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GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

COMMON SCHEDULE OF RATES 2010


CHAPTERS 1 TO 33

THIRD EDITION
ISSUED BY:

The Chief Engineer Punjab P.W.D., Buildings and Roads Branch, Patiala

FORWARD
Common Schedule of Rates (CSR) being published by Punjab, PWD from time to time is a very comprehensive document and useful in execution of development works in Punjab. Apart from Punjab PWD this CSR is being used by number of Boards, Corporations, Public Sector Undertakings, Private Sector Builders and Architects etc. The CSR was first published in the year 1962 followed by revision in the year 1987. During the last 23 years, CSR has not been revised. 25 Nos. Addenda and Corrigenda on CSR-1987 have been issued from time to time. The prices of Labour and Material have increased many fold and to update the rates, the ceiling premium are being fixed from time to time by Zonal Committee of Superintending Engineers of various departments. It is utmost needed to revise the CSR due to introduction of new items in the market and evolution of new material, machinery and modern construction techniques so as to make it really useful document.

I wish to place on record the technical input and effective co-ordination on the part of various technical committees and the efforts put in by staff of CSR cell to finalize the CSR-2010 I am also thankful to all the Chief Engineers and Superintending Engineers for giving their valuable advice and Executive Engineers and other staff members who gave their valuable suggestions and full cooperation in the finalization of CSR-2010 I am sure that this CSR will be quite helpful to all the concerned in construction industry and development works. This CSR has been issued with the approval of the Direction Committee of Chief Engineers, in the meeting held on 11.07.2011.

Patiala.

Er. R.P. Singh Chief Engineer (H.Q.), Punjab, PWD B&R Branch, Patiala.

CONTENTS
Chapter No. Preface 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Daily Wages Hire Charges of Machinery Materials Loading & Un-Loading Carriage Earth Work Rock-Cutting Dismantling Centring & Shuttering Concrete Brick Work Stone Masonry Hoisting and Roofing Flooring and Dados Plastering & Pointing White Washing, Distempering, Painting & Polishing Wood Work & Aluminium Work Steel & Iron Work Lining Outlets Bridges - Foundation & Sub-Structure Bridges - Super-Structure & Protection Work River and Canal Protection Work Road Work Maintenance of Canals & Drains Miscellaneous Quantities of Materials Water Supply Sewerage and Drainage Sanitary Installations Maintenance of Building & Furniture Horticulture Electrical Name of the Chapter .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Page No. i - viii 1-3 4-8 9 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 42 43 - 50 51 - 51 52 - 57 58 - 59 60 - 71 72 - 79 80 - 85 86 - 94 95 - 127 128 - 134 135 - 143 144 - 167 168 - 175 176 - 184 185 - 192 193 - 218 219 - 231 232 - 237 238 - 270 271 - 274 275 - 279 280 - 293 294 - 331 332 - 360 361 - 386 387 - 397 398 - 403 404 - 488

PREFACE CSR - 2010


1 The Common Schedule of Rates 1962 was converted into metric system during 1965-66 as Interim Common Schedule of Rates. Then it was revised in 1987. Then in 2010 reprint of CSR-1987 was issued with the approval of the Committee of Direction of Chief Engineers by incorporating the A&C slips No 1 to 21 and 25 (A&C slip No 22 to 24 relate to specifications). Now the revision of CSR has become utmost necessary due to phenomenal increase in the rates of material and labour and addition of new items in the market and evolution of new material machinery and modern construction techniques over the past two decades. As desired by hon'ble Chief Minister Punjab the revision work of CSR is undertaken on the persuasions of Lt. Gen. (Retd.) B.S.Dhaliwal, Technical Adviser to Hon'ble Chief Minister Punjab. To complete this task, Chief Engineer, PWD B&R, Chief Engineer Electrical (B&R), Chief Engineer Water Supply and Sanitation and Chief Engineer Irrigation (Canal) were designated as Nodal Officers vide Memo No. A.T.P.B/05/CSR dated 19th March 2010. The Chapters relating to Irrigation, Water Supply and Sanitation and Electrical have been revised by the concerned departments and for revising the remaining Chapters of B&R, 8 Nos. sub committees of convenors was constituted for revising the different chapters. These revised chapters have been compiled and now the CSR - 2010 comprises the following chapters:(i) Chapter No. 1 to 27 and 31 to 32 Buildings and Culverts, Bridge, Road Works, Irrigation Works such as Outlets, Lining and River and Canal Protection works etc. Public Health Works such as Water Supply, Sewerage and Drainage and Sanitary Installations.

(ii) Chapter No 28 to 30

(iii) Chapter No.33 4

Electrical

This Common Schedule of Rates is applicable to the works to be executed by the various Branches of the State PWD Punjab. The Common Schedule of Rates-2010 based on market rate as on April 2010. The rates given in this Schedule are for normal construction and maintenance works. For large scale projects, specialized and emergent works like closure works, flood works etc. separate rates may be determined by, the Chief Engineer of the Department concerned. This Schedule will not be applicable to the agreements and work orders already in vogue and these will continue to be operated on the basis of the previous Schedule till their completion. The areas in the state have been sub-divided into the following two zones :-

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PLAINS Area of all districts of Punjab excluding sub-mountainous region but including Chandigarh and Municipal areas/notified areas of towns of the Sub-mountainous region and road land width of Ambala-Chandigarh-Hoshiarpur-Pathankot-Madhopur-Jammu road. SUB-MOUNTAINOUS REGION Sub-mountainous area includes the North Eastern side of Ambala-Chandigarh-Ropar-GarhshankerHoshiarpur-Dasuya-Mukerian-Pathankot-Madhopur-Jammu road. (i)

The works at New Delhi and Delhi shall be carried out on the basis of C.P.W.D. Schedule of Rates and specifications. 9 The schedule of Rates, 2010 is based on detailed analysis of rates for each item of work.

10 The rates given in this Schedule are based on the latest edition of the Punjab P.W.D. specifications including subsequent Addenda and Corrigenda issued from time to time for all chapters except Chapter No.21, 22 "Bridges," Chapter No.24 "Road work" for which the specifications of Road and Bridge work evolved by the roads wings of the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways Published by the Indian Roads Congress New Delhi, are to be adopted. The rates in respects of "Electrical Installations" Chapter 33 are based on revised specifications, 1985. 11 Unless otherwise specified, the labour rates for various items of construction include handling of materials within 100 metres. The through rates include all rehandling of materials at site of work and no payment is due to the contractor on this account. 12 The through rates, given in the Schedule, include the carriage of materials as follows :(a) For such materials as timber, and electrical goods, etc., which have to be arranged by the contractor, the entire carriage is included in the rate, irrespective of the lead. For such materials as bricks, brick ballast, bajri, sand, stone, bitumen and cinder, extra lead involved beyond 5 km, is payable as per carriage rates. (c) For bricks the through rates include the carriage within a radius of 5km. of site of work, if the source of bricks is within that limit. In case the source is beyond the radius of 5 km. of the site of work, the through rates include carriage upto first 5 km. measured from source of bricks irrespective of the fact whether this initial distance consists of katcha and pucca or partly katcha and pucca. The lead beyond this initial distance of 5 km. will be payable at the rates provided in the Schedule of Rates for the corresponding subsequent kilometres. For this purpose the source of bricks shall be the nearest possible working kiln or dump from where the bricks can be obtained and the resources shall be certified as such by the Sub Divisional Engineer in writing before releasing the payment. 13 The through rates include all octroi charges, toll tax, VAT, Labour Welfare Cess, turnover tax and other local taxes etc., paid by the contractor in bringing the material to the site of work. 14 The through rates include the wastage and breakage of various materials during construction. 15 Unless otherwise specified, the labour rates include the cost of water, tools and plants, labour and materials for scaffolding and cost of good earth for mud mortar and mud plaster wherever required. 16 In case of works below ground level like basement of buildings and public health works such as sewers, disposal works etc, the rates upto a depth of 4 metres below ground level, shall be the same as for work in superstructure above first storey. For depths greater than 4 metres, additional rates for subsequent storeys shall be added. For works which are not deeper than 1.5 metres from ground level, ordinary rates for works in foundation and plinth shall apply. 17 Where the description of any item is too long, only essential portion may be written in estimates, tenders contract and measurement books, although it will be deemed to cover the entire item as described fully in the Common Schedule of Rates. 18 Wherever the column for "Rates" is neither headed by "Plains" nor by "Sub-mountainous Region" the same may be considered to apply to both the regions. 19 Abbreviations of units, wherever occurring, in the Punjab, P.W.D. Common Schedule of Rates 2010, are as mentioned here in after:(ii)

A. LENGTH Millimetre Centimetre Decimetre Metre Decametre Hectometre Kilometre B. AREA Square millimetre Square centimetre Squaremetre area hectare Square Kilometre C. VOLUME Cubic millimetre Cubic centimetre Cubic metre D. CAPACITY Milli litre Litre Kilo litre E. WEIGHT Milligram gram kilogram quintal Tonne (Metric Tonne) F. DENSITY Kilogram per cubic metre (iii) .. Kg/cum .. .. .. .. .. mg g kg/Kg qtl/Qtl t .. .. .. ml ltr kl .. .. .. cu mm/cumm cu cm/cucm cu m/cum .. .. .. .. .. .. sq mm/sqmm sq cm/sqcm/Cm2 sq m/sqm a ha sq km/sqkm .. .. .. .. .. .. .. mm cm dm m dam hm km/Km

G. DISCHARGE Cubic metre per second H. COUNTING Number/Numbers .. no/nos The abbreviations mentioned herein before are for signify both singular as well as plural number. Note :MISCELLANEOUS Common Schedule of Rates Director General of supplies and Disposal Public work Department Indian Standard Bureau of Indian Standard Indian Standard Institution Indian Roads Congress Billet Rolled Committee Toos and Plants Notice Inviting Tender Galvanized Iron Asbestos cement Corrugated Asbestos Cement Joint Plan Committee Cast Iron Heavy Cast Iron Reinforced Cement Concrete Plain Cement Concrete Poly Vinyl Chloride Short Way Mesh High Density Polyethylene Low Density Polyethylene Mild Steel Rolled Steel. Open Flume (iv) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. C.S.R./CSR D.G.S. & D. P.W.D./PWD I.S./IS B.I.S./BIS I.S.I./ISI I.R.C./IRC B.R.C./BRC T. & P./T&P N.I.T./NIT G.I./GI A.C.C./ACC A.C./AC J.P.C./JPC C.I./CI H.C.I./HCI R.C.C./RCC P.C.C/PCC P.V.C./PVC S.W.M./SWM H.D.P.E./HDPE L.D.P.E./LDPE M.S./MS R.S./RS O.F./OF .. cu m/s

Adjustable Proportionate Module Orifice Semi Module Full Supply Depth Natural Surface Level Ground Level Spring Level Standard wire gauge Ampere Diametre Internal dia Outer dia All Aluminium Conductor General Electric Co. Larsen & Toubro Double Pole Triple Pole Triple Pole with Neutral Aluminium conductor steel reinforced Normally Open Normally Closed Current transformer High rupturing capacity Supply and erection Branch distribution fuse-board Over Head Bus-Bar Chamber Stone ware Revolutions per minute Miniature circuit breaker Alternating Current Single Pole Single pole & neutral Kilo-watt hour Plain cement concrete Ready Mix Concrete (v)

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A.P.M./APM O.S.M./OSM F.S.D./FSD N.S.L./NSL G.L./GL S.L./SL S.W.G./SWG Amp. dia. i/d o/d or OD A.A.C./AAC G.E.C./GEC L. & T./L&T D.P./DP T.P./TP T.P.N./ T.P.& N. A.C.S.R./ACSR N.O./NO N.C./NC C.T./CT H.R.C./HRC S.&E./S&E B.D.F.B./BDFB O.H.B.B.C./OHBBC S.W./SW R.P.M./RPM M.C.B./MCB A.C./AC S.P./SP S.P. & N./ S.P.N. K.W.H./kwh P.C.C./PCC R.M.C./RMC

20 DECIMAL POINTS UPTO WHICH MEASUREMENTS SHALL BE TAKEN ARE AS UNDER:(i) All items of Punjab P.W.D. Common Schedule of Rates 2010 except as mentioned below : .. (a) Dimensions shall be measured to the nearest 0.01 metre. However, rounding off the figures shall not be applicable to conversion of basic dimensions of material and as restricted in the P.W.D. Specifications (Punjab) in force from time to time. (b) Area shall be worked out to the nearest 0.01 sq m. (c) Cubic contents shall be worked out to the nearest 0.01 cu m.

(ii) Loading, un-loading, stacking and carriage.

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Length, breadth and height of stack shall be measured correct to a cm. Suitable deduction shall be made to account for voids in loose stacking according to factor, mentioned in relevant chapters of specifications or Schedule. Measurements to be taken correct upto the place of decimal, as per respective original items, mentioned in this para. Length and breadth shall be measured correct to a cm and average depth to 5mm. Correct to 3 mm where the height of skirting does not exceed 30 cm and where the height of skirting exceeds 30 cm, it shall be measured correct to a cm. Correct to 1 mm where the height of skirting does not exceed 30 cm, and where the height of skirting exceeds 30 cm it shall be measured correct to a cm. Length shall be measured correct to a cm and breadth and depth, correct to 5 mm. In cubic metres nearest to four places of decimal. Length of each piece shall be measured nearest to a cm and X-sectional dimensions shall be measured as specified in Ch. 17 of the Schedule, correct to 5 mm. Shutters shall be measured in sqm nearest to 2 places of decimal, in close position, covering the rebate of the frame. Over lap of two shutters shall not be measured. The width and height of shutter shall be measured correct to a cm. The pelmets shall be measured along the sides and face of planking correct to a cm.

(iii) Dismantling

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(iv) Supply and filling cinder on roof including light ramming. (v) Items of skirting and dados, including that on risers and treads of stairs of plaster, precast terrazzo tiles, Agra red stone and of terrazzo, etc. (vi) Items of skirting and dados, including that on risers and treads of stairs of white Makrana Marble, Chittor Black Marble and of Kotah Stone, (vii) Hoisting of wooden beams.

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(viii) Wood work wrought, planed and fixed for

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trusses, chowkats etc.

(ix) Shutters of all type.

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(x) Pelmets. (vi)

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(xi) (a) Steel reinforcement.

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In accordance with the instructions contained in the book of P.W.D. specifications, the standard factor prescribed therein, shall be taken in calculating the consumption of steel. The change in the standard factor is permissible only when the steel is weighed, measured, and the conversion factor is arrived at by a committee of the concerned the Executive Engineer & the concerned Sub Divisional Engineer of the work immediately on receipt of the steel. Finished sections shall be measured in running metres correct to a cm and their weight calculated, on the basis of which steel is supplied to the contractor, by the Deptt. or from standard tables for tested steel.

(b) Structural steel, steel window

21 FOR ROUNDING OFF THE VALUES, THE FOLLOWING RULES SHOULD BE APPLIED. (i) When the figure, next beyond the last figure or place to be retained, is less than 5, the figure in the last place retained, shall be left unchanged. (ii) When the figure, next beyond the last figure or place to be retained, is more than or equal to 5, followed by any figures, the figure in the last place retained, shall be increased by 1. 23 The implications of tendered premium above or below (plus or minus) the ceiling premium fixed by the Zonal Committee shall be as under:"The percentage tendered premium/abatement shall be added to/subtracted from Zonal Ceiling Premium only. The percentage so arrived at shall be applicable to the basic rates printed in C.S.R."

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Rates of all the items in CSR are in Indian Rupees.

Issued under the Authority of Committee of the Direction of Chief Engineers, Public Works Department, Punjab. (vii)

COMPOSITION OF THE DIRECTION COMMITTEE OF CHIEF ENGINEERS AS PER GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT (B&R-III BRANCH) NOTIFICATION NO. 22(90)BRII(3)85/2722-23 DATED 28.06.1985, NOTIFICATION NO. 12/174/98-IBR(3)3308 DATED 23.6.1998, DEPARTMENT OF IRRIGATION & POWER (PERSONNEL-III BRANCH) MEMO NO. 7/187/962/5IPP(3)/15390 DATED 01.08.1996 & DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS (B&R-III BRANCH) NOTIFICATION NO. 12/174/98-1BR3/3875 DATED 03.09.2010 BUILDINGS & ROADS BRANCH 1. Chief Engineer (Head Quarter) 2. Chief Engineer (National Highways) 3. Chief Engineer (Link Roads) 4. Chief Engineer (Plan Roads) 5. Chief Engineer (Buildings) 6. Chief Engineer-cum-CVO, DQC 7. Chief Engineer (PMGSY) 8. Chief Engineer (Electrical) PUBLIC HEALTH BRANCH 1. Chief Engineer (Govt. Works) 2. Chief Engineer (Rural Water Supply) IRRIGATION BRANCH 1. Chief Engineer (Canals) 2. Chief Engineer (Drainage) 3. Chief Engineer (Lining) 4. Chief Engineer Ranjit Sagar Dam (Design) CAPITAL PROJECT CHANDIGARH ADMN. Chief Engineer, Capital Project Chandigarh Admn.(U.T) FINANCE DEPARTMENT PUNJAB Deputy Secretary to Govt. Punjab, Finance (R) Department. ACCOUNTANT GENERAL, PUNJAB Senior Deputy Accountant, General, Punjab. BHAKRA BEAS MANAGEMENT BOARD Chief Engineer. MEMBER SECRETARY Superintending Engineer, P.W.D. B&R Schedule of Rates Cell, Patiala. SPECIAL INVITEE Any Technical Head of Semi Govt. Undertaking/Organisation/Corporation (viii)

CHAPTER NO. 1 DAILY WAGES


Notes :(i) The wages given below have been adopted for analysing the rates of various items of works. (ii) The payment to the labour on daily wages will be paid as per rate fixed by the Labour Department as per Minimum Wages Act from time to time. The Chief Engineer of a branch, shall have full powers to authorise any increase in the labour wages for departmental work for any length of time in any particular locality. These rates are exclusive of contractor's profit and overheads expenses but inclusive of weekly rest. The labour rates taken in this chapter are on the basis of minimum wages in Punjab fixed by Labour Department, Government of Punjab as per notification of labour deptt. Punjab No. 11645 dt. 30-42010. The rates of skilled & semi-skilled labour are inclusive of all necessary tools which are normally carried by them according to trade practice in the locality. Description
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(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

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Unit
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Rates
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L-1 L-2 L-3 L-4 L-5 L-6 L-7 L-8 L-9 L-10 L-11 L-12 L-13 L-14 L-15 L-16 L-17

Air-Conditioner/Refrigerator Mechanic Bajri Spreader (Tarring Work) Bar Bender Bhisti with Mushak Blacksmith (Ist Class) Blacksmith (2nd Class) Blaster Boatman Breaker (Hole driller) Mason (Ist Class) Mason (2nd Class) Bucket man (Tarring work) Carpenter (Ist Class) Carpenter (2nd Class) Driver (L.M.V) Driver (H.M.V) Diver Page 1

per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day

223.36 151.44 190.00 173.76 223.36 190.00 151.44 168.08 151.44 223.36 190.00 151.44 223.36 190.00 200.00 223.36 335.06 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.
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Description
2

Unit
3

Rates
4

L-18 L-19 L-20 L-21 L-22 L-23 L-24 L-25 L-26 L-27 L-28 L-29 L-30 L-31 L-32 L-33 L-34 L-35 L-36 L-37 L-38 L-39 L-40 L-41 L-42 L-43 L-44 L-45

Electrician Electrical/Mechanical Charge man Fitter, Turner and Pipe Fitter (Ist Class) Fitter, Turner and Pipe Fitter (2nd Class) Fitter Helper Floor Polisher Glazier (Glassman)/Grinder (for rubbing)/Guttiman Hammer Man Handle Man (Tarring work) Lineman (Ist Class) Lineman (2nd Class) Mate/Supervisor Mason for plaster of paris work (Ist Class) Mazdoor (Skilled) (Upper) Mazdoor (Skilled) (Lower)/Mali Mazdoor (Semi Skilled) (Upper) Mazdoor (Semi Skilled) (Lower)/Dresser Mazdoor (Un-Skilled)/Chowkidar/Cleaner Skilled Worker ( Upper) Skilled Worker ( Lower)/Welder Mazdoor (Woman) Operator Painter (Ist Class) Painter (2nd Class) Para Medical Personal Plumber (Ist Class) Plumber (2nd Class) Sprayer (for Tar, Bitumen, etc.) Page 2

per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day per day

164.69 164.69 223.36 190.00 136.69 173.76 164.69 151.44 151.44 181.86 174.53 151.44 223.36 164.69 153.56 149.97 143.81 136.69 181.86 174.53 136.69 223.36 223.36 190.00 225.00 223.36 190.00 151.44 CSR - 2010

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Description
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Unit
3

Rates
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L-46 L-47 L-48 L-49 L-50

Stone Chiseller with Cutter (Ist Class) Sewerman Well Sinker White Washer (Ist Class) White Washer (2nd Class)

per day per day per day per day per day

223.36 160.96 335.06 173.76 151.44

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CHAPTER NO. 2 HIRE CHARGES OF MACHINERY


Notes :(i) The rates include all operational and maintenance charges such as cost of fuels, lubricants, stores, establishment, depreciation and intrest charges. In case the machinery is provided by the department, the working cost as mentioned below shall be recovered from the contractor.

(ii)

These rates are for estimation purposes and not for hiring of private machinery from the market for which competitive tenders/quotations shall be called and approval of the appropriate competent authority shall be obtained. These rates are based on wholesale price index (WPI) relating to commodity of Heavy Machinery & Parts published by Govt. of India. These rates have been calculated with the base value of 235.70 as on March, 2010. The outputs mentioned for the construction equipments are for the compacted quantities of the relevant items and not for loose quantities. Description
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(iv) Sr. No.


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Activity
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Output /Capacity
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Unit
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Rate (in Rs.)


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2.1 2.2

Air Compressor Air compressor with pneumatic chisel attachment Batching and Mixing Plant 30 cum capacity Batching and Mixing Plant 15 - 20 cum capacity Bitumen Pressure Distributor

General Dismantling of Concrete

170/250 cfm --

hour hour

309.00 655.00

2.3

Concrete Mixing

20 cum/hour

hour

2160.00

2.4

Concrete Mixing

13 cum/hour

hour

1800.00

2.5

Bitumen Spraying

Prime Coat and Tack Coat = 1750 sqm/ hour Surface Dressing and Seal Coat Type A = 400 sqm/ hour

hour

1038.00

2.6 2.7

Bitumen Boiler oil fired Concrete Paver Finisher with 40 HP Motor Concrete Pump of 45 & 30 cum capacity Concrete Bucket Concrete Mixer 0.4/0.28 cum

Bitumen Heating Concrete Paving

1500 litre capacity 20 cum / hour

hour hour

192.00 2775.00

2.8

Concrete Pumping

33 / 22 cum / hour

hour

247.50

2.9 2.10

Concrete Pouring Concrete Mixing

- cum 2.5 cum/hour

hour hour

15.00 225.00

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Description
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Activity
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Output /Capacity
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Unit
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2.11 2.12

Concrete Mixer 1 cum Crane 80 tonnes

Concrete Mixing Lifting Purpose

7.5 cum/hour 80 tonnes capacity 35 tonnes capacity 3 tonnes capacity 0.75 cum capacity

hour hour

225.00 1237.50

2.13

Cranes 35 tonnes

Lifting Purpose

hour

825.00

2.14

Cranes 3 tonnes

Lifting Purpose

hour

345.00

2.15

Crane with grab bucket 0.75 cum capacity Dozer D - 80 - A 12

Well Sinking

hour

950.00

2.16

Spreading /Cutting / Clearing Spreading /Cutting / Clearing Bitumen Spraying

300/ 150/250 cum/hour

hour

3600.00

2.17

Dozer D - 50 - A 15

200/ 120/150 cum/hour

hour

2134.50

2.18

Emulsion Pressure Distributor Front End loader 1 cum bucket capacity Generator 250 KVA

1750 sqm/hour

hour

774.00

2.19

Soil loading / Aggregate loading Generation of electric Energy Generation of electric Energy Generation of electric Energy Generation of electric Energy Generation of electric Energy Producing GSB

60 /25 cum/hour

hour

780.00

2.20

200 KVA

hour

1687.50

2.21

Generator 125 KVA

100 KVA

hour

843.75

2.22

Generator 100 KVA

80 KVA

hour

675.00

2.23

Generator 63 KVA

50 KVA

hour

517.50

2.24

Generator 33 KVA

25 KVA

hour

360.00

2.25

GSB Plant 50 cum

40 cum/hour

hour

1005.00

2.26

Grouting Pump with Agitator

Grouting

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hour

104.00

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2.27

Hotmix Plant - 120 TPH capacity Hotmix Plant - 100 TPH capacity Hotmix Plant - 60 to 90 TPH capacity Hotmix Plant - 40 to 60 TPH capacity Hydraulic Chip Spreader

DBM/BM/SDBC/ Premix DBM/BM/SDBC/ Premix DBM/BM/SDBC/ Premix DBM/BM/SDBC/ Premix Chip Spreading

40 cum/hour

hour

22650.00

2.28

30 cum/hour

hour

16750.50

2.29

25 cum/hour

hour

13395.00

2.30

17 cum/hour

hour

10725.00

2.31

1500 sqm/hour

hour

2550.00

2.32

Hydraulic Excavator of 1 cum bucket Integrated Stone Crusher 100TPH Integrated Stone Crusher 200 TPH Kerb Casting Machine

Excavation

60 cum/hour

hour

1260.00

2.33

Crushing of Spalls

100 TPH

hour

8385.00

2.34

Crushing of Spalls

200 TPH

hour

17640.00

2.35

Kerb Making

80 m/hour

hour

300.00

2.36

Mastic Cooker

Preparation of Mastic Asphalt Surface Cleaning

1 tonnes capacity 1250 sqm/hour

hour

60.00

2.37

Mechanical Broom Hydraulic Motor Grader 3.35 mtr blade Mobile slurry seal equipment Needle Vibrator

hour

345.00

2.38

Clearing /Spreading 200/200/50/50 cum/hour /GSB /WBM Mixing and laying slurry seal Compaction of Concrete Paving of DBM/ BM/SDBC/ Premix 2700 sqm/hour

hour

2317.50

2.39

hour

975.00

2.40

8 cum/hour

hour

45.00

2.41

Paver Finisher Hydrostatic with sensor control 100 TPH Paver Finisher Mechanical 100 TPH

25 cum/hour

hour

2587.50

2.42

Paving of WMM /Paving of DLC

34/34 cum/hour

hour

943.50

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2.43

Piling Rig with Bantonite Pump Pneumatic Road Roller

Piling Work

2 to 3 m/hour

hour

5287.50

2.44

Rolling of Asphalt Surface Pneumatic Sinking of wells Repair of potholes

25 cum/hour

hour

1203.00

2.45

Pneumatic Sinking Plant

1.5 to 2.00 cum/hour

hour

4035.00

2.46

Pot Hole Repair Machine

4 cum/hour

hour

877.50

2.47

Prestressing Jack with Pump Plate compactor

Stressing of steel wires/stands Compaction of Earth

--

hour

124.50

2.48

20 cum/hour

hour

90.00

2.49

Plate Vibrator

Compaction of Concrete Scarifying

8 cum/hour

hour

45.00

2.50

Ripper

60 cum/hour

hour

27.00

2.51

Rotavator

Mixing

25 cum/hour

hour

16.50

2.52

Road marking machine

Road marking

18.75 Sqm/hour

hour

90.00

2.53

Smooth Wheeled Roller 8 tonne

Soil Compaction /BM Compaction/WBM Compaction Compaction of Concrete Rolling of Asphalt Surface Transportation of soil, GSB, WMM, Hotmix etc. Transportation of Concrete Mix to site

70/12/8 to 10 cum/hour

hour

300.00

2.54

Screed Vibrator

8 cum/hour

hour

45.00

2.55

Tandem Road Roller

25 cum/hour

hour

1107.00

2.56

Tipper - 5 cum

5.5 cum capacity

hour

300.00

2.57

Transit Mixer 4.0/4.5 cum

4.5 cum/hour

hour

900.00

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6

2.58

Transit Mixer 3.0 cum

Transportation of Concrete Mix to site

3 cum/hour

hour

825.00

2.59

Tractor with or without trolley Tractor with Rotavator

Pulling or transportation Mixing

- -

hour

250.00

2.60

25 cum/hour

hour

250.00

2.61

Tractor with Ripper

Scarifying

60 cum/hour

hour

250.00

2.62

Truck 5.5 cum or 10 tonnes Material Transport

5.5 cum capacity

km

21.75

2.63

Truck 5.5 cum or 10 tonnes Material Transport

5.5 cum capacity

hour

279.00

2.64

Truck Trailor 30 tonne capacity Vibratory Roller 8 tonne

Transportation

30 tonnes capacity 100/60/60/25 cum/hour

hour

750.00

2.65

Earth or soil / GSB/ WBM/BM Finishing of Concrete Pavements Water Transport

hour

1100.00

2.66

Vaccum Pump with mat & Power Floater

6.25 sqm/hour

hour

403.50

2.67

Water Tanker for General Work Water Tanker for Road Work Wet Mix Plant 100 TPH

6 kl capacity

hour

140.40

2.68

Water Transport

6 kl capacity

hour

250.00

2.69

Mixing of Wet Mix Macadam Mixing of Wet Mix Macadam

40 cum/hour

hour

1942.50

2.70

Wet Mix Plant 60 TPH

25 cum/hour

hour

1165.50

2.71 (a)

Dragline 1 Cu yd Capacity Excavation of earth work (Undressed) Excavation of earth work (Undressed) i) 68 cum/hour (dry) ii) 57 cum/hour (wet) i) 37 cum/hour (dry) ii) 31 cum/hour (wet) hour 2812.00

(b)

0.75 Cu yd Capacity

hour

21.84

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CHAPTER NO. 3 MATERIALS


Notes :(i) The Rates given below have been adopted for analysing the rates of various items of works and not for obtaining supplies from market. (ii) (iii) These rates are inclusive of VAT & others taxes as applicable but excluding contractor's profit. All the rates in this chapter are for materials at the source and inclusive of cost of any cases/ drums/containers or any type of bag etc. except where specified otherwise. Supplies from market shall be obtained after calling tenders or quotations. Two classes of paints have been provided viz. the ordinary quality paints and special quality paints. The paints, which are available on the rate contract of the Controller of Stores, Punjab, come under the category of ordinary quality. The special quality paints will be first quality paints manufactured by reputed firms like Nerolac, Asian, Berger, J&N, ICI or equivalent, approved by the Engineer-inCharge. Normally, in this category, will be included special paints, which have been manufactured by the firm of a long standing and repute, whose products have proved to be of special quality, by actual use, on some works. Special quality paint shall be used only, when these are specially provided in the technically sanctioned estimates. While making measurements for payment purposes, suitable deduction shall be made for voids to account for loose stacking of aggregates/boulders as stipulated in the relevant specification. Description
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(iv) (v)

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M-1 Aggregates (at quarry site):(a) Stone Metal Hand Broken/Crushed, Crushed Bajri (i) (ii) 90mm to 40mm nominal size. Gravel 75mm to 25mm cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum 307.10 200.07 325.19 337.44 291.22 293.40 301.24 301.24 327.32

(iii) 63mm to 45mm nominal size. (iv) 53mm to 22.4mm nominal size. (v) 40 mm nominal size.

(vi) 25 mm nominal size. (vii) 20 mm nominal size. (viii) 12mm to 13.2mm nominal size. (ix) 10mm to 11.2mm nominal size. (b) Water borne stone aggregate (i) (ii) 12mm to 13.2mm nominal size. 10mm to 11.2mm nominal size.

cum cum

234.09 239.66

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(iii) 6 mm nominal size. (c) (d) (f) (g) Course Sand GSB Course Grade-I & II Stones breaking into spalls, size 75 mm. Stones breaking into ballast (excluding screening and washing) (i) (ii) Size 40 mm gauge. Size 25 mm gauge.

cum cum cum cum

247.29 132.89 140.34 82.50

cum cum cum cum cum kg kg kg kg kg cum

172.50 202.50 277.50 30.00 30.00 189.90 189.90 189.90 189.90 189.90 Free

(iii) Size 20 mm gauge. (h) (i) M-2 Screening ,Stone ballast, shingle or kankar (Labour only). Stone ballast or Bajri washing (Labour only). (i) (ii) Aluminium strip 40mm wide 2mm thick. Aluminium plain strip edging 57mm x 12mm x 3mm.

(iii) Aluminium plain strip edging 38mm x 12mm x 3mm. (iv) Aluminium strip 25mm. (v) Aluminium strip 10mm.

M-3 Fly Ash. M-4 Asbestos cement products except pipes at site of work. (i) Plain ceiling boards (a) (b) (c) (ii) 4 mm thick. 5 mm thick. 6 mm thick.

sqm sqm sqm

122.40 146.87 183.59

Corrugated sheets (a) (b) (c) (d) Corrugated sheets 6mm thick. Corrugated sheets 7mm thick. Semi Corrugated sheets 6mm thick. Semi Corrugated sheets 7mm thick. Page 10 sqm sqm sqm sqm 193.38 221.81 199.06 229.78 CSR - 2010

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(iii)

Plain sheets (a) (b) Plain sheets 4mm thick. Plain sheets 6mm thick. sqm sqm Pair each each each m 100.10 150.15 210.44 597.19 45.50 45.50 79.63

(iv) (v) (vi)

Ridges 1.10 metre Long. Valley gutters 45 cm x 12.5 cm x 15 cm in 2 metre Length. Plain bend 100mm dia.

(vii) Shoe 100mm dia. (viii) Rain water pipe 100mm dia. M-5 Ballies :(i) Sal/Kail Ballies (a) (b) (c) 100 mm dia. 125 mm dia. 150 mm dia.

m m m

56.88 73.94 91.00

M-6 Bamboo :(i) (ii) 25mm dia, 2.5m long. 25mm dia, 3m long. each each 51.19 62.56

M-7 Bitumen Rate w.e.f.16.07.2010 (Rate at Panipat refinery) including all (a) taxes but excluding carriage. (i) (ii) VG-10 (BULK) VG-10 (PACK) t t t t t t t t t t Page 11 33235.01 38278.07 34219.02 39262.08 35141.53 40270.69 35313.73 40339.69 36113.24 41217.80 CSR - 2010

(iii) VG-30 (BULK) (iv) VG-30 (PACK) (v) CRMB-50 (BULK)

(vi) CRMB-50 (PACK) (vii) CRMB-55 (BULK) (viii) CRMB-55 (PACK) (ix) CRMB-60 (BULK) (x) CRMB-60 (PACK)

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(xi) EMULSION-RAPID (BULK) (xii) EMULSION-RAPID (PACK) (xiii) EMULSION-MEDIUM (BULK) (xiv) EMULSION-MEDIUM (PACK) (xv) EMULSION-SLOW (BULK) (xvi) EMULSION-SLOW (PACK) (b) Blown bitumen (i) (c) R 25/85 Grade.

t t t t t t

25621.21 30356.70 25867.22 30602.77 24870.90 29606.46

36925.00

Felts (i) (ii) Bitumen felt, Fibre base, self finished type-2 grade-I. Bitumen felt, Hession base, self finished type-3 grade-I. sqm sqm sqm 102.38 106.93 111.48

(iii) Bitumen felt, Hession base, self finished upto 3, grade-II. M-8 Boards BWP grade ISI Marked:(a) Standard quality hard board sheets. (i) (ii) (b) 3mm thick. (3.5mm available) 4.5mm thick. (4mm available)

sqm sqm

320.78 432.25

Insulation Board Natural colour. (i) (ii) 9mm. 12mm. sqm sqm sqm sqm 639.28 709.80 839.48 982.80

(iii) 18mm. (iv) 25mm. (c) Particle Boards (i) (ii) 12mm. 19mm. (18mm available)

sqm sqm sqm

383.34 508.46 660.89

(iii) 25mm. M-9 Boulders (at quarry site) (i) Stone boulders upto 18 kg

cum

245.52

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(ii)

Stone boulders 18 to 40 kg

cum

311.45

M-10 Breaking ballast from brick bats (including stacking) (a) (i) (ii) 40mm. 25mm. cum cum cum cum 82.50 120.00 180.00 22.50

(iii) 20mm. (b) Extra for breaking from Jhama bricks.

M-11 Brushes ISI Marked :-(i) Hard wire brushes (14 gauge) size 200mm x 63mm x 40mm wires raised & fixed in wooden case complete in all respects. Painting brushes (Superior Quality).

each (75mm) width

22.75

(ii)

79.63

(iii) Katool Brushes (size 250mm x 63mm) of 75mm Coir raised and fixed in wooden case complete in all respects). (iv) Soft brushes (size 225mm x 63mm) with 63mm raised hair fixed in wooden case complete in all respects. M-12 Bricks First Class (at kiln site):(a) Bricks 22.86cm x 11.11cm x 6.83cm hand moulded at kiln site for all Districts. Modular brick tiles 19cm x 9cm x 4cm for roofing, flooring, tile masonary and canal lining at kiln site Tiles 22.86cm X 11.43cm X 3.81cm hand moulded at kiln site for all Districts. Brick bats from well burnt or burnt bricks. (a) Carborandum stone 100mm x 50mm x 50mm.

each

22.75

each

22.75

1000 nos

2800.00

(b)

1000 nos

4000.00

(c)

1000 nos cum

2850.00 307.50

(d) M-13

ten nos (b) Griding Blade for polishing. each

1137.50 153.56

M-14 Cast iron rain water pipe non pressure ISI Marked :(i) (ii) C.I. Rain water pipe (Non pressure) 100mm dia. C.I. head 100mm dia. m each each 576.03 263.75 284.85

(iii) C.I. shoe 100mm dia. M-15 Cement (Ex Shop in local Market) Page 13

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(a)

Portland Pozzolanna cement including bag

per bag of 50 kg per bag of 50 kg cum t

255.94

(b)

White cement including bag.

625.00 358.31 1401.40

M-16 Cinder 12.5mm nominal size screened at site (I.S. 2686-1977). M-17 Steam coal. M-18 Butt Hinges (All items ISI Marked) (a) Anodized aluminium Mat Finish (i) (ii) 125mm x 75mm x 4mm. 100mm x 75mm x 4mm.

each each each

28.44 20.48 13.65

(iii) 75mm x 40mm x 3.2mm. (b) Handles Anodized aluminium Mat Finish (i) (ii) 125mm with plate 175mmx32mm. 100mm with plate 150mmx32mm.

ten nos ten nos ten nos

250.25 238.88 227.50

(iii) 75mm with plate 125mmx32mm. (c) Hasps & staples (Safty type) Anodized aluminium Mat Finish (i) (ii) 150mm. 115mm.

ten nos ten nos ten nos

170.63 136.50 113.75

(iii) 90mm. (d) Sliding door bolts - Anodized aluminium Mat Finish (i) (ii) (e) 300mmx16mm. 250mmx16mm.

each each

187.69 170.63

Tower Bolts (Barrel type) Anodized aluminium Mat Finish (i) (ii) 250mmx10mm. 280mmx10mm. each each each each 25.35 30.09 16.35 12.08

(iii) 150mmx10mm. (iv) 100mmx10mm.

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(f)

Commercial ply wood BWP grade 4mm thick 3 ply ISI Marked at site of work.

sqm

432.25

M-19 Flush Door BWP grade ISI Marked. Block Board Construction. (A) Teak wood Ply on Both faces (i) (ii) 40mm thick. 35mm thick. sqm sqm sqm sqm 2780.05 2575.30 2403.54 2252.25

(iii) 30mm thick. (iv) 25mm thick. (B) Commercial Ply on Both faces (i) (ii) 40mm thick. 35mm thick.

sqm sqm sqm sqm

1964.46 1785.88 1651.65 1557.24

(iii) 30mm thick. (iv) 25mm thick. (C) Commercial Ply on one face & Teak Surface on other surface (i) (ii) 40mm thick. 35mm thick.

sqm sqm sqm sqm qtl t qtl

2339.84 2152.15 1975.84 1802.94 551.69 69150.00 6825.00

(iii) 30mm thick. (iv) 25mm thick. M-20 Fuel wood. M-21 Galvanised, iron sheet (0.80mm) plain or corrugated at site of work. M-22 Galvanised iron wire at site of work 4mm. M-23 Glass strips ISI Marked (i) (ii) 4mm thick 40mm deep. 6mm thick 40mm deep.

m m m m m

14.79 21.61 12.51 19.34 10.24

(iii) 25mm wide 4mm thick. (iv) 50mm wide 4mm thick. (v) 40mm wide 3mm thick.

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(vi)

32mm wide 3mm thick.

m m

8.19 5.80

(vii) 25mm wide 3mm thick. M-24 Glass panes ISI Marked at site of work (a) Plain (i) (ii) 2mm thick (5.18 kg per sqm) 3mm thick (8.44 kg/sqm)

sqm sqm sqm

190.00 255.00 310.00

(iii) 4mm thick (10.75 kg/sqm) (b) Frosted (i) (ii) 2mm thick (5.18 kg per sqm) 3mm thick (8.44 kg/sqm)

sqm sqm sqm kg qtl

210.00 280.00 340.00 169.50 2843.75

(iii) 4mm thick (10.75 kg/sqm) M-25 Glue. M-26 Hirmachi. M-27 Jali (Cement concrete) (i) (ii) 50mm thick. 40mm thick.

sqm sqm sqm

407.95 326.05 231.25

(iii) 25mm thick. M-29 Lime (i) Commercial dry lime (I.S. 1514).

qtl

568.75

M-30 Lubricants (i) (ii) Burnol 100 gms. Compressor oil per tube per ltr per Bottle per kg per tin per tin per tin per ltr 124.80 93.60 10.40 62.40 338.00 197.60 104.00 36.52

(iii) Distilled water (iv) Grease loose (v) Grease (2 kg packing)

(vi) Grease (1 kg packing) (vii) Grease ( kg packing) (viii) High speed diesel

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(ix) Hydro brake fluid (1 ltr packing) (x) Hydro brake fluid ( ltr packing)

per tin per tin per tin per ltr per ltr per ltr per tin per tin per tin per tin per ltr per kg per cake per kg

202.80 109.20 57.20 9.88 29.12 72.80 416.00 93.60 57.20 36.40 55.23 62.40 10.40 72.80

(xi) Hydro brake fluid ( ltr packing) (xii) Kerosene oil (Superior) (xiii) Light diesel oil (xiv) Mobile oil (Loose) (xv) Mobile oil (5 ltr packing) (xvi) Mobile oil (1 ltr packing) (xvii) Mobile oil ( ltr packing) (xviii) Mobile oil ( ltr packing) (xix) Petrol (xx) Sarson oil (xxi) Soap (xxii) Waste cotton M-31 Marble chips 4.75mm & down gauge (a) (b) (c) White & black. Choclate grey or yellow. Baroda green.

qtl qtl qtl qtl

355.47 355.47 355.47 159.25

M-32 Marble piece for crazy floor 19mm to 20mm. M-33 Marble slabs plain (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Baroda Green Marble 19-20mm thick Chittor Black Marble 19-20mm thick Jaselmer Yellow Marble 19-20mm thick Pink Makrana Marble 19-20mm thick White Makrana Slabs 19-20mm thick Grenite Stone 19-20mm thick

sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm kg

856.77 611.98 795.57 1223.95 1835.93 1958.78 45.50

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(i) (ii)

Cotton. Nylon.

kg kg

85.31 96.69

M-36 Paints, distempers, oil and primer etc. Distempers (a) Distempers of approved manufacture ISI Marked. (i) (ii) Dry distempers (Non washable) in all shades. Oil bound washable distempers in all shades. kg kg ltr 26.54 68.25 31.34

(iii) Distemper primer. (iv) Exterior cement based decorative paint such as snow-cem, Robbiacem at site of work. (b) Oil (i) (c) Turpentine oil.

qtl

3185.00

ltr

56.88

Paints ISI Marked (i) (ii) Aluminium paints (Spl.). Aluminium paints (Ord.). ltr ltr ltr ltr ltr ltr ltr ltr 187.69 148.44 182.00 122.85 102.94 39.81 139.46 149.01

(iii) Anti corrosive bitumastic paint (Spl.). (iv) Anti corrosive bitumastic paint (Ord.). (v) Anti corrosive odourless black bitumastic paint.

(vi) Methylated spirit, without container. (vii) Type wood preservative other than solignum. (viii) Paint remover (Thinner). (ix) Ready mixed emulsion paint for plastered or concrete surface (in all shades). (x) Ready mixed exterior paint for plastered or concrete surface (in all shades).

ltr

188.48

ltr ltr ltr ltr

192.81 188.48 117.16 192.81 CSR - 2010

(xi) Ready mixed exterior paint for metalic surface (in all shades). (xii) Creosote. (xiii) Ready mixed paint for wood work or wooden surface in (all shades.)

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(xiv) Exterior Grade Paint (xv) Road marking paint white:(a) (b) For asphalt surface. For concrete surface.

ltr

182.00

ltr ltr

117.16 188.48 -

(xvi) Road marking paint (Spirit based yellow) (a) (b) For asphalt surface. For concrete surface. ltr ltr

117.16 182.00

(xvii) Road marking paint (Spirit based black) (a) For concrete surface. ltr ltr ltr ltr 102.38 115.00 187.69 193.38

(xviii) Roofing white ready mixed paint for corrugated sheets. (xix) Roofing red grey or green ready mixed paint for corrugated sheets. (xx) Black synthetic enamel paint (xxi) Thermoplastic paint with coverage of 5kg/10sqm a) b) (d) Glass beeds for Thermoplastic paint (350gm per sqm)

kg kg

113.75 91.00

Pigment Steiner (i) (ii) Black red chocolate colours and dark shades. Red chocolate orange buff or yellow paint (Red oxide of iron) Light shades. kg 682.50

kg kg

568.75 682.50

(iii) Green or blue (Indian) medium shade. (e) Primers (i) (ii) Aluminium wood primer. Cement primer.

ltr ltr ltr ltr

121.71 98.39 112.04 102.94

(iii) Pink primer for wood. (iv) Primer for metal. (f) Polish (i) (ii) French spirit polish. Mansion polish (Ready made).

ltr ltr

204.75 255.94

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(iii) Wax polish (Ready made). (g) Varnish (i) (ii) Acid resisting varnish. Ordinary varnish.

kg

255.94

ltr ltr ltr ltr ltr

341.25 91.00 153.56 153.56 204.75

(iii) Superior copal varnish. (iv) Superior spare varnish. (v) (h) Varnish interior or exterior.

Miscellaneous (i) (ii) Caustic soda. Coal tar. kg tonne ltr kg kg kg 34.13 11375.00 227.50 8.53 113.75 113.75

(iii) Creosote oil. (iv) Plaster of paris. (v) Putty for wooden filler.

(vi) Putty for steel work. M-37 Rolling Shutter & its parts (i) (ii) Rolling shutter made of 80mm x 1.25mm machine rolled laths. Top cover for rolling shutter.

sqm m each each

1649.38 489.13 489.13 944.13

(iii) 27.5 cm. long wire spring, grade No.2 for rolling shutter. (iv) Ball bearing for rolling shutters. (v) Exceeding 11.20 up to 16.80 sqm area of door Extra for mechanical devices chain and cranked operation for operating rolling shutters.

sqm (vi) Exceeding 16.80 sqm area of door. M-38 Sand (at quarry site) (a) Clean & screened sand including removal of over-burden of soil to expose the sand quarry up to the depth of 30 cm, if necessary within 30 metres excluding washing but including royalty. Clean and screened sand within 30 metres excluding washing but including royalty where removal of over-burden of Soil above 30 cm depth is necessary. Clean, sharp and coarse sand from the following quarries (including royalty etc.):Page 20 sqm

398.13 398.13

cum

52.75

(b)

cum

58.03

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(i) (ii)

Burj Kotian Lohandkhad

cum cum cum cum cum cum each kg kg

145.31 130.40 130.40 130.40 130.40 130.40 2.16 250.25 159.25

(iii) Bhartgarh (Ropar) (iv) Damtal (v) Pathankot (Madopur)

(vi) Haryar M-39 Sand paper. M-40 Sealing compound. M-41 Spun Yarn. M-42 Steel Fe-415, Fe-500, Fe-550 (ISI Marked).(Ex Shop in local Markete) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) Angles Tor steel (TMT) Bars Channels Flats Joists Plates Square bars 25mm x 25mm Tubelor Hallow section 1mm to 2.5mm thick Rolled steel T & Z Section. Welded Mesh 25 mm x 25 mm (2.5mm thick) Chicken Mesh

qtl qtl qtl qtl qtl qtl qtl qtl qtl sqm sqm

3796.00 4087.20 3796.00 3796.00 3796.00 4368.00 4087.20 4212.00 4264.00 223.81 44.76

M-43 Miscellaneous Surkhi (a) Surkhi prepared from well burnt bricks, ground and Screened at source.

cum

633.00

M-44 Tiles (a) Glazed colour tiles

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(i) (ii)

300mm x 200mm x 6mm 325mm x 250mm x 8mm

ten nos ten nos ten nos ten nos

176.25 238.65 65.00 32.50

(iii) 150mm x 150mm x 5mm (iv) 100mm x 100mm x 6mm (b) White glazed tiles (i) (ii) 300mm x 200mm x 6mm 325mm x 250mm x 8mm

ten nos ten nos ten nos ten nos

161.35 218.50 60.00 30.00

(iii) 150mm x 150mm x 5mm (iv) 100mm x 100mm x 6mm M-45 Timber (a) Cheel (i) (b) In sleepers.

cum

46637.50

Deodar Wood (i) (ii) In sleepers. In planks. cum cum 58012.50 58581.25

(c)

Kail Wood (i) (ii) In sleepers. In planks. cum cum 46068.75 53462.50

(d)

Sal Wood (i) (ii) In scantling. In planks. cum cum 59718.75 60287.50

(e)

Teak Wood (i) In scantling. cum cum 62562.50 63017.50

(f)

(ii) In planks. Hollock Wood (i) (ii) In scantling. In planks.

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(g)

Champ (i) (ii) In scantling. In planks.

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M-46 Wire Gauge 22 gauge 12x12 mesh of (140 G g auge) at site of work . M-47 Fire Bricks size 22.86cm x 11.11 cm x 6.83 cm. M-48 Ladder (Hire charges). M-49 Sawing charges of wood. M-50 White lead. M-51 Chalk Mitti. M-52 40mm thick Interlocking tiles. M-53 60mm thick Interlocking tiles. M-54 80mm thick Interlocking tiles. M-55 100mm thick Interlocking tiles. M-56 150mm dia HCI Rain water Pipe. M-57 150mm dia HCI shoe. M-58 150mm dia HCI Head. M-59 12.5mm thick Gypsum Board ISI Marked. M-60 Parameter Channel M.F.-6 M-61 Main Runner 4' M.F.-5 M-62 Intermediate runner 4' M.F.-7 M-63 Hanging Strips (Ceiling angle) M-64 Filling with jointing compound 0.807 kg per sqm. M-65 Metal rawl plug and screw for fixing parameter @ 450mm for fixing ceiling angle. M-66 Nuts & Bolts 25mm x 8mm M-67 G.I. Connecting Clip. M-68 Powder coated Gypsum Screw. M-69 Joint paper Tape Role. M-70 Dry wall top coat. M-71 Bentonite Powder M-72 (a) (b) (c) Aluminium Glazzing Extra for 30 Micron annodized. Rubber for Aluminium joinery.

sqm 1000 nos per Day cum kg qtl sqm sqm sqm sqm m each each sqm m m m m m

255.70 10000.00 10.00 750.00 159.25 232.90 278.69 358.31 398.13 472.06 422.00 791.25 791.25 169.86 39.50 65.27 65.06 20.76 40.26

each each each each each each kg kg kg kg kg

9.49 1.27 5.31 0.33 194.82 106.27 4.10 189.90 39.81 42.09 50.00

M-73 Square M S beadings for Glass

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M-74 Vitrified floor tiles 600mm x 600mm x 10mm size with 3mm glazzing top premium quality with water absorption less than 0.08% and conforming to IS: 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades. M-75 Vitrified floor tiles 400mm x 400mm x 10mm size with 3mm glazzing top premium quality with water absorption less than 0.08% and conforming to IS: 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades. M-76 ACC Strips 40mmx4mm M-77 Iron Fitting ISI Marked a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) l) m) n) M-78 Hinges 75mm Hinges 100mm Sliding Bolt 200mm Sliding Bolt 250mm Sliding Bolt 300mm Handle 125mm Handle 150mm Kunda Chapka Tower Bolt 150mm Tower Bolt 200mm Door Spring ISI Marked (Ordinary) Floor Spring ISI Marked (Small) Floor Spring ISI Marked (Big) Hydraulic Door Spring ISI Marked (a) (b) PCC Kerb M-20 Hydraulic made size 300x375x150 PCC Kerb M-20 Hydraulic made size 300x300x150

sqm

540.00

sqm m

350.00 6.54

each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each each kg t q q kg

4.55 7.96 62.56 73.94 85.31 6.83 7.96 7.96 13.65 20.48 62.56 910.00 1251.25 443.63 73.94 62.56 2.40 112.34 41340.00 120.00 140.00 31.00

M-79 E.C. Bag Plastic M-80 Polythene films/ sheet of 100,125, 150, 200,250 micron M-81 M.S. annealed wire 4mm M-82 (a) (b) Supply of Pilchi, Farash, Sarkhanda Supply of Pilchi, Farash, Sarkhanda including loading, unloading and carriage for 5 km.

M-83 Coir-rope

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CHAPTER NO. 4 LOADING AND UNLOADING


Notes :(i) These rates are inclusive of all taxes, Labour Welfare Cess and contractor's profit. (ii) Where the lead for loading and unloading is more than the lead specified in the following rates, this should be paid at carriage rates (Chapter No. 5) for second and third chains of 30 metres length as the case may be. The following rates do not provide for any special arrangements such as provision of mechanical equipment for loading purposes. The unloading of heavy machinery or consignments requiring crane work or special arrangements, will be done departmentally or paid for on the merit of each case.

(iii)

(iv)

While making measurements for loading, unloading or stacking suitable deductions shall be made to account for voids in the loose stacking according to the factors mentioned in the relevant specifications of materials as given in chapter No. 3 of the P.W.D specifications. The rates of loading, unloading and stacking shall also include the loading, unloading and stacking of containers in which the materials are contained. For instance, if 100 tonnes of bitumen are loaded or unloaded in 160/200 litres drums, the net weight of bitumen will be 100 tonnes and weight of the drum will be over and above this weight. Nothing extra will be paid for the weight of the bitumen drums which are supposed to be carried in addition to the bitumen with in the same rate.

(v)

(vi)

Bricks and tiles shall be properly stacked in vehicles and not dumped. While unloading these shall be directly placed into stacks and not dumped on the ground and then stacked.

(vii) The rates of item No. 4.29 to 4.40 are not payable over and above the rates of item No. 4.3, 4.7, 4.9 to 4.11 and 4.20 to 4.24. (viii) Where the earth work is involved more than 100 cum than no unloading will be paid because unloading shall be done by tipping.
Sr. No. Description Unit Rate for loading into wagons, Trucks or boats within 15 metres lead.
Rate for unloading from wagons nontipping trucks or boats including clearing 1.5 metres away from the Rail or 6 metres away from the water edge and excluding stacking unless otherwise stated.

4.1

By Mechanical Means (A) Stone (building or pitching) Sand, Earth, Fly Ash, Bajri, Shingle, Spalls, Brick bats, Brick ballast and Stone metal. (A) Coal

cum

15.22

4.90

4.2

8.00

2.60

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rate for loading into wagons, Trucks or boats within 15 metres lead.

Rate for unloading from wagons nontipping trucks or boats including clearing 1.5 metres away from the Rail or 6 metres away from the water edge and excluding stacking unless otherwise stated.

4.1

By Manual Means (B) Stone (building or pitching) Sand, Earth, Fly Ash, Bajri, Shingle, Spalls, Brick bats, Brick ballast and Stone metal. (B) Coal

cum

16.80

9.80

4.2

t 4.3 4.4 Bricks 22.86 cm. size (including stacking) Tiles including stacking :(i) (ii) 4.5 (a) 30.48 cm x 15.24 cm x 5.08 cm 22.86 cm x 11.43 cm x 3.81 cm Cement bags full including stacking up to 10 bags height in jute bags. Cement bags full including stacking up to 10 bags height in paper bags . 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos

29.10 39.20

19.60 39.20

47.60 28.00

47.60 28.00

100 nos

168.00

168.00

(b)

100 nos 100 nos

184.80 9.80

184.80 8.40

4.6 4.7

Empty Cement bags including stacking. White (or non-hydraulic) lime or kankar ( or Hydraulic) lime in bags including stacking. White lime or kankar lime in bulk. M.S. Bars, structural steel G.I. pipes and specials, C.I. manhole covers, steps and other castings and other ancillary items like lead, hemp-yarn etc. including stacking.

t t

33.60 29.40

30.80 25.20

4.8 4.9

56.00

44.80

4.10

(a) (b)

200 Litres barrel full including stacking. Bitumen drums full including stacking .

each each qtl 100 nos

7.00 5.60 5.60 112.00

5.60 4.20 5.60 95.20

4.11 Small packages of store up to one qtl including stacking. 4.12 Timber sleepers (Standard sizes and by manual Labour) 4.13 Packages containing material :(a) Heavy above one tonne if crane or any other suitable device is arranged by the contractor.

168.00

168.00

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rate for loading into wagons, Trucks or boats within 15 metres lead.

Rate for unloading from wagons nontipping trucks or boats including clearing 1.5 metres away from the Rail or 6 metres away from the water edge and excluding stacking unless otherwise stated.

(b)

(i)

Heavy above one tonne if crane or any other suitable device is arranged by the Deptt. Medium 0.50 tonne to one tonne if crane or any other suitable device is arranged by the Deptt.

44.80

44.80

(ii)

84.00

84.00

(iii) Light under 0.50 tonne if crane or any other suitable device is arranged by the Deptt. 4.14 Rails with fastenings 4.15 Ballies :(i) Less than 20 cm girth at centre, 4 metres to 6 metres long. 20-35 cm girth at centre, 6 to 9m long.

t t

56.00 56.00

56.00 56.00

100 nos 100 nos 100 nos

61.60 84.00 112.00

56.00 67.20 84.00

(ii)

(iii) 35-50 cm girth at centre, 6 to 10.5 m long. 4.16 Shuttering :(i) (ii) In Trucks In wagons (broad gauge)

truck load

67.20

67.20

wagon load (iii) In bogies (broad gauge) 8 wheeled bogie load

179.20

179.20

358.40

358.40

4.17 Stone sets into or from wagons, trucks or boats including stacking within one chain of the unloading point. 4.18 Petrol 10 litre tins including checking and weighing. 4.19 Kerosene oil or petrol 20 litre tins including checking and weighing. 4.20 Cast iron/RCC Pipes :(i) (ii) Upton 300mm dia bore Exceeding 300 mm but up to 450 mm dia bore

cum 100 nos

28.00 39.20

28.00 39.20

100 nos

78.40

78.40

t t

56.00 112.00

43.40 86.80

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rate for loading into wagons, Trucks or boats within 15 metres lead.

Rate for unloading from wagons nontipping trucks or boats including clearing 1.5 metres away from the Rail or 6 metres away from the water edge and excluding stacking unless otherwise stated.

(iii) Exceeding 450 mm but up to 600 mm dia bore 4.21 Asbestos cement pipes. 4.22 Stone ware pipes. 4.23 PVC pipes 4.24 H.D.P.E, pipes.

t t t t t

168.00 56.00 56.00 56.00 56.00

130.20 43.40 43.40 43.40 43.40

Stacking within 15 metres of the unloading points into stacks of specified sizes. 4.25 Pitching stones, spalls brick bats building stone ballast, stone metal, sand bajri and shingle. 4.26 Coal 4.27 White lime or Kankar lime in bulk. 4.28 Timber 4.29 Bricks 22.86 cm. size 4.30 Tiles (i) (ii) 30.48 cm x 15.24 cm x 5.08 cm 22.86 cm x 11.43 cm x 3.81 cm 1000 nos 1000 nos 100 nos 100 nos 100 nos 36.40 22.40 67.20 1.40 5.60

cum cum t cum 1000 nos

11.20 11.20 8.40 8.40 28.00

4.31 Cement bags full. 4.32 (a) (b) Empty cement bags stacking. Empty cement bags bundling.

4.33 White (or non-hydraulic) lime or kankar (or Hydraulic) lime in bags. 4.34 M.S Bars, structural steel G.I. pipes and specials, C.I Manhole covers, steps other castings and other ancillary items like lead, hemp-yarn etc. Page 28

16.80

28.00 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rate for loading into wagons, Trucks or boats within 15 metres lead.

Rate for unloading from wagons nontipping trucks or boats including clearing 1.5 metres away from the Rail or 6 metres away from the water edge and excluding stacking unless otherwise stated.

4.35

(a) (b)

200 litres barrel full. Bitumen drums full .

each each qtl

2.24 1.40 1.40

4.36 Small packages of store up to one qtl . 4.37 Cast iron/RCC Pipes :(i) (ii) Upton 300mm i/d Exceeding 300 mm but up to 450 mm i/d

t t t t t t

18.20 36.40 47.60 18.20 18.20 18.20

(iii) Exceeding 450 mm but up to 600 mm i/d 4.38 Asbestos cement pipes. 4.39 Stone ware pipes. 4.40 P.V.C/H.D.P.E. Pipes.

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CHAPTER NO. 5 CARRIAGE


Notes :(i) The rates for carriage of materials manually upto 0.50 km and by mechanical means for every km lead, have been given. The actual lead is to be paid if the lead is in fraction, the rate is to be worked out by interpolation. These rates are inclusive of all taxes and contractor's profit.

(ii)

(iii) These rates are worked out keeping in view the Hon'ble Supreme Court directions to stop overloading. These rates are worked out taking into consideration the stipulated load to be carried by the vehicle. If during the execution of work, it is found that over-loading of material is carried by the agencies then the carriage rates are to be reduced by 50% and the recovery will be made from the bill of agency suitable condition to this effect is to be provided in the DNIT. (iv) Unless otherwise stated, the carriage rates do not include loading unloading and stacking for purposes of measurements. (v) For carriage of materials on river choe beds, 23 percent extra over the basic rates of kilometres concerned, should be paid for actual river or choe bed-length involved.

(vi) For carriage of materials on unmetalled roads, 20 percent extra on the basic rates of kilometres concerned excepting those for item No. 5.3 to 5.5 should be paid. (vii) For carriage in sub mountainous area, the SE concerned may increase the carriage rates suitably upto maximum of 30% of the rates provided for the plains, in case he is satisfied that the existing schedule rates are not workable. (viii) For carriage of lengths above 6 metres of heavy steel sections like RS Joists, rails etc. which cannot be easily bent, increase the rates for steel in item No. 5.2 by 50 percent. (ix) Carriage work if done by boats shall be paid at the same rate as given in this chapter for carriage by road. (x) Carriage rates of all materials carried in the containers include the carriage of containers in which the materials are carried. Only the net weight of material carried, is payable excluding the weight of container.

(xi) While making measurements of materials for the purposes of payment for carriage, suitable deduction shall be made to account for voids in loose stacking. The factor will be different with different materials and may be ascertained from the relevant specifications of that material, as given in chapter No. 5 of PWD specifications. (xii) The Superintending Engineer concerned may sanction the approved rates of Truck operators Unions in specific and emergent cases, in case he feels that the existing schedule rates are not workable.

(xiii) The rates under item No. 5.6 do not provide for special carriage arrangements like cranes, trailors etc. Carriage of machinery not covered by this item should be paid at special rates to be determined after inviting quotations or tenders or the work may be got done by employing departmental labour.

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CARRIAGE OF MATERIALS (METALLED ROADS) EXCLUDING LOADING, UNLOADING & STACKING


Sr. No. Description Unit Rates for plains as well as Submountainous region. 4

5.1

(i)

Surkhi, Sand, Earth, Fly Ash, Bajri, Ballast, Stone Boulders, Kankar and Building Rubbish. 1st chain of 30 metres 2nd and 3rd chain, per chain of 30 metres
For subsequent chain per chain of 30 metres upto 0.50 km

cum cum cum

22.50 4.87 2.62

(ii)

Cement 1st chain of 30 metres 2nd and 3rd chain, per chain of 30 metres For subsequent chain per chain of 30 metres upto 0.50 km t t t 45.00 3.75 1.87

(iii)

Tar, Bitumen and other road binders 1st chain of 30 metres 2nd and 3rd chain, per chain of 30 metres For subsequent chain per chain of 30 metres upto 0.50 km t t t 45.00 3.75 1.87

(iv)

M.S. Bars, steel, coal, lime G.I. pipes and special C.I. manhole covers, steps and other castings and ancillary miscellaneous items like lead, hemp yarn etc. 1st chain of 30 metres 2nd and 3rd chain, per chain of 30 metres For subsequent chain per chain of 30 metres upto 0.50 km t t t 75.00 3.75 1.87

(v)

Timber 1st chain of 30 metres 2nd and 3rd chain, per chain of 30 metres For subsequent chain per chain of 30 metres upto 0.50 km cum cum cum 18.75 3.00 1.50

(vi)

Bricks (22.86 cm x 11.11cm x 6.83cm) 1st chain of 30 metres 2nd and 3rd chain, per chain of 30 metres For subsequent chain per chain of 30 metres upto 0.50 km 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 56.25 10.50 7.50

(vii)

Tiles (30.48 cm x 15.24cm x 5.08cm) 1st chain of 30 metres 2nd and 3rd chain, per chain of 30 metres Page 31 1000 nos 1000 nos 71.25 16.87 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rates for plains as well as Submountainous region.

For subsequent chain per chain of 30 metres upto 0.50 km (viii) Tiles (22.86 cm x 11.43cm x 3.81cm) 1st chain of 30 metres 2nd and 3rd chain, per chain of 30 metres For subsequent chain per chain of 30 metres upto 0.50 km 5.2 (i) Earth,Surkhi, Sand, Earth, Fly Ash, Bajri, Ballast, Stone Boulders, Kankar and Building Rubbish, Earth. 0.5 to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.0 km to 10.0 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above (ii) Cement 0.5 to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.0 km to 10.0 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above Page 32

1000 nos

9.00

1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos

45.00 10.50 5.62

cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum

75.00 93.00 110.25 126.75 142.50 11.25 7.50 4.50 3.35 1.70 1.10 per km per km per km per km per km per km

t t t t t t t t t t t

30.75 43.12 54.75 64.12 72.00 8.25 6.75 4.10 3.70 2.10 1.35 per km per km per km per km per km per km

CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rates for plains as well as Submountainous region.

(iii)

Tar, Bitumen and other Road Binders 0.5 to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.0 km to 10.0 km 11.0 km to 20.0 km 21.0 km to 40.0 km 41.0 km to 60.0 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above t t t t t t t t t t t 38.25 55.50 71.25 84.75 97.00 8.25 5.50 4.50 4.05 2.30 1.50 per km per km per km per km per km per km

(iv)

MS Bars, Steel, Coal, Lime, GI pipes and specials, CI manhole covers, steps and other castings and ancillary miscellaneous items like lead, hemp yarn etc. 0.5 to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.0 km to 10.0 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60.0 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above t t t t t t t t t t t 56.25 69.00 81.00 91.50 101.25 6.00 5.62 3.37 2.35 1.45 0.95 per km per km per km per km per km per km

(v)

Timber 0.5 to 1.0 km 2.0 km Page 33 cum cum 38.62 47.62 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rates for plains as well as Submountainous region.

3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.0 km to 10.0 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60.0 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above (vi) Bricks (22.86 cm x 11.11cm x 6.83cm) 0.5 to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.0 km to 10.0 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above (vii) Tiles 30.48 x 15.24x5.08 cm 0.5 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.0 km to 10.0 km Page 34

cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum

55.87 63.75 71.25 4.50 4.12 2.62 1.65 1.05 0.65 per km per km per km per km per km per km

1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos

87.00 140.62 192.00 241.50 288.75 27.75 19.50 11.25 6.75 3.15 2.05 per km per km per km per km per km per km

1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos

272.25 343.50 399.00 447.75 495.00 31.50 per km

CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rates for plains as well as Submountainous region.

11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above (viii) Tiles 22.86x11.43x3.81 cm 0.50 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.0 km to 10.0 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above (ix)(a) Cast iron pipes 80mm i/d (Truck load 8.50 tonnes) 0.50 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.0 km to 10.0 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km

1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos

28.50 16.50 10.10 4.85 3.15

per km per km per km per km per km

1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos

84.75 106.50 126.75 146.25 165.00 9.75 9.00 6.00 5.05 2.75 1.75 per km per km per km per km per km per km

t t t t t t t t

90.00 98.25 106.50 114.75 123.00 8.25 5.65 4.12 per km per km per km

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rates for plains as well as Submountainous region.

41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above (b) Cast iron pipes 100mm to 150mm i/d (Truck load 7.0 tonnes) 0.50 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.0 km to 10.0 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above (c) Cast iron pipes 200mm to 350 mm i/d (Truck load 5.50 tonnes) 0.50 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.0 km to 10.0 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above Page 36

t t t

2.35 1.25 0.82

per km per km per km

t t t t t t t t t t t

112.50 122.25 132.00 141.75 151.50 9.75 6.75 4.87 3.04 1.70 1.10 per km per km per km per km per km per km

t t t t t t t t t t t

155.25 168.00 180.75 193.50 206.25 12.75 7.12 6.00 4.05 2.55 1.65 per km per km per km per km per km per km

CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rates for plains as well as Submountainous region.

(d)

Cast iron pipes 400 mm to 600 mm i/d (Truck load 4.75 tonnes) 0.50 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.0 km to 10.0 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above t t t t t t t t t t t 192.00 206.25 220.50 234.75 249.00 14.25 7.50 6.75 5.05 3.15 2.05 per km per km per km per km per km per km

(x)(a)

Cement asbestos pipes 80mm to 150 mm i/d (Truck load 6.25 tonnes) 0.50 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.00 km to 10.00 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above t t t t t t t t t t t 123.75 135.00 146.25 157.50 168.75 11.25 6.75 5.25 4.05 2.55 1.65 per km per km per km per km per km per km

(b)

Cement asbestos pipes 200mm to 250mm i/d (Truck load 4.50 tonnes) 0.50 km to 1.0 km Page 37 t 170.25 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rates for plains as well as Submountainous region.

2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.00 km to 10.00 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above (xi) PVC/HDPE pipes All sizes (Truck load 2.20 tonnes) 0.50 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.00 km to 10.00 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above (xii)(a) S.W. pipes 100 mm to 200mm i/d (Truck load 4.50 tonnes)

t t t t t t t t t t

186.00 201.75 217.50 233.25 15.75 8.25 7.50 6.05 3.60 2.30 per km per km per km per km per km per km

t t t t t t t t t t t

339.00 369.00 399.00 429.00 459.00 30.00 24.37 15.00 9.45 4.25 2.75 per km per km per km per km per km per km

0.50 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km Page 38

t t t t

170.25 186.00 201.75 217.15 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rates for plains as well as Submountainous region.

5.0 km 6.00 km to 10.00 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above (b) S.W. pipes 225mm to 450mm i/d (Truck load 4.00 tonnes) 0.50 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.00 km to 10.00 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150 km 151.0 km and above (xiii)(a) Carriage of RCC pipes 100 mm to 150 mm i/d (Truck load 6.75 tonnes) 0.50 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.00 km to 10.00 km 11.0 km to 20 km

t t t t t t t

233.25 15.75 8.25 7.50 6.05 3.60 2.30 per km per km per km per km per km per km

t t t t t t t t t t t

187.50 206.25 225.00 243.75 262.50 18.75 9.00 8.62 7.40 4.65 3.00 per km per km per km per km per km per km

t t t t t t t

114.75 124.50 134.25 144.00 153.75 9.75 7.50 per km per km

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rates for plains as well as Submountainous region.

21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150 km 151.0 km and above (b) RCC pipes 200mm to 300mm i/d (Truck load 6.50 tonnes) 0.50 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.0 km to 10.0 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150.0 km 151.0 km and above (c) RCC pipes 350mm to 450mm i/d (Truck load 6.00 tonnes) 0.50 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.00 km to 10.00 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150 km 151.0 km and above Page 40

t t t t

4.87 3.05 1.70 1.10

per km per km per km per km

t t t t t t t t t t t

118.87 129.00 139.12 149.25 159.37 10.12 7.87 5.25 3.00 1.70 1.10 per km per km per km per km per km per km

t t t t t t t t t t t

128.25 139.12 150.00 160.87 171.75 10.87 7.87 5.25 4.35 2.75 1.75 per km per km per km per km per km per km

CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rates for plains as well as Submountainous region.

(d)

RCC pipes above 450 mm i/d (Truck load 5.0 tonnes) 0.50 km to 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km 4.0 km 5.0 km 6.00 km to 10.00 km 11.0 km to 20 km 21.0 km to 40 km 41.0 km to 60 km 61.0 km to 150 km 151.0 km and above t t t t t t t t t t t 155.62 168.75 181.90 195.00 208.15 13.10 9.00 6.35 5.40 3.40 2.20 per km per km per km per km per km per km

5.3 Carriage of odd jobs. (a) Mazdoor load upto 40 kg and distance upto 3.0 km

Each

60.00

(b)

Mazdoor load upto 40 kg and distance exceeding 3.0km and up to 6.0km

Each

120.00

5.4 Carriage of small consignments out of the Railway premises to a distance of 10 chains of 30 metres each, including loading unloading and stacking. 5.5 Carriage over short distance of small consignments, upto 2.0 qtls in weight including loading, un-loading and stacking. (a) (b) (c) (d) 1.0 km 2.0 km 3.0 km Subsequent km per km

qtl

30.00

qtl qtl qtl qtl

48.75 67.50 82.50 7.50

5.6 Carriage of light/medium package, containing material. (a) By manual labour, individual piece, weighing from 1.50 qtls to 4.0 qtls and not mounted on wheels, including stacking.

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rates for plains as well as Submountainous region.

(i) (ii) (b)

Upto 150 metres Exceeding 150 metres and upto 300 metres By Machanical transport including the use of pully block, individual piece weighing upto one tonne (i) (ii) Ist 300 metres Add for every 300 metres but up to 1200 metres

Piece Piece

187.50 300.00

t t t t t

187.50 22.50 277.50 26.25 20.60

(iii) For 1600 metres exceeding 1200 metres (iv) Add for every subsequent km up to 8.00 km (v) Add for every subsequent km above 8.00 km up to 16.00 km

5.7 Carriage of empty cement bags including bundling. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) Ist 300 metres 2nd and 3rd (300 metres) For One km For Two km For Three km Above 3.0 km but up to 13.0 km Subsequent km 100 nos 100 nos 100 nos 100 nos 100 nos 100 nos 100 nos 7.50 1.85 11.25 18.00 24.00 4.50 3.75 per km per km

5.8 Carriage of soaking and mortar mixing tanks. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) For One km For Two km For Three km For Four km For Five km For Six km Subsequent km qtl qtl qtl qtl qtl qtl qtl t 18.75 30.00 33.75 40.10 45.00 49.85 4.50 82.50 per km

5.9 Bending MS Bars for carriage purposes.

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CHAPTER NO. 6 EARTH WORK


Notes :(i) Converting lift into horizontal lead :-- For converting lift into horizontal lead, the lift upto 3.60 metres will be multiplied by 10 and from 3.60 metres to 6.0 metres, it will be squared and multiplied by 3.3 and beyond 6.0 metres it will be multiplied by 20. No cross leads what-so-ever shall be measured and paid for. Rehandling of earth work and gravel work :-- The rates of rehandling of recently deposited earth work and gravel work after excavation will be 20 percent less on excavation rates. Earth work deposited before monsoon season which has had a full monsoon on it, will be considered as a normal earth work for excavation. Measurement of lift :-- The lift shall be measured from the centre of gravity of the excavated earth to that of placed earth. This shall constitute the mean lift for that section. When earth has to be carried over spoil bank and dumped beyond it, the mean lift would be the difference in levels between the centre of gravity of the excavated earth and top of the spoil bank omitting the dowel.

(ii)

(iii)

(iv) Rates for additional lead have been given in slabs for 7.50 metres each of additional lead. If the lead exceeds a slab by 1.50 metres or so, full payment for 7.50 metres lead will be made. (v) These rates are for building works and upto quantity of 100 cum only for other works. For other works quantity beyond 100 cum, the rates shall be payable as per the Item by mechenical means Item No. 6.19.

(vi) The rates for carriage of materials manually upto 0.50 km and by mechanical means for every km lead, have been given. The actual lead is to be paid if the lead is in fraction, the rate is to be worked out by interpolation. Sr. No. Description Unit SubMountainous Labour Throug Labour Throug Rate h Rate Rate h Rate
4 5 6 7

Plains

6.1 Earth work of silt clearance of channels and drains :-(a) Kassi work undressed involving an average horizontal throw upto 2.0 metres and average vertical lift upto 0.5 metre. Basket work with combined lead upto 7.50 metres undressed. Dressing for sub item (a) and (b) supra. Extra for every 7.50 metres additional lead. No extra allowance of wetness, slush or humus dal dal are payable for item No. 6.1.

cum

28.17

28.17

30.99

30.99

(b)

cum cum cum

39.76 2.54 1.32

39.76 2.54 1.32

43.74 2.79 1.45

43.74 2.79 1.45

(c) (d) Note :-

6.2 Earth work excavation in ordinary soil, exclusive of compensation of earth :--

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

SubMountainous Labour Throug Labour Throug Rate h Rate Rate h Rate


4 5 6 7

Plains

(a)

Kassi work undressed involving an average horizontal throw upto 2.0 metres and an average vertical lift upto 0.5 metre including breaking of clods. Earth work undressed with a combined lead upto 15 metres including breaking of clods.

cum

28.17

28.17

30.99

30.99

(b)

cum

39.77

39.77

43.75

43.75

(c)(i) Extra for every 7.50 metres additional lead beyond 15 metres but upto 300 metres. (ii) Extra for every 7.50 metres additional lead beyond 300 metres but upto to 500 metre. For leads beyond 500 metres earth work shall be payable at carriage rates for sand, bajri and ballast etc. given in the chapter No. 5 item No. 5.2 and loading, unloading as per chapter No. 4. Except those provided under item No. 6.2 (f) and (g). (d) (i) Wet earth work :-Extra for wet earth work from bottom of excavation upto level of sub soil water. Extra for wet earth work from level of sub soil water upto 30 cm above. Extra for wet earth work for depth above 30 cm of sub soil water level. Hardness Extra for hard soil with D.B.D. (Dry Bulk Density) from 1.6 to 1.7 gm/c.c. Extra for hard soil with D.B.D. (Dry Bulk Density) exceeding 1.7 but upto 1.8 gm/c.c. Extra for D.B.D. above 1.8 gm/c.c. Extra for pudding work. Compaction :-Extra for laying earth/fly ash as per specifications for compaction in 20 cm layers and dressing but excluding cost of rolling.

cum

1.66

1.66

1.83

1.83

cum

1.33

1.33

1.46

1.46

Note :-

cum

7.04

7.75

7.04

7.75

(ii)

cum

4.23

4.23

4.65

4.65

(iii)

cum

2.82

2.82

3.10

3.10

(e) (i)

cum

6.63

6.63

7.29

7.29

(ii)

cum cum cum

13.25 19.89 33.14

13.25 19.89 33.14

14.58 21.87 36.45

14.58 21.87 36.45

(iii) (f) (g) (i)

cum

4.33

4.33

4.76

4.76

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

SubMountainous Labour Throug Labour Throug Rate h Rate Rate h Rate


4 5 6 7

Plains

(ii)

Extra for watering the earth/fly ash laid in 20 cm layers as per specifications for compaction. cum 4.15 36.50 4.15 36.50 4.57 40.15 4.57 40.15

(iii) (h) (i) (ii) (iii) Note :-

Extra for rolling to specifications. Admixture of shingle or kankar Extra for admixture of shingle or kankar exceeding 10% but upto 20%. Extra for admixture of shingle or kankar exceeding 20% but upto 30%. Extra for admixture of shingle or kankar exceeding 30% but upto 40%. For admixture above 40% rates for gravel work excavation shall apply --

cum

cum cum cum

8.28 13.25 21.54

8.28 13.25 21.54

9.11 14.58 23.69

9.11 14.58 23.69

(j) (k)

Extra for slush. Extra for daldal.

cum cum

24.00 40.00

24.00 40.00

24.00 40.00

24.00 40.00

6.3 Dressing of earth work :-(i) (ii) (iii) New work or remodeling work. Repair work. Sand only. sqm sqm sqm 0.50 0.70 0.35 0.50 0.70 0.35 0.50 0.70 0.35 0.50 0.70 0.35

6.4 Extra for Compensation for earth taken from private land. 6.5 Earth work containing Gravel (in loose from in non cohesive binding meterial) work in excavation with occasional use of picks exclusive of compensation of earth undressed with combined lead upto 15 metres with percentage of gravel or Kankar (a) (b) (c) (d) Exceeding 40% but upto 60%. Exceeding 60% but upto 80%. Exceeding 80% but upto 100%. Extra for every 7.5 metres additional lead beyond 15 m. Extra for wet earth work containing gravel above sub soil water level Extra for earth work containing gravel under standing water.

cum

25.00

25.00

25.00

25.00

cum cum cum

60.24 70.51 77.06

60.24 70.51 77.06

66.26 77.56 84.77

66.26 77.56 84.77

cum

2.04

2.04

2.24

2.24

(e)

cum

6.02

6.02

6.63

6.63

(f)

cum

9.04

9.04

9.94

9.94

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

SubMountainous Labour Throug Labour Throug Rate h Rate Rate h Rate


4 5 6 7

Plains

(g)

Extra for earth work containing gravel under flowing water Extra for dressing earth work containing gravel

cum

15.06

15.06

16.57

16.57

(h)

cum 6.6 Earth work in excavation in foundations, trenches etc. in all kinds of soil where pick jumper work is not involved and not exceeding 2.0 metres depth including dressing of bottom and sides of trenches, stacking the excavated soil clear from the edge of excavation cum 6.7 Earth work in excavation of foundations of bridges culverts, building including handling of materials with combined lead of 15 metres dressing of bed and sides stacking the excavated soil clear from the edge of excavation and subsequent filling around:-(a) (b) For ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. For semi conglomerate or soil of nature of pick jumper. For hard clayey soil or hard conglomerate or semi rocky type of the nature of pick jumper with occasional blasting. Extra for wet work above sub soil water level. Extra for earth work under standing water. Extra for earth work under flowing water. Extra for every 7.5 metre additional lead beyond 15 m. cum

0.70

0.70

0.70

0.70

66.28

66.28

72.91

72.91

95.53

95.53

105.08

105.08

cum

133.22

133.22

146.54

146.54

(c)

cum cum cum cum

163.92 9.55 14.33 23.88

163.92 9.55 14.33 23.88

180.31 10.51 15.76 26.27

180.31 10.51 15.76 26.27

(d) (e) (f) (g)

cum

2.04

2.04

2.04

2.04

6.8 Earth filling :-(a)(i) Earth filling under floors with surplus ordinary soil or soil containing gravel or kankar upto 40% excavated from foundation and taken only from outside the building plinth in 15 cm layers including ramming, watering and consolidating lead upto 30 metres (ii) Earth filling under floors with surplus soil containing more than 40% gravel or kankar excavated from foundation and taken only from outside the building plinth in 15 cm layers including ramming, watering and consolidating lead upto 30 metres.

cum

23.72

23.72

26.09

26.09

cum

42.35

42.35

46.59

46.59

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

SubMountainous Labour Throug Labour Throug Rate h Rate Rate h Rate


4 5 6 7

Plains

(b)(i) Earth work (exclusive of compensation for earth) in excavation in ordinary soil or soil containing gravel or kankar upto 40 % and filling in 15 cm layers in foundation and plinth including ramming, watering and consolidating under floors with earth brought from a distance not exceeding 30 metres (ii) Earth work in excavation in soil containing more than 40% gravel or kankar (exclusive of compensation for earth) and filling in 15 cm layers in foundation and plinth including ramming, watering and consolidating under floors with earth brought from a distance not exceeding 30 metres

cum

52.77

52.77

58.05

58.05

cum

73.07

73.07

80.38

80.38

(c) (i) Earth filling under floors with surplus ordinary soil or soil containing gravel or kankar upto 40% taking outside the premises in 15 cm layers incluidng ramming, watering and consolidated lead upto 1000 metres. (ii) Earth filling under floors with surplus soil containing more than 40% taking outside the premises in 15 cm layers including ramming watering and consolidated lead upto 1000 metres Extra for additional lead above 30 metres.

cum

163.24

163.24

179.56

179.56

cum

181.88

181.88

200.07

200.07

(d)

cum (e) (i) Removal of slips from road side to :-Out side road boundary into depressions with combined lead of 15 metres inclusive of cost of explosive, compressed air and T&P.

As per rate under item No. 6.2 (c)

As per rate under item No. 6.2 (c)

cum

Rate of item No. 7.1 to 7.10 to be paid accordi ng to type of work after Reducin g the rate by 10%

Rate of item No. 7.1 to 7.10 to be paid accordi ng to type of work after Reducin g the rate by 10%

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

SubMountainous Labour Throug Labour Throug Rate h Rate Rate h Rate


4 5 6 7

Plains

(ii)

Extra for additional 7.5 metres lead above 15 metres.

cum

2.10

2.10

2.10

2.10

6.9 Earth work over roofs :-(a) Earth work over roofs of one storey building with good earth free of any admixture of foreign matter including breaking of clods, ramming, watering, dressing and horizontal lead upto 30 metres. Extra for additional lead above 30 metres. As per rate under item No. 6.2 (c) 5.30 5.30 5.83 As per rate under item No. 6.2 (c) 5.83

cum

86.16

86.16

94.78

94.78

(b)

cum (c) Extra for every additional storey. cum

6.10 Earth work undressed by boats including hiring of boats :-(a) Digging and loading in boats within 15 metres lead. Carriage by boats upto 300 metres. Extra for distance beyond 300 metres but upto 750 metres (per 30 metres). For lead beyond 750 metres the rates under item No. 6.2 (c) will be applicable. (d) Unloading earth from boats. cum 21.54 21.54 23.69 23.69

cum cum

39.77 0.63

39.77 0.63

43.75 0.69

43.75 0.69

(b) (c)

cum

0.70

0.70

0.77

0.77

Note :-

6.11 Earth work undressed by tramway or rail :-(a) Digging and loading into trucks within 15 metres lead. Hand shunting of N.G. tip wagons per 30 metres. Unloading earth from tip wagon and clearing within 3.0 metres from rail. Unloading earth from B.G. Trucks clearing 1.5 metres from rail. Unloading earth from B.G. Trucks & spreading 4.5 metres from rail. Unloading from B.G. Trucks & spreading upto 30 metres from rail.

cum

39.77

39.77

43.75

43.75

(b)

cum

2.65

2.65

2.92

2.92

(c)

cum

10.60

10.60

11.66

11.66

(d)

cum

22.16

22.16

24.38

24.38

(e)

cum

29.46

29.46

32.41

32.41

(f)

cum

36.45

36.45

40.10

40.10

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

SubMountainous Labour Throug Labour Throug Rate h Rate Rate h Rate


4 5 6 7

Plains

6.12 Dressing of dowels in addition to payment for dressed earth work. 6.13 Restoring boundary road drains. 6.14 Making new boundary road including levelling and dressing 3.0 metres to 5.0 metres wide :(a) (b) In unploughed land. In ploughed land.

m m

1.69 1.91

1.69 1.91

1.86 2.10

1.86 2.10

m m

4.36 9.17

4.36 9.17

4.80 10.09

4.80 10.09

Note :- The rates for item No. 6.13 are to be paid only in

reaches where no earth work for boundary roads is paid for. 6.15 (a) Covering boundary road with 7.5 cm deep sarkanda or jungle upto 300 metres lead including cutting and supply of sarkanda or jungle. Covering boundary road with 7.5 cm deep sarkanda or jungle lead beyond 300 metres to 1000 metres including cutting and supply of Sarkanda or jungle. Extra carriage of Sarkanda :-2nd km 3rd km 4th km 5th km 6th km 7th km m m m m m m 4.93 4.51 4.13 3.75 3.29 2.82 4.93 4.51 4.13 3.75 3.29 2.82 5.42 4.96 4.54 4.13 3.62 3.10 5.42 4.96 4.54 4.13 3.62 3.10

5.13

5.13

5.64

5.64

(b)

10.01

10.01

11.01

11.01

(c) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi)

(vii) Subsequent km m 6.16 Ploughing or levelling of borrow pits. 6.17 Berm trimming both sides :-(a) Channels up to 1.0 metre depth. km 1515.81 1515.81 1667.39 1667.39 Acre 2.35 2.35 2.59 2.59

1549.28 1549.28 1704.21 1704.21

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

SubMountainous Labour Throug Labour Throug Rate h Rate Rate h Rate


4 5 6 7

Plains

(b)

Channels exceeding 1.0 metre but up to 1.5 metres depth. Channels exceeding 1.5 metres but up to 2.5 metres depth.

km

2219.75 2219.75 2441.73 2441.73

(c)

km

3381.15 3381.15 3719.27 3719.27

6.18 Dag Belling :-(a) (b) Single kassi stroke minimum 7.5 cm depth. Double kassi stroke V shaped minimum 10 cm depth. Double kassi stroke V shaped minimum 15 cm depth. km 292.84 292.84 322.12 322.12

km

582.86

582.86

641.15

641.15

(c)

km

769.64

769.64

846.60

846.60

6.19 Excavation in Soil (any type) with Dozer with lead up to 100 metres Excavation for road way in soil by mechanical means including cutting and pushing the earth to site of embankment up to a distance of 100 metres (average lead 50 metres), including trimming bottom and side slopes in accordance with requirements of lines, grades and cross sections. 6.20 Excavation in Ordinary Rock with Dozer with lead up to 100 metres Excavation for roadway in ordinary rock by deploying a dozer, 80 HP including cutting and pushing the cut earth to site of embankment up to a distance of 100 metres (average lead 50 metres)

cum

147.26

149.43

161.99

164.16

cum 6.21 Excavation in Soil (any type) using Hydraulic Excavator CK 90 and Tippers with Disposal up to 450 metres. Excavation for roadwork in soil with hydraulic excavator of 0.9 cum bucket capacity including cutting and loading in tippers, trimming bottom and side slopes, in accordance with requirements of lines, grades and cross sections, and transporting to the embankment location within all lifts and lead up to 450m cum 6.22 Laser levelling of land up to 300 mm with tractor & Laser Levelling Machine complete in all respect.

