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PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT (PHED)

Monthly Progress Report MAY. 2016

CONTENTS

S. No.

Description

Page No.

1.0

Project Background

1.1

Description of Project

1.2

Project Area

2.0

Contracts Information

2.1

Employer

2.2

Contactor

2.3

Contracts Details

2.4

Engineer/Project Manager

3.0

Progress of Works

3.1

Executive Summary

3.1.1

Status of Physical Implementation

3.1.2

Financial Status

4.0

Physical Progress vs. Scheduled Programme

5.0

Quality Control

21

5.1

Quality Assurance Plan

21

5.2

Material Testing and Approval

22

6.0

Financial Status

22

7.0

Weather Report

26

8.0

Environmental, Health And Safety Issues

27

9.0

Interaction With Stakeholders / Authorities

28

10.0

Accidents And Incidents

28

11.0

Matter of Concerns

28

12.0

Outstanding Correspondence

29

13.0

Conclusion

30

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1.1 INTRODUCTION

The urban utility and service infrastructure including water, sewerage and solid waste
has become a prime concern in National Capital Region due to exponential growth of
population in the towns. The National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB), a statutory
body under Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. Of India, is planning to develop NCT of
Delhi and urban areas under NCR sub-regions of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan.
Farrukh Nagar Town (district Gurgaon-Haryana) is part of NCR. The National Capital Region
Planning Board is arranging by lateral loans to finance the infrastructure projects of NCR Sub
Regions. NCRPB has received a loan from A D B / Kfw. Part of this loan will be used for
payments for this work.
Public Health Engineering Department will be Executing Agency (EA) for the works of
Augmentation of Water Supply Scheme and Sewerage system for Farrukh Nagar and both
the contractors shall be selected on the basis of National Competitive Bidding. The Civil
works will be supervised by the Consultants on behalf of Public Health Engineering
Department (the Employer) who intends to engage Construction Supervision Consultancy
Services for the works.
The project basically comprises construction, operation & maintenance of water supply
scheme and sewerage system for Farrukh-Nagar. As mentioned in above para. The proposed
construction work will involve use of modern equipments and construction practice.

PROJECT TOWN & ITS SALIENT FEATURES


LOCATION
Farrukhnagar is a town and municipality in Gurgaon
District in HARYANA state, India. It is located at
28.45N 76.82E. It has an average elevation of
223 meters (731 feet). It is one of the nine
Administrative blocks of Gurgaon district Situated
FARUKHNAGAR
21 km from Gurgaon. It takes only 30 minutes to
reach there and shares its border with Jhajjar
district. Established in 1732 by Farrukhnagar
Figure 1 FARRUKHNAGAR
Faujdar Khan, the first Nawab of F a r r u k h n a g a r
and a governor Of Mughal Emperor (17131719) Farrukhsiyar in 1732, F a r r u k h n a g a r
flourished due to its salt Trade till the late 19th century and Later it was Abandoned in early
20th century. Today, Mughal era monuments like Sheesh Mahal, Baoli and Jama Masjid
built Faujdar Khan are popular visitors attractions. The town is connected to Garhi Harsaru,
south of Gurgaon, by railway line. The Sultanpur National Park is situated in Farrukhnagar
block on Road. The Pataudi P a l a c e is the nearest palace above 12 Km of the Farrukhnagar.
In the present Farrukhnagar called as a Shear.
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Farrukhnagar is connected to Gurgaon (16 km.), jhajjar, pataudi & other towns by road.
Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway (KMP Expressway), whose construction was scheduled to
be completed by 2012, lies close to the town and will make access to the town easier.
A branch line was laid in 1901 to Garhi Harsaru station on Rajputana- Malwa Railway
(Delhi- Ajmer railway), is 12 km away. The meter gauge railway line was used to transport salt
by steam engines. It was closed in 2004 for gauge conversion. The converted broad gauge
track became operational in 2011. There has been a demand to extend the track to Jhajjar
where it will join Rewari-Jhajjar -Rohtak railway line.
1.2 PROJECT AREA
The project area under the proposed projects is the area under jurisdiction of
2
Farrukhnagar Municipality spread around 34 km .
The project area comprises of 11 wards having total population of 1.39 lakhs.
Present Status of Water Supply:
At present water is supplied through tube wells generally feeding direct in distribution system
and through 2 Nos existing Zonal Booster pumping stations. Now in this project, it is proposed
to draw treated fresh water from taking off- take connection from rising main of Mewat
Water Supply Scheme from Badli up to Nuh Town in Mewat along the proposed KMP
expressway, which is about 3 KM from Farrukh-Nagar Town. 2 Nos underground clear water
reservoirs one for each zone-I &III and distribution network system has been proposed. The
existing capacity of Underground tank for zone-II is sufficient.
Present Status of Sewerage
The Town is not having sewerage system at present. There are individual septic tanks in
most of the houses whereas some houses discharge the sewage through open drains.

