water fit for constructions at his cost. Nothing
extra shall be paid for the same.
 The Bore wells will be installed inside the identified land of the proposed building
having sufficient number of bore holes with adequate yield capacity to meet the daily
water requirement, which shall be included in scope of work. Moreover, arranging
water supply from local Municipal Corporation and other approvals is the
responsibility of the Contractor.
 Water requirement to be taken per day of colony shall be taking into account
units/commercial area and others etc.

 Water Treatment System

In order to decide the exact treatment to be adopted, it is essential to know the chemical
composition of raw water as per IS 10500. Contractor shall get the water samples tested
from all the possible sources. If there is no tube well existing at site, sample may be taken
from some other tube well existing in the vicinity of the site.

In general practice following water treatment system will be adopted.

 The water from the source will be brought into the underground fire static tank to
overflow into the raw water tank. Water from this tank shall be treated in the water
treatment plant, consisting of chlorination, filtration (DMF, ACF & SOFTENER),
located in the plant room. Domestic water shall be supplied after chlorination and
filtration. The domestic water shall be stored in the domestic water tank.
 The contractor shall make final calculation as per prevailing local bye –laws
and NBC whichever is more stringent and get them approved from the client.
The capacities indicated in DBR are minimum capacities and any
rating/capacities required over and above the indicated capacity shall be
provided by the contractor at his own expense

 Quality of Water, Pumping, Overhead Storage & Distribution System

 Quality of Water Supply

Since, the water will be required for different uses it has to be of a required standard quality.
Therefore treatment of water is recommended, depending upon the results obtained from
different analytical examinations of the samples of water, taken from the proposed sources.
It is also advisable to maintain a strict monitoring system on the quality of the water during
the operation of the system.

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Depending upon the analysis of water available, specific treatments shall be suggested.
However the water shall be passed through filter (ACF & DMF), softener and shall be
chlorinated prior to the supply for the Users.

Desirable quality of Domestic water as per standards lay down follows:

Sr. No Parameter Value-Inlet Value-Outlet Unit


1 Ph 6.5– 8 6.5– 7.5
BOD ( 5 days at
2 250-300 < 10mg/l. mg/l
200 C)
3 COD 600-800 < 30 mg/l. mg/l
Suspended
4 200-400 < 5mg/l mg/l
Solids
5 Specific Gravity 1.02
6 TDS 500-1000 Mg/l
7 Oil & Grease 40-50 < 1 mg/l Mg/l
8 Total Nitrogen 30-35 < 10 mg/l Mg/l
9 Total P 07-Aug < 5 mg/l Mg/l

 Water Supply System

 Domestic Water

 For pumping and distribution of domestic water to building blocks, the gravity system is
being proposed. The domestic water from underground domestic water tank shall be
transmitted via hdropneumatic pumping system to OHT and by gravity from OHT the
water shall be supplied by gravity to all user points. The system shall be designed to
take care of peak demand of water and a residual pressure at the ground floor users
point shall be minimum 1.5 kg/cm2. Since the pressure in the lower floors shall be high,
pressure reducing valves shall be provided to maintain reasonable pressure. The top
two floors will have separate hydro-pneumatic pumping system. (Min 1.5 kg/cm2)

 Each building block shall have an O.H tank (Domestic) as per requirement capacity
mentioned above in sheet.

 Water supply system will be completely automatic through level controller &
mechanically operated float valve.
RCC Overhead terrace Tank of calculated capacity shall be provided.

 Flushing Water

 Since the recycled water from STP is to be used for flushing, hydropneumatic pumps
is used to fill OHT of each Blocks and via gravity this water shall be used only for
flushing and ablution taps/health faucets shall be connected to flushing water.

 Pumping system is proposed for flushing water system by gravity system and since
the pressure in the lower floors shall be high, pressure reducing valves shall be
provided to maintain reasonable pressure.
Each tower shall have an O.H. tank (Flushing) as per requirement & mechanically
floated operated valve.

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 Water for Irrigation/ Horticulture/Road washing

 Water to the garden hydrants shall be supplied through a separate garden pump,
wherein treated water shall be supplied from treated sewage tank near STP. Another
set of pump will be provided near raw water tank in plant room to fill the treated
sewage water tank whenever the sewage flow is low.
Operation of these pumps shall be manually operated system.
 Hot water system

 Solar shall be provided as per EIA requirement.

