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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction
1.1 Scope
1.2 Purpose
1.3 References
1.4 Definitions and Meanings
2 General Conditions
2.1 General
2.2 General Requirements
2.3 Site Conditions
2.4 Access to Site
2.5 Access within Sites
2.6 Condition of Existing Property
2.7 Dimension and Levels
2.8 Dealing with Water
2.9 Publicity
2.10 Statutory Bodies
2.11 Supply of Services for Carrying out the Works
2.12 Contractor's Supervision
2.14 Toilets
2.15 Accidents and First Aid
2.16 Safety Precautions
2.17 Samples and Testing of Materials
2.18 Delivery and Storage Of Materials
2.19 Setting Out
2.20 Protecting the Works
2.21 Construction Records
2.22 Assistance to CELCO
2.26 Copies of Orders
3 General Site Works
3.1 Scope
3.2 Purpose
3.3 Demolitions
3.3.1 Gas or Vapour Risks
3.3.2 Dust
3.3.3 Health Hazards
3.3.4 Adjoining Property
3.3.5 Structure(S) To Be Retained
3.3.6 Partly Demolished Structure(S)
3.3.7 Dangerous Openings
3.3.8 Unknown Hazards
3.3.9 Open Basements Etc
3.3.10 Filling Of Basement
3.3.11 Completion
3.3.12 Materials Arising
3.4 Excavating and Earthwork
3.4.1 Preliminary Site Works
3.4.2 Excavation
3.5.3 Turfing
3.5.4 Retaining Wall
3.6 Concrete Work
3.6.1 In Situ Concrete Construction Generally
3.6.2 In Situ Concrete Mixes, Casting And Curing
3.6.3 Formwork for In Situ Concrete
3.6.4 Reinforcement for In Situ Concrete
3.7 Piling Works
3.7.1 Codes of Practice
3.7.2 Piling Generally
3.7.3 General Requirements for Tolerances
3.7.6 Precast Reinforced Concrete Piles
3.7.7 Micropiles
3.7.8 Pressure-Treated Timber Piles
3.7.9 Bakau Piles
3.7.10 Pile Testing
3.8 Brickwork And Blockwork
3.8.1 Brick/Block Walling
3.8.2 Accessories/Sundry Items for Brick/Block/Stone Walling
3.9 Access Road
3.10 Land Drainage
3.10.1 General
3.10.2 Natural Drainage
3.10.3 Precast Block Drain Sections
3.10.4 Setting Out
3.10.5 Laying Of Block Drains
3.10.6 Backfilling
3.11 Fencing
3.11.1 Netting
3.11.2 Fence posts
3.11.3 Wiring
3.11.4 Erection
3.11.5 Gates
3.12 External Works
3.12.1 Grading
3.12.2 Earth Inspection Pits
4 Towers
4.1 Scope
4.2 Purpose
4.3 Design
4.4 Aircraft Warning lighting
4.5 Day warning Paint
4.6 Fabrication
4.6.1 General
4.6.2 Safety
4.6.3 Corrosion Protection
4.6.4 Design Life
4.6.5 Rotation and Deflection limits
4.6.6 Durability
4.6.7 Robustness
4.6.8 Wind Loads
4.7 Delivery and Erection
4.7.1 General
4.7.2 Safety
4.7.3 Earthing & Lightning Protection
4.7.4 Antenna Mounting Steelworks
4.7.5 Ladders and Platforms
4.7.6 Anti Climb System
4.7.7 Waveguide/Feeder Cable Support
4.8 Aircraft Warning Lights
5 Antenna Support Structures
5.1 Scope
5.2 Purpose
5.3 Requirements
6 Cabins
6.1 Scope
6.2 Purpose
6.3 Service Conditions
6.3.1 Loading
6.3.2 Wind Speeds
6.3.3 Thermal Insulation
6.3.4 Design Life
6.4 Design
6.5 Materials
6.5.1 Floor Frame Construction
6.5.2 Floors
6.5.3 Walls
6.5.4 Roof
6.5.5 Doors and Door Frames
6.6 Fabrication
6.6.1 Steelwork to Floor Frame
6.6.2 Steelwork to Cabin Walls
6.6.3 Other Materials
6.7 Corrosion Protection
6.7.1 General Requirement
6.7.2 External Finish
6.8 Weather Proofing
6.9 Security
6.9.1 General
6.9.2 Conventional Locking System
6.10 Safety
6.10.1 General
6.10.2 Installation
6.11 Fire Engineering
6.11.1 Flame Spread
6.11.2 Fire Resistance
6.12 Cable Management and Cable Entries
6.12.1 Ladder Racking
6.12.2 Cable Entries
