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SSAGS PROJECT

CFA PILE INSTALLATION


CONSTRUCTABILITY FOR BENISEDE
FLOWSTATION
TABLE OF CONTENT
 Introduction
 Scope of Work
 Construction Strategy
 Summary Schedule
 Major Equipment
 Manpower Spread
 HSE Management System
 Quality Management System
INTRODUCTION

 PROJECT: SSAGS

 CLIENT: SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

 CONTRACTOR: SAIPEM CONTRACTING NIGERIA LIMITED

 SUB-CONTRACTOR: EVOMEC GLOBAL SERVICES LIMITED

 LOCATION: BENISEDE FLOW STATION


SCOPE
MAIN - PROVIDE AND INSTALL CFA PILES FOR:
 PIPE RACK/INTERCONNECTING PIPE RACK

BASICS ARE-
- Provide concrete mix design for C35/45
- Provide concrete and rebar
- Install and test piles : For capacity and integrity
GENERAL PILE DETAILS
Pile Data
Length = 26.00 m ( About 25m from Bottom of
foundation)

Diameter = 600 mm

Reinforcement Data:
Rebar
Length = 12.00 m

Installation Condition:
On shore
PILING LAYOUT

EQUIPMENT
ACCESS AREA
NUMBERS OF PILES TO BE INSTALLED

 NO OF PILES  24
Construction Strategy
Operational Tasks and Sequence
Key Tasks

 Mobilization
 Pile Boring and Concreting.
 Lowering of Reinforcement cage.
 Testing for Integrity
 Demobilization
Sequence of Activities
 Mobilize to site
 Site set up
 Carry out trial mix
 Set out trial and working pile position
 Trial pile 1 and 2
 Testing Trial pile 1and 2
 Evaluation and Analysis
 CFA working pile installation at pipe rack are
 Testing of pile
 Evaluation and Analysis
 Demobilization of personnel and equipment
Picture of Current site Status

Interconnecting Pipe Rack Area


Picture of Current site Status

Pipe Rack Area


Picture of Key Installation Activities

Survey Setting Out Positioning Of rig On Survey Marker Drilling

Monitoring drilling Process Concrete Check and sampling Concrete Pumping


Picture of Key Installation Activities

Reinforcement Pitching

Reinforcement Placing
Major Equipment
 Transport Barge (500t minimum)
 Crane (capacity 40t-80t)
 Tug/Boat (500HP/160H.P.)
 Piling Rig (CFA)
 Batching plant
 Concrete Pump
 Transit Mixers
 Payloader
WORK SCHEDULE
Manpower
Spread (35 t0 40)
SITE ORGANIZATION CHART
Construction Manager (1 no.)- Manages the site activities

Construction Engineer (1 no.)- assist construction manager, supervises all works

Construction Supervisor (1 no.) Supervises piling activities

QA/QC Officers (3 no.) Ensures quality controls in piling, concrete batching and concreting

Surveyor (1 no.) Set out piling points and marks out and monitor pile testing activities

Chainmen (2 no.) Assist the surveyor

Piling Rig Operator (1 no.) Operates piling rigs and head of piling crew

Piling Assistants (4 Nos) guides and assist in piling activities

Crane Operator (1 nos) operates the crane and co-ordinates all lifting activities

Excavator Operator (1 nos) operates the excavator


Pay loader Operator (1 no.) operates the pay loader, assist in concrete materials loading/offloading

Truck drivers (2 nos.) Drives concrete trucks from batch plant to delivery points

Pump operator (1 no.) operates the concrete pumps and controls concrete placement

Marine Captain (1 No.) co-ordinates and controls all marine activities; material
and equipment transportations, shifting and anchoring of spud barge

Marine deckhand/ crew (5 nos.)assists the captain. Maintains the marine equipment

Riggers (3 nos) directs and oversees lifting operations

Batching Plant Supervisor (1 no.) supervises batching operations

Batching plant operator (1 no.) operates the batching plant

Batching Plant crew (4 Nos) assist in concrete batching operations

Technicians (3 nos.) Inspect, maintain and repair all equipment


HSE
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Objectives

a) Provide a process that achieves no harm.

b) Outline the actions in carrying out the assessment to ensure acceptable HSE
standards and practice.

c) Communicate and implement HSE procedures.

d) Ensure relevant standards and requirements of statutory agencies are met.

e) Ensure documentary evidence is maintained.

e) To maintain productivity
General Safety Rules

Work On Land

(a) Mobile equipment should only be inspected, operated and by authorized personnel.