2.0 Contract Information

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2.1 Employer
Public Health Engineering Department (PHED), HARYANA

2.2 Contractor
THE INDIAN HUME PIPE CO. LTD.(Nuh,Badli and Farrukh Nagar)
M/s GOYEL PROJECTS PVT LTD ( Pataudi and Haily Mandi town )

2.3 Contracts Details


C o n t r a c t No;
PHDN/48/2014-15 Dated 12/03/2014
E.E. PHED No.1, NUH Allotment letter
No. 2163-68 Dated 03/04/2014

C o n t r a c t description;
Consultant for Providing Construction
Supervision Consultancy (CSC) Services
for Works awarded for Farrukh Nagar
town, Nuh Town, Haily Mandi, Pataudi
town & Sonipat Town under PHED,
Haryana with Financial Assistance from ADB/ KfW through National Capital Region Planning
Board (NCRPB)

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of task;

Further the project is divided into Four parts as describe below:Sr.No. Name of work
A.

B.

Funding
Estimated Cost
Agency
(Rs in Lakhs)
Augmentation
and KfW through 628.38
extension of water supply NCRPB
for Farrukh Nagar with canal
water as source
Providing sewerage scheme KfW through 901.00
& sewage treatment plant NCRPB
for Farraukh Nagar
Note:- The tender work in
progress

Name of
Division
Gurgaon

Contract
Assign to
IHP

Augmentation Water Supply


Scheme for Nalhar Medical
College, Nuh Town &
surrounding
17 No. villages under PHED,
Haryana with Financial
Assistance
from
ADB
through National Capital
Region Planning Board
(NCRPB)
Augmentation
and
extension of water supply
for Pataudi & Haily Mandi
town
Construction of storm water
drainage in Sonipat town

ADB through 7336.93


NCRPB

Nuh

IHP

ADB through 1514.14


NCRPB

Sohna

M/s Goyel
Projects

ADB through 1982.40


NCRPB

Sonipat

Gurgaon

Project about to complete 95% done.


Project yet not started.

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(A) Augmentation and extension of water supply for Farrukh-Nagar


with canal water as source.
(i) Rising Main:
Rising main DI K7 has been proposed from off take point from rising main near KMP
expressway to Boosting Stations zone I, II & III at Farrukh Nagar.
Pipe Dia in mm

150

200

300

350

Total

Length in m

150

1221

380

3272

5023

(ii) Zonal Reservoirs:


Under Ground Storage Reservoirs (U.G.S.R) has been proposed at 2 places via at zone 1 & 3.
Capacity and location proposed is given below. For zone-II the existing capacity is sufficient.

Zone No

Capacity
Proposed ML

UGSR

Zone -1

0.732

UGSR

Reservoir Location

Land
Ownership

At CHC.
(COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER)

Zone -III

0.683

Total

1.415

UGSR

At Shamshan Ghat

Government
Haryana

of

Municipality
(PATAUDI)

(iii) Zonal Booster Pumping Stations: (Pumping machinery)


3 Nos Zonal Booster pumping stations have been proposed for installation, 6 Nos pumping
machinery, 2 for each (1 will act as stand bye). The details of pumping sets are given below
PUMPS FOR DISCHARGE
EACH ZONE EACH PUMP

OF NO OF
PUMPS

PUMPING
KILO WATT OF LOCATION OF PUMPING STATIONS
HEAD
IN EACH PUMP
METERS

At CHC.

