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Table Of Contents

1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 SCADA/EMS MASTER STATION
1.2 TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE
1.3 OUTSTATIONS AND SUBSTATION ADAPTATION WORKS
1.4 UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM
1.5 NSCC BUILDING
1.6 CONTRACTUAL AND PHYSICAL BOUNDARIES OF SUPPLY
1.6.1 SCADA/EMS System
1.6.2 Telecommunication System
1.6.3 Outstation and Substation Adaptation Works
1.6.4 Colombo City Distribution Control Centre
1.6.5 Uninterruptible Power Supply System
1.6.6 NSCC Building
1.7 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUFACTURES OF PRODUCTS
2. NSCC SCADA/EMS
2.1 INTRODUCTION
2.2 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
2.2.1 General
2.2.2 System Architecture
2.2.3 Initial and Ultimate Sizing
2.2.4 Reliability and Availability
2.2.5 Risks
2.3 SCADA APPLICATIONS
2.3.1 Communication
2.3.1.1 Data Acquisition
2.3.1.2 ICCP Data Links
2.3.2 Data Processing
2.3.2.1 Measured Values
2.3.2.2 Status Indications - Digital Points
2.3.2.3 Derived Data
2.3.2.4 Meter Values
2.3.2.5 Tap Position
2.3.2.6 Data Quality Attributes
2.3.2.7 Controls
2.3.3 Alarm and Event Processing
2.3.3.1 Definition
2.3.3.2 Event Handling
2.3.3.3 Alarm Management
2.3.3.4 Printing of Alarm & Event Lists
2.3.3.5 Sequence of Events Processing
2.3.3.6 Disturbance Monitoring
2.3.4 Graphic User Interface (GUI)
2.3.4.1 General
2.3.4.2 Access Control
2.3.4.3 Displays
2.3.4.4 Supervisory Control
2.3.4.5 Sequence Control
2.3.4.6 Set Point Control
2.3.4.7 Manual Dressing
2.3.4.8 Trending
2.3.4.9 Diagram Tagging
2.3.4.10 Printing
2.4 ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
2.4.1 General Introduction
2.4.2 Transmission/Generation Network
2.4.3 EMS Database
2.4.4 Real-Time Network Analysis
2.4.4.1 General Requirements
2.4.4.2 Network Topology
2.4.4.3 State Estimation
2.4.4.4 External Network Modelling and State Calculation
2.4.4.5 Security Assessment
2.4.4.6 Bus Load Forecast
2.4.4.7 Loss Penalty Factors
2.4.4.8 Optimal Power Flow
2.4.4.9 Save cases
2.4.5 Real-Time Short Circuit Calculation
2.4.6 Study Mode Network Analysis
2.4.7 Generating Plant Scheduling
2.4.7.1 Introduction
2.4.7.2 Plant Scheduling Input Data
2.4.7.3 Plant Scheduling Outputs
2.4.7.4 Generation Scheduling Operating Modes
2.4.7.5 Reserve and Plant Monitoring
2.4.8 Demand Forecasting
2.4.8.1 Introduction
2.4.8.2 Long-Term Demand Forecasts
2.4.8.3 Short-Term Demand Prediction Facility
2.4.9 Economic Load Dispatching
2.4.9.1 Introduction
2.4.9.2 Computer Aided On-Line Load Dispatching
2.4.9.3 Study Mode Load Dispatching
2.4.10 Reactive Power Scheduling
2.4.10.1 Introduction
2.4.10.2 Reactive Scheduler Input Data
2.4.10.3 Reactive Power Calculation
2.4.10.4 Reactive Scheduler Outputs
2.4.11 Automatic Control of Generating Plant
2.4.11.1 General Requirements
2.4.11.2 Automatic Generation Control
2.4.12 SCADA/EMS System Interfaces with Power Stations
2.4.12.1 Introduction
2.4.12.2 Active and Reactive Power Dispatch Schedules
2.4.12.3 Active and Reactive Power Set-Point Displays
2.4.12.4 Active and Reactive Power Set-Point Control