147.26

150.51

162.26

165.51

42.13

43.22

46.13

47.22

acre

3761.40 3761.40 4137.40 4137.40

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CHAPTER NO. 7 ROCK CUTTING


Notes :(I) Converting lift into horizontal lead :For converting lift into horizontal lead the lift up to 3.60 metres will be multiplied by 10 and from 3.60 metres to 6.0 metres, it will be squared and multiplied by 3.3 and beyond 6.0 metres, it will be multiplied by 20. No cross lead what-so-ever (ii) Measurement of lift :The lift shall be measured from the centre of gravity of the excavated rock to that of placed rock. This shall constitute the mean lift for that section. When rock has to be carried over a spoil bank and dumped beyond it, the mean lift would be the difference in levels between the centre of gravity of the excavated rock and top of the spoil bank omitting the dowel. Description Unit Plains Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5 Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

Sr. No. 1

2 Excavation including handling of materials within 15 metres inclusive of cost of explosives, dressing, compressed air and T & P.

7.1 Pick work 7.2 Pick and jumper work. 7.3 Jumper work. 7.4 Jumper with occasional blasting. 7.5 Blasting ordinary Rock. 7.6 Blasting hard Rock. 7.7 Blasting conglomerate mass. 7.8 Blasting conglomerate trenches. 7.9 Through cut Rock excavation.

cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum

81.62 132.54 146.04 223.14 270.50 400.35 485.97 641.70

81.62 132.54 146.04 223.14 270.50 400.35 485.97 641.70

89.78 145.79 160.64 245.45 297.55 440.39 534.57 705.87

89.78 145.79 160.64 245.45 297.55 440.39 534.57 705.87

10 percent extra over above rates 7.10 Extra for every 7.5 metres additional lead. cum 1.90 1.90 1.90 1.90

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CHAPTER NO. 8 DISMANTLING


Notes:The rates given under this chapter are subject to the following conditions in addition to the conditions laid down in the public works "General Conditions of Contract etc." and PWD specifications. (i) Unless otherwise stated, the rates include sorting and stacking dismantled material and removing the same within a distance of 100 metres. The rates given below are for non-hydraulic works. For hydraulic works, which are required to be dismantled these shall be enhanced by 50 per cent. (hydraulic works are those which remain submerged under water for most of their lives). The items, which can be considered as hydraulic works, are :"Stone masonry in lime or cement, burnt bricks, tile lining and tile masonry in lime or cement mortar, lime or cement concrete and reinforced cement concrete, and pucca grouted pitching when under water." Unless otherwise specified, the rates cover the cost of all tools and plants, ladders, scaffolding and all other adjuncts required for dismantling. Dismantling should be done with care and with little or no damage to the materials released and also taking all necessary precautions for the protection of Public properties and keeping down dust and nuisance etc. Description Unit For Plain Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Rate
6

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

Sr. No.

Labour Through Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5

Through Rate
7

8.1

Dismantling stone masonry/Rubble masonry including stacking of serviceable materials and disposal of unserviceable materials. (a) In lime (b) In cement (c) Scabbled or rubble stone masonry in mud. cum (d) Dry rubble or dry scabbled stone masonry. cum 62.06 68.27 90.58 99.64 cum cum 182.84 243.22 201.12 267.54

8.2

Dismantling stone pitching or soling. (a) Stone pitching dry (b) Stone pitching laid dry but grouted with natural silt and clay (c) Stone pitching laid dry but grouted with dry ballast. Page 52 cum 62.06 68.27

cum

110.71

121.78

cum

85.55

94.11 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Rate Through Rate

Labour Through Rate Rate (d) Stone pitching grouted with dry ballast and with natural silt and clay. 8.3 Dismantling stone spalls or brick bats filling. (a) In dry (b) Grouted with natural silt and clay (c) In wire crates including opening of crates and stacking crate material. Note :- When the work to be dismantled under items No. 8.2 and 8.3 is under water, add 60 per cent to above rates. 8.4 Dismantling pucca grouted pitching. cum 8.5 Dismantling brick work tile masonary or tile lining. 182.84 cum cum 55.35 78.84

cum

120.77

132.85

60.89 86.72

cum

97.29

107.02

201.12

(a) In lime (b) In cement. (c) Arch work in cement or lime (d) In mud (e) In mud with jibi face (f) Gilafi brick work

cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum

182.84 241.54 293.54 90.58 110.71 62.06 78.84 48.64 48.64

201.12 265.69 322.89 99.64 121.78 68.27 86.72 53.50 53.50

(g) Gilafi brick work with jibi face (h) Sundried brick work in mud (i) 8.6 Dismantling dry brick work

Dismantling concrete or precast concrete. (a) Lime concrete, cement concrete 1:6:12 or leaner (b) Cement concrete plain 1:4:8 or 1:5:10 (c) Cement concrete plain 1:3:6 (d) Cement concrete plain 1:2:4

cum cum cum cum

145.93 241.54 345.54 483.09

160.52 265.69 380.09 531.40

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Rate 857.99 68.27 Through Rate

Labour Through Rate Rate (e) Reinforced Cement concrete 8.7 8.8 Dismantling metalling or dry brick ballast Dismantling roofing (a) First class mud roofing (b) Second class mud roofing (c) Mud roofing with wooden planks laid over battens. (d) Thatched roofing. (e) Sirki sarkanda roofing. (f) Jack arch roofing excluding joists of terraced roofing. sqm sqm 23.11 20.08 cum cum 779.99 62.06

25.42 22.09

sqm sqm sqm

18.45 6.71 9.23

20.30 7.38 10.15

sqm cum

23.77 438.89

26.15 482.78

8.9

Dismantling wood work from roof.

8.10 Stripping and stacking slate or tiles of a roof. sqm 8.11 Stripping and stacking iron sheets of a roof including ridging, flashing, eaves boards gutters and down pipes. 8.12 Add for planks and battens in cases of item nos. 8.10 and 8.11 . 8.13 Add for roof trusses of iron or wood, (rafters, purling etc.) in case of item Nos. 8.10 and 8.11. sqm 8.14 Dismantling mud walling. 8.15 Dismantling Dhajji walling. sqm 8.16 Dismantling cement conglomerate floors (25mm to 50mm) thick including concrete base. sqm 8.17 Dismantling cement conglomerate floors (25mm to 50mm) thick without concrete base. sqm 20.13 22.14 38.58 42.44 18.45 20.30 cum 19.11 48.64 21.02 53.50 15.75 17.33

sqm

10.72

11.79

sqm

9.04

9.94

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Rate Through Rate

Labour Through Rate Rate 8.18 Dismantling brick or flagged stone flooring including concrete base. 8.19 Dismantling brick or flagged stone flooring without concrete base. 8.20 Dismantling plank flooring. sqm 8.21 Dismantling plank ceiling and supporting timber. sqm 8.22 Dismantling cloth ceiling and supporting timber. sqm 8.23 Dismantling stone-ware drains and concrete. metre 8.24 Removing R C battens from roofs. cum 8.25 Removing R S beams from structures or truses. qtl 8.26 Removing Doors and Windows (Steel or wood) with chowkhats by making recesses in walls when the wall is not to be dismantled. 122.08 731.34 6.71 10.72 24.14 19.11

sqm

30.19

33.21

sqm

10.06

11.07

21.02

26.55

11.79

7.38

804.47

134.29

(a) Doors of area 3 sqm and below. (b) Windows of area 3 sqm and below (c) Clerestory windows of area 3 sqm and below. 8.27 Removing hume pipes. (a) (b) (c) 150 mm to 300 mm dia above 300 mm to 600 mm dia above 600 mm to 900 mm dia

each each

80.22 51.05

88.24 56.16

each

25.52

28.07

metre metre metre

35.23 55.35 78.84

38.75 60.89 86.72

8.28 Removing sal ballies from structures including stacking. 8.29 Dismantling sleepers from centring including stacking outside. 8.30 Dismantling tramway track Page 55

each

13.98

15.38

each metre

13.98 5.03

15.38 5.53 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Rate Through Rate

Labour Through Rate Rate 8.31 Scraping (a) White wash and colour wash sqm sqm sqm sqm 1000 nos 1000 nos 1000 nos 2.52 12.75 12.75 2.18

2.77 14.03 14.03 2.40

(b) Lime Plaster (c) Cement Plaster. (d) Mud Plaster (e) Bricks dismantled from brick work in lime or concrete (f) Bricks dismantled from brick work in mud.

559.13

615.04

139.78

153.76

(g) Tiles dismantled from the work in lime or cement. (h) Dismantled boulder masonry/concrete articles (i) In cement or lime

733.86

807.25

cum cum

221.42 48.64

243.56 53.50

(ii) In mud 8.32 Dismantling wire gauge with frame work including separating frame work and putting wire gauge into rolls. 8.33 Dismantling reinforced brick work including cutting, cleaning and straightening of bars.

sqm

3.94

4.33

cum

578.57

636.43

8.34 Dismantling Rain water pipes of A.C.C/C.I pipe with clamps and specials etc. metre 8.35 Dismantling removed). glazed tiles (to be carefully sqm

7.96

8.76

47.82

52.60

8.36 Dismantling asbestos cement, celotax or other hard board ceiling or partition walls including supporting timber. 8.37 Dismantling wooden chajjas and sun-shades.

sqm

16.40

18.04

sqm 8.38 Removing doors and windows together with the dismantling of walls (i) Doors Page 56 each

20.04

22.04

41.94

46.13 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Rate 30.76 30.76 Through Rate

Labour Through Rate Rate (ii) Windows (iii) Clerestory windows 8.39 Dismantling of brick work in cement sand mortar / lime mortar including T&P scaffolding wherever necessary, sorting the dismantled material, disposal of unserviceable material. & staking the serviceable material with all lifts & lead of 100 metre (By Mechanical Means) cum 8.40 Dismantling of PCC including T&P scaffolding wherever necessary, sorting the dismantled material, disposal of unserviceable material. & staking the serviceable material with all lifts & lead of 100 metre (By Mechanical Means) cum 8.41 Dismantling of prestressed / RCC including T&P scaffolding wherever necessary, sorting the dismantled material, disposal of unserviceable material. & staking the serviceable material with all lifts & lead of 100 metre (By Mechanical Means) 262.75 207.34 each each 27.96 27.96

228.07

289.03

cum

467.52

514.27

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CHAPTER NO. 9 CENTRING AND SHUTTERING


Notes :(i) Unless otherwise stated, the labour rates include handling of all materials within 100 metres.

(ii)

Where-ever smooth exposed concrete finish is desired 33-1/3 percent extra on the labour rates except for item No. 9.16 shall be payable. The through rates shall be increased correspondingly.

(iii) (iv)

These rates are for steel shuttering only. So only steel shuttering is to be used. Item No.9.16 is payable subject to the following conditions :(a) (b) Pattern should be specially indicated by Architect. Prior approval of the Chief Engineer should be obtained for getting this work as executed.

NEW CSR Sr. No.


1

Description

Unit Plains

Rates
SubMountainous Regions 5

9.1

Shuttering for faces of concrete foundations and foundation beam & plinth beam (vertical or battering) Centring and shuttering for faces of walls, partitions, retaining walls and the like (vertical or bartering including attached pillasters buttersses etc Centring and shuttering for faces of walls, partitions, retaining walls and the like (vertical or battering) including attached pillasters, buttersses etc when curved. Centring and shuttering for columns (Square or rectangular or poly gonal in plain) Centring and shuttering for columns (circular or curved in plain)

sqm

117.27

128.99

9.2

sqm

199.30

219.23

9.3

sqm

212.85

234.13

9.4

sqm

179.27

197.20

9.5

sqm 9.6 Centring and shuttering for sides and soffits of beam, beams launchings girders bressumers, lintels Centring and shuttering for arches of varandah, door and windows openings. Centring and shuttering for flat surfaces such as suspended floors, roofs, landings, chajjas, shelves etc.

194.54

213.99

sqm

139.80

153.78

9.7

sqm

156.74

172.41

9.8

sqm

151.12

166.23

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NEW CSR Sr. No.


1

Description

Unit Plains

Rates
SubMountainous Regions 5

9.9

Centring and shuttering for stair cases with sloping with soffits including risers and stringers. Centring and shuttering for carbels, parapet, fascias and other similar items including edges. Centring and shuttering for slab culverts (a) (b) upto 3m span Exceeding 3m but upto 6 m span

sqm

168.49

185.34

9.10

sqm

272.09

299.29

9.11

sqm sqm sqm

162.80 206.52 474.42

179.08 227.17 521.87

9.12 9.13

Centring and shuttering for R.C.C. domes Centring and shuttering for well kerbs complete in all respects (a) For Square rectangular, polygonal wells

sqm (b) 9.14 For Circular wells sqm

117.27 132.14

128.99 145.36

Shuttering for precast R.C.C. battens/cement concrete block in situ such as staggered RC blocks arrow and plain cement cencrete block. Shuttering for precast and plain or Reinforced concrete blocks, wall plates, bedplates, shelves etc. Extra for steel shuttering pattern as specified by the Engineeer-in-Charge

sqm

153.46

168.80

9.15

sqm sqm of surface area

150.49

165.53

9.16

102.00

120.00

9.17

Extra for shuttering in each subsequent storey above the first. Storey (except for item No.9.16) Extra for shuttering where any single storey height exceeds 4 metres in height for every additional height of 2 metres or part thereof (except for item No.9.16).

sqm

2.00

2.00

9.18

sqm

7.00

7.00

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CHAPTER NO. 10 CONCRETE


Notes :(i) Unless otherwise stated, the labour rates include the rehandling charges of material within 100 metres. (ii) The labour and through rates include the cost of water. Where water is supplied by the department, the rate shall be decreased accordingly. The labour rates as well as through rates of concrete include the cost of curing and protecting in bad whether conditions. The rates given below are for hand-mixed concrete. The rates given below are for non-vibrated concrete. The rates given in item no. 10.15 is for work done up to a height of 4 metres above plinth level or up to the first storey roof top level which ever may be lower. To the extent the plinth area of an inter floor remains within and up to 40 percent of the plinth area of the main storey of the building immediately below the said inter-floor such an inter floor should be regarded as mezzanine and if plinth area of the said inter-floor exceeds this limiting figure of 40 per cent then the said inter-floor should be regarded for purposes of note (vi) above as a regular storey. A mezzanine floor is not to be regarded as a separate additional storey in the structure for purposes of allowing extra rate for concrete work under item no. 10.15. In the case of building storey having such a mezzanine, therefore, the storey shall be considered for the full height ignoring the existence of the mezzanine inter-floor. The rates given below are for both cast-in-situ and precast work. The precast work includes the cost of hoisting and fixing in position. The rates for all items exclude the cost of steel reinforcement and form work/centring and shuttering except for item No. 10.40 rate of which includes the labour and material for centring and shuttering complete. The labour rates given in this chapter include the cost of water, Tools and Plant, Scaffolding (Labour and material) and cost of good earth for mud mortar, wherever required. Coarse sand for item No. 10.11 to 10.30, 10.40, 10.59 to 10.65 & 10.70 shall be as per Punjab PWD Specifications No.3.30. 10 percent extra is payable on labour only for work in RCC slabs having inclination more than 25 degrees with the horizontal. Nothing extra shall be paid for lesser inclinations. For estimate purposes shuttering may be taken as under:(a) For foundation work and plinth beams @ 1.50sqm/cum (b) For slabs & stair case @ 8.25sqm/cum (c) For columns, beams, door lintels @ 8.00sqm/cum (d) For R.C.C. domes @ 10.00sqm/cum (e) For walls @ 13.00sqm/cum (f) For shelves @ 18.50sqm/cum Page 60 CSR - 2010

(iii)

(iv) (v) (vi)

(vii)

(viii)

(ix)

(x)

(xi)

(xii)

(xiii)

(g) For facia or any thin section @ 20.00sqm/cum (xiv) For estimate purposes steel reinforcement may be taken as under:(a) For foundation @ 60kg/cum (b) For roof slab and door lintels @ 80kg/cum (c) For columns, beams @ 100kg/cum (d) For R.C.C. domes @ 60kg/cum (e) For walls @ 90kg/cum (f) For shelves @ 60kg/cum (g) For facia or any thin section @ 50kg/cum (h) For piles @ 30kg/cum CSR Sr. No. Description Unit For Plain Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate
6 7

Labour Through Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5

10.1 Mud concrete with brick ballast 40mm gauge cum 10.2 Mud concrete with stone ballast 40mm gauge cum 10.3 Lime concrete 1:2:8 (0.13 cum lime 0.26 cum surkhi one cum brick ballast) 40mm gauge 10.4 Lime concrete 16:24:10 (0.16 cum Lime, 0.24 cum Surkhi, one cum brick ballast 30mm gauge) 10.5 Lime concrete 16:24:100 (0.16 cum Lime, 0.24 cum Surkhi, one cum brick aggregate 20mm gauge) 10.6 (a) Cement Concrete 1:8:16 ballast 40mm gauge. with brick cum 330.21 1570.22 363.23 1603.24 273.47 745.89 300.82 773.24 273.47 877.55 300.82 904.90

cum

330.21

1635.45

363.23

1668.47

cum

330.21

1731.73

363.23

1764.75

cum

330.21

1840.05

363.23

1873.07

(b) Cement Concrete 1:8:16 with 40mm gauge stone aggregate. 10.7 (a) Cement concrete 1:6:12 with brick ballast 40mm gauge. (b) Cement Concrete 1:6:12 with 40mm gauge stone aggregate.

cum

330.21

1438.55

363.23

1471.57

cum

330.21

1723.30

363.23

1756.32

cum

330.21

1592.96

363.23

1625.98

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CSR Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

Labour Through Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5

10.8

(a) Cement concrete 1:5:10 ballast 40mm gauge.

with

brick cum 330.21 1847.29 363.23 1880.31

(b) Cement concrete 1:5:10 with 40 mm gauge stone ballast. 10.9 (a) Cement Concrete 1:4:8 with brick ballast 40mm gauge.

cum

330.21

1719.37

363.23

1752.39

cum

330.21

2036.94

363.23

2069.96

10.10 Cement Concrete 1:4:8 with stone ballast of size. (a) 20mm gauge (b) 40 mm gauge. 10.11 Cement Concrete 1:3:6 with stone ballast or shingle. 10.12 Cement Concrete 1:2:4 with stone ballast or shingle. 10.13 Extra over item 10.1 to 10.12 when work is done in situ in small quantities not exceeding 0.30 cum per block in situ such as staggered block arrows, concrete block over inverted filters, bed plates arches etc. cum 10.14 Reinforced cement concrete 1:2:4 hand mixed but excluding steel reinforcement, centring and shuttering in foundation and plinth. cum 10.15 Reinforced cement concrete M-20 with cement @375/kg per cum hand mixed but excluding steel reinforcement centring and shuttering in foundation and plinth 10.16 Reinforced cement concrete M-25 with cement @425/kg per cum hand mixed but excluding steel reinforcement centring and shuttering in foundation and plinth 10.17 Reinforced cement concrete M-30 with cement @450/kg per cum hand mixed but excluding steel reinforcement centring and shuttering in foundation and plinth 611.92 3081.46 673.11 3142.65 36.00 36.00 39.60 39.60 cum cum 330.21 330.21 1921.23 1910.54 363.23 363.23 1954.25 1943.56

cum

330.21

2200.72

363.23

2233.74

cum

330.21

2799.75

363.23

2832.77

cum

611.92

3372.85

673.11

3434.04

cum

611.92

3664.23

673.11

3725.42

cum

611.92

3809.91

673.11

3871.10

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CSR Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

Labour Through Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5

10.18 Reinforced cement concrete M-35 with cement @475/kg per cum hand mixed but excluding steel reinforcement centring and shuttering in foundation and plinth 10.19 Reinforced cement concrete M-40 with cement @500/kg per cum hand mixed but excluding steel reinforcement centring and shuttering in foundation and plinth 10.20 Reinforced cement concrete 1:2:4 hand mixed but excluding steel reinforcement, centring and shuttering in super structure. 10.21 Reinforced cement concrete M-20 with cement @375/kg per cum hand mixed but excluding steel reinforcement centring and shuttering in superstructure. 10.22 Reinforced cement concrete M-25 with cement @425/kg per cum hand mixed but excluding steel reinforcement centring and shuttering in superstructure. 10.23 Reinforced cement concrete M-30 with cement @450/kg per cum hand mixed but excluding steel reinforcement centring and shuttering in superstructure. 10.24 Reinforced cement concrete M-35 with cement @475/kg per cum hand mixed but excluding steel reinforcement centring and shuttering in superstructure. 10.25 Reinforced cement concrete M-40 with cement @500/kg per cum hand mixed but excluding steel reinforcement centring and shuttering in superstructure. 10.26 Add/subtract for using excess/less cement content in designed concrete mix for variation of cement content from that required for nominal cement concrete 1:2:4. 10.27 Damp proof course 7.5 cm thick of cement concrete 1: 2: 4 with two coats of bitumen 20/30 penetration at 1.65 kg per sqm laid hot and sanded.

cum

611.92

3955.61

673.11

4016.80

cum

611.92

4101.30

673.11

4162.49

cum

928.56

3398.10

1021.42

3490.96

cum

928.56

3689.49

1021.42

3782.35

cum

928.56

3980.87

1021.42

4073.73

cum

928.56

4126.55

1021.42

4219.41

cum

928.56

4272.25

1021.42

4365.11

cum

928.56

4417.94

1021.42

4510.80

Per Bag

262.27

262.27

262.27

262.27

sqm

52.32

302.22

57.55

307.45

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CSR Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

Labour Through Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5

10.28 Damp proof course 4 cm thick of cement concrete 1: 2: 4 with two coats of bitumen 20/30 penetration @ 1.65 kg per sqm laid hot and sanded. 10.29 Damp proof course 4 cm thick of cement concrete 1:2:4 with water proofing compound as per manufacturer guide lines. 10.30 Damp proof course 2.5 cm thick of cement concrete 1 : 2 : 4 with two coats of bitumen 20/30 penetration @1.65 kg per sqm laid hot and sanded. 10.31 Supplying & Laying dry brick bats. 10.32 Supplying & Laying dry brick ballast. 10.33 Nicking cement concrete surface (Over 28 days old including preparation and laying slurry). 10.34 Washing concrete surface, scrubbing with brushes including preparing and laying slurry.

sqm

37.92

202.79

41.71

206.58

sqm

37.92

146.28

41.71

150.07

sqm cum cum

37.92 51.83 51.83

166.35 615.50 716.32

41.71 57.01 57.01

170.14 620.68 721.50

sqm

8.43

16.73

9.27

17.57

sqm 10.35 Nicking lime concrete surface. sqm 10.36 Extra for grouting concrete between the grooves of gates including labour for shuttering. 10.37 Preparing, watering and ramming surface for laying concrete. (a) Head works (i) Horizontal (ii) Glacis and crest (b) Channels (Irrigation) (i) Horizontal (ii) Glacis and crest 10.38 Preparing surface for inverted filters. Page 64 sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

5.17

13.47

5.69

13.99

5.76

5.76

6.34

6.34

sqm

121.36

121.36

133.50

133.50

9.60 19.20

9.60 19.20

10.56 21.12

10.56 21.12

8.24 12.45 4.74

8.24 12.45 4.74

9.06 13.70 5.21

9.06 13.70 5.21 CSR - 2010

CSR Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

Labour Through Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5

10.39 Skipping concrete in wells. 10.40 Reinforced cement concrete work hand mixed 1:2:4 for well caps excluding steel reinforcement, but including the cost of centring and shuttering laid in position complete in all respects in rectangular, square, polygonal, circular and all elliptical wells.

cum

416.88

416.88

458.57

458.57

(a) For wells plugged up to top. (b) For wells not plugged upto top reinforced cement concrete 10.41 Plain cement concrete 1:8:16 with stone ballast 40mm guage using 20% plum 10.42 Plum cement concrete 1:6:12 with stone ballast 40mm gauge, using 20% plum 10.43 Plum cement concrete 1:5:10 with stone ballast 40mm gauge using 20 percent plum 10.44 (a) Cement concrete 1:8:16 with brick ballast 20mm gauge in foundation and plinth

cum

611.92

3041.40

673.11

3102.59

cum

611.92

3041.40

673.11

3102.59

cum

330.21

1267.79

363.23

1300.81

cum

330.21

1379.66

363.23

1412.68

cum

330.21

1491.55

363.23

1524.57

cum (b) Cement concrete 1:8:16 with stone ballast 20mm guage in foundation and plinth 10.45 (a) Cement concrete 1:8:16 with brick ballast 32 mm gauge in foundation and plinth. cum (b) Cement Concrete 1:8:16 with stone ballast 32 mm guage in foundation and plinth. 10.46 Extra for mechanical mixer used by the contractor at his own cost. 10.47 Extra for vibrator used by the contractor at his own cost. 10.48 Extra for R.C.C. work done in subsequent storey above the first storey up to height of 4 metres or part thereof up to the roof top level of that storey.

330.21

1678.54

363.23

1711.56

cum

330.21

1438.55

363.23

1471.57

330.21

1678.54

363.23

1711.56

cum

330.21

1438.55

363.23

1471.57

cum

48.00

48.00

48.00

48.00

cum

160.00

160.00

160.00

160.00

cum

24.00

24.00

24.00

24.00

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CSR Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

Labour Through Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5

10.49 Extra for P.C.C. work done in subsequent storey above the first storey up to height of 4 metres or part thereof up to the roof top level of that storey. 10.50 Extra for R.C.C. work done above 4 metres height (where any single storey exceeds 4 metres in height) for every additional height of 2 metres or part thereof. 10.51 Extra for P.C.C. work done above 4 metres height (where any single storey exceeds 4 metres in height ) for every additional height of 2 metres or part thereof. 10.52 Extra for using admixture in designed mix concrete. 10.53 Boring, providing and installing bored cast-insitu reinforced cement concrete pile of specified diameter and length below the pile cap to carry a safe working load not less than specified, excluding the cost of concrete and steel reinforcement (The rates of concrete and steel reinforcement are to be taken for respective item of chapter 10 & 18 respectively) but including the cost of boring with manual auger (without bentonite solution) and temporary casing of appropriate length for setting out and removal of same and the length of the pile to be embedded in the pile cap etc. all complete as per BIS Specifications/ Codes, including removal of excavated earth with all lifts and leads. (Length of pile for payment shall be measured up to bottom of pile cap).

cum

16.00

16.00

16.00

16.00

cum

24.00

24.00

24.00

24.00

cum

16.00

16.00

16.00

16.00

kg

49.50

49.50

(a) 200 mm dia piles (b) 250 mm dia piles (c) 300 mm dia piles (d) 400 mm dia piles (e) 450 mm dia piles (f) 500 mm dia piles (g) 600 mm dia piles

m m m m m m m

176.10 194.50 228.24 271.50 323.64 362.47 336.22

176.10 194.50 228.24 271.50 323.64 362.47 336.22

176.10 194.50 228.24 271.50 323.64 362.47 336.22

176.10 194.50 228.24 271.50 323.64 362.47 336.22

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CSR Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

Labour Through Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5

10.54 Extra for providing under reamed bulb as per BIS Specifications/Codes. (a) 200 mm dia piles (b) 250 mm dia piles (c) 300 mm dia piles (d) 400 mm dia piles (e) 450 mm dia piles (f) 500 mm dia piles (g) 600 mm dia piles 10.55 Extra for using Bentonite slurry with Bentonite pump in case of unstable bore. (a) 200 mm dia piles. (b) 250 mm dia piles (c) 300 mm dia piles (d) 400 mm dia piles (e) 450 mm dia piles (f) 500 mm dia piles (g) 600 mm dia piles 10.56 Providing precast cement concrete Jali 1:2:4 (1 cement: 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 6mm nominal size) reinforced with 1.6 mm dia mild steel wire including centring and shuttering, roughening cleaning, fixing and finishing in cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement: 3 fine sand) etc. complete excluding plastering of the jambs, sills and soffits. a b c 50 mm thick 40 mm thick 25 mm thick m m m m m m m 101.24 101.24 197.88 233.15 263.83 299.11 365.07 101.24 101.24 197.88 233.15 263.83 299.11 365.07 101.24 101.24 197.88 233.15 263.83 299.11 365.07 101.24 101.24 197.88 233.15 263.83 299.11 365.07 each each each each each each each 179.46 200.93 231.61 250.33 268.73 317.81 336.22 179.46 200.93 231.61 250.33 268.73 317.81 336.22 179.46 200.93 231.61 250.33 268.73 317.81 336.22 179.46 200.93 231.61 250.33 268.73 317.81 336.22

sqm sqm sqm sqm 228.89 198.79 198.77 691.20 568.27 460.82 251.78 218.67 218.65 714.09 588.15 480.70 -

10.57 Deleted

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CSR Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

Labour Through Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5

10.58 Extra for laying PCC/RCC in or under foul positions 10.59 Providing and laying in position reinforced cement concrete using batch mixing plant design mix of M-20 grade by using 375kg of cement per cum, laying but excluding the cost of centring, shuttering, reinforcement in superstructure, as per direction of Engineer-incharge. 10.60 Providing, hoisting and fixing in super structure for first storey precast reinforced cement concrete work in string courses, bands, copings, bed plates, anchor blocks, plain window sills and the like including the cost of required centring & shuttering, cost of 1:2:4 hand mixed (1 cement: 2 coarse sand: 4 graded stone aggregate 20mm nominal size) but excluding the cost of steel reinforcement.(Qty of each unit shall not exceed 0.04 cum) 10.61 Providing, hoisting and fixing in super structure for first storey precast reinforced cement concrete in small lintels not exceeding 1.5m clear span including the cost of required centring & shuttering, cost of 1:2:4 hand mixed (1 cement: 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 20mm nominal-size) but excluding the cost of steel reinforcement.(Qty of each unit shall not exceed 0.06cum)

cum

78.80

78.80

78.80

78.80

cum

754.11

3570.25

829.52

3645.66

cum

2238.78

4757.72

2462.66

4981.60

cum 10.62 Deleted 10.63 Deleted 10.64 Deleted 10.65 Deleted -

2144.32 -

4663.21 -

2358.75 -

4877.64 -

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CSR Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

Labour Through Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5

10.66 Vertical load testing of piles in accordance with a IS 2911 (Part-IV) including installation of loading platform and preparation of pile head or construction of test cap and dismantling of test cap after test etc. complete as per specification & the direction of Engineer incharge. Initial test. Single pile up to 50 tonne capacity each test

27219.50 27219.50

27219.50 27219.50

Vertical load testing of piles in accordance with IS 2911 (Part-IV) including installation of loading platform and preparation of pile head or construction of test cap and dismantling of test cap after test etc. complete as per specification & the direction of Engineer incharge. Routine test. each Single pile up to 50 tonne capacity test Vertical load testing of piles in accordance with IS 2911 (Part-IV) including installation of loading platform and preparation of pile head or construction of test cap and dismantling of test cap after test etc. complete as per specification & the direction of Engineer incharge. Single pile above 50 tonne and up to 100 tonne capacity each Initial test. test

16109.50 16109.50

16109.50 16109.50

38329.50 38329.50

38329.50

38330

Vertical load testing of piles in accordance with IS 2911 (Part-IV) including installation of loading platform and preparation of pile head or construction of test cap and dismantling of test cap after test etc. complete as per specification & the direction of Engineer incharge. Single pile above 50 tonne and up to 100 tonne capacity Routine test. each test 24997.50 24997.50 24997.50 24997.50

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CSR Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

Labour Through Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5

Vertical load testing of piles in accordance with IS 2911 (Part-IV) including installation of loading platform and preparation of pile head or construction of test cap and dismantling of test cap after test etc. complete as per specification & the direction of Engineer incharge. Group of two or more piles up to 50 tonne capacity Initial test. each test 52772.50 52772.50 52772.50 52772.50

Vertical load testing of piles in accordance with IS 2911 (Part-IV) including installation of loading platform and preparation of pile head or construction of test cap and dismantling of test cap after test etc. complete as per specification & the direction of Engineer incharge. Group of two or more piles up to 50 tonne capacity Routine test.

each test

32219.00 32219.00

32219.00 32219.00

10.67 Cyclic vertical load testing of pile in accordance with IS code of practice IS : 2911 (part-IV) a including preparation of pile head etc for. Single pile Up to 50 tonne capacity pile

each test

16109.50 16109.50

16109.50 16109.50

Cyclic vertical load testing of pile in accordance with IS code of practice IS : 2911 (part-IV) including preparation of pile head etc for. Single pile Above 50 tonne and up to 100 tonne capacity pile

each test

24997.50 24997.50

24997.50 24997.50

Cyclic vertical load testing of pile in accordance with IS code of practice IS : 2911 (part-IV) including preparation of pile head etc for. Group of two piles Up to 50 tonne capacity pile

each test

32219.00 32219.00

32219.00 32219.00

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CSR Sr. No.

Description

Unit For Plain

Rate For SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

Labour Through Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5

10.68 Lateral load testing of single pile in accordance a with IS code of practice IS : 2911 (part-IV) for determining safe allowable lateral load on pile. Up to 50 tonne capacity pile each test

16109.50 16109.50

16109.50 16109.50

Lateral load testing of single pile in accordance with IS code of practice IS : 2911 (part-IV) for determining safe allowable lateral load on pile. Above 50 tonne and up to 100 tonne capacity pile each test -

24997.50 24997.50 -

24997.50 24997.50 -

10.69 Deleted 10.70 Providing and laying in position ready mixed concrete M-20 grade by using cement 375kg. per cum manufactured in fully automatic batching plant and transported to site of work in transit mixer for a lead upto 1km having continuous agitated mixer, manufactured as per mix design of specified grade for reinforced cement concrete work from transit mixer to site of laying including cost of admixtures in recommended proportions as per IS:9103 to accelerate/retard setting of concrete, improve workability without impairing strength and durability excluding the cost of centering, shuttering, reinforcement as per direction of the Engineer-in-charge.

cum 10.71 Extra for pumping charges of Batch Mix Concrete / Ready-mix concrete work up to floor 5 levels. 10.72 Extra for pumping charges Batch Mix Concrete/Ready-mix concrete work above floor V level for each four floors or part thereof.

1004.37

4011.75

1104.82

4112.19

cum

56.10

56.10

61.71

61.71

cum

126.22

126.22

138.84

138.84

10.73 Extra for carriage of Ready-mix concrete cum/ beyond the initial lead of 10km. km

101.99

101.99

112.19

112.19

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CHAPTER NO. 11 BRICK WORK


Notes :(i) Unless otherwise stated, the labour rates include the cost of rehandling of materials within 100 metres. These rates are meant for small engineering works where the total quantity of Brick work does not exceed 15 cum and for all building works and boundry walls. The labour rates for large engineering works except building works and boundry walls involving more than 15 cum of brick work shall be reduced by ten per cent and the through rates shall be reduced correspondingly. Through rate for brick work with 2nd class Bricks will be reduced by Rs. 180/- per cum, than the rates with first class Bricks for that item of work. The labour rates as well as through rates include the cost of water. In case water is supplied free by the department, rates will be reduced accordingly. The rates for brick work done upto 1.5 metres height above the top of foundation concrete in case of compound walls and in other Engineering works, is the same as for brick work in foundation and plinth. The Labour rate given in this chapter include the cost of water, tools and plants, scaffolding (Labour & Materials) and cost of good earth for mud mortar and mud plaster, where ever required.

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

To the extent the plinth area of an inter floor called mezzanine remains within and upto 40 per cent of the plinth area for the main storey of the building immediately below the said inter floor such an inter floor should be regarded as mezzanine and if plinth area of the inter floor exceeds this limiting figure of 40 per cent than the inter floor should be regarded for purpose of item No. 11.29 of this chapter, as a regular storey. A mezzanine floor is not to be regarded as a separate additional storey in the structure for purpose of allowing extra rate for brick work under item No. 11.29. In the case of a building storey having such a mezzanine, therefore the storey shall be considered for the full height as if ignoring the existence of the mezzanine inter floor. Regarding the payment of extra rate, for subsequent storey above ground level, the structure above plinth level, on natural ground level, will be considered as first storey. The rate for this chapter has been worked out with fine sand.If coarse sand is to be used then extra rate as per item no.11.73 will provided. Ground hydrated lime shall be used in all items of brick work in lime mortar. Description Unit Plains Labour Rate Through Rate
5

(viii)

(ix)

(x) Sr. No.

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

11.1

First class burnt brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:7 in foundation and plinth. cum First class burnt brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:7 in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level. cum

355.18

2354.35

390.70

2389.87

11.2

537.78

2536.95

591.56

2590.73

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11.3

First class burnt brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:6 in foundation and plinth. cum First class burnt brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:6 in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level. cum First class burnt brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:5 in foundation and plinth. cum First class burnt brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:5 in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level. cum First class burnt brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 in foundation and plinth. cum First class burnt brick work laid in cement sand mortor 1:4 in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level. cum First class burnt brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:3 in foundation and plinth. cum

355.18

2412.63

390.70

2448.15

11.4

537.78

2595.23

591.56

2649.01

11.5

355.18

2485.48

390.70

2521.00

11.6

537.78

2668.08

591.56

2721.86

11.7

355.18

2572.89

390.70

2608.41

11.8

537.78

2755.49

591.56

2809.27

11.9

355.18

2762.29

390.70

2797.81

11.10 First class burnt brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:3 in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level. cum 11.11 First class burnt brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:2 in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level. cum 11.12 First class burnt brick work laid in lime surkhi, mortar 1:2 ( One lime and two surkhi)in foundation and plinth. cum 11.13 First class burnt brick work laid in lime surkhi, mortar 1:2 ( One lime and two surkhi) in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level. cum 11.14 First class burnt brick work laid in lime surkhi, sand mortar 1:1:1 (One lime One surkhi, one cum sand) in foundation and plinth. 11.15 First class burnt brick work laid in lime surkhi, sand mortar 1:1:1 (One lime, One surkhi one sand) in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth cum level.

537.78

2944.89

591.56

2998.67

537.78

3250.84

591.56

3304.62

355.18

2659.36

390.70

2694.88

537.78

2841.96

591.56

2895.74

355.18

2669.68

390.70

2705.20

537.78

2852.28

591.56

2906.06

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Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


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Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


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11.16 First class burnt brick work laid in cement, lime, sand mortar 1:1:6 (One cement, One lime, six sand) in foundation and plinth. cum 11.17 First class burnt brick work laid in cement, lime, sand mortar 1:1:6 (One cement, One lime, and six sand) in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level. cum 11.18 First class burnt brick work laid in cement lime, sand mortar 1:2:9 (One cement, two lime and cum nine sand) in foundation and plinth. 11.19 First class burnt brick work laid in cement lime, sand, mortar 1:2:9 (One cement, two lime and Nine sand) in first storey upto 4 metres above cum plinth level. 11.20 First class burnt brick work laid in cement, lime, sand, mortar 1:3:12 (One cement, three lime and twelve sand) in foundation and plinth. cum 11.21 First class burnt brick work laid in cement, lime, sand mortar 1:3:12 (One cement, three lime and twelve sand) in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level cum 11.22 115mm thick brick wall laid in cement, lime, sand mortar 1:1:6 ( One Cement, one lime, six sand) in superstructure upto 4 metres above plinth level. sqm 11.23 First class burnt brick work laid in mud mortar in foundation and plinth. cum 11.24 First class burnt brick work laid in mud mortar in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level. cum 11.25 Extra for laying brick work in or under foul position. cum 11.26 Extra for forming cavity 5cm to 7.5cm wide in cavity walls with necessary weep and vent holes including use of cores and cost of providing and fixing bitumastic coated M .S. ties 300mm long of 25x3mm section at not less than 3 ties per sqm as per approved design. cum

355.18

2595.88

390.70

2631.40

537.78

2778.48

591.56

2832.26

355.18

2542.52

390.70

2578.04

537.78

2725.12

591.56

2778.90

355.18

2518.74

390.70

2554.26

537.78

2725.12

591.56

2778.90

79.39

337.16

87.33

345.10

337.64

1989.72

371.40

2023.48

405.51

2057.59

446.06

2098.14

78.80

78.80

86.68

86.68

35.30

60.06

38.83

63.59

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Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

11.27 Brick work with machine moulded modular bricks of class designation 125 in exposed brick work including making horizontal and vertical grooves 10mm wide 12mm deep complete above plinth level in super structure in cement mortar 1:6 (1 cement : 6 fine sand). cum 11.28 Brick work with selected F.P.S. bricks of class designation 105 in exposed brick work including making horizontal and vertical grooves 10mm wide 12mm deep complete above plinth level in super structure. in cement mortar 1:6 (1 cement : 6 fine sand) 11.29 (a) 384.71 2943.44 423.18 2981.91

cum

498.05

2621.27

547.86

2671.08

Extra for additional storey upto 4 metres above the top of structural roof of lower storey. cum Extra for brick work done above 4 meters (where any single storey exceeds 4 metres in height) for every additional height of 2 metres or part cum thereof. Extra for 115mm thick brick walls for additional storey upto 4 meters above the top of structural roof of lower storey. sqm

54.86

54.86

60.35

60.35

(b)

54.86

54.86

60.35

60.35

(c)

4.50

4.50

4.95

4.95

(d)

Extra for 115mm thick brick work of walls done above 4 meters (where any single storey exceeds 4 meters in height) for every additional height of 2 meters or parts thereof. sqm Extra for profile walls. cum

4.50 36.08

4.50 36.08

4.95 39.69

4.95 39.69

11.30

(a) (b)

Extra for flared out walls of syphons, cum super-passages, falls etc.

53.02

53.02

58.32

58.32

11.31 Extra for burnt brick work in square or rectangular pillars in building. cum 11.32 Extra for burnt brick work in circular pillars constructed with dressed bricks including cost cum of dressing bricks 11.33 Extra for burnt brick work in arches including cost of shuttering :(a) Upto 1.5 metres span cum

163.16

163.16

179.48

179.48

400.12

886.96

440.13

926.97

65.20

186.92

71.72

193.44

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(b)

more than 1.5 metres but upto 3 metres span. cum more than 3 metres but upto 6 metres span. cum

110.43

301.69

121.47

312.73

(c)

148.73

392.15

163.60

407.02

11.34 115 mm thick brick wall with every fourth course reinforced with hoop iron laid in 1 :4 cement sand mortar in super structure. sqm 11.35 115 mm thick brick wall laid in cement mortar 1:4 without reinforcement in foundation and plinth. sqm 11.36 115 mm thick brick wall laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 without reinforcement in super structure. sqm 11.37 115mm thick brick wall in cement sand mortar 1:5 without reinforcement in foundations and plinth. sqm 11.38 115mm thick brick wall in cement sand mortar 1:5 without reinforcement in superstructure. sqm 11.39 75 mm thick brick wall laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 with every alternate course reinforced with hoop iron in superstructure. sqm 11.40 First class 115mm thick honey-comb burnt brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 sqm 11.41 First class 225mm thick honey-comb burnt brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 11.42 Providing 75mm first class burnt brick drip course at junction of roof and walls laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 including dressing of bricks. 11.43 Providing first class burnt brick on edge drip course at the junction of roof and walls in cement sand mortar 1:4 including dressing of bricks. 11.44 Reinforced brick work in lintels 1:3 Cement sand mortar excluding steel reinforcement. cum

87.03

374.81

95.73

383.51

66.44

323.08

73.08

329.72

78.33

334.32

86.16

342.15

66.44

314.35

73.08

320.99

78.33

325.60

86.16

333.43

83.92

300.55

92.31

308.94

106.22

283.64

116.84

294.26

sqm

134.72

505.09

148.19

518.56

31.65

70.09

34.82

73.26

47.69

105.35

52.46

110.12

758.04

3248.13

833.84

3323.93

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

11.45 First class brick tile masonry with 22.86cm. x 11.43cm x 3.81cm tiles in cement sand mortar 1:4 in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level. cum 11.46 First class brick tile masonry with 22.86cm. x 11.43cmx 3.81cm tiles in cement sand mortar 1:6 in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level. cum 11.47 Extra for brick tile masonry in additional storey upto 4 metres above the top of structural roof of lower storey. cum 11.48 Extra for brick tile masonry in square or rectangular pillars. cum 11.49 Tile facing with 22.86 cmx11.43cmx3.81cm tile laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level without steel reinforcement. sqm 11.50 Tile facing with 22.86 cmx11.43cmx3.81cm tiles laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 in first storey upto 4 metres above plinth level with steel reinforcement. sqm 11.51 Brick and brick tile jali with 22.86cm x 11.43cm thick alternate layers laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 using 30 numbers bricks and 30 numbers brick tiles 22.86cm x 11.43cm x 3.81cm. sqm 11.52 Extra for tile facing in additional storey upto 4 metres above the top of structural roof of the lower storey. sqm 11.53 Brick jali with 22.86cm x 11.43cm thick alternate layers laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 using 58 number bricks. sqm 11.54 V-shaped brick jali in 22.86 cm thick walls laid in cement sand mortar 1:6 finished with 12mm thick cement sand plaster 1:6 including making straight edges with plaster. sqm 11.55 Dressed or moulded three brick cornice laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 including 12mm thick cement plaster 1:4 or pointing as required. m

780.14

4342.79

858.15

4420.80

780.14

4065.98

858.15

4143.99

73.87

73.87

81.26

81.26

197.71

197.71

217.48

217.48

121.91

288.54

134.10

300.73

121.91

314.62

134.10

326.81

91.69

317.50

100.86

326.67

11.21

11.21

12.33

12.33

116.71

369.23

128.38

380.90

403.57

789.13

443.93

829.49

140.85

220.47

154.94

234.56

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Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

11.56 Dressed or moulded two brick cornice laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 including 12mm thick cement plaster 1:4 or pointing as required. m 11.57 Dressed or moulded one brick cornice laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 including 12mm thick cement plaster 1:4 or pointing as required. m 11.58 Corbelling around almirah including 12mm thick cement plaster 1:6 45.04 61.97 49.54 66.47 91.08 134.22 100.19 143.33

24.59

60.28

27.05

62.74

11.59 Maroo-corners making from first class burnt bricks and fixing in position with cement sand mortar 1:4 each 11.60 Dressing, chamfering of bricks to required shape in masonry work. each 11.61 Replacing kallar eaten bricks. 11.62 Providing & Laying brick work laid dry in walls. cum 11.63 Extra for specially moulded radiated work in arches of egg-shaped sewers circular barrels and similar drainage works excluding cost of centring and moulds. cum 11.64 Extra for specially moulded brick work in circular work such as well shafts circular sumps, pump chambers etc. in which specially moulded or cut bricks have to be used but for which no centring or supports are required upto 4.5 metre internal diametre. cum 11.65 Chiselling sides of head regulator and others brick works to increase gullet width. sqm 11.66 Fire brick work in lining of fire-places, flues etc. (except chimney -shafts) cum 11.67 Pise work (Mud walling) including the cost of earth, water and laying the earth into shape, pruning and scraping, complete in all respects. cum 11.68 Extra labour for first class burnt brick masonry in well steining of square, rectangular or ploygonal wells. cum each

61.47 2.13

82.34 2.13

67.62 2.34

88.49 2.34

3.11

7.73

3.42

8.04

156.68

1808.76

172.35

1824.43

183.91

183.91

202.30

202.30

130.13

130.13

143.14

143.14

159.63

159.63

175.59

175.59

923.92

8592.89

1016.31

8685.28

213.67

213.67

235.04

235.04

446.48

446.48

491.13

491.13

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11.69 Extra labour for first class burnt brick masonry in well steining of circular wells. cum 11.70 76mm thick brick architrave to windows and ventilators 115mm projected laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 including 12mm thick cement plaster 1:4

491.13

491.13

540.24

540.24

20.23

51.16

22.25

53.18

11.71 Providing 5.55cm brick daily facing with brick size 22.86cm x 5.55cm x 6.83cm to be obtained after cutting from full brick size of 22.86cm x 11.11cm x 6.83cm laid in cement sand mortar 1:3 on RCC lintels, beams, facia etc. sqm 11.72 Providing and laying autoclaved aerated cement blocks masonry with 100mm thick AAC blocks in super structure above plinth level in cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4 fine sand ) The rate includes providing and placing in position 2 Nos. 6 mm dia M.S. bars at every third course of masonry work. cum 11.73 Extra cost for using coarse sand instead of fine sand in brick masonry. (a) (b) For solid masonry For 115 mm thick masonry cum sqm

84.70

290.50

93.17

298.97

468.72

3803.30

515.59

3850.17

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22.25 2.58

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22.25 2.58

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CHAPTER NO. 12 STONE MASONRY


Notes :(i) The labour rates include the cost of water, tools and plant, labour and materials for scaffolding and centring and shuttering, ladders, plant & templates wherever required and cost of good earth for mud mortar where required. Unless otherwise stated, the labour rates include the rehandling of materials within 100 metres. The labour rates including the cost of dressing stones according to the relevant PWD Specifications.

(ii) (iii)

(iv)

The labour as well as through rates for item nos. 12.11, to 12.13, 12.16 to 12.24, 12.28 to 12.33 are applicable when quarried stone is used. When work is built with small boulders or with stone obtained by breaking large boulders, the above rates will be increased by Rs.180.00 per cum on account of extra labour involved in dressing. The through rate of the stone masonry, include the cost of stone at the site of work irrespective of the distance from the source, but stone masonry will normally be constructed in such area, where stone is available locally, or in the vicinity of the site of the work. Variations in actual lead in such cases will be taken care of, by premium/abatement over the schedule rates. Where, however stone is not available near at hand but has to be brought from long distances, item of stone masonry should not be specified, and if, some work has to be constructed in stone due to very special reasons, extra provision for carriage of stone should be made in the estimates.

(v)

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

ASHLAR MASONRY 12.1 Fine ashlar in cement mortar (1:3) up to 6 metres above plinth level. cum 12.2 Fine ashlar in cement mortar (1:6) up to 6 metres above plinth level. cum 12.3 Rough tooled bastard ashlar in cement mortar (1:3) up to 6 metres above plinth level. cum 12.4 Rough tooled or bastard ashlar in cement mortar (1:6) up to 6 metres above plinth level. cum 12.5 Rustic ashlar in cement mortar (1:3) up to 6 metres above plinth level. cum 12.6 Rustic ashlar in cement mortar (1:6) up to 6 metres above plinth level. cum 4679.47 5653.32 5147.42 6121.27 4679.47 5903.91 5147.42 6371.86

6694.29

7723.18

7363.72

8392.61

6694.29

8383.51

7363.72

9052.94

4619.44

5843.88

5081.38

6305.82

4619.44

5593.29

5081.38

6055.23

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Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

12.7 Extra for above items for every additional storey of height up to 4 metres above the top of structural roof of lower storey. cum 12.8 Extra for arch work excluding centring and shuttering. cum 12.9 Cut stone work in cornices, string courses, etc. in cement mortar 1:3. cum 12.10 Cut stone work in cornices, string courses, etc. in cement mortar 1:4. cum Block in Course Rubble Masonry 12.11 Block in course up to 4 metres above plinth level in cement mortar 1:4 cum 12.12 Block in course up to 4 metres above plinth level in cement mortar 1:5 cum 12.13 Block in course up to 4 metres above plinth level in cement mortar 1:6 cum 12.14 Extra for above items for every additional storey of height up to 4 metres above the top of structural roof of lower storey. cum 12.15 Add extra for arch work including centring and shuttering. cum Squared or Rectangular Pillars of Rubble Masonry 12.16 Squared rubble masonry coursed (coursed rubble) in foundations and plinth in cement mortar 1:4 cum 12.17 Squared rubble masonry coursed (coursed rubble) in foundations and plinth in cement mortar 1:5 cum 12.18 Squared rubble masonry coursed (coursed rubble) in foundations and plinth in cement cum mortar 1:6 12.19 Squared rubble masonry coursed (coursed rubble) in foundations and plinth in mud mortar cum

124.53

124.53

136.98

136.98

268.56

268.56

295.42

295.42

9979.35

11008.24

10977.29 12006.18

9979.35

10940.05

10977.29 11937.99

3623.10

4813.72

3985.41

5176.03

3623.10

4714.65

3985.41

5076.96

3623.10

4647.62

3985.41

5009.93

102.67

102.67

112.94

112.94

268.56

339.55

295.42

366.41

1113.00

2394.95

1224.30

2506.25

1113.00

2269.66

1224.30

2380.96

1113.00

2188.07

1224.30

2299.37

972.66

1561.29

1069.93

1658.56

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6

Through Rate
7

12.20 Squared rubble masonry coursed (coursed rubble) in foundations, plinth and superstructure laid dry. (a) Where building stone is arranged by the contractor. specially cum 701.18 1289.81 771.30 1359.93

(b) Where stone is available within 100 metres from rock cutting already done. cum (c) Where stone is available within 100 metres from dismantled or failed structure. cum 705.06 775.57 -

546.82

601.50

12.21 Squared rubble masonry uncoursed or built to courses in foundations and plinth in cement mortar 1:4 to a pattern if specified. 12.22 Squared rubble masonry uncoursed or built to courses in foundations and plinth in cement mortar 1:5 to a pattern if specified.

cum

1212.85

2494.80

1334.14

2616.09

cum 12.23 Squared rubble masonry uncoursed or built to courses in foundations and plinth in cement mortar 1:6 to a pattern if specified. cum 12.24 Squared rubble masonry uncoursed or built to courses in foundations and plinth in mud mortar to a pattern if specified.

1212.85

2369.51

1334.14

2490.80

1212.85

2287.92

1334.14

2409.21

cum

1045.05

1633.68

1149.56

1738.19

12.25 Add for work in super structure up to 4 metres above plinth level. cum 12.26 Extra for above items for every additional storey of height up to 4 metres above the top of structural roof of lower storey. cum 12.27 Extra for arch work including centring and shuttering. Random Rubble Masonry 12.28 Random rubble masonry or polygonal rubble masonry (Kentish Rag) or random or polygonal rubble built to courses in foundations and plinth in cement mortar 1:8 cum

185.36

185.36

203.90

203.90

118.97

118.97

130.87

130.87

cum

268.56

339.55

295.42

366.41

943.75

1971.69

1038.13

2066.07

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12.29 Random rubble masonry or polygonal rubble masonry (Kentish Rag) or random or a polygonal rubble built to courses in foundations and plinth in cement mortar 1:7 cum 12.30 Random rubble masonry or polygonal rubble masonry (Kentish Rag) or random or polygonal rubble built to courses in foundations and plinth in cement mortar 1:6. cum 12.31 Random rubble masonry or polygonal rubble masonry (Kentish Rag) or random or polygonal rubble built to courses in foundations and plinth in mud mortar cum 12.32 Random rubble masonry or polygonal rubble masonry (Kentish Rag) or random or polygonal rubble built to courses in foundations and plinth and superstructure laid dry. (a) Where building stone is arranged by the contractor. specially cum 659.87 1248.50 725.86 1314.49 943.75 2096.99 1038.13 2191.37 943.75 2029.96 1038.13 2124.34

542.44

1131.07

596.68

1185.31

(b) Where stone is available within 100 metres from rock cutting already done. cum (c) Where stone is available within100 metres from dismantled or failed structure. cum 460.17 506.19 -

602.26

662.49

12.33 Boulder masonry in cement mortar (1:6) in foundations and plinth. cum 12.34 Boulder masonry in foundations and plinth. mud mortar in cum

943.75

2175.14

1038.13

2269.52

542.44

1131.07

596.68

1185.31

12.35 Add for work in super structure 4 metres above plinth level. 12.36 Extra for above items for every additional storey of height up to 4 metres above the top of structural roof of lower storey. 12.37 Rough hammer dressing of boulders :-

cum

185.36

185.36

203.90

203.90

cum

109.60

109.60

120.56

120.56

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Through Rate
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(a) Quartzite stone 2-3 faces

cum of maso nry cum of maso nry cum of maso nry cum of maso nry sqm of face area sqm of dress ed area

316.94

348.63

(b) Quartzite stone 4-5 faces

521.49

573.64

(c)

Sand stone 2-3 faces

255.51

281.06

(d) Sand stone 4-5 faces

426.08

468.69

12.38 Hammer dressing of stone for face work

99.65

109.62

12.39 Fine chisel dressing (three-line dressing) of stones.

363.74

400.11

12.40 Ordinary chisel dressing (two-line dressing) of sqm. stones. of dress ed area 12.41 Rough tooled dressing (one-line dressing) of sqm. stones. of dress ed area 12.42 Dry stone masonry for work of purely temporary nature (excluding dressing) 12.43 Stone filling behind retaining walls.

198.41

218.25

151.99

167.19

5.00

cum cum

283.45 156.04

676.61

311.80 171.64

692.21

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6

Through Rate
7

DHAJJI WALLING 12.44 Walling 12.5cm thick kail framing unwrought with stone in cement mortar 1:6 with plaster and white washing but including treatment of frame work for plastering. sqm 12.45 Walling 12.5cm thick kail framing unwrought with stone in mud mortar without plaster and without white washing but including treatment of frame work for plastering. sqm 12.46 Extra for laying stone masonary in or under water and/or liquid mud including cost of pumping or bailing out water and removing slush etc. complete cum 293.70 2780.12 302.50 2887.09

212.00

212.00

233.20

233.20

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CHAPTER NO. 13 HOISTING AND ROOFING


Notes :(i) (ii) Unless otherwise stated, the labour rates include handling of material within 100 metres. The rates for hoisting are for heights upto 4 metres above plinth. For every additional 4 metres height or part thereof, add 10 per cent on item Nos. 13.1 to 13.5 and add 20 per cent on item Nos. 13.6 to 13.9. The rates for hoisting are not to be paid over and above the rates for manufacture of beams battens, etc., as given in other chapters as these rates already include hoisting charges. The labour rates given in this chapter include the cost of water, tools and plant, scaffolding (Labour and meterial) and cost of good earth for mud mortar and mud plaster wherever required. For item No. 13.9 for bridge girders having spans more than 15 metres, special rates will be worked out and paid for on the merits of each case. The rates for item Nos. 13.58 to 13.65 exclude the cost of beading and frame work for base which is to be paid for separately. The rates given are for single storey. For every additional storey of 4 mtr. or part add Rs. 2.00 per sqm for item No. 13.11, 13.13, 13.14 and 13.17.
Description Unit Plains Labour Rate 1 2 3 4 Through Rate 5 Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

Sr. No.

13.1 Hoisting RCC lintel and placing in position. 13.2 Hoisting RCC battens and placing in position.

cum

613.83

613.83

675.21

675.21

cum 13.3 Hoisting RCC shelves and placing in position. cum 13.4 Hoisting RCC bed plates and placing in position. 13.5 Hoisting wooden position. 13.6 Hoisting wooden position. 13.7 Hoisting wooden position. battens and placing in cum beams and placing in cum trusses and placing in cum qtl

767.78

767.78

844.56

844.56

491.07

491.07

540.18

540.18

cum

736.59

736.59

810.25

810.25

489.62

489.62

538.58

538.58

362.62

362.62

398.88

398.88

1773.68 144.80

1773.68 144.80

1951.05 159.28

1951.05 159.28

13.8 Hoisting RS joists and placing in position. 13.9 Hoisting steel roof trusses, plate girders of any span for buildings and plate and trussed girders for bridges up to 15 metres span.

qtl

268.34

268.34

295.17

295.17

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

13.10 Assembling at site and hoisting and placing in position tubular trusses, complete with accessories such as purlins, bracings, longitudinal ties, truss shoes, purlin clips and other truss components complete in all respects. Roofing 13.11 Second class mud roofing consisting of one
layer of tiles 22.86 x 11.43 x 3.81 cm laid in cement mortar 1:3 including 6mm thick cement plaster 1:4 on top with two coats of bitumen painting at 2.63 Kg/sqm covered with 10cm of mud and two layers of 25mm mud plaster with gobri on top and cement plaster 1:4 on parapet between tiles and drip course 1:2 cement pointing underside of tiles and filling of spaces between the battens.

qtl

249.65

249.65

274.61

274.61

sqm

194.37

561.40

213.81

580.84

13.12 Third class mud roofing consisting of two layers


of sirki and sarkanda covered with 12.5 cm mud and mud plaster with gobri leeping on top.

sqm

81.81

152.46

89.99

160.64

consiting of tiles 13.13 Terracing 22.86x11.43x3.83cm laid over 25 mm mud plaster 7.5 cm mud filling on another laver of 25mm mud plaster including two coats of bitumen laid hot at 1.65 Kg/sqm top of RCC slab including grouting with cement sand mortar 1:4 and top surface to be left clean after wire brushing etc. 13.14 Roofing consisting of 5cm thick precast cement concrete 1:2:4 tiles laid in position with cement sand mortar 1:3 over RCC battens 0.6 metre apart excluding cost of RCC battens but including 4 cm thick screed of cement concrete 1:4:8 over tiles 2 coats of bitumen @ 2.34 kg per sqm 25 mm mud plaster. 7.5cm mud, another layer of 25mm mud plaster filling space between battens over beams with cement concrete (1:3:6) blocks in cement mortar 1:3 and cement pointing 1:2 on the underside of tiles. 13.15 Thatching 15cm thick including bamboo frame and matting excluding the cost of purlins. 13.16 Thatching 23cm thick including bamboo frame and matting excluding the cost of purlins.

sqm

155.96

369.23

171.56

384.83

sqm

349.52

561.24

384.47

596.19

sqm

40.00

433.21

44.00

437.21

sqm

49.41

448.82

54.35

453.76

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

13.17 Tile terracing laid dry over roof consisting of one layer of tiles 22.86 cm x 11.43 cm x 3.83 cm including grouting with cement sand mortar 1:4 top surface to be left clear after wire brushing. 13.18 Corrugated GI Sheet roofing 0.80 mm thick fixed with galvanized iron J or L hooks 10mm dia, GI Limpot and bitumen washers complete excluding the cost of purling rafters and trusses. 13.19 Corrugated asbestos Sheet roofing 6 mm thick sheets fixed with GI hooks and bolts, limpet and bitumen washers complete fixed in position excluding the cost of perlins, rafters and trusses. 13.20 Semi-corrugated asbestos sheet roofing 7mm thick sheet fixed with GI hooks and bolts limpet and bitumen washers complete, fixed in position excluding the cost of purlins, rafters and trusses. 13.21 Ridges and valleys 45 cm overall, in plain GI Sheet 0.80mm fixed with galvanzed iron J and L hooks 10mm diameter, GI Limpet and bitumen washers complete. 13.22 GI Sheet gutters 0.80mm thick semicircluar 15cm diametre including fixing with clamps and making connections with rain water pipes.

sqm

37.30

185.62

41.03

189.35

sqm

34.36

792.56

37.80

796.00

sqm

46.54

353.12

51.19

357.77

sqm

46.54

363.75

51.19

368.40

74.38

355.16

81.82

362.60

m 13.23 Asbestos cement ridges fixed with galvanised iron J and L hooks 10mm dia, GI plain and bitumen washers complete. 13.24 Asbestos cement valley gutters 45cm x 12.5cm x 15cm size fixed with galvanised iron J and L hooks 10mm dia, and flat iron clamps 25mm x 3mm size, G.I plain and bitumen washers including asbestos rope and plastic compound in joints complete. 13.25 Providing and fixing asbestos cement corrugated and semi corrugated apron-piece with crank bolts in position etc. complete. 13.26 Providing and fixing asbestos corrugated ridge final in the ridge. cement each

75.35

380.77

82.89

388.31

21.97

264.49

24.17

266.69

27.02

560.45

29.72

563.15

24.84

322.43

27.32

324.91

29.91

250.07

32.90

253.06

13.27 Providing and fixing asbestos cement semi corrugated sheet ridge, final in the ridge. Page 88

each

29.91

250.07

32.90

253.06

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

13.28 Providing and fixing asbestos cement corrugated sheet eaves filler piece in position etc. complete. 13.29 Providing and fixing asbestos cement semicorrugated sheet eaves filler piece in position etc. complete. 13.30 Providing and fixing asbestos cement expansion joints for semi-corrugated sheets fixed with 16mm dia GI bolts with bitumen and GI washers etc., complete. 13.31 Providing and fixing asbestos cement semicorrugated and corrugated sheet North light curves with asbestos sheet roofing and purlins etc. 13.32 Providing and fixing asbestos cement expansion joints for North light curves etc., 13.33 Providing and fixing asbestos cement expansion joints for ridge, etc., complete. 13.34 Providing and fixing asbestos cement rainwater pipes 100mm dia, with MS holder clamps fixed on wall face with cement mortar 1:4 complete. 13.35 Embedding asbestos cement 100mm dia, rainwater pipes in cement mortar during masonry work. 13.36 Providing and fixing asbestos cement plain
bend 100mm dia in position with gutter etc.

18.59

214.85

20.45

216.71

18.59

214.85

20.45

216.71

14.88

87.12

16.37

88.61

18.59

664.93

20.45

666.79

each

22.31

224.29

24.54

226.52

pair

44.63

246.61

49.09

251.07

56.24

177.47

61.86

183.09

18.73

117.52

20.60

119.39

each

23.55

92.47

25.91

94.83

13.37 Providing and fixing asbestos cement swan neck 100mm dia in position with asbestos cement pipe. 13.38 Providing and fixing asbestos cement hexagonal rain-water head 33cm x 24 cm for asbestos cement pipe in position. 13.39 Providing and fixing asbestos cement shoe for asbestos cement rain-water pipe in position. 13.40 Providing and fixing union clips in gutters of asbestos cement sheet roofing etc. complete

each

32.02

171.09

35.22

174.29

each

46.37

252.76

51.01

257.40

each

32.02

100.94

35.22

104.14

each

47.66

168.85

52.43

173.62

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

13.41 Providing and fixing cast iron 100mm dia, rain water pipe with screw and wooden plugs fixed on wall-face, including filling joints with spun yarn and cement mortar 1:2 excluding head and shoe etc. 13.42 Providing and fixing cast iron head for rain water pipe on wooden plugs fixed on wall-face including filling the joints with spun yarn and cement mortar 1:2. 13.43 Providing and fixing cast iron shoe for rain water pipe on wooden plugs fixed on wall face including filling the joints with spun yarn and cement mortar 1:2. 13.44 Embedding 100mm dia CI rain water non pressure ISI mark pipe in cement mortar during masonry work. 13.45 Top khurra 0.6m x 0.6m for rain water pipe in 25mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 over 50mm thick cement concrete 1:8:16. 13.46 Khurra on roof as per item No. 13.45 with CI Spouts 100 mm dia fixed in position. 13.47 Khurra on roof as per item No. 13.45 with AC Spouts 100 mm dia fixed in position. 13.48 Khurra on roof as per item No. 13.45 with GI Spouts 100 mm dia fixed in position. 13.49 Khurra on roof as per item No. 13.45 with RCC spouts 100 mm dia fixed in position. 13.50 Khassi parnala 12.5 mm thick in cement mortar 1:2 (35cm) out side width and up to 4.25 mm height. 13.51 Bottom Khurra on ground 1.2m x 0.6m consisting of brick on-edge laid in cement mortar 1:3 over 75mm cement concrete 1:8:16 including 12.5mm thick cement plaster 1:3 13.52 Laying 10 cm earth and two coats of 25mm mud plaster with gobri leeping on top including two coats of bitumen painting @1.65kg Per sqm 13.53 Applying bitumen on roofs including heating and carriage to roof.

60.14

798.55

66.15

804.56

each

49.90

444.53

54.89

449.52

each

49.90

468.20

54.89

473.19

17.51

732.99

19.26

734.74

each

20.62

65.25

22.68

67.31

each

29.55

79.67

32.51

82.63

each

29.55

78.06

32.51

81.02

each

29.55

77.00

32.51

79.96

each

29.55

78.67

32.51

81.63

28.67

55.03

31.54

57.90

each

75.08

394.69

82.59

402.20

sqm

95.45

163.82

105.00

173.37

qtl

52.61

4196.00

57.87

4201.26

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

13.54 Extra for bitumen painting @0.69 kg per sqm 13.55 Cement concrete 1:2:4 gola 10cm x 10cm concave quadrant along junction of roofs with parapet wall finished smooth, where specially specified. 13.56 Providing and laying four courses of water proofing treatment with bitumen felt over roofs consisting of first and third courses of blown type bitumen grade 85/25 applied hot @1.20kg per sqm of area for each course, second course on roofing felt type 3 grade-I (Hessian base self finished bitumen felt) and fourth and final course of stone grit 6mm and down size or pea-sized grit spread at 0.006 cu.m per sq.m including preparation of surface complete. 13.57 Supplying and filling cinder on roof (1st Storey) including light ramming. CEILINGS 13.58 Kail wood plank ceiling 20mm thick tongued and grooved planking. 13.59 Providing and fixing Dasuty cloth ceiling. 13.60 Providing and fixing hessian cloth ceiling. 13.61 Providing and fixing ply-wood (4mm) ceiling. 13.62 Providing and fixing 5 mm thick asbestos sheet ceiling. 13.63 Providing and fixing 12.5 mm thick insulation perforated board (such as celetex, Treetex etc.) ceiling. 13.64 Plaster of paris ceiling 12.5mm thick consisting of 12.5mm thick panels of plaster of paris reinforced with hessian cloth fixed to under side of cradeling of specified design, including cost of fixing in position all materials, etc.(cost of cradeling to be paid saperately)

sqm

2.97

31.55

3.27

31.85

19.41

35.77

21.35

37.71

sqm

24.13

265.89

26.54

268.30

cum

169.42

571.48

186.36

588.42

sqm sqm sqm sqm

114.66 22.31 22.31 18.08

1684.52 130.03 70.79 527.36

126.13 24.54 24.54 19.89

1695.99 132.26 73.02 529.17

sqm

144.62

164.43

159.08

178.89

sqm

20.51

623.09

22.56

625.14

sqm 13.65 Providing and Fixing ceiling consisting of 600mmX600mmX12.5mm thick Gypsum Board GI Cradling hanged from the ceiling by means of GI hanger complete as per drawings,specifications and to the entire satisfaction of engineer-in- charge. Page 91

241.03

359.53

265.13

383.63

sqm

185.47

836.81

204.02

855.36

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

13.66 Providing and Fixing of Copper Sheet 16 Gauge 350mm wide in "V" or "U" shape on expansion joint including covering with C. Concrete complete in all respect as per specificationsand to the entire satisfaction of engineer- in- charge. 13.67 Providing and fixing 4mm thick 300mm wide Asbestos sheet with gatties and screw on vertical expansion joints one side fixed and one side fixed with slotted holes complete in all respect as per specifications. 13.68 Providing and fixing partition upto ceiling height consisting of GI frame and required board including providing and fixing of frame work made of special section power pressed/ role form GI sheet with zinc coating of grade 175 consisting of floor and ceiling channel 50mm wide having equal flanges of 32mm and 0.5mm thick fixed to the floor and ceiling at the spacing of 610mm centre to centre with dash fastener of 12.5mm dia-meter,40mm length and the studs 48mm wide having one flange of 34mm and other flange 36mm and 0.50mm thick fixed vertically within flanges of floor and ceiling channel and placed at a spacing of 610mm centre to centre by 6mm dia bolts and nuts at both ends of partition fixed flush to wall with rawl plugs at spacing 450mm centre to centre and fixing of boards to either side of frame work by 25mm drive all screws on studs, floor and ceiling channels at the spacing of 300mm centre to centre, including jointing and finishing to a flush finish with recommended jointing compound, jointing tape, joint finisher and two coats of primer suitable for board as per manufactures specification and direction of engineer-in-charge all complete. (a) 67mm overall thickness partition with 8.5 mm thick double skin Glass reinforced Gypsum (GRG) board conforming to IS: 2095: part III

70.27

2482.09

77.30

2489.12

73.21

119.18

80.53

126.50

sqm

184.74

876.19

203.21

894.66

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

13.69 Providing and fixing, in position concealed GI section for wall panelling using board of required thickness fixed on the W profile (0.55mm thick) having a knurled web of 51.55mm and two flanges of 26mm each with lips of 10.55 mm placed @ 610mm C/C in perimeter channel having one flange of 20mm and another flange of 30mm with thickness of 0.55mm and web of length 27mm Perimeter channel is fixed on the floor and the ceiling with the nylon sleeves @ 610mm C/C with fully threaded self-tapping drive all screws. Board is fixed to the Wprofile with 25 mm countersunk ribbed head screws @ 200mm C/C, all complete as per the drawing & directions of engineer-in-charge the joints of the boards are finished with specially formulated jointing compound and 48mm wide fiber tape to provide seamless finish. (a) Tapered edge calcium silicate board made with calcareous & siliceous materials reinforced with cellulose fiber manufactured through autoclaving process to give stable crystalline structure, Non combustible & spread of Flame (as per BS standard 476 Part IV & VII), Water, Termite & Fungus resistant, compressive strength 25 kg/sqcm, Bending strength 100 kg/cm 10mm thick Gypsum board conforming to IS: 20951996: Part - I 12.50mm thick sqm 164.09 428.49 180.50 444.90 sqm 164.09 693.11 180.50 709.52

(i) (b)

(i)

13.70 Providing and fixing thermal insulation of ceiling (under deck insulation) with Resin Bonded Fibre glass wool conforming to IS : 8183 density 24kg/m3, 50mm thick, wrapped in 200 G Virgin Polythene bags fixed to ceiling with metallic cleats (50x50x3mm) @ 60 cm and wire mesh of 12.5mm x 24g wire and mesh, for top most ceiling of building.

sqm

183.13

478.20

201.44

496.51

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

13.71 Providing and fixing covering 2mm thick 300mm wide first class fiber sheet with gatties and screw on vertical expansion joints one side fixed and one side fixed with slotted holes to allow movement complete in all respect as per specifications and to the entire satisfaction of engineer- in- charge. 13.72 Providing and fixing covering 200mm wide Aluminium Sheet 14 Gauge with gatties and screw on vertical expansion joints one side fixed and one side fixed with slotted holes to allow movement complete in all respect as per specifications and to the entire satisfaction of engineer- in- charge. 13.73 Providing and fixing covering 200mm wide G.I Sheet 14 Gauge with gatties and screw on vertical expansion joints one side fixed and one side fixed with slotted holes to allow movement complete in all respect as per specifications and to the entire satisfaction of engineer- in- charge. 13.74 Providing and fixing 110 mm dia SWR U.P.V.C Rain water pipe (ring fitted type-A) as per IS:13592 including jointing during masonary complete as per specifications and to the entire satisfaction of Engineer-incharge. (If fixed on wall face clamp to be paid separatly as per respective item) 13.75 Providing and fixing 110 mm dia SWR U.P.V.C bend for Rain water pipe as per IS:14735 including jointing complete as per specifications and to the entire satisfaction of Engineer- in- charge. 13.76 Providing and fixing 110 mm dia SWR U.P.V.C Coupling/Sockete for Rain water pipe as per IS:14735 including jointing complete as per specifications and to the entire satisfaction of Engineer- in- charge.

73.21

317.30

80.53

324.62

73.21

330.49

80.53

337.81

73.21

348.93

80.53

356.25

17.69

191.93

19.46

193.70

each

25.55

112.12

28.11

114.68

each

25.55

110.23

28.11

112.79

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CHAPTER NO. 14 FLOORING & DADOS


Notes :(i) Unless otherwise stated, the labour rates include the handling charges of materials within 100 metres. The rates include the cost of water. Where the water is supplied free by the Department, the rates shall be decreased accordingly. The rates given are for ground floor, for every additional storey, add Rs 2.00 per sqm. The labour rates given in this chapter include the cost of water, tools & plants and cost of good earth for mud mortar and mud plaster wherever required. Coarse sand (fine aggregate) for 1:2:4 concrete in item of conglomerate, polished and terrazzo flooring shall be as per Punjab PWD Specifications No: 3.30. For Square and rectangular columns, enhance the labour rate for item no. 14.40 to 14.54 by 33.3%. For round and elliptical columns, enhance the labour rates for the item no. 14.54 to 14.52 by 100%. The through rates are to be increased accordingly. Risers of stair-case are to be paid as per skirting or dado rates, while treads and landings are to be paid as per flooring rates of similar specifications. The rates for rubbing and polishing to granolithic finish are for rubbing & polishing to granolithic granite finish. Description Unit Plains Labour Through Rate Rate
1 2 3 4 5

(ii)

(iii) (iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

(viii)

Sr. No.

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.1 14.2 14.3

Deleted Deleted Base course of floor consisting of 100mm thick cement concrete 1:8:16 and 100mm sand filling. Floating coat of 1.5mm thick neat cement laid in one operation to the topping. Conglomerate floor 25mm thick cement concrete topping 1:2:4. Conglomerate floor 40mm thick cement concrete topping 1:2:4. Conglomerate floor 50mm thick cement concrete topping 1:2:4.

sqm

35.67

197.32

35.67

197.32

14.4

sqm

5.19

18.43

5.19

18.43

14.5

sqm

26.44

94.59

29.08

97.23

14.6

sqm

26.44

135.48

29.08

138.13

14.7

sqm

26.44

162.74

29.08

165.39

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.8

Conglomerate floor 25mm thick cement concrete rate 1:2:4 on 100mm thick cement concrete 1:8:16 and 100mm sand filling. sqm 62.12 291.93 68.33 298.14

14.9

Conglomerate floor 40mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 on 100mm thick cement concrete 1:8:16 and 100mm sand filling. Conglomerate floor 50mm thick cement concrete rate 1:2:4 on 100mm thick cement concrete 1:8:16 and 100mm sand filling.

sqm

62.12

332.81

68.33

339.02

14.10

sqm 14.11 Screed of 50mm thick cement concrete 1:8:16 to be laid below the topping. Screed of 40mm thick cement concrete 1:8:16 to be laid below the topping. 25mm thick conglomerate floor of cement concrete 1:2:4 over flat brick laid dry with 25mm open joints all-round filled with cement concrete 1:2:4 simultaneously with topping over 100mm sand filling. 25mm thick polished flooring cement concrete 1:2:4 toping finished with 3 mm thick neat coat of cement rubbed and polished. 40mm thick grey polished flooring cement concrete 1:2:4 toping finished with 3 mm thick neat coat of cement rubbed and polished. 20mm thick grey polished skirting or dado consisting of bottom layer of 16mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and finished 3mm thick topping of neat cement rubbed and polished including rounding of junction with floors. Flat brick paving laid dry over 25mm thick mud mortar grouted with sand. Dry brick on edge paving sand grouted over 50mm thick earth and mud plaster.

62.12

360.08

68.33

366.29

sqm

20.44

90.01

22.48

92.05

14.12

sqm

20.44

76.09

22.48

78.14

14.13

sqm

34.74

168.77

38.21

172.25

14.14

sqm

130.56

225.20

143.62

238.26

14.15

sqm

130.56

267.31

143.62

280.37

14.16

sqm

182.11

271.96

200.32

290.17

14.17

sqm

17.56

145.74

19.32

147.50

14.18

sqm

30.07

235.39

33.08

238.40

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.19

Laying First Class Dry Brick on edge flooring or paving in ordinary bonded courses or in herring bond or other special courses / bond along with preparation of sub grade with rough dressing of soil, final dressing of earth to give level surface and comber including watering, rolling with road roller. All joints shall be thoroughly filled / grouted with dry sand, applied to a thickness of not less than 20 mm over the surface of flooring and brushed into the joints, rolling the surface with light road roller after sprinkling with water complete in all respects. sqm 101.21 306.53 111.33 316.65

14.20

Dry brick on edge paving sand grouted over 50mm thick rammed brick aggregate 40mm gauge. Flat brick or tile flooring laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 on 100mm thick cement concrete 1:8:16 and 100mm thick sand filling and cement pointed 1:2 on top. Brick on edge flooring laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 on 75mm thick cement concrete 1:8:16 and 100mm sand filling cement pointing 1:2 on top. Flat brick or tile flooring laid dry over a bed of 6mm thick cement sand mortar 1:6 grouted with cements sand mortar 1:4 and top surface to be left clean after wire brushing.

sqm

34.84

270.68

38.32

274.16

14.21

sqm

85.01

265.33

93.51

273.83

14.22

sqm

103.80

358.26

114.18

368.64

14.23

sqm 14.24 40mm thick grey terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer 34mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 6mm thick with 3mm gauge white marble makrana chipping from indigenous marble laid in 1:1 (50 Kg of ordinary grey cement and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings). 40mm thick grey terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer 31 mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 9mm (4mm to 7mm thick) with the gauge white marble makrana chipping from indigenous marble laid in 1:1 (50 Kg of ordinary grey cement and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings).

38.62

196.67

42.48

200.53

sqm

155.31

355.39

170.84

370.92

14.25

sqm

175.88

403.92

193.47

421.51

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.26

40mm thick grey terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer 28 mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 12 mm thick with 7mm to 10mm gauge white marble makrana chipping from indigenous marble laid in 1:1 (50 Kg of ordinary grey cement and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings).

sqm

175.88

433.44

193.47

451.03

14.27

40mm thick white terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer 34mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 6mm thick with 3mm gauge white marble makrana chipping from indigenous marble laid in 1:1 (37.5 Kg of white cement, 12.5 kg marble powder and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings).

sqm

155.31

402.20

170.84

417.73

14.28

40mm thick white terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer 31mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 9mm thick with 4mm to 7 mm gauge white marble makrana chipping from indigenous marble laid in 3:1:6 (37.5 Kg of white cement, 12.5 kg marble powder and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings). sqm 175.88 473.11 193.47 490.70

14.29

40mm thick white terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer 28 mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 12 mm thick with 7mm to 10 mm gauge white marble makrana chipping from indigenous marble laid in 3:1:6 (37.5 Kg of white cement, 12.5 Kg marble powder and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings). sqm 175.88 518.91 193.47 536.50

14.30

40mm thick black red or chocolate terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer 34mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 6mm thick with 1 mm to 4 mm gauge white marble makrana chipping from indigenous marble laid in 3:1:6 (50 Kg of ordinary grey cement with admixture of black red or chocolate pigment to give to required back ground and 0.05 cum of marble chippings)

sqm

155.31

412.96

170.84

428.49

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Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.31

40mm thick black red or chocolate terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer 31 mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 9mm thick with 4mm to 7mm gauge white marble makrana chipping laid in 3:1:6 (37.50 Kg of ordinary grey cement 12.5 kg marble powder with admixture to black red or chocolate pigment to give to required back ground and 0.05 cum of marble chippings). sqm 175.88 490.26 193.47 507.85

14.32

40mm thick black red or chocolate terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer 28 mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 12mm thick with 7mm to 10mm gauge white marble makrana chipping laid in 3:1:6 (37.50 Kg of ordinary grey cement 12.5 kg marble powder with admixture to black red or chocolate pigment to give to required back ground and 0.05 cum of marble chippings). sqm 175.88 519.78 193.47 537.37

14.33

40mm thick orange, buff, yellow, or pink terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer 34mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 6 mm thick with 4mm to 7mm gauge white marble makrana chipping from indigeninous marble laid in 3:1:6 (37.5 Kg of white cement and 12.5 kg of marble powder with admixture of orange buff, yellow or pink pigment to give to required back ground and 0.05 cum of marble chippings). sqm 155.31 451.52 170.84 467.05

14.34

40mm thick orange, buff, yellow, or pink terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer 31mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 9 mm thick with 4mm to 7 mm gauge white marble makrana chipping from indigenous marble laid in 3:1:6 (37.50 Kg of white cement with admixture of orange buff, yellow or pink pigment to give to required back ground and 0.05 cum of marble chippings). sqm 175.88 547.08 193.47 564.67

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.35

40mm thick orange, buff, yellow, or pink terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer 28mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 12 mm thick with 7mm to 10 mm gauge white marble makrana chipping from indigenous marble laid in 3:1:6 (37.50 Kg of white cement with admixture of orange buff, yellow or pink pigment to give to required back ground and 0.05 cum of marble chippings). sqm 175.88 603.07 193.47 620.66

14.36

40mm thick blue or green terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer of 34mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 6mm thick with 1mm to 4 mm gauge white marble makrana chipping from indigenous marble laid in 3:1:6 (37.50 Kg of white cement with admixture of blue or green colour to give required back ground and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings). sqm 155.31 451.52 170.84 467.05

14.37

40mm thick blue or green terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer of 31 mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 9mm thick with 4mm to 7mm gauge white marble makrana chipping from indigenous marble laid in 3:1:6 (37.5 Kg of white cement 12.5 kg with admixture of blue or green colour to give required back ground and 0.05 cum of marble chippings). sqm 175.88 547.08 193.47 564.67

14.38

40mm thick blue or green terrazzo topping rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish under layer of 28 mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 and top layer 12 mm thick with 7mm to 10 mm gauge white marble makrana chipping from indigenous marble laid in 3:1:6 (37.5 Kg of white cement 12.5 kg with admixture of blue or green colour to give required back ground and 0.05 cum of marble chippings). 50mm thick ironite (Metallic Floor Hardener to be mixed with Granolithic topping for heavy duty floors) floor consisting of 40mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 base and top layer 10mm thick laid with one part of ironite and grey cement mixed together in the ratio of 1:4 by weight to two parts of hard granite chippings 6mm gauge by volume finished smooth with hard rubbing.

sqm

175.88

603.07

193.47

620.66

14.39

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167.43

398.71

184.17

415.45 CSR - 2010

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.40

20mm thick grey terrazzo skirting or dado, rubbed and polished granolithic finish under layer 14mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and top layer 6mm thick with 1mm to 4 mm gauge, white marble makrana chippings laid in 1:1 (50 Kg of ordinary grey cement and 0.05 cum of whit marble chippings) including rounding of junctions. sqm 303.07 435.12 333.38 465.43

14.41

20mm thick grey terrazzo skirting or dado, rubbed and polished granolithic finish under layer 11mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and top layer 9mm thick with 4mm to 7 mm gauge, white marble makrana chippings laid in 1:1 (50 Kg of ordinary grey cement and 0.05 cum of whit marble chippings) including rounding of junctions. sqm 303.07 458.58 333.38 488.89

14.42

20mm thick grey terrazzo skirting or dado, rubbed and polished granolithic finish under layer 8 mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and top layer 12mm thick with 7mm to 10 mm gauge, white marble makrana chippings laid in 1:1 (50 Kg of ordinary grey cement and 0.05 cum of whit marble chippings) including rounding of junctions. sqm 303.07 508.85 333.38 539.16

14.43

20mm thick white terrazzo skirting or dado, rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish, layer 14mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and top layer 6mm thick with 1mm to 4 mm gauge, white marble makrana chippings laid in 1:1 (50 Kg of ordinary grey cement and 0.05 cum of whit marble chippings) including rounding of junctions. sqm 303.07 481.93 333.38 512.24

14.44

20mm thick white terrazzo skirting or dado, rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish, under layer 11mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and top layer 9mm thick with 4mm to 7mm, gauge white marble makrana chippings laid in 3:1:6 (37.50 Kg of ordinary grey cement 12.50 kg marble powder and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings ) including rounding of junctions.

sqm

303.07

527.77

333.38

558.08

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Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.45

20mm thick white terrazzo skirting or dado, rubbed and polished granolithic finish under layer 8 mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and top layer 12mm thick with 7mm to 10 mm gauge, white marble makrana chippings laid in 3:1:6 (37.50 Kg of white cement, 12.5 kg marble powder and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings) including rounding of junctions.

sqm

303.07

602.46

333.38

632.77

14.46

20mm thick black, red or chocolate terrazzo skirting or dado, rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish, layer 14mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and 6mm thick with 3mm gauge, white marble makrana chippings from indigenous marble laid in 1:1 (50 Kg of ordinary grey cement with admixture of black, red or chocolate pigment to give required back ground and 0.05 cum of marble chippings (including rounding of junctions).

sqm

303.07

492.68

333.38

522.99

14.47

20mm thick black, red or chocolate terrazzo skirting or dado, rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish, layer 11mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and 9mm thick with 4mm to 7mm gauge, white marble laid chippings from indigenous marble laid in 1:1 (50 Kg of ordinary grey cement with admixture of black, red or chocolate pigment to give required back ground and 0.05 cum of marble chippings (including rounding of junctions).

sqm

303.07

516.14

333.38

546.45

14.48

20mm thick black, red or chocolate terrazzo skirting or dado, rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish, under layer 8mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and 12mm thick with 7mm to 10mm gauge, white marble laid chippings from indigenous marble laid in 1:1 (50 Kg of ordinary grey cement with admixture of black, red or chocolate pigment to give required back ground and 0.05 cum of marble chippings (including rounding of junctions). sqm 303.07 623.98 333.38 654.29

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.49

20mm thick orange bluff, yellow or pink terrazzo skirting or dado, rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish, under layer 14mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and top layer 6mm thick with 1 mm to 4 mm gauge, white marble makrana chippings from indigenous marble laid in 3:1:6 (37.50 Kg of white cement, 12.50 kg marble powder with admixture of orange bluff, yellow or pink pigment to give required back ground and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings (including rounding of junctions). sqm 303.07 450.59 333.38 480.90

14.50

20mm thick orange bluff, yellow or pink terrazzo skirting or dado, rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish, under layer 11mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and top layer 9mm thick with 4mm to 7mm gauge, white marble makrana chippings laid in 3:1:6 (37.50 Kg of white cement 12.50kg marble powder with admixture of orange buff, yellow or pink pigment to give required back ground and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings (including rounding of junctions). sqm 303.07 626.41 333.38 656.72

14.51

20mm thick orange bluff, yellow or pink terrazzo skirting or dado, rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish, under layer 8 mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and top layer 12mm thick with 7mm to 10mm gauge, white marble makrana chippings laid in 3:1:6 (37.50 Kg of white cement 12.50kg marble powder with admixture of orange buff, yellow or pink pigment to give required back ground and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings (including rounding of junctions). sqm 272.35 731.99 299.58 759.22

14.52

20mm thick blue or green skirting or dado, rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish, under layer 14mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and top layer 6mm thick with 1mm to 4 mm gauge, white marble makrana chippings from indigenous marble laid in 1:1 (50 Kg of white cement with admixture of blue or green pigment to give required back ground and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings (including rounding of junctions). sqm 300.26 476.60 330.29 506.63

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Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.53

20mm thick blue or green skirting or dado, rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish, under layer 11mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and top layer 9mm thick with 4mm to 7mm gauge, white marble makrana chippings from indigenous marble laid in 3:1:6 (37.5 Kg of white cement, 12.5 kg marble powder with admixture of blue or green pigment to give required back ground and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings (including rounding of junctions). sqm 303.07 533.26 333.38 563.57

14.54

20mm thick blue or green skirting or dado, rubbed and polished to a granolithic finish, under layer 8mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and top layer 12mm thick with 7mm to 10mm gauge, white marble makrana chippings from indigenous marble laid in 3:1:6 (37.5 Kg of white cement, 12.5 kg marble powder with admixture of blue or green pigment to give required back ground and 0.05 cum of white marble chippings (including rounding of junctions). sqm 300.26 572.26 330.29 602.29

14.55

(a)

Extra over item no: 14.24 and 14.40 if 33 % white cement in 6mm thick top layer is used. Extra labour for projected nosing of stair case of any shape and design over item Nos. 14.24 and 14.40 if 33 % white cement in 6mm thick top layer is used.

sqm

13.78

13.78

(b)

27.91

27.91

30.70

30.70

14.56

Stamping or making grooves on the top of steps in stair case. Precast terrazzo tiles of 20mm minimum thickness in ordinary grey cement with marble chips of size and colour as required laid on 20mm thick bed of cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement 3 sand) with neat cement slurry between joints and over the base for floors, treads of steps and landings including rubbing and polishing. Precast chequred tiles of 20mm minimum thickness in ordinary grey cement without chips laid on 20mm thick bed of cement mortar 1:3 with neat cement slurry between joints and over the base for floors, treads of steps and landings. Page 104

104.84

104.84

115.32

115.32

14.57

sqm

224.51

543.48

246.96

565.93

14.58

sqm

93.60

387.45

102.96

396.81 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.59

Precast P.C.C. tiles conforming to IS 12371980, 20 cm x 20 cm x 2.5 cm in ordinary grey cement without chips laid on 20mm thick bed of cement mortar 1:3 with neat cement slurry between joints and over the base for floors, treads of steps and landings. sqm 93.60 399.72 102.96 409.08

14.60

Precast P.C.C. tiles conforming to IS 12371980, 25 cm x 25 cm x 2.5 cm in ordinary grey cement without chips laid on 20mm thick bed of cement mortar 1:3 with neat cement slurry between joints and over the base for floors, treads of steps and landings. sqm 93.60 436.75 102.96 446.11

14.61

Precast P.C.C. tiles conforming to IS 12371980, 30 cm x 30 cm x 2.5 cm in ordinary grey cement without chips laid on 20mm thick bed of cement mortar 1:3 with neat cement slurry between joints and over the base for floors, treads of steps and landings. sqm 93.60 461.44 102.96 470.80

14.62

Precast terrazzo tiles of 20mm minimum thickness in white cement with marble chips of size and colour as required laid on 20mm thick bed of cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement and 3 sand ) with neat cement slurry made of white cement between joints and over the base for floors, treads of steps and landings including rubbing and polishing. sqm 205.90 595.42 226.49 616.01

14.63

Precast terrazo tiles of 20mm minimum thickness in white cement mixed with buff, yellow, chocolate or orange pigment as required laid in 20mm thick bed of cement mortar 1:3 with neat cement slurry mixed with pigment to match the shade of tiles between joints and over the base in floors, treads of steps and landings including rubbing and polishing. Precast terrazo tiles of 20mm minimum thickness in white cement mixed with black red or chocolate with marble chips of size and colour as per required laid on 20mm thick bed of cement mortar 1:3 with neat cement slurry mixed with pigment to match the shade of tiles between joints and over the base in floors, treads of steps and landings including rubbing and polishing.

sqm

205.90

616.46

226.49

637.05

14.64

sqm Page 105

205.90

545.91

226.49

566.50 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.65

Precast terrazo tiles of 20mm minimum thickness in ordinary white cement mixed with green or blue pigment with marble chips of size and colour as per required laid on 20mm thick bed of cement mortar 1:3 with neat cement slurry mixed with pigment to match the shade of tiles between joints and over the base in floors, treads of steps and landings including rubbing and polishing. sqm 205.90 616.46 226.49 637.05

14.66

Precast terrazo tiles of 12.5 minimum thickness in ordinary cement with marble chips of size and colour as required laid on 10mm thick cement plaster 1:3 jointed with neat cement slurry in skirting or dado and risers of steps including and rubbing and polishing. Precast terrazo tiles of 12.5mm minimum thickness in white cement with marble chips of size and colour as required laid on 10mm thick cement plaster 1:3 jointed with neat cement slurry in skirting or dado and risers of steps including and rubbing and polishing.

sqm

277.79

516.06

305.57

543.84

14.67

sqm 14.68 Precast terrazo tiles of 12.5mm minimum thickness in white cement with , buff, yellow chocolate or orange pigment with marble chips of size and colour as required, laid on 10mm thick cement plaster 1:3 and jointed with neat cement slurry with pigment to match the shade of tiles in skirting, dado and risers of steps including rubbing and polishing. Precast terrazo tiles of 12.5mm minimum thickness in ordinary cement mixed with black red or chocolate pigment marble chips of size and colour as required, laid on 10mm thick cement plaster 1:3 and jointed with neat cement slurry with pigment to match the shade of tiles in skirting, dado and risers of steps including and polishing. sqm 14.70 Precast terrazo tiles of 12.5mm minimum thickness in white cement mixed with green or blue pigment as required, laid on 10mm thick cement plaster 1:3 and jointed with neat cement slurry with pigment to match the shade of tiles in skirting, dado and risers of steps including and polishing. sqm Page 106

277.79

594.95

305.57

622.73

sqm

277.79

615.99

305.57

643.77

14.69

277.79

537.10

305.57

564.88

277.79

615.99

305.57

643.77 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.71

Anti-skid floor tiles 10mm thick in flooring skirting and dado in 12.5mm thick cement plaster 1:3 in base and jointed with white cement slurry in joints including corners angles and beading. White marble tile with grey streaks' arranged from Makrana, Doongri, Adanga veined and chack Doongri flooring 15mm to 20mm thick of various size over 12.5mm thick cement course sand mortar 1:3 laid and jointed with white cement slurry mixed with pigment to match the shade of marble including rubbing and polishing.

sqm

200.78

722.07

220.86

742.15

14.72

(a)

Tiles Size 15 cm x 15 cm to 28 cm 28 cm Slabs sizes 30cm x 30cm to 45 cm x 60 cm Slabs size above 45 cm x 60 cm

sqm

559.92

1030.72

615.91

1086.71

(b)

sqm sqm

559.92 559.92

1159.76 1482.36

615.91 615.91

1215.75 1538.35

(c) 14.73

Kumari grey without oxide and cavities flooring 15mm to 20mm thick of varying sizes over 12.5mm thick base of Cement mortar 1:3 laid and jointed with white cement slurry with pigment to match the shade of marble including rubbing & Polishing.