Zone-1 300 cub. meter 1W +1 S

30 m

55

(COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER)

Zone -II 300 cub. meter 1W +1 S

30 m

55

Existing B/S

Zone -III 300 cub. meter 1W +1 S

30 m

55

At Shamshan ghat.

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(iv) Strengthening of the Distribution System:


The existing distribution networks reviewed, rezoned and redesigned. Extension of pipe
network has been proposed in streets and lanes where pipes are not already laid. Water
shall be supplied to consumers through 3 Nos. Existing OHSRs (overhead storage reservoirs)
and 3 Nos Zonal under Ground level Reservoirs with boosters. Distribution network analysis
has been carried out using Water CAD software. About 20.90 km of new pipeline for
distribution network will be laid, The Diameter of distribution system ranges from 100 300
mm. About 95 percent of total length of pipelines will be of small diameter (100mm).

Pipe ID, mm

100

150

Length, m

24717 1353

200

250

300

Total

284

263

137

26754

(v) System Metering:


There is no metering system for water produced at present. In absence of metering of
production and distribution of water, there is no system of estimating quantity of water
produced, distributed and lost UN accounted. As such it is proposed to provide 3
electromagnetic flow meters one in each distribution zone at delivery end of Booster pump
station.
(vi) Consumer Metering:
At present Domestic water connections are on flat rate basis. Under this project it is
proposed to have all distribution zones with 100% consumer meters. These all zones will be
provided water supplies and Non-revenue water will be targeted to be reduced to less than
15%.
To improve the water supply system of Farrukh Nagar Town all bulk consumers having
connection size above 12 mm ( inch) and all commercial and industrial consumers will be
asked to have functional water meter in their premises as per policy Govt. of Haryana.
(vii) House Service Line Replacement:
House service lines being major source of leakages; it is proposed to replace old, worn out
and leaking service lines with MDPE pipes in all distribution zones. For this it will be the
responsibility of the consumer to replace the old and worn pipe line up to the connection
from main line.
(viii) Reduction of NRW:
At present the water meters both on production side and on consumer end are not available.
As such there is no assessment of UFW or NRW. As such in all of 3 distribution zones intensive
NRW reduction measures will be taken up under this work. In all zones, it is proposed that all
consumers will have meters and system meters to assess quantity of water supplied in the
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zone and quantity of water reached to consumers. Difference in quantity supplied and
quantity reached to consumer will give extent of NRW. The contractor will Assess regularly
losses in all the zones and take appropriate measures to reduce NRW to less than 15%.

(B) Providing sewerage scheme & sewage treatment plant for FarrukhNagar.
This project is meant for providing Sewerage System Network and Sewage Treatment Plant
for the town. The proposed scheme broadly comprise of Stone Ware and RCC pipe sewerage
system with appurtenances, Sewage Pumping Station, MBBR (Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor)
technology based 3 MLD capacity Sewage Treatment Plant, Sludge Thickener, Sludge
Drying Beds and about 3 km long effluent wastewater channel to forest land.
(i)
Sewage Flow Generation
It is estimated that by the year 2042 the sewage flow from existing & proposed future
developments shall be approximately 3 MLD on the basis of present water supply and as such
the capacity of the proposed MPS & STP has been taken as 3MLD with a peak factor of 2.50
i.e. peak flow of 7.50 MLD.
(ii)

Main / Trunk and Branch Sewers

Stone ware (SW) pipes and RCC pipes NP3 class are proposed for sewerage system as
given below:
Sewer Dia in mm

Length in m

(iii)

200

250

300

350

400

SW

SW

SW

SW

SW

17510

705

265

330

50

600

Total

RCC NP3

70

18930

Sewage Pumping Station

The main sewer will outfall in the Sewage Pumping Station of 3 MLD Capacity through
screening chamber from where it will be pumped into the inlet chamber of Sewage
Treatment Plant. The Works of SPS includes all civil, Mechanical, Electrical and
instrumentation works.
(iv)