2.4.12.5 Embedded Generation Data
2.5 OTHER APPLICATIONS
2.5.1 Switching Schedules
2.5.2 Job Management
2.5.3 Fault Detection, Location and Load Restoration (Option)
2.5.4 Expert System Assistance (Option)
2.5.5 Under Frequency Load Shedding
2.5.6 Load Shedding Schedules
2.6 HISTORICAL DATA
2.7 REPORT GENERATION
2.7.1 Routine Reports
2.7.2 Energy Reports
2.8 DATABASE MANAGEMENT
2.8.1 General
2.8.2 Data Entry
2.8.3 Data Manipulation Function
2.8.4 Graphic Display Construction
2.8.4.1 Configuration Responsibilities
2.8.5 Changes to Configuration Data
2.8.6 Change Control
2.9 DATA EXCHANGE FACILITIES
2.10 OPERATOR TRAINING SIMULATOR
2.10.1 Objectives
2.10.2 Simulation Functions
2.10.3 Relay modelling
2.11 MASTER STATION HARDWARE
2.11.1 Operating Systems
2.11.2 Antivirus Software
2.11.3 Servers
2.11.4 Data Acquisition Servers
2.11.5 Operator Workstations
2.11.6 Local Area Network (LAN)
2.11.6.1 Ethernet switches
2.11.6.2 Routers
2.11.6.3 LAN Management
2.11.7 Printers
2.11.7.1 General
2.11.7.2 Laser Printers
2.11.7.3 Colour Printers
2.11.8 Video Wall
2.11.8.1 Display Units
2.11.8.2 Controllers
2.11.8.3 Video Wall Construction
2.11.8.4 Software
2.11.8.5 Management
2.11.9 System Time
2.11.10 System Displays
2.12 SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
2.12.1 Normal Activity Conditions
2.12.2 High Activity Conditions
2.12.3 Computer Start Up
2.12.4 Transfer of Operation
2.12.5 System Response Times
2.13 CONTROL CENTRE FURNITURE
2.13.1 Operator Desks
2.13.2 Operator Chairs
2.13.3 Equipment Stands
2.13.4 Office Furniture
3. TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM
3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.1.1 Specification and Design Criteria
3.1.2 Reference Documents and Standards
3.1.3 Site and Environmental Conditions
3.1.4 Existing Control and Telecommunication Facilities
3.1.5 Implementation Programme
3.2 TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
3.2.1 Introduction
3.2.2 Design and Operational Philosophy
3.2.3 Expansion and Upgrade Capability
3.2.4 Telecommunication Network
3.2.4.1 Configuration and Topology
3.2.4.2 Network Design
3.2.4.3 Network Protection
3.2.4.4 Fibre Optic Links
3.2.4.5 Upgrading of Existing PLC Links
3.2.4.6 Communication Facilities
3.2.4.7 ICCP links between NSCC and Colombo City DCC
3.2.4.8 Communication Requirements at Power Stations / Substations
3.2.5 Telecommunication Management System
d. Teleprotection signalling equipment
3.2.5.1 TMS Control Centre Equipment
3.2.5.2 Time Synchronisation
3.2.6 Teleprotection Signalling Equipment
3.2.7 Telephone Network
3.2.7.1 Telephone Exchange Equipment
3.2.7.2 Voice Recording Equipment
3.2.8 Power Supply Requirements
3.2.8.1 At NSCC
3.2.8.2 At Existing Substations and Power Stations
3.2.8.3 At Employer’s HQ Building
3.2.9 Equipment Locations
3.2.10 Transition from Old to the New Telecommunication System
3.2.11 Interfaces with Other Systems/Equipment
3.2.12 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
3.3 FIBRE OPTIC COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
3.3.1 General Requirements
3.3.1.1 Introduction
3.3.2 Loss Budget Calculations