(b) Gloves shall be worn when handling cables, rods, or any sharp or splintery materials.

(c) A safety hat, coverall and hat shall be worn at all time within site during the test and survey
operations.

(d) There shall be no smoking in the vicinity of on the site especially near the plant area.

(e) The work area shall be kept free of excess tools and equipment which may cause any
obstruction or interruption to the movement of vehicles, plants and personnel on site.

(f) Cables shall be checked at the end of every work day for excessive wear and tear and
should be replaced when necessary.

(g) First aid kit shall be maintained on site to treat breaks in the skin or any other minor injuries.

(h) Use of mobile phones, camera and other signal/flash emitting devices shall not be permitted
within plant area

(i) Routine Maintenance procedure of all equipment to be followed


Work on/ near Water

a) Use of PFD around water bodies shall be mandatory

b) Boat shall be well moored at designated points during embankment/dismemberment and operations
where required

c) The work area should be kept free of excess tools and equipment.

d) First aid kit is to be maintained on site to treat breaks in the skin or any other minor injuries.

e) Adequate anchor and securing lines must always be used and these lines should be checked from time
to time to assure proper tension.

f) Crew members should ensure that their bodies are clear of all lines before dropping anchor and anchor
lines should never be straddled.

g) All barges shall be provided with adequate life buoy

h) Personnel to be trained on emergency rescue procedure for man overboard situation


Work on/ near the Plant

a) Vibration control will full scale monitoring

b) No use of flammable materials

c) Access control

d) No hot work (except with special permit).

e) No electrical work that can generate sparks.


Quality
CONTROL AND ASSURANCE
QUALITY CONTROL/ASSURANCE

All project operations will be controlled by SPDC and SCNL approved


quality procedures, industry standards and project specific quality control
Plan.

The quality control plans defines all project documents required including
ITP’s, all approvals, project hold points, records required, and verifying authorities.

Applicable-

Prior to Construction During Construction After Construction


Prior to Construction

• Project plans and specifications;


• Geotechnical report and/or other available subsurface information
• Verification of mix design and concrete strength
• Verification of material properties, strength and source
• Contractor’s approved installation plan;
During Construction

• Confirm that pile location is within horizontal tolerances and pile plumbness is within
the range specified.
• Confirm the location of the pile to be constructed, so that relevant sub surface
conditions, pile construction requirements (i.e., pile number, embedment depth, cut-
off, and batter, if required) can be quickly and accurately referenced.
• Document auger verticality or specified batter, as applicable. Document
cuttings and auger advance rate.
• Monitor behavior of the pile and surrounding ground during construction of test pile
foundations. Check for indications of ground subsidence or loss of fluid concrete.
• Document automated monitoring system and control parameters;
• Document concrete properties (batch time, temperature, additives, and flow) and
those samples that have been obtained for strength testing at the intervals, per
project specifications.
• Document installed Reinforcing details for rebar and steel section
• Confirm that the pile top finishing is performed in a manner consistent with the
project requirements
Post Construction

• Confirm concrete strength after 28 days conform to designed


• Execute Pile integrity test
• Execute Static Load test
• Details of load test program or pre-production test pile installations;
• Details of required automated monitoring system and control parameters;

• Details of concrete mix design and sampling and testing requirements; and

• Reinforcing details and methods for pile top finishing and cut-off levels.
• Review of Equipment
Thank you for your attention
Question/Anwers
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