Sewage Treatment Plant

The Sewage from the Sewage Pumping Station will be received into the inlet chamber of 3
MLD Capacity Sewage Treatment Plant based on Moving Bed Biological Reactor Technology
(Attached Growth Process) The STP is to be constructed complete in all respect including
construction of (i) Process units (ii)Boundary wall, Security Guard Room (iii) Staff Quarters,
approach roads, Main Control Room, Laboratory, Office, Transformer, DG Set (iv) all Electrical,
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Mechanical, Piping & Instrumentation works (iii) effluent disposal system. The treated
sewage shall be discharged to distant forest land through sewage channel.
(v)

Site for MPS and STP

The Site for the proposed MPS & STP is on link road from Farrukh Nagar to forest land in
Farrukh Nagar Town. The site is in depression. Site Plan and town plan are given at
Drawing No. SW-D-20.
(vi)

Raw Sewage Characteristics

For the design purpose of the proposed MPS & STP following raw wastewater
Characteristics shall be adopted:

PARAMETER

VALUE

PH

7-7.5

TSS

350 mg/L

BOD5

250 mg/L

COD

500 mg/L

Oil & Grease

7-8 mg/L

Total Coliform

10^6 -10^7mg/L

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(vii) Treated Sewage Characteristics


The treatment plant shall meet following effluent characteristics:

Treated Sewage characteristics

Value

pH

7 - 8.50

TSS

< 30 mg/l

BOD

< 20 mg/l

Oil + Grease

<10 mg/L

Total coliform
COD

10,000MPN/100mL
< 100 mg/L

(C) Water Supply scheme for Nalhar Medical College & Nuh Town
and surrounding villages of Nuh Town (Haryana)
The urban utility and service infrastructure including water, sewerage and solid waste has
become a prime concern in National Capital Region due to exponential growth of population
in the towns. The National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB), a statutory body under
Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. Of India, is planning to develop NCT Delhi and
urban areas under NCR sub-regions of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan. Nuh Town
(district Mewat-Haryana) is part of NCR. The National Capital Region Planning Board is
arranging by lateral loans to finance the infrastructure projects of NCR Sub Regions. NCRPB
has received a loan from ADB. Part of this loan will be used for payments for construction of
this work.
Public Health Engineering Department will be Executing Agency (EA) for the works of Water
Supply scheme for Nalhar Medical College & Nuh Town and surrounding villages of Nuh Town
(Haryana) and the contractor shall be selected on the basis of National Competitive Bidding.
The civil works will be supervised by the Consultants on behalf of Public Health Engineering
Department (the Employer) who intends to engage Construction Supervision Consultancy
Services for the works.
The project basically comprises construction, operation & maintenance of water supply
scheme for Nuh Town and adjoining villages as Mentioned in TOR. The proposed construction
work will involve use of modern equipments and construction practices.
Nuh has conspicuously flat topography, though the Mewat district
has diverse physiographic features due to plains on the one side and foot-hill extensions of
Aravalli hills on another side. The Nuh block is an alluvial plain formed by the tributary of
River Yamuna, namely Sahib River. Soil available is loam and sandy. The inland depressions
cause drainage problems, leading to water logging in monsoon. The soil is heterogeneous; in
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some places it is rocky. Alluvial thickness varies from almost insignificant to above 185 m, in
and around Nuh, as revealed by boreholes drilled in this block.
The climate of the area is tropical, semi-arid and hot. The climate is characterized by the
dryness in air, a hot summer and a cold winter. Average temperature in of the district ranges
from 40C in January to 70C in May and June. Annual average rainfall in the district is 576 mm,
with 28 normal rainy days in a year. The annual average rainfall in the district is 594 mm.
Humidity is high in the south-west monsoon season. April and May are the driest months
when the relative humidity in the mornings is about 45% and in the afternoons goes less than
30%.
Project Area for NUH TOWN
The project area under the proposed projects is the area covering Nuh city and adjoining 19
villages and intake on canal, WTP site at Badli and pipe line, intermediate booster site and
alignment from Intake to service reservoir at Sehsola etc.
Present Status of Water Supply:
The water supply system in Nuh & adjoining villages is presently based on ground water i.e.
through tube-wells. The ground water table is depleting alarmingly at approximately 2.5
meter per year. The present water table is 30 meters below ground level. The quality of
water though marginally good at present but the same is deteriorating rapidly. The Tube
wells are installed outside Nuh i.e near village Palri as the ground water inside the Town is
brackish.
The town has been divided into 14 zones for the purpose of water supply and each zone gets
approximately 1.5 hours of water supply on alternate days @ 40 LPCD. There are 8 number
tube wells with a discharge of 100 LPM working 8 hours daily and 5 numbers tube wells
with a discharge of 200 LPM working 5 hours daily. Daily water availability from all the
tube wells is of the order of 684000 liters. The distribution pipe line size varies from
80mm to 250mm. The water from all these tube wells is pumped to six number
underground reservoirs in Nuh town with boosting arrangements from where the water is
boosted to two number overhead service reservoir of one lac liter capacity each and some
boosters are directly supplying water to the town. The adjoining villages are also having tube
wells and water supply system.
The sub-project will cover the entire population of Nuh town and eighteen adjoining villages.
Total population to be served in the ultimate stage of the project is of the order of 130720.
The implementation of the project has following advantages:-To raise water supply status to 135 LPCD in Nuh town and 70 LPCD in villages for the
prospective population.
-To eliminate dependence of ground water.
-Lying of connecting pipe lines and to ensure proper distribution of water.
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-Installation of meters at strategic locations as well as domestic meters to ensure


