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VOLUME 2 PART 1 - GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) .................................................................... 3 PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) .. 47 GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) ............................................................ 64 SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) ............................................ 90 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS (3609) ..................... 117 INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603)............................................................. 125 TRAINING (3601) ........................................................................................... 146 VERIFICATION, TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) ................................... 151 BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608)........................................................... 180

10. CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606)... 199 11. RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) ..................................................... 220

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VOLUME 2 - TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 1 - GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Title: Document number: KAFD Project SYSTRA Transmitter PHB Phase PE Type PMG Discipline ALL Subject 3605 Doc. Number T Family A1 Revision

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

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KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System - Riyadh

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................... 7 GLOSSARY ......................................................................................................................................................... 8 PROJECT MANAGEMENT PLAN.................................................................................................................. 9 3.1 PROJECT MANAGEMENT PLAN ELEMENTS.................................................................................................... 10 3.1.1 Contractor's Organisation ................................................................................................................... 10 3.1.2 Key Personnel ...................................................................................................................................... 10 3.1.3 Web Based Management Information System...................................................................................... 11 3.1.4 Performance Measurement .................................................................................................................. 11 3.1.5 Schedules ............................................................................................................................................. 11 3.1.6 Progress Schedules .............................................................................................................................. 13 3.1.7 Schedule Updating Requirements ........................................................................................................ 14 3.1.8 CDRL Report-Project File ................................................................................................................... 15 3.1.9 Design Control..................................................................................................................................... 16 3.1.10 Manufacturing and Procurement Control ........................................................................................... 16 3.1.11 Installation Control.............................................................................................................................. 16 3.1.12 Integrated Verification......................................................................................................................... 16 3.1.13 Configuration Management ................................................................................................................. 16 3.1.14 Change Control Procedure.................................................................................................................. 17 3.1.15 Requirements Management.................................................................................................................. 17 3.1.16 Formats, Submittals, Review and Approvals ....................................................................................... 18 3.2 CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT .................................................................................................................. 19 3.2.1 Configuration Management Plan......................................................................................................... 19 3.2.2 Records and Documentation................................................................................................................ 19 3.2.3 Configuration Control ......................................................................................................................... 20 3.3 DOCUMENT/AS BUILT DRAWING MANAGEMENT ......................................................................................... 20 3.3.1 Drawing and Document List or Tree ................................................................................................... 20 3.3.2 Construction Documentation ............................................................................................................... 20 3.4 DESIGN REVIEWS AND AUDITS ..................................................................................................................... 22 3.4.1 Design Reviews .................................................................................................................................... 22 3.4.2 Final Design Review ............................................................................................................................ 22 3.5 DOCUMENT FLOW ORGANISATION AND CONTROL........................................................................................ 22 3.5.1 Project Documentation Update ........................................................................................................... 23 3.5.2 Photography......................................................................................................................................... 23 3.6 INTERFACE MANAGEMENT ........................................................................................................................... 23 3.7 REVIEWS AND REPORTS ................................................................................................................................ 23 3.7.1 General ................................................................................................................................................ 23 3.7.2 Initial Activities Report ........................................................................................................................ 24 3.7.3 Progress Meetings and Reports ........................................................................................................... 24 3.7.4 Contract Deliverable Requirements Report......................................................................................... 26

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QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM...................................................................................................... 26 4.1 GENERAL ...................................................................................................................................................... 26 4.1.1 Scope.................................................................................................................................................... 27

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.............................................. 33 4..............................................................................................6...6 Certification of Personnel.........................................................................................................................2 Contractor Responsibilities............................................................... 28 4...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2 Removal Correction . 27 4..6..........13 SUPPLIER CERTIFICATION ................................12..................................................................................... AVAILABILITY & MAINTAINABILITY REQUIREMENTS............................................................................. 37 5.................................................. 30 4.......................................... MANUFACTURING AND INSTALLATION CONTROL..................3........................................................ 33 4...............2 Evidence of Compliance .......................................... 38 5.......................................................6 HANDLING.............................................................1........................................................................................................................................2............3 Quality Management Plan ......................................3..12................................................ 40 6........................................................... 28 4............................................12 DEFECTS IN ITEMS OR WORK .....................................................................................................3....................... 41 6............. 29 4......................2 Supplier Control/Inspection.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Riyadh 4..... 33 4...............................................................................................doc 22 July 2009 Page 5 / 240 .4 Verification ............................. 37 5..........................................6.......................5 In-Process Inspection....4 ENGINEER’S RESPONSIBILITIES ..........5 CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES ............................................................................................................................................................................1 General ...................7 OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL SAFETY .................. 36 5.... 35 5..........................................6.............................................................................................................................................................................3..................... 30 4...........6 SECURITY TASKS ....................................... 36 5...... 33 4..11 QUALITY REQUIREMENTS ON DOCUMENTATION ............................ 30 4.........................................................................................................8 NON-COMPLIANT ITEM .............................. 31 4........................................................................1 SYSTEM ASSURANCE ..................... 39 6..................................................................................................................................................................1........ STORAGE AND DELIVERY ........ 31 4.......7 PROGRAM AUDITS ........................................2 Inspection..................... 33 4............. 33 4.............................................................4 Receiving Inspection ......................................................................... SECURITY PROGRAM.........................................5 IDENTIFICATION AND INSPECTION STATUS ....... 41 6...................... 36 5............................................ 32 4.....................................2 Detailed Security Assessment... 41 6.................................................................14 CONSTRUCTION......1 SECURITY COMMITTEE .......... 28 4............................................................................1........ 32 4.............................. 30 4.....4 RECOVERY ANALYSIS...................2 PROCUREMENT QUALITY ASSURANCE ......... 41 6......3..........................1........................3 MAINTAINABILITY ANALYSIS .............................................1 Preliminary Security Assessment ......... 31 4.........................3 Inspection...............................................................1 Shipping Cost......................... 40 6................................3 INSPECTION AND TEST ...........................................8 SAFETY TRAINING ...........................9 AUDITS ......................................................................................................................................7 CORRECTIVE ACTION ............................... 28 4...........................................10 QUALITY ASSURANCE RECORDS .............................................................................................................................................................................2 RELIABILITY..... 27 4.......................... 29 4......................................1 Supplier Selection ........................................................................................6................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 29 4...3 General Requirements ...... 28 4....................................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ...........................................................................................................................................1....................5 STANDARDS ........................................................................................................ 31 4............................................................................................................................................... 40 6.............................. 38 5.................................3 Testing..............................................................................................3..............4 STATISTICAL SAMPLING PLANS ............................................................................................2 SECURITY COMMITTEE ORGANISATION ............................................................... 35 5.............. 28 4........................................... 43 PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master ...........12......6 Shipping Inspection.....................................................................7 Certification of Equipment........1 General ....................................................... 31 4.................................... SYSTEM ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS .......................................3 SECURITY PROGRAM POLICIES .......................................... 35 5.................. 37 5..........5 Organisation .................................................. 42 6......... 40 6..................................Vol 2 Part 1............................. 32 4.........................................................................................................................................................................................2...................................................6 SYSTEM SAFETY MANAGEMENT........................................................... 33 5...1...................

................................................................. 43 ENGINEER SECURITY VERIFICATION......................... 44 SYSTEM OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM .... 46 PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master ........ 45 FOLLOW UP ......................................................................................................................... 45 FORM AND UPDATES OF DOCUMENTATION .................................................................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ..........Riyadh 6...........................................................8 6....................2 7.....................................................................................................................................................................4 GENERAL .......................doc 22 July 2009 Page 6 / 240 ............................................9 6.............................................................. 45 7......................... PROGRESS AND STATUS REPORTS......3 7........10 7............................................................................. 43 ACCESS CONTROL PLAN .......................... 45 PUBLIC INFORMATION ......................................................1 7.....................Vol 2 Part 1....................

The Contractor shall establish procedures to ensure that all plans produced as a result of the requirements of this Section remain updated throughout the Contract performance period.Riyadh 1.Vol 2 Part 1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 7 / 240 . when “the Operator” or the “O&M Contractor” appears.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The Contractor shall use a system for planning monitoring and controlling that encompasses all the Work to be performed. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Introduction The Contractor shall establish and be fully responsible for the Project Management Organisation to be implemented to accomplish the KAFD Monorail System. it must be understood as the operating part of the EPCO Contractor. All elements of the Project Management Organisation described in this Section are subject to review and approval by the Employer or by the Engineer. In this document.

doc 22 July 2009 Page 8 / 240 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 2. Glossary AC CDRL DCP DMIS EMC EMI EN HVAC IEC ISDP LSFH NFPA MMS MTTR NTP OCC PMP PVC RAM RAMS SIL SAMP SAP TOC UIC VTA WBS Alternative current Contract Deliverable Requirements List Design Control Point Database Management Information System Electro Magnetic Compatibility Electro Magnetic Interference European Standard Heating.Vol 2 Part 1. Tests and Acceptance Work Breakdown Structure PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Fume and Halogen National Fire Protection Association Maintenance Management System Mean Time To Repair Notification to proceed Operation Control Centre Project Management Plan Polyvinyl Chloride Reliability Availability Maintainability Reliability Availability Maintainability Safety Safety Integrity Level System Assurance Monitoring Plan System Assurance Plan Take Over Certificate International Union of Railways Verification.Air Conditioning International Electrotechnical Convention Integrated System Demonstration Program Low Smoke. Ventilation .

responsibilities and involvement in the Project. The Current Working Estimate shall utilize the Contractor's Pricing Structure and Catalog of Prices. The level of schedule detail shall include activities for each Work Category described in Sections 4. The Contractor shall maintain a current working estimate including all costs of the project. As a basis for organizing any work under the Contract. Dates at which the key staff shall be on duty for the project. and Schedule of Unit Prices in the Catalogue of Prices. the WBS shall be consistent with the Organisation of the Progress Schedule. Regardless of management documentation separation selection. Historical records shall be kept current and include all changes. This Plan shall be consistent with the Organisation and Management information presented by the Contractor in his proposal. Cost Trend Analyses shall be performed by the Contractor periodically and the projections included in the monthly progress reports.1. Line Segments and Buildings. It must clearly demonstrate the integration of the individual companies of the Contractor into one management structure. The Progress Schedule showing cost loaded activities by application of the Contractor's prices to each individual WBS Work Category in combination with its applicable Specific Stations. shall among others. Within 28 calendar days after the issuance of Notice To Proceed (NTP).2. The Contractor management documentation shall be structured so that passive efforts that can be expected to require only infrequent revision and active efforts that can be expected to require frequent revision will be included in different documents. choose to group the requirements differently and submit a different number of documents. The Contractor shall provide cost estimating services as required under the direction of the Employer and Engineer. A description of the cost estimating services for the duration of the Project.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 3. When requested. In order to minimise the total number of documents to be originated by the Contractor. ensuring that there is always a sufficient period for project information acquisition by the personnel coming during the project.2.doc . the Contractor may. Pricing Forms. all documents shall be maintained current at all times.Vol 2 Part 1. the resulting budgeted value for work 22 July 2009 Page 9 / 240 4) 5) 6) PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .7 of this document. The Contractor’s PMP shall include but not be limited to: 1) 2) 3) A listing of key personnel. The Contractor shall submit a Project Management Plan to the Employer and the Engineer for review and approval. due to Organisation structure or for other reasons. Project Management Plan The nature of the Work dictates that formal plans must be developed to address the Contractor’s approach to implement the Works. due within 28 calendar days after the issuance of NTP. Any alteration to this proposal shall require the Employer's approval. to assist in cost analysis. life cycle cost studies. Specifically. identify one or more critical paths through the network. indicating the source/responsibility for completing each aspect of the Work. efforts such as schedules and the Contract Deliverable Requirements List should be revised and submitted frequently for consideration. the Contractor shall prepare estimates to assist the Employer and its representative in evaluating changes or impacts to the Project. and/or cost impacts resulting from construction of the System.5 to 4. Such variations shall be clearly identified by the Contractor and submitted to the Engineer’s approval. A complete Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). The Contractor shall also provide a cash flow.1. together with their qualifications. the Contractor shall revise and submit to the Employer his updated and completed Project Management Plan (PMP). As the Work progresses. The Original Baseline Schedule.

The Project Management Plan shall also address the following elements: Information Management System. 3.1. Contract Performance Chart. Progress Reviews and Reports. The Contractor's Organisation Chart will show the positions and names of key personnel in Organisational units and their reporting relationships to the Contractor's Project Director. Safety Program. Operations and Maintenance Plans. as defined in clause 3. Verification. A Submittal Schedule for all deliverables and design review data. accompanied with a report describing how each entity will be implied in each Project Phase.4.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The Contractor shall nominate his Project Director in charge of the accomplishment of the System. defining their responsibilities in general and in the Project. Quality Assurance Program. An Organisation Chart showing the Contractor's Organisation (including main subcontractors’ organisations).1 Contractor's Organisation The Contractor shall prepare and update regularly the Organisation Chart reflecting his own Organisational structure in relation with authorities involved in the performance of the Contract.1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 10 / 240 .7.Riyadh 7) 8) 9) accomplished shall be used to check the progress payment requests in accordance with the payment milestones. These personnel shall be identified by title and position in the Contractor's Organisation as reflected on the Organisation Chart. Progress Schedules. and detailing how each entity will coordinate its work with others. Detailed information on these elements is given in further Sections of the present General Specification. Progress of procurement and manufacture. Design Review Requirements. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Change Control Procedure. Test and Acceptance Program. Contract Deliverable Requirements Report.2 Key Personnel The Contractor shall identify all key personnel and positions of the Organisation required to accomplish the System.Vol 2 Part 1. Security Management Program. 3. and a distribution listing for all correspondence and transmittals under this Contract shall be submitted to the Employer and Engineer’s acceptance within 7 days after the issue of NTP. Interface Management.1 Project Management Plan Elements 3. The assigned titles shall be reflective of responsibilities and duties. Formal communications shall be addressed to the Contractor's Project Director who shall have full authority to represent the Contractor and to act on his behalf. A numbering system for all documents and correspondences. Configuration Management Plan. Installation Control.

doc 22 July 2009 Page 11 / 240 . Slack (or Float) shall be measured not only against the “Completion Dates". material procurement. correspondences between parties. their major components and milestone completion dates. in the form of activities.1. access dates. the Contractor shall update and submit with the Monthly Progress Report. suppliers and others. All key personnel and positions shall be subject to interview and to the Employer and Engineer approval. 3. including all scope changes. It shall contain all data developed for the design and construction. public complaints and all relevant issues. maintain and update Progress Schedules. management and financial data. A formal numbering system for all the documents and correspondences for all the stages of the implementation of the project (design. 3. equipment manufacture and construction activities. schedules.. 3. reflecting the full scope of Work. and store data of the System.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and shall include.4 Performance Measurement On a monthly basis. as well as all relationships to the work of other Contractors affecting the System to be performed under this Contract. reports. These personnel shall be responded to the Contractor's Project Director for the System. and clearly identifying the critical path(s) necessary to meet schedule requirements. etc. He shall in this respect provide bar-diagram schedules and location-timeline programmes. The critical paths shall include all efforts under the Contractor responsibility as well as the activities of others which potentially constrain the Contractor's ability to meet schedule requirements. milestones and relationships between activities/milestones. but also against any intermediate milestone dates as identified by the Engineer.1.3 Web Based Management Information System The Contractor shall implement a Web based Management Information System so as to identify. testing and commissioning.1. project staff.5 Schedules The Contractor shall provide. The Contractor shall provide the Employer and the Engineer full access to the proposed Web based Management Information System and without any limitation in term of licences or/and users. contractors. control. This Management Information System shall be used to produce the Monthly Progress Reports and other relevant documents. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . The Schedules shall show the sequence and interdependence of submittals. a “Negative Slack Recovery Plan" for not exceeding the relevant late dates must be submitted within seven (7) calendar days to the Engineer.Vol 2 Part 1. Such system will allow ease of retrieval and will ensure delivery to relevant parties. construction. as-built etc) shall be provided by the Contractor for the Employer and Engineer approval within 14 days after the issuance of the NTP. a Contract Performance Chart reflecting the progress of major Program milestones versus Contract expenditures. at a minimum the start dates and completion dates of all items of the System. The Chart milestone activities shall be directly comparable to the major milestones reflected on the Progress Schedules. consultant. The Chart format shall visually reflect progressive status between milestones and display planned and actual percent earned value curves overlaying scheduled activities. If the Float or Slack value for the critical path ever becomes negative.Riyadh The Contractor shall include a resume for each identified Key Person.

doc 22 July 2009 Page 12 / 240 . actual finish dates. such as integration testing and demonstration testing. including the construction. including any modifications to relationship lag and lead times. in order to define the day-to-day activities of each construction effort. The objective of the WBS associated with the Level 3 Schedule is to have a cost loaded Progress Schedule by applying the Contractor's Prices for each individual WBS Work Category up to Level 3 of the WBS in combination with its applicable Specific Stations. Typical construction efforts shall include each Guide way line segment. subsegments of the Guideway. Activities and milestones making up the construction Work shall be scheduled at Level 3 of the WBS. shall be marked-up on the latest prior logic diagram(s). remaining duration. specifically the major Line Sections design and construction durations.1.Vol 2 Part 1. as necessary. on at least a monthly basis. The first version of a level 3 Progress Schedule. each Building and. Changes in scope and logic. Schedule Levels: LEVEL 1: These are summary schedules with varying levels of detail and content adapted to the intended use and the recipient of the schedule. the Contractor shall prepare a cost loaded summary schedule that contains activities and milestones representing the Payment Milestones.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . As the various testing phases approach. In no event shall changes in logic be made without prior approval from the Engineer. they shall be scheduled at Level 4 detail. etc. LEVEL 2: Detailed schedule is the minimum acceptable level of detailed schedule to be included in the Tenderer’s Proposal. LEVEL 3: The schedule shall contain details defining measurable and deliverable activities and milestones for work programming. each and every month of the project duration. developed and provided as part of the Management Plan. LEVEL 4 Level 4 schedules are detailed construction schedules which shall be developed.. the major fixed facilities. for progress reporting and controlling and for determining the budget value for work accomplished. logic changes and progress input in terms of actual start dates. Cash flow reports and graphics shall be developed using this level of detail. and when necessary.Riyadh The Progress Schedules shall be used to verify the Contractor's progress payment requests. and shall identify the exact cause of changes to the critical path and the resolution of negative slack situations. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . so that these types of changes can be easily seen. Level 2 Progress Schedules shall include activities for each individual Work Category to Level 2 WBS level and associated with work location and milestones.8). as appropriate. each Station. A Level 1 summary schedule suitable or inclusion in a Project Management Plan should identify: 1) 2) the major milestones and main items of the Contract Deliverable Requirements Lists (CDRL) (refer to section 3. Line Segments and location The Level 3 schedule shall be updated and submitted. Monthly submittals shall coincide with the Contractor's submittal of the Monthly Progress Reports. at Level 4 detail of the WBS. To verify progress payment requests. A typical application would be the display of an overview of the entire project for a Management review. These schedules should directly relate to the cost information provided in the Proposal and should be cost loaded in order to generate the preliminary cash flows for the project. is referred to as the "Original Baseline Schedule'. The update shall consist of changes in scope.

The schedules shall be prepared in such a manner as to permit the orderly planning Organisation. or it may reside in a separate stand-alone schedule. as long as the calculated schedule dates. any of the actions identified for any of the WBS up to level 5 (or more if defined by the Contractor). shall be submitted with the proposal and with each update of the Progress Schedule. Progress Schedule updates shall include the depiction and reporting of the actual performance and progress of the Work. the interdependencies between the Contractor activities and all other activities required for the successful completion of the Contract. Activity definition shall show all required interfaces (or "hand-offs" of information) between disciplines. Progress Schedules shall include activities involving the procurement. The information provided in Progress Schedules shall also include. Activities shall be sufficiently detailed to assure adequate planning execution and progress evaluation of the Work within the significant dates provided for in the Contract. as required. are accurately reflected in the Level 3 Progress Schedule. the Contractor or by others. and other submittals. maintain and update detailed Progress Schedules for the approval of the Employer and the Engineer. designs. contractors or other third parties. It is anticipated that Level 4 detail will be requested for submittal on an exception basis. The Original Baseline Schedule shall be included in the Project Management Plan and shall be referred to as 'Revision 0". Progress Schedules shall graphically represent the logical sequence of the activities necessary to complete the Contract in accordance with the requirements of the Contract. Specific problem areas that need to be resolved shall be isolated. The Contractor shall allow the durations shown in the "Review Period" column of the CDRL Schedule. as described in this Section. containing the project files and layouts in `Backup" compressed format. Subsequent revisions to the Progress Schedule shall be via the schedule updating PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . whether such materials and equipment are provided by the Engineer. and obtaining approvals of the Engineer. manufacture and delivery of construction materials and equipment. but not be limited to. Activities that define the action taking place shall include. Situations requiring earlier activity definition to Level 4 detail might include manufacturing work so that the critical aspects of the project can be concentrated upon in time to take any corrective action. and execution of the Work and shall be sufficiently detailed and cost loaded to accurately depict all the Work required by the Contract and to substantiate the budgeted value of the System completed in accordance with the price of each Work Category by Specific Location. but not be limited to. In any event. The budgeted value for the completed System will be compared to the Contractor's Payment Applications in order to verify the Contractor's estimate of progress payments due. 3.Vol 2 Part 1.Riyadh Level 4 details may be a further detailing of activities within the Level 3 Progress Schedule itself. preparing drawings. among other things: obtaining permits when required. this level of detail shall be maintained and updated by the Contractor. crafts. Electronic files and hard copies. but this is dependent upon the schedule progress of the project. This level of schedule detail shall be developed 3 months or more prior to performing the actual work. The methods for distributing the costs assigned to the activities over time shall be approved by the Engineer.1. estimates to completion.doc 22 July 2009 Page 13 / 240 . highlighting any problem areas.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . for the Engineer review of submittals where approvals and/or acceptances are required. Moreover. etc.6 Progress Schedules The Contractor shall prepare. each Progress Schedule shall include activities for.

Updated revision of the Time/location Schedule if required. The Bar Chart shall include. for reporting and controlling progress and to serve as a basis for determining the budgeted value for work accomplished for verifying the Contractor's progress payment requests. Any revisions to the logic shall be accompanied by a written explanation of these revisions in detail. at a minimum. In the event of extreme changes or unforeseeable circumstances. At least five (5) working days in advance of such meeting. It shall be updated for approved scope changes only. and they shall be cost loaded so that the Contractor's progress payment requests can be verified. the schedule activities should be coded so that the detailed costs can be automatically rolled-up in the relevant software to the payment milestones. a formal rebaselining of the schedule may be permitted subject to the agreement with the Employer and Engineer and only after rebaselining has been approved by the Engineer. (5) analysis and discussion of alternative methods to mitigate accumulated delays. as currently forecasted and as planned in the Baseline schedule. and it shall be maintained current on at least a monthly basis. covering the impact on the schedule. The timing of the initial submittals shall be in accordance with the submittals for the Project Management Plans. (2) progress scheduled during the next period. Late Dates. The Progress Schedules shall comprise measurable and deliverable activities and milestones for planning the Work.Vol 2 Part 1. Remaining Duration. the following activity data fields: Activity ID. showing at least one month of history and three months of future work. the following. shall always be available on file for comparison purposes.1. Each time a different current Progress Schedule is developed. but only after the precise nature of the change has been approved by the Engineer. These activities and milestones shall include all Specific Location/individual Work Category elements of the Work Breakdown Structure and all other costs not included in the WBS. so as to permit an audit trail. Comparisons of the current Progress Schedule to the latest approved Baseline Schedule shall be made each month so that any schedule slippage can be readily observed and tracked . and the old schedule shall be archived.7 Schedule Updating Requirements Once each month. or as frequently as deemed necessary by the Engineer. (1) progress during the period. (4) discussion of each one of the logic revisions identified .Riyadh procedure. The Original Baseline Schedule shall always be available as it originally existed. and any subsequently approved Baseline Schedules.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Once the progress and logic changes have been reviewed and agreed to by the Engineer at the monthly progress meeting the Contractor shall computerize and formalize the Progress Schedule and update report and submit these to the Engineer for final approval no later than seven (7) calendar days following the monthly progress meeting. Any revisions shall be supported by a mark-up by hand of the previous Progress Schedule for the affected scope of work A narrative report which shall include.The Contractor shall be required to prepare a monthly Analysis Report explaining how it intends to make up any slippage in schedule. the revision number shall be increased by one (1). The Activity Title shall be displayed above each bar. The Original Baseline Schedule. especially slippage that affects the critical path. at a minimum.doc 22 July 2009 Page 14 / 240 . Original Duration. particularly those involving lateness or slippage in schedule. At the discretion of the b) c) d) e) PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . the Contractor shall provide for review by the Engineer: a) A current schedule at Level 3 detail suitable for updating purposes. all remaining Progress Schedules will build upon and be monthly updates of the Original Baseline Schedule 3. the Contractor shall participate with the Engineer in a progress update of the current Progress Schedule. A Logic Diagram encompassing the activities/milestones appearing in the above Bar Chart. In this regard. Thereafter. Early/Actual Dates. (3) anticipated problems and proposed solutions. plus any other activities involved in planned or actual logic revisions. The updates shall occur each month.

and/or to submit such additional information. In the event that the Engineer requests the Contractor to revise the updated Progress Schedule submitted. ii. Presentation will be in CDs or a hard drive format. equipment schedules. Level 3 detail schedule showing two months of history and three months of future Work iii. Activity Reports. such as: (1) recovery plans for negative slack in the critical path and (2) causes and corrective actions for schedule slippage from the latest approved Baseline Schedule. The Project Management Plans shall contain the details of how the Contractor will accomplish this integration. but not limited to.1. and other information incidental to Contract administration. The Contractor shall expand the requirements contained in the CDRL. 3. The Contractor shall submit a revised version of CDRL to the Engineer for review and comment 28 days after the issuance of the NTP. including. The data in the CDRL generally do not include financial reports. Level 1 summary schedule for the entire project duration. Estimates at Completion.doc 22 July 2009 Page 15 / 240 . CDs containing the Project Planner and the Time/location schedule project files and layouts in `Backup" compressed format. invoices.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .8 CDRL Report-Project File The Contract Deliverable Requirements List (CDRL) identifies individual deliverable requirements. The Contractor shall issue and maintain CDRL status reports separately from the Management Plan. based upon the "Baseline (Target) / Current Schedule Comparison Report". On completion of the Contract. the following: manpower loading charts. The Tenderer will submit an updated list with his Tender. Part of the monthly report will be in the form of a schedule report and shall include the following: a) Bar charts at different levels of detail and covering varying periods of time. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . multiple shifts or overtime requirements to maintain approved schedules. to ensure that integration of the deliverables is accomplished and that all interdependence is recognized. the Contractor shall make the requested revisions and/or submit the updated Progress Schedule to the Engineer for approval along with the additional information requested within seven (7) calendar days of the request by the Engineer. Level 3 Comparison Bar Chart so that lateness and slippage may be viewed on the same output display for two months of history and three months of future Work. b) c) d) e) The Engineer may require the Contractor to provide a revised update which shall include any other information needed in evaluating the Contractor's progress and future needs. together with appropriate Analysis Reports. profiles and plan views of the area under analysis. Cash Flows in graphical format. the Contractor may also be requested to prepare and submit marked-up drawings such as cross-sections.Vol 2 Part 1. such as: i. including sample forms to be used. Network Logic Diagrams for the entire project or other selected portions of the project may be specified for inclusion by the Engineer. it will not thereby become entitled to an extension of time. as necessary. the Contractor will provide a final version of the CDRL in a Project File. Estimates to Complete. The Contractor acknowledges and agrees that if an Activity with Free Float is delayed due to change or variation on the part of the Engineer for any reason.Riyadh Engineer. This revised version of the CDRL items will then replace the preliminary version.

1. This section shall contain a summary of all Contractor management activities associated with Integrated Verification.9 Design Control The Contractor shall include in the Project Management Plans a Design Control summary of all activities required to translate technical specification requirements into detailed designs to the point of release to manufacturing and procurement. The Contractor shall clearly define the process by which all installation interfaces are identified and the method(s) to be used to obtain the Engineer and other agencies' or jurisdictions' approval of installation support or interface requirements. but updated and distributed through the Contractor scheduling procedures and not maintained current in the Management Plan. in the Project Management Plans.11 Installation Control The Contractor shall summarily define. pre-installation inspection of facilities where equipment is to be installed. requirements internal to the Contractor which support or drive the efforts shall be included.Vol 2 Part 1. and numbers of installations to be worked concurrently. This is in addition to the requirements detailed in Section Verification. including all Contractor inter-organisational involvement.1.1. Test and Acceptance of this document. and assessment and approval of verification results.10 Manufacturing and Procurement Control As a sequel to the Design Control summary. In addition to the contracted requirements of milestone progress and design reviews. which shall be initially included as supporting information.2 of this document.doc 22 July 2009 Page 16 / 240 . installation of equipment and materials and acceptance of the installation by the Engineer.1. 3. site preparation. This summary shall reflect all critical activities associated with equipment delivery. assignment of the verification efforts to specific contracts or subcontracts. but updated and distributed through the Contractor scheduling procedures and maintained current in the Project Management Plan. These events shall be reflected on the Progress Schedules. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1. 3. This Manufacturing and Procurement Control summary shall be prepared in accordance with Quality Assurance requirements and shall be supported by Progress Schedules which time phase the events defined in the summary.13 Configuration Management The Contractor shall provide a summary of the Configuration Management (CM) efforts to be put into place to implement all requirements of Section 3. installation and checkout. the Contractor shall include in the Project Management Plan activities of Manufacturing and Procurement Control which translate technical specification requirements and Contractor detail designs into factory tested and shipped products. procedures. 3. the activities associated with receiving inspection. and processes (where required). Installation Control activities shall be fully coordinated and compatible with Quality Assurance requirements. 3. approval of documentation by the Contractor and the Engineer. preparation of verification documentation. The Progress Schedules shall be initially included as supporting information. witnessing of tests. release of installation drawings.12 Integrated Verification The Contractor shall establish the management process to be used to identify all verification activities to be performed. This information shall include identification of Organisation roles involved in the CM activities and the summary procedures to be used to accomplish effective CM. All Contractor Organisations and efforts to be accomplished shall be described.Riyadh 3. storage (if required).

Vol 2 Part 1. the list of documents to be updated. to define the methodology for tracing requirements from contract specifications to subcontract specifications to module specifications to module tests. After a need for change is taken to the knowledge of the Contractor. to define the methodology for implementing a coordinated RM system at Lead Contractor and subcontractor and supplier level. to define the overall strategy and key objectives of RM.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Any modification shall be granted a decision to proceed within one month of the Project Change Control Form issuance. including VTA plan modification.Riyadh 3. interface documents. with indication of : the type of modification : • type 1 : internal to the project. the impact on the detailed schedule and actions to be undertaken to remain within the general schedule. documenting and managing the changing requirements of the project. he shall within fifteen calendar days issue a Project Change Control Form to the Engineer. The impact on contract requirements.doc 22 July 2009 Page 17 / 240 . 3. It is an integral part of configuration management. such as: final design drawings or specifications. organising. • type 2 : modification of program issued by the employer or consequence of other projects.1.1. • type 3 : modification of law or standard requirements. integration tests and final acceptance. The Contractor shall produce a requirements management plan with the following objectives: to explain to all parties in the project the need for RM. - The Project Change Control Form shall be submitted to the Engineer. when there are no physical objects to configure on the railway. other projects in the vicinity of the Transit System Works contractual performance requirements. the impact on RAMS and security works. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . including those in interface. using the procedure and tools described below.14 Change Control Procedure The Contractor shall implement a system identifying the changes and provide procedures and a summary schedule for accomplishing the reviews and incorporating changes. either because of subsystem specification evolution. who may ask for alternative solutions to be studied by the Contractor prior to decision to proceed. or to correct an item that had not been taken into account. laws and standards. Changes in the project are to be considered from accepted or contractual documents. the technical impact on subsystems. only for type 2 and some of type 3 modifications.15 Requirements Management Requirements management is a systematic approach to eliciting. that may also include request for other project adaptations. the cost of the modification. the impact on the programme. especially in the design phases.

Review and Approvals The Progress shall be updated on a monthly basis and submitted with the Monthly Progress Reports. based on the direction provided by the Engineer. Until such time as the Engineer approves it.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . including identification of requirements. Submittals. system assurance (RAMS) and acceptance requirements. configuration management of physical and software objects including change control base lining of configurations. Until such time as the Engineer approves any updated Progress Schedule. If such updated Progress Schedules are not approved. performance. No changes to Progress Schedules shall be made without the approval of the Engineer. no change shall be made therein for submittal purposes without the approval in writing of the Engineer. 3. within seven (7) calendar days of the receipt by the Contractor of the comments from the Engineer. Any changes to the above time frames shall require the approval of the Engineer. Updates of Progress Schedules shall be reviewed by the Engineer and returned to the Contractor within seven (7) calendar days.doc 22 July 2009 Page 18 / 240 . Such impacts will be discussed at the weekly Progress Meetings and. and resubmit them in the formats and quantities specified for the approval of the Engineer. and resubmit it in the formats and quantities specified for the approval of the Engineer. Progress Schedule will be revised accordingly and submitted with the Monthly Progress Reports. Of particular importance during the Program will be findings or otherwise that indicate potential schedule impacts. the Contractor shall resubmit the Baseline Schedule as required by the Engineer by the same time and in the same format as required in this paragraph for the initial resubmission. After approval of any Progress Schedule required by this Section. The Engineer will review the Baseline Schedule and return it to the Contractor within twenty one (21) calendar days. allocation of requirements to subsystems. Validation and verification activities. the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer for approval the Baseline Schedule. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . functional. technical. No other act or omission on the part of the Engineer shall be deemed to constitute such approval. within seven (7) calendar days of the receipt by the Contractor of the comments from the Engineer. the Contractor shall revise it in accordance with comments received from the Engineer. A dedicated RM tool should be used to support RM activities. The Contractor shall not be entitled to any compensation by reason of the failure of the Engineer to give timely approval or comments on any Progress Schedule submitted hereunder.Riyadh Requirements to be managed include contract. the Contractor shall revise them in accordance with the comments from the Engineer. If it is not approved.1. Within 28 calendar days after the issuance of NTP.Vol 2 Part 1. when allocation of a requirement is to more than one subsystem. The Baseline Schedule shall be version at Level 3 detail. the Contractor shall resubmit such updated Progress Schedules as required by the Engineer by the same time and in the same formal as required in this paragraph for the initial resubmission. identification of interfaces.16 Formats.

When requested by the Engineer.2 Configuration Management 3. subassembly. and shall be interchangeable without alteration to themselves or associated items. The Configuration Management Plan shall define all the configuration items and describe how the Contractor will maintain accurate and current configuration records. or source control drawing numbers associated with any Subcontractor of the Contractor. other than field installation adjustments which are a part of each installation procedure. The Contractor will complete the final version of the Configuration Management Plan within 28 calendar days after its receipt of the comments from the Engineer. either on the part drawing or on a utilization record tabulation. The configuration items” include. industry standard or items. in terms of subordinate part numbers.Vol 2 Part 1. The current configuration records shall be available to the Engineer at any time throughout the period of the Contract. Show that each part number used by the Contractor or Subcontractors identifies a specific item in a specific configuration. the Contractor shall provide two (2) computer printouts and one (1) computer CD containing the Project’s current configuration status within 21 calendar days of such requests. The Contractor shall provide the Employer and the Engineer with full access to the tools used for the configuration management activities such software and database. Show the specification document. and installations are uniquely identifiable.1 Configuration Management Plan 1) Configuration Management is a process of defining and controlling a project configuration from a predetermined point (baseline) through the life of the project.Riyadh 3. software elements. The identification shall remain specific to the items during the life of the Project. component. on the descriptions in the Work Breakdown Structure. shall be equivalent in performance and durability. hardware elements.2 Records and Documentation The Contractor's records and documentation shall: 1) 2) Define the composition of any part. rules and procedures. at any level. fabrication and installation of the system for which it is responsible. requirements. in so far as possible. drawings. The Contractor's part number and drawing number shall be the same. All Configuration Items shall be uniquely identified with both a name and number. The Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining strict configuration control of all aspects of the design. beginning with the lowest level of repair and replacement identified by the same number shall have the same physical and functional characteristics.2. The Contractor’s plans to accomplish the configuration management effort shall be described in a draft Configuration Management plan which shall be provided to the Engineer for approval within 60 calendar days after the issuance of the NTP. or assemblies. 3) 4) 5) PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . The Contractor shall be responsible for carrying out all aspects of this Plan. or assembly.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The Contractor shall use specific tools for the configuration management activities (dedicated software such as DOORS). job/task descriptions. Employ a system of identifying numbers for specifications. 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 3. thereby providing a definition of the project configuration at any point and a record of progression from the initially defined baseline. The identification shall be based. specification control drawings. Identify engineering changes and retain the records of superseded configuration requirements affecting items which are to be or which have been formally accepted. but are not limited to. construction. and associated documents which shall ensure that the differing parts. An item shall not be considered interchangeable if it worst be selected for fit or performance. part number.2. assemblies.doc 22 July 2009 Page 19 / 240 . the format of which shall be subject to the approval of the Engineer. All items.

and. at Design Reviews). This document shall be updated quarterly. the Contractor shall maintain a set of Record Documentation. and the Contractor's approved equipment assembly drawings and similar documents indicating the Work as actually. the Contractor's subsystem and procurement specifications. The Contractor shall mark whatever document is most capable of showing the actual PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . fabricated and installed. (3) the interfaces between the System and all related Fixed Facilities. At the conclusion of the Work. Once the configuration for an element of the System is established (for example. documents. with mark-up of actual work which varies from the work as originally shown.2 Construction Documentation The Contractor shall maintain records such that the configuration of any item delivered or installed shall be identifiable in terms of its component part numbers. 3. or at some other frequency as determined by the Engineer. The Contractor shall ensure that any and all proposals for changes are screened at all appropriate Contractor management levels to ensure that all of the potential impacts of such changes have been thoroughly considered and analyzed. organized. notes and other descriptive material as specified herein. (4) the interfaces between the System and non-System facilities and entities. Once configuration changes are approved. The Change Control Procedure shall apply and be adapted when necessary by the Contractor. the as-built records shall be consolidated. Mark-up Procedure. The Contractor shall apply controls to manage changes either directed by the Employer and Engineer or from suggested change proposals by the Contractor or its subcontractors. lot. 2) 3) 4) 5) 3.1 Drawing and Document List or Tree The Contractor shall develop drawing and document list. the configuration of all such elements shall not be changed by the Contractor without the Engineer's approval as provided in the Configuration Management Plan.3. (2) the System.3 Configuration Control 1) The Contractor shall be responsible for and maintain strict control of the configuration of (1) the Fixed Facilities.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . in subsystem oriented hierarchy format (tree).3 Document/As Built Drawing Management 3.Vol 2 Part 1. and forwarded for the approval of the Engineer. The Contractor shall maintain configuration control records of all items and the actual incorporation points (by date. A.2. All such changes shall be correctly shown on the drawings affected.Riyadh Changes to a component part number shall require a part number change to the next high level of assembly. or other specific identification) of changes. formal Changed Configuration Documentation shall be circulated in accordance with a distribution list. unit. developed for that purpose. 3. The Engineer shall have access to all configuration control records related to the Transit System. B. During progress of the Work.doc 22 July 2009 Page 20 / 240 . which includes the Engineer. As Work Progress. Configuration record shall be maintained by the Contractor for each major equipment assembly. An estimate or firm count of the quantity and submittal status of drawings and documents in each major category shall be included. The Contractor shall keep a complete and accurate field and manufacturing plant record of all changes or deviations from the Specifications.3. The "as-built" configuration of all infrastructures. catalogued and submitted to the Engineer. hardware and software of the System and all works implemented by the Contractor shall be documented in detailed drawings.

within 28 calendar days following receipt of the Engineer’s comments. In accordance with the CDRL. subcontractors or otherwise). the Contractor shall deliver to the Engineer all asbuilt drawings. Certification of As-Built. such as functional. The mark-up shall include important additional information which was either shown schematically or omitted from original drawings. D. which would be difficult to identify or measure and record at a later date. The Software Documentation Plan shall be submitted within 90 calendar days after NTP and be corrected by the Contractor. fully and accurately. the as-built deliverables shall include the purchase specifications. design specifications. or other item which is produced for a multiplicity of other purposes or can be used with other transit system technologies and is not unique to the Contractor technology that is being supplied for the Project For all "commercially available" items (including software). On Completion of the Work. or other items. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . A commercially available item is defined to be a product. configuration control documentation.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . indicating its proposed methods and procedures for software documentation. The as-built deliverables shall be segregated into three groups. Special attention shall be given to documentation procedures for all computer software Programs supplied as part of the Work. including the application design data for any proprietary and commercially available items. performance and interface requirements. For all "commercially available" software used in the System. The non-proprietary as-built documents shall describe all aspects of the site installation work and conditions and all designs which are unique to and provided specifically for the Work. (1) non-proprietary. One reproducible master and two copies of all Programmer and user manuals and other similar material shall be provided to the Engineer with the as-built drawings and documents along with a complete and fully documented listing of all software Programs (one copy on CD. and design documents (the 'as-built deliverables"). component. and the documentation supplied with the items.doc 22 July 2009 Page 21 / 240 . Particular attention shall be given to information on work cancelled. all of the information necessary to make revisions in the software Programs applications for the System for changes and/or expansions or extension of the System. and Programmer and user manuals incorporating appropriate modification and control procedures . the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer for review and acceptance a Software Documentation Plan. These as-built deliverables shall not be marked up and shall be complete in every detail so as to correctly reflect as-built conditions. components.. For all software unique to the System and not "commercially available". the names and address of the Original Equipment Manufacturers from which the items were purchased (i. the identifying information/model numbers for reordering. The Contractor shall certify that each of the revised as-built drawings and documents is complete and accurate. the as-built documentation shall include. Alternate numbers. as appropriate. at a minimum. Where shop drawings are marked up. subsystem. including the name of any subcontractor if employed for preparation of this software. the Contractor shall mark cross-references on contract drawings at the corresponding locations.Vol 2 Part 1. and as a condition of final acceptance of and payment for the Work.Riyadh condition.e. change order numbers and similar identification shall be noted. In accordance with the CDRL. (2) proprietary and (3) commercially available products. The "proprietary" as-built documents shall provide all the necessary design information (except for production tooling and manufacturing components that are not commercially available and not unique to the Project). subsystems. C. two printed copies). Software Documentation. the as-built documentation shall include all of the documentation which is available from the supplier of such software. E.

track and identify all documents. subcontract documents. performance characteristics. assembly drawings. the Contractor shall serialize all correspondence and transmittals. estimates studies. These reviews shall be conducted to evaluate the progress and technical adequacy of the design and the compatibility with the performance requirements of the Contract. Drawings. The Contractor shall be responsible for establishing a schedule for the approval of the Engineer for the review of designs under this Contract. neither failure of the Engineer to identify a design deficiency nor the apparent satisfaction of the Engineer with the Contractor's design shall relieve the Contractor of responsibility for compliance with the requirements of this Contract. the data shall include a list of all drawings. and details of new materials and processes. 3. layout drawings. all by revision or issue.5 Document flow Organisation and Control The Contractor shall establish an electronic document control system to organize.2 Final Design Review The Final Design Review results in an approved final design baseline which subsequently falls under the Configuration Management Program and establishes the production configuration.4.1 Design Reviews Design reviews shall be conducted for individual or groups of system elements as defined herein for the purpose of establishing approved baselines. The data shall include: lists of major parts. specifications. reviews.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The design review data to be provided for this review is all inclusive of all data required to establish the production baseline. design limitations.4. While review of the Contractor designs will be accomplished by the Engineer at each of the milestone reviews. Tracking logs for correspondence and documents shall be provided with all payment requests and at such other times as requested by the Engineer. In all cases. to the lowest level of repair and replacement. 3. The Contractor effort to define the production configuration concurrent with the Final Design Review is significant and the effectiveness of the Configuration Management Program will greatly depend on the thoroughness of this effort. and establish a logging system for incoming/outgoing correspondence showing action requirements and action(s) taken. developed as part of the Work throughout the duration of the Project. In addition.4 Design Reviews and Audits The design reviews and audits specified in the following paragraph shall be conducted by the Engineer. in hierarchy format. Once the approved production configuration baseline is established. shall be tracked by the logging system. As a minimum. etc.. schematics. logic diagrams.Vol 2 Part 1. The list shall be the basic configuration control document and shall be maintained current by the Contractor throughout the performance of the Contract. all changes thereto shall be processed through the Configuration Management System.doc 22 July 2009 Page 22 / 240 . the documents referred to therein. The list shall include all the documentation necessary to define and identify the baseline configuration. review and/or approval by the Engineer shall not relieve the Contractor from complying with all requirements specified. reports. intended control data. and computer files. 3. The Contractor shall establish a single source for transmitting PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . and standards and specifications.Riyadh 3.