 It is mandatory to provide 30% hot water supply from solar water heating system for
generation of hot water as required by MOEF.
 All hot water supply pipe shall be insulated by Nitrile Insulation.

 Solar Water Heating system considered as per ECBC NORMS:

 Note: All the estimates are given for hot water at 60º C. This hot water has to be mixed
with cold water to bring down its temperature to endurance limits. Mixing will also
increase quantity of hot water actually required.

 Water Distribution

Pipe sizing shall be based on fixture unit calculation as per ASPE standard. However, the
maximum velocity in the water supply piping shall not exceed 2.4 m/second; whereas the
limiting maximum velocity in hot water return piping shall be 1.2 m /second.
Water meters shall be provided in identified areas for water consumption recording for
efficient monitoring and assessment.
Color coding for flushing water supply piping shall be ensured for clear identification of the
piping.
 Location & Area requirements for Plant Room & Storages

 The U.G. water tanks shall be located separately as marked in the drawing and the
Plumbing & Fire Fighting plant room shall be adjacent to underground tank. The plant
room has fire pumps, water supply pumps, water treatment plant and all other related
equipment located there. These services shall act as a centralized system for
buildings.

 Tank Storages

 The capacity of all Underground & Overhead Storages shall be as follows:

S. No. Description-Residential Capacity Unit

1 UG Fire Static Tank -1 Capacity 325 m3

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2 UG Fire Static Tank -2 Capacity 325 m3

3 UG Raw Water -1 Tank Capacity 250 m3

4 UG Raw Water -2 Tank Capacity 250 m3

5 UG Domestic Tank-1 Capacity 250 m3

6 UG Domestic Tank-2 Capacity 250 m3

S. No. Description-Commercial Capacity Unit


7 UG Fire Static Tank -1 Capacity 300 m3
8 UG Fire Static Tank -2 Capacity 300 m3
9 UG Raw Water -1 Tank Capacity 100 m3
10 UG Raw Water -2 Tank Capacity 100 m3
11 UG Domestic Tank-1 Capacity 100 m3
12 UG Domestic Tank-2 Capacity 100 m3
13 UG Soft Tank-1 Capacity 100 m3
14 UG Soft Tank-2 Capacity 100 m3

UG Flushing & Irrigation water (from STP)

The contractor shall make final calculation as per prevailing local bye –laws and NBC
whichever is more stringent and get them approved from the client. The capacities
indicated in DBR are minimum capacities and any rating/capacities required over and
above the indicated capacity shall be provided by the contractor at his own expense.

Over Head TANK CAPACITY shall be half day requirement.


 Materials for Water Supply

 All underground and OHT shall be provided in RCC.

 DI pipes shall be used for main transmissions of potable water up to underground


reservoirs.

 All external pipes in trenches along with the road and parking (external pipe network)
shall be DI pipes.

 All the inlet pipes from external pipe network up to Overhead filling line, terrace piping,
down take in shaft shall be G.I heavy class pipe and terrace and shaft down take pipe
shall be G.I medium class including fittings.

 For internal works, the pipes running at the ceiling level and then dropping down in
chases to the various fixtures will be (chlorinated poly vinyl chloride) CPVC pipe
conforming to IS 15778 CTS SDR-11 using solvent weld CPVC fittings.

 Fittings shall be malleable iron fittings/CPVC fittings SDR 20

 Valves on branches, main line and pumps shall have ball valve/gate valve/butterfly valve
of good approved quality, as per requirement.

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 Sewerage System
 MOEF Requirement

 As per MOEF requirement it is mandatory to provide STP now a day and same shall be
done for this project.

 It is proposed that the sewage generated from the all blocks shall be treated in a
sewage treatment plant, so that the treated effluent can be recycled for horticulture,
flushing Road Washing requirements of the Project. So that site will be ZERO discharge
site

 Soil waste from toilets, urinals i.e. domestic waste and waste will be collected by
horizontal and vertical soil pipes and discharged separately to the manholes discharged
through gully traps into the manhole of the external sewerage system.

 The external sewerage system shall be running around the building periphery having
manholes in front of each shaft. The main sewer line will carry the whole sewage by
gravity up to the Sewage Treatment Plant and the excess treated water from STP will be
thrown to the ultimate Municipal disposal point of the building and treated water from
STP will utilized for garden irrigation system and soft water for cooling tower.
 Sewage Treatment Plant
 MOEF Requirement

 As per MOEF requirement it is mandatory to provide STP now a day and same shall be
done for this project. The STP capacity shall be designed as total sewerage flow+ 20%
additional as per MOEF guideline.