(a)

Tiles Size 15 cm x 15 cm to 28 cm 28 cm Slabs sizes 30cm x 30cm to 45 cm x60 cm Slabs size above 45 cm x 60 cm

sqm

559.92

966.19

615.91

1022.18

(b)

sqm sqm

559.92 559.92

1095.23 1417.84

615.91 615.91

1151.22 1473.83

(c) 14.74

Black Marble tiles of Kishangarn, Zebra, Makrana , Dhabi or Doongri Zebra flooring 15mm to 20 mm thick of various sizes over 12.5 mm thick base of cement mortar 1:3 laid and joined with white cement slurry mixed with pigment to match the shade of marble including rubbing and polishing.

(a)

Tiles Size 15 cm x 15 cm to 28 cm 28 cm

sqm

559.92

1030.72

615.91

1086.71

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

(b)

Slabs sizes 30cm x 30cm to 45 cm x60 cm Slabs size above 45 cm x 60 cm

sqm sqm

559.92 559.92

1159.76 1482.36

615.91 615.91

1215.75 1538.35

(c) 14.75

Pink Marble tiles of Makrana & Adanga flooring 15 mm 20 mm thick of various sizes over 12.5 mm thick base of cement mortar 1:3 laid and jointed with white cement slurry mixed with pigment to match the shade of marble including rubbing and polishing.

(a)

Tiles Size 15 cm x 15 cm to 28 cm 28 cm Slabs sizes 30cm x 30cm to 45 cm x60 cm Slabs size above 45 cm x 60 cm

sqm

559.92

1095.23

615.91

1151.22

(b)

sqm sqm

559.92 559.92

1224.28 1579.14

615.91 615.91

1280.27 1635.13

(c) 14.76

White marble tiles with grey streaks arranged from Markrana, Doongri, Adanga and Chak Doongri veined of 15 mm to 20 mm thick in risers of skirting dado, pillars and wall lining including matching the 1:3 and jointed neat cement slurry including the cost of cramps labour for fixing cramps pins and dowels etc. including rubbing and polishing complete in all respect. (a) Tiles Size 15 cm x 15 cm to 28 cm 28 cm Slabs Sizes 30 cm x 30 cm to 45 cm x 60 cm Slabs Sizes above 45 cm x 60 cm sqm 463.62 1667.85 509.98 1714.21

sqm

463.62

1216.21

509.98

1262.57

(b)

sqm

463.62

1345.26

509.98

1391.62

(c)

14.77

Kumari grey without oxide and cavities marble tiles of 15mm to 20 mm thick in risers of step skirting pillars and well lining including matching the grains of marble slabs in any patterns as specified laid cramps pins for fixing cramps and dowels etc. including rubbing and polishing complete in all respects. (a) Tiles Size 15 cm x 15 cm to 28 cm 28 cm

sqm

463.62

1151.68

509.98

1198.04

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Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

(b)

Slabs Sizes 30 cm x 30 cm to 45 cm x 60 cm Slabs Sizes above 45 cm x 60 cm

sqm

463.62

1280.73

509.98

1327.09

(c)

sqm 14.78 Black Marble Tiles of Kishangarh, Zebra, Makrana, Dhabi or Doongri, zebra of various sizes of 15 mm to 20 mm thick in risers of steps, skirting, dado, pillars and wall lining including matching the grains of marble slabs in any pattern as specified of various sizes laid on 12.5 mm thick cement : coarse sand mortar 1:3, jointed with neat cement slurry mixed with pigment to match the shade of marble including the cost of cramps, pins , labour for fixing cramps, pins and dowels etc. including rubbing and polishing complete in all respects.

463.62

1603.34

509.98

1649.70

(a)

Tiles Size 15 cm x 15 cm to 28 cm 28 cm Slabs Sizes 30 cm x 30 cm to 45 cm x 60 cm Slabs Sizes above 45 cm x 60 cm

sqm

463.62

1209.32

509.98

1255.68

(b)

sqm

463.62

1338.37

509.98

1384.73

(c)

sqm 14.79 Pink Marble Tiles of Makrana and Adanga of various sizes of 15 mm to 20 mm thick in risers of steps, skirting, dado , pillars and wall lining including matching the grains of marble slabs in any pattern as specified slurry mixed with pigments to pattern to match the shade of marble including the cost and labour for filing camps pins and dowels etc. including rubbing and polishing complete in all respects.

463.62

1660.96

509.98

1707.32

(a)

Tiles Size 15 cm x 15 cm to 28 cm 28 cm Slabs Sizes 30 cm x 30 cm to 45 cm x 60 cm Slabs Sizes above 45 cm x 60 cm

sqm

463.62

1280.73

509.98

1327.09

(b)

sqm

463.62

1409.77

509.98

1456.13

(c)

sqm

463.62

1764.63

509.98

1810.99

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.80

White glazed tiles 10 cm x 10 cm and 6 mm thick in skirting and dado on 12 mm thick cement plaster 1:3 in base an joined with white cement slurry in joints including bevelled corners. White glazed tiles 20 cm x 10 cm and 5 mm thick in skirting and dado on 12 mm thick cement plaster 1:3 in base an joined with white cement slurry in joints including bevelled corners. White glazed tiles 20 cm x 20 cm and 5 mm thick in skirting and dado on 12 mm thick cement plaster 1:3 in base an joined with white cement slurry in joints including bevelled corners. Coloured glazed tiles 15 cm x 15 cm x 5 mm in skirting and dado on 12 mm thick cement plaster 1:3 in base an joined with white cement slurry in joints including bevelled corners. Coloured glazed tiles 20 cm x 10 cm and 5 mm thick in skirting and dado on 12 mm thick cement plaster 1:3 in base an joined with white cement slurry in joints including bevelled corners. Coloured glazed tiles 20 cm x 20 cm and 5 mm thick in skirting and dado on 12 mm thick cement plaster 1:3 in base an joined with white cement slurry in joints including bevelled corners. Chittor black marble tiles 15mm to 20 mm thick in risers of steps, skirting dado, walls and pillars laid in 12.5 mm thick cement mortar 1:3 and jointed with neat cement slurry mixed with pigments to match the shade of marble including rubbing and polishing. Rough red sand stone (from Agra) 40mm thick set in cement mortar 1:5 (1 cement 5 sand). Kota stone tile flooring 20mm to 30 mm thick over 12.5mm thick base of cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement, 3 Sand) laid and jointed with neat cement slurry, mixed with pigment to match the shade of stone including rubbing and polishing.

sqm

323.32

706.47

355.65

738.80

14.81

sqm

323.32

706.47

355.65

738.80

14.82

sqm

323.32

712.31

355.65

744.64

14.83

sqm

323.32

770.43

355.65

802.76

14.84

sqm

323.32

786.71

355.65

819.04

14.85

sqm

323.32

794.57

355.65

826.90

14.86

sqm

849.66

1727.92

934.63

1812.89

14.87

sqm

151.16

586.39

166.28

601.51

14.88

sqm

436.22

954.05

479.84

997.67 CSR - 2010

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.89

Kota stone rough dressed 40mm to 50mm thick slabs, set to pattern in pavements over 20mm thick base of cement mortar (1 cement, 3 Sand) laid and jointed with neat cement slurry, mixed with pigment to match the shade of stone. Kota stone tiles 20mm thick in skirting risers of steps, dado walls and pillars laid in 12.5mm thick cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement 3 coarse sand) and jointed with neat cement slurry mixed with pigment to match the shade of stone, including rubbing and polishing. Black Granite stone tiles 20mm thick in skirting, risers of steps, dado walls and pillars laid in 12.5mm thick cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement 3 coarse sand) and jointed with neat cement slurry mixed with pigment to match the shade of stone, including rubbing and polishing including labour for fixing dowel pins and cramps. Coloured Granite stone tiles 20mm thick in skirting, risers of steps, dado walls and pillars laid in 12.5mm thick cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement 3 coarse sand) and jointed with neat cement slurry mixed with pigment to match the shade of stone, including rubbing and polishing including labour for fixing dowel pins and cramps. Fine dressed red stone (From Agra) 40mm thick set in cement mortar 1:5 including pointing with cement mortar 1:2 with an admixture of pigment to match the shade of stone. Fine dressed red 40mm thick set including painting with an admixture shade of stone. sand stone (from Agra) in cement mortar 1:3 with cement mortar 1:2 of pigment to match the

sqm

436.22

1032.23

479.84

1075.85

14.90

sqm

434.91

977.51

478.40

1021.00

14.91

sqm

539.58

3277.99

593.54

3331.95

14.92

sqm

538.26

3598.88

592.09

3652.71

14.93

sqm

326.45

782.78

359.10

815.43

14.94

sqm

326.45

800.44

359.10

833.09

14.95

Teak wood 25 mm planking tongued and grooved flooring including fixing with screws complete. Teak wood 40mm planking tongued and grooved flooring including fixing with screw complete.

sqm

133.93

2255.31

147.32

2268.70

14.96

sqm

133.93

3669.57

147.32

3682.96

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Parquet flooring 40mm thick consisting of Ist class well seasoned shisham wood of standard pattern laid in flooring consisting of bitumen applied hot @ 4.86 Kg. Per Square metre over 12.5mm thick cement sand plaster 1:4 top surface rubbed smooth and wax polished to a fine finish. A parquet floor is a wooden floor made from many pieces of wood fitted together. Rough red stone (From Agra) 40mm thick, set in cement sand mortar 1:3 including pointing with cement mortar 1:2 with an admixture of pigment to match the shade of stone. Rough red sand stone (From Agra) 40mm thick, set in cement sand mortar 1:5 including pointing with cement mortar 1:2 with an admixture of pigment to match the shade of stone.

sqm

496.69

3088.63

546.36

3138.30

14.98

sqm

151.16

595.21

166.28

610.33

14.99

sqm

151.16

578.60

166.28

593.72

14.100 Providing and laying plain coloured 3.20mm gauge linoleum covering to floors laid dry. The term linoleum has been derived from the Latin words linum, meaning linseed, and oleum, meaning oil. Linoleum flooring can be described as a type of flooring that makes use of solidified linseed oil (linoxyn) as the base, along with wood flour, tree resins, cork dust, a touch of ground limestone and pigments (for adding colour). sqm 14.101 Providing and laying plain coloured 3.20mm gauge linoleum covering to floors laid dry, if linoleum of exact size is used. The term linoleum has been derived from the Latin words linum, meaning linseed, and oleum, meaning oil. Linoleum flooring can be described as a type of flooring that makes use of solidified linseed oil (linoxyn) as the base, along with wood flour, tree resins, cork dust, a touch of ground limestone and pigments (for adding colour). sqm 14.102 Providing and laying resilient vinyl sheet floor covering 2 mm thick, having a vinyl plastic wear layer with backing intended for use in light commercial and residential buildings, duly fixed to the base floor using adhesive as approved by the manufacturer. Page 112 17.18 508.49 18.90 510.21 17.18 447.23 18.90 448.95

sqm

55.02

624.08

60.52

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14.103 Providing and laying Laminate wooden flooring (Grade AC3 or AC3+ laminates) 6 mm to 12 mm thick, having core made up of medium-density fibreboard (MDF),which is less resistant to impact damage and less resistant to being dented by heavy furniture, having a dcor layer to give each floor its appearance and consisting of one or more sheets of paper impregnated with melamine resin and top wear layer having clear aluminium oxide finish that protects the decorative layer & imparts the desired level of sheen, from full gloss to low gloss, duly fixed to the base floor using adhesive as approved by the manufacturer. NOTE:- AC3 Grade has no backing material while higher grades are provided with a cotton type sheet backing further backed by a sound proofing sheet backing. 14.104 Providing and laying Laminate wooden flooring (Grade AC4 or AC4+ laminates) 6 mm to 12 mm thick, having a good backing layer made up of plastic laminate or melamine, core made up of medium-density fibreboard (MDF),which is less resistant to impact damage and less resistant to being dented by heavy furniture, having a dcor layer to give each floor its appearance and consisting of one or more sheets of paper impregnated with melamine resin and top wear layer having clear aluminium oxide finish that protects the decorative layer & imparts the desired level of sheen, from full gloss to low gloss, duly fixed to the base floor using adhesive as approved by the manufacturer. 14.105 Deodar wood 40mm thick planking tongued and grooved flooring including fixing with screws complete. 14.106 Kail wood 40mm thick planking tongued and grooved flooring including fixing with screws complete. 14.107 Providing & fixing glass strips 3mm thick in floor (a) 40mm wide. (a) 40 mm wide Page 113

sqm

96.19

1368.24

105.81

1377.86

sqm

96.19

2022.66

105.81

2032.28

sqm

174.83

4087.52

192.31

4105.00

sqm

174.83

3811.81

192.31

3829.29

6.92

19.55

7.61

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(b) (c)

32 mm wide 25 mm wide

m m

6.92 6.92

17.02 14.07

7.61 7.61

17.71 14.76

14.108 Providing & fixing glass strips 4mm thick in floors. (a) (b) (c) (d) 50 mm wide 40 mm wide 32 mm wide 25 mm wide m m m m 6.92 6.92 6.92 6.92 30.81 25.16 23.75 22.35 7.61 7.61 7.61 7.61 31.50 25.85 24.44 23.04

14.109 Providing & fixing 4 mm thick marble strips in joints of terrazo / cement concrete floors.

(a) (b)

50 mm wide 40 mm wide

m m

6.92 6.92

31.58 43.92

7.61 7.61

32.27 44.61

14.110 Sand filling under floor and in wells of bridge foundation including handling within 100 metres. 14.111 Providing and fixing flat iron strip 40mmx5mm thick in flooring (in stepping of floor) including cutting straightening & fixing with nails etc. complete fixed in position.

cum

25.80

28.38

m 14.112 Dholpur stone tiles 25 mm thick in wall facing (lining) laid in any pattern as specified on 12.5 mm thick cement sand plaster 1:3 and jointed with neat cement slurry mixed with pigment to match the shade of stone including rubbing & polishing including labour for fixing cramps, pins & dowels etc. sqm 14.113 Butch work with rough dressed Dholpur stone 40 mm to 50 mm thick laid on 12.5 mm thick cement coarse sand mortar 1:3 including dressing & cutting the stone to required shape & size. 14.114 Fine dressed and machine rubbed red sand stone (from Agra) 25 mm to 50 mm thick lining on wall, pillars, skirting, dado & risers of steps laid in any pattern as specified on 12.5 mm thick cement coarse sand mortar 1:3 with neat cement slurry admixture of pigment to match the shade of stone including labour for fixing cramps, dowels, pins, etc.

15.99

61.33

17.59

62.93

538.26

1080.10

592.09

1133.93

sqm

538.26

1107.03

592.09

1160.86

sqm

370.79

953.02

407.87

990.10

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14.115 Deleted 14.116 Brick on edge flooring with bricks of class designation 105 , including cement slurry etc. complete in cement mortar 1:4 with F.P.S. bricks.

sqm

71.53

412.95

78.68

420.10

14.117 Providing and laying 50 mm thick factory made cement concrete interlocking paver block of M-30 grade made by block making machine with strong vibratory compaction and of approved size and design / shape laid in ordinary grey colour and pattern over and including 50 mm thick compacted bed of coarse sand, filling the joints with fine sand etc, all complete as per directions of Engineer-in-Charge for Non traffic Areas such as Building Premises, monument premises, landscapes, public gardens / parks, domestic drives, paths & patios, embankment slopes, sand stabilization area, etc. sqm 14.118 Providing and laying 50 mm thick factory made cement concrete interlocking paver block of M-30 grade made by block making machine with strong vibratory compaction and of approved size and design / shape laid in Dark fast Colour and pattern over and including 50 mm thick compacted bed of coarse sand, filling the joints with fine sand etc, all complete as per directions of Engineer-in-Charge for Non traffic Areas such as Building Premises, monument premises, landscapes, public gardens / parks, domestic drives, paths & patios, embankment slopes, sand stabilization area, etc. sqm 120.78 546.16 132.86 558.24 120.78 500.92 132.86 513.00

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14.119 Providing and laying 60 mm thick factory made cement concrete interlocking paver block of M-35 grade made by block making machine with strong vibratory compaction and of approved size and design / shape laid in Ordinary Grey Colour and pattern over and including 50 mm thick compacted bed of coarse sand, filling the joints with fine sand etc, all complete as per directions of Engineer-in-Charge for Light Traffic Areas such as Pedestrian plazas, shopping complexes, ramps, car parks, office driveways, housing colonies, office complexes, rural roads with low volume traffic, farm houses, beach sites, tourist resorts, local authority footways, residential roads, etc. sqm 14.120 Providing and laying 60 mm thick factory made cement concrete interlocking paver block of M-35 grade made by block making machine with strong vibratory compaction and of approved size and design / shape laid in Dark fast Colour and pattern over and including 50 mm thick compacted bed of coarse sand, filling the joints with fine sand etc, all complete as per directions of Engineer-in-Charge for Light Traffic Areas such as Pedestrian plazas, shopping complexes, ramps, car parks, office driveways, housing colonies, office complexes, rural roads with low volume traffic, farm houses, beach sites, tourist resorts, local authority footways, residential roads, etc. 14.121 Providing and laying 80 mm thick factory made cement concrete interlocking paver block of M- 40 grade made by block making machine with strong vibratory compaction and of approved size and design / shape laid in Ordinary Grey Colour and pattern over and including 50 mm thick compacted bed of coarse sand, filling the joints with fine sand etc, all complete as per directions of Engineer-in-Charge for Medium Traffic Areas such as City streets, small & medium market roads, low volume roads, utility cuts on arterial roads, etc. sqm 120.78 827.39 132.86 839.47 120.78 537.34 132.86 549.42

sqm

120.78

591.99

132.86

604.07

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14.122 Providing and laying 80 mm thick factory made cement concrete interlocking paver block of M- 40 grade made by block making machine with strong vibratory compaction and of approved size and design / shape laid in Dark fast Colour and pattern over and including 50 mm thick compacted bed of coarse sand, filling the joints with fine sand etc, all complete as per directions of Engineer-in-Charge or Medium Traffic Areas such as City streets, small & medium market roads, low volume roads, utility cuts on arterial roads, etc. sqm 14.123 Providing and laying 100 mm thick factory made cement concrete interlocking paver block of M- 50 grade made by block making machine with strong vibratory compaction and of approved size and design / shape laid in Ordinary Grey Colour and pattern over and including 50 mm thick compacted bed of coarse sand, filling the joints with fine sand etc, all complete as per directions of Engineer-in-Charge for Heavy Traffic Areas such as Bus terminals, Industrial complexes, mandi houses, roads on expansive soils, factory floor, service stations, Industrial pavements. sqm 14.124 Providing and laying 100 mm thick factory made cement concrete interlocking paver block of M- 50 grade made by block making machine with strong vibratory compaction and of approved size and design / shape laid in Dark fast Colour and pattern over and including 50 mm thick compacted bed of coarse sand, filling the joints with fine sand etc, all complete as per directions of Engineer-in-Charge for Heavy Traffic Areas such as Bus terminals, Industrial complexes, mandi houses, roads on expansive soils, factory floor, service stations, Industrial pavements. sqm 148.74 1066.21 163.61 1081.08 148.74 1020.96 163.61 1035.83 120.78 872.64 132.86 884.72

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14.125 Providing and laying 120 mm thick factory made cement concrete interlocking paver block of M- 55 grade made by block making machine with strong vibratory compaction and of approved size and design / shape laid in Ordinary Grey Colour and pattern over and including 50 mm thick compacted bed of Coarse sand, filling the joints with fine sand etc, all complete as per directions of Engineer-in-Charge for Very Heavy Traffic Areas such as Container terminals, ports, docks yards, mine access roads, bulk cargo handling areas, airport pavements, etc. sqm 14.126 Providing and laying 120 mm thick factory made cement concrete interlocking paver block of M-55 grade as per IS: made by block making machine with strong vibratory compaction and of approved size and design / shape laid in Dark fast Colour and pattern over and including 50 mm thick compacted bed of coarse sand, filling the joints with fine sand etc, all complete as per directions of Engineer-in-Charge for Very Heavy Traffic Areas such as Container terminals, ports, docks yards, mine access roads, bulk cargo handling areas, airport pavements, etc. sqm 148.74 1178.65 163.61 1193.52 148.74 1131.82 163.61 1146.69

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14.127 Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles of Size 600 x 600 mm in different sizes in light colour shades made using Soluble Salt Technology (thickness to be specified by the manufacturer) with water absorptions less than 0.08% and conforming to IS : 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades, laid on 20mm thick cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement: 4 fine sand), complete. (Soluble salt Print Penetration should be up to 1 to 2 mm after the tiles are fired & polished ). (Soluble Salt Technology :- SST is an old and cheaper technology and is meant for tiles placed in low traffic areas. In this process, the yet unfired tile body is given a liquid colour screen-printing to create the design on the tile. It is called Soluble Salt Technology because soluble salt is used for giving the tile a particular pattern and colour. With this technology 2 - 2.7mm print are penetrated into the tile. Once the tiles have been fired and polished in order to create a glossy surface, approximately 0.7mm of the soluble print is shaved off, leaving a total print penetration of only 1 to 2 mm.) sqm 14.128 Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles of Size 600 x 600 mm in different sizes in light colour shades made using Double Charge technology (thickness to be specified by the manufacturer) with water absorptions less than 0.08% and conforming to IS : 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades, laid on 20mm thick cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement: 4 fine sand), complete. (Design is homogenous throughout the tile body). (Double Charge technology :-Double Charge technology is far more advanced than SST. This technology uses granules in order to create different shades. Tiles using this technology are ideal for high-traffic areas. These are the latest technologies of making vitrified tiles. In these technologies, design is brought in a tile by using dry colour powders during the tile body (green tiles) is being pressed in a tile press. This is also called random powder technology which is considered as the latest method of manufacturing Vitrified Tiles. Here designs are found throughout the tile body.) sqm 121.42 1198.11 133.56 1210.25 121.42 832.86 133.56 845.00

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14.129 Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles 600x600mm size premium quality, manufactured using Soluble Salt Technology, with water absorption less than 0.08% and conforming to IS: 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades, laid on 20mm thick cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement :4 fine sand ) for new flooring laid with cement based high polymer modified quick set tile adhesive (water based) of approved make IS 15477 marked using 5 Kg adhesive per sqm of tile area in average 3mm thickness over existing base etc., complete 14.130 Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles 600x600mm size premium quality, manufactured using Double Charge Technology, with water absorption less than 0.08% and conforming to IS: 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades, laid on 20mm thick cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement :4 fine sand) for new flooring laid with cement based high polymer modified quick set tile adhesive (water based) of approved make IS 15477 marked using 5 Kg adhesive per sqm of tile area in average 3mm thickness over existing base,etc. complete (Design is homogenous throughout the tile body). 14.131 Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles 600x600mm size premium quality, manufactured using Soluble Salt Technology, with water absorption less than 0.08% and conforming to IS: 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades, laid on 20mm thick cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement :4 fine sand ) for new flooring laid with cement based high polymer modified quick set tile adhesive (water based) of approved make IS 15477 marked using 5 Kg adhesive per sqm of tile area in average 3mm thickness over existing base, including grouting the joints (Tiles to be laid with 2mm to 3 mm gap using spacers and later this gap to be filled with cement based grout) with Cement base grout and matching pigments etc., complete

sqm

121.42

887.60

133.56

899.74

sqm

121.42

1252.84

133.56

1264.98

sqm

194.28

1006.74

213.71

1026.17

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14.132 Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles 600x600mm size premium quality, manufactured using Double Charge Technology, with water absorption less than 0.08% and conforming to IS: 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades, laid on 20mm thick cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement :4 fine sand) for new flooring laid with cement based high polymer modified quick set tile adhesive (water based) of approved make IS 15477 marked using 5 Kg adhesive per sqm of tile area in average 3mm thickness over existing base, including grouting the joints (Tiles to be laid with 2mm to 3 mm gap using spacers and later this gap to be filled with cement based grout). with cement based grout and matching pigments etc., complete (Design is homogenous throughout the tile body). sqm 14.133 Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles 600x600mm size premium quality, manufactured using Soluble Salt Technology, with water absorption less than 0.08% and conforming to IS: 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades, laid on existing flooring laid with cement based high polymer modified quick set tile adhesive (water based) of approved make IS 15477 marked using 5 Kg adhesive per sqm of tile area in average 3mm thickness over existing base etc., complete 14.134 Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles 600x600mm size premium quality, manufactured using Double Charge Technology, with water absorption less than 0.08% and conforming to IS: 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades, laid on existing flooring with cement based high polymer modified quick set tile adhesive (water based) of approved make IS 15477 marked using 5 Kg adhesive per sqm of tile area in average 3mm thickness over existing base,etc. complete (Design is homogenous throughout the tile body). 194.28 1372.00 213.71 1391.43

sqm

121.42

859.26

133.56

871.40

sqm

121.42

1224.50

133.56

1236.64

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14.135 Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles 600x600mm size premium quality, manufactured using Soluble Salt Technology, with water absorption less than 0.08% and conforming to IS: 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades, laid on existing flooring laid with cement based high polymer modified quick set tile adhesive (water based) of approved make IS 15477 marked using 5 Kg adhesive per sqm of tile area in average 3mm thickness over existing base, including grouting the joints (Tiles to be laid with 2mm to 3 mm gap using spacers and later this gap to be filled with cement based grout) with Cement base grout and matching pigments etc., complete 14.136 Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles 600x600mm size premium quality, manufactured using Double Charge Technology, with water absorption less than 0.08% and conforming to IS: 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades, laid on existing flooring with cement based high polymer modified quick set tile adhesive (water based) of approved make IS 15477 marked using 5 Kg adhesive per sqm of tile area in average 3mm thickness over existing base, including grouting the joints (Tiles to be laid with 2mm to 3 mm gap using spacers and later this gap to be filled with cement based grout). with cement based grout and matching pigments etc., complete (Design is homogenous throughout the tile body).

sqm

194.28

979.74

213.71

999.17

sqm 14.137 Extra Cost for using darker fast shade Vitrified or Rectified Tiles instead of lighter shades.

194.28

1343.64

213.71

1363.07

sqm

176.74

176.74

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14.138 Providing and laying Rectified Porcelain floor tiles 400x400mm or more (thickness to be specified by the manufacturer) of premium quality conforming to IS:15622 of approved make in all colours laid on 20mm thick bed of Cement Mortar 1:4 (1 Cement : 4 Fine sand) for new flooring complete Rectified tiles have finished edges allowing them to be placed closer together for a narrower grout joint as opposed to other tiles and are more expensive. Unlike typical factory-edged tile, rectified tile is cut to size after the firing process. This process creates a precise, 90 degree angle edge and, as a result, can be laid with a tighter grout joint than un rectified tile. It gives a smooth, sophisticated and continuous look to the floor. Using a rectified tile allows you to place the tiles much closer together using tighter joint spacing. This makes the grout less visible as there is actually less grout used. When a wide space is used between tiles, the grout becomes a distinct part of the design and if the grout does not blend well with the tiles it can create a less than professional looking finish. In addition, the grout can easily become soiled and discoloured over time and will detract from the look of the tile itself. sqm 14.139 Providing and laying Rectified Porcelain floor tiles 400x400mm or more (thickness to be specified by the manufacturer) of premium quality conforming to IS:15622 of approved make in all colours laid on 20mm thick bed of Cement Mortar 1:4 (1 Cement : 4 Fine sand) for new flooring or laid with cement based high polymer modified quick set tile adhesive (water based) of approved make IS 15477 marked using 5 Kg adhesive per sqm of tile area in average 3mm thickness over existing floor, including pointing the joints with white cement and matching pigments etc., complete sqm 14.140 Deduct for not using 20mm thick cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4 fine sand) bedding in laying of floor tiles. 143.79 892.29 158.17 906.67 143.79 837.56 158.17 851.94

sqm

72.85

118.63

80.14

125.92

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14.141 Providing and fixing 1st quality ceramic glazed wall tiles conforming to IS : 15622 (thickness to be specified by the manufacture of approved make in all colours, shades except burgundy, bottle green, black of size 200 x 300 mm as approved by Engineer-in-Charge in skirting, risers of steps and dados over 12 mm thick bed of cement Mortar 1:4 (1 cement: 4 fine sand) and jointing with grey cement slurry @ 3.3kg per sqm including pointing in white cement mixed with pigment of matching shade complete. 14.142 Providing and fixing 1st quality ceramic glazed wall tiles conforming to IS : 15622 (thickness to be specified by the manufacture of approved make in all colours, shades except burgundy, bottle green, black of size 250 x 330 mm as approved by Engineer-in-Charge in skirting, risers of steps and dados over 12 mm thick bed of cement Mortar 1:4 (1 cement: 4 coarse sand) and jointing with grey cement slurry @ 3.3kg per sqm including pointing in white cement mixed with pigment of matching shade complete. 14.143 Providing and fixing 1st quality ceramic glazed wall tiles conforming to IS : 15622 (thickness to be specified by the manufacture of approved make in all colours, shades except burgundy, bottle green, black of size 310 x 450 mm as approved by Engineer-in-Charge in skirting, risers of steps and dados over 12 mm thick bed of cement Mortar 1:4 (1 cement: 4 coarse sand) and jointing with grey cement slurry @ 3.3kg per sqm including pointing in white cement mixed with pigment of matching shade complete.

sqm

111.13

500.62

122.24

511.73

sqm

111.13

553.13

122.24

564.24

sqm

111.13

706.64

122.24

717.75

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14.144 Providing and fixing 1st quality ceramic glazed wall tiles conforming to IS : 15622 (thickness to be specified by the manufacture of approved make in all colours, shades except burgundy, bottle green, black of size 300 x 600 mm as approved by Engineer-in-Charge in skirting, risers of steps and dados over 12 mm thick bed of cement Mortar 1:4 (1 cement: 4 coarse sand) and jointing with grey cement slurry @ 3.3kg per sqm including pointing in white cement mixed with pigment of matching shade complete. 14.145 Providing and fixing 1st quality ceramic glazed wall tiles conforming to IS : 15622 (thickness to be specified by the manufacture of approved make in all colours, shades except burgundy, bottle green, black of size 600 x 600 mm as approved by Engineer-in-Charge in skirting, risers of steps and dados over 12 mm thick bed of cement Mortar 1:4 (1 cement: 4 coarse sand) and jointing with grey cement slurry @ 3.3kg per sqm including pointing in white cement mixed with pigment of matching shade complete. 14.146 Providing and fixing 10mm thick acid and/or alkali resistant tiles 300 mm x 300 mm of approved make and colour using acid and/or alkali resisting mortar bedding and joints filled with acid and/or alkali resisting cement as per IS : 4457 complete as per the direction of Engineer-in- Charge, in flooring or in dado / skirting on a bed of 12 mm thick mortar 1 : 4 (1 acid proof cement: 4 coarse sand).

sqm

121.42

699.42

133.56

711.56

sqm

121.42

767.43

133.56

779.57

sqm

121.42

911.92

133.56

924.06

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14.147 Providing and applying Anti Termite Treatment using pre constructional chemical treatment measures as per IS - 6313 - 2001 ( Part 2 ) & using Chemical containing chloropyrifos systemic insecticide diluted to manufacturer's specifications (i) In foundation pits, by treating the bottom & sides up to height of 300mm by uniformly spraying solution @ 5 Litre / sqm (ii) In the refill earth on both sides of all built up walls @ 7.5 Litre / Running meter (width - 300 mm, depth - 450 mm) (iii) Before laying the floor, by uniformly sprinkling the top surface of the consolidated earth within the outer perimeter @ 5 Litre solution per sqm.

One Litre of Chlorop yrifos chemical solution with 20 % dilution

36.54

258.74

40.19

262.39

14.148 Providing and applying Anti Termite Treatment using post constructional chemical treatment measures as per IS 6313 - 2001 ( Part 3 ) & using Chemical containing chloropyrifos systemic insecticide diluted to manufacturer's specifications by drilling holes in the floor slab & along skirting 300 mm apart & 110 mm dia, drilling holes along all possible entry points such as junctions of floor and walls, door frames, sewage lines, entry points , etc. & injecting them with the chemical solution including cost of reparing/making the hole in good condition.

One Litre of Chlorop yrifos chemical solution with 20 % dilution

332.84

555.04

366.12

588.32

14.149 Katani marble flooring 15mm to 20mm thick over 12.5mm thick base of Cement mortar 1:3 laid and jointed with white cement slurry with pigment to mater the shade of marble including rubbing & Polishing.

Tiles Size 45 cm x 60 cm & above 14.150 Baroda green marble flooring 15mm to 20mm thick over 12.5mm thick base of Cement mortar 1:3 laid and jointed with white cement slurry with pigment to match the shade of marble including rubbing & Polishing. Tiles Size 45 cm x 60 cm & above

sqm

559.92

1934.01

615.91

1990.00

sqm

559.92

1749.17

615.91

1805.16

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

14.151 Mandana stone tile flooring 15mm to 20 mm thick over 12.5mm thick base of cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement, 3 Sand) laid and jointed with neat cement slurry, mixed with pigment to match the shade of stone including rubbing and polishing. 14.152 Providing and Laying Out Door Precast Designer chequered tiles of any size & any shape 25mm thickness having top layer of white cement mixed with pigment, laid on 20mm thick bed of ordinary cement mortar 1:3(1 ordinary cement :3 fine sand), joints grouted with white cement slurry containing pigment to match the shade complete in all respect as per specifications and to the entire satisfaction of engineer- in- charge.

sqm

436.22

980.99

479.84

1024.61

sqm

75.84

774.39

83.42

781.97

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CHAPTER NO. 15 PLASTERING & POINTING


Notes :(i) Unless otherwise stated the labour rates include the rehandling of materials within 100 metres.

(ii)

The rates include the cost of water, where the water is supplied free by department, the rates shall be reduced suitably. The rates for plastering, pointing given below are for superstructure upto 4 metres height whether the first storey or the subsequent storeys. In case any single storey exceeds 4 metres height (as in case of overhead-reservoir and outer face of walls etc.) the labour as well as through rates of plaster and pointing shall be increased by 1.20 per sqm. for every additional height of 4 metres or part thereof. The labour rates for item no. 15.53 to 15.57 include the cost of Earth, Bhusa and Gobri etc. The rates of lime plaster and pointing in this chapter have been worked out on the basis of lime putty. The labour rates given in this chapter include the cost of water, tools and plant and scaffolding all types of sundries etc. labour and materials. Description Unit Plains Labour Rate Through Rate
5

(iii)

(iv) (v)

(vi) Sr. No.

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

15.1

Plastering on walls 6 mm thick cement plaster 1:2 Plastering on walls 6 mm thick cement plaster 1:3 Plastering on walls 6 mm thick cement plaster 1:4 10 mm thick cement plaster 1:2 10 mm thick cement plaster 1:3 10 mm thick cement plaster 1:4 12.5 mm thick cement plaster 1:2 12.5 mm thick cement plaster 1:3 12.5 mm thick cement plaster 1:4 12.5 mm thick cement plaster 1:5 12.5 mm thick cement plaster 1:6

sqm

36.14

67.37

39.75

70.98

15.2

sqm

36.14

61.49

39.75

65.10

15.3

sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

36.14 36.14 36.14 36.14 45.18 45.18 45.18 45.18 45.18

55.59 82.54 74.16 65.33 107.18 95.86 84.10 76.18 71.74

39.75 39.75 39.75 39.75 49.70 49.70 49.70 49.70 49.70

59.20 86.15 77.77 68.94 111.70 100.38 88.62 80.70 76.26

15.4 15.5 15.6 15.7 15.8 15.9 15.10 15.11

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

15.12

12.5mm thick raised cement mortar bend per metre / drip course in cement mortar 1:3 long and per cm wide 12.5mm thick raised cement mortar bend per metre / drip course in cement mortar 1:4 long and per cm wide 16mm thick cement plaster 1:2 in two coat work 16mm thick cement plaster 1:3 in two coat work 16mm thick cement plaster 1:4 in two coat work 16 mm thick cement plaster 1:5 in two coat work 20mm thick cement plaster 1:2 in two coat work 20mm thick cement plaster 1:3 in two coat work 20mm thick cement plaster 1:4 in two coat work 20mm thick cement plaster 1:5 in two coat work Extra for plastering exterior walls of height more than 10 m from ground level for every additional height of 3 m or part thereof.

1.56

2.07

1.71

2.22

15.13

1.57

1.96

1.72

2.11

15.14

sqm

44.39

122.39

48.83

126.83

15.15

sqm

44.39

107.39

48.83

111.83

15.16

sqm

44.39

93.39

48.83

97.83

15.17

sqm

44.39

83.39

48.83

87.83

15.18

sqm

56.22

149.22

61.84

154.84

15.19

sqm

56.22

132.22

61.84

137.84

15.20

sqm

56.22

114.22

61.84

119.84

15.21

sqm

56.22

103.22

61.84

108.84

15.22

sqm

14.09

14.09

15.50

15.50

15.23

20mm thick cement mortar bend/ drip per metre long and course in cement mortar 1:4 per cm wide 12.5 mm thick lime surkhi sand plaster 1:1:1 12.5 mm thick cement lime sand plaster 1:1:6 12.5 mm thick lime surkhi plaster 1:2

2.35

2.93

2.58

3.17

15.24

sqm

45.18

79.18

49.70

83.70

15.25

sqm sqm

45.18 45.18

107.18 79.18

49.70 49.70

111.70 83.70

15.26

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

15.27

12.5 mm thick lime surkhi plaster 2:3 (2 lime and 3 surkhi) 20mm thick cement plaster 1:6 in two coats work 20mm thick lime surkhi plaster 1:2 in two coats work 25mm thick cement lime plaster 1:1:6 25mm thick cement plaster 1:2 in 2 coats work 25mm thick cement plaster 1:3 in 2 coats work 25mm thick cement plaster 1:4 in 2 coats work 25mm thick cement plaster 1:5 in two coats work 25mm thick cement plaster 1:6 in two coats work 10mm thick cement plaster 1:2 on floors.

sqm

45.18

88.18

49.70

92.70

15.28

sqm

56.22

96.22

61.84

101.84

15.29

sqm sqm

36.14 56.22

99.84 130.22

39.75 61.84

103.45 135.84

15.30 15.31

sqm

56.22

180.22

61.84

185.84

15.32

sqm

56.22

157.22

61.84

162.84

15.33

sqm

56.22

134.22

61.84

139.84

15.34

sqm

56.22

119.22

61.84

124.84

15.35

sqm

56.22

109.22

61.84

114.84

15.36

sqm 15.37 10mm thick cement plaster 1:3 on floors. sqm 15.38 10mm thick cement plaster 1 : 4 on floors. sqm 15.39 12.5mm thick cement plaster 1:2 on floors. 12.5mm thick cement plaster 1:3 on floors. Plastering on under side of ceiling 6mm thick cement plaster 1:3 Plastering on under side of ceiling 6mm thick cement plaster 1:4 Plastering on underside of ceiling 10 mm thick cement plaster 1:3

33.29

80.29

36.62

83.62

33.29

71.29

36.62

74.62

33.29

62.29

36.62

65.62

sqm

36.14

98.14

39.75

101.75

15.40

sqm

36.14

87.14

39.75

90.75

15.41

sqm

45.18

70.18

49.70

74.70

15.42

sqm

45.18

64.18

49.70

68.70

15.43

sqm

45.18

83.18

49.70

87.70

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

15.44

Plastering on underside of ceiling 10 mm thick cement plaster 1:4 12.5mm thick cement plaster 1:4 MISCELLANEOUS (Extra for mixing soap solution 1% for cement plastering)

sqm sqm

45.18 45.18

74.18 84.18

49.70 49.70

78.70 88.70

15.45 15.46

sqm

1.04

17.34

1.14

17.44

15.47

Extra for providing and mixing water proofing material (Liquid or powder) in cement plaster work as per manufacturer guideline and to the entire satisfaction of per bag Engineer-in-charge. of cement Cement rendering on plaster 1mm thick 12.5mm thick cement plaster in damp proof course 1:3 with two coats of bitumen at 1.65Kg. Per sqm laid hot and sanded (a) (b) Vertical Horizontal sqm sqm sqm

10.39 20.13

49.39 29.13

11.43 22.14

50.43 31.14

15.48 15.49

42.88 32.13

176.88 166.13

47.17 35.34

181.17 169.34

15.50

20 mm thick cement plaster in damp proof course 1:3 with two coats of bitumen at 1.65Kg. Per sqm laid hot and sanded

(a) (b) 15.51

Vertical Horizontal

sqm sqm

50.60 60.03

146.60 156.03

55.66 66.03

151.66 162.03

40 mm thick cement plaster D.P.C. 1:3 with admixture of water proofing compound @ 1 Kg/ Bag of cement. Bearing Plaster of 10 mm thick cement mortar 1:3 cement sand finished with a floating coat of neat cement and thick coat of Lime wash / P.O.P. on top of walls when dry for bearing of R.C.C. slabs & beams. Mud plaster 12.5mm thick with gobri leeping including all materials on walls. Mud plaster 25 mm thick with gobri leeping including all materials on walls.

sqm

101.20

272.20

111.32

282.32

15.52

sqm

48.75

75.82

53.63

80.70

15.53

sqm

21.44

27.48

23.58

29.62

15.54

sqm

21.44

32.62

23.58

34.76

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

15.55

Mud plaster - 12.5mm thick with gobri leeping including all materials on Floors & Roofs. Mud plaster on floor and roofs 25mm thick with gobri leeping including all materials on Floor & Roofs. Gobri leeping including all Materials on floors & roofs. Lime pointing 2:3 weathered and struck. Cement pointing 1:2 deep variety. Cement pointing 1:3 deep variety Flush/ Ruled/ Struck or weathered pointing on tile brick work with cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement :3 fine sand). Lime pointing 2:3 flush on brick walls Cement pointing flush 1:2 flush on stone walls Cement pointing 1:2 (Raised) on stone walls Striking joints in lime or cement on brick walls Cement pointing 1:2 flush on brick on edge flooring Cement pointing 1:2 flush on flat brick flooring Cement pointing flush 1:2 under side of roofs with bricks tiles 30cmx15cm Cement pointing on stone slab pavement with cement mortar 1:2

sqm

17.06

23.10

18.77

24.81

15.56

sqm

17.06

28.24

18.77

29.95

15.57

sqm sqm sqm sqm

7.57 46.15 46.15 46.15

7.96 58.15 60.15 56.15

8.33 50.76 50.76 50.76

8.72 62.76 64.76 60.76

15.58 15.59 15.60 15.61

sqm sqm

63.68 29.66

78.58 37.66

70.05 32.63

84.95 40.63

15.62 15.63

sqm

41.01

61.01

45.11

65.11

15.64

sqm

55.84

95.84

61.42

101.42

15.65

sqm

37.33

37.33

41.06

41.06

15.66

sqm

29.66

43.66

32.63

46.63

15.67

sqm

23.50

34.36

25.85

36.71

15.68

sqm

24.78

32.84

27.26

35.32

15.69

sqm

24.78

31.59

27.26

34.07

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

15.70

Washed stone grit plaster on exterior walls of height up to 10 M. above ground level in two layers, under layer 12.5mm cement plaster 1:4 (1 cement : 4 coarse sand ) furrowing coarse sand : 2 stone chipping 10mm nominal size) in panels with groove all around 2 Kg of cement per square metre, top layer 15mm cement plaster 1:1/2:2 (1 cement: 1/2the under layer with scratching tool, applying cement slurry on the under layer @ 2 as per approved pattern including scrubbing and washing, the top layer with brushes and water to expose the stone chippings, complete as per specification and direction of Engineer-in- charge (Payment for providing grooves shall be made separately). sqm 179.72 225.88 197.69 243.85

15.71

Forming groove of uniform size in the top layer of washed stone grit plaster as per approved pattern using wooden battens, nailed to the under layer including removal of wooden battens, repair to the edges of panels and finishing the groove complete as per specifications and direction of the Engineer-in-charge : 15 mm wide and 15 mm deep groove m 12.89 13.99 14.18 15.28

15.72

Forming groove of uniform size in the top layer of washed stone grit plaster as per approved pattern using wooden battens, nailed to the under layer including removal of wooden battens, repair to the edges of panels and finishing the groove complete as per specifications and direction of the Engineer-in-charge : 20 mm wide and 15 mm deep groove m 12.89 14.36 14.18 15.65

15.73

Extra for washed stone grit plaster on exterior walls of height more than 10m from ground Extra for washed stone grit plaster on circular work not exceeding 6m in radius (in two coats).

sqm

36.02

36.02

39.62

39.62

15.74

sqm

30.81

30.81

33.89

33.89

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

15.75

Forming groove of uniform size from 12xl2mm and upto 25xl5mm in plastered surface as per approved pattern using wooden battens, nailed to the under layer including removal of wooden battens, repairs to the edges of plaster panel and finishing the groove complete as per specifications and direction of the Engineer-in-Charge. Extra for using white cement in place of ordinary cement in the top layer of the item of washed stone grit, plaster. Floor polishing on masonry or concrete floors with wax polish of approved brand.

12.89

14.16

14.18

15.45

15.76

sqm

81.40

81.40

15.77

sqm 15.78 Providing and fixing facing extruded clay Tile (Glass Reinforced Clay Tiles (GRC)) any size any shade & design on wall with under layer of 12 mm thick cement plaster 1:3 and jointed with neat cement matched with pigment complete as per drawings,specifications and to the entire satisfaction of engineer- in- charge. sqm

18.00

20.81

19.80

22.61

537.70

1339.48

591.47

1393.25

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CHAPTER NO. 16 WHITE WASHING, DISTEMPERING, PAINTING & POLISHING


Notes :(i) Unless otherwise stated the labour rates include the rehandling of materials within 100 metres.

(ii)

The rates include the cost of water, where the water is supplied free by department, the rates shall be reduced suitably. The rates for white washing, distempering, painting and decorative cement based paints etc. given below are for superstructure upto 4 metres height whether the first storey or the subsequent storeys. In case any single storey exceeds 4 metres height (as in case of overhead-reservoir and outer face of walls etc.) the labour as well as through rates shall be increased by Rs. 0.50 per sqm for every additional height of 4 metres or part thereof. Rates for distempering with dry and oil bound distemper have been provided in this chapter. These rates have been based on superior quality distempers, manufactured by standard firms. The use of inferior distempers and Country frisco shall not be permitted as they never give proper quality of lasting surface.

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

Work against items of filling i.e. on 16.6 and 16.7 shall be got done only after approval of the Engineer-in-charge. The labour rates given in this chapter include the cost of water, tools and plant and scaffolding all types of sundries etc. labour and materials. The special quality paints will be first quality paints manufactured by reputed firms like Nerolac, Asian, Berger, J&N, ICI or equivalent, approved by the Engineer-in-Charge. The labour rates given in this chapter include the cost of tools and plant, i.e. painting brush etc. and scaffolding wherever required. The rates given in item No. 16.49, 16.50, 16.51, 16.52, 16.55, 16.56, 16.57 and 16.58 are inclusive of printing and lettering. Description of Item Unit Plains Sub-Mountainous

(vi)

(vii)

(viii)

(ix) Sr. No.

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

16.1

White washing (First coat or subsequent one coat). White washing (two coat) White washing (Three coat) Colour Washing ( First coat or subsequent coat). Colour washing (two coats)

sqm sqm sqm

2.33 3.50 4.67

3.50 5.41 7.27

2.56 3.85 5.14

3.73 5.76 7.74

16.2 16.3 16.4

sqm sqm

4.67 6.23

7.39 11.14

5.14 6.85

7.86 11.76

16.5

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Description of Item

Unit

Plains

Sub-Mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

16.6

Preparation of plastered surfaces for distempering including surface, applying filling with approved quality filler consisting of plaster of Paris and chalk mitti including finishing the surface to the required finish complete. Preparation of concrete or plastered surfaces for painting or oil-bound distemper including sand papering the surface applying one coat of linseed oil and filling with approved quality filler, consisting of white lead, linseed-oil varnish and chalk mitti including finishing the surface to the required finish complete.

sqm

23.71

25.02

26.08

27.39

16.7

sqm 16.8 Distempering with dry distemper of approved manufacture two coats over one priming coat to give an even shade. sqm 16.9 Distempering with dry distemper of approved manufacture one coat on old distempered work.

27.75

83.68

30.53

86.46

18.34

26.18

20.17

28.01

sqm

9.17

11.32

10.09

12.24

16.10 Distempering with dry distemper of approved manufacture two coats on old distempetered surface. sqm 16.11 Distempering with Acrylic washable oil bound distemper (of approved manufacture) two coats over one priming coat to give an even shade. 16.12 Distempering with Acrylic washable oil bound distemper (of approved manufacture) one coat over one priming coat on old distempered surface. 16.13 Distempering with Acrylic washable oil bound distemper (of approved manufacture) two coats on old distempered work. 16.14 Finishing walls with exterior decorative cement based paint such as snowcem, robbiacem etc. two coats to give an even shade. 16.15 Finishing walls with exterior decorative cement based such as snowecem, robbiacem etc. on old work one coat to give an even shade. Page 136 15.23 19.53 16.75 21.05

sqm

21.45

35.60

23.60

37.75

sqm

10.15

16.22

11.17

17.24

sqm

15.39

24.49

16.93

26.03

sqm

15.23

43.54

16.75

45.06

sqm

10.15

19.00

11.17

20.02 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description of Item

Unit

Plains

Sub-Mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

16.16 Preparation of plywood surface for painting including sand papering the surface and applying filling with approved quality fillers consisting of white lead, linseed oil, Varnish, and Chalk Mitti including finishing the surface to required finish complete. 16.17 Applying pink primer or aluminum priming coat on wood work including preparation of surface knotting and stopping etc. (a) (b) With special quality paint With ordinary quality Paint

sqm

12.71

27.09

13.98

28.36

sqm sqm

8.81 8.81

16.40 15.59

9.69 9.69

17.28 16.47

16.18 Painting two coats excluding priming coat with synthetic enamel paint in all shades on wood work, metallic or plastered, concrete surface to give an even shade.

(a) (b)

With special quality paint With ordinary quality Paint with synthetic enamel on old wood work or or concrete surface to including rubbing down

sqm sqm

15.42 15.42

46.48 39.58

16.96 16.96

48.02 41.12

16.19 Painting two coats paints in all shades metallic or plastered give an even shade old paint. (a) (b)

With special quality paint With ordinary quality Paint

sqm sqm

17.13 17.13

42.36 36.76

18.84 18.84

44.07 38.47

16.20 Painting one coat with synthetic enamel paint in all shades on old wood work or metallic or plastered or concrete surfaces to give an even shade including rubbing down old paint.

(a) (b)

With special quality paint With ordinary quality paint

sqm sqm

9.79 9.79

23.71 20.62

10.77 10.77

24.69 21.60

16.21 Applying priming coat with metal primer on new steel or iron work including preparation of surface. (a) (b) With special quality paint With ordinary quality Paint Page 137 sqm sqm 7.61 7.61 13.79 13.01 8.37 8.37 14.55 13.77 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description of Item

Unit

Plains

Sub-Mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

16.22 Painting two coats excluding priming coat with ready mixed paint for metallic surfaces in all shades on steel or iron work

(a) (b)

With special quality paint With ordinary quality paint

sqm sqm

15.85 15.85

41.40 36.18

17.44 17.44

42.99 37.77

16.23 Painting one coat with ready mixed paint of metallic surfaces in all shades on old steel or iron works. (a) (b) With special quality paint With ordinary quality paint sqm sqm 9.75 9.75 21.06 18.75 10.73 10.73 22.04 19.73

16.24 Painting two coats on iron sheets roofing with ready mixed Paint in all shades to give an even shade (a) (b) With special quality paint With ordinary quality paint sqm sqm 19.32 19.32 50.73 44.32 21.25 21.25 52.66 46.25

16.25 Painting one coat on iron sheets roofing with ready mixed paint in all shades on old work to give an even shade. (a) (b) With special quality paint With ordinary quality paint sqm sqm 11.15 11.15 30.98 26.93 12.27 12.27 32.10 28.05

16.26 Painting two coats with aluminum paint to give an even shade excluding priming coat

(a) (b)

With special quality paint With ordinary quality paint

sqm sqm

18.79 18.79

38.18 34.13

20.67 20.67

40.06 36.01

16.27 Painting one coat with aluminum paint on old work to give an even shade (a) (b) With special quality paint With ordinary quality paint sqm sqm 11.46 11.46 20.74 18.80 12.61 12.61 21.89 19.95

16.28 Painting two coats with anticorrosive bitumastic Paint to give an even shade with special quality paint.

sqm

17.26

39.23

18.99

40.96

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Description of Item

Unit

Plains

Sub-Mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

16.29 Painting one coat with anti corrosive bitumastic paint on old work to give an even shade with special quality paint. 16.30 Painting two coats anticorrosive ordourless black bitumastic paint inside steel water tanks with special quality paint. 16.31 Painting one coat with anticorrosive ordourless black bitumastic paint inside old steel water tank with special quality paint. 16.32 Applying priming coat with cement primer in all shade on newly plastered or concrete exterior surface 16.33 Floor painting two coats with epoxy paint in all shades on work to give an even shade.

sqm

10.97

21.95

12.07

23.05

sqm

18.45

30.88

20.30

32.73

sqm

11.50

17.71

12.65

18.86

sqm

5.94

16.65

6.53

17.24

sqm 16.34 Floor painting one coat with epoxy paint in all shades on old work to give an even shade sqm 16.35 Burning old paint with blow Lamp 16.36 Removing old paint with caustic soda solution and preparing surface 16.37 Scraping brushing to remove paint to base metal surface 16.38 Painting one coat with solignum 16.39 Painting two coats with solignum 16.40 Varnishing with copal varnish one coat of sizing and two coats of varnishing on wood work including stopping. (a) (b) With superior quality paint With ordinary quality paint sqm sqm sqm

16.68

99.19

18.35

100.86

8.70 16.44

58.20 20.28

9.57 18.08

59.07 21.92

sqm

13.26

16.05

14.59

17.38

sqm sqm sqm

44.41 5.29 8.07

44.41 11.79 19.57

48.85 5.82 8.88

48.85 12.32 20.38

20.02 20.02

60.64 46.01

22.02 22.02

62.64 48.01

16.41 Varnishing with copal varnish one coat including rubbing of previous coat (a) (b) With special quality With ordinary quality paint sqm sqm 9.49 9.49 27.86 20.38 10.44 10.44 28.81 21.33

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Sr. No.

Description of Item

Unit

Plains

Sub-Mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

16.42 Oiling wood work with raw linseed oil With ordinary quality oil. 16.43 Oiling wood work with raw linseed oil and water With Ordinary Quality oil 16.44 Painting one coat with creosote 16.45 Painting two coats with creosote 16.46 Spirit polishing two coats including a coat of wood filler on wood work 16.47 Spirit polishing one coat in old wood work

sqm

2.97

7.62

3.27

7.92

sqm sqm sqm

3.72 5.29 8.07

6.05 10.59 17.05

4.09 5.82 8.88

6.42 11.12 17.86

sqm sqm

55.98 28.23

77.04 40.39

61.58 31.05

82.64 43.21

16.48 Painting new letters and figures of black synthetic enamel paint to an even shade With cm ht. ordinary quality paint per letter 16.49 Repainting letters and figures of black synthetic enamel paint to give an even shade cm ht. With ordinary quality paint per letter 16.50 Painting gauges 60 cm wide reading to centimeter with synthetic enamel Paint (two coats ) to give an even shade With ordinary quality paint 16.51 Painting sounding rods and other gauges' reading to centimeter with synthetic enamel paint With ordinary quality paint (a) (b) One coat work Two coat work m m

1.14

1.21

1.25

1.32

0.73

0.78

0.80

0.85

152.72

188.39

167.99

203.66

25.17 39.40

30.25 49.69

27.69 43.34

32.77 53.63

16.52 Painting leveling staff with synthetic enamel paint (a) (b) one coat work Two coat work m m 124.78 187.70 131.85 199.08 137.26 206.47 144.33 217.85

16.53 Painting canal gates with Khanki mixture applied hot (a) (b) One coat work Two coat work sqm sqm 4.92 7.13 12.06 20.26 5.41 7.84 12.55 20.97

16.54 Extra over and above rates in item No. 15.53 where scaffolding is used Page 140

sqm

1.69

1.69

1.86

1.86 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description of Item

Unit

Plains

Sub-Mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

16.55 Painting distance marks with synthetic enamel paint (a) (i) (ii) (b) (i) (ii) One coat work Main canals Distributaries Two coat work Main canals Distributaries each each 23.20 16.69 30.35 21.45 25.52 18.36 32.67 23.12 each each 16.58 11.91 20.89 14.83 18.24 13.10 22.55 16.02

16.56 Painting 200 metre stones with synthetic enamel paint (a) (b) One coat work Two coat work stones with synthetic each each 30.91 48.60 34.81 54.84 34.00 53.46 37.90 59.70

16.57 Painting kilometer enamel paint (a) (i) II One coat work

5th kilometer Stones ORDINARY KILOMETRE STONE

each each each

346.99 186.95 142.02

383.88 205.89 156.71

381.69 205.65 156.22

418.58 224.59 170.91

(iii) Kilometer stone on village road (b) (i) (ii) Two coat work 5th kilometer Stones ORDINARY KILOMETRE STONE

each each

544.25 293.07

601.67 322.29

598.68 322.38

656.10 351.60

(iii) KILOMETRE STONE ON VILLAGE ROADS 16.58 Painting village boards with synthetic enamel paint (i) (ii) One coat Two coat

each

222.68

245.42

244.95

267.69

each each

103.23 163.05

120.46 191.64

113.55 179.36

130.78 207.95

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Description of Item

Unit

Plains

Sub-Mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

16.59 Finishing walls with textured exterior paint of required shade with two coats applied @ 3.28 litre/10sqm over and including base coat of water proofing Cement Paint applied @ 2.20 Kg/10 sqm 16.60 Finishing walls with acrylic smooth exterior paint of required shade with two coats applied @ 1.67 litre/10sqm over and including base coat of water proofing Cement Paint applied @ 2.20 Kg/10 sqm 16.61 Finishing walls with Premium Acrylic smooth exterior paint with silicon additives of required shade with two coats applied @ 1.43litre/10 sqm over and including base coat of water proofing Cement Paint applied @ 2.20 Kg/10 sqm 16.62 Painting with oil type wood preservative of approved brand and manufacturer-new work two coats 16.63 Providing and applying two coats of fire retardant paint unthined on cleaned wood/ ply surface @ 3.5 litre per 10 sqm per coat including preparation of base surface as per recommendations of manufacturer to make the surface fire retardant 16.64 Wall painting with plastic emulsion paint of approved brand and manufacturer to give an even shade (two coats) 16.65 Painting with acid proof paint of approved brand and manufacture to give an even shadetwo coats 16.66 Preparation of plastered or concrete surface for painting (including sand papering the surface) using ready mixed cement based wall putty by applying two coats to get required finish 16.67 Melamine polish two coats to give required finish including one coat of wood filler

sqm

23.22

102.07

25.54

104.39

sqm

23.22

58.84

25.54

61.16

sqm

23.22

65.16

25.54

67.48

sqm

6.83

22.32

7.51

23.00

sqm

24.58

271.89

27.04

274.35

sqm

24.58

63.47

27.04

65.93

sqm

24.58

89.02

27.04

91.48

sqm

24.58

39.58

27.04

42.04

sqm 16.68 Finishing with epoxy paint two coat at all locations prepaired and applied as per manufacturer specifications complete.

299.59

728.10

329.55

758.06

sqm

26.49

95.93

29.14

98.58

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Description of Item

Unit

Plains

Sub-Mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

16.69 Providing surface treatment to external / internal wall with water resistant grade, anti fungal, anti rusting, antifoaming, high percentage acrylic binder washable surface with two coats to be provided with spatula over one coat cement primer including preparation of surface with water resistant grade match colour complete as per specifications and to the entire satisfaction of Engineer- in- charge.

sqm

53.22

172.26

58.54

177.58

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CHAPTER NO. 17 WOOD WORK


Notes (i) Unless otherwise stated, the labour rates include rehandling of materials within 100 metres.

(ii)

Unless otherwise stated, the labour and through rates include all wastage of timber in sawing and cutting and sawing charges including carriage to and from saw mills. Through rates for items requiring use of wire gauge include the cost 140G gauge galvanised wire gauge. The labour rates given in this chapter include the cost of tools and plants and scaffolding (Labour and material) wherever required. The rate for item No. 17.1 to 17.6 apply to simple wood work not involving any jointing such as beams battens etc. where jointing is involved as in case of roof trusses composite beams, etc., increase the labour and through rate by Rs. 2400/- per cu.m. In case of built -in-fixtures involving jointing increase the rates by Rs. 1600/- per cum The rates for item No. 17.10,17.11,17.15, 17.16 exclude the cost of sliding bolts, Tower bolts, handles but include the cost of labour for fixing them. In case fixed glazing is continuous to open able shutter, the area of fixed glazing will be measured up to central line of mullion if the area of fixed glazing exceeds 25 percent of the open able area. If the area of fixed glazing is up to 25 percent of the open able area then the whole area shall be measured as open able and paid for as such. The rates for aluminium fittings, as provided in this chapter, are only for the purposes of estimating and not for purchasing of fittings through contractor. All aluminium fittings shall be arranged by the department, and supplied to contractor free of cost for fitting. The wood work in chowkats of doors and windows shall be done at site, strictly as per P.W.D Specifications, Nothing extra shall be paid for wastage, or for dimensions, supplied beyond those specified and for horns. The length of each piece shall be measured overall, so as to include the projection for lenons. In case of mouldings, roundings circular rebates, circular and varying sections, the sectional area of the piece shall be taken as the area of the least square or rectangle from which such section can be cut, and nothing extra shall be paid for such moulding and rebates.

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

(viii)

(ix)

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

17.1 Deodar wood wrought planed and fixed in position cum 17.2 Kail wood wrought planed and fixed in position cum

3392.41

88180.33 3731.65 88519.57

3392.41

70594.88 3731.65 70934.12

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 17.3 Chil wood wrought planed and fixed in position

3 cum

4 3392.41

71424.54 3731.65 71763.78

17.4 Commercial hard wood such as Hollock (Non coniferous Timber other than teak Conforming to IS Specification no 1003 Kiln seasoned Wrought, planned and fixed in position cum 17.5 Teak wood wrought planed and fixed in position cum 17.6 Sal wood wrought, panelled and fixed in position cum 17.7 Deodar wood planking planed on both sides i.e. based and fixed in position including nails and screws etc. (a) 50mm thick (b) 45mm thick (c) 40mm thick (d) 30mm thick (e) 25mm thick (f) 20mm thick (g) 12.50mm thick 17.8 Kail wood planking planed on both sides rebated and fixed in position including nails and screws etc. sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm 161.45 155.41 149.37 138.22 131.24 124.26 115.91 4434.20 4000.88 3567.57 2767.60 2267.61 1767.63 1167.66 177.60 170.95 164.31 152.04 144.36 136.69 127.50 4450.35 4016.42 3582.51 2781.42 2280.73 1780.06 1179.25 3281.70 83694.91 3609.87 84023.08 3281.70 87524.11 3609.87 87852.28 3281.70 55358.83 3609.87 55687.00

(a) 50mm thick (b) 45mm thick (c) 40mm thick (d) 30mm thick (e) 25mm thick (f) 20mm thick (g) 12.50mm thick Page 145

sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

161.45 155.41 149.37 138.22 131.24 124.26 115.91

4060.85 3634.88 3148.92 2537.86 2080.94 1624.03 1075.76

177.60 170.95 164.31 152.04 144.36 136.69 127.50

4077.00 3650.42 3163.86 2551.68 2094.06 1636.46 1087.35

CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 17.9 Teak wood planking planed on both sides rebated and fixed in position including nails screws etc. (a) 50mm thick (b) 45mm thick (c) 40mm thick (d) 30mm thick (e) 25mm thick (f) 20mm thick (g) 12.50mm thick 17.10 Deodar wood doors shutter windows shutter (i) including hinges, screw and cords etc. complete fixed in position (a) Panelled, glazed or glazed and panelled. (i) (ii) (iii) 40mm thick 35mm thick 30mm thick

sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

194.71 189.14 183.56 172.41 166.83 161.25 152.87

4437.47 4007.63 3577.77 2718.06 2288.21 1858.34 1213.55

214.18 208.05 201.92 189.65 183.51 177.38 168.16

4456.94 4026.54 3596.13 2735.30 2304.89 1874.47 1228.84

sqm sqm sqm

320.64 317.99 317.99

2432.61 2120.22 1927.89

352.70 349.79 349.79

2464.67 2152.02 1959.69

(b) Battened and framed (i) (ii) 50mm thick 45mm thick sqm sqm 276.74 274.20 3611.09 3431.01 304.41 301.62 3638.76 3458.43

(c) Battened and braced shutter 50mm thick sqm complete. 17.10 Deodar wood doors shutter with 12mm thick (ii) phenol Bonded BWP ply (Anchor Kit ply, Nova teak , or National or any other ISI approved quality) I/C hinges, screws, chocks & cords etc. Complete fixed in position (Single leaf)

277.86

3306.18

305.65

3333.97

(a) Phenol Bonded Ply Panel (i) (ii) (iii) 40mm thick 35mm thick 30mm thick Page 146 sqm sqm sqm 309.40 307.34 305.23 2143.96 1996.92 1846.86 340.34 338.07 335.75 2174.90 2027.65 1877.38

CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

17.10 Hollock wood doors shutter windows shutter (iii) including hinges, screws, chocks, cheats, stops cords etc. complete fixed in position.

(a) Panelled, glazed or glazed and panelled (Double leaf) (i) (ii) (iii) 40mm thick 35mm thick 30mm thick sqm sqm sqm 316.42 314.10 311.77 1583.57 1349.33 1238.50 348.06 345.51 342.95 1615.21 1380.74 1269.68

(b) Battened and framed (Single Leaf)

(i) (ii) (c)

50mm thick 45mm thick Battened and braced shutter 50mm thick complete

sqm sqm

173.49 171.29

2003.61 1899.01

190.84 188.42

2020.96 1916.14

sqm 17.10 Kiln seasoned Hollock wood doors shutter with (iv) 12mm thick phenol Bonded BWP ply ISI Marked anchor, Kit ply, Nova Teak, National Or equivalent including Chowkats iron Hold fasts, Corner straps, Hinges, Screws, Shocks Cleats, Stops and Cords etc. complete fixed in position (Single Leaf) (a) (i) Phenol Bonded B.W.P. ply panel 40mm thick sqm (ii) 35mm thick sqm (iii) 30mm thick sqm

365.40

2111.26

401.94

2147.80

309.40

1755.36

340.34

1786.30

307.34

1656.86

338.07

1687.59

305.23

1555.90

335.75

1586.42

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 17.10 Golden Champ, wood, doors, shutter, windows, (v) shutter including hinges, screws, chocks, cheats, stops, cords etc. complete fixed in position.

(i) (ii) (iii)

40mm thick 35mm thick 30mm thick

sqm sqm sqm

316.42 314.10 311.77

1138.65 948.10 880.97

348.06 345.51 342.95

1170.29 979.51 912.15

(b) Battened and framed (i) (ii) (c) 50mm thick 45mm thick Battened and braced shutter 50mm thick complete sqm sqm 173.49 171.29 1288.56 1225.24 190.84 188.42 1305.91 1242.37

sqm

365.40

1427.80

401.94

1464.34

17.10 Golden Champ wood doors shutter with 12mm (vi) thick phenol Bonded BWP ply ISI Marked anchor, Kit ply, Nova Teak, National Or equivalent including Chowkats iron Hold fasts, Corner straps, Hinges, Screws, Shocks Cleats, Stops and Cords etc. complete fixed in position (Single Leaf) (a) Phenol Bonded BWP Ply Panel (i) (ii) (iii) 40mm thick 35mm thick 30mm thick sqm sqm sqm 309.40 307.34 305.23 1442.32 1382.74 1321.53 340.34 30.73 335.75 1473.26 1106.13 1352.05

17.10 Cheetah Champ (Assam) wood doors shutter (vii) windows shutter including hinges, screws, chocks, cheats, stops cords etc. complete fixed in position.

(i) (ii) (iii)

40mm thick 35mm thick 30mm thick

sqm sqm sqm

316.42 316.42 311.77

1557.45 1328.08 1217.51

348.06 348.06 342.95

1589.09 1359.72 1248.69

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5 1961.63 1859.24

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 190.84 188.42 Through Rate 7 1978.98 1876.37

1 (i) (ii) (c) 50mm thick 45mm thick

3 sqm sqm

4 173.49 171.29

Battened and braced shutter 50mm thick complete

sqm

365.40

2054.50

401.94

2091.04

17.10 Cheetah Champ (Assam) wood doors shutter (viii) with 12mm thick phenol Bonded BWP ply ISI Marked anchor, Kit ply, Nova Teak, National Or equivalent including Chowkats iron Hold fasts, Corner straps, Hinges, Screws, Shocks Cleats, Stops and Cords etc. complete fixed in position (Single Leaf)

(a) Phenol Bonded BWP Ply Panel (i) (ii) (iii) 40mm thick 35mm thick 30mm thick sqm sqm sqm 309.40 307.34 305.23 1736.98 1640.76 1542.13 340.34 338.07 335.75 1767.92 1671.49 1572.65

17.10 Bansam Champ (Assam) wood doors shutter (ix) windows shutter including hinges, screws, chocks, cheats, stops cords etc. complete fixed in position. (i) (ii) (iii) 40mm thick 35mm thick 30mm thick

sqm sqm sqm

316.42 314.10 311.77

1385.56 1129.16 1042.32

348.06 345.51 342.95

1417.20 1160.57 1073.50

(b) Battened and framed (i) (ii) 50mm thick 45mm thick sqm sqm 173.49 171.29 1611.26 1529.23 190.84 188.42 1628.61 1546.36

(c) Battened and braced shutter 50mm thick complete.

sqm

365.40

1726.65

401.94

1763.19

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 17.10 Bansam Champ (Assam) doors with 12mm thick (x) phenol Bonded BWP ply ISI Marked anchor, Kit ply, Nova Teak, National Or equivalent including Chowkats iron Hold fasts, Corner straps, Hinges, Screws, Shocks Cleats, Stops and Cords etc. complete fixed in position (Single Leaf)

(a) Phenol Bonded BWP Ply Panel (i) (ii) (iii) 40mm thick 35mm thick 30mm thick sqm sqm sqm 309.40 307.34 305.23 1583.60 1506.45 1427.29 340.34 338.07 335.75 1614.54 1537.18 1457.81

17.11 Wire gauze deodar wood door shutter without (i) springs housed in chowkats (Single Leaf) (a) 35mm thick (b) 30mm thick 17.11 Wire gauge Hollock wood door shutter without (ii) springs housed in chowkhat. sqm sqm 216.80 214.27 1726.54 1546.47 238.48 235.70 1748.22 1567.90

(a) 35mm thick (b) 30mm thick 17.11 Wire Gauge Golden Champ wood door shutter (iii) without springs housed in chowkhat.

sqm sqm

213.98 211.86

1183.68 1082.93

235.38 233.05

1205.08 1104.12

(a) 35mm thick (b) 30mm thick 17.11 Wire Gauge Cheetah Champ (Assam) wood (iv) door shutter without springs housed in chowkats.

sqm sqm

213.98 211.86

890.52 829.49

235.38 233.05

911.92 850.68

(a) 35mm thick (b) 30mm thick 17.11 Wire Gauge Bansam Champ (Assam) wood (v) door shutter without springs housed in chowkats.

sqm sqm

213.98 211.86

1166.47 1068.06

235.38 233.05

1187.87 1089.25

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5 1022.83 943.86

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 235.38 233.05 Through Rate 7 1044.23 965.05

1 (a) 35mm thick (b) 30mm thick


Note :-

3 sqm sqm

4 213.98 211.86

The unit measurement of the item no 17.11 is area of clear shutter opening. In case wire gauge shutter is fixed with additional molding on existing chowkats, payment will be made on overall measurement of masonry opening

17.12 Deodar wood cup board shutter with plywood (i) panels or faced on both side fixed in position (excluding the cost of handles bolts hasp with staple but including the labour for fixing them

(a) 30mm thick sqm (b) 25mm thick sqm 17.12 Hollock wood cup board shutter with plywood (ii) panels or faced on both side fixed in position (excluding the cost of handles, bolts hasp with staple but including the labour for fixing them) 315.75 2022.45 347.33 2054.03 315.75 2146.43 347.33 2178.01

(a) 30mm thick sqm (b) 25mm thick 17.12 Golden Champ cup board shutter with plywood (iii) panels or faced on both side fixed in position (excluding the cost of handles, bolts hasp with staple but including the labour for fixing them) sqm 313.53 312.65 1872.64 1740.36 344.88 343.92 1903.99 1771.63

(a) 30mm thick (b) 25mm thick

sqm sqm

313.53 312.65

1706.18 1590.55

344.88 343.92

1737.53 1621.82

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 17.12 Cheetah Champ (Assam) cup board shutter with (iv) plywood panels or faced on both side fixed in position (excluding the cost of handles, bolts hasp with staple but including the labour for fixing them) (a) 30mm thick (b) 25mm thick 17.12 Bansam Champ (Assam) cup board shutter with (v) plywood panels or faced on both side fixed in position (excluding the cost of handles, bolts hasp with staple but including the labour for fixing them)

sqm sqm

313.53 312.65

1862.87 1731.56

344.88 343.92

1894.22 1762.83

(a) 30mm thick (b) 25mm thick 17.13 Wire gauze fixed on chowkats with 25mm (i) deodar wood cover molding of full width

sqm sqm

313.53 312.65

1781.31 1658.15

344.88 343.92

1812.66 1689.42

sqm 17.13 Wire gauge fixed on chowkats with 25mm thick (ii) Hollock wood cover molding of full width. sqm 17.13 Wire gauge fixed on chowkats with 25mm thick (iii) Golden Champ wood cover molding of full width. sqm 17.13 Wire gauge fixed on chowkats with 25mm thick (iv) Cheetah Champ (Assam) wood cover molding of full width. 17.13 Wire gauge fixed on chowkats with 25mm thick (v) Bansam Champ (Assam) wood cover molding of full width. 17.14 Expended metal fixed on chowkats with 25mm (i) deodar wood cover molding of full width sqm 17.14 Expended metal fixed on chowkats with 25mm (ii) Hollock wood cover molding of full width sqm Page 152

71.97

824.76

79.17

831.96

71.97

680.09

79.17

687.29

71.97

563.56

79.17

570.76

sqm

71.97

673.25

79.17

680.45

sqm

71.97

616.15

79.17

623.35

71.97

808.92

79.17

816.12

71.97

664.27

79.17

671.47

CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

17.15 Deodar wood chowkats including iron hold fasts (i) iron hinges corner straps clears, stops wooden knobs fixed in position. A B Double Rebate (60mm x 150mm) Single Rebate (60mm x 100mm) m m 99.42 94.52 923.37 661.83 109.36 103.97 933.31 671.28

17.15 Chowkats of commercial hard wood such as (ii) Hollock confirming to ISI specification no 1003 m kiln seasoned of doors and windows including iron hold fasts, corner straps cleats, stops, bolts for hold fasts etc, complete fixed in position (Section 60mm x 150mm)

A B

Double Rebate (60mm x 150mm) (60mm x Single Rebate (60mm x 100mm)

m m

98.58 94.58

616.05 452.76

108.44 104.04

625.91 462.22

17.15 Chowkats of commercial hard wood such as (iii) Golden Champ confirming to ISI specification no 1003 m kiln seasoned of doors and windows including iron hold fasts, corner straps cleats, stops bolts for hold fasts etc, complete fixed in position (Section 60mm x 150mm)

A B

Double Rebate (60mm x 150mm) Single Rebate (60mm x 100mm)

m m

97.61 94.58

419.51 325.93

107.37 104.04

429.27 335.39

17.15 Chowkats of commercial hard wood such as (iv) Cheetah Champ (Assam) confirming to ISI specification no 1003 m kiln seasoned of doors and windows including iron hold fasts, corner straps cleats, stops bolts for hold fasts etc, complete fixed in position (Section 60mm x 150mm) A B Double Rebate (60mm x 150mm) Single Rebate (60mm x 100mm) m m 98.58 94.58 604.56 449.48 108.44 104.04 614.42 458.94

17.15 Chowkats of commercial hard wood such as (v) Bansam Champ (Assam) confirming to ISI specification no 1003 m kiln seasoned of doors and windows including iron hold fasts, corner straps cleats, stops bolts for hold fasts etc, complete fixed in position (Section 60mm x 150mm) A B Double Rebate (60mm x 150mm) Single Rebate (60mm x 100mm) Page 153 m m 98.58 94.58 508.74 385.16 108.44 104.04 518.60 394.62

CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

17.16 Deodar wood cup board chowkats including iron (i) hold facts, iron hinge, corner, straps, wooden knobs or handles fixed in position (Size 45 x 60mm) m 17.16 Kiln seasonal Hollock wood cup board chowkats (ii) including iron hold fasts, iron hinges corner straps, wooden knobs or handles fixed in position (Size 45 x 60mm). m 17.16 Golden Champ wood cup board chowkats (iii) including iron hold fasts, iron hinges corner straps, wooden knobs or handles fixed in position (Size 45 x 60mm). 17.16 Cheetah Champ (Assam) wood cup board (iv) chowkats including iron hold fasts, iron hinges corner straps, wooden knobs or handles fixed in position (Size 45 x 60mm). 17.16 Bansam Champ (Assam) wood cup board (v) chowkats including iron hold fasts, iron hinges corner straps, wooden knobs or handles fixed in position (Size 45 x 60mm). 17.17 Kail wood doors shutter and window shutter (i) panelled, glazed or glazed and panelled including hinges screws chokes cleats and cords etc. complete flied in position (Single Leaf) 77.69 229.11 85.46 236.88 78.23 331.85 86.05 339.67

77.69

177.24

85.46

185.01

77.69

226.07

85.46

233.84

77.69

200.65

85.46

208.42

(a) 40mm thick (b) 35mm thick 17.17 Wire gauze door shutter with Kail wood without (ii) springs housed in chowkats (Single Leaf)

sqm sqm

320.64 317.99

1907.21 1756.52

352.70 349.79

1939.27 1788.32

(a) 35mm thick (b) 30mm thick

sqm sqm

216.80 214.27

1277.03 1133.42

238.48 235.70

1298.71 1154.85

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 17.18 Teak wood doors shutter and windows panelled glazed or panelled including Iron hinger, screws etc. complete fixed in position (excluding cost of tower bolts and handles but including labour for fittings the same) (Single Leaf)

(a) 35mm thick (b) 30mm thick (c) 25mm thick 17.19 Teak wood wire gauge shutters without spring (Single Leaf)

sqm sqm sqm

373.30 371.56 369.11

2091.60 1853.68 1666.15

410.63 408.72 406.02

2128.93 1890.84 1703.06

(a) 35mm thick (b) 30mm thick (c) 25mm thick 17.20 Fixing wire gauze out side the clerestory window including teak wood chowkats and cover molding

sqm sqm sqm

319.81 317.58 315.25

1860.65 1689.30 1315.84

351.79 349.34 346.78

1892.63 1721.06 1347.37

sqm 17.21 Teak wood chowkats including iron hold fasts, corner straps, iron hinges, cleats, stops, wooden knobs or handles fixed in position. (i) (ii) Single Rebate (60mm x 100mm) Double Rebate (60mm x 150mm)

173.53

1948.42

190.88

1965.77

m m

115.42 117.53

675.19 943.31

126.96 129.28

686.73 955.06

17.22 Fixing mortise or rim locks or latches complete (i) (Labour Only) 17.22 Providing and fixing bright finished brass door (ii) latch with necessary screws etc. complete :

each

61.52

-----

67.67

-----

each 17.22 Providing and fixing bright finished brass door (iii) latch with necessary screws etc. complete : each

61.46

772.36

67.61

778.51

61.46

655.22

67.61

661.37

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 17.22 Providing and fixing bright finished brass 100 (iv) mm mortise latch and lock with 6 levers and a pair of lever handles with necessary screws etc. complete (best make of approved quality).

each 17.23 Cost of Aluminium fittings complete for doors, windows such as tower bolts, handless and screw etc. for these fittings (Excluding sliding bolt) (i) (ii) For shutter area up to 0.50 sqm For shutter area above 0.50 sqm sqm sqm

47.07

1225.68

51.78

1230.39

---------

187.17 125.25

---------

205.89 137.78

17.24 Curtain rod 25mm dia Aluminium pipe with brackets fixed in position including nails and screws etc. (Deodar Wood) 17.25 Curtain rod 25mm dia Aluminium pipe with brackets fixed in position including nails and screws etc. (Teak Wood) 17.26 Providing & Fixing glass panes with nails and putty or wooden strip complete in all respect (a) (i) (b) (i) (ii) (iii) Glazing area upto 0.09 sqm 2mm thick or 5.18 Kg/sqm Glazing area above 0.09 sqm 3mm thick or 8.44 Kg/ sqm 4mm thick or 10.78 Kg/ sqm 5.5mm thick Plate glass (INDIAN)

55.66

106.66

61.23

112.23

74.02

124.93

81.42

132.33

each

3.40

27.83

3.74

28.17

sqm sqm sqm

43.60 43.60 52.33

499.82 567.87 710.21

47.96 47.96 57.56

504.18 572.23 715.44

17.27 Factory manufactured flush door fixed in position iron hinges, etc (excluding the cost of any fittings other than specified above but including labour for fixing the same in position (Code : II Revision IS-2191 Part-I) 1973 (a) Commercial with elm or gurjan facing on both \ Sides with laminated core and lipped edges:(i) 20 mm thick sqm sqm 74.65 74.65 1447.45 2057.88 74.65 74.65 1447.45 2057.88

(ii) 25 mm thick

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5 2248.07 2442.02

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 74.65 74.65 Through Rate 7 2248.07 2442.02

1 (iii) 30 mm thick (iv) 35 mm thick

3 sqm sqm

4 74.65 74.65

(b) Decorative with elm or gurjan facing on one side and teak facing on the other side edges lipped with teak with laminated core

(i)

20 mm thick

sqm sqm sqm sqm

74.65 74.65 74.65 74.65

1856.65 2551.90 2718.19 2907.95

74.65 74.65 74.65 74.65

1856.65 2551.90 2718.19 2907.95

(ii) 25 mm thick (iii) 30 mm thick (iv) 35 mm thick (c) Decorative with teak facing on both sides edges lipped with teak with laminated core

(i)

20 mm thick

sqm sqm sqm sqm

74.65 74.65 74.65 74.65

1856.65 2551.90 2718.19 2907.95

74.65 74.65 74.65 74.65

1856.65 2551.90 2718.19 2907.95

(ii) 25 mm thick (iii) 30 mm thick (iv) 35 mm thick 17.28 Providing and fixing PVC Plug 38mm long including cutting bricks work and fixing in cement mortar 1:3

each 17.29 Providing and fixing deodar wood plain lining tongured and grooved including PVC Plug plugs placed at 45cm to 60 cm centers complete with necessary screws (frame work shall be payable extra) (a) 20 mm thick (b) 12 mm thick 17.30 Providing and fixing Kail wood plain lining tonglued and grooved including PVC Plug placed at 45cm to 60cm centers complete with necessary screws (Frame work will be payable extra) sqm sqm

1.18

1.89

1.30

2.01

80.46 71.54

1646.66 1012.82

88.51 78.69

1654.71 1019.97

(a) 20 mm thick Page 157

sqm

80.46

1325.01

88.51

1333.06

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5 819.83

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 78.69 Through Rate 7 826.98

1 (b) 12 mm thick

3 sqm

4 71.54

17.31 Providing and fixing teak wood plain lining tongued and grooved including PVC Plug placed at 45cm to 60cm centres complete with necessary screws frame work shall be payable extra. (a) 40 mm thick (b) 25 mm thick (c) 20 mm thick (d) 12 mm thick 17.32 Providing and fixing ply wood, plain lining, butt jointed including PVC Plug placed at 45 cm to 65 cm centers complete with necessary nails (Frame work shall be payable extra)

sqm sqm sqm sqm

104.28 86.04 80.46 71.54

3477.87 2195.99 1769.20 1086.34

114.71 94.64 88.51 78.69

3488.30 2204.59 1777.25 1093.49

(a) 4mm thick 3 ply decorative ply wood with teak faced on one side. sqm (b) 6mm thick decorative ply wood teak faced on one side. sqm (c) 9mm thick decorative ply wood teak faced on one side. sqm (d) 12mm thick decorative ply wood teak faced on one side. sqm (e) 4mm thick 3 ply commercial ply wood. sqm (f) 9mm thick commercial ply wood. (g) 12mm thick commercial ply wood. 17.33 Providing and fixing deodar wood beading in door and window chowkats with iron screws, fixing position, complete as per design and shape required (50mm x 12mm) Page 158 sqm sqm 45.24 45.24 45.24 413.25 668.76 834.16 49.76 49.76 49.76 417.77 673.28 838.68 45.24 770.89 49.76 775.41 45.24 513.11 49.76 517.63

45.24

1045.84

49.76

1050.36

45.24

1114.58

49.76

1119.10

14.46

68.14

15.91

69.59

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

17.34 Providing and fixing beading to door and windows chowkats of commercial hard wood, such as Hollock Champ, Chirassy Chaplash etc (Non coniferous timber other than teak conforming to ISI specification no 100., kiln seasoned) with iron screws, fixed in position complete as per design and shape required

(a) 50 mm x 12 mm (b) 40mm x 12mm 17.35 Providing and fixing teak wood beading to door windows chowkats with iron screws fixed in position complete as per design and shape required

m m

14.41 14.27

48.57 42.20

15.85 15.70

50.01 43.63

(a) 50 mm x 12 mm (b) 40mm x 12mm 17.36 Providing and fixing 12mm thick 100mm wide pelmets with 25mm dia meter Aluminium rod and bracket and including fixing with 25mmx 3mm M.S. flat 3cm long and PVC Plug Etc. complete (a) Deodar wood (b) Kail wood (c) Commercial hard wood such as Hollock, Champ, Chikrassy and Chaplashek

m m

18.33 18.20

71.78 61.59

20.16 20.02

73.61 63.41

m m

33.13 33.13

356.39 331.41

36.44 36.44

359.70 334.72

m (d) Teak wood 17.37 Providing and fixing 12mm thick 150mm wide pelmets with 25mm dia Aluminium rod and brackets including fixing with 25mmx3mm MS Flat 10cm long and PVC Plug etc complete m

32.34 32.02

258.44 350.15

35.57 35.22

261.67 353.35

(a) Deodar wood (b) Kail wood

m m

45.24 45.24

417.81 388.52

49.76 49.76

422.33 393.04

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Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 (c) Commercial & hard wood such as Hollock etc. 25mm dia Aluminium rod and brackets including (Non coniferous timber other than teak conforming to ISI Specification No. 1003 mkiln seasoned

m (d) Teak wood 17.38 Extra for providing and fixing aluminium curtain rail with rollers, stop ends, and brackets in palments instead of teak wood 25mm dia and brackets (Actual length of rail to be measured) m 17.39 Providing and fixing 4mm thick hard board of approved quality in partition including fixing to frames with screws complete (Beading and frame work to be paid separately 17.40 Providing and fixing decorative ply wood, 4mm thick three ply teak faced on one side in partition including fixing to frames with steel screws complete 17.41 Providing and fixing helical door spring 150mm (superior quality) including necessary screws, complete m

45.24 44.86

303.89 414.53

49.76 49.35

308.41 419.02

0.00

63.51

0.00

69.86

sqm

33.47

542.75

36.82

546.10

sqm

44.63

487.52

49.09

491.98

(a) Brass helical spring (b) Iron helical spring 17.42 Providing an fixing MS of Double action spring hinges with necessary screws etc. complete

each each

27.68 27.68

161.90 138.28

30.45 30.45

164.67 141.05

(a) 100mm (b) 125mm (c) 150mm 17.43 Providing and fixing hydraulic door closer ISI mark with necessary screw etc. complete

each each each

21.29 27.68 27.68

183.34 267.63 296.92

23.42 30.45 30.45

185.47 270.40 299.69

(a) I.S.I Designation No. 1 (size of door up to each 700mm) Page 160

5.58

708.47

6.14

709.03

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5 825.62

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 6.14 Through Rate 7 826.18

2 3 (b) I.S.I Designation No. II (size of door each 701mm to 850mm) (c) I.S.I Designation No. III (size of door each 851mm to 1000mm)

4 5.58

5.58

942.77

6.14

943.33

17.44 Providing and fixing 0.50mm thick aluminium sheet including cost of necessary fittings i.e. screws, etc. complete sqm 17.45 Providing and fixing aluminium work for doors, windows, ventilators and partitions with extruded built up standard tubular sections/appropriate z sections and other sections conforming to Is: 733 and IS : 1285 of Jindal, Hindalco, Mahavir or equivalent make approved by Engineer in Charge , fixed with rawl plugs and screws or with fixing clips, or with expansion hold fasteners including necessary filling up of gaps at junctions, at top, bottom and sides with required PVC Plug/neoprene felt etc. Aluminium sections shall be smooth, rust free, straight, mitered and jointed mechanically wherever required including cleat angle, Aluminium snap beading for glazing/paneling, C.P.brass/stainless steel screws, all complete as per architectural drawings and the directions of Engineer-InCharge. (Glazing and paneling to be paid for separately) : 73.60 350.68 80.96 358.04

(a) For fixed portion and chaukhats (b) For shutters of doors, windows & ventilators including providing and fixing hinges/pivots and labour for fixing of fittings wherever required including the cost of PVC Plug / neoprene gasket required

Kg.

