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EPC PACKAGE - 4 : TANKAGE AND ASSOCIATED INTERCONNECTING PIPING
Project Quality Plan for Civil Work
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5578-E4-1041-QC-CC-304
PROJECT NO. 5578 / AGREEMENT NO. 09-5578-E-4
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ABU DHABI OIL REFINING COMPANY (TAKREER)
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PROJECT NAME : Ruwais Refinery Expansion Project
EPC-4: Tankage & Associated
Interconnecting Piping
COMPANY : Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company (TAKREER)
PMC : Mott MacDonald Ltd.
CONTRACTOR : Daewoo E & C Co., Ltd.
SUBCONTRACTOR: CBI EASTERN ANSTALT
DAEWOO ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD. - 57, Sinmunno 1-ga, J ongno-gu, Seoul 110-713, South Korea
DAEWOO ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD. - 57, Sinmunno 1-ga, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-713, South Korea

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Table of Contents
KETTANEH STATEMENT OF QUALITY POLICY AND OBJECTIVE ..................................................................... 6
Project Quality Policy.......6
Project Quality Objective..6
1. SCOPE ........................................................................................................................................................................ 7
2. APPLICABLE STANDARDS AND PROCEDURE .................................................................................................. 7
3. TERMS AND DEFINITIONS .................................................................................................................................... 7
4. PROJECT QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ................................................................................................... 7
4.1. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................................................. 7
4.1.1 General ......................................................................................................................................................... 7
4.1.2 Outsourcing processes ................................................................................................................................. 8
4.2 DOCUMENTATION ........................................................................................................................................... 8
4.2.1 Project Quality Management System Documents ....................................................................................... 8
4.2.2 Document and Data Control ........................................................................................................................ 8
4.2.3 Control of Quality Record ........................................................................................................................... 9
5. MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY ....................................................................................................................... 9
5.1 GENERAL ........................................................................................................................................................... 9
5.2 ORGANIZATION ................................................................................................................................................ 9
5.2.1 Project Organization.................................................................................................................................... 9
5.2.2 Project Quality Organization ...................................................................................................................... 9
5.2.3 Function and Responsibility ........................................................................................................................ 9
6. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ................................................................................................................................ 10
6.1 PROVISION OF RESOURCES .......................................................................................................................... 10
6.2 HUMAN RESOURCES ..................................................................................................................................... 10
6.2.1 General ....................................................................................................................................................... 10
6.2.2 Competence, Training and Awareness ...................................................................................................... 10
6.3 INFRASTRUCTURE AND WORK INVIRONMENT ........................................................................................ 11
6.3.1 Infrastructure ............................................................................................................................................ 11
6.3.2 Work Environment .................................................................................................................................... 11
7. PROJECT EXECUTION.......................................................................................................................................... 11
7.1 COMPANY, CLIENT RELATED PROCESS ..................................................................................................... 11
7.1.1 Determination of Requirements ................................................................................................................ 11
7.1.2 Review of Project Requirements ............................................................................................................... 11
7.1.2.1 Post-Award Stage................................................................................................................................ 12
7.1.2.2 Amendment of Contract ..................................................................................................................... 15
7.1.2.3 Communication with Client ................................................................................................................ 15
7.2 PURCHASING .................................................................................................................................................. 16
7.2.1 General ....................................................................................................................................................... 16
7.2.2 Sub-Vendor list .......................................................................................................................................... 16
7.2.3 Assessment and Selection of Sub-vendors ................................................................................................. 16
7.2.4 Purchasing Data ......................................................................................................................................... 16
7.2.5 Sub-Vendor Documents ............................................................................................................................. 16
7.2.6 Verification of Purchased Product ............................................................................................................ 17
7.2.7 Shipping and Custom Clearance ............................................................................................................... 18
7.3 PRODUCTION AND SERVICE PROVISION ................................................................................................... 18
7.3.1 Control of Product and Service Provision ................................................................................................. 18



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7.3.2 Identification of Traceability ..................................................................................................................... 18
7.3.3 Client Supplied Material............................................................................................................................ 19
7.3.4 Handling, Receiving, Storing, Preservation and Delivery ......................................................................... 19
7.4 CONTROL OF INSPECTION, MEASUREMENT AND TEST EQUIPMENT ................................................... 20
8. MEASUREMENT, ANALYSIS AND IMPROVEMENT ........................................................................................ 21
8.1 GENERAL ......................................................................................................................................................... 21
8.2 MONITORING AND MEASUREMENT ........................................................................................................... 21
8.2.1 Clients Satisfaction ................................................................................................................................... 21
8.2.2 Internal Quality Audit ............................................................................................................................... 22
8.2.3 Monitoring and Measurement of Processes............................................................................................... 22
8.2.4 Monitoring & Measurement of Manufacturing Products & Construction Work .................................... 22
8.3 CONTROL OF NONCONFORMING PRODUCT .............................................................................................. 23
8.4 ANALYSIS OF DATA....................................................................................................................................... 24
8.4.1. Client Satisfaction ...................................................................................................................................... 24
8.4.2 Nonconformity to project requirements .................................................................................................... 24
8.4.3 Characteristics and trends of processes and products .............................................................................. 24
8.4.4 Subcontractors ........................................................................................................................................... 24
8.5 IMPROVEMENT ............................................................................................................................................... 25
8.5.1 Continual Improvement ............................................................................................................................ 25
8.5.2 Corrective Action ....................................................................................................................................... 25
8.5.3 Preventive Action ...................................................................................................................................... 25
8.6 HANDOVER OF CIVIL WORKS ...................................................................................................................... 25
8.7 INSPECTION AND TEST ................................................................................................................................. 25