3.3.3 Safety
3.3.4 Functional Requirements
3.3.4.1 General
3.3.4.2 System Capacity and Performance
3.3.4.3 Service Channels
3.3.5 SDH Equipment
3.3.5.1 General
3.3.5.2 Optical Line Interface
3.3.5.3 Electrical Line Interface
3.3.5.4 Tributary Module
3.3.5.5 Switching Unit
3.3.5.6 Control and Alarm Functions
3.3.5.7 Engineer Order Wire
3.3.5.8 Service Data Interface
3.3.5.9 Power Supply Unit
3.3.5.10 Centralized Function
3.3.6 Primary Access Multiplexing Equipment
3.3.6.1 General
3.3.6.2 Multiplexer
3.3.6.3 Alarm Indications
3.3.6.4 User Interfaces
3.3.7 Cross Connection Equipment
3.3.8 Optical Regenerative Repeaters
3.3.8.1 General
3.3.8.2 Alarm indications
3.3.9 Power Supplies Requirements
3.3.10 Optical Fibre Distribution Frames / Patch Panels
3.4 TELECOMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
3.4.1 Introduction
3.4.2 Functional requirements
3.4.2.1 General
3.4.2.2 System Architecture and Design Concept
3.4.2.3 System Performance
3.4.2.4 Management Functions
3.4.3 Telecommunication Management System
3.4.3.1 General
3.4.3.2 Central Computer System
3.4.3.3 Software
3.4.3.4 System Functions
3.4.4 Telecommunication Management Centre Furniture
3.4.4.1 Control Desk
3.4.4.3 Stands
3.5 DIGITAL POWER LINE CARRIER SYSTEM
3.5.1 General Requirements
3.5.1.1 Introduction
3.5.2 Functional Requirements
3.5.2.1 General
3.5.2.2 Carrier Frequency Allocation
3.5.3 Digital PLC Equipment
3.5.3.1 General
3.5.3.2 Design Characteristics
3.5.3.3 Carrier Oscillators
3.5.3.4 Automatic Gain Control
3.5.3.5 Service Telephone
3.5.3.6 Test Facilities
3.5.3.7 User Interfaces
3.5.3.8 Monitoring
3.5.3.9 Alarms
3.5.3.10 Power Supplies Requirements
3.6 TELEPROTECTION SIGNALLING EQUIPMENT
3.6.1 Introduction
3.6.2 Functional Requirements
3.6.2.1 General
3.6.2.2 System Capacity
3.6.2.3 System Performance
3.6.2.4 Interfaces
3.6.2.5 Alarms indications
3.6.2.6 Power Supplies Requirements
3.7.6 Telephone Signalling
3.7.7 Status Reporting and Call Detail Recording Facilities
3.7.8 Telephone System Management Console
3.7.9 Telephone Handsets
3.7.10 Main Distribution Frame
3.7.11 Voice Recording Equipment
4. OUTSTATION AND SUBSTATION ADAPTATION WORKS
4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.2 DESIGN OBJECTIVES
4.3 OUTSTATIONS
4.3.1 Initial Equipping of Outstations
4.6.1 General
4.6.2 Control interposing relays
4.6.3 Status indication repeat relays
4.7 SAS GATEWAYS
5. POWER SUPPLIES
5.1 GENERAL
5.2 UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLIES
5.2.1 Functional Requirements
5.2.1.1 General
5.2.1.2 UPS Configuration
5.2.2 Modes of Operation
5.2.2.1 Normal
5.2.2.2 Main Supply Failure
5.2.2.3 Overload
5.2.2.4 Static Bypass
5.2.3 Performance
5.2.3.1 Rectifier
5.2.3.2 Battery and DC Circuit
5.2.3.3 Inverter
5.2.3.4 Static by-pass switch
5.2.3.5 Noise limits
5.2.4 Controls and Instrumentation
5.2.5 Construction Requirements
5.2.5.1 Enclosures
5.2.5.2 Converter components
5.2.5.3 Battery cells and containers
5.2.5.4 Distribution Board
5.3 DIESEL GENERATOR
5.3.1 General Requirements
5.3.2 Design Requirements
5.3.3 Type of Diesel Engine and Operating Conditions
5.3.4 Fuel
5.3.5 Bulk Fuel Storage