3.1 Project Documentation Update The Contractor shall immediately include on the field set of drawings. it is to be referenced. who shall receive copies of all or specific correspondence. and located on a key map. General Specifications. indicating an arrow to show the camera's line of sight Quarterly video recording are to be provided showing progress of the Project at judicious locations which shall be identified by the Employer and the Engineer. 3. The Engineer shall support the Contractor in implementing site photography.1 General The reviews and reports addressed herein reflect only that data associated with the Contractor Management System. The Engineer may prescribe specific locations for photographs he requires. either from pole or from aircraft.7.7 Reviews and Reports 3. All correspondence to and from the Engineer shall be serialized and separate incoming and outgoing correspondence logs maintained: Within seven (7) calendar days of NTP.6 Interface Management Please refer to the “Interface Management”.2 Photography The Contractor shall provide digital colour photographs with sharp and clearly shown details in accordance with the following requirements.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Accepted copies of all shop drawings and other submittals are to be kept on the job site at all tunes and shall be made available to the Engineer. in order to clearly depict preconstruction conditions and the current stage of manufacturing and/or construction. and may require elevated photographs to be taken. Contractor and Engineer shall each designate in writing their authorized representatives. Logs for correspondence and documents controls shall be provided to the Engineer on computer CDs and in reproducible hard copy for use by the Engineer. Work from subcontractors shall be consolidated and managed by the Contractor.doc 22 July 2009 Page 23 / 240 .5.: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-INTALL-3603-T) 3. (ref. inspections. Photographs shall be taken monthly over the duration of the construction. All correspondence shall include the project name and contact number along with the specific subject of the letter. 3. and do not include reports resulting from activities such as tests. Photographs of the work site or the manufacturing site shall be taken from different locations so as to cover all the line work area. When replying to a specific letter. and other requirements which are addressed elsewhere.5. Photographs shall be numbered and dated in a sequence.Riyadh and receiving documents and correspondence. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 1. all changes or corrections made by addenda and Change Orders as they are issued. and at appropriate paragraphs in the specifications.

Installation Problems Anticipated. Technical/Design Problems Experienced.3. I. identify data required by the Contractor and not provided in the Contract documents. be held at least once per week at the various Contractor facilities involved. Schedule status. shall identify critical activities to be initiated within the first 60 calendar days of the Contract.doc 22 July 2009 Page 24 / 240 . C. During the manufacturing and fabrication phase of the Project. Events Planned vs. Recovery Program for Events not Accomplished. The report shall include major Contractor activities which will occur prior to submittal of plans in all discipline areas.7.7. Field Test Problems Anticipated. Events Accomplished. L. Progress Review Meetings may. a Monthly Progress Report will be required from the Contractor in advance of every other two weeks Progress Review Meeting. Field Construction Problems Anticipated. as applicable : A. List of evolutions accepted and pending. The Contractor shall establish the review agenda for all Progress Review meetings which shall address the following topics.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . equipment. N.7. 3. O. M. F. H.2 Initial Activities Report The Initial Activities Report. B. 3. D.3 Progress Meetings and Reports 3. submitted by the Contractor within 10 calendar days after the issuance of NTP. and other third parties. E. at a minimum recommend the timing and content of the Contractor/Engineer initial Organisational meetings. Other issues. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Fabrication/Procurement Problems Experienced. Technical/Design Problems Anticipated. Activities Planned for Next 2 weeks. G. As described below. and shall include tours of the facilities and Work-in-progress.1 Progress Review Meetings The Contractor shall attend Progress Review Meetings every week. and identify the processes for defining the interfaces between Contractor provided equipment and Employer’s provided facilities. J. The Contractor shall issue supplements to this report as the need for additional data is recognized within the 60-day period.Riyadh The Contractor shall provide technical and managerial support for reviews required by this Contract. The Initial Activities Report shall. K.Vol 2 Part 1. Field Test Problems Experienced. Fabrication/Procurement Problems Anticipated. in order to allow the Engineer and Employer to assess the Project's status. Field Construction Problems Experienced . Installation Problems Experienced. at the discretion of the Engineer. P.

Project Management: project management. CDRL's status.). Retention and Withholding. etc. signalling. The Contractor shall assure availability of Contractor personnel to address or support issue discussions which have been scheduled. Status of Action Items. traction power and communications. as applicable. lighting. Construction and Manufacturing Critical Design Issues. but not be limited. Copies of Logs for Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence and Documents for the Report Period. Topics to be covered in the Monthly Progress Report shall include.2 Monthly Progress Reports The Contractor shall prepare and submit to the Engineer five copies of a Monthly Progress Report at least five days before the applicable Progress Meeting.g. Identification of any Quality Assurance Problems.. security. field installation). Updated submittal schedule on a time-scaled bar chart showing scheduled and actual progress to date which is derived from the computerized Network Analysis. system assurance (safety. Achieved vs. community relations and systems facilities design. contract administration. The following disciplines from the Contractor's Organisation shall be represented at the Progress Meetings. per the approved agenda: A. C. permanent way. Monthly Task Activity and Accomplishments. A list of major equipment and material received in plants or at the Work Site. When requested by the Engineer at least two weeks in advance.). Progress Photos. Task Activities Planned for Next Month. the format and level of detail will change as the Work progresses. Platform Station Doors.g. to: Executive Summary. Schedule and Resource Status. Thereafter. Manpower and Task completion Variance Analysis. operations.. interfaces with others.3. the Monthly Progress Report shall also contain appendices dealing with the following topics: PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . B. 3. Status of Inspections. dependability. etc. Subcontract status. Program control. architectural (e. The initial format and detail level required for the Monthly Progress Report shall be established jointly by the Engineer and the Contractor within 28 days after NTP based on a proposed format prepared by the Contractor. construction management. Systems: Transit Vehicles. A Forecast of the amounts of individual Progress Payment Applications for Payment over the next six months. Planned or Proposed Schedule or Budget Revision or other Remedial Actions. Planned. Identification and Analysis of any Scheduling Coordination or Other Problem Areas. Central Control Room layout.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . construction safety. Drawing Schedule and Transmittal Status. Testing and Acceptance.Vol 2 Part 1. Status of Payments. etc.7.Riyadh The proposed agenda for each Progress Review meeting shall be prepared by the Contractor and issued to the Engineer two days in advance of such meetings and any required agenda changes shall be returned to the Contractor by the Engineer in due time to allow preparation for the changes.doc 22 July 2009 Page 25 / 240 . Facilities: civil (e.

F. Title. B. the following: A.7. These forms shall provide the basis of a Contract Deliverable Requirements Report to be provided by the Contractor on a monthly basis along with any Contractor information which will assist in evaluating the submittals or describing the Contractor internal procedures for accomplishing this task. Identifying Number. The progress and status of each field construction project or major activity shall be reported. for each CDRL requirement. fabrication/manufacturing. works are done under a perfectly set organization. The major steps of field construction shall be discussed along with the planned and actual dates of progress and completion forecasts trade.Vol 2 Part 1. The Contractor shall provide a schedule status for equipment delivered to the factory and Work Site for all installed equipment. Quality synthetic indicators that are presented to the Engineer on a regular basis. G.Riyadh 1) 2) Equipment Deliveries Schedule Status. C. leading to quality improvement actions being defined. with relevant design documents available and every work external requirement addressed.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The report shall be based on the Network Analysis and show the major steps of procurement. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .doc 22 July 2009 Page 26 / 240 . D. Quality of Contactor’s production shall be evidenced through: A. Quality Management Program 4. Planned dates shall be compared to actual and forecast each month Field Construction Status. Approval Requirements (Contractor and the Engineer). and the quality of deliverables is compliant with the requirements. 3. controlled interfaces. This report shall be maintained current throughout the term of Work. the Contractor shall develop a form and record thereon. Frequency of Submittal. leading to scheduled quality record reviews. shipping and delivery. E. Identification of other Data Submittals which constrain this Submittal or which would be affected by a change to this submittal.1 General This Section specifies the essential elements of the Quality Management Program which shall be implemented to ensure that: design is undertaken under a rigorous method with controlled entry data. quality improvement is an objective all along the project. based upon the Network Analysis. The concept of Quality Management is based on the principle that quality assurance is a basic responsibility of each segment of the Contractor's Organisation and that records have to be used to permanently adapt the Quality Management Plan for immediate improvement. quality products are provided in a cost-efficient and timely manner.4 Contract Deliverable Requirements Report In order to ensure that the deliverables are thoroughly integrated and that any cross-dependency between one submittal and another is recognized. Description of Data to be Submitted. Contract Specification reference. 4.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and the quantity of materials or products shipped shall be included on the copy of test results. stating that the material or product complies in all respects with the Contract requirements. in-process inspection. Document compliancy with the doc structure requirements. audits. measuring and test equipment calibration/certification. functional testing control of nonconformity. purchasing. 4. The Quality Management Plan shall encompass all aspects of the Project. fabrication. Firm procedures for transmission of requirements to Subcontractors and ensuring their compliance therewith.Vol 2 Part 1. quality assurance records. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . The batch or lot number of the material or product represented shall be included on the certificate to provide traceability Certificates shall be signed by an authorized representative of the manufacturer or producer. document production.Riyadh B. Internal control of study. and other quality specifications to meet the requirements of the Contract. scheduled quality record reviews and improvement actions undertaken. receiving inspection. inspection.doc 22 July 2009 Page 27 / 240 .1.1. shipping inspection. warranty repair/rework and maintenance.3 Quality Management Plan The Contractor shall prepare and submit a Quality Management Plan for the approval of the Engineer within 30 calendar days after issuance of the NTP. Certificates of compliance shall be accompanied by a certified copy of test results. verifiable evidence of compliance with all Contract requirements and the Contractor design control systems and procedures.1. production and special process control. D. drawing control corrective action configuration control. The specified criteria for the material or product represented. 2) 4. including but not necessarily limited to: Design study management. C. E. testing storing shipping installation. The Quality Management Plan shall constitute the written policies and procedures setting forth the Quality Management Program. 1) The Contractor may use certificates of compliance for certain materials or products in lieu of the specified sampling and testing procedures. Inspection and testing Programs for manufacturing and installation activities to ensure repetitive product conformity to design requirements. or a statement that such test results are on file with the manufacturer or producer and will be provided to the Engineer on request. the date of the tests.2 Evidence of Compliance The Quality Management Program shall establish and maintain objective. handling assembly. Total Program surveillance and verification of physical conformance and configuration accountability. Producible designs that can be inspected.1 Scope The requirements of this Section shall apply to all activities related to the quality of items. the name and address of the Organisation performing the tests. control of Subcontractors. Firm procurement and job performance specifications. including design. F. 4. internal quality audit programs.

Validity of measurements and tests shall be ensured through the use of suitable inspection. 4. measurement. brazing. measuring devices shall be verified or calibrated against certified standards. such as welding. methods. upon request.4 Verification The Contractor's quality assurance operations shall be subject to the Engineer verification at any time.1 Supplier Selection The Contractor shall detail. to verify implementation of solutions.1.6 Certification of Personnel Certification of personnel shall be by virtue of those skills which are obtained by experience or training and may be verified by testing to a standard acceptable to the industry. procedures of the Program are being properly applied. inspection of items awaiting release for shipment.7 Certification of Equipment The Contractor shall demonstrate an effective time or usage cycle calibration/certification Program for measuring equipment and tools. 4. These records shall be made available to the Engineer for review. Verification shall include: surveillance of the operations to determine that practices.Riyadh A description of how the quality assurance effort will be planned and adjusted throughout the Work shall be included. The Engineer reserves the right to reject material or products manufactured by personnel who do not comply with these requirements. 4.1. At intervals established to ensure continued validity.1. 4. and. Personnel involved with quality assurance shall have well-defined responsibilities and Organisational freedom to identify and evaluate quality problems.Vol 2 Part 1. or installation of a nonconforming item until that item is corrected Personnel responsible for the implementation and administration of the Quality Management Program shall ensure that considerations of schedules and cost do not compromise quality. assuring that quality assurance does not give in to production or manufacturing pressures. the methods to be used for the selection and control of all Suppliers. to control further processing delivery. recommend.2. Management responsibility for the implementation of the Quality Management Program shall be set forth in the Contractor policy and Organisation chart.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and shall have direct contact with the Contractor's management at the highest level where appropriate action can be obtained. etc. in a procedure.doc 22 July 2009 Page 28 / 240 . PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .2 Procurement Quality Assurance 4. shall be certified for such work by appropriate certifying agencies.5 Organisation The Organisation of the Quality Management Program shall be clearly defined. 4. Records of personnel certifications shall be maintained and monitored by the Contractor. and test equipment of the range and type necessary to determine conformance of items with the Contract requirements. audits to ensure compliance with all requirements of the Contract. The Contractor personnel performing inspections and tests shall be qualified for such work. This procedure shall be submitted to the Engineer in conjunction with the Quality Management Plan. or provide solutions.1. inspection to measure quality of items to be offered for acceptance. Manufacturing personnel performing special processes. to initiate. These methods shall identify the means of: Selection of qualified procurement sources.

The subcontractors shall be required. Providing for prompt information feedback and correction of nonconformity. Subcontractors shall be responsible to maintain and retain records as specified herein. the Contractor without additional charge shall provide all reasonable facilities and assistance for the safety and convenience of the Engineer Inspectors in the performance of their duties.3. and quality requirements to procurement sources.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Evaluation of procured items against purchase order requirements. Whether or not the Engineer inspects or tests any materials or equipment. approval of all basic concepts and changes to design. to submit with each delivery appropriate acceptance test reports. or substitution of materials.2 Supplier Control/Inspection The Contractor shall be responsible for ensuring that all supplies and services procured are compliant with the Contract requirements. Requests by the Contractor for the Engineer representation at inspections and tests performed by the Contractor or a subcontractor shall occur at “Hold points” defined in preliminary plans and shall be in writing. If the System is not ready for a test or inspection as required under the Contract.Riyadh - Evaluation and assessment of the quality assurance system used by each Supplier. Requirements may be included for chemical or physical testing records in connection with the purchase of raw materials by the subcontractors. the Contractor will not be relieved from any responsibility regarding defects or other failures to meet the Contract requirements. The Engineer is fully entitled to inspect. shall be received sufficiently in advance of the inspections and tests to allow at least 10 calendar days to make travel arrangements. or telephone notification followed by written notification. Purchase orders shall contain a requirement for the subcontractor to notify and obtain approval from the Contractor of changes to design of the products which affect fit.2. 4. either written.1 General The Contractor shall inspect through physically or functionally acceptance-test all items to be delivered under the Contract. All inspection and testing activities shall provide for the reporting of nonconforming or questionable conditions.3 Inspection and Test 4. quality and product improvements. Inspection of products upon delivery to the Contractor shall be conducted for assessment of adequate quality. or function. The effectiveness and integrity of quality control by the Subcontractors shall be reviewed and assessed by the Contractor at intervals consistent with the product complexity. form. The Engineer shall have the right to order any inspection or test deemed necessary to prove the compliance with the Contract. Approval of procedures for acceptance tests. The Engineer inspections of a subcontractor's facility will be coordinated with the Contractor. the Engineer shall have PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . These requests. 4. at the source. any supplies or services provided under the Contract. Monitoring of the Suppliers' quality performance utilizing source inspection and auditing techniques. nor will such inspection or testing be considered as an acceptance of any material or equipment which may be delivered later.doc 22 July 2009 Page 29 / 240 . Transmission of all design. final inspection results and material supplier certifications.Vol 2 Part 1. If any inspection or test is made by the Engineer Inspectors on the premises of the Contractor or a subcontractor. at a minimum. reliability. special processes and qualification tests.

5 In-Process Inspection The Contractor's Quality Assurance Program shall ensure that all manufacture finishing and all other basic production operations of any type. special work environment and inspection instructions. 4. together with all processing. The Engineer reserves the right to include additional inspection hold points in the Contractor's manufacturing. Physical examination.3. If a test or inspection reveals non-compliance with the Contract requirements.3 Testing All testing shall provide a measure of the overall quality of the completed product and shall be performed so that it simulates end product use. adequate production equipment. the Contractor shall be responsible for all costs of a subsequent retest or re-inspection.Vol 2 Part 1. shall be accomplished under controlled conditions. repairs. and shall be segregated. or tests of the materials or products processed shall be required and shall be accomplished in a systematic manner selected by the Contractor. process specifications. Noncompliant materials shall be identified as such. a statistical sampling plan as described herein may be used.2 Inspection Inspection shall occur at appropriate points in the manufacturing and installation sequence to ensure quality consideration for compliance with drawings. installation or inspection activities. The Quality Management Program shall effectively monitor the issuance of and compliance with all of these work instructions. subject to the Engineer audit and surveillance. 4. 4.3. there shall be a further inspection or test of the affected characteristics. or replacement are required. and fabrication work. with relevant records being issued. 4.doc 22 July 2009 Page 30 / 240 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . upon prior approval. upon review of the Contractor's efforts. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . the Contractor submit for approval an inspection plan showing hold points and milestones where the Engineer attendance is required. All material certification and test reports used as the basis for acceptance shall be available upon request Permanent physical identification shall be used to the maximum extent. fabricating and installing of any type. Receiving inspection may not be substituted for source inspection. The adherence to these controlled conditions shall be required for all subcontractor activities and in particular those performed during field testing and retrofit operations.4 Receiving Inspection The Contractor's receiving inspection activity shall provide for the inspection of incoming materials. test specifications.3.3. For all equipment purchased or manufactured. process. measurement. where hardware modifications and installation are occurring away from the production facilities. and quality standards. These inspection measures shall be used to preclude the use of nonconforming materials and to ensure that only correct and accepted items are used and installed. Controlled conditions shall include documented work instructions. Documented work instructions shall be the criteria for all of the production. Inspection shall be 100% or. Test procedures and the reporting of test results shall comply with the requirements of the System specifications.Riyadh the right to charge to the Contractor any incidental costs reasonably incurred in connection with that test or inspection. When modification.

doc 22 July 2009 Page 31 / 240 .3. installation. and inspection records.4 Statistical Sampling Plans Statistical quality assurance sampling used in inspection shall be fully documented and based on recognized and accepted statistical quality assurance practices. inherent characteristics of the product. deficiencies. Completion of prior inspections and preparation for shipment may be verified by the Contractor's personnel. work and inspection instructions for handling. Sampling plans may be used when quality trend data. Criteria for approval and rejection shall be provided by the Contractor and shall be subject to the Engineer's Audit. the Contractor shall submit the proposed statistical sampling plan to the Engineer for review. 4. Prior to the use of statistical sampling. storing preserving.Riyadh Adherence to selected methods for inspection and monitoring shall be complete and continuous. specification.5 Identification and Inspection Status The Contractor shall maintain a system for identifying the progressive inspection status of materials. Certification of the necessary inspections and readiness for shipment shall be verified by the Contractor's Personnel and transmitted to the Engineer. Any sampling plan used shall provide supporting rationale and calculations for valid confidence and quality levels. The system shall provide for ensuring that required inspections and tests are performed and that the status of items with regard to inspections and test performance is known throughout manufacturing. and defects in material and equipment shall be promptly identified and corrected.6 Shipping Inspection The Quality Management Program shall provide and enforce procedures for the proper inspection of all products deliverable to the Engineer to assure completion and conformance with the Contract requirements prior to shipment. marking. rejection. deviations. and testing. the measures shall ensure that the cause of the condition is determined and corrective action is immediately taken to preclude repetition of such conditions.7 Corrective Action The Contractor shall establish. Non conforming items shall be identified by physical segregation and status indicators such as tags. 4. The identification system shall ensure that only items that have passed the required inspection and tests are used or installed. 4. packaging. serialization.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . components.Vol 2 Part 1. or non-inspection. Corrective action and related information shall be documented to PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . and shipping activities to protect the quality of products as required by the Contract. In the case of conditions adverse to quality. markings stamps. such as failures. malfunctions. Corrective action shall be taken when non-compliance occurs. 4. All shipments shall be prepared as required to preclude damage during shipment. Storage and Delivery The Contractor's Quality Assurance Program shall provide for adequate surveillance. document and maintain procedures to ensure that conditions adverse to quality. 4. Inspection measures shall identify any item at any stage of production to an applicable drawing. or the non critical application of the product indicate that action in inspection can be achieved without jeopardizing quality. or other pertinent technical document. sub-assemblies and assemblies as to their acceptance. packing.6 Handling.

Holding areas and procedures shall be established by the Contractor. initial and follow-up review of the adequacy of such measures. for controlling noncompliance. and maintain an effective system. inspections. including procedures or identification. and other quality requirements.8 Non-compliant item The Contractor shall establish. 4. segregation and disposal. Corrective action shall extend to the performance of subcontractors at all tiers and shall include at a minimum: Analysis of data and examination of nonconforming products to determine extent and causes.doc 22 July 2009 Page 32 / 240 . process controls. tests. 4. nonconforming material (including records of disposition). Also. records for monitoring work performance and for inspecting and testing shall indicate the acceptability of work or products and the action taken in connection with the correction of nonconformity. Corrective measures shall provide a finished product of quality and workmanship equivalent to a product not requiring correction. Audit results shall be documented and reviewed by Contractor senior management personnel having responsibility in the area audited. completed and made available upon request at all times during the performance of the Contract and for a retention period as defined by the Contract.9 Audits A comprehensive system of planned and periodic audits shall be carried out by the Contractor to verify compliance with all aspects of the Quality Assurance Program and to verify compliance with specified Contract requirements.Vol 2 Part 1. to provide evidence of quality and accountability. and no separate payment will be made with respect to such usage. document. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . The Contractor shall be held liable for any and all expenses incurred as a result of Contractor usage of nonconforming or discrepant material. certification of processes and personnel. and monitoring of the effectiveness of corrective action taken. as well as subcontractors.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The Employer and the Engineer reserve the right to conduct independent audits of the Contractor's Quality Assurance Program. These records shall be maintained. An audit procedure shall be prepared to include a preliminary audit schedule and shall be submitted in conjunction with the Quality Assurance Program. These records shall include results of audits. All non-compliant item shall be identified to prevent unauthorized use or shipment. Introduction of required improvements and corrections.Riyadh Contractor senior management and made available upon request. The audits shall be performed by qualified personnel having no direct responsibilities in the areas audited.10 Quality Assurance Records Adequate records shall be maintained in a readily retrievable manner by the Contractor. ranging from completed systems to detail parts. 4.

• Primavera.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . installation.doc 22 July 2009 Page 33 / 240 . The tenderer shall submit an extended list of deliverable formats that shall be agreed prior to NTP. Manufacturing and Installation Control A Contractor’s Quality Control Program shall assure that all construction.12. Electronic formats shall be among the following : • Microstation and Autocad. and manufacturing is accomplished under adequately controlled conditions.Riyadh 4. tagged and identified. as a minimum.11 Quality Requirements on Documentation In addition to the Standard requirements. and placed in protected areas under lock and key for evaluation.14 Construction.2 Removal Correction Parts which have been rejected or are required to be corrected shall be removed. the following items are to be taken into account by the contractor: document numbering shall be made such that the concerned subsystem.Vol 2 Part 1. adequate construction and production equipment. material or products processed are necessary for each Work operation and must be conducted under controlled conditions.13 Supplier Certification Where applicable. • Word. The certification shall be signed by an officer of the Supplier. • Pdf. • Excel. 4. 4. the Contractor shall arrange for the materials and labour records to be transmitted for making such investigation and inspection.12 Defects in Items or Work 4. Physical examination. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Controlled conditions. manufacturing and installation as appropriate for each such activity. the location and the purpose of the document are indicated. the Contractor shall obtain from each of its Suppliers a written certification that the method being used for installation and connection of the Supplier's equipment by the Contractor is satisfactory to the Supplier. or that nonconforming materials have been used.1 Shipping Cost Any shipping costs involved including in repairing correcting or replacing damaged or defective parts shall be borne by the Contractor. or tests by the Contractor of the Work. documented Work instructions.12.3 Inspection If Contractor has evidence that defective work has been performed by subcontractors. or if the Engineer desires to make an examination of work partly or fully completed. 4. measurement. and any special working environments. 4. 4.12. He shall submit at that time a CAD File Management Plan to the Employer’s approval. The Quality Control Program shall provide separate procedures for construction.

Final inspection and testing shall provide for reporting to the designers any unusual difficulties. deficiencies. Inspection by machine operators.Vol 2 Part 1. and disposal. and the Contractor's design support forces to ensure complete communication between all parties.Riyadh Quality control for the construction of fixed facilities shall include preconstruction and constructability reviews prior to the commencement of construction activities. deterioration. and aerial construction. automated inspection gauges.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Direct relationship of materials. or substitution of products. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . The construction inspection activities of the Contractor shall be fully coordinated with the Engineer. their certification. The Quality Control Program shall also address the following: Accurate. ordinances. documentation of daily activities. shown and documented to comply with specifications before these items become inaccessible by later construction and/or installation. complete. Methods of inspection and monitoring shall be corrected wherever they are found to be unsuitable. Products in storage shall be protected against deterioration and damage. rules. or other types of inspection shall be employed in any combination desired by the Contractor which will adequately and efficiently protect product quality and the integrity of processing. Where field offices are used. Procedures for material testing or certifications shall be developed by the Contractor and shall be directly related to confirming compliance with the design documents developed by the Contractor. treatment. and shipping to protect the quality of products and to prevent damage. Inspection and monitoring of processed material for products shall be accomplished in any suitable systematic manner selected by the Contractor. The Quality Control Program shall provide procedures for supervision and inspection of any construction with respect to hazardous materials and contaminated soils and/or liquids and actions required for their removal. These procedures shall be in keeping with all applicable laws. construction and installation. tested. particularly that items of construction are inspected. the Contractor's construction forces. loss. The Quality Control Program shall assure that there is a system for final inspection and testing of completed products. product end use and functioning. roving inspectors. to a sufficient degree. production line inspection station. and documented measurements construction activity including excavated volumes and cast-in-place concrete by major component. and other requirements. and coordination between the Engineer. The Quality Control Program shall provide for routine and systematic inspection and testing of construction and installation as it progresses. inspection or test department. or questionable conditions. set-up or first-piece acceptance. personnel and construction equipment on the site. Such testing shall provide a measure of the overall quality of the completed product and shall be performed so that it simulates. complete construction documents shall be available for the Engineer use. The Quality Control Program shall require and monitor the use of procedures to prevent handling damage to articles. and subsequent installation by location.doc 22 July 2009 Page 34 / 240 . packaging. regulations. storage. moving line or lot sampling. preservation. Maintenance of construction progress throughout the approved construction schedule. degradation. The Quality Control Program shall provide instructions for handling. concrete. and Progress charts of key construction items such as excavation piling.

staff and property are reduced to the minimum. The Contractor shall ensure that system assurance is an integral part of the design. The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer for approval. The maintainability of defined elements of the Work shall also be determined as the designs become available.doc 22 July 2009 Page 35 / 240 . Ensure that reliability. adjustments to the design shall be incorporated where it is determined that there may be an impact on availability and the System RAM targets shall be updated to reflect the adjustment. construction and commissioning the Contractor shall conduct analysis or testing on subsystems or other appropriate level to establish whether it is likely that the System will achieve the RAM targets set for the equipment at the beginning of the design process. the Safety Program Plan and the Security Program Plan. During manufacture. The Contractor shall carry out the system assurance tasks in order to: Ensure that the System is operable.2 Reliability. availability and maintainability of the major components shall achieve the specified RAM targets. System Assurance Requirements 5. If it is not available. taking action as necessary to adjust those aspects that show signs of encroaching on the targets. Repetitive systematic failures are not counted more than once for reliability demonstration. Analysis shall be undertaken which increases in breadth and depth as the design activity progresses and the Contractor shall ensure the adequacy of the analysis at any given stage to incorporate the results into the design. the System Assurance Program Plan. installation and testing and commissioning processes.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . safe and is fit for purpose. Availability & Maintainability requirements The reliability. Ensure that the System operation and functional requirements are realised. generic failure rates from relevant suppliers. to demonstrate achievement of the reliability and availability targets specified in the Contract. a System Assurance Plan (SAP) 28 days after the NTP. Standards or other published databases can be quoted or used. manufacture. 5.Vol 2 Part 1. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . During the early design stage. availability and maintainability targets are achieved. the Contractor shall ensure for the Work to be ultimately able to meet the RAM targets by a process of continuous assessment of the designs. In-service failure data should be used. All RAM requirements shall be covered in the System Assurance Plan.1 System Assurance The system assurance is governed by The Project Assurance Management Plan. The standards used or the source of field data shall be identified.Riyadh 5. The Contractor shall also provide required inputs for performance optimisation. provided that the Contractor has presented a satisfactory solution to the cause. Ensure that risks to passengers. The Contractor shall undertake reliability and availability analyses using field failure data for identical or similar equipment or calculations.

The Contractor shall make use of the results of the Reliability prediction to identify the unreliable subsystems.Vol 2 Part 1. to facilitate speedy recovery of the system under various conditions during the installation and operation stages. The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer a complete list of preventive maintenance tasks and periodicities and spares requirements for all equipment supplied under the Contract.5 Standards The list of standards below shall be used.g.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Self-test facilities by means of built-in-test equipment or circuits shall be provided for start-up and normal operation where applicable. The Contractor shall identify the possible System failures that will result in overall service failures. to determine the appropriate design and configuration of the System.Riyadh The Contractor shall apportion the System reliability targets to designated sub-systems or components as appropriate.4 Recovery Analysis The Contractor shall conduct Recovery Analyses in conjunction with Operation and Maintenance during the detailed design stage. If it is not available. regular preventive maintenance or replacement. 5) 6) 7) 5. 5. 5. The Contractor shall implement corrective actions or changes of design to improve the identified potential deficiencies. In-service MTTR data should be used. The Contractor shall provide estimates of potential reliability & availability performances for comparison with the targets specified by the Contractor to identify potential deficiencies during early design stages. The Contractor shall implement maintainability design criteria to be employed in the detailed system design. condition-based maintenance. The Contractor shall update the Reliability prediction until all potential deficiencies are addressed and the specified targets are met before production. which shall include the following features: 1) 2) 3) 4) All systems shall be designed to minimise the amount of maintenance tasks required and to ensure that any maintenance can be easily and quickly carried out. The Contractor shall implement corrective actions or changes of design to improve the identified potential deficiencies. The Contractor shall propose appropriate maintenance approach (e. in combination with the standards quoted in subsystem requirement documents. and predict the frequency of such incident per year for the System.3 Maintainability Analysis The system shall be designed and constructed to facilitate maintenance. The Contractor shall perform Maintainability Prediction Analyses to identify potential deficiencies during early design stages. the Contractor shall estimate the MTTR with consideration of the Engineer's operation environment or quote from other published data handbooks. no preventive maintenance) for maintenance requirements identified during RAM analyses. as a reference guideline on the approach and techniques to be undertaken by PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .doc 22 July 2009 Page 36 / 240 . The Contractor shall also indicate support equipment required for preventive maintenance work.

EN 50159-2: Communication. EN 50126. Part 1 : Safety-related communication in closed transmission systems. CENELEC IEC 60571.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 5. Railway Application: Software for Railway Control & Protection Systems. signalling and processing systems. This includes not only the performances of the Transit Vehicle and Automatic Vehicle Protection subsystems. Electrical Equipment used on railway vehicles. EN 50129 Railway Application: Safety related Electronic System for Signalling. a process for certification prior to revenue service. EN 50125-2 : Railway Application – Environmental Conditions for Equipment Part 2 In Fixed Installations. EN 50126 : Railway Applications : Specification and demonstration of Reliability. Man-machine Interfaces Actuating Principles. and a process for timely investigation reporting and analysis of accidents and incidents. The Contractor may use alternative European or International/Equivalent standards where applicable: IEC 61508 Functional Safety of Electrical / Electronic / Programmable Electronic Safety Related Systems. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . The Program shall consist of the System Safety and Security Management Plans which include a management process for identifying and resolving hazards. Availability. Railway Application: Electrical Equipment used on rolling stock. Availability and Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) – September 1999. Maintainability & Safety (RAMS) for Railway Applications.doc 22 July 2009 Page 37 / 240 .6. 89/336/EEC : European Community Electromagnetic Compatibility directive. evaluate and eliminate or mitigate hazards to the riding public and surrounding people.Riyadh the Contractor. EN 50125-3 : Railway Application – Environmental Conditions for Equipment Part 3 For Signalling and Communications. ENV 50121-5 : Railway Application – Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Part 5 Fixed Installations. EN 60447. 5.6 System Safety Management 5. The Contractor shall provide and implement all the mitigation and protection measures required by all the hazards analysis and subject to the Employer and Engineer approval.Vol 2 Part 1.6. EN 50155. signalling and processing systems. Specification & Demonstration of Reliability. but also passenger supervision on board the vehicles and in stations. Therefore considerable attention has been paid in setting out the parameters for design criteria of subsystems that can have an effect on safety. EN 50159-1: Communication. maintenance requirements and standby operation under emergency conditions. ENV 50121-4 : Railway Application – Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Part 4 Signalling and Communications. EN 50121-1 : Railway Application – Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Part 1. Part 2 : Safety related communication in open transmission systems.1 General Passenger's safety as well as safety of people and vehicles crossing the Transit System line is a paramount objective for the System.2 Contractor Responsibilities The Contractor shall implement a Program to identify. EN 50128. ENV 50121-2 : Railway Application – Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Part 2 Emission of the whole Railway system to the outside world.

6. on or near the tracks. parts or whole of the following: • Vehicles. and transportation departments.3 General Requirements The following items represent the major issues pending on safety management: the Contractor shall set a dedicated Safety team. The Contractor shall have complete responsibility for defining and implementing the specific requirements of the System Safety. including all test results that provide evidence that every hazard is mitigated. in power substations.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh The Contractor shall develop the System Safety part of the Program appropriate to the technical and management requirements of this Contract. safe. but not be limited to. and all safety requirements to be addressed by the operator. to reduce possible hazards. to ensure that safety targets are never jeopardized by time or cost constraints. Personal safety items and protective covers or screens for equipment shall be provided to protect personnel. • a final safety case. The Transit System shall have a SIL4 safety level. as well as local agencies involved in the project. the level of Safety shall be demonstrated through : • a design stage safety case. and simple. • a safety journal. The System Safety Management Plan shall include interfacing with local fire.doc 22 July 2009 Page 38 / 240 . to be updated during all the procurement and construction process. 5. Activities necessary for the operation and maintenance shall be convenient. as well as regulatory and investigative agencies. 5. the Employer and the Operator and at least shall include the following (exact list of documents to be proposed by the Contractor for approval): a) b) c) d) e) Develop Emergency/Disaster Response Procedures Preliminary Safety and Security Procedures and Training Course Requirements Develop an Accident/Incident Investigation and Reporting Procedure Prepare a Fire Protection Manual Prepare Safety and Security Test Plans and Procedures Prepare Plans for Emergency Team Training Exercises. Coordination with emergency service organizations will be carried out in cooperation with the Engineer. • Power supply and distribution. • Signalling • Automatic Vehicle protection. identifying all possible hazards and for each. - - The Contractor shall provide for the Engineer approval the SIL safety level of all equipment software within 120 days from NTP. hazard mitigation actions.Vol 2 Part 1. The entire System Safety Program shall be designed to be readily audited by the Engineer and the Employer. police. independent from and with full authority upon the design and construction teams. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . which shall apply to. according to EN50-126 Standard. in the Maintenance Depot or in the Administration Area. • Civil works.7 Operations and Maintenance Personnel Safety The System shall be designed and implemented to provide for the safety of maintenance and operations personnel working on the vehicles.

The design of the Maintenance Depot and its furnishings and equipment shall consider the nature of activities required to service and store vehicles. Devices.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . assemble and separate vehicles. Operations and maintenance hazards analyses shall be performed to identify potential unsafe conditions and activities during operations and maintenance of the System. conduct pre-service testing.Vol 2 Part 1.8 Safety Training Safety information on conformed methods and procedures necessary to maintain safe operating conditions shall be generated by the Contractor and included in a Training Program to be provided by the Contractor for safety training consideration of cooperation and maintenance personnel. shall be provided along the tracks where necessary to prevent accidental activation when shut down for maintenance. The Contractor's procedures for emergencies and emergency equipment shall be submitted to the Engineer for review.doc 22 July 2009 Page 39 / 240 .Riyadh The System shall permit shutdown of portions of the System for ordinary or emergency maintenance. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . and make energized vehicle adjustments or repairs required for System operations. These devices shall be designed and installed so that authorized personnel have access. such as disconnect switches and lockouts. 5.

Contractor involvement shall continue for the duration of the Contract. and fixed facility security. permanent way. Coordination by the Committee will involve monitoring both the facilities and systems design processes and determining policy in the following areas: 1. Security and safety have been assigned high priorities. include corrective measures in operating procedures and/or design features. 6. neither will be compromised. 5. Security Committee activity will continue after the System is in revenue service.Riyadh 6. of user. The goal will be a level of security for users.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Influence System design from a security standpoint. 3) 6. Particular attention will be given to this part of the Security Plan to be prepared by the Contractor and submitted for approval not later than 28 calendar days after the issuance of the NTP.Vol 2 Part 1.2 Security Committee Organisation The Security Committee will be composed of representatives from the Employer. 9. employee. when resolved. the Engineer. with their functions and responsibilities. Assure that all the Contractors properly coordinate security at fixed facility and construction sites. employees and property which will meet those required by the Engineer or applicable regulations. 7. including stations. The Employer will assign a Manager of Security who will serve as the Chairperson of the Security Committee and have responsibility for system security. Periodically review security problems that may be encountered and. The Committee shall also be concerned with security at construction sites and security of material storage during construction Work. Evaluate potential crime and vandalism based on patterns experienced.1 Security Committee To achieve this goal. Organize a public and media relations Program to promote a positive attitude toward the System. OCC building and Maintenance Depot shall be designed and constructed to assure a high perception. 3.doc 22 July 2009 Page 40 / 240 . 8. Develop System user security philosophy. 2.3 Security Program Policies The following guidance is presented to aid the Security Committee in achieving its goal: The System. for continued interface and coordination with the law enforcement agencies. a Security Committee shall be formed at the outset to influence the design of a secure system with an emphasis on user and employee security. and define the System organizational elements. Determine procedures for surveillance and communication within the System. 6. Security Program In complement to the System Security Management Plan. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . the Contractor and appropriate law enforcement agencies. as well as a real level. Establish interfaces with law enforcement agencies. guidelines and practices. 4. the following requirements shall apply: 1) 2) A prerequisite for the success of the System will be a user perception of security while in the System along with a high level of actual security. Define a training Program for Operator’s to prepare them for handling security-related situations safely and expeditiously and in the best interests of the System users. 6.

As part of this plan. 5.doc 22 July 2009 Page 41 / 240 .2 Definition of Security Requirements for individual sub-systems The Security Requirements for individual sub-systems.4 Engineer’s Responsibilities The Engineer shall be responsible for forming the Security Committee.6.5 Contractor Responsibilities The Contractor shall be responsible for establishing a Security Program and preparing a System Security Plan. 6.6. manage and review Preliminary Security Assessment activities as specified in this Section. the Contractor shall be responsible for the following: 1.6 of this PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . of this document according to the Security Requirements established in the Contract. are defined by the Lead Contractor for each Subcontractor according to the principles as specified in Paragraph 5. are defined as specified in Paragraph 5. System surveillance shall be performed from OCC.Vol 2 Part 1. 4.Riyadh This security shall be accomplished with a minimum of manpower by utilizing automatic electronic surveillance and communication means. 6. to be established by the Lead Contractor in the Safety and Security Management Plan. including giving directions and assisting the elderly and mobility-challenged. Responsibilities of the Security Committee shall include developing security philosophy. 6.1 Definition of Overall Security Requirements The overall Security Requirements. Preparation of progress and status reports. 6. reviewing and evaluating facilities and surveillance and communication systems through participation in design reviews to ensure the effective and timely implementation of the Security Committee's program. Development and documentation of standard security operating rules and procedures consistent with the Security Committee's guidelines for application by the Operator when the System goes into revenue service. Development and documentation of field construction phase procedures consistent with the Security Committee's guidelines. 2. The surveillance and communication systems shall be for security functions and to provide personal services for the users. 3.1.6 Security tasks 6.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Implementation of Security Committee's guidelines in the detailed design of the surveillance and communication systems. Active participation of its organization and that of its Subcontractors Security Committee meetings and documentation of the minutes thereof.6. when applicable.6. 6. and monitoring. guidelines and practices.1 Preliminary Security Assessment The Lead Contractor will co-ordinate.1.