Appendix 1-1 Overall Organization Chart Rev. 01 .............................................................................................................. 26
Appendix 1-2 Field QA/QC Organization Rev. 01 .............................................................................................................. 27
Attachment 1 : Project Quality Objective
Attachment 2 : Staff Competency Form
Attachment 3 : Appraisal Form
Attachment 4 : Supplier Evaluation Report
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KETTANEH STATEMENT OF QUALITY POLICY AND OBJECTIVE


Project Quality Policy

Kettaneh Construction Emirates (KCE) is committed to provide, in realizing the Ruwais Refinery EPC-
4 Project located at Ruwais Industrial City, services to the satisfaction of M/s. CB&I ANSTALT under
DAEWOO E&C as per specifications and agreed conditions.

To meet its challenges KCE shall:

- Maintain a high level of technical capabilities through professional, experienced, skilled and
trained employees.
- Use of relevant equipment and modern technologies.
- Respect and comply with all relevant national and international codes and standards.
- Continue the pursuit of improving the quality of services.

General Guidelines

In realizing this project with regard to the quality policy above, the Project Management states the
project goals hereunder:

KCE shall comply with the project quality plan in order to handover this project to the satisfaction of
the Client as for:

Health, Safety and Environment (HSE),
Quality required,
Time frame as specified, and
Agreed cost


Project Quality Objective

Refer Attachment No. 1 Project Quality Objectives



Salim Al Salim



Managing Director
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1. SCOPE

This Project Quality Plan identifies & describes the Quality Management System (QMS) processes
needed for the construction activities conducted by Kettaneh Construction Emirates for M/s CB&I
ANSTALT under DAEWOO E&C to realize the RUWAIS REFINERY EXPANSION EPC-4
PROJECT.

2. APPLICABLE STANDARDS AND PROCEDURE

The following Codes and Standards will be applied for this project:
ISO 9001:2008 : Quality Management Systems - Requirements
ISO 9000:2005 : Quality Management Systems Fundamentals and vocabulary
BSI : British Standard Institution
ASTM : American Society for Testing and Materials
ACI : American Concrete Institute
Corporate Quality Manual: KCE-QM-101 Issue 01, 25 Nov 2010

3. TERMS AND DEFINITIONS

For the purposes of this Project Quality Plan, the terms and definitions given in the International
Standard, ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems Fundamentals and Vocabulary shall apply.

The following definitions will be applied in this document.

Company : TAKREER
Contractor : DAEWOO E&C
Sub Contractor : CB&I ANSTALT
Civil- Subcontractor : KETTANEH Construction Emirates
Project : Ruwais Refinery Expansion EPC-4 Project
AMD : Area Managing Director
EMS : Environmental Management System / based on ISO 14001
ESD : Estimation Department
ETM : Estimation & Tendering Manager
FQM : Field QA/QC Manager
ITP : Inspection & Test Plan
ITL : Independent Third Party Laboratory
PQP : Project Quality Plan
PSR : Purchase Service Requisition
PCSM : Project / Construction / Site Manager
VP : Vice President
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4. PROJECT QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

4.1. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

4.1.1 General

The Project Quality Plan is prepared in accordance with KCE Quality Manual based on
ISO 9001:2008, as well as the Clients requirements specified in the Tender Documents.

4.1.2 Outsourcing processes

KCE will use Third Party Independent Testing Laboratory to conduct laboratory quality
tests, at site or off site, when and where applicable. The Project Management shall appoint
the Field QA/QC Manager to monitor the testing laboratory to ensure that their activities
and documentation are in line with the Project Requirement.

4.2 DOCUMENTATION

4.2.1 Project Quality Management System Documents

Project Specific procedures and method statements for all aspects of the Works will be
prepared based on the Project requirements and KCEs Corporate Standard.
Applicable documents for the Project specific Quality Management System is listed in
Appendix-3 Applicable Document List.

4.2.2 Document and Data Control

1) This control includes the following:

a) assignment of personnel responsible for Project document and data control,
b) review and approval of documents and data by authorized personnel,
c) numbering, registration and use of standardized formats for issuing and distribution
of documents as per Client procedure and document numbering,
d) control of input, revision and storing of documents by electronic means as applicable
by KCE QMS,
e) removal of obsolete documents,
f) use of valid documents, and
g) control of changes

2) The Project Management shall prepare Monthly Status Report, which will be issued
regularly on monthly basis and will cover the following areas:
a) Procurement Status including the documentation requirements,
b) Construction Status including Sub-contracting packages, and
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The applicable documents for this chapter are TAK-CQP-S-GEN-PDRC-0003 REV. 00
Control Quality Procedure Drawing Control and TAK-CQP-S-GEN-PDOC-0002 REV. 00
Control Procedure for General Document Control. All formats to be used shall be
approved under its respective Master Document (Attachment No.5)

4.2.3 Control of Quality Record

Project Management maintains quality records to provide evidence of conformity to
requirements and of the effective operation of the QMS. The Control of Records
Procedure defines the controls needed for identification, storage, protection, retrieval,
retention time and disposition of records.

