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NCP 23

NCP 23

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Published by: Junaid Mohd on Jan 12, 2012
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Scope of work for the proposed Multi Storied Housing Complex with basement belowthe tower shall broadly comprise of the following:
Floor Area in Super Structure is 365559.97 sq.ft.Floor Area in Basement is 25115.42 sq.ft.Area of Raft is 30675.57 sq.ft.The scope of work shall comprise mainly of carrying out construction work for the proposed multi storied residential complex (Ground + 14 story maximum + machineroom & roof top water tank) covering approx. 365559.97sq.ft. of Super structure floor area and approx. 25115.42 sq.ft. of basement floor area (under tower only). TheContractor shall arrange all materials, labour & equipments as required for successfulcompletion of the work.Work shall be executed as per C.P.W.D. specification, Quality Plan, BOQ TechnicalSpecification attached to BOQ and as per approved drawings and direction of Engineer In-charge of Crossings Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.The site shall be handed over to
M/s. ABC Developers Pvt. Ltd.
with completeexcavation and laying of hard core surface.The Contractor shall be completing the entire work of the proposed housing complex andhandover the complete apartments as per the following broad specification:-1
Earthquake resistant structure duly vetted.1
External Finish:
Most Modern & Elegant finish with texture paint.
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Internal Finish:
All internal walls shall be plastered & painted in off whiteshade with oil bound distemper & ceilings in white. Plaster of Paris punning &Cornices is to be done in Drawing/Dining room and Bedrooms.3
Drawing/Dining/Kitchen to have vitrified Tiles. Bedrooms to havewooden laminated flooring. Ceramic Tiles Flooring in toilets and balconies.4
All external doors and windows are to be of UPVC/aluminiumglazing. All Internal and main entrance door frames in mirandi wood with SkinMoulded main door and all internal with Flush door shutters duly Painted.5
All shutter hinges in steel. All internal and main entrance door frames with aluminium powder coated fittings with mortice lock in bedrooms.All external doors and windows with aluminium fittings.6
Granite working platform with 2 ft. high glazed ceramic tiles above itwith stainless steel sink. Independent RO system.7
All copper wiring in P.V.C. concealed conduit. Provision for adequate light and power points as well as telephone & TV outlets with Modular Switches and protective M.C.B’s.8
Water Supply:
Underground and overhead water tanks with pumps founinterrupted supply of water.9
Provision for Hot & Cold water system without Geyser. Glazed tiles in pleasing colours on walls up to door level. European W.C’s, washbasins &cisterns in white shade of Standard make. Chrome plated fittings of standardmake.10
Water Proofing:
Waterproofing of basements, all Terraces and toilet areas.Toilets and Kitchen Sink areas to have false ceiling.11
Provision of 2 nos. lift/tower with complete machine room. ii) AllPlumbing, Sanitary and Electrical works as per specification inside the buildingand connection up to the Main Feeder/Ring Main. iii) Storm Water andSewerage line to be connected to main feeder near the tower. iv) Fire fightingsystem inside the building with provision of fire hydrant in each floor for alltowers but no sprinkler system.
 Item Rate Contract
Also called a schedule contract, in this contract, the contractor undertakes the execution of work on an item rate basis. The amount to be received by thecontractor depends upon the quantities of various items of work actually executed. The
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 payment of the contractor is made on the basis of detailed measurements of differentitems of work actually done by him.
The item rate contract is most commonly used for all types of engineeringworks financed by public or government bodies. This type of contract is suitable for works which can be split in to various items and quantities under each item can beestimated with accuracy.
In this type contract, there is no need for detailed drawings at the time of allottingcontract as in the case of lump sum contract. The detailed drawings can be preparedafter the contract is awarded.
Changes in drawings and quantities of individual items can be made as per requirement within agreed limits.
The payment to the contractor is made on the actual work done by him at theagreed rates.
CONTRACT DATA SHEETSr.No.Clause Ref.No.DescriptionThe Contract Data
1.Company2.Project Manage3.Mobilisation Advance10%4.Insurance:5CAR PolicyFor amount of Rs. .Validity ….. Months6Workmens CompensationPolicyFor amount of Rs….Validity ….. Months7Third Party InsuranceFor amount of Rs.Validity ….. Months8Any other Insurance Cove9.Time for Completion andProgramme of Work10.Commencement of workAfter days from the date othe Notice to so on.11Material to be supplied bythe Company12.Tools, Plants andEquipment supplied by theCompany13.Supply of Water & ElectricalPower 1.5% OF THE R.A BILLS
The time allowed for execution of the work indicated at scope of work shall bethe essence of the contract.
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