 It is proposed that the sewage generated from the all blocks shall be treated in a
sewage treatment plant, so that the treated effluent can be recycled for horticulture,
flushing Road Washing requirements of the Project. So that site will be ZERO discharge
site.

 Sewerage System

 Soil pipes from toilets, urinals i.e. domestic waste etc. will be collected by horizontal and
vertical soil pipes and discharged separately to the manholes. Wastes from wash
basins, sinks, and from other waste fixtures shall be collected separately by waste pipes
and be discharged through gully traps into the manhole of the external sewerage
system.

 The external sewerage system shall be running around the building periphery having
manholes in front of each shaft. The main sewer line will carry the whole sewage by
gravity up to the Sewage Treatment treated water from STP will utilized for garden
irrigation and flushing system.
 Sewage Treatment Plant

 It is proposed to treat the domestic sewage in a scientific manner through a properly


planned sewage treatment plant. The objective is to stabilize the decomposable organic
matters present in sewage so as to get an sewage and sludge having characteristics

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which are within safe limits, and which can be recycled and re-utilized for various
purposes to help in maintaining the ecology of nature and save energy resources.

 Sewage treatment plant is based on widely used and most effective process of
Membrane Bio Reactor Technology system (MBR).
 Sewerage Disposal

 The meaning of efficient sewerage disposal system is slowly changing due to increase
of water-demand and continuous depletion of underground water resources with the
development of civilization in the coming future. Earlier it was limited only to the
collection of different wastes to the nearest manhole through external sewer lines and
ultimate disposal to either main municipal sewer line or septic tank and soak pits in case
municipal lines did not exist.

 But now-a-days especially for the areas where there is a scarcity of water, the sewage
waste can be treated and recycled for different purposes like, cooling tower for DG
purpose, to garden hydrants for landscaping and to other usage points except drinking
purpose.

 S.T.P removes up to 90% - 95% of BOD as a percentage of original sewage.


 The treated water from STP can be recycled for various purposes, thus reducing the
overburden on the underground water resources.

 The composite sewage shall flow by gravity through external sewer lines up to the last
manhole, from where it shall be disposed to the STP for its final treatment and recycling,
by providing re-lift pumps & sumps at suitable locations.

 The characteristics of untreated sewage entering into the STP and treated effluent
characteristics from STP along with its working process are as follows:

 Domestic sewage effluent from the units will flow through Bar Screen, Oil Skimmer and
collected in equalization tank.

 The homogenized and mixed wastewater in the equalization tank shall be pumped
through fine screening before entering the MBR.

 An internally-fed screen with punched-hole openings less than or equal to 2-3 mm in


diameter with no possibility of bypass or carryover is absolutely required to maintain
both membrane warranty, and optimal MBR operation.

 Provision of Anoxic Tank shall be kept for de-nitrification in the system Effluent from the
Equalization tank and Return Activated Sludge (RAS) being pumped from the
membrane tank must be mixed and fed into the bioreactor tank.

 Biological trains shall be equally divided into single/multiple trains on hydraulic loading
and shall be operated in parallel. Each train shall comprise of an aerobic tank. For
Nitrogen removal, bioreactor shall additionally consist of Anoxic zone of suitable size.

 Influent wastewater and re-circulated sludge shall be divided between all the biological
trains as it enters each aerobic tank.

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 Biological process blowers and fine bubble diffusers in the aerobic tanks shall provide
the oxygen required for the biological process as well as the mixing energy required to
keep the mixed liquor in suspension. Dissolved oxygen shall be monitored in each
aerobic tank to achieve a desired set point of 2 mg/L.

 The mixed liquor shall overflow by gravity from the biological tanks to the membrane
tanks where the solid/liquid separation takes place by means of the vacuum created by
the process pumps. The permeate shall be stored in the permeate storage tank.

 The mixed liquor from the end of the bioreactor aerobic zone shall proceed by gravity to
the membrane filtration basins. At the outlet of each aerobic tank and inlet of each
filtration basin there shall be an isolation valve. Flow shall proceed by gravity through
the valve. The sluice gate valve, isolation valve can be used to either isolate of the
membrane tank (i.e. during cleans). Plant demand shall be controlled by the feed flow
into the system and can be trimmed by the level in the bioreactor/membrane tank.