The applicable document for this chapter is TAK-CQP-S-GEN-PCOR-0004 REV. 00 Control
Quality Procedure for Control of Records.


5. MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY

5.1 GENERAL

The Project Management established the Project Quality Objective herewith attached
(Attachment No.1) and which shall be communicated by all concerned and will be instructed to
perform their duties strictly in accordance with this Project Quality Plan and thereby contribute to
the realization of the Project Quality Objective.

5.2 ORGANIZATION

5.2.1 Project Organization

Top Management has defined, communicated and established the responsibilities, authorities
and inter-relationship for the main activities and appointed the Project Management & Key
Personnel to manage the project implementation to ensure the compliance of the Works with
the specified requirement. Refer to:

Appendix 1-1: Overall organization chart
Appendix 1-2: Field QA/QC organization chart

5.2.2 Project Quality Organization

The Project Management appoints the FQM who shall coordinate with the Project Manager
& report to the Area QA/QC Manager for all quality matters.

Appendix 1-2 of this plan emphasizes the reporting relationships of Project Quality
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5.2.3 Function and Responsibility

Please refer to Appendix 2 Job Description for the Roles and Responsibilities of Key
Persons in this Project.

6. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

6.1 PROVISION OF RESOURCES

The Project Management ensures the meeting of Clients requirements by providing the resources
needed to implement and maintain the QMS and continually improve its effectiveness.

6.2 HUMAN RESOURCES

6.2.1 General

The General Manager assigned for this Project competent personnel, on the basis of
appropriate education, training, skills and experience, for the management and
implementation of the Works as well as their inspection including internal audits.

6.2.2 Competence, Training and Awareness

1) Qualification of Project Management Team Members

The General Manager ensures the qualifications of personnel for the Project
Management and Administration works. Their appointment shall be based on the
Corporate Human Resources procedure.

Please refer to Attachment No.2 Staff Competency File & Attachment No.3
Appraisal Form.

2) Training and Orientation

The Project Management established and maintains documented procedure to:

a) determine necessary competence and training needs,
b) provide training, where applicable, to address identified needs,
c) maintain appropriate records of education, training, skills & experience,
d) evaluate the effectiveness of training at defined interval,
e) ensure the necessary expertise and levels of skills are always available to
handle the expected workload and range of activities, and
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The Project Management maintains records of training of project office personnel on
an individual basis, Attachment No. 6 Training Record, which shall be kept
confidential at the Project Management disposition.

The applicable document for this chapter is TAK-CQP-S-GEN-PCTA-0008 REV. 00, Control Quality
Procedure for Competence, Training & Awareness
6.3 INFRASTRUCTURE AND WORK INVIRONMENT

6.3.1 Infrastructure

Project Management provides the infrastructure needed in the project. Infrastructure
includes the following temporary items as follows:

1. project office and associated utilities, warehouse, stockyard, temporary car park,
2. materials, machine and process equipment (both hardware and software), and
3. supporting services such as transport, communication and/or information system

6.3.2 Work Environment

Project Management provides Work Environment to include the following temporary
items as follows:

1. temporary safe and healthful facilities,
2. places of communication in the Project Site, and
3. safe work area and ambient working condition


7. PROJECT EXECUTION

7.1 COMPANY, CLIENT RELATED PROCESS

7.1.1 Determination of Requirements

Top Management ensures that the requirements related to the Project with tender documents
are thoroughly reviewed and understood and clarification from Client about ambiguities
recorded.

7.1.2 Review of Project Requirements

The Top Management has planned and developed the processes needed for Product
Realization. Planning of product realization is consistent with the requirements of other
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The realization process in KCE is done in three stages:

Pre-award Estimation Stage
Award Stage
Post-award Execution Stage

This PQP shall describe only the stages related specifically to this Project.

7.1.2.1 Post-Award Stage

1) Contract Budget and Cost Control

The contract quantities and budget are prepared for operational purposes
(procurement, accounting, cost control etc). Copy of the budget is checked by the
ETM and VP Business Development, Estimation & IT.

VP Business Development, Estimation & IT will forward the same to the General
Manager for his review, if the former finds it necessary. This is done prior to
distribution to the Area Procurement Department for reference, Finance and Accounts
Unit (FAU) for control and PCSM for follow-up.

2) Contract Document Distribution

Copies of the contract document will be distributed to:
Area Managing Director (AMD)

Area Managing Director will review the contract as a whole to highlight the important
aspects of the project which will be brought up in regular meetings with various
sections/department Managers to ensure that the project is handled technically and
financially as targeted and, not the least, to the quality and standards required in the
contract.