5.3.6 Daily Service Tank
5.3.7 Fuel transfer Pump
5.3.8 Fuel boost Pump
5.3.9 Fuel Oil Piping
5.3.10 Engine Lubrication
5.3.11 Set Mountings
5.3.12 Crankshaft
5.3.13 Governor
5.3.14 Engine Protection
5.3.15 Starting System
5.3.16 Cooling System
5.3.17 Safety Guards
5.3.18 Silencers
5.3.19 Air Filters
5.3.20 Engine/Generator Control Panel
5.3.20.1 Alarms Annunciator
5.3.20.2 Emergency Shut-down Relay
5.3.20.3 Engine/Generator Controls
5.3.20.4 Engine/Generator Instrumentation
5.3.21 Generator
5.3.22 Stator
5.3.23 Rotor
5.3.24 Exciters
5.3.25 Ventilation
5.3.26 Voltage Regulation
5.3.27 Pulley Block
5.3.28 Alternative Generators
5.3.29 Parallel Running
5.3.30 Tools and Spare Parts
5.3.31 Documentation
5.3.31.1 Drawings
5.3.31.2 Instruction Manuals
5.3.32 Inspection and Testing
5.4 48 V DC POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS
5.4.1 Functional Requirements
5.4.1.1 General
5.4.1.2 System Capacity and Performance
5.4.1.3 Alarm Indications
5.4.2 Battery and Charger Equipment
5.4.2.1 Batteries
5.4.2.2 Battery Chargers
5.4.2.3 Control and Instrumentation
5.4.2.4 Construction
5.4.2.5 48V DC Distribution Board
6. CONTROL CENTRE BUILDING REQUIREMENTS
6.1 INTRODUCTION
6.2 ACCOMMODATION REQUIREMENTS
6.3 CONTROL ROOM
6.4 EQUIPMENT ROOM
6.5 OFFICES FOR CONTROL CENTRE STAFF
6.5.1 General
6.6 STORAGE AND WORKSHOP FACILITIES
6.7 DOCUMENTATION LIBRARY
6.10 VISITORS' VIEWING AREA
6.11 CONFERENCE ROOM
6.12 MEETING ROOM
6.13 DOMESTIC QUARTERS
6.14 POWER SUPPLIES
6.14.1 General Requirements
6.14.2 Control Centre LV In-feeds
6.14.3 Diesel Generator Room/Enclosure
6.14.4 Uninterruptible Power Supplies
6.14.5 LV Distribution Panels
6.14.6 UPS Battery Room
6.14.7 DC Supplies
6.15 ACCESS CONTROL
6.16 FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM
6.17 LAN
6.18 HVAC
6.19 LIGHTING
6.20 MATERIALS
6.21 MAINTAINABILITY
7. RELIABILITY AND AVAILABILITY
7.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
7.2 AVAILABILITY REQUIREMENTS
7.2.1 SCADA/EMS Availability
7.2.2 Communication System Availability
7.2.3 Outstation Availability
7.3 AVAILABILITY CALCULATIONS
7.4 VERIFICATION
8. INSPECTION AND TESTING PHILOSOPHY
8.1 GENERAL
8.1.1 Approach to Testing
8.1.2 Responsibilities
8.1.3 Test Equipment and Facilities
8.1.4 Testing Stages
8.1.5 Notice & Witnessing of Tests
8.1.6 Test Procedures and Result Sheets
8.1.7 Contractor's Prior Tests
8.1.8 Conduct of the Tests
8.1.9 Failures
8.1.10 Fault Categories
8.1.11 Repeat Tests
8.1.12 Fault Log
8.1.13 Hardware Failure Reports
8.1.14 Software Failure Reports
8.2 TYPE TESTS
8.3 FACTORY ACCEPTANCE TESTS
8.3.1 Subsystem FAT
8.3.2 System FAT
8.3.3 General FAT Requirements
8.3.4 Specific Test Requirements
8.3.4.1 Master Stations
8.3.4.2 Outstations
8.3.4.3 Energy Management Software
8.3.4.4 Telecommunication
8.3.4.5 Power Supplies
8.4 SITE ACCEPTANCE TESTING
8.4.1 General SAT Requirements
8.4.2 Site Installation Tests
8.4.3 Site Update Period
8.4.3.1 SCADA/EMS Database
8.4.3.2 Point To Point Testing
8.4.4 System Site Acceptance Tests - SCADA
8.4.5 Site Acceptance Tests - EMS
8.4.6 Acceptance Tests - Telecommunications