10.12

294.93

11.13

295.94

Kg. 17.46 Providing and fixing 12mm thick prelaminated (i) particle board flat pressed three layer or graded wood particle board conforming to IS: 12823 Grade l Type ll, in paneling fixed in aluminium doors, windows shutters and partition frames with C.P. brass / stainless steel screws etc. complete as per architectural drawings and directions of Engineer-In-Charge. Pre-laminated particle board with decorative lamination on one side.

11.21

305.95

12.33

307.07

sqm

59.79

754.40

65.77

760.38

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Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 17.46 Providing and fixing 12mm thick prelaminated (ii) particle board flat pressed three layer or graded wood particle board conforming to IS: 12823 Grade l Type ll, in paneling fixed in aluminium doors, windows shutters and partition frames with C.P. brass / stainless steel screws etc. complete as per architectural drawings and directions of engineer-in-charge. Pre-laminated particle board with decorative lamination on both sides.

sqm 17.47 Providing and fixing glazing in aluminium door, window, ventilator shutters and partitions etc. with PVC Plug/ neoprene gasket etc. complete as per the architectural drawings and the directions of engineer-in-charge . (Cost of aluminium snap beading shall be paid in basic item)

59.79

927.30

65.77

933.28

(i)

Float glass panes of 5.5 mm thickness

sqm (ii) Float glass panes of 4mm thickness sqm 17.48 Providing and fixing double action hydraulic floor spring of approved brand and manufacture IS : 6315 marked, for doors including cost of cutting floors as required, embedding in floors and cover plates with brass pivot and single piece MS sheet outer box with slide plate and with stainless steel cover plate etc. complete as per the direction of Engineer-in-charge. each 17.49 Providing and fixing aluminium sliding door bolts ISI marked anodized (anodic coating not less than grade AC 10 as per IS : 1868) transparent or dyed to required colour or shade with nuts and screws etc. complete :

50.45

813.82

55.50

818.87

50.45

717.56

55.50

722.61

79.86

1876.87

87.85

2064.56

A B

300mm x 16mm 250mm x 16mm

each each

13.84 13.84

110.05 97.29

15.22 15.22

111.43 98.67

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 17.50 Providing and fixing commercial plywood 12mm thick

sqm 17.51 Providing and fixing commercial plywood 18mm thick sqm 17.53 Providing and fixing 25mm thick particle board sqm 17.54 Providing and fixing teak wood plain lining tongued and grooved on and including PVC Plug plugs complete with necessary screws and priming coat on unexposed surface 20 mm thick sqm 17.55 Providing and fixing teak wood plain lining tongued and grooved including PVC plugs complete with necessary screws and priming coat on unexposed surface 12 mm thick 17.56 Providing and fixing 18 mm thick, 150 mm wide pelmet of flat pressed 3 layer or graded wood particle board medium density grade-I, IS : 3087 marked including top cover of 6 mm commercial ply wood conforming to IS: 303 BWR grade, nickel plated MS pipe 20 mm dia (heavy type) curtain rod with nickel plated brackets including fixing with 25x3 mm MS flat 10 cm long and rawl plugs 50 mm long (designation 10 no) etc all complete m 17.57 Providing and fixing 18 mm thick, 150 mm wide pelmet of coir veneer board ISI marked IS : 14842 - 2000, including top cover of 6 mm coir veneer board, nickel plated MS Pipe 20 mm dia (heavy type) curtain rod with nickel plated brackets including fixing with 25x3 mm MS Flat 10 cm long and rawl plug 50 mm long (designation 10 no) etc., all complete m 17.58 Providing and fixing oxidized MS Safety chain with necessary fixtures for doors. (Weighing not less than 450 gms.)

54.48

803.83

59.93

809.28

54.48

1014.08

59.93

1019.53

60.12

1379.24

66.13

1385.25

87.15

1666.71

95.87

1675.43

sqm

99.45

1037.80

109.40

1047.75

49.40

334.43

54.34

339.37

49.40

416.74

54.34

421.68

each

2.36

66.06

2.60

66.30

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 17.59 Providing and fixing of 30mm thick factory made Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) door shutter (without chowkhat) made of styles and rails of a UPVC Plug profile section of size 30mm x 60mm and wall thickness 2mm 0.2mm with inbuilt decorative molding edging on one side. The styles and rails with plastic brackets of size 75x220mm meter and welded at the corners. The- stiles of the shutter reinforced by inserting galvanized MS tube of size 25x20mm and 1mm 0.1mm wall thickness. The lock rail made up of H section, a UPVC Plug profile section of size 30mm x 100mm and 2mm0.2mm wall thickness welded to the shutter style with a UPVC Plug profile section single panel of size not less than 620mm, having overall thickness of 20 mm and 1 mm0.1 mm wall thickness with 20 mm panel beading of suitable size /Glass(4mm thick plain glass)/louver section, louver frame of suitable size, as per manufactures specification and direction of Engineering- charge. (For WC and bathroom door Shutter)

sqm 17.60 Providing and fixing of 25mm thick PVC flush door shutters (without chowkhat) upto 737mm width of colour and shade as approved by Engineer-in-charge made out of a one piece Multi chamber extruded PVC Plug section of the size of 762mm X 25mm or less as per requirement with an average wall thickness of 1mm 0.3mm. PVC Plug foam end cap of size 23x10mm are provided on both vertical edges to ensure the overall thickness of 25mm. An MS tube having dimensions 19mm x 19mm is inserted along the hinge side of the door. Core of the door shutter should be filled with High Density Polyurethane Code Description Unit Quantity Rate Amount foam. The Top & Bottom edges of the shutter are covered with an end-cap of the size 25mm X 11mm. Door shutter shall be reinforced with special polymeric reinforcements as per manufactures specification and drawing to take up necessary hardware and fixtures. Stickers indicating the locations of hardware will be pasted at appropriate places sqm 17.61 Providing & fixing teak wood top size 150mm x 75mm on stair railing including polishing complete in all respect.

68.05

2775.70

74.86

2782.51

68.05

2882.58

74.86

2889.39

144.62

971.02

159.08

985.48

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 17.62 Providing & fixing 30mm thick Factory Made solid Panel PVC Door shutter (Pannel thickness 5mm) Consisting of frame made out of M.S tubes of 19 guage thickness and size of 19mm x 19mm for styles & 15mm x 15mm for top & bottom rails. M.S frame shall have a coat of steel primers of approved make & manufacture. M.S frame shall be covered with 5mm thick heat moulded PVC 'C' Channel of size 30 x 50mm forming styles, and 5mm thick, 75mm wide PVC sheets for top rail, lock rail & bottom rail on either side, and 10mm (5mm x 2) thick, 20mm wide cross PVC sheet as gap insert for top rail & bottom rail. Panneling of 5mm thick PVC sheet to be fitted in the M.S Frame welded/Sealed to the styles & Rails with 30mm wide x 5mm thick PVC sheet beading on either side and joined together with solvent cement adhesive.an additional 5mm thick PVC strips of 20mm width is to be stuck on the interior side of the 'C' Channel using PVC solvent cement adhesive etc.complete as per manufacturer's specification, conforming to test criteria specified in IS:40201998,Drawings and to the entire satisfaction of engineer-in-charge.

sqm 17.63 Providing & fixing 30mm thick Factory Made solid Panel PVC Door shutter (Pannel thickness 10mm) Consisting of frame made out of M.S tubes of 19 guage thickness and size of 19mm x 19mm for stiles & 15mm x 15mm for top & bottom rails. M.S frame shall have a coat of steel primers of approved make & manufacture. M.S frame shall be covered with 5mm thick heat moulded PVC 'C' Channel of size 30 x 50mm forming stiles, and 5mm thick, 75mm wide PVC sheets for top rail, lock rail & bottom rail on either side, and 10mm (5mm x 2) thick, 20mm wide cross PVC sheet as gap insert for top rail & bottom rail. Panneling of 5mm thick PVC sheet to be fitted in the M.S Frame welded/Sealed to the stiles & Rails with 30mm wide x 5mm thick PVC sheet beading on either side and joined together with solvent cement adhesive.an additional 5mm thick PVC strips of 20mm width is to be stuck on the interior side of the 'C' Channel using PVC solvent cement adhesive etc. complete as per manufacturer's specification,conforming to test criteria specified in IS:4020-1998, Drawings and to the entire satisfaction of engineer-in-charge. sqm Page 165

347.25

2092.63

381.98

2127.36

347.25

2773.49

381.98

2808.22

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

17.64 Providing & fixing factory made Solid PVC Chowkhat Door frame of the size 50mm x 47mm with a wall thickness of 5mm made out of extruded 5mm PVC foam sheet, mitre cut at 2 corners & joined with 2Nos of 150mm long brackets of 15 x 15mm M.S square tube. the two vertical doors profiles are to be reinforced with 19 x 19mm M.S square tube of 19 guage, the door framed shall be fixed to the wall using 65/100mm long M.S screws through the frame by using fasteners. a minimum of 4 nos of screws to be provided for each vertical member & minimum 2nos for horizontal member etc. as per manufacturer's specification,conforming to test criteria specified in IS:4020-1998, Drawings and to the entire satisfaction of engineer-incharge. 17.65 Providing & fixing 30mm thick factory made Hollow PVC Profile PVC Flush door shutter consisting of panel of of 20mm thickness,frame made out of M.S. tubes of size of 19mm x 19mm x19 guage inserted inside the hollow section of stiles, top and bottom rails and two 19mm x 19mm MS tubes inserted horizontally inside the hollow profile section using 5mm thick PVC sheet using screws. Hollow PVC profile shall be lipped with 10mm (5mm x 2) thick x 20mm width on stiles and rails using solvent cement. the inner panel shall be laminated with 5mm thick termite proof, water proof and fire retardant Prelam PVC sheet using solvent cement on both the sides of panel etc. complete as per manufacturer's specification,conforming to test criteria specified in IS:4020-1998, Drawings and to the entire satisfaction of engineer-in-charge.

86.42

322.94

95.06

331.58

sqm

216.93

2593.01

238.62

2614.70

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Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 17.66 Providing & fixing 32mm thick factory made Internal solid door shutter consisting of solid core particle board of 24mm thickness, lipped with 15mm (5mm x 3) thick x 32mm width on one stiles & top rails & 10mm (5mm x 2) thick x 32mm width on the other stiles & Bottom rails. The panel laminated with 4mm thick termite proof, water proof & fire resistant PVC sheet both side using rubber adhesive on flush door & solvent Cement adhesive on the PVC lipping etc. complete as per manufacturer's specification,conforming to test criteria specified in IS:4020-1998, Drawings and to the entire satisfaction of engineer-in-charge.

sqm

440.89

2912.10

484.98

2956.19

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CHAPTER NO. 18 STEEL AND IRON WORK


Notes :(i) (ii) The rates in this chapter are for both riveted as well as welded work. The labour and through rates for item Nos. 18.1,18.2,18.3,18.6 and 18.7 are for a height up to 4 m above plinth. For additional slab of height of 4 m, or part thereof, the rates for item Nos. 18.1, 18.2 are to be increased by Rs. 2.00 per quintal, and the rates for item Nos. 18.3,18.6,18.7 are to be increased by Rs. 4.00 per quintal. The cost of all rivets, bolts and nuts is included in the through rates. The labour rates given in this chapter include the cost of tools and plants, welding rods and scaffolding (labour and material) where ever required. The labour rates also cover the electrical and gas charges, where welding work is done. The rates given in item No. 18.17 are also applicable for the item of "tie rod" provided in the well steining. These rates also includes the cost of flat steel bond ring, threading and welding, whenever done, complete in all respects. Only bottle nuts are payable as per item No. 18.16.

(iii) (iv)

(v)

(vi) (vii)

Rates for steel boundary gates shall be the same as for the steel roof trusses. Unless otherwise stated, the labour rates include handling of materials with in 100 m.

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate 6 7

2 1 18.1 Steel work, fixed independently without connecting plates, including cutting, hoisting and fixing in position :-

(a) (b) (c)

R.S. Joists Flats Tees, angles and channels.

qtl qtl

634.49 460.28

5133.63 4954.43

697.94 506.31

5197.08 5000.46

qtl

519.16

5013.31

571.08

5065.23

18.2 Steel work in hip and jack rafters, common rafters purlins etc. with angle iron cleats and other connecting plates. qtl 18.3 Structural steel work in angles, tees and flats, riveted or welded including cutting fixing all gusset plates, bolts, nuts, rivets, welding rod, etc. with hoisting and erecting in position :598.70 5092.85 658.57 5152.72

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Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate 6 7

1 (a)

2 For roof trusses, well curbs, plates and trussed girders, etc. of any span for buildings and bridges up to 15 m span.

qtl (b) For roof trusses, well curbs, plates and trussed girders, etc. of any span for buildings and bridges more than 15 m up to 30 m span. qtl 18.4 Wrought iron and mild steel ladders, framed grills, grating etc. with ends of bars, riveted or welded or forged, framed window guards, barred iron doors, stair case, iron railing including cost of bolts and nuts or screws or welding rod, complete fixed in position. qtl 18.5 Iron grated doors, including pintle hinges and arrangements. 18.6 Structural steel work in built-up girders, or stanchions, built up of one joist or channel sections riveted or welded, including cutting and fixing all gusset plates, bolts, nuts, rivets, welding rods, etc. complete with flange plates, heads, sole plates angle connections, etc. with hoisting and erecting in position. 18.7 Structural steel work in compound built up girders or stanchions built up from two or more R.S. joists or channel section or plates and angles etc. riveted or welded, including cutting and fixing all lattices bars, stiffeners, gusset, plates, bolts nuts, rivets, welding rods, etc. complete with flange plates, heads sole plates, angle connections, etc. with hoisting and erecting in position. qtl 18.8 Providing & fixing G.I. sheet 0.80 mm thick garage doors, with 40mm x 40mm x 6mm angle frame with diagonal braces, 3.15 mm thick gusset plates at the junctions, hooks at the top and 25mm dia pulleys and T-iron 50mm x 50mm x 6mm guides at bottom including locking arrangement with handles, and pintles, etc. complete. sqm

1970.81

6464.96 2167.89

6662.04

2359.40

6853.55 2595.34

7089.49

2400.75

6894.90 2640.83

7134.98

qtl

4671.17

9165.32 5138.29

9632.44

qtl

614.39

5108.54

675.83

5169.98

1074.68

5568.83 1182.15

5676.30

725.06

2167.54

797.57

2240.05

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate 6 7

1 2 3 18.9 Providing & fixing G.I. sheet 0.80 mm thick sliding shutters, with 40mm x 40mm x 6mm angle iron frame with diagonal braces, 3.15 mm gusset plates at the junctions, hooks at the top and 23mm dia pulleys at the bottom and 40mm x 40mm x 6mm angle iron top and bottom guides including locking arrangements with handles etc. complete. sqm 18.10 Providing and fixing 14 gauge MS sheet garage doors with 40mmx40mmx6mm angle iron frame with diagonal braces 3.15mm gusset plates including locking arrangement with handles etc. complete in respects. sqm 18.11 (a) Supplying and fixing rolling shutters of approved make, made of 80mm x 1.25mm M.S. Laths, interlocked together through their entire length, and jointed together, at the end by end locks, mounted on specially designed pipe shaft, with brackets, side guides 27.5 cm long wire spring grade No. 2 and arrangement for inside and outside locking, with push and pull operation complete, including top cover 0.80mm thick (payment is to be made for the exact size of opening; where rolling shutter is to be fixed). sqm (b) Providing & fixing ball bearing, for push and pull type rolling shutters, from 9.20 to 12 sqm area.
Extra for providing mechanical device, chain and crank operation, for operating rolling shutters, exceeding 11.20 sqm In area, of the rolling shutter.

744.19

2621.61

818.61

2696.03

980.50

2713.41 1078.55

2811.46

65.97

2172.89

72.57

2179.49

each

1059.42

1165.36

(c)

each

446.74

491.41

Note :- Payment to be made, for area of clear opening.

18.12 Providing and fixing in position collapsible steel shutters, with vertical channels 20mm x 10mm x 2mm and braced with flat iron diagonals 20mm x 5mm size with top and bottom rails of T-Iron 40mm x 40mm x 6mm with 38mm dia steel pulleys, complete with bolts, nuts, locking arrangements, stoppers, handles etc. complete. sqm 60.12 1406.65 66.13 1412.66

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate 6 7

1 2 18.13 Supplying and fixing fan clamps with 50mm x 6mm flat iron, 50cm long and U-hooks of 16mm diameter M.S. bars, of approved size with nuts including threading etc. complete. 18.14 Providing and fixing M.S. round, or square bars at required spacing in wooden frames of window and clerestory windows. 18.15 Bolts and nuts of all sizes and length required.

each

54.95

150.97

60.45

156.47

kg kg

9.57 -

52.93 60.00

10.53 -

53.89 60.00

18.16 Mild steel reinforcement for RCC work where not included in the complete rate of RCC including bending, binding and placing in position complete:(i) (ii) Up to 20mm dia bars above 20mm dia bars

qtl qtl

409.25 370.01

5034.16 4994.92

450.18 407.01

5075.09 5031.92

18.17 Cold twisted deformed (ribbed/ tor steel) Bars Fe 415 grade as per IS 1786-1985 for R.C.C. works, where not included in the complete rate of R.C.C. including bending, binding, and placing in position complete. 18.18 Cold twisted deformed (Ribbed/ Tor Steel Bar) Bars Fe 500 grade as per IS 1786-1985, for R.C.C works, where not including in the complete rate of RCC including bending and placing in position complete 18.19 Cold twisted deformed (Ribbed/ Tor Steel Bar) Bars (Fe 550 grade as per IS 1786-1985) , for R.C.C works, where not including in the complete rate of RCC including bending and placing in position complete 18.20 Supplying and fixing open able steel windows of standards rolled steel sections, joints mitred and electrically flash welded with iron fittings, necessary iron handles, peg stay, catchers bolts, iron lugs and pressed steel projected hinges and glazing clips and labour for fixing during masonry complete (excluding glazing) and finished with two coats of ready mixed paint, red lead nonsetting primer (a) Up to One sqm Area Page 171

qtl

358.23

4983.14

394.05

5018.96

qtl

358.23

5166.94

394.05

5202.76

qtl

358.23

5228.21

394.05

5264.03

kg

25.65

84.78

28.22

87.35

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 15.54 Through Rate 5 73.95

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate 6 7 17.09 75.50

1 (b)

2 Above One sqm Area

3 kg

18.21 Supplying & fixing fixed steel windows of standard rolled steel sections joints mitred and electrically flash welded including iron lugs and glazing clips, labour for fixing during masonry complete (excluding glazing) and fixing with two coats of ready mixed paint, red lead non-setting primer. kg 18.22 Fixing steel windows in walls with lugs, embedded in 15 cm x 12 cm x 7.5 cm cement concrete blocks of 1:2:4 mix, excluding fixing of glass panes and cost of cement concrete. 18.23 Fixing steel windows in walls with lugs, embedded in 15 cm x 12 cm x 7.5 cm of cement concrete blocks of 1:2:4 mix, including cost of cement concrete for lugs. 18.24 Supply & Fixing of pressed steel frames (Chowkats) consisting of 18 gauge (1.25mm) thick steel sheet of the specified section(standard design latest) including iron lugs (hold fasts) iron hinges, confirming to P.W.D. specifications including bolts for fixing stops, locknotch provision for receiving tower bolts, Hydraulic spring and finished with one priming coat of approved quality, fixed in position, including the cost of cement concrete 1:3:6 for filling in the frame and cement concrete 1:2:4 for lugs complete. (a) Doors and windows frame of size 118mm x 60mm with 40 mm wide single rebate weighing 3.43 kg per meter. m (b) Doors and windows frame of size 113mm x 60mm with 35 mm wide single rebate weighing 3.38 kg per meter. Doors and windows frame of size 151mm x 60mm with 35 mm wide double rebate weighing 3.95 kg per meter. Doors and windows frame of size 161mm x 60mm with 40 mm wide double rebate weighing 4.05 kg per meter. Page 172 91.61 309.27 100.77 318.43 21.28 68.60 23.41 70.73

sqm

80.67

88.74

sqm

81.80

99.79

89.98

107.97

91.57

306.10

100.73

315.26

(c)

91.86

356.98

101.05

366.17

(d)

91.93

363.52

101.12

372.71

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate 6 7

2 Before making the payment the gauge, the size and the section of steel chowkat (whether for single rebate or for double rebate including the sectional size) and the weight of steel chowkats shall be recorded in the measurement book by the Sub Divisional Engineer/ Engineer-in-Charge to ensure conformity with the above stipulations regarding weight.

18.25 Supplying and fixing glass panes with glazing clips and special metal sash putty of approved make. (a) Glass panes 3mm thick up to 0.40 sqm area sqm Glass panes 4mm thick above 0.40 sqm area. sqm

7.29

449.68

8.02

450.41

(b)

7.29

517.57

8.02

518.30

18.26 Extra for providing & fixing Steel beading of approved shape and section with screw for fixing of glass panes in stead of glazing clips and metal slash putty in steel doors, windows & Ventilators complete in all respect 18.27 Wire gauge fixed on steel windows of standard rolled steel section, with 3mm thick flat iron cover moulding of 12.5mm width, fixed with machine screws, complete in all respects. 18.28 Welding by gas or by electric plant, including carriage to and from workshop. 18.29 Providing and fixing M.S. angle iron 40x40x6mm chowkat including iron hold fasts butt hinges fixed in position, finished with red lead non setting primer complete in all respect

12.55

37.23

13.81

38.49

sqm

219.82

614.20

241.80

636.18

cm

2.40

2.40

(a) (b)

For single rebate. For double rebate.

kg kg

13.61 13.61

68.61 76.18

14.97 14.97

69.97 77.54

18.30 Providing and fixing stair case railing made out of M.S. square bars 20mm x 20mm as vertical part 0.70 m high fixed with M.S. base plate of 40mm x 40mm x 6mm and flat iron 40mm x 6mm as hand rail complete in all respect.

112.51

730.31

123.76

741.56

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate 6 7

1 2 18.31 Providing & Fixing of 10 guage welded mesh of 25mm x 25mm size fixed on steel glazing with M S flat 20mm x 6mm beeding complete in all respect including painting two coats with Synthetic Enamel Paint and Priming coat.

sqm 18.32 Providing & Fixing M.S. Flat 50mm x 6mm x 150mm long with 10mm M.S. bar ends 175mm long hooks in R.C.C. slab for fixing false ceiling. each 18.33 Deleted -

83.09

527.03

91.40

535.34

13.85 -

40.72 -

15.24 -

42.11 -

18.34 Providing & Fixing of 12mm M.S. Rod in cement concrete block of size 675mm x 150mm x 150mm including cost of block for cycle stand as per per design required complete in all respect. block 18.35 Extra for work done in each subsequent storey above the first storey for item No.18.17, 18.18 and 18.19 18.36 Extra for Work done in each subsequent storey above the firtsh storey for Item No. 18.1 and 18.2 qtl 18.37 Exta for work done in each subsequent storey above the first storey for Item No.18.3, 18.6 and 18.7. 18.38 Providing & fixing of Box type steel windows, made of various ERW section outer 60mm x 25mm, central mullion 60mm x 25mm, for shutter 50mm x 20mm having thickness of 1.25mm (18 gauge), shash bar MS Tee 25mm x 3mm where required joints mitred and electrically flashwelded, with iron fittings incluidng necessary iron handles,hinged cleat, tower bolts, iron hold fast and pintle hinges complete (excluding glazing and wire guage) and finished with ready mixed paint red lead non setting primer complete as per specification, Drawings and to the entire satisfaction of engineer-in-charge. (Note:Glazing, wire guage and grill will be paid as per respective items) kg

21.98

194.08

24.18

196.28

qtl

7.50

7.50

8.25

8.25

15.00

15.00

15.00

15.00

qtl

30.00

30.00

33.00

33.00

22.10

78.06

24.31

80.27

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate 6 7

1 2 18.39 Providing & fixing 16 gauge stainless steel pipe railing of grade 304 duly fixed on steps with the help of bolts grouted on steps with hand rail and newel post of 50mm dia Stainless steel pipe, Balusters of 40mm dia Stainless steel pipe and guard 3 Nos of 15mm dia Stainless Steel pipe complete in all respect 18.40 Providing & fixing T-iron frames for doors, windows and ventilators of mild steel Teesections, joints mitred and welded with 15x3mm lugs, 10cm long embedded in cement concrete blocks 15x10x10 cm of 1:3:6 or with wooden plugs and screws or with dash fastener or rawl plugs and screws or with fixing clips or with bolts and nuts as required including fixing of necessary butt hinges and screws and applying a priming coat of approved steel primer.

354.42

3132.09

389.86

3167.53

kg

11.06

67.18

12.17

68.29

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CHAPTER NO. 19 LINING


Notes :(i) (ii) Labour rates for lining items include handling of materials within 100 ms. The cost of water is not included in the following rates except items 19.24 and 19.25 and the water shall be supplied by the department free of cost. The rates for item Nos. 19.1 to 19.6 include the cost of fine dressing to exact level, watering and preparing sub-grade. All basket earth work to be paid extra at the rates for lip cutting. For Item No. 19.7, 19.9, 19.26, 19.27, 19.28, 19.29, 19.30, 19.31, 19.32, 19.33, the labour & through rates for lining of side slopes from 0 to 3.5m height be reduced by 5%, if the depth of the channel is upto 1.5m.
Description Unit Plains Labour Rate
1 2 3 4

(iii)

(iv)

Sr. No.

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
5

Through Rate
7

19.1 Dressing bed and preparation of sub grade for lining. 19.2 Dressing side slopes and preparation of sub grade for lining. 19.3 Dressing bed and preparation of sub grade for lining in earth work with admixture of shingle or kankar :(a) (b) Up to 40 per cent Above 40 per cent

sqm

4.05

4.05

4.05

4.05

sqm

6.60

6.60

6.60

6.60

sqm sqm

6.37 8.10

6.37 8.10

6.37 8.10

6.37 8.10

19.4 Dressing side slopes and preparation of sub grade for lining in earth work with admixture of shingle or kankar :(a) (b) Up to 40 per cent Above 40 per cent sqm sqm 8.10 10.48 8.10 10.48 8.10 10.48 8.10 10.48

19.5 Dressing bed and preparation of sub-grade for lining in mixed gravel and conglomerate reaches. 19.6 Dressing side slopes and preparation of sub grade for lining in mixed gravel and conglomerate reaches. 19.7 Double layer tile lining for irrigation channels consisting of :(i) 10mm thick cement mortar 1:5 on subgrade. Page 176

sqm

11.88

11.88

11.88

11.88

sqm

13.71

13.71

13.71

13.71

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

(ii)

First layer of 5.08 cm. thick tiles 30.48 x 15.24 cm laid in 1:5 cement mortar as mentioned above. Sand-wiched plaster 1:3 cement sand mortar 16mm thick. Second layer of tile 5.08 cm thick laid in 1:3 cement sand mortar with 6mm thick layer of mortar over sand-wiched plaster :The above gives total thickness of lining 13.36 cm

(iii)

(iv)

(I) (II) (a)

In bed On side slopes:Upto 3.5 ms height above bed level.

sqm

62.13

312.03

68.34

318.24

sqm (b) Above 3.5 ms but upto 5.5 ms height sqm (c) Above 5.5 ms but upto 7.5 ms height sqm

75.63

325.54

83.20

333.10

81.63 84.63

331.54 334.54

89.80 93.10

339.70 343.00

Note :- The height is to be measured vertically. 19.8 Single layer tile lining in bed only consisting of :(i) 10mm thick cement mortar 1:5 on subgrade Single layer of 5.08 cm thick tiles 30.48x15.24x5.08cm. laid in 1:5 cement sand mortar mentioned above.

(ii)

(iii)

20mm thick cement plaster properly rendered and finished.

1:3

sqm 19.9 Cement concrete lining 15cm. thick or less for irrigation channels, using cement concrete 1:3:6 :(a) (b) hand mixed concrete lining in bed. hand mixed concrete lining on side slopes for vertical height up to 3.5m. Page 177 cum

49.07

205.30

53.98

210.21

393.96

2264.47

433.36

2737.22

cum

436.31

2306.82

479.95

2350.46

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

(c)

hand mixed concrete lining on side slopes for vertical height above 3.5m but upto 5.5m. hand mixed concrete lining on side slopes for vertical height above 5.5m but upto 7.5m.

cum

492.22

2362.73

541.44

2411.95

(d)

cum

548.13

2418.64

602.94

2473.45

19.10 Excavating conglomerate for drains and bed sleepers under the lining. 19.11 Making dry brick drains behind lining 7.5cm brick all-round. 19.12 Putting 1:3 cement sand slurry 6mm thick on prepared bed and side slopes before laying concrete on bed and side slopes. 19.13 Curing lining for 28 days :(a) (b) In bed On side slopes.

cum

485.97

485.97

485.97

485.97

11.77

11.77

11.77

11.77

sqm

2.19

26.12

2.19

26.12

sqm sqm

3.05 11.05

4.03 13.88

3.05 11.05

4.03 13.88

19.14 Extra allowance for providing templates in sqm of curved portion of lining. curved surface 19.15 Extra allowance for form work in concrete lining :(a) (b) In bed On side slopes. cum cum

0.44

6.89

0.44

6.89

49.99 59.99

216.91 226.91

49.99 59.99

216.91 226.91

19.16 Extra allowance for scaffolding in tile, brick and concrete lining for side slopes only. Note :- The rates for item No. 19.16 are payable on area of side slopes only.

sqm

0.48

10.62

0.52

10.67

19.17 Filling expansion joints with special impervious Per m hot pour 12.5mm wide. per cm depth 19.18 Bending and fixing iron rungs on lined slopes. each 19.19 Making temporary perforated french drain on top of coping of lining for curing, consisting of two tiles laid on edge in 1:7 cement mortar on each side of the drain. Page 178

0.05

1.00

0.05

1.00

25.62

401.92

28.18

404.48

5.51

33.56

6.06

34.11

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

Note :- The rates for item Nos. 19.19 and 19.20 are included in the rate of item No. 19.13 for curing and are not payable in addition. These rates are payable only when curing is done departmentally and the work of french drain is got done through contractor. 19.20 Dismantling perforated french drain on top of lining. 19.21 Collecting kattals and brick bats from bed including stacking of collected material out side the canal.

m cum

3.39 Same rate as per carriage of materials over short lead plus Rs. 9.60 per cum for collecting the scattered material

3.39 Same rate as per carriage of materials over short lead plus Rs. 9.60 per cum for collecting the scattered material

3.39 Same rate as per carriage of materials over short lead plus Rs. 9.60 per cum for collecting the scattered material

3.39 Same rate as per carriage of materials over short lead plus Rs. 9.60 per cum for collecting the scattered material

Note :- In item No. 19.21, lift shall be converted into horizontal lead as laid down in note (i) of chapter No. 6. 19.22 Cement pointing 1:2 on tile lining. (a) (b) In bed On side slopes. sqm sqm 19.04 21.10 27.41 29.47 20.94 23.21 29.31 31.58

Note :- The work of item No. 19.22 is to be done and paid for only when specially permitted by the Superintending Engineer. 19.23 Earth work for lip cutting for lining of irrigation channels inclusive of all allowances, lead and dressing :(a) (b) 0 to 1.5 m depth depth exceeding 1.5 ms but upto 3.0 ms. depth exceeding 3.0 ms but upto 4.5 ms. cum 68.78 68.78 68.78 68.78

cum

72.10

72.10

72.10

72.10

(c)

cum

78.74

78.74

78.74

78.74

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

(d)

depth exceeding 4.5 ms but upto 6.0 ms. depth exceeding 6.0 ms but upto 7.5 ms. The height in item No. 19.23 is to be measured vertically. The rates for lip cutting are payable for the entire depth including the bottom curve.

cum

88.70

88.70

88.70

88.70

(e)

cum

98.66

98.66

98.66

98.66

Note :-

(i)

(ii)

19.24 Double layer tile lining for water storage tanks as per specifications of item no. 19.7 but including cost of dressing of sub grade, providing scaffolding and curing etc. complete in all respects. (a) (b) In bed On side slopes. sqm sqm 69.23 93.29 320.11 356.16 76.15 102.62 327.04 365.49

19.25 Lining of water storage tanks with 5 cm. thick cement concrete 1:3:6 laid over 7.5 cm thick layer of cement concrete 1:6:12 including dressing of sub grade, curing of work and scaffolding etc., complete in all respects :-

(a) (b)

In bed On side slopes.

sqm sqm

54.63 67.90

274.48 292.41

60.09 74.69

279.94 299.20

19.26 Single layer brick lining for irrigation channels (Distributaries and minors) or section for all depths consisting of :(a) First layer 12.5mm thick cement plaster 1:5 on sub grade and finished. Second layer of 10mm thick cement plaster 1:3 properly rendered and finished. 75mm thick bricks laid in 1:3 cement sand mortar over second layer.

(b)

(c)

sqm

82.06

332.52

90.26

340.73

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

19.27

(a)

Brick lining 7.5cm thick in 1:3 cement sand mortar over low density polyethylene over dressed sub-grade with 12.5 mm thick sand cushion in curved bed portion only including laying, trenching and jointing LDPE. sqm 79.08 293.16 86.99 301.06

(b)

Brick lining 7.5cm thick in 1:3 cement sand mortar over 12.5 mm thick base plaster 1:6 over dressed sub-grade including laying, trenching and jointing of low density polyethylene. On Side Slopes In Bed (for Trapezoidal Section Only) sqm sqm 104.58 83.66 343.88 322.96 115.03 92.03 354.33 331.33

(i) (ii)

19.28 Cement concrete lining 15cm. thick or less for irrigation channels, using cement concrete 1:2:4 (M-15) (a) (b) Hand mixed concrete lining in bed. Hand mixed concrete lining on side slopes for vertical height upto 3.5 m. Hand mixed concrete lining on side slopes for vertical height above 3.50 m but upto 5.50 m Hand mixed concrete lining on side slope for vertical height above 5.5 m but upto 7.50 m
cum

393.96

2823.44

433.36

2862.84

cum

436.31

2865.79

479.95

2909.43

(c)

cum

492.22

2921.70

541.44

2970.92

(d)

cum

548.13

2977.61

602.94

3032.42

19.29 Cement concrete lining 15cm thick or less for irrigation channels, using cement concrete 1:2:4 (M-15) (a) Machine mixed concrete lining in bed.
cum

441.96

2871.44

486.16

2915.64

(b)

Machine mixed concrete lining on side slopes for vertical height upto 3.5 m.
cum

484.31

2913.79

532.75

2962.23

(c)

Machine mixed concrete lining on side slope for vertical height above 3.50 m but upto 5.50 m. Machine mixed concrete lining on side slope for vertical height above 5.5 m but upto 7.50 m Page 181

cum

540.22

2969.70

594.24

3023.72

(d)

cum

596.13

3025.61

655.74

3085.22

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

19.30 Cement concrete lining 15cm thick or less for irrigation channels, using cement concrete 1:3:6 (M-10) (a) Machine mixed concrete lining in bed. cum (b) Machine mixed concrete lining on side slopes for vertical height upto 3.5 m. cum (c) Machine mixed concrete lining on side slope for vertical height above 3.50m but upto 5.50 m Machine mixed concrete lining on side slope for vertical height above 5.5m but upto 7.50 484.31 2354.82 532.75 2403.26 441.96 2312.47 486.16 2356.67

cum

540.22

2410.73

594.24

2464.75

(d)

cum

596.13

2466.64

655.74

2526.25

19.31 115 mm thick brick on edge lining in herring bone bond/zig-zag or other specified pattern in 1:3 cement sand mortar over 10mm thick cement plaster 1:3 over 12.50 mm thick cement plaster in 1:5 on sub grade. (a) (b) On side slopes. In bed sqm sqm 109.66 87.73 457.10 435.16 120.63 96.50 468.06 443.93

19.32 115 mm thick brick on edge lining in herring bone bond/zig-zag or other specified pattern laid in 1:3 cement sand mortar over LDPE over 12.5 mm thick base plaster 1:6 over dressed sub grade including laying, trenching and jointing of low density polyethylene.

(a) (b)

On side slopes. In bed

sqm sqm

121.42 97.14

457.76 433.47

133.57 106.85

469.90 443.18

19.33 115 mm thick brick on edge lining in herring bone bond/zig-zag or other specified pattern laid in 1:3 cement sand mortar over low density polyethylene over dressed sub grade including laying, trenching & jointing LDPE (a) (b) On side slopes. In Bed (with 15 mm sand cushion underneath lining.) sqm 88.70 398.70 97.57 407.57

sqm

70.96

384.29

78.06

391.38

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

19.34 Filling triangular portion under coping and on side of toe wall underneath lining with 1:3 cement sand mortar. 19.35 Raking, cleaning and filling of hollow joints in cement sand mortar 1:3 on side slopes of tile lined channel. (a) When depth of channel is more than 5ft and water is running When depth of channel is more than 5ft and work is done in closure. If depth is less than 5 fts. , above rates of item no. 19.35(a), 19.35(b) be decreased by 15%. This rate will also be applicable to bed portion. If the work pertains to flat brick lining the labour rates as well as through rates will be increased by 33% of rates of tile lining. If the work pertains to brick on edge lining the labour rates as well as through rates will be increased by 70% of rates of tile lining.

cum

425.19

3478.74

467.71

3521.26

sqm

48.65

49.29

48.65

49.29

(b)

sqm

43.45

44.09

43.45

44.09

Note:-

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

19.36 Brick lining 75 mm thick in 1:3 cement, sand mortar over LDPE over dressed sub-grade with 15 mm thick sand cushion in bed for trapezoidal section only including, laying trenching and jointing of LDPE. (a) (b) On side slopes. In bed sqm sqm 79.08 63.26 292.10 279.62 86.99 69.59 300.00 285.95

19.37 Laying brick on edge coping 229mm wide and 115mm thick in cement sand mortar 1:3 19.38 Laying brick on edge coping 356mm wide and 115mm thick in cement sand mortar 1:3 19.39 Laying brick on edge coping 550mm wide and 115mm thick in cement sand mortar 1:3 19.40 Laying E.C bags filled with cement concrete 1:4:8 including sewing and laying in position within 30 ms complete in all respects.

9.34

73.64

10.28

74.58

14.53

113.70

15.98

115.15

22.47

175.80

24.71

178.04

bag

15.08

63.34

16.59

64.84

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

19.41 Laying E.C bags filled with cement concrete 1:3:6 including sewing and laying in position within 30 ms complete in all respects.

bag

15.08

71.24

16.59

72.75

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CHAPTER NO. 20 OUTLETS


Notes :(i) The term "discharge" wherever used in this Chapter means designed full supply discharge of the parent channel opposite the oulet. The labour rates include the rehandling of materials within 100 ms. For outlets on lined canals, the basic rate will be 20% extra over and above the rate for katcha canal.
Description Unit Plains Labour Rate
1 2 3 4

(ii) (iii)
Sr. No.

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
5

Through Rate
7

20.1 Earth work for outlets :(a) Earth work for dismantling or construction of new pipe or barrel type outlets (including excavation refilling, consolidation and dressing) :-

(i)

Channel discharge upto 1.5 cum per second. Channel discharge exceeding 1.5 cum/s. but upto 3 cum/s

job

227.36

227.36

(ii)

job

362.22

362.22

(iii) Channel discharge exceeding 3 cum/s. but upto 6 cum/s (iv) Channel discharge exceeding 6 cum/s. but upto 10 cum/s
Note :-

job

567.66

567.66

job

896.06

896.06

Channels with discharge over 10 cum/s are classified as branches and therefore their payments should be made based on actual measurements. Earth work involved in dismantling open flume A.P.M. or O.S.M. type outlets (including excavation, refilling, consolidation and dressing)

(b)

(i) (ii)

With 'H' upto 0.5m With 'H' more than 0.5m but upto 0.9m

job job job

227.36 567.66 896.06

227.36 567.66 896.06

(iii) With 'H' more than 0.9m but upto 1.10m (c) Earth work involved in dismantling gullet walls of outlets for adjusting 'Y' of A.P.M. or 'B' of open flume outlets :-(i) With 'H' upto 0.5m

job

67.77

67.77

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

(ii)

With 'H' more than 0.5m but upto 0.9m

job

211.77

211.77

(iii) With 'H' more than 0.9m but upto 1.10m job (d) Earth work involved in constructing new O.F., A.P.M. or O.S.M. type outlets :-(i) (ii) With 'H' upto 0.5m With 'H' more than 0.5m but upto 0.9m job job 677.67 1312.98 677.67 1312.98 338.83 338.83 -

(iii) With 'H' more than 0.9m but upto 1.10m job
Note :-

1948.29

1948.29

(i)

Outlets with 'H' more than 1.10m will usually be located in main canal and branches, payment for these should be based on actual measurements. In case of dismantling, all earth work borrowed from outside for making up the deficiency in banks, if any, will be paid for separately in addition to above rates.

(ii)

(iii) The job rates given above include all operations for excavation, refilling and watering in layers, consolidation and dressing. 20.2 Dismantling outlets including removal of dismantled material involving lead upto 100 ms.

(a) Pipe or barrel type outlets. (i) (ii) Channel discharge upto 1.5 cum/s Channel discharge above 1.5 cum/s but upto 3 cum/s each 211.77 211.77 -

each

282.36

282.36

(iii) Channel discharge above 3 cum/s but upto 6 cum/s (iv) Channel discharge above 6 cum/s but upto 10 cum/s (b) Dismantling O.F., A.P.M. or O.S.M. type outlets consisting of total dismantling i.e., concrete R.C. slab and cement masonry.

each

317.66

317.66

each

338.83

338.83

(i)

With 'H' upto 0.5m Page 186

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Unit

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5

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

(ii)

With 'H' more than 0.5m but upto 0.9m

job

2287.12

2287.12

(iii) With 'H' more than 0.9m but upto 1.10m job (c) Dismantling O.F., A.P.M. or O.S.M. type outlets involving dismantling cement masonry and removing of precast R.C. Slab :-With 'H' upto 0.5m With 'H' more than 0.5m but upto 0.9m job job 847.08 1821.23 847.08 1821.23 3388.33 3388.33 -

(i) (ii)

(iii) With 'H' more than 0.9m but upto 1.10m job (d) Dismantling tail cluster bifurcation :-(i) Complete dismantling including concrete and masonry. Cement masonry only. 2795.37 2795.37 -

job job

2033.00 1482.39

2033.00 1482.39

(ii)

(e) Dismantling tail cluster trifurcation :-(i) Complete dismantling concrete as well as masonry. Cement masonry only. Dismantling tail cluster quadrifurcation:-

job job

2837.73 2033.00

2837.73 2033.00

(ii) (f)

(i)

Complete dismantling concrete as well as masonry. Cement masonry only.

job job

3684.81 2668.31

3684.81 2668.31

(ii)

20.3 Making temporary A.P.M. block and fixing at site :-(a) In case of new outlets where no dismantling and reconstructing of gullet walls is involved. (b) Extra for dismantling and reconstructing gullet walls where temporary A.P.M. block is to be fixed on existing outlet, without change in width of gullet i.e. 'B'

job

157.02

278.49

157.02

278.49

(i)

With 'H' upto 0.5m Page 187

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569.37

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569.37

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Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

(ii)

With 'H' more than 0.5m but upto 0.9m

job

291.39

910.17

291.39

910.17

(iii) With 'H' more than 0.9m but upto 1.10m job (c) Extra over item No. 20.3 (a) in case of old outlets where dismantling and reconstructing of gullet walls is involved including change in width of gullet i.e., 'B' of the outlet upto 30 mm H' upto 0.5m H' more than 0.5m but upto 0.9m job job job 283.65 494.16 735.27 859.76 1627.80 2391.68 283.65 494.16 735.27 859.76 1627.80 2391.68 421.48 1217.36 421.48 1217.36

(i) (ii)

(iii) H' more than 0.9m but upto 1.10m 20.4 Adjusting A.P.M to the correct 'Y' and fixing in position. (a) In case of new outlets where no dismantling and reconstructing of gullet walls is involved. (b) Extra over item No. 20.4 (a) in case of outlets where dismantling and reconstructing of gullet walls is involved without change in width of gullet i.e., 'B' of the outlet (c) Extra over item No. 20.4 (a) in case of old outlets where dismantling and reconstructing of gullet walls is involved including change in width of gullet i.e., 'B' of the outlet upto 30 mm

job

100.00

100.00

job

Same as for item No. 20.3(b)

Same as for item No. 20.3(b)

job

Same as for item No. 20.3(c)

Same as for item No. 20.3(c)

20.5 Adjusting check plates of open flume outlet to correct 'B' and fixing at site flush with the gullet walls :-(a) In case of new outlets where no dismantling and reconstructing of gullet walls is involved. (b) Extra over item No. 20.5 (a) in case of old outlets where dismantling and reconstructing of gullet walls is involved without change in width of gullet walls i.e., 'B' of the outlet job

job

100.00

100.00

Same as for item No. 20.3(b)

Same as for item No. 20.3(b)

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(c)

Extra over item No. 20.5 (a) in case of existing outlets where dismantling and reconstructing side walls is involved including change of 'B' upto 30 mm H' upto 0.5m H' more than 0.5m but upto 0.9m job job job 322.37 610.25 870.67 941.15 1997.17 2925.45 322.37 610.25 870.67 941.15 1997.17 2925.45

(i) (ii)

(iii) H' more than 0.9m but upto 1.10m


Note :-

(i)

In case change in 'B' is more than 30mm curved approach shall have to be dismantled considerably and therefore payment may be made on the basis of the actual measurements. Rates for adjusting 'B' of an open flume outlet without check plates will be the same as per item Nos. 20.5 (c-i) to 20.5 (ciii) as the case may be.

(ii)

20.6 Extra over item No. 20.3, 20.4 and 20.5 as the case may be, for adjusting of crest levels of O.F. and A.P.M. outlets with 1:2:4 cement concrete when lowering of crest level is involved :--

(a) H' upto 0.5m (b) H' more than 0.5m but upto 0.9m (c) H' more than 0.9m but upto 1.10m

job job job

148.75 223.13 297.50

220.45 277.29 369.72

148.75 223.13 297.50

220.45 277.29 369.72

20.7 Extra over item No. 20.3, 20.4 and 20.5 as the case may be for adjusting crest level of O.F. and A.P.M. outlets with 1:2:4 cement concrete when raising of the crest level is involved.

(a) H' upto 0.5m (b) H' more than 0.5m but upto 0.9m (c) H' more than 0.9m but upto 1.10m

job job job

111.56 148.75 223.13

183.27 202.92 295.35

111.56 148.75 223.13

183.27 202.92 295.35

20.8 Constructing, watching and removing bund in running water for outlets :--

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Unit

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Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


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Through Rate
7

(a) For adjusting 'B' 'Y' or crest level of the O.F. and A.P.M. types for plains and for dismantling or constructing pipe or barrel type outlets for sub mountainous region :--

(i)

For channels with designed F.S. depth up to 0.5m For channels with designed F.S. depth above 0.5m but upto 0.9m

job

447.17

553.82

491.88

598.54

(ii)

job

762.33

967.64

838.56

1043.87

(iii) For channels with designed F.S. depth above 0.9m but upto 1.10m (b) For constructing complete O.F. or A.P.M. type outlets in running water :-(i) For channels with designed F.S. depth up to 0.5m For channels with designed F.S. depth above 0.5m but upto 0.9m

job

1382.80

1718.76

1521.08

1857.04

job

991.64

1247.62

991.64

1247.62

(ii)

job

1343.42

1695.39

1343.42

1695.39

(iii) For channels with designed F.S. depth above 0.9m but upto 1.10m (c) For dismantling or constructing pipe outlets :-For channels with designed F.S. depth up to 0.5m For channels with designed F.S. depth above 0.5m but upto 0.9m

job

2214.08

2811.35

2214.08

2811.35

(i)

job

447.17

553.82

447.17

553.82

(ii)

job

479.46

626.11

479.46

626.11

(iii) For channels with designed F.S. depth above 0.9m but upto 1.10m

job

778.08

964.72

778.08

964.72

20.9 Adjusting 'B' of tail cluster by dismantling and per rebuilding throat walls. outlet 20.10 Extra labour for dressing bricks on O.F. and A.P.M. type outlets :(i) H' upto 0.5m per outlet per outlet per outlet

211.56

476.72

211.56

476.72

480.00

480.00

(ii)

H' more than 0.5m but upto 0.9m

960.00

960.00

(iii) H' more than 0.9m but upto 1.10m

1520.00

1520.00

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Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

20.11 Repairing damaged reducing collar of hume pipe per outlet outlets. 20.12 Laying iron pipes for outlets upto 150 mm diameter. 20.13 Laying re-inforced cement concrete pipes for outlets and culverts including joining ends and fixing collar with cement mortar 1:2 :-(a) upto 150 mm inside diameter. (b) above 150 mm but upto 300 mm inside dia. (c) above 300 mm but upto 600 mm inside dia. m

148.75

177.89

163.63

192.76

30.00

33.00

22.09

28.94

24.30

31.15

49.58

63.28

54.54

68.24

123.96

163.17

136.36

175.57

(d) above 600 mm but upto 900 mm inside dia.


Note :-

247.92

312.78

272.71

337.57

The through rates for item No. 20.13 are applicable when the joints are plugged with cement mortar 1:2.

20.14 Hoisting and placing precast R.C. Slab or stones in position on outlets or W.C culverts.

per outlet or culvert

160.00

176.00

20.15 Providing APM cast iron block complete in all respects including supply of pig iron, casting and pattern making, as per ISI specifications no. 7986-1976 (a) Standard Bt of module= 0.20 ft Minimum weight of module= 65 kg (b) Standard Bt of module= 0.25 ft Minimum weight of module= 68 kg (c) Standard Bt of module= 0.32 ft Minimum weight of module= 72 kg

job

2925.00

2925.00

job

3060.00

3060.00

job

3240.00

3240.00

(d) Standard Bt of module= 0.40 ft Minimum weight of module= 76 kg (e) Standard Bt of module= 0.50 ft Minimum weight of module= 80 kg (f) Standard Bt of module= 0.80 ft Minimum weight of module= 84 kg Page 191

job

3420.00

3420.00

job

3600.00

3600.00

job

3780.00

3780.00 CSR - 2010

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Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

(g) Standard Bt of module= 1.0 ft Minimum weight of module= 90 kg Note:(i) Above rates are inclusive of pattern making, casting and finishing (complete in all respects). Size of Bt is standard as per ISI code 7986 1976 para 6.3.2.

job

4050.00

4050.00

(ii)

(iii) Minimum Weight of module can vary by 2%.

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CHAPTER NO. 21 BRIDGES - FOUNDATION & SUB-STRUCTURE


Notes for Bridge Chapter 21 & 22:1 2 The rates are based on PPC cement. The rates of aggregates, course sand, fine sand & bitumen include carriage of material for the first 5 km from quarry/source. The rates of bitumen are based on Panipat Refinery Rates prevailing in July 2010 including all taxes & carriage for the first 5 km from Panipat. In estimate difference of rate may be provided as on date of estimation. Quantities of cement given in the rate analysis are approximate for the purpose of estimation. Acual contents should be as per job mix formula and the payment may be adjusted for increase or decrease in cement content accodingly. The source of material and samples are required to be approved by the Engineer before the start of work. The contractor shall arrange to provide and maintain an adequately equipped field laboratory with well trained staff. Charges for Water, needle vibrator have not been included for items as it is assumed that same would be considered under sundries charges. The analysis of RCC have been worked out without steel reinforcement but includes formwork Steel Plates not less than 3 mm (Minimum)(including centering and staging). The mixing of cement concrete has been considered both by using concrete mixer and batching plant (placed within 1 km). The rates can be adopted depending upon availability of equipment and as approved by Engineer-in-charge. The rates of various types of bearings, expansion joints, prestressed concrete assosorries, benotonite, G.I.wire, Metal beam crash barrier, concrete admixtures, H.T.strand etc have been taken in the various analyses as per prevailing rates in the market. During the preparation of the individual estimate of a particular work, these rates may be re-confirmed from the manufacturers.

10

11

The machinery rates have been incorporated as per MOSRT&H Standard Data Book (First Revision) for the 2001-02 after adding escalation 50% calculated on the basis of price index for all commodities. The coarse and fine aggregate for cement concrete shall be as per IS:383. In the case of open foundation, dewatering shall not be permitted from the time of placing of concrete upto 24 hours after placement. The concrete mix used in bottom plug shall have a minimum cement content of 330 kg/cum and a slump of about 150mm to permit easy flow of concrete through tremie to fill-up all cavities.

12 13

14

15

In case of cement concrete piles, the minimum grade of concrete shall be M35.

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The quantity of concrete which is required to be stripped off upto a minimum height of 600mm above the designed top level of the pile has been taken into account in the analysis. Cost of HT steel has been taken for delivery at site. Hence carriage has not been considered. The rates for 6 mm or any other thickness for mastic asphalt may be worked out on pro-rata basis. Where tack coat is required to be provided before laying mastic asphalt, the same is required to be measured and paid separately. In case of viaducts in urban areas, the drainage spouts should be connected with suitably located pipelines to discharge the surface run-off to drains provided at ground level. In case of bridges, sufficient length of G.I. Pipe shall be provided to ensure that there is no splashing of water from the drainage spout on the structure. The nominal size of aggregates shall be 12.5 mm for depth of joint upto 75 mm and 20 mm for joints of depth more than 75 mm. The installation of the expansion joints shall be done by the manufacturer or his authorised representative to the satisfaction of the Engineer. The concreting for joining the expansion joint assembly with the deck has not been included in this analysis as the same is catered in the quantities of RCC deck. The anchoring bars of the expansion joint assembly shall be welded to the main reinforcement of the deck. The rates are without using admixture. Where admixture is required to be used following quantity can be provided for estimate purposes but payment will be made as per actual mix design. Grade of Concrete Where the work is to be done by using Concrete Mixer 0.40% 0.40% 0.40% 0.40% 0.40% Where the work is to be Where the work is to done by using Batch be done by using Batch Mixing Mixing Plant & Pumping of Plant/RMC Concrete/RMC 0.40% 1.00% 0.40% 0.40% 0.80% 0.80% 0.80% 0.80% 0.80% 1.00% 1.00% 1.00% 1.00% 1.00% 1.00% 1.00%

17 18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

Sr. No.

i ii iii iv v vi vii viii 27

M-20 M-25 M-30 M-35 M-40 M-45 M-50 M-55

For the execution of works involving the use of skilled labour, extra premium of 10% may be allowed for estimating purpose over and above the premium or abatement fixed for the area concerned. The contractor is to be paid only on the basis of rates of premium and abatement tendered by him on the basic Schedule of Rates i. e. not taking into consideration the 10 per cent applicable weightage in ceiling premium. For isolated works and works in villages, tenders for such works should be clearly invited on this bases. As regards classification of a work under this category, each case should be examined on merit. Page 194 CSR - 2010

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Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

21.1 Earth work in excavation of foundation of structures as per drawing and technical specification, including setting out, construction of shoring and bracing, removal of stumps and other deleterious matter, dressing of sides and bottom and backfilling with approved material. A In soil Manual Means a Depth upto 3 m b Depth above 3 m & upto 6 m c Depth above 6 m Mechanical Means a Depth upto 3 m b C Depth above 3 m & upto 6 m requiring cum cum cum cum 90.21 59.10 198.33 324.55 90.21 59.10 248.88 324.55 99.23 65.01 218.16 357.01 99.23 65.01 268.71 357.01 c Depth above 6m Ordinary Rock (not blasting) a

cum cum cum cum cum cum

63.15 81.19 108.26 45.83 52.38 63.11

63.15 81.19 108.26 45.83 52.38 63.11

69.47 89.31 119.09 50.41 57.62 69.42

69.47 89.31 119.09 50.41 57.62 69.42

D E F

Depth upto 3 m by manual means upto 3 m by Mechanical b Depth Means Hard Rock (requiring blasting) Hard Rock (blasting prohibited) Marshy Soil (a) Depth upto 3 m by manual means (b) Depth upto 3 m by Mechanical Means

cum cum cum

298.88 82.02 242.60

298.88 82.02 242.60

328.77 90.22 266.86

328.77 90.22 266.86

Back Filling in Marshy Foundation Pits 21.2 Filling space around footing in rock with Plain cement concrete 1:3:6 nominal mix or in foundation with crushed stone aggregate 40 mm nominal size mechanically mixed, placed in foundation and compacted by vibration including curing for 14 days. 21.3 Sand Filling in Foundation Trenches as per Drawing & Technical Specification.

cum

519.19

2425.06

571.11

2476.98

cum 21.4 Plain cement concrete 1:3:6 nominal mix in foundation with crushed stone aggregate 40 mm nominal size mechanically mixed, placed in foundation and compacted by vibration including curing for 14 days.

53.75

321.18

59.13

326.56

cum

519.19

2425.06

571.11

2476.98

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Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

21.5

Brick Masonry Work in Cement Mortar 1:3 in Foundation complete excluding Pointing and Plastering, as per Drawing and Technical Specifications. cum 559.82 3090.43 615.80 3146.41 Stone Masonry Work in Cement Mortar 1:3 in Foundation Square Rubble Coursed Rubble Masonry (first sort) cum B Random Rubble Masonry cum 808.68 724.08 2472.60 2421.00 889.55 796.49 2500.08 2553.47

21.6 A

21.7 Plain/Reinforced Cement Concrete in Open Foundation complete as per Drawing and Technical Specifications. A B C PCC Grade M15 PCC Grade M20 RCC Grade M20 (i) (ii) D Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump. cum cum 706.64 556.12 3314.79 3164.27 777.30 611.73 3385.45 3219.88 cum cum 686.92 705.42 2861.65 3286.87 755.61 775.96 2930.34 3357.41

PCC Grade M25 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump. RCC Grade M25 (i) (ii) Using Concrete Mixer cum With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump. PCC Grade M30 (i) Using Concrete Mixer (ii) With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M30 Using Concrete Mixer cum With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump cum 553.10 3510.91 608.41 3566.22 702.89 3660.70 773.18 3730.99 cum cum cum 711.73 561.59 702.07 552.28 3646.22 3496.08 3639.00 3489.21 782.90 617.75 772.28 607.51 3717.39 3552.24 3709.21 3544.44 (i) (ii) cum cum 710.34 560.19 3612.30 3462.15 781.37 616.21 3683.33 3518.17

H (i) (ii)

RCC Grade M35 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump. cum 537.16 3582.38 590.88 3636.10 cum 686.24 3731.46 754.86 3800.08

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Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

21.8 Providing and Constructing Temporary Island 16 m diameter for Construction of Well Foundation for 8m dia. Well. (i) (ii) depth of water 1.0 m . depth of water 4.0 m No No 24103.36 79961.82 41492.64 224278.42 26513.70 43902.98

87958.00 232274.60

21.9 Providing and constructing one span service road to reach island location from one pier location to another pier location. 21.10 Providing and Laying Cutting Edge of Mild Steel weighing 40 kg per metre for Well Foundation complete as per Drawing and Technical Specification. 21.11 Plain/Reinforced Cement Concrete, in Well Foundation complete as per Drawing and Technical Specification. A (i) Well curb RCC Grade M20 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M25 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M35 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Well steining PCC Grade M20 Using Concrete Mixer RCC Grade M20 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump PCC Grade M25 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M25 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump PCC Grade M30 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M30 Using Concrete Mixer

1279.10

1990.14

1407.01

2118.05

7422.22

57786.64

8164.44

58528.86

cum cum cum cum cum cum

1271.86 1098.18 1346.11 1172.43 1371.31 1197.63

3880.01 3706.33 4280.60 4106.92 4416.53 4242.85

1399.04 1208.00 1480.72 1289.67 1508.44 1317.39

4007.19 3816.15 4415.21 4224.16 4553.66 4362.61

(ii)

(iii)

B (i) (ii)

cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum

915.56 918.59 759.39 952.02 792.82 955.74 796.52 956.00 796.80 958.38

3497.01 3526.74 3367.54 3853.98 3694.78 3890.23 3731.01 3892.93 3733.73 3916.19

1007.12 1010.45 835.33 1047.22 872.10 1051.31 876.17 1051.60 876.48 1054.21

3588.57 3618.60 3443.48 3949.18 3774.06 3985.80 3810.66 3988.53 3813.41 4012.02

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vI)

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Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump (vii) RCC Grade M35 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump (viii) RCC M40 Grade With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump C Bottom Plug (i) PCC Grade M20 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump (ii) PCC Grade M25 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump (iii) PCC Grade M30 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump (iv) PCC Grade M35 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump D Intermediate plug (i) PCC Grade M20 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump (ii) PCC Grade M25 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump (iii) PCC Grade M30 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump E (i) (ii) (iii) Top plug PCC Grade M15 PCC Grade M20 Grade M25 PCC Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump PCC Grade M30 Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Well cap RCC Grade M20

cum cum cum

799.19 968.31 809.12

3757.00 4013.53 3854.34

879.11 1065.14 890.03

3836.92 4110.36 3935.25

cum

821.05

3971.17

903.16

4053.28

cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum

912.02 581.17 932.08 601.22 934.27 603.41 936.09 605.23

3693.93 3372.31 4066.56 3744.93 4107.22 3785.58 4141.08 3819.44

1003.22 639.29 1025.29 661.34 1027.70 663.75 1029.70 665.75

3785.13 3430.43 4159.77 3805.05 4200.65 3845.92 4234.69 3879.96

cum cum cum cum cum cum

740.27 420.68 740.27 420.68 148.74 420.68

3522.18 3211.82 3874.75 3564.39 3321.69 3602.85

814.30 462.75 814.30 462.75 163.61 462.75

3596.21 3253.89 3948.78 3606.46 3336.56 3644.92

cum cum cum cum cum cum

565.34 565.34 565.34 420.61 565.34 420.61

2740.07 3146.79 3467.30 3322.57 3502.27 3357.54

621.87 621.87 621.87 462.67 621.87 462.67

2796.60 3203.32 3523.83 3364.63 3558.80 3399.60

(iv)

F (i)

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Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

Using Concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M25 With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M30 With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M35 With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC M40 Grade With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Sinking of 6 m external diameter well (other than pneumatic method of sinking) through all types of strata namely sandy soil, clayey soil and rock as shown against each case, complete as per drawing and technical specifications. Depth of sinking is reckoned from bed level.The rate inclusive of dewatering A (i) (ii) (iii) Sandy Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth (iv) 21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth

cum cum

706.64 556.12

3314.79 3164.27

777.30 611.73

3385.45 3219.88

(ii)

cum

561.59

3496.08

617.75

3552.24

(iii)

cum

553.10

3510.91

608.41

3566.22

(iv)

cum

537.16

3582.38

590.88

3636.10

(v)

cum

540.74

3690.86

594.81

3744.93

21.12

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3467.28 4994.52 5244.25 5506.46 5781.78 6070.87 6374.41 6693.13 7027.79 7379.18 7748.14 8135.55 10494.86 11281.98 12128.12 13037.74 14015.57 15066.73 16196.74

3467.28 4994.52 5244.25 5506.46 5781.78 6070.87 6374.41 6693.13 7027.79 7379.18 7748.14 8135.55 10494.86 11281.98 12128.12 13037.74 14015.57 15066.73 16196.74

3814.01 5493.97 5768.67 6057.10 6359.96 6677.96 7011.86 7362.45 7730.57 8117.10 8522.96 8949.11 11544.35 12410.17 13340.94 14341.51 15417.12 16573.40 17816.41

3814.01 5493.97 5768.67 6057.10 6359.96 6677.96 7011.86 7362.45 7730.57 8117.10 8522.96 8949.11 11544.35 12410.17 13340.94 14341.51 15417.12 16573.40 17816.41 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

28 m depth 29 m depth (v) 30 m depth 31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth 37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth B (i) (ii) (iii) Clayey Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth 21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth 29 m depth 30 m depth 31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth

m m m m m m m m m m m m m

17411.50 18717.36 20121.17 22133.28 24346.61 26781.26 29459.39 32405.33 35645.86 39210.44 43131.49 47444.64 52189.10

17411.50 18717.36 20121.17 22133.28 24346.61 26781.26 29459.39 32405.33 35645.86 39210.44 43131.49 47444.64 52189.10

19152.65 20589.10 22133.28 24346.61 26781.26 29459.39 32405.33 35645.86 39210.44 43131.49 47444.64 52189.10 57408.01

19152.65 20589.10 22133.28 24346.61 26781.26 29459.39 32405.33 35645.86 39210.44 43131.49 47444.64 52189.10 57408.01

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5053.00 11927.37 13149.93 13807.43 14497.80 15222.69 15983.82 16783.01 17622.16 18503.27 19428.43 20399.85 27412.30 29468.23 31678.34 34054.22 36608.29 39353.91 42305.45 45478.35 48889.22 52555.91 55499.04 61048.95 67153.85 73869.24 81256.16 89381.78

5053.00 11927.37 13149.93 13807.43 14497.80 15222.69 15983.82 16783.01 17622.16 18503.27 19428.43 20399.85 27412.30 29468.23 31678.34 34054.22 36608.29 39353.91 42305.45 45478.35 48889.22 52555.91 55499.04 61048.95 67153.85 73869.24 81256.16 89381.78

5558.30 13120.11 14464.92 15188.17 15947.58 16744.96 17582.21 18461.32 19384.39 20353.61 21371.29 22439.85 30153.56 32415.08 34846.20 37459.67 40269.14 43289.33 46536.03 50026.23 53778.20 57811.56 61049.01 67153.91 73869.31 81256.22 89381.86 98320.05

5558.30 13120.11 14464.92 15188.17 15947.58 16744.96 17582.21 18461.32 19384.39 20353.61 21371.29 22439.85 30153.56 32415.08 34846.20 37459.67 40269.14 43289.33 46536.03 50026.23 53778.20 57811.56 61049.01 67153.91 73869.31 81256.22 89381.86 98320.05 CSR - 2010

(iv)

(v)

Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth Soft Rock (6m dia well ) Depth in Soft rock strata up to 3m Hard Rock (6m dia well ) Depth in hard rock strata upto 3 m

m m m m

98319.95 108151.95 118967.14 130863.86

98319.95 108151.95 118967.14 130863.86

108152.05 118967.26 130863.99 143950.39

108152.05 118967.26 130863.99 143950.39

14616.29

14616.29

16077.92

16077.92

13381.63

13976.02

14719.79

15314.18

21.13

A (i) (ii) (iii)

(iv)

(v)

Sinking of 7 m external diameter well (other than pneumatic method of sinking) through all types of strata namely sandy soil, clayey soil and rock as shown against each case, complete as per drawing and technical specifications. Depth of sinking is reckoned from bed level.The rate inclusive of dewatering. Sandy Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth 21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth 29 m depth 30 m depth 31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

5324.74 7182.18 7541.29 7918.35 8314.27 8729.98 9166.48 9624.80 10106.04 10611.34 11141.91 11699.01 15091.73 16223.60 17440.38 18748.40 20154.54 21666.13 23291.09 25037.92 26915.76 28934.45 31827.89 35010.67 38511.74 42362.92 46599.20 51259.13

5324.74 7182.18 7541.29 7918.35 8314.27 8729.98 9166.48 9624.80 10106.04 10611.34 11141.91 11699.01 15091.73 16223.60 17440.38 18748.40 20154.54 21666.13 23291.09 25037.92 26915.76 28934.45 31827.89 35010.67 38511.74 42362.92 46599.20 51259.13

5857.21 7900.40 8295.42 8710.19 9145.70 9602.99 10083.14 10587.30 11116.67 11672.50 12256.13 12868.94 16600.93 17846.00 19184.46 20623.30 22170.05 23832.80 25620.26 27541.79 29607.42 31827.97 35010.77 38511.84 42363.02 46599.32 51259.26 56385.19

5857.21 7900.40 8295.42 8710.19 9145.70 9602.99 10083.14 10587.30 11116.67 11672.50 12256.13 12868.94 16600.93 17846.00 19184.46 20623.30 22170.05 23832.80 25620.26 27541.79 29607.42 31827.97 35010.77 38511.84 42363.02 46599.32 51259.26 56385.19 CSR - 2010

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1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

B (i) (ii) (iii)

37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth Clayey Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth

m m m m

56385.04 62023.54 68225.89 75048.48

56385.04 62023.54 68225.89 75048.48

62023.72 68226.08 75048.70 82553.57

62023.72 68226.08 75048.70 82553.57

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

7182.18 12539.80 13825.13 14516.39 15242.21 16004.32 16804.54 17644.77 18527.01 19453.36 20426.03 21447.33 28819.85 30981.34 33304.94 35802.81 38488.01 41374.62 44477.72 47813.54 51399.55 55254.52 58348.77 64183.65 70602.02 77662.23 85428.45 93971.30 103368.44 113705.28 125075.80 137583.38

7182.18 12539.80 13825.13 14516.39 15242.21 16004.32 16804.54 17644.77 18527.01 19453.36 20426.03 21447.33 28819.85 30981.34 33304.94 35802.81 38488.01 41374.62 44477.72 47813.54 51399.55 55254.52 58348.77 64183.65 70602.02 77662.23 85428.45

7900.40 13793.78 15207.64 15968.02 16766.42 17604.74 18484.98 19409.23 20379.69 21398.67 22468.60 23592.03 31701.80 34079.43 36635.39 39383.04 42336.78 45512.03 48925.43 52594.85 56539.46 60779.92 64183.59 70601.96 77662.16 85428.37 93971.20

7900.40 13793.78 15207.64 15968.02 16766.42 17604.74 18484.98 19409.23 20379.69 21398.67 22468.60 23592.03 31701.80 34079.43 36635.39 39383.04 42336.78 45512.03 48925.43 52594.85 56539.46 60779.92 64183.59 70601.96 77662.16 85428.37 93971.20

(iv)

21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth 29 m depth 30 m depth

(v)

31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth 37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth

93971.30 103368.32 103368.32 103368.44 113705.16 113705.16 113705.28 125075.67 125075.67 125075.80 137583.24 137583.24 137583.38 151341.57 151341.57

Soft Rock (7m dia well ) Depth in Soft rock strata up to 3m Hard Rock (7m dia well ) Depth in hard rock strata upto 3 m Sinking of 8 m external diameter well (other than pneumatic

13377.12

13377.12

14714.83

14714.83

14637.66

15665.34

16101.43

17129.11

21.14

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Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

A (i) (ii) (iii)

Sandy Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

6521.75 8056.66 8459.49 8882.46 9326.58 9792.91 10282.56 10796.69 11336.52 11903.35 12498.52 13123.45 16929.25 18198.95 19563.86 21031.15 22608.49 24304.13 26126.94 28086.46 30192.94 32457.41 35703.14 39273.46 43200.80 47520.89 52272.97 57500.27 63250.30 69575.33 76532.86 84186.14

6521.75 8056.66 8459.49 8882.46 9326.58 9792.91 10282.56 10796.69 11336.52 11903.35 12498.52 13123.45 16929.25 18198.95 19563.86 21031.15 22608.49 24304.13 26126.94 28086.46 30192.94 32457.41 35703.14 39273.46 43200.80 47520.89 52272.97 57500.27 63250.30 69575.33 76532.86 84186.14

7173.93 8862.33 9305.44 9770.71 10259.25 10772.21 11310.82 11876.36 12470.18 13093.69 13748.37 14435.79 18622.16 20018.83 21520.25 23134.27 24869.34 26734.54 28739.63 30895.10 33212.23 35703.14 39273.46 43200.80 47520.89 52272.97 57500.27 63250.30 69575.33 76532.86 84186.14 92604.76

7173.93 8862.33 9305.44 9770.71 10259.25 10772.21 11310.82 11876.36 12470.18 13093.69 13748.37 14435.79 18622.16 20018.83 21520.25 23134.27 24869.34 26734.54 28739.63 30895.10 33212.23 35703.14 39273.46 43200.80 47520.89 52272.97 57500.27 63250.30 69575.33 76532.86 84186.14 92604.76

(iv)

21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth 29 m depth 30 m depth 31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth 37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth Clayey Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth 21 m depth 22 m depth

(v)

B (i) (ii) (iii)

(iv)

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m Page 203

8817.22 13085.48 14426.74 15148.08 15905.48 16700.75 17535.79 18412.58 19333.21 20299.87 21314.86 22380.60 30073.93 32329.48

8817.22 13085.48 14426.74 15148.08 15905.48 16700.75 17535.79 18412.58 19333.21 20299.87 21314.86 22380.60 30073.93 32329.48

9698.94 14394.03 15869.42 16662.89 17496.03 18370.83 19289.37 20253.84 21266.53 22329.86 23446.35 24618.67 33081.34 35562.44

9698.94 14394.03 15869.42 16662.89 17496.03 18370.83 19289.37 20253.84 21266.53 22329.86 23446.35 24618.67 33081.34 35562.44 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

(v)

23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth 29 m depth 30 m depth 31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth 37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth Soft Rock (8m dia well ) Depth in Soft rock strata up to 3m Hard Rock (8m dia well ) Depth in hard rock strata upto 3 m Sinking of 9 m external diameter well (other than pneumatic method of sinking) through all types of strata namely sandy soil, clayey soil and rock as shown against each case, complete as per drawing and technical specifications. Depth of sinking is reckoned from bed level.The rate inclusive of dewatering

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

34754.19 37360.74 40162.80 43175.01 46413.14 49894.12 53636.18 57658.89 60887.79 66976.56 73674.22 81041.64 89145.81 98060.38 107866.42 118653.07 130518.37 143570.21

34754.19 37360.74 40162.80 43175.01 46413.14 49894.12 53636.18 57658.89 60887.79 66976.56 73674.22 81041.64 89145.81 98060.38 107866.42 118653.07 130518.37 143570.21

38229.62 41096.84 44179.11 47492.54 51054.48 54883.56 58999.83 63424.82 66976.61 73674.27 81041.69 89145.86 98060.45 107866.50 118653.14 130518.47 143570.31 157927.34

38229.62 41096.84 44179.11 47492.54 51054.48 54883.56 58999.83 63424.82 66976.61 73674.27 81041.69 89145.86 98060.45 107866.50 118653.14 130518.47 143570.31 157927.34

14541.66

14541.66

15995.83

15995.83

14673.83

15829.27

16141.21

17296.65

21.15

A (i) (ii) (iii)

Sandy Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth

m m m m m m m m m m m m Page 204

6571.04 8815.68 9256.46 9719.28 10205.24 10715.50 11251.28 11813.84 12404.53 13024.76 13676.00 14359.80

6571.04 8815.68 9256.46 9719.28 10205.24 10715.50 11251.28 11813.84 12404.53 13024.76 13676.00 14359.80

7228.14 9697.25 10182.11 10691.22 11225.78 11787.07 12376.42 12995.24 13645.00 14327.25 15043.61 15795.79

7228.14 9697.25 10182.11 10691.22 11225.78 11787.07 12376.42 12995.24 13645.00 14327.25 15043.61 15795.79 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

(iv)

21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth 29 m depth 30 m depth

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

18524.15 19913.46 21406.97 23012.50 24738.43 26593.81 28588.34 30732.47 33037.40 35515.21 39066.73 42973.40 47270.75 51997.82 57197.60 62917.37 69209.10 76130.02 83743.02 92117.33

18524.15 19913.46 21406.97 23012.50 24738.43 26593.81 28588.34 30732.47 33037.40 35515.21 39066.73 42973.40 47270.75 51997.82 57197.60 62917.37 69209.10 76130.02 83743.02

20376.56 21904.81 23547.67 25313.75 27212.28 29253.20 31447.20 33805.74 36341.17 39066.76 42973.43 47270.77 51997.85 57197.63 62917.39 69209.14 76130.05 83743.06 92117.36

20376.56 21904.81 23547.67 25313.75 27212.28 29253.20 31447.20 33805.74 36341.17 39066.76 42973.43 47270.77 51997.85 57197.63 62917.39 69209.14 76130.05 83743.06 92117.36

(v)

31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth 37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth

92117.33 101329.10 101329.10

B (i) (ii) (iii)

Clayey Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth

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9304.52 14072.18 15514.58 16290.31 17104.83 17960.07 18858.07 19800.97 20791.02 21830.57 22922.10 24068.21 32341.66 34767.27 37374.81 40177.92 43191.27 46430.61 49912.91 53656.38 57680.61

9304.52 15479.40 15514.58 16290.31 17104.83 17960.07 18858.07 19800.97 20791.02 21830.57 22922.10 24068.21 32341.66 34767.27 37374.81 40177.92 43191.27 46430.61 49912.91 53656.38 57680.61

10234.97 15479.40 17066.04 17919.34 18815.31 19756.08 20743.88 21781.07 22870.12 24013.63 25214.31 26475.03 35575.82 38243.99 41112.29 44195.71 47510.39 51073.67 54904.20 59022.01 63448.67

10234.97 15479.40 17066.04 17919.34 18815.31 19756.08 20743.88 21781.07 22870.12 24013.63 25214.31 26475.03 35575.82 38243.99 41112.29 44195.71 47510.39 51073.67 54904.20 59022.01 63448.67 CSR - 2010

(iv)

21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth 29 m depth

Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

30 m depth (v) 31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth 37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth C Soft Rock (9m dia well ) Depth in Soft rock strata up to 3m D Hard Rock (9m dia well ) Depth in hard rock strata upto 3 m Sinking of 10 m external diameter well (other than pneumatic method of sinking) Sandy Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth (iv) 21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth 29 m depth 30 m depth (v) 31 m depth

m m m m m m m m m m m

62006.65 65479.03 72026.93 79229.62 87152.58 95867.85 105454.63 116000.09 127600.12 140360.12 154396.13

62006.65 65479.03 72026.93 79229.62 87152.58

68207.32 72026.93 79229.62 87152.58 95867.85

68207.32 72026.93 79229.62 87152.58 95867.85

95867.85 105454.63 105454.63 105454.63 116000.09 116000.09 116000.09 127600.12 127600.12 127600.12 140360.12 140360.12 140360.12 154396.13 154396.13 154396.13 169835.74 169835.74

17229.70

17229.70

18952.67

18952.67

17234.38

18678.68

18957.82

20402.12

21.16 A (i) (ii) (iii)

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

7941.21 9306.82 9772.16 10260.77 10773.81 11312.50 11878.13 12472.04 13095.64 13750.42 14437.94 15159.84 19556.20 21022.91 22599.62 24294.60 26116.69 28075.44 30181.10 32444.69 34878.04 37493.89 41243.28

7941.21 9306.82 9772.16 10260.77 10773.81 11312.50 11878.13 12472.04 13095.64 13750.42 14437.94 15159.84 19556.20 21022.91 22599.62 24294.60 26116.69 28075.44 30181.10 32444.69 34878.04 37493.89 41243.28

8735.33 10237.50 10749.38 11286.85 11851.19 12443.75 13065.94 13719.24 14405.20 15125.46 15881.73 16675.82 21511.81 23125.20 24859.60 26724.06 28728.36 30882.98 33199.21 35689.15 38365.84 41243.27 45367.60

8735.33 10237.50 10749.38 11286.85 11851.19 12443.75 13065.94 13719.24 14405.20 15125.46 15881.73 16675.82 21511.81 23125.20 24859.60 26724.06 28728.36 30882.98 33199.21 35689.15 38365.84 41243.27 45367.60 CSR - 2010

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1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth 37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth B (i) (ii) (iii) Clayey Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth (iv) 21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth 29 m depth 30 m depth (v) 31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth 37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth

m m m m m m m m m

45367.61 49904.36 54894.80 60384.29 66422.71 73064.99 80371.49 88408.63 97249.50

45367.61 49904.36 54894.80 60384.29 66422.71 73064.99 80371.49 88408.63

49904.35 54894.79 60384.28 66422.70 73064.98 80371.48 88408.62 97249.49

49904.35 54894.79 60384.28 66422.70 73064.98 80371.48 88408.62 97249.49

97249.50 106974.43 106974.43

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10074.23 13957.45 15388.09 16157.49 16965.36 17813.63 18704.31 19639.53 20621.51 21652.59 22735.22 23871.98 32077.97 34483.83 37070.10 39850.37 42839.14 46052.07 49505.98 53218.92 57210.34 61501.11 64945.18 71439.69 78583.67 86442.04 95086.24 104594.87 115054.36 126559.80 139215.77

10074.23 13957.45 15388.09 16157.49 16965.36 17813.63 18704.31 19639.53 20621.51 21652.59 22735.22 23871.98 32077.97 34483.83 37070.10 39850.37 42839.14 46052.07 49505.98 53218.92 57210.34 61501.11 64945.18 71439.69 78583.67 86442.04

11081.65 15353.20 16926.89 17773.23 18661.89 19594.98 20574.73 21603.47 22683.64 23817.82 25008.71 26259.15 35285.72 37932.15 40777.07 43835.35 47123.00 50657.23 54456.52 58540.76 62931.32 67651.17 71439.65 78583.61 86441.96 95086.15

11081.65 15353.20 16926.89 17773.23 18661.89 19594.98 20574.73 21603.47 22683.64 23817.82 25008.71 26259.15 35285.72 37932.15 40777.07 43835.35 47123.00 50657.23 54456.52 58540.76 62931.32 67651.17 71439.65 78583.61 86441.96 95086.15

95086.24 104594.76 104594.76 104594.87 115054.24 115054.24 115054.36 126559.67 126559.67 126559.80 139215.64 139215.64 139215.77 153137.20 153137.20 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

40 m depth C Soft Rock (10m dia well ) Depth in Soft rock strata up to 3m Hard Rock (10m dia well ) Depth in hard rock strata upto 3 m Sinking of 11 m external diameter well (other than Sandy Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth 21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth 29 m depth 30 m depth 31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth 37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth Clayey Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth

153137.36

153137.36 168450.92 168450.92

18600.78

18600.78

20460.86

20460.86

19612.16

21200.89

21573.38

23162.11

21.17 A (i) (ii) (iii)

(iv)

(v)

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

18452.10 14089.28 14793.74 15533.43 16310.10 17125.61 17981.89 18880.98 19825.03 20816.28 21857.09 22949.94 29605.43 31825.84 34212.77 36778.73 39537.13 42502.42 45690.10 49116.85 52800.61 56760.66 62436.73 68680.40 75548.45 83103.29 91413.61 100554.97 110610.47 121671.52 133838.66 147222.53

18452.10 14089.28 14793.74 15533.43 16310.10 17125.61 17981.89 18880.98 19825.03 20816.28 21857.09 22949.94 29605.43 31825.84 34212.77 36778.73 39537.13 42502.42 45690.10 49116.85 52800.61 56760.66 62436.73 68680.40 75548.45 83103.29 91413.61 100554.97 110610.47 121671.52 133838.66

20297.31 17343.42 18210.59 19121.12 20077.18 21081.04 22135.09 23241.84 24403.93 25624.13 26905.34 28250.61 36443.29 39176.54 42114.78 45273.38 48668.89 52319.06 56242.99 60461.22 64995.82 69870.50 76857.55 84543.31 92997.65 102297.41 112527.14 123779.86 136157.84 149773.63 164751.00

20297.31 17343.42 18210.59 19121.12 20077.18 21081.04 22135.09 23241.84 24403.93 25624.13 26905.34 28250.61 36443.29 39176.54 42114.78 45273.38 48668.89 52319.06 56242.99 60461.22 64995.82 69870.50 76857.55 84543.31 92997.65 102297.41 112527.14 123779.86 136157.84 149773.63 164751.00

147222.53 181226.10 181226.10

B (i) (ii) (iii)

m m m m m m m Page 208

16941.94 28900.02 31862.27 33455.38 35128.15 36884.56 38728.79

16941.94 28900.02 31862.27 33455.38 35128.15 36884.56 38728.79

18636.13 31790.02 35048.50 36800.93 38640.98 40573.03 42601.68

18636.13 31790.02 35048.50 36800.93 38640.98 40573.03 42601.68 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

(iv)

(v)

16 m 17 m 18 m 19 m 20 m 21 m 22 m 23 m 24 m 25 m 26 m 27 m 28 m 29 m 30 m 31 m 32 m 33 m 34 m 35 m 36 m 37 m

depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth depth

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

40665.23 42698.49 44833.41 47075.08 49428.83 66420.00 71401.50 76756.62 82513.36 88701.86 95354.50 102506.09 110194.05 118458.60 127342.99 134474.19 147921.62 162713.78 178985.15 196883.67 216572.03 238229.25 262052.16 288257.38 317083.12

40665.23 42698.49 44833.41 47075.08 49428.83 66420.00 71401.50 76756.62 82513.36 88701.86 95354.50 102506.09 110194.05 118458.60 127342.99 134474.19 147921.62 162713.78 178985.15 196883.67 216572.03

44731.76 46968.35 49316.77 51782.61 54371.74 73062.03 78541.68 84432.32 90764.73 97572.09 104890.00 112756.75 121213.50 130304.52 140077.35 147921.68 162713.86 178985.25 196883.77 216572.15 238229.38

44731.76 46968.35 49316.77 51782.61 54371.74 73062.03 78541.68 84432.32 90764.73 97572.09 104890.00 112756.75 121213.50 130304.52 140077.35 147921.68 162713.86 178985.25 196883.77 216572.15 238229.38

238229.25 262052.30 262052.30 262052.16 288257.53 288257.53 288257.38 317083.28 317083.28 348791.61 348791.61

38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth C Soft Rock (11m dia well ) Depth in Soft rock strata up to 3m Hard Rock (11m dia well ) Depth in hard rock strata upto 3 m Sinking of 12 m external diameter well (other than pneumatic method of sinking) through all types of strata namely sandy soil, clayey soil and rock as shown against each case, complete as per drawing and technical specifications. Depth of sinking is reckoned from bed level.The rate inclusive of dewatering. A (i) (ii) (iii) Sandy Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth

41387.72

41387.72

45526.49

45526.49

44819.26

48285.58

49301.19

52767.51

21.18

m m m m m m Page 209

37866.16 42461.84 44584.93 46814.18 49154.89 51612.63

37866.16 42461.84 44584.93 46814.18 49154.89 51612.63

41652.78 46708.02 49043.43 51495.60 54070.38 56773.90

41652.78 46708.02 49043.43 51495.60 54070.38 56773.90 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth (iv) 21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth 29 m depth 30 m depth (v) 31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth 37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth B (i) (ii) (iii) Clayey Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth 21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

54193.26 56902.92 59748.07 62735.47 65872.24 69165.85 89223.95 95915.75 103109.42 110842.63 119155.82 128092.51 137699.45 148026.91 159128.93 171063.60 188169.96 206986.96 227685.65 250454.21 275499.62 303049.58 333354.54 366690.00 403359.00 443694.90

54193.26 56902.92 59748.07 62735.47 65872.24 69165.85 89223.95

59612.60 62593.23 65722.89 69009.03 72459.48 76082.45 98146.36

59612.60 62593.23 65722.89 69009.03 72459.48 76082.45 98146.36

95915.75 105507.34 105507.34 103109.42 113420.39 113420.39 110842.63 121926.91 121926.91 119155.82 131071.43 131071.43 128092.51 140901.78 140901.78 137699.45 151469.41 151469.41 148026.91 162829.62 162829.62 159128.93 175041.84 175041.84 171063.60 188169.98 188169.98 188169.96 206986.98 206986.98 206986.96 227685.68 227685.68 227685.65 250454.26 250454.26 250454.21 275499.68 275499.68 275499.62 303049.66 303049.66 303049.58 333354.62 333354.62 333354.54 366690.08 366690.08 366690.00 403359.10 403359.10 403359.00 443695.01 443695.01 443694.90 488064.50 488064.50

(iv)

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m Page 210

41744.84 71672.28 79018.68 82969.61 87118.09 91473.99 96047.69 100850.07 105892.57 111187.20 116746.56 122583.89 164722.10 177076.25 190356.97 204633.74 219981.28 236479.88 254215.87 273282.06

41744.84 71672.28 79018.68 82969.61 87118.09 91473.99 96047.69 100850.07 105892.57 111187.20 116746.56 122583.89 164722.10 177076.25 190356.97 204633.74 219981.28 236479.88 254215.87 273282.06

45919.32 78839.51 86920.55 91266.58 95829.91 100621.41 105652.48 110935.10 116481.86 122305.95 128421.25 134842.31 181194.35 194783.93 209392.72 225097.17 241979.47 260127.93 279637.52 300610.34

45919.32 78839.51 86920.55 91266.58 95829.91 100621.41 105652.48 110935.10 116481.86 122305.95 128421.25 134842.31 181194.35 194783.93 209392.72 225097.17 241979.47 260127.93 279637.52 300610.34 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

(v)

29 m depth 30 m depth 31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth 37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth Soft Rock (12m dia well) Depth in Soft rock strata up to 3m

m m m m m m m m m m m m

293778.22 315811.59 333497.04 366846.74 403531.42 443884.56 488273.01 537100.32 590810.35 649891.38 714880.52 786368.57

293778.22 315811.59 333497.04 366846.74 403531.42 443884.56 488273.01 537100.32 590810.35 649891.38 714880.52

323156.12 347392.82 366846.81 403531.50 443884.64 488273.11 537100.41 590810.46 649891.50 714880.66 786368.72

323156.12 347392.82 366846.81 403531.50 443884.64 488273.11 537100.41 590810.46 649891.50 714880.66 786368.72

786368.57 865005.60 865005.60

96700.56

96700.56 106370.62 106370.62

21.19

Hard Rock (12m dia well ) Depth in hard rock strata upto 3 m Sinking of Twin D Type well (other than pneumatic method of sinking) through all types of strata namely sandy soil, clayey soil and rock as shown against each case, complete as per drawing and technical specifications. Depth of sinking is reckoned from bed level.The rate inclusive of dewatering (Well size 12 m x 6 m) Sandy Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth 21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth 29 m depth 30 m depth

106535.72

114623.80 117189.29 125277.37

A (i) (ii) (iii)

(iv)

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m Page 211

8543.15 9217.47 9678.34 10162.26 10670.37 11203.89 11764.08 12352.28 12969.89 13618.38 14299.30 15014.27 19368.00 20821.00 22383.00 24061.00 25866.00 27806.00 29891.00 32133.00 34543.00 37134.00

8543.15 9217.47 9678.34 10162.26 10670.37 11203.89 11764.08 12352.28 12969.89 13618.38 14299.30 15014.27 19368.00 20821.00 22383.00 24061.00 25866.00 27806.00 29891.00 32133.00 34543.00 37134.00

9397.47 10139.22 10646.18 11178.49 11737.41 12324.28 12940.49 13587.51 14266.89 14980.23 15729.24 16515.70 21305.00 22903.00 24621.00 26467.00 28453.00 30586.00 32880.00 35346.00 37997.00 40847.00

9397.47 10139.22 10646.18 11178.49 11737.41 12324.28 12940.49 13587.51 14266.89 14980.23 15729.24 16515.70 21305.00 22903.00 24621.00 26467.00 28453.00 30586.00 32880.00 35346.00 37997.00 40847.00 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

(v)

31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth 37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth Clayey Soil Depth below bed level upto 3.0 m Beyond 3m upto 10m depth 11 m depth 12 m depth 13 m depth 14 m depth 15 m depth 16 m depth 17 m depth 18 m depth 19 m depth 20 m depth 21 m depth 22 m depth 23 m depth 24 m depth 25 m depth 26 m depth 27 m depth 28 m depth 29 m depth 30 m depth

m m m m m m m m m m

40847.00 44932.00 49425.00 54368.00 59804.00 65785.00 72363.00 79600.00 87560.00 96316.00

40847.00 44932.00 49425.00 54368.00 59804.00 65785.00 72363.00 79600.00 87560.00

44932.00 49425.00 54368.00 59804.00 65785.00 72363.00 79600.00 87560.00 96316.00

44932.00 49425.00 54368.00 59804.00 65785.00 72363.00 79600.00 87560.00 96316.00

96316.00 105947.00 105947.00

B (i) (ii) (iii)

(iv)

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

10122.01 15507.98 17098.00 17952.00 18850.00 19793.00 20782.00 21821.00 22912.00 24058.00 25261.00 26524.00 35641.52 38314.64 41188.23 44277.35 47598.14 51168.00 55005.60 59131.02 63565.86 68333.30 72160.00 79376.00 87314.00 96045.00 105649.00 116214.00 127836.00 140619.00 154681.00 170149.00

10122.01 15507.98 17098.00 17952.00 18850.00 19793.00 20782.00 21821.00 22912.00 24058.00 25261.00 26524.00 35641.52 38314.64 41188.23 44277.35 47598.14 51168.00 55005.60 59131.02 63565.86 68333.30 72160.00 79376.00 87314.00 96045.00 105649.00 116214.00 127836.00 140619.00 154681.00 170149.00

11134.21 17058.78 18807.00 19748.00 20735.00 21772.00 22860.00 24003.00 25204.00 26464.00 27787.00 29176.00 39205.67 42146.09 45307.04 48705.07 52357.95 56284.79 60506.15 65044.10 69922.42 75166.60 79376.00 87314.00 96045.00 105649.00 116214.00 127836.00 140619.00 154681.00 170149.00 187164.00

11134.21 17058.78 18807.00 19748.00 20735.00 21772.00 22860.00 24003.00 25204.00 26464.00 27787.00 29176.00 39205.67 42146.09 45307.04 48705.07 52357.95 56284.79 60506.15 65044.10 69922.42 75166.60 79376.00 87314.00 96045.00 105649.00 116214.00 127836.00 140619.00 154681.00 170149.00 187164.00

(v)

31 m depth 32 m depth 33 m depth 34 m depth 35 m depth 36 m depth 37 m depth 38 m depth 39 m depth 40 m depth Soft Rock Depth in Soft rock strata up to 3m

22015.74

22015.74

24217.31

24217.31

Hard Rock Depth in hard rock strata upto 3 m

m Page 212

21831.63

23275.93

24014.79

25459.09 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

21.20

Sand Filling in Wells complete as per Drawing and Technical Specifications. Providing Steel Liner 10 mm thick for Curbs and 6 mm thick for Steining of Wells including Fabricating and Setting out as per Detailed Drawing. Bored cast-in-situ M35 grade RCC Pile having pile dia 1.0 m excluding Reinforcement complete as per Drawing and Technical Specifications and removal of excavated earth with all lifts and lead upto 1000 m.

cum

53.75

321.18

59.13

326.56

21.21

8802.49

53299.01

9682.74

54179.26

21.22

m 21.23 Bored cast-in-situ M35 grade RCC Pile having pile dia 1.2 m excluding Reinforcement complete as per Drawing and Technical Specifications and removal of excavated earth with all lifts and lead upto 1000 m. m 21.24 Pile Load Test on single Vertical Pile in accordance with IS:2911(Part-IV) (The rates are for estimate purpose only.) a) Initial and routine load test t b) Lateral load test 21.25 Cement Concrete for Reinforced Concrete in Pile Cap complete as per Drawing and Technical Specification. A (i) (ii) B (i) (ii) C (i) (ii) D (i) RCC Grade M20 Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M25 Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M30 Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M35 Using Concrete Mixer cum cum t

4814.99

7338.14

5296.49

7819.64

5551.35

9183.41

6106.48

9738.54

700.00 5750.00

836.26 583.97

3444.41 3192.12

919.89 642.37

3528.04 3250.52

cum cum

747.10 598.82

3681.59 3533.31

821.81 658.70

3756.30 3593.19

cum cum

748.16 602.80

3705.97 3624.78

822.98 663.08

3780.79 3685.06

cum Page 213

752.14

3797.36

827.35

3872.57 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

(ii) 21.26

Using Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Levelling Course for Pile cap Providing and laying of PCC M15 levelling course 100mm thick below the pile cap.

cum

603.86

3649.08

664.25

3709.47

cum

569.13

2743.86

626.04

2800.77

21.27

Supplying, Fitting and Placing uncoated HYSD bar Reinforcement in Foundation complete as per Drawing and Technical Specifications.

