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MEP Planning & Site Management

MEP Coordination &


Submission

CONQUAS for MEP

CONTENTS
• Introduction to CONQUAS ®
– Objectives, scope, sampling
• Types of assessment
• Types of M&E related work assessment
– Electrical
– Plumbing and Sanitary
– ACMV
– Fire Protection

Objectives of CONQUAS®

• CONQUAS ® stands for CONstruction QUality


Assessment System
• Developed by BCA in conjunction with other public
sector agencies and leading industry professional
bodies
• Scope of work covers 3 types of building works
• Tasked with 3 main objectives to measure the quality
level achieved in a completing project

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Objectives of CONQUAS®

• To have a standard quality assessment system for


construction projects
• Meet quality assessment objective by:
 measuring constructed works against
worksmanship standards and specification
 use a sampling approach to represent the whole
project
• To enable quality assessment to be carried out
systematically within reasonable cost and time

Derivation of CONQUAS ®

• Derived from discussions


with major public sector
agencies, developers,
professional bodies and
contractors
• There is also a Technical
Committee to review
and endorsed the
standards

9th Edition
• Applicable to tenders called
on or after 1 Jan 2017
• Updated with Enhanced
CONQUAS ® Scheme Nov
2017
• An assessment standard for :
– CONQUAS® assessment
service
– Quality Mark Scheme
– BSCQ (Bonus Scheme for
Construction Quality)

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Scope of
CONQUAS ®
Assessment consists of
3 main components :
– Structural Works
– Architectural
Works
– Mechanical &
Electrical Works

Assessment Approach

• Assessment is based on site


inspection, laboratory
testing and field testing
• No re-score to encourage
“do it right the first time”

Scope of Work

• Building is assessed on workmanship standards


achieved through the site inspection
• Assessment also includes test and test reports on the
functional performance of selected services and
installations.
• The inclusion of tests help to safeguard the interest
of building occupants in terms of safety, comfort
and asethetic defects which surface only after
sometime

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CONQUAS®
Certificate

With breakdowns on
• Arch Score
• M&E Score
• Structural Score
• Total Score

Principle of Assessment

• Based on CONQUAS ®
standards and Contract
specification : whichever
higher
• Contractor to declare
readiness for assessment

Sampling

• Impractical to conduct full


assessment
• Sampling based on GFA
• Samples are distributed
uniformly throughout the
construction stage

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Pre-Assessment Process

• Review of method statements


• Kick-Off meeting to clarify quality requirements &
obtain update on project status
Developer, RTO/RE, Main Contractor;
Get the subcontractors involved
Keep clients updated on product defects
• Understand how the System works
– Conduct training, calibration exercise, mock up

Pre-Assessment Process
by applicant
Guidelines to be taken are:
 Set target scores for structural, architectural and
M&E works in order to achieve the final CONQUAS ®
score. The component scores can be benchmarked
from other projects of similar category and
CONQUAS ® score
 Provide staff and subcontractors with knowledge of
CONQUAS ® requirements and the assessment
process
 Plan and implement internal inspection checks based
on CONQUAS ® assessment criteria
 Monitor performance and manage improvement
activities to realise target scores set.

Post-Assessment Process

• Understand the difference between corrective and


preventive actions:
• Corrective action is an action to eliminate and
review the cause of a detected non conformity in
order to prevent recurrence
• Preventive action is an action to determine the
potential non-conformities and their causes in
order to prevent occurrence

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Application of CONQUAS®

• Used in Tender Specifications


• Target for bonus or discount - Bonus Scheme
for Construction Quality (BSCQ) for public
building projects
• Prequalification criteria and quality attribute
under Price Quality Method (PQM) scheme
• Prequalification criteria and scoring factor for
the prestigious annual BCA Construction
Excellence Awards (CEA)