2. typhoons. manage.2 Scope of Detailed Security Assessment The Detailed Security Assessment shall take the points into account: • Project implementation phase.6. They should identify as early as possible any aspect of the design which may contribute to a level of Risk which might be disproportionate with the allocated requirement. and it will be the prerogative of the Lead Contractor to apportion the targets between the sub-systems which collectively comprise their scope of supply. 6. • Operation phase. to what extent the overall Security Requirements shall be decomposed to sub-system/component level. etc…. until mitigation measures have been proposed and implemented. The Assessment shall consider the Security impact by the functional and outline designs of all Subcontracts 6.6. when relevant.2 Detailed Security Assessment 6. tidal waves) will be considered only for related mitigation measures (for example specific calculation in relation with earthquake risk). evacuation plans..3 Hazard Identification The Lead Contractor shall perform a Hazard identification for the System Security on the System level. Security requirements will also generally be provided at 'high level'.Riyadh document.6. 6. The objective of the Detailed Security Assessment is to demonstrate theoretically that each of the subsystems comprising the System can meet the requirements specified in the contract and to identify the contribution of the sub-systems to the overall risk associated with the system.doc 22 July 2009 Page 42 / 240 .2.g. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .. by prior agreement with the Engineer.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . No “Frequency” will be estimated for those Security hazards. including hazard occurrence and related emergency plans. earthquakes. Generally.6.1. All Hazards identified will be provided to the Engineer and becomes part of the Hazard Log.1 Objectives The Lead Contractor will co-ordinate. The Lead Contractor shall decide.Vol 2 Part 1. Security requirements for those parts of the Works for which they are responsible. The Subcontractors in charge of sub-systems comprising the System will receive in the Lead Contractor SSMP. All of them will be first considered as “Frequent”. as they are related to human behaviour which may not be quantified. The Hazard identification will be performed considering the Security items in the draft Project Hazard Log. review and monitor Detailed Security Assessment for the System as specified in this Section. according also to the Security Requirements established in the Contract and in the System Safety and Security Management Plan. “Severity” of the hazard consequences will be estimated according to the same categories as above. and specific emergency pans will be established and submitted to the Engineer and the Employer. The Security Risks relating to natural disasters that are beyond Lead Contractor’s control (e. • Emergency situations.

operate and maintain.7 Program Audits The Employer and the Engineer reserve the right to conduct independent audits of the Contractor's Program to determine compliance with security considerations. for example. • Other human factors. and where adjustments can be made should the theoretical analysis indicate that fulfilment of the defined Security Requirements might be in jeopardy. both during the System's construction and subsequently when the System is in revenue service. All the Hazards identified shall be included in the Hazard Analysis Reports and submitted to the Engineer. This plan shall contain at a minimum: PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .2. • Emergency plans for each identified hazard (evacuation plan.6. derailment due to Track switch and Signalling. 6. • Details of the access control system. 6. The Subcontractors and Consultants shall conduct Hazard identification exercises when the detailed design has been proposed to ensure that all relevant Hazards related to their part of supply will be identified systematically. Quantified Risk Assessment (QRA) is required to be conducted for specific Hazardous scenarios which have to be identified during this Detailed Security Assessment. regarding all identified Security hazards. The Contractor shall submit the Access Control Plan within 60 calendar days after the issuance of NTP. alert and role of external entities such as fire brigades. install. the equipment under their design is safe to construct. commission. It shall include the studies performed for his scope of supply. • Details of the organisation of “at random” rounds. The Hazard shall be ranked using the Risk Matrix and registered in the Hazard Log The Detailed Security Assessment shall make reference to the following as a minimum: • Detailed list and layout of areas which will be video supervised.Vol 2 Part 1. • Periodical training / exercises. etc…).Riyadh decomposition needs only to be taken to the level at which there can be a defined impact on Security.9 Access Control Plan The Contractor shall provide an Access Control Plan which will be directed towards controlling access to restricted areas. During the Design stage. All deliverables should be reviewed by the Engineer before submitting to the Employer or any other Riyadh Authority. by design or other effective means.doc 22 July 2009 Page 43 / 240 .3 Deliverables The Lead Contractor has to submit a report summarizing the Detailed Security Assessment to the Engineer.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . all Subcontractors and Consultants shall ensure that. 6.8 Progress and Status Reports The Contractor shall report on security activity in its monthly progress reports. 6.

. The structure for organizing the types and numbers of access-controlled locks to be used in the System. 3. 5. cards. card. 6. The maintenance information and special training for this equipment shall also be provided. under the supervision of he Security Manager. 4. Recommendations for access hardware. control system. etc. etc. dedicated tests shall be conducted. and other such access devices.. A control system for monitoring and controlling the issuance. cards. Upon approval of the Access Control Plan. keys.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . For each subsystem ensuring a part or a whole of a security function. special codes. at the completion of field construction and testing. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .10 Engineer Security Verification The verification of system security shall be undertaken in parallel with susbsystem testing.Riyadh 1. providing monthly reports of locks.Vol 2 Part 1. The Security Manager shall agree with the results of a subsystem before it can be declared satisfactory. 2. etc. The methodology to enforce standardized access across Subcontractors at all tiers. A preliminary breakdown of the System equipment and areas that will require being secured. The Contractor shall also provide the necessary equipment to produce duplicate cards. 6. techniques. and mastering of keys. the Contractor shall maintain the lock. and the results shall be compiled in a security verification log. The Security Committee shall ensure that all pending issues are closed prior to putting the system into revenue service. etc. cards and other devices. materials. A plan for changing locks.doc 22 July 2009 Page 44 / 240 .

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . System Operation and Maintenance Management Program 7. All manuals and plans shall be originally prepared in the English language and written using text. dependability. to operate and maintain the System. shall constitute a System Operations and Maintenance Management Program and serve as the basis for both the design and testing Work as well as for the Maintenance period of the Contractor. fabrication. diagrams and drawings that are clear. installation and/or field construction to the extent necessary to verify that operability and availability requirements will be met. This shall be achieved by configuring the System for ease of operation and providing all procedures necessary for safe. A Progress report more dedicated to Operations & Maintenance will be provided on a monthly basis one week before the meeting.3 Follow up In order to follow up the application and improvement of the Operations and Maintenance Management Program. availability and to minimize operating costs. and operating and maintenance periods. developed for the Maintenance part and compiled into a System Operations and Maintenance Program to guide the design. 7. managers and engineers who will use them for work and training.doc 22 July 2009 Page 45 / 240 . This will also include providing for personnel with the skills required to both manage and operate the System.Riyadh 7. and understandable by the operators. It will ensure that management plans and procedures are developed and that personnel are properly trained. terminology. as appropriate. The Contractor shall establish a process to update parts of each plan and manual as required and as new information becomes available from testing and operating and maintenance experience. and appropriate data will be provided. including certification where required. Copies of all updates shall be provided to the Engineer. This process shall be followed throughout the testing. demonstration.shall be initiated for the Operation part. The Contractor will propose to the Engineer a scope of content of the report. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . A minimum of three plans . A draft System Operations and Maintenance Management Program shall be developed at a date to be proposed by the Contractor. concise. This process shall be submitted to the Engineer for review and approval. The Contractor's System Operations and Maintenance Management Program shall be structured to assure that qualified operations and maintenance personnel are involved in the design. installation and test Work as well as for developing definitive plans for both the Operation and Maintenance functions of the System.1 General The Contractor shall develop a series of plans which. reliable and efficient operations. technicians.2 Form and Updates of Documentation All plans and manuals required in this Section shall be submitted by the Contractor to the Engineer for review and approval. 7. and meet the other requirements of the Contract. Thereafter. Systems Operations and System Maintenance . supervisors. regular meetings (monthly) will be organised with the Engineer and the Contractor during the initial maintenance period. The focus of the System Operations and Maintenance Management Program shall be to maximize System safety. effectively after RAM & Safety and system design review and submitted to the Engineer for approval.Vol 2 Part 1.Operations Safety. it shall be revised. necessary decisions and corrective actions will be implemented. taken together.

audio-visual Programs. 6) 7) 8) END OF THE DOCUMENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3605) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . news briefings and conferences. the distribution of newsletters. brochures.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . public service announcements and paid advertising as well as holding public hearings and meetings to inform the public about progress in the design and construction of the system and later to market the service. maps and leaflets. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Provision of project data and information and preparation of briefing materials for community meetings and/or presentations. news tapes. subject to approval by the Engineer and posted at locations on the construction site to be identified by the Engineer. Full colour brochure describing the nature and operations of the System. The Contractor shall provide the Employer and the Engineer with the following and subject to approval. fabrication and installation of Project Identification Signs at each station and each working site. individual media contacts. Commented route maps showing temporarily relocated routes and inconvenience to pedestrians. Drawings and renderings available for photographing and presentations. With reasonable notice. Assistance and information to the Engineer for its preparation of public information regarding the System operations and use prior to opening for service. including 1.4 Public Information Responsibility for informing the public about the system will rest with the Employer. drivers and neighbours. Design. produced at the direction of the Engineer. with the compensation arrangements.Vol 2 Part 1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 46 / 240 . It is expected that the Employer will use news releases. making key personnel available for public meetings and interviews with news media representatives. special media activities. All preparation and printing are included. subject to approval by the Engineer. A 30-minute video presentation suitable for local TV broadcast describing the nature and operation of the System.Riyadh 7.000 copies.

L. Revised alignment for depot access Revised alignment for depot access Revised alignment for depot access Revision according to Hill Intl comments Revision: A4 Prepared by Name A.B.GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Title: PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM Document number: KAFD Project SYSTRA Transmitter PHA Phase TD Type O&M Discipline OPE Subject 2003 Doc. LE BOT Date 22 July 2009 Signature Checked by N.L. A.B. Number T Family A4 Revision It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”. . Approved by O. BOUHIER 22 July 2009 Date: 22 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 . A.L. A.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 1 .B.B.L. A.B.L.B. BOURGIS 22 July 2009 P. / O.O.Riyadh Revision A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 Date 9 Apr 2009 15 May 2009 20 May 2009 19 Jun 2009 22 Jul 2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author A.

................................................................................3.... 52 2......................................... 63 PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master ............. 62 5.....4 Station 4 to Station 5.. 57 4...............................................................................................................1 ESTIMATION OF THE RUNNING TIME................ FEATURES OF THE MONORAIL LINE.......................................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1........... 60 5............................ 54 2...................................................................................................... 54 3...2 2............................2 OPERATION OF A CLOSED CURVE NETWORK ..................................................................Vol 2 Part 1............... 55 3...........................................................................................................................................................3 Results..................................................................................................................................2 APPENDIX 2: MT-TRAMBUS TOOL (RUNNING TIME EVALUATION) ......................................................1..................1.................................................................1........................ 61 5.......1 APPENDIX 1: RUNNING TIMES ......................................................... 60 5.......................... 60 5...................................................................................................................................................................2 ESTIMATION OF DWELL TIMES ......................................................3 RESULTS ..............................................................1..1 4.................... 51 ESTIMATION OF THE DURATION OF A ROUND TRIP.......1............................. 60 5............... 49 1.................................1 Assumptions ...3 Station 3 to Station 4..................2 FEATURES OF THE ROLLING STOCK .....................................................3.......................... 53 2....... 62 5.................................................................................................1................................4 TRANSPORTATION SUPPLY ................. 61 5.............................1.................3 INSERTION / REMOVAL OF TRAIN ................. 58 ESTIMATION OF THE ROLLING STOCK FLEET .............1 1............................................................................................ 56 3.....2 Station 2 to Station 3..................................................................................................6 Station 6 to Station 1....................................................................... 53 2........................................................... 52 2..................................... 59 5.............................. 56 3.................................. 52 2................................................................................................................................................................................................................1 Insertion of a train .....................1 Station 1 to Station 2.............1......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 56 3..................................................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ........................... OPERATION PRINCIPLES ..................................doc 22 July 2009 Page 48 / 240 .................................................. 49 LINING OF THE TRACK ................... APPENDICES..2 Removal of a train............................1... CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LINE ......................................................................................................................... 55 3..... 58 4.................................................................................. 55 3...................... DETERMINATION OF ROLLING STOCK FLEET ......................................................................................1 OPERATION TIME ........................5 Station 5 to Station 6..............2 Calculation tools..........................

Curve Radius (m) Curve 1 Curve 2 Curve 3 Curve 4 Curve 5 Curve 6 Curve 7 Curve 8 Curve 9 Curve 10 Curve 11 Curve 12 Curve 13 Curve 14 Curve 15 Curve 16 Curve 17 80 100 100 70 72 70 70 70 70 70 71. as described in Table 2.Riyadh 1. The stations are located on the monorail trail as described in Table 1. 1. 2009. The last file about alignment considered dated from May 13.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .27 70 100 70 70 70 70 Strart of the Curve (mileage point (m)) 66 114 201 289 453 601 615 658 816 881 944 1 169 1 313 1 418 1 444 1 484 1 640 End of the Curve (mileage point (m)) Curve Radius (m) Strart of the Curve (mileage point (m)) 1 705 1 744 1 930 2 053 2 228 2 363 2 473 2 603 2 749 2 788 2 933 2 989 3 078 3 180 3 320 3 449 End of the Curve (mileage point (m)) 1 744 1 856 2 016 2 113 2 311 2 386 2 548 2 622 2 767 2 861 2 989 3 056 3 180 3 275 3 409 3 531 Curve 18 114 70 Curve 19 70 187 Curve 20 72.Vol 2 Part 1. Mileage point Start of the station Station 1 0 Station 2 816 Station 3 1239 Station 4 1859 Station 5 2408 Station 6 2863 Station 1 3536 Table 1: Stations Positions As a closed curve. the beam track contains many turns. Features of the monorail line This note has been kept updated with the different alignments sent until May 20.doc 22 July 2009 Page 49 / 240 .16 252 Curve 21 70 329 Curve 22 70 469 Curve 23 615 70 Curve 24 641 70 Curve 25 816 70 Curve 26 70 820 Curve 27 944 70 Curve 28 1 023 150 Curve 29 1 183 100 Curve 30 1 354 200 Curve 31 1 444 72 Curve 32 1 469 70 Curve 33 1 512 70 1 669 Table 2: Alignment Description PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .536 meters long.1 Characteristics of the line The new alignment received is 3. 2009.

Vol 2 Part 1.May 2009) and Station Location PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh STATION 1 STATION 2 STATION 6 MOST LOADED SECTION STATION 3 STATION 5 STATION 4 Figure 1: Monorail Alignment (Draft version .doc 22 July 2009 Page 50 / 240 .

Station 3 located in the Area 2 and Station 4 located in the Area 3: These stations are very close to the Financial Plaza.Vol 2 Part 1. AM Peak 2. According to the report “Monorail Ridership Assessment” received on March 20.547 Off Peak 258 1.255 3. in particularly station 3. Station 6 seems of no use. Station 5 located in the Area 5 and Station 6 located in the Area 4: These stations seem to be far less attractive. will be stations with many alighting passengers on morning peak.2 Lining of the track Station 1 SW1 Station 2 Station 6 SW2 Station 3 Station 4 Station 5 Transfert Track Depot Figure 1 Lining of the Track The above figure represent the organization of the line and station positions beside the beam track. Therefore.234 Section 2 – 3 – Short Term Section 2 – 3 – Longer Term Table 3: Most loaded Section Estimation in Short Term and Longer Term Situation Station location Stations are connected with buildings. according to the ridership assessment.Riyadh 1. Thus. this station will be one of the main passenger flow to/from the monorail network.doc 22 July 2009 Page 51 / 240 . PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . therefore access to the train is supposed to be one-sided. The Shankland Cox Asia Ltd’s estimations are reported in Table 3. The line counts 6 stations around the KAFD project. According to Shankland Cox Asia ridership data. Station 1 located in the Area 6: This station is linked to the future bus terminal. 2009 the most loaded section (Short-term and Long-term) is the Section 2 – 3.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Station 2 located in the Area 2: This station will be a massive multimodal station with the connection with the future BRT/LRT station that will entail a large number of boarding passengers on AM peaks. these two stations.

9 62.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The current alignment respects that condition. topological data and buildings elevations. Thus. to maintain comfort and security for passengers. Curve radius (m) 25 50 75 100 150 200 300 Maximal Theoretical Speed (km/h) 18 25. which are not contemplated in this study.2 36 44. it is currently assumed that the beam track has no runway slope. Indeed.727 128 Station 3 14 2.doc 22 July 2009 Page 52 / 240 .4 Maximal Practical Speed (km/h) 15 25 30 35 40 50 60 Table 4: Speed Limit in Curves These values are determined with no cant.933 52 Station 2 1.1.1.1 Estimation of the running time 2.1 Assumptions 2. slopes have influence on the acceleration and deceleration of the rolling stock.721 3. the current alignment contains many steep turns. the steeper the curves are.1. the slower the monorail will run. Nevertheless. the speed of guided vehicles is limited in curves to reduce transversal acceleration.1 50. Table 4 sums up the speed limit in curves taken into account to estimate running times. Monorail rolling stock requires curves with a minimum of 70 meters radius.5 31.721 Table 3: Total Boardings and Alightings per hour during the AM Peak 2.1 Alignment As the line describe a closed curve around the quarter project.Riyadh At peak hour Direction 1 Boardings Alightings Station 1 1. The values have been rounded up to the nearest multiple of 5 to simplify the representation. Estimation of the duration of a round trip 2.814 Station 4 3 599 Station 5 43 123 Station 6 1 5 Total 3.Vol 2 Part 1. Because of lake of information about station elevations. PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .

the jerk (derivative of acceleration in respect of time) for the monorail journey is limited to 3 0.00 40.6 0. which has proved itself on many projects in France and many countries around the world. A brief description of this stool is attached in appendix 1.3 Results The figures of the running times of the six sections are gathered in Appendix 2.00 Average 2 Braking (m/s ) -1.80 m/s in order to provide comfort to passengers.1.1. 2.8 0. it is assumed that the rolling stock has one double-stream doors per car.2 Calculation tools To realize running time estimations.2 0 0 40 80 Speed Table 5: Characteristics of the Rolling Stock Considered Moreover.537 485 8min 05sec Table 6: Estimation of Running Times Sections PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . 2. Section Running time (s) length (m) Station 1 Station 2 816 107 Station 2 Station 3 423 57 Station 3 Station 4 621 87 Station 4 Station 5 549 79 Station 5 Station 6 455 67 Station 6 Station 1 673 88 Round trip 3.Vol 2 Part 1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . SYSTRA has developed a piece of software.2 1 Acceleration 0.00 Rolling Stock Classic Monorail 1.4 0. It is assumed that the monorail accelerates at 1m/s² until 40km/h and accelerates decreasingly until the maximal speed. Average Until Speed (km/h) 2 Acceleration (m/s ) 1. 2.1.1.2 Features of the rolling stock The following table sums up classic characteristics of rolling stock. to estimate dwell time.Riyadh Moreover.doc 22 July 2009 Page 53 / 240 .00 Maximal Speed (km/h) 80.

divided per the number of doors of the rolling stock An operational margin of 3 seconds to address the variability of the passenger flow around the average considered.03 455 67 15 82 19.Vol 2 Part 1.2 Estimation of dwell times Dwell times in stations depend on boarding and alighting attending in each station.70 3.537 485 650 165 19. Direction 1 At peak Dwell Time hour Boarding/Alighting (s) Station 1 1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 54 / 240 1 nd .98 673 88 35 123 19.442 165 Table 7: Estimation of Dwell Time per Station (in second) 2.93 621 87 20 107 20.Riyadh 2.828 45 Station 4 602 20 Station 5 15 166 Station 6 6 15 Total 7.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1 seconds per boarding/alighting per stream in train.855 35 Station 3 2.985 35 Station 2 1.3 Results Sections Station 1 Station 2 Station 2 Station 3 Station 3 Station 4 Station 4 Station 5 Station 5 Station 6 Station 6 Station 1 Round trip Inter-station distance (m) Running Time Commercial (with dwell Speed time) (s) (km/h) 816 107 35 142 20.89 549 79 15 94 21.59 Table 8: Estimation of Commercial Speed Time (s) Dwell Time (of the arrival station) (s) Method adapted from information issued from Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual—2 Edition .69 423 57 45 102 14. They are calculated 1 thanks to the following method : • A minimum dwell time including: o Time of the opening and closure of the doors and time during when doors are closed before departure of the train: 8 seconds o Time when doors are opened with no passenger flow (ringing time): 3 seconds An average of 2.TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH BOARD -NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (USA) PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . • • The results are voluntarily overestimated of a few seconds to take into account the delays due to the regulation of the monorail circulation during the peak period.

As the monorail is running on segregated right of way. operation time should be considered in one of the station.Riyadh 3. Thus. Station 1 Station 2 Station 6 SW1 SW2 Station 3 Station 4 Station 5 Up to 2 trains Depot Figure 3: Example of major incident on track between station 4 and 5 In the standard configuration. To avoid slowest trains being caught up and thus bothering the circulation of the other trains. Operation time is usually evaluated from 4% to 5% of running time to avoid most of the delays of on-street transports (assuming that the distribution of the delays follows a Gaussian distribution). PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the whole network will stop to operate.doc 22 July 2009 Page 55 / 240 . Operation principles 3.Vol 2 Part 1. As the monorail has no way to overtake the stopped vehicle. as a consequence. because of its large number of boarding and alighting passengers. any major incident will stop all the services and the network should be stopped in a properly operating manner. it is frequently considered that 3% of running time will be enough to deal with most of the delays. As far as possible the monorail trains should run until the next station in order to empty the trains. 3.1 Operation time A transportation system needs regulation to avoid slowdowns on the line or even congestion phenomena.2 Operation of a closed curve network The most important inconvenient of the single track closed curve way is that any major incident on the line will completely stop all activities on the network. it is less likely to have delay on its journey. The monorail will be preferably an automatic train (without driver but could be with an attendant on board). But delays may happen when the stations are particularly crowed or because of minor incidents for example. Station 3 seems to be the better candidate to be the regulation station. 20 seconds will be added to stop time in station 3.

the track switch 2 is reset in its normal position in order to get the main track loop closed. The transfer track is dimensioned to allow the stabling of 2 trains (coupled or not coupled). 3. Immediately after the run of the monorail up to the transfer track.1 Insertion of a train By the morning the trains are un-parked from the depot stabling area and inserted in the main track loop through the track switch 1. This hypothesis is done in order to allow a rescue train coupled to a train in failure to be removed from the PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .3.3.Riyadh 3.doc 22 July 2009 Page 56 / 240 . the train will go back to the depot by the dedicated portion of guide beam.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Station 1 Station 2 SW1 SW2 Station 3 Station 6 Station 4 Station 5 From Depot Train exits from depot Station 1 Station 2 SW1 SW2 Station 3 Station 6 Station 4 Station 5 From Depot Train access to main track loop Station 1 Station 2 SW1 SW2 Station 3 Station 6 Station 4 Station 5 From Depot Train is on main track loop 3.2 Removal of a train A train to be removed from the operation on the main track loop is routed first on the transfer track by the switch 2. The track switch 2 is set in its reverse position. Later.3 Insertion / Removal of train The depot access is grant by a portion of guide beam connected to the main track loop between Station 6 and Station 1.Vol 2 Part 1. thus opening the main track loop.

Station 1 Station 2 SW1 SW2 Station 3 Station 6 Station 4 Station 5 From Depot Train moves on main loop track Station 1 Station 2 SW1 SW2 Station 3 Station 6 Station 4 Station 5 From Depot Train moves to transfer track Station 1 Station 2 SW1 SW2 Station 3 Station 6 Station 4 Station 5 From Depot Train reverse direction and moves to depot 3. It could be also the case of a maintenance vehicle which rescues a train in failure. • • The network will operate from 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM (to be adjusted later by the train operator) The duration of each period is the following: o o o Morning peak hour: 2 hours Off peak: 8 hours Evening peak hour: 2 hours PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .4 Transportation supply Daily transportation supply will depend on time interval of operation service and peaks periods considered. It must meet the demands of cultural and economic activities and take into account demand distribution during the day and traffic demand.Vol 2 Part 1. In this case the transfer track should be of enough length for the train + the maintenance vehicle.Riyadh main track loop.doc 22 July 2009 Page 57 / 240 .

doc 22 July 2009 Page 58 / 240 .200 3.600 4.840 9.400 2. Thus.Vol 2 Part 1.680 Line capacity according to frequency (4 passengers/m²) 4' 3' 30" 3' 2'30 Note: The grey cells are those which are superior to the most loaded section estimation in longer terms.133 2.470 5.Riyadh 4.896 1.109 5. PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .840 4.973 4.840 3.200 3.547 1. rolling stocks should be at least three-car trains with a minimum frequency of 4’ minutes or two-car trains with a minimum frequency of 2’30 minutes.486 6. The determination of the rolling stock fleet depends on the passenger flow at peak period on the most loaded section: AM Peak Off Peak Section 2 – 3 – Short Term 2.960 7.576 3.880 3.060 3.152 2.720 3.448 2. with a comfort of 4 passengers per sqm.743 3.1 Features of the rolling stock The theoretical time interval “Ip” for a given capacity “Cu” and a given passenger flow “D” is: I p = 3600 × Cu D Therefore.800 5.080 4.880 6.800 5.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .497 4. the capacity per train influences directly the frequency at peak period and by consequence the rolling stock fleet and operation flexibility.227 5. to meet the passenger’s needs.920 2.704 5.720 7.267 4.760 4.234 Monorail configuration (example) 2 Cars 3 Cars 4 Cars Seated passengers Standing passengers 4 Pax/m2 Standing passengers 6 Pax/m2 Capacity per train 4 Pax/m2 Capacity per train 6 Pax/m2 Comfort rate 5' 4'30 Line capacity according to frequency (6 passengers/m²) 4' 3' 30" 3' 2'30 5' 4'30 56 104 148 160 204 35% 84 156 214 240 298 35% 112 208 280 320 392 35% 2. Determination of rolling stock fleet 4.400 7.255 258 Section 2 – 3 – Longer Term 3.114 4.408 3.

3 monorails will run on the beam track. Nevertheless. Therefore. a monorail covered 3. Moreover. the rolling stock fleet will count 6 monorails. as the running time to travel the entire route necessitate 10 minutes and 50 seconds. The number of vehicles necessary “N” to provide a defined time interval is defined by the following formula: N= With: • • T I T: duration of the round trip (including dwell time.536 meters in 650 seconds.23 19.g.) I: time interval The rolling stock necessary to operation has been calculated as followed: • The number of train necessary at peak period to meet the transport demand • One or several additional vehicles for operation management • An additional vehicle for maintenance in depot Line features Beam track length (m) Number of stations Running time (s) Running time with dwell times (s) Commercial Speed without dell times (km/h) Commercial Speed with dwell times (km/h) Operation Time (s) 3. Otherwise. i. As the running time to travel the entire route necessitate 10 minutes and 50 seconds.Vol 2 Part 1. to provide a good quality monorail service. only 3 monorails could run the network with a frequency of 217 seconds. to provide a good transportation quality it is noted that the Client promote circulation of three-car trains every 3 minutes rather than bare necessities. the third monorail will have to stop for several minutes in the regulation station in order to maintain 5 minutes between each monorail. possibility to add a train in case of train on the line which fails and should be removed from operation until repair). 4. Nevertheless.doc 22 July 2009 Page 59 / 240 . etc.e. By consequence. 3 minutes and 36 seconds in peak period.Riyadh At 6 passengers per sqm. In off peak period.2 Estimation of the rolling stock fleet The rolling stock fleet necessary to the operation of the line depends on the duration of a round trip.536 6 485 650 26. the monorail fleet must count at least 1 monorail for maintenance and 1 for operation management (e.59 20 Thus. to provide a monorail service with three minutes frequency 4 monorails will run.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the rolling stock should be at least two-car trains with a minimum frequency of 3’ minutes or three-car trains with a minimum frequency of 5’ minutes. PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . reserve times. the fifth monorail will have to stop for several minutes in the regulation station in order to maintain 3 minutes between each monorail.

000 40.85 Mileage Point (m) 0.000 10.000 80.000 80.00 120.000 Speed (km/h) 60.Vol 2 Part 1.00 0.1.00 .doc 22 July 2009 Page 60 / 240 Time (s) 50.000 20.00 60.000 20.00 10.00 60.000 40.000 PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .1 Station 1 to Station 2 90.00 20.Riyadh 5.00 0.00 815.00 30.1 Appendix 1: Running times These following graphs represent the movement of the monorail on a specific section.00 50.1.00 Time (s) 50.00 40.000 10. Thus.00 80.2 Station 2 to Station 3 90.000 70.000 5.00 100. Appendices 5. The curb in purple illustrated the speed limit possible. mileage points are represented on the abscissa.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .00 40. speed on the left ordinates and time on the right ones.00 20. 5.00 0 Mileage Point (m) 500 0.000 70.000 Speed (km/h) 30.00 60.00 30.

000 0.000 20.000 .11 Mileage Point (m) 0.00 60.1.00 70.000 40.00 30.00 80.000 Speed (km/h) 40.000 60.00 40.00 50.000 30.000 1738.00 10.3 Station 3 to Station 4 90.00 50.4 Station 4 to Station 5 90.doc 22 July 2009 Page 61 / 240 Time (s) 50.Riyadh 5.00 10.00 20.000 20.00 10.00 90.000 80.11 PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .1.000 10.000 Speed (km/h) Time (s) 50.000 60.000 0.00 70.00 40.000 30.00 60.00 1859.000 80.39 Mileage Point (m) 0.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 1.00 30.00 1238.000 70.000 70.000 2359.00 20.00 80.39 5.

98 Mileage Point (m) 0.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 1.09 PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .00 Speed (km/h) 40.000 5.000 70.00 2863.000 20.00 20.000 3363.00 70.00 10.00 20.6 Station 6 to Station 1 90.00 2407.00 30.1.1.00 0.000 10.00 50.000 30.000 Time (s) 50.000 60.00 60.doc 22 July 2009 Page 62 / 240 Time (s) 50.00 70.000 30.09 Mileage Point (m) 0.00 50.Riyadh 5.000 0.00 30.000 20.00 90.00 40.00 60.000 80.000 60.00 40.00 10.000 70.00 80.000 Speed (km/h) 40.000 .5 Station 5 to Station 6 90.000 10.000 80.

It aims to determine the running speed and running time to each point of the track section. as fast as possible. etc. MT-TRAMBUS TOOL calculates every meter.The time passed since the departure Figure 4: Example of results with MT-TRAMBUS TOOL PRELIMINARY OPERATION PLAN OF THE MONORAIL SYSTEM (2003) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . • Characteristics of the infrastructure: station position. maximal speed of the rolling stock. Thus. MT-TRAMBUS TOOL evaluates: . This piece of software takes into account: • Acceleration characteristics.The running speed. curves. and by consequence.Riyadh 5. for each meter of the journey of the monorail. braking characteristics. the speed and acceleration (or deceleration) in order to be as efficient as possible.The acceleration or deceleration . .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . speed limit per area • Dwell time in station Operation After the input of the data.Vol 2 Part 1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 63 / 240 . runway slope.2 Appendix 2: MT-TRAMBUS TOOL (Running time evaluation) Description This tool has been developed with Microsoft Excel and operates thanks to many macros created with Visual Basic.

Bouhier 22 July 2009 Date: 22 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 . Number T Family A1 Revision Document number: KAFD Project It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.M. / O. Massat Date 22 July 2009 Signature Checked by L. M. Revision according to Hill Intl comments Revision: A1 Prepared by Name D.B. Fontaine 22 July 2009 Approved by O. .GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Title: GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA SYSTEMS AND E&M SYSTRA Transmitter PHB Phase PE Type S&E Discipline ALL Subject 3604 Doc.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 1 .Riyadh Revision A0 A1 Date 04/06/2009 22/07/2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author D. D.

..5 DESIGN REPORTS ............................................................. 74 4.....2..............7 Civil Designs................2 DESIGN WORKS .......................... 73 4..................................................................................................................................................................1 Survey .....................................................................................5.............................................2 ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY ..................................................... 78 4.................................................................................3.......8 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ........1 Construction Specifications .........................3.................................... 73 4......................................... 80 4...............4 Information to be provided by the Engineer ...................5....7 SAND...........................................................................3........... 84 4......................... 70 3..................................doc 22 July 2009 Page 65 / 240 ...........................................................................................................................1 Definition of works....................................... 71 3..............Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.............................................................. 69 3............. 84 4..........5 Design Intermediate Stages .........................................................................................................................................4 AIR QUALITY .................................3....................................... 83 4..1 Information from the Preliminary Engineering ...............3.................................................................3 Intermediate Design Packages for Review and approval (DCP2).............10 Structural Design ...........................1 Exterior Noise Requirements ...........................................................................................2 Ground Borne Vibrations ......................................................................................................................... 81 4.............................3.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4 GENERAL DESIGN WORK........... INTRODUCTION ......................2 Preliminary Engineering Drawings and Studies – for Design Purpose ..............1 CONTRACTOR’S RESPONSIBILITIES ...............................................2 Standardization requirements ...............................................................2 Design Calculations....................... 76 4.............................................................................................. 83 4... 79 4................9 Right-of-Way..................................2.......3 WAYSIDE NOISE ........... 72 4......................................................................................................................6 Coordination Assistance .....................................................................................................................3......................................5.................5........................................ 85 GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master ..................4................................4................................................ 70 3.........3..................................................................................................................... 3.......................................................4................................................................................... 74 4..3........................................................3................................... 70 3......................................................................................... 72 4....................................... 82 4....................... 71 3............................4...... 79 4.................................. 69 3.3 SCOPE OF SERVICE................................................................3 Other Engineering Studies and Analysis....................................................................................................... 80 4.............................................................................................................................................. 71 4............................4 Early Release for Construction/ Engineer Rights .........12 Transit System Designs .............................................3.................................................Vol 2 Part 1.........................................3....... 84 4.....................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ...................................... 82 4.......................................................3..5 WATER QUALITY ..... 72 4.............. 82 4.............................................................................. 76 4..................... 2..............................................................1 INTRODUCTION ....... 69 3.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 73 4.............3............................6 LIGHTNING PROTECTION ......... 82 4.............. 72 4..2 Geotechnical Design................................. 75 4...........3 Drawing Control Register............................................................................4 Facilities Maintenance Report..... DESIGN ........................... DUST AND OTHER OBSTACLES ......................................................................................................... 75 4..........................................................................11 Mechanical Systems Designs ....................................................................................3...................... 69 3................... 70 3.................. 68 SYSTEM ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN CRITERIA......8 Utility Relocation Designs ........................................................... 67 GLOSSARY ..............................................................................................13 Architectural Designs .........

.............................RENDERINGS ............................................. 85 4.........................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ................................................8 AS BUILT DRAWINGS .2 Requirements for the Preparation and Review of Submittals .................doc 22 July 2009 Page 66 / 240 ........................ 86 4......................................6 SUBMITTALS .................. 88 4................. COMMENT AND APPROVAL BY THE ENGINEER ..................7 REVIEW.9 AESTHETICS.........................................................Riyadh 4................. MOCK UP .................................................................................................................. 88 GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master ................................................................6........................................................1 General ............ 85 4...............................................Vol 2 Part 1.... 87 4..................6...........

the Contractor’s responsibilities regarding Design activities.Riyadh 1. when “the Operator” or the “O&M Contractor” appears.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . In this document.doc 22 July 2009 Page 67 / 240 .Vol 2 Part 1. Introduction This chapter deals with the overall design criteria. This encompasses: the System environment in which all elements of the system must operate. it must be understood as the operating part of the EPCO Contractor.

doc 22 July 2009 Page 68 / 240 . Glossary AC CADD CDRL DCP DMIS EMC EMI EN HVAC IEC ISDP LSFH NFPA MMS MTTR NTP OCC PMP PVC RAM RAMS SIL SAMP SAP TOC UIC VTA WBS Alternative current Computer Assisted Design and Drafting Contract Deliverable Requirements List Design Control Point Database Management Information System Electro Magnetic Compatibility Electro Magnetic Interference European Standard Heating. Ventilation .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 1.Riyadh 2. Fume and Halogen National Fire Protection Association Maintenance Management System Mean Time To Repair Notification to proceed Operation Control Centre Project Management Plan Polyvinyl Chloride Reliability Availability Maintainability Reliability Availability Maintainability Safety Safety Integrity Level System Assurance Monitoring Plan System Assurance Plan Take Over Certificate International Union of Railways Verification. Tests and Acceptance Work Breakdown Structure GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .Air Conditioning International Electrotechnical Convention Integrated System Demonstration Program Low Smoke.

and maintained to control and mitigate air-borne and ground-borne noise from the System. constructed. whether generated by other components within the System or by devices within the surrounding environment. welders. stored. all measurements shall be made in accordance with the following: i) ii) ISO 3381:3381: “Acoustics – Measurement of noise inside railbound Vehicles”.Riyadh 3. occurring either individually or in natural combinations. radar systems. 3. The environment includes: communications systems. computer equipment and accessories. operated. and ISO 3095:3095: “Acoustics – Measurement of noise emitted by railbound Vehicles”.15° C variable • Switching Hysteresis: 5° C maximum • All external equipment shall comply with a minimum protection requirement of IP54 when classified in accordance with BS 5490. whether conducted. electric motors. all System electrical and electronic equipment shall function satisfactorily in the presence of electromagnetic emissions. GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .doc 22 July 2009 Page 69 / 240 . radiated. He shall justify that the above mentioned requirements are at least attained. automotive vehicles. that in any way interfere with the normal operation of electromagnetic devices or any equipment items used in the vicinity of the line. The System shall be capable of being operated. System operations and maintenance shall not cause environmental consequences in excess of the levels specified herein. The System shall not produce electromagnetic emissions. radio base stations. Coin and card entry mechanisms shall incorporate shutter mechanisms to resist the ingress of water or particle contaminants 3. including subsystems and facilities. Unless otherwise specified. magnetometers.1 Introduction This Section addresses the System environment in which all elements of the system must function.2 Electromagnetic Compatibility The System shall be electromagnetically compatible with its environment.Vol 2 Part 1. specified herein and other Specifications. depending upon the proposed transit system solution. Refer to ”Riyadh Climatic Conditions” General Specifications for details on the environmental data. It is to be noted that: All equipment designed to operate in office environment shall operate under the following conditions: Ambient temperature: Nominal 23° C. Conversely. power tools. shall be designed. range 15° C to 40° C Relative humidity: Up to 95% non condensing All external equipment shall incorporate adequate ventilation and anti-condensation heaters which shall be set to operate as follows: • Anti condensation heaters to be switched on at temperatures 5 .3 Wayside Noise The System. power substations and equipment. The contractor may propose other standards. or induced. and maintained as specified without impairment within the parameters of the environmental conditions. System Environmental Design Criteria 3.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . controls.

: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-RLS-3230-T. Institutional.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and service buildings. shall not exceed the levels given in section "3. dropped or deposited by vehicles. Theatres. gaseous and particulate emissions. Particular Specifications".3. with all contributing noise sources in operation. The Contractor shall maintain the system against degradation which would adversely affect vibrations levels. and maintenance of the System and all of its subsystems and items of equipment shall conform to applicable local laws and regulations for air quality. The Contractor shall provide an assessment report regarding the noise and vibration for the whole line of the project. and major maintenance activities. privacy barrier) shall be designed (if required) and implemented (if required) by the Contractor subject to the Employer and Engineer approval 3. The exterior noise level generated by the vehicle.2 Ground Borne Vibrations The Contractor shall provide for control of Ground borne vibration from the operation and maintenance of the System and from facilities such as yard operations. Concert hall.Riyadh The Contractor shall maintain and operate the System such that the System-generated noise levels do not exceed the specified limits at all times.1 Exterior Noise Requirements See document "Rolling Stock. Noise and vibration impact (tactile vibration.5 Water Quality System design and operations shall be such that the quantities of pollutants. electrical substations. Particular attention shall be made to the building and structures located close to the Monorail System line where specific study shall be made by the Contractor and the necessary mitigation measures (such as noise barrier.3. hospitals or buildings with vibration sensitive equipment. 3.1 Exterior Noise Requirements". structure borne noise and airborne noise) is to be studied and mitigations measures are to be designed (if required) and implemented (if required) to comply with noise and vibration requirements subject to the Employer and Engineer approval. 3. such as worn track or flattened wheel… Additionally. that may be washed into drainage system shall be minimized. GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . operation.Vol 2 Part 1. ref.4 Air Quality The design. Residential. The Contractor shall propose for acceptance the maximal acceptable vibration level (and applicable standard) according to the following: High sensitivity buildings: Research. 3. Vehicle interaction with the track shall be such that the transmission of vibration through the track structure to the surrounding buildings is minimised. the structural integrity of adjacent buildings shall be considered during construction. construction. Water run-off from all System facilities shall be routed directly to the drainage system. TV and recording studios.3. operations.doc 22 July 2009 Page 70 / 240 .

windblown sand. the site(s) shall be treated as required by applicable laws and standards. Dust and other obstacles The Contractor shall design the System to operate in the presence of.8 Hazardous Materials Because hazardous materials exposed by construction may pose serious health risks and expensive delays. The car wash drainage system provided by the Contractor shall retain any accidental spills. shall be routed into a sanitary sewer system.7 Sand. vegetation. The Contractor shall provide a report at design stage describing all related discharge information. and the results of this assessment shall be documented in a report.Vol 2 Part 1. The Contractor's lightning protection system design shall be subject to approval by the Engineer. The Contractor shall after completion maintain records of discharge information to ensure compliance with the approved design report.6 Lightning Protection All Contractor-provided equipment and facilities shall be protected against lightning incidences encountered in the Riyadh City area.doc 22 July 2009 Page 71 / 240 . including the car wash. Car wash run-off shall be filtered and re-used to the extent defined in the depot specification. GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .Riyadh Discharge from activities in the Depot. and litter. In the event that hazardous materials are found present within the limits of construction. and with accumulations of. including flow rates and volumes and a list of System effluents. 3. 3. a thorough environmental assessment of the project corridor shall be conducted prior to beginning construction. to be submitted to the relevant Authority for approval. 3. dust.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

including Signalling.2.doc 22 July 2009 Page 72 / 240 . Design In this section are depicted the Contractor’s responsibilities regarding Design activities. Additional requirements are incorporated or added in the Performance Specifications. The Contractor shall participate in review of designs prepared by others. All modifications shall be subject to approval of the Employer. Design provided by the Engineer at the tender stage is for information and the Contractor shall review and comment the preliminary design The Preliminary Design provided in the Tender Documents is not intended to be definitive but shall be taken as a reference. All the System. Design work and any field work performed by Third Party or the Engineer is not in the scope of the Contract. This Section provides information regarding the design services and responsibilities of the Contractor. 4.Riyadh 4.1 Definition of works The Contractor shall be responsible for the fully engineered design of all facilities and system elements. The hard and soft copies shall be established to the benefit of. some general specifications are provided in this section. Communications and supervision equipment. In addition to the engineering and design activities described herein.Vol 2 Part 1. shall have to propose improvements and adaptations wherever it is deemed necessary or beneficial to the project. The Contractor shall establish the final design of facilities. the Contractor shall be responsible for the other technical and administrative activities described in the Contract Documents. shall be expandable. the Contractor shall monitor. and shall ensure that such design and the completed Works comply with and satisfy all of the performance requirements and other requirements of the Contract. Due to close coordination and Interfaces between System & Civil Works activities. and particularly the OCC. The Contractor shall have full responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of all design of the Works. The Contractor shall supply the list of all standards and on request from the Engineer an electronic copy of standard(s) used during the different phases of the Project. in accordance with the specifications. The Contractor has the option of providing such design services by using its own forces if such forces are GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2 Design Works 4. The Contractor shall ensure that his design and the equipment and materials he shall supply in the execution of the Project are compliant with the latest current updates of such Standards 4. So the Contractor. The Contractor shall be responsible for defining final requirements for property rights or easements. as per the design process.1 Contractor’s Responsibilities The Contractor shall be responsible for providing complete engineering and design services for the KAFD Transit System Project starting with the documents provided at the tender stage. street and lands occupancy rights for the whole project and any additional right-of-way identified by the Contractor as being needed for the Project. during all design stages. and for use by the Employer. coordinate and support these design activities to ensure that design work performed by others is completed in accordance with the overall project schedule.

GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . testing and commissioning of systems within all the stations up to final acceptance. Calculation notes.2 Standardization requirements The Contractor shall be responsible of ensuring the standardisation of engineering terms and acronyms across the various disciplines. The Engineer does not guarantee the accuracy of the information given on the drawings and no warranty is given or implied. available CADD base mapping data. the selection of such consultants shall be subject to the Employer and Engineer approval The Contractor shall issue and maintain a List of Design Documents & Drawings which is to be presented to the Engineer on a monthly basis as part of the Progress report. In the event such engineering/architectural Work is subcontracted to design/architectural consultants.Vol 2 Part 1. including the existing cadastral information. and layout of existing and planned utilities in the vicinity of the Transit alignment. A standardised Asset Naming Convention for all the equipment forming part of the final system. Specification.Riyadh engineers and architects or by subcontracting such Work. The Contractor shall retain and pay for the services of design/architectural consultants to be approved by the Employer and the Engineer for the Architectural design of the systems. previously prepared for the project.2. It has to be approved by the Engineer. The selection shall be made on the basis of demonstrated competence and on the professional qualifications necessary for the satisfactory performance of the services required. the Contractor shall submit for approval to the Engineer or its representative a list of Drawings.1.1 Information from the Preliminary Engineering 4. A Project Glossary which provides a common lexicon for the entire project to adopt. b) c) 4. The Contractor shall provide all necessary new survey.3 Scope of Service For all Design production.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . This is to assist in the development of the Equipment Maintenance Assistance and Management System. supply of the material. Cadastral Information. mapping and data collection if the existing data are inadequate.3. 4. installation. This shall circumvent duplication of terms being used which can be confusing to the O&M contractor. Utilities Networks The Engineer shall provide the survey documents.3.doc 22 July 2009 Page 73 / 240 . the depot (exterior and interior) and for the ergonomics and interior design consultants for final design of the OCC. The Contractor must verify this information and satisfy himself as to the exact nature and position of all such apparatus. but not limited to: a) A Cable Numbering Scheme which standardise the naming and physical tagging of all cable used throughout the project (exception being those confined within the cabinets or racks which can be decided at the individual sub-contractor/supplier level). The Contractor shall be responsible for complementary construction design.1 Survey and Mapping. procedures and all documents it intends to prepare for the Design effort. The management of the corresponding Subcontracts shall be under the Contractor’s responsibility. The Contractor is expected to submit the following. 4.

1. GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .6). The program of works shall include the period of the soil investigations campaign. In the event the Contractor concludes that the bases of preliminary design are unclear or that matters of Employer policy need resolution.3.2 Preliminary Engineering Drawings and Studies – for Design Purpose Preliminary Engineering studies has resulted in the production of the Preliminary Engineering Drawings to assist in third party coordination. It is the Contractor's responsibility to check and confirm the existing ground conditions and in particular the likelihood of encountering water during the course of sub-surface construction. and to serve as a basis for completing the detailed and final design work.2 Geotechnical Investigation and Design The Engineer shall provide existing data of Soil Investigations in the vicinity of the Transit System alignment. Road Traffic studies and dynamic simulations. 4. These shall include. it shall provide to the Engineer a description of inadequate or missing information and implement the necessary actions to solve the issue. Collection of existing and planned utilities drawings.3.Riyadh 4.1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 74 / 240 . This includes any pertinent work results. the records thereof. Any information given about soils investigations carried out is for the Contractor's assistance only. The Contractor shall continue to manage each interface/coordination study and issue a report for the Engineer’s approval. It is the responsibility of the Contractor to check and complete the information given in the tender so as to satisfy the requirements of the construction works.3. Additional geotechnical investigations. the investigation thus made. The Employer/Engineer assumes no responsibility whatsoever with respect to the sufficiency or accuracy of the information.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . at no cost to the Employer (for the design and Installation phases).3. or the interpretations set forth. but not be limited to: 1) 2) 3) 4) Existing Structures Conditions Survey. The Contractor can not prevail of any wrong or missing information in the Preliminary engineering data to claim for any extension of time or additional cost. 4.Vol 2 Part 1. 4.3 Other Engineering Studies and Analysis The Contractor shall continue to perform a variety of other engineering studies and analyses to advance the fixed facility designs. Should the Contractor find the testing not adequate or detailed enough. Geotechnical assumptions attached to tender are preliminary and shall not be subject to any claims by the contractor.3.3 Interface/Coordination Studies Interface Management rules have been defined by the Engineer and its representative to guide the development of the viaduct and all system equipment (see also section 4. This design shall have to be completed and adapted to the Contractor’s solution. The information and/or records of such investigations are solely provided for guidance of the Contractor. The Contractor shall assure by review that the bases of design are clear and the existing site conditions and constraints are established. considering that all available data have been transmitted in the Call for Tender process. he shall carry out additional soil investigations under the Engineer’s supervision at his own expenses. to provide a basis for estimating works.

communications and fire alarm systems and to the vehicles and other system equipment. the assessments. turnback and temporary storage guideways. Existing CADD base mapping data. travel time and headway) by vehicles simulations. The Engineer is not responsible for any mistake or lack of information in these documents. Project permit requirements and their schedule implications shall be researched and documented in a report to the Engineer. placement and layout of non-revenue guideways for emergency and maintenance crossovers. key design elements have begun to appear on the drawings and specification outlines have been completed. the Functional Specifications. Inventory and analysis of baseline stray current conditions within and adjacent to the project site. locations. - GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . if required. Conduct simulations of Vehicles operations using the evolving guideway and station plan and the equipment characteristics of the adopted systems and resolve final traction power substation layout and equipment lists. The basic layout of all drawings for an individual or group of fixed facilities elements is near completion. Design Control Point 2. all design elements appear on the drawings and specifications (in general descriptive terms). Indicative drawings of fixed facilities along the line.doc 22 July 2009 Page 75 / 240 . Develop preliminary vehicle control block design and other operational parameters which govern final equipment requirements. At this point. Refine the function. At this point.5 Design Intermediate Stages Final Design Services shall be accomplished using the design control points as indicated: Design Control Point 1: Preliminary Design. The Contractor shall have to consider the Preliminary Engineering data which have been transmitted in the Call for Tender as information only. especially buried facilities. utilities. The basic layout of all drawings for an individual or group of fixed facilities elements shall have been completed. dimensions and configurations including the impact on streets. It is the responsibility of the Contractor to validate and. Landscaping design (limited to the depot area only: in deep accordance with the master plan landscaping guidelines and with the agreement of the Employer).Riyadh 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) Determination of column and footing. get additional or complementary information to perform the Contract requirements. 4. Participation in and support of a Fire Safety Committee chaired by the Employer/Engineer.3. loads.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 1. geotechnical data and layouts of existing and planned utilities.e. Review fire safety codes which apply to the Project in concurrence with the bases of design related to the vehicle protection.4 Information to be provided by the Engineer The Engineer shall provide the following information to the Contractor: 1) 2) 3) Route location and conceptual plan and profile drawings..3.This Design Control Point represents approximately the midpoint in the preparation of the Contractor's Detailed Contract Drawings and Detailed Specifications and other related data. and at-grade sections and protection of System facilities from flooding. 4. Drainage requirements around stations. Review and analysis of applicable permit requirements. and adjacent properties. Intermediate Design. Verify system performance (i. The design shall incorporate all requirement set up by the Local regulations about the accessibility for disabled people. Noise and Vibration Study.

3. public or private agencies or others interested in the Project. including the preparation of construction drawings and specifications. This mapping shall consist of existing site topography which shall have been updated by field surveys as additional data becomes available. Such as but not limited to: Inrail.Vol 2 Part 1.This Design Control Point represents the completion of the preparation of the Contractor's Detailed Contract Drawings and Detailed Specifications for an individual or group of fixed facilities elements. signed and sealed plans and specifications sufficient for use by subcontractors.7 Civil Designs The Contractor shall prepare detailed civil designs.doc 22 July 2009 Page 76 / 240 . Final Design. with governmental.8 entitled "As Built Drawings". assist the Engineer and the Employer in coordination activities with governmental. The Contractor shall not contact such agencies without the prior consent of the Engineer. equipment and systems. o The more specific tasks and other requirements to be met by the Contractor are itemized below. Mxrail. public and private agencies. The design shall include the following: 1) Existing Conditions. submit such deviation to the Engineer for appropriate action. organized by the adopted schedule by Work Units. Survey Control. At this point. AsBuilt drawings shall be required in accordance with the provisions of the Section 4. Prepare general plans indicating the existing site topography at stations areas and elsewhere using the existing conditions drawings. Design Services during Construction: o The Contractor shall provide design services as necessary during construction. deviation from criteria is discovered.3. the Contractor shall. 4.6 Coordination Assistance In its performance of services under this Contract. required for the site. as required. a) Review and check alignment and grade of guidebeams b) If. plans shall be provided by the Engineer for areas where other developments or prior and concurrent contracts are in process within the limits of this Project. architectural features as well as utility relocation as appropriate.Riyadh - Design Control Point 3.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . as may be required by the Engineer. the drawings and specifications should be complete. during alignment review and checking of final horizontal and vertical alignment. Where appropriate. Prepare plans showing existing survey monument control required for field layout 2) 3) Horizontal and Vertical Guideway Alignment. - For each of these formal points. the Contractor should submit to The Engineer prior to the formal design review a checklist of all the design activities and outputs to be reviewed. The designs shall be in accordance with all applicable criteria and standards and shall provide for the incorporation of system components. 4. c) Compute any changes to the alignment by using appropriate computer programs. as requested. The Contractor shall promptly bring to the attention of the Engineer-Employer by written notice any requests or decisions arrived during coordination with such agencies. Such coordination assistance shall include attending conferences in connection with the work pursuant to the Contract. AutoCAD Civil 3D or equivalent … GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .

Cross Sections Prepare cross sections at sufficient intervals. Prepare drawings for temporary and permanent traffic signs and pavement markings as required. showing all aspects of typical construction elements including stationing limits to which the typical sections apply. and line structures. street and highway centre lines. the Engineer.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . station interface. surface restoration.Riyadh d) 4) Prepare alignment drawings with sufficient data for field layout. upon approval from the Employer or the Engineer. It is understood that the location of the piers of the elevated section are given for information only. Prepare maintenance-of-traffic plans indicating the manner in which vehicular and pedestrian traffic can be maintained or relocated during construction. Construction Staging. work to be performed by others. such arrangement could be implemented and the relevant works including any design changes shall be borne by the Contrator. existing ground. 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) Traffic Control. Drawings f) Prepare drawings including contract limits. Prepare site plans as may be required to define specific elements of construction such as station interface and other building sites. 12) Standards. permanent and temporary right-of way and property lines and other information to satisfactorily depict conditions. including detours and shall be based on requirements and traffic flow data provided by the appropriate entity. underpasses. Typical Sections. Review the available standard. limits of various construction items.doc 22 July 2009 Page 77 / 240 . The requirements for maintaining access to various properties shall also be delineated. and existing property lines with parcel numbers and temporary and permanent right-of-way needs lines. parking areas. They shall include plans for maintenance of traffic. The standard includes the local standard for civil works. Prepare profiles showing grades and elevations. Cross sections shall include identification of features such as fences. Prepare typical sections of the guideway. select those applicable standards that shall be included in the construction documents and develop recommendations of any required modifications to be made to standards. These plans shall take into account the “general Work Schedule Plan of KAFD District” (this general plan will show mainly the construction schedule for the attractor/podium relative to the stations of the monorail) provided in the Tender Documents which shall be regularly updated during the implementation of the Project. Prepare construction staging plans showing the availability of various portions of the construction site based on information supplied by. The plans shall show the succession of phases in each geographical elemental area. and regularly updated by.Vol 2 Part 1. Guideway. if applicable. to indicate construction details and limits of construction. crossing utility lines and contract limits. roadway intersections or other construction features requiring greater definition. criteria and arrangements with the appropriate owner. and the Contractor may require to shift piers so as to avoid utility relocation or any services that could suit his schedule. or appropriate standard drawings. facility construction. i) Combined service and layout drawings to ensure that all location conflicts have been addressed. limits of work. at grade sections and viaduct. h) Temporary roadway relocation and intersection reconstruction shall be based on replacement in kind. walls. Site Plans. g) Temporary rearrangements of facilities and structures owned by others shall be based on applicable standards. 11) Maintenance of Traffic.

Coordinated Construction Schedule.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The Contractor shall update the existing utility drawings if necessary. Preparation of recommended solutions for relocation. sections and details necessary to define construction and right-of-way requirements. Once construction is underway. The positions of all public and privately owned services shown on the drawings have been based on the records of various utilities and Public Authorities and must be regarded as approximate.8 Utility Relocation Designs The Contractor shall be responsible for detailed design of utilities relocation and obtaining approvals from concerned utilities authorities and consultants. for the removal. Plans shall be developed to the detail that assures that no conflicts exist and adequate space is available for construction.Vol 2 Part 1. Utility rearrangement plans from adjoining inprogress developments shall be provided by the Engineer as they become available. including service connections and the method of accommodating utilities during construction. Said design and construction Work shall be in accordance with all applicable criteria and standards. Maintenance of Utility Service. utility and other appropriate plans and specifications. The Contractor must verify this information and satisfy himself as to the exact nature and position of all such apparatus. The cost of locating or verifying the location of existing services. Incorporate into architectural. structural. The Contractor shall include in his tender for anything in these laws considered to have a monetary value. The Engineer does not guarantee the accuracy of the information given on the drawings and no warranty is given or implied. 4. Mapping of existing utilities are part of the Tender documents and such mapping can be used as the basis for construction drawings to be prepared by the Contractor. but not limited to the following: 1) Plans of Existing Utilities. The designs shall include. measures necessary to comply with the criteria for corrosion control. and protection in place or relocation of such public utility lines.3. temporary support. Preparation of drawings indicating drainage design. after meeting with the Utilities owners. the Contractor shall not be entitled to any additional compensation or time extensions attributable to its failure to recognize the need. abandonment. The Contractor shall take into account the current laws regarding the safety of service lines. the Contractor may combine the drainage design with other drawings. Composite Utility Rearrangement Plans. With the concurrence of the Engineer and the relevant Service Authorities. mechanical. repair. Drainage Design.Riyadh 13) Miscellaneous. Corrosion Control. Prepare miscellaneous civil drawings. and proposing and undertaking onsite verification campaigns. incorporating recommendations contained in the Drainage Report and approved by the Engineer. Preparation of composite utility rearrangement plan showing all existing facilities and all temporary and permanent rearrangements. or other dispositions of all affected utilities which could stay in the Transit System boundaries for coordination with utility owners.doc 22 July 2009 Page 78 / 240 . together with any amendment or additions thereto. Preparation of a specific Schedule showing the interfaced work progress including temporary or permanent alteration. electrical. profiles. and develop designs. but may also require preparation of additional details to 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . liaison with the various Service Authorities and complying with the above shall be borne by the Contractor. Such measures shall include standard drawings and specifications as appropriate.

determine those that shall be included in the construction documents and develop recommendations of required modifications to be made to the standards. 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . the Employer and others to accomplish early and optimal right-of-way definition. reinforcement. The Contractor shall verify and complete the existing cadastral information provided by the Engineer at the latest by the time of submission of his Final Design for each part of the Project. including. size. a different layer is required for the tracks. Review the standard utility drawings of the utility companies.Vol 2 Part 1. structural base slabs. but not limited to the following: 1) Foundation Plans. Standards set by Riyadh Municipality or the Employer. Review the standard structural drawings of the Engineer. Non-standard Structures. Prepare complete designs and construction documents for all nonstandard structures. The Contractor shall identify these locations and provide all the necessary mitigation measures to the Employer and Engineer approval. if any.3. equipment and systems and architectural features also designed by the Contractor. Computing notes.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 7) define non-standard situations. type. Attention shall be made for the Transit System structures located on and close to adjacent properties or building in term of privacy mitigations measures and minimising the impact on these existing lands during the construction and operation stage. 4. The designs shall be in accordance with all applicable criteria and standards and shall provide for the incorporation of components.10 Structural Design The Contractor shall prepare detailed structural designs. Standards. Prepare foundation plans for all facilities showing location.3. Detailed corrosion control requirements. Prepare schedule drawings in a tabular form approved by the Engineer showing basic data necessary for construction of structural elements.doc 22 July 2009 Page 79 / 240 . determine those that shall be included in the construction documents and develop recommendations of required modifications to be made to the standards. The designs shall include. 4. Schedules. Participate in periodic meetings with the Engineer. where appropriate. including the preparation of construction drawings and specifications. Sections Prepare longitudinal and transverse sections to complement the design and in sufficient number to define the structural components of all facilities. Make recommendations for duration of temporary construction easements and construction methods as they affect right-of way acquisition. with report of consistency of the hypotheses taken for entry data. He shall prepare a cadastral diagram & list along the alignment of the Lines at every place which is affected either temporarily or permanently by the implementation and functioning of the Project. shall be provided to the Contractor as part of the review response to the 66% In-Progress submittal. These privacy mitigation measures shall be designed and implemented by the Contractor without any additional time and cost. Subbasement plans and sections: Prepare drawings showing details of subbasements.9 Right-of-Way The Contractor shall prepare right-of-way drawings delineating temporary and permanent right-of-way requirements for the Project.

sizes and interface of facilities' fire protection systems and equipment for the facilities. interfaces and other elements of the lighting systems. distribution system. sections. switch insertion. considering urban aesthetical GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 1. details and schedules showing locations. equipment and systems designed by others. 9) 4. Prepare drawings of miscellaneous mechanical systems as required. showing fixtures. Prepare plans. sizes. provision for other subsystem installation. diagrams and schedules for normal and emergency facility lighting. when necessary. b. bridges and other structures. Prepare plans. Prepare and submit to the Engineer a report which shall analyze and recommend excavation support systems requirements and stages construction. equipment and systems designed by the Contractor. sections. Fire Protection. for incorporation of components.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Prepare plans. analysis and recommendations.Riyadh 8) Protection of Existing Structures. The designs shall be in accordance with all applicable criteria and standards and shall provide for the incorporation of components. ancillary buildings and other structures to be constructed by the Contractor. details and schedules showing locations. 2) 3) 4) 5) 4. The report shall also include recommendations for the following: a.3. Include hydraulic analyses of fire protection/suppression systems as recommended by the applicable Standards. details and schedules showing locations.12 Transit System Designs The Contractor shall prepare detailed system designs. including the preparation of construction drawings and specifications. including the preparation of construction drawings and specifications. The report shall be submitted with findings.3.11 Mechanical Systems Designs The Contractor shall prepare detailed mechanical designs. details. Locations and types of standard excavation support systems. sections. Prepare and submit to the Engineer a report on the protection of adjacent buildings. but not limited to the following: 1) Permanent way. Computation of track foundations. equipment and systems designed by the Contractor. railroads. but not limited to the following: 1) Electromechanical equipment. when necessary. Lighting: Coordinate plans. The designs shall include. Said designs shall be in accordance with all applicable criteria and standards and shall provide. sizes and interface of facilities’ plumbing and drainage systems and equipment to distribution or disposal point(s) beyond the limits of the facility. The designs shall include. shall also provide for the incorporation of components. The permanent way coating shall be studied such that the Contractor shall submit different solutions to the Engineer. and. operating characteristics and interface of facilities’ electromechanical systems and equipment. Plumbing and Drainage. The Contractor shall prepare designs and construction documents for the underpinning and/or protection of those structures determined by the Contractor to require underpinning and/or protection. Miscellaneous.doc 22 July 2009 Page 80 / 240 . Excavation Support. Location and types of non-standard excavation support systems which are recommended to be designed by the Contractor. details and cross-sections.

form and configuration of span including superstructure. Attractors/podium is done by others). Maintenance Depot : refer to the Performance specification. (It is to be mentioned that this preliminary design for KAFD Monorail System doesn't contemplate. in order to submit an irrigation system consistent with water supply characteristics and the estimated water consumption. The Contractor shall provide evidence at the design stage of the full compatibility with future interoperable Fare System. showing all elements of the distribution systems. the traction power system. The matter of architectural style shall be governed by the Employer policy allowing its building or other structures to vary while taking on the character of the immediate surroundings. any other building/substation than the depot and the attractors/podium. Platform Station Doors : refer to the Performance specification. sections. glass walls. shall be considered together with the architectural design of stations. Prepare plans. 2) Power Supply. interfaces and locations and sizes of all equipment from distribution point(s) to the point of use. Operation and Control Centre: refer to the Performance specification.13 Architectural Designs The Contractor shall prepare architectural designs of line structures. The objective shall be to consider the shape. particularly aerial structures.doc 22 July 2009 Page 81 / 240 . It shall be as well compliant with the Signage Manual. GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . 4) Automatic Fare Collection. durability.3. Provide technical allowances to accommodate the requirements for powering the Signalling and communications systems equipment and components. Detailed architecture and detail of device location.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The Contractor shall undertake a comprehensive irrigation study. 3) Signalling and Communication Systems. buildings of the vehicle and maintenance facilities.Vol 2 Part 1. station platform doors. 5) 6) 7) 8) The Contractor shall provide an overall Systems Design Architecture – which maps out the interrelationships and interfaces between the major sub-systems and equipment 4. diagrams and schedules for facilities auxiliary power systems. power connections to switches and other operational components. and arrive at cost effective means to diminish the visual impact of these otherwise obtrusive structures. but not limited to the following: a) Line Structures: The visual aesthetics of line structures. as required in the relevant specification.Riyadh characteristics. Provide required technical information to the fare vending and related machines and equipment in each station and mountings for such machines and equipment. Monorail Vehicle: Prepare all necessary Design to comply with the requirements of the Performance specification. that shall be issued to the Tenderer at the Notice to Proceed.The designs shall be in accordance with all applicable criteria and standards and shall fully support the functional requirements of these structures. if applicable. maintainability. The designs shall include. This design shall be supported with necessary simulation studies. details. It is reminded that the Contractor shall issue a specific file intended at obtaining granting for video monitoring operation with regard to privacy laws. central control facility and. any free-standing substations or other ancillary buildings.

The Contractor shall understand that: GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . 4. c) d) 4. suited to the architectural achievements of the KAFD district. and layout index. Perform all survey work necessary to prepare "as built" drawings. update and reissue the alignment schematics and data tables. The Contractor shall prepare all miscellaneous drawings such as title sheets. abbreviations. the Contractor shall advise the Engineer of the remedial action required. The Contractor shall maintain. unless otherwise agreed with the Engineer.4 General Design Work The Contractor shall perform the following work: 1) The Contractor shall prepare and maintain the general plans and profiles at the following scales.. and foundation location and elevation data. 4. urban material shall illustrate the enhancement of the urban design for the line.4.1 Survey The Contractor shall obtain and incorporate the following survey work into its designs: Bore hole. test pit. No realignment or reconstruction shall be conducted by the Contractor without prior approval by the Engineer. Perform all survey work necessary to support the construction operation.1:200 Track Schematics . symbols. key plan. Landscaping: The design of hard and soft landscaping including but not limited to pavement.4. to forego the submittal of intermediate of design packages. index of drawings.3 Intermediate Design Packages for Review and approval (DCP2) During Design Phase. and he shall obtain all the necessary approval from the concerned Authorities. The request to forego such a submittal shall describe any schedule benefits associated with the Engineer’s approval.2 Geotechnical Design See civil works technical specifications. greenery. External design and landscaping shall be submitted in the early design stages to the Employer. general notes. such as station arrangements. 2) 3) 4. All remedial work shall be conducted by the Contractor at no expense to the Engineer. i.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the Engineer shall grant the Contractor approval. Perform all survey work necessary to determine that adequate clearances exist throughout the alignment.Vol 2 Part 1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 82 / 240 .1:200 Plans & alignment and profile sheets . If inadequate clearances exist. advance the design directly final level. The Contractor shall consider that the buildings shall carry on a modern and neat image. and the guideway charts. Ancillary Buildings: The design of any other free-standing building structures shall be supervised by an architect paid by the Contractor.4.e. except as noted below. he shall also propose scales for System equipments: .Riyadh b) Maintenance Facilities: Depot boundaries are described in the relevant specification.1:100 to 1:20 for relevant details. The Contractor shall be responsible for all the design needed to implement the landscaping works in accordance with the applicable criteria and standards. etc.

4 Early Release for Construction/ Engineer Rights The Contractor may apply for the early release for construction of any construction work package prior to the completion of the 100% design.explaining the operation of each equipment. 2) GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . the Engineer shall require the submittal of copies of the early construction Work drawings and specifications to facilitate its quality assurance/inspection/code compliance functions. the Engineer and/or other third parties may require more time to complete the review and approval process for the subsequent final design review submittal. Approval by the Engineer shall be the condition precedent to the start of construction for the work in any construction work package. the approval of such drawings shall be the responsibility of the Contractor’s engineers. structure and functions. 2) 3) 4) 4. Such approval may also require the approval of third parties if their facilities are impacted in some manner by the early construction. if deficient aspects therein can be traced to deficient work on the design package that was approved to forego the intermediate design submittal. The Final Design Report shall be based on the approved design.5 Design Reports The Contractor shall prepare a design report which shall complement the construction documents and provide background information.Forming a framework for brief descriptions in revision documents.defining the equipment produced. such approval may be conditioned on compliance to Engineer or other third party special requirements unique to the early construction work. As a minimum. the Engineer shall: (1) receive its copies of the submittal at the same time as that of the Contractor engineers. The Contractor shall be at risk if the early start of any construction work negatively impacts a subsequent design package or any subsequent construction Work. Also. . if any. and (2) have final approval rights of such aesthetic or urban design elements over and above those of the Contractor's engineers. Should the early construction work involve the preparation of shop or working drawings. the Contractor shall be at risk if it elects to start any early construction work without the Engineer approval. These Reports shall include: 1) A general file: .doc 22 July 2009 Page 83 / 240 . Design files: .containing a list of abbreviations or symbols used in the documents. Further. shall not relieve the Contractor of the risk of correcting the design at no cost to the Engineer if it is subsequently found to be deficient at the final design review level. at least one similar design package shall have been completed to the final level and been reviewed and approved by the Engineer and other affected third parties. However.Vol 2 Part 1. . the Contractor shall also assume the risk of correcting other design packages. where the execution of the design(s) contained in the shop or working drawings has aesthetic or urban design implications.4. such approval.Riyadh 1) as a condition precedent to approval.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 4. The start of construction on a construction Work Package shall not relieve the Contractor of the requirement to complete the design of that construction Work Package and to make the subsequent required 100 percent design submittal. its general arrangement. qualifications and other data as needed to document the design and provide an aid in the management of construction. if granted.

the designation of the component. piping and control circuit drawings. The Contractor shall then revise its prepared specifications and standard specification updates and modifications. corrections and modifications indicated on hard copy. its identity marks and the quantities used.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . This can be asked to be provided at the early stage of Design if required by the Engineer.3 Drawing Control Register The Contractor shall develop and maintain a drawing control register as defined in its document control procedures. . Preliminary design calculations shall be submitted at the intermediate level. The Engineer shall review and may make minor corrections as required. etc. 4. including the various design calculations. The Contractor shall supply a copy on CDs of all standards used during the different phases of the Project. The Engineer shall review and comment on the Contractor's submission. The complete Manufacturer's address shall be given.5. The Contractor shall incorporate the above modifications in the pertinent specification sections.Riyadh - detailing the operation of each component. containing mechanical and electrical equipment drawings. 4. these drawings shall consider the lighting and arrangement drawings executed by other trades. indicating the position of each component.).2 Design Calculations Design calculations shall be prepared by the Contractor for each discipline involved.5. identification marks. Each list of components shall be linked to the drawing which defines the identification marks.the equipment parts list number. GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .the manufacturer's parts list number. defining interfaces (types of signal. duct drawings. 4.5. containing the Contractor's data sheets for each component.Vol 2 Part 1.1 Construction Specifications The Contractor shall prepare sets of construction specifications which shall be coordinated with the information shown on the construction drawings in accordance with the following procedure: The Contractor shall develop and submit drafts of construction specifications for those elements for which standard specifications are not available. indicating the designation and characteristics of each component. . for each component in the installation: .doc 22 July 2009 Page 84 / 240 . copies of which shall be provided to the Engineer for further assessment The Contractor shall submit all required specifications with final updating. 3) A parts list showing. and as approved by the Engineer. and the final design calculations shall be submitted at the final design review.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Standard drawings. but is not limited to.Riyadh 4. and equipment incorporated into the line.4 Facilities Maintenance Report The Contractor shall prepare a Facilities Maintenance Report which shall provide information and guidance in the care and maintenance of all materials. list of applicable standard and directive drawings. This review point is extremely important as it represents the last time significant changes can be made to construction documents without substantial impact on the design effort. The documents shall be in sets. Calculations. The required submittal data includes. A detailed schedule of the Work.Vol 2 Part 1. and actions and minutes from the Design Review. At this point. 4. stations and ancillary facilities. The purpose of this submittal is to provide completed contract documents.5. The Contractor shall submit these design documents at intermediate level. The data required for the final submittal are: 5) Original contract drawings and specifications. specifications draft. finishes. the basic layout of all drawings has been completed with only final details left to be developed. The approval by the Engineer of this submittal shall constitute acceptance of such documents as the final Design of the Contract. warranty (if applicable). 2) 3) 4) Submittal Copy Requirements. Long lead list. interface drawings.doc 22 July 2009 Page 85 / 240 . for each submittal: GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Final Submittal. including the drawing control register shall be submitted as described in these Management Provisions. The completed report shall be based upon the approved outline. and shall include detailed schedules for routine and preventive maintenance. Forecast and Progress Reports. Final Design Report. Final schedule. if applicable. the following requirements for printed materials. unresolved comments (if applicable).6 Submittals 4. Forecast and progress reports shall be submitted as specified in this Specification. Design safety case. Supportive documentation shall be presented on hard copy as well as on disk with standard format including but not limited to. The Contractor shall prepare an outline of the report and submit it to the Engineer for approval at the intermediate submittal. Actions and minutes from Pre-Final Review. signed by the designer.1 General The Contractor shall submit the following to the Engineer during the indicated stages of design: 1) Detailed Schedule of Work. At this review point. all design elements should appear on the drawings and specifications. The Contractor shall provide documents for review as indicated below unless otherwise directed by the Engineer. The construction documents must be checked. indexed and clearly marked to indicate the date of issue and the stage of development. The report shall incorporate manufacturer's recommendations and all applicable codes and standards. In-Progress Design Submittal.6.

6. The names of Contractor. GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . c) d) Changes to any Engineer -accepted or -approved submittals shall not be permitted unless those changes have been accepted or approved. model number. in which the Engineer may indicate the action taken.Riyadh 1. 3. including revision designation. respectively. just above the title block. (Standard only). 2. All submittals from the Contractor must follow these requirements and shall be subject to the Engineer’s review. manufacturer.Vol 2 Part 1. Action Block . address.2 Requirements for the Preparation and Review of Submittals The Works specified in this Section summarizes the minimal requirements for the preparation of submittal documents for review by the Engineer. Identification of product by description. Identification of any deviations from Contract Documents. sheet number.Include a blank space. Submittal number and date. subcontractor. and telephone number. Subject identification.show the following information: 1. 5. style number. etc. Drawings • 4 sets of full-size copies • One electronic copy CD Calculations • 4 sets of full-size copies • One electronic copy CD Specifications • 4 sets of full-size copies • One electronic copy CD Standard drawings list.2. 4. 5. 2. Accompany submittals with a Contractor Transmittal Form containing the following information 1. 2. List only. Cost and Schedules Same as for calculations. or lot number.6.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Actions and Minutes for Previous Review. 4. in the lower right corner.1 Format a) Title Block . Final package shall include actual drawings (reproducible) supplied to the Contractor for addition of contract numbers. b) Date and revision dates. 4. 3. Contractor's stamp and signature certifying its review. 5. Contract title and number. 6. in writing by the Engineer. 3.doc 22 July 2009 Page 86 / 240 . Contract title and number. Subject identification by Contract Drawing or Specification reference. 4.6. supplier. 4. Contractor's name.

2.doc 22 July 2009 Page 87 / 240 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .6. Review and acceptance or approval by the Engineer shall not relieve the Contractor from its responsibility for accuracy of submittals. 3) The Engineer’s marks shall have the following meanings: GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . 4. and date the review stamp.2. 2) The Contractor's liability to the Engineer in case of deviations in the submittals from the requirements of the Contract Documents is not relieved by the Engineer’s review and acceptance of submittals containing deviations unless the Engineer expressly approves the deviation through the issuance of a change notice. 4. correction and acceptance of submittals. The Engineer’s approval shall be required for all drawings and specifications representing the final design of any aspect of the Project. 3) The Contractor shall maintain a file of all approved submittal documents at the Work site.Vol 2 Part 1. The Contractor may proceed with the design pending receipt of design review comments but at his own risk. for conformity of submittals to the requirements of the Contract Documents. Comments shall be resolved in a joint meeting between the Contractor and the Engineer held within two weeks after the Contractor has received the comments. Regardless of whether a comment has or has not been provided. the Engineer shall not become a responsible party for any specific submittal or design. The Engineer shall withhold acceptance or approval of submittals which depend on other submittals not yet submitted. rather. Supplemental submittals shall be made in the same manner as initial submittals. sign. or for completion of the Contract in accordance with all requirements of the Contract Documents. the Contractor is not authorized to deviate unless authority to make such deviation has been specifically requested in writing by the Contractor and approved in writing by the Engineer.2 Supplemental Submittals Supplemental submittals initiated by the Contractor for consideration of corrective procedures shall contain sufficient data for review. 4) Prior to submitting any designs to the Engineer for its review.Riyadh 4. the Engineer’s review shall be generally provided for the purpose of early identification of any submittals and designs which it believes are not in conformance with Contract requirements. 1) Review of a separate item shall not constitute review of an assembly in which the item functions. 2) The Engineer shall review the submittals for general conformance with the Contract Documents and mark. In providing its review.7 Review. for compatibility of described products with contiguous products and the rest of the System. Comment and Approval by the Engineer The Engineer shall provide the Contractor with any design review comments not later than three weeks after receipt of the design submittal.6. to be evidenced by the signature or stamp of the Engineer on such documents. the Contractor shall demonstrate to the Engineer that the Contractor has performed an internal review and checked the submittal as part of the Quality Assurance Program.3 Other Contractor Responsibilities The Contractor shall have the following additional responsibilities regarding the submittals: 1) The Contractor’s responsibility for errors and omissions in submittals and associated calculations is not relieved by the Engineer’s review.

9 Aesthetics. 6. and validation documents. Training Program documentation. and validation. front (nose) shape / profile. mean that the Engineer is in agreement with the specific approach. While the Engineer shall retain rights of acceptance for all submittals. The Contractor shall submit any revisions or alterations to the above documents to the Engineer within one month of such revision unless the Engineer agrees otherwise. plan.Renderings Provisions for the custom design of certain elements of the Transit Vehicle to make it ‘unique’ to the KAFD Development shall have to be made. Each such approval is given by the Engineer in reliance upon. the Contractor shall propose at least 3 external concepts and 3 internal concepts for acceptance by the Employer and the Engineer GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . and subject to.Riyadh 1. This may include (without being limited to). the performance by the Contractor of its Work in accordance with. and pursuant to the terms. 4. etc. This includes portions of certain submittals. The approval of the Engineer of any matter (including. covenants. 4. at all times. provisions and conditions of the Contract. and its computer file Operational and Maintenance Manuals including safety handbook for each subsystem. unique graphics / logos / decals. paint patterns & colours. and lifetime spare part lists. For As-Built documents the Contractor shall provide: 1. the areas in which it retains approval rights are limited. NOT ACCEPTED OR REJECTED shall mean that the submittal does not meet requirements and that a new submittal in accordance with the Contract Documents shall be made. Drawings of the completed works with its sepia of original drawing. without limitation. 2. 2. or design submitted by the Contractor. The prior written approval of the Engineer shall. neither the review nor the approval of any submittal or portion thereof by the Engineer shall relieve the Contractor of any of its responsibilities whatsoever for the accuracy or integrity of the submittal. be subject to the provisions of this paragraph. APPROVED shall. inspection.. seating materials & colours. The Contractor shall propose at least 3 external concepts and 3 internal liveries for acceptance by the Employer and the Engineer. Mock up . the System) does not constitute a waiver or relinquishment by the Engineer of any of its rights under the Contract nor exonerate or relieve the Contractor from any obligation or liability hereunder. or the ability of the Contractor to meet any conditions specified in the submittal. schedule. For depot. functions. including the results for the review. Maintenance Manuals shall include illustration of the items. Complete testing.8 As Built Drawings The Contractor shall maintain all records necessary for the preparation of “As Built Drawing”. analysis. inspection. 4. The Contractor shall also enable the Employer to legally use the material for the purpose of the Project. Without limitation to the generality of the foregoing. viaduct and any other facilities of the project subject to Engineer approval.Vol 2 Part 1. 3. The relevant project specific application software.doc 22 July 2009 Page 88 / 240 . 5.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . proposal.

This shall be applied to Transit Vehicles.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . viaduct and any other facilities of the project subject to Engineer approval. or part of it same scale as the vehicle scale model Movie of the Transit System all along the line with internal and external view for a duration of approximately 3 minutes according to the Employer and the Engineer requirements The Contractor shall also create and submit to the Employer’s approval 3D views from ground level and airborne of the track layout and landscaping included in the right of way. END OF THE DOCUMENT GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA (3604) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . showing the aesthetic impact and consistency with the surrounding buildings and landscaping. depot.Riyadh The Contractor shall then prepare mock up for the following: The Front with 1/3 of the full vehicle > scale 1:1 Reduced scale model of the full vehicle > scale 1:150 Reduced scale architectural model of Viaduct > scale 1:150.doc 22 July 2009 Page 89 / 240 .Vol 2 Part 1.

Bouhier 22 July 2009 Date: 22 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 .GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Title: SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS SYSTEMS AND E&M SYSTRA Transmitter PHB Phase PE Type S&E Discipline ALL Subject 3602 Doc. M. D. Massat Date 22 July 2009 Signature Checked by L. Fontaine 22 July 2009 Approved by O. / O.M.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Number T Family A1 Revision Document number: KAFD Project It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.B. .Riyadh Revision A0 A1 Date 16/06/2009 22/07/2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author D. Revision according to Hill Intl comments Revision: A1 Prepared by Name D.TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 1 .

......2...............................3 EMC Related Activities .............................7................................................3 Stray Current Corrosion Prevention.............2 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS ...............1 General Requirements ...............................................................................4 Atmospheric Corrosion Prevention............doc 22 July 2009 Page 91 / 240 ...................3 Fuses ................................................................................. 108 4..............3................................ 95 3.........4....9...................................... 97 3............... 111 SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master ..... 107 4................................2........ 100 3.........................................................................................3 Test Facilities......................................................................................................7 Wire and Terminal Marking .................................................. 99 3.............................................5..............................................................................3............................................ 100 3.......................... 108 4............. 106 4.....................................3 Low Voltage Cables ..................... 111 4..............................2.............................2 Materials and Structures.... 103 3.....................................................................1 Circuit Breakers..... 104 3..........................4...1................................. 109 4.............Vol 2 Part 1................................................................................................ 97 3.......................................................................................... 101 3.................................................................................. 100 3............................5.........2 Inductors and Transformers.................... 110 4........... Outlets and Junction Boxes.................................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1............................................................1 INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 111 4.............. 104 3.....................................3............................1 Standards ..........................................................4................... 104 3.................... 106 4................................................... 102 3........................................................................................................................................................ 93 GLOSSARY ....................... 99 3...................................................................................................................................................................................... 3........... 97 3....................................................... 101 3.................................1 Soil and Water Corrosion Prevention Systems ....................................................................................................................................2...........................4.....4.............................................................3 Safety Reporting Requirements ...2.................................4............3 ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY REQUIREMENTS ........2 Specific Technical Requirements ...................9.....................................................................4 CORROSION CONTROL AND GROUNDING ................................................................................................................2 SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS ...................................2 Soil and Water Corrosion Prevention....................................................................................................................................................................1 Atmospheric Corrosion Prevention Systems ..... 110 4..................................................................................................................5 Grounding...................... 96 3..................5 SOIL AND WATER CORROSION PREVENTION ................................................................................................................................1.....................................................................................................4 Conduit ....... 100 3..............5........................ 2..............8 GROUNDING ................................................1 Purpose and Scope........................................... 101 3........................2..................7 Expansion Capability................................. 98 3...........1 Signal and instrumentation cable ........1 GENERAL .5 Pull Boxes............................................................................. 104 3......................................................................... 106 4...................................................................... 101 3... INTRODUCTION ........................................................................4..........................2.........1................................................................................................ 105 4....................... 100 3.......2 Power Cable Voltage Bands ..............6 Interfaces ...........6 Connectors .. 110 4.......... 95 3..................................................... 94 TECHNICAL AND MANUFACTURING REQUIREMENTS.................................................. MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP REQUIREMENTS ..............................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 102 3.......9 CABLES AND CABLE CONTAINMENT FOR FIXED INSTALLATIONS .....9.......7 ATMOSPHERIC CORROSION PREVENTION ........................ 100 3................................2 Principles ..................................................6 STRAY CURRENT CORROSION PREVENTION ..................................

.............4 Heat Treatment ................. 114 4. 113 4.....................................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .....................................................................................2 Prohibited Materials........................................................................... 114 4......................................................................4.............3 Welding Process....................................................4....... 112 4............................................... 114 4................................................ 114 4....................................................................................... 116 SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master ..................................... 113 4........................................................................................................................................................ 112 4................................................ 113 4....Riyadh 4....................................................................................................6 Weld Inspection..............................1 Materials..............................................................................4 WELDING AND BRAZING.1 Welder Qualifications ......8 Toughness of Welded Assemblies........................................ 115 4....................4.4........................................................................................4...............................................................................7 FASTENING ............................................3... 114 4.....................................................................................................................................................................................7 Brazing and Soldering ............................................................4............doc 22 July 2009 Page 92 / 240 .... 113 4.........................................................4...............................................Vol 2 Part 1.2 Test Welds ................8 CONNECTORS..........................3 MECHANICAL COMPONENTS............................................................4................. 113 4....................................6 WIRE AND CABLE .....................5 HOUSING AND ENCLOSURE ......................................................................................5 Special Welding ..................................................................................................... 116 4...............3... 114 4...................................

Vol 2 Part 1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 93 / 240 . In this document. SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . it must be understood as the operating part of the EPCO Contractor.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 1. when “the Operator” or the “O&M Contractor” appears. INTRODUCTION This document sets forth the various technical requirements applicable to the systems.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 1.Air Conditioning International Electrotechnical Convention Integrated System Demonstration Program Low Smoke. Fume and Halogen National Fire Protection Association Maintenance Management System Mean Time To Repair Notification to proceed Operation Control Centre Project Management Plan Polyvinyl Chloride Reliability Availability Maintainability Reliability Availability Maintainability Safety Safety Integrity Level System Assurance Monitoring Plan System Assurance Plan Take Over Certificate International Union of Railways International Association of Public Transport Verification. Glossary AC APTA ASTM CDRL DCP DMIS EMC EMI EN HVAC IEC ISDP LSFH NFPA MMS MTTR NTP OCC PMP PVC RAM RAMS SIL SAMP SAP TOC UIC UITP VTA WBS Alternative current American Public Transportation Association American Society for Testing and Materials Contract Deliverable Requirements List Design Control Point Database Management Information System Electro Magnetic Compatibility Electro Magnetic Interference European Standard Heating. Tests and Acceptance Work Breakdown Structure The Engineer.Riyadh 2. means: The Independent Checking Engineer / The Consultant Engineer of the Employer / The Supervision Engineer during construction and test/commissioning SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Ventilation .doc 22 July 2009 Page 94 / 240 .

to restrict access to adjustment devices that are not normally performed under field conditions and to protect adjustment devices from unintentional adjustment. The Contractor shall provide all equipment in suitable enclosures providing ease of maintenance and with lockable doors or lids on safety related equipment. Structural members shall not obstruct access to components or subassemblies. as specified during the design phase.Vol 2 Part 1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 95 / 240 . preventive maintenance shall be plug connected or easily separable. Where maintenance is required.Riyadh 3. Equipment shall be appropriately protected against the ingress of dust. then they shall be plug connected or easily separable. cable entry shall be via clamped glands or conduits. the test points shall be located in an accessible position on the unit. prejudice the Employer’s ability to carry out such proposed future extensions by his design. consequently. All trackside equipment (boxes. at the extremes of environmental conditions likely to be encountered. All electrical connections of units requiring removal for maintenance. If removal of other components or subassemblies is required. The Contractor shall provide maximum corrosion protection for the supplied equipment to meet the required design life. All equipment shall be capable of short-term continuous operation. Test Points for subsystem troubleshooting and testing Test points shall be provided for checking voltages and signals and for injecting test signals for trouble-shooting and routine maintenance. Where test points are required to test intermediate functions of modules and subassemblies. All components requiring adjustment shall be visible without disassembly of other equipment. Technical and Manufacturing Requirements 3. The Contractor shall comply as far as reasonably practicable with the following: All components and subassemblies shall be accessible for testing or replacement without extensive removal of other components. All equipment shall be capable of continuous operation in its normal environment and achieve its stated service life. panels.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . water and the accumulation of moisture due to condensation. such that the unit may be tested in service. without the benefit of air conditioning or forced cooling. Access openings shall be covered to ensure personnel safety. components shall be located so that there is enough room for the use of hand tools and test probes. All test points shall be clearly identifiable and documented in the maintenance manuals. enclosures) shall be corrosion resistant.1 General The Contractor shall be aware of future extensions and shall not. Standard equipment that does not comply with this criterion shall be provided with custom tools and test gear. - - - - SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . The Contractor shall provide suitable lightning protection devices for the supplied equipment and for protection of the buildings.