21.28

t 1677.83 SUB STRUCTURE Brick masonry work in 1:3 in substructure complete excluding pointing and plastering, as per drawing and Technical Specifications. cum 743.88

49901.88

1845.61

50069.66

3274.50

818.27

3348.89

21.29

Pointing with cement mortar (1:3) on brick work in substructure as per Technical Specifications. Plastering with cement mortar (1:3) on brick work in substructure as per Technical Specifications. Stone masonry work in cement mortar 1:3 for substructure complete as per drawing and Technical Specifications. A B C Random Rubble Masonry Coursed rubble masonry (first sort ) Ashlar masonry (first sort)

Sqm

43.10

53.00

47.41

57.31

21.30

sqm

43.10

90.61

47.41

94.92

21.31

cum cum cum

896.25 1041.12 1541.00

2604.51 2705.04 3309.38

985.88 1145.23 1695.10

2694.14 2809.15 3463.48

21.32

Plain/ Reinforced cement concrete in sub-structure complete as per drawing and Technical Specifications A PCC Grade M15 Height upto 5m cum B PCC Grade M20 Height upto 5m C PCC Grade M25 Height upto 5m (i) Using concrete Mixer cum 952.02 3853.98 1047.22 3949.18 cum 915.56 3497.01 1007.12 3588.57 869.29 3044.02 956.22 3130.95

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Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

(ii)

With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump. Height 5m to 10m

cum cum cum cum cum

792.82 1106.69 941.71 1300.04 1127.82

3694.78 4008.65 3843.67 4202.00 4029.78

872.10 1217.36 1035.88 1430.04 1240.60

3774.06 4119.32 3937.84 4332.00 4142.56

(i) (ii)

Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height above 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit MixerGrade M30 Pump PCC and Concrete Height upto 5m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height 5m to 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height above 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M20 Height upto 5m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height 5m to 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height above 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M25 Height upto 5m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height 5m to 10m

(i) (ii) D (i) (ii)

cum cum cum cum

956.00 796.80 1112.26 947.28

3892.93 3733.73 4049.19 3884.21

1051.60 876.48 1223.49 1042.01

3988.53 3813.41 4160.42 3978.94

(i) (ii)

(i) (ii) E (i) (ii)

cum cum

1307.59 1135.37

4244.52 4072.30

1438.35 1248.91

4375.28 4185.84

cum cum

921.39 759.40

3529.54 3367.55

1013.53 835.34

3621.68 3443.49

(i) (ii)

cum cum cum cum

1063.81 894.91 1241.84 1064.31

3671.96 3503.06 3849.99 3672.46

1170.19 984.40 1366.02 1170.74

3778.34 3592.55 3974.17 3778.89

(i) (ii) F (i) (ii)

cum cum cum

955.72 796.53 1096.26

3890.21 3731.02 4030.75

1051.29 876.18 1205.89

3985.78 3810.67 4140.38

(i)

Using concrete Mixer

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Sr. No.
1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Through Rate Rate


6 7

(ii)

With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height above 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M30 Height upto 5m

cum

931.85

3866.34

1025.04

3959.53

(i) (ii) G

cum cum

1307.07 1134.85

4241.56 4069.34

1437.78 1248.34

4372.27 4182.83

(i) (ii)

Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height 5m to 10m

cum cum

958.37 799.18

3916.18 3756.99

1054.21 879.10

4012.02 3836.91

(i) (ii)

Using concrete Mixer cum With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height above 10m cum 1080.22 916.53 4038.03 3874.34 1188.24 1008.18 4146.05 3965.99

(i) (ii) H

Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M35 Height upto 5m

cum cum

1253.15 1083.10

4210.96 4040.91

1378.47 1191.41

4336.28 4149.22

(i) (ii)

Using concrete Mixer cum With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump cum Height 5m to 10m 809.12 3854.34 890.03 3935.25 968.32 4013.54 1065.15 4110.37

(i) (ii)

Using concrete Mixer cum With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height above 10m cum 1065.03 902.37 4110.25 3947.59 1171.53 992.61 4216.75 4037.83

(i) (ii)

Using concrete Mixer cum With Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump cum 1042.23 4087.45 1146.45 4191.67 Supplying, fitting and placing HYSD bar reinforcement in substructure complete as per drawing and Technical Specifications t Page 216 1752.73 49976.78 1928.00 50152.05 CSR - 2010 1210.11 4255.33 1331.12 4376.34

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Supplying, fitting and placing Mild steel reinforcement complete in sub-structure as per drawing and Technical Specification t 1427.32 47603.27 1570.05 47746.00 Providing weep holes in Brick masonry/Plain/ Reinforced concrete abutment, wing wall/ return wall with 100 mm dia PVC pipe, extending through the full width of the structure with slope of 1V :20H towards drawing face. Complete as per drawing and Technical Specifications. No 6.34 144.68 6.97 145.31 Back filling behind abutment, wing wall and return wall complete as per drawing and Technical Specification.

21.35

21.36

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Granular material cum Sandy material cum 155.63 423.06 171.19 438.62 155.63 539.83 171.19 555.39

21.37 Providing and laying of Filter media with granular materials/stone crushed aggregates satisfying the requirements laid down in clause 2504.2.2. of MoRTH specifications to a thickness of not less than 600 mm with smaller size towards the soil and bigger size towards the wall and provided over the entire surface behind abutment, wing wall and return wall to the full height compacted to a firm condition complete as per drawing and Technical Specification. cum 21.38 Supplying, fitting and fixing in position true to line and level cast steel rocker bearing conforming to IRC: 83(Pt.-1) section IX and clause 2003 of MoRTH specifications complete including all accessories as per drawing and Per tonne Technical Specifications. cap. 155.25 619.08 170.78 634.61

1.15

449.89

1.27

450.01

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21.39 Supplying, fitting and fixing in position true to line and level forged steel roller bearing conforming to IRC: 83(Pt.-1) section IX and clause 2003 of MoRTH specifications complete including all Per accessories as per drawing and tonne Technical Specifications. cap. 21.40 Supplying, fitting and fixing in position true to line and level sliding plate bearing with PTFE surface sliding on stainless steel complete including all accessories as per drawing and Technical Specifications and BS: 5400, section 9.1 & 9.2 (for PTFE) and Per clause 2004 of MoRTH Specifications. tonne cap. 21.41 Supplying, fitting and fixing in position true to line and level elastomeric bearing conforming to IRC: 83 (Part-II) section IX and clause 2005 of MoRTH specifications complete including all accessories as per drawing and Technical Specifications. cu cm 21.42 Supplying, fitting and fixing in position true to line and level POT-PTFE bearing consisting of a metal piston supported by a disc or unreinforced elastomer confined within a metal cylinder, sealing rings, dust seals, PTFE surface sliding against stainless steel mating surface, complete assembly to be of cast steel/fabricated structural steel, metal and elastomer elements to be as per IRC: 83 part-I & II respectively and other parts conforming to BS: 5400, section 9.1 & 9.2 and clause 2006 of MORTH Specifications complete as per drawing and approved Technical Per Specifications. tonne cap

1.15

834.54

1.27

834.66

3.60

220.17

3.96

220.53

0.02

0.54

0.02

0.54

1.51

142.28

1.66

142.43

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22.1 Furnishing and Placing Reinforced/ Prestressed cement concrete RCC Grade M20 as per drawing and Technical Specification. A RCC M-20 Using Concrete Mixer (a) For Solid slab super-structureincluding centering and shuttering (i) Height up to 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m (b) For T-beam & slab-including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m Using Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump (a) For Solid slab super-structureincluding centering and shuttering Height up to 5m Height above 5m upto 10m Height above 10m For T-beam & slab-including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m RCC Grade M25-For solid slabs Using Concrete Mixer For Solid slab super-structureincluding centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m (b) For T-beam & slab-including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m Using Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump (a) (i) (ii) (iii) (b) For Solid slab super-structureincluding centering and shuttering Height upto 5m Height above 5m upto 10m Height above 10m For T-beam & slab-including centering and shuttering (a) (i) (ii) (iii) (b)

cum cum cum

1271.86 1448.48 1625.10

3880.01 4056.63 4233.25

1399.04 1593.32 1787.61

4007.19 4201.47 4395.76

cum cum cum

1448.48 1625.10 1801.74

4056.63 4233.25 4409.89

1593.32 1787.61 1981.91

4201.47 4395.76 4590.06

cum cum cum

1098.18 1267.58 1436.96

3706.33 3875.73 4045.11

1208.00 1394.34 1580.66

3816.15 4002.49 4188.81

cum cum cum

1267.58 1436.96 1606.36

3875.73 4045.11 4214.51

1394.34 1580.66 1767.00

4002.49 4188.81 4375.15

cum cum cum

1346.11 1541.30 1736.50

4280.60 4475.79 4670.99

1480.72 1695.43 1910.15

4415.21 4629.92 4844.64

cum cum cum

1541.30 1736.50 1931.69

4475.79 4670.99 4866.18

1695.43 1910.15 2124.86

4629.92 4844.64 5059.35

cum cum cum

1172.43 1360.39 1548.35

4106.92 4294.88 4482.84

1289.67 1496.43 1703.18

4224.16 4430.92 4637.67

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(i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m RCC Grade M 30-For solid slab. Using Concrete Mixer (a) For Solid slab super-structureincluding centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m (b) For T-beam & slab-including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m Using Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump. (a) For Solid slab super-structureincluding centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m (b) For T-beam & slab-including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m RCC/PSC Grade M35-for solid slab Using Concrete Mixer. (a) For Solid slab super-structureincluding centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m (b) For T-beam & slab-including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m (c) For box girder and balanced cantilever-including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m Using Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump (a) (i) (ii) (iii) (b) For Solid slab super-structureincluding centering and shuttering Height upto 5m Height above 5m upto 10m Height above 10m For T-beam & slab-including centering and shuttering

cum cum cum

1360.39 1548.35 1736.31

4294.88 4482.84 4670.80

1496.43 1703.18 1909.94

4430.92 4637.67 4844.43

cum cum cum

1351.41 1547.93 1744.45

4309.22 4505.74 4702.26

1486.55 1702.72 1297.02

4444.36 4660.53 4876.70

cum cum cum

1547.93 1744.45 1940.98

4505.74 4702.26 4898.79

1702.72 1918.89 2135.07

4660.53 4876.70 5092.88

cum cum cum

1177.74 1367.02 1556.31

4135.55 4324.83 4514.12

1295.51 1503.72 1711.94

4253.32 4461.53 4669.75

cum cum cum

1367.02 1556.31 1745.59

4324.83 4514.12 4703.40

1503.72 1711.94 1920.15

4461.53 4669.75 4877.96

cum cum cum

1290.71 1492.21 1693.69

4335.93 4537.43 4738.91

1419.78 1641.43 1863.06

4465.00 4686.65 4908.28

cum cum cum

1492.21 1693.69 1895.18

4537.43 4738.91 4940.40

1641.43 1863.06 2084.69

4686.65 4908.28 5129.91

cum cum cum

2096.67 2499.66 2902.64

5141.89 5544.88 5947.86

2306.33 2749.62 3192.90

5351.55 5794.84 6238.12

cum cum cum

1119.92 1314.19 1508.44

4165.14 4359.41 4553.66

1231.91 1445.61 1659.28

4277.13 4490.83 4704.50

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Height upto 5m Height above 5m upto 10m Height above 10m For box girder and balanced cantilever-including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m PSC Grade M-40 Using concrete mixer. (a) For Solid slab super-structureincluding centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m (b) For T-beam & slab-including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m Using Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump (a) For Solid slab super-structureincluding centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m (b) For T-beam & slab-including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m (c) For cast-in-situ box girder, segment construction and balanced cantilever- including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m PSC Grade M-45 (a) For Solid/ voided slab superstructure-including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m (b) For T-beam & slab including launching of precast girders by launching truss upto 40 m span.2131percent of cost of concrete including centering and shuttering. (i) (ii) Height upto 5m Height above 5m upto 10m

(i) (ii) (iii) (c)

cum cum cum

1314.19 1508.44 1702.70

4359.41 4553.66 4747.92

1445.61 1659.28 1872.97

4490.83 4704.50 4918.19

cum cum cum

1896.95 2285.46 2673.96

4942.17 5330.68 5719.18

2086.64 2514.01 2941.36

5131.86 5559.23 5986.58

cum cum cum

1435.64 1644.77 1853.91

4585.76 4794.89 5004.03

1579.21 1809.25 2039.31

4729.33 4959.37 5189.43

cum cum cum

1644.77 1853.91 2063.08

4794.89 5004.03 5213.20

1809.25 2039.31 2269.39

4959.37 5189.43 5419.51

cum cum cum

1146.39 1346.81 1547.25

4296.51 4496.93 4697.37

1261.03 1481.49 1701.97

4411.15 4631.61 4852.09

cum cum cum

1346.81 1547.25 1747.69

4496.93 4697.37 4897.81

1481.49 1701.97 1922.46

4631.61 4852.09 5072.58

cum cum cum

1346.81 1547.25 1747.69

4496.93 4697.37 4897.81

1481.49 1701.97 1922.46

4631.61 4852.09 5072.58

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1092.73 1301.46 1510.17

4388.53 4597.26 4805.97

1202.00 1431.60 1661.18

4497.80 4727.40 4956.98

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Height above 10m For cast-in-situ box girder, segment construction and balanced cantilever- including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m PSC Grade M-50 (a) For cast-in-situ box girder, segment construction and balanced cantilever- including centering and shuttering (i) Height upto 5m (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m (iii) Height above 10m PSC Grade M- 55- Using 515 Kg /cum cement (a)

(iii) (c)

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1718.88

5014.68

1890.77

5186.57

cum cum cum

1927.62 2345.06 2762.49

5223.42 5640.86 6058.29

2120.38 2579.56 3038.74

5416.18 5875.36 6334.54

cum cum cum

1943.88 2377.90 2811.91

5385.37 5819.39 6253.40

2138.27 2615.69 3093.10

5579.76 6057.18 6534.59

For cast-in-situ box girder, segment construction and balanced cantilever- including centering and shuttering cum (i) Height upto 5m cum (ii) Height above 5m upto 10m cum (iii) Height above 10m 22.2 Supplying, fitting and placing HYSD bar reinforcement in super-structure complete as per drawing and technical specifications. tonne 22.3 High tensile steel wires/strands including all accessories for stressing, stressing operations and grouting complete as per drawing and Technical Specifications. tonne 22.4 Mastic Asphalt A Providing and laying 6 mm thick mastic asphalt wearing course on top of deck slab excluding prime coat with paving grade bitumen meeting the requirements given in MOST Drg. No SD/200.

2001.89 2452.49 2903.07

5589.08 6039.68 6490.26

2202.08 2697.74 3193.37

5789.27 6284.93 6780.56

2313.35

50647.58

2544.69 50878.92

9163.26

114302.57 10079.59 ########

sqm

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33.83

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Providing and laying 12 mm thick mastic asphalt wearing course on top of deck slab excluding prime coat with paving grade bitumen meeting the requirements given in table 500-29, prepared by using mastic cooker and laid to required level and slope after cleaning the surface, including providing antiskid surface with bitumen precoated fine grained hard stone chipping of 9.5 mm nominal size at the rate of 0.005cum per 10 sqm and at an approximate spacing of 10 cm center to center in both directions, pressed into surface when the temperature of surfaces not less than 100 deg. C, protruding 1 mm to 4 mm over mastic surface, all complete as per clause 515. sqm 64.30 216.42 70.73 222.85

22.5 Construction of precast RCC railing of M30 Grade , aggregate size not exceeding 12 mm, true to line and grade, tolerance of vertical RCC post not to exceed 1 in 500, centre to centre spacing between vertical post not to exceed 2000 mm, leaving adequate space between vertical post for expansion, complete as per approved drawings and technical specifications. the rate is inclusive of steel m 22.6 A Construction of RCC railing of M30 Grade concrete, in-situ with 20 mm nominal size aggregate, true to line and grade, tolerance of vertical RCC post not to exceed 1 in 500, centre to centre spacing between vertical post not to exceed 2000 mm, leaving adequate space between vertical post for expansion, complete as per approved standard plans of MoRTH vide drawing no. SD/202. and technical specifications.the rate is inclusive of steel 173.78 1207.06 184.44 1208.74

130.10

1163.38

143.10

1167.40

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Construction of RCC railing of M20 Grade concrete, in-situ with 20 mm nominal size aggregate, true to line and grade, tolerance of vertical RCC post not to exceed 1 in 500, centre to centre spacing between vertical post not to exceed 2000 mm, leaving adequate space between vertical post for expansion, complete as per approved drawings No 24 of PWD and technical specifications. Construction of RCC railing of M25 Grade concrete, in-situ with 20 mm nominal size aggregate, true to line and grade, tolerance of vertical RCC post not to exceed 1 in 500, centre to centre spacing between vertical post not to exceed 2000 mm, leaving adequate space between vertical post for expansion, complete as per approved drawings No 24 of PWD and technical specifications.

111.70

406.20

122.88

417.37

m 22.7 Providing, fitting and fixing mild steel railing complete as per drawing and Technical Specification m 22.8 A Drainage Spouts complete as per drawing no. SD/205 and Technical specification with 6 meter long GI 100 mm dia drainage GI light grade pipe (For ROB,s) No B Drainage Spouts complete as per drawing no. SD/205 and Technical specification with 0.6 meter long GI 100 mm dia drainage GI light grade pipe (For Bridges) No 22.9 PCC M15 Grade, as leveling course below approach slab complete as per drawing and Technical specification. 22.10 Reinforced cement concrete approach slab using M-30 grade concrete using 380 kg/ cum cement, including reinforcement and fomwork complete as per drawing and Technical specification Precast - pretensioned Girders Page 224

116.72

448.06

128.40

459.74

136.92

2116.72

150.61

2130.41

276.49

4173.32

304.14

4200.97

88.96

688.90

97.86

697.80

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22.11 Providing using M-40 grade concrete, precasting, transportation and placing in position precast pretensioned concrete girders as per drawing and technical specifications. 22.12 Crash Barriers A Provision of Reinforced cement concrete crash barrier at the edges of the bridge,road, approaches to bridge structures and medians, constructed with M-40 grade concrete with HYSD reinforcement confoming to IRC:21 and dowel bars 25 mm dia, 450 mm long at expansion joints filled with premoulded asphalt filler board, keyed to the structure on which it is built and installed as per design given in the enclosure to MOST circular No. RW/NH - 33022/1/94-DO III dated 24 June 1994 as per dimensions in the approved drawing and at locations directed by the Engineer, all as specified B Provision of Reinforced cement concrete crash barrier at the edges of the Bridge,road, approaches to bridge structures and medians, constructed with M-40 grade concrete , as per dimensions in the PWD stanadard drawing No 27.Section 1,Including fom work but excluding steel reinforcement-and at locations directed by the Engineer, all as specified-with concrete mixure.

cum

6417.82

19783.62

7059.60 20425.40

647.29

2900.35

746.01

2958.63

m C Provision of Reinforced cement concrete crash barrier at the edges of the Bridge, road, approaches to bridge structures and medians, constructed with M-40 grade concrete as per dimensions in the PWD stanadard drawing No 27.Sec 2,(Including fom work but excluding steel reinforcement-and at locations directed by the Engineer, all as specified-with concrete mixure.)

335.44

1904.52

368.99

1944.08

361.43

3159.35

397.58

3210.73

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Provision of an Reinforced cement concrete crash barrier at the edges of the Bridge, road, approaches to bridge structures and medians, constructed with M-40 grade concrete as per dimensions in the PWD stanadard drawing No 27.Sec 3 (Including fom work but excluding steel reinforcement-and at locations directed by the Engineer, all as specified-with concrete mixure.) m 306.33 2199.06 336.96 2244.15

Provision of Reinforced cement concrete crash barrier at the edges of the Bridge,road, approaches to bridge structures and medians, constructed with M-40 grade concrete as per dimensions in the PWD stanadard drawing No 27.Sec 4 (Including fom work but excluding steel reinforcement-and at locations directed by the Engineer, all as specified-with concrete mixure.) m 1168.93 4312.22 1285.83 4392.84

Providing and erecting a "W" metal beam crash barrier comprising of 3 mm thick corrugated sheet metal beam rail, 70 cm above road/ground level, fixed on ISMC series channel vertical post, 150 x 75 x 5 mm spaced 2 m centre to centre, 1.8 m high, 1.1 m below ground/road level, all steel parts and fitments to be galvanised by hot dip process, all fittings to confom to IS:1367 and IS:1364, metal beam rail to be fixed on the vertical post with a spacer of channel section 150 x 75 x 5 mm, 330 mm long complete as per clause 810. m 82.18 2815.24 90.40 2823.46

Painting on concrete surface 22.13 Providing and applying 2 coats of water based cement paint to unplastered concrete surface after cleaning the surface of dirt, dust, oil, grease, efflorescence and applying paint @ of 1 litre for 2 sqm. sqm Burried Joint 11.40 66.06 12.54 67.20

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22.14 Providing and laying a burried expansion joint, expansion gap being 20 mm, covered with 12 mm thick, 200 mm wide galvanised weldable structural steel plate as per IS: 2062, placed symmetrical to centre line of the joint, resting freely over the top surface of the deck concrete, welding of 8 mm dia. 100 mm long galvanised nails spaced 300 mm c/c along the centre line of the plate, all as specified in clause 2604. m 22.15 Filler joint (i) Providing & fixing 2 mm thick corrugated copper plate in expansion joint complete as per drawing & Technical Specification. m (ii) Providing & fixing 20 mm thick compressible fibre board in expansion joint complete as per drawing & Technical Specification. m (iii) Providing and fixing in position 20 mm thick premoulded joint filler in expansion joint for fixed ends of simply supported spans not exceeding 10 m to cater for a horizontal movement upto 20 mm, covered with sealant complete as per drawing and technical specifications. (iv) Providing and filling joint sealing compound as per drawings and technical specifications with coarse sand and 6 per cent bitumen by weight-10 mm depth Asphaltic Plug joint 22.16 Providing and laying of asphaltic plug joint to provide for horizontal movement of 25 mm and vertical movement of 2 mm, depth of joint varying from 75 mm to 100 mm, width varying from 500 mm to 750 mm (in traffic direction), covered with a closure plate of 200mm x 6mm of weldable structural steel confoming to IS: 2062, asphaltic plug to consist of polymer modified bitumen binder, carefully selected single size aggregate of 12.5 mm nominal size and a heat resistant foam caulking/backer rod, all as per approved drawings and specifications. 3.30 149.81 3.63 150.14 16.51 2487.70 18.16 2489.35 9.55 1119.97 10.51 1120.93

4.77

204.75

5.25

205.23

9.25

12.73

10.18

13.66

50.21

858.99

55.23

864.01

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22.17 Providing and laying of an elastomeric slab steel expansion joint, catering to right or skew (less than 20 deg., moderately curved with maximum horizontal movement upto 50 mm, complete as per approved drawings and standard specifications to be installed by the manufacturer/supplier or their authorised representative ensuring compliance to the manufacturer's instructions for installation and clause 2606 of MoRTH specifications for road & bridge works. m 22.18 Providing and laying of compression seal joint consisting of steel amoured nosing at two edges of the joint gap suitably anchored to the deck concrete and a prefomed chloroprene elastomer or closed cell foam joint sealer compressed and fixed into the joint gap with special adhesive binder to cater for a horizontal movement upto 40 mm and vertical movement of 3 mm. m 22.19 Providing and laying of a strip seal expansion joint catering to maximum horizontal movement upto 70 mm, complete as per approved drawings and standard specifications to be installed by the manufacturer/supplier or their authorised representative ensuring compliance to the manufacturer's instructions for installation. m 22.20 Providing and laying of a modular strip Box seal expansion joint including anchorage catering to a horizontal movement beyond 70 mm and upto 140mm, complete as per approved drawings and standard specifications to be installed by the manufacturer/supplier or their authorised representative ensuring compliance to the manufacturer's instructions for installation. m 30.27 45775.83 33.30 45778.86 19.53 7524.66 21.48 7526.61 14.42 9112.71 15.86 9114.15 24.03 15034.30 26.43 15036.70

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22.21 Providing and laying of a modular strip box seal expansion joint catering to a horizontal movement beyond 140mm and upto 210mm, complete as per approved drawings and standard specifications to be installed by the manufacturer/supplier or their authorised representative ensuring compliance to the manufacturer's instructions for installation. m 22.22 Dismantling RCC work any part of bridge structure including cutting, strengthening stacking of reinforcement and disposal of dismantled material with all lifts and lead upto 1 km cum 292.16 1942.55 BRIDGE TRAINING AND PROTECTION WORKS 22.23 Providing and laying boulders apron on river bed for protection against scour with stone boulders weighing not less than 18 kg each complete as per drawing and Technical specification. Including excavation for trimming for preparation of bed. Boulder Laid Dry Without Wire Crates. cum 242.80 883.97 22.24 Boulder Apron Laid in Wire Crates Providing and laying of boulder apron laid in wire crates made with 4mm dia GI wire confoming to IS: 280 & IS:4826 in 100mm x 100mm mesh (weaved diagonally) including 10 per cent extra for laps and joints laid with stone boulders weighing not less than 18 kg, Including excavation for trimming for B Providing and laying of boulder apron laid in wire crates made with 4mm dia GI wire confoming to IS: 280 & IS:4826 in 150mm x 150mm mesh (weaved diagonally) including 10 per cent extra for laps and joints laid with stone boulders weighing 22.25 Cement Concrete Blocks (size 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.5 m) Providing and laying of apron with cement concrete blocks of size 0.5x0.5x0.5 m cast in-situ and made with nominal mix of M-15 grade cement concrete with a minimum cement content of 275 kg/cum as per IRC: 21-2000. A 321.38 1971.77 27.79 114391.69 30.57 ########

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908.25

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169.00

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1271.29

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Through Rate
7

22.26 Providing and laying Pitching on slopes laid over prepared filter media including boulder apron laid dry in front of toe of embankment complete as per drawing and Technical specifications. Stone/Boulder more than 18 Kg 22.27 Providing and laying Filter material underneath pitching in slopes complete as per drawing and Technical specification Includes Mazdoor required for trimming of slope to proper profile and preparation of bed. 22.28 Providing and laying Flooring complete as per drawing and Technical specifications laid over cement concert bedding.Includes cement mortar for laying and filling of joints. Rubble stone laid in cement mortar 1:3 22.29 Dry Rubble Flooring 22.30 Flexible Apron :Construction of flexible apron 1 m thick comprising of loose stone boulders weighing not less than 18 kg beyond curtain wall. 22.31 Gabian Structure for Retaining Earth Providing and construction of a gabian structure for retaining earth with segments of wire crates of size 7 m x 3 m x 0.6 m each divided into 1.5 m compartments by cross netting, made from 4 mm galvanised steel wire @ 32 kg per 10 sqm having minimum tensile strength of 300 Mpa confoming to IS:280 and galvanizing coating confoming to IS:4826, woven into mesh with double twist, mesh size not exceeding 100 x 100 mm, filled with boulders with least dimension of 200 mm, all loose ends to be tied with 4 mm galvanised steel wire.

cum

236.06

877.23

259.67

900.84

cum

261.92

785.11

288.11

811.30

cum cum

990.01 423.66

3297.33 1064.83

1032.93 466.03

3340.25 1107.20

cum

294.99

936.16

324.49

965.66

cum

101.67

1627.69

111.84

1637.86

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1

Description

Unit Labour Rate

Plain Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

22.32 Gabian Structure for Erosion Control, River Training Works and Protection works. Providing and constructing gabian structures for erosion control, river training works and protection works with wire crates of size 2 m x 1 m x 0.3 m each divided into 1m compartments by cross netting, made from 4 mm galvanised steel wire @ 32 kg per 10 sqm having minimum tensile strength of 300 Mpa confoming to IS:280 and galvanizing coating confoming to IS:4826, woven into mesh with double twist, mesh size not exceeding 100 mm x 100 mm, filled with boulders with least dimension of 200 mm, all loose ends to be securely tied with 4 mm galvanised steel wire. cum 106.75 2727.94 117.43 2738.62

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CHAPTER NO. 23 RIVER AND CANAL PROTECTION WORK


Notes:(i) The rates for carriage of materials manually upto 0.50 km and by mechanical means for every km lead have been given. The actual lead is to be paid if the lead is in fraction , the rate is to be worked out by interpolation.
Description Unit Rate for Plains as well as SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate 4 5

Sr. No.

23.1 Cutting pilchi, farash and sarkanda and carriage to work lead two kms including loading and unloading :-(a) (b) Loose Compacted in rolls of required diameter and length. cum cum 48.41 201.44 -

23.2 Loading pilchi, farash and sarkanda in boats within 15 ms:-(a) (b) Loose Compacted in rolls. cum cum 10.93 24.20 -

23.3 Carriage of pilchi, farash and sarkanda by boats including loading and unloading :-(a) (i) (ii) (iii) Loose :One km Two kms Three kms cum cum cum cum cum cum 30.45 56.55 76.13 92.22 106.58 10.88 -

(iv) Four kms (v) Five kms

(vi) Subsequent km per km (b) (i) (ii) (iii) Compacted :One km Two kms Three kms

cum cum cum cum cum cum

73.95 136.59 182.27 222.72 265.18 28.28

(iv) Four kms (v) Five kms

(vi) Subsequent km per km 23.4 Unloading Pilchi, farash and sarkanda from boats and carriage to yard upto one km :-(a) Loose Page 232

cum

24.20

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rate for Plains as well as SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate 4 5

(b)

Compacted

cum

60.51

23.5 Making Pilchi, farash and sarkanda rolls excluding supply of materials :-(a) (b) (c)
Note :-

20 cm or 23 cm dia. and 9 m long 15 cm dia. and 9 m long 15 cm dia. and 1.5 m long The payment under item No. 23.5 is not to be made in addition to those of item No. 23.1(b), 23.8, 23.9 and 23.10.

each each each

42.36 28.24 3.39

(i)

23.6 Making 0.75 m dia. and 5.5 m long pilchi rolls for permeable spurs. each 23.7 Launching the above and placing in position. 23.8 Pilchi, farash or sarkanda pitching on slope with rolls 15 cm dia. and 1.5 m long including supply of pilchi involving carriage within 2 kms and labour for making rolls.
Note :-

190.59 135.53

each

sqm

173.67

(i)

For above items, pitching shall be of 15cm dia. Layers of pilchi laid as header and 1.5. ms in length alternating with 15 cm covering of earth for consolidation including pegs and tying with wire (to be supplied by the department free of cost.)

23.9 Extra for carriage beyond 2 kms of pilchi rolls 15 cm dia. and 1.5m long (vide item No. 23.8) (a) 3rd km sqm of pitching surface sqm of pitching surface sqm of pitching surface

34.80

(b)

Subsequent km per km

21.75 80 percent rate of item No. 23.8 & 23.9. 84.28 56.47 38.74

23.10 Pilchi, farash or sarkanda pitching one m depth.

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23.11 Pilchi revetment including carriage upto 2 km 23.12 Surface protection with pilchi mattress lead upto 2 km 23.13 Weaving mattresses of pilchi 30 cm thick. Page 233

sqm sqm sqm

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rate for Plains as well as SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate 4 5

23.14 Rolling pilchi mattress to river edge and floating after unrolling :(a) (b) (c) area of mattress upto 200 sqm area of mattress exceeding 200 sqm but upto 250 sqm area of mattress above 250 sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm 15.81 21.56 22.59 50.83 105.96 -

23.15 Laying kahi mattress lead upto 2 km 23.16 Special kahi revetment double lead upto 2 km 23.17 Gachi pitching with average thickness of 30 cm (joints to be broken) 23.18 Gachi pitching (done with silt clearance and berm dressing) with thickness of 30 cm (joints to be broken) 23.19 Fixing floating spurs in channels with material from canal plantation within 2 km :-(a) (b) (c) (d) upto F.S. depth 0.5m F.S. depth exceeding 0.5 m but upto 1.0 m F.S. depth exceeding 1.0 m but upto 1.25 m above 1.25 m F.S. depth.

sqm

50.83

sqm

48.41

each each each each

2.18 4.35 6.96 8.70

23.20 Stacking and bushing with canal plantation within 1.0 km (a)(i) Pegs 1.0 m long, 5 cm dia (ii) (iii) Driving pegs 1.0m long, 5 cm dia Wattling brush wood between stakes and intertwining. m of one row. (b)(i) Pegs 1.25 m long, 7.5 cm dia. sharpened at one end. (ii) (iii) Driving pegs 1.25 m long, 7.5 cm dia. Wattling brush wood between stakes and intertwining. m of one row. (c)(i) Pegs 1.5 m long, 7.5 cm dia. sharpened at one end. (ii) Driving pegs 1.5 m long, 7.5 cm dia. 100 nos 100 nos 2.26 160.10 121.01 100 nos 100 nos 2.26 152.48 112.94 100 nos 100 nos 143.59 84.71 -

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Description

Unit

Rate for Plains as well as SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate 4 5

(iii)

Wattling brush wood between stakes and intertwining. m of one row. 2.82 228.71 150.59 -

(d)(i) Pegs 2 m long, 7.5 cm dia. sharpened at one end. (ii) (iii) Driving pegs 2 m long, 7.5 cm dia Wattling brush wood between stakes and intertwining.

100 nos 100 nos

m of one row. 23.21 Filling brush wood only. cum

3.76 13.55

23.22 Filling cement bags with sand or earth and sewing including cost of E.C. bag & strings. 100 nos 23.23 Loading cement bags filled with sand or earth into trucks or boats 100 nos within 100 ms. 23.24 Carriage of sand filled in bags by boats :-(a) (b) (c) Ist chain of 30 ms. 2nd to 4th chain per chain of 30 ms. 5th and subsequent chains per chain of 30 ms. 100 nos 100 nos 100 nos

169.42

473.29

225.89

34.80 20.88 13.92

23.25 Unloading from boats, bags filled with sand and :-(a) (b) Placing in dry. Placing in water. 100 nos 100 nos 211.78 423.55 -

23.26 Filling cement bags with sand, sewing and laying in position within 30 ms in dry including cost of E.C. bag & strings. 100 nos 23.27 Filling cement bags with sand sewing and laying in position within 30 ms in water including cost of E.C. bag & strings. 100 nos 23.28 Sewing empty cement bags in to sheets. 23.29 Weaving wire netting for wire crates including binding sides and partitions to make crates of 15 cm x 15 cm or 25cm x 7.5 cm mesh. sqm 23.30 Filling brick bats in crates and hand packing. 23.31 Filling bricks in crates and hand packing. 23.32 Filling stones or spalls into crates and hand packing. 23.33 Tipping wire crates including equipment. Page 235 cum cum cum cum 100 nos

338.84

676.48

564.73 112.95

931.66 414.80

23.73 39.86 75.30 104.26 75.30

119.51 643.94 1744.47 650.78 CSR- 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rate for Plains as well as SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate 4 5

23.34 Opening out old wire crates and remaking after filling. 23.35 Labour for dismantling existing portion of old protection work including cutting old trangger and stacking old stones for re-use.

sqm

8.93

cum 23.36 Filling spaces and foundations with old stones obtained from dismantling including labour for dismantling. 23.37 Spreading wire crates over pitching connecting with side protective walls inclusive of wire etc. 23.38 Wire crates of specified dimensions from all directions of G.I. wire filled with boulders with square cut faces against the wire. (a) (b) 4 mm dia. G.I. wire 25 cm x 7.5 cm mesh 4 mm dia. G.I. wire 15 cm x 15 cm mesh (diagonal wise) cum (c) 4.75 mm dia. GI wire 25 cm x 7.5 cm mesh (diagonal wise) cum (d) 4.75 mm dia. G.I. wire 15 cm x 15 cm mesh (diagonal wise) cum (e) 3.25 mm dia. G.I. wire 25 cm x 7.5 cm mesh (diagonal wise) cum (f) 3.25 mm dia. G.I. wire 15 cm x 15 cm mesh (diagonal wise) cum
Note :-

90.21

cum

203.30

sqm

26.65

cum

196.24

196.24

196.24

196.24

196.24

196.24

(i)

The through rate of the above item is dependent on the size of the crate which varies as per the site conditions and design/drawing. cum cum cum 56.47 17.40 150.59 602.99 -

23.39 Dumping stone. 23.40 Extra for anchoring boat for dumping in position. 23.41 Dismantling brush wood boulder bund. 23.42 Stone or kankar block pitching :-(a) (b) Horizontal On slopes of guide banks and protection works.

cum cum cum

188.24 242.02 418.56

965.08

23.43 Stone pitching top coping only. 23.44 Filling stone or spall :-(a) On level Page 236

cum

56.47

602.99 CSR- 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Rate for Plains as well as SubMountainous Region Labour Through Rate Rate 4 5

(b)

On side slopes behind pitching

cum

59.79

446.32

23.45 Grouting stone filling or pitching :-(a) (b) With bajri or shingle With mortar sqm sqm 24.20 41.02 47.77 76.56

23.46 Grouting masonry joints of floors including finishing :-(a) (b) When stones are upto 23 cm square When stones are more than 23 cm square but under 45 cm square The through rate of the above item varies as per thickness of stone & richness of mix as per requirements. sqm 6.96 sqm 19.14 -

sqm

12.35

Note :-

(i)

23.47 Sand grouting stone apron with high pressure hose. 23.48 Weaving Coir rope netting for Coir rope crates including binding sides and partitions to make crates of 22.5 cm x 22.5 cm mesh (including cost of coir rope). (Min. weight per crate = 2.80 Kg) Size 8' x 4' x 3'
Note :-

sqm

5.88

13.54

(i)

The Chief Engineer in-charge of works concerned, may allow on works of temporary nature, the use of black annealed MS Wire number 6 or 8 SWG (4.75 mm or 4.00 mm) conforming to the relevant ISI specifications, in lieu of G.I. Wire.

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CHAPTER NO. 24 ROAD WORK


Notes :(i) The clauses of MORT&H Specifications,which have been mentioned, may be referred for detailed specifications and construction procedures. The rate mention only brief description of work. Unless otherwise stated, the rates include rehandling of materials within 100 metres. The rates include the cost of working of road machinery including cost of fuels, lubricants, stores, establishment, depreciation and intrest chrages. In case the machinery is provided by the department, the working cost as mentioned shall be recovered from the contractor at the rates fixed by the department. All type of quarry materials has been taken from quarry with an average lead of 5 Km to work site/plant site. If the lead increases/decreases from the nearest quarry to work site/plant site, then rates will be adjusted accordingly. All type of Bitumen has been taken from Panipat Refinery with an average round trip lead of 5 Km to work site/plant site. The bitumen rates are as prevailing in July, 2010. If the rate of bitumen increases/decreases or round trip lead is different from 5 Km then the rates will be adjusted accordingly. The rates are based on bulk bitumen. If packed bitumen is used then the rates will be adjusted accordingly also. Carriage of mixed material from plant site to work site is not included in the rates and it will be paid as per chapter 5 of CSR. For bituminous items it will be paid 10% above the rates of item no. 5.2(i) of chapter 5 of CSR. The carriage of wet mix macadam will be paid as per rates of item no. 5.2(i) of chapter 5 of CSR. Wherever any extra lead is involved than specified in the description of item, the same shall be payable as per chapter 5 of CSR. Carriage of good earth for embankment construction/binding material has been taken as 1 km with compensation of earth. If the lead increases/decreases then the rates will be adjusted accordingly.

(ii) (iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

(viii)

(ix)

The rates of item No. 24.37 to 24.57 are inclusive of all leads and nothing extra on account of carriage is payable on these items. The rates of item no. 24.17 to 24.19, 24.21 to 24.24, 24.28 and 24.31 are worked out with average bitumen contents. If bitumen contents of these items increases/decreases as per approved job mix formula or during the trials conducted by the Engineer In Charge, then the rates will be adjusted accordingly. Description Unit Plains Labour Rate Through Rate
5

(x)

Sr. No.

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

24.1

Clearing Grass and Removal of Rubbish Clearing grass and removal of rubbish up to a distance of 50 metres outside the periphery of the area as per technical clause 201 of MORT&H specifications

ha

9333.43

9333.43 10266.77

10266.77 CSR - 2010

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

24.2

Clearing and Grubbing Road Land Clearing and grubbing road land including uprooting rank vegetation, grass, bushes, shrubs, saplings and trees girth up to 300 mm, removal of stumps of trees cut earlier and disposal of unserviceable materials and stacking of serviceable material to be used or auctioned, up to a lead of 1000 metres including removal and disposal of top organic soil not exceeding 150 mm in thickness as per technical clause 201 of MORT&H specifications (a) (b) (c) (d) In area of Light Jungle (By Manual Means) In area of Thorny Jungle (By Manual Means) In area of Light Jungle (By Mechanical Means) In area of Thorny Jungle (By Mechanical Means) Pavements ha ha ha ha 28311.68 37956.51 27644.49 33490.80 28311.68 31142.85 37956.51 41752.16 27644.49 30408.94 33490.80 36839.88 31142.85 41752.16 30408.94 36839.88

24.3

Dismantling of Flexible (Bituminous Courses) (By Manual Means) (a)

Dismantling of bituminous courses of flexible pavements by manual means and disposal of dismantled materials up to a lead of 1000 metres, stacking serviceable and unserviceable materials separately as per technical clause 202 of MORT&H specifications Pavements

cum

398.34

398.34

438.17

438.17

24.3

Dismantling of Flexible (Bituminous Courses) (By Mechanical Means) (b)

Dismantling of bituminous courses of flexible pavements by mechanical means and disposal of dismantled materials up to a lead of 1000 metres, stacking serviceable and unserviceable materials separately as per technical clause 202 of MORT&H specifications cum 179.23 179.23 197.15 197.15

24.3

Dismantling of Flexible (Granular Courses) (By Manual Means)

Pavements

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

(c)

Dismantling of granular courses of flexible pavements by manual means and disposal of dismantled materials up to a lead of 1000 metres, stacking serviceable and unserviceable materials separately as per technical clause 202 of MORT&H specifications

cum

289.44

289.44

318.38

318.38

24.4

Compacting original ground below road crust (a) Loosening, leveling and compacting original ground up to a level of 500mm below road crust, mixed with water at OMC, levelled, graded and compacted in layers by rolling so as to achieve minimum dry density as given in Table 300-2 for sub grade construction as per technical clause 305 of MORT&H specifications Compacting original ground below Embankment (b) Loosening, leveling and compacting original ground below embankment to facilitate placement of first layer of embankment, scarified to a depth of 150 mm, mixed with water at OMC and then compacted by rolling so as to achieve minimum dry density as given in Table 300-2 for embankment construction as per technical clause 305 of MORT&H specifications

cum

53.94

53.94

59.33

59.33

24.4

cum 24.5 Construction of Embankment with Good Quality Earth obtained from Borrowpits (a) Construction of embankment with good quality earth obtained from borrow pits including compensation of earth, loading, unloading, carriage to site of work, spreading, grading to required slope and compacting to meet requirement of table 300-2 as per technical clause 305 of MORT&H specifications

23.05

23.05

25.36

25.36

cum

106.04

229.88

116.64

240.48

24.5

Construction of Embankment with Earth obtained from Roadway Cutting or Excavation

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

(b)

Construction of embankment with earth obtained from roadway cutting or excavation including spreading, grading to required slope and compacting to meet requirement of table 300-2 as per technical clause 305 of MORT&H specifications cum 78.76 78.76 86.64 86.64

24.6

Excavation Means) (a)

for

Roadway

(By

Manual

Excavation for roadway in soil by manual means including carrying of cut earth to embankment site with all lead and lifts up to 50m as per technical clause 301 of MORT&H specifications

cum

70.35

70.35

77.39

77.39

24.6

Excavation for Roadway (By Mechanical Means) (b) Excavation for roadway in soil by mechanical means with dozer including cutting and pushing earth to embankment site with all lead and lifts up to 100m including trimming bottom and side slopes as per technical clause 301 of MORT&H specifications cum 47.15 47.15 51.87 51.87

24.6

Excavation for Roadway (By Mechanical Means) (c) Excavation for roadway in soil by mechanical means with hydraulic excavator including cutting and loading in tippers including trimming bottom and side slopes with all leads and lifts up to 1000m as per technical clause 301 of MORT&H specifications

cum

64.83

64.83

71.31

71.31

24.7

Granular Sub-Base (Close Graded Material Grading-I) (a) Construction of granular sub-base by providing close graded material grading -I, spreading in uniform layers with motor grader on prepared surface, mixing by mix in place method with rotavator at OMC, and compacting with vibratory roller to achieve the desired density, complete as per technical clause 401 of MORT&H specifications cum Page 241 108.88 518.69 119.77 529.58 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

24.7

Granular Sub-Base (Close Graded Material Grading-II) (b) Construction of granular sub-base by providing close graded material grading -II, spreading in uniform layers with motor grader on prepared surface, mixing by mix in place method with rotavator at OMC, and compacting with vibratory roller to achieve the desired density, complete as per technical clause 401 of MORT&H specifications cum 108.88 518.69 119.77 529.58

24.7

Granular Sub-Base (Close Graded Material Grading-III) (c) Construction of granular sub-base by providing close graded material grading -III, spreading in uniform layers with motor grader on prepared surface, mixing by mix in place method with rotavator at OMC, and compacting with vibratory roller to achieve the desired density, complete as per technical clause 401 of MORT&H specifications cum 108.88 518.69 119.77 529.58

24.8

Granular Sub-Base Material Grading-I) (a)

(Coarse

Graded

Construction of granular sub-base by providing coarse graded material grading-I, spreading in uniform layers with motor grader on prepared surface, mixing by mix in place method with rotavator at OMC, and compacting with vibratory roller to achieve the desired density, complete as per technical clause 401 of MORT&H specifications cum 101.37 511.18 111.51 521.32

24.8

Granular Sub-Base Material Grading-II)

(Coarse

Graded

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

(b)

Construction of granular sub-base by providing coarse graded material grading-II, spreading in uniform layers with motor grader on prepared surface, mixing by mix in place method with rotavator at OMC, and compacting with vibratory roller to achieve the desired density, complete as per technical clause 401 of MORT&H specifications cum 101.37 511.18 111.51 521.32

24.8

Granular Sub-Base Material Grading-III) (c)

(Coarse

Graded

Construction of granular sub-base by providing coarse graded material grading-III, spreading in uniform layers with motor grader on prepared surface, mixing by mix in place method with rotavator at OMC, and compacting with vibratory roller to achieve the desired density, complete as per technical clause 401 of MORT&H specifications cum 101.37 511.18 111.51 521.32

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

24.9

Lime Treated Soil for Sub- Base Laying and spreading soil on a prepared sub grade, pulverising, mixing the spread soil in place with rotavator with 3 per cent slaked lime with minimum content of 70 per cent of CaO, grading with motor grader and compacting with the road roller at OMC to achieve at least 98 per cent of the max dry density to form a layer of sub base complete as per technical clause 402 of MORT&H specifications

cum

149.81

481.54

164.79

496.52

24.10 Making 50 mm x 50 mm Furrows Making 50 mm x 50 mm furrows 45 degree to the center line of the road and at one metre interval in the existing bituminous wearing coarse including sweeping and disposal of excavated material within 1000 metres lead complete as per technical clause 404 of MORT&H specifications (Full surface area will be measured for payment) sqm 24.11 Inverted Choke Construction of inverted choke by providing, laying, spreading and compacting coarse sand of specified grade in uniform layer on a prepared surface with motor grader and compacting with power roller etc complete as per technical clause 404 of MORT&H specifications 24.12 Water Bound Macadam Grading I 2.07 2.07 2.28 2.28

cum

59.44

433.71

65.38

439.65

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

Providing, laying, spreading and compacting stone aggregates of Grading I to water bound macadam specification including spreading in uniform thickness, hand packing, rolling with smooth wheeled roller 810 tonnes in stages to proper grade and camber, applying and brooming requisite type of screening/ binding Materials to fill up the interstices of coarse aggregate, watering and compacting to the required density complete as per technical clause 404 of MORT&H specifications cum 24.13 Water Bound Macadam Grading II Providing, laying, spreading and compacting stone aggregates of Grading II to water bound macadam specification including spreading in uniform thickness, hand packing, rolling with smooth wheeled roller 810 tonnes in stages to proper grade and camber, applying and brooming requisite type of screening/ binding Materials to fill up the interstices of coarse aggregate, watering and compacting to the required density complete as per technical clause 404 of MORT&H specifications cum 24.14 Water Bound Macadam Grading III Providing, laying, spreading and compacting stone aggregates of Grading III to water bound macadam specification including spreading in uniform thickness, hand packing, rolling with smooth wheeled roller 8-10 tonnes in stages to proper grade and camber, applying and brooming requisite type of screening/ binding Materials to fill up the interstices of coarse aggregate, watering and compacting to the required density complete as per technical clause 404 of MORT&H specifications 212.24 990.17 233.46 1011.39 202.85 1003.58 223.14 1023.87

cum

212.24

1054.50

233.46

1075.72

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

24.15

Wet Mix Macadam Providing, laying, spreading and compacting graded stone aggregate to wet mix macadam specification including premixing the Material with water at OMC in mechanical mix plant, carriage from mix plant to site of work, laying in uniform layers with paver in sub- base / base course on well prepared surface and compacting with vibratory roller to achieve the desired density complete as per technical clause 406 of MORT&H specifications cum 206.66 844.51 227.33 865.18

24.16 Brick on end edging Providing and laying of Brick on end edging 6.83cm wide, 11.11cm long and 22.86cm high half brick deep including excavation, refilling and disposal of surplus earth up to 50mtr complete as per Punjab PWD specifications m 24.17 Prime Coat @ 0.85kg per sqm Providing and applying primer coat with bitumen emulsion SS on prepared surface of granular base including cleaning of road surface and spraying primer at the rate of 0.85kg/sqm complete as per technical clause 502 of MORT&H specifications 24.18 Tack Coat @ 0.25kg per sqm (a) Providing and applying tack coat with bitumen emulsion RS using emulsion pressure distributor at the rate of 0.25 kg per sqm on the prepared bituminous surface/granular surface treated with prime coat after cleaning the surface complete as per technical clause 503 of MORT&H specifications 24.18 Tack Coat @ 0.40kg per sqm 5.15 38.01 5.67 38.53

sqm

1.41

24.91

1.55

25.05

sqm

1.31

8.43

1.44

8.56

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

(b)

Providing and applying tack coat with penetration grade bitumen VG10 using bitumen pressure distributor at the rate of 0.40 kg per sqm on the prepared bituminous surface/granular surface treated with prime coat after cleaning the surface complete as per technical clause 503 of MORT&H specifications

sqm

1.50

16.28

1.65

16.43

24.19 Bituminous Macadam 80mm to 100mm thickness (Grading I) (a) Providing and laying bituminous macadam 80mm to 100mm thick with batch type hot mix plant using crushed aggregates of specified grading premixed with bituminous binder VG-10 @ 3.25%, carriage of mixed material to site of work, laid over a previously prepared surface with paver finisher to the required grade, level and alignment and rolled to achieve the desired compaction complete as per technical clause 504 of MORT&H specifications

cum

1196.03

4425.70

1315.63

4545.30

24.19 Bituminous Macadam 50mm to 75mm thickness (Grading II) (b) Providing and laying bituminous macadam 50mm to 75mm thick with batch type hot mix plant using crushed aggregates of specified grading premixed with bituminous binder VG-10 @3.4%, carriage of mixed material to site of work, laid over a previously prepared surface with paver finisher to the required grade, level and alignment and rolled to achieve the desired compaction complete as per technical clause 504 of MORT&H specifications 24.20 Built-up-Spray Grout 75mm thickness

cum

1196.03

4607.13

1315.63

4726.73

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

Providing, laying and rolling of builtup-spray grout layer over prepared base consisting of a two layer composite construction of compacted crushed coarse aggregates of specified grading with application of bituminous binder VG10 @ 1.50kg per sqm after each layer, and with key aggregates placed on top of the second layer to serve as a Base conforming to the line, grades and cross-section specified, the compacted layer thickness being 75 mm complete as per technical clause 506 of MORT&H specifications cum 24.21 Dense Graded Bituminous Macadam 80mm to 100mm thickness (Grading I) (a) Providing and laying dense graded bituminous macadam 80mm to 100mm thick with batch type HMP using crushed aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder VG-30 @ 4%, carriage of mixed material to site of work, laying with a hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade, level and alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem rollers to achieve the desired compaction complete as per technical clause 507 of MORT&H specifications cum 24.21 Dense Graded Bituminous Macadam 50mm to 75mm thickness (Grading II) 1257.37 5625.01 1383.11 5750.75 417.66 2605.81 459.43 2647.58

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Providing and laying dense graded bituminous macadam 50mm to 75mm thick with batch type HMP using crushed aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder VG-30 @ 4.5%, carriage of mixed material to site of work, laying with a hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade, level and alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem rollers to achieve the desired compaction complete as per technical clause 507 of MORT&H specifications cum 1257.37 6060.81 1383.11 6186.55

24.22 Semi-Dense Bituminous Concrete 35mm to 40mm thickness (Grading I) (a) Providing and laying semi dense bituminous concrete 35mm to 40mm thick with batch type HMP using crushed aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder VG-30 @ 4.5%, carriage of mixed material to site of work, laying with a hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade, level and alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem rollers to achieve the desired compaction complete as per technical clause 508 of MORT&H specifications cum 24.22 b Semi-Dense Bituminous Concrete 25mm to 30mm thickness (Grading II) 1257.37 6078.21 1383.11 6203.95

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Providing and laying semi dense bituminous concrete 25mm to 30mm thick with batch type HMP using crushed aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder VG-30 @ 5%, carriage of mixed material to site of work, laying with a hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade, level and alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem rollers to achieve the desired compaction complete as per technical clause 508 of MORT&H specifications cum 24.23 a Bituminous Concrete 50mm to 65mm thickness (Grading I) Providing and laying bituminous concrete 50mm to 65mm thick with batch type hot mix plant using crushed aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder VG-30 @ 5.5%, carriage of mixed material to site of work, laying with a hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade, level and alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem rollers to achieve the desired compaction complete as per technical clause 509 of MORT&H specifications cum 24.23 b Bituminous Concrete 30mm to 45mm thickness (Grading II) Providing and laying bituminous concrete 30mm to 45mm thick with batch type hot mix plant using crushed aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder VG-30 @ 6%, carriage of mixed material to site of work, laying with a hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade, level and alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem rollers to achieve the desired compaction complete as per technical clause 509 of MORT&H specifications cum Page 250 1283.70 7412.34 1412.07 7540.71 CSR - 2010 1283.70 7091.85 1412.07 7220.22 1257.37 6519.24 1383.11 6644.98

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Surface Dressing Providing and laying surface dressing in single coat using crushed stone aggregates of specified size on a layer of bituminous binder VG-10 @ 1kg per sqm laid on prepared surface after cleaning the road surface and rolling with 8-10 tonne smooth wheeled steel roller complete as per technical clause 510 of MORT&H specifications

sqm

8.81

50.58

9.69

51.46

24.25

Open - Graded Premix Surfacing 20mm thickness Providing, laying and compaction of open - graded premix surfacing of 20 mm thickness consisting of crushed stone aggregates of specified grading premixed in a batch type hot mix plant with bituminous binder VG-10 @ 1.46kg per sqm, carriage of mixed material to site of work and laid with paver and rolling with a smooth wheeled roller 8-10 tonne capacity, finished to required level and grades complete as per technical clause 511 of MORT&H specifications sqm 22.50 89.49 24.75 91.74

24.26 a

Close Graded Premix Surfacing/ Mixed Seal Surfacing 20mm thickness (Type A) Providing, laying and rolling of closegraded premix surfacing material of 20 mm thickness Type A consisting of crushed stone aggregates of specified grading premixed in a batch type hot mix plant with bituminous binder VG-10 @ 2.2kg per sqm, carriage of mixed material to site of work, laying with paver and rolling with a Smooth wheeled roller 8-10 tonne capacity, and finishing to required level and grade complete as per technical clause 512 of MORT&H specifications sqm 22.65 117.76 24.92 120.03

24.26 b

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Providing, laying and rolling of closegraded premix surfacing material of 20 mm thickness Type B consisting of crushed stone aggregates of specified grading premixed in a batch type hot mix plant with bituminous binder VG-10 @ 1.9kg per sqm, carriage of mixed material to site of work, laying with paver and rolling with a Smooth wheeled roller 8-10 tonne capacity, and finishing to required level and grade complete as per technical clause 512 of MORT&H specifications sqm 24.27 a Seal Coat Type A Providing and laying seal coat type A (Liquid Seal Coat) sealing the voids in a bituminous surface using crushed stone aggregates and penetration grade bitumen VG-10 @ 0.98kg per sqm laid to the specified levels, grade and cross fall complete as per technical clause 513 of MORT&H specifications sqm 24.27 b Seal Coat Type B Providing and laying of premix sand seal coat premixed in batch type hot mix plant using specified fine aggregates and penetration grade bitumen VG-10 @ 0.68kg per sqm, carriage of mixed material to site of work, laid to the specified levels, grade and cross fall complete as per technical clause 513 of MORT&H specifications sqm 24.28 Mastic Asphalt 25mm thickness 10.45 35.35 11.50 36.40 7.38 48.20 8.12 48.94 22.65 106.69 24.92 108.96

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Providing and laying 25 mm thick mastic asphalt wearing course with paving grade bitumen 85/25 or 30/40 @10.2%, fine aggregates, coarse aggregates, lime filler @ 17.92% of total mix, prepared by using mastic cooker and laid to required level and slope, including providing antiskid surface with bitumen precoated fine grained hard stone chipping at an approximate spacing of 10 cm center to center in both directions, pressed into surface when the temperature of surface is not less than 100 degree C, protruding 1 mm to 4 mm over mastic surface complete as per technical clause 515 of MORT&H specifications. sqm 24.29 a Slurry Seal 5mm thickness Providing and laying slurry seal consisting of a mixture of fine aggregates, portland cement filler, bituminous emulsion RS @ 11% and water on a road surface including cleaning of surface, mixing of slurry seal in a suitable mobile plant, laying and compacting to provide even riding surface complete as per technical clause 516 of MORT&H specifications 24.29 b Slurry Seal 3mm thickness Providing and laying slurry seal consisting of a mixture of fine aggregates, portland cement filler, bituminous emulsion RS @ 13% and water on a road surface including cleaning of surface, mixing of slurry seal in a suitable mobile plant, laying and compacting to provide even riding surface complete as per technical clause 516 of MORT&H specifications sqm 24.29 c Slurry Seal 1.5mm thickness 1.10 27.53 1.21 27.64 122.12 199.77 134.33 211.98

sqm

1.95

39.80

2.15

40.00

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Providing and laying slurry seal consisting of a mixture of fine aggregates, portland cement filler, bituminous emulsion RS @ 16% and water on a road surface including cleaning of surface, mixing of slurry seal in a suitable mobile plant, laying and compacting to provide even riding surface complete as per technical clause 516 of MORT&H specifications sqm 24.30 Fog Spray Providing and applying low viscosity bitumen emulsion RS @ 0.75kg per sqm for sealing cracks less than 3 mm wide or incipient fretting or disintegration in an existing bituminous surfacing complete as per technical clause 518 of MORT&H specifications 24.31 a Crack Prevention Courses (Stress Absorbing Membrane crack width less than 6mm) Laying of a stress absorbing membrane over a cracked road surface after cleaning the road surface, using modified binder CRMB-55 complying with clause 521 @ 0.90kg per sqm and crushed stone aggregates of specified grading, spraying binder and spreading crushed stone aggregates, sweeping the surface for uniform spread of aggregates complete as per technical clause 522 of MORT&H specifications 24.31 b Crack Prevention Courses (Stress Absorbing Membrane crack width 6mm to 9mm) 0.91 17.02 1.00 17.11

sqm

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22.43

1.18

22.54

sqm

3.34

43.79

3.67

44.12

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Laying of a stress absorbing membrane over a cracked road surface after cleaning the road surface, using modified binder CRMB-55 complying with clause 521 @ 1.1kg per sqm and crushed stone aggregates of specified grading, spraying binder and spreading crushed stone aggregates, sweeping the surface for uniform spread of aggregates complete as per technical clause 522 of MORT&H specifications 24.31 c Crack Prevention Courses (Stress Absorbing Membrane crack width above 9mm and cracked area above 50%) Laying of a stress absorbing membrane over a cracked road surface after cleaning the road surface, using modified binder CRMB-55 complying with clause 521 @ 1.5kg per sqm and crushed stone aggregates of specified grading, spraying binder and spreading crushed stone aggregates, sweeping the surface for uniform spread of aggregates complete as per technical clause 522 of MORT&H specifications Crack Prevention Courses (Bitumen Impregnated Geotextile) Laying of a bitumen impregnated geotextile layer after cleaning the road surface, laid over a tack coat of paving grade bitumen VG-10 @ 1.05kg per sqm complete as per technical clause 522 & 703 of MORT&H specifications Restoration of Rain Cuts

sqm

3.34

46.51

3.67

46.84

sqm

3.34

68.37

3.67

68.70

24.31 d

sqm

3.01

73.07

3.31

73.37

24.32

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Restoration of rain cuts with good quality earth obtained from borrow pits including compensation of earth, carriage, loading, unloading, clearing the loose soil, benching for 300mm width, laying in 250mm thick layers and compacting with plate compactor to restore the original alignment, levels and slopes as per technical clause 3002 of MORT&H specifications cum 24.33 Patch Work with Close Graded Premix Surfacing/ Mixed Seal Surfacing 20mm thickness (Type B) Providing and laying patch work with close-graded premix surfacing material of 20 mm thickness Type B using penetration grade bitumen VG10 @ 1.9kg per sqm and crushed stone aggregates of specified grading after trimming the pot hole, removal of failed material, including mixing in a batch type hot mix plant, carriage of mixed material to site of work, laying by suitable means and rolling with a smooth wheeled roller to match the adjoining surface complete as per technical clause 512 of MORT&H specifications sqm 24.34 Patch Work with Bituminous Macadam 50mm to 75mm thickness (Grading II) Providing and laying patch work with bituminous macadam 50mm to 75mm thick using crushed stone aggregates of specified grading premixed with bituminous binder VG10 @ 3.4% in batch type hot mix plant, carriage of mixed material to site of work, laid after trimming the pot hole, removal of failed material, laying by suitable means and rolling with a smooth wheeled roller to match the adjoining surface complete as per technical clause 504 of MORT&H specifications cum 1546.15 5127.87 1700.77 5282.49 30.92 119.15 34.01 122.24 63.34 156.22 69.67 162.55

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24.35

Patch Work with Built-up-Spray Grout Patch work with built-up-spray grout consisting of single layer construction of compacted crushed coarse aggregates with application of bituminous binder VG-10 @ 1.5kg per sqm after triming the pot hole, removal of failed material, and with key aggregates placed on top, rolling with a smooth wheeled roller to match the adjoining surface complete as per technical clause 506 of MORT&H specifications cum 626.52 1820.98 689.17 1883.63

24.36

Patch Work with Water Bound Macadam Grading III Providing and laying patch work with stone aggregates of Grading III laid to water bound macadam specification after trimming the pot hole, removal of failed material, hand packing, applying and brooming requisite type of screening/ binding materials to fill up the interstices of coarse aggregate, watering and rolling with smooth wheeled roller 8-10 tonnes to match the adjoining surface complete as per technical clause 404 of MORT&H specifications cum 318.36 1201.17 350.20 1233.01

24.37 a

Ordinary Kilometre Stone for Plan Roads Reinforced cement concrete M-15 grade ordinary kilometre stone of standard design as per IRC 8-1980 fixing in position including painting and printing etc. complete as per technical clause 804 of MORT&H specifications 5th Kilometre Stone for Plan Roads Reinforced cement concrete M-15 grade 5th kilometre stone of standard design as per IRC 8-1980 fixing in position including painting and printing etc. complete as per technical clause 804 of MORT&H specifications

each

2403.61

2429.18

24.37 b

each

4143.22

4197.69

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Kilometre Stone for Village Roads Reinforced cement concrete M-15 grade ordinary kilometre stone of standard design for village roads as per IRC 8-1980 fixing in position including painting and printing etc. complete as per technical clause 804 of MORT&H specifications each 1798.84 1821.77

24.38

200 metre Stone Reinforced cement concrete M-15 grade 200 metre stone of standard design as per IRC 26-1967 fixing in position including painting and printing etc. complete as per technical clause 804 of MORT&H specifications

each

452.93

464.23

24.39

Boundary Pillars Reinforced cement concrete M-15 grade boundary pillars of standard design as per IRC 25-1967 fixing in position including painting and printing etc. complete as per technical clause 806 of MORT&H specifications

each

875.45

883.67

24.40

Village Board Reinforced cement concrete M-15 grade village board of standard design fixing in position including painting and printing etc. complete as per PWD specifications each 3575.36 3600.93

24.41

Precast Cement Concrete Kerb Plain cement concrete M-20 grade precast kerb 250mm high with bottom width 165mm and top width 115mm fixed in position on earth base including carriage to site of work complete as per technical clause 408 of MORT&H specifications

504.38

508.84

24.42

Precast Cement Concrete Channel

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Plain cement concrete M-20 grade precast channel 300mm wide and 75mm thick fixed in position on earth base including carriage to site of work complete as per technical clause 408 of MORT&H specifications 24.43 a 1.2 Metre High G.I. Barbed Wire Fencing 1.2 metre high G.I. barbed wire fencing with 1.8 metre angle iron posts 40x40x6mm placed every 3 metres centre to centre 0.6 metre below ground level, every 15th post, end post, corner post suitably strutted and provided with 9 horizontal lines and two diagonals interwoven with horizontal wires fixed with GI staples, turn buckles etc. including foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.30x0.30x0.75m for each post complete as per technical clause 807 of MORT&H specifications

415.01

417.24

m 24.43 b 1.8 Metre High G.I. Barbed Wire Fencing 1.8 metre high G.I. barbed wire fencing with 2.4 metre angle iron posts 50x50x6mm placed every 3 metres centre to centre 0.6 metre below ground level, every 15th post, end post, corner post suitably strutted and provided with 12 horizontal lines and two diagonals interwoven with horizontal wires fixed with GI staples, turn buckles etc. including foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.30x0.30x0.75m for each post complete as per technical clause 807 of MORT&H specifications m 24.44 a Cautionary Sign Board 900x900x900mm Triangular

276.23

277.76

401.69

403.70

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Cautionary sign board 900x900x900mm triangular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 25x25x3mm angle iron frame supported on a mild steel angle iron post 65x65x6mm without cost of definition plate firmly fixed to ground in foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.45x0.45x0.75m for vertical post complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications each 24.44 b Cautionary Sign Board 600x600x600mm Triangular Cautionary sign board 600x600x600mm triangular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 25x25x3mm angle iron frame supported on a mild steel angle iron post 65x65x6mm without cost of definition plate firmly fixed to ground in foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.45x0.45x0.60m for vertical post complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications each 24.45 a Mandatory Sign Board 900mm Circular or Octagonal Mandatory sign board 900mm circular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 25x25x3mm angle iron frame supported on a mild steel angle iron post 65x65x6mm without cost of definition plate firmly fixed to ground in foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.45x0.45x0.60m for vertical post complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications each 24.45 b Mandatory Sign Board Circular or Octagonal 600mm 8486.81 8522.92 3505.79 3541.90 5867.28 5903.39

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Mandatory sign board 600mm circular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 25x25x3mm angle iron frame supported on a mild steel angle iron post 65x65x6mm without cost of definition plate firmly fixed to ground in foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.45x0.45x0.60m for vertical post complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications each 24.46 a Informatory Sign Board 800x600mm Rectangular Informatory sign board 800x600mm rectangular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 25x25x3mm angle iron frame supported on a mild steel angle iron post 65x65x6mm without cost of definition plate firmly fixed to ground in foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.45x0.45x0.60m for vertical post complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications each 24.46 b Informatory Sign Board 600x450mm Rectangular Informatory sign board 600x450mm rectangular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 25x25x3mm angle iron frame supported on a mild steel angle iron post 65x65x6mm without cost of definition plate firmly fixed to ground in foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.45x0.45x0.60m for vertical post complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications each 24.46 c Informatory Sign Board 600x600mm Square 4542.88 4578.99 6791.06 6827.17 4852.47 4888.58

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Informatory sign board 600x600mm square as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 25x25x3mm angle iron frame supported on a mild steel angle iron post 65x65x6mm without cost of definition plate firmly fixed to ground in foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.45x0.45x0.60m for vertical post complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications each 24.47 Place Identification Sign Board 900x600mm Rectangular Place Identification sign board 900x600mm rectangular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 25x25x3mm angle iron frame supported on two mild steel angle iron post 65x65x6mm firmly fixed to ground in foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.45x0.45x0.60m for vertical post complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications each 24.48 a Advance Direction Sign Board 900x900mm Square Advance Direction sign board 900x900mm square as per IRC 672001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 25x25x3mm angle iron frame supported on two mild steel angle iron post 65x65x6mm firmly fixed to ground in foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.60x0.60x0.75m for vertical post complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications each 24.48 b Advance Direction Sign 1200x900mm Rectangular Board 12628.23 12664.34 8939.01 8975.12 5735.50 5771.61

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Advance Direction sign board 1200x900mm rectangular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 25x25x3mm angle iron frame supported on two mild steel angle iron posts 65x65x6mm firmly fixed to ground in foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.60x0.60x0.75m for vertical post complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications each 24.48 c Advance Direction Sign Board 1200x1200mm Rectangular Advance Direction sign board 1200x1200mm rectangular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 25x25x3mm angle iron frame supported on two mild steel angle iron posts 65x65x6mm firmly fixed to ground in foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.60x0.60x0.75m for vertical post complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications each 24.48 d Advance Direction Sign Board 1200x1800mm Rectangular Advance Direction sign board 1200x1800mm rectangular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 25x25x3mm angle iron frame supported on two mild steel angle iron posts 65x65x6mm firmly fixed to ground in foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.60x0.60x0.75m for vertical post complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications each 24.49 Definition Plate Rectangular 600x200mm 25003.02 25095.26 19345.09 19417.32 15635.01 15707.24

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Definition Plate 600x200mm rectangular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet welded with vertical post of sign board complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications 24.50 a Direction/Diversion Plate 900x300mm Rectangular Direction/Diversion Plate 900x300mm rectangular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet fixed in position complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications

each

1363.79

1369.75

each 24.50 b Direction/Diversion Plate 1800x300mm Rectangular Direction/Diversion Plate 1800x300mm rectangular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet fixed in position complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications each 24.51 Hazard Marker Sign 300x900mm Rectangular Board

2062.74

2063.92

4106.42

4107.60

Hazard Marker sign board 300x900mm rectangular as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 25x25x3mm angle iron frame supported on a mild steel angle iron post 65x65x6mm firmly fixed to ground including foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.45x0.45x0.60m for vertical post complete as per technical clause 801 of MORT&H specifications 24.52 a Overhead 6000x1500mm Single Sided Sign Board Cantilever Type

each

3494.35

3530.46

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Overhead sign board 6000x1500mm cantilever type single sided as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 40x40x6mm angle iron frame supported on designed single support system of MS pipe and plates in the form of a cantilever type truss made with 350NB pipe @50kg per mtr as verical support, 50NB pipe @ 4.50kg per mtr and 40NB pipe @ 3.61kg per mtr for truss including base plates, gusset plates, designed RCC foundation for fixing in ground complete as per technical clause 802 of MORT&H specifications each 24.52 b Overhead Sign Board 6000x1500mm Cantilever Type Double Sided Overhead sign board 6000x1500mm cantilever type double sided as per IRC 67-2001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 40x40x6mm angle iron frame supported on designed single support system of MS pipe and plates in the form of a cantilever type truss made with 350NB pipe @50kg per mtr as verical support, 50NB pipe @ 4.50kg per mtr and 40NB pipe @ 3.61kg per mtr for truss including base plates, gusset plates, designed RCC foundation for fixing in ground complete as per technical clause 802 of MORT&H specifications each 24.53 Overhead Sign Board 9000x1500mm Simply Supported Type Double Sided - 289939.01 - 291427.21 - 198868.96 - 200302.73

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Overhead sign board 9000x1500mm simply supported type double sided as per IRC 672001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 40x40x6mm angle iron frame supported on designed double support system of MS pipe and plates in the form of a simply supported type truss made with 350NB pipe @50kg per mtr as verical support, 50NB pipe @ 4.50kg per mtr and 40NB pipe @ 3.61kg per mtr for truss including base plates, gusset plates, designed RCC foundation for fixing in ground complete as per technical clause 802 of MORT&H specifications each 24.54 Overhead Sign Board 12000x1500mm Simply Supported Type Double Sided Overhead sign board 12000x1500mm simply supported type double sided as per IRC 672001 with retro reflective high intensity microprismatic grade sheeting fixed over 2mm thick aluminium sheet with 40x40x6mm angle iron frame supported on designed double support system of MS pipe and plates in the form of a simply supported type truss made with 350NB pipe @50kg per mtr as verical support, 50NB pipe @ 4.50kg per mtr and 40NB pipe @ 3.61kg per mtr for truss including base plates, gusset plates, designed RCC foundation for fixing in ground complete as per technical clause 802 of MORT&H specifications Hume Pipe Road Indicator - 460003.76 - 462577.78

each

- 574819.25

- 578097.94

24.55

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Hume pipe road indicator of 350mm dia NP-2 hume pipe 1200mm high, 900mm above ground level, 300mm embedded in ground in cement concrete 1:4:8 of size 0.75x0.75x0.60m, filled with earth and plugged from top with 300mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4, painted with two coats ready mixed exterior paint in black and white strips fixed in position complete as per PWD specifications each 24.56 a "W" Type Metal Beam Crash Barrier Single Sided "W" type metal beam crash barrier single sided comprising of 3mm thick corrugated sheet metal beam rail 70cm above road or ground level fixed on channel vertical post 150x75x5mm spaced 2mtr centre to centre 1.80mtr high, 1.1mtr below road or ground level, all steel parts and fitments to be galvanized by hot dip process, all fittings to conform to IS:1367 & IS:1364, metal beam rail to be fixed on the vertical post with a spacer of channel section 150x75x5mm, 330mm long fixed firmly to ground with foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.45x0.45x1.10m for vertical post complete as per approved drawings and technical clause 810 of MORT&H specifications m 24.56 b "W" Type Metal Beam Crash Barrier Double Sided 2057.01 2071.47 1453.72 1476.65

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Through Rate
7

"W" type metal beam crash barrier double sided comprising of 3mm thick corrugated sheet metal beam rail 70cm above road or ground level fixed on both sided on channel vertical post 150x75x5mm spaced 2mtr centre to centre 1.80mtr high, 1.1mtr below road or ground level, all steel parts and fitments to be galvanized by hot dip process, all fittings to conform to IS:1367 & IS:1364, metal beam rails to be fixed on the vertical post with a spacer of channel section 150x75x5mm, 330mm long on both sides fixed firmly to ground with foundation concrete 1:2:4 of size 0.45x0.45x1.10m for vertical post complete as per approved drawings and technical clause 810 of MORT&H specifications m 24.57 Road Marking with Thermoplastic Compound Road marking with hot applied thermoplastic compound 2.5mm thick including reflectorising glass beads @ 0.25kg per sqm area as per IRC:35 1997 complete as per technical clause 803 of MORT&H specifications Plain Cement Concrete Pavement 3417.03 3442.48

sqm

28.57

561.88

31.43

564.74

24.58

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

Construction of unreinforced plain cement concrete pavement in M-30 mix design over a prepared sub base with cement contents 350kg per cum and coarse and fine aggregates conforming to IS:383 mixed with concrete mixer using weigh batcher, laid in position over 125 micron thick polythene sheet, compacted with needle vibrator, screed vibrator and plate vibrator, dewatering of free water with vaccum pump, finishing the surface with power floater, including provision of contraction and expansion joints as required, finishing to required lines and grades as per drawings and technical clause 1501 of MORD specifications 24.59 a Fibre Board Expansion Joints Providing and fixing 20mm thick compressible fibre board in expansion joints complete as per drawings and technical clause 2605 of MORT&H specifications 24.59 b Joint Sealing Compound Providing and filling joint sealing compound with coarse sand and 6 percent bitumen by weight complete as per drawings and technical clause 2605 of MORT&H specifications 24.60 a Rumble Strips with thermoplastic road marking

cum

998.02

3792.74

1097.82

3892.54

cum

0.14

4.03

0.15

4.04

cum

0.95

1.29

1.05

1.39

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

Providing and making rumble strips 15-20mm high at centre, 250mm wide placed at 1m centre to centre over freshly laid bituminous layer by using close graded premix surfacing material type B at approved locations to control speed and marked with 100mm wide white strips of thermoplastic road marking paint. The close graded premix surfacing material type B shall conform to technical clause 512 and thermoplastic road marking paint shall conform to technical clause 803 of MORT&H specifications m 24.60 b Rumble Strips without thermoplastic road marking Providing and making rumble strips 15-20mm high at centre, 250mm wide placed at 1m centre to centre over freshly laid bituminous layer by using close graded premix surfacing material type B at approved locations to control speed. The close graded premix surfacing material type B shall conform to technical clause 512 of MORT&H specifications 8.52 82.86 9.37 91.15

5.66

26.67

6.23

29.34

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Sr. No. Description Unit Rate for "Plains "as well as "SubMountainous Region" Labour Through Rate Rate
4 5

25.1 Clearance of weed, jalla, deela etc manually from inner section of unlined channel. (a) Unlined (heavy growth) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (b) discharge upto 0.42 cumecs discharge exceeding 0.42 but upto 1.42 cumecs discharge exceeding 1.42 but upto 2.83 cumecs discharge exceeding 2.83 cumecs m m m m 9.73 13.90 19.45 25.01 -

Unlined (medium growth) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) discharge upto 0.42 cumecs discharge exceeding 0.42 but upto 1.42 cumecs discharge exceeding 1.42 but upto 2.83 cumecs discharge exceeding 2.83 cumecs m m m m 7.78 11.12 15.56 20.01 -

(c)

Unlined (light growth) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) discharge upto 0.42 cumecs discharge exceeding 0.42 but upto 1.42 cumecs discharge exceeding 1.42 but upto 2.83 cumecs discharge exceeding 2.83 cumecs In case of heavy weed, jalla, deela etc growth category, concerned SDO and Executive Engineer will certify after physical verification. In case of medium and light weed, jalla, deela etc growth category, concerned SDO will certify after physical verification and concerned Executive Engineer will also certify after satisfying himself. The rate includes the proper disposal of weed, jalla, deela etc. also. m m m m 6.84 9.73 13.62 17.51 -

Note:-

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

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Description

Unit

Rate for "Plains "as well as "SubMountainous Region" Labour Through Rate Rate
4 5

25.2 Clearance of weed, jalla, deela, sarkanda, jungle, butti, dhora, silts etc. manually from inner section of lined channel. (a) Lined (heavy growth) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (b) discharge upto 0.283 cumecs discharge exceeding 0.283 but upto 1.42 cumecs discharge exceeding 1.42 but upto 2.83 cumecs discharge exceeding 2.83 cumecs m m m m 9.12 13.73 18.29 22.84 -

Lined (medium growth) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) discharge upto 0.283 cumecs discharge exceeding 0.283 but upto 1.42 cumecs discharge exceeding 1.42 but upto 2.83 cumecs discharge exceeding 2.83 cumecs m m m m 6.84 10.28 13.73 17.18 -

(c)

Lined (light growth) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) discharge upto 0.283 cumecs discharge exceeding 0.283 but upto 1.42 cumecs discharge exceeding 1.42 but upto 2.83 cumecs discharge exceeding 2.83 cumecs In case of heavy weed, jalla, deela, sarkanda, jungle, butti, dhora, silts etc. growth category, concerned SDO and Executive Engineer will certify after physical verification. In case of medium and light weed, jalla, deela, sarkanda, jungle, butti, dhora, silts etc growth category, concerned SDO will certify after physical verification and concerned Executive Engineer will also certify after satisfying himself. m m m m 4.56 6.84 9.12 11.45 -

Note:-

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

The rate includes the proper disposal of weed, jalla, deela, sarkanda, jungle, butti, dhora, silts etc also.