8.4.7 Readiness to Commence Tests on Completion
8.5 TESTS ON COMPLETION
8.5.1 System Acceptance
8.5.2 Partial & Operational Acceptance
8.6 NON-CONFORMANCE
9. SPARES AND MAINTENANCE
9.1 GENERAL
9.2 MAINTENANCE PHILOSOPHY
9.3 DESIGN TO FACILITATE MAINTENANCE
9.4 SPARE PARTS
10.1 GENERAL
10.2 CONTENT
10.3 SCADA/EMS SYSTEM COURSES
10.3.1 Overview Course
10.3.2 System Operation Courses
10.3.3 Database and Display Maintenance Courses
10.3.4 EMS Applications Courses
10.3.5 System Administration Courses
10.4 TELECOMMUNICATION COURSES
10.5 SYSTEM MAINTENANCE COURSES
10.6 COURSE ATTENDEES
10.6.1 Course Duration
11. DOCUMENTATION
11.1 GENERAL
11.2 INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED WITH THE BID
11.3 DOCUMENTATION TO BE PROVIDED DURING THE CONTRACT
11.3.1 General
11.3.2 Specific Requirements for NSCC Building
11.3.3 Schedule of Contractor's Documents and Drawings
11.3.4 Programme of Work
11.3.5 Monthly Progress Report
11.4 DESIGN DOCUMENTATION
11.4.1 Functional Design Specification
11.4.2 Specific Requirements for Communication Documentation
11.4.3 Software Design Documentation
11.4.3.1 Standard Operating Software
11.4.3.2 Applications Software
11.4.4 Design Control Document
11.5 DOCUMENTATION FOR ACCEPTANCE TESTS
11.5.1 Test Plan and Schedule
11.5.2 Test Procedures
11.5.3 Test Reports
11.6 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS
11.6.1 System Manual
11.6.2 Operators' Manual
11.6.3 System Engineer's Manual
11.6.4 Hardware Manual
11.6.5 Maintenance Manual
11.6.6 Equipment Manual
11.6.7 Programmer's Manual
11.6.8 Communication Documentation
11.7 DOCUMENT SUBMISSION AND APPROVAL
11.8 ‘AS BUILT’ DOCUMENTATION
12. DRAWINGS
13. SITE SURVEYS
13.1 GENERAL REQUIREMEMNTS
13.2 PRELIMINARY SURVEYS
13.3 SINGLE LINE DIAGRAMS AND SIGNAL LISTS FOR OUTSTATIONS
13.4 EXISTING PLC SYSTEM
13.5 EQUIPMENT TO BE INSTALLED
14. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS AND STANDARDS
14.1 GENERAL
14.2 GENERAL STANDARDS
14.3 PROTECTION, METERING AND CONTROL
14.4 SCADA/EMS AND COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
14.5 AUXILIARY POWER AND CONTROL CABLES
14.6 LVAC SWITCHFUSE BOARDS
14.7 DC BATTERIES AND CHARGERS
14.8 EARTHING SYSTEMS
14.9 INSPECTION AND TESTING
14.10 ANCILLARY ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
15. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
15.1 INDOOR INSTALLATIONS
15.2 OUTDOOR INSTALLATIONS
16. ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
16.1 GENERAL
16.2 SUSCEPTIBILITY TO RADIATED ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY
16.3 PRODUCTION OF RADIATED ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY
16.4 SUSCEPTIBILITY TO CONDUCTED ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY
16.5 PRODUCTION OF CONDUCTED ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE
16.6 ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE
16.7 EMC STANDARDS
17. QUALITY ASSURANCE AND MANAGEMENT
17.1 GENERAL
17.2 ACCESS FOR THE EMPLOYER'S REPRESENTATIVE
17.3 SUB-CONTRACTORS
17.4 QUALITY PLAN
17.5 AUDITS
17.6 QUALITY RECORDS
17.7 ORGANIZATION
17.8 PLANNING
17.9 REVIEWS
17.10 TESTING
17.11 CORRECTIVE ACTION