Project / Construction / Site Manager (PCSM)

Project / Construction / Site Manager will review the contract as a whole and in
particular scope of work, contractors obligations, milestone dates, and construction
schedule and quality / safety requirements.

Area Procurement / Procurement Manager (APM)

Area Procurement / Procurement Manager will review the contract as a whole and in
particular, milestone date, material procurement schedule, material/equipment
specifications and standards, quality requirements and procedure and material long
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Area Administrative & Commercial Manager (ACM)

The ACM will be basically involved in payment terms and the relevant cash flow
including monthly expenses vs. income.

The ACM Shall be involved in procurement of site needs for various categories of
staff and labours and their accommodation, transportation and travel, visas, residency
cards, work permits, etc.

Area Quality Assurance / Quality Control Manager (AQAQCM)

The Area QA/QC Manager will review the Contract and highlight all Quality related
issues. At a later stage, he will be responsible to define the processes and procedures
required by the Contract in order to implement them for this specific Project.

Contracts Manager (CM)

The CM will review the Contract and highlight all the specifically contractual rights
and duties of both KCE and the Client, in order to be able to follow them up at a later
stage.

3) Transfer of Data

Upon signing the contract, the AMD shall invite all concerned to an internal kick
off meeting, whereby the AMD will transfer the following basic elements/data to
the attendees for implementation:
a- mobilization period,
b- work schedule,
c- long lead items,
d- major materials,
e- major subcontractors envisaged,
f- major construction equipment,
g- number of needed laborers and type/skills,
h- list of staff,
i- critical conditions of the contract, and
j- also any deviation from Project Specifications, if considered in the
estimate

A brief description on the Project as well as all particular points and /or amendments
that arose during bidding and/or before contract signing are brought to the attention of
those present in this kick off meeting (in writing) for their implementation.






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4) Construction Operations:
Material Delivery

The Site Procurement Coordinator (SPC) in conjunction with the Site
Planning Engineer (SPE) will regularly review material delivery dates with
respect to construction activities and completion dates so as to meet the
overall project completion schedule date.

Procurement

The Area Procurement Department (based in our Head Office, Abu Dhabi)
will review the contract schedule in relation to the material requirements
of the project:
- as to when the material is required on site, and
- the relevant specification of that material

Shop Drawings

The Technical Office (TO) reviews the contract requirement for shop
drawings envisaged to be prepared, in due course, for submittal to avoid
any delays in material procurement or project execution of the relevant
works.

Project / Construction / Site Manager

The Project / Construction / Site Manager will review the contract to
ensure that all activities are carried out as per Contract Specifications,
applicable Codes and Standards, other Clients requirements, construction
schedule and milestone dates.

Project Quality Control

The Field QA/QC Manager (FQM) and the related Quality Control
Engineers (QCEs) will review the requirements specified by the Client in
the Contract Specifications, the related Codes and Standards and any
additional requirements considered necessary for the intended use to
ensure before issuing the relevant PSR of ordering materials, equipment
and services that they are in full compliance with the Contract. In addition,
the FQM shall provide the necessary instructions to assure compatibility of
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7.1.2.2 Amendment of Contract

Variations to the Contract:

During the process of execution, should the Client introduce changes in
Specifications to certain items or changes in the scope of Work, the Technical
Office (TO) will evaluate with the assistance of the ESD, the price effect
resulting from these changes.
The TO will also evaluate any effect on the terms of the contract and in
particular, on the execution schedule of the project as a whole or part thereof
and also price effect of items related to the indirect cost. In case of any
amendment, the said amendment are resolved and properly documented and the
relevant personnel and company departments concerned are made aware of the
changes for implementation.
Originals are added to the original Contract document retained by AMD.
Contract review records are maintained with the Project Manager.

7.1.2.3 Communication with Client

The Project Management determines and implements effective arrangements for
communicating with Client in relation to:

1) Product information

Upon request from Client, KCE shall submit relevant technical sheets, samples
etc. as applicable for Clients information and records and/or review and
approval.

2) Enquiries, Contracts or order handling, including amendments
Project Management manages all the technical queries and changes in the
Contract and additions to the contract which are made after execution of the
contract.

3) Client feedback, including Client complaints
a) Project Management takes measures to reply and resolved as appropriate to
the Client complaints during construction period. Complaints which cannot
be solved by Project Management will be consulted to the AMD.

b) AMD shall take the necessary measures in cooperation with Clients local
project office for any complaints that shall occur after KCE hand over of the
Project.
c) Implementation of regular meetings with Client and their records
maintained.

The communication shall be single line procedure vide the Project
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7.2 PURCHASING

7.2.1 General

The Area Procurement / Procurement Manager based in the KCE Abu Dhabi head office
has overall responsibility for all purchasing activities to ensure purchasing will be
implemented in accordance with the Clients requirements and Corporate Standard
Practices.

The applicable document for this chapter is TAK-CQP-S-GEN-PPUR-0007 REV. 00, Control
Quality Procedure Purchasing.

7.2.2 Sub-Vendor list

The Project Manager with the coordination of the Area Procurement / Procurement
Manager shall prepare and submit to the Client the Sub-vendor list for approval as per the
Contract requirements.