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CONQUAS® Administration
All projects except HDB: HDB projects:
CONQUAS •Submit e-application via •Submit e-application together
IQUAS website with HDB’s Works Order via
Application •Submit required info esp GFA IQUAS website
(If approved GFA not available,
get Architect’s declaration)

All projects except HDB: HDB projects:


Billing •Bill sent to Applicant •Bill sent to HDB
•Applicant to make payment •HDB to make payment

All projects incl HDB:


Briefing •After payment is made, Contractor arrange for CONQUAS
briefing
•Complimentary CONQUAS training forms for 4 pax will be
passed to site staff during CONQUAS briefing
Assessment •Submit complimentary CONQUAS training forms to BCA
Academy

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Booking system for CONQUAS assessments


http://www.bca.gov.sg/qsl

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Quality Housing Portal (QHP)

Check for updates at webpage:


https://www.bca.gov.sg/Professionals/iQuasScoreChart/

Scan QR code

Enhanced CONQUAS®
For Private Residential
Projects Only

Three conditions in which enhanced CONQUAS will be applied


1. Projects where either Developer or Contractor have no
CONQUAS track record for past 3 years
2. Projects where either Developer or Contractor had obtained
CONQUAS score 3 points lower than the threshold score
3. All projects when interim score of 20% required architectural
internal finishes samples assessed has obtained CONQUAS
score 3 points lower than the threshold score

# The threshold CONQUAS score is set at 3 points below the bottom 20th percentile of industry average CONQUAS
score for private residential projects in the preceding year

Enhanced CONQUAS®
For Private Residential
Projects Only

How it will impact the project?


• Architectural sampling increase from 25% to 50%
• TOP will only be issued after all CONQUAS
assessments and rectification of major defects
• Obtaining CONQUAS score 3 points lower than the
threshold score will increase architectural sampling
from 50% to 100%.

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CONQUAS Rod
Spirit Level
Set Square
22 2 Assessors per team

Internal Finishes Assessment

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M&E Work Weightages


(9th Edition)
• Reduce M&E Work Scoring
 Remove weightage for M&E Performance Test submission by QP
• Set as Pre-requisite (for issuance of M&E score)
Public Landed
Housing Housing

Site
Assessment Retain
-50%

Performance
test-50% (QP)
Set as
(For Cat A & B) Pre-requisite

M&E Work Scoring

Items 9th Edition


Weightage
CAT A CAT B CAT C CAT D
Site Assessment 100% 100% 100% 100%

Performance Set as Pre- Set as Pre- NA


Testing requisite requisite
(Declarations by
QP)

M&E Works -Sampling Plan


(9th Edition)

GFA per Min Max


Items Remarks
Sample Sample Sample
1 CAT A: M&E 1000 m2 35 70
2 CAT B: M&E 1500 m2 25 50 See M&E Sampling
3 CAT C: M&E 3500 m2 10 20 Distribution Plan

4 CAT D: M&E 3500 m2 10 20


5 Basic M&E Fittings 500 m2 30 150 Assessed under Int. Finishes
6 M&E Performance - 1 - Assessment by QP

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M&E Works -Sampling Plan


(9th Edition)
Electrical Cat A Cat B Cat C Cat D
1. Main cables 1 1
2. Surface conduits 2+ 2+ 1+ 2+
3. Cable tray, ladder & trunking 2+ 2+ 1+ 2+
4. Distribution board 2+ 2+ 1
Minimum Samples 7 7 2 5

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M&E Works -Sampling Plan


(9th Edition)

Plumbing & Sanitary Cat A Cat B Cat C Cat D


1. Concealed pipes 1+ 1+
2. Exposed pipes 4+ 4+ 4+
3. Water tank 1 1 1
4. Pump 1 1 1
Minimum Samples 7 7 6 0
Remarks : + means to be repeated for additional samples required.

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M&E Works -Sampling Plan


(9th Edition)
Fire Protection Cat A Cat B Cat C Cat D
1. Wet / Dry riser 1+ 1+ 1+
2. Sprinkler 1+ 1
3. Fire Alarm 1 1
4. Hosereel 1+ 1+ 1+
Minimum Samples 4 4 2 0
Remarks : + means to be repeated for additional samples required.