6) The Contractor shall provide a Software Configuration Management Plan.doc 22 July 2009 Page 96 / 240 . 12) The Contractor shall conduct dynamic analysis to demonstrate that the defined level of test coverage has been achieved. Adjustment devices shall be self-locking or shall have locking devices to prevent inadvertent operation or drift. in conformity with item 14 of EN50128 standard. Assemblies weighing 10 kilograms or more. The SIL shall be reviewed and approved by the Engineer. except for power supplies and frequency converters. 5) The Contractor shall take the necessary dispositions in order to ensure the integrity of software executable code during transfer from one media to another.Vol 2 Part 1. These techniques or measures shall be based on EN50128 standard. Functional lifting devices shall be provided on all equipment weighing more than 10 kilograms unless otherwise approved by the Engineer. 7) The Contractor shall define the rules for coding software applications in order to ensure their quality. 8) The Contractor shall.Riyadh Test points shall be capable of accepting probes and connectors used with standard test equipment. 4) The Contractor shall appoint an independent Assessor with appropriate skill and adequate authority to perform software assessment. 10) The Contractor shall identify all tests software and simulators used. Tests software and simulators should be developed to an appropriate Software Safety Integrity Level agreed with the Engineer. It shall define in detail the responsibilities and management procedures of the configuration articles for each reference configuration and the items associated with the software product. except for certain activities such as Track Circuits. following a change to a delivered software product. which shall not weigh more than 60 kilograms. The application software package shall meet the function requirements of supply scope. Where frequent adjustments are necessary according to maintenance manuals or where portable test equipment could not provide necessary information or accuracy. 9) The Contractor shall adopt a non regression testing procedure to be applied to all software modifications made during development and operation life of the system. Rack-mounted assemblies requiring removal for shop maintenance shall not weigh more than 20 kilograms. except where designed for use by special test equipment provided by the Contractor. 11) The Contractor shall conduct static analysis to demonstrate that the defined products metrics have been achieved.2 Software Requirements Software may consist of system software and application software. which are to be serviced in the operation equipment enclosure. 3) The Contractor shall propose design and implement techniques or measures depending on the SIL. Adjustment devices shall be located so that the adjustment may be made and observed simultaneously by one person. Alternative methods of providing this feature may be proposed and submitted to the Engineer for approval. shall be provided with rollout slides or hinges so that assemblies may be pulled out without lifting. 1) SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . The slide shall be capable of being locked into the test or maintenance position. verify that the non-modified software is still correct and update of the software free of charge. 2) The Contractor shall define and justify the software Safety Integrity Level (SIL) per subsystem in accordance with the present document and with EN 50126 and EN50128 standards. built-in indicators or metres shall be provided. Work Breakdown Structure shall be completed to a level permitting control of the "elementary" components.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . - 3. in addition to the verification that the change is correct.

The equipment may be subject to radiated energy from hand held transceivers and other communications equipment. Where the b) c) SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 1. 2 Industrial Environment EMC Generic Immunity Standard-Pt. Electric Tools and Small Apparatus Part 2 Immunity-Product Family EMC Standard for Cardiac Pacemaker EMC Part 4.Riyadh 13) For proprietary software code source will be put in an escrow account at cost beard by the Contractor. Equipment shall not generate any interference at a level which could be detrimental to its own performance or that of other equipment or be capable of producing annoyance. Radiated Immunity Levels: a) Any sensitive equipment supplied shall operate in an environment with a substantial amount of radiated interference present. magnetic). Sections 1-10 EU Directive on EMC (89/336/EEC) 3. 2.doc 22 July 2009 Page 97 / 240 . 3. Equipment manufactures shall take all reasonable precautions to minimise the susceptibility of their equipment to interference produced by other equipment. discomfort. or hazard to personnel (e. electrical.3. As a minimum requirement the equipment shall be immune to field strength according to EN 50121. mechanical. 2 Industrial Environment EMC Requirements for Household Appliances. Radiated Emissions: i.2 Specific Technical Requirements If not otherwise specified in the respective General Specifications.3 Electromagnetic Compatibility Requirements 3.1 Standards The following standards are applicable: EN 50121-1 EN 50121-2 EN 50121-3 EN 50121-4 EN 50121-5 EN 55022 EN 50081-2 EN 50082-2 EN 55014-2 EN 50061 IEC 1000-4 IEC 1000-5 Railway Applications – Electromagnetic Compatibility Part 1: General Applications – Electromagnetic Compatibility Part 2: Emission of the whole railway system to the outside world Railway Applications – Electromagnetic Compatibility Part 3: Vehicles Standard for Emissions and Immunity of the Signalling and Telecommunications Apparatus European Railway EMC Standards-Part 5: Fixed Installation Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference Characteristics of Information Technology Equipment EMC Generic Emission Standard-Pt. As a minimum requirement. the maximum levels of radiated EMI of the installation shall not exceed the limits specified in EN 50121. the following regulations shall apply: 1. ii.3. audible and non-audible noise and vibration.g.

3 EMC Related Activities The Contractor shall issue for the Engineer’s approval.doc 22 July 2009 Page 98 / 240 . by operation personnel or passengers. Remarks: No visible and functional degradation on the equipment under the specified field strength. e) 3. 7. d) Where there is evidence to suggest that the equipment may be susceptible to radio frequency interference. 4. 300A/m (1. Power Surge. Equipment shall be tested to 2 kV peak in accordance with IEC 61000-4-4 or EN 50121. SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Electrostatic Discharge a) Any equipment.Vol 2 Part 1. The label shall be conspicuous by virtue of its position.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . testing may be required to establish whether or not this is significant and testing details shall be agreed upon with the Engineer. and is likely to be handled or touched. 28 days after NTP. 30A/m in continuous field. A report shall be produced based on this analysis. when subject to the levels of conducted interference set out in EN 50121 or in EN50082-2 in the frequency range 150 kHz to 30 MHz. Where the technical reasons the manufacturer cannot meet the requirements of these Clauses. Magnetic Field. DC Magnetic Field Immunity according to EN 50121. shall be protected against electrostatic discharge.Riyadh design is such that it may be susceptible to interference originating from any cause. which affect equipment and propose EMC protection measures. The equipment will be susceptible to the EMI generated by other equipment in BDPM environment. and appearance and shall.3. with no degradation in performance. Equipment shall be tested to 2 kV (common mode) or 1 kV (differential mode) in accordance with IEC 61000-4-5 or EN 50121. Equipment shall be tested to 6 kV with contact discharge or 8 kV with air discharge as defined in IEC 61000-4-2 or EN 50121. he shall affix a label to the equipment stating that the equipment may be susceptible to radio frequency interference and that radio transmitting equipment should not be operated within ‘x’ metres of the equipment. the Contractor shall draw the Engineer’s attention to the fact. Remarks: Class 4 test level. The Contractor shall conduct an EMI Hazard Analysis at design stage to identify sources of EMI. Fast Transient Burst. 6.2 / 50 µs). It shall comply with the susceptibility or immunity and test requirements below unless otherwise specified in the General Specifications: Power Frequency Magnetic Field Immunity (Applicable to distribution networks at 50Hz and 60Hz) IEC 1000-4-8 / EN 50121. an EMC Management Plan. which contains sensitive electronic components. 3. b) 5. Conducted Immunity Levels: The equipment shall continue to operate correctly. be duplicated to that it may be readily seen even if the door or lid is opened. if necessary. size.

3. System employees. schedules. SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Test reports shall be submitted to the Engineer’s approval prior to equipment delivery. vii.Vol 2 Part 1. minimize stray current effects on the System and on other underground structures. This should also be brought to the attention of the Engineer. Corrosion control systems shall prevent premature corrosion failures. immunity and emissions. ii. The Contractor shall also make arrangements for the Engineer to witness tests if necessary. vi. iv.4. and Contractor personnel due to lightning.doc 22 July 2009 Page 99 / 240 . The test reports shall contain the following information: i. and submitted to the Engineer for approval. The Contractor should be responsible for the implementation of corrective actions to rectify any EMC problems identified during testing. plans and test reports shall be produced accordingly. operate. This shall define all the electromagnetic compatibility issues for each type of equipment both for interference. Objectives Method Expected Results Pass / Fail Criteria Test Results with comparison to expected results and pass / fail criteria Conclusion Recommendations Post-delivery Testing: a) Tests shall be carried out on the installed equipment to confirm that the specified level of EMC has been achieved. Test results shall be documented in the test report and submitted to the Engineer. iii. The Contractor shall take into account the EMC requirements. and other adjacent power sources.4 Corrosion Control and Grounding 3. Test specifications. be economical to install.1 Purpose and Scope This Section describes requirements for corrosion control and grounding. v. Grounding systems shall protect equipment from damaging voltages and currents and shall prevent electrical shock hazards to the public.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The Contractor shall submit EMC data during the design stage. power systems. Pre-delivery Testing: a) b) Test certificates should be used or EMC testing shall be carried out on all items of equipment identified as requiring attention regarding EMC.Riyadh The Contractor shall carry out an EMC/EMI survey in the vicinity of the forecast Lines and Depot in order to measure/identify the existing sources / Level. EMC Audits b) c) d) The Contractor shall carry out site testing including the integrated tests with other subsystems to demonstrate that the specified EMC requirements are met. according to the standards during the design and manufacturing process of his equipment. and maintain.

5 Grounding Grounding designs for traction power substations.4.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and cathode protection. including all laboratory and field testing requirements. 3. architectural. based on the recommendations of that survey. Protective measures shall be applied to maintain stray earth currents within the acceptable ranges to avoid deterioration of buried metallic structures. geotechnical. 3. supplemented by on-site measurements. Materials and coatings shall be selected to minimize atmospheric corrosion. power. yards and shops. Corrosion engineering techniques shall be used to minimize the flow of stray currents.4 Atmospheric Corrosion Prevention Atmospheric corrosion rates of exposed metal structures and hardware shall be documented in the Corrosion Control Survey.4. electrical continuity. redundancy. The design shall allow for the effects of future extensions and expansions on the requirements of the System.2 Soil and Water Corrosion Prevention Corrosion characteristics of soils in the System operating area shall be determined and documented by the Contractor during its Corrosion Control Survey. civil. track work.3 Stray Current Corrosion Prevention The Contractor shall take steps to mitigate deterioration of buried metallic structures due to stray currents from the DC propulsion power system. Corrosion control. bonding design. or duplication of equipment.6 Interfaces The Contractor shall coordinate corrosion control and grounding between the mechanical. 3. and their designs shall be compatible with relevant safety requirements. All contacts with owners of other structures or real property shall be coordinated through the Engineer. as well as the entire System. signalling. and start-up processes of any separate element. Corrosion control and grounding shall be coordinated throughout the design. and other wayside locations shall be such that corrosion control designs are not compromised and a safe System is provided. 3. and with all utilities. shall be submitted to the Engineer for review. substation and System grounding designs. insulation.Vol 2 Part 1. electrical. soil resistivity.doc 22 July 2009 Page 100 / 240 .7 Expansion Capability The corrosion control and grounding designs shall be applicable to the entire System without major reconfiguration. environmental. 3. and lightning protection requirements shall be coordinated.Riyadh The Contractor shall perform a Corrosion Control Survey which shall include gathering data from local utilities and investigating stray currents. 3.4. The scope and details of the corrosion control survey. The Contractor shall coordinate its designs with corrosion control measures provided by others for structures owned by others.4. and communications work. All cathode protection systems and stray current mitigation designs shall be registered. structural. reconstruction. to resolve design conflicts and minimize adverse impacts and interference. Designs shall be based on the results of this survey. and soil pH. aerial structures. passenger stations. installation. Structures shall be protected appropriately by coating. SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .4.4.

the Contractor shall use cement types in accordance with applicable standards.1 Soil and Water Corrosion Prevention Systems Protection of metal structures shall include corrosion control techniques such as coating. 3.5. and other uses. which shall be identified by the Contractor.5 Soil and Water Corrosion Prevention This Section provides criteria for designs to prevent corrosion of structures from soil and water conditions. sewage ejectors. and shall include as a minimum: 1. Coatings Electrical Insulation Electrical Continuity Cathodic Protection 3.5.5. corrosion control provisions shall be required for all facilities regardless of location or type of construction material.doc 22 July 2009 Page 101 / 240 . conduits. interference currents. 4. 7. 3. and termination boxes shall be installed to permit initial and periodic tests of cathode protection levels. The structures that could be affected by soil and water corrosion shall be identified.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . one reference electrode. 2. Where necessary for the preservation of concrete structures. electrical continuity. Ferrous pressurized piping for water. For severe environments.3 Test Facilities Test stations consisting of two structure cables. and SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . supplemental coatings shall be applied. Other concerned structures 3. Chilled water systems. fire water. Piling structures. electrical isolation.Riyadh 3.2 Materials and Structures The Contractor will propose Materials and structures protection at least for the following: Ferrous Pressure Piping Copper Piping Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete Pressure Pipe Concrete and Reinforced Concrete Support Pilings Subgrade Section Liners Non-Metallic Materials Corrosion Prevention and Protection Methods The following methods of corrosion prevention and protection shall be proposed and used by the Contractor where applicable.Vol 2 Part 1. The designs shall be based on a 100-year life. 5. 6. Buried and on-grade reinforced concrete structures. Storage Tanks Other underground structures. Where failure would affect safety or interrupt continuity of operation. and cathodic protection.

and recesses that trap moisture. Barrier or sacrificial coatings shall be used on steel. including retained and reinforced earth. shall not be used. electrical. Track components.doc 22 July 2009 Page 102 / 240 . Structures in fan and exit shafts. Metallic pipes. will develop Stray current corrosion prevention Plan. Transit Vehicles. Exposed metal surfaces on aerial stations.7 Atmospheric Corrosion Prevention This Section provides criteria for atmospheric corrosion control to reduce maintenance costs and preserve the appearance of facilities and fixed equipment. and designs shall be provided to minimize the impact of these stray currents. The System structures that could be affected by stray currents shall be identified. Structures and systems that could be affected by stray currents include: Components of the propulsion power system. Reinforced-concrete structures. Sealants shall be used in crevices to prevent the accumulation of moisture. Retaining structures.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 3.Vol 2 Part 1. and surface main line structures. casings. for Engineer’s approval. Handrail and Safety fences Exposed metal surfaces at shop and yard areas. The following criteria shall be met: Materials shall have established performance records for the service application. insulated fittings. aerial mainline structures. and continuity bonds. and other metallic structures. SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Metallic and concrete subgrade section liners. AVP and communications devices. The corrosion control procedure shall specify the locations and types of test facilities for each cathode protection system. Right-of-way fences. Designs shall provide for safe and reliable operation of the underground structures and maintenance of their design life span.6 Stray Current Corrosion Prevention This Section provides design criteria to minimize the corrosion impact of stray currents from DC traction power systems on the track and associated structures and on adjacent structures owned by others. equipment rooms. refer also to Performance Specification: Power Supply The Contractor. Dissimilar metals. For a Stray current Corrosion Prevention. and vents.Riyadh system components such as anodes. Structures that could be affected by atmospheric corrosion typically include: Power support structures and hardware. 3. Mechanical.

Acceptable organic coatings will be approved by the Engineer after proposal by the Contractor.Riyadh 3. Stainless steel surfaces shall be cleaned and passivated after fabrication.7. or rail plates.2 Coatings Coatings shall have an established performance record for the intended service. SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Bi-metallic coupling shall not be used. magnesium alloys shall have a coating applied. shall not require coatings.1.1 Atmospheric Corrosion Prevention Systems 3.7. 3. Type 316 and 317 stainless steels shall be suitable for use in any exposed situations without further protection. low-alloy steels shall be protected in a similar manner to carbon steel and cast iron. such as spring clips.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Aluminium Alloys An anodized finish shall be used to provide a weather-resistant surface.doc 22 July 2009 Page 103 / 240 . and sealing of crevices shall be required. and a finish coat.7. Bi¬metallic coupling shall not be used. Zinc Alloys Zinc alloys may be used without additional protection. The potential staining of adjacent structures shall be considered. Metallic Coatings The Contractor will propose the coatings he intends to use for approval.Vol 2 Part 1. Steel and Ferrous Aloys Carbon steel and cast iron exposed to the atmosphere shall have a coating applied to all external surfaces. 2. 3. a primer.1 Materials Metals that could be exposed to the atmosphere shall be selected and provided in accordance with the following Paragraphs. Bi-metallic couplings shall be avoided. intermediate coat(s). and shall be compatible with the base metal to which they are applied.1. colour retention. The minimum life expectancy of coatings before major maintenance or recoating shall be 15 years. Coatings shall demonstrate satisfactory gloss retention. 4. spikes. High-strength. and resistance to chalking over their life spans. Rail and rail fasteners. coating of metal-to-metal contact surfaces. Complete drainage of all surfaces. 1. Magnesium Alloys Where long-term appearance is critical. 5. Organic Coatings Organic coating systems shall consist of a wash primer if required by the condition of the substrate. Copper Alloys Copper and its alloys may be exposed without additional protection.

shall be referred to as type “2”. 4.9 Cables and cable containment for fixed installations 3. Single conductor cables and individual conductors of multiple conductor cables insulated with a tight fitting.8 kV Cable Colour (external to equipment cabinets). are as follows: 1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Provide a ground path for lightning surges and fault currents. for use in open areas. Neutral blue System earth or ground: yellow + green SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . excluding those applicable to vehicles.1 Signal and instrumentation cable Two types of wire and cable shall be required. Complementary grounding and corrosion control systems shall include proper location of insulation points and timely operation of grounding mechanisms.6/44kV Extra high voltage: High Voltage above 25/44 kV Low Voltage DC: up to 1. Type 2 wire and cable shall be jacketed with a robust UV resistant outer sheath according to IEC 60502. 2. XLPE or other synthetic vulcanised elastomer shall be rated for applied voltage level.6/ 1kV (Phase to Earth/ Phase to Phase) High voltage /Medium Voltage:0. 3.8 Grounding Grounding and corrosion control requirements shall not conflict. Facilities to which these criteria pertain include power substations. clean stripping. 3.9. or as specified in the respective Specifications. 3.g. Type 1 wire and cable shall be jacketed with a flame-retardant low-smoke. Low voltage: 0. Meet the most stringent grounding code requirements applicable to the System.doc 22 July 2009 Page 104 / 240 .Riyadh 3. The following colour code for cable insulation shall be adhered to: dc: black 3 phases: black/black/brown (5-wire cable) or black/blue/brown (only for 4-wire cable).2 Power Cable Voltage Bands Power distribution voltages. Grounding protection systems shall be concealed where possible and shall: Protect passengers and System maintenance and Contractor personnel against hazardous System voltages. one for use in enclosed areas except within cubicles and boxes. ozone resistant ethylene propylene rubber or synthetic insulation as e. the Maintenance Depot. OCC and aerial structures. and shall be referred to as type “1”. The other.Vol 2 Part 1. passenger stations. low fume and low halogen gas emission (LSFH) material.9. Provide integrity of corrosion control systems.

9.Vol 2 Part 1. The cable cores shall be readily identifiable by colours or numbers. UITP or equivalent requirements. Low voltage multicore cables used in the project shall be XLPE insulated and sheathed overall with an extruded reduced flame propagation. Certificates of Compliance to the standards are required for each type and class of cable supplied. and free from scale.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Neutral conductors shall be full size throughout. Conductors shall be smooth.Riyadh 3. low smoke. APTA. and other defects. low fume and free halogen gas emission (LSFH) material. uniform in quality.9. Cables shall be delivered on robust cable drums with cable ends treated to form an effective seal to prevent the ingress of moisture. Cables shall be delivered without intermediate joints Cables shall be type tested to ASTM. Where numbers are used the intervals between adjacent numbers on the same core shall not exceed 10 cm.3. - SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .doc 22 July 2009 Page 105 / 240 . Non-Sheathed Single Core Cable: Cables drawn into conduit and cable tray in all underground sections and enclosed public areas shall be LSFH insulated 600/1000 V grade. splits. Single core cables shall comprise circular copper conductors. Low voltage multicore cables shall be 600/1000 V grade.1 Cross Linked Polyethylene (XLPE) Cable: XLPE insulated multicore cables shall conform to an approved International Standard and/or to the requirements of the Specification.5 mm² shall be permitted. Multiconductor cables shall consist of concentric coated copper conductors in accordance to international manufacture standards applicable for railway systems. Conductors for power cables outside cabinets shall be stranded and none smaller than 1. There shall be no joints in individual strands. inequality spills.3 Low Voltage Cables General: Each type of cable shall be a standard product of the supplier and shall comply with applicable international standards of manufacturing and tests. Supplier’s test certificates shall be submitted to the Engineer prior to delivery. Those used in open sections may be PVC insulated conform to National Electrical Code (NEC / NFPA 70) type THW or equivalent applied for railway systems. - 3.

Material and Workmanship Requirements 4. Proposed substitute specifications shall be submitted in English and in the language of the country of origin. construction. and maintainable using equipment and practices typically available in light rail system facilities. Materials and equipment shall be stored under cover and off the floor or ground.1 1) General Requirements Material and equipment used shall be designed.Vol 2 Part 1. All materials used by the Contractor shall be readily available. All dated material shall be clearly marked with the expiration date and shall not be used beyond the expiration date. and the requirements of the EN other approved procedural or standards organizations identified within these Technical Provisions. All similar materials shall be the products of one Manufacturer to the greatest extent practicable. All equipment and material intended for use during construction and fabrication of the System shall be shipped and stored such that damage or reduction in life is prevented.1. Submission of substitute materials shall be accompanied by a detailed comparative design analysis. for Engineer review. The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer for review. installation. orders. documentation that the proposed procedures or standards are the equivalent of the foregoing standards and specifications. manufactured. SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . prior to commencement of construction or fabrication of work. All materials shall conform to the appropriate Specifications and/or Standards. and installation of System elements. All equipment shall be stored with all ports. and standards. 4. installed. the Contractor shall submit. All material with special handling or storage requirements shall be handled or stored according to the Manufacturer's requirements. Materials obtained from more than one Manufacturer shall be compatible for applications as indicated. materials.1 Introduction This Section specifies materials and workmanship standards for procurement. The Contractor shall submit documentation that the designs. and tested in accordance with specified codes. All stored material subject to corrosion shall be protected by waterproof covers or coatings. 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) All material shall be clearly marked or stored. any substitute material or materials which the Contractor represents to be at least equal in quality and in required characteristics to the specified material or materials. Where other standards are proposed by the Contractor.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . covers.Riyadh 4. and testing provided in accordance with these Provisions conform to the applicable referenced standards and requirements.doc 22 July 2009 Page 106 / 240 . and all other enclosure openings closed to prevent ingression of dirt or moisture. with appropriate nomenclature to prevent misapplication. repairable. equipment.

Covers shall be fixed with warning labels which describe the hazard. access to internal fasteners shall be made only via lockable access doors. 19) Protective covers shall be provided on all components and modules where there is a danger of electric shock. 17) All programmable devices shall be labelled with a reference number and revision code.2.Riyadh 11) Rejected material shall be clearly marked as such and stored in an area specifically designated for that purpose. Design and installation of systems shall be compatible and progressive with the planned stages of construction. availability. The Contractor shall determine all systems interfaces and coordinate all work and testing such that interfaces installed provide the appropriate functions and have the load capabilities for future. to minimize disruption to System operations. Proprietary technologies will be considered only as alternative proposals that demonstrates outstanding benefits and when no similar products are available from the market. subject to the above-specified service-proven requirements. complying with the levels of reliability.Vol 2 Part 1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . additional equipment installation requirements. 13) Designs shall minimise the number of mechanical parts yet provide a construction which comprises a number of discrete modules. and shall have been proven in service on existing transit system properties or similar installations for a period of not less than five years. injury due to sharp edges or high temperature etc. 4. The use of floppy disk units within external equipment shall not be permitted. 14) Construction shall minimise the time taken to exchange modules and wherever possible access and removal of modules shall not require any special tools. SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .1. Modules shall not require any unsoldering in order to extract them from the housing. 12) The Employer has a preference for non-proprietary technologies.2 Principles The Contractor shall provide a proven and modern System in all respects. Standard products equal to or superior in performance to the Technical Provisions requirements will be considered. 4.1 Standard Products Equipment and materials provided under this Contract shall be products of Manufacturers regularly engaged in the production of such equipment and material. and assurance requirements specified within these Technical Provisions. 18) The exterior surface of equipment shall be free of fasteners. safety.1. 15) Each main assembly and integral module shall be identified with a securely fixed and indelible label containing the following information: a) b) c) Manufacturers model and part number Main assembly or module serial number Modification status 16) Each label shall wherever possible be positioned in such a manner that it can be read directly following the opening of any access doors.doc 22 July 2009 Page 107 / 240 . 20) Solid state devices shall be used on external equipment to provide program storage and memory functions.

and structures is prohibited. 4. The Contractor and Subcontractors shall structure all System elements and subsystems such that. All components.5 Toxicity Materials and products producing high toxicity or products of highly combustibility shall not be used. on all System elements.2.2 Quality All materials used in the construction of the System shall be first-class quality.Vol 2 Part 1. construction.4 Smoke and Flammability Conformance with all flammability and smoke emission standards shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.2. All materials used in the construction of the System shall have the highest degree of fire resistance and lowest smoke emission consistent with the other qualities required.3 Safety Reporting Requirements The Contractor shall supply the Engineer with copies of Material Safety Data Sheets for all materials. assemblies. having identical function(s) shall be the same in all respects.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 22 July 2009 Page 108 / 240 . 4. and tested in SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . where alternatives present themselves.1.2 Electrical and Electronic Components 1) All materials and workmanship for manufacturing and installation of electrical and electronic products and associated work shall be accomplished by following approved methods conforming to local standards and regulations and engineering standards organizations recommendations. components coming closest to meeting these Provisions shall be employed. or subcomponents to that extent which commercial availability makes possible. and assembly practices. 4. model.1. Exceptions will be made for small components and circuit boards where mechanical attachment can be shown to be impractical.2. The System and vehicle shall comply with all applicable parts of the latest issue of NFPA 130 "Fixed Guideway Transit Systems" or equivalent or specifically mentioned in the relevant Performance specification 4.1.3 Identification All Manufacturer nameplates and/or identification plates shall be permanently attached with mechanical fasteners. or form which comes closest to meeting these Provisions. installed. manufactured.1. The use of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or polyurethane plastic within System components. Previously existing designs shall be provided in that style. both as original system or components and after any design changes or modifications are made. Such material and equipment shall be designed. The quality and design standards required by these Provisions shall be used as a guide for selection of System modules. All workmanship shall conform to the best manufacturing. 4.2. 4.1. components.Riyadh Equipment of this category and other components provided under this Contract shall meet these Provisions in one of the following ways: Any item designed specifically for this Contract shall meet all requirements of these Provisions.

Vol 2 Part 1. except as modified in the Performance Specification. nor shall any one circuit be protected by more than one circuit breaker.doc 22 July 2009 Page 109 / 240 . and standards. permanently marked on the handle or case of each circuit breaker. but full technical characteristics description may be required for some components during the clarification stage. No circuit breaker shall protect more than one circuit. and shall conform to the latest and best practices. Performance shall not be affected by ambient temperature. electrically insulating material.Riyadh 2) accordance with specified codes. This applies at least to the following components Printed circuit Microprocessors Contactors and Relays Switches Circuit Breakers Bus Bars Inductors and Transformers Fuses Motors Wire and cables Conduit Pull boxes and Junction boxes Wire and cables terminations Connectors More particularly. Circuit breaker poles may be connected in series. They shall be the highest quality procurable. orders.2.1 Circuit Breakers All circuit breakers shall be with a frame size fully suitable for the service intended. and bottom. except as otherwise specified. The panel shall be configured for easy removal so that maintenance and repair are not impeded. 4. Each circuit breaker pole shall be equipped with adequate means of arc extinction to prevent flashover. It shall be completely lined with a moisture-proof. SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Each circuit breaker shall have a Tripped position as well as an On and Off position. shall be provided. All live portions of the protected circuitry shall be completely concealed so that no danger of electric shock exists from the accidental touching of the panel or any appurtenances or devices mounted thereto. and overvoltage protection provided. Asbestos shall not be used. if necessary to achieve the stated voltage interruption requirements. for the routing of high-voltage leads to their designated circuit breakers. All circuit breakers shall be sized by current rating and tripping time to protect both the associated equipment and the minimum-size wire used for power distribution within the protected circuit. General architecture shall be provided for the Tender. over temperature. Circuit breaker panels shall be an approved safety type. sides. and easily seen when installed.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Circuit breaker terminals shall not be used as junction points. such as fibreglass or an approved equivalent. and shall have overcurrent. A wiring gutter along the top. the following requirements shall be adhered to: All electrical and electronic components shall be supplied with ample thermal margins that provide no less than 25 years of service life in application. Each input power circuit shall be protected by an individual circuit breaker.

mounted in a convenient location for use as a spare and so noted in a clear manner. expansion joints. Wire shall not be bundled if in a conduit or ducts. Vehicle wiring shall be housed in metal or plastic raceways. universal joints. insulation abrasions. and insulation skinning.2 Inductors and Transformers Inductors and reactors in power circuits and transformers above 100 watts shall have copper windings with High Level insulation. The inductors and reactors shall have minimum core losses. Rejection lugs or other methods shall be used to prevent overfusing. and shall be designed for high efficiency. or cable. if used. All fuse compartments shall have spare fuses of identical size and rating to the "in circuit" fuse.4 Conduit 1) Design criteria for cable routing and cable containment system shall be specified at the beginning of the design stage. Any exposed wire shall be cleated. Conduit shall be designed to withstand the duty and environment in which it is applied. 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Both inside and outside surfaces shall be protected against corrosion. The type and rating of each fuse shall be clearly and permanently marked on both the fuse itself and adjacent to the fuseholder. All fuses shall be permanently identified and readily accessible. Wires connected to an electronic control apparatus shall not touch wires connected to a higher voltage source of energy than the control voltage.2. and shall not attract vermin. Earthing of metallic cable trays is required. and shall be shielded from debris. junction box. bundling shall be permitted if this wire removal criterion is met. Wires connected to different sources of energy shall not be cabled together or run in the same conduit.2. 4. 2) Cable trays will be sorted to solid bottom type and ladder type. raceway. Wire in conduit. Open metal raceways and their elbows. Pulling compound. dust. ducts.Riyadh 4.2. nipples. tubing. Where wire is in open areas.Vol 2 Part 1. or secured by other suitable means. and raceways shall be free of kinks. sand. while protecting the wires from abrasion. Solid bottom type cable tray with cover shall be used for the control and signal cables where needed as shielded cable tray to minimise the interference.3 Fuses 1) The circuit protection function performed by fuses shall normally be performed by use of appropriately rated circuit breakers. rain. locknuts. shall be non-conductive. bushings. Listing for all areas to be fused shall be submitted to Engineer for review.doc 22 July 2009 Page 110 / 240 . Each wire shall be removable for replacement without disturbing other wiring in the enclosure. tied. dirt. Plastic materials shall meet the flammability and smoke emission requirements. Fuses shall be used specifically where use of circuit breakers is not technically feasible. non-hygroscopic. Flexible conduit shall be aluminium or steel alloy tubing with watertight compression fittings.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and non-odorous. 2) The fuse holder shall contain fuse retention devices at both ends. All equipment and connecting cables shall be totally enclosed. and other conduit fittings shall permit the sections to be mechanically and electrically coupled. 4. unless such wires are insulated for the highest rated voltage in such locations. couplings.

complete reference to these codes shall be included in documents relating to the cables. Connections shall be effected through locking-type plugs or bolt-on terminal strips. quick-disconnect and environmentally sealing. metal-shelled. and weather-proof connectors. for all conduit and cable systems.Vol 2 Part 1. Connectors shall be metalshelled. fine-thread. covers. and to provide environmental protection. positive-locking. The Contractor shall confirm that its own personnel and its Suppliers adhere to the same method of marking and coding.6 Connectors 1) All connectors. electrical metallic tubing. On electrical panels or around interconnecting jumpers without a panel.doc 22 July 2009 Page 111 / 240 . 1/4 or 1/3 turn bayonet-type lock. and that designations are consistent across equipment interconnections. Watertight boxes and fittings shall be constructed to exclude sand and rain. One piece of the connector shall be rigidly mounted. or bushings to prevent vibration or movement. 4. Boxes. shall be rigidly secured in place by means of cleats.2. and shall be securely fastened to same. and junction boxes shall be provided specifically for the application. Outlets and Junction Boxes Pull boxes. and fittings of ferrous metal shall be hot-dip galvanized inside and outside after fabrication. with sealing gaskets on the mating surface and on the back at cable entry. The system of designating circuits shall be provided by the Contractor for approval The individual conductors within any cable shall be appropriately colour-coded and numbered. Splices outside of junction boxes shall not be permitted. 2) The vehicle speed sensor connectors shall be multi-turn. 3) 4) 5) 4. Exposed exterior boxes shall protect enclosed equipment against sand. Wires between terminals shall be continuous without joints. and wires with their outer casings shall be extended into devices and cases. Bolted terminal connections with overall insulating sleeves may be used to connect vehicle wiring to the propulsion motor leads and the maintenance power connection. shall be weather-proof. Conductors subject to motion relative to the terminal shall be protected. water seepage. outlets. with markings at ends and terminal points.5 Pull Boxes.2. regardless of their source of supply.Riyadh 9) Conduits. shall be run continuously into junction boxes or enclosing cases. Interiors of all junction boxes shall be completely painted with an insulating paint. Connections and terminations shall provide for tightness and integrity. and falling or hose-directed water normally encountered in vehicle operations and cleaning.7 Wire and Terminal Marking Electrical conductors shall be assigned circuit designations for the entire vehicle. 4. for internal and external connections. to eliminate fracture of the conductor at of near the terminal.2. straps. SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . with all cover-securing device holes threaded and all covers gasket. the Contractor may not be required to conform to certain designated wire requirements.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . non-metallic ducts or tubing.

and recommended guidelines of the EN.3 Mechanical Components All materials and workmanship for providing and installation of mechanical products and associated work shall be accomplished utilizing approved methods and regulations and engineering standards organizations recommendations. Unless otherwise required herein.UIC or equivalent standards.3. High-Tensile Steel Aluminium Galvanizing Isolation Coatings Permanent Protective Finishes Dissimilar Materials Connection of dissimilar materials shall be permitted only at permanent connections and with suitable electrochemical isolation. The Contractor will detail the technical characteristics in the Tender. order. all material and associated work shall conform to the latest editions and applicable standards.Riyadh 4. and standard shall mean the code. or at connections requiring disassembly for maintenance or for removal and replacement of equipment. This applies at least to the following: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) Steel Stainless Steel Castings Low-Alloy. including all revisions. supplements. Dissimilar materials shall not be permitted at electrical connections. manufactured. and standards. and recommended guidelines of the EN. in effect on the date of the Contract "Notice To Proceed". and tested in accordance with specified codes. or amendments thereto. All such isolation treatments shall be permanent and shall not require maintenance or replacement. orders. The Contractor will detail the technical characteristics of the materials he intends to use. This applies at least to the following components: Pressure Vessels. and standard.doc 22 July 2009 Page 112 / 240 . Reference to any code. UIC or equivalent standards The Contractor will propose for approval by the Engineer standards he intends to comply with for construction and testing. codes. codes. all mechanical products and associated work shall conform to the latest editions and applicable standards. Such material and equipment shall be designed.Vol 2 Part 1. The Contractor will propose for approval by the Engineer standards he intends to comply to for construction and testing.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . order. installed.1 Materials Unless otherwise required herein or in the Particular Technical Specification. Piping and Fittings Air Conditioning System Piping and Fittings Fasteners Locking Devices Rivets Bearings Sleeve Bearings and Bushings 4. SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .

4.3.3 Welding Process Current. SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . flame. The Contractor will propose for approval by the Engineer standards he intends to comply with for construction and testing. oxide inclusions. except where specifically permitted: Asbestos Lead Urethane foam Aluminium threaded fasteners. as well as wandering and spattering. Elastomer iii.1 Welder Qualifications Welders.Vol 2 Part 1. brazing 4. Filters v. These requirements and recommendations shall also apply to brazed or soldered joints. 4.doc 22 July 2009 Page 113 / 240 . distance. Sealing viii. and other variables shall be controlled to give a smooth weld.2 Prohibited Materials The following materials are prohibited for use in construction. brazers employed in the making of structures or products specified under these Technical Provisions shall make only those welds.4 Welding and Brazing The Contractor shall be responsible for the quality of all welding and brazing of System elements. voltage. brazes. 4. Marking Films vii. Paint and painting (application process for each type of paint to be detailed) 4. 4.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The Tenderer will detail the technical characteristics in the Tender of the materials and methodology he intends to use for all welding. Sound Damping Materials ii. free of gas pockets.4. Certificates will be made available to the Engineer upon request.4. and variations in the width and thickness of the weld.Riyadh j) k) l) Panels in composite materials Fibreglass-Reinforced Plastic Insulation materials i. Glass iv. Lubricants vi. or soldered joints for which they have been previously qualified to a standard that the Contractor will propose.2 Test Welds The Contractor will propose for approval requirements and recommendations to be followed in test welds. including that performed by suppliers.

4. uniform appearance and shall be leak-free. and shall be conducted in accordance with the latest applicable standards requirements. sand. The housing and enclosure of the equipment cabinet/box/rack/panel shall be basically per international or EN standards. 4.4. The Contractor shall specify additional non-destructive inspection requirements for subsequent welds.4. and the cable entry shall be clamped glands.7 Brazing and Soldering All pipe or tubing connections shall be leak-free. as appropriate) shall be used to inspect all first-production welds. the weld heat affected zone and base metal shall resist service impact loads expected in normal service at the expected operating temperature. 4.Riyadh 4. Any soldering of stainless steel lap joints shall have a smooth. Procedures for structural welding of stainless steel to other combinations of metals or conditions shall be submitted by the Contractor for review. The material of the housing and enclosure for the outdoor and trackside equipment shall be of stainless steel. Such stress relief shall comply with the recommendations issued by the material supplier. parts rotating at high speed. volumetrically inspected (using either ultrasonic or radiographic methods).KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .4 Heat Treatment Where appropriate for the material and welding methods used.5 Housing and Enclosure 1) Equipment shall be appropriately protected against the ingress of dust. non-destructive surface inspection (dye penetrant or magnetic particle methods. The inner surfaces of air conditioning tubing and piping shall be protected from oxidizing contaminants during and after brazing or soldering operations. 4.4. on safety related equipment or otherwise specified in relevant General specifications. water and the accumulation of moisture due to condensation.6 Weld Inspection The Contractor shall inspect all structural welds.4. In addition to visual inspection requirements specified by the relevant welding codes. In no case shall the length of weld non-destructively inspected be less than one percent of the total weld length. The Contractor shall provide all equipment in suitable enclosures providing ease of maintenance and with lockable doors/lids. Welding shall be inspected under the supervision of a certified welding inspector.4. parts subject to shock and vibration and other critically stressed parts shall be heat treated after welding for stress relief or approved strength attainment.doc 22 July 2009 Page 114 / 240 .Vol 2 Part 1. 2) 3) 4) SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .5 Special Welding The welding of stainless steel to galvanized steel and the brazing of stainless steel shall be prohibited in System elements. or screwed lid for small boxes. Specifically. Full-penetration welds shall be non-destructively.8 Toughness of Welded Assemblies The Contractor shall verify that all safety-related welded structures have sufficient toughness for the expected environmental exposure. 4.

Single-conductor cables shall be marked as follows: 1) 2) 3) Manufacturer’s name Wire size of conductor Type of insulation Multi-conductor cable jackets will be marked on the outside with the following information: 1) 2) 3) 4) Manufacturer’s name Cable makeup Cable type Cable voltage rating Identification markings shall appear at intervals not greater than 5 metres. The cabling design shall be basically according to international standards. In addition the words “Running End” shall be marked on the flange and the direction for rolling shall be indicated by an arrow. The tag shall be a wrap-around type fastened around the neck of the cable. year of manufacture. Each drum shall bear a distinguishing number. cable type. Cables tags shall be polypropylene material or approved equal and shall be placed on every cable entering an equipment room. As an alternative cable identification may be permanently printed on the cable at intervals not exceeding 1 metre. It shall be clearly shown on one flange of the drum. Cables shall be delivered to site on drums and properly protected against mechanical damage.Vol 2 Part 1. gross and net weights. The over sheath shall be distinctively and indelibly marked every metre throughout the entire length of the cable with the length of cable remaining on the drum in metres. The miscellaneous material of the cabling. section and length number. SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . permanently marked on the outside of one flange. the manufacturer’s code to enable identification. manhole or wayside device. The cable ends shall be completely sealed against the environment. Tag nomenclature shall specifically identify the wire and terminal. length. cable ties.Riyadh 4. conductor size. cable glands and wire tags shall also be supplied by Contractor or otherwise specified in the relevant General specifications. such as terminal lugs. Both ends of the cable on the drum shall be accessible for merger testing prior to installation. Tags for identifying individual system components shall be a flat plastic type. hand hole.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the Engineer identification. Tags for identifying individual conductors shall be sleeve type or snap type.doc 22 July 2009 Page 115 / 240 .6 Wire and Cable A minimum service life of 30 years is requested of all wires and cables. or the length of cable remaining on the drum in metres can be calculated according to the start definition of the cable metering marked on the drum. The over sheath of each insulated cable shall be indelibly marked with the manufacturers name or brand name. voltage. number of cores.

Connector cables shall be provided with enough slack to permit withdrawal of assemblies for test. they shall be dissimilar or mechanically keyed so that mistake is avoided. Connectors provided in non-vital circuits shall have a surface leakage distance according to international standards. flame retardant and ultra violet resistant materials. 4.Riyadh 4. At locations where cables are installed in areas subjected to significant and constant vibration. connectors shall have recessed pins and designed so that there is no dangerous touch voltage on exposed pins when disconnected.doc 22 July 2009 Page 116 / 240 .8 Connectors The design shall minimise the different sizes and types of electrical connectors. All connections shall conform to an international or national standard for the termination of wires on a railway system. Unless otherwise approved by the Engineer.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . END OF THE DOCUMENT SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (3602) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . connectors provided in vital circuits shall have a surface leakage distance according to international standards. cable ties shall be of metal or plastic construction type and coated with corrosive resistant flame retardant materials.Vol 2 Part 1. Unless otherwise approved by the Engineer.7 Fastening Cable ties shall be made from corrosive resistant. All connectors shall be identified by number or colour. Where connectors could be mistaken with one another.

TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 1 . .Bouhier 22 July 2009 Date: 22 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 . Revision according to Hill Intl comments Revision: A1 Prepared by Name D.Massat Date 22 July 2009 Signature Checked by L.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Title: OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS SYSTRA Transmitter PHB Phase PE Type O&M Discipline ALL Subject 3609 Doc. Number T Family A1 Revision Document number: KAFD Project It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.Fontaine 22 July 2009 Approved by O. D. / O.Riyadh Revision A0 A1 Date 16/06/2009 22/07/2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author D. M. M.B.

........................................... 123 DIAGNOSTIC TEST EQUIPMENT AND SPECIAL TOOLS MANUALS ......................................................... 124 CAPITAL ASSET REPLACEMENT .................................................................................. 9..... 122 REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL....................2 7........ 119 SPARE PARTS ...............................................4 8........ 119 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................................................................................................................1 7..................................................................................................................... 123 ILLUSTRATED PARTS CATALOGUE ..............................................3 7................................................ 123 DEPOT................... 10................Vol 2 Part 1........................ 120 ADDITIONAL MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS ...........................................doc 22 July 2009 Page 118 / 240 ....................... 2............................................................................................................ 120 REPLENISHMENT OF CONSUMABLES ................... 123 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ..................................................... CATALOGUING AND INVENTORY CONTROL ............................ 6..........................................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.......... 5.............................. INTRODUCTION ........ 120 SPARE PARTS PROCUREMENT................ 121 MAINTENANCE MANUALS.............................. 122 7............. OPERATION INSTRUCTION MANUAL .......................... 3............................................................... 124 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS (3609) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .................................. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT..........KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ............................................... 4........................................................................ 7..................

it must be understood as the operating part of the EPCO Contractor. and provide adequate protection for employees.: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-PE-SYS-DEP-3240-T). OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS (3609) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . the System Assurance Program Plan. Staffing. Introduction This document deals with the various requirements applicable for the operation and maintenance of the systems. The Contractor shall provide to the Employer and the Engineer approval the list and the CV of the proposed high qualified staff at key positions. The high qualified staff and the relevant key position shall be defined by the Contractor and shall be approved by the Employer and the Engineer. The Contractor shall provide high qualified staffs at Key Positions in Operation and Maintenance organisation. provide for System safety. Thereafter. Spare parts management. as necessary. as necessary. which shall have to be approved by the Employer and Engineer. Consideration to RAM and Safety requirements… System): Maintenance Program and Plan shall be proposed to the Engineer within 90 days following the issuance of the NTP and submitted to the Engineer for approval. shall particularly detail the following points: Organisation. the Contractor shall also make reference to the Depot Specification (ref. 2. The proposed high qualified staffs shall have experience at key positions in operating management and in under mentioned operation activities of a similar Transit system. Scheduling. Operation Program and Plan shall be proposed to the Engineer within 90 days following the issuance of the NTP and submitted to the Engineer for approval.Vol 2 Part 1. the Project Assurance Management Plan. Operation and Maintenance The Contractor shall develop and implement comprehensive Operation and Maintenance Programs and Plans for the System facilities and systems. The Maintenance Program. maximise availability. The Maintenance Program shall comply with the requirement specified in the Operation Plan and Maintenance Plan. which shall minimise operating costs and life cycle maintenance costs. Computerised Maintenance management (Maintenance Management Development and maintenance of the Maintenance Management System. facilities. when “the Operator” or the “O&M Contractor” appears. it shall be revised and updated.Riyadh 1. All the high qualified staffs at Key Positions shall be subject to interview to the Employer and the Engineer approval. In this document. For the development and the implementation of the Maintenance Program. equipment and parts.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 22 July 2009 Page 119 / 240 . Thereafter. maximise reliability and convenience of service for passengers. it shall be revised and updated.

safe and efficient operation. The list shall be arranged by assemblies and OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS (3609) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . The Contractor shall replenish all spare parts used by him at his own expense. The Inventory shall encompass all spare parts and consumables in inventory. The Contractor shall manage the inventory on a first-in-first-out basis.Riyadh 3. Replenishment of Consumables The Maintenance Program shall require the Contractor to monitor the use of spare parts and consumable items in conjunction with its reliability and maintainability programs. shall be equal to or better than the original equipment parts. based on the experience gained during System maintenance under the Contract. categorized by subsystem. the Contractor shall ensure sufficient and necessary spare parts are available for correct. including quality problems. and to maintain an adequate supply of replacements on hand at all times. such that the oldest items in inventory are used first. All spare parts used by the Contractor may be drawn from the Employer’s inventory of spares (by agreement of the Engineer) delivered under this Contract. damages his own parts during testing and commissioning. issuance. special tools and test & diagnostic equipment. purchase. The Contractor shall provide a preliminary Spare Parts and Tools lists at tender stage that the Employer may choose to include fully or partly in the contractual set of documents. and shall further provide that no items are retained in inventory that have exceeded their specified shelf life. which shall be updated annually. The Contractor shall provide to the Engineer a complete Inventory of Items. The Contractor shall adjust the required inventory of spare parts and consumables to maintain required System Service Availability. whether new or remanufactured. In case the Contractor. these parts have to be replaced without cost impact for the Employer. Spare Parts to be carried in stock for use during any typical year of the maintenance period. Details are defined in the respective Particular Specifications. 5. current price. The Contractor shall provide spare parts as follows: 1. Spare Parts for the operation in accordance with the outline maintenance strategy. All spare parts. Items removed from inventory in the course of repairs shall be replaced by the Contractor. storage. which shall comprise specification. manufacturer.Vol 2 Part 1. Spare Parts The Contractor shall be responsible for providing spare parts. In all cases. and listed with the product or part name. Spare Parts Procurement. in connection with the equipment to be provided under the Contract. and quantity on hand. source. model or part number. The spare parts and the special tools and test & diagnostic equipment shall be supplied before the System Testing and Commissioning phase. and use of spare replacement parts. inspection. in accordance with the Project Program.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 2. 4. Cataloging and Inventory Control The Maintenance Program to be prepared by the Contractor shall require implementation of an integrated materials procurement and inventory control program.doc 22 July 2009 Page 120 / 240 . by his own fault. assembly or component.

Stations shall be thoroughly cleaned weekly. Station equipment shall be operational at all times and shall be functionally checked on a daily basis. The Contractor shall maintain an inventory of spare parts and consumables at the level specified for initial provisioning and shall. noise. specific minimum maintenance requirements for selected System elements are provided below. and shall be maintained according to best industry practices. 6. and assembly instructions in the maintenance manuals.The Contractor shall schedule litter pick up at least daily. Graffiti shall be removed before the start of the following day's operations or at a maximum within 24 hours of discovery or notification. Vehicles . The Contractor shall plan a regular Program of permanent way treatment to address the noise issue. pictorials. and special track work shall be visually inspected at least weekly. upon completion of the Contract.doc 22 July 2009 Page 121 / 240 .Riyadh subassemblies corresponding to the expanded assembly drawings. and to ensure that an adequate margin of safety against guidance defect is preserved. Defective lights shall be replaced within 24 hours of discovery or notification. vibration and safety criteria. Safety criteria shall be developed by the Contractor as part of the Safety Certification process. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS (3609) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 1. Track shall be maintained as required to meet the ride.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . provide to the Engineer a complete inventory of spare parts and consumables at the initial provisioning level or such revised provisioning level as may be approved by the Engineer. Before the handover of Stations and Other Areas Accessible to the Public . Additional Maintenance Requirements As a supplement to preventive maintenance requirements which should be established by the Contractor. The Table below provides a sample set of standards to be used until an alternate agreement is reached. All spares shall have the same configuration or modification status as the comparable items in active service.Standards for passenger amenities and safety shall be achieved before a vehicle can enter service. All running track. The Contractor and the Engineer shall agree on the standards for passenger amenities. Holes in fences and defective security lighting must be repaired without delay.

For each subsystem. 7. particularly if they cause vibration or generate excessive noise to suit ambient Visual/audible Communication Doors HVAC Interior Lighting Seats Stanchions .Internal fittings Wheels Other Rolling Stock requirements are given in the relevant specifications. and procedures for isolating minor faults Emergency procedures.doc 22 July 2009 Page 122 / 240 . OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS (3609) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Shall be secure and present no hazard to passengers Vehicle shall not be permitted to enter service with badly flattened wheels. the following manuals are required: Operation Instruction Manual Repair and Maintenance Manual Illustrated Parts Catalogue Diagnostic Test Equipment Manual Special Tools Manuals.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1 Operation Instruction Manual The Operation Instruction Manual shall contain all information needed to operate the equipment and shall include at least the following information: General familiarization material Location. graffiti free and in good condition. 7. dirty or damaged seats are permitted. and operation of pertinent subsystems Setup and shutdown procedures Trouble symptoms.Vol 2 Part 1. Shall be operational Shall be operational temperature. Maintenance Manuals The Contractor shall provide 10 full hard copy sets of maintenance manuals written in English for every element of the System. diagnostic methods. The Contractor shall implement a formal document control system to ensure that all manuals are kept up to date and are correctly and properly revised. No torn. function. The functional requirements of the various manuals are described below. Shall be operational Shall be in good condition.Riyadh Vehicle Passenger Amenities Standards Item Carbody exterior Requirement Shall be clean. Equipment covers properly latched. locked and secure Shall be operational and in good condition.

adjust. inspecting. The OCC shall be located in the same infrastructure. Air conditioning. The Contractor shall provide at tender stage a first estimate of the required power supply. the Contractor shall provide a proposed layout and full list of all necessary equipment and facilities. original manufacturers part number. The manual shall expand on the information provided in the Operation Instruction Manual and shall include basic schematic and block diagrams as applicable to provide fault diagnosis information appropriate for in-service maintenance. The Contractor shall implement a formal asset management system to assure that tools and equipment are regularly inspected.4 Diagnostic Test Equipment and Special Tools Manuals The Diagnostic Test Equipment and Special Tools Manuals shall provide application. The Manual shall provide all information needed for repair and trouble diagnosis of each replaceable unit. operation. maintain and control all the special tools and equipment necessary to maintain every element of the System down to the lowest level replaceable unit and for any maintenance services. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS (3609) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . repair. The Contractor shall provide all the equipment and facilities necessary to operate and maintain the System and its infrastructures. Assigned part number shall be subject to Engineer’s approval. In his proposal. schematic drawings. Each subsystem assembly and part to the level of the lowest replaceable component shall be referenced by assigned part number and. maintain. tested. inspection. where applicable. and overhaul the component. replace. Illustrated part breakdowns shall be detailed enough to identify each individual part. repair. defective or sub-standard tools and equipment from use for repair before damage can be caused to equipment or injury caused to staff.3 Illustrated Parts Catalogue The Illustrated Parts Catalogue shall be indexed by subsystem. The Contractor shall make formal arrangements to withdraw damaged. 8.doc 22 July 2009 Page 123 / 240 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Catalogues shall include illustrated part breakdowns and schematic drawings to facilitate descriptions of parts and assemblies. and adjusting.Riyadh 7. troubleshooting. The manuals shall also contain DTE replacement parts information. usage. Equivalent parts available from other manufacturers shall be identified. and storage instructions. and calibrated. Depot. 7. troubleshoot. The manual shall contain detailed flow charts. and detailed analyses related to each component so that maintenance personnel in the future shall be able to effectively service.Vol 2 Part 1. The Contractor shall obtain. water and other utilities deemed necessary. 7. adjustment. inspect. Tools and Equipment Depot boundaries and other depot characteristics are described in the relevant specification. maintenance.2 Repair and Maintenance Manual The Repair and Maintenance Manual shall provide all information needed for troubleshooting in-service failures and for performing routine maintenance.

scheduling.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Capital Asset Replacement The Contractor shall develop a Capital Asset Replacement Program to provide for the replacement of major facility and system components at the end of the components’ service life. Resource management. In its Tender. and control. Materials management. Asset management. Facilities Management System The Contractor shall develop and provide a computer-based Facilities Management System which shall encompass the following functional areas: Work planning. Technical incident control. This Program shall be separate and distinct from other maintenance activities which are planned and preventive in nature.Riyadh 9. 10.doc 22 July 2009 Page 124 / 240 . the Contractor shall propose a Capital Asset replacement programme. Cost and budgetary control. END OF THE DOCUMENT OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS (3609) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 1.

. M. Massat Date 22 July 2009 Signature Checked by L.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . D.M. / O. Fontaine 22 July 2009 Approved by O.Riyadh Revision A0 A1 Date 16/06/2009 22/07/2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author D. Number T Family A1 Revision It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.Bouhier 22 July 2009 Date: 22 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 .GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Title: Document number: KAFD Project SYSTRA Transmitter INTERFACE MANAGEMENT PHB Phase PE Type INT Discipline ALL Subject 3603 Doc. Revision according to Hill Intl comments Revision: A1 Prepared by Name D.TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 1 .B.

........................................................ 128 3.....................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .................................. 127 SYSTEM INTERFACES AND COORDINATION ........ MEANS AND PROCEDURES .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 130 4.........................1 OBJECTIVES AND TASKS .................................................................................................. INTERFACE RESOLUTION PROCESS ... 134 5.....4 Permit Process ..........................................................................1 Interface Register.........2.............................................................................................................................. 133 5............................................... INTERFACE CONTROL PLAN ..............................................................................................................................................................................4............................ 135 6.................................................................................... INTERFACES CONTROL PROCESS ......................3 Co-ordination Drawings..................2 6................. 128 3.............................................2 DESIGN / CONSTRUCTION INTERFACE ....................... INTERFACE MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS .................................................2.... 130 3....Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1..............................................................................................................................................................................2............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3 COORDINATION WITH OTHER PROJECTS ......... 135 INTERFACE CHANGE PROCESS ........................... 135 INTERFACE MEETINGS ............................ 130 3.................................................2 CONTRACTOR INTERNAL INTERFACES ......................................................... INTRODUCTION .........2 Interface Management .................. 127 GLOSSARY ........................................................................................................................................................1 6........................1....................1 Objectives.............2 Interface Specification .................. 133 5..................... 128 3......................4.................................................................................. 133 5................................................ 128 3.......1 Interface Classification .......................... 132 5....................................................................................................................................................................................... 133 5...........Vol 2 Part 1............................ 130 3.................................1 Introduction ...................3 Relationships with other documents............................................................. 131 4..2 Tasks .................................. 130 3........... 133 5........................................... 133 5...........................................3 6.............................................................................................................................................................2 Agreements................4 PUBLIC AND PRIVATE FACILITIES AND AGENCIES ................................2...............................................................................................2.......................... 129 3......4.......................3 CONTRACTOR EXTERNAL INTERFACES .......... 131 4.........................doc 22 July 2009 Page 126 / 240 ....... 3...............1................................................................. 135 MONTHLY REPORT ...............1 Construction Activities.......... 136 INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master ....1.......1..........................................................................................3 Emergency Evacuation .....................1 GENERAL .................................................. 2.............................................................................4...................................................... 131 4.................................. 133 5............ 134 6................... 135 APPENDIX 1...................... 130 3.....................................................................4 7............................................2 METHODS...................................................

Riyadh 1. Tests and Acceptance Work Breakdown Structure INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . when “the Operator” or the “O&M Contractor” appears.Vol 2 Part 1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Glossary AC CDRL DCP DMIS EMC EMI EN HVAC IEC ISDP LSFH NFPA MMS MTTR NTP OCC PMP PVC RAM RAMS SIL SAMP SAP TOC UIC VTA WBS Alternative current Contract Deliverable Requirements List Design Control Point Database Management Information System Electro Magnetic Compatibility Electro Magnetic Interference European Standard Heating. Introduction This document addresses the various issues pertaining to the interfaces management.doc 22 July 2009 Page 127 / 240 . Ventilation . Fume and Halogen National Fire Protection Association Maintenance Management System Mean Time To Repair Notification to proceed Operation Control Centre Project Management Plan Polyvinyl Chloride Reliability Availability Maintainability Reliability Availability Maintainability Safety Safety Integrity Level System Assurance Monitoring Plan System Assurance Plan Take Over Certificate International Union of Railways Verification.Air Conditioning International Electrotechnical Convention Integrated System Demonstration Program Low Smoke. 2. it must be understood as the operating part of the EPCO Contractor. In this document.

as described in the Appendix C “Interface Management Requirement”. The Contractor shall establish and maintain a systematic. and verifiable systems integration process to be applied throughout the duration of the Contract. At a minimum. it is a broad description focused on general interface areas. chilled water provider. comprehensive. the right-of-way.Riyadh 3.doc 22 July 2009 Page 128 / 240 . rather. System Interfaces and Coordination 3. or other work being provided by others.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2. documented. • station and automatic fare vending and collection. traffic. 3. This process shall ensure that interfaces and interaction between infrastructure. communities. road traffic management. • track and power supply. the Contractor's system integration effort shall systematically identify and formally document all human interfaces with the elements of the System and all interfaces with external systems.1 General The Contractor shall be responsible for all Work required to design.Vol 2 Part 1. - INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . equipment. are mainly between : • civil works and track. which have to be completed by the Contractor.1 Interface Classification Interfaces can be separated into two parts: external interfaces. build. Riyadh Civil Defence. and operations and maintenance personnel have been identified and engineered to function together as a system. with power or water suppliers. This Section is not intended to provide the Contractor with a detailed description of all such interfaces. data. • track and vehicle. External systems interfaces include other facilities. and carry out the necessary tests or other verification to demonstrate that every element functions and performs properly. all concerned Authorities. with the exception of those tasks explicitly identified and defined in the Contract Documents as the responsibility of the Engineer or others. services. and data provided by others. This Section reminds the interfaces between System elements provided by the Contractor and any infrastructure. the surrounding communities. facilities. both individually and as part of the complete System. facilities. and all facilities. software. and coordinate with the Engineer to identify and successfully comply with all interface requirements in order to perform all Work required to render a System that fulfils the provisions of the Contract. • vehicle and signalling. developers (existing and future) along the project area internal interfaces. and other agencies affected by the System. subsystems. and maintain the System. review the Reference Drawings and other drawings and documentation provided by the Engineer. The Contractor shall coordinate all System interfaces so that the System is properly integrated into the project area. Riyadh Police. 3.2 Design / Construction Interface The Contractor shall be responsible for identifying and resolving all interfaces which contribute to achievement of the overall System performance requirements or other Contract requirements. The Contractor shall inspect the related work. The Contractor shall define methods to confirm compatibility between System elements.

or if such information provided by the Contractor is incorrect or subsequently changed. signalling. so as to minimize them. utilities. Technical and functional interfaces comprise. lighting. power supply to signalling for stopping point update. the Contractor shall be responsible for all facility and equipment redesign and rework. with drainage and irrigation if needed. but not be limited to: track layout. The Contractor shall also be responsible for any delay to others caused by delaying the delivery of information. the Contractor shall. systems.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . or for modifying any facility. Potential location conflicts shall be addressed through the production and analysis of Combined Works Drawings that shall include. fixed and lit signals. 3. vehicle protection to vehicle for speed control and etc. depending on whether they represent a potential location conflict or they consist of technical or functional exchanges. INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . or by subsequently changing information for which the Contractor is responsible. However. the Riyadh Police.Vol 2 Part 1. or for modifying its Work or any Contractor-provided subsystem to match the facility. If the Contractor fails to provide necessary interface information. such as cable troughs. new interface or interface modifications can occur at construction stages. greenery and trees. whether the impacted facility and equipment are the responsibility of the Contractor or others. The Contractor shall participate in coordination meetings with the Engineer to develop and finalize all designs and interfaces as required. electromechanical station devices. and Telecom Authorities. by providing incorrect information. ground level and buried facilities. The Contractor shall notify the Engineer as soon as any interface information changes or is found to be incorrect. investigate the interaction between interfacing elements. the chilled water provider(s). at an early stage of the design and procurement processes. These interfaces shall be addressed in two separate ways. The contractor shall in each of these late cases define a specific interface management plan that shall address technical modification impacts and schedule impacts. The Contractor shall add other interfaces during the progress of the design. to verify that the design characteristics of the individual elements have been correctly specified. or subsystems to match systems or subsystems provided by the Contractor. drop-off and entrances services dedicated to subsystems.2. access hatches. cable pipes. He is supposed to have all interfaces identified and addressed at the end of final design. power supply to electromechanical. the Employer Departments. Updates of the Design/Construction Interface Management Plan shall be provided by the Contractor whenever significant changes are made to the System or the Project Schedule. as examples : data transmitted to OCC from power supply. Particular Attention shall be given to the interfaces with external service providers and mainly the electricity provider(s).doc 22 July 2009 Page 129 / 240 .Riyadh • signalling and OCC.2 Interface Management For each of the interfaces identified by the Contractor.

water. bus transit operations. 3. 3. and other transportation services. and gas. in every area that he is responsible for during works. the Contractor shall encounter specific work requirements intended at coordinating the present project and the surrounding ones. The Employer shall provide in due time as accurate as possible information about these forthcoming programs. procedures. 3. as appropriate to provide for completion of the System.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .3 Coordination with Other Projects Due to the important development works that are undertaken in the KAFD monorail – Riyadh area. sewer.4. The Contractor shall obtain all the necessary permits with the support of the Engineer. and other services along and adjacent to all public and private property affected by the construction of the System.2 Agreements The Contractor shall support the Employer in negotiating agreements with the affected public and private agencies.doc 22 July 2009 Page 130 / 240 .4 Permit Process The Contractor shall identify with the Engineer and the Employer the permits required for implementation of the System. The contractor shall also supply in due time all the necessary information (especially design) in order not to delay these Projects nor the present Transit Project. including electricity.4. and procedures with the Engineer and the Employer. security. 3.4.Riyadh 3.Vol 2 Part 1. points. pedestrian access.1 Construction Activities The Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining traffic.4. costs. INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . to define responsibilities. The Contractor shall check the interfaces with the works in progress or already completed and shall coordinate its activities with others in accordance with the Engineer.3 Emergency Evacuation The Contractor shall coordinate evacuation walkways. doors. and schedules.4 Public and Private Facilities and Agencies 3. utilities. The Contractor shall complete all necessary design and implementation activities to meet this requirement.

gas and other utilities. subsystem. However. and any facility not provided within the project area. the City’s water and sewer systems. electric. telephone. including interfaces not yet identified. These Interface Control Documents (ICD) shall be maintained current throughout the Contract period and be included as design data at all design reviews. Interface Management requirements 4.Riyadh 4.doc 22 July 2009 Page 131 / 240 . no interface agreements either internal or external shall be at the expense of the Employer or the Engineer.1. Upon approval of any system. the City’s fire and police departments (Civil Defence). subject to the Engineer acceptance. The Contractor shall provide a Design/Construction Interface Document. In the course of complying with the provisions of this Contract.2 Contractor Internal Interfaces Interfaces between Civil works and Transport System works form a very important part of the Works Interfaces due to their complexity. regarding the interface of the system with the right-of-way and any infrastructure contained therein. the total ICD shall be subject to Configuration Management system control unless specifically excluded by the Employer as a result of a Contractor request. equipment. Interface Control Documents (Interface Control Plan and Interface Register) shall be developed by the Contractor and approved by the Engineer. The Lead Contractor inside the Contractor has the full responsibility for clarification and for achieving agreements. It shall be submitted to the Employer and the Engineer for review and approval. the process by which interfaces are identified and controlled. or services of organisations located within the project area. Updates shall be provided by the Contractor when significant schedule or project changes are made. It is the responsibility of the Lead Contractor and the (sub)contractors and partner(s) to identify and find optimal solutions to all interfaces and achieve internal mutual agreement hereon in due time. or assembly contained in any ICD as a design baseline. agreed upon and controlled. INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . any adjoining facilities. This document gives guidance for identifying each specific interface and provides the procedure to be set in forth by the Contractor by which each interface shall be defined. It is necessary that all interfaces be identified and controlled to assure that the design at the interface is understood and agreed to by affected parties and changes to one side of the interface are accepted and accommodated by the opposing interface. The Contractor shall include in the Configuration Management Plan.Vol 2 Part 1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 4. various physical and performance interfaces of the Contractor’s developed equipment may depend on facilities.1 Introduction The majority of interfaces exist within the Contract between the Contractor and its subcontractors and suppliers while the remainder exists between the Contractor and with other third parties.

Riyadh The interfaces dealt with in the tender documents are not conclusive. Where coordination with the affected organization is warranted by the Contract. as the full details of interfaces requirements shall not become available until later in the design. Riyadh Police.doc 22 July 2009 Page 132 / 240 . These interfaces shall be included on a document suitable for obtaining approval of the affected interface and shall be provided to the Engineer. this coordination shall be via the assigned Employer or Engineer Counterpart. The Contractor shall establish processes by which interfaces between the Contractor activities and its subcontractors and suppliers are identified and controlled.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 1. These processes shall include the means by which concurrence of each side of the interface is obtained. 4. Riyadh Civil Defence. These identified interface agreements shall be made available at each design review. all concerned Authorities. The external interfaces are involving.3 Contractor External Interfaces The Contractor shall identify all interfaces which may affect organizations not under the control of the Contractor. but not limited to power or water suppliers. road traffic management. chilled water provider. developers (existing and future) along the project area INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .

doc 22 July 2009 Page 133 / 240 .1 Objectives The objective of the Interface Management Plan is to avoid design conflicts which may cause redesign. The Interface Management Plan allows to: be informed at any time of the status of the interface resolution. Safety & Security Program Plan.1. Change Control Procedure.Riyadh 5. reconstruction. Verification Tests Acceptance Plan.2 Tasks To achieve the objective of the Interface Management Plan. This list is for information purpose only and is not conclusive. the interface is then closed. 5.3 Relationships with other documents The Interface Management Plan is in relationship with the following documents: Project Management Plan. Appendix 1 shows a list of Interfaces which shall have to be dealt with during the Detailed design and following phases. the following tasks have to be performed: Identification of interfaces. System Assurance Program Plan. Recording of data in the Interface Register. Configuration Management Plan.2. track possible changes. Interface Control Plan 5. means and procedures 5. At Design phase the Interface Register shows the information needed from other Disciplines for each particular design. delay and additional cost.1. In addition.1.1 Objectives and Tasks 5. Monitoring of the interface resolution. Quality Assurance / QC Plan.2 Methods.1 Interface Register The Interface Register consists of a list of all interfaces. INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . monitor that all requirements have been agreed upon. It is used as an interface checklist that must be taken into account in order to produce both a co-ordinated design and construction.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 5. 5. Supervision of the implementation of agreed interface resolutions. When all information provided has been checked and the interface has been integrated into the design.Vol 2 Part 1.

3 Co-ordination Drawings Co-ordination drawings are to be prepared at the different stages of design to show interface resolution: Directive Drawings.Vol 2 Part 1. Co-ordination Layout (Combined Service Drawings) at the Detailed Design stage.2.Riyadh The Contractor has the full responsibility for agreeing all interface requirements also for as yet unidentified interfaces.doc 22 July 2009 Page 134 / 240 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Co-ordination Typical Cross-Sections at the Preliminary Design stage. The Interface Specification gives a detailed description of the interfaces occurring amongst the different Disciplines in terms of design. 5. 5.2. procurement (work-scope allocation) and the construction/installation programme. INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .2 Interface Specification Interface Specifications are to be prepared at Detailed Design and Construction stages.

A summary of any new interface identified during the period. the discipline leaders involved must discuss the issue. An exception report highlighting any problem in solving critical interfaces.1 Interface Resolution Process When an interface between two disciplines has been identified. 6.2 Interface Change Process After agreement has been reached on the requirements relating to an interface.3 Interface Meetings Monthly interface meetings are to be organised at the Detailed Design and Construction stage. Any other interface matter that might affect the progress of the works. Interfaces Control Process 6. either party may propose a change according to the change control procedure. 6.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 6.Vol 2 Part 1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 135 / 240 . This section shall comprise: a) b) c) d) A summary of the number of interfaces identified from each CWC/E&M Supplier and of the interfaces progress resolution.4 Monthly Report A section of the minutes of the monthly meeting shall serve as monthly report. resolve the interface and implement the conclusions and requirements. INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .Riyadh 6.

doc 22 July 2009 Page 136 / 240 .2 2.1. TS INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . life time.3 Provides detailed design descriptions and calculations relating to operation risk assessment of the CW structures and installations (e.1. Performs the overall operation risk assessment for the system. Mean time Between Failure.1 Safety Assessment The layout and location of the major fix points shall be coordinated CW 2.1.4 Requirements for information for the overall operation risk assessment must be coordinated.Vol 2 Part 1. Responsible for collecting the safety documentation.1.2 Safety Assessment 2. 1.1.1. Appendix 1 General Design Interfaces between Civil Works and the Transportation System N° Subject Fix points 1.g.1 Fix points Physical interface Civil Works CW Responsible for calculating setting out data and construction of major fix points Transit System TS The data for the major fix points shall be handed over the Transit System CW Engineering Interface Description Resp. TS TS CW 2.Riyadh 7.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .) Responsible for the track alignment for all tracks. rules and restrictions necessary to design the track alignment.Vol 2 Part 1. TS General Design Interfaces between Civil Works and the Transportation System N° Subject Fix points 4.1 Cable Ways Physical interface Civil Works CW Provides cables ducts Transit System TS The CW is responsible for the coordination of CW Engineering Interface Description Resp.2.1.2 Location of all equipment shall be coordinated to ensure the applicability of Transit Vehicles and maintenance vehicles. TS provides the CW with all requirements.Riyadh General Design Interfaces between Civil Works and the Transportation System N° Subject Fix points 3.1. This includes sufficient space between the tracks for uninterrupted electrification of crossovers and diamonds Responsible for laying of tracks.doc 22 July 2009 Page 137 / 240 . 3. TS Transit System TS Engineering Interface Description Resp.1 Track alignment Physical interface Civil Works CW failure modes etc.

dimension. frequency.2.Vol 2 Part 1. bending radii etc. Engineering Interface Description Resp.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh General Design Interfaces between Civil Works and the Transportation System N° Subject Fix points Physical interface Civil Works CW and underpasses for CW and TS cables in CW structures and cable ways for CW cables outside structures. Transit System TS sizes. .doc 22 July 2009 Page 138 / 240 Physical interface Civil Works CW Transit System TS Engineering Interface Description Resp.2. locations and the use of common ducts and underpasses under the between tracks.2 Provides cable ducts. TS 4. and special requirements to electrical equipment. 4.3 TS General Design Interfaces between Civil Works and the Transportation System N° Subject Fix points Stations INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . TS provides CW with the requirements for the longitudinal TS cable ways and other TS cable ways in terms of location. cable ways and underpasses for TS cables outside CW structures.

TSC must inform the CW about the final space requirements and requirements for structural adaptation to the electrical equipment.1.Riyadh General Design Interfaces between Civil Works and the Transportation System N° Subject Fix points 6.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . length and height and with the right distance to the track center line according to tolerances.1.1 Space Requirements Physical interface Civil Works CW Responsible for final layout of stations the the Transit System TS Coordination is necessary in order to develop the layout of the stations.2. TSC informs the CW about the weight of all equipment and transport ways for installation and maintenance CW Engineering Interface Description Resp.2 CW 6.2.1. 6.2.2 TS 6.1 Platforms Provides platforms in the right width. Provides inserts for platform station doors CW 6.3 TS 6.3 Provides platform stations doors including all electrical and mechanical equipment and installations 22 July 2009 Page 139 / 240 TS INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 1.doc .

General Design Interfaces between Civil Works and the Transportation System N° Subject Fix points 7.4 Physical interface Civil Works CW Transit System TS TS must inform the CW about design and construction details of the platform station doors. CW Engineering Interface Description Resp. Transit System TS Expansion joint type and numbers must be coordinated including special conditions for cables at joints.doc 22 July 2009 Page 140 / 240 .Riyadh General Design Interfaces between Civil Works and the Transportation System N° Subject Fix points 6.1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2. Provides track structure including expansion joints in rails and guard rails.1 Viaducts Expansion Joints Physical interface Civil Works CW Provides construction expansion joints enabling movements due to temperature differences.Vol 2 Part 1.2 TS N° General Design Interfaces between Civil Works and the Transportation System Physical interface Engineering Interface INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .1. 7. TS Engineering Interface Description Resp.

) must be coordinated.1 Power Supply Earthing and Equipotential Bonding (including lightning protection) Civil Works CW Provides Earthing and Equipotential bonding of the viaduct.3 CW 8.5 TS 8. CW buildings and constructions and civil related equipment.1. 8. Provides connection facilities to building earth for TS Provides earthing and equipment. Requirements for earthing and equipotential bonding (e.Riyadh Subject Fix points 8.doc 22 July 2009 Page 141 / 240 .2. Responsible for establishment of a second earthing system apart from traction earth (building earth).2 CW 8. second earthing system apart from traction earth.4 TS 8.1 TS INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .1. earthing of cable screens etc.1.1.1. Stray current protection Responsible for limiting stray currents to an acceptable level Transit System TS CW Description Resp.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 1.g. equipotential bonding of TS equipment and provides equipment for earth potential supervision. electrically connected reinforcement.

2 Provides circuit breakers in main boards and underlying equipment for TS low voltage installations TS informs the CW about his requirements to the lighting in technical rooms and in the depot TS 8. Escalators.1.3.2 Lighting Installations Provides all installations lighting CW TS General Design Interfaces between Civil Works and the Transportation System N° Subject 9.Vol 2 Part 1.1 Low Voltage Equipment Civil Works CW Provides main boards for low voltage consumption's and all underlying equipment for CW low voltage installations Transit System TS Coordination concerning selectivity etc.4.1 Electronics ECMS Equipment Physical interface CW Provides all equipment for CW local control systems (ventilation. CW INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . must be done by the CW CW Engineering Interface Description Resp. 8.doc .3.1 8. 22 July 2009 Page 142 / 240 Engineering Interface TS Description Resp.Riyadh General Design Interfaces between Civil Works and the Transportation System Physical interface N° Subject Fix points 8.4.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . drainage.

4 TS 9.Vol 2 Part 1.1.3 Physical interface CW TS . The TS is responsible for the compatibility of the signal interchange between the CW and the TS equipment.Riyadh General Design Interfaces between Civil Works and the Transportation System etc…) 9.7 CW informs the TS about the intended functionality of the CW systems and the number and type of signals that has to be interchanged between the central ECMS system and the local CW controls.1.6 9.2 TS General Design Interfaces between the Civil Work and the Transportation System Contracts N° Subject 9. CW TS TS Electromagnetic INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . CW 9.1.1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 143 / 240 .1.1. Provides all cabling and connections for the CW signals to be collected in ECMS substations and fibre optic patch panels Provides all cabling (Serial or hardwired) and connections for signals between the central ECMS system and the ECMS substations or fibre optic patch panels (Serial or hardwired) Engineering Interface Description Resp.5 9. The contractors shall agree upon common hardware / software standards and protocols for the ECMS system.

Engineering Interface Description Resp.Vol 2 Part 1. . CW General Design Interfaces between the Civil Work and the Transportation System Contracts N° Subject 10.doc 22 July 2009 Page 144 / 240 .Riyadh General Design Interfaces between the Civil Work and the Transportation System Contracts N° Subject 10.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1. Engineering Interface Description Resp. INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .1 Compatibility EMC Physical interface CW Provides all the necessary initiatives to achieve acceptable EMC conditions for CW equipment TS .1. TS 10. Engineering Interface Description Resp.1.3 TS General Design Interfaces between the Civil Work and the Transportation System Contracts N° Subject Climatic Physical interface CW TS .2 Physical interface CW TS Provides all the necessary initiatives to achieve acceptable EMC conditions for TS equipment Electromagnetic interference plans shall be exchanged to ensure that the overall system can achieve full EMC certification.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 22 July 2009 Page 145 / 240 .Riyadh 11.1.1 conditions Traction power equipment rooms Provides sufficient ventilation to keep suitable room temperature The final climatic conditions requirements and heat generation must be supplied by the TS CW 11.2 TS INTERFACE MANAGEMENT (3603) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .1.Vol 2 Part 1.

B.GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Title: TRAINING SYSTEMS AND E&M Document number: KAFD Project SYSTRA Transmitter PHB Phase PE Type S&E Discipline ALL Subject 3601 Doc.Riyadh Revision A0 A1 Date 16/06/2009 22/07/2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author D. Number T Family A1 Revision It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 1 . Revision according to Hill Intl comments Revision: A1 Prepared by Name D.Bouhier 22 July 2009 Date: 22 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 .M. . M. / O.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Fontaine 22 July 2009 Approved by O. Massat Date 22 July 2009 Signature Checked by L. D.

General Training Manuals Training Program Administration for training Training Costs TRAINING (3601) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . 2.Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 4.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 5. 3.Vol 2 Part 1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 147 / 240 .

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1. General
In this document, when “the Operator” or the “O&M Contractor” appears, it must be understood as the operating part of the EPCO Contractor.

The Contractor shall develop and provide all training Programs and instructional materials to train the Operator, Key Instructors to operate and maintain the System. The training courses shall be developed to provide training in operation and maintenance. The Contractor shall develop a Training Plan for the Employer and the Engineer approval. Training shall be conducted under the responsibility of the Contractor. Courses shall include classroom and hands-on training. The training courses shall incorporate the use of the supplied subsystems documentation and manuals and techniques. The training course plan shall be proposed by the Contractor and subject to approval by the Employer and the Engineer. If after the completion of relevant training courses, substantial modifications are made to the supplied subsystems configuration, the Contractor shall provide extended, or additional training for the modified part of the subsystem as deemed necessary by the Engineer

2. Training Program
The Contractor shall develop a complete, detailed training Program for the Employer and the Engineer approval. The Program shall also provide for: Materials: Student and Instructors materials shall be provided by the Contractor. Schedule: A schedule will be presented in consultation with and for approval by the Engineer. The training schedule shall support attendance of more than one course by the same individual, e.g., one participant may attend operation and maintenance training without schedule conflict or discontinuity. Training facilities: All training shall be performed at the best suitable place and time. All courses and instruction under the Contractor’s responsibility shall be presented by a member of the Contractor's training staff. Training staff shall have previous training experience and relevant experience with the supplied subsystems equipment. Instructors shall have a complete and thorough knowledge of the subjects covered by the course and a familiarity with the manuals, handbooks, guides, tools, test equipment, and other aids used in the presentation, of the course or the troubleshooting or repair of the equipment subject of the course. Instruction shall be given in English or Arabic according to the following requirements: o For position requiring colleges and university degrees such as Management, Engineering and administration: Training/documentation in English.

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For position involving contact with the general public or other government agencies (i.e. Security, OCC, Customer service, Fare inspection, station Manager…): training/documentation shall be bilingual Arabic/English. The number of training aids and other materials shall be adequate for the number of trainees attending the course. o The existing equipment, e.g. special tools, workshop equipment etc., shall be used during training. The Contractor will develop courses of instruction in System familiarisation, operation and maintenance. a) b) c) System Familiarisation: Operation System Maintenance

3. Training Manuals
The Contractor shall provide training manuals three months before the start of a classroom instruction. The training manuals shall be prepared specifically for use as training aids. Reference manuals, e.g. operation manuals, maintenance manuals, catalogues, etc, shall be used as supplementary training material but, shall not be used as the primary training manual unless the relevant descriptions are detailed enough. Principal training documents shall be tailored to reflect the Engineer supplied subsystems equipment and requirements in its final configuration. The Contractor shall submit copies of all instructors’ material and training aids, as well as training manuals and other pertinent course material prior to the commencement of the relevant course. After the completion of the training, the instructor's material, training manuals and training aids shall become the property of the Employer. Throughout the Contract period, it shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to supply the Engineer with all changes and revisions to any of the course materials.

4. Administration for training
The Contractor shall be responsible for: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Reception, hotel (3 or 4 stars international standard, when applicable) and travel arrangements for each trainee in cities other than Riyadh. Providing third party liability, medical and hospitalisation insurance at no cost for the Employer or the Employer’s trainees; General welfare of trainees under his control. Emergency repatriation of the Engineer’s trainees as requested by the Engineer. Repatriation procedures for the Employer and Engineer’s approval. These procedures will enable the Contractor to control and repatriate as necessary, those trainees found not to be responding to the training requirements as a result of: a) b) c) d) Aptitude. Discipline. Incorrect selection. Other justifiable cause.

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5. Training Costs
The Contractor will pay all costs of trainees: round trip air fare (on the base of the economic class) from Riyadh to overseas training destination, accommodation/living expenses and other miscellaneous personnel costs. For training in Riyadh, the Contractor will provide adequate offices, classrooms and classroom facilities at his own expense. The Contractor shall pay all costs for: Classroom training courses run or organised by the Contractor overseas, Instructional materials, manuals, textbooks, publications, training aids, training-related equipment and all classroom, laboratory, workshop, demonstration area etc, Instructional materials, manuals and training aids in Riyadh, Courses in professional organisations and institutions, Contractor’s training instructors.

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Revision A0 A1

Date 16/06/2009 22/07/2009 First issue

Subject of issue / Revision

Author D.M. D.M. / O.B.

Revision according to Hill Intl comments

Revision:

A1 Prepared by

Name D. Massat

Date 22 July 2009

Signature

Checked by

L. Fontaine

22 July 2009

Approved by

O.Bouhier

22 July 2009

Date: 22 July 2009

Package: DB07

VOLUME 2 - TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 1 - GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Title:

VERIFICATION, TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND E&M
SYSTRA Transmitter PHB Phase PE Type S&E Discipline ALL Subject 3600 Doc. Number T Family A1 Revision

Document number: KAFD Project

It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.

... 165 5..................4..........................................4................................ 157 3.....................4 TEST MANAGEMENT .......4 FIXED FACILITIES TESTS AND INSPECTION ..............1 Test Organisation................................ 160 3.................................4.................................................................................................................. 156 3................. 5............................6......... 158 3................................................................................................................................................7....... 160 3.................................................................................. INTRODUCTION ......................2 Signalling and Driving Modes ......... TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE REQUIREMENTS ............. 164 5......................................................................................................... BRIEFINGS AND SUBMITTALS ....................... TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master ............................................................................... 159 3.............. 162 5..........................................2......................... 160 3............................................................. 158 3.2 Summary Reports ....................2 Safety-Critical Design and Performance Requirements ........................................................................................ 163 5................................................................................... WORKS FOR VTA ..4............................................................. 159 3........................................................................2... 166 5..... 165 5........... 158 3.............................................5.................................................. 159 3..................................doc 22 July 2009 Page 152 / 240 .................................2 VTA PLAN........................................................ 161 5......................................1 FACTORY TESTING OF EQUIPMENT ...........................................................................................................................................................................................5 Test Responsibility ..............................................................3.................................................................1 VTA Program.................................... 159 3....................................................................................................................... 156 3................................................4 System Assurance Monitoring Report...KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .......... 3.............................................................................................................................................2 Test Manager .......................... 160 4..........................................5........................ 163 5...................................................................................................................................................3 SYSTEM ASSURANCE MONITORING PLAN (SAMP) ...........Vol 2 Part 1................................ 158 3........... 2........7.....2 Transit Vehicles ...................................................................................4 Operation Control Centre Equipment.................. 165 5............................................................. 160 3...................................................................................... 161 VERIFICATION TESTS ........ 166 VERIFICATION.................................................................................................................... 163 5.........................1 Suitability/Calibration ...........................2....................3 Test Notification..................1 Monorail Vehicles.......................4...........................7.............................1 GENERAL ........................................................................... 165 5..................3 Integrated System Demonstration Program........7 VTA REPORTS .....................4 Maintainability Demonstration Test Program....................................... 155 VALIDATION..................8 NOTIFICATION....5 Maintenance Equipment ...................................................................................................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1............................ 156 3............................ 156 3.............................................................................................................................. 157 3............................... 159 3......................................5 ON-SITE INTEGRATION TESTS .........................................................................3.......................................................................................2 Software Verification Program........6 Ticketing and Fare Collection Equipment Interfaces ................. 159 3............................................................................. 157 3....................3....3.........................5.........................7.....2 TESTS OF MATERIALS AND SUBASSEMBLIES USED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF FIXED FACILITIES .............. 156 3...................1 Identification of Requirements ...........................................................................2....................... 165 5.........6..................................................6 Rejection and Retesting.........................3 Equipment Failure and Incident Report ........................................ Switches and Power Collection ........................................ 160 3...3............................................. 164 5.................4 Test Access.......... 154 GLOSSARY ...............................6 TEST CRITICALITY ..........................4.............................................................................................................. 159 3....... 159 3....3...................1 Interim Reports .............................................................................................................................3 FACTORY TEST OF SYSTEM EQUIPMENT ..................................................3 Power Distribution System Equipment .........................................................................1 Trackwork..........................................5 TEST EQUIPMENT/INSTRUMENTATION ..