This list shall be prepared based on the return of experience from previous similar projects
and related activities which had materialized vide the periodical evaluation.

7.2.3 Assessment and Selection of Sub-vendors

Sub-vendor shall be selected from the Sub-vendor list unless vendors not listed are more
appropriate and suitable in technical aspect.

New suppliers shall be accessed via suppliers/subcontractors questionnaire and supplier
evaluation report. Attachment No.4 Supplier Evaluation Report

7.2.4 Purchasing Data

Data intended to give adequate and precise description of the requirements of the
equipment and/or materials to be purchased shall be provided in the requisition attached to
each PSR.

7.2.5 Sub-Vendor Documents

Sub-Vendor documentation requirements as applicable:
- batch or mill test certificates (manufacturer test certificates) as applicable,
- quality test conducted by approved ITL, when and where applicable,
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- operation & maintenance manuals, and
- warranty

7.2.6 Verification of Purchased Product

1.) The Project Management established documented procedures for receiving,
inspecting and testing of materials and equipment which are carried out, inside and
outside of the Project Site and verifies that such materials and equipments complies
with the relevant Specifications provided in the Contract. The documented
procedures established include the measures to prevent such materials and
equipment from being used by mistake prior to being inspected or tested.

2.) The Project Management determined and included in the documented procedures
the items, frequency and sampling rate of the receiving inspection and testing for
such materials and equipment considering the conditions described below.

a) The extent of quality of such material and equipments supplied by the
manufacturer are the quality records provided by the manufacturers and
suppliers. Where such information is not available or such information seems to
be unreliable, the sampling and testing frequency shall be as per Client
requirements, as well as applicable local and international Standards.
Subsequently, the increase or decrease of testing frequency, depending on the
results of such sampling testing.

b) If documented quality evidence of conformance is to be attached to delivered
materials and equipment and where it is attached, its contents.

3.) Where the Project Management after discussions with Client is obliged to
incorporate delivered materials and equipment in the Works for urgent reasons
prior to carrying out receiving, inspecting and testing, he shall obtain a clear written
instruction/s from the Client and accordingly identify and record related materials
and equipment for this case.

The Project Management had established a Procedure for Identification &
Traceability and maintained the records. Where it is inferred from subsequent
inspection and testing of similar materials and equipment or from any other
verification which shall be carried out timely, prior to progressing to the next step
of construction, after incorporation of such materials and/or equipment, that the
incorporated materials and/or equipment could be nonconforming product, the
Project Management shall risk recovering and replacing them with only approved
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7.2.7 Shipping and Custom Clearance

The shipping activities for equipment and materials for the Project will be performed in
accordance with Project shipping and packing instructions and applicable UAE law.

7.3 PRODUCTION AND SERVICE PROVISION

7.3.1 Control of Product and Service Provision

Project Management had clearly defined construction plan including construction
processes on the project schedule and/or work procedures as needed and shall carry out
construction under controlled conditions.

Controlled conditions shall include as applicable.

1) The availability of information that describes the characteristics of the product, such as
Design Drawings, Specifications, Design Instruction, etc.
(7.1.2 Review of Project requirements)

2) The availability of work instructions such as work procedures etc., as necessary and the
use of suitable equipment which are needed for the work;
(6.3.1: Infrastructure)

3) The availability and use of monitoring and measuring devices, as necessary;
(7.4: Control of Inspection, Measurement and Test Equipment)

4) The implementation of monitoring and measurement, and
(8.2.4: Monitoring and Measurement of Manufacturing Products & Construction
Work)

5) The implementation of release to the proceeding process, delivery and post-delivery
activities.

7.3.2 Identification of Traceability

Project Management regarding this section performs the following actions:

1) Where appropriate and as applicable, identify the materials or equipment to be
incorporated in the work at any time from delivery to the site until delivery to the
Client on completion, this includes mainly concrete and rebar for Civil Works,

2) Where traceability is a requirement the Project Manager controls and records, the
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3) Traceability for the state of inspection.

The applicable document for this chapter (Civil works) is TAK-CQP-S-GEN-PRET-0004
REV. 00 Control Quality Procedure for Rebar Traceability and approved concrete pour
card.

7.3.3 Client Supplied Material

Project Management performs regarding this section the following actions:

1) Where the Clients property is to be incorporated in the Work as provided in the
Contract, the Project Management determined the process of handling these items and
verification on receipt, storage and release from storage until incorporation in the work
of such Clients property, and

2) Where the Clients property is found visually unacceptable or partly and/or entirely
missing, the Project Management shall report the fact to the Client and agrees with him
how to recover.

The applicable document for this chapter is TAK-CQP-S-GEN-PHRM-0005 REV. 00 Control
Quality Procedure for Handling and Receiving Permanent Materials

7.3.4 Handling, Receiving, Storing, Preservation and Delivery

The Project Management established and maintains documented procedures to handle,
store, protect and deliver materials and equipment as well as the completed portion of the
work.