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M&E Works -Sampling Plan


(9th Edition)
ACMV Cat A Cat B Cat C Cat D
1. Air handling unit 1+
2. Pump 1
3. Cooling tower 1
4. Chiller 1
5. Pipework 1
6. Split unit / Window air conditioner 2+ 2+ 3+
7. Air-con comfort 1+ 1+ 2+
8. Ductwork 3+ 1
9. Fire-rated duct 1 1
10. Dampers 1+ 1
11. Fire Dampers 1 1
12. Flexible ducts 2
13. Flexible connectors 1
Minimum Samples 17 7 0 5
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M&E Assessment

• Carried out in 2 stages:

– During the construction of Structural works

– Upon completion of the Building.

Electrical Works Assessment


Consists of the following 5 assessment areas:

• Embedded conduits –installation, secure, proper bending,


visible damage

• Main cables – supports, fire-stopped, cable spacing, visible


damage

• Surface conduits - installation, supports, fire-stop, visible


damage

• Cable tray, ladder and trunking – insulation, supports, fire-


stop, visible damage

• Distribution board – circuit diagram, cable


termination/earthing, visible damage

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Electrical Works Assessment

1. Embedded conduit
2. Main cables
3. Surface conduits
4. Cable trays, ladder
& trunking
5. Distribution board

Electrical Works Assessment


Embedded Conduit

Cable/conduit ends must be properly protected before concreting

Electrical Works Assessment


Embedded Conduit
 Correct type of conduit used

 Conduit boxes and open end protected

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Electrical Works Assessment


Embedded Conduit
 Cable/conduit is properly secured to steel wire

 Joints are securely fastened to the steel wire

Electrical Works Assessment


Embedded Conduit
 Cable is properly bent and secured

 Metallic conduit earthed with no visible damage

Electrical Works Assessment


Main Cable

 Correct type of cable to be used for mains

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Electrical Works Assessment


Main Cable

 Identification of cable at both ends

 Main cables adequately supported

Electrical Works Assessment


Main Cable

 Cables are adequately supported and adequate


spacing
 Fire stop properly installed
 No visible damage
 Identification at both end

Electrical Works Assessment


Surface Conduit

 Correct type of conduits used


 Conduits ends are properly connected

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Electrical Works Assessment


Surface Conduit

• Screw properly fastened


to wall

• Fire stop properly


installed

• Properly bent

• No visible damage

Electrical Works Assessment


Surface Conduit

• Conduit not properly supported & painted


• Metallic conduit properly earthed

Electrical Works Assessment


Cable tray/trunking/ladder

• Joints protected against corrosion

• Correct type of trunking

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Electrical Works Assessment


Cable tray/trunking/ladder

• Cable tray is properly supported

• Fire stop are properly sealed

Electrical Works Assessment


Cable tray/trunking/ladder

• Metallic trunking used and earthed

Electrical Works Assessment


Cable tray/trunking/ladder

• Cable tray are not damaged

• Poor paintwork on cable tray

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Electrical Works Assessment


Distribution Board

• Live parts are made non accessible


• No visual damage to DB
• Panel is properly labelled

Electrical Works Assessment


Distribution Board

• Cable termination are protected

• Exposed metal parts are earthed

Examples of Poor Installation Work

Conduit not
properly supported
& painted

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Examples of Poor Installation Work

Cable tray damage & sag

Ends of cable trunking are


not properly covered

ACMV Works Assessment


1. Air handling unit
2. Pump
3. Cooling Tower
4. Chiller
5. Pipework
6. Split unit / Window
air conditioner
7. Air-con comfort
8. Ductwork
9. Fire-related duct
10. Dampers
11. Fire Dampers
12. Flexible ducts
13. Flexible connectors