effective management of the water supply system and reduce unaccounted for water (UFW)
to minimum acceptable limits.
-Improve infrastructural facilities and help creation of durable public assets and quality
oriented services in villages & town.
-To create assured source of water from Gurgaon Water Supply Channel.
-To implement effective water supply management system.

The project comprises of raw water intake works, raw water storage for 3 days near the
intake, raw water pumping station, the treatment plant, a conventional treatment plant
involving coagulation-flocculation, rapid sand filtration and chlorination, clear water pumping
machinery and rising mains, a boosting station at Gurgaon -Pataudi road and ground level
service reservoirs at Sehsola and distribution mains and supply mains to Nuh town and
various villages of different sizes as per service zones. Selected critical components e.g.,
intake works, storage tanks, rising mains, clariflocculator, etc. are designed corresponding
to the ultimate design period i.e. 2042 while the rest of the components, e.g., Filters, pumping
machinery, service reservoirs, etc. which can be implemented in a modular approach have
been designed for the intermediate stage of 2027.

(i)

Intake station from Gurgaon Water Supply channel at Badli

o
o
o
o

Raw water conveyance comprising of canal out let & raw water carrier
Sedimentation and settlement tanks 3 days capacity for next 15 years
Suction well
Raw Water Pumping station.

(ii)

Water treatment Plant at Badli

Rising Main from raw water pump house to inlet chamber of WTP

Inlet Chamber

Flash Mixer

Clariflocculator Unit

Rapid Gravity Filter Unit


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Clear Water Reservoir

Clear Water Pumping Station

(iii) Rising main from Badli Water treatment Plant to hillock at RD 44600
The pipe line will encounter the following railways & roadways
o Railway line crossing----Gurgaon- Farrukhnagar
o Railway line crossing----Gurgaon- Hailymandi- Rewari
o National highway number-8
(iv)

Supply Tank on hillock at RD 44600

Clear water tank for supply- one day capacity

Chlorination unit

(v)

Transmission Main

From RD 44600 to RD 61100 i.e. Junction for NUH TOWN, 17 Nos. villages & Medical
College Nalhar Nuh town
(vi)

Connecting pipe lines

From transmission main to Nuh town, to villages & to Nalhar medical college.

(D) Augmentation and extension of water supply for Pataudi & Haily
Mandi town
Description of Tasks
The selected consultancy firm is required to take up Construction Supervision of
following major project components of the project.