1) Handling

Where applicable and as appropriate the procedure of handling materials, equipment &
completed portions of the Work shall be included in the relevant method statement for
specific work items to prevent them from getting damaged or deteriorated, otherwise
the Manufacturers recommendation shall be strictly followed and implemented.

2) Storage

The Project Management appointed a competent person, Storekeeper, who is
responsible with the coordination of Material Controller for the controlling of
applicable materials and equipment that need such control as described below. The
Project Management shall implement and monitor the following:

a) Open sky storage areas and or warehouses shall be designated in order to prevent
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b) The Procedure shall be identified for the materials and equipment which could
easily deteriorate during storage and a matrix of inspection as applicable shall be
established with the frequency of inspection and assess the extent of any
deterioration and take necessary actions to prevent damage and/or deterioration,
and
c) Establish the materials entry and release control procedure including approval
of release.

3) Protection

The procedure for the protection methods for the completed portions of the Work,
identification for the items, which need rust-inhibiting treatment or sealing of
desiccant, and a practical method for prevention are included in the construction
procedure for the specific work items.

4) Delivery

The Project Management establishes documented procedures for the care of the
completed structure after in-house inspection and testing on completion and maintains
them until handing over to the Client in conformance with the procedures.
The applicable documents for this chapter is TAK-CQP-S-GEN-PHRM-0005 REV. 00
Control Quality Procedure for Handling and Receiving Permanent Materials

7.4 CONTROL OF INSPECTION, MEASUREMENT AND TEST EQUIPMENT

Where necessary to ensure valid result as the numerical value by Client requirements,
Project Management shall determine the objects of controlled monitoring and measuring
equipments and establish processes as follows:
Measuring equipments shall:
1) be calibrated at specified intervals, or prior to use, against measurement standards
traceable to international or national measurement standards, where no such standards
exist, the basis used for calibration or verification shall be recorded,
2) be adjusted or re-adjusted as necessary,
3) be identified to enable the calibration status to be determined,
4) be safeguarded from adjustments that would invalidate the measurement result, and
5) be protected from damage and deterioration during handling maintenance and storage

Measuring equipments includes but not limited to:

1) Survey instruments
2) Weighing Scales and Balance
3) Thermometer / Hygrometer
4) Concrete Batching Plant Scales and Meter
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6) Pressure Gauges
7) Concrete Moisture Tester
8) Nuclear Density Gauge
9) Electrode Drying Oven
10) Welding Rectifier
11) Welding Generator Set
12) Electrical Digital Multi Meter
13) Electrical Digital Clamp Meter
14) Cable Insulation Tester

In addition, Project Management shall assess & record the validity of the previous
measuring results when the equipment is found not conforms to the requirements. Project
Manager shall take appropriate action on the equipment & any product affected.

Records of the results of calibration & verification shall be maintained.

The applicable documents for this chapter are KCQ-QM-101-7.6.3 Procedure for
Control of Inspection, Measurement and Test Equipment, of the Corporate Quality
Manual.


8. MEASUREMENT, ANALYSIS AND IMPROVEMENT

8.1 GENERAL

Top Management plans and implements the monitoring, measurement, analysis and improvement
processes needed:

1) To continually improve the effectiveness of the Quality Management System, the
effectiveness of applicable methods shall be monitored through the internal auditing,
midterm in-house inspection and monthly progress report.

8.2 MONITORING AND MEASUREMENT

8.2.1 Clients Satisfaction

As one of the measurements of the performance of the QMS, the Head office and Project
Management shall monitor the information relating to Client perception as to whether the
Organization has met Client requirements.

The methods for obtaining and using this information shall be determined as follows:

1) Requests and complaints during construction;
- on the regular meetings and/or occasional meetings



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2) Requests and complaints upon the completion of works;
- on the in-house final inspection and/or the handing over of the Project
3) Other information such as business development matters and Customer Survey Form
etc.

This information mentioned above shall be utilized for the Corrective and Preventive
action, Management Review Meeting, and also spread within all the organization of KCE
as necessary.

8.2.2 Internal Quality Audit

The Area QA/QC Manager or his delegate shall conduct internal audits at planned
intervals; usually the first audit will be conducted when the project reaches a twenty
percent (20%) progress accomplishment, to determine whether the Project Quality Plan is
effectively implemented and maintained. Succeeding internal audits will be conducted at a
planned interval as practicable and applicable for a minimum of 2 audits per 12 months
project duration.

The General Manager will submit the relevant audit and/or surveillance reports, including
findings and observations, areas of concern and required corrective actions, if any, on
completion to the Client through the Project Management whenever requested by M/s.
DAEWOO E&C or to be shown as requested during an audit conducted by M/s.
DAEWOO E&C.

The applicable document for this chapter is TAK-CQP-S-GEN-PIQA-0008 REV. 00 Control
Quality Procedure for Internal Audit

8.2.3 Monitoring and Measurement of Processes

KCE shall monitor and measure processes to ensure they continue to satisfy their intended
purpose. The Area QA/QC Manager assisted by the Project Manager has the overall
responsibility for establishing, implementing and maintaining this activity.