ACMV Works Assessment

Consists of the following 13 assessment areas:

• Ductwork – location and installation, paints, supports,


visible damage

• Fire rated ducts – location and installation, access panel,


visible damage

• Flexible ducts - location and installation, supports,


sufficient radius, visible damage

• Flexible connectors – location and installation, length


limit, visible damage

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ACMV Works Assessment


5. Aircon comfort – temperature, air flow, relative humidity

6. Air handling units – location and installation, supports,


visible damage

7. Pumps – location and installation, electrical termination,


visible damage

8. Cooling tower – self earthing, location and installation,


visible damage

9. Pipe work– pipes carrying chilled water, condenser, hot


water etc, paint work, fire stop, visible damage

10. Chiller – location and installation, supports, leakage, visible


damage

ACMV Works Assessment

11 & 12. Fire dampers /VC Dampers – location and


installation, access door, visible damage

13. Split unit/ window unit air con- installation, seal


penetration, leakage, visible damage

ACMV Works Assessment


Ductwork

• Location & installation are clearly defined


• Ductwork properly supported & painted

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ACMV Works Assessment


Ductwork

• No visible damage to ductwork

ACMV Works Assessment


Fire rated ductwork

• Location & installation according


to approved shop drawings
• No hanging of other services
• Fire-resistance access panel
provided to fire-rated enclosure of
equipment
• No visible damage

ACMV Works Assessment


Damper

• Location & installation –


shop drawing
• Adjustable freely between
open and close position
• Access door provided
• No visible damage

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ACMV Works Assessment


Fire Damper

• No visible damage to
ductwork
• Location & installation – shop drawing
• Damper in “Open” position and
held by fusible link
• Access door provided –CP13
• No visible damage
• CP 13 – No gap around fire
damper

ACMV Works Assessment


Flexible Ducts

• Installation • Duct is not properly


• Sufficient radius supported
• No visible damage

ACMV Works Assessment


Flexible Connectors

• Location & installation – shop


• Min. 50mm & not exceeding drawing
250mm in length
• Approved material used • Provided at ductwork,
• No visible damage between AHU/FCU/Fans and
related ductwork

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ACMV Works Assessment


Air Handling Unit

• Location & installation – shop


drawing
• Inspection access door for fan,
coil, motor & filter
• Inspection access door for fan,
coil, motor & filter
• Metal parts earthed
• Smoke detector installed at
return air stream
• 600mm min clearance around
AHU

ACMV Works Assessment


Air Handling Unit

Pipes from AHU properly supported

ACMV Works Assessment


Air Handling Unit

 Name plate installed with


manufacturer’s name, serial  No visible damage to fins
number and model number & casing

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ACMV Works Assessment


Pump

 Name plate installed with


manufacturer’s name,  Guard provided to
serial number and model exposed shafts, coupling &
number moving parts
 No visual damage

ACMV Works Assessment


Pump

Pump & motor assembly installed on inertia block & spring isolator

ACMV Works Assessment


Cooling Tower

• Name plated
Name plate installed with
• No visible damage manufacturer’s name, serial
• Clear of all debris number and model number

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ACMV Works Assessment


Cooling Tower

 Completed with self-


earthing system for
connection to building
lightning protection
system

ACMV Works Assessment


Pipe works

 Provided with drains at each •Fire stop at opening for fire


low point and auto air vents at resistance walls and floors
each high point
 No visual damage •Properly painted and
supported

ACMV Works Assessment


Chiller

Correct model, make & Location as per drawings


capacity Installation

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ACMV Works Assessment


Chiller

To be leveled when
placed on plinth or Pipes properly supported
vibration isolators by hangers or brackets

ACMV Works Assessment


Chiller

 Pipe connections
follow specified flow
direction
 No sign of leakage
 No visible damage

ACMV Works Assessment


Spilt Unit / Window Air-Con

• Correct model, make &


capacity
• Units are leveled when placed
on plinth
• Pipes opening through wall
or roof properly sealed
• Cool air not blocked by wall,
beam, shelf or any built-in
furniture