(i)

Rising Main: (Pumping main)

Pumping main DI K7 has been proposed from offtake point from Rising main near KMP
expressway to Booster Stations for two zones in Pataudi and two zones in Hailymandi.
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(ii)

Pipe Dia in mm

300

450

500

600

Total

Length in m

3300

2600

300

11900

18100

Zonal Reservoirs:

Under Ground Reservoirs has been proposed at two places viz at zone 1, & 2 in Pataudi and at
two places viz at zone 1, & 2 in Hailymandi. Capacity and location proposed is given below.
City

Zone No

Capacity Proposed ML

Reservoir Location

Pataudi

Zone -1

1.82

At Shamshan Ghat

Pataudi

Zone -2

1.54

At Moti Dungri

Hailymandi

Zone -1

1.488

Kulana road

Hailymandi

Zone -2

2.1

Railway road

Total

(iii)

6.948

Zonal Booster Pumping Stations: (Pumping machinery)

Zonal Booster pumping stations have been proposed 4 nos for each booster station for
installation of 8 Nos pumping machinery, 2 for each booster pump station (1 working (W)+ 1
stand bye (S)). The details of pumping sets are given below:-

LOCATION

PUMPS FOR DISCHARGE


NO OF
EACH ZONE
OF
EACH PUMPS
PUMP

PUMPING
LOCATION
HEAD
IN PUMPING
METERS
STATIONS

Pataudi

Zone-1

470 m3/hr.

1W +1S

30 M

Shamshan Ghat

Pataudi

Zone -2

3
470 m /hr.

1W +1S

30 M

Moti Dungri

Hailymandi

Zone -1

3
410 m /hr.

1W +1S

30 M

Kulana road

Hailymandi

Zone -2

3
565 m /hr.

1W +1S

30 M

Railway Road

OF

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(iv)

Strengthening of the Distribution System:

The existing distribution networks reviewed, rezoned and redesigned. Extension of pipe
network has been proposed in streets and lanes where pipes are not already laid. Water shall
be supplied to consumers from zonal Under Ground level Reservoirs with boosters.
Distribution network analysis has been carried out using Water CAD software. About 37 km of
new pipeline for distribution network will be laid, The Diameter of distribution system ranges
from (100 400) mm. About 82 percent of total length of pipelines will be of small diameter
(100mm).

DI Pipe K7, (in mm)

100

150

Length, m

30347

3878 998 1075 117 20

(v)

200 250

300 350

400

Total

613

37048

System Metering:

There is no metering system for water produced at present. In absence of metering of


production and distribution of water, there is no system of estimating quantity of water
produced, distributed and lost unaccounted. As such it is proposed to provide 1
electromagnetic flow meter of 600 dia for offtake from main pumping main on KMP road and
4 no electromagnetic flow meter of 300 mm dia one in each distribution zone at delivery end
of Booster pump station.

(E) Construction of storm water drainage in Sonipat town.


Description of Sonipat town
Sonipat is an important town of Haryana & is located north of Delhi at a distance of about 22
km from Azadpur & 30 km from ISBT Kashmiri Gate in Delhi.
Geographically, it is situated at 28.9800 N 77.0200 E. It is connected to Delhi though NH1.
The area of town is 18.25 sq. km. Location of Sonipat is shown in Figure 3-1.
It traces its mythological history with Mahabharata. It is said that Sonipat is one of the
prasthas asked by Yudhistara. It is conceived that the five Pandava brothers established this
place called as Suvarnaprastha. As per another opinion. Raja Soni the thirteenth descendant
of Arjuna was responsible for its creation. The first written & documented mention relates its
history with the great Sanskrit grammarian Panini and his book Asthyadhyayi.
The population of Sonipat town as per census 2001 was 216,213. The District Sonipat came in
to existence on December 22, 1972. Till then it was a part of Rohtak district. Sonipat has an
average literacy rate of 72% higher than the national average of 59.5%.