 One permeate pump per membrane train shall be employed to draw water through the
membranes. Treated water shall flow from the permeate pump to the final disposal
point.

 Under normal operation and average day flow conditions, permeation is stopped for a
specific period of time at regular intervals. This membrane relaxation period, combined
with air scouring, effectively removes solids that have accumulated on the membrane
surface or within the fibers.

 Same permeate pump with valving arrangement shall be provided for back-pulsing the
membranes.

 From membrane tanks, Permeate pump shall draw treated effluent through the pores of
the membrane fibers and into the back-pulse tank. Once full, the treated effluent is
automatically diverted away from the back-pulse tank to a final disposal point. Clean
water (permeate) is suctioned through hollow fiber membranes by centrifugal permeate
pumps.

 The membranes shall be air scoured with required capacity of membrane aeration
blowers fitted with Mechanical Variable speed drive or with pulley arrangement.

 Waste activated sludge (WAS), shall be removed to the sludge handling facilities via a
side stream on the discharge from the membrane tank by pumping in a controlled
manner.

 MAJOR PROCESS COMPONENTS FOR MBR SYSTEM

The plant shall comprise of the following major components (not limited to):
Coarse and fine Bar screens, Oil Removal system Equalization tank, Mixing
system , Anoxic Tank and mixer

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During recovery clean, no permeate water shall be generated from the membrane train
by considering an equalization tank of suitable capacity to take care of the variable flow
rates.

Bioreactor feed pump

Mechanical Fine Screen 2-3 mm (Punched Hole configuration)

Screen raw wastewater with 3 mm punch hole internally fed rotary drum screen or
centre flow travelling band screen or fine brush screen.

DESIGN NOTES.

a) All screen openings are punch hole (dimensions in two directions). Bar or wedge
wire fine screens are not acceptable.

b) Alternative screens and/or pre-treatment methods shall be submitted by contractor for


approval to Engineer in Charge.
b.1) Bioreactor tank
b.2) Anoxic Mixer in anoxic zone ( Only if Nitrogen removal required)
b.3) Fine bubble diffusers for aerobic tanks
b.4) Instruments such as DO meter
b.5) Biological process blowers
b.6) Biological process chemical feed system
b.7) Membrane tank with accessories for installing UF membrane.

c) A “membrane train” is a treatment unit consisting of multiple “cassettes” that are


manifolded together, installed in a concrete (i.e. membrane tank) and connected to a
common permeate pump.

d) Within each membrane tank, the cassettes are connected to permeate header and air
supply header(s). The permeate header conveys permeate from the cassettes to the
permeate pump suction and also delivers cleaning solutions to the membranes. The air
headers deliver air to cassette aerators for air scouring to prevent solids accumulation
on the membrane surface.

Material Specifications for the Sewerage System


 SW Pipes
For dia. Upto 600mm Grade ‘A’ as per IS:651 depending on site conditions with laying,
jointing and bedding as per IS:4127-1983.
 RCC Pipes
Designation of RCC pipes (NP-3 etc) shall be decided as per IS 458, IS 783 and other
relevant codes (with upto date amendments) and CPWD specification. The concrete mix in
the cradle shall be M15.
 Manholes
The manholes shall be constructed with RCC with design mix M30 as per site conditions,
as directed by Engineer-in-Charge. The guidelines laid down in IS 4111 shall be followed in
this context. The RCC manholes shall be as per standard specifications of National Building
Code, IS 4111 & CPWD Guidelines.

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 Manhole Covers
Steel fiber reinforced concrete (SFRC) Manhole cover with frame conforming to IS: 12592
shall be provided.
 Drainage & Rain Water Harvesting System

 Introduction
Due to urbanization of the land and sharp growth in population and thus increase in water
demand for various uses, the fresh water is becoming scarce in most regions of the area. In
certain areas due to almost total dependency on the underground water, the wells and bore
wells are getting deeper and deeper. Also due to increase in paved surface/roof areas, the
amount of natural/percolation of rainfall is reducing very drastically.Therefore, it has
become very necessary to harvest the rain water as maximum as possible. The drainage
system needs to be planned with a view to incorporate rainwater harvesting principles.