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ACMV Works Assessment


Spilt Unit / Window Air-Con

 Drainage provided / unit


slightly tilted for
condensate
 Proper drainage and no
sign of leakage
 No visible damage

ACMV Works Assessment


Air-con Comfort

• Room temperature
23°C - 25°C

• Room relative humidity


<60%

• Room air flow rate


<0.25m/s

Examples of Poor Installation Work

Flexible connector exceed 50mm

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Examples of Poor Installation Work

Duct supporting rod is too


long

Chiller pipes are not


supported

Examples of Poor Installation Work

Rod support to air duct


provided is too short

Rod support to the air duct too


long

Examples of Poor Installation Work

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Examples of Poor Installation Work

Insulation of power cable to aircon unit is torn

Examples of Poor Installation Work

Insulation around the duct is torn or broken

Fire Protection Works Assessment

1. Wet / Dry riser


2. Sprinkler
3. Fire Alarm
4. Hosereel

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Fire Protection Works Assessment

 Consists of the following 4 assessment areas:

1. Wet/dry riser – landing valve, pipe & support, wall/floor


penetration, visible damage

2. Sprinkler – location and installation, pipe support,


wall/floor penetration, visible damage

3. Fire alarm - location and installation, paint work, fire


alarm zone diagram, visible damage

4. Hosereels – location and installation, paint work, visible


damage

Fire Protection Works Assessment


Wet / Dry Riser

• Landing valve
accessible Automatic air release
• Riser pipes properly valve at highest point of
supported riser

Fire Protection Works Assessment


Wet / Dry Riser

Landing valve Proper wall/floor


strapped & padlocked penetration

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Fire Protection Works Assessment


Wet / Dry Riser

•Pipe properly painted &


Riser door labelled
labelled
•Bonding to earth provided
for riser

Fire Protection Works Assessment


Wet / Dry Riser

•Landing valve painted


correctly
•Red for wet riser, Yellow for
dry riser

Fire Protection Works Assessment


Sprinkler

Correct sprinkler layout Double layer sprinkler for


& pipes sizes according to false ceiling > 800mm in
shop drawing depth

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Fire Protection Works Assessment


Sprinkler

Pipework properly Sprinkler head not


supported obstructed/painted

Fire Protection Works Assessment


Sprinkler

• Correct type of sprinkler


head used Proper wall/floor
• Protective guard for FFL penetration
< 2m

Fire Protection Works Assessment


Fire Alarm

•Location of main fire alarm


panel ie. Building’s fire
command centre
•Position clearly visible from
main entrance lobby
•Only remote area approved by
authority with mimic/repeater
panel located clearly visible from
the main entrance lobby

Location of firm alarm panel

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Fire Protection Works Assessment


Fire Alarm

 Permanent power supply


(battery with charger)
connected to main alarm
Panel properly painted
panel
 (normal mains supply to
charger)

Fire Protection Works Assessment


Fire Alarm

Fire alarm wiring in Breakglass call-point cum


conduit alarm bell provided

Fire Protection Works Assessment


Fire Alarm

Breakglass unit Correct detectors spacing


located 1.4-1.5m from and location
floor level

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Fire Protection Works Assessment


Fire Alarm

 Fire alarm zoning


diagram provided near
panels
 No visible damage

Fire Protection Works Assessment


Fire Alarm

Sign provided if system not connected to


FCC

Fire Protection Works Assessment


Hosereel

 Pipe properly fixed with


hangers & brackets

 Hosereel cabinet properly


labelled

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Fire Protection Works Assessment


Hosereel

 Hosereel operation
instruction fixed on
hosereel drum or door

 Paintwork is satisfactory
and correctly painted

Examples of Poor Installation Work

Fire stop between walls is not properly constructed

Examples of Poor Installation Work

Valve to fire pump is not


strapped & padlocked

Break glass damage

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Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment

1. Concealed pipes
2. Exposed pipes
3. Water tank
4. Pump & motor

Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


 Consists of the following 4 assessment areas:

1. Concealed pipes– location and installation,


alignment, visible damage

2. Exposed pipes – location and installation,


alignment , clearance, visible damage

3. Water tank - location and installation, netting,


clearance, visible damage

4. Pump & motor – location and installation,


electrical termination, visible damage

Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Concealed Pipe

 Pipe & fittings ends properly capped


 Proper joints
 Vertically or horizontally aligned

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Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Concealed Pipe

 Materials used are of approved types

 Pipes properly bent without distortion, kink


and damage

 No visible damage

Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Exposed Pipe

 No non-potable pipes above potable water


pipes
 Inclined pipes laid to proper gradients
 Horizontally, vertically and parallel aligned
to building surface

Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Exposed Pipe
• Do not cause obstruction/pose safety hazard at public
area
• Plumb <3 mm per 1 m height
• Sufficient clearance between installed pipes/ceiling
and pipes/wall
• Service pipe duct accessible
• UPVC pipes not exposed to direct sunlight
• Pipes & fitting properly labelled

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Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Exposed Pipe

Pipe & fittings ends Non corrosion resistant screw


properly capped

Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Exposed Pipe

Materials used are


Approved type

Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Exposed Pipe

• Properly painted

• Correct pipe size

• Properly bent

• No leakage at joint

• No visible damage

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Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Water Tank
• All opening properly
covered

• Approved type -
Specification

Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Water Tank

Joints & pipe connections Size & capacity of water


are watertight tank

Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Water Tank

Water tank is not located External cat ladder


below non-potable pipes

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Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Water Tank

Mosquito Netting Water Tank - Accessible


properly fitting for maintenance

Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Water Tank

Min. 600mm clearance


Accessible for maintenance Free from debris

Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Water Tank

No visible damage

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Plumbing & Sanitary Works Assessment


Pump
 Test certificate for alignment of pump
& motor

 Name plate

 No visible damage

 No bad electrical terminations

Examples of Poor Installation Work

 Possible leakage of pipes

Examples of Poor Installation Work

Pipes are not vertically aligned


to supports

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Basic M&E Fittings

• Plumbing and sanitary fittings for the following:

• Gully & floor trap – chokage, secure, trap level

• Pipes – alignment, inclined pipes to proper


gradient, leakage, brackets secured , paintwork

• Fittings – secured, leakage, cracks, paintwork,


accessible for maintenance, obstruction, covers
sealed. clearance, visible damage

Basic M&E Fittings


Requirements:-

 Joints and Gaps

 Alignment and Evenness

 Materials and damages

 Functionality

 Accessories defects

Basic M&E Fittings


• Items such as power points,
telephone point, air con
diffused, FCU (Fan Coil
Unit), Lighting, smoke
alarm, sprinkler Heads,
CCTV Camera etc.
• Assessed during Internal
Finishes assessment
• Installation, Safety (no
exposed Wiring), Visible
damaged.

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M&E Performance Test

•Based on Test & Commissioning assessment


•Assess by project’s M&E Consultant
•Get-It -Right- First-Time Principle
•Submit to BCA for verification

M&E Performance Test


Electrical Works

• Insulation Resistance Test


• RCCB Trip Test
• Polarity & Continuity Test
• Earthing Test

M&E Performance Test


ACMV Works

• Duct Works air tightness test


• Pipe Work Pressure Test
• Cooling Tower Test
• Chiller Test
• AHU Test
• Reliability Test

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M&E Performance Test


Fire Protection Works

• Fire Alarm System Test


• Hydrostatic Test
• Dry Riser Test
• Wet Riser Test
• Hose Reel Test

M&E Performance Test


Water Supply Works

• Water Sample Test


• Water Pressure Test
• Test to be conducted
according to the CP and
supervised by QP

M&E Performance Test


CONQUAS Form G submission

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