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Description

Unit

Rate for "Plains "as well as "SubMountainous Region" Labour Through Rate Rate
4 5

(iv)

Wherever there is no silt in the bed of the distributary/minor, rates should further be decreased by 40% of that of normal norms of weed, jalla, deela, sarkanda, jungle, butti, dhora etc. with silt.

25.3 Clearing weed growth manually from different section of the drain.

(a) (i) (ii) (iii)

Wet conditions (heavy) Bed width less than 7.62 m Bed width from 7.62 m to 15.24 m Bed width more than 15.24 m sqm sqm sqm 4.89 5.62 7.29 -

Wet conditions (medium) (i) (ii) (iii) Bed width less than 7.62 m Bed width from 7.62 m to 15.24 m Bed width more than 15.24 m sqm sqm sqm 3.67 4.21 5.47 -

Wet conditions (light) (i) (ii) (iii) Bed width less than 7.62 m Bed width from 7.62 m to 15.24 m Bed width more than 15.24 m Where it is not possible to manually clear the section of any drain, machinery rates will be applicable. sqm sqm sqm 2.44 2.81 3.65 -

Note:-

(i)

(b) (i) (ii) (iii)

Dry conditions (heavy) Bed width less than 7.62 m Bed width from 7.62 m to 15.24 m Bed width more than 15.24 m sqm sqm sqm 2.64 2.79 3.12 -

Dry conditions (medium) (i) (ii) Bed width less than 7.62 m Bed width from 7.62 m to 15.24 m sqm sqm 1.99 2.10 -

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Description

Unit

Rate for "Plains "as well as "SubMountainous Region" Labour Through Rate Rate
4 5

(iii) 3

Bed width more than 15.24 m

sqm

2.33

Dry conditions (light) (i) (ii) (iii) Bed width less than 7.62 m Bed width from 7.62 m to 15.24 m Bed width more than 15.24 m In case of heavy weed growth category, concerned SDO and Executive Engineer will certify after physical verification. In case of medium and light weed growth category, concerned SDO will certify after physical verification and concerned Executive Engineer will also certify after satisfying himself. sqm sqm sqm 1.31 1.39 1.55 -

Note:-

(i)

(ii)

25.4 Providing, Running and maintenance of pumping set 8 H.P./ Generator set for dewatering arrangements complete in all respects.

per hour per H.P.

15.94

Note:-

(i) (ii)

The Engine with pumping set of 8 H.P. will run 4 bores. The generator set having engine of 8 H.P. coupled with alternator of 5 H.P. will run motor of 4 H.P.

25.5 Making bore and installation of pumping set for dewatering arrangements complete in all respects. per m 25.6 Making dewatering arrangement by pumping set 4'' *4'' (Tractor-24 HP driven) . per hour 25.7 Clearing of sarkanda, weed, jala, booti etc. from wet drains by machinery heaving Bed width. (i) (ii) Upto 20 feet More than 20 feet sqm sqm cum

353.98

264.31

13.00 16.14 52.30

25.8 Removal/Clearance of slush from wet drains by mechanical means.

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CHAPTER NO. 26 MISCELLANEOUS


Notes :(i) (ii)
Sr. No. 1

The rates given below are labour rates unless otherwise stated. Unless otherwise stated, the labour rates include rehandling of materials within 100 m.
Description 2 Unit 3 Rate (Rs.) 4

26.1 26.2 Note :-

Laying linking and packing tramway tracks. Linking B.G track including packing, straightening and levelling. Carriage of tramway track will be paid according to rates in chapter No. 5. Linking points and crossing complete with level fastening. Bending and straightening B.G rails with jim-crow. cutting Girders with Hack-saw. (a) (b) Upto 300 mm depth. Above 300mm to 450mm depth.

m m

12.00 39.00

26.3 26.4 26.5

each m

1800.00 6.00

cut cut each m m m m

60.00 114.00 8.00 60.00 24.00 9.00 60.00

26.6 26.7

Drilling holes in girders. (a) (b) cutting of copper sheets 15mm, thick flashing. Fixing copper flashing into position.

26.8 26.9 26.10

Assembling 40 mm. pressure pipes. Boring and fixing 40 mm pressure pipes. Boring for hand-pump in clay fitting strainer and pipe. (a) (i) (ii) (iii) (b) (i) (ii) (iii) Upto 75mm dia bore. From 0 to 15 m. Exceeding 15 m but upto 30 m. Exceeding 30 m. Above 75mm dia bore but not exceeding 100mm. From 0 to 15 m. Exceeding 15 m but upto 30 m. Exceeding 30 m.

m m m

78.00 198.00 294.00

m m m

99.00 246.00 294.00

26.11

Boring hand-pump in soil with admixture of shingle.

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Description 2

Unit 3

Rate (Rs.) 4

(a) (i) (ii) (iii) (b) (i) (ii) (iii) 26.12

Upto 75mm dia bore. From 0 to 15 m. Exceeding 15 m but upto 30 m. Exceeding 30 m. Above 75mm dia. but not exceeding 100mm dia. bores From 0 to 15 m. Exceeding 15 m but upto 30 m. Exceeding 30 m. m m m 156.00 294.00 345.00 m m m 138.00 246.00 294.00

Hand pumps (a) (b) (c) Pulling out pipe and filters. Lowering pipe in the hole up to 40mm dia. fixing head including clamps and handle. m m each m each 24.00 24.00 120.00 99.00 30.00

26.13 26.14 26.15

Fixing F.I gauges flush with masonry including cost of hooks. Fixing handles to iron rammers including cost of handles. cutting down trees, filling holes and levelling of ground, lopping branches trimming, removal not exceeding 100 m stacking clearing site. (a) (b) (c) (d) girth up to 60 cm girth more than 60 cm. but up to 120 cm. girth more than 120 cm. but up to 180 cm. girth more than 180 cm. but up to 250 cm. The girth is to be measured 1.25 m above ground level. When stumps are grubbed up in addition, take rates as double the above rates for trees cut and grubbed. payment for grubbing will only be made when specially ordered by the SubDivisional officer in cases where it is essential to remove the stumps. Trees requiring to be cut will normally be sold as they stand, the purchase price including the purchasers liability to cut or grub and remove the tree from Govt. Land.

each each each each

150.00 270.00 540.00 900.00

Note :-

(i) (ii)

(iii)

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Description 2

Unit 3

Rate (Rs.) 4

(iv)

Where these have not been sold, the trees cut and removed will be the property of the Govt. qtl qtl per qtl of charcoal 39.00 63.00 162.00

26.16 26.17 26.18

Felling trees, cutting and stacking fuel wood from plantation. Splitting fuel wood. Burning charcoal including loading and unloading and repairs to kiln.

26.19

supply of wooden bumping posts including labour for cutting from canal or road plantation making and fixing at site. Supply of wooden pegs for levelling work from canal or road plantation 40 mm to 50mm dia and 15cm to 23 cm long. Supply of wooden pegs for alignment work, 40 cm long 75mm dia from canal or road plantation. Supply of bamboo jhandies 3 m to 3.5 m including iron shoes and flags 40 cm Square painted black and white.

each

60.00

26.20

100 nos

150.00

26.21

100 nos

600.00

26.22

each

150.00

26.23

(a) (b)

Supplying flags 40 cm. square for Jhandies. Shoes for Jhandies including fixing.

each each each

30.00 18.00 270.00

26.24

Supplying tripod with flages including iron shoes and flag 40 cm. square and bamboo painted black and white. Sweeping chimney flues. Fixing glass pieces on top of walls. Making a chulah in cooking range (Indian style) Supplying and fixing clerestory window cord cotton up to 6 m height.

26.25 26.26 26.27 26.28

each m each each

30.00 39.00 150.00 42.00

26.29

Making Sirki Sarkanda Temporary Godown, 3mx3m with walls 2.5m height 1 brick thick burnt bricks laid dry, excluding the cost of bricks, but including the cost of other materials. Water allowance. (a) (i) (ii) for concrete, brick masonry in lime or cement mortar Where lead involved is 800 m to 1.6Km Where lead involved is above 1.6Km to 2.4 Km Page 277

each

2400.00

26.30

cum cum

21.00 42.00 CSR - 2010

Sr. No. 1

Description 2

Unit 3

Rate (Rs.) 4

(b) (i) (ii) Note :-

For plastering in lime or cement mortar, pointing, flooring :Where lead involved is 800 m to 1.6Km Where lead involved is above 1.6Km to 2.4 Km sqm sqm 3.00 6.00

The above rates are payable only where water is not available locally and where fixing of hand pump is neither feasible nor practically possible due to small amount of work and where water is actually carried by carts or by mechanical transport. Making temporary culverts. Digging pits and fixing distance marks or boundary stones. Supplying manure or compost, including carriage of 100 m. Ploughing two times. Filling 200 litres drums with diesel oil (not payable to diesel dealer) Jungle clearance. each each cum hectare each hectare 600.00 15.00 381.00 2670.00 12.00 960.00 to 4716.01

26.31 26.32 26.33 26.34 26.35 26.36

26.37

Ordinary jungle clearance of both banks of running distributaries, minors and drains with discharge upto 9cum/s including boundary road :(a) Discharge upto 1.5 cum/s km 1248.00 to 1920.01 1920.00 to 2496.01 2496.00 to 3168.01

(b)

Discharge exceeding 1.5 cum/s but upto 4.5 cum

km

(c)

Discharge exceeding 4.5 cum/s.

km

26.38

Jungle clearance on running canals and branches, and drains with discharge more than 9 cum/s. (i) (ii) (iii) Light Medium Heavy km km km 7680.00 9600.00 19200.00

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Description 2

Unit 3

Rate (Rs.) 4

Notes for Item No. 26.36 to 26.38

(i)

The rates are applicable to areas acquired for new canals, and drains, extension of channels and for construction of roads and Buildings.

(ii)

The rate is to be decided by the Executive Engineer according to density of jungle to be cleared. The rates of item Nos. 26.36 to 26.38 are for estimating purposes only. bag 3.00

(iii)

26.39

Filling loose cement bags in empty cement bags weighing, sewing and stacking with in 30m. Filling cement bags with steam coal or kankar lime, sewing including cost of string. Stencilling and bundling empty cement bags. Tempering of Kassies, Belchas, Khurpas and pick axes. Stencilling (Height of stencil not less than 7.5cm) of bitumen and other drums.

26.40

cum

87.00

26.41 26.42 26.43

100 nos each 100 nos

36.00 15.00 75.00

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CHAPTER NO. 27 QUANTITIES OF MATERIALS


Note :One cement bag weighs 50 Kg and measures 0.03472 cum.
Sr. No. Description Unit Cement (Bags) 1 2 3 4 Quantities Fine Coarse aggregates aggregates (cum) (cum) 5 6

27.1

Cement concrete :(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) M-20 M-25 M-30 M-35 M-40 1:2:4 1 : 2 1/2 : 5 1:3:6 1:4:8 1:5:10 1:6:12 1:8:16 cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum 7.50 8.50 9.00 9.50 10.00 6.50 5.30 4.50 3.50 2.80 2.35 1.80
Lime (cum)

0.43 0.43 0.43 0.43 0.43 0.45 0.46 0.47 0.48 0.49 0.495 0.50
Surkhi (cum)

0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.90 0.91 0.94 0.96 0.98 0.99 1.00
Ballast (cum)

27.2

Lime concrete (i) 1:2:8 (Brick ballast 40mm gauge) 16:24:100 (Brick ballast 30mm gauge) 16:24:100 (Brick ballast 20mm gauge) 0.13 (76 Kg)

cum

0.26

1.00

(ii)

cum

0.16 (93.54 Kg)

0.24

1.00

(iii)

cum

0.16 (93.54 Kg)


Cement (Bags)

0.24
Sand (cum)

1.00
Bricks (Nos)

27.3

(a)

Brick work in cement sand mortar with bricks of size 22.86 cmx11.11cmx6.83c m :1:2 cum 3.45 Page 280 0.24 480 CSR - 2010

(i)

(ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi)

1:3 1:4 1:5 1:6 1:7

cum cum cum cum cum

2.40 1.75 1.45 1.20 1.00


Lime Qtl

0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25


Surkhi (cu m)

480 480 480 480 480


Bricks (Nos) Sand (cu m)

(b)

Brick work laid in lime surkhi mortar 1:2 with bricks of size 22.86cm x 11.11cm x 6.83cm 1:2 Brick work laid in lime, surkhi, sand mortar 1:1:1 with bricks of size 22.86cm x 11.11cm x 6.83cm cum 0.70 0.24 480 -

(i) (c)

cum

0.84
Cement (Bags)

0.12
Lime Qtl

480
Sand (cum)

0.12
Bricks (Nos)

(d)

Brick work laid in cement, lime, sand mortar with bricks of size 22.86cm x 11.11cm x 6.83cm 1:1:6 1:2:9 1:3:12 115mm thick brick wall laid in cement, lime, sand mortar 1:1:6 with bricks size of 22.86cm x 11.11cm x 6.83cm. 1:1:6 sqm 0.137
Cement (Bags)

(i) (ii) (iii) (e)

cum cum cum

1.20 0.80 0.61

0.29 0.39 0.44

0.25 0.25 0.25

480 480 480

(i)

0.032
Sand (cum)

0.0286
Tiles (Nos)

55

27.4

(a)

Brick work in cement sand mortar with tiles size 22.86 cm X 11.43cm x 3.81 cm 1:4 cum 2.85 Page 281 0.40 780 CSR - 2010

(i)

(ii) (iii)

1:5 1:6

cum cum

2.30 1.90
Cement (Bags)

0.40 0.40
Sand (cum)

780 780
Tiles (Nos)

(b)

Brick work in cement sand mortar with tiles size 30.48cm X 15.24cm x 5.08 cm :-

(i) (ii)

1:4 1:6

cum cum

1.75 1.20
Cement (Bags)

0.25 0.25
Sand (cum)

425 425
lime (cum) Bricks (Nos) Pucca Sundried

27.5

Gilafi masonry with jibi face (1:5 mortar) Brick work laid in mudmortar with jibi face (1:5 mortar)

cum

0.25

0.044

0.002

240

250

27.6

cum

0.32
Cement (Bags)

0.054
Sand (cum) Stone (cum)

480

27.7

Stone Masonry : (i) (ii) (iii) Fine ashlar 1:3 Fine ashlar 1:6 Rough-tooled ashlar 1:3 Rough-tooled ashlar 1:6 Block in course 1:4 Block in course 1:5 Block in course 1:6 Squared rubble masonry. 1:4 Squared rubble masonry. 1:5 Squared rubble masonry. 1:6 Random or polygonal rubble 1:6 cum 1.67 Page 282 0.35 1.10 CSR - 2010 cum cum 0.96 0.48 0.10 0.10 1.33 1.33

cum

1.72

0.18

1.25

(iv)

cum cum cum cum

0.86 1.72 1.38 1.15

0.18 0.24 0.24 0.24

1.25 1.20 1.20 1.20

(v) (vi) (vii) (viii)

cum

2.15

0.30

1.10

(ix)

cum

1.72

0.30

1.10

(x)

cum

1.44

0.30

1.10

(xi)

(xii)

Boulder masonry 1:6 cum 1.90 0.40 1.10

(xiii)

Random or polygonal rubble 1:7 cum 1.44 0.35 1.10

(xiv)

Random or polygonal rubble 1:8 cum 1.24


Cement (Bags)

0.35
Sand (cum)

1.10

27.8

(a)

Cement plaster 6mm thick :1:2 1:3 1:4 Cement plaster 10mm thick :1:2 1:3 1:4 Cement plaster 12.50mm thick :1:2 1:3 1:4 1:5 1:6 Cement plaster 20mm thick :1:2 1:3 1:4 1:5 1:6 Cement plaster 25mm thick :Page 283 CSR - 2010 sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm 0.30 0.24 0.18 0.14 0.117 0.021 0.024 0.024 0.024 0.024 sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm 0.20 0.16 0.12 0.094 0.078 0.014 0.016 0.016 0.016 0.016 sqm sqm sqm 0.15 0.12 0.09 0.01 0.012 0.012 sqm sqm sqm 0.10 0.08 0.06 0.008 0.008 0.008

(i) (ii) (iii) (b)

(i) (ii) (iii) (c)

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (d)

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (e)

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)

1:2 1:3 1:4 1:5 1:6

sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

0.40 0.32 0.24 0.188 0.156


Cement (Bags)

0.028 0.032 0.032 0.032 0.032


Sand (cum)

Lime (Kg)

27.9

(i)

Cement lime plaster 12.5mm thick 1:1:6 mortar. Cement lime plaster 25mm thick 1:1:6 mortar.

sqm

0.08

0.016

1.55

(ii)

sqm

0.16
lime (Kg)

0.032
Surkhi (cum)

3.10

27.10

(a)

Lime plaster 12.5mm thick 2 lime 3 surkhi.

sqm

4.95
Cement (Bags)

0.0128
Sand (cum) Bitumen (kg)

(b)(i)

12.5 mm thick cement plaster damp proof course 1:3 with two coats of bitumen laid hot and sanded.

sqm

0.16

0.016

1.65

(ii) 20mm thick cement plaster damp proof course 1:3 with two coats of bitumen laid hot and sanded. sqm 0.24
Good Earth (cum)

0.024
Old Bhusa (Kg)

1.65
Cow Dung

(c)(i)

Mud plaster 12.50mm thick with gobri leeping. (ii) Mud plaster 25mm thick with gobri leeping.

sqm

0.35

23

L.S.

sqm

0.70
Cement (Bags) Sand (cum)

45

L.S.

27.11

Flush or deep cement pointing on brick walls or brick on edge flooring :-

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1:2 1:3

sqm sqm

0.044 0.033

0.003 0.003

Flush cement pointing on flat brick flooring :-

(i) 27.13

1:2

sqm

0.035

0.0024

Flush cement pointing on underside of roof tiles :(30.48cm x 15.24cm x 5.08cm) 1:2 mortar

sqm

0.026
Lime (cum)

0.0018
Surkhi (cum)

27.14

Lime pointing 2:3 flush or weathered and struck.

sqm

0.0013 (0.90 kg)

0.0023

Cement (Bags)

Sand (cum)

27.15

Cement pointing 1:2 on stone walls :(i) (ii) (iii) Flush Raised On stone slab pavement sqm sqm 0.065 0.130 0.0046 0.009

sqm

0.022

0.0015

27.16

Cement rendering on plaster 1mm thick.

sqm

0.025

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Lime (kg)

27.17

White washing :(i) (ii) (iii) One coat Two coats Three coats sqm sqm sqm 0.15 0.25 0.35

27.18

Colour washing :(i) (ii) One coat Two coats sqm sqm 0.10 0.20
Cement (Bags) Sand (cum) Tiles (Nos) Aggregates (cum)

27.19

Second class mud roofing (i) When space between battens is filled with concrete blocks. When space between battens is filled with wooden pieces.

sqm

0.24

0.027

22

0.0026

(ii)

sqm

0.23

0.026

22

27.20

Tile terracing on roof (Tile size 22.86 cm x 11.43 cm x 3.81 cm)

sqm

0.035
Paints( ISI mark) (Litres)

0.0049

37

27.21

Painting :(i) Two coats of synthetic enamel paint on new wood or steel work. Two coats of ready, mixed paint on new wood or steel work. sqm (iii) Two coats of synthetic enamel paint on old wood or steel work. Two coats of ready, mixed paint on old wood or steel work. sqm 0.098 0.122

sqm

0.145

(ii)

sqm

0.118

(iv)

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One coat of synthetic enamel paint on old wood or steel work. One coat of ready mixed paint on old wood or steel work. Priming coat on wood work. Priming coat on new steel work.

sqm

0.065

(vi)

sqm

0.054

(vii)

sqm

0.061

(viii)

sqm

0.054
Red lead Genuine (Kg) Turpentine Linseed Oil Oil (Litre) (Litre)

(ix)

Priming coat consisting of red lead mixed with linseed oil and turpentine oil in equal proportion or with genuine red lead on steel work. Two coats on iron sheets with roofing red, ready mixed paint on new work to give an even shade.

sqm

0.085

0.0306

0.0306

(x)

sqm

0.093
Red lead Genuine (Kg)

Turpentine Linseed Oil Oil (Litre) (Litre)

(xi)

One coat on iron sheet with roofing red, ready mixed paint on old work to give an even shade. sqm 0.059 -

Paints( ISI mark) (Litres)

(xii)

Two coats on iron sheets with roofing white, grey or green ready mixed paint on new work to give an even shade. sqm 0.15 -

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(xiii)

One coat on iron sheets with roofing white, grey or green ready mixed paint on new work to give an even shade. sqm 0.0947 -

(xiv)

Two coats with aluminium paint on new work to give an even shade. One coat with aluminium paint on new work to give an even shade . Two coats with anticorrosive bitumastic paint on new work to give an even shade (with black enamel paint).

sqm

0.093

(xv)

sqm

0.0445

(xvi)

sqm (xvii) One coat with anticorrosive bitumastic paints on old work to give an even shade (with black enamel paint) sqm 27.22 Solignum or creosote paint :-

0.1086

0.0543

(i) (ii) 27.23

Two coats One coat

sqm sqm

0.069 0.039

Distempering (dry or oilbound) (i) Two coats on new work. One coat on old work. Two coats on old work.

sqm

0.171

(ii)

sqm

0.073

(iii)

sqm

0.146

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Timber (cum) Deodar Teak Kail

27.24

Door panelled, glazed or glazed and panelled (including chowkat) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (40mm) thick (35mm) thick (30mm) thick (25mm) thick sqm sqm sqm sqm 0.049 0.045 0.0418 --0.038 0.0360 0.0325 0.049 0.045 ---

27.25

Battened and braced doors (50mm) thick including chowkat. Battened and framed doors (including chowkat) :(i) (ii) (50mm) Thick (45mm) Thick

sqm

0.0565

--

--

27.26

-sqm sqm 0.060 0.057 ---

----

27.27

Wire gauge door shutters with out springs :(i) (ii) (iii) (35mm) thick (30mm) thick (25mm) thick sqm sqm sqm
Cement (bags)

0.0259 0.0224 --

-0.0214 0.0172
Sand (cum)

0.0259 0.0224 -Tiles (30.48cm x 15.24cm x 5.08cm.) (Nos)

27.28

Double layer tile lining (13.36 cm thick) Single layer tile lining Materials for curing-drains seepage drains, bed sleepers and rungs to be extra in case of item Nos 27.28 and 27.29.

sqm sqm

0.355 0.273

0.049 0.040

40 20

27.29
Note :-

Stone (cum)

G.I. Wire No. 6 S.W.G (4.75 mm)

27.30

Filling stone in wire-crates (hand packed)

cum

1.00

3.3kg per sqm of wire netting 15cm mesh.

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Note :-

For other gauge of G.I. wire No. 6 S.W.G (4.75mm) used in item No. 27.30 weight per sqm of netting (15cm) mesh will vary accordingly.

Stone (cum)

27.31

Stone pitching.

cum

1.00 Shingle or stone aggregate s (10mm) ring

27.32

Dry grouting dry stone pitching.

cum

0.20
Cement Mortar (cum)

27.33

Cement mortar dry brick pitching or flooring :(i) (ii) 7.5cm thick floor 11.50 cm thick floor sqm 0.029 sqm 0.019

Note :-

Quantities of cement for any mortar ratio may be worked out accordingly.
Cement (bags) Sand (cum) Shingle or Aggregate (cum)

27.34

Cement grouting stone ptiching :(i) (ii) 1:2:4 1:3:6 cum cum 1.45 0.96 0.10 0.10 0.20 0.20

Note :-

For grouting with cement mortar only use 0.36cum of sand per cum of the contents and work out the quantity of cement according to the mix used.
Cement (bags) Sand (cum) 15 percent Total Sand extra sand (cum) for wastage (cum)

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27.35

Cement Sand mortar :(i) (ii) (iii) 1:2 1:3 1:4 cum cum cum 13.63 9.60 6.89
Cement (bags)

0.96 1.00 1.00


Sand (cum)

0.14 0.15 0.15

1.10 1.15 1.15

15 percent Total Sand extra sand (cum) for wastage (cum)

(iv) (v)

1:5 1:6

cum cum

5.75 4.80
No. of bricks of size 22.86cm x 11.11cm x 6.83cm (Nos)

1.00 1.00
Cement in bags of 50 Kg (Bags)

0.15 0.15
Sand (cum)

1.15 1.15
Lime (quintal) Surkhi (cum)

27.36

Flat brick paving laid dry over 25mm thick mud mortar grouted with sand. Dry brick on edge paving sand grouted over 50mm thick earth and mud plaster.

10 sqm

364

--

0.075

--

--

27.37

10 sqm 27.38 First class dry flat brick flooring templates over rammed and dressed foundations and to correct longitudinal and cross slopes. First class dry brick on edge flooring as described in item no. 27.38 First class flat brick paving or flooring laid over and in lime mortar/in cement sand mortar 1:5 or 1:6 etc. (i) (ii) In & on lime mortar In & on cement sand mortar 1:6 In & on cement sand mortar 1:5 10 sqm

575

--

0.15

--

--

10 sqm

364

--

0.075

--

--

27.39

10 sqm

575

--

0.15

--

--

27.40

383

--

--

0.74

0.125

10 sqm

383

0.599

0.144

--

--

(iii)

10 sqm

383

0.718

0.144

--

--

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(iv)

In & on cement sand mortar 1:4

10 sqm

383

0.860

0.144

--

--

27.41

First class brick on edge paving or flooring laid over and in lime mortar/in cement sand mortar 1:4, 1:5 or 1:6 etc. (i) In & on lime mortar 10 sqm 617
No. of bricks of size 22.86cm x 11.11cm x 6.83cm (Nos)

-Cement in bags of 50 Kg (Bags) Sand (cum)

--

0.87
Lime (quintal)

0.149
Surkhi (cum)

(ii)

In & on cement sand mortar 1:6 In & on cement sand mortar 1:5 In & on cement sand mortar 1:4

10 sqm

617

0.714

0.171

--

--

(iii)

10 sqm

617

0.856

0.171

--

--

(iv)

10 sqm

617
No. of bricks of size 22.86cm x 11.11cm x 6.83cm (Nos)

1.025
Cement in bags of 50 Kg (Bags)

0.171
Sand (cum)

--

--

27.42

Dry brick on edge paving sand grouted over 50mm thick rammed brick aggregate 40mm gauge. Flat brick or tile flooring laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 on 100mm thick cement concrete 1:8:16 and 100mm sand filling and cement pointing 1:2 on top. Brick on edge flooring laid in cement sand mortar 1:4 in 75mm thick cement concrete 1:8:16 and cement pointing 1:2 on top.

10 sqm

575

--

0.15

27.43

10 sqm

383

3.01

0.668

27.44

10 sqm

617

2.725

1.570

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27.45

Flat brick or tile flooring laid dry over bed of 6mm thick cement sand mortar 1:6 grouted with cement sand mortar 1:4 and top surface to be cleaned with wire brushes. Laying flat brick soling in road work. Laying brick on edge soling in road work.

10 sqm

383

0.70

0.13

27.46

10 sqm

383

--

--

27.47

10 sqm

617

--

--

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CHAPTER NO. 28 WATER SUPPLY


Notes:(i) (For labour rate items only) The rates for stringingout cast iron,A.C., P.V.C. and H.D.P.E. pipes and their specials etc. provided under this chapter which are in the wider sense labour rates in case of which the material is generally issued to the contractors free of cost from the stores of the Engineerin-Charge or the nearest railway station, include the carriage of material within a redius of 5km of the site of works. (ii) The rates for excavation are applicable for excavation both manually as well as by mechanical means. The rates taken in the CSR are for above 80mm i/d water supply lines where department shall furnish excise duty certificate to the contractor. In case of works other than water supply, where these pipes are used and department does not furnish any excise duty exemption certificate, applicable excise duty will be paid extra. Description. Unit Plains Labour Rate
2 3 4

(iii)

Sr. No.
1

Through Rate
5

Sub-mountainous region Labour Through Rate


6

Rate
7

28.1 Excavation for pipe lines in trenches and pits including trimming and dressing sides levelling of beds of trenches to correct grade, cutting joint holes, refilling consolidation and watering of refill in 15cm layers and restoration of unmettaled or unpaved surface to its original condition including the cost of necessary shoring, timbering, dewatering of rain water, diversion for traffic, night signals, providing & fixing caution boards, crossing over trenches for access to the houses, watching, fencing, etc. and removal of surplus spoll out side/inside the town involving lead upto one kilometer.

(a)

Earth work upto 1.5 m Depth for i All classes of soil except rocky. cum ii For ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. For Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work. cum 240.40 264.44 177.10 194.81

cum

208.75

229.63

iii

(b)

Exceeding 1.5 m depth exceeding 2.25 m depth for i

but

not

All classes of soil except rocky. cum Page 294 180.29 198.32 CSR - 2010

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Description.

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-mountainous region Labour Through Rate


6

Rate
7

ii

For ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. For Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work.

cum

218.62

240.48

iii

cum (c) Exceeding 2.25 m depth upto 3.00 m depth for i All classes of soil except rocky. cum ii For ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. For Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work. cum (d) Exceeding 2.25 m depth upto 3.00 m depth for i All classes of soil except rocky. cum ii For ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. For Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work. cum (e) Exceeding 4.5 m depth upto 6.0 m depth for i All classes of soil except rocky. cum ii For ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. For Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work. cum (f) Exceeding 6.0m depth upto7.5 m depth for i All classes of soil except rocky. cum Page 295

264.44

290.88

187.78

206.56

cum

226.11

248.72

iii

279.43

307.37

197.61

217.37

cum

235.94

259.53

iii

296.75

326.43

207.43

228.17

cum

245.14

269.65

iii

314.07

345.48

217.25

238.98 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.
1

Description.

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-mountainous region Labour Through Rate


6

Rate
7

ii

For ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. For Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work.

cum

255.58

281.14

iii

cum 28.2 Excavation for Pipe lines in trenches and Pits upto 1.5m Depth including trimming and dressing sides, levelling of beds of trenches to correct grade, cutting joint holes, refilling, consolidation and watering of refill in 15cm layers and Restoration of unmatalled or unpaved surface to its original condition, excluding cost of shoring timbering but including the cost of dewatering of rain water, diversion for traffic, night signals, providing & fixing caution boards, crossing over trenches for access to the houses, watching, fencing, etc., and removal of surplus soil out side/ inside the town involving lead upto one km.

331.38

364.52

(a) (b)

In classes of soil except rocky. In ordinary gravel-soil involving pick work. In Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work.

cum

98.10

107.91

cum

129.75

142.73

(c)

cum

161.40

177.54

28.3 Excavation for pipe lines in trenches and pits in open areas whrere disposal of surplus earth is done along the alignment including trimming and dressing sides, levelling of beds of trenches to correct grade, cutting joint holes, consolidation and watering of refill in refilling 15cm layers and restoration of unmetalled or unpaved surface to its original condition. The rate includes the cost of necessary timbering dewatering of rain water diversion for traffice night signals, providing & fixing caution boards, watching fencing etc.

(a)

Upto 1.5m depth

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Sr. No.
1

Description.

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-mountainous region Labour Through Rate


6

Rate
7

(i)

All classes of soil except rocky. cum 157.11 172.82

(ii)

In ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. In Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work.

cum

188.46

207.31

(iii)

cum (b) Exceeding 1.5m depth upto2.25 m depth for (i) All classes of soil except rocky. cum (ii) In ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. In Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work. cum (c) Exceeding 2.25m depth upto3.0 m depth for (i) All classes of soil except rocky. cum (ii) In ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. In Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work. cum (d) Exceeding 3.0m depth upto 4.50 m depth for (i) All classes of soil except rocky. cum (ii) In ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. In Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work.

219.80

241.78

160.86

176.95

cum

199.19

219.11

(iii)

245.01

269.51

168.35

185.19

cum

206.68

227.35

(iii)

260.00

286.00

178.18

196.00

cum

216.51

238.16

(iii)

cum

277.32

305.05

(e)

Exceeding 4.50 m depth upto 6.0 m depth for

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Sr. No.
1

Description.

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-mountainous region Labour Through Rate


6

Rate
7

(i)

All classes of soil except rocky. cum 188.00 206.80

(ii)

In ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. In Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work.

cum

226.33

248.96

(iii)

cum (f) Exceeding 6.0 m depth upto 7.50 m depth for (i) All classes of soil except rocky. cum (ii) In ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. In Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work. cum 28.4 Excavation for Pipe Lines in trenches and pits upto 1.5m Depth in open area where disposal of surplus earth is done alongwith alignment, including trimming and drsessing sides, levelling of beds of trenches to correct grade, cutting joint holes, refilling; consolidation and watering of refill in 15cm layers and Restoration of unmetalled or unpaved surface to its original condition excluding cost of shoring and timbering but including the cost of dewatering of rain water, diversion for traffic, night signals, providing & fixing caution boards, watching, fencing etc. (a) In all classes of soil except rocky. cum (b) In ordinary gravel-soil involving pick work. In Semi Conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick jumper work. cum

294.63

324.09

197.82

217.60

cum

236.15

259.77

(iii)

311.95

343.15

78.11

85.92

cum

109.46

120.41

(c)

140.80

154.88

28.5 Extra for disposal of surplus soil on Item No. 28.1 and 28.2 beyond one km.

Rate for this item will be given as per Chapter 5 of Carriage. CSR - 2010

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Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-mountainous region Labour Through Rate


6

Rate
7

28.6 Extra for cutting Through Cement Concrete Roads and their foundations including sorting and stacking the soling at the site of work as ordered by the Engineer-in-charge.

Rate for this item will be given as per Chapter 8 of dismantling.

28.7 Extra for cutting through metalled Roads and their foundation including sorting screening and stacking the soling stone and road metal at the site of work as ordered by the Engineer-in-charge. Rate for this item will be given as per Chapter 24 of road work. 28.8 (a) Consolidation of road cuts with hammers, hand rollers and laying of flat brick soling/pavement (at formation level) complete so as to allow unobstructed traffic (with dismantled material at site). sqm (b) Recondition road cuts with hammers, hand rollers and laying of stone metal / bajri in soling / base coarse confirming to WBM specifications (at formation level) complete so as to allow unobstructed traffic (with dismantled material at site). 4.75 5.23

cum 28.9 Providing, Stringing out, cutting, Jointing and testing of ISI Marked C.I. Pipes A Class-LA per IS:1536 and laying the same in trenches to correct alignment and gradients,jointed with rubber tyton joints fitted complete including all cartage. (a) 80mm i/d pipe line laid complete. m (b) 100mm i/d complete. 125mm i/d complete. pipe line laid m pipe line laid m

196.08

215.69

62.16

1022.66

68.38

1028.88

80.79

1293.74

88.87

1301.82

(c)

Deleted as this size is not in use nowadays

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Sr. No.
1

Description.

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-mountainous region Labour Through Rate


6

Rate
7

(d)

150mm i/d complete. 200mm i/d complete. 250mm i/d complete. 300mm i/d complete. 350mm i/d complete. 400mm i/d complete. 450mm i/d complete. 500mm i/d complete. 600mm i/d complete.

pipe

line

laid m 108.78 1931.27 119.66 1942.15

(e)

pipe

line

laid m 148.90 3085.83 163.79 3100.72

(f)

pipe

line

laid m 190.18 4056.82 209.20 4075.84

(g)

pipe

line

laid m 291.17 5401.54 320.29 5430.66

(h)

pipe

line

laid m 343.66 7069.64 378.03 7104.01

(i)

pipe

line

laid m 397.95 8402.14 437.75 8441.94

(j)

pipe

line

laid m 493.81 9975.69 543.19 10025.07

(k) (l)

pipe pipe

line line

laid m laid m 739.19 15955.77 813.11 16029.69 577.56 11996.46 635.32 12054.22

Note In case ISI marked CI pipe class-A as per IS 7181 is used, the through rate will be increased by (i) 10% in item no 28.9-A (ii) In case ISI marked CI pipe class-B as per IS 7181 is used, the through rate will be increased by 20% in item no 28.9-A 28.9 Providing, Stringing out, cutting, Jointing B and testing of ISI marked D.I. Pipe as per IS 8329 and laying the same in trenches to correct alignment and gradients,jointed with rubber tyton joints fitted complete including all cartage. A D.I. Pipe as per IS 8329 DI-K7 (a) 80mm i/d pipe line laid complete. m (b) 100mm i/d complete. 125mm i/d complete. pipe line laid m pipe line laid m (d) 150mm i/d complete. pipe line laid m 108.78 1423.07 119.66 1433.95 Deleted as this size is not in use nowadays 80.79 997.06 88.87 1005.14 62.16 959.75 68.38 965.97

(c)

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Description.

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-mountainous region Labour Through Rate


6

Rate
7

(e)

200mm i/d complete. 250mm i/d complete. 300mm i/d complete. 350mm i/d complete. 400mm i/d complete. 450mm i/d complete. 500mm i/d complete. 600mm i/d complete.

pipe

line

laid m 148.90 1767.83 163.79 1782.72

(f)

pipe

line

laid m 190.18 2278.33 209.20 2297.35

(g)

pipe

line

laid m 291.17 2934.92 320.29 2964.04

(h)

pipe

line

laid m 343.66 3673.73 378.03 3708.10

(i)

pipe

line

laid m 397.95 4357.15 437.75 4396.95

(j)

pipe

line

laid m 493.81 5190.69 543.19 5240.07

(k)

pipe

line

laid m 577.56 6082.15 635.32 6139.91

(l)

pipe

line

laid m 739.19 7987.61 813.11 8061.53

D.I. Pipe as per IS 8329 DI-K9 (a) 80mm i/d pipe line laid complete. m (b) 100mm i/d complete. 125mm i/d complete. 150mm i/d complete. 200mm i/d complete. 250mm i/d complete. 300mm i/d complete. 350mm i/d complete. 400mm i/d complete. 450mm i/d complete. pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m Page 301 493.81 6040.42 543.19 6089.80 CSR - 2010 397.95 5088.99 437.75 5128.79 343.66 4215.32 378.03 4249.69 291.17 3393.63 320.29 3422.75 190.18 2649.51 209.20 2668.53 148.90 1979.10 163.79 1993.99 108.78 1571.30 119.66 1582.18 Deleted as this size is not in use nowadays 80.79 1112.61 88.87 1120.69 62.16 1072.97 68.38 1079.19

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

(i)

(j)

Sr. No.
1

Description.

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-mountainous region Labour Through Rate


6

Rate
7

(k)

500mm i/d complete. 600mm i/d complete.

pipe

line

laid m 577.56 7134.98 635.32 7192.74

(l)

pipe

line

laid m 739.19 9161.83 813.11 9235.75

28.10 Extra for fixing of double flanged pipes in vertical position for over head reservoir & stand pipes, scaffolding, derricks, Jim poles, tools and plants, ropes, guys, etc. Complete as desired by Engineer-inCharge. (a) 80mm i/d pipe line laid complete. m (b) 100mm i/d complete. pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m pipe line laid m 348.16 382.98 299.13 329.04 246.92 271.61 202.67 222.94 188.15 206.97 144.79 159.27 106.38 117.02 73.63 80.99 58.59 64.45 44.96 49.46 35.05 38.55

(c)

125mm i/d complete. 150mm i/d complete. 200mm i/d complete. 250mm i/d complete.

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

300mm i/d complete. 350mm i/d complete. 400mm i/d complete. 450mm i/d complete. 500mm i/d complete.

(h)

(i)

(j)

(k)

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1

Description.

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-mountainous region Labour Through Rate


6

Rate
7

(l)

600mm i/d complete.

pipe

line

laid m 467.10 513.81

28.11 Providing, Stringing out, cutting Jointing & testing A.C. Pipes ISI marked as per IS 1592-2003 class-15 with suitable A C coupling or CI D-joints along the trenches and laying the same into Trenches to correct alignment and gradients, including all carriage complete. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 80mm i/d pipe 100mm i/d pipe 150mm i/d pipe 200mm i/d pipe 250mm i/d pipe m m m m m 16.95 21.64 30.02 44.68 59.34 100.19 129.78 242.80 436.38 810.31 18.65 23.80 33.02 49.15 65.27 101.89 131.94 245.80 440.85 816.24

28.12 Providing, Stringing out P.V.C. Pipes as per ISI-4985 casting along the Trenches and laying the same in Trenches to correct alignment and gradients, cutting, jointing and testing including cost of specials complete as per specifications.

i ii iii iv v vi vii viii ix x xi

63mm o/d pipe of 10 Kgf. / sqcm m 75mm o/d pipe of 10 Kgf. / sqcm m 90mm o/d pipe of 10 Kgf. / sqcm m 110mm o/d pipe of 10 Kgf. / sqcm 160mm o/d pipe of 10 Kgf. / sqcm 200mm o/d pipe of 10 Kgf. / sqcm 250mm o/d pipe of 10 Kgf. / sqcm 63mm o/d pipe of 8 Kgf. / sqcm 75mm o/d pipe of 8 Kgf. / sqcm 90mm o/d pipe of 8 Kgf. / sqcm 110mm o/d pipe of 8 Kgf. / sqcm m 9.84 254.96 10.82 255.94 m m m m m m m 7.85 9.84 13.11 18.65 206.11 299.41 618.69 1280.27 8.64 10.82 14.42 20.52 206.90 300.39 620.00 1282.14 6.56 143.54 7.22 144.20 5.44 102.77 5.98 103.31

23.46 2114.15 25.81 2116.50 Deleted As Rates for this size are not available Deleted As Rates for this size are not available Deleted As Rates for this size are not available

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1

Description.

Unit

Plains Labour Rate Through Rate


5

Sub-mountainous region Labour Through Rate


6

Rate
7

xii xiii xiv xv xvi xvii

160mm o/d pipe of 8 Kgf. / sqcm m 200mm o/d pipe of 8 Kgf. / sqcm m 250mm o/d pipe of 8 Kgf. / sqcm m 63mm o/d pipe of 6 Kgf. / sqcm m 75mm o/d pipe of 6 Kgf. / sqcm m 90mm o/d pipe of 6 Kgf. / sqcm m 7.85 9.84 13.11 18.65 23.46 5.44 6.56 7.85 9.84 13.11 18.65 23.46 7.85 9.84 13.11 18.65 23.46 135.21 193.68 404.81 769.62 1237.02 49.90 69.04 95.56 136.00 283.46 530.51 846.52 63.12 91.55 184.93 352.68 566.56 8.64 10.82 14.42 20.52 25.81 5.98 7.22 8.64 10.82 14.42 20.52 25.81 8.64 10.82 14.42 20.52 25.81 136.00 194.66 406.12 771.49 1239.37 50.44 69.70 96.35 136.98 284.77 532.38 848.87 63.91 92.53 186.24 354.55 568.91 6.56 95.47 7.22 96.13 5.44 70.32 5.98 70.86 23.46 1714.04 25.81 1716.39 18.65 1057.99 20.52 1059.86 13.11 529.78 14.42 531.09

xviii 110mm o/d pipe of 6 Kgf. / sqcm m xix xx xxi xxii 160mm o/d pipe of 6 Kgf. / sqcm m 200mm o/d pipe of 6 Kgf. / sqcm m 250mm o/d pipe of 6 Kgf. / sqcm m 63mm o/d pipe of 4 Kgf. / sqcm m xxiii 75mm o/d pipe of 4 Kgf. / sqcm m xxiv 90mm o/d pipe of 4 Kgf. / sqcm m xxv 110mm o/d pipe of 4 Kgf. / sqcm m xxvi 160mm o/d pipe of 4 Kgf. / sqcm m xxvii 200mm o/d pipe of 4 Kgf. / sqcm m xxviii 250mm o/d pipe of 4 Kgf. / sqcm m xxix 90mm o/d pipe of 2.50 Kgf. / sqcm xxx 110mm o/d pipe of 2.50 Kgf. / sqcm xxxi 160mm o/d pipe of 2.50 Kgf. / sqcm xxxii 200mm o/d pipe of 2.50 Kgf. / sqcm xxxiii 250mm o/d pipe of 2.50 Kgf. / sqcm 28.13 Providing, Stringing out H.D.P.E. Pipes as per ISI - 4984 casting along the Trenches and laying the same in Trenches to correct alignment and gradients, cutting, jointing and testing including cost of specials complete as per specifications. Page 304 CSR - 2010 m m m m m

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90mm o/d pipe of 6 kg PE-63 110mm o/d pipe of 6 kg PE-63 90mm o/d pipe of 4 kg PE-63 110mm o/d pipe of 4 kg PE-63

m m m m

12.45 15.77 12.45 15.77

449.81 664.61 321.25 477.16

13.70 17.35 13.70 17.35

451.06 666.19 322.50 478.74

28.14 Providing, Stringing out, cutting, Jointing and testing of Quick Coupling pipe IS 11722/86 and laying the same in trenches to correct alignment and gradients, jointed with coupler fitted including cost of specials and all cartage complete. Quick Coupling Jointing 11722/86 a 50.80mm o/d pipe complete b 63.50mm o/d pipe complete c 76.20mm o/d pipe complete d 101.60mm o/d pipe complete e 127.00mm o/d pipe complete f 152.40mm o/d pipe complete g 203.40mm o/d pipe complete h 254.00mm o/d pipe complete i 304.80mm o/d pipe complete pipe IS

lines laid m lines laid m lines laid m lines laid m lines laid m lines laid m lines laid m lines laid m lines laid m 25.75 3829.18 28.33 3831.76 19.49 2856.26 21.44 2858.21 14.67 1796.80 16.14 1798.27 10.56 1000.06 11.62 1001.12 7.77 966.29 8.55 967.07 8.24 656.91 9.06 657.73 7.07 498.92 7.78 499.63 6.85 449.69 7.54 450.38 6.68 345.87 7.35 346.54

28.15 Supplying, fixing and jointing PVC specials complete as desired by Engineer-in-Charge ( for pipe lines laid inside habitation only)

5% Extra will be taken for the respective i/d of pipe in item no 28.12.

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28.16 CONCEALED IN WALL:Providing & fixing CPVC (Chlorinate Polyvinyl Chloride) FlowGuard CTS SDR 11 pipes conforming to IS 15778 , for Hot & Cold Water Supply including jointing of all FlowGuard Plain & brass threaded fittings with FlowGuard Solvent Cement , testing of joints, also cutting chases and making good the same including testing of joints complete as per direction of Engineer in Charge. (Chases rates as per CSR item No 30.85 to be added) a b c d e f SDR -11 Pipe, 16mm SDR -11 Pipe,20mm SDR -11 Pipe, 25mm SDR -11 Pipe,32mm SDR -11 Pipe,40mm SDR -11 Pipe,50mm o/d o/d o/d o/d o/d o/d m m m m m m 38.91 38.91 38.91 38.91 38.91 38.91 141.04 163.07 203.12 277.22 385.36 601.64 42.80 42.80 42.80 42.80 42.80 42.80 144.93 166.96 207.01 281.11 389.25 605.53

28.17 INTERNAL / EXPOSED:Providing & fixing CPVC (Chlorinate Polyvinyl Chloride) FlowGuard CTS SDR 11 pipes conforming to IS 15778 & SDR 11 fittings upto 50mm, & Schd 40 pipes as ASTM F 441 & CPVC Schd 80 fittings above 50 mm for Hot & Cold Water Supply including jointing of all FlowGuard Plain & brass threaded fittings with FlowGuard Solvent Cement testing of joints on walls, terrrace, ducts, shafts, ringline on terrace with all plugs, clamps complete as per direction of Engineer in Charge. a b c d e f g h I j SDR -11 Pipe, 16mm o/d SDR -11 Pipe, 20mm o/d SDR -11 Pipe, 25mm o/d SDR -11 Pipe, 32mm o/d SDR -11 Pipe, 40mm o/d SDR -11 Pipe, 50mm o/d Schd 40 pipe, 62.5mm i/d Schd 40pipe, 75mm i/d Schd 40 pipe , 100mm i/d Schd 40 pipe , 150mm i/d m m m m m m m m m m 38.91 38.91 38.91 38.91 38.91 38.91 49.98 49.98 49.98 49.98 111.86 127.60 156.20 209.13 286.37 440.86 1065.57 1370.25 1926.68 3939.27 42.80 42.80 42.80 42.80 42.80 42.80 54.98 54.98 54.98 54.98 115.74 131.50 160.09 213.02 290.26 444.75 1070.57 1375.25 1931.68 3944.27

28.18 Providing, Stringing out, cutting, Jointing and testing of C.I. Double Flanged pipes with casted flanged as per IS:7181, Class-B and laying the same in trenches to correct alignment and gradients,jointed with nut bolts and rubber insertion fitted complete including all cartage. Page 306 CSR - 2010

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80mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 100mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 125mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 150mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 200mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 250mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 300mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 350mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 400mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 450mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 500mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 600mm i/d pipe lines laid complete

m m m m m m m m m m m m

264.82 339.62 408.81 492.63 665.45 879.43 1094.23 1271.17 1447.13 1883.48 2181.14 2710.61

1722.81 2173.20 2806.38 3358.14 4784.53 6454.04 8280.76 10611.45 12838.94 16332.89 19087.22 26017.58

291.30 373.58 449.69 541.89 732.00 967.37 1203.65 1398.29 1591.84 2071.83 2399.25 2981.67

1749.29 2207.16 2847.26 3407.40 4851.08 6541.98 8390.18 10738.57 12983.65 16521.24 19305.33 26288.64

28.19 Providing, Stringing out, cutting, Jointing and testing of C.I. Double Flanged pipes with screwed flanged as per IS:1536, class-LA and laying the same in trenches to correct alignment and gradients,jointed with nut bolts and rubber insertion fitted complete including all cartage. a b c d e f g h 80mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 100mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 125mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 150mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 200mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 250mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 300mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 350mm i/d pipe lines laid complete m m m m m m m m 264.82 337.85 408.81 492.63 665.45 879.43 1094.23 1271.17 1493.77 1779.84 2295.34 2806.46 4022.28 5369.16 6860.95 8703.98 291.30 371.64 449.69 541.89 732.00 967.37 1203.65 1398.29 1520.25 1813.63 2336.22 2855.72 4088.83 5457.10 6970.37 8831.10

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400mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 450mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 500mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 600mm i/d pipe lines laid complete

m m m m

1447.13 1883.48 2181.14 2710.61

10681.51 13269.13 15631.88 20697.87

1591.84 2071.83 2399.25 2981.67

10826.22 13457.48 15849.99 20968.93

28.20 Providing, Stringing out, cutting, Jointing and testing of D.I. Double Flanged pipes with screwed flanged as per IS:83292000, Class-K9 and laying the same in trenches to correct alignment and gradients,jointed with nut bolts and rubber insertion joints fitted complete including all cartage. a b c d e f g h i j k l 80mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 100mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 125mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 150mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 200mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 250mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 300mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 350mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 400mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 450mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 500mm i/d pipe lines laid complete 600mm i/d pipe lines laid complete m m m m m m m m m m m m 264.82 339.62 408.81 492.63 665.45 879.43 1094.23 1271.17 1447.13 1883.48 2181.14 2710.61 1800.40 1957.70 2556.49 2893.89 3764.92 5077.32 6496.45 8052.57 9620.03 11633.81 12702.43 13233.07 291.30 373.58 449.69 541.89 732.00 967.37 1203.65 1398.29 1591.84 2071.83 2399.25 2981.67 1826.88 1991.66 2597.37 2943.15 3831.47 5165.26 6605.87 8179.69 9764.74 11822.16 12920.54 13504.13

28.21 Supplying and laying C.I. specials complete as desired by Engineer-inCharge conforming to ISI specifications

a b

C.I. specials upto 300mm i/d C.I. specials above 300mm i/d

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53.06 65.14

2.60 2.60

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28.22 Supplying and laying D.I. specials/fittings as per IS:9527-2000, class K-12 suitable for tyten joint with external bitumen coating and inside cement mortar lining, scaffolding, derricks, Jim poles, tools and plants, ropes, guys, etc. Complete. a b D.I. specials upto 300mm i/d D.I. specials above 300mm i/d kg kg 2.36 2.36 104.99 171.37 2.60 2.60 105.23 171.61

28.23 Providing & fixing CPVC (Chlorinate Polyvinyl Chloride) FlowGuard CTS SDR 11 pipes conforming to IS 15778 & SDR 11 fittings upto 50mm, & Schd 40 pipes as ASTM F 441 & CPVC Schd 80 fittings above 50 mm for Hot & cold water supply including laying in ring lines, trenching, refilling (as per PWD specifications) & testing of joints all complete as per manufacturers specifications and approved practices a b c d e f g h I j SDR -11 Pipe, 16mm o/d SDR -11 Pipe, 20mm o/d SDR -11 Pipe, 25mm o/d SDR -11 Pipe, 32mm o/d SDR -11 Pipe, 40mm o/d SDR -11 Pipe, 50mm o/d Schd 40 pipe, 62.5mm i/d Schd 40pipe, 75mm i/d Schd 40 pipe , 100mm i/d Schd 40 pipe , 150mm i/d m m m m m m m m m m 31.61 31.61 31.61 31.61 31.61 31.61 40.86 40.86 40.86 40.86 107.48 123.84 154.49 208.64 288.97 449.18 1097.08 1413.94 1992.63 4085.72 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77 44.94 44.94 44.94 44.94 110.64 127.00 156.76 211.80 292.13 452.79 1101.16 1418.02 1996.71 4089.80

28.24 Providing & fixing sluice valves ISI marked 14846-2000, socketted or flanged, jointing with tyton joints including all carriage complete. A Class PN-1 as per ISI a b c d e f g 80mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 100mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 125mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 150mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 200mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 250mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 300mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged each each each each each each each Page 309 159.54 184.98 2324.61 3028.64 175.49 203.48 2340.56 3047.14

Deleted as this size is not in use nowadays 240.34 298.48 378.39 540.92 4703.23 7685.13 11981.90 14581.85 264.37 328.33 416.23 595.01 4727.26 7714.98 12019.74 14635.94 CSR - 2010

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350mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 400mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 450mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 500mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 600mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged

each each each each each

540.92 644.16 669.77

21396.33 37134.56 65934.34

595.01 708.58 736.75

21450.42 37198.98 66001.32

690.95 117787.95 856.19 136287.65

760.05 117857.05 941.81 136373.27

Special quality make such as kirlosker or equivalent as approved by Engineer-in-Charge. a b c d e f g h i j k l 80mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 100mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 125mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 150mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 200mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 250mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 300mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 350mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 400mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 450mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 500mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged 600mm i/d Sluice Valves Socketted or Flanged

each each each each each each each each each each each each

159.54 184.98 201.91 240.34 298.48 378.39 540.92 540.92

7965.02 11978.45 16524.63 19606.98 32676.15 41486.16 59262.21 90740.44

175.49 203.48 222.10 264.37 328.33 416.23 595.01 595.01

7980.97 11996.95 16544.82 19631.01 32706.00 41524.00 59316.30 90794.53

644.16 107891.91 669.77 141651.23 690.95 191038.80 856.19 259412.98

708.58 107956.33 736.75 141718.21 760.05 191107.90 941.81 259498.60

28.25 Providing & fixing Fire Hydrants jointing with flanged joint including all carriages complete.(without Fire Hydrant surface box) a Fire Hydrants SV type as per IS909 b Fire Hydrants Ordinary type as per IS

each each

123.41 123.41

6537.38 4271.61

135.75 135.75

6549.72 4283.95

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28.26 Providing & fixing Single air valve as per IS-14845 jointing with tyten joint including all carriages complete.

each

430.53

4578.73

473.58

4621.78

28.27 Providing & fixing double air valve jointing with tyten joint including all carriages complete. 28.28 Extra for fixing Non-return valves in pipe lines jointing with tyten joint including all carriages complete. A Class PN-1.6 as per ISI with rubber seat a b c d e f g h i j k B 80mm i/d Non-return valve 100mm i/d Non-return valve 125mm i/d Non-return valve 150mm i/d Non-return valve 200mm i/d Non-return valve 250mm i/d Non-return valve 300mm i/d Non-return valve 350mm i/d Non-return valve 400mm i/d Non-return valve 450mm i/d Non-return valve 500mm i/d Non-return valve

each

170.56

4387.42

187.62

4404.48

each each each each each each each each each each each

159.54 184.98 201.91 240.34 298.48 378.39 540.92 540.92 644.16 669.77

2373.82 3021.77 4237.96 4982.44 7972.36 13264.69 15798.27 41291.66 59802.59 83748.13

175.49 203.48 222.10 264.37 328.33 416.23 595.01 595.01 708.58 736.75

2389.77 3040.27 4258.15 5006.47 8002.21 13302.53 15852.36 41345.75 59867.01 83815.11

690.95 111373.98

760.05 111443.08

Class PN-1.6 as per ISI with gun metal seat a 80mm i/d Non-return valve b c d e f 100mm i/d Non-return valve 125mm i/d Non-return valve 150mm i/d Non-return valve 200mm i/d Non-return valve 250mm i/d Non-return valve

each each each each each each

159.54 184.98 201.91 240.34 298.48 378.39

4021.65 4974.00 6713.15 7907.35 14848.64 21971.90

175.49 203.48 222.10 264.37 328.33 416.23

4037.60 4992.50 6733.34 7931.38 14878.49 22009.74

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300mm i/d Non-return valve 350mm i/d Non-return valve 400mm i/d Non-return valve 450mm i/d Non-return valve 500mm i/d Non-return valve

each each each each each

540.92 540.92 644.16 669.77

28840.20 52888.30 61013.29 75348.75

595.01 595.01 708.58 736.75

28894.29 52942.39 61077.71 75415.73

690.95 109711.27

760.05 109780.37

28.29 Providing, fixing and jointing Cast Iron surface box for Sluice valve, Air valve, Fire hydrant etc. including all carriages complete. 28.30 Boring with 100 mm diametre casing pipe for hand pump/ tube well in all soils except ordinary hard rocks requiring blasting including removing the casing pipe after the hand pipe/tube well is lowered and tested. a b c Upto 6 ms depth. Beyond 6 ms and upto 12 ms depth. Beyond 12 ms and upto 18 ms depth.

kg

2.35

53.85

2.59

54.09

m m m

199.02 237.18 277.08

218.92 260.90 304.79

28.31 Providing and placing in position filters of 40 mm diametre G.I. pipe with brass strainer of approved quality. 28.32 Providing and fixing to filter and lowering to proper levels 40 mm G.I. pipe for tube well including cleaning and priming the tube well. 28.33 Providing ferrule, drilling and tapping cast iron pipe lines of all diametres and screwing in Ferrule and connections complete in all respect. a b c d e 10mm i/d Ferrule medium 15mm i/d Ferrule medium 15mm i/d Ferrule heavy duty 20mm i/d Ferrule heavy duty 25mm i/d Ferrule heavy duty

55.59

398.89

61.15

404.45

24.93

251.93

27.42

254.42

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64.02 73.30 73.30 151.84 205.68

270.00 302.17 359.38 552.36 1063.93

70.42 80.63 80.63 167.02 226.25

276.40 309.50 366.71 567.54 1084.50 CSR - 2010

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28.34 Providing and laying, jointing fixing and testing G.I. Pipe lines B-Class including cost of specials such as tees, bends, sockets, elbows etc. testing, cutting, threading Inside building complete.

a b c d e f

15mm i/d 20mm i/d 25mm i/d 32mm i/d 40mm i/d 50mm i/d

m m m m m m

45.14 50.75 60.62 69.69 71.82 85.38

151.56 186.93 253.33 311.49 352.30 449.16

49.65 55.83 66.68 76.66 79.00 93.92

156.07 192.01 259.39 318.46 359.48 457.70

28.35 Providing, laying, jointing, fixing and testing H.D.P.E. / PVC Pipe lines, with G.I. specials such as tees, bends, sockets, elbows etc. testing inside building complete. A H.D.P.E. / PVC pipe 10 Kgf/m a b c d 20mm i/d 25mm i/d 32mm i/d 40mm i/d m m m m m m m m m m 31.93 39.33 46.14 47.74 57.91 46.14 47.74 57.91 47.74 57.91 71.98 107.99 149.13 205.09 301.08 114.80 152.16 219.55 124.98 173.77 35.12 43.26 50.75 52.51 63.70 50.75 52.51 63.70 52.51 63.70 75.17 111.92 153.74 209.86 306.87 119.41 156.93 225.34 129.75 179.56

e 50mm i/d H.D.P.E. / PVC pipe 6 Kgf/m a b 32mm i/d 40mm i/d

c 50mm i/d H.D.P.E. / PVC pipe 4 Kgf/m a b 40mm i/d 50mm i/d

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28.36 Providing and laying, jointing, fixing, testing G.I. Pipe Lines B- Class, including cost of Specials such as tees, bends, sockets elbow etc., cutting, threading and testing in trenches in the ground complete.

a b c d e f g h i

15mm i/d 20mm i/d 25mm i/d 32mm i/d 40mm i/d 50mm i/d 65mm i/d 80mm i/d 100mm i/d

m m m m m m m m m

13.00 16.31 20.40 30.67 31.85 33.02 33.02 35.38 41.60

104.64 134.13 187.97 241.44 276.65 351.13 433.61 557.72 800.89

14.30 17.94 22.44 33.74 35.04 36.32 36.32 38.92 45.76

105.94 135.76 190.01 244.51 279.84 354.43 436.91 561.26 805.05

28.37 Providing and laying, jointing, fixing and testing H.D.P.E. / PVC Pipe Lines as per ISI, Specials tees, bends, sockets, elbow etc., cutting, testing including cost of specials in the trenches in the ground complete. A H.D.P.E. / PVC pipe 10 Kgf/m a 20mm i/d b c d e B 25mm i/d 32mm i/d 40mm i/d 50mm i/d

m m m m m

10.87 13.60 20.45 21.23 22.02

44.51 71.27 106.96 153.40 226.28

11.96 14.96 22.50 23.35 24.22

45.60 72.63 109.01 155.52 228.48

H.D.P.E. / PVC pipe 6 Kgf/m a 32mm i/d b 40mm i/d

m m

20.45 21.23

78.12 108.94

22.50 23.35

80.17 111.06

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c 50mm i/d H.D.P.E. / PVC pipe 4 Kgf/m a 40mm i/d

m m m

22.02 21.23 22.02

157.79 86.11 119.35

24.22 23.35 24.22

159.99 88.23 121.55

50mm i/d

28.38 Providing and fixing PolyetheleneAluminium-Polyethelene (PE-AL-PE) Composite Pressure Pipes conforming to IS - 15450 U.V. stabilised with carbon black having thermal stability for hot & cold water supply, capable to withstand temperature up to 80 including all C special fittings of composite material (engineering plastic blend and brass inserts wherever required ) e.g. elbows , tees, reducers, couplers & connectors etc. with clamps at 1.00 m spacing. This includes the costs of cutting chases and including testing of joints complete as per direction of the engineer in charge. Concealed work including cutting chases and making goo/d the wall etc.

a b c d e f

1216 (16 mm o/d) pipe 1620 (20 mm o/d) pipe 2025 (25 mm o/d) pipe 2532 (32 mm o/d) pipe 3240 (40 mm o/d) pipe 4050 (50 mm o/d) pipe

m m m m m m

38.91 38.91 38.91 38.91 38.91 38.91

213.14 253.19 317.27 417.40 539.56 709.77

42.80 42.80 42.80 42.80 42.80 42.80

217.03 257.08 321.16 421.29 543.45 713.66

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28.39 Providing and fixing PolyetheleneAluminium-Polyethelene (PE-AL-PE) Composite Pressure Pipes conforming to IS - 15450 - 2004 U.V. stabilised with carbon black having thermal stability for hot & cold water supply, capable to withstand temperature up to 80 C including all special fittings of composite material (engineering plastic blend and brass inserts wherever required ) e.g. elbows ,tees ,reducers, couplers & connectors etc. with trenching, refilling and testing of joints complete as per direction of the engineer in charge. External work

a b c d e f

1216 (16 mm o/d) pipe 1620 (20 mm o/d) pipe 2025 (25 mm o/d) pipe 2532 (32 mm o/d) pipe 3240 (40 mm o/d) pipe 4050 (50 mm o/d) pipe

m m m m m m

31.61 31.61 31.61 31.61 35.15 35.15

161.03 190.79 238.39 312.77 407.06 533.51

34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77 38.67 38.67

164.19 193.95 241.55 315.93 410.58 537.03

28.40 Providing and fixing 3 layer PP-R (Poly propylene Random copolymer) pipes A SDR 7.4 U V stabilized & anti - microbial fusion welded, having thermal stability for hot & cold water supply including all PP-R plain & brass threaded polypropylene random fittings i/c fixing the pipe with clamps at 1.00 m spacing. This includes the cost of cutting chases and making goo/d the same including testing of joints complete as per direction of Engineer in Chajge. (Concealed work including cutting chases and making goo/d the walls etc.).

a b c

PN - 16 Pipe, 16mm o/d PN - 16 Pipe, 20mm o/d PN - 16 Pipe, 25mm o/d

m m m

38.91 38.91 38.91

102.99 135.03 189.10

42.80 42.80 42.80

106.88 138.92 192.99

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PN - 16 Pipe, 32mm o/d PN - 16 Pipe, 40mm o/d PN - 16 Pipe, 50mm o/d

m m m

38.91 38.91 38.91

283.23 427.41 605.64

42.80 42.80 42.80

287.12 431.30 609.53

28.40 Providing and fixing 3 layer PP-R (Poly B propylene Random copolymer) pipes SDR 7.4 U V stabilized & anti - microbial fusion welded, having thermal stability for hot & cold water supply including all PP-R plain & brass threaded polypropylene random fittings i/c trenching .refilling & testing of joints complete as per direction of Engineer in Charge. External work a b c d e f PN - 16 Pipe, 16mm o/d PN - 16 Pipe, 20mm o/d PN - 16 Pipe, 25mm o/d PN - 16 Pipe, 32mm o/d PN - 16 Pipe, 40mm o/d PN - 16 Pipe, 50mm o/d m m m m m m 31.61 31.61 31.61 31.61 31.61 31.61 79.21 103.02 143.18 213.10 320.21 452.61 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77 82.37 106.18 146.34 216.26 323.37 455.77

28.41 Providing, fixing and jointing Union Couplings in G.I. Pipe lines.

a b c d e f g h

15mm i/d G.I. Union 20mm i/d G.I. Union 25mm i/d G.I. Union 32mm i/d G.I. Union 40mm i/d G.I. Union 50mm i/d G.I. Union 65mm i/d G.I. Union 80mm i/d G.I. Union

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7.06 9.32 9.32 11.29 11.29 11.29 14.12 14.12

72.29 121.46 152.36 165.78 184.08 231.00 430.66 638.92

7.77 10.25 10.25 12.42 12.42 12.42 15.53 15.53

73.00 122.39 153.29 166.91 185.21 232.13 432.07 640.33 CSR - 2010

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100mm i/d G.I. Union

each

14.12

918.14

15.53

919.55

28.42 Providing and placing in position hand pump of approved quality for 40 mm diametre G.I. pipe complete with all accessories. 28.43 Providing water connection with grooved coupler and service coupler in Quick coupling pipe line complete in all respect. a In 50.80mm outside diametre pipe line b In 63.50mm outside diametre pipe line c In 76.20mm outside diametre pipe line d In 101.60mm outside diametre pipe line e In 152.40mm outside diametre pipe line 28.44 Provo/ding, fixing and jointing gun-metal peet valves (Heavy Pattern) with hand wheels, on G.I. Pipe lines laid in the ground or inside buildings including all carriages complete.

each

49.05

649.83

53.96

654.74

each each each each each

51.22 51.22 64.02 64.02 64.02

680.20 788.29 848.18 1017.37 1437.61

56.34 56.34 70.42 70.42 70.42

685.32 793.41 854.58 1023.77 1444.01

15mm i/d Gun Metal peet valve heavy pattern. 20mm i/d Gun Metal peet valve heavy pattern. 25mm i/d Gun Metal peet valve heavy pattern. 32mm i/d Gun Metal peet valve heavy pattern. 40mm i/d Gun Metal peet valve heavy pattern. 50mm i/d Gun Metal peet valve heavy pattern. 65mm i/d Gun Metal peet valve heavy pattern.

each

12.83

393.89

14.11

395.17

each

15.68

534.06

17.25

535.63

each

17.65

817.54

19.42

819.31

each

20.17

1163.36

22.19

1165.38

each

23.53

1540.91

25.88

1543.26

each

31.37

2381.82

34.51

2384.96

each

40.33

4080.96

44.36

4084.99

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80mm i/d Gun Metal peet valve heavy pattern. 100mm i/d Gun Metal peet valve heavy pattern.

each

47.05

5590.19

51.76

5594.90

each

47.05

11153.92

51.76

11158.63

28.45 Providing, fixing & jointing screw down stop cocks of gun-metal or hard brass on G.I.Pipe lines laid in the ground or inside buildings including all carriages complete. a 15mm i/d Screw down stop cock of gun metal or hard brass. each b 20mm i/d Screw down stop cock of gun metal or hard brass. each c 25mm i/d Screw down stop cock of gun metal or hard brass. each 28.46 Blank 16.61 462.90 18.27 464.56 15.68 313.21 17.25 314.78 12.83 221.10 14.11 222.38

28.47 Blank

28.48 Blank

28.49 Making connection with the existing G.I. branch main up to 40mm size including cutting and threading pipe etc. complete excluding cost of tee and ling screw, but including all carriages complete. each 28.50 Providing, fixing & jointing water meter in G.I. pipe line including cutting and threading pipe and making long screw etc. complete including cost of G.I. Jam nut complete. a b 15mm size 20mm size each each 192.07 192.07 907.28 1296.35 211.28 211.28 926.49 1315.56 183.94 238.86 202.33 257.25

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25mm size

each

192.07

1686.57

211.28

1705.78

28.51 Providing & fixing Cast Iron suface box for Peet Valve, Stop Cock including all carriages complete. 28.52 Providing and filling sand grading as per specifications or fine grade around the various sizes of G.I. pipes in external work. 28.53 Bailing out water from the trenches for making new connections in fully charged pipe lines including cleaning trimming and dressing the trenches to correct alignment and grade as required by the Engineer-in-charge. Size of the main with which connection is to be made.

kg

7.80

59.30

8.58

60.08

cum

26.30

265.36

28.93

267.99

Upto 200mm i/d

each connecti on.

832.64

915.90

Exceeding 200mm i/d but not each connecti exceeding 300mm i/d on. Exceeding 300mm i/d but not each connecti exceeding 450mm i/d on. Exceeding 450mm i/d but not each connecti exceeding 600mm i/d on.

1040.81

1144.89

1248.97

1373.87

1561.23

1717.35

28.54 Blank

28.55 Disinfecting water mains by flushing with water containing bleaching powder at 0.5 gms per litre of water and cleaning the same with fresh water, operation to be repeated three times including getting the sample of water from the disinfected main tested in the municipal laboratory.

a b

80mm i/d C.I. pipe. 100mm i/d C.I. pipe.

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3.82 5.03

4.03 5.28

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c d e f g h i j k l

125mm i/d C.I. pipe. 150mm i/d C.I. pipe. 200mm i/d C.I. pipe. 250mm i/d C.I. pipe. 300mm i/d C.I. pipe. 350mm i/d C.I. pipe. 400mm i/d C.I. pipe. 450mm i/d C.I. pipe. 500mm i/d C.I. pipe. 600mm i/d C.I. pipe.

m m m m m m m m m m

5.96 7.10 9.39 11.69 12.83 13.97 15.12 16.25 17.42 19.70

6.31 7.63 10.30 13.13 14.89 16.77 18.80 20.90 23.16 27.95

6.56 7.81 10.33 12.86 14.11 15.37 16.63 17.88 19.16 21.67

6.91 8.34 11.24 14.30 16.17 18.17 20.31 22.53 24.90 29.92

28.56 Providing, laying, fixing and testing M.S. pipe lines and specials tees, bends, sockets, elbows etc. in trenches in the ground cutting, threading and testing etc. as per IS-1239 complete.

a b

100mm internal diametre 150mm internal diametre

m m

42.68 64.02

799.65 1186.61

46.95 70.42

803.92 1193.01

28.57 Providing and placing in horizontal layers filtering mei/d screened, washed and cleaned as described below :(a) Top layer :----- Fine sand screened, cleaned and washed and graded (effective size 0.2 to 0.4mm with uniformity coefficient 2.00 to 3.00) from Pathankot or other approved source. cum 323.95 610.88 356.35 643.28

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(b)

Second Layer :----- Coursed sand screened, cleaned and washed and graded from 3mm to 6mm (from Pathankot or approved equivalent quarry). cum 349.98 751.54 384.98 786.54

(c)

Third Layer :----- Bajri screened, cleaned and washed and graded from 6mm to 20mm (from Pathankot or approved equivalent quarry). cum 193.84 835.07 213.22 854.45

(d)

Fourth Layer :----Bajri (Coursed) screened, cleaned and washed and graded from 20mm to 25mm (from Pathankot or approved equivalent quarry). cum 193.84 816.41 213.22 835.79

(e)

Bottom Layer :----- Broken stone, screened, cleaned and washed and graded from 50mm to 75mm (from Pathankot or approved equivalent quarry). cum 193.84 802.09 213.22 821.47

28.58 Painting G.I. Pipes and Specials with synthetic enamel Paint in all shades as per I.S.I. specification on existing or new work, two coats paints including cleaning rubbing surface, etc.

15mm & 20mm i/d G.I. Pipe m 1.01 3.32 1.11 3.42

25mm & 32mm i/d G.I. Pipe m 1.31 4.32 1.44 4.45

40mm & 50mm i/d G.I. Pipe m 2.05 6.75 2.26 6.96

28.59 Repainting G.I. Pipes and Specials with synthetic enamel Paint in all shades as per I.S.I. specification on existing work, one coats paints including cleaning rubbing surface, etc.

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15mm & 20mm i/d G.I. Pipe m 0.64 1.67 0.70 1.73

25mm & 32mm i/d G.I. Pipe m 0.83 2.18 0.91 2.26

40mm & 50mm i/d G.I. Pipe m 1.30 3.41 1.43 3.54

28.60 Painting G.I. Pipes and Specials with Aluminium Paint Paint in all shades as per I.S.I. specification on existing or new work, two coats paints including cleaning rubbing surface, etc.

a b c

15mm & 20mm i/d G.I. Pipe 25mm & 32mm i/d G.I. Pipe 40mm & 50mm i/d G.I. Pipe

m m m

1.23 1.60 2.50

2.67 3.48 5.43

1.35 1.76 2.75

2.79 3.64 5.68

28.61 Repainting G.I. Pipes and Specials with Aluminium Paint Paint in all shades as per I.S.I. specification on existing work, one coats paints including cleaning rubbing surface, etc.

a b

15mm & 20mm i/d G.I. Pipe 25mm & 32mm i/d G.I. Pipe

0.75

1.44

0.83

1.52

m c 40mm & 50mm i/d G.I. Pipe m

0.97 1.52

1.87 2.92

1.07 1.67

1.97 3.07

28.62 Cutting holes upto 23cm square thorugh B.B. in mud walls for pipes, and making goo/d including repointing, replastering and finishing according to existing finish where required.

a b c

Through wall 11.43 cm thick Through wall 22.86 cm thick Through wall 34.29 cm thick

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d e f

Through wall 45.72 cm thick Through wall 57.15 cm thick Through wall 68.58 cm thick

each each each

83.85 102.85 122.12

92.24 113.14 134.33

28.63 Cutting holes upto 23cm square thorugh B.B. in cement walls or stone masonary wall in cement for pipes, and making goo/d including repointing, replastering and finishing according to existing finish where required.

a b c d e f

Through wall 11.43 cm thick Through wall 22.86 cm thick Through wall 34.29 cm thick Through wall 45.72 cm thick Through wall 57.15 cm thick Through wall 68.58 cm thick

each each each each each each

68.06 95.31 123.45 155.87 168.02 195.94

74.87 104.84 135.80 171.46 184.82 215.53

28.64 Cutting holes upto 23cm square for pipes in flooring and roofs of bricks, tiles with lime concrete or cement concrete and making good including repointing, replastering and colour or white washing where required.

Through floor or roof 7.5cm thick each 35.05 38.56

Through floor or roof 11.5cm thick Through floor or roof 15.00cm thick Through floor or roof 19.00cm thick Through floor or roof 22.50cm thick

each

57.29

63.02

each

69.02

75.92

each

75.94

83.53

each

77.16

84.88

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28.65 Cutting holes upto 23cm square for pipes in floor and roofs of cement concrete, reinforced concrete or reinforced brick work and making goo/d including repointing, replastering, replacing bitumen and colour or white washing where required.

Through floor or roof 7.5cm thick each 32.95 36.25

Through floor or roof 11.5cm thick Through floor or roof 15.00cm thick Through floor or roof 19.00cm thick Through floor or roof 22.50cm thick

each

41.03

45.13

each

62.52

68.77

each

62.93

69.22

each

64.15

70.57

28.66 Dismantling lead Caulked Joints of cast iron Socketted Pipes, Valves and Specials by heating the Joints including the cast of Labour, Fuel and tools, etc., collecting the lead taken out from the joints and ride back the same to the Engineer-in-charge. (a) 50mm i/d of pipe, valve or special each (b) 65mm i/d of pipe, valve or special each (c) 80mm i/d of pipe, valve or special each (d) 100mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 125mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 150mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 175mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 34.80 38.28 21.92 24.11 21.92 24.11

each

34.80

38.28

(e)

each

47.53

52.28

(f)

each

59.83

65.81

(g)

each

70.42

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(h)

200mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 225mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 250mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 300mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 350mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 375mm i/d of pipe, valve or special

each

85.12

93.63

(i)

each

92.40

101.64

(j)

each

110.65

121.72

(k)

each

143.05

157.36

(l)

each

169.75

186.73

(m)

each

182.03

200.23

(n)

400mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 450mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 500mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 525mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 550mm i/d of pipe, valve or special 600mm i/d of pipe, valve or special

each

187.77

206.55

(o)

each

270.85

297.94

(p)

each

304.93

335.42

(q)

each

326.60

359.26

(r)

each

355.63

391.19

(s)

each

391.92

431.11

28.67 Dismantling flanged Joints for Cast iron Pipes, Valves and specials including ride back of bolts, Nuts and washers to the Engineer-in-charge.

50mm, 65mm, 80mm, 100mm internal diametre of pipe, valves or special.

each

7.86

8.65

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125mm, 150mm, 175mm, 200mm, 225mm and 250mm internal diametre of pipe, valves or special. 300mm, 350mm and 375mm internal diametre of pipe, valves or special. 400mm and 450mm internal diametre of pipe, valves or special. 500mm and 525mm internal diametre of pipe, valves or special. 550mm and 600mm internal diametre of pipe, valves or special.

each

16.17

17.79

each

49.05

53.96

each

54.44

59.88

each

61.32

67.45

each

75.12

82.63

28.68 Taking out dismantled Cast Iron Socketted or Flanged Pipes valves and, specials etc. out side from the trenches and Stacking and ride back as desired by the Engineeer-in-charge.

50mm internal diametre of pipe. m 4.77 5.25

65mm internal diametre of pipe. m 5.01 5.51

80mm internal diametre of pipe. m 5.97 6.57

100mm internal diametre of pipe. m 7.31 8.04

125mm internal diametre of pipe. m 7.31 8.04

150mm internal diametre of pipe. m 8.10 8.91

175mm internal diametre of pipe. m 10.01 11.01

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200mm internal diametre of pipe. m 10.80 11.88

225mm internal diametre of pipe. m 12.71 13.98

250mm internal diametre of pipe. m 15.24 16.76

300mm internal diametre of pipe. m 18.11 19.92

350mm internal diametre of pipe. m 21.42 23.56

375mm internal diametre of pipe. m 24.74 27.21

400mm internal diametre of pipe. m 28.57 31.43

450mm internal diametre of pipe. m 29.74 32.71

500mm internal diametre of pipe. m 34.97 38.47

525mm internal diametre of pipe. m 39.02 42.92

550mm internal diametre of pipe. m 39.02 42.92

600mm internal diametre of pipe. m 53.30 58.63

28.69 Dismantling sluice valves socketted or flanged including ride back as desired by Engineer-in Charge.

50mm valves

internal

diametre

of each 49.91 54.90

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65mm valves 80mm valves 100mm valves 125mm valves 150mm valves 175mm valves. 200mm valves. 225mm valves 250mm valves 300mm valves 350mm valves 375mm valves. 400mm valves. 450mm valves. 500mm valves. 525mm valves 550mm valves. 600mm valves.

internal

diametre

of each 53.44 58.78

internal

diametre

of each 56.97 62.67

internal

diametre

of each 54.75 60.23

internal

diametre

of each 61.81 67.99

internal

diametre

of each 64.68 71.15

internal

diametre

of each 73.30 80.63

internal

diametre

of each 79.70 87.67

internal

diametre

of each 79.70 87.67

internal

diametre

of each 79.70 87.67

internal

diametre

of each 79.70 87.67

internal

diametre

of each 79.70 87.67

internal

diametre

of each 79.70 87.67

internal

diametre

of each 79.70 87.67

internal

diametre

of each 79.70 87.67

internal

diametre

of each 79.70 87.67

internal

diametre

of each 79.70 87.67

internal

diametre

of each 79.70 87.67

internal

diametre

of each 79.70 87.67

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28.70 Dismantling fire hydrants of all sizes, including dismantling the joints including ride back as desired by Engineer-inCharge. each 28.71 Dismantling single or double air valves, all sizes, including dismantling joints including ride back as desired by Engineer-in-Charge. each 28.72 Dismantling cast Iron surface boxes for sluice valves and fire hydrants including ride back as desired by Engineer-inCharge. each 28.73 Dismantling cast Iron single air valve surface boxes including ride back as desired by Engineer-in-Charge. each 28.74 Dismantling cast Iron double air valve surface boxes including ride back as desired by Engineer-in-Charge. each 28.75 Dismantling, disjointing, removal of G.I. pipe lines, specials, valves and fittings including ride back as desired by Engineer-in-Charge. 82.06 90.27 32.83 36.11 30.90 33.99 49.05 53.96 54.27 59.70

15mm internal diametre pipe line. m 9.91 10.90

20mm internal diametre pipe line. m 11.72 12.89

25mm internal diametre pipe line. m 15.17 16.69

32mm internal diametre pipe line. m 19.82 21.80

40mm internal diametre pipe line. m 22.64 24.90

50mm internal diametre pipe line. m 22.64 24.90

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65mm internal diametre pipe line. m 24.52 26.97

80mm internal diametre pipe line. m 26.57 29.23

100mm internal diametre pipe line.

30.66

33.73

28.76 Construction of Gravel Pit outside the Pump Chamber. 28.77 Construction of V-Notch haudi.

each

3065.96

9045.71

3372.56

9352.31

each 28.78 Construction of masonary Sluice Valve Chamber complete in all respects as per standard drawing. a b Size 0.6 m. x 0.6 m. Size 0.9 m. x 0.9 m. each each

3524.83

10245.95

3877.31

10598.43

536.09 767.39

2868.98 3983.56

589.70 844.13

2922.59 4060.30

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CHAPTER NO. 29 SEWERAGE AND DRAINAGE


Sr. No. Description Unit Plains Sub-mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

29.1

Excavation in open cutting or in streets and lanes for intramural sullage drains, extramural intercepting drains and outfall drains above top of drains cunnetes, storm water channels and other work contingent or incident thereto, to full dimensions and depth as shown on the drawings or as shall be required by Engineer-in-charge including dressing to correct sections and dimensions according to templates and levels, dewatering of rain water, diversion of traffic, Providing and fixing and maintenance of caution boards, night signals, crossing over trenches for access to the houses, watching etc. and of removal of surplus spoil from the site of work including all lift and lead for depths to 2 metre below natural ground level upto 60 metres of length of lead in disposing surplus spoil.

All classes of soil except rocky cum 95.36 95.36 104.90 104.90

ii

For Ordinary gravel soil involving pick work cum 119.38 119.38 131.32 131.32

iii

For semi congimerate or soil of the nature of pick and jumper work

cum

126.49

126.49

139.14

139.14

29.2

Earth work in excavation in Foundations Trenches etc., for storage and sedimentation tanks, high level tanks, filter beds, clear water reservoirs, pump houses, sumps, screening chambers and other similar works to full dimension and depth as shown on the drawings or as shall be required by Engineerin-charge, including dressing of bottom and sides of trenches, stacking the excavated soil clear from the excavation and subsequent filling around Plinth/structures in 15 cms. layers with compaction including Disposal of surplus spoils as Directed within a lead of 30 Metres.

Not exceeding 1.50 metres depth :i For all classes of soil except rocky. cum 84.82 84.82 93.30 93.30

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ii

For ordinary gravel soil, involving pick work. cum 113.43 113.43 124.77 124.77

iii

For semi congimerate or soil of the nature of pick and jumper work cum 142.33 142.33 156.56 156.56

Extra for evry additional depth of 1.50 m or parts thereof: (i) For all classes of soil except rocky. cum (ii) For ordinary gravel soil, involving pick work. cum (iii) For semi congimerate or soil of the nature of pick and jumper work cum 11.02 11.02 12.12 12.12 7.35 7.35 8.09 8.09 5.51 5.51 6.06 6.06

29.3

(a) Extra for every 7.5 meters additional lead beyond leads, specified in item No. 29.1 and 29.2 above up to 300 metres. cum (b) Extra for every 7.5 meters additional lead beyond 300 metres upto 450 metres. cum Rate will be derived from Ch. 5 Rate will be derived from Ch. 5

29.4

Excavation of trenches in a Streets, Lanes or in Open Area for Storm Sewers and Manholes to Full Depths as Shown in Drawings, Including Shoring, Timbering of polling Board Frame System Type, dressing to correct sections and dimensions according to template and dewatering, provision for diversion for traffic, protection of exiting services i.e. telephone cables , electric lines, water supply lines and Gas lines etc,Providing and fixing night signals, profiles, Pegs, Sight rails, boning rods, crossing over trenches for access to the houses, watching, fencing etc.,Providing and fixing and maintenance of caution boards, refilling trenches, watering of refill in 15 cm layers, ramming and restoration of surface to original conditions and removal of Surplus Spoil from the Site of Works, for all Works other than connections to Ventilating Shafts upto a Lead of one Kilometre.

For depth not exceeding 3 metres below ground level. i ii For all classes of soil except rocky . For ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. Page 333 cum cum 209.41 241.21 209.41 241.21 230.35 265.33 230.35 265.33

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For semi-conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick and jumper Work.

cum

285.91

285.91

314.50

314.50

For depth exceeding 3 metres but not exceeding 4.5 metres below natural ground level :-

(i) For all classes of soil except rocky. (ii) For ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. (iii) For semi-conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick and jumper Work. C For depth exceeding 4.5 metres but not exceeding 6 metres below natural ground level :-

cum cum

226.53 263.89

226.53 263.89

249.18 290.28

249.18 290.28

cum

317.88

317.88

349.67

349.67

(i) For all classes of soil except rocky. (ii) For ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. (iii) For semi-conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick and jumper Work. D For depth exceeding 6 metres but not exceeding 7.5 metres below natural ground level :-

cum cum

252.63 298.83

252.63 298.83

277.89 328.71

277.89 328.71

cum

374.60

374.60

412.06

412.06

(i) For all classes of soil except rocky. (ii) For ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. (iii) For semi-conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick and jumper Work. E For depth exceeding 7.5 metres but not exceeding 9 metres below natural ground level :-

cum cum

268.20 313.88

268.20 313.88

295.02 345.27

295.02 345.27

cum

398.49

398.49

438.34

438.34

(i) For all classes of soil except rocky. cum (ii) For ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. (iii) For semi-conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick and jumper Work. cum 290.51 336.71 290.51 336.71 319.56 370.38 319.56 370.38

cum

307.10

307.10

337.81

337.81

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Excavation of trenches in a Streets, Lanes or in Open Area for Storm Sewers and Manholes to Full Depths as Shown in Drawings, without Shoring, Timbering of polling Board Frame System Type, dressing to correct section and dimension according to template level and dewatering, provision for diversion for traffic, protection of existing services i.e. telephone cable electric lines, water supply lines and Gas lines etc, providing and fixing of night signals, profiles, Pegs, Sight rails, boning rods, crossing over trenches for access to the houses, watching, fencing etc., Providing and fixing and maintenance of caution boards, refilling trenches, watering of refill in 15 cm layers, ramming and restoration of surface to original conditions and removal of Surplus Spoil from the Site of Works, for all Works other than connections to Ventilating Shafts upto a Lead of one Kilometre.

For depth not exceeding 1.5 m below Ground level :-

i ii iii

For all classes of soil except rocky . For ordinary gravel soil involving pick work. For semi-conglomerate or soil of the nature of pick and jumper Work.

cum cum

130.41 162.21

130.41 162.21

143.45 178.43

143.45 178.43

cum

206.92

206.92

227.61

227.61

29.5 B

Earth work in excavation by mechanical means (Hydraulic excavator) over areas (exceeding 30cm in depth. 1.5m in width as well as 10 sqm on plan) including disposal of excavated earth, lead upto 50m and lift upto 1.5m, 3 mtr and 1.5 respectively including shoring tembering d watering ,provision for diversion for traffic, protection of existing services i.e. telephone cable electric lines, water supply lines and Gas lines etc, providing and fixing of night signals, profiles, Pegs, Sight rails, boning rods, crossing over trenches for access to the houses, watching, fencing etc., Providing and fixing and maintenance of caution boards, refilling trenches, watering of refill in 15 cm layers, ramming and restoration of surface to original conditions and removal of Surplus Spoil from the Site of Works, for all Works other than connections to Ventilating Shafts upto a Lead of one Kilometre.

All kinds of soil. i ii Depth upto 1.50 m Depth upto 0 m To 3.00 m Page 335 cum cum 122.88 201.88 122.88 201.88 135.17 222.07 135.17 222.07

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Depth upto 3.00 m To 4.50 m

cum

209.83

209.83

230.81

230.81

The rates for excavation beyond 4.50 depth are same for manual as well as by mechanical mean

Extra over and above the rate of item No. 29.4 ( a to e) for lowering sub-soil water level from its natural level, as decided by the Engineer-in-charge, by every 0.30 m depth (Upto requisite depth), including cost of Bore Holes Machinery and carrying out the work in safe manner.