 Systems of Rainwater Harvesting


Out of the various techniques adopted in India, and approved of by the Central Ground
Water Authority, the following are the three main classes of rainwater harvesting systems:
System that collect direct roof runoff for storage and then reusing for various purposes.
Systems that use in-field or adjoining surface catchments to collect run-off and then
impounded for irrigation, horticultural, recreational & domestic purposes, after treatment.
Systems that utilize the rainwater run-off from various surfaces including Terrace and
Roads and green areas etc. for re-charging of the underground aquifer, through various
measures.
In this system, the catchments from roof/terrace areas are further segregated for direct
recharging of aquifer through filter media.
The catchment from surfaces of road/paved/park/lawns etc. is segregated and then taken to
underground, through desalting chamber/oil and grease separator etc.
Therefore as per prevailing practice and from a practical point of view , it is more feasible
and recommended to use rainwater to recharge groundwater aquifers than for direct
storage. Therefore, it is proposed to implement the system as explained above, so as to
maximize the rain water utilization efficiency for recharging the underground aquifer.

 References
Manual on “Rain Water Harvesting & Conservation” by Govt. of India, Central Public Works
Department (CPWD), New Delhi, 2009.
Guidelines from Central Water Board - Ministry of Water Resources, Govt. of India.
A Water Harvesting manual for Urban Areas Case Studies from Delhi by Centre for Science
& Environment.
 Proposed Storm Water Drainage System
In general the rain water from terraces and other open areas shall be collected through
Rain water down take pipes and connected to catch basins. The Rain water from hard
courts and landscaped area shall be collected by catch basins through a RCC pipe network
/ or open drains with gratings and connected to the rain water harvesting pits in the hotel
complex and finally over flow from rain water harvesting will be led out to main Municipal
Drainage.

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 Rain Water Harvesting Calculations

Details Calculation of Rain Water Harvesting Pit (RWH).


S.No. Description Details Unit Remarks
A Terraces areas - Volume of runoff
1 AREA Sqm/Hector
2 RAINFALL (One Hour) 75 mm/Hr
3 COEFFICIENT 0.8
DISCHARGE AS PER RAINFALL INTENSITY
4 (Q) CUM/Hr

B Road and Paved areas -Volume of runoff

1 AREA SQM
HECTARE
2 RAINFALL (One Hour) 75 mm/Hr
3 COEFFICIENT 0.6
DISCHARGE AS PER RAINFALL INTENSITY
4 (Q) CUM/Hr

C Landscaped & green areas - volume of runoff

1 AREA SQM
HECTARE
2 RAINFALL (One Hour) 75 mm/Hr
3 COEFFICIENT 0.2
DISCHARGE AS PER RAINFALL INTENSITY
4 (Q) CUM/Hr

D Total for all areas - volume of runoff & Calculation for RWH

Total Volume of runoff generated from the


1 m3
proposed campus (A+B+C)
Percolation of Rain Water through harvesting pit
2 m3
30% of total discharge
3 Bance Volume of rainwater discharge capacity. m3
Size of the Rain Water Harvesting Pit Structure (Dia. of Pipe-3 m effective depth-
4
for 15 minute storage 2m)
Details Calculation of Rain Water Harvesting Pit (RWH).

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Details Calculation of Rain Water Harvesting Pit (RWH).


S.No. Description Details Unit Remarks
5 Volume of 1 Infiltration Structure m3
6 Number of Infiltration Structure Provided Nos

Note:
Calculations based on Mannings formula
Q=10*C*I* A

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 Internal Plumbing System


 Details of System

1. System Designed Two pipe (stack) system as recommended in


code of practice for soil and waste pipes above
ground (IS : 5329 – 1964)
2. Minimum Dia Adopted
(a) All main soil & waste pipes and 100mm OD/75mm OD
branches C.I Pipes
(b) All Main soil & waste vertical stacks 100 and 150mm OD as per requirement
For kitchens dedicated stack to be provided.

(c) Vents Pipe If Required 75 mm OD


(d) Wash Basin waste connection to 40mm OD
floor traps
(e) Floor Drain 75 mm OD
3. Vertical Pipe (Exposed & All soil, waste, and vent pipes shall be running
approachable) vertically in vertical shafts as per architectural
drawing.
4. Access door junctions for cleaning Each connection from the fixtures.
purpose
5. Clean out Plugs Where two or three fixtures are connected to a
single horizontal pipe leading to a vertical stack
(in toilets), provided at starting point. The cleanout
plugs shall have access from the ceiling or shall
be flush with the finished floor level.