17.12 CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT
17.13 ACCOMMODATION AND ASSISTANCE
18. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
18.1 GENERAL
18.2 SYSTEM OF UNITS
18.3 DESIGN, STANDARDIZATION AND INTERCHANGEABILITY
18.4 MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP
18.5 EQUIPMENT LIFE
18.6 RELIABILITY
18.7 POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
18.7.1 Alternating Current (ac)
18.7.2 Direct Current (dc)
18.7.3 Power Supply Units (PSUs)
18.7.4 Protection
18.7.4.1 Fuses and Links
18.7.4.2 Moulded Case Circuit Breakers
18.8 CUBICLES, CABINETS, RACKS AND CONTROL PANELS
18.8.1 General
18.8.2 Cubicle Wiring
18.8.3 Marshalling Cubicles Including SCADA Interface Panels
18.8.3.1 Terminal Blocks
18.8.3.2 Connectors
18.8.4 Equipment, Components and Terminal Identification
18.8.5 Degrees of Protection
18.8.6 Painting and Finishing
18.9 CONTROL AND INDICATING DEVICES
18.9.1 Keys and Push Buttons
18.9.2 Indicating Instruments
18.9.3 Indicating Lamps
18.9.4 Plug-in Cards
18.10 SECONDARY WIRING AND CABLES
18.10.1 General
18.10.2 Cable Types
18.10.3 Cable Laying, Termination and Identification
18.11 EARTHING
18.11.1 General
18.11.2 Safety Earthing
18.11.3 Cable Screens and Armouring
19. SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
19.1 GENERAL
19.2 THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE
19.3 CODE AND DATA STANDARDS
19.3.1 Programming Languages
19.3.2 Database Structure
19.3.3 Program and Data Security
19.4 APPLICATION OF QUALITY ASSURANCE
19.4.1 New Software
19.4.2 Existing Software
19.4.3 Configuration Data
19.4.4 Software Validation, Verification and Testing
19.4.5 Change and Issue Control
19.5 SCADA/EMS SOFTWARE
19.5.1 General
19.5.2 Software Life Cycle
19.5.3 System Development Methodology
19.5.4 Documentation
19.5.5 Functional Design Specification
19.5.6 Detailed Design
20.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
20.2 PRELIMINARY WORKS
20.2.1 Site Survey
20.2.2 Soil Investigations
20.2.3 Site Clearance
20.2.3.1 Cutting and removing trees & shrubs
20.2.3.2 Removing existing equipment, dismantling steel structures
20.2.3.3 Demolishing & removing of existing masonry/concrete structures
20.2.4 Site formation and up keeping
20.2.4.1 Cutting and filling earth
20.2.4.2 Explosives
20.2.4.3 Earth retaining structures
20.2.4.4 Anti Termite soil treatment
20.2.4.5 Land escaping & tree planting
20.2.4.6 Surface chipping
20.2.5 Cable Trenches & Ducts
20.2.5.1 Control and power cable trenches & ducts
20.2.5.2 Concrete Beds and Casings
20.2.5.3 Cable Pits
20.2.6 Concrete Work, Foundations & Piling Work
20.2.6.1 Concrete Work
20.2.6.2 Materials
20.2.6.3 Test Certificates and Samples
20.2.6.4 Aggregates
20.2.6.5 Water
20.2.6.6 Admixtures
20.2.6.7 Plant
20.2.6.8 Concrete Strength Requirements
20.2.6.9 Mixing
20.2.6.10 Workability
20.2.6.11 Transportation
20.2.6.12 Compaction
20.2.6.13 Construction Joints
20.2.6.14 Construction Bays
20.2.6.15 Joining New Concrete Work to Existing
20.2.6.16 Curing
20.2.6.17 Additional Requirements in Hot Weather
20.2.6.18 Formwork
20.2.6.19 Reinforcement
20.2.6.20 Foundation Bolts
