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COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF HIGH-RISE BUILDING . CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS ANNEX I TO GUIDELINE I EXTERNAL INSPECTION ENGINEER (4:12.2003) General Requirements 1, The external inspection engineer shall be a qualified engineer of an inspection engineering group which is registered with CQHP for inspection works in the projects. 2. The minimum number of engineers in the group should be 3. 3. The minimum qualification’ of the leader of the group shall be in accordance with the minimum qualification requirements shown in Guideline 1(B). 4. The minimum qualification for the members in the group shall be as follows: Category A: BE (Civil) with minimum 6 years of related experience Category B: BE (Civil) with minimum 4 years of related experience Category C: BE (Civil) with minimum 3 years of related experience Duties and Responsibilities: 1, The external inspection engineer must check before concreting all the rebars, formworks etc. as mentioned in the check list of Guideline II to see whether the works done are according to the structural drawings. He / She must fill the forms of check lists and sign on it. ‘The external inspection engineer niust be at the site during conereting and check the works of quality control. He / She has to advise the site‘engineers on the measures that should be taken to meet the requirements of CQHP Guidelines IV and -V. t 3. The inspection engineeting group has to submit the results of inspection and monthly reports to CQHP. MAES 6 COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF HIGH-RISE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS ANNEX (I) TO GUIDELINE II NUMBER OF BORE HOLES AND DEPTH OF BORING (20-11-2003 ) 5 A. Number of Bore Holes For average soil and terrain conditions, 1. Up to 10,000 £2, minimum no. of bore holes shall be one bore hole / 2500 ft” of projected building area but not less than 2 holes. 2. If the projected area is more than 10,000.ft, (a) for the first 10,000 £7, follow Rule 1. (b) for additional area, no. of additional bore holes shall be one bore hole/5,000 f? of projected building area. For irregular soil and terrain conditions, no. of additional bore holes will be decided through consultation between structural engineer and geotechnical consultant, B. Depth of Boring 1, For shallow foundations, At least 1.5 times lesser dimension, but not less than 30 ft. If the depth given by the above guideline is more than the capability of the boring machine or for special conditions, consult the structural engineer. 2. For deep foundations, Use the following equation to determine the minimum depth of boring: Z=15 S°7(f), where S istheno, of stcreys including basement. However, boring shall not be terminated until minimum SPT value for the last three consecutive levels is 40. “ COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF HIGH-RISE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS ANNEX If TO GUIDELINE IL Geotechnical report shall include liquefaction analysis by using any acceptable methods, one of which is stated below. ONE METHOD OF LIQUEFACTION ANALYSIS (4.12.2003) ‘The Method of Analysis is as follows: Step 1: The first step is to determine the Seismic Shear Stress Ratio (SSR).SSR induced by the earthquake at any point in the ground is estimated by SSR = 065s (amex) ( Sy ) g 6 v0 in which @ max = peak acceleration measured or estimated at the ground surface of the site( m/s”). g = acceleration of gravity (9.81 m/s”) 6 vo = total vertical stress at a particular depth, where the liquefaction analysis is being performed =f XZ © vo = vertical effective stress at that same depth where 6 yo was calculated = (Tat -Tw) Z Tw = saturated unit weight of the soil ty = unit weight of water lepth reduction factor 1-(0.012) (@) 14 N = depth in meters below the ground surface where the liquefaction analysis is performed. (the same depth used to calculate Gy) and 6 yo Step 2: The second step is to determine the Seismic Shear Stress ( SSR’ ) that will cause liquefaction of the in situ soil. Fig 1 _can be used to determine SSR’ . In order to use the fig. SPT (Ni)so must be-known. SPT (Nj)eo is the corrected SPT Neo for the effect of overburden pressure. (Ni)oo = Cw Neo =[ 100 } °* Noo 60 Noo = 1.67 Em Cy C, N « Where, Neo =SPT N value corrected for the field testing procedure E, =hammerefficiency , . 