For sewers below 760 mm i/d m 513.24 596.21 513.24 596.21 564.56 655.83 564.56 655.83

b Note:1 Note:2

For Sewer 760mm i/d and above

In case of deep excavation for item no 29.2 above the excavation may be done giving appropriate side slow which may be fixed by Engineer-in-charge. The rates for item No. 29.1 to 29.5 inclusive, cover the cost of removing tree and roots and removal of kankare and other hard material met in the excavation The maximum and minimum width of trenches and excavation for which payment shall be admissible to the contractor shall be those laid down in the contract specification The depth of spring level below ground level from where the wet sinking of excavation below spring level is to be done will be decided by the Engineer-in-charge and the decision will be final and binding on the contractor. Where ever water is depressed by pumping, rate shall be for wet earth work if actually wet and not for work under standing or flowing water and wetness allowance shall be payable only after obtaining the written approval of the superintending Engineer. If the excavation for any sewer shall be carried out by cut and cover i.e. sinking shafts and tunneling in between, the contractor shall be paid for such work as if the trench had been opened the full length, but no extra shall be allowed other than the full measurement of the trench excavation @ of item No. 29.4. it will be intirely be at the discretion of the Engineer-in-charge to permit excavation by cut and cover method. Back filling of shafts and tunnels must be at all times be carried out throughly and to the satisfaction of Engineer-in-charge. If any excavation of trenches in which timbering has not been done has to be abondoned due to change of alignment of the sewer necessiated by any obstruction such as pipe line, electric or telephone cables, wired poles comeing in the way of the sewer or for any other cause what so ever the contractor will be paid @ 95.36, 131.32 and 139.14 per cum for all classes of soil, except rocky, gravel solid and conglomerate solid respectively in plain or submountainous area such excavation not with standingthat he may have made arrangments the timbering of such trenches or actually brought it to the site payment for abandoned treanches at the above rate will include for the back filling of the trenches in 15 cm layers, well watered and consolidatated and for the restoration of the site to its original conditio. Extra for Disposal of surplus soil beyond one kilom.

Note:-3

Note:-4

Note:-5

Note:-6

29.7

Rate will be derived from Ch. 5

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Extra over and above the Rate of excavation contained in item 29.4 and 29.5 For providing close board Timbering in place of poling board frame system of timbering per m of sewer Trench for every 3 ms deep Shuttering or part thereof where such timbering is done.

m Example :- Trench depth is 9 ms. Three stage timbering each stage 3 ms has been done. The strata met with from 6 to 9 ms necessitate the provision of close timbering (without driving) and is done. Thus rate per m of effected sewer trench will be paid in plain. In case the close timbering has been done from 3 to 9 ms below G.L., i.e. 2 stages of 3 ms, then payment of two stages per m of affected sewer trench will be pay-able in Plains.

483.02

483.02

531.32

531.32

29.9

Extra rate for shuttering in Confined Earth work as per specifications & desired by Engineer-in-Charge. a b c d e f g h For 400 mm dia sewer For 500 mm dia sewer For 600 mm dia sewer For 800 mm dia sewer For 900 mm dia sewer For 1000 mm dia sewer For 1100 mm dia sewer For 1200 mm dia sewer sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm 379.48 379.89 380.31 392.24 403.75 395.59 396.01 396.47 417.43 417.88 418.34 431.46 444.13 435.15 435.61 436.12

29.10 Blank

Dismantling and Demolition 29.11 Dismantling existing drains of different size cunnets, section only including recovery of all useable materials, stacking the same near site of dismantled works and disposal of all rubish off site of works.

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(a) House connection drains (b) Type I drain (c) Type II drain (d) Type III drain (e) Type IV drain Brick Flooring and pitching (A) Reimbursements to Drains and flooring in strips

m m m m m

5.33 8.21 19.15 24.36 28.52

5.86 9.03 21.07 26.80 31.37

29.12 Tega 7.5 cm thick formed of first class bricks on end laid in cement sand mortar 1:5 and projecting to a maximum height of not more than 12.5 cm above top of drain along house sides of drains where required for protection of house walls. m 29.13 Tega 11.50 cm thick formed of first class bricks on end laid in cement sand Mortar 1:5 as above. m 29.14 First class flat brick 7.50 cm thick laid in reimbursements in and on Cement mortar 1:5 on sides of drains and in other work where required over lime concrete or other foundations. All joints to be left completely filled and struck flush. m 29.15 First class flat brick 7.5 cms thick laid in reimbursement in and on 1:6 cement sand mortar as above. 29.16 First class flat brick 7.50 cm thick laid in reimbursement in and on 1:5 cement sand mortar as above. 29.17 First class for brick 7.50 cm thick laid in reimbursements in and on 1:4 cement sand mortar as above. 29.18 First class brick on edge 11.50 cm thick laid in reimbursements in and on cement mortar 1:4 on sides of drains and in other work where required over lime concrete or other foundation, all joints to be left complete filled and struck flush. m 19.29 346.12 21.22 348.05 19.29 188.42 21.22 190.35 21.78 80.97 23.96 83.15 17.08 57.62 18.79 59.33

19.29

188.42

21.22

190.35

19.29

188.42

21.22

190.35

19.29

195.17

21.22

197.10

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29.19 First class brick on edge 11.50 cm thick laid in reimbursements in and on 1:6 cement sand mortar as above. m 29.20 First class brick on edge 11.50 cm thick laid in reimbursements in and on 1:5 cement sand mortar as above. m 29.21 First class brick on edge 11.50 cm thick laid in reimbursements in and on 1:4 cement sand mortar as above. m (B) Flooring and Paving 19.29 288.12 21.22 290.05 19.29 277.76 21.22 279.69 19.29 269.13 21.22 271.06

29.22 First class dry flat brick flooring and paving in ordinary bonded courses or in herring bone or other special courses or bond laid to template over rammed and dressed foundations and to correct longitudinal and cross slopes as shall be required by the Engineer-in-Charge. All joints shall be thoroughly filled with dry sand grouting which shall be applied to a thickness of not less 20mm over the surface of the flooring and brushed into the joints. All joints shall be fully filled with sand.

sqm 29.23 First class dry brick on edge flooring or paving in ordinary bonded courses or in herring bone or other special courses or bond, laid as described in item no. 29.22. sqm 29.24 Blank

24.70

156.80

27.17

159.27

28.57

237.96

31.43

240.82

29.25 First class flat brick paving or flooring laid over and in cement sand mortar 1:6 in ordinary bonded courses or in herring bone or other special courses, to templates, over dressed foundation and to correct longitudinal and cross slopes as shall be required by the Engineer-in-charge. All joints shall be filled with mortar and struck flushed as the work proceeds.

sqm

28.68

187.17

31.55

190.04

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29.26 First class flat brick paving or flooring laid over and in cement sand mortar 1:5 in ordinary bonded courses or in herring bone or other special courses, to templates, over dressed foundation and to correct longitudinal and cross slopes as shall be required by the Engineer-in-charge. All joints shall be filled with mortar and struck flushed as the work proceeds.

sqm 29.27 Blank

28.68

190.78

31.55

193.65

29.28 First class brick on edge paving or flooring laid over and in cement sand mortar 1:6 in ordinary bonded courses or in herring bone or other special courses, to templates, over dressed foundation and to correct longitudinal and cross slopes as shall be required by the Engineer-in-charge. All joints shall be filled with mortar and struck flushed as the work proceeds.

sqm 29.29 First class brick on edge paving or flooring laid over and in cement sand mortar 1:5 in ordinary bonded courses or in herring bone or other special courses, to templates, over dressed foundation and to correct longitudinal and cross slopes as shall be required by the Engineer-in-charge. All joints shall be filled with mortar and struck flushed as the work proceeds.

48.54

295.07

53.39

299.92

sqm 29.30 First class brick on edge paving or flooring laid over and in cement sand mortar 1:4 in ordinary bonded courses or in herring bone or other special courses, to templates, over dressed foundation and to correct longitudinal and cross slopes as shall be required by the Engineer-in-charge. All joints shall be filled with mortar and struck flushed as the work proceeds.

47.54

298.25

52.29

303.00

sqm 29.31 Extra over and above the rates for items No. 29.22 to 29.30 inclusive for pitching on the slope to sullage drains above cunnettes and to storm water channels, etc. where required. sqm

47.54

303.35

52.29

308.10

6.50

6.50

7.15

7.15

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29.32 Brick ballast well or over burnt, broken and screened through a 32mm x 32mm square mesh screen laid consolidated and rammed to a finished thickness of 50mm to template and levels to correct longitudinal slopes cross slopes cambers, etc. under paving or flooring.

sqm 29.33 Brick ballast well or over burnt, broken and screened through a 32mm x 32mm square mesh screen laid consolidated and rammed to a finished thickness of 75mm as above. sqm 29.34 Clay concrete, consisting or 100 parts by volume of well burnt or over burnt brick ballast screened through 32mm x 32mm square mesh screen mixed with 33 parts by volume of fine Puddle clay, thoroughly mixed, laid consolidated and rammed to a finished thickness of 50mm to template and levels and to a correct longitudinal slopes, cross slopes, cambers, etc. under paving or flooring as shall be required by the Engineer-in-Charge.

11.84

42.95

13.02

44.13

17.75

67.53

19.53

69.31

sqm 29.35 Clay concrete as above but laid consolidated and rammed to a finished thickness of 75mm as above. Sqm

15.12

46.23

16.63

47.74

16.88

63.55

18.57

65.24

29.36 Providing & fixing 560mm, 500mm and 450mm internal Diametre circular or 455 mm x 610mm clear inside opening rectangular cast iron manhole cover and frame ISI marked as per IS12592-2002 including carriage from the stores of the Engineer-in-charge to site of work, loading, unloading including stacking and setting the same to correct lines and levels in 1:2 cement sand mortar over manholes including cement concrete copping (1:2:4)around the frame etc.Dia of steel for lifting hook is 16mm.

Heavy duty a 560mm i/d having weight 208 Kg. as per ISI each 226.70 11085.94 249.37 11108.61

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500mm i/d having weight 170 Kg. as per ISI each 209.06 9251.80 229.97 9272.71

Light duty a Rectangular single/double seal pattern 610mm x 610mm clear inside opening (Weight as per I.S.I) each b Rectangular single/double seal pattern 450mm x 450mm clear inside opening (Weight as per I.S.I) each c Circular single/double seal pattern clear circular 500 mm inside opening (Weight as per I.S.I) each d Circular single/double seal pattern clear circular 450 mm inside opening (Weight as per I.S.I) each 183.04 226.70 226.70 226.70 226.70 209.06 9225.78 1990.09 1789.83 1731.74 1676.54 1539.01 201.34 249.37 249.37 249.37 249.37 229.97 9244.08 2012.76 1812.50 1754.41 1699.21 1559.92 183.04 9225.78 201.34 9244.08 183.04 9225.78 201.34 9244.08 183.04 9225.78 201.34 9244.08

R.C.C. Manhole cover a b c d e f 560mm i/d Extra heavy duty 560mm i/d Heavy duty 500mm i/d Heavy duty 560mm i/d Medium duty 500mm i/d Medium duty Light duty Rectangular single/double seal pattern 610mm x 610mm clear inside opening each g Light duty Rectangular single/double seal pattern 450mm x 450mm clear inside opening each h Light duty Circular single/double seal pattern clear circular 500 mm inside opening Light duty Circular single/double seal pattern clear circular 450 mm inside opening 87.33 1155.23 96.06 1163.96 87.33 1237.36 96.06 1246.09 each each each each each

each

87.33

948.11

96.06

956.84

each

87.33

1027.07

96.06

1035.80

29.37 Foot Rest for Manhole.

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Providing M.S. foot rests made of 20x20 mm square bar including fixing in manholes with 20x20x10 cm cement concrete blocks 1:2:4 (1 cement: 3 coarse sand : 6 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size) as per standard design.

each b Providing orange colour safety footrest of minimum 6mm thick plastic encapsulated as per IS:10910 on 12mm dia steel bar confirming to IS: 1786 having minimun cross section as 23mm x 25mm and over all minimum length 263mm and width as 165mm with minimum 112mm space between protruted legs having 2mm tread on top surface by ribbing or chequering besides necessary and adequate anchoring projections on tail length on 138 mm as per standard drawing and suitable to with stand the bend test and chemical resistance test as per specification and having manufacturer's permanent identification mark to be visible even after fixing, including fixing in manholes with 30x15x11.5cm cement concrete block 1:2:4 (1 cement: 2 sand: 4 stone aggragate) complete as per design.

55.58

168.03

61.14

173.59

each c Replacement of M.S. foot rests made of 20x20 mm square bar in manholes including dismantling concrete blocks and fixing with 20x20x10 cm cement concrete blocks 1:2:4 (1 cement: 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size).

19.08

116.10

20.99

118.01

each 29.38 Blank

84.70

197.15

93.17

205.62

29.39 Blank

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29.40 Providing & erection of RCC ventilation column having minimum 200mm internal Diametre and a height of 11 ms above ground level including caps, cowls or wiredomes, etc. complete fixing and setting the same in position and embeding in foundation block including cost of foundation complete.

a b

11 m. Height 9 m. Height

each each

11510.33 43360.12

12661.36

44511.15

6944.20 33976.37 7638.62 34670.79

PAINTING VENT SHAFTS 29.41 Blank

29.42 Blank

29.43 Blank

29.44 Blank

29.45 Finishing RCC vent shafts minimum 200mm internal Diametre with exterior decorative cement based paints on new work two coats to give and even finish.

a b

11 m. Height R.C.C. ventilator shaft 9 m. Height R.C.C. ventilator shaft

each each

270.57 221.51

666.78 545.87

297.63 243.66

693.84 568.02

29.46 Providing and Finishing RCC vent shafts minimum 200mm internal Diametre with exterior decorative cement based paints on old work one coat to give an even shade.

a b

11 m. Height R.C.C. ventilator shaft 9 m. Height R.C.C. ventilator shaft

each each

180.30 147.60

304.08 248.93

198.33 162.36

322.11 263.69

29.47 Construction of pressure type Circular sewer in RCC / Brick complete as per drawing and design(For Low Sub - Soil water conditions) Type I

a b

760mm i/d P.T. sewer 840mm i/d P.T. sewer Page 344

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1170.44 1230.61

5035.18 1287.48 5379.42 1353.67

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915mm i/d P.T. sewer 990mm i/d P.T. sewer 1065mm i/d P.T. sewer 1145mm i/d P.T. sewer 1220mm i/d P.T. sewer 1295mm i/d P.T. sewer 1370mm i/d P.T. sewer 1450mm i/d P.T. sewer 1525mmi/d P.T. sewer

1292.56 1389.93 1478.57 1568.10 1657.57 1744.28 1835.72 1920.19 2008.41

5617.63 1421.82 6028.09 1528.92 6391.62 1626.43 6816.56 1724.91 7183.92 1823.33 7536.61 1918.71 7908.95 2019.29 8259.13 2112.21 8625.41 2209.25

5746.89 6167.08 6539.48 6973.37 7349.68 7711.04 8092.52 8451.15 8826.25

29.48 Construction of pressure type Circular sewer in RCC / Brick complete as per drawing and design(Under Medium Sub - Soil water conditions) Type II

a b c d e f g h i j k

760mm i/d P.T. sewer 840mm i/d P.T. sewer 915mm i/d P.T. sewer 990mm i/d P.T. sewer 1065mm i/d P.T. sewer 1145mm i/d P.T. sewer 1220mm i/d P.T. sewer 1295mm i/d P.T. sewer 1370mm i/d P.T. sewer 1450mm i/d P.T. sewer 1525mmi/d P.T. sewer

m m m m m m m m m m m

1204.87 1294.36 1383.84 1480.61 1573.85 1910.09 2016.57 2105.32

5658.20 1325.36 6047.26 1423.80 6423.05 1522.22 6856.68 1628.67 7270.40 1731.24 8943.08 2101.10 9422.03 2218.23

5778.69 6176.70 6561.43 7004.74 7427.79 9134.09 9623.69

9812.21 2315.85 10022.74

2219.46 10297.97 2441.41 10519.92 2322.15 10762.26 2554.37 10994.48 2425.94 11218.33 2668.53 11460.92

29.49 Construction of pressure type Circular sewer in RCC / Brick complete as per drawing and design(Under High Sub - Soil water conditions) Type III

a b

760mm i/d P.T. sewer 840mm i/d P.T. sewer

m m

1340.55 1441.87

6553.10 1474.61 7018.90 1586.06

6687.16 7163.09

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915mm i/d P.T. sewer 990mm i/d P.T. sewer 1065mm i/d P.T. sewer 1145mm i/d P.T. sewer 1220mm i/d P.T. sewer 1295mm i/d P.T. sewer 1370mm i/d P.T. sewer 1450mm i/d P.T. sewer 1525mmi/d P.T. sewer

3 m m m m m m m m m

1666.00 1780.68 1890.44 2024.35

8021.09 1832.60 8554.97 1958.75 9060.70 2079.48

8187.69 8733.04 9249.74

9919.09 2226.79 10121.53

2163.70 10816.80 2380.07 11033.17 2276.79 11364.86 2504.47 11592.54 2390.97 11920.34 2630.07 12159.44 2509.94 12498.95 2760.93 12749.94 2622.98 12793.09 2885.28 13055.39

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29.48 Blank

29.49 Blank

29.50 Blank

29.51 Blank

29.52 Blank

29.53 Blank

29.54 Blank

29.55 Blank

29.56 Blank

29.57 Blank

29.58 Blank

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Salt Glazed Stone ware Pipes sewers and Drains

29.63 Providing, lowering, cutting & jointing salt Glazed Stone


ware Pipes and Specials ISI marked as per IS 651-2007 class Sp-1 into Trenches for all depths and Laying out the same to correct alignment, Gradients, levels etc., In Trenches including all dressing and trimming of bed and sides of trenches, if required trimming and cutting of concrete beds and joints holes, supporting the pipes and specials, in correct position in a suitable rigid manner while the same are being jointed and until the surrounding benching, haunching and envelopes are completed. The sewer shall rest on the bed at every point through-out its length and to ensure this, it shall be grouted in without extra charge by the contractor with 1:3 cement sand mortar including jointing of pipes and specials in trenches, using cement sand mortar 1:1 and best white italian spun yarn, finishing and trowelling of each joint at an angle of 45degree with the longitudinal axes of pipe, watering, keeping the joint covered and wetted till the same are cured, testing the sewerage line for leakage and making all leakages and defects good as laid in the contract specification, chipping and finishing the cut surface to uniform finish to the entire satisfaction of engineer-incharge Including all cartage etc.

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100mm i/d pipe 150mm i/d pipe 200mm i/d pipe 250mm i/d pipe 300mm i/d pipe 400mm i/d pipe 450mm i/d pipe Page 347

m m m m m m m

71.79 95.03 103.69 183.32 211.75 233.42 318.07

164.31 265.65 309.15 500.53 692.37 1587.56 2854.13

78.97 104.53 114.06 201.65 232.93 256.76 349.88

171.49 275.15 319.52 518.86 713.55 1610.90 2885.94

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500mm i/d pipe 550mm i/d pipe 600mm i/d pipe

375.13 409.56 334.62

2436.08 4002.18 4771.93

412.64 450.52 368.08

2473.59 4043.14 4805.39

29.64 Providing, Lowering, jointing and cutting of Plain and


Reinforced Cement Concrete spigot and socketed Pipes and Specials with inside H.D.P.E. lining ISI marekd as per IS code IS 458-2003 into Trenches for all Depths and Laying out the same to correct alignment, gradients, levels etc. including all dressing and trimming and cutting of concrete beds and joints holes, supporting the pipes and specials in correct position in a suitable rigid manner while the same are being jointed and until the surrounding benchings, haunches and envelopes are completed. The pipes shall rest on the beds at all joints through their lengths and to ensure this, they shall be grouted in where necessary including jointing the socketed pipe with cement sand mortar 1:1 after stretching and fixing of rubber ring, facing, troweling and finishing the joints at an angle of 45 degree, keeping the joint covered and wetted till the same are cured, testing the pipes for leakage and making good the same leakage and all defects to the entire satisfaction of the Engineer-in-charge including all cartage etc.

R.C.C. pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining class- NP-3 a b c d e f g h i j 400mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 450mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 500mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 600mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 700mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 800mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 900mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 1000mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 1100mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 1200mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining
m m m m m m m m m m

244.07 289.92 324.20 399.17 452.81 557.93 673.42 743.69 906.00 988.47

1565.77 268.48 2320.53 318.91 2660.01 356.62 3288.89 439.09 4435.94 498.09 5370.12 613.72 6260.61 740.76 7147.93 818.06 8716.05 996.60 9579.53 1087.32

1590.18 2349.52 2692.43 3328.81 4481.22 5425.91 6327.95 7222.30 8806.65 9678.38

R.C.C. pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining class- NP-4 a b c d e f g h i j 400mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 450mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 500mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 600mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 700mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 800mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 900mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 1000mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 1100mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining 1200mm i/d pipe with inside H.D.P.E. lining
m m m m m m m m m m

244.07 1625.85 268.48 1650.26 289.92 2524.80 318.91 2553.79 324.20 2901.52 356.62 2933.94 399.17 3577.26 439.09 3617.18 452.81 4832.45 498.09 4877.73 557.93 6085.04 613.72 6140.83 673.42 7077.66 740.76 7145.00 743.69 8085.14 818.06 8159.51 906.00 9887.56 996.60 9978.16 988.47 10871.19 1087.32 10970.04

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7

29.65 Providing, Stringing out U.P.V.C. Pipes casting as per IS:15328-2003 class-SN-8 along the trenches and laying the same in Trenches to correct alignment and gradients, cutting and jointing including cost of specials complete as per specifications. a b c d e f 110mm o/d pipe 125mm o/d pipe 160mm o/d pipe 200mm o/d pipe 250mm o/d pipe 315mm o/d pipe 9.40 9.49 12.54 18.03 22.25 28.57 309.79 395.19 632.54 987.68 1532.59 2491.74 10.34 10.44 13.79 19.83 24.48 31.43 310.73 396.14 633.79 989.48 1534.82 2494.60

m m m m m m

29.66 Blank

29.67 Blank

29.68 Blank

Plain and Reinforced Concrete Pipes 29.69 Providing, Lowering, jointing and cutting of Plain and Reinforced Cement Concrete spigot and socketed Pipes and Specials with rubber ring ISI marekd as per IS code IS 458-2003 into Trenches for all Depths and Laying out the same to correct alignment, gradients, levels etc. including all dressing and trimming and cutting of concrete beds and joints holes, supporting the pipes and specials in correct position in a suitable rigid manner while the same are being jointed and until the surrounding benchings, haunches and envelopes are completed. The pipes shall rest on the beds at all joints through their lengths and to ensure this, they shall be grouted in where necessary including jointing the socketed pipe with cement sand mortar 1:1 after stretching and fixing of rubber ring, facing, troweling and finishing the joints at an angle of 45 degree, keeping the joint covered and wetted till the same are cured, testing the pipes for leakage and making good the same leakage and all defects to the entire satisfaction of the Engineer-in-charge including all cartage etc.

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23.00

353.43

25.30

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Description

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Plains

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Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

b c d e f g h i j k l

150mm i/d pipe 200mm i/d pipe 225mm i/d pipe 250mm i/d pipe 300mm i/d pipe 350mm i/d pipe 400mm i/d pipe 450mm i/d pipe 500mm i/d pipe 600mm i/d pipe 700mm i/d pipe

30.51 39.05 47.28 45.57 53.84 60.13 154.43 175.86 197.26 235.75 286.93 352.43 412.20 502.09 590.39 676.37

390.97 459.59 527.90 544.21 678.64 811.10 995.51 1197.17 1482.92 1977.99 2533.82 3164.05 3884.67 4755.56 5132.24 6804.26

33.56 42.96 52.01 50.13 59.22 66.14 169.87 193.45 216.99 259.33 315.62 387.67 453.42 552.30 649.43 744.01

394.02 463.50 532.63 548.77 684.02 817.11 1010.95 1214.76 1502.65 2001.57 2562.51 3199.29 3925.89 4805.77 5191.28 6871.90

m 800mm i/d pipe n o p q B 900mm i/d pipe 1000mm i/d pipe 1100mm i/d pipe 1200mm i/d pipe

R.C.C. Pipe NP -2 a b c d e f 100mm i/d pipe 150mm i/d pipe 200mm i/d pipe 225mm i/d pipe 250mm i/d pipe 300mm i/d pipe
m

23.00 30.51 39.05 47.28 45.57 55.17

307.77 348.92 399.51 467.82 496.15 583.85

25.30 33.56 42.96 52.01 50.13 60.69

310.07 351.97 403.42 472.55 500.71 589.37

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Sub-mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

g h i j k l

350mm i/d pipe 400mm i/d pipe 450mm i/d pipe 500mm i/d pipe 600mm i/d pipe 700mm i/d pipe

60.13 154.43 175.86 197.26 235.75 286.93 352.43 412.20 502.09 590.39 676.37

720.98 851.33 1000.12 1211.37 1630.75 1935.45 2634.17 3200.99 3987.78 4646.81 5113.68

66.14 169.87 193.45 216.99 259.33 315.62 387.67 453.42 552.30 649.43 744.01

726.99 866.77 1017.71 1231.10 1654.33 1964.14 2669.41 3242.21 4037.99 4705.85 5181.32

m 800mm i/d pipe n o p q C 900mm i/d pipe 1000mm i/d pipe 1100mm i/d pipe 1200mm i/d pipe

R.C.C. Pipe NP -3 a b c d e f g h i j k l 100mm i/d pipe 150mm i/d pipe 200mm i/d pipe 225mm i/d pipe 250mm i/d pipe 300mm i/d pipe 350mm i/d pipe 400mm i/d pipe 450mm i/d pipe 500mm i/d pipe 600mm i/d pipe 700mm i/d pipe
m

23.00 30.51 39.05 47.28 45.57 55.17 68.39 240.13 273.00 305.82 378.59 429.77

383.46 421.01 579.75 618.02 646.34 800.13 1269.94 1561.83 1835.01 2102.13 2541.37 3469.68

25.30 33.56 42.96 52.01 50.13 60.69 75.23 264.14 300.30 336.40 416.45 472.75

385.76 424.06 583.66 622.75 650.90 805.65 1276.78 1585.84 1862.31 2132.71 2579.23 3512.66

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Sub-mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

m 800mm i/d pipe n o p q D 900mm i/d pipe 1000mm i/d pipe 1100mm i/d pipe 1200mm i/d pipe

535.26 652.17 719.21 887.50 967.77

4236.02 4947.70 5645.55 6895.23

588.79 717.39 791.13 976.25

4289.55 5012.92 5717.47 6983.98 7673.06

7576.28 1064.55

R.C.C. Pipe NP -4 a b c d e f g h i j k l 100mm i/d pipe 150mm i/d pipe 200mm i/d pipe 225mm i/d pipe 250mm i/d pipe 300mm i/d pipe 350mm i/d pipe 400mm i/d pipe 450mm i/d pipe 500mm i/d pipe 600mm i/d pipe 700mm i/d pipe
m

23.00 30.51 39.05 47.28 45.57 55.17 68.39 240.13 273.00 305.82 378.59 429.77 535.26 652.17 719.21 887.50 967.77

413.50 451.05 639.82 678.09 706.42 872.22 1299.98 1621.91 1955.17 2288.37 2781.68 3800.11 4440.29 5578.51 6366.48 7796.39

25.30 33.56 42.96 52.01 50.13 60.69 75.23 264.14 300.30 336.40 416.45 472.75 588.79 717.39 791.13 976.25

415.80 454.10 643.73 682.82 710.98 877.74 1306.82 1645.92 1982.47 2318.95 2819.54 3843.09 4493.82 5643.73 6438.40 7885.14 8664.33

m 800mm i/d pipe n o p q 900mm i/d pipe 1000mm i/d pipe 1100mm i/d pipe 1200mm i/d pipe

8567.55 1064.55

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Unit

Plains

Sub-mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

29.70 Making soak pit 2.5 m Diametre 3.0 m deep with 45 x 45 cm dry brick honey comb shaft with bricks of class designation 75 and S.W. drain pipe 100 mm Diametre, 1.8 m long complete as per standard design. With F.P.S. bricks 1 Soak Pit

1510.20 19869.62 1661.22 20020.64

29.71 Constructing soak pit 1.20x1.20x1.20m filled with brickbats including S.W. drain pipe 100 mm Diametre and 1.20 m long complete as per standard design. 1 Soak Pit 29.72 Blank 104.09 2627.62 114.50 2638.03

29.73 Blank

29.74 Providing & Fixing of road gully grating and frame Fixing and erecting the same in position to correct lines and levels in 1:2 cement sand mortar complete as per drawing /specifications and to the entire satisfaction of Engineer-in-Charge. a b Fibre Reinforced Road Gully grating & frame610mmx457mm C.I. Road Gully grating & frame having weight 77 Kg.610mmx457mm

each each

144.01 144.01

1059.48 5078.36

158.41 158.41

1073.88 5092.76

29.75 Blank

29.76 Blank

29.77 Blank

29.78 Constructing Punjab Standard Drain, type house connection complete consisting of cement concrete drain moulded and laid over lime concrete foundation, rendered and finished smooth with 6mm thick rendering concrete to be of 1:2:5 parts by volume of cement :sand: stone bajri and rendering to be 1:1 cement sand mortar. m 29.79 Constructing Punjab standard drain type I as above. m 29.80 Constructing Punjab standard drain type II as above. m Page 353 120.49 315.52 132.54 327.57 69.48 143.19 76.43 150.14 45.04 98.04 49.54 102.54

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Description

Unit

Plains

Sub-mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

29.81 Constructing Punjab standard drain type III as above. m 29.82 Constructing Punjab standard drain type IV as above. m 29.83 Blank 191.90 467.48 211.09 486.67 156.72 390.75 172.39 406.42

29.84 Constructing brick masonry manhole in cement mortar 1:5 ( 1 cement : 5 coarse sand ) R.C.C. top slab with 1:2:4 mix (1 cement: 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size), foundation concrete 1:4:8 mix (1 cement: 4 coarse sand : 8 graded stone aggregate 40mm nominal size) inside plastering 12mm thick with cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement: 3 coarse sand) finished with floating coat of neat cement and making benching in cement concrete 1:2:4 (1 cement : 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 20mm nominal size) finished with a floating coat of neat cement, Orange coloured PVC steps including FRCC cover with frame (light duty) 455x610 mm internal dimensions.complete as per standard design. a b c d Inside size 75x120 cm and 120 cm deep each Inside size 90x150 cm and 120 cm deep each Inside size 120x180 cm and 120 cm deep each Inside size 150x180 cm and 120 cm deep each 3464.11 19219.68 3810.52 19566.09 3076.47 17027.97 3384.12 17335.62 2500.02 15430.10 2750.02 15680.10 2018.91 12870.14 2220.80 13072.03

29.85 Constructing brick masonry manhole in cement mortar 1:5 ( 1 cement : 5 coarse sand ) with RCC core wall between masonary, R.C.C. top slab with 1:2:4 mix (1 cement: 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size), foundation concrete 1:4:8 mix (1 cement: 4 coarse sand : 8 graded stone aggregate 40mm nominal size) inside plastering 12mm thick with cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement: 3 coarse sand) finished with floating coat of neat cement and making benching in cement concrete 1:2:4 (1 cement : 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 20mm nominal size) finished with a floating coat of neat cement, Orange coloured PVC steps including FRCC cover with frame (light duty) 455x610 mm internal dimensions.complete as per The size and specification for manholes having standard design. (In water logged area). corewall depends upon the starata of soil and depth of sewer so it is not possible to have standard size of MH hence deleted. each 3807.60 24167.45 4188.36 24548.21 a Inside size 75x120 cm and 120 cm deep each 4467.34 27751.30 4914.07 28198.03 b Inside size 90x150 cm and 120 cm deep each 5394.84 32780.47 5934.32 33319.95 c Inside size 120x180 cm and 120 cm deep each 6075.46 36601.66 6683.01 37209.21 d Inside size 150x180 cm and 120 cm deep Page 354 CSR - 2010

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Plains

Sub-mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

29.86 Extra cost for every additional depth of 0.300 m. 1.80 m depth for manholes with RCC core wall between masonary, in water logged area. Deleted as mentioned in item No.29.85. a Inside size 75x120 cm each Depth of 0.30 m. each Depth of 0.30 m. each Depth of 0.30 m. each Depth of 0.30 m.

540.82

3180.35

594.90

3234.43

Inside size 90x150 cm

620.33

3590.93

682.36

3652.96

Inside size 120x180 cm

752.06

4356.49

827.27

4431.70

Inside size 150x180 cm

812.44

4673.01

893.68

4754.25

29.87 Extra cost for every additional depth of 0.300 m. upto 1.80 m depth for manholes. a Inside size 75x120 cm each Depth of 0.30 m. each Depth of 0.30 m. each Depth of 0.30 m. each Depth of 0.30 m.

213.86

1136.87

235.25

1158.26

Inside size 90x150 cm

253.02

1329.69

278.32

1354.99

Inside size 120x180 cm

308.80

1613.22

339.68

1644.10

Inside size 150x180 cm

334.92

1741.76

368.41

1775.25

29.88 Extra cost for every additional depth of 0.300 m. From 1.80 m. upto 3.60 m depth for manholes a Inside size 75x120 cm each Depth of 0.30 m. b Inside size 90x150 cm each Depth of 0.30 m.

224.60

1216.25

247.06

1238.71

267.36

1435.53

294.10

1462.27

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Description

Unit

Plains

Sub-mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Inside size 120x180 cm

each Depth of 0.30 m. each Depth of 0.30 m.

319.56

1692.60

351.52

1724.56

Inside size 150x180 cm

345.66

1821.14

380.23

1855.71

29.89 Construction of brick masonry inspection chambers size as given below upto 0.60 m average depth in 1:5 cement sand mortar, lime concrete with 40 per cent lime mortar 2:3 in foundation, cement concrete 1:2:4 benching 12.50mm thick cement plaster 1:2 with a floating coat of 1mm thick of neat cement, R.C.C. 1:2:4 slabs 100mm thick cement concrete topping 50mm thick with 455mm x 455mm, 455mm x 610mm inside light duty C.I. inspection chamber cover and frame (Weight as per I.S.I specifications) painted with 3 coats of black bitumastic paint conforming to I.S.I complete as per standard design.

(a) Size 450mm x 450mm inside with RCC 455mm x 455mm cover and frame light duty double seal each (b) 450mm x 600mm inside with 455mm x 610mm cover and frame light duty double seal each (c) 600mm x 900mm inside with 455mm x 455mm cover and frame light duty double seal each 29.90 Extra for every 0.30 m depth of inspection chamber. (a) 450mm x 450mm each Depth of 0.30 m. each Depth of 0.30 m. each Depth of 0.30 m. 1221.33 7444.55 1343.46 7566.68 941.65 6220.86 1035.82 6315.03 711.46 5397.99 782.61 5469.14

136.48

593.78

150.13

607.43

(b) 450mm x 600mm

154.30

662.05

169.73

677.48

(c) 600mm x 900mm

213.91

895.73

235.30

917.12

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Plains

Sub-mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

29.91 Constructing Brick masonry ventilating chambers as per standard drawing including dressing of beds and sides of chamber to exact profiles 15cm. Lime concrete 16:24:100 (as specified in item No. 10.3) in foundation, first class brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:5, cement concrete 1:2:4 for reinforced concrete work in slab, 12.5mm thick cement plaster 1:2 rendered with a floating coat of neat cement 1mm thick over exposed brick tablet and inside walls, lime pointing 2:3 on outside complete and as required by the Engineer-In-Charge. each 29.92 Constructing brick masonry road gully chambers as per standard drawings (as per sizes given below) including dressing of beds and sides of chambers to exact profiles, 15cm thick lime concrete 16:24:100 (as per specified in item No. 10.3) in foundation, first class brick work laid in cement sand mortar 1:5, 40mm thick cement concrete 1:2:4 topping inside the chamber with a floating coat of 1.5mm thick neat cement laid in one operation to the topping, the entire inner surface of the chamber rendered with neat cement not less than 12.50mm in thickness of 1:2 cement sand plaster and finished with a floating coat of neat cement 1mm thick left absolutely smooth polished and correct to templates including labour for fixing the C.I. road gully grating and frame including paint with coal tar (as specified in item No. 29.74) complete and to the requirement of the Engineer-InCharge. 1,642.65 6,872.97 1,806.92 7,037.24

Single road gully chamber :a b Size 610mm x 457mm x 800mm Size 610mm x 457mm x 1105mm each each 566.28 684.05 3284.21 3910.46 622.91 752.46 3340.84 3978.87

Double road gully chamber :a b Size 1448mm. x 457mm. x 800mm. Size 1448mm. x 457mm. x 1105mm. each each 1030.12 1227.17 5861.53 1133.13 6888.89 1349.89 5964.54 7011.61

29.93 Reduction for every 7.50cm depth of road gully chamber from the rate of item No. 29.92 above :-

(a) Single road gully chamber. (b) Double road gully chamber.

each each

29.66 49.77

157.91 259.73

32.63 54.75

160.88 264.71

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Plains

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Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

29.94 Making connection of drain or sewer line with existing manhole including breaking into and making good the walls, floors with cement concrete 1:2:4 mix (1 cement: 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size) cement plastered on both sides with cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement : 3 coarse sand) finished with a floating coat of neat cement and making necessary channels for the drain etc. complete.

For pipes 100 to 200 mm Diametre

One connec tion One connec tion

114.73

146.92

126.20

158.39

For pipes 250 to 450 mm Diametre

152.29

207.36

167.52

222.59

29.95 Making connection of sewer line with existing manhole including breaking into and making good the walls, floors with cement concrete 1:2:4 mix (1 cement: 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size) cement plastered on both sides with cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement : 3 coarse sand) finished with a floating coat of neat cement and making necessary channels for the drain etc. complete. a For pipes 760 mm Diametre One connec tion

4674.81

6431.29 5142.29

6898.77

29.96 Dismantling of manhole including R.C.C. top slab, C.I. cover with frame including stacking of useful materials near the site including disposal of unserviceable material within 100 m. as desired by Engineer-in-charge. a b c d Rectangular deep Rectangular deep Rectangular deep Rectangular deep manhole 75x120 cm and 45 cm each manhole 90x150 cm and 45 cm each manhole 120x180 cm and 45 cm each manhole 150x180 cm and 45 cm each 1301.04 1301.04 1301.04 1301.04 1139.53 1139.53 1139.53 1139.53 871.72 871.72 871.72 871.72 648.68 648.68 648.68 648.68

29.97 Extra for depth of manholes dismantled for additional depth of 0.300 m. including disposal of dismantled material within 100 m. as desired by Engineer-incharge. a b c Rectangular manhole 75x120 cm Rectangular manhole 90x150 cm Rectangular manhole 120x180 cm Page 358 each each each 82.09 97.02 119.41 82.09 97.02 119.41 82.09 97.02 119.41 82.09 97.02 119.41

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains

Sub-mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Rectangular manhole 150x180 cm

each

129.37

129.37

129.37

129.37

29.98 Raising manhole cover and frame slab to required level including dismantling existing slab and making good the damage as required including disposal of dismantled material within 100 m. as desired by Engineer-in-charge (Raising depth of manhole to be paid separately). a Inside size 75x120 cm each 839.47 3205.27 923.42 3289.22

b c d

Inside size 90x150 cm Inside size 120x180 cm Inside size 150x180 cm

each each each

1152.70 1695.42 2031.45

4378.88 1267.97 6435.57 1864.96 7651.87 2234.60

4494.15 6605.11 7855.02

29.99 Dismantling of old S.W. pipes including breaking of joints and bed concrete stacking of useful materials and disposal of unserviceable materials within 100 m. as desired by Engineer-in-Charge. a 100 mm Diametre m 17.69 17.69 19.46 19.46

150 mm Diametre

19.57

19.57

21.53

21.53

200 mm Diametre

20.82

20.82

22.90

22.90

230 mm Diametre

21.44

21.44

23.58

23.58

250 mm Diametre

22.07

22.07

24.28

24.28

300 mm Diametre

23.31

23.31

25.64

25.64

350 mm Diametre

26.85

26.85

29.54

29.54

400 mm Diametre

29.35

29.35

32.29

32.29

450 mm Diametre

30.60

30.60

33.66

33.66

29.100 Disilting of main sewerage line of size 760mm dia to onwards by silt clearing machine. m 29.101 Disilting of sewerage sludge from manhole including rehandling of sludge within 50 m. a Depth upto 3 m. Page 359 cum 671.39 671.39 738.53 738.53 325.44 325.44 357.98 357.98

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Description

Unit

Plains

Sub-mountainous

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Depth above 3 m.

cum

895.17

895.17

984.69

984.69

29.102 Rate for making sewer connection of 12" & 16" i/d newly laid sewer with existing manhole of 30" i/d & above P/T sewer including cost of pluging & desilting One Connec of Manholes. tion 29.103 Rate for making sewer connection of 8" & 10" i/d newly laid pipe sewer with existing manhole including One cost of pluging & desilting of Manholes. Connec tion

---

3797.15

---

3797.15

---

495.50

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495.50

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CHAPTER NO. 30 SANITARY INSTALLATIONS


Notes :(i) All the labour rates provided under this chapter includes the carriage of material within a radius of 5km of the site of work. The labour as well as through rates provided under this chapter include the wastage and breakage of various material during construction Provision has been made under this chapter for sanitary fittings of best indian make to the approval of the Engineer-in-charge. In this connection the Superintending Engineer will circulate from time to time the list of fittings of best Indian manufacture

(ii)

(iii)

(iv) Sr. No.

Separate rates have been provided for different type of fittings, pipes and specials for different sizes. Description Unit Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5 Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 SANITARY FITTINGS (A) Water closet suites 30.1 Providing and fixing in position Chinaware Indian type water closet sizes 580mm (to the approval of the Engineer-in-charge)suiteconsisting of pair of Chinaware foor rest, 10 ltr. PVC flushing cistern supported on angle iron bracket including cost of long bend 32 mm dia complete in all respect and to the entire satisfaction of engineer in charge. 30.2 Providing and fixing in position Chinaware Indian Orisa water closet sizes 580mm (to the approval of the Engineer-in-charge) suiteconsisting of 10 ltr. PVC flushing cistern supported on angle iron bracket including cost of long bend 32 mm dia complete in all respect and to the entire satisfaction of engineer in charge. Providing and fixing in position Chinaware Anglo Indian water closet with P trap or S trap (to the approval of the Engineer-incharge) suite-consisting of 10 ltr. PVC flushing cistern ISI marked supported on angle iron bracket, short bend 32 mm dia including cost of solid white cover complete in all respect and to the entire satisfaction of engineer in charge.

each

1076.82

2964.61 1184.50

3072.29

each

1076.82

3592.85 1184.50

3700.53

30.3

each

1076.82

5040.78 1184.50

5148.46

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Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 30.4

2 Providing and fixing in position Chinaware European type water closet P trap or S trap (to the approval of the Engineer-in-charge) suite-consisting of 10 ltr. PVC flushing cistern supported on angle iron bracket, short bend 32 mm dia including cost of solid white cover complete in all respect and to the entire satisfaction of engineer in charge. Providing and fixing in position Chinaware European type water closet Suit syphonic type with P trap or S trap (to the approval of the Engineer-in-charge) suite-consisting of 10 ltr. PVC flushing cistern including cost of solid white cover complete in all respect and to the entire satisfaction of engineer in charge. Single trap syphonic W.C. suite white with 'P' or 'S' trap Double trap syphonic W.C. suit white with 'P' or 'S' trap Extra for providing and fixing 10 litres capacity Chinaware low level flushing cistern with PVC internal fitting, instead of 10 litres capacity PVC flushing cistern. Extra for providing and fixing C.P. Brass long flush bend 32mm instead of PVC long bend.

each

1076.82

3665.30 1184.50

3772.98

30.5

(A)

each

1076.82

7298.54 1184.50

7406.22

(B)

each

1076.82

9132.90 1184.50

9240.58

30.6

each

---

786.15

---

786.15

30.7 A

each 30.7 B Extra for providing and fixing C.P. Brass short flush bend 32mm instead of PVC short bend. Providing and fixing jet spray with 2'-6" long PVC pipe. a b 30.9 With C.P. Brass nut With UPVC nut each each

---

377.63

---

377.63

each

---

169.36

---

169.36

30.8

128.06 128.06

388.96 356.93

140.87 140.87

401.77 369.74

Providing and fixing plastic hygenic seat with lid complete. (a) White plastic hygenic seat with lid complete Black plastic hygenic seat with lid complete

each

128.06

676.20

140.87

689.01

(b)

each

128.06

485.10

140.87

497.91

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Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 2 30.10 Providing and fixing in position Chinaware wall hunged European type water closet Suit single syphonic type with P trap or S trap (to the approval of the Engineer-in-charge) suiteconsisting of with or without 10 ltr. chinaware matching flushing cistern and solid cover complete in all respect and to the entire satisfaction of engineer in charge. a Chinaware wall mounted E W.C. type suite single syphonic matching chinaware cistern 10 ltr. Capacity and P.V.C cover. Chinaware wall mounted E.W.C type suite single syphonic without cistern and matching P.V.C cover.

each

1076.82

8646.57 1184.50

8754.25

each

1076.82

5519.11 1184.50

5626.79

30.11 Providing and fixing in position Metropole flush valve dual flow (Concealed body) with control cock operation plate 32mm size C.P. Brass. 30.12 Providing and fixing in position Grab Bar Jaquar make vista range or equivalent fixed in to wall with C.P brass screws complete in all respects including cutting and making good the walls etc. (a) 300 mm (b) (c) 30.13 Blank 450 mm 600 mm

each

102.43

2677.17

112.67

2687.41

each each each

64.02 64.02 64.02

865.05 979.48 1093.92

70.42 70.42 70.42

871.45 985.88 1100.32

30.14 Blank

- URINALS

30.15 Providing & fixing in position best Indian make (to be approval of the Engineer-incharge) vitreous Chinware white flat back or angular lipped front urinal size 440 x 315 x 265 mm C.P. brass flexible tube connection 450 mm long. 30.16 Blank

each

595.88

1527.36

655.47

1586.95

30.17 Blank

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Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 30.18 Blank

30.19 Extra for providing and fixing G.I. 32mm waste pipe for urinal. each 30.20 Extra for providing and fixing PVC 32mm waste pipe upto floor level and plumber joint. 30.21 Providing and fixing in position best Indian make vitreous Chinaware white large flat back or angular lipped front urinal 610 mm high (610 mm x 400 mm x 380mm) consisting of C.P. waste 32 mm dia C.P. brass spreader, complete. 30.22 Blank 51.24 432.30 56.36 437.42

each

128.06

185.28

140.87

198.09

each

794.51

3818.80

873.96

3898.25

30.23 Blank

30.24 Blank

30.25 Providing and fixing in position best Indian make vitreous Chinaware white stall urinal 1140 mm high consisting of consisting of C.P. waste 32 mm dia, C.P. brass spreader, C.P. brass flexible tube connection 450 mm long. 30.26 Extra cost for pastel colour instead of white W.C. vitreous fixtures. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Chinaware Indian type water closet sizes 580mm Chinaware Indian Orisa water closet sizes 580mm Chinaware Anglo Indian water closet with P trap or S trap Chinaware European type water closet P trap or S trap Chinaware European type water closet Suit syphonic type with P trap or S trap Chinaware wall mounted E W.C. type suite single syphonic matching chinaware cistern 10 ltr. Capacity and P.V.C cover.

each

794.51

6980.76

873.96

7060.21

each each each each

---------

863.51 1209.05 2158.78 1402.26

---------

863.51 1209.05 2158.78 1402.26

each

---

3421.95

---

3421.95

(f)

each

---

3880.14

---

3880.14

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Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (g)

(h)

(i)

2 Chinaware wall mounted E.W.C type suite single syphonic without cistern and matching P.V.C cover. Vitreous Chinware automatic flushing cistern 10 Litres capacity including PVC fittings. Chinaware wall mounted E.W.C type suite single syphonic without cistern and matching P.V.C cover.

each

---

2160.04

---

2160.04

each

---

937.79

---

937.79

each

---

505.39

---

505.39

30.27 Extra cost for pastel colour instead of white Urinals vitreous fixtures. (a) Chinware white flat back or angular lipped front urinal size 44 x 31.50 x 26.50 mm Chinaware white large flat back or angular lipped front urinal 610 mm high (610 mm x 400 mm x 380mm) Chinaware Anglo Indian water closet with P trap or S trap

each

---

300.21

---

300.21

(b)

each each

-----

1296.53 3146.91

-----

1296.53 3146.91

(c)

30.28 Extra cost for pastel colour instead of white vitreous Chinaware Lavatory suites. (a) Lavatory suites Size 450mmx300mm each --325.39 --325.39

(b)

Lavatory suites Size 550mmx400mm

each

---

383.93

---

383.93

(c)

Lavatory suites Size 630mmx450mm

each

---

551.97

---

551.97

(d)

Lavatory suites Size 660mmx460mm

each

---

802.47

---

802.47

(e)

Lavatory suites (with full antisplashrim) Size 510mmx400mm Lavatory suites (with full antisplashrim) Size 530mmx430mm Lavatory suites (with full antisplashrim) Size 610mmx510mm Lavatory suites (with full antisplashrim) Size 630mmx450mm Lavatory suites (with full antisplashrim) Size 630mmx510mm Lavatory suites (with full antisplashrim) Size 690mmx550mm

each

---

415.39

---

415.39

(f)

each

---

519.24

---

519.24

(g)

each

---

865.40

---

865.40

(h)

each

---

3146.91

---

3146.91

(i)

each

---

3461.60

---

3461.60

(j)

each

---

4090.98

---

4090.98

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Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 30.29 Blank

30.30 Providing and fixing vitreous Chinware automatic flushing cistern 10 Litres capacity including PVC fittings and brackets complete. 30.31 Providing and fixing PVC automatic flushing cistern 10 Litres capacity including PVC fittings and brackets complete. 30.32 Providing and fixing accessory fittings in PVC automatic flushing cistern 10 Litres capacity complete. 30.33 Providing and fixing PTMT 15 mm Urinal A spreader size 95x69x100 mm with 1/2" BSP thread and shapes, weighing not less than 60gms. 30.33 Providing and fixing PTMT urinal cock 15 B mm nominal bore, 80mm long. 42 mm high and 30mm wide with BSP female threads weighing not less than 48gms of approved quality and colour. 30.34 Extra for Providing and fixing standard size C.P brass flush pipe complete with fittings instead of G.I flush pipe 600mm long to the wash basin or urinals complete. 30.35 Blank

each

128.06

1918.94

140.87

1931.75

each

128.06

1132.78

140.87

1145.59

each

128.06

780.33

140.87

793.14

each

32.02

164.76

35.22

167.96

each

32.02

135.01

35.22

138.21

---

-66.37

---

-66.37

30.36 Providing and fixing different type of urinals. A i ii Marble Partition

partitions

for

15 to 20 mm thick Dungri marble partitions size 375mm x 750mm 15 to 20 mm thick Grenite stone partitions size 375mm x 750mm Vitreous white Chinaware Partition Small partitions 300mm Large partitions 355mm size size 680mm 835mm x

each each

375.07 139.62

1194.41 1148.92

412.58 153.58

1231.92 1162.88

B i ii

each x each

139.62 139.62

1053.94 2714.36

153.58 153.58

1067.90 2728.32

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Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (C)

2 Lavatory suites

30.37 Providing and fixing in position best Indian make white ordinary lavatory suites consisting of C.P. brass waste 32mm dia, pair of angle iron bracket with one C.P. brass tap complete. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Size 450mmx300mm Size 550 mm x 400 mm Size 630 mm x 450 mm Size 660 mm x 460 mm each 30.38 Providing and fixing in position best Indian make lavatory suites (with full anti-splashrim in vitreous Chinaware consisting of C.P. brass waste 32mm dia, pair of angle iron bracket with one C.P. brass tap complete. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Size 510mm x 400mm Size 530mm x 430mm Size 610mm x 510mm Size 630mm x 450mm Size 630mm x 510mm Size 690mm x 550mm each each each each each each 1094.95 1094.95 1094.95 1094.95 1094.95 1094.95 2794.29 1204.45 2983.09 1204.45 3612.48 1204.45 7760.68 1204.45 8332.84 1204.45 9477.17 1204.45 2903.79 3092.59 3721.98 7870.18 8442.34 9586.67 1094.95 3555.26 1204.45 3664.76 each each each 1094.95 1094.95 1094.95 2687.86 1204.45 2794.29 1204.45 3099.82 1204.45 2797.36 2903.79 3209.32

30.39 Providing and fixing in position best Indian make chromium plated brass 2nd tap for lavatory suite. 30.40 (a) Providing and fixing in position best Indian make C.P brass basin mixer complete instead of piller tap. Providing and fixing in position best Indian make C.P. brass three tap holes mixer with pop up waste instead of one No. pillar tap and C.P. brass waste Jaquar or equivalent make.

each

35.29

618.90

38.82

622.43

each

141.16

1596.75

155.28

1610.87

(b)

each 30.41 Providing and fixing in position best Indian make C.P elbow action pillar tap or C.P elbow action bib cock.

93.16

2403.57

102.48

2412.89

each

93.16

1008.62

102.48

1017.94

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Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 2 30.42 Providing and fixing in position 32 mm dia G.I waste pipe embedded in wall 2.8 mm thick upto floor level including cost of wipped solder joint etc. complete as required by the Engineer in charge.

each 30.43 Providing and fixing vitreous chinaware standard pedestal for wash basin. a b Vitreous chinaware standard white pedestal for wash basin. Extra cost for pastel colour instead of white vitreous Chinaware pedestal for wash basin. each

227.37

745.75

250.11

768.49

56.46

937.59

62.11

943.24

each

---

484.63

---

484.63

30.44 Providing and fixing in position best Indian A make chromium plated brass, Bottle trap 32mm dia with 40 mm seal . 30.44 Providing and fixing PTMT Bottle trap 31mm B single piece moulded with height of 270mm, effective length of tail pipe 260mm from the centre of the waste coupling 77mm breadth with 25mm minimum water seal, weighing not less than 260gms for Wash basin and sink. (D) Sinks

each

56.46

831.17

62.11

836.82

each

56.46

388.32

62.11

393.97

30.45 Blank

30.46 Providing and fixing in position best Indian make vitreous Chinaware sinks consisting of C.P. brass waste 40mm with rubber plug and C.P. brass chain and a pair of C.I. brackets complete. (a) (b) Size 600 mm x 450 mm x 200 mm Size 600 mm x 450 mm x 250 mm each each 909.44 909.44 4239.44 1000.38 4343.57 1000.38 4330.38 4434.51

30.47 Providing and fixing in position best quality stainless steel sinks with complete fitting. (a) Size 600 mm x 450 mm x 200 mm (Net size excluding flat edge) each 909.44 6458.30 1000.38 6549.24

30.48 Blank

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Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 2 30.49 Providing and fixing in position best Indian make vitreous Chinaware drainage board with iron bracket for building into wall including painting cutting and making good the walls etc. white. (a) (b) (c) 30.50 Blank 530 mm x 460 mm 460 mm x 390 mm x 200mm 530 mm x 450 mm x 200mm

each each each

256.10 256.10 256.10

1657.91 2058.42 1425.61

281.71 281.71 281.71

1683.52 2084.03 1451.22

30.51 Blank

30.52 Providing and fixing in position best Indian make vitreous Chinaware white laboratory sinks consisting of a pair of brackets, C.P. brass waste 40mm (to the approval of the Engineer - In-Charge). (a) (b) (c) Size 450 mm x 300 mm x 150 mm Size 600 mm x 400 mm x 200 mm Size 600 mm x 400 mm x 250 mm each each each 909.44 909.44 909.44 2700.32 1000.38 4183.37 1000.38 4286.35 1000.38 2791.26 4274.31 4377.29

30.53 Providing and fixing 40 mm i/d G.I waste pipe embedded in walls 3.00 mm thick upto floor level as required by the Engineer-inCharge including cost of union. 30.54 Providing and fixing 40 mm i/d chromium plated brass trap with Chromium plated brass pipe to wall with wall flange, complete (as per requirement of the Engineer-inCharge) for use with sinks. (a) 30.55 Blank 30.56 Providing and fixing in position best Indian make shower with 15 or 20 mm i/d Inlet. (a) C.P. brass shower size 100 / 125 mm dia C.P. brass telephonic shower with tube and hook Page 369 With bottle trap (Indian make)

each

99.31

465.50

109.24

475.43

each

56.46

954.76

62.11

960.41

each

14.85

493.18

16.34

494.67

(b)

each

14.85

1144.30

16.34

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 2 30.57 Providing and fixing in position paper holders fixed in to wall with C.P brass screws complete in all respects including cutting and making good the walls etc.

(a)

Chromium plated brass toilet paper holder Vitreous Chinaware white toilet paper holder

each

64.02

622.45

70.42

628.85

(b)

each

64.02

338.66

70.42

345.06

30.58 Providing and fixing in position towel rails / ring fixed in with rawl plugs embedded in walls with brass screws, complete in all respects including cutting and making good the walls etc.

(a)

C.P. brass towel Rails size 20mm dia 750mm long C.P. brass towel Rails size 20mm dia 600mm long C.P. brass towel Rails size 20mm dia 460mm long

each

85.54

1058.22

94.09

1066.77

(b)

each

85.54

918.61

94.09

927.16

(c)

each

85.54

870.55

94.09

879.10

(d) (e)

C.P brass towel ring Acrylic towel Rails size 20mm dia 750mm long Acrylic towel Rails size 20mm dia 600mm long Acrylic glass shelve

each

85.54

647.40

94.09

655.95

each

85.54

486.06

94.09

494.61

(f)

each each

85.54 85.54

440.28 211.42

94.09 94.09

448.83 219.97

(g)

30.59 Providing and fixing in position glass shelf A fixed in with rawl plugs with C.P brass screws complete including cutting and making good the walls etc. (a) C.P. brass brackets and guard rails size 600mmx125mm C.P. brass brackets and guard rails corner size 450mmx450mm

each

128.06

906.20

140.87

919.01

(b)

each

128.06

814.66

140.87

827.47

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Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 2 30.59 Providing and fixing in position Acrylic shelf B with Acrylic guard rails fixed in with rawl plugs with C.P brass screws complete including cutting and making good the walls etc. (a) (b) 600 mm x 125 mm plain Corner size 450mmx450mm

each each

128.06 128.06

471.36 528.58

140.87 140.87

484.17 541.39

30.60 Providing and fixing in position best Indian make soap dish fixed into wall with C.P brass screws and complete in all respects including cutting and making good the walls etc. (a) (b) (c) C.P. brass soap dish Large C.P. brass soap dish Small Vitreous Chinaware soap dish size 150mm x 150mm Vitreous Chinaware soap dish size 200mm x 100mm each each 14.12 14.12 437.52 414.64 15.53 15.53 438.93 416.05

each

14.12

231.54

15.53

232.95

(d)

each

14.12

270.45

15.53

271.86

30.61 Providing & Fixing in position best indian make bevelled edge 5mm thick mirror mounted on 4mm thick Cardboard sheet ground fixed in position by means of 4 nos. chromium plated brass screws and washers over rubber washers and rawl plugs embedded in the walls or chromium plated brass clamps with C.P. brass screws (as required by the Engineer-in- Charge) complete including cutting and making good the walls etc. (a) (b) Size 600mmx450mm Size 550mmx400mm each each 256.10 256.10 792.62 720.81 281.71 281.71 818.23 746.42

30.62 Providing & Fixing in position brass oxidized gas taps (to the approval of the Engineer-inCharge) complete in all respects. (a) (b) (c) (d) One way Two way Three way Four way Page 371 each each each each 35.86 35.86 35.86 35.86 196.07 310.50 424.93 539.37 39.45 39.45 39.45 39.45 199.66 314.09 428.52 542.96 CSR - 2010

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

30.63 Providing & Fixing in position best Indian make coat and hat hooks fixed into wall with c.p. brass screws and rawl plugs etc. complete including cutting and making good the walls etc. (a) C.P. Brass coat and hat hook one way C.P. Brass coat and hat hook Two way Aluminium coat and hat hook one way Aluminium coat and hat hook Two way

each

16.90

188.55

18.59

190.24

(b)

each each

16.90 16.90

300.69 42.08

18.59 18.59

302.38 43.77

(c) (d)

each

16.90

53.52

18.59

55.21

30.63 Providing & Fixing in position best Indian B make coat and hat hooks fixed into wall with c.p. brass screws and rawl plugs etc. complete including cutting and making good the walls etc. (a) C.P. Brass khunti with 4 pegs each 33.79 457.19 37.17 460.57

(b)

C.P. Brass khunti with 6 pegs

each

33.79

491.52

37.17

494.90

(c)

Aluminium khunti with 4 pegs

each

33.79

148.22

37.17

151.60

(d)

Aluminium khunti with 6 pegs

each

33.79

234.05

37.17

237.43

30.64 Providing & Fixing in position C.P. Brass A flange under various fixtures complete in all respects (as required by the Engineer-inCharge) 30.64 Providing & Fixing in position C.P. Brass B extension piece 15mm dia, 15mm long or 25mm long or 40mm long with various fixtures complete in all respects (as required by the Engineer-in- Charge) 30.65 Providing & Fixing in postion 15 mm i/d bib cock of best quality (as approved by the Engineer-in-charge). (a) (b) C.P. brass Bib cock long nose C.P. brass Bib cock

each

8.46

42.79

9.31

43.64

each

8.46

100.01

9.31

100.86

each each

35.86 35.86

763.66 611.46

39.45 39.45

767.25 615.05

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Description

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Sub-Mountainous

1 (c) (d) (e)

2 C.P. brass Bib cock push type Brass Bib cock 15mm x 400gm Brass Nozel Bib cock 250gm. 15mm x

3 each each

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate 4 5 6 7 35.86 402.05 39.45 405.64 35.86 333.39 39.45 336.98

each

19.77

179.98

21.75

181.96

(f)

PVC Bib cock / Stop cock / Angle cock 15mm PVC Pillar tap

each each

35.86 35.86

193.77 237.26

39.45 39.45

197.36 240.85

(g)

30.66 Providing & Fixing in postion stop cock / Angle valve (as approved by the Engineer-incharge). (a) C.P.brass 15mm stop cock Male and female end C.P.brass 15mm cock with flange. Concealed stop each 58.74 819.72 64.61 825.59

each

32.27

578.11

35.50

581.34

(b)

(c)

C.P.brass 15mm Concealed Angle valve C.P.brass 20mm stop cock C.P.brass 20mm concealed stop cock with Flange UPVC 15mm stop cock Male and female end UPVC 15mm Concealed stop cock with flange. UPVC 15mm Concealed Angle valve

each each

58.74 32.27

604.58 592.99

64.61 35.50

610.45 596.22

(d) (e)

each

58.74

1001.67

64.61

1007.54

(f)

each

32.27

169.59

35.50

172.82

(g)

each

58.74

272.73

64.61

278.60

(h)

each (i) (j) UPVC 20mm stop cock UPVC 20mm concealed stop cock with Flange each

58.74 32.27

225.81 197.05

64.61 35.50

231.68 200.28

each

58.74

288.75

64.61

294.62

30.67 Providing & Fixing in postion liquid soap container of best quality (as required by the Engineer-in-charge). (a) C.P. brass liquid soap container (Heavy type) (b) Acrylic liquid soap container (Heavy type)

each each

8.75 8.75

580.92 294.83

9.63 9.63

581.80 295.71

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 2 30.68 Providing & fixing 15 mm C.P brass laboratory cock swan neck of best quality (to the approval of the Engineer-in- Charge) (a) Laboratory cock swan neck One Way

each (b) Laboratory cock swan neck Two Way each (c) Laboratory cock swan neck Three Way

25.61

772.86

28.17

775.42

25.61

1341.59

28.17

1344.15

each

25.61

1429.70

28.17

1432.26

30.69 Providing & fixing in position best Indian make tooth brush cum Tooth paste holder fixed in with rawl plugs with C.P brass screws complete including cutting and making good the walls etc. (a) C.P. brass Tooth Brush cum Tooth Paste holder (b) (c) C.P. brass Tooth Brush holder Acrylic Tooth Brush cum Tooth Paste holder Acrylic Tooth Brush holder

each each

8.75 8.75

209.01 180.40

9.63 9.63

209.89 181.28

each each

8.75 8.75

180.40 180.40

9.63 9.63

181.28 181.28

(d)

30.70 Providing & fixing in position best Indian make tumbler cum Tooth brush holder fixed in with rawl plugs with C.P brass screws complete including cutting and making good the walls etc. (a) C.P. brass tumbler cum Tooth brush holder Acrylic tumbler cum Tooth brush holder

each

8.75

209.01

9.63

209.89

(b)

each

8.75

209.01

9.63

209.89

30.71 Providing & fixing in position best Indian make C.P brass wall mixer 15 mm. (a) (b) With Telephonic Shower Without Telephonic shower. each each 51.24 51.24 3646.73 1976.01 56.36 56.36 3651.85 1981.13

30.72 Providing & fixing in position best Indian make PVC flexible tube connection. (a) PVC tube connection of size 15 mm x 300 mm with C.P. Brass nut

each

25.61

105.71

28.17

108.27

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 25.61 Through Rate 5 111.44

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 28.17 Through Rate 7 114.00

1 (b)

2 PVC tube connection of size 15 mm x 375 mm with C.P. Brass nut PVC tube connection of size 15 mm x 450 mm with C.P. Brass nut PVC tube connection of size 15 mm x 300 mm with UPVC nut PVC tube connection of size 15 mm x 375 mm with UPVC nut PVC tube connection of size 15 mm x 450 mm with UPVC nut

3 each

(c)

each

25.61

117.16

28.17

119.72

(d)

each

25.61

64.52

28.17

67.08

(e)

each

25.61

69.09

28.17

71.65

(e)

each

25.61

75.96

28.17

78.52

30.73 Providing & fixing in position best Indian make C.P. Copper tube connection. (a) (b) (c) (d) C.P. copper tube connection of size 15 mm x 300 mm with C.P. Brass nut C.P. copper tube connection of size 15 mm x 375 mm with C.P. Brass nut C.P. copper tube connection of size 15 mm x 450 mm with C.P. Brass nut C.P. copper tube connection of size 15 mm x 600 mm with C.P. Brass nut each each each each 25.61 25.61 25.61 25.61 128.60 140.04 153.78 176.67 28.17 28.17 28.17 28.17 131.16 142.60 156.34 179.23

30.74 Providing and fixing in position H.C.I. soil waste vent or antisyphonage pipes to I.S.I. specification of E.D.C manufacture or of any other reputed firm including cutting, jointing, wastage, but excluding cost of lead jointing.

(a)

150mm i/d H.C.I. pipe lines laid complete 100mm i/d H.C.I. pipe lines laid complete 75mm i/d H.C.I. pipe complete lines laid

50.70

1302.71

55.77

1307.78

(b)

50.70

743.99

55.77

749.06

(c)

50.70

622.64

55.77

627.71

30.74 Providing and fixing in position Centrifugally (ii) cast iron soil waste vent or antisyphonage pipes to I.S.I. specification of E.D.C manufacture or of any other reputed firm including cutting, jointing, wastage, but excluding cost of lead jointing. (a) 160mm i/d Centrifugally cast iron pipe lines laid complete

50.70

2416.55

55.77

2421.62

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 50.70 Through Rate 5 1307.52

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 55.77 Through Rate 7 1312.59

1 (b)

2 110mm i/d Centrifugally cast iron pipe lines laid complete 75mm i/d Centrifugally cast iron pipe lines laid complete

3 m

(c)

27.94

1067.28

30.73

1070.07

30.74 Providing and fixing in position SWR UPVC (iii) soil waste vent or antisyphonage pipes as per IS -13592 including cutting, jointing, wastage, but excluding cost of lead jointing. A Double socket A Type (a) (b) (c) 160mm i/d SWR UPVC pipe lines laid complete 110mm i/d SWR UPVC pipe lines laid complete 75mm i/d SWR UPVC pipe lines laid complete m m m 50.70 50.70 50.70 398.79 194.16 134.21 55.77 55.77 55.77 403.86 199.23 139.28

Double socket B Type (a) (b) (c) 160mm i/d SWR UPVC pipe lines laid complete 110mm i/d SWR UPVC pipe lines laid complete 75mm i/d SWR UPVC pipe lines laid complete m m m 50.70 50.70 50.70 508.97 261.21 196.99 55.77 55.77 55.77 514.04 266.28 202.06

30.75 Providing and fixing in position C.I. gully trap cover weighing approximately 7.26 kg and frame for gully trap chamber clear opening size 300mm x 300mm and out side size 330mmx330mm including painting the exposed surface with 3 coats of black bitumastic superior paint of approved manufacture etc. 30.76 Providing and fixing in position gratings 150mm x 150mm for gully trap. (a) H.C.I. grating including painting with black bitumastic superior paint of approved manufacture three coats. (b) PVC grating

each

33.84

632.97

37.22

636.35

each each

16.23 15.36

74.58 45.11

17.85 16.90

76.20 46.65

30.77 Providing lead caulked joints to H.C.I. pipes and specials conforming to I.S.I. Specification of E.L.C. manufacture or any other reputed firm including cost of lead yarn, fuel and tools etc. (a) (b) 150mm i/d (1.60 kg.) 100mm i/d (1.36 kg.) Page 376 each each 111.97 81.97 391.18 318.90 123.17 90.17 402.38 327.10 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 69.17 Through Rate 5 267.14

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 76.09 Through Rate 7 274.06

1 (c)

2 75mm i/d (1.13 kg.)

3 each

30.78 Providing & Fixing in position M.S or heavy flat iron clamps made out of M.S flat iron not less than 5 mm of the approved design for fixing C.I. soil waste, vent or antisyhonage pipes to walls complete in all respects including cutting and making good the walls and floors etc. and painting. (a) M.S. Holder bats clamps for 100mm i/d H.C.I. pipes M.S. Holder bats clamps for 75mm i/d H.C.I. pipes

each

51.22

158.79

56.34

163.91

(b)

each

51.22

140.48

56.34

145.60

30.79 Providing and fixing H.C.I. Floor traps conforming to I.S.I. Specification of reputed firm of the self cleaning design with C.P. brass hinged grating with frame with or without vent arm and including cement concrete 1:2:4 under and around the floor trap where required upto floor level complete in all respects including cutting and making good the walls and floors,etc. minimum depth of water should be 150mm with a minimum seal 50mm. (a) (b) (c) 30.80 Blank With 75mm i/d outlet deep seal With 75mm i/d outlet shallow seal With 100mm i/d outlet shallow seal each each each 256.10 256.10 256.10 875.78 730.45 839.15 281.71 281.71 281.71 901.39 756.06 864.76

30.81 Providing and fixing in position H.C.I special for soil waste vent or anti syphonage pipes to I.S.I specifications of E.L.C manufacture or any other reputed firm including cutting and wastage etc. cutting holes in walls roofs or floors etc. and making good to its original condition but excluding cost of lead joining. (a) For 100mm i/d pipes (i) (ii) 100mm i/d H.C.I. Heal Rest Bend 100mm i/d Single junction with door 100mm x 100mm x 100mmx 100mm each 51.24 418.57 56.36 423.69

each

51.24

639.42

56.36

644.54

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 Through Rate 5 607.39 427.73 395.68 290.41 446.04 220.60

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 Through Rate 7 612.51 432.85 400.80 295.53 451.16 225.72

1 (iii)

2 100mm i/d Single junction 100mm x 100mm x 100mm 100mm i/d Bend with door 100mm i/d Bend plain 100mm i/d Cowls

3 plain each each each each each each

(iv) (v) (vi)

(vii) 100mm i/d Door piece (viii) 100mm i/d Collars (ix) 100mm i/d Off sets 75mm projection

each (x) 100mm i/d Off sets 100mm projection each (xi) 100mm i/d Off sets 150mm projection each (xii) 100mm i/d P-Trap (xiii) 100mm i/d Tail Piece 300mm (xiv) 100mm i/d Tail Piece 600mm (xv) 100mm i/d Tail Piece 900mm (xvi) 100mm i/d Tail Piece 1200mm (b) For 75mm i/d pipes (i) (ii) 75mm i/d H.C.I. Heal Rest Bend 75mm i/d Single junction with door 100mm x 100mm x 100mmx 100mm each (iii) 75mm i/d Single junction 100mm x 100mm x 100mm 75mm i/d Bend with door 75mm i/d Bend plain 75mm i/d Cowls plain each each each each each each each each each each each each each

51.24

444.89

56.36

450.01

51.24

617.69

56.36

622.81

51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24

652.02 575.34 356.78 577.63 737.84 909.49

56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36

657.14 580.46 361.90 582.75 742.96 914.61

51.24

331.61

56.36

336.73

51.24

455.19

56.36

460.31

51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 28.24 51.24 51.24

434.60 341.90 301.85 233.19 293.73 191.99 323.59

56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 31.06 56.36 56.36

439.72 347.02 306.97 238.31 296.55 197.11 328.71

(iv) (v) (vi)

(vii) 75mm i/d Door piece (viii) 75mm i/d Collars (ix) 75mm i/d Off sets 75mm projection

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 51.24 Through Rate 5 537.59

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 56.36 Through Rate 7 542.71

1 (x)

2 75mm i/d Off sets 100mm projection

3 each

(xi) 75mm i/d Off sets 150mm projection each (xii) 75mm i/d P-Trap (xiii) 75mm i/d Tail Piece 300mm (xiv) 75mm i/d Tail Piece 600mm (xv) 75mm i/d Tail Piece 900mm (xvi) 75mm i/d Tail Piece 1200mm 30.81 Providing and fixing in position Centrifugally (ii) cast iron special for soil waste vent or anti syphonage pipes to I.S.I specifications of E.L.C manufacture or any other reputed firm including cutting and wastage etc. cutting holes in walls roofs or floors etc. and making good to its original condition but excluding cost of lead joining. A For 110mm i/d pipes (i) 110mm i/d Centrifugally cast iron Heal Rest Bend 110mm i/d Single junction with door 100mm x 100mm x 100mmx 100mm each (iii) 110mm i/d Single junction 100mm x 100mm x 100mm 110mm i/d Bend with door 110mm i/d Bend plain 110mm i/d Cowls plain each each each each each each 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 560.47 411.71 365.94 268.66 472.35 197.71 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 565.59 416.83 371.06 273.78 477.47 202.83 28.24 627.87 31.06 630.69 each 28.24 365.82 31.06 368.64 each each each each each 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 28.24 28.24 560.47 393.40 292.69 465.49 600.41 766.34 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 31.06 31.06 565.59 398.52 297.81 470.61 603.23 769.16

(ii)

(iv) (v) (vi)

(vii) 110mm i/d Door piece (viii) 110mm i/d Collars (ix) 110mm i/d Off sets 75mm projection

each (x) 110mm i/d Off sets 100mm projection each (xi) 110mm i/d Off sets 150mm projection each (xii) 110mm i/d P-Trap Page 379 each

51.24

411.71

56.36

416.83

51.24

577.63

56.36

582.75

51.24 51.24

611.96 537.59

56.36 56.36

617.08 542.71 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 Through Rate 5 388.82 566.19 726.39 911.78

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 Through Rate 7 393.94 571.31 731.51 916.90

2 (xiii) 110mm i/d Tail Piece 300mm (xiv) 110mm i/d Tail Piece 600mm (xv) 110mm i/d Tail Piece 900mm (xvi) 110mm i/d Tail Piece 1200mm

3 each each each each

For 75mm i/d pipes (i) 75mm i/d Centrifugally cast iron Heal Rest Bend 75mm i/d Single junction with door 100mm x 100mm x 100mmx 100mm each (iii) 75mm i/d Single junction 100mm x 100mm x 100mm 75mm i/d Bend with door 75mm i/d Bend plain 75mm i/d Cowls plain each each each each each each each 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 400.27 357.92 280.11 217.17 339.62 175.98 331.61 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 405.39 363.04 285.23 222.29 344.74 181.10 336.73 28.24 405.87 31.06 408.69 each 28.24 285.72 31.06 288.54

(ii)

(iv) (v) (vi)

(vii) 75mm i/d Door piece (viii) 75mm i/d Collars (ix) 75mm i/d Off sets 75mm projection (x) 75mm i/d Off sets 100mm projection

each (xi) 75mm i/d Off sets 150mm projection each (xii) 75mm i/d Tail Piece 300mm (xiii) 75mm i/d Tail Piece 600mm (xiv) 75mm i/d Tail Piece 900mm (xv) 75mm i/d Tail Piece 1200mm 30.81 Providing and fixing in position SWR UPVC (iii) special for soil waste vent or anti syphonage pipes as per as per IS - 14735 including cutting and wastage etc. cutting holes in walls roofs or floors etc. and making good to its original condition but excluding cost of lead joining. each each each each

51.24

538.73

56.36

543.85

51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24

563.90 313.29 446.04 573.06 726.39

56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36

569.02 318.41 451.16 578.18 731.51

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 A

2 For 110mm i/d pipes (i) 110mm i/d Centrifugally cast iron Heal Rest Bend 110mm i/d Single junction with door 100mm x 100mm x 100mmx 100mm

each

51.24

403.69

56.36

408.81

(ii)

each (iii) 110mm i/d Single junction 100mm x 100mm x 100mm 110mm i/d Bend with door 110mm i/d Bend plain 110mm i/d Cowls plain each each each each each each each each each

51.24

280.11

56.36

285.23

51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24

243.48 166.99 132.48 85.57 177.12 109.60 251.50 348.77 575.34

56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36

248.60 172.11 137.60 90.69 182.24 114.72 256.62 353.89 580.46

(iv) (v) (vi)

(vii) 110mm i/d Door piece (viii) 110mm i/d Collars (ix) 110mm i/d P-Trap (x) 110mm i/d Tail Piece 300mm

(xi) 110mm i/d Tail Piece 600mm (xii) 110mm i/d Off sets 75mm projection

each (xiii) 110mm i/d Off sets 100mm projection each (xiv) 110mm i/d Off sets 150mm projection each

51.24

419.72

56.36

424.84

51.24

590.22

56.36

595.34

51.24

630.27

56.36

635.39

For 75mm i/d pipes (i) 75mm i/d Centrifugally cast iron Heal Rest Bend 75mm i/d Single junction with door 100mm x 100mm x 100mmx 100mm each (iii) 75mm i/d Single junction 100mm x 100mm x 100mm 75mm i/d Bend with door 75mm i/d Bend plain 75mm i/d Cowls plain each each each each 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 169.11 132.48 115.32 78.70 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 174.23 137.60 120.44 83.82 51.24 180.55 56.36 185.67 each 51.24 319.01 56.36 324.13

(ii)

(iv) (v) (vi)

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains

Sub-Mountainous

2 (vii) 75mm i/d Door piece (viii) 75mm i/d Collars (ix) 75mm i/d P-Trap (x) 75mm i/d Tail Piece 300mm

3 each each each each each each each each

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate 4 5 6 7 51.24 137.07 56.36 142.19 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 51.24 99.31 222.89 314.44 491.81 634.85 795.05 348.77 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 56.36 104.43 228.01 319.56 496.93 639.97 800.17 353.89

(xi) 75mm i/d Tail Piece 600mm (xii) 75mm i/d Tail Piece 900mm (xiii) 75mm i/d Tail Piece 1200mm (xiv) 75mm i/d Off sets 75mm projection (xv) 75mm i/d Off sets 100mm projection

each (xvi) 75mm i/d Off sets 150mm projection each 30.82 Blank

51.24

557.04

56.36

562.16

51.24

586.78

56.36

591.90

30.83 Blank

30.84 Blank

30.85 Cutting chase in brick walls in cement or in floor for embedding G.I. or C.I pipes lines and making good the same to its original condition. (a) (b) (c) (d) Size 75 mm x 75 mm Size 150 mm x 150 mm Size 75 mm x 50 mm Size 225 mm x 225 mm m m m m 52.50 87.89 73.48 141.02 57.75 96.68 80.83 155.12

30.86 Dismantling H.C.I Soil pipes including disposal as desired by the Engineer-inCharge. (a) (b) (c) 100mm i/d H.C.I. pipe 75mm i/d H.C.I. pipe 50mm i/d H.C.I. pipe m m m 12.88 12.20 11.75 14.17 13.42 12.93

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 2 30.87 Dismantling H.C.I specials including dismantalling of lead joints including cartage / disposal within 5 Km. (a) (b) (c) 30.88 Blank 100mm i/d H.C.I. specials 75mm i/d H.C.I. specials 50mm i/d H.C.I. specials

each each each

18.74 14.63 14.63

20.61 16.09 16.09

30.89 Dismantling heavy flat iron clamps including cartage / disposal within 5 Km. (a) (b) (c) 100mm i/d Clamps 75mm i/d Clamps 50mm i/d Clamps each each each 38.41 31.36 24.71 42.25 34.50 27.18

30.90 Painting H.C.I soil waste and vent pipes and fitting with black bitumastic ISI marked paint of approved manufacture one coat on old work. (a) (b) 100mm i/d H.C.I. Pipe 75mm i/d H.C.I. Pipe m m 5.51 4.00 13.49 9.80 6.06 4.40 14.04 10.20

30.91 Painting H.C.I soil waste and vent pipes and fitting with black bitumastic ISI marked paint of approved manufacture two coats on new work. (a) (b) 100mm i/d H.C.I. Pipe 75mm i/d H.C.I. Pipe m m 5.51 4.00 13.49 9.80 6.06 4.40 14.04 10.20

30.92 Painting H.C.I soil waste and vent pipes and fitting with I.S.I marked quality synthetic enamel paints in all shades on old work one coat paint including rubbing down old work.

(a) (b)

100mm i/d H.C.I. Pipe 75mm i/d H.C.I. Pipe

m m

5.51 4.00

13.49 9.80

6.06 4.40

14.04 10.20

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 2 30.93 Painting H.C.I soil waste and vent pipes and fitting with I.S.I marked quality synthetic enamel paints in all shades on old work two coat paint including rubbing down old work.

(a) (b) 30.94 Blank

100mm i/d H.C.I. Pipe 75mm i/d H.C.I. Pipe

m m

5.51 4.00

13.49 9.80

6.06 4.40

14.04 10.20

30.95 Blank

Internal Water Supply 30.96 Providing and fixing in position automatic brass ball valves in tanks. (a) 15mm i/d Brass ball valve with copper ball 20mm i/d Brass ball valve with copper ball 25mm i/d Brass ball valve with copper ball 32mm i/d Brass ball valve with copper ball 40mm i/d Brass ball valve with copper ball 50mm i/d Brass ball valve with copper ball 15mm i/d Brass ball valve with plastic ball with G.I. socket 20mm i/d Brass ball valve with plastic ball with G.I. socket 25mm i/d Brass ball valve with plastic ball with G.I. socket 32mm i/d Brass ball valve with plastic ball with G.I. socket 40mm i/d Brass ball valve with plastic ball with G.I. socket

each

17.07

409.58

18.78

411.29

(b)

each

17.07

612.12

18.78

613.83

(c)

each

17.07

759.74

18.78

761.45

(d)

each

17.07

1462.36

18.78

1464.07

(e)

each

17.07

2066.56

18.78

2068.27

(f)

each

17.07

2103.18

18.78

2104.89

(g)

each

17.07

303.15

18.78

304.86

(h)

each

17.07

360.37

18.78

362.08

(i)

each

17.07

646.45

18.78

648.16

(j)

each

17.07

818.10

18.78

819.81

(k)

each

17.07

1046.97

18.78

1048.68

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 17.07 Through Rate 5 1275.83

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 18.78 Through Rate 7 1277.54

1 (l)

2 50mm i/d Brass ball valve with plastic ball with G.I. socket

3 each

30.97 Providing & fixing in position PVC water storage tanks triple layer make as approves by Engineer-in-Charge including hosting and carriage from store to site of work complete with providing and fixing 15mm or 20mm internal Diametre tanki nipple complete.(Excluding cost of platform). (a) 30.98 Blank Tanks upto 1000 ltr. Capacity Litre 0.38 5.55 0.42 5.59

DRAINAGE 30.99 Providing and fixing in position gully traps fixed in cement concrete 1:4:8 complete with Grating 150mm x 150mm, cover and frame clear opening 300mm x 300mm and out of side size 330mm x 330mm and chamber including cost of all bricks work in cement morter 1:5 cement concrete 1:2:4 in coping around cover and frame etc. with three coats of black bitumastic superior paint of approved manufacture on all C.I. work as per standard design minimum depth of water should be 150 mm with a minimum seal 50mm. (a) 100mm internal Diametre S.W.gully trap with H.C.I. grating and cast iron cover weighing approximately 7.26 kg. and frame clear opening 300mm x 300mm and out of side size 330mm x 330mm 100mm internal Diametre H.C.I. gully trap with H.C.I. grating and cast iron cover weighing approximately 7.26 kg. and frame clear opening 300mm x 300mm and out of side size 330mm x 330mm 150mm internal Diametre S.W.gully trap with H.C.I. grating and cast iron cover weighing approximately 7.26 kg. and frame clear opening 300mm x 300mm and out of side size 330mm x 330mm

each

107.04

655.18

117.74

665.88

(b)

each

107.04

1255.95

117.74

1266.65

(c)

each

107.04

718.11

117.74

728.81

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 2 30.100 Providing and fixing in position best Indian make vitreous Chinaware white channel of size 600 mmx100mm including laying and fixing in cement concrete 1:2:4 complete as per required by the Engineer-in-charge. 30.101 Providing and fixing in position best Indian make air purifier complete with first change (as approved by the Engineer-in-charge in metal container C.P brass). 30.102 Providing and fixing in postion best Indian make (To the approval of Engineer-inCharge) storage type automatic electric water heater pressure / non pressure type thermostatically controlled, suitable for operation on 230 volts 50 cycles, single phase, vertical wall mounting fitted with drawable and adjustable type A.C the with emostat thermostats knob to be readily accessable through the opening of suitable cover for adjustment of temperature in the installed position of heater and the thermostat should be with drawn without having to drain the water electric heating element made out of copper tube(heating element should be easily removed and replaced in the installed position of heater) a neon indicator I Amp. inner container made out of copper tinned both from inside and outside outer container made out of mild steel sheet finished in gleaming white stove enamel paint insulated between the inner and outer with fibre glass wool with 1 meter length of suitable capacity 3 core flexible cord with plug and non-return valve plastic/lead connections or pressure release valve (Where required) complete including fixing and testing for a week (as required by the Engineer-in-Charge).

each

51.24

384.35

56.36

389.47

each

8.50

180.15

9.35

181.00

(a) (b) (c)

25 litre capacity water heater 35 litre capacity water heater 50 litre capacity water heater

each each each

256.10

7865.89

281.71 281.71 281.71

7891.50 10523.46 12468.82

256.10 10497.85 256.10 12443.21

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CHAPTER NO. 31 MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS AND FURNITURE


Notes :(i) Unless otherwise stated, the labour rates include rehandling of materials within 100 ms. Sr. No. Description Unit Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5 Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 31.1

2 Repairs to plaster in patches of area 2.5 sqm and under including cutting the patch in proper shape and preparing and plastering the surface of the walls complete including disposal of rubbish to the dumping ground within 50 ms lead :--

(a) with cement sand mortar 1:4 (b) with cement sand mortar 1:7 (c) with cement lime mortar and sand 1:1:7 31.2 Fixing chowkats in existing opening including embedding chowkats in floors or walls, cutting masonry for hold fasts embedding hold fasts in cement concrete holes with cement concrete 1:3:6, painting two coats of bitumen to sides of chowkats and making good the damages to walls and floors as required complete including disposal of rubbish to the dumping ground within 50 m lead :--

sqm sqm sqm

37.96 37.96 37.96

76.44 60.23 74.26

41.76 41.76 41.76

80.24 64.03 78.06

(a) Door chowkats (1.22 m x 2.06 m) (b) Window chowkats (1.52 m x 1.22 m)

each each

165.45 153.15

218.74 201.25

182.00 168.47

235.29 216.57

(c) Clerestorey window chowkats (1.22 m x 0.45 m) 31.3 Making the opening in brick masonry including dismantling, fixing, chowkats in floor or walls, cutting masonry & fixing hold fasts in cement concrete 1:3:6, painting two coats of coal tar to sides of chowkats and making good the damages to walls and floors complete to match the existing surface :-(a) for door chowkats (1.22 m x 2.06 m)

each

132.32

159.97

145.55

173.20

each

277.09

379.75

304.80

407.46

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains

Sub-Mountainous

2 (b) for window chowkats (1.52 m x 1.22 m) (c) for clerestorey window (1.22 m x 0.46 m)

3 each

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate 4 5 6 7 239.02 336.49 262.92 360.39

each

192.42

239.52

211.66

258.76

31.4

Providing and fixing wooden cleats of size 100mm x 75mm x 50mm to doors and windows with approved fittings including removal of old cleats where necessary, including painting, polishing or bees waxing to match the existing shade :--

(a) lst Class teak wood cleats with steel hinges and screws. (b) lst Class deodar wood cleats with steel hinges and screws. (c) Sal wood cleats with steel hinges and screws. (d) Ist class Kail wood cleats with steel hinges and screws. 31.5 Renewing glass panes with putty and nails wherever necessary :-(a) Glass panes weighing 8.44 kg/sqm (b) Glass panes weighing 10.75 kg/sqm (c) Frosted glass panes weighing 8.44 Kg/sqm 31.6 Renewing glass panes with wooden fillets wherever necessary :-(a) Glass panes weighing 8.44 kg/sqm (b) Glass panes weighing 10.75 kg/sqm (c) Frosted glass panes weighing 8.44 Kg/sqm 31.7 Renewing glass panes and refixing existing wooden fillets(a) Glass panes weighing 8.44 kg/sqm (b) Glass panes weighing 10.75 kg/sqm

each

35.43

88.27

38.97

91.81

each

35.43

85.73

38.97

89.27

each

35.43

86.68

38.97

90.22

each

35.43

79.01

38.97

82.55

sqm sqm sqm

74.03 74.03 74.03

528.81 596.66 559.66

81.43 81.43 81.43

536.21 604.06 567.06

sqm sqm sqm

75.99 75.99 75.99

481.68 549.55 512.54

83.59 83.59 83.59

489.28 557.15 520.14

sqm sqm

44.42 44.42

358.92 426.77

48.86 48.86

363.36 431.21

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Description

Unit

Plains

Sub-Mountainous

2 (c) Frosted glass panes weighing 8.44 Kg/sqm Supplying and fixing new wooden fillets wherever necessary. (a) Ist class teak wood fillets 3.20m x 0.0125m x 0.0125m (b) Ist class Deodar wood fillets 3.20m x 0.0125m x 0.0125m (c) Ist class Kail wood fillets 3.20m x 0.0125m x 0.0125m

3 sqm

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate 4 5 6 7 44.42 389.76 48.86 394.20

31.8

7.67

21.93

8.44

22.70

7.67

20.90

8.44

21.67

7.67

18.17

8.44

18.94

31.9

Renewal of old putty of Glass panes. (a) Refixing old glass panes with putty and nails. (b) Fixing old glass panes with wooden fillets. sqm 55.52 183.17 61.07 188.72

sqm

30.13

33.14

31.10 Providing and fixing 16mm. M.S. fan clamps of standard shape and size in existing R.C.C slab including cutting and making good and painting exposed portion of the clamps complete.

each

111.85

149.85

123.04

161.04

31.11 Regrading terracing of mud plaster covered with tiles or bricks in cement by dismantling tiles or bricks, removing mud plaster, preparing the surface of mud plaster to proper, slope, relaying mud plaster Gobri leaping and tiles or bricks grouted in cement mortar 1:3 (1 cement and 3 fine sand) including replacing unserviceable tiles, or bricks with new over and disposal of unserviceable material to the dumping ground within 50 m lead (The cost of new tiles or bricks excluded).

sqm

155.43

170.11

170.97

185.65

31.12 Providing and fixing cotton string 6mm. diameter (Machine made) including supplying and fixing, wherever necessary, the plate and ring as per existing fitting or as required of the clerestorey window.