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Climate
Climate of District is district is dry with hot summers and cold winters .The weather becomes
comparatively mild during monsoon period. The district experience high humidity during the
monsoon. Summer starts early April and peaks in May. Winters are from November to
February/March .The average temperature ranges from a minimum of 1.8C to a maximum
of 44.9C; occasional extremes may in the range of 0.6C to 47C .Predominant winds are
from north northwest and west, followed by east and southeast .Extreme temperatures
have ranged from 0.6C (30.9F) to 47C (116.6F).The annual rainfall varies considerably
from year to Year .The average annual rainfall of the city is about 624mm. Most of the rainfall
is received during the monsoon season (July- September); this seasons accounts for75percent
of the annual rainfall .On an average there are24 rainy days in a tear with rainfall of 25mm (or
more) per days in the town.
2.4 Engineer / Project Manager
W A P C O S LIMITED
C o n t r a c t Nr;
MEMO no, 6472 DT 05-06-15
C o n t r a c t description;
Construction Supervision (CSC) services for works awarded for Farrukhnagar town, Nuh
town Haily Mandi, Pataudi town & Sonipat town under PHED, Haryana with financial
Assistance from ADB/Kfw through National Capita Region Planning Board (NCRPB).
S c o p e of Works;
The overall scope of Consultancy is to carry out the two phases described below:
1. Check and Approval of Proposed Design Changes by the Contractor - Covers checking and
approval of the Contractors proposed changes to the detailed design provided by the original
Design and Supervision Consultant.
2. Construction Supervision - Covers construction supervision of all works for the proposed
interventions, including attendance during the Defects Liability Period.
C o n t r a c t Price
Rs. 210.00 Lakhs /C o m m e n c e me n t Date
LOI DT: 12/03/2014
O r i g in al Contract Period 24 Months
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MONTHLY PROGRESS DETAILS FOR THE PROJECT C UNDER PHED DEPPT: CODED (WS01)

3.0 Progress of Works


3.1 Executive Summary
3.1.1 Status of physical implementation
1st MAY to 31st MAY PIPELINE LAID
PIPE DIAMETER

PATAUDI

100K7

HAILY
MANDI
16563.90

QUANTITY TOTAL
(B.O.Q.)
30347

BALANCE PIPE

3396.65

INSTALLED
QUANTITY
29960.55

150K7

2298.60

1091.90

3390.50

3872

481.50

200K7

963.95

18.80

982.75

998

15.25

300K7

1074.80

.400

1075.20

1075

250K7

101.15

11.58

112.73

117

4.27

400K7

40.40

546.80

587.20

613

25.8

350K7

20.00

20.00

20

450K9

2540.95

40.95

260

55.05

500K9

297.00

297.00

297

600K9

11588.70

11588.7

11898.50

309.5

300K9

1666.40

1537.75

3297

92.85

SITE
(BOOSTING
STATION)
PATAUDI zone-1
PATAUDI zone-2
HAILY
MANDI
ZONE-1
HAILY
MANDI
ZONE-1

CLEAR WATER
TANK (%)

STAFF QUARTER
(%)

PUMP HOUSE
(%)

381.45

OTHER
MISCELLANEOUS
WORKS (BOUNDARY,
WALL ROAD, PIPE LINE)
(%)

95
95
95

70
70

70
70
70

95
95

95

70

70

95
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3.1.2 Financial status:

Ref.

Description

Contract Lump
sum Amount

%Work
Done

Released From the


Department

Gross Work Done


%

78.27 %

2308.44088

95 %

Lakhs

Augmentation Of Water
Supply Scheme For
Pataudi & Haily-Mandi
Towns

2949.03512

4.0 Physical Progress Compared with Submitted Program me


By the date of 31st MARCH 2016, 407 calendar days has elapsed since the project official
started. Up to now the overall progress is % as against % of the scheduled program.
Sr.no

DESCRIPITION

COMPLETION %

AUGMENTATION AND EXTENSION OF WATER


SUPPLY FOR PATAUDI & HAILY MANDI TOWN
1.
2.
3.
4.