6.13 Mechanical Services
6.13.1 Air Conditioning System
6.13.2 High Temperature Sensor
6.14 Electrical Services
6.14.1 General Arrangement
6.14.2 Mains Power Distribution System
6.14.3 System of Wiring
6.14.4 Lighting
6.14.5 Small Power Installations
6.14.6 Earthing Facility and Cross Bonding
6.14.7 Fire Extinguisher
6.14.8 Security Facility
6.14.9 M & E Control Signal Cabling
6.15 Alarms
6.16 Inspection and Testing
6.16.1 Inspection
6.16.2 Electrical Testing
6.16.3 Fire Alarm Commissioning
6.16.4 Testing Materials
6.16.5 Type Approval
6.16.6 Load Test
6.16.7 Water Test
7 Electrical Installations, Earthing and Lightning Protection
7.1 AC Power Supply
7.1.1 Scope
7.1.2 Purpose
7.1.3 Arrangement with Electrical Authorities
7.1.4 Take-Over Test
7.1.5 Operating and Maintenance Manual
7.1.6 Source of Supply
7.1.7 Supply Fusing
7.1.8 Metering Arrangements
7.1.9 Isolation of Supply
7.2 Electrical Installation
7.2.1 Cables
7.2.2 Conduit
7.2.3 Steel Trunking
7.2.4 Cable Tray
7.2.5 Distribution Board
7.2.6 Transfer Switch (Isolator Switch or Automatic Changeover Contactor)
7.2.7 Isolators
7.2.8 Miniature Circuit Breakers
7.2.9 Moulded Case Circuit Breaker
7.2.10 HRC Fuse-Links
7.2.11 Earth-Fault Relays
7.2.12 Current Transformers (CTs)
7.2.13 Voltmeters
7.2.14 Ammeters
7.2.15 Indicator Lamps
7.2.16 AC Contactors for LV Circuits
7.2.17 Time Switches
7.2.18 Lighting Switches
7.2.19 Switch-Socket Outlet
7.2.20 Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker (ELCB)
7.2.21 Terminal Blocks
7.2.22 Self-Contained Emergency and KELUAR Lighting Luminaries
7.2.23 Standby Diesel Generator Set
7.2.24 Compound/Perimeter Lighting
7.2.25 Fluorescent Fittings
7.3 Lightning Surge Protection System
7.3.1 General
7.3.2 Combined Lightning Surge Suppressor (CLSS)
7.3.3 Fine Surge Suppressor (FSS)
7.3.4 Series Surge Suppressor – Pluggable (SSS-P)
7.3.5 Lightning Surge Monitoring (LSM)
7.3.6 Automatic Restoration System (ARS)
7.4 Earthing and Lightning Protection
7.4.1 Introduction
7.4.2 Purpose
7.4.3 Electrical Earthing Installation
7.4.4 Materials
7.4.5 Lightning Protection of Greenfield sites
7.5 Suggested Manufacturers
7.5.1 TNB Metering / Changeover / Distribution and AMF Boards
7.5.2 Fittings
7.5.3 Diesel Generator Set
7.5.4 Earth Electrode System
7.5.5 Air Conditioning System
7.5.6 Aircraft Warning Lights
7.5.7 Compound Lightning System
8 Mechanical Installation
8.1 Scope
8.2 Purpose
8.3 Air Conditioning
8.3.1 Environmental Conditions
8.3.2 Air Conditioning System
9 Equipment Installation
9.1 Scope
9.2 Purpose
9.3 Antenna Cables
9.3.1 General
9.3.2 Types of antenna cable
9.3.3 Wave Guides
9.3.4 Feeders
9.3.5 Jumpers
9.3.6 Splitters
9.3.7 Connectors
9.3.8 Layout
9.3.9 Pulling
9.3.10 Cable entrance
9.3.11 Fixing
9.3.12 Cover
9.3.13 Labelling
9.4 Antennas
9.4.1 General
9.4.2 Types of antenna
9.4.3 Orientation
9.4.4 Tilting
9.4.5 Amplifiers
9.5 INSTALLATION INSIDE EQUIPMENT ROOMS AND CABINS
9.5.1 Equipment Rack
9.5.2 Testing
10 Greenfield Site
10.1 Scope
10.2 Purpose
10.3 Technical Specifications
10.4 General Assumptions
10.5 Site Models
11 Health and Safety
11.1 Scope
11.2 Purpose
11.3 General
11.3.1 Radio Frequency Exposure
11.4 Site Acquisition
11.4.1 Principles
11.5 Detailed Design
11.5.1 Principles
11.6 Greenfield Sites
11.6.1 General
11.6.2 Anti climb Measures
11.6.3 Warning Signs
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