6. Water seal for all traps Minimum 50mm

7. Methodology of conveying At ceiling level below, by hanging the pipes with


horizontal soil & waste pipes / M.S structural supports/dash fasteners and proper
sinking of slab (Option – I) clamping etc. with proper slope (1:60). All
structural Beams at ceiling level should be
inverted.
App. 100mm sunken depth required for
connection of Wash Basin & Floor Drain etc.

Option - II At floor level below, by laying the pipes on floor


with proper slope (1:60). All structural Beams at
floor level should be downwards preferably.
App. 350 mm sunken depth required for
connection of W.C., Wash Basin & Floor Drain,
traps etc. However,in case of Indian W.C. the
sunken depth required is 450 mm.

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8. Material
(a) All soil, waste and vent pipes and All soil, waste, vent and anti-syphonage pipes and
fittings. fittings 50mm and above shall be C.I. pipes
conforming to IS: 3989 or as per requirement.

(b) Waste pipe from sinks, wash basins Waste pipes 50mm and below from sinks, wash
and urinals etc. basins and other appliances shall be G.I. pipes to
IS: 1239 (medium class).
(c) Rain water pipe UPVC pipe conforming to IS : 13592 Type A

 Fixtures and Fittings


Sanitary fixtures shall be off-white vitreous china and of standard quality and make, as per
requirement& finishing schedule.
C.P. fittings shall be as per requirement and of good quality (medium range).
While selecting and installing vitreous china and C.P. fittings, following attention has been
given:
Wherever applicable toilets should have fixtures and fittings to accommodate all kinds of users
such as children of different ages and handicapped on wheel chairs.
Proper disposal of soil and waste through special appliances as per requirements i.e. bed pan
washers.
Generally following type of fixtures/accessories shall be provided:
(A) W.C.

 Wall hung W.C shall be used.

 Some toilets shall have European type floor mounted W.C. with flushing cistern as per
requirement.

 In many cases like general toilets, utility room toilets, clean room toilet, sluice room toilets
and general ward toilets etc. Indian W.C. with flushing cistern will be provided as per
requirement.

 Toilet paper holder and ablution tap/Health faucet for E.W.C, while only ablution tap for
I.W.C. will be provided.
(B) Wash Basins

 Pedestal washbasin/Under counter washbasin/corner washbasin/Under counter rectangular


washbasin/with mirror, hot & cold water mixers as per requirement, liquid soap containers
and towel rings.
(C) Sinks

 Single bowl with drain board stainless steel sink/2 Single tap with mixer, single tap without
mixer for RO.Each sink shall be provided with loft tank of 200 ltrs and RO point as
applicable.
(D) Urinals

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 Sensor based urinals with glass partition. Flat back semi-stall urinals of size as per finishing
schedule or as applicable shall be provided in main toilets of the building.
 IS Code for Plumbing Work

IS 651-1965 Specification for salt Glazed stoneware pipes and fittings (First
revision).

IS 782-1978 Specification for caulking lead.

IS 1172-1971 Code of basic requirements for water supply, drainage and


sanitation (revised).

IS 1239-1968 (Part-I) Specifications for mild steel tube, tubular and other steel pipe
fittings.

IS 1239-1968 (Part-II) Specifications for mild steel tube, tubular and other steel pipe
fittings.

IS 1537-1976 Specification for vertically cast iron pressure pipes for water, gas
and sewage.

IS 1536-1976 Specification for centrifugally Cast (Spun) Iron pressure pipes for
water, gas and sewage.

IS 1538 (Part 1 to 23) Specification for Cast Iron fittings for pressure pipes for water,
gas and sewage.

IS 1626-1960 AC building pipes, gutters and fittings (Spigot and socket type).

IS 1726-1960 Code for cast iron manhole frame and cover.

IS 1729-1979 Specification for Sand cast iron Spigot and Ventilating pipes,
fittings and accessories.
IS 1742-1960 Code of practice for building drainage.

Code of practice for selection, installation and maintenance of


IS 2064-1962 sanitary appliances.

IS 2065-1963 Code of practice for water supply to buildings.

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IS 3114-1965 Code of practice for laying of C.I. Pipes.

IS 3589-1981 Specification for electrically welded steel pipes for water, gas
and sewage.