(a) Mild steel plate and ring. (b) Brass plate and ring.

each each Page 389

29.73 29.73

467.21 467.21

32.70 32.70

470.18 470.18 CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

31.13 Renewing wooden battens roofs including making good the holes in wall and painting with oil type wood preservative of approved brand and manufacture complete including removal of rubbish to the dumping ground within 50 m lead.

(a) Sal wood battens. (b) Ist class deodar wood battens. (c) Ist class kail wood battens. 31.14 Renewing wooden beams in roofs including making good the holes in wall and painting with oil type wood preservative of approved brand and manufacture complete including removal of rubbish to the dumping ground within 50 m lead.

cum cum cum

3012.74 98939.45 3314.01 3012.74 96198.63 3314.01 3012.74 77013.29 3314.01

99240.72 96499.90 77314.56

(a) Sal wood beams (b) Ist class deodar wood. (c) Hollock wood beams. (d) kail wood beams. (e) Above 4.00 m and up to 5 m length :--

cum cum cum cum

2441.39 97946.61 2685.53 2441.39 95217.91 2685.53 2441.39 64292.43 2685.53 2441.39 76116.87 2685.53

98190.75 95462.05 64536.57 76361.01

(i)

Sal wood beams

cum cum cum cum

3073.47 98796.87 3380.82 3073.47 96061.87 3380.82 3073.47 76917.22 3380.82 3073.47 65065.76 3380.82

99104.22 96369.22 77224.57 65373.11

(ii) Ist class deodar wood beams (iii) lst class Kail wood beams (iv) Hollock wood beams.

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains

Sub-Mountainous

1 2 31.15 Renewing 100mm dia. 2.5 m long sal wood Ballies post embedded 60cm in the ground in a hole 45cm. dia. and 70cm deep, filled with cement concrete 1:5:10 (1 cement, 5 fine sand, 10 stone aggregate) (40 mm. nominal size) including necessary excavation cement concrete foundation & painting two coats with oil type wood preservative of approved brand and manufacture complete, including disposal of rubbish to the dumping ground within 50 m lead.

3 each

Labour Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate Rate 4 5 6 7 249.73 538.18 274.70 563.15

31.16 Raking out joints in lime or cement mortar and preparing the surface for repointing or replastering including disposal of rubish to the dumping ground within 50 m lead (excluding the cost of scraping of plaster and replastering).

sqm

54.73

94.64

60.20

100.11

31.17 Extra for making opening or recesses in A.C. corrugated/semi corrugated sheet roofing of girth not more than one m. (a) Those exceeding 100 sq cm in area. each 424.24 424.24 466.66 466.66

(b) Those exceeding 100 sq cm but not exceeding 400 sq cm in area.

each

565.64

565.64

622.20

622.20

(c) Those exceeding 400 sq cm in area.

each

707.05

707.05

777.76

777.76

31.18 Flush pointing with cement sand mortar 1:3 (1cement, 3 fine sand), mixed with 5% crude oil by weight of cement for flat tile bricks or top of mud plaster. (a) With brick tiles. (b) With modular brick tiles. sqm sqm 28.14 28.14 40.61 40.34 30.95 30.95 43.42 43.15

31.19 Spirit or Wax polishing .

(a) Tables

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4

Sub-Mountainous

1 (i) Ordinary

3
sqm of top area

Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate 5 6 7 84.50 84.50

(ii) Pedestal Type

sqm of top area

126.75

126.75

(iii) Teapoy

each

39.00

39.00

(iv) Peg table (v) Centre table (vi) Side Board.

each each
sqm of front elevationa l area

19.50 39.00 126.75

19.50 39.00

126.75

(b) Chairs (i) Office with caned back each 46.80 46.80

(ii) Office with wooden back

each

48.75

48.75

(iii) Dining with caned back

each

39.00

39.00

(iv) Dining with wooden back

each

42.90

42.90

(v) Easy chair

each

58.50

58.50

(vi) Sofa with wooden Arms

each

58.50

58.50

(vii) Sofa chair with wooden Arms (viii) Cane sofa

each each

58.50 97.50

58.50 97.50

(ix) Cane sofa chair

each

62.40

62.40

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4

Sub-Mountainous

2 (c) Almirah or chest of drawers

3 sqm of front elevatio nal area

Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate 5 6 7 104.00 104.00

(d) Hat and coat stand

sqm of front elevatio nal area

29.25

29.25

(e) Office side rack

each

39.00

39.00

(f)

Book case of almirah with glazed shutters

sqm of front elevatio nal area

62.40

62.40

(g) Commode

each

29.25

29.25

(h) Towel stand (i) (j) Bed-steads Hat-pegs

each each per set

9.75 58.50 9.75

9.75 58.50 9.75

(k) Pelmets of doors/windows 31.20 Painting one coat of I.S.I marked quality paint. (a) Wooden patras for bath room.

sqm

56.00

91.00

56.00

91.00

sqm of top area

48.00

97.50

48.00

97.50

(b) Towel stand (c) Pelmets of doors and windows

each each

48.00

97.50

48.00

97.50

10% to be added on labour charges of painting Chapter No.16 correspondingly through rate will be increased

31.21 Recaning of chairs with artificial (Plastic cane)

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4

Sub-Mountainous

2 (a) Easy chairs back and seat (Single variety) (b) Office chair back and seat (Single variety) (c) Office chair seat only (Single variety)

3 each

Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate 5 6 7 390.00 390.00

each

331.50

331.50

each

195.00

195.00

(d) Office chair back (Double variety)

each

80.00

143.00

80.00

143.00

(e) Office chair seat (Double variety)

each

80.00

143.00

80.00

143.00

31.22 Washing (a) Durries sqm 9.75 9.75

(b) Niwar of beds

each bed 100 pieces

78.00

78.00

(c) Linen

312.00

312.00

(d) Bed sheet single

each

8.00

8.00

(e) Bed sheet double

each

16.00

16.00

(f)

Pillow cover

each

4.00

4.00

(g) Towel (h) Napkin (i) (j) Quilt cover Apron

each each each each

6.00 2.40 16.00 8.00

6.00 2.40 16.00 8.00

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4

Sub-Mountainous

1 (k) Safe cover

3 set of three pieces

Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate 5 6 7 40.00 40.00

(l)

Door curtain above 2.75 Mtr.

each each each

40.00 32.00 20.00

40.00 32.00 20.00

(m) Door curtain upto 2.75 Mtr. (n) Window curtains

Note :- Cloth for above item is to be purchased and supplied departmentally.

31.23 Upholstering (a) Restuffing easy or sofa chair (b) Restuffing sofa (c) Recovering easy or sofa chair with cloth (d) Recovering sofa with cloth (e) Recovering and restuffing easy or sofa chairs each each each 240.00 480.00 273.00 546.00 240.00 240.00 480.00 273.00 546.00 240.00

each each

480.00 360.00

480.00 360.00

(f)

Restuffing and recovering sofa

each

720.00

720.00

Note : Cloth for above item is to be purchased and supplied departmentally.

31.24 Weaving charpoys (String or munj including dowens)

(a) String (San ban) (b) Munj 31.25 Dry Cleaning. (a) Woolen blanket (b) Woolen carpet (c) Door curtains

each each

120.00 96.00

546.00 312.00

120.00 96.00

546.00 312.00

each sqm per piece per piece Page 395

96.00 48.00 48.00

96.00 48.00 48.00

(d) Window curtains

48.00

48.00

CSR - 2010

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5 48.00

Sub-Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7 48.00

2 (e) Bed cover single

3 per piece per piece

(f)

Bed cover double

72.00

72.00

31.26 Shampooing with Machine. (a) Sofa set one set of five seat sqm each sqm (To be measur ed on one side only) 400.00 400.00

(b) Woolen carpet (c) Dewan Cushioned 31.27 Cleaning of glass panes both sides .

48.00 240.00 8.00

48.00 240.00 8.00

31.28 Cleaning of joinery with surf, soda and application of oil there after.

sqm (To be measur ed on both sides)

4.00

4.00

31.29 Cleaning of switch Boards. 31.30 Cleaning and polishing brass fittings with 31.31 Tinning of utensils.

each each core (20 pieces)

Rs. 320.00 to Rs. 480.00 -

0.80 3.20 -

Rs. 320.00 to Rs. 480.00 -

0.80 3.20 -

31.32 Cleaning of terrazo floors with tartric acid with granite finish including machine charges.

sqm

80.00

80.00

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4

Sub-Mountainous

1 2 31.33 Tailoring of curtains.

3 piece (1.12 m width)

Through Labour Through Rate Rate Rate 5 6 7 64.00 64.00

31.34 Providing and fixing railing for curtains.

(a) 'C' type (b) 'I' type 31.35 Providing and fixing curtain rail 1.90cm chrome-plated with end bracket. (including sockets and brackets) 31.36 Providing and fixing steel rings chromeplated 3.80 cm. dia. for curtains. 31.37 Providing and fixing plastic rings 3.80cm. dia. With hooks for curtains.

m m m -

320.00 280.00 160.00 -

320.00 280.00 160.00

100 nos

3.20

3.20

100 nos

2.40

2.40

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CHAPTER NO. 32 HORTICULTURE


Notes :(i) (ii) The rates given under this chapter are subject to the P.W.D. specifications. Stacks of well decayed farm yard manure 32.5 cm in height, shall be measured and paid for 30 cm height. The through rates include the cost of water charges. The rates noted below are applicable for gardening works in lawns of the buildings, road sides, high slopes, canal embankments and arboriculture. The depth required to be excavated for planting of trees/grass etc. shall be decided by the Engineer-in-charge with due difference to the site and climatic conditions. The procurement of earth/sludge or manure shall be from the sources as specified by the Engineerin-charge. In case these are imported from a distant place longer than the ones specified in the items additional rates shall be paid on the basis of cheapest mode of transport. The cost of saplings of trees /shrubs potted plants and specimen plant or grass etc., if specifically procured for planting shall be paid separately Description Unit For Plain Labour Through Rate Rate
1 2 3 4 5

(iii) (iv)

(v)

(vi)

Sr. No.

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

32.1 Supplying at site of work well decayed farm yard manure from approved site of work including screening and stacking. 32.2 Turfing of slopes of new banks with rough grass including prepartion of ground, Supplying and planting doob grass roots at 15 cm. apart, Supplying and spreading manture @ 0.18 cum per 100 sqm. 32.3 Turfing slopes of old banks, with rough grassing including preparation of ground, Supplying, planting doob grass roots @ 15 cm apart Supplying & spreading manure @ 0.18 cum per 100 sqm & looseningg soil with kassi. 32.4 Making lawns including ploughing & dragging with 'Sohaga' breaking of clods, removal of earth rubbish dressing & Supplying doob grass roots and planting at 15 cm. apart including Supplying and spreading of farm yard manure@ 0.18 cum per 100 sqm & loosening.

cum

375.45

413.00

sqm

2.62

10.69

2.88

10.95

sqm

2.62

10.69

2.88

10.95

sqm

4.23

12.30

4.65

12.72

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

For Plain Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

32.5 Maintenance of lawns/turfing of slopes (Rough grassing ) for a period of one year including watering etc.) 32.6 Turfing of lawns with fine grass including ploughing dressing including/breaking of clods, removal of rubbish, dressing and Supplying of doob grass roots at 10 cm. apart includng Supplying & spreading of manure @ 0.60 cum per 100 sqm. 32.7 Maintenance of lawn with fine grass mowing with the help of shrubs master for the 1st year including watering etc. 32.8 Planting permanent hedges including digging of trenches 60cm. wide and 30cm. deep, refilling the excavated earth mixed with manure supplied @ of 4.65 cum per 100 m & Supplying & planting hedge plants at 30cm. apart. 32.9 Maintaining the hedges for the first two years including watering etc. complete. 32.10 Digging of pits in all kinds of soil & refilling the same, with the excavated earth mixed with well decayed fary yard manure. (i) Size of pit 0.75X0.75 x0.75 m deep

sqm

5.26

13.02

5.79

13.55

sqm

5.81

20.97

6.39

21.55

sqm

35.04

43.79

38.54

47.29

16.22

74.95

17.84

76.57

396.22

406.26

435.84

445.88

each each

45.39 26.13

107.30 63.71

49.93 28.74

111.84 66.32

(ii) Size of pit 0.60X0.60 x0.60 m deep 32.11 Brick edging of footpaths with Ist class bricks including excavation, refilling, consolidating with hand packing and spreading neatly surplus earth within a lead of 50 m

m 32.12 Renovating the lawns including weeding, cheeling the grass, forking the ground, top dressing with sand and FYM mixture 1:1 ratio, watering and maintaining the lawns for 30 days or more, till the grass forms a thick lawn free from weeds and fit for mowing. sqm

3.57

21.48

3.93

21.84

9.73

18.23

10.70

19.20

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

For Plain Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

32.13 Half brick circular treeguard in Ist class bricks internal dia 1.25 m And height 1.2 mtrs above ground and 0.20 mtrs. Below ground bottom two courses laid dry and top three courses in cement mortar (1.6) 1 cement and 6 sand and the intermediate course. each 32.14 Providing & fixing M.S. Flat iron tree guard 60 cm dia and 2 m. High above ground level formed of 4 Nos. 25 mmx6mm and 6 Nos. 25mmx3mm vertical M/S. flat rivetted to 3 no. 75mmx6mm M.S flat iron rings in two halves bolted together with 8mm dia & 30 mm each 32.15 Providing & fixing in position PCC tree-guard with appropriate reinforcement with MS bars of 8mm, 6mm and 4mm, having four panels of equal size and specification, consisting of overall height of 1800 mm and overall width of 620 mm including all carriages. each 32.16 Supplying and planting permanent trees including digging of earth pits size 75cmx75cmx75 cm deep, refilling the excavated earth with manure supplied @ 0.113 cum each and watering Supplying through tractor tanker. 32.17 Maintenance of tree (a) Maintenance of tree for the 1st year including the watering etc. (b) Maintenance of tree for the 2nd year including the watering etc. (c) Maintenance of tree for the 3rd year including the watering etc. (d) Maintenance of tree for the 4th & 5th year including the watering etc. 32.18 Planting permanent shrubs including digging of pits on earth size 0.60mx0.60m x0.60m deep, refilling the excavated earth mixed with manure supplied @ 0.056 cum each and watering Supply through the tractor tanker each Page 400 33.09 154.51 36.40 157.82 CSR - 2010 29.29 1745.79 32.22 1748.72 764.75 2442.54 841.23 2519.02 103.23 941.01 113.55 951.33

each

51.56

270.96

56.72

276.12

each

472.28

539.67

519.51

586.90

each

393.36

461.31

432.70

500.65

each

353.89

422.98

389.28

458.37

each

306.56

375.65

337.22

406.31

Sr. No.

Description

Unit

For Plain Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

32.19 Maintenance of shrubs for one year including watering Supply through tractor tanker. each 32.20 Providing and fixing bamboo tree guard with 4 No. legs of bamboo sticks of 50mm dia and 1.5 m length. Rings of bamboos duly attached to the legs with nuts bolts and washers of 10 mm thickness and 75mm long. Legs upto 30cm. dipped in bitumen. each 32.21 Turfing of lawn with planting of selection No. 1 superior quality grass with machinery including ploughing the land, levelling and dressing, applying farm yard manure in 2.5cm layer, application of insecticide/pesticide to safe guard against soil borne diseases. sqm 32.22 Planting ground cover plants including digging and refilling of beds with excavated soil and FYM, Fertilizer and insecticides, planting of saplings at 30cm distance from plant to plant and row to row, providing and fixing brick tiles edging. 32.23 Planting flower beds including digging and refilling of beds with excavated soil and FYM, fertilizer and insecticides, planting of sapling at 30cm distance from plant to plant and row to row. 32.24 Planting rose beds including digging and refilling of beds with excavated soil and FYM, fertilizer and insecticides, planting of sapling at 0.75cm distance from plant to plant and row to row. 32.25 Creating earthen mounds, making desirable grades, plantation, brick tiles and white stones including supply of good earth, ground cover plants, rare species of plants, supplying and fixing brick tiles for making pockets, supplying white stone of average 15 cm size. sqm 27.24 539.02 29.96 541.74 18.06 48.94 19.87 50.75 19.46 797.60 21.41 799.55 236.88 292.25 260.57 315.94

sqm

39.54

177.67

43.49

181.62

sqm

39.54

190.37

43.49

194.32

sqm

39.54

175.96

43.49

179.91

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Description

Unit

For Plain Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

32.26 Planting ground cover (rare sp. plants) including digging and refilling of beds with excavated soil and FYM, fertilizer and insecticides, planting of sapling at 30cm distance from plant to plant and row to row. Providing and fixing brick tiles edging. sqm 32.27 Planting rare & specimen plants including digging and refilling of pits with excavated soil and FYM, fertilizer and insecticides, planting of sapling in position. 32.28 Maintenance of ground cover plants for one year including 27 No. waterings @ 4 waterings in the months of March, April, May and June, 2 No irrigation each in the months of February, October, November and December and one irrigation each in July, August and Sept. 32.29 Maintenance of flower beds for one year including 27 No. waterings @ 4 waterings in the months of March, April, May and June, 2 No irrigations each in the months of February, October, November and December and one irrigation each in July, August and September sqm 32.30 Maintenance of rose beds for one year including 27 No. waterings @ 4 waterings in the months of March, April, May and June, 2 No irrigations each in the months of February, October, November and December and one irrigation each in July, August and September. 32.31 Providing and fixing of steel tree guard having 3 No. legs of angle iron size 25x25x3mm, 1.80 m height, 3 No rings of M.S. bars of 8mm thickness 60cm dia and fixing of wire mesh size 3.81x7.62cm around the angle iron complete in all respects. each 701.54 1926.99 771.69 1997.14 107.03 300.25 117.73 310.95 39.54 495.22 43.49 499.17

each

51.56

728.69

56.72

733.85

sqm

110.99

157.24

122.09

168.34

sqm

110.99

158.22

122.09

169.32

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

For Plain Labour Through Rate Rate

Sub-Mountainous Region Labour Rate


6

Through Rate
7

32.32 Maintenance of lawns with superior quality grass i.e. selection No. 1 grass for one year including 27 No. waterings @ 4 waterings in the months of March, April, May and June, 2 No irrigation each in the months of February, October, November and December and one irrigation each in July, August and September. 32.33 Maintenance of earthen mounds for one year including 27 No. waterings @ 4 waterings in the months of March, April, May and June, 2 No irrigations each in the month of February, October, November and December and one irrigation each in July, August and September. 32.34 Supplying decorative plants suitable for earthen pots size 30cm dia and 30cm deep(average size),and displaying outdoor including the cost of material pot and plant and planting etc. complete in all respects. 32.35 Supplying decorative plants suitable for earthen pots size 30cm dia and 30cm deep(average size),and displaying indoor, including the cost of material, pot, plant and planter etc. complete in all respects.

sqm

29.29

41.44

32.22

44.37

sqm

8.56

14.67

9.42

15.53

each

3.89

300.59

4.28

300.98

each 32.36 Maintenance of outdoor/indoor potted plants for one year including watering, application of fertilizer,neem cake and vermi compost manure etc.

3.89

2566.36

4.28

2566.75

each

237.16

336.58

260.88

360.30

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CHAPTER NO. 33 ELECTRICAL


Sr. No. Description Unit Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5 Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 33.01 RECESSED CONDUIT PIPE WIRING SYSTEM WITH MODULAR SWITCHES: Wiring in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked), 1100volts grade to be laid in heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 20 mm/25 mm dia (1.6mm thick) ISI Marked, recessed in wall etc., complete with powder coated/anodized concealed metal boxes required for suitable number of modules, for having electronic fan regulators (two module), bell push, electronic buzzer, 3pin 6Amp., 3pin 16/20 Amp. Sockets and 6 Amp./16/20Amp. Swithces etc., and covered with Frame Plate etc., & including the cost of required number of modular switches/sockets, step type electronic fan regulator 100 watts, PVC connector (For Fan Box and Electronic Buzzer), PVC Bush, Steel Hooks, Circular Inspection Box (Recessed Type and Deep Type) conduit pipe & copper wire and other petty material etc. including the cost of cutting and filling up of chases:-

(i) a

Wiring fan point without fan box in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts (two module). per point 111.09 1096.63 122.20 1107.74

(i) b

Wiring fan point with sheet metal fan box (shape hexagonal & sheet thickness not less than 1.60 mm) in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts (two module). per point 111.09 1186.88 122.20 1197.99

(ii)

Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade. per point 91.72 723.13 100.89 732.30

(iii)

Wiring call-bell point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with bell push and electronic buzzer 230 volts AC (including the cost of bell push, electronic buzzer & powder coated concealed metal box for electronic buzzer). per point 91.72 806.91 100.89 816.08

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (iv)

2 Wiring 3 pin 6 Amp. wall socket (Shuttered) point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete with bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, 1100volts grade. Wiring 3 Pin 6 Amp. Plug control comprising wall socket (shuttered) and switch including bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete.

per point

74.59

615.84

82.05

623.30

(v)

per point (vi) Wiring 3 pin 16/20 amp. power plug control (shuttered) and switch. per point (vii) Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete without control switch. Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete with double control switches. Wiring TV sockets and Telephone socket points in powder coated/anodized concealed metal boxes recessed in wall required for suitable number of modules, for having TV sockets, Telephone sockets RJ11 & RJ45 (one module) etc., and covered with Frame Plate etc., & including the cost of required number of modular TV sockets, Telephone sockets RJ11 & RJ45 (one module) and other petty material etc. including the cost of cutting and filling up of chases:-

64.38

375.05

70.82

381.49

69.48

405.06

76.43

412.01

per point

64.38

311.68

70.82

318.12

(viii)

per point

107.49

1105.36

118.24

1116.11

(ix)

(a) (b)

Wiring TV socket point (one module) 64.38 Wiring Telephone socket point RJ11 (one module) 64.38 220.71 70.82 227.15 207.37 70.82 213.81

(c)

Wiring Telephone socket point RJ45 (one module) 64.38 437.65 70.82 444.09

33.02 RECESSED PVC CONDUIT PIPE WIRING SYSTEM WITH MODULAR SWITCHES:

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Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 Wiring in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked), 1100volts grade to be laid in heavy gauge, uPVC, fire retardant conduit pipe 20mm/25mm dia. (2mm thick) ISI Marked, recessed in wall etc., complete with powder coated/anodized concealed metal boxes required for suitable number of modules, for having electronic fan regulators, bell push, electronic buzzer, 3pin 6Amp., 3pin 16/20Amp. Sockets and 6Amp./16/20Amp. Switches (Screw Type Modular Accessories) etc., and covered with Frame Plate etc., & including the cost of required number of modular switches/sockets, step type electronic fan regulator 100watts, PVC connector (For Fan Box and Electronic Buzzer), Steel Hooks, Circular Inspection Box (Recessed Type and Deep Type) uPVC conduit pipe & copper wire and other petty material etc. including the cost of cutting and filling up of chases:(i) a Wiring fan point without fan box in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts. Wiring fan point with sheet metal fan box (shape hexagonal & sheet thickness not less than 1.60 mm) in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts. Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade. Wiring call-bell point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with bell push and electronic buzzer 230 volts AC (including the cost of bell push, electronic buzzer & powder coated concealed metal box for electronic buzzer). Wiring 3 pin 6 Amp. wall socket (Shuttered) point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete with bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, 1100volts grade.

per point

70.27

855.99

77.30

863.02

(i) b

per point

70.27

935.80

77.30

942.83

(ii)

per point

57.55

484.69

63.31

490.45

(iii)

per point

57.55

562.49

63.31

568.25

(iv)

per point (v) Wiring 3 Pin 6 Amp. Plug control comprising wall socket (shuttered) and switch including bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete. per point

49.07

477.77

53.98

482.68

32.18

324.08

35.40

327.30

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Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (vi)

2 Wiring 3 pin 16/20 amp. power plug control (shuttered) and switch.

per point (vii) Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete without control switch. per point (viii) Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete with double control switches. per point 33.03 RECESSED CONDUIT PIPE WIRING SYSTEM WITH FLUSH PIANO TYPE SWITCHES: Wiring in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked), 1100volts grade to be laid in heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 20 mm/25 mm dia (1.6mm thick) ISI Marked, recessed in wall etc., complete with powder coated/anodized concealed metal boxes required for having electronic fan regulators (socket size), bell push, electronic buzzer, 3pin 6Amp., 3pin 16/20 Amp. Sockets and 6 Amp./16/20Amp. Swithces (flush piano type accessories) etc. and covered with brown bakelite white glazed translucent backside painted sheet 3mm thick etc., & including the cost of flush piano type switches/sockets, step type electronic fan regulator 100 watts, PVC connector (For Fan Box and Electronic Buzzer), PVC Bush, Steel Hooks, Circular Inspection Box (Recessed Type and Deep Type) conduit pipe & copper wire and other petty material etc. including the cost of cutting and filling up of chases:(i) a Wiring fan point without fan box in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts (socket size). Wiring fan point with sheet metal fan box (shape hexagonal & sheet thickness not less than 1.60 mm) in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts (socket size). Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade.

46.51

380.92

51.16

385.57

32.18

178.27

35.40

181.49

53.63

750.71

58.99

756.07

per point

111.09

858.41

122.20

869.52

(i) b

per point

111.09

944.19

122.20

955.30

(ii)

per point

91.72

644.36

100.89

653.53

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (iii)

2 Wiring call-bell point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with bell push and electronic buzzer 230 volts AC (including the cost of bell push, electronic buzzer & powder coated concealed metal box for electronic buzzer). Wiring 3 pin 6 Amp. wall socket point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete with bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, 1100volts grade. Wiring 3 Pin 6 Amp. Plug control comprising wall socket and switch including bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete. Wiring 3 pin 16/20 amp. power plug control and switch. Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete without control switch. Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete with double control switches.

per point

91.72

718.71

100.89

733.18

(iv)

per point

74.59

455.66

82.05

463.12

(v)

per point per point

64.38 69.48

187.87 296.55

70.82 76.43

194.31 303.50

(vi) (vii)

per point

64.38

311.68

70.82

318.12

(viii)

per point

107.30

955.53

118.03

966.26

33.04 SURFACE CONDUIT PIPE WIRING SYSTEM WITH MODULAR SWITCHES: Wiring in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked), 1100volts grade to be laid in heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 20 mm/25 mm dia (1.6mm thick) ISI Marked installed on surface etc., complete with uPVC boxes (on surface) required for suitable number of modules, for having electronic fan regulators (two module), bell push, electronic buzzer, 3pin 6Amp., 3pin 16/20 Amp. Sockets and 6 Amp./16/20Amp. Swithces etc., and covered with Frame Plate etc., & including the cost of required number of modular switches/sockets, step type electronic fan regulator 100 watts, PVC connector (For Fan Box and Electronic Buzzer), PVC Bush, Steel Hooks, Circular Inspection Box (Surface Type) conduit pipe & copper wire and other petty material etc. including the cost of painting as required:(i) Wiring fan point without fan box in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts (two module). Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade.

per point

68.16

1042.55

74.98

1049.37

(ii)

per point

68.16

686.53

74.98

693.35

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (iii)

2 Wiring call-bell point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with bell push and electronic buzzer 230 volts AC (including the cost of bell push, electronic buzzer and plastic surface box for electronic buzzer). Wiring 3 pin 6 Amp. wall socket (Shuttered) point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete with bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, 1100volts grade. Wiring 3 Pin 6 Amp. Plug control comprising wall socket (shuttered) and switch including bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete. Wiring 3 pin 16/20 amp. power plug control (shuttered) and switch. Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete without control switch.

per point

51.04

759.30

56.14

764.40

(iv)

per point

40.82

581.07

44.90

585.15

(v)

per point per point

32.66

341.93

35.93

345.20

(vi)

36.75

370.93

40.43

374.61

(vii)

per point (viiii) Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete with double control switches. per point 33.05 RECESSED HDPE PIPE WIRING SYSTEM WITH MODULAR SWITCHES: Wiring in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked), 1100volts grade to be laid in HDPE electrical conduit pipe 20mm/25mm dia. ISI Marked, recessed in wall etc., complete with powder coated/anodized concealed metal boxes required for suitable number of modules, for having electronic fan regulators, bell push, electronic buzzer, 3pin 6Amp., 3pin 16/20Amp. Sockets and 6Amp./16/20Amp. Switches (Screw Type Modular Accessories) etc., and covered with Frame Plate etc., & including the cost of required number of modular switches/sockets, step type electronic fan regulator 100watts, PVC connector (For Fan Box and Electronic Buzzer), Steel Hooks, Cast Iron circular Inspection box (Recessed Type and Deep Type) HDPE electrical conduit pipe & copper wire and other petty material etc. including the cost of cutting and filling up of chases:-

32.66

274.87

35.93

278.14

68.16

1029.64

74.98

1036.46

(i) a

Wiring fan point without fan box in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts.

per point

70.27

1061.96

77.30

1068.99

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (i) b

2 Wiring fan point with sheet metal fan box (shape hexagonal & sheet thickness not less than 1.60 mm) in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts. Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade. Wiring call-bell point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with bell push and electronic buzzer 230 volts AC (including the cost of bell push, electronic buzzer & powder coated concealed metal box for electronic buzzer).

per point

70.27

1147.74

77.30

1154.77

(ii)

per point

57.55

690.64

63.31

696.40

(iii)

per point

57.55

774.44

63.31

780.20

Wiring 3 pin 6 Amp. wall socket (Shuttered) point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete with bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 per sq. mm, 1100volts grade. point (v) Wiring 3 Pin 6 Amp. Plug control comprising wall socket (shuttered) and switch including bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, 1100volts grade per complete. point (vi) Wiring 3 pin 16/20 amp. power plug control (shuttered) and per switch. point (vii) Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete without control switch. per point (viiii) Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, per 1100volts grade complete with double control switches. point 33.06 RECESSED HDPE PIPE WIRING SYSTEM WITH FLUSH PIANO TYPE SWITCHES: Wiring in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked), 1100volts grade to be laid in HDPE conduit pipe 20mm/25mm dia. ISI Marked, recessed in wall etc., complete with powder coated/anodized concealed metal boxes required for having electronic fan regulators, bell push, electronic buzzer, 3pin 6Amp., 3pin 16/20 Amp. Sockets and 6 Amp./16/20Amp. Swithces (flush piano type accessories) etc. and covered with brown bakelite white glazed translucent backside painted sheet 3mm thick etc., & including the cost of flush piano type switches/sockets, step type electronic fan regulator 100 watts, PVC connector (For Fan Box and Electronic Buzzer), PVC Bush, Steel Hooks, Cast Iron circular Inspection box (Recessed Type and Deep Type) HDPE electrical conduit pipe & copper wire and other petty material etc. including the cost of cutting and filling up of chases:-

(iv)

49.07

598.04

53.98

602.95

32.18 46.51

340.59 380.92

35.40 51.16

343.81 385.57

32.18

281.26

35.40

284.48

53.63

1048.35

58.99

1053.71

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (i) a

2 Wiring fan point without fan box in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts. Wiring fan point with sheet metal fan box (shape hexagonal & sheet thickness not less than 1.60 mm) in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts. Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade.

per point

70.27

819.27

77.30

826.30

(i) b

per point per point

70.27

891.03

77.30

898.06

(ii)

57.55

611.87

63.31

617.63

(iii)

(iv)

Wiring call-bell point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with bell push and electronic buzzer 230 volts AC (including the cost of bell push, electronic buzzer & powder coated concealed metal box for electronic per buzzer). point Wiring 3 pin 6 Amp. wall socket (Shuttered) point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete with bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 per sq. mm, 1100volts grade. point

57.55

691.53

63.31

697.29

49.07

436.73

53.98

441.64

Wiring 3 Pin 6 Amp. Plug control comprising wall socket (shuttered) and switch including bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, 1100volts grade per complete. point (vi) Wiring 3 pin 16/20 amp. power plug control (shuttered) and per switch. point (vii) Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, per 1100volts grade complete without control switch. point (viii) Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, per 1100volts grade complete with double control switches. point 33.07 REPLACEMENT OF WIRES, SHEETS, SWITCHES AND OTHER ACCESSORIES IN THE EXISTING RECESSED CONDUIT PIPE WIRING SYSTEM (WITH FLUSH PIANO TYPE SWITCHES):

(v)

32.18 46.51

173.31 272.41

35.40 51.16

176.53 277.06

32.18

281.26

35.40

284.48

53.63

872.16

58.99

877.52

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 Wiring in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked), 1100volts grade to be laid in existing heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 20 mm/25 mm dia (1.6mm thick) ISI Marked, recessed in wall etc., complete with electronic fan regulators (socket size), bell push, electronic buzzer, 3pin 6Amp., 3pin 16/20 Amp. Sockets and 6 Amp./16/20Amp. Swithces (flush piano type accessories) etc. and covered with brown bakelite white glazed translucent backside painted sheet 3mm thick etc., & including the cost of flush piano type switches/sockets, step type electronic fan regulator 100 watts, PVC connector (For Fan Box and Electronic Buzzer), PVC Bush, & copper wire and other petty material etc. including the cost of repair of chases:- (Derived From CSR 33.03) (i) a Wiring fan point without fan box in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts (socket size). Wiring fan point with sheet metal fan box (shape hexagonal & sheet thickness not less than 1.60 mm) in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts (socket size).

per point

44.91

417.10

49.40

421.59

(i) b

per point

44.91

417.10

49.40

421.59

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, per 1100volts grade. point Wiring call-bell point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with bell push and electronic buzzer 230 volts AC (including the cost of bell push, electronic buzzer & powder coated concealed metal box for electronic per buzzer). point Wiring 3 pin 6 Amp. wall socket point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete with bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, per 1100volts grade. point Wiring 3 Pin 6 Amp. Plug control comprising wall socket and switch including bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete. Wiring 3 pin 16/20 amp. power plug control and switch.

33.89

197.68

37.28

201.07

33.89

250.73

37.28

254.12

27.34

174.51

30.07

177.24

(v)

(vi) (vii)

per point per point

14.96 16.33

96.72 139.65

16.46 17.96

98.22 141.28

Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, per point 1100volts grade complete without control switch. (viii) Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, per 1100volts grade complete with double control switches. point 33.08 REPLACEMENT OF WIRES, COVER FRAMES, MODULAR SWITCHES, CONCEALED METAL BOX AND OTHER ACCESSORIES IN THE EXISTING RECESSED CONDUIT PIPE WIRING SYSTEM (WITH MODULAR TYPE ACCESSORIES):

16.33

71.58

17.96

73.21

45.32

298.56

49.85

303.09

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Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 Wiring in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked), 1100volts grade to be laid in the existing heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 20 mm/25 mm dia (1.6mm thick) ISI Marked, recessed in wall etc., complete with powder coated/anodized concealed metal boxes required for suitable number of modules, for having electronic fan regulators (two module), bell push, electronic buzzer, 3pin 6Amp., 3pin 16/20 Amp. Sockets and 6Amp./16/20Amp. Swithces etc., and covered with Frame Plate etc., & including the cost of required number of modular switches/ sockets, step type electronic fan regulator 100 watts, PVC connector (For Fan Box and Electronic Buzzer), PVC Bush, & copper wire and other petty material etc. including the cost of repair of chases:(i) a Wiring fan point without fan box in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts (two module). Wiring fan point with sheet metal fan box (shape hexagonal & sheet thickness not less than 1.60 mm) in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with step type electronic fan regulator 100watts (two module). Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade. Wiring call-bell point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade with bell push and electronic buzzer 230 volts AC (including the cost of bell push, electronic buzzer & powder coated concealed metal box for electronic buzzer). Wiring 3 pin 6 Amp. wall socket (Shuttered) point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete with bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, 1100volts grade. Wiring 3 Pin 6 Amp. Plug control comprising wall socket (shuttered) and switch including bonding to existing earth with PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete. Wiring 3 pin 16/20 amp. power plug control (shuttered) and switch. Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete without control switch. Wiring light point in PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq. mm, 1100volts grade complete with double control switches.

per point

57.09

708.09

62.80

713.80

(i) b

per point

57.09

726.58

62.80

732.29

(ii)

per point

45.66

325.48

50.23

330.05

(iii)

per point

45.66

415.64

50.23

420.21

(iv)

per point

39.12

390.85

43.03

394.76

(v)

per point per point

26.73 28.12

311.23 363.10

29.40 30.93

313.90 365.91

(vi) (vii)

per point

25.76

81.01

28.34

83.59

(viii)

per point

68.87

570.96

75.76

577.85

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 1 33.09 PVC INSULATED SINGLE CORE FRLS COPPER CONDUCTOR CABLE: Supply and erection of PVC insulated single core FRLS copper conductor cable ISI marked left bare in pipe or casing of suitable size excluding the cost of supply and erection of pipe or casing. (i) PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1 sq.mm, 1100volts grade

m (ii) PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 1.5 sq.mm, 1100volts grade m (iii) PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 2.5 sq.mm, 1100volts grade m (iv) PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 4 sq.mm, 1100volts grade m (v) PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 6 sq.mm, 1100volts grade m (vi) PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 10 sq.mm, 1100volts grade m (vii) PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 16 sq.mm, 1100volts grade m (viii) PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 25 sq.mm, 1100volts grade m (ix) PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 35 sq.mm, 1100volts grade m (x) PVC insulated copper conductor single core FRLS cable (ISI marked) overall 50 sq.mm, 1100volts grade m PVC INSULATED PVC SHEATHED TWIN FLEXIBLE COPPER CONDUCTOR CABLE: (xi) Supply and erection of PVC insulated PVC sheathed twin flexible wire with copper conductor complete in all respect as desired by the Engineer-in-charge.

3.57

10.87

3.93

11.23

3.57

14.39

3.93

14.75

3.57

20.58

3.93

20.94

4.08

28.54

4.49

28.95

4.08

42.87

4.49

43.28

4.08

69.78

4.49

70.19

4.08

107.46

4.49

107.87

5.43

172.46

5.97

173.00

6.12

226.77

6.73

227.38

6.12

329.44

6.73

330.05

(a)

PVC insulated PVC sheathed twin flexible wire with copper conductor of size 0.5 sq.mm (16/0.20mm) m 5.49 15.61 6.04 16.16 PVC insulated PVC sheathed twin flexible wire with copper conductor of size 0.75 sq.mm (24/0.20mm) m 5.49 19.02 6.04 19.57 PVC insulated PVC sheathed twin flexible wire with copper conductor of size 1.5 sq.mm (48/0.20mm) m 5.49 23.00 6.04 23.55

(b)

(c)

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (d)

2 PVC insulated PVC sheathed twin flexible wire with copper conductor of size 2.5 sq.mm (80/0.20mm)

m 33.10 A XLPE/ PVC INSULATED ARMOURED CABLES Supply & laying of(UNDERGROUND): aluminium conductor XLPE/ P.V.C. insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable to be laid 1 m below ground level including excavation, sand cushioning, covering with sand & bricks and back filling the trench etc., of the required size as per PWD General Specifications 2010:-

5.49

29.89

6.04

30.44

(i)

Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (Twin Core) m 38.96 178.19 42.86 182.09 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (Twin Core) m 38.96 191.05 42.86 194.95 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (Twin Core) m 38.96 198.23 42.86 202.13 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (Twin Core) m 38.96 208.68 42.86 212.58 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (Twin Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (Twin Core) m 38.96 270.06 42.86 273.96 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 4sq.mm (Three Core) m 38.96 174.27 42.86 178.17 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (Three Core) m 38.96 189.75 42.86 193.65 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (Three Core) m 38.96 206.07 42.86 209.97 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (Three Core) m 38.96 245.04 42.86 248.94

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

38.96

232.84

42.86

236.74

(vi)

(vii)

(viii)

(ix)

(x)

38.96

217.82

42.86

221.72

(xi)

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (xii)

2 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (Three Core)

m (xiii)

38.96

284.34

42.86

288.24

m (xiv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 70sq.mm (Three Core) m (xv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 95sq.mm (Three Core) m (xvi) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 120sq.mm (Three Core) m (xvii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 150sq.mm (Three Core) m (xviii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 185sq.mm (Three Core) m (xix) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 240sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 300sq.mm (Three Core) m (xxi) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 400sq.mm (Three Core) m (xxii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxiii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxiv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (3 Core) (xxv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 70sq.mm (3 Core)

38.96

331.04

42.86

334.94

44.06

406.98

48.47

411.39

44.06

476.89

48.47

481.30

59.37

571.72

65.31

577.66

69.58

677.91

76.54

684.87

69.58

796.93

76.54

803.89

69.58

992.27

76.54

999.23

(xx)

69.58

1186.30

76.54

1193.26

69.58

1456.60

76.54

1463.56

38.96

271.32

42.86

275.22

38.96

301.63

42.86

305.53

38.96

366.47

42.86

370.37

44.06

453.92

48.47

458.33

(xxvi) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 95sq.mm (3 Core)

44.06

533.88

48.47

538.29

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 (xxvii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 120sq.mm (3 Core) (xxviii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 150sq.mm (3 Core) (xxix) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 185sq.mm (3 Core)

59.37

662.60

65.31

668.54

69.58

758.60

76.54

765.56

m (xxx) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 240sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxxi) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 300sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxxii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 400sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxxiii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (4 Core) m (xxxiv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (4 Core) m (xxxv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (4 Core) m 33.10 B XLPE/ PVC INSULATED ARMOURED CABLES (LOOSE): Supply & laying of aluminium conductor XLPE/ P.V.C. insulated armoured and served cable to be laid loose in the existing trench or pipe as per PWD General Specidications 2010:(i) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (Twin Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (Twin Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (Twin Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (Twin Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (Twin Core)

69.58

908.83

76.54

915.79

69.58

1126.23

76.54

1133.19

69.58

1349.52

76.54

1356.48

69.58

1663.95

76.54

1670.91

38.96

205.42

42.86

209.32

38.96

211.29

42.86

215.19

38.96

239.37

42.86

243.27

7.65

85.54

8.42

86.31

(ii)

7.65

98.40

8.42

99.17

(iii)

7.65

105.58

8.42

106.35

(iv)

7.65

116.02

8.42

116.79

(v)

7.65

140.18

8.42

140.95

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (vi)

2 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (Twin Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 4sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (Three Core)

7.65

177.40

8.42

178.17

(vii)

7.65

81.62

8.42

82.39

(viii)

7.65

97.09

8.42

97.86

(ix)

7.65

113.42

8.42

114.19

(x)

m (xi) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 70sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 95sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 120sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 150sq.mm (Three Core) m (xviii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 185sq.mm (Three Core) (xix) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 240sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 300sq.mm (Three Core) m

7.65

125.17

8.42

125.94

7.65

152.39

8.42

153.16

(xii)

7.65

191.69

8.42

192.46

(xiii)

7.65

238.39

8.42

239.16

(xiv)

10.21

311.79

11.23

312.81

(xv)

10.21

381.70

11.23

382.72

(xvi)

15.31

466.32

16.84

467.85

(xvii)

22.96

569.94

25.26

572.24

22.96

688.97

25.26

691.27

22.96

884.30

25.26

886.60

(xx)

22.96

1078.34

25.26

1080.64

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Sr. No.

Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (xxi)

2 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 400sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (3 Core)

m (xxii)

22.96

1348.63

25.26

1350.93

m (xxiii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (3 Core) (xxiv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (3 Core) (xxv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 70sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxvi) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 95sq.mm (3 Core) (xxvii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 120sq.mm (3 Core) (xxviii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 150sq.mm (3 Core) (xxix) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 150sq.mm (3 Core) (xxx) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 240sq.mm (3 Core)

7.65

178.67

8.42

179.44

7.65

208.98

8.42

209.75

7.65

273.81

8.42

274.58

10.21

358.73

11.23

359.75

10.21

438.69

11.23

439.71

15.31

557.20

16.84

558.73

22.96

650.63

25.26

652.93

22.96

800.86

25.26

803.16

22.96

1018.27

25.26

1020.57

(xxxi) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 300sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxxii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 400sq.mm (3 Core) (xxxiii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (4 Core) (xxxiv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (4 Core) m (xxxv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (4 Core) 33.10 C XLPE/ PVC SURFACE): INSULATED UN-ARMOURED CABLES (ON 7.65 118.64 8.42 119.41 22.96 1241.56 25.26 1243.86

22.96

1555.99

25.26

1555.99

7.65

112.77

8.42

113.54

7.65

146.71

8.42

147.48

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 Supply and laying of XLPE/ P.V.C. insulated P.V.C. sheathed aluminium conductor un-armoured cable working voltage upto and including 1100 volts grade (on surface ) as per PWD General Specifications 2010:(i) Supply and laying of XLPE/ P.V.C. insulated P.V.C. sheathed aluminium conductor un-armoured cable working voltage upto and including 1100 volts grade (on surface ) as per PWD General Specifications 2010:XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (Twin Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (Twin Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (Twin Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (Twin Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (Twin Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 4sq.mm (Three Core)

10.21

88.77

11.23

89.79

(ii)

10.21

100.26

11.23

101.28

(iii)

10.21

115.28

11.23

116.30

(iv)

10.21

120.30

11.23

121.32

(v)

10.21

159.60

11.23

160.62

(vi)

10.21

179.08

11.23

180.10

(vii)

m (viii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (Three Core) m (ix) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (Three Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (Three Core) m (xi) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (Three Core) m (xii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (Three Core) m (xiii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (Three Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 70sq.mm (Three Core)

10.21

86.55

11.23

87.57

10.21

97.00

11.23

98.02

10.21

114.63

11.23

115.65

(x)

10.21

126.38

11.23

127.40

10.21

155.76

11.23

156.78

10.21

197.36

11.23

198.38

10.21

241.93

11.23

242.95

(xiv)

15.31

314.17

16.84

315.70

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (xv)

2 XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 95sq.mm (Three Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 120sq.mm (Three Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 150sq.mm (Three Core)

m (xvi)

15.31

380.31

16.84

381.84

22.96

486.79

25.26

489.09

(xvii)

30.62

583.83

33.68

586.89

(xviii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 185sq.mm (Three Core) (xix) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 240sq.mm (Three Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 300sq.mm (Three Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 400sq.mm (Three Core)

30.62

698.67

33.68

701.73

30.62

880.37

33.68

883.43

(xx)

30.62

1065.01

33.68

1068.07

(xxi)

m (xxii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxiii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (3 Core) (xxiv) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (3 Core) (xxv) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 70sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxvi) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 95sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxvii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 120sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxviii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 150sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxix) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 185sq.mm (3 Core) m

30.62

1328.64

33.68

1331.70

10.21

178.48

11.23

179.50

10.21

217.96

11.23

218.98

10.21

272.81

11.23

273.83

15.31

356.08

16.84

357.61

15.31

432.61

16.84

434.14

22.96

534.99

25.26

537.29

30.62

657.55

33.68

660.61

30.62

800.26

33.68

803.32

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (xxx)

2 XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 240sq.mm (3 Core)

m (xxxi) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 300sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxxii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 400sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxxiii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (4 Core) m (xxxiv) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (4 Core) m (xxxv) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (4 Core) m 33.10 D XLPE/ PVC INSULATED UN-ARMOURED CABLES (LOOSE IN THE EXISTING TRENCH OR PIPE): Supply and laying of XLPE/ P.V.C. insulated P.V.C. sheathed aluminium conductor un-armoured cable working voltage upto and including 1100 volts grade to be laid loose in the existing trench or pipe as per PWD General Specifications 2010:(i) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (Twin Core) m (ii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (Twin Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (Twin Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (Twin Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (Twin Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (Twin Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 4sq.mm (Three Core)

30.62

1009.51

33.68

1012.57

30.62

1221.96

33.68

1225.02

30.62

1519.15

33.68

1522.21

10.21

108.10

11.23

109.12

10.21

126.77

11.23

127.79

10.21

145.51

11.23

146.53

7.65

49.70

8.42

50.47

7.65

61.19

8.42

61.96

(iii)

7.65

76.20

8.42

76.97

(iv)

7.65

81.23

8.42

82.00

(v)

7.65

108.56

8.42

109.33

(vi)

7.65

128.04

8.42

128.81

(vii)

7.65

47.47

8.42

48.24

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (viii)

2 XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (Three Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (Three Core)

m (ix)

7.65

57.92

8.42

58.69

m (x) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (Three Core) m (xi) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (Three Core) m (xii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (Three Core) m (xiii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (Three Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 70sq.mm (Three Core) m (xv) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 95sq.mm (Three Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 120sq.mm (Three Core) m (xvii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 150sq.mm (Three Core)

7.65

75.55

8.42

76.32

7.65

87.30

8.42

88.07

7.65

116.69

8.42

117.46

7.65

146.32

8.42

147.09

7.65

190.89

8.42

191.66

(xiv)

10.21

260.59

11.23

261.61

10.21

326.72

11.23

327.74

(xvi)

15.31

403.64

16.84

405.17

22.96

500.68

25.26

502.98

(xviii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 185sq.mm (Three Core) (xix) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 240sq.mm (Three Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 300sq.mm (Three Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 400sq.mm (Three Core) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (3 Core)

22.96

615.51

25.26

617.81

22.96

797.22

25.26

799.52

(xx)

22.96

981.85

25.26

984.15

(xxi)

22.96

1245.48

25.26

1247.78

(xxii)

7.65

139.40

8.42

140.17

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 (xxiii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (3 Core) (xxiv) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (3 Core)

7.65

166.92

8.42

167.69

m (xxv) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 70sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxvi) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 95sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxvii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 120sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxviii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 150sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxix) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 185sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxx) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 240sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxxi) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 300sq.mm (3 Core) (xxxii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 400sq.mm (3 Core) (xxxiii) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (4 Core) m (xxxiv) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (4 Core) (xxxv) XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed aluminium conductor unarmoured cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (4 Core) 33.10 E XLPE/ PVC INSULATED ARMOURED CABLES (ON SURFACE): Supply and laying of XLPE/ P.V.C. insulated P.V.C. sheathed aluminium conductor un-armoured cable working voltage upto and including 1100 volts grade (on surface ) as per PWD General Specifications 2010:-

221.77

221.77

8.42

222.54

10.21

302.50

11.23

303.52

10.21

379.03

11.23

380.05

15.31

478.85

16.84

480.38

22.96

574.39

25.26

576.69

22.96

717.10

25.26

719.40

22.96

926.35

25.26

928.65

22.96

1138.80

25.26

1141.10

22.96

1435.99

25.26

1438.29

7.65

69.02

8.42

69.79

7.65

87.69

8.42

88.46

7.65

106.43

8.42

107.20

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2 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (Twin Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (Twin Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (Twin Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (Twin Core)

10.21

124.61

11.23

125.63

(ii)

10.21

137.47

11.23

138.49

(iii)

10.21

144.65

11.23

145.67

(iv)

m (v) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (Twin Core) m (vi) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (Twin Core) m (vii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 4sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (Three Core) m (ix) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (Three Core) m (x) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (Three Core) m (xii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (Three Core) m (xiii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (Three Core) m (xiv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 70sq.mm (Three Core) m (xv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 95sq.mm (Three Core) m

10.21

155.10

11.23

156.12

10.21

191.22

11.23

192.24

10.21

228.45

11.23

229.47

10.21

120.70

11.23

121.72

(viii)

10.21

136.17

11.23

137.19

10.21

152.50

11.23

153.52

10.21

164.25

11.23

165.27

(xi)

10.21

191.47

11.23

192.49

10.21

242.73

11.23

243.75

10.21

289.43

11.23

290.45

15.31

365.37

16.84

366.90

15.31

435.28

16.84

436.81

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1 (xvi)

2 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 120sq.mm (Three Core) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 150sq.mm (Three Core)

m (xvii)

22.96

549.47

25.26

551.77

m (xviii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 185sq.mm (Three Core) (xix) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 240sq.mm (Three Core) m (xx) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 300sq.mm (Three Core) m (xxi) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 400sq.mm (Three Core) m (xxii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 25sq.mm (3 Core)

30.62

653.10

33.68

656.16

30.62

772.12

33.68

775.18

30.62

967.46

33.68

970.52

30.62

1161.50

33.68

1164.56

30.62

1431.79

33.68

1434.85

10.21

217.75

11.23

218.77

(xxiii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 35sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxiv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 50sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 70sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxvi) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 95sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxvii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 120sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxviii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 150sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxix) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 185sq.mm (3 Core) m 30.62 884.02 33.68 887.08 30.62 733.79 33.68 736.85 22.96 613.33 25.26 615.63 15.31 492.27 16.84 493.80 15.31 412.31 16.84 413.84 10.21 324.86 11.23 325.88 10.21 260.02 11.23 261.04

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2 Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 240sq.mm (3 Core)

m (xxxi) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 300sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxxii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 400sq.mm (3 Core) m (xxxiii) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 6sq.mm (4 Core) m (xxxiv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 10sq.mm (4 Core) m (xxxv) Aluminium conductor XLPE/ PVC insulated PVC sheathed armoured and served cable working voltage 1100volts grade 16sq.mm (4 Core) m 33.11 HEAVY GUAGE WELDED CONDUIT PIPES: Supply & erection of pipe for wiring purposes including bends, inspection boxes etc., where necessary including painting as per PWD General Specifications 2010:(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) Heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 20mm dia. (ISI marked 1.60mm thick) On Surface Heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 25mm dia. (ISI marked 1.60mm thick) On Surface Heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 32mm dia. (ISI marked 1.60mm thick) On Surface Heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 40mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) On Surface Heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 50mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) On Surface Heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 20mm dia. (ISI marked 1.60mm thick) Flushed Heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 25mm dia. (ISI marked 1.60mm thick) Flushed Heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 32mm dia. (ISI marked 1.60mm thick) Flushed Heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 40mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) Flushed Heavy gauge welded conduit pipe 50mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) Flushed

30.62

1101.43

33.68

1104.49

30.62

1324.72

33.68

1327.78

30.62

1639.15

33.68

1642.21

10.21

151.85

11.23

152.87

10.21

157.72

11.23

158.74

10.21

185.79

11.23

61.00

m m m m m m m m m m

4.08 4.08 6.12 6.12 6.12 15.07 15.07 17.27 17.27 17.27

68.44 84.32 121.60 197.39 334.13 80.71 95.46 133.00 209.44 346.83

4.49 4.49 6.73 6.73 6.73 16.58 16.58 19.00 19.00 19.00

68.85 84.73 122.21 198.00 334.74 82.22 96.97 134.73 211.17 348.56

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2 Supply and erection of 20mm dia. heavy gauge welded conduit pipe (1.60mm thick) suspension rod for ceiling fan complete in all respect as desired by the Engineer-incharge. PVC, HDPE PIPES & PVC FLEXIBLE PIPES:

11.12

80.98

12.23

82.09

33.12

Supply & erection of PVC pipes & HDPE pipes (fire retardant) for wiring purposes including bends, inspection boxes etc., where necessary including other petty material as per PWD General Specifications 2010:(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) (xiii) (xiv) (xv) (xvi) (xvii) Heavy gauge PVC conduit pipe 20mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) On Surface Heavy gauge PVC conduit pipe 25mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) On Surface Heavy gauge PVC conduit pipe 32mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) On Surface Heavy gauge PVC conduit pipe 40mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) On Surface Heavy gauge PVC conduit pipe 50mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) On Surface Heavy gauge PVC conduit pipe 20mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) Flushed Heavy gauge PVC conduit pipe 25mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) Flushed Heavy gauge PVC conduit pipe 32mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) Flushed Heavy gauge PVC conduit pipe 40mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) Flushed Heavy gauge PVC conduit pipe 50mm dia. (ISI marked 2mm thick) Flushed HDPE electrical conduit pipe 20mm dia. (ISI marked) On Surface HDPE electrical conduit pipe 25mm dia. (ISI marked) On Surface HDPE electrical conduit pipe 32mm dia. (ISI marked) On Surface HDPE electrical conduit pipe 40mm dia. (ISI marked) On Surface HDPE electrical conduit pipe 20mm dia. (ISI marked) Flushed HDPE electrical conduit pipe 25mm dia. (ISI marked) Flushed HDPE electrical conduit pipe 32mm dia. (ISI marked) Flushed

m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m

3.06 3.06 4.59 4.59 4.59 6.59 6.59 7.77 7.77 7.77 3.06 3.06 4.59 4.59 10.99 10.99 12.17 12.17

27.48 35.26 53.28 69.71 93.83 32.29 38.95 56.70 73.78 98.56 65.96 83.31 122.17 163.58 75.17 91.40 130.00 172.06

3.37 3.37 5.05 5.05 5.05 7.25 7.25 8.55 8.55 8.55 3.37 3.37 5.05 5.05 12.09 12.09 13.39 13.39

27.79 35.57 53.74 70.17 94.29 32.95 39.61 57.48 74.56 99.34 66.27 83.62 122.63 164.04 76.27 92.50 131.22 173.28

(xviii) HDPE electrical conduit pipe 40mm dia. (ISI marked) Flushed

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1 (xix)

2 Supply and erection of PVC flexible pipe complete with compression glands, having locking arrangement, check-nuts as required :PVC flexible pipe 20mm dia.

(a) (b) (c) (d) (xx)

m PVC flexible pipe 25mm dia. PVC flexible pipe 32mm dia. PVC flexible pipe 40mm dia. Supply and erection of PVC flexible pipe complete without compression glands, locking arrangement, check-nuts as required :PVC flexible pipe 20mm dia. PVC flexible pipe 25mm dia. PVC flexible pipe 32mm dia. PVC flexible pipe 40mm dia. m m m

4.07 4.07 4.07 4.07

31.30 37.22 58.54 71.55

4.48 4.48 4.48 4.48

31.71 37.63 58.95 71.96

(a) (b) (c) (d)

m m m m

2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05

10.34 11.51 16.26 22.18

2.26 2.26 2.26 2.26

10.55 11.72 16.47 22.39

33.13 GALVANIZED IRON PIPES AND G.I. EARTHING: Supply & erection of G.I. pipe for wiring purposes including bends, inspection boxes etc., where necessary including painting as per PWD General Specifications 2010:(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (a) Galvanized iron pipe 15mm dia. (A class) Flushed m Galvanized iron pipe 20mm dia. (A class) Flushed m Galvanized iron pipe 25mm dia. (A class) Flushed m Galvanized iron pipe 32mm dia. (A class) Flushed m Galvanized iron pipe 40mm dia. (A class) Flushed m Galvanized iron pipe 50mm dia. (A class) Flushed m G.I. EARTHING: Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad Switches and metallic cases etc., with No. 8 S.W.G. (4mm dia.) G.I. wire in 15mm dia G.I. pipe partly recessed and partly on surface complete with 135cm long 50mm dia. G.I. earth pipe with G.I. reducing socket (50mm x 15mm) including erection of the same, 10 metre below ground level with necessary charcoal & salt mixture etc., up to 13 metre in length (including boring & refilling). each (b) Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad Switches and metallic cases etc., with No. 7/14 S.W.G. (7/2.18mm dia.) G.I. wire in 20mm dia G.I. pipe partly recessed and partly on surface complete with 135cm long 50mm dia. G.I. earth pipe with G.I. reducing socket (50mm x 20mm) including erection of the same, 10 metre below ground level with necessary charcoal & salt mixture etc., up to 13 metre in length (including boring & refilling). each 1367.45 3702.67 1504.20 3839.42 1367.45 3198.00 1504.20 3334.75 17.27 323.90 19.00 325.63 17.27 262.25 19.00 263.98 17.27 221.54 19.00 223.27 15.07 168.67 16.58 170.18 15.07 129.48 16.58 130.99 15.07 98.21 16.58 99.72

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1 (c)

2 Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad Switches and metallic cases etc., with No. 7/12 S.W.G. (7/2.80mm dia.) G.I. wire in 20mm dia G.I. pipe partly recessed and partly on surface complete with 135cm long 50mm dia. G.I. earth pipe with G.I. reducing socket (50mm x 20mm) including erection of the same, 10 metre below ground level with necessary charcoal & salt mixture etc., up to 13 metre in length (including boring & refilling). Supply and Erection of earth rod 20 mm dia for providing earth connections upto line earth with G.I. Wire No. 8SWG. The rod shall be tapered at one end and flatted on other end. The hole size 10mm dia shall be drilled on the flatened side for facilitating connection with G.I. wire and thimble etc. The road shall be grouted upto complete length vertically. GI Earth rod 20 mm dia. 3 mtr. Long GI Earth rod 20 mm dia. 4.5 mtr. Long GI Earth rod 20 mm dia. 6 mtr. Long G.I. EARTHING (AS ADDITIONAL LENGTH): Earthing of metallic cases etc., with G.I. wire No. 8 S.W.G. (4mm dia.) in 15mm dia. G.I. pipe on surface including painting etc. (as additional length) Earthing of metallic cases etc., with G.I. wire No. 7/14 S.W.G. (7/2.18mm dia.) in 20mm dia. G.I. pipe on surface including painting etc. (as additional length)

each

1367.45

3764.32

1504.20

3901.07

(d)

(i) (ii) (iii) (viii) (a)

m m m

122.48 163.30 183.71

632.40 868.51 1051.66

134.73 179.63 202.08

644.65 884.84 1070.03

7.53

100.24

8.28

100.99

(b)

m (c) Earthing of metallic cases etc., with G.I. wire No. 7/12 S.W.G. (7/2.80mm dia.) in 20mm dia. G.I. pipe on surface including painting etc. (as additional length) m (d) Earthing of metallic cases etc., with G.I. wire No. 8 S.W.G. (4mm dia.) in 15mm dia. G.I. pipe recessed in wall and floor etc., (as additional length) Earthing of metallic cases etc., with G.I. stranded wire No. 7/14 S.W.G. (7/2.18mm ) in 20mm dia. G.I. pipe recessed in wall and floor etc. (as additional length) m (f) Earthing of metallic cases etc., with G.I. stranded wire No. 7/12 S.W.G. (7/2.80mm ) in 20mm dia. G.I. pipe recessed in wall and floor etc. (as additional length) BONDING TO EARTH WITH G.I. WIRE: Bonding to earth with G.I. wire No. 8S.W.G. (4mm dia) in 20mm dia. heavy gauge (1.6 mm thick) welded conduit pipe (on surface) including painting etc. Bonding to earth with G.I. wire No. 7/14S.W.G. (7/2.18mm dia) in 20mm dia. heavy gauge (1.6mm thick) welded conduit pipe (on surface) including painting etc. m (c) Bonding to earth with G.I. wire No. 7/12S.W.G. (7/2.80mm dia) in 25mm dia. heavy gauge (1.6mm thick) welded conduit pipe (on surface) including painting etc. m

7.53

139.56

8.28

140.31

7.53

148.37

8.28

149.12

23.72

115.70

26.09

118.07

(e)

23.72

153.52

26.09

155.89

23.72

154.80

26.09

157.17

(viii) (a)

4.09

73.10

4.50

73.51

(b)

4.09

82.17

4.50

82.58

4.09

102.15

4.50

102.56

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2 Bonding to earth with G.I. wire No. 8S.W.G. (4mm dia) in 20mm dia. heavy gauge (1.6 mm thick) welded conduit pipe (flushed). Bonding to earth with G.I. wire No. 7/14S.W.G. (7/2.18mm dia) in 20mm dia. heavy gauge (1.6 mm thick) welded conduit pipe (flushed). Bonding to earth with G.I. wire No. 7/12S.W.G. (7/2.80mm dia) in 25mm dia. heavy gauge (1.6 mm thick) welded conduit pipe (flushed). Bonding to earth with 4mm dia. G.I. wire behind casing or fixed with stapples on wall. COPPER EARTHING:

24.53

92.58

26.98

95.03

(e)

24.53

101.64

26.98

104.09

(f)

m m

24.53 1.83

144.56 9.81

26.98 2.01

147.01 9.99

(g) 33.14 (i)

Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad switches and metallic cases etc., with 20 mm x 3 mm thick electrolytic copper tape rivetted (with 10 nos. copper rivets) to 30 cm x 120 cm x 3 mm thick tinned copper plate (made cylindrical) burried 10 metre below ground level in the hole of excavation having bore dia. 125mm and surrounded by salt & charcoal dust mixture (20 kg.) including fixing the copper tape on wall and in floor etc., up to 13 metre in length (including bore length). G.I. pipe 20mm dia. (Aclass) should be laid in the hole of excavation from bore surface level to 1 feet below ground level and having wire mesh funnel fixed on the top level of the pipe. 300mm x 300mm x 300mm deep haudi of bricks finished with 1:4 cement plaster and haudi covered with cast iron lid having size 300mm x 300mm around the hole of excavation. each 1058.14 13791.75 1163.95 13897.56

(ii)

Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad switches and metallic cases etc., with 20 mm x 3 mm thick electrolytic copper tape rivetted (with 10 nos. copper rivets) to 30 cm x 120 cm x 3 mm thick tinned copper plate (made cylindrical) burried 20 metre below ground level in the hole of excavation having bore dia. 125mm and surrounded by salt & charcoal dust mixture (20 kg.) including fixing the copper tape on wall and in floor etc., up to 23 metre in length (including bore length). G.I. pipe 20mm dia. (Aclass) should be laid in the hole of excavation from bore surface level to 1 feet below ground level and having wire mesh funnel fixed on the top level of the pipe. 300mm x 300mm x 300mm deep haudi of bricks finished with 1:4 cement plaster and haudi covered with cast iron lid having size 300mm x 300mm around the hole of excavation. each 1987.52 18743.53 2186.27 18942.28

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1 (iii)

2 Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad switches and metallic cases etc., with 25 mm x 3 mm thick electrolytic copper tape rivetted (with 10 nos. copper rivets) to 30 cm x 120 cm x 3 mm thick tinned copper plate (made cylindrical) burried 10 metre below ground level in the hole of excavation having bore dia. 125mm and surrounded by salt & charcoal dust mixture (20 kg.) including fixing the copper tape on wall and in floor etc., up to 13 metre in length (including bore length). G.I. pipe 20mm dia. (Aclass) should be laid in the hole of excavation from bore surface level to 1 feet below ground level and having wire mesh funnel fixed on the top level of the pipe. 300mm x 300mm x 300mm deep haudi of bricks finished with 1:4 cement plaster and haudi covered with cast iron lid having size 300mm x 300mm around the hole of excavation.

each (iv) Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad switches and metallic cases etc., with 25 mm x 3 mm thick electrolytic copper tape rivetted (with 10 nos. copper rivets) to 30 cm x 120 cm x 3 mm thick tinned copper plate (made cylindrical) burried 20 metre below ground level in the hole of excavation having bore dia. 125mm and surrounded by salt & charcoal dust mixture (20 kg.) including fixing the copper tape on wall and in floor etc., up to 23 metre in length (including bore length). G.I. pipe 20mm dia. (Aclass) should be laid in the hole of excavation from bore surface level to 1 feet below ground level and having wire mesh funnel fixed on the top level of the pipe. 300mm x 300mm x 300mm deep haudi of bricks finished with 1:4 cement plaster and haudi covered with cast iron lid having size 300mm x 300mm around the hole of excavation. each (v) Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad switches and metallic cases etc., with 30 mm x 3 mm thick electrolytic copper tape rivetted (with 10 nos. copper rivets) to 30 cm x 120 cm x 3 mm thick tinned copper plate (made cylindrical) burried 10 metre below ground level in the hole of excavation having bore dia. 125mm and surrounded by salt & charcoal dust mixture (20 kg.) including fixing the copper tape on wall and in floor etc., up to 13 metre in length (including bore length). G.I. pipe 20mm dia. (Aclass) should be laid in the hole of excavation from bore surface level to 1 feet below ground level and having wire mesh funnel fixed on the top level of the pipe. 300mm x 300mm x 300mm deep haudi of bricks finished with 1:4 cement plaster and haudi covered with cast iron lid having size 300mm x 300mm around the hole of excavation. each

1058.14

14771.31

1163.95

14877.12

1987.52

20476.60

2186.27

20675.35

1058.14

15743.56

1163.95

15849.37

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1 (vi)

2 Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad switches and metallic cases etc., with 30 mm x 3 mm thick electrolytic copper tape rivetted (with 10 nos. copper rivets) to 30 cm x 120 cm x 3 mm thick tinned copper plate (made cylindrical) burried 20 metre below ground level in the hole of excavation having bore dia. 125mm and surrounded by salt & charcoal dust mixture (20 kg.) including fixing the copper tape on wall and in floor etc., up to 23 metre in length (including bore length). G.I. pipe 20mm dia. (Aclass) should be laid in the hole of excavation from bore surface level to 1 feet below ground level and having wire mesh funnel fixed on the top level of the pipe. 300mm x 300mm x 300mm deep haudi of bricks finished with 1:4 cement plaster and haudi covered with cast iron lid having size 300mm x 300mm around the hole of excavation.

each (vii) Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad switches and metallic cases etc., with 25 mm x 5 mm thick electrolytic copper tape rivetted (with 10 nos. copper rivets) to 30 cm x 120 cm x 3 mm thick tinned copper plate (made cylindrical) burried 10 metre below ground level in the hole of excavation having bore dia. 125mm and surrounded by salt & charcoal dust mixture (20 kg.) including fixing the copper tape on wall and in floor etc., up to 13 metre in length (including bore length). G.I. pipe 20mm dia. (Aclass) should be laid in the hole of excavation from bore surface level to 1 feet below ground level and having wire mesh funnel fixed on the top level of the pipe. 300mm x 300mm x 300mm deep haudi of bricks finished with 1:4 cement plaster and haudi covered with cast iron lid having size 300mm x 300mm around the hole of excavation. each (viii) Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad switches and metallic cases etc., with 25 mm x 5 mm thick electrolytic copper tape rivetted (with 10 nos. copper rivets) to 30 cm x 120 cm x 3 mm thick tinned copper plate (made cylindrical) burried 20 metre below ground level in the hole of excavation having bore dia. 125mm and surrounded by salt & charcoal dust mixture (20 kg.) including fixing the copper tape on wall and in floor etc., up to 23 metre in length (including bore length). G.I. pipe 20mm dia. (Aclass) should be laid in the hole of excavation from bore surface level to 1 feet below ground level and having wire mesh funnel fixed on the top level of the pipe. 300mm x 300mm x 300mm deep haudi of bricks finished with 1:4 cement plaster and haudi covered with cast iron lid having size 300mm x 300mm around the hole of excavation. each

1987.52

22196.75

2186.27

22395.50

1058.14

18038.98

1163.95

18144.79

1987.52

26257.85

2186.27

26456.60

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (ix)

2 Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad switches and metallic cases etc., with 40 mm x 5 mm thick electrolytic copper tape rivetted (with 10 nos. copper rivets) to 30 cm x 120 cm x 3 mm thick tinned copper plate (made cylindrical) burried 10 metre below ground level in the hole of excavation having bore dia. 125mm and surrounded by salt & charcoal dust mixture (20 kg.) including fixing the copper tape on wall and in floor etc., up to 13 metre in length (including bore length). G.I. pipe 20mm dia. (Aclass) should be laid in the hole of excavation from bore surface level to 1 feet below ground level and having wire mesh funnel fixed on the top level of the pipe. 300mm x 300mm x 300mm deep haudi of bricks finished with 1:4 cement plaster and haudi covered with cast iron lid having size 300mm x 300mm around the hole of excavation.

each (x) Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad switches and metallic cases etc., with 40 mm x 5 mm thick electrolytic copper tape rivetted (with 10 nos. copper rivets) to 30 cm x 120 cm x 3 mm thick tinned copper plate (made cylindrical) burried 20 metre below ground level in the hole of excavation having bore dia. 125mm and surrounded by salt & charcoal dust mixture (20 kg.) including fixing the copper tape on wall and in floor etc., up to 23 metre in length (including bore length). G.I. pipe 20mm dia. (Aclass) should be laid in the hole of excavation from bore surface level to 1 feet below ground level and having wire mesh funnel fixed on the top level of the pipe. 300mm x 300mm x 300mm deep haudi of bricks finished with 1:4 cement plaster and haudi covered with cast iron lid having size 300mm x 300mm around the hole of excavation. each (xi) Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad switches and metallic cases etc., with 8 SWG (4mm dia.) electrolytic copper wire thimbled (with 1 nos. copper thimble) to 30 cm x 60 cm x 3 mm thick tinned copper plate (made cylindrical) burried 10 metre below ground level in the hole of excavation having bore dia. 125mm and surrounded by salt & charcoal dust mixture (20 kg.) including fixing the copper wire run through 20mm dia. G.I. pipe (A-Class) on wall and in floor etc., up to 13 metre in length (including bore length). G.I. pipe 20mm dia. (A-class) should be laid in the hole of excavation from bore surface level to 1 feet below ground level and having wire mesh funnel fixed on the top level of the pipe. 300mm x 300mm x 300mm deep haudi of bricks finished with 1:4 cement plaster and haudi covered with cast iron lid having size 300mm x 300mm around the hole of excavation. each

1058.14

21176.72

1163.95

21282.53

1987.52

34793.91

2186.27

34992.66

1058.14

7665.04

1163.95

7770.85

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (xii)

2 Earthing of Sheet metal/ iron clad switches and metallic cases etc., with 8 SWG (4mm dia.) electrolytic copper wire thimbled (with 1 nos. copper thimble) to 30 cm x 60 cm x 3 mm thick tinned copper plate (made cylindrical) burried 20 metre below ground level in the hole of excavation having bore dia. 125mm and surrounded by salt & charcoal dust mixture (20 kg.) including fixing the copper wire run through 20mm dia. G.I. pipe (A-Class) on wall and in floor etc., up to 23 metre in length (including bore length). G.I. pipe 20mm dia. (A-class) should be laid in the hole of excavation from bore surface level to 1 feet below ground level and having wire mesh funnel fixed on the top level of the pipe. 300mm x 300mm x 300mm deep haudi of bricks finished with 1:4 cement plaster and haudi covered with cast iron lid having size 300mm x 300mm around the hole of excavation.

each (xiii) (xiv) (xv) (xvi) (xvii) Supply and Erection of 20mm x 3mm thick copper tape (As additional length). Supply and Erection of 25mm x 3mm thick copper tape (As additional length). Supply and Erection of 30mm x 3mm thick copper tape (As additional length). Supply and Erection of 25mm x 5mm thick copper tape (As additional length). Supply and Erection of 40mm x 5mm thick copper tape (As additional length). m m m m m

1058.14 22.45 22.45 22.45 22.45 22.45

9047.92 327.18 402.52 477.30 653.87 1025.01

1163.95 24.70 24.70 24.70 24.70 24.70

9153.73 329.43 404.77 479.55 656.12 1027.26

(xviii) Supply and Erection of 8 SWG 4mm dia copper wire run through 20mm dia. GI pipe (A-Class) (As additional length). (xix) Supply and Erection of 8 SWG 4mm dia copper wire run through 20mm dia. Heavy guage welded conduit pipe (As additional length).

22.45

192.34

24.70

194.59

22.45

144.41

24.70

146.66

33.15 SUPPLY AND ERECTION OF WIRING ACCESSORIES: Supply and erection of switches, sockets, power switch and sockets and other accessories (flush piano type/ modular accessories) in the existing bakelite/ modular cover frame including connections and petty material etc. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) Single pole 6amp. switch flush piano type Two way 6amp. switch flush piano type Single pole 16amp. switch flush piano type Single pole 6amp. bell push 3pin 6amp. wall socket flush piano type 3pin 16amp. wall socket flush piano type Step type fan regulator (socket size) TV socket flush piano type (switch size) Telephone socket RJ11 flush piano type (switch size) each each each each each each each each 5.10 5.10 10.20 5.10 6.80 10.20 6.80 5.10 5.10 5.10 5.10 19.85 23.87 54.85 23.87 28.09 64.71 189.96 28.33 36.50 89.08 68.98 5.61 5.61 11.22 5.61 7.48 11.22 7.48 5.61 5.61 5.61 5.61 20.36 24.38 55.87 24.38 28.77 65.73 190.64 28.84 37.01 89.59 69.49

each RJ45 flush piano type modem jack for computer with shutter (switch size) each 6amp. one way modular switch (one module) each

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 5.10 10.20 5.10 6.80 10.20 6.80 5.10 5.10 5.10 5.10 5.10 5.10 Through Rate 5 82.32 105.68 81.62 105.09 153.42 342.36 72.50 85.84 302.76 26.54 26.53 89.98

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 5.61 11.22 5.61 7.48 11.22 7.48 5.61 5.61 5.61 5.61 5.61 5.61 Through Rate 7 82.83 106.70 82.13 105.77 154.44 343.04 73.01 86.35 303.27 27.05 27.04 90.49

1 (xii) (xiii) (xiv) (xv) (xvi) (xvii)

2 6amp. two way modular switch (one module) 16/20amp. one way modular switch (one module) 6amp. one way modular bell push (one module) 6amp. 3pin modular socket with shuttered (two module) 16/20amp. 3pin modular socket with shuttered (two module)

3 each each each each

each Step type modular electronic fan regulator 100watts (two module) each (xviii) Modular TV socket (one module) each (xix) Modular Telephone socket (RJ-11) one module each (xx) RJ45 modular type modem jack for computer one module each (xxi) (xxii) Ceiling rose (flush piano type) Bakelite batten holder large size each each each

(xxiii) Call bell 220/230 volts AC ding dong 33.16 MINIATURE CIRCUIT BREAKERS/ RCBO's/ RCCB's: Supply and erection of Miniature Circuit Breakers/ RCBO's/ RCCB's in the existing MCB distribution board as per PWD General Specifications 2010 including connections with suitable size of thimbles/lugs. GROUP-A: (Siemens (Beta Guard), Legrand (Lexic) & Schneider (Neo Break), L&T (Hager) (i) Miniature circuit breaker single pole 0.5 to 4amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply Miniature circuit breaker single pole 6 to 32amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply Miniature circuit breaker single pole 40amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply Miniature circuit breaker single pole 50, 63amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply Miniature circuit breaker double pole 0.5 to 4amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply Miniature circuit breaker double pole 6 to 32amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply Miniature circuit breaker double pole 40amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply Miniature circuit breaker double pole 50, 63amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C)suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply

each

6.73

231.37

7.40

232.04

(ii)

each

6.73

165.01

7.40

165.68

(iii)

each

6.73

343.70

7.40

344.37

(iv)

each

6.73

389.65

7.40

390.32

(v)

each

10.20

612.67

11.22

613.69

(vi)

each

10.20

490.13

11.22

491.15

(vii)

each

10.20

694.35

11.22

695.37

(viii)

each

10.20

811.78

11.22

812.80

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (ix)

2 Miniature circuit breaker triple pole 0.5 to 4amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply Miniature circuit breaker triple pole 6 to 32amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply

each

13.68

820.37

15.05

821.74

(x)

each (xi) Miniature circuit breaker triple pole 40amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply Miniature circuit breaker triple pole 50, 63amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply Miniature circuit breaker four pole 0.5 to 4amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply

13.68

733.58

15.05

734.95

each

13.68

1029.69

15.05

1031.06

(xii)

each

13.68

1152.23

15.05

1153.60

(xiii)

(xiv)

(xv)

(xvi)

each Miniature circuit breaker four pole 6 to 32amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts each 50cycles AC supply Miniature circuit breaker four pole 40amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply each Miniature circuit breaker four pole 50, 63amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply each GROUP-B: (Havell's, HPL, ABB, Indo Asian & other brands approved by PWD) Miniature circuit breaker single pole 0.5 to 4amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply

20.41

1230.43

22.45

1232.47

20.41

1051.74

22.45

1053.78

20.41

1398.93

22.45

1400.97

20.41

1546.98

22.45

1549.02

(xvii)

each

6.73

179.09

7.40

179.76

(xviii) Miniature circuit breaker single pole 6 to 32amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply (xix) Miniature circuit breaker single pole 40amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply Miniature circuit breaker single pole 50, 63amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply

each

6.73

125.46

7.40

126.13

each

6.73

261.79

7.40

262.46

(xx)

each (xxi) Miniature circuit breaker double pole 0.5 to 4amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply Miniature circuit breaker double pole 6 to 32amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply each (xxiii) Miniature circuit breaker double pole 40amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply

6.73

282.44

7.40

283.11

each

10.20

485.75

11.22

486.77

(xxii)

10.20

393.17

11.22

394.19

each

10.20

547.80

11.22

548.82

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Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 (xxiv) Miniature circuit breaker double pole 50, 63amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C)suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply (xxv) Miniature circuit breaker triple pole 0.5 to 4amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply

each

10.20

616.71

11.22

617.73

each

13.68

668.43

15.05

669.80

(xxvi) Miniature circuit breaker triple pole 6 to 32amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply each (xxvii) Miniature circuit breaker triple pole 40amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply (xxviii) Miniature circuit breaker triple pole 50, 63amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply (xxix) Miniature circuit breaker four pole 0.5 to 4amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply each (xxx) Miniature circuit breaker four pole 6 to 32amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply 20.41 937.18 22.45 939.22 13.68 591.91 15.05 593.28

each

13.68

785.69

15.05

787.06

each

13.68

916.65

15.05

918.02

each

20.41

806.11

22.45

808.15

(xxxi) Miniature circuit breaker four pole 40amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply each (xxxii) Miniature circuit breaker four pole 50, 63amp. (Breaking capacity 10kA, Curve-C) suitable for 240/ 415 volts 50cycles AC supply RCBO'S: (xxxiii) RCBO (Earth leakage, overload and short circuit protection device) double pole 16/25amp., sensitivity 30mA (Breaking capacity 10kA and as per standard IEC 61009) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply each (xxxiv) RCBO (Earth leakage, overload and short circuit protection device) double pole 32amp., sensitivity 30mA (Breaking capacity 10kA and as per standard IEC 61009) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply each (xxxv) RCBO (Earth leakage, overload and short circuit protection device) double pole 40amp., sensitivity 30mA (Breaking capacity 10kA and as per standard IEC61009) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply each (xxxvi) RCBO (Earth leakage, overload and short circuit protection device) double pole 63amp., sensitivity 30mA (Breaking capacity 10kA and as per standard IEC 61009) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply each 10.20 2814.45 11.22 2815.47 10.20 2413.76 11.22 2414.78 10.20 2079.37 11.22 2080.39 10.20 1888.56 11.22 1889.58 20.41 1061.17 22.45 1063.21

each

20.41

1205.93

22.45

1207.97

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 (xxxvii) RCBO (Earth leakage, overload and short circuit protection device) double pole 16/25amp., sensitivity 100/300mA (Breaking capacity 10kA and as per standard IEC 61009) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply (xxxviii) RCBO (Earth leakage, overload and short circuit protection device) double pole 32amp., sensitivity 100/300mA (Breaking capacity 10kA and as per standard IEC 61009) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply

each

10.20

2279.32

11.22

2280.34

each (xxxix) RCBO (Earth leakage, overload and short circuit protection device) double pole 40amp., sensitivity 100/300mA (Breaking capacity 10kA and as per standard IEC 61009) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply each (xl) RCBO (Earth leakage, overload and short circuit protection device) double pole 63amp., sensitivity 100/300mA (Breaking capacity 10kA and as per standard IEC 61009) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply each (xli) RCCB's: Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) double pole 16/25amp., sensitivity 30mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) double pole 32/40amp., sensitivity 30mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) double pole 63amp., sensitivity 30mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply each (xliv) Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) double pole 16/25amp., sensitivity 100mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply each (xlv) Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) double pole 32/40amp., sensitivity 100mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply each (xlvi) Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) double pole 63amp., sensitivity 100mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply

10.20

2319.97

11.22

2320.99

10.20

2600.40

11.22

2601.42

10.20

3000.31

11.22

3001.33

each

10.20

1628.28

11.22

1629.30

(xlii)

each

10.20

1908.81

11.22

1909.83

(xliii)

10.20

2189.34

11.22

2190.36

10.20

1683.27

11.22

1684.29

10.20

1983.99

11.22

1985.01

each

10.20

2291.45

11.22

2292.47

(xlvii) Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) double pole 16/25amp., sensitivity 300mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply each 10.20 1683.27 11.22 1684.29

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Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 (xlviii) Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) double pole 32/40amp., sensitivity 300mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply (xlix) Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) double pole 63amp., sensitivity 300mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) four pole 16/25amp., sensitivity 30mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) four pole 32/40amp., sensitivity 30mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply

each

10.20

1983.99

11.22

1985.01

each

10.20

2291.45

11.22

2292.47

(l)

each

20.41

2140.08

22.45

2142.12

(li)

each (lii) Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) four pole 63amp., sensitivity 30mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) four pole 16/25amp., sensitivity 100mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply each (liv) Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) four pole 32/40amp., sensitivity 100mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) four pole 63amp., sensitivity 100mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) four pole 16/25amp., sensitivity 300mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) four pole 32/40amp., sensitivity 300mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB for earth leakage protection) four pole 63amp., sensitivity 300mA (as per standard IEC 61008) suitable for 240/415 volts 50 cycles AC supply

20.41

2198.42

22.45

2200.46

each

20.41

2539.55

22.45

2541.59

(liii)

20.41

2237.70

22.45

2239.74

each

20.41

2269.11

22.45

2271.15

(lv)

each

20.41

2636.05

22.45

2638.09

(lvi)

each

20.41

2237.70

22.45

2239.74

(lvii)

each

20.41

2269.11

22.45

2271.15

(lviii)

each

20.41

2636.05

22.45

2638.09

33.17 SHEET METAL DOUBLE DOOR DISTRIBUTION BOARD FOR MCB/ RCBO/ RCCB's:

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

2 Supply and erection of sheet metal double door distribution boards of suitable size and of required no. of ways for mounting miniature circuit breakers/ RCBO's/ RCCB's in the existing MCB distribution board as per PWD General Specifications 2010 including connections with suitable size of thimbles and bonding to existing earth etc. GROUP-A: (Siemens (Beta Guard/Minigard), Legrand (Ekinoxe) & Schneider (Neo Break), L&T (Hager vision+) (i) Sheet metal double door S.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's, 4 way each

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

each Sheet metal double door S.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's, 8 way each each Sheet metal double door S.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's, 12 way each each Sheet metal double door S.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's, 16 way each each Sheet metal double door T.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating FP/ TPN MCB's/ isolators for incoming and DP/ SP & N/ Single Pole MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's for outgoing 4 way each each

74.43

890.99

81.87

898.43

88.72

1216.72

97.59

1225.59

109.12

1492.41

120.03

1503.32

109.12

1865.12

120.03

1876.03

(v)

109.12

2408.82

120.03

2419.73

(vi)

Sheet metal double door T.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating FP/ TPN MCB's/ isolators for incoming and DP/ SP & N/ Single Pole MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's for outgoing 6 way each Sheet metal double door T.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating FP/ TPN MCB's/ isolators for incoming and DP/ SP & N/ Single Pole MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's for outgoing 8 way each Sheet metal double door T.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating FP/ TPN MCB's/ isolators for incoming and DP/ SP & N/ Single Pole MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's for outgoing 12 way each

each

109.12

2919.38

120.03

2930.29

(vii)

each

141.78

3493.24

155.96

3507.42

(viii)

each (ix) Sheet metal double door T.P. & N. (vertical design) distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating FP/ TPN MCB's/ isolators for incoming and DP/ SP & N/ Single Pole MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's for outgoing 4 way each each

141.78

5024.93

155.96

5039.11

109.12

5421.13

120.03

5432.04

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Description

Unit

Plains Labour Rate 4 Through Rate 5

Sub Mountainous Labour Rate 6 Through Rate 7

1 (x)

2 Sheet metal double door T.P. & N. (vertical design) distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating FP/ TPN MCB's/ isolators for incoming and DP/ SP & N/ Single Pole MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's for outgoing 8 way each Sheet metal double door T.P. & N. (vertical design) distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating FP/ TPN MCB's/ isolators for incoming and DP/ SP & N/ Single Pole MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's for outgoing 12 way each

each (xi)

141.78

6862.95

155.96

6877.13

each GROUP-B: (Havell's, HPL, ABB, Standard & other brands approved by PWD) (xii) Sheet metal double door S.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's, 4 way each Sheet metal double door S.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's, 8 way each each (xiv) Sheet metal double door S.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's, 12 way each Sheet metal double door S.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's, 16 way each each (xvi) Sheet metal double door T.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating FP/ TPN MCB's/ isolators for incoming and DP/ SP & N/ Single Pole MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's for outgoing 4 way each each (xvii) Sheet metal double door T.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating FP/ TPN MCB's/ isolators for incoming and DP/ SP & N/ Single Pole MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's for outgoing 6 way each each (xviii) Sheet metal double door T.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating FP/ TPN MCB's/ isolators for incoming and DP/ SP & N/ Single Pole MCB's/ RCBO/ RCCB's for outgoing 8 way each each (xix) Sheet metal double door T.P. & N. distribution board (dust protected) provided with bus bar, neutral link and din bar, suitable for incorporating FP/ TPN MCB'