For this purpose KCE shall employ three activities/methods as follows:

1) Internal Quality Audit
2) In-house Final Inspection
3) Project Review Meeting

8.2.4 Monitoring & Measurement of Manufacturing Products & Construction Work

The Project Management monitors and measures the characteristics of the work to verify
that project requirements have been met. Project Management carries out at the following
stages of the project realization process in accordance with the planned arrangements:



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1) Inspection during construction

Project Management establishes and implements the procedure for inspection and
testing of the work described in the relevant approved ITP including the measures to
prevent works from being progressed to the subsequent stage prior to inspection and
testing for conformance, except the process work which can be identified and tested
for conformance, from the subsequent work.

a) Information from the monthly reports which are provided by Project Management.

2) In-house inspection and testing and completion

Project Management carries out the in-house inspection and testing on completion in
order to verify that the Works conform to specified requirements and records the
results.

Project Management shall deliver the work to the Client after he confirms the
completion of the works complies with the Client requirements.

The applicable Document for this chapter is TAK-CQP-S-GEN-PPLP-0009 REV. 00
Control Quality Procedure Punch List Procedure

8.3 CONTROL OF NONCONFORMING PRODUCT

The Project Management ensures that product which does not conform to product requirements
is identified and controlled to prevent its unintended use or delivery.

Project Management deals with nonconforming product by one or more of the following ways:

1) by taking action to eliminate the detected nonconformity,
2) by authorizing its use, release or acceptance under concession by the Client as
applicable,
3) by taking action to preclude its original intended use or application,
4) By taking action appropriate to the effects, or potential effects, of the nonconformity
when nonconforming product is detected after completion.

Records of the nature of nonconformities and any subsequent actions taken, including
concessions obtained, shall be maintained.

When nonconforming product is corrected it shall be subject to re-verification and
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The controls and related responsibilities and authorities for dealing with nonconforming
product shall be defined in TAK-CQP-S-GEN-PNCP-0010 REV. 00 Control Quality
Procedure for Control of Nonconforming Product.

8.4 ANALYSIS OF DATA

The Project Management with close coordination with the Corporate QA/QC Manager shall
collect and analyze appropriate data to demonstrate the suitability and effectiveness of the
QMS and to evaluate where continual improvement of the effectiveness of the QMS can be
made.

The analysis of data shall provide information relating to:
8.4.1. Client Satisfaction

Project Management analyses claims and requests from Client through their regular
meetings during construction as well as the customer satisfaction survey, and
then takes measures against them. Where necessary, Project Management
discusses the matter with the Corporate QA/QC Manager.

The Corporate QA/QC Manager shall then report to Top Management vide the VP
Projects Control, Safety & Quality and utilize the data to ensure Client satisfaction
through Continual Improvement of QMS, and such information shall also be
included as one of the inputs during Management Review Meeting.

8.4.2 Nonconformity to project requirements

Project Management reports the nonconformance incident by using Non-
Conformance Report through the result of in-house inspection and or Client
inspection, where necessary as applicable.

8.4.3 Characteristics and trends of processes and products

These include opportunities for preventive action as the following methods:

a. Grasp the trends of the comments of internal audits and in-house inspection
b. Follow up the contents of Project basic quality policy guideline

8.4.4 Subcontractors

Area Procurement / Procurement Manager analyses the results of the evaluations
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8.5 IMPROVEMENT

8.5.1 Continual Improvement

KCE continually improves the effectiveness of the Quality Management System
through the use of the Quality Policy, Quality Objectives, Audit Results, Analysis
of Data, Corrective and Preventive actions and Management Review.

8.5.2 Corrective Action

Project Management takes action to eliminate the cause of nonconformities in order
to prevent reoccurrence. Corrective action shall be appropriate to the effects of the
nonconformities encountered. A documented procedure has been established to
define the requirements as mentioned below;

a. evaluating the need for action to ensure that non-conformities do not reoccur,
b. reviewing nonconformities (including Client complaints),
c. determining the root causes of nonconformities,
d. determining and implementing action needed,
e. correction of the nonconformity,
f. records of the results of action taken, and
g. reviewing corrective action and analyze the effectiveness of action taken

8.5.3 Preventive Action

Project Management determines action to eliminate the causes of potential
nonconformities in order to prevent their occurrence. Prevention actions are
appropriate to the effects of the potential problems. Project Management shall
implement the documented procedure Corrective and Preventive action to define
requirements as mentioned below, and maintains it.

a. determining potential nonconformities,
b. evaluating the need for action to prevent occurrence of nonconformities,
c. determining and implementing action needed,
d. records of results of action taken, and
e. analyze the effectiveness of action taken

The applicable Documents for this computer are TAK-CQP-S-GEN-PCPA-0011 REV.
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8.6 HANDOVER OF CIVIL WORKS

8.6.1 The handover of CIVIL WORK will be in accordance with a DAEWOO procedure to be
agreed with COMPANY.

8.6.2 KCE shall be totally responsible for handover of all its WORK related to the construction
of the PLANT as per Scope of Work. KCE procedure will typically include the following
handover steps:

-Discipline Acceptance
-Systems Acceptance
-Unit Acceptance
-CIVIL COMPLETION

8.6.3 Each of these handover steps will be a Hold Point, i.e., progress from one step to the
next requires written approval from DAEWOO E&C.