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5.5.3 5.5.4 5.5.5 5.5.6 5.5.7 6.

Signalling and Vehicle Protection ..................................................................................................... 167 Communications System Equipment .................................................................................................. 167 Power and traction power Distribution System Equipment............................................................... 168 Station Equipment.............................................................................................................................. 169 Maintenance Facility Equipment ....................................................................................................... 169

ACCEPTANCE................................................................................................................................................ 170 6.1 CERTIFICATION ........................................................................................................................................... 170 6.2 ACCEPTANCE PROCEDURES ........................................................................................................................ 171 6.3 FIXED FACILITIES ACCEPTANCE ................................................................................................................. 171 6.4 SYSTEM ACCEPTANCE ................................................................................................................................ 171 6.5 SYSTEM ACCEPTANCE PLAN....................................................................................................................... 172 6.5.1 Purpose and Philosophy .................................................................................................................... 172 6.5.2 Plan Description ................................................................................................................................ 172 6.5.3 Schedule............................................................................................................................................. 174 6.5.4 Engineer Involvement ........................................................................................................................ 174

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SYSTEM OPERATION DEMONSTRATION TESTS (SODT) ................................................................. 175 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION TEST ................................................................................................................. 175 MAINTAINABILITY DEMONSTRATION TESTS .............................................................................................. 176 PREPARATION FOR PASSENGER SERVICE .................................................................................................... 176 TRIAL OPERATION ...................................................................................................................................... 177

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COMPLETION................................................................................................................................................ 177 8.1 GENERAL .................................................................................................................................................... 177 8.2 COMPLETION OF THE WORKS ..................................................................................................................... 178 8.3 SYSTEM ASSURANCE DEMONSTRATION TEST ............................................................................................ 178 8.3.1 General .............................................................................................................................................. 178 8.3.2 Notification and Data Collection ....................................................................................................... 178 8.3.3 Reliability, Maintainability Demonstration Test Plan ....................................................................... 179

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1. Introduction
This Section describes the requirements for components, equipment, and systems verifications, tests and commissioning, leading to and including Integrated Systems Tests, a System Operation Demonstration Tests and a Maintainability Demonstration Test, which together, if successful, shall lead to the issuance of a Taking Over Certificate. Also, this Section addresses the development, during the performance of the Work, of plans to monitor the System Assurance of the Project during the Work and tests and Final Acceptance of the total System by the Engineer. In this document, when “the Operator” or the “O&M Contractor” appears, it must be understood as the operating part of the EPCO Contractor.

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2. Glossary
AC CDRL DCP DMIS EMC EMI EN HVAC IEC ISDP LSFH NFPA MMS MTTR NTP OCC PMP PVC RAM RAMS SIL SAMP SAP TOC UIC UPS VTA WBS Alternative current Contract Deliverable Requirements List Design Control Point Database Management Information System Electro Magnetic Compatibility Electro Magnetic Interference European Standard Heating, Ventilation ,Air Conditioning International Electrotechnical Convention Integrated System Demonstration Program Low Smoke, Fume and Halogen National Fire Protection Association Maintenance Management System Mean Time To Repair Notification to proceed Operation Control Centre Project Management Plan Polyvinyl Chloride Reliability Availability Maintainability Reliability Availability Maintainability Safety Safety Integrity Level System Assurance Monitoring Plan System Assurance Plan Take Over Certificate International Union of Railways Uninterruptible Power Supply Verification, Tests and Acceptance Work Breakdown Structure

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3.

Validation, Tests and Acceptance Requirements

3.1 General
The Contractor shall submit the complete transit system to a comprehensive Test Program to verify the design and performance characteristics and to determine compliance with safety and System Assurance characteristics. The comprehensive Test Program shall include the following elements: design compliance, production compliance, installation, qualitative and quantitative verification and routine acceptance tests on all items and integrated systems. Requirements concerning test plans, procedures and reports are subject to review and approval by the Engineer.

3.2 VTA Plan
The Contractor shall prepare an outline Verification, Test and Acceptance Plan (“VTA Plan") for the approval of the Engineer within 120 calendar days after the issuance of the NTP. The VTA Plan shall outline the methods and procedures to be utilized to verify system compliance with the Technical Specifications of the Contract prior to Taking Over. The VTA Plan shall be structured so as to insure a systematic, thorough evaluation of all individual system components, as well as their integrated performance. This evaluation shall be accomplished through data submittals, inspection, testing and demonstrations, as described herein. The VTA Plan shall also provide procedures for implementing corrective actions after failed inspections, tests, or demonstrations and following up to ensure incorporation of corrections into system design. The VTA Plan shall contain adequate information to reflect the VTA Program content and shall specifically incorporate a Software Verification Program, an Integrated Systems Demonstration Program, and a Test Plan to demonstrate compliance with the System Assurance Requirements.

3.2.1 VTA Program The Contractor shall prepare the Verification Program identifying all design and performance requirements, assigning the requirement to the appropriate verification effort (e.g. component or assembly development, subsystem/subassembly qualification or acceptance, installation, combined subsystem, system acceptance, or initial operation) and define the method to be used to accomplish verification (e.g. test, analysis, similarity to an equivalent application, simulation, or in the case of dimensional or cosmetic requirements, inspection). . 3.2.2 Software Verification Program All software specifically developed shall be subject to design, verification and configuration control requirements equivalent to those imposed on system hardware. Software shall comply with the Contractor’s approved Software Configuration Management Plan. Data to demonstrate the capacity of the software to withstand input data anomalies and to provide the necessary real time control under emergency and other abnormal conditions shall be provided.

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The test and verification of the software shall confirm its security against unauthorized access or modification. Integration of the software into the system and subsequent testing shall be conducted in accordance with the VTA Plan. This Plan shall set forth the Contractor’s proposed methodology for the recording/logging of all operating incidents and for collecting and analyzing data to VERIFICATION. Specific test requirements of the technical specifications shall be issued to ensure that all tests are set forth in a manner which clearly demonstrates that system/subsystem tests were conducted in compliance with Contract requirements before incorporation into the higher level integrated tests. Demonstrated Service Operation and Maintainability). The Integrated System Demonstration Program shall incorporate system operation ability demonstrations and reference to the test demonstrations for maintainability and safety. Following the Final Design Review. and the facilities and interlocking hardware to be used. Test methodology shall be designed to assure that each succeeding test builds on previous. provisions for controlled input data variations.2. All subsequent software modifications shall be developed off-line and verified on the simulator prior to incorporation into the System. Thereafter. tests. The Integrated Systems Demonstration Tests shall include all in-plant (proof of design. The System Operation Demonstration Test and the Maintainability Demonstration Test are discussed in § 7 System Operation Demonstration Tests.3 System Assurance Monitoring Plan (SAMP) The Contractor shall prepare and submit for the review and approval of the Engineer a SAMP not later than 120 calendar days prior to the Taking Over. Criteria to demonstrate the Maintainability will be agreed with the Engineer. and special). The Maintainability Demonstration Test shall be conducted concurrently with the System Demonstration Test. 3. This plan shall include the integration and test strategy for each software hierarchy level. and other verification activities which are necessary to confirm compliance with Contract design and performance requirements. configuration control for software shall be established. field (post-delivery acceptance. 3. its subcontractors and others to verify that the System meets the Technical Provisions of this Contract before the Taking Over Date. who reserves the right of final selection of systems or subsystems or components to be tested.2.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . For Software involved in safety. lower level.4 Maintainability Demonstration Test Program A program of Maintainability Demonstration Tests shall be conducted on systems and/or subsystems jointly selected by the Engineer. A comprehensive and solid verification test Program will be provided to the Engineer for approval. 3. sources of prerequisite data for each test. all changes and reasons for changes shall be identified and moved prior to implementation. pre-delivery acceptance.doc 22 July 2009 Page 157 / 240 . validation must be carried out by a separate team as the development team. pre-revenue start-up including Training.Vol 2 Part 1. integrated systems. installation. individual tests and schedules.3 Integrated System Demonstration Program The Contractor shall develop and implement an Integrated System Demonstration Program that encompasses all verification efforts of the Contractor.Riyadh The software shall be tested and verified on a simulator prior to interfacing with system hardware. its representative and the Contractor to verify that they meet the Technical Provisions of this Contract on or before the Guaranteed Completion Date.

The Contractor shall VERIFICATION. and how such data will be compared with the System RAMS Requirements. and providing overall monitoring of Contractor's test performance. The Contractor's description of Organisational responsibilities shall include preparation of verification plans. 3.4 Test Management Contractor testing shall constitute a major portion of the continuing process of design verification. procedures. reporting and resolving test failures and anomalies. TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . the Contractor shall notify the Engineer of a minimum of 20 days prior to the commencement of factory tests and field tests. This individual shall not have project management or site management responsibilities. The use of software to generate operating performance reports is required. In addition. 3. coordinating test effort with otter functional area construction and test activity. 3. the Contractor Test Manager shall ensure that test management is available on site to perform the single point contact functions with full authority to make and implement test decisions. and coordination of each identified test effort. The Test Manager shall be responsible for all aspects of the Verification Test and Acceptance effort.4. review of test data. 3. In addition. software. The Contractor test Organisation shall reflect continuity with verifying engineering requirements and. As Contractor testing expands to the field. procedures and instruments. including assigned responsibilities and shall be responsible for assuring that qualified personnel are available for all test planning scheduling performance. A manually written Central Control Operator's log shall also be maintained and used to assist with determining exclusions and otherwise interpreting computer-generated data. The System Assurance Monitoring Plan shall include all data requirements. data gathering techniques. at a minimum.doc 22 July 2009 Page 158 / 240 . review of data and reporting efforts. data sources. including coordinating access to test locations. reports. analyses. The following paragraphs describe the necessary features of the Contractor test program.Vol 2 Part 1.4.2 Test Manager The Contractor shall identify a Test Manager who shall be responsible for directing the efforts of the Contractor's test Organisation. arranging for support personnel from other Contractor functional areas and areas not under Contractor authority. all operating incidents shall be automatically recorded by the System's Central Computer.1 Test Organisation The Contractor shall identify its VTA Organisation. and computational methods to be used in recording actual system performance. the Contractor shall supply trained personnel in support of the Final Acceptance Test as described later and other tests required by the Engineer. As required by the Technical Specifications.3 Test Notification All testing shall be reflected on current schedules. shall respond to engineering in resolution of technical test issues such as test failures and retest requirements.Riyadh measure system assurance parameters during the first years of Operation Period.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and comparing it with specified requirements. recording of test data.4.

Where design limit verification is not practical.doc 22 July 2009 Page 159 / 240 .1 Identification of Requirements Each verification requirement in the VTA Plan shall be assessed for its criticality to system performance and safety and classified as Safety Critical. however.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .4 Test Access The Engineer reserves the right of access to test activity for purposes of monitoring the Contractor’s performance and observing test progress.6.5 Test Responsibility The Contractor shall be responsible for all tests performed under this Contract. The final analysis and evidence of similarity to an equivalent application.6 Test Criticality 3. the VERIFICATION.1 Suitability/Calibration The Contractor shall be responsible for assuring that all test equipment and instrumentation are available and suitable for the intended purpose even in the case where tests are to be carried out with a third party.4.Riyadh identify the tests to be performed in the VTA Plan and indicate the notification to be applied.2 Safety-Critical Design and Performance Requirements Safety requirements (e. will indicate any tests which shall require notification by a different number of days. The Contractor shall ensure demonstration of design limits and shall include simulations. 3. 3. 3. as part of the plan approval process.4. The Contractor shall consider the use of analyses and similarity as means of accomplishing verification where the identical equipment has been successfully used under essentially identical conditions to that required in this Project. the Engineer. Performance Critical.Vol 2 Part 1. performance) shall be verified only by test unless specific directions to the contrary are provided by the Engineer. 3. Equipment whose failure could present a safety hazard shall demonstrate compliance with design and performance requirements by testing. Rejected equipment shall be retested after suitable modifications are performed. it shall be applied no less stringently. Testing is the desired method of verification.4. shall be provided as part of the verification report. 3. The Contractor shall provide all test instruments and other equipment and materials necessary for performing all tests.6. where necessary. or Non-Critical.6 Rejection and Retesting Failure of equipment to meet factory or field test specifications or ratings shall be sufficient grounds for rejection of equipment. including the applicable test data or report.5 Test Equipment/Instrumentation 3. Proof of test equipment calibration shall be submitted to the Engineer upon request. to confirm redundant safety features. when a method other than testing is used.g. circuits. components. 3.5.

the Contractor shall distribute approved test procedures and shall discuss the test with the Engineer.4 System Assurance Monitoring Report During the first years of Operation Period.doc 22 July 2009 Page 160 / 240 . A pre-test briefing involving the Contractor testing staff and the Engineer representatives may be held prior to each test.Riyadh Contractor shall address each case in the Integrated System Demonstration Plan for the approval of the Engineer.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 3.7. the Contractor shall submit a summary report containing such test results to the Engineer for approval. VERIFICATION.Vol 2 Part 1.7 VTA Reports The Contractor shall provide formal reports of results of all verification activities to confirm compliance with design and performance requirements as defined herein. 3. These operational data are to prove the actual performance of the System in revenue service and to verify system assurance requirements. providing detail justification for testing to other than design limits. the Contractor shall undertake the Program of operational data collection and analysis as required in the approved System Assurance Monitoring Plan. shall be held to discuss the results of the test and obtain agreement upon wither it was successful or if there is a need for additional tests. 3.3 Equipment Failure and Incident Report The Equipment Failure and Incident Report is intended to provide an audit trail of failure areas experienced during testing. 3.2 Summary Reports When the Contractor has completed the tests in a particular classification or group level for a distinct equipment group (to be identified by the Contractor in integrated System Verification Plan) and the test results satisfy the prerequisites for beginning tests at the next classification or group level. 3.1 Interim Reports The Contractor shall prepare Interim Reports for tests which form a part of a distinct equipment group but which can be assessed incrementally or before completion of total equipment group tests. The Equipment Failure and Incident Report shall allow identification of equipment and include all pertinent data regarding the failures. and shall have the right to witness each test or demonstration . TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Briefings and Submittals The Engineer shall be notified concerning time and location at least twenty (20) days prior to each VTA Plan scheduled qualification test and/or demonstration. including the System Assurance Demonstration Test. At this meeting.7.8 Notification. Following each test a post-test briefing including both the Contractor's testing staff and the Engineer. The reports listed in the following paragraphs are representative only and reports to different levels of detail may be appropriate for tests of varying complexities.7. The Interim Report shall identify all failures and corrective actions encountered in the course of the verification activity. 3.7. The report shall be updated quarterly ward start of field tests and then be maintained current through completion of field tests. The Contractor shall submit monthly System Assurance Monitoring Reports to the Engineer for review and evaluation.

unusual conditions or events. Works for VTA Civil Works . Platform Stations Doors. Supplier testing and submittal by the Contractor of reports of certified test results acceptable to the Engineer as evidence that Contract requirements will be met. the test sequence affected shall be repeated at the Contractor's expense. 4. Monorail Vehicles Permanent way. 4. Maintenance Depot. All test data sheets shall be signed by the Engineer staff witnessing the tests. Columns.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Verification Tests The Contractor shall test and qualify the functional performance of selected components. including coatingand switches. Signalling and Driving Modes. 5. 9. and pass/fail disposition. whether or not related to the equipment under test. prevailing weather data (if applicable). complete test data. Automatic Fare Collection. Lighting and Power. Traction Power Distribution System. Communications Systems OCC. 7. as set forth herein. assemblies or subsystems prior to final construction. 10. Testing witnessed by the Engineer and results acceptable to the Engineer as evidence that Contract requirements will be met. TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Qualification testing may be of one or more of the following types: a) Contractor testing and submittal of test results that is acceptable to the Engineer as evidence that Contract requirements will be met. If debugging becomes necessary during any test. b) c) d) VERIFICATION. Subcontractor test reports shall be approved by the Contractor prior to submittal to the Engineer. Foundation. 8. Previous testing of the item and submittal by the Contractor of reports of certified test results acceptable to the Engineer as evidence that contract requirements will be met. 6. 1. installation and/or assembly.Vol 2 Part 1. These reports shall include the test procedures.Riyadh Test reports shall be submitted to the Engineer following each test and/or demonstration. The reports shall include any failures which occurred during the test/demonstration. 2. 5. Facilities Sites. 2. 3.doc 22 July 2009 Page 161 / 240 .Superstructures. Product or subconstruction qualification tests shall be performed in accordance with industry standard tests and specifications and/or quality assurance test specifications. and Depot Site Electromechanical Equipments Facilities Works: Systems Works 1.

1 Factory testing of equipment To ensure the best quality of the hardware issuer to the Client. 12. VERIFICATION. Any equipment found not to be in compliance with the Technical Specifications during a qualification test may be rejected by the Engineer.Vol 2 Part 1. TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . It is not the intent of this requirement to require additional testing where sufficient other qualifying data are available. 5. 5. or not acceptable and the reason therefore. 10.doc 22 July 2009 Page 162 / 240 . such as exterior noise and ride comfort. and personnel required Step-by-step procedures for tests Glossary of technical terms used in procedures Estimated time required Description of set-up Data to be recorded (data sheet) Pass/Fail criteria Documentation required Within twenty eight (28) days after the completion of each test. the test data and results will be transmitted to the Engineer for review. 2. acceptable as noted. 9. the Contractor shall include the following general information. where applicable: 1. In addition. 3. The conditions for granting a waiver of qualification testing of a component or subsystem are as follows: a) The design is identical to a design which has been qualified either by previous qualification testing. If qualified by previous testing. objective and scope Special environmental requirements. 7. 6. if any Sample size Equipment.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . facilities. forming part of the ‘final system’ (to be delivered to the Client). subsystem or component qualification test will be waived by the Engineer if acceptable data are available for the same design or identical equipment proven in a similar application or by a prior qualification test. While many qualification tests may necessarily be conducted on either a test track or under laboratory conditions certain tests. and. In general.Riyadh e) Evidence of Service Proven equipment with documented results and certification acceptable to the Engineer as evidence that Contract requirements will be met. shall necessarily be conducted at the Work Site on the System guideways. no equipment. 8. b) For each test/verification contained in the VTA Program. The Contractor will propose a list of qualification tests for approval. 4. 11. the Engineer shall require qualification testing for all new design and product modifications for which acceptable data submittals are not provided. The Engineer will notify the Contractor in writing that the test results are acceptable. Name of test/reference number Procedure. copies of testing documents shall demonstrate results to the same or greater level of detail as described herein below. shall be used by the Contractor for his own testing purposes without the Clients’ knowledge or agreement.

non-destructive testing. assembling and testing by the Engineer. local expenses. subsequent construction.6 Ticketing and Fare Collection Equipment Interfaces shall undergo factory testing prior to shipping to the site. supplier.doc 22 July 2009 Page 163 / 240 . and quality of skilled workers meet the Engineer’s satisfaction. or The Contractor intends to use a factory test-for purposes of Contract compliance verification. All the corresponding travel costs. 5. The Engineer shall.1 Monorail Vehicles One complete vehicle shall be presented for approval as pre-series model. As a minimum the subsystems and subsystem equipment identified in § 5.3.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and destructive testing as part of the Quality Assurance Program to assure that the Contractor's design. VERIFICATION. or special subcontractors to verify that the installed materials meet or exceed the design requirements and the Contract requirements. a) b) As a result of design review or other information. refurbished or replaced completely. the Contractor shall so notify the Engineer. conducted for whatever purposes. however. The factory test of system equipment will be subject to the Engineer supervision of manufacturing. TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .3.1 Monorail Vehicles through § 5. lodging. It is the intent of this section to present the general scope of factory testing to be conducted by the Contractor. have the right to witness any factory test. if such test is essential to the Contractor's performance of this Contract.3.Riyadh The Contractor is expected to propose a list of such equipment as part of his tender proposal in which case he should state clearly the equipment that will be reconditioned.Vol 2 Part 1.2 Tests of Materials and Subassemblies Used in the Construction of Fixed Facilities The testing of materials used in the construction of fixed facilities shall be conducted by the Contractor. The above requirements relates mainly to off-site (off-shore) activities for integrated test platforms although it may also apply to other situations as well.3 Factory Test of System Equipment All assemblies and all subsystems of the System shall be tested in the assembly plant prior to shipment to the site to check and establish proper individual operation. Prior notification to the Engineer of factory tests is not required unless. 5. The Contractor may use established test for conducting the factory tests where such procedures are appropriate to meet the same objectives as defined below. but not to prescribe exact methods for conducting such tests. the Engineer requests to be notified. When factory tests are intended by the Contractor to serve as a means of verifying Contract compliance. 5. The Contractor shall perform field tests. etc. The first vehicle will be object of supervision of manufacturing. shall be paid by the Contractor. assembling and testing by the Engineer.

and speed control. 5. seat arrangement for passengers. proper operation of environmental systems. To the maximum extent practicable. if applicable.3. The testing report related to this fist vehicle established and signed by the manufacturer will be given to the Engineer. proper operation of doors including force limits and sensitive edges. IEC 60056. proper operation of circuit breakers and interrupters. wiring continuity. During production. Factory testing shall establish proper operation of all safety interlocks and emergency systems. including wiring. 5. In addition. bogies. - The Engineer will check the testing phase on the first vehicle in the final assembly factory. Traction motor and propulsion equipment manufacturing.3. lodging and local expenses of the staff of the Engineer will be paid by the Contractor. the tests shall demonstrate the capabilities of the equipment to perform in accordance with the applicable Performance Specification. One transformer of each type shall be tested in the “design” test classifications. Vehicle tests at the Contractor's facility shall also verify watertight design. proper functioning of all lighting. (For three one week travels for 2 persons). TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . and IEC 60129 on one representative switchgear assembly of each type provided under this Contract.Vol 2 Part 1. emergency braking distances. communications and grounding. and tests shall be carried out prior to shipping. proper operation of propulsion and braking. each Transit Vehicle shall be checked and tested to establish as-manufactured compliance with the applicable Performance Specifications. Some allowances will be made by the Engineer due to limits caused where interfaces of the vehicle with other major subsystems can be made only on the System at the Work Site. All transformers shall be tested in the "routine" test classification. Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC). decoration. The majority of these inspections.3 Power Distribution System Equipment The Contractor shall perform all tests related to IEC 60298.). visual inspection shall verify proper workmanship. materials and finish.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . shall undergo a "Schedule of Tests" in accordance with IEC 146. All rectifier units and auxiliaries and rectifier-transformer equipment. reaction time. Car-body. Final Transit Vehicle assembling and integration tests (static and dynamic). these tests shall be performed to establish proper interfaces among items of vehicle protection equipment and interfaces with other subsystems and equipment through the use of appropriate simulators. and insulation dielectric strength Each vehicle shall be fully tested with regard to its individual and entrained performance and its ability to function properly in all manual and automatic operational modes. VERIFICATION. Distribution and/or traction power transformers shall be tested in accordance with IEC 76.2 Signalling and Driving Modes The Contractor shall functionally test the integrated operation of all station and wayside vehicle protection equipment prior to its shipment from the factory.doc 22 July 2009 Page 164 / 240 . As a minimum. view. etc. proper response to commands. graphics.Riyadh The corresponding travel costs. checks. This supervision by the Engineer will cover the following items related to the Transit Vehicles construction: Aesthetic and ergonomic aspects according to studies done by the manufacturer (external and internal aesthetic of the Transit Vehicle. proper operation of Heating.

The subsystem installation checkout and integration activities shall verify that each subsystem. peripherals. checkout.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 5. and/or communications) may be simulated. 5. Switches and Power Collection through 5.4 Fixed Facilities Tests and Inspection It is the Contractor's responsibility to ensure that materials and workmanship are in accordance with the design documents and that the Engineer can perform a complete review of the Contractor's work.5 Maintenance Equipment The Contractor shall functionally test the integrated operation of all functions and test equipment associated with the Maintenance Facility. and assemblies thereof. but not to prescribe exact methods for conducting such tests.1Trackwork. maintenance. the supervision system and the intrusion detection devices within the fare collection equipment to confirm proper operation and reporting. During these tests. vehicle protection. Tests shall include the computers. the subsystems software shall be fully exercised.7 Maintenance Facility Equipment. The Contractor shall have all equipment. All on site integration shall be completed prior to initiation of Acceptance Testing of the System VERIFICATION.5. Control Centre Consoles. For the purposes of these tests. depot facility. interfaces with other subsystems (i.5.3.Riyadh 5. associated input/output devices.5 On-Site Integration Tests It is the intent of this Section to present the general scope of on site integration activities that must be conducted by the Contractor. and supplies at his disposal. and the communications equipment.3.3. The Engineer shall have the right to witness any on-site integration activity. signalling..e. The Contractor may use established test procedures for conducting the on-site integration activities where such procedures are appropriate to meet the same objectives described below. vehicle. ant integration activities shall be accomplished in accordance with the requirements in § 5. and safety shall also be tested.4 Operation Control Centre Equipment The Contractor shall establish the proper integrated operation of Control Centre prior to shipment of the associated equipment. TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .doc 22 July 2009 Page 165 / 240 . 5.Vol 2 Part 1. and that they function in accordance with the intended design. materials. master and remote data communication devices including transmission elements. The Contractor shall develop a Guideline for Construction Inspection detailing the inspection requirements and reporting methods for technical rooms.6 Ticketing and Fare Collection Equipment Interfaces The Contractor shall test the interfaces between the Fare system. power distribution. viaduct and any other structures necessary for the implementation of the project. 5. Other maintenance equipment and special tools that are essential to operations. All subsystem installation. are installed and interconnected in accordance with approved design drawings and engineering installation instructions.

and one vehicle shall be operated on all guideways in both directions to check clearances and contact interfaces with vehicle power collectors. if requested by the Engineer. End-of-line buffer installations shall also be inspected and checked to be in accordance with respective Contractor installation drawing and instructions. Precision Stop .check that the stops at all stations meet contract requirements for a load range of AW0 to AW2 and AW3. Switches and Power Collection The Contractor shall inspect the trackwork. unless noted otherwise. Repeat Speed Control and Emergency Braking checks on one vehicle and maximum-length Transit Vehicles under AW2 load conditions. all necessary testing shall be carried out to determinate proper and safe operation. 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) VERIFICATION. or vehicle/guideway interface dynamics. Should part of the civil works/infrastructure of the track be done by others. the following minimum list or activities shall be conducted on each vehicle individually. Data stall be analyzed and corrective measures taken. Once dimensions throughout the System are checked with a template sized to reflect the dynamic movement of an actual vehicle. Check dwell times within the specified range and door operating and signal/interlocking times. TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Any failure of such spot tests shall be an indication that these requirements are not met for a vehicle. to analyze and resolve ride quality problems due to vehicle design or fabrication. Stations . The Contractor shall be prepared to provide specialised equipment. This test shall be performed loaded at AW0 and AW2 and AW3. 5.Vol 2 Part 1. as determined by the Contractor to establish what it considers to be the envelope for all vehicles and vehicles supplied: Spot tests of all remaining vehicles shall be made as a check to determine that each vehicle's performance is within the envelope. particularly the gauge and superelevation and the switches to determine conformance with the approved design and construction drawings. Thereafter. Interior Ride Quality and Surface Vibration .1 Trackwork. UPS on board – if the vehicle is equipped with batteries or other on board power supply equipment.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 22 July 2009 Page 166 / 240 . as required: 1) 2) Signalling and driving modes including all functions and equipments. when it arrives at the site. Any failure of such spot tests shall be an indication that these requirements are not met for a vehicle.Riyadh 5. Interior and Exterior Noise .exercise all vehicle door commands.5. Spot tests of all remaining vehicles shall be made as a check to determine that each vehicle's performance is within the envelope.5.check compliance with the ride quality requirements for all loading conditions for vehicles on each guideway lane.check compliance with the requirements for external noise emissions and for passenger compartment internal noise. the Contractor will inspect and accept the works before to carry out any finishing works and test. guideway design or construction. Check failure mode responses.2 Transit Vehicles Each vehicle. shall be statically tested using essentially the same or similar procedures and types or equipment used at the Contractor's facility prior to shipment. the powers distribution system shall be energized. This test shall be performed at AW0 and AW2. to determine proper operation.

anti controls) shall be individually verified from point of origin to final destination.5. All devices and/or functions capable of operation or initiation from OCC.3 Signalling and Vehicle Protection 1) At the assembly and individual subsystem levels. emergency and service telephones.5. Beyond the subsystem level.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . the coordinated operations of the vehicle communications. For each vehicle a burn in must be performed prior to the acceptance. including traffic controllers. actual interfaces shall be established. 2) Operating checks of the communications system shall include testing from the OCC. shall be so operated or initiated. vehicle audio message control. Communications equipment manufacturers' installation and checkout instructions shall be followed.doc 22 July 2009 Page 167 / 240 . including those controllable devices and/or functions associated with and power distribution. Visual and information Displays. bunch control.Vol 2 Part 1. maintenance radio. Likewise. During static operating checks of OCC. VERIFICATION. All automatic control functions and all manual controls functions shall be exercised and their proper operation shall be checked. all supervisory control points (alarms. The documentation such as car history book or test report is handed over. TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Wayside/vehicle interfaces for dwell time control. and recorded announcement subsystems. The vehicle acceptance may be requested by the contractor when the main following conditions are met: All the checking in inspection is satisfactory. 2) 3) 4) 5) 5. all conditions which result in OCC indications and/or alarm annunciation for these systems shall also be checked. and vehicle data communication shall be checked and their proper operation shall be determined at all locations on the System. and proper interaction between subsystems shall be confirmed. All simulators intending at reflecting the real operating conditions shall be provided by the Contractor for factory tests.Riyadh Preliminary particular conditions before acceptance. checks shall duplicate in-plant tests performed in the factory. vehicle and facility public address. The vehicle is in operation order : meaning that the vehicles can insure the revenue service in safety and reliable condition. 5. In the case of a new traction powering design the first vehicle will perform an endurance test by running 3 months prior to acceptance. indicators.4 Communications System Equipment 1) The Contractor shall perform the complete installation and checkout and implement full service operations of the various communications subsystems as soon as possible so that they may be employed in other integration activities.

AW2 –loaded and AW3 -loaded Transit Vehicle in both direction. line currents. Check all wire and cable terminations for tightness. motor current. opening and closing all breakers. Measure and record conductor-to-ground resistance of all power cables and conductor cable segments in the system on a circuit-by-circuit basis for each.5. checking all interlocks.5 Power and traction power Distribution System Equipment The Contractor shall as a minimum: 1) 2) 3) 4) Inspect each equipment installation against installation drawings and instructions. 8) This includes inspection and all tests related to the electrical delivery power to the Transit Vehicles either by overhead line or by other proven means. 5. Static operating checks of the power distribution system shall consist at least of checking resistance to ground. segment of power cable which can be individually isolated.Vol 2 Part 1. and speed on vehicles with all auxiliaries on under the following operating conditions: a) AW2 –loaded and AW3 -loaded Transit Vehicles in both directions. with station stops and service by all System power sources. Tests shall also assure the ability to transfer manually. Check the calibration of circuit breaker units. checks shall be conducted to show coordination and proper operation of fault detection devices. Compare the results of these checks among themselves. from primary source to battery source upon loss of primary source shall be determined. energizing the system. The capability to switch automatically.doc 22 July 2009 Page 168 / 240 . without disruption.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Uninterruptible power supplies shall be checked to assure proper operation in primary supply mode and battery supply mode. Analysis shall show that the power distribution system will impose no restrictions on vehicle operations or the operation of vehicle auxiliaries due to poor voltage regulation. power.Riyadh During these checks. with station stops and service with a degraded feeding configuration to be agreed. without disruption from battery source to primary source upon restoration of the primary supply. 5) 6) 7) b) VERIFICATION. In addition to the above. TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . These checks shall be repeated with all guideway-related power tuned on. isolate segments of tracks and cables that do not meet the expected criteria. and recording no-load voltage and current readings for all valid power feed configurations. Make continuity checks of all interconnecting wiring and check phase of power connections. The Contractor shall record line voltages. and remedy the problems. The data taken shall be correlated by station and analyzed to determine power factor and to verify power distribution system voltage on requirements. all associated supervisory controls and communications options shall be functioning according to Technical Specifications.

All equipment shall be energized and the control and operation shall be operated from associated local control panels and from OCC.doc 22 July 2009 Page 169 / 240 . 5.5.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Automatic control of all station equipment shall be checked for all operating modes.Vol 2 Part 1. spare parts.7 Maintenance Facility Equipment Inspection and installation checkout of all Maintenance Facility equipment shall be performed by the Contractor using procedures. and consumables shall be affirmed.Riyadh 5. and special tools and equipment shall be checked as ready for functional use.6 Station Equipment The Contractor shall inspect and check civil works and then the installation and operation of all station equipment against approved installation drawings and instructions. VERIFICATION.5. furnishings. TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . All maintenance building equipment. and acceptance criteria which is fully compatible with the installation and checkout of corresponding main line equipment. The inventory of all such items. techniques.

the Employer and the Engineer in order to obtain the Certification. on-site integration tests and fixed facilities inspection and test. otherwise penalties shall be applicable to the amount estimated for fixing. 1) The Contractor shall thoroughly verify each aspect of the System and equipment prior to commencement of the acceptance test activities detailed below.5 On-Site Integration Tests) and corrected any deficiencies and failures. The Contractor shall advise the Engineer when the fixed facilities and System is ready for acceptance activities. 6.Vol 2 Part 1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 170 / 240 . 2) 3) 4) 5) Acceptance can be pronounced with minor drawbacks. and thereafter accepted by the Engineer. etc. meaning he shall provide evidence that the safety criteria are fulfilled by the Transit System and its operations and maintenance staff includes the following: Compliance with the regulations as the overall code and standard framework is required unless equivalent code is proposed by the Tenderer Compliance with chosen regulations is required unless equivalent code is proposed by the Tenderer Compliance with European Norm EN50126 is required unless equivalent code is proposed by the Tenderer Compliance with Safety norms and standard regarding the Fire Protection for fixed guideway transit systems The Transit System shall meet the detailed safety requirements specified in the relevant documents The Transit System shall fulfil other regulations specified in this relevant document. the compliance verification and acceptance activities defined herein.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . factory testing.1 Certification The Contractor may use an independent certification body to accredit the System or the Employer may certify the system operation. The Contractor will prepare. and carry out all of. Acceptance This Section describes the methods and procedures by which the Fixed Facilities and the installed and delivered System will be verified by the Engineer as complying with the requirements of the Contract. update the necessary documentation. water. The Engineer will witness and review the results of these activities. The Contractor shall conduct the Tests and bear all fees payable to the relevant authorities in respect of any and all utilities (electricity. product qualification testing. which shall not occur until the Contractor has completed all of the On-site Integration Tests (see § 5.Riyadh 6. Compliance verification and system acceptance will be accomplished on the basis of the Engineer’s review and acceptance of the compliance verification and system acceptance activities and documentation of the Contractor.) up to the Take-Over. TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . In all cases the Contractor will propose to close the Safety Case. A schedule of non conformance correction is to be submitted by the Contractor. VERIFICATION. such prior verification shall be accomplished during the design review. The Contractor shall provide all resources necessary for. The correction time allowed shall not exceed 3 months in any case. and assist by all means the Assessor.

5 System Acceptance Plan.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . As a means of implementing the compliance verification and system affiance requirements of this Section. Because of this. inspection and testing. the Engineer may perform in progress fixed facilities inspections on selected portions of the fixed facilities. it may request a prefinal fixed facilities inspection. Once the System is nearing operational readiness. Previously conducted tests and data submittals that have been accepted by the Engineer may also be used to satisfy appropriate requirements. show compliance for acceptance purposes.Riyadh The Contractor’s responsibilities are as follows: .Vol 2 Part 1. 6. (2) the facility is complete and ready for final acceptance. verification (and therefore system acceptance) is a step-by-step process which takes place throughout the life of the Contract. a punch list of any items to be completed or corrected shall be prepared. The Contractor carries the responsibility for the provision of safety cases relating to safety matters involving combination of Transportation System works and Civil Works. As previously presented.4 System Acceptance The Engineer will accept the System when all aspects of the System have been verified to comply with the requirements of this Contract. in the Contractor's opinion. It also carries the responsibility of the preparation and training for the Operations & Maintenance and for provision of assistance to the related safety case preparation. it is necessary to establish a systematic. If this inspection is satisfactory to the Engineer. carefully documented procedure to monitor and record the progress of verification and system acceptance. the Contractor shall request in writing a final inspection of fixed facilities.The Contractor carries the responsibility for design and production of the Transportation System and for provision of the related safety cases. at a minimum. and upon written request from the Contractor. After completing the punch list. Such a systematic process is the purpose of the System Acceptance Plan. If this inspection is found satisfactory to the Engineer. and. TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . as a consequence.3 Fixed Facilities Acceptance At its discretion. VERIFICATION. the Engineer has prepared Guidelines for System Acceptance Plan which is included in § 6. At that time. 6. 6. verification will be accomplished by analysis. This inspection shall not be construed as a prefinal fixed facilities inspection.doc 22 July 2009 Page 171 / 240 . they will accept the fixed facilities portion of the work. a punch list of any items to be completed or corrected shall be prepared. The Contractor shall carry the responsibility of obtaining the certification of the complete Transit System and its preliminary operation and maintenance.2 Acceptance Procedures The Contractor will propose a list of Fixed Facilities and System for which the Contractor shall. Such request shall represent that (1) the punch list items have been corrected.

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Within 120 days after NTP, the Contractor shall submit its review comments on these Guidelines to System Acceptance Plan. Requested revisions shall be only those required to tailor the Plan to accommodate the unique features and characteristics of the Contractor's System Design. The Engineer will, then prepare the final System Acceptance Plan and provide it to the Contractor after receipt of the Contractor's review comments. Once the final System Acceptance Plan is presented to the Contractor, it shall be the Contractor's responsibility to identify the Analyses, Inspections and Tests that will be conducted to satisfy the Plan. For each Inspection and/or Test which the Contractor determines is required to satisfy the System Acceptance Plan, the Contractor shall prepare an appropriate Inspection Procedure or Test Procedure, and submit this Procedure for the Engineer. The final activities for acceptance of the System shall be the Demonstrated Systems Operations and Maintainability Demonstration Tests, as described in § 7 System Operation Demonstration Tests.

6.5 System Acceptance Plan
6.5.1 Purpose and Philosophy The purpose of this System Acceptance Plan is to provide a means for the Contractor to demonstrate by tests and inspections to the Engineer that the System satisfies the requirements of the Contract Documents. The proposed plan has been developed to maximize the efficiency and minimize the time required of the Engineer for witnessing and that required of the Contractor for conducting these activities. The plan sets forth the specific acceptance activities which the Engineer believes are the minimum necessary for the Contractor to demonstrate contract compliance in general; however, each specific requirement will be individually verified by the acceptance activities. There will be requirements that may be implied to be verified because they are embodied within or in support of a higher level requirement. However, acceptance of such higher level requirements shall not relieve the Contractor of its responsibilities to meet all requirements including any not specifically verified. The plan also establishes the general sequence of activities.

6.5.2 Plan Description Each activity shall be conducted in accordance with written procedures prepared by the Contractor and approved by the Engineer prior to the start of that specific activity. Activities will be grouped into the categories shown in Figure below and conducted in the sequence shown. Therefore, certain activities shall be completed successfully as a prerequisite for conducting other activities. The acceptance activities will be conducted by category with no activity being performed unless all of the activities in the prerequisite categories have been successfully completed and a test report submitted.

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MAINTENANCE FACILITIES INSPECTION &TEST

OCC INSPECTION & TEST

POWER SUPPLY INSPECTION & TEST

PERMANENT WAY INSPECTION & TEST

VEHICLE INSPECTION & TEST

STATION INSPECTION & TEST

POWER DISTRIBUTION INSPECTION & TEST

INTEGRATION TESTING

SYSTEM & INSPECTION ACCEPTANCE TEST

SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION

Figure 1 : Acceptance Testing Categories 1) Test/Inspection Acceptance Categories The purpose of the categories is to logically group activities and establish the general sequence in which testing is to take place. The intent of the requirement that these categories of activities be conducted in a specific order is to minimize the likelihood of invalidating a previously conducted acceptance activity by making a change to a part of the System in order to successfully conduct another activity. The categories have been shown in Figure 1 : Acceptance Testing Categories. The sequence in which activities within each of the categories are conducted may be determined by the Contractor. Activities which are closely related may be conducted together, but documentation must be kept separated.

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Test Inspection Acceptance Activities The proposed plan identifies the minimum specific acceptance activities which shall be conducted by the Contractor. The activities are to be proposed to the Engineer for acceptance. The detailed description of each acceptance activity must be submitted to the Engineer not less than six (6) months prior to its being conducted by the Contractor.

6.5.3 Schedule The System acceptance activities are scheduled to be conducted after the system on-site integration tests and prior to the System Demonstration period. While the Engineer has established the general sequence in which these activities are to occur, the Contractor shall develop the specific System Acceptance Schedule and submit it to the Engineer for its review and approval. The Contractor may propose to conduct a category of acceptance activities prior to the completion of the System if all of the system elements related to the acceptance category are complete and fully operational.

6.5.4 Engineer Involvement 1. Procedure The following procedures shall be followed in approving the procedures, and in witnessing and tracking the state of all acceptance activities. 1. The Contractor shall develop the required Acceptance Inspection/Test Procedures for each of the activities and submit them for its review and approval. The Contractor shall submit the System Acceptance Schedule during this time. 2. The Engineer will review the Acceptance Inspection/Test Procedures for each activity submitted by the Contractor. The Engineer will give the Contractor written notification of the acceptance status (accepted, conditionally accepted, not accepted, or rejected) for each acceptance activity. The submissions of acceptance activity procedures are to be staggered rather than delivered to the Engineer in one large submittal. 3. The Engineer will review the System Acceptance Schedule and give the Contractor written notification if it is approved. If not approved, the Engineer and the Contractor will work to resolve any differences and concur on a final schedule. 4. The Contractor shall revise its Acceptance Inspection/Test Procedures in accordance with the Engineer’s review and resubmit them at least sixty (60) days prior to the beginning of acceptance activities. 5. Each acceptance activity shall be conducted by the Contractor and witnessed by the Engineer in accordance with the agreed upon procedure and schedule. Briefings will be held before and after these activities and activity reports shall be submitted to the Engineer. 6. The Engineer will give the Contractor written notification if the submitted activity report is accepted. The Engineer will give the Contractor specific reasons for not accepting an activity report as well as providing specific requirements for making the activity acceptable.