20.2.6.21 Prevention of Corrosion below Ground
20.2.6.22 Grouting of structural steel works and plant
20.2.6.23 Grout under Base Plates
20.2.6.24 Foundations and Piling Work
20.3 LIGHTNING PROTECTION
20.3.1 Lightning Protection for Buildings
20.3.2 Materials,
20.3.2.1 Copper
20.4 WATER SUPPLY & DRAINAGE SYSTEM
20.4.1 Water supply system
20.4.2 Water Pipes
20.4.3 Sanitary Fittings
20.4.4 Waste Water Sewerage System
20.4.4.1 Drain Pipes
20.4.4.2 Manholes
20.4.4.3 Septic Tank & soakage pit
20.4.4.4 Sewerage Treatment Plant
20.4.5 Surface water drainage system
20.4.5.1 General
20.4.5.2 Gradient
20.5 CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE OF ROADS
20.5.1 General
20.5.2 Road carriage way
20.5.2.1 Preparation of Formation
20.5.2.2 Sub-Base
20.5.2.3 Prime Coat
20.5.2.4 Bituminous Surface
20.5.2.5 Roadsides
20.5.3 Approach road
20.5.3.1 Structures for approach roads
20.5.3.2 Access road and structures
20.6 FENCE AND GATE
20.6.1 Chain link fence and Gate
b) Gates
20.6.2 Galvanized Barbed wire fence & Gate
20.7 MISCELLANEOUS WORK
20.8 CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS
20.8.1 General
20.8.2 Fire criteria
20.8.3 Super structure (Structural frame & walls)
20.8.4 Brick work
20.8.5 Lime
20.8.6 Lintels
20.8.7 Building in Frames
20.8.8 Cement, Brick work and Plaster
20.8.9 Doors and Windows
20.8.10 Aluminium Windows and Doors
20.8.11 Aluminium Patent Glazing
20.8.12 Other Materials
20.8.13 Fire Resisting Steel Doors
20.8.14 Timber
20.8.14.1 Preservative
20.8.14.2 Workmanship
20.8.14.3 Timber Doors and windows
20.8.14.4 Builder’s Ironmongery
20.8.14.5 Pin Tumbler Cylinders
20.8.14.6 Door Closures
20.8.14.7 Door Fittings
20.8.14.8 Locking System
20.8.15 Glazing
20.8.16 Trenches
20.8.16.1 Indoor cable trenches
20.8.16.2 Checker Plate
20.8.17 Damp Proof Course (DPC)
20.8.17.1 Damp-Proof Membrane
20.8.18 Floor Finishes - General
20.8.18.1 Screeded Beds
20.8.18.2 Raised Modular Floors
20.8.19 Roof and ceiling
20.8.19.1 Zinc Aluminium Coated Profiled Steel Sheet Roofing
20.8.19.1.1 Zinc Aluminium Coated Profiled Steel Sheets
20.8.19.2 Gypsum board Ceiling
20.9 FINISHES AND FITTINGS
20.9.1 Wall and ceiling finishes
20.9.1.1 Generally
20.9.1.2 Workmanship
20.9.1.3 Materials
20.9.1.4 Hand railing
20.9.2 Painting
20.9.2.1 Painting on Metal Surfaces
20.9.2.2 Paints and Other Materials
20.9.2.3 Woodwork
20.9.2.4 Iron and Steel works (Except Structural Steelworks)
20.9.2.5 Bitumastic Painted Surfaces and Coated Pipes
20.9.2.6 Copper Surfaces
20.9.3 Waterproofing of Concrete Slabs & Masonry Walls in Toilet Areas
20.9.3.1 General
20.9.3.2 Description of Work
20.9.3.3 Materials
20.9.3.4 Execution
20.9.3.5 Certificate Warranty
20.9.4 Waterproofing of water retaining Structures
20.9.4.1 General
20.9.4.2 Description of work
20.9.4.3 Materials
20.9.4.4 Execution
20.9.4.5 Certificate Warranty
20.9.5 Waterproofing of Concrete Roofs
20.9.5.1 General
20.9.5.2 Description of work
20.9.5.3 Materials
20.9.5.4 Certificate Warranty
20.9.6 Internal Finishes
20.10 OTHER STRUCTURES
20.10.1 Site office
20.10.2 Temporary Works
20.10.3 House for Diesel Generator
20.10.4 Car parking
20.10.5 Guard House
20.10.6 Gabion Wall