IS 3989-1970 Centrifugally cast spun iron and socket soil and ventilating pipe,
fittings and accessories.

IS 4111-1967 Code of practice for Ancillary structure in sewerage system.

IS 4127-1967 Code of Practice for laying glazed stone ware pipe.

IS 4515 Specification for unplasticized PVC pipe fittings.

IS 4985-1981 Specification for unplasticized PVC pipes for portable water


supplies.

IS 1703-1984 Ball Valves

IS 2548-1970 Toilet Seat Cover

IS 4736-1986 Galvanizing G.I. Pipes

IS 780-1984 Cast iron sluice valves

IS 778-1984 Full way valves

IS 2692-1978 Brass ferrule

IS 458-1971 R.C.C. pipes


National building code for water supply, drainage and sanitation Part IX Plumbing services
section 1 & 2.
The installation shall also be in conformity with the bye-laws and a requirement of the local
authority is so far as these become applicable to the installation. Where ever this
specification calls for a higher standard of materials and/or workmanship then those
required by any of the above regulations and standards, then this specification shall
take precedence over the said regulations and standards. Wherever drawings and
specifications require something that may violate the regulations, the regulation shall
govern.

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 FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM

1. Introduction

 Type of the Buildings - Type-A, B, C, D & E E, Commercial & Educational.


 Max height of Building --
Residential-Category: above 60 m in height.
Commercial-Category: above 30 m in height.

 Categories as per NBC--


 Group A (Residential) building requirement as per latest or NBC-2016.
 Group E (Business) building requirement as per latest or NBC-2016.

References & Design Guideline Sources


National Building Code of India - (Latest Edition, November 2016 - Part - IV, Fire & Life
Safety)
IS: 3844-1989 - Code of practice for installation and maintenance of internal fire hydrants
and hose reels on premises.
IS: 13039-1991 - Code of practice for external hydrant system provision and maintenance.
IS: 2190-1992 - Code of practice for selection, and maintenance of first aid fire
extinguishers.
IS: 15105:2002 – Design & Installation of Fixed Automatic Sprinkler Fire Extinguishing
Systems
2. Wet Riser & Hydrants System
The fire fighting system shall be provided mainly as per latest National Building Code of
India 2016 (Part IV) and other relevant I.S codes and it shall be consisting of:-
Static Underground storage fire tank of 600 m3 capacity and terrace tanks refer of above
OHT sheet or as per Fire approval.
Under Ground Tank Capacity calculation below:
As per NBC 600 KL storage is required.
The contractor shall make final calculation as per prevailing local bye –laws and NBC
whichever is more stringent and get them approved from the client. The capacities
indicated in DBR are minimum capacities and any rating/capacities required over and
above the indicated capacity shall be provided by the contractor at his own expense
As per NBC Wet - riser system with landing hydrant valves and fire hose cabinet @ 900m2
area minimum requirement for this building, Location to be as per final architectural layouts.
(As per recommendations of IS: 3844:1989, Code of practice for installation of Internal
Hydrants)

Each Fire Hose Cabinet shall be consisting of:


2 Nos., 63mm dia and 15m long rubberized fabric lined hose pipe as per IS: 636 type-II.
Gunmetal/SS male and female instantaneous type coupling as per I.S:903 with I.S.
specifications.
Gunmetal/SS branch pipe with nozzle as per I.S:903

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First-aid fire hose reels with 20mm dia 36.5m long with 5mm bore gunmetal nozzle as per
I.S:884 - 1969.
Fireman’s axe.
Sprinkler to be installed in entire building As per NBC/Local Fire authority guidelines.
3. Fire Pumps
Wet riser system, shall be connected with the following type of fire pumps, which will be
operated automatically and also on emergency supply.

 Two nos. of Jockey Pump of 180 lpm discharge.


 One no. Main Fire Pump 2850lpm discharge.
 Two nos. Diesel Pump 2850 lpm discharge.
 One no Sprinkler pump 2850 lpm discharge.
 One no Water curtain pump 1620 lpm discharge.
The contractor shall make final calculation as per prevailing local bye –laws and NBC
whichever is more stringent and get them approved from the client. The capacities
indicated in DBR are minimum capacities and any rating/capacities required over and
above the indicated capacity shall be provided by the contractor at his own expense

All fire pumps shall be with positive suction arrangements.