SHAMSHAN GHAT PATAUDI ZONE 1


MOTI DUNGRI
KULANA
RAILWAY ROAD HAILY MANDI

92
92
98
97

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5.0 Quality Control


5.1 Quality Assurance Plan
In order to guarantee the quality of the Works, the following measures are being followed.
Contractor is not submitting the form of REQUEST FOR APPROVAL to Engineer indicating
the working areas and details of the works to be carried out the next day. So, that the
inspection is being done on a daily basis by Engineer.
E v e r y week, the technical meeting is being held by Engineer to assess the progress and
quality of works and other issues on site.
S t r i c t procedures of quality-check and acceptance are followed according to the
Specifications to ensure that it complies with the requirement of the Specifications.

6.2 Material Testing and Approval


All the pipes, fittings and accessories have been purchased from Electrosteel Pipe Co.
LTD. received with the QUALITY CERTIFICATE FOR DUCTILE IRON PIPES which was approved
by M/S Rites Limited. Applicable tests and checks have been performed by the Manufacturer
and confirmed.
Concrete Cubes are collected during all concreting works as per the specifications and
are NOT tested in the laboratory for compressive strength. The details of the test are
recorded last year and are certified if the same are confirming to specifications. The details of
the concrete used for different structures, the number cube samples collected and tested are
presented in the format attached as Annxeure-1
For pipeline works regular inspections are being carried out checking for provision of proper
bedding, compaction and jointing. The completed pipeline is not tested for hydrostatic
pressure equivalent to 1.5 times the static pressure at that location. Instead of recommended
from WAPCOS officials present on site.
9.0 Health and Safety Issues
None were taken till date.

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10.0 Interaction with Stakeholders / Authorities


During the construction time to time interaction is going on with PHED representatives
and local people for their cooperation.
11.0 Accidents and Incidents
No accidents were noted till date.

12.0 Matter of Concerns


Regularly informing regarding quality documents (RFA, POUR CARDS, and TEST REPORTS)
through letters and on meetings, but none of them were submitted till date.

Hindrance Details for the Projects

Near Babra Bakipur gas pipeline crossing.


Near Pataudi Chawk cc road crossing.
Railway line crossing near flyover.
Near Rewari road, road crossing for 300mm pipeline.
Hailymandi road near Mini Secretariat.
Near shri ram chawk Hailymandi road crossing for 400mm pipeline with trench less
method.
Moti Dhungri road Nauhta Chawk Pataudi for 100mm pipeline.
NOTE All these are pending due to which work is suffering of reaching its finishing stage.

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13.0 Outstanding Correspondence


The monthly correspondence details are given below:
S .No.

Letters No.

Subject

Date

Incoming Correspondence
PHED to WAPCOS
1.

S .No.

1.

Letters No.

Subject
Outgoing Correspondence
WAPCOS to PHED
-

Date

14.0 Conclusion

Summarizing the information given above, the contractor has completed


overall progress of the project till 31st MAY2016.

95 % of

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SITE-PHOTOGRAPHS

IMAGE 1- STAFF QUARTER (PATAUDI ZONE-1)

IMAGE 2- PUMP HOUSE (PATAUDI ZONE-1)

IMAGE 3- MAIN GATE INSTALLED AT PATAUDI ZONE.

IMAGE 4-EXCAVATION FOR LAYING OF CC ROAD AT HAILY MANDI.

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IMAGE 5 - RAILING INSTALLED AT CWT STAIRS.

IMAGE 6- STAFF QUARTER AT HAILY MANDI ZONE-2

(HAILY MANDI BOOSTING STATION)

IMAGE 7 STAFF QUARTER AND PUMP HOUSE

IMAGE 8 PUMP HOUSE AT KULANA BOOSTING STATION.

(AT RAILWAY ROAD BOOSTING STATION)

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IMAGE 9 PUMP INSTALLED AT BOOSTING STATION


(PATAUDI ZONE 1 BOOSTING STATION)

IMAGE 10 MAIN GATE INSTALLED (MS PIPE)


(AT SHIV MURTI BOOSTING STATION PATAUDI ZONE 2)

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