20.10.6.1 General
20.10.6.2 Referenced Documents
20.10.6.3 Terminology
20.10.6.4 Classification
20.10.6.5 Material Manufacture
20.10.6.6 Mechanical Properties
20.10.6.7 Physical Properties
20.10.6.8 Dimensions and Tolerances
20.10.6.9 Workmanship
20.10.6.10 Sampling
20.10.6.11 Number of Tests
20.10.6.12 Test Methods
20.10.6.13 PVC Coating Thickness:
20.10.6.15 Weld Shear Strength of Fabric:
20.10.6.16 Inspection
20.10.6.17 Certification
20.11 LABELLING
21. BUILDING SERVICES
21.1 AIR CONDITIONING AND VENTILATING SERVICES
21.1.1 Contractors responsibilities
21.1.2 Project requirement
21.1.3 Design and liaison of work
21.1.3.1 External design conditions
21.1.3.2 Internal design conditions
21.1.3.3 Internal Sound Levels
21.1.3.4 Vibration
21.1.3.5 Standards
21.1.3.6 Design Calculations
21.1.4 Supplying and installation of services
21.1.4.1 Manufacturers
21.1.4.2 Split System Air Conditioning Units
21.1.4.3 Thermal Insulation
21.1.4.4 Mechanical Ventilation
21.1.4.5 Bifurcated fans
21.1.4.6 Axial flow fans
21.1.4.7 Ceiling fans
21.1.5 Control Equipment
21.1.6 Electrical Control
21.1.7 Electrical Connections
21.1.8 Maintenance
21.2 FIRE PROTECTION AND DETECTION FACILITIES
21.2.1 Fire Alarms
21.2.2 Bulk Heads for Cables and Pipes
21.2.3 Fire Protection Coating for Cables
21.2.4 Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System
21.2.5 Fire Alarm Panel
21.2.6 Manual Fire Alarm Stations
21.2.7 Automatic Fire Detectors
21.2.8 Audible Alarms
21.2.9 Visible Alarms
21.2.10 Cabling
21.2.11 Fire Protection Equipment
21.2.11.1 Portable wall mounted extinguishers
21.2.11.2 Mobile trolley extinguishers
21.2.12 Signs
21.3 LIGHTING AND SMALL POWER SUPPLY WORK
21.3.1 General
21.3.2 Contractors Responsibilities
21.3.3 Project Requirement
21.3.4 Design and liaison of work
21.3.4.1 Coding System
21.3.4.2 Schedule of Design Requirements
21.3.5 Supplying and installation of service
21.3.5.1 AC Distribution boards
21.3.5.2 Cables
21.3.5.3 Contactors
21.3.5.4 Switches and Push buttons
21.3.6 Lighting Fittings
21.3.7 Socket Outlets and Fused Spur Outlets
21.3.8 Conduit and Fittings
21.3.9 Poles
21.3.10 Interior Installations
21.3.11 Exterior Installation
21.3.12 Earthing and Bonding
21.3.13 Emergency Lighting
21.3.14 Schedule of Lighting Fittings and Sockets Outlets
21.3.15 Clocks
21.3.16 Maintenance
21.4 ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM
21.4.1 General
21.4.2 CCTV System
21.4.3 Refuge Alarms
21.4.4 Assistance Alarms
21.4.5 Panic Alarms
21.4.6 Window Actuator Control Panel
21.4.7 Induction Loop Systems
21.4.8 Intruder Alarm System
21.5 LIFT
21.5.1 Capacity
21.5.2 Erection
21.5.3 Guarantee and Maintenance
21.5.4 Drawings
21.5.5 Car Control
21.6 PUBLIC ADDRESS AND VOICE ALARM SYSTEM
21.6.1 General
21.6.2 System Description
21.6.3 Distributed Amplifier Unit (DAU)
21.6.4 Linked Audio Processor
21.6.5 Man Machine Interface Unit (MMI)
21.6.6 Entertainment Rack
21.6.7 Pendant Full Range Speakers
22. OTHER SERVICES
22.1 TRANSPORT
22.2 EMPLOYER’S REPRESENTATIVE’S OFFICE
22.2.1 Main Project Office for Employer’s Representatives
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