All the fire pumps shall cut-in automatically based on the pressure settings, so as to ensure
that the entire fire main line, risers etc. are pressurized on a continuous basis.
The jockey pump shall automatically cut-out based on the pressure settings. However, the
remaining fire pumps shall off only in the manual mode.

4. Fire Extinguishers
The following type of portable fire extinguishers shall be provided at all levels of the towers,
at strategic locations as per requirements, generally to follow IS – 2190: 1992)
Two 9 liter water expelling type for every 600 m2 area with minimum of 1 extinguisher per
floor. : 15683

Dry powder type of 6kg. capacity for every 100 m2 of area--IS : 15683
One nos. 4.5 kg, CO2 type for every 100 m2 of area.-- IS : 15683
One nos. 22.5 kg, CO2 type for HVAC Plant Room, Transformer Area & Plumbing Plant
Room of area.-- IS : 15683
Clean agent gas suppression system shall be provided for LT & HT panel room area and
server room.
The contractor shall make final calculation as per prevailing local bye –laws and NBC
whichever is more stringent and get them approved from the client. The capacities
indicated in DBR are minimum capacities and any rating/capacities required over and
above the indicated capacity shall be provided by the contractor at his own expense.
5. IS Code for Fire Fighting Work

IS 1239-1968 (Part-I) Specifications for mild steel tube, tubular and other
steel pipe fittings.

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IS 1239-1968 (Part-II) Specifications for mild steel tube, tubular and other
steel pipe fittings.

IS 1536-1976 Specification for centrifugally Cast (Spun) Iron


pressure pipes with flanges for water, gas and
sewage.

IS 1538 (Part 1 to 23) Specification for Cast Iron fittings for pressure
pipes for water, gas and sewage.

IS 1726-1960 Code for cast iron manhole frame and cover.

IS 3589-1981 Specification for electrically welded steel pipes for


water, gas and sewage.

IS 4736-1986 Galvanizing G.I. Pipes

IS 636-1988 Non percolating flexible firefighting delivery hose


(third revision)

IS 694-1990 PVC insulated cables for working voltages up to


and including 1.100 volts (third revision)

IS 778-1984 Copper alloy gate, globe and check valves for


water works purposes (fourth revision)
(Amendment 2)

IS 780-1984 Sluice valves for water works purposes (50 to 300


mm) size (sixth revision) (amendment 3)

IS 884-1985 Specification for first-aid hose-reel for firefighting


(for fixed installations) (first revision) (with
amendment No.1)

IS 900-1992 Code of practice for installation and maintenance


of induction motors (second revision)

IS 901-1988 Specification for couplings, double male and


double female, instantaneous pattern for
firefighting (third revision)

IS 902-1992 Suction hose coupling for firefighting of purposes


(third revision)

IS 903-1984 Specification of fire hose delivery couplings branch


pipe, nozzles and nozzle spanner (third revision)
(Amendment 5)
IS 937-1981 Specification for washers for water fittings for
firefighting purposes (revised) (with amendment
No, 1)
IS 1520-1980 Horizontal centrifugal pumps for clear cold, fresh
water (second revision)
IS 1536-1976 Horizontally cast iron pressure pipes for water, gas
& sewage (first revision) (with Amendments No. 1
to 4)
IS 1554-1988 Part I PVC insulated (heavy duty) electric cables

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(working voltage up to and including 1100 volts


(third revision)
IS 1554-1988 Part II PVC insulated (heavy duty) electric cables
(working voltage from 3.3 KV up to and including
11 KV (second revision)
IS 1648-1961 Code of practice for fire safety of buildings
(General) Firefighting equipment and its
maintenance (with amendment No.1)
IS 3624-1987 Pressure and vacuum gauges (Second revision)
IS 4736-1968 Hot-dip zinc coatings on steel tubes (with
Amendment No.1)
IS 5290-1983 Specification for landing valves (second revision)
(with Amendments No.6)
IS 5312- 1984 Part I Swing check type reflux (non return) valves Part I-
single door pattern (with amendments nos. 1 & 2)
IS 5312- 1986 Part II Swing check type reflux (non return) valves Part II-
Multi
door pattern (with amendments nos. 1 & 2)
IS 7285 Seamless cylinders for storage of gas at high
pressure.
IS 2189-1962 Code of practice for Automatic Fire alarm system
IS 2195-1962 Specification for heat sensitive fire detectors
IS 732-1973 Code of practice for electrical wiring installation

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