8.7 INSPECTION AND TEST

KCE will inspect and test not only as per COMPANY approved field Inspection &
Test Plan but also as per Contract Requirements.


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Authorized Signature



NOTE: TBA- To Be Advised
CORPORATE QA/QC
MANAGER
Toni Hamouche
KETTANEH CONSTRUCTION EMIRATES
OFF SITE ORGANIZATION

SITE ORGANIZATION
PROJECT
MANAGEMENT
Field QA/QC MANAGER
TBA

Approved
INDEPENDENT LABORATORY
For Soil Analysis & Reinforced
Concrete Tests etc
CB&I QA/QC
MANAGER
TBA

Coordination
Communication
SECRETARY &
DOCUMENT CONTROLLER

TANK 2


TANK 3
Field QA/QC Engineer
TBA
Field QA/QC Engineer
TBA
Technician/s
TBA

TANK 1
Field QA/QC Engineer
TBA
RFI COORDINATOR
TBA
Field Electrical QC
TBA
Land Surveyor
TBA



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Appendix 2: Job Description

1) Project Manager

a. Having full charge of all operations and full authority to represent the project and to control
the Safety, Quality, Schedule and Cost.

b. Has the overall responsibility for the Project HSE and Quality Plans functioning within the
Company & Client policies. This responsibility and authority shall be delegated to
responsible project personnel with instructions to maintain and verify compliance to the
system throughout the duration of the project.

c. Approving the Project Plan and appraising the performance of the project WORKS and
submit monthly progress reports to the Client and highlighting any adverse trend with
counter measures to be taken.

d. Implementing the Project Safety / Quality Plan for procurement, construction /
commissioning work etc.

e. Detecting non-conformities / incidents and initiating and/or approving corrective actions,
intervening as to resolve outstanding safety & Quality issues and ensuring documenting of
all changes to project specification.

f. Fulfilling Contractors requirements specified in the Contract.

g. Attend project review meeting

h. Reporting to the Area Managing Director.

2) Site / Construction Manager

a. Acting as the Project Manager in the absence of the Project Manager
b. Advising and assisting the Project Manager and participating in project review meeting.
c. Supervising and controlling the day to day running of the project.
d. Review project and quality plans, budget, schedule, contracts and resources and make
recommendation to the Project Manager.
e. Attend project review meeting
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3) Section Engineer

a. Responsible for the general progress of the section construction work
b. Controlling work schedule, Quality, Work packages subcontract works and construction.
c. Implement method statements / work procedure.
d. Reporting to the Site / Construction Manager

4) Technical Office Manager

a. Responsible for the preparation, review of method statement and shop drawings, technical
queries, etc.
b. Responsible for the preparation of monthly progress reports
c. Responsible for the schedule control
d. Review contracts and change orders with coordination of the Contract Manager
e. Attend project review meeting
f. Reporting to the Site Manager

5) Field QA/QC Manager

a. Preparing, maintaining and implementing of the Project Quality Plan
b. Responsible for the preparation, maintain, review, distribution and control of the project
documents.
c. Responsibility for all Quality Control Activities for the Project
d. Attending weekly QA/QC meeting with Client
e. Report to the Project Management
f. Major quality issues reported to Area QA/QC Manager

6) Administrator

a. Responsible for the general administrative matters and the daily running of the project
office.
b. Accommodation, Transportation, Catering etc.
c. Prepare financial reports as applicable
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e. Major administrative issues reported to Area Administrative and Commercial Manager.
Appendix 3: Applicable Document List

Doc. No. Title
1 TAK-CQP-S-GEN-PCOW-0001 REV. 00 Control Quality Procedure for Concrete Works
2 TAK -CQP-S-GEN-PGDC-0002 REV. 00
Control Quality Procedure for General Document
Control
3 TAK -CQP-S-GEN-PDRC-0003 REV. 00 Control Quality Procedure for Drawing Control
4 TAK -CQP-S-GEN-PCOR-0004 REV. 00 Control Quality Procedure for Control of Records
5 TAK -CQP-S-GEN-PRET-0005 REV. 00 Control Quality Procedure for Rebar Traceability
6 TAK -CQP-S-GEN-PHRM-0006 REV. 00
Control Quality Procedure for Handling and
Receiving Permanent Materials
7 TAK -CQP-S-GEN-PPUR-0007 REV. 00 Control Quality Procedure Purchasing
8 TAK -CQP-S-GEN-PCTA-0008 REV. 00
Control Quality Procedure for Competence, Training
& Awareness
9 TAK -CQP-S-GEN-PIQA-0009 REV. 00 Control Quality Procedure for Internal Quality Audit
10 TAK -CQP-S-GEN-PPLP-0010 REV. 00 Control Quality Procedure for Punch List Procedure
11 TAK -CQP-S-GEN-PNCP-0011 REV. 00
Control Quality Procedure for Nonconforming
Product
12 TAK -CQP-S-GEN-PCPA-0012 REV. 00
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No.

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