0.6 for a safety hammer ( Free Fall — Aub/ Tp) O45 fora doughnut hammer ( Rape ¢ «Pay — Manuel ) Cp = borehole diameter correction 0 for 65to 115mm @ boreholes .05 for 150mm @ boreholes -15 for200mm @ boreholes d length correction = 0.75 for up to 4 m of drill rods 0.85 for 4 to 6 m of drill rods 0.95 for 6 to 10 m of drill rods 1.00 for > 10 m of drill rods NN =measured SPT N value (Ni)so=N value corrected for both field testing procedure and overburden pressure Cy = correction factor to account for overburden pressure J 100 60 shove “C, 2 etectve overburden pressure sn (JC Po) Fig. 2. presents @ Ghart for sand (5% or less fines ) and different magnitude earthquake Step 3: The final step in the liquefaction analysis is to compare the Seismic Shear Stress Ratio values. If the SSR values is greater than the SSR’ values obtained from Fig 1 or Fig 2 then liquefaction could occur during the earthquake, and vice versa. SEISMIC SHEAR STRESS RATIO 06 T T T T Percent Fines = 35 15 <5 o2+ 4 o4 + 9 10 20 30 40 50 CORRECTED SPT BLOWCOUNT (Nj)go FIGURE 1 2 T ge ; ! SEISMIC SHEAR STRESS RATIO 2 i t 1 1 1 ° ° 0 20 30 0 CORRECTED SPT BLOWCOUNT (Ny)eg Figure,2. KEY COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF HIGH-RISE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS ANNEX (1) TO GUIDELINE VI POINTS WHICH WILL BE CHECKED BY CQHP AND WHICH MUST BE MENTIONED, CONSIDERED AND ANSWERED BY THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER Project Title Project Reference No: Date. PartA- OVERALL DESIGN REVIEW TASKS © ay ay av) wy Mention Codes Of Practice Mention Specifications of Materials Used design strength of concrete, steel ete Soil Investigation Report ‘Mention Design Loadings loadings used in the design - load combinations used in the design Mention Structural design concept - structural system used. Mention Structural Analysis ~ engineering information and models used in the analysis design assumptions and limitations of the computer programs used Mention Stability & Robustness + Stability and robustness of the structural system, including considerations for lateral loads, lateral ties, bracings and lateral transfer of loads ©“ Mention All Key Structural Elements -design of all key structural elements and the foundation system Part B: (note * COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF HIGH-RISE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Structural Drawings -Mention the detailings in drawings of all key structural elements Consider ductile detailing Mention Other Aspects in Design = other aspects of design which are peculiar to the building to be constructed or affected by the building works and which are essential to the structural integrity of the building FOUNDATION & STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS : delete the item that is not applicable) @ Foundation Foundation * Specific Design Tasks Carried Out * ‘¢ Mention values of dead, live ,wind and notional loads used ragetation | «Describe how column loads are computed * Consider the effects of wind and earthquake notional loads on the building or structure COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF HIGH-RISE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS ‘+ Mention whether piles have been designed for skin friction and end bearing capacities Mention whether piles have bea designed for lateral loads and bending moment ‘Show how pile joints have been designed for ‘* Mention whether piles have been designed for uplift Mention whether socketings have been designed for piles with short penetration depths ‘Mention whether piles have been designed for negative skin friction Mention allowable bearing capacity of soil assumed in design ‘Mention modulus of sub-grade reaction of the soil assumed in design Raft * Describe the model used for structural analysis of the raft # Mention whether the raft has been designed to resist punching shear from columns ‘¢ Mention whether the building or structure has been designed to cater for probable differential and total settlement. (UD) Specific Structural Elements Locations in Building Structural Elements * | Specific Design tasks earried out (specify the storey levels or reference grids) ‘¢ Mention whether effective height has been computed according to code + Mention whether bending moment about minor axis has been designed for Slender Columns © Mention whether additional bending ‘moment due to slendemess has been designed for + * Mention whether biaxial bending, ‘moment has been designed for COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF HIGH-RISE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Columns supporting | © Are they designed for bending transfer beams ‘moment due to frame action? Columns supporting | ¢ Are they designed for bending Jong span beams ‘moment due to frame action? Columns supporting |* At they designed for bending ion? cantilever beams moment due to frame action? ‘Are they designed for horizontal load ‘and moment acting on columns due to arched or pitched roof? Columns in a two column frame system ‘Are they designed for bending ‘moment at the cotumn base? ‘Are they designed for bending ‘moment due to frame action? Is the cantilever support has been designed to resist bending moment and shear? ‘Are they designed for lateral stat of beam? Cantilever beams ‘Are they designed to meet allowable span depth ratio? Is the torsional rigidity of beam has been checked? ‘Are they designed for lateral restraint ‘Long span beams ofteemt (Span>35 ft) ‘Are they designed for support and member connections? Are they designed to meet allowable span depth ratio? ‘Are they designed for torsional capacity? ‘Are they designed for shear capacity? Transfer beams ‘Are they designed for all relevant upper'floor loads'on the beam? ‘Are they designed for lateral restraint of beam? COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF HIGH-RISE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Flat slabs/plates Describe the model used for analysis Is span/depth ratio of slab has been checked? Ts adequacy of top and bottom reinforcement throughout slab panel hhave been checked? shear from columns? Are they designed to resist punching ‘Are openings in slabs, especially near columns, have been designed for? hhas been checked? Are effects of construction loads have been checked? Cantilevered structures with tie-backs Is tie-back anchorage to resist pull-out designed? Are they designed for lateral stability of the structure? Are they designed for the durability of the tie-backs? Are they designed for redundancy to resist total collapse? (Ut) Earth Retaining Structures Earth retaining structures Has the structure been designed to resist overturning , sliding and bearing capacity failure? Has the structure been designed to resist slip circle failure? Has the structure been designed for water pressure acting on it? Has adequate surcharge load been taken into account in design? Has embedment into ground for stability been designed for in cantilevered structures? COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF HIGH-RISE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (QV) Building / Structural Types Building types / Structures * Specific Design Tasks Carried Out AM Building Categories ‘Is it designed for wind loads ? Is it designed for earthquake load and other loads? ‘+ Are corewalls and columns designed to resist lateral loads due to wind and earthquake and other loads in both directions? ‘+ Isit designed for capacities to resist base overturning moment and base shear? ‘+ _ Isit designed for building sway (p-delta effect) ? ‘+ Is it designed to limit overall lateral deflection of building? ‘+ Is it designed to limit inter-storey drift of building? ‘* Are the columns and walls have been checked for resistance to dynamic ‘effects due to wind and earthquake load on the building? Buildings with structural steel elements + Are they designed for bolted and welded connections of supports and joints? * Are they designed for bracings and longitudinal ties for overall stability? + Are they designed for wind load and earthquake load on the |__building/structure? - * Are they designed for lateral stability and torsional rigidity of structural elements and trusses? + Have support conditions assumed in design been checked against details, provided? COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF HIGH-RISE BUILDING Section Section Section Section Section Section Section CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS ANNEX (11) TO GUIDELINE VI FORMAT FOR DESIGN CALCULATIONS REPORT (20.11.2003) PART (A) FOUNDATION * Design Parameters and Assumptions : Loadings and load Combinations + Structural Systems All plans and sections in both directions (including assumed member sizes for the final run) : Input Data Output (Important or significant results only ) : Detailing of Foundation Reinforcement : Discussion (Discussions on relevant CQHP key points plus any other discussions) Note: All the details involved in the analysis and design processes must be submitted in CD, COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF HIGH-RISE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS ANNEX (1) TO GUIDELINE VI FORMAT FOR DESIGN CALCULATIONS* REPORT (20.11.2003) PART (B) SUPERSTRUCTURE, Section 1 : Design Parameters and Assumptions Section 2 : Loadings and load Combinations Section 3: Structural Systems . All plans and sections in both directions (including assumed member sizes for the final run) Section 4 : Input Data Section 5: Output (Important or significant results only ) Section 6: Member Type Grouping Tables Section 7 : Detailing of Reinforcement Section 8 : Discussion (Discussions on relevant CQHP key points plus any other discussions) Note: All the details involved in the analysis and design processes must be submitted in CD. COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF HIGH-RISE. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS ANNEX I TO GUIDELIN® vit COLLABORATION AND INTEGRATION IN THE PLANNING STAGE ( 10.2.2004) 1. It is very important that there must be good collaboration and integration among Structural Engineers, ESM Engineers, Architects, Clients and Fire Departments for ensuring efficient utility networks and facilitating the process of the projects in the planning stage. 2. The Architect must present and explain the following Architectural Key Points to the ~ CQHP. . 2.1 Conceptual planning and site layout 2.2 Functional and spatial requirements 2.3 Ventilation & lighting considerations (Natural & artificial lighting, emergency lighting ete.) 2.4 Building services for ESM networks, waste disposal system, space allocation for treatment plant, water supply & sanitation etc. 2.5 Car parking space 2.6 Fire detection & fire alarm systems, emergency communication systems (eg: stairs, corridors, emergency stairs etc. ) 2.7 Security systems ( eg: security door lock system, etc.) 2.8 Choice of building materials & fenestrations ( eg: curtain walls, windows, roofing, interiors, etc.) 2.9. Choice of structural system and form considering earthquake effects. s ‘ { ANNEX (1) TO GUIDELINE (VID) Splice Location for Beams Top bars are not to be spliced: * Within joints. * Within a distance of twice the member depth from the face of the joint. * At locations where analysis indicates flexural yielding caused by inelastic lateral displacements of the frame. 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(Codes - UBC-97 (Earthquake Load Calculations ) - UBC-97 (Wind Load Calculations) - ACI-318-99 ( Concrete Specifications) ~ ACI-318-99 ( Reinforcement Specifications) ~ ACI-318-99 ( Design Calculations) = Other Internationally Recognized Codes (©) Softwares - ETABS - STAAD PRO - SAP 2000 - SAFE ~ Other Recognized Two- Dimensional orThree -Dimensional Analysis Softwares as per GUIDELINE VI TABLE(D) (Analysis ~ Static Analysis GUIDELINE VI TABLE(D) 038 as05goScosta9§, wo88res0r8goiag = Dynamic Analysis =Crack Sectional Analysis egacBogScop$ogér06: ob§gemds c3: (g) Stability and Serviceability Checking * Story Drift Checking “_ Overturning Checking “ Sliding Checking ~P-A Checking. - Torional Irregutarity Checking ~ Building Separation = Deflection Che (h) Design Calculations ~ Beam Design »/ + Column Design ~ Slab Design ~ Shear Wall Design ~ Retaining Wall Design ~ Stair De ~ Ramp Design ~ Joint De: (Detailing (Design Report G) Drawings gSqc5n af BanrqycBcleoSigg§qcbavns Saabeor Checking ork LGage Conventional ACI Method (g§ Desizn cgaSaoSooa5o3 scoasconsoSeoaSdaap5uo8qn03é Floor Diaphragm gpr08 sen Diaphragm s2Qbaza0g) Analyze epdq§ 1 secooS) Rigid Diaphra; Accidental Torsion oc] cop$agEro, e egsoclon 1 aft ACI 318-99 g avcSgoScontarg§ Bccaficax> Detailing seSrcobeohaiafi ANNEX (II) TO GUIDELINE VI 2038:008(Go§ Structural Elements 5 qo3E:z20q05Ge$gajccv25eax> Drawings qpta} oo€cor8ea02 Scale (GE _g&:coE:go ce8Gag 1 A3 size conSecoSeas aongeblgEoréasi Title Block aSo3& fcsScar2 Information g& Page jelcbeexcBeo8 Gah 28 29-0 Jo0g gegsearcBo€ aogSu GScoorkgfurkSécosbaafiq, sme BEarcsor08coshoraSesosoheq:85088; (BBS obcaraqnargiag, (G18) mgcByo-jog GoSqySemrBsoficok: iafog! eBprrapicoges (5/joos) Phone/Fax: 245670 ‘Structural Drawings submitted shall include the followings 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 List of Drawings. Every sheet shall be numbered clearly. Licensed Structural Engineer shall sign on all drawing sheets. Suitable drawing scale may be used but drawings shall be clearly readable. Specifications of materials and required instnictions shall be shown clearly on drawings. Final design sections and reinforcements given by the software shall be printed and submitted in the design calculation book, Seismic Detailing corresponding to SMRF, IMRF or OMRF (as the case may be) shall be strictly followed according to ACI, UBC or any other CODE used. ‘The same grid line numbering shall be used by both Architectural and Structural Drawings. Detail drawing of All different structural members shall be submitted.