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The Engineer will monitor the status of the documentation and progress of each activity relating to the procedure described above. The status of the System Acceptance activities will be monitored and discussed at the monthly Progress Meetings.

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System Operation Demonstration Tests (SODT)

System Operation Demonstration Test shall be conducted. The System shall be operated as though it were in full passenger service in strict accordance with all operation and maintenance policies and procedures, except that no passengers, other than the Contractor, and the Engineer’s authorized personnel, shall be carried. System Operation Demonstration Tests will be prepared by the Contractor and agreed by the Engineer. The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer for its review and approval complete System Demonstration Procedures. As with the other acceptance activities, the Contractor must submit the proposed procedure six (6) months prior to the beginning of the System Operation Demonstration. The Contractor shall revise these procedures, if required, based on changes deriving from any system acceptance or system integration test results.

7.1 System Demonstration Test
After completion of the System Acceptance Tests, and as a prerequisite of Revenue Service, the Contractor shall conduct a full demonstration of the services on these system elements. This demonstration shall be called the System Operation Demonstration Test and shall involve day-to-day operation of the System in accordance with the approved Operation Plan. During the System Operation Demonstration Tests, the System shall be operated continuously (without interruption) as if in passenger service (without passengers) in strict accordance with all operations and maintenance policies and procedures, until the System Service Availability specified in the RAMS Specifications has been achieved over a consecutive 28 days operating period. Furthermore, the System Operation Demonstration Test shall include the demonstration of all routine and emergency procedures associated with operation of the lines. During System Demonstration Test, performance data shall be collected, analyzed and presented to satisfy the Engineer that these lines are ready for deployment in revenue service. On the last day of the completion of the System Operation Demonstration Tests, the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer a formal System Operation Demonstration Test Report, which has been documented with the Operator, documenting the results of all activities. This report shall also identify any changes deemed necessary in operating and/or maintenance procedures, manuals, etc. as a result of the demonstration. The Engineer shall accept or reject such report within ten days of receipt. The issuance of the Taking Over Certificate shall not occur until approval of such report by the Engineer. If the System Operation Demonstration Test reveals a failure to satisfy the requirements of the Technical Provisions and/or the approved VTA Plan, the Contractor shall correct those items and/or aspects deemed unsatisfactory, and another System Operation Demonstration Test shall be conducted. The scope and duration of all subsequent demonstrations will be approved by the Engineer, but shall not be less than the scope and duration of the original System Demonstration Test.

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7.2 Maintainability Demonstration Tests
The Contractor shall provide a Maintainability Demonstration Test Plan for the conduct of a Maintainability Demonstration Test concurrent with the System Operation Demonstration Tests and demonstrating the maintainability of the systems/subsystems. The Engineer’s approval of the Plan shall be a condition to issuance of the Taking Over Certificate. The Plan, which shall address separate Maintainability Demonstration Tests with test being conducted concurrent the System Operation Demonstration Tests, shall include the following: A list of selected maintenance tasks to be demonstrated. These tasks shall be limited to component or assembly removal and replace. Safety procedures appropriate for tasks selected. Maintenance procedures to be followed. Skill levels required to perform each task. Equipment or special tools required.

The Maintainability Demonstration Tests will be monitored by the Engineer for validity of procedures and conformance to contractual requirements. Unless otherwise approved, all maintenance performed during maintainability demonstrations shall be by Contractor maintenance personnel. Contractor-issued maintenance manuals, tools and test equipment shall be used as a part of the maintainability and reliability demonstration testing.

7.3 Preparation for Passenger Service
For passenger service trial, the following requirement must be satisfactorily met: 1) Certification that the System fulfils all the Safety requirements based on international or national approved regulation. Before entering SODT Demonstration that the System are safe and reliable and have successfully met the System Operation Demonstration Tests and the Maintainability Demonstration Test, and submittal and acceptance by the Engineer and the Operator of the reports related thereto; Successful completion of the Integrated System Demonstration Program (ISDP), demonstrating the System's conformance with the Technical Specifications; The approval by the Engineer of the System Assurance Monitoring Plan for documentation and incorporation of System Assurance/maintainability changes (refer to § 8.3 System Assurance Demonstration Test); Demonstration by the Contractor that all of his responsibilities have been substantially completed and/or successfully performed; and The Engineer approval of Operations and Maintenance Plans and Manuals Training Plans and Manuals

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7.4 Trial Operation
1) The Contractor shall train the Operator’s staff trainers or the other personnel hired for this purpose in the operation of the System. Once so trained, these Operators Trainers will train the operation staff. This operation staff shall operate the System in a Trial Test of not less than 14 days of continuous operation in the condition of revenue service. Operator staff shall be trained before Trial Operation start using part of the line considered by the Contractor as in appropriate state to allow for driver training. 2) This test will give experience and shall demonstrate the skills of the trained staff before the System is put into Passenger Service. The Trial Test shall include crew readiness in the operation under simulated operational failure conditions using the Operator’s Operating and Maintenance procedures. 3) The Contractor's plan shall include all equipment operation parameters in the planned test. The availability of trained maintenance personnel, and verification of performance of maintenance equipment are integral to the Trial Test, and it is necessary that the Contractor include trained and certified personnel in its overall verification planning. 4) The Contractor shall provide technical personnel to support the Trial Test as advisors, supervisors and Maintainer and will provide an assessment of all Operator personnel performing the test.

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Completion

8.1 General
1) Upon successful completion of the System Operation Demonstration, the Contractor may give confirmation to the Engineer that works are substantially complete and have passed all tests on Completion as prescribed by the Contract. The Engineer, upon receipt of the letter, and after consultation with the Employer, will within 28 days issue his Taking Over Certificate (TOC) or advise the Contractor of works which must be completed before the Certificate is issued. Notwithstanding the above paragraphs this Take Over certificate cannot be issued before the end of the Trial Operation and the approval by the Competent Authorities. The System shall be deemed handed-over at issuance of the TOC. 2) When the TOC is issued, it will be accompanied with a list of outstanding or incorrect works which the Contractor will be required to remedy during the Defects Liability Period. Upon completion of the Defect Liability Period and provided all outstanding and incorrect works have been remedied, the System shall be delivered to the Employer in its completed state.

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8.2 Completion of the Works
For each phase of the Works, the following must be completed during the Defect Liability Period: 1) The Engineer’s approval of the System Assurance Service availability requirements and satisfactory results of the System Assurance Demonstration Test described here below ; Correction/repair of all of the outstanding or defective works; Stocking of Spare Parts and Equipment as required by the Contract. Submittal and approval of the "as-built" documentation; Submittal of revisions and approval of all of the Contractor’s Maintenance Plans and Manuals.

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8.3 System Assurance Demonstration Test
8.3.1 General Starting within 14 calendar days following the issuance of Taking Over Certificate, the System Assurance Demonstration Test will be conducted for a period of one year on this line. The System Assurance Demonstration Test shall be planned and conducted by the Operator with the assistance of the Contractor. All equipment incidents shall be documented on an incident report form approved by the Engineer Completed incident report forms shall be submitted on a weekly basis. All testing on the Program shall be considered System Assurance testing for the purposes of incident monitoring. The Database Management Information Systems (DMIS) shall be fully functional during the entire System Assurance Demonstration Test. Each applicable function of the DMIS shall be used to track the results of the System Assurance Demonstration Test. All of the equipment on the line shall be included in the demonstration test. A final System Assurance Demonstration Test Report shall be prepared and submitted by the Contractor for the Engineer approval no later than 28 days after the completion of the test.

8.3.2 Notification and Data Collection The Engineer shall be notified of the commencement date for the System Assurance Demonstration Test in writing at least 14 days prior to the start of this test. Responsibility for collection of data, record keeping analysis and data submittal shall be with the Operator. Data obtained each week shall be provided in comprehensive detail to the Employer-Chaired Review Committee for review. The Committee will make a preliminary chargeability assessment for each incident to maintain a continuing record of achieved System Assurance. The Committee will determine final changeability assessment for each incident. Should the Contractor disagree with such assessments, it may pursue relief. The Contractor must be aware of and fully recognize that the Engineer personnel represented on the Committee possess total authority for the period designated as System Assurance Demonstration Test and, as a result of failures, may direct changes to the Contractor's design without cost to the Engineer, the Employer and/or the Operator.

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may direct changes to the Contractor's design without cost to the Engineer. that the Review Committee shall possess total authority for the period designated as Reliability. the Employer and/or the Operator. As long as the RAM targets have not been achieved. in agreement with the Operator. Maintainability Demonstration Test and. Review Committee procedures. requirements.Riyadh 8.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and locked) areas on the Engineer premises. The Engineer shall prepare the chapter of this report dealing with the Review Committee procedures. In all cases. Pass/fail criteria. and fully recognize. Identification of procedures. Spare parts intended for use during the maintenance period shall be replaced by the Contractor at his own expense.3 Reliability. and areas needed for impounding and securing all failed hardware in banded (fenced in.3. Maintainability Demonstration Test. as a result of failures. complete corrective action and restart the demonstration from the beginning. the entire test shall be rerun following completion of corrective action. During the Reliability. Maintenance performance and responsibility including completion of incident report forms. the Engineer. a plan and procedures for the Reliability. Contractor test reports. Maintainability demonstration.doc 22 July 2009 Page 179 / 240 . Maintainability Demonstration Test Plan The Contractor shall prepare. secured. The plan and procedures shall address the following: Operational monitoring and incident reporting responsibilities. corrective action shall be at the Contractor's expense and relevant data accumulated prior to the retest shall be purged from the data base. If the test experience indicates that approved requirements are not being met. TESTS AND ACCEPTANCE (3600) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . the Defect Liability period shall be extended accordingly. If non-compliance is not determined until completion of the demonstration period. the Operator and the Contractor may agree to terminate the test. the Engineer. the Operator and the Contractor shall evaluate the compliance of equipment performance with the approved requirements. END OF THE DOCUMENT VERIFICATION.Vol 2 Part 1. subsystems and systems not meeting the test requirements shall be repaired and/or replaced by the Contractor as corrective actions at his own expense. The Contractor should be aware of. Equipment.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . D. Fontaine 22 July 2009 Approved by O. Massat Date 22 July 2009 Signature Checked by L.B.M.M.GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Title: Document number: KAFD Project SYSTRA Transmitter BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS PHB Phase PE Type ALL Discipline ALL Subject 3608 Doc. Revision according to Hill Intl comments Revision: A1 Prepared by Name D. .TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 1 . / O.Riyadh Revision A0 A1 Date 14/06/2009 22/07/2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author D.Bouhier 22 July 2009 Date: 22 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 . Number T Family A1 Revision It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.

.............2 5.............................................................1...............................2.........3 Alternative Energy Production and Building Design................................................................6 Waste Management....................................................................... 8......................................................................................5 PASSIVE DOWN-DRAFT COOL TOWER ..............................................................................................................................................1 6.............. 182 CODES AND STANDARDS......2 Principle.......................................................................................................................................................... 190 9.........................................................................................1 5..........................................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ............................................................. 186 8................................................................................................................... 195 9.....1.......................................... 190 9.............................................................5 Sustainable Building Materials......................................................3 6............................... 186 LIGHTING FITTINGS ..........................................................................1 Benefits........................... 188 9................. 186 RELATIONSHIP WITH EQUIPMENT AND CIVIL WORKS . 182 SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN.......................................... 193 9................................................... 189 9.................................................1...............1 APPENDIX N°1: SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE .......................................... FALSE CEILING .......................2 APPENDIX N°2: GROUND-COUPLED HEAT EXCHANGER............. 3.......................................4 Installation ............. 193 9..3 GENERAL ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3.............2........................................................................................................................................................................................ 184 INTERIOR WALL COATING ....1.......................... 183 FLOATING FLOOR................................................................ 197 9..................2.................................. APPENDICES.......................................................... 186 ANTI-INTRUSION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ......................................................... 185 RELATIONSHIP WITH EQUIPMENT ...................................... 185 7..............2................................................. 192 9...................................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1................................................................................................1 8...................................................................................................................................doc 22 July 2009 Page 181 / 240 .......8 Social Sustainability in Architecture................................................. 185 6....... 190 9......2 Solar Chimney and Sustainable Architecture ...................................5 Efficiency and Effectiveness..........2 8.........3 Design ...1.... 197 BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master ...............................1 Description...............4 PRECEDENT STUDY: THE ENVIRONMENTAL BUILDING ............................................................ 191 9................... 4. 191 9....................................................................................1.......... 5.....4 Building Placement....................................................................................... 191 9................................................................Vol 2 Part 1...................................................................................................................................... 187 9.... 185 AIR-CONDITIONING AND VENTILATION PLANT REQUIREMENTS...................................... 191 9.....1................2 Heating........... 193 9.... 183 CIVIL WORKS REQUIREMENTS............................................. Ventilation and Cooling System Efficiency . FIRE DETECTION/EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................................ 192 9........... 188 9.................................................1.......... SCOPE OF THIS DOCUMENT ....................................7 Re-Using Structures and Materials............................................................................. 183 5...................... 190 9.................1 Sustainable Energy ...................................................................................................................... 188 9...... 2................................................................................ 185 EQUIPMENT CONTROL AND MONITORING .............................................................................3 APPENDIX N°3: SOLAR CHIMNEY ...................... 191 9................................2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ....3...............................2............

items from 1 to 2 : Ergonomic requirements for work with visual display based on flat panels. Requirement addressed within this document shall be adequately fulfilled by technologies implementation. The Contractor is responsible for ensuring that all works designed and constructed. BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Depot and Workshop.Work tables and desks -. Scope of this Document The present document describes Contractor’s responsibilities regarding design of the various buildings within the project. specifications followed and materials procured meet the basic requirements for efficient operation and working of the Monorail. Human’s body’s measuring for technological design.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . item from 1 to 3 : Office furniture . Codes and Standards Design of the Operation Control Centre shall be carried out in accordance with EN or ISO standards or any equivalent standard.doc 22 July 2009 Page 182 / 240 . For this purpose prescriptions shall be given on integration characteristics among the subsystems. The following standards (EOS) are applicable if not otherwise specified in the respective Performance Specifications: EN ISO 11064 (EOS) EN ISO 13406 (EOS) EN ISO 9241 (EOS) UNI 10530 (EOS) EN ISO 1335 (EOS) UNI EN 527 (EOS) UNI EN ISO 7250/1. Lighting of work systems.Riyadh 1. with respect to the others subsystems. in order to obtain a product characterized by high efficiency.Vol 2 Part 1. Buildings design requirements and standards provided herein and in the relative Performance Specifications are minimum requirements. comfortable environment and high safety levels. all with low management costs. This encompasses such as but not limited to: The main OCC building with the various rooms. The Contractor shall comply particularly with the architectural and building requirements of the OCC’s rooms (operation and technical rooms) as per the present document and the relevant Performance Specifications. 2. items from 1 to 17 : Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs). Each OCC’s plant shall fulfill the functional requirements within this document. ease of use.2000 (EOS): BS EN ISO 3044 (1990) (EOS): items from 1 to 3 : Ergonomic design of Control Centres.Office work chair – Dimensions. Guide to ergonomics principles in the design and selection of office furniture. item from 1 to 3 : Office furniture . item 1: Principles of visual ergonomics.

doc 22 July 2009 Page 183 / 240 . They are nevertheless valid for the other technical buildings. Artificial lighting shall be installed as well. as it permits a clean arrangement of the equipment. within this section. BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Natural lighting shall be arranged to the Operators’ side. The Contractor shall design and built floating floors in conformity with the two main functions hereunder: Allow the maximum freedom of cable runs by relevant cable trays contained therein and various pipes as well. Note: This is valid for the other buildings as well.Riyadh 3. are particularly valid for the OCC’s building. Appendix 2: “Ground-coupled heat Exchanger”. Appendix 3: “Solar Chimney” Therefore. the Contractor shall use buildings’ design and construction techniques in accordance with the technical and functional homogeneity criteria(s) of the different areas and considering the proximity of areas functionally interconnected.Vol 2 Part 1. hiding cables and part of equipment that cannot be unintentionally accessible. this kind of solution shall be used for buildings design wherever it deems possible. In order to minimize the operational movements of the personnel and the cables and pipes race ways. “Civil Works” shall be understood as the buildings’ civil works. Civil works requirements. For further details refer to the appendices hereunder: Appendix 1: “Sustainable Architecture”. Floating Floor The floating floor has an important aesthetic and safety function. 5. Civil Works Requirements In this section strictly. 4. As Civil Works aspects have a huge impact on the OCC’s performances. especially on installation and maintenance activities: Doors and passage ways shall be dimensioned to let equipment to be transported and installed as required in all work stages without wall disruption or ways enlargements. Note: Natural lighting shall not be considered as the only light source. Allow free air flow re-circulation of the air conditioning plant in the hollow space. A “sustainable approach” consists in the implementation of solutions which minimize the investment and maintenance cost of the buildings. Physical separation between the Control Room and the visitor area shall allow visitors to look at the Control Room where the system management is performed. and must be screened with special filtering systems like horizontal revolving panel.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Cooling features shall be particularly used within this project. Sustainable Building Design The Contractor shall design and build the various buildings with a “sustainable approach”. but without acoustically or visually interfering with operators’ activities.

Vol 2 Part 1.1 False Ceiling False ceilings perform very important functions relevant to general room environment and for hiding both the engineering and electrical plant parts installed on the ceiling. without other particular improvements. with an antistatic plastic laminate to ensure the functionality of the electronic equipment and personnel comfort. so to allow a visual inspection of the upper-mounted installations without disassemble the false ceiling panels. give the acoustic wave break effect and environmental dimensional ratios that permit good values to be obtained for the reverberation of sound.doc 22 July 2009 Page 184 / 240 . For Control Rooms which need to be highlighted. Electrical and engineering plants and illumination require false ceiling to be lowered by at least 600 mm with respect to the ceiling. the panel swill shall be finished in recomposed marble thus ensuring a good antistatic quality. The false ceiling conformation of the manufactured item shall: allow a good acoustic property. Acoustic properties shall avoid cracking and thumps during walking. and limit the sound reflection through the adoption of acoustic absorbent materials. This option allows a low speed air spread in zones where no disturbance is given to personnel. This type of false ceiling shall be preferably clear matt colour and shall be used to refine the operative zones. A considerable flexibility is also guaranteed indirectly in the equipment arrangement layout as well as the facility of subsequent changes. Panels’ surfaces shall be finished. 5. and a light color shall be adopted for maintenance purposes. the Contractor shall use panels made from inert materials approved “Class 0” against fire. The void space underneath shall optionally be used to diffuse part of the air conditioned air. It shall be open. The structure of the floating floor shall be earthed as it shall be metal made.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . helping the effectiveness of the air conditioning plant. adopting properly placed gratings. BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . For maintenance purposes the false ceiling shall be made of panels easy to be picked off and on without particular tools. for equipment rooms. Adopted materials shall assure antistatic properties.Riyadh Note: A guarantee that these characteristics are satisfied is given by the height of the hollow space (of at least 60 cm for plants of this type) between the level of the floor and the rustic of the support floor. For a silent floor and prevention against fire.

installation and maintenance for the equipment and their infrastructures. Proper insulation shall be provided between internal areas and external environment in terms of heath exchange and noise propagation. Interior walls shall be coated with marble and/or marbled plaster. For further details refer to the appendices hereunder: Appendix 1: “Sustainable Architecture”. For health reasons. Walls colours shall always have medium-clear shades. the air flows and the pipes sectioning. Therefore. intrusion attempts.Vol 2 Part 1. duration and healthy criteria. 6. with an objective of minimization of the maintenance cost as well as of utilities dependency. Walls. riots.2 Interior Wall Coating The Contractor shall favour maintainability.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . taking into account the effect on safety in case of fire or other accidents. Air-Conditioning and Ventilation Plant Requirements 6. BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . passages. but nevertheless decisive part of the technical plants. moulding or any that could interfere with health shall be favoured by structure and materials. windows and door frames shall give space to move equipment whilst permitting an effective insulation for air conditioning and enough protection against unauthorized intrusions.3 Relationship with Equipment The civil works represent the “passive”. the background noise coming from outside shall not exceed 45 dB (A). 5. The climatic conditions in KSA are such that measures must be taken to maintain the equipment in appropriate temperatures. the Contractor shall consider the following aspects: No toxicity of coating materials. Appendix 3: “Solar Chimney” 6. distribution of the different areas and rooms shall be evaluated. to allow a good control over lighting and avoid too much reflecting surfaces. a significant part of the technical equipment shall be housed in buildings. No dusting.2 Equipment Control and Monitoring In case of fire. actions shall be taken.1 General Requirements The OCC centralized and local equipment. particular care shall be taken to allow easiness of transport. Moreover. the use of sustainable solutions is required wherever it is possible. Appendix 2: “Ground-coupled heat Exchanger”.doc 22 July 2009 Page 185 / 240 . the closure of dampers and fire barriers. through the fire detection system. As an alternative to air conditioning techniques. Particularly.Riyadh 5. as well as.

the anti-intrusion system shall never be an obstacle towards evacuation activities. jointly with a training course for personnel. it shall be able to report every intrusion attempt committed in any way and with any means. able to avoid manumissions even with light weapons. particular care shall be used to supervise emergency exits. Air conditioning equipment shall never be a spread way for fire or smoke. Fire Detection/Extinguishing System Requirements As previously mentioned. auxiliary plants and equipment is required.doc 22 July 2009 Page 186 / 240 . the following actions are foreseen: The civil works shall perform the function of fire compartment and insulation. BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . a guide and manuals. 7. 8.2 Relationship with Equipment and Civil Works The alarm system shall avoid false triggers and allow the quick and precise detection of time and place of the intrusion attempt. As already highlighted under the fire detection fighting system section. No interference/obstacle to people moving shall be put by an anti-intrusion system during emergency evacuation procedures. Anti-Intrusion System Requirements 8. Therefore. Short and safe escape routes shall be assured.Riyadh These procedures shall be carefully defined by the Contractor either for emergency procedure activation or for restoration of the normal operative conditions. 8. the Operation Control Centre and technical rooms shall be protected not only against collapse risks. Nevertheless.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .1 General The anti-intrusion system shall be able to prevent unauthorized access into the buildings and above all into any OCC control/equipment room and shall impede any damages to the building structures in case of act of vandalism. Air conditioning machinery to be installed outside shall be equipped with active and passive protections. important feature for a safety critical system like air conditioning system. The duplication of the systems in the Control/Equipment Rooms shall avoid as much as possible the risk of single point failure. All rooms shall have outwards openings or pipes performing the equivalent function. Moreover. but the contribution of civil works. but the overall design shall ensure the lowest possible disturb to the operative features in case of fire. The only charge of the fire detection/extinguishing system is not sufficient to achieve this target.Vol 2 Part 1. The restoration shall always be bound to permission by the fire detection system. shall be provided by the Contractor with the contribution of local Authorities. At the same time.

Vol 2 Part 1. BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . To meet the targets two subsystems shall be used: One shall ensure general lighting in rooms.doc 22 July 2009 Page 187 / 240 . basic requirement is to prevent glare on monitors and working surface. General lighting shall have an important aesthetic impact and a big comfort way. keyboards and monitors. Service lighting shall be accomplished with lamps dedicated to several operation positions and with a high bright flux control. Other shall ensure bright support for Operator tasking (service lighting) at the OCC for instance.7.3 Lighting Fittings The Contractor shall ensure: A medium lighting level about 350 Lux (E med) with a uniformity coefficient (E Min/E Med) not lower than 0.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 8. It shall be made with an innovative indirect light system based on high performance floodlight and reflecting aluminium mirror suspended under false ceiling. Optimal lighting terms for the work that must be developed with mice.

doc 22 July 2009 Page 188 / 240 . 9. APPENDICES 9. Sustainable architecture is framed by the larger discussion of sustainability and the pressing economic and political issues of our world. is a general term that describes environmentally-conscious design techniques in the field of architecture.1. In the broad context.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 1. energy. BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .Riyadh 9. sustainable architecture seeks to minimize the negative environmental impact of buildings by enhancing efficiency and moderation in the use of materials.1 Sustainable Energy Figure 2 : The passive house standard combines a variety of techniques and technologies to achieve ultra-low energy use.1 Appendix N° 1: Sustainable Architecture Sustainable architecture. also known as "Green building" (or "green architecture"). and development space.

Louvers or light shelves are installed to allow the sunlight in during the winter (when the sun is lower in the sky) and keep it out in the summer (when the sun high in the sky). heating systems are a primary focus for sustainable architecture because they are typically one of the largest single energy drains in buildings. Windows are placed to maximize the input of heat-creating light while minimizing the loss of heat through glass. Masonry building materials with high thermal mass are very valuable for retaining the cool temperatures of night throughout the day. low energy buildings typically have a very low surface area to volume ratio to minimize heat loss. Typically passive solar building designs incorporate materials with high thermal mass that retain heat effectively and strong insulation that works to prevent heat escape. on-site energy recycling technologies can effectively recapture energy from waste hot water and stale air and transfer that energy into incoming fresh cold water or fresh air. such as southwestern mission buildings. In colder climates. Site and building orientation have a major effect on a building's HVAC efficiency. Many of these valuable strategies are employed in some way by the traditional architecture of warm regions.1. Ventilation and Cooling System Efficiency The most important and cost effective element of an efficient heating. air and compost streams. by means of awnings. A more efficient building requires less heat generating or dissipating power.Riyadh Energy efficiency over the entire life cycle of a building is the most important single goal of sustainable architecture. such as double or triple glazed insulated windows with gas filled spaces and low emissivity (low-E) coatings. Buildings are often designed to capture and channel existing winds.Vol 2 Part 1. Preventing excess solar gain by means of solar shading devices in the summer months is important to reduce cooling needs. Coniferous or evergreen plants are often planted to the north of buildings to shield against cold north winds. In warmer climates where cooling is a primary concern. Off the shelf. 9. In the northern hemisphere this usually involves installing a large number of southfacing windows to collect direct sun and severely restricting the number of north-facing windows. Low energy designs also requires the use of (mobile) solar shading. In addition. Certain window types. This means that sprawling multi-winged building designs (often thought to look more "organic") are often avoided in favour of more centralized structures. Architects use many different techniques to reduce the energy needs of buildings and increase their ability to capture or generate their own energy.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Deciduous trees are often planted in front of windows to block excessive sun in summer with their leaves but allow light through in winter when their leaves fall off. provide much better insulation than single-pane glass windows. Recapture of energy for uses other than gardening from compost leaving buildings requires centralized anaerobic digesters. Significant amounts of energy are flushed out of buildings in the water. ventilating. and air conditioning (HVAC) system is a well insulated building. blinds or shutters. a poor insulator. Traditional cold climate buildings such as American colonial saltbox designs provide a good historical model for centralized heat efficiency in a small scale building. BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . In addition builders often opt for sprawling single story structures in order to maximize surface area and heat loss. Passive solar building design allows buildings to harness the energy of the sun efficiently without the use of any active solar mechanisms such as photovoltaic cells or solar hot water panels. but may require more ventilation capacity to expel polluted indoor air. passive solar designs can also be very effective.2 Heating. particularly the especially cool winds coming from nearby bodies of water.doc 22 July 2009 Page 189 / 240 . to relieve the solar heat gain in summer and to reduce the need for artificial cooling.

Ideally.Vol 2 Part 1.6 Waste Management Sustainable architecture focuses on the on-site use of waste. when it is sited to work with the forces of nature. particularly for North American households. wood fibre plates. most building should avoid suburban sprawl in favour of the kind of light urban development articulated by the New Urbanism movement.4 Building Placement One central and often ignored aspect of sustainable architecture is building placement. Undersized wind turbines (normal turbines are often over 250 feet) may have been oversold and do not always provide the returns promised.5 Sustainable Building Materials Some examples of sustainable building materials include recycled denim or blown-in fibre glass insulation. and light industrial areas more accessible for those travelling by foot.1.Riyadh In climates with four seasons. sisal.1. BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . when combined with on-site food waste composting and off-site recycling. Careful mixed use zoning can make commercial. Linoleum. can reduce a house's waste to a small amount of packaging waste. Trass. sheep wool. has the longest photovoltaic wall in the world. which is one of the strongest and fastest growing woody plants. Roofs are often angled toward the sun to allow photovoltaic panels to collect at maximum efficiency. The Samundra Institute of Maritime Studies (SIMS) at Lonavala. as proposed in the Principles of Intelligent Urbanism. coconut. residential.3 Alternative Energy Production and Building Design Active solar devices such as photovoltaic solar panels help to provide sustainable electricity for any use. clay. bicycle. 9. 9. Although many may envision the ideal environmental home or office structure as an isolated place in the middle of the woods. when heat is recaptured (to be used immediately or stored). near Pune India. and when renewable energy is utilized. 9. when the heat plant relying on fossil fuels or electricity is greater than 100% efficient. they usually increase the energy consumption required for transportation and lead to unnecessary auto emissions. expanded clay grains. such structures often serve as the unknowing frontlines of suburban sprawl. rammed earth. flax linen. cork. and some buildings even move throughout the day to follow the sun. calcium sand stone and bamboo. see grass.doc 22 July 2009 Page 190 / 240 . an integrated energy system will increase in efficiency: when the building is well insulated.1. panels made from paper flakes. at over ninety meters long. 9. Occasionally houses that use a combination of these methods achieve the lofty goal of "zero energy" and can even begin generating excess energy for use in other structures: for example the Kingspan Lighthouse project by BRE. vermiculite. and composting toilets to reduce sewage. sustainably harvested wood. Active solar water heating systems have long provided heating-specific energy in a sustainable manner. Second.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . incorporating things such as grey water systems for use on garden beds. These methods.1. this kind of placement is often detrimental to the environment. or public transit. baked earth. and non-toxic low-VOC glues and paints. First.

They also provide the added benefit of controlled.1. While the existing social constructs can be seen to influence architecture. if successful.2 Appendix N° 2: Ground-Coupled Heat Exchanger 9. The reduction in use of new materials creates a corresponding reduction in embodied energy (energy used in the production of materials). cooling or heat pump systems since there are no compressors. It can help to reduce stress in many situations.doc 22 July 2009 Page 191 / 240 .8 Social Sustainability in Architecture Architectural design can play a large part in influencing the ways that social groups interact. lowering the risk of stress-related health problems. Art can also be a way of individual expression. Sustainable design can help to create a sustainable way of living within a community. Often sustainable architects attempt to retro-fit old structures to serve new needs in order to avoid unnecessary development. both physical and mental. the opposite can also be true. filtered.7 Re-Using Structures and Materials Some sustainable architecture incorporates recycled or second hand materials. Communist Russia's Constructivist Social condensers are a good example of this. in that architecture can lead the way for the greater community. can help people to see the benefit of living sustainably. for example. Art can be a powerfully positive social force.Riyadh 9. 9.1. chemicals or burners and only blowers are required to move the air.2.1 Benefits Properly-designed earth cooling tubes offer a sustainable alternative to reduce or eliminate the need for conventional compressor-based air conditioning systems. well-weatherized.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . buildings which were designed with the specific intention of controlling or directing the flow of everyday life to "create socially equitable spaces". which can add to the community as a whole. Hundertwasser's buildings in Austria are an inspiring example of art giving back to the community.2. They are often a viable and economical alternative to conventional heating. 9. Alabama. this can be seen in many of Rural Studio's buildings in and around Hale County. efficient building envelopes. temperate fresh air intake. BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .2 Principle Earth cooling tubes or earth warming tubes (also known as ground-coupled heat exchangers) utilize the earth's near constant subterranean temperature to warm or cool air for residential or industrial uses. 9.Vol 2 Part 1. which is especially valuable in tight. An overtly socially sustainable building. The same can be said for environmentally sustainable design.

Riyadh 9.doc 22 July 2009 Page 192 / 240 .3 Design Most systems are usually constructed from 100 to 600mm (4 to 24 inch) diameter. Note: Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value. plastic-coated metal pipes or plastic pipes coated with inner antimicrobial layers. rigid or semi-rigid plastic.5 to 3m (6 to 10 feet) underground where the ambient Earth temperature is typically 10 to 23 °C (50-73 ° F) all year round in the temperate lati tudes where most humans live. since it cools and re-cools the same air. For installations in houses with basements. In certain geographic areas.3 to 10 microns. Earth Tubes with BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . The MERV rating is from 1 to 16. It is better to draw in filtered passive cooling tube air than unconditioned outside air. and ensures that entering fresh air is filtered and tempered. The cooling tubes are typically 30 metres (100 feet) long (or more) of straight tube into the home. could draw a quantity of fresh air when an air pressure drop is created by a solar chimney. a closed loop design. the tube must continually slope towards either the condensation tower or the condensation drain. smooth-walled (so they do not easily trap condensation moisture and mold). or a combination: Closed loop system: Air from inside the home or structure is blown through a U-shaped loop(s) of typically 30 to 150m (100 to 500 feet) of tube(s) where it is moderated to near earth temperature before returning to be distributed via ductwork throughout the home or structure. Ideally. kitchen or bathroom exhaust vents.4 Installation Whether using Earth tubes with or without antimicrobial material. the pipes are graded so that the condensation drain located within the house is at the lowest point. Corrugated or ribbed tubes and rough interior joints must not be used. 9. buried 1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2. The higher the ambient temperature of the Earth. When implementing in a house without a basement on a flat lot. commonly known as MERV Rating is a measurement scale designed in 1987 by the American Society of Heating. Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) to rate the effectiveness of air filters. the less effective they are for cooling and dehumidification. Higher MERV ratings correspond to a greater percentage of particles captured on each pass. Joints connecting the tubes together must be tight enough to prevent water or gas infiltration. In either installation.Vol 2 Part 1. An open system combined with an Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) (Energy recovery ventilation) can be nearly as efficient (80-95%) as a closed loop. an open 'fresh air' system. The scale is designed to represent the worst case performance of a filter when dealing with particles in the range of 0. even in closed loop mode. an external condensation tower can be installed at a depth lower than where the tube enters into the house and at a point close to the wall entry. it is important that the joints prevent Radon gas infiltration. it is extremely important that the underground cooling tube have an excellent condensation drain and be installed at a 2-3 degree grade to ensure the constant removal of condensed water from the tubes. clothes dryer. There are basically three configurations. including all joints must be smooth in which to aid in the flow and removal of condensate. depending on fresh air ventilation requirements. The closed loop system can be more effective (during air temperature extremes) than an open system. fireplace. The condensation tower installation requires the added use of a condensate pump in which to remove the water from the tower. Porous materials like uncoated concrete tubes cannot be used. Combination system: This can be constructed with dampers that allow either closed or open operation.2. Open system: outside air is drawn from a filtered air intake (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value MERV 8+ air filter is recommended). Such a design. Smaller diameter tubes require more energy to move the air and have less Earth contact surface area. The inner surface of the tube.

particularly in the Middle East.2. A simple description of a solar chimney is that of a vertical shaft utilizing solar energy to enhance the natural stack ventilation through a building. which also yields more efficient energy transfer and permits much higher volumes to be transferred. A solar chimney can use natural convection (warm air rising) to create a vacuum to draw filtered passive cooling tube air through the largest diameter cooling tubes. climatic temperature-and-relative-humidity extremes. During the day solar energy heats the chimney and the air within it. permitting more air exchanges in a shorter time period. ambient Earth temperature. 9. Damp soil in contact with the cooling tube conducts heat more efficiently than dry soil.1 Description In its simplest form. Natural convection may be slower than using a solar-powered fan. while dense damp soil with considerable shade should perform well. solar radiation. creating an updraft of air in the chimney. the solar chimney consists of a black-painted chimney. 9.3 Appendix N° 3: Solar Chimney A solar chimney . soil moisture content and the efficiency of the building's exterior envelope design / insulation.doc 22 July 2009 Page 193 / 240 .is a way of improving the natural ventilation of buildings by using convection of air heated by passive solar energy. The suction created at the chimney's base can be used to ventilate and cool the building below. tube diameter / length / depth. more efficient air flow.two 45-degree bends produce less-turbulent. 9. altitude. It is more efficient to pull air through a long tube than to push it with a fan. In most parts of the world it is easier to harness wind power for such ventilation as is done with a bagdir but on hot windless days a solar chimney can provide ventilation where otherwise there would be none. as well as by the Romans. While smooth-wall tubes are more efficient in moving the air. A slow drip watering system may improve thermal performance. The basic design elements of a solar chimney are: BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Generally. There are however a number of solar chimney variations.Vol 2 Part 1. soil type (thermal conductivity).Riyadh antimicrobial inner layers should be used in installations in which to inhibit the potential growth of molds and bacteria within the tubes.5 Efficiency and Effectiveness Earth cooling tubes vary widely depending on the location latitude. The solar chimney has been in use for centuries.often referred to as a thermal chimney .3. they are less efficient in transferring energy. Larger tubes permit a slower airflow.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Sharp 90-degree angles should be avoided in the construction of the tube . dry-and-low-density soil with little or no ground shade will yield the least benefit.

doc 22 July 2009 Page 194 / 240 . cross section and the thermal properties of this structure are also very important. BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . using a large greenhouse at the base rather than relying solely on heating the chimney itself.Riyadh - - The solar collector area: This can be located in the top part of the chimney or can include the entire shaft. The orientation. insulation and thermal properties of this element are crucial for harnessing. The main ventilation shaft: The location.Vol 2 Part 1. height. The inlet and outlet air apertures: The sizes.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . location as well as aerodynamic aspects of these elements are also significant. A principle has been proposed for solar power generation. retaining and utilizing solar gains. type of glazing.

Absorption of heat from the sun can be increased by using a glazed surface on the side facing the sun. Heat absorbing material can be used on the opposing side.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Natural ventilation can be created by providing vents in the upper level of a building to allow warm air to rise by convection and escape to the outside. Innovative technologies along with bioclimatic principles and traditional design strategies are often combined to create new and potentially successful design solutions. This drawing of air can be used to ventilate a home or office.3.Vol 2 Part 1.2 Solar Chimney and Sustainable Architecture Figure 3 :This solar chimney draws air through a geothermal heat exchange to provide passive home cooling. mostly through research and experimentation. Trees may be planted on that side of the building to provide shade for cooler outside air. pollution and dwindling energy supplies have led to a new environmental approach in building design.doc 22 July 2009 Page 195 / 240 . The chimney has to be higher than the roof level. The size of the heat-absorbing surface is more important than the diameter of the chimney. to draw air through a geothermal heat exchange. or to ventilate only a specific area such as a composting toilet. At the same time cooler air can be drawn in through vents at the lower level. and has to be constructed on the wall facing the direction of the sun. This natural ventilation process can be augmented by a solar chimney. A large surface area allows for more effective heat exchange with the air BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . A solar chimney can serve many purposes. The solar chimney is one of these concepts currently explored by scientists as well as designers.Riyadh 9. Air conditioning and mechanical ventilation have been for decades the standard method of environmental control in many building types especially offices. Global warming. Direct gain warms air inside the chimney causing it to rise out the top and drawing air in from the bottom.

doc 22 July 2009 Page 196 / 240 . hot days. A Trombe wall is a sun-facing wall built from material that can act as a thermal mass (such as stone. small spaces with minimal exposure to external elements. The use of a solar chimney may benefit natural ventilation and passive cooling strategies of buildings thus help reduce energy use. Greater choice of air intake (i. Allow ventilation of narrow. To further maximize the cooling effect. combined with an air space. leeward side of building).e. Improved control of air flow though a building. By integrating the attic space with a solar chimney. Increased night time ventilation rates.Riyadh necessary for heating by solar radiation. improving ventilation. Potential benefits regarding natural ventilation and use of solar chimneys are: Improved ventilation rates on still. Heating of the air within the chimney will enhance convection. insulated glazing and vents to form a large solar thermal collector. Openings of the vents in the chimney should face away from the direction of the prevailing wind. metal. Potential benefits regarding passive cooling may include: BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . the hot air in the attic can be put to work. Improved air quality and reduced noise levels in urban areas. but it wasn't until 1964 that the design was popularized by the engineer Felix Trombe and architect Jacques Michel following the construction of a passive solar house using the principle in Odeillo. CO2 emissions and pollution in general. Reduced reliance on wind and wind driven ventilation. concrete. the incoming air may be led through underground ducts before it is allowed to enter the building.Vol 2 Part 1. providing solar heating instead. A variation of the solar chimney concept is the solar attic. In a hot sunny climate the attic space is often blazingly hot in the summer.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The added advantage of this design is that the system may be reversed during the cold season. It can help the convection in the chimney. France. adobe or water tanks). and hence airflow through the chimney. Figure 4 Edward Morse patented the design in 1881 (US Patent 246626). The solar chimney can be improved by integrating it with a Trombe wall. In a conventional building this presents a problem as it leads to the need for increased air conditioning.

solar shading. Overnight. The women's buildings on the outskirts of town are functional as more conventional solar chimneys. thermal mass walls and stainless steel round exhausts rising a few meters above roof level. During warm. The movement of air across the chimney tops enhances the stack effect. The exposed curved ceiling gives more surface area than a flat ceiling would. Africa contribute to the coolness felt by the men who rest underneath. incorporates solar assisted passive ventilation stacks as part of its ventilation strategy. arid climate this approach may contribute to a sustainable way to provide air conditioning for buildings. On warm windy days air is drawn in through passages in the curved hollow concrete floor slabs. The chimneys are connected to the curved hollow concrete floor slabs which are cooled via night ventilation. acting as a cool ‘radiator’. BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Improved thermal comfort (improved air flow control. the BRE offices aim to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions by 30% from current best practice guidelines and sustain comfortable environmental conditions without the use of air conditioning. Designed by architects Feilden Clegg Bradley. Improved night cooling rates. Enhanced performance of thermal mass (cooling. Research based on actual performance measurements of the passive stacks found that they enhanced the cooling ventilation of the space during warm and still days and may also have the potential to assist night-time cooling due to their thermally massive structure. 9.5 Passive down-draft cool tower A technology closely related to the solar chimney is the evaporative down-draft cool tower. Low-energy fans in the tops of the stacks can also be used to improve airflow. The building utilizes five vertical shafts as an integral part of the ventilation and cooling strategy. reduced draughts). Pipes embedded in the floor can provide additional cooling utilizing groundwater. Evaporation of moisture from the pads on top of the Toguna buildings built by the Dogon people of Mali. still days.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The main components of theses stacks are a south facing glass-block wall. In areas with a hot. and hollow concrete slabs with embedded under floor cooling are key features of this building. hot days).4 Precedent Study: The Environmental Building The British Research Establishment (BRE) office building in Garston. Stack ventilation naturally rising out through the stainless steel chimneys enhances the air flow through the building. cool storage).Riyadh - Improved passive cooling during warm season (mostly on still.doc 22 July 2009 Page 197 / 240 .Vol 2 Part 1. Ventilation and heating systems are controlled by the building management system (BMS) while a degree of user override is provided to adjust conditions to occupants' needs. the building relies mostly on the stack effect while air is taken from the shady north side of the building. again providing summer cooling. 9. The passive ventilation stacks. control systems enable ventilation paths through the hollow concrete slab removing the heat stored during the day and storing ‘coolth’ for the following day.

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . causing a downdraft of cool air that will bring down the temperature inside the building.doc 22 July 2009 Page 198 / 240 . Figure 5 : Cool tower at Zion National Park's Visitor Center provides cool air. Airflow can be increased by using a solar chimney on the opposite side of the building to help in venting hot air to the outside. Evaporation cools the incoming air.Riyadh The principle is to allow water to evaporate at the top of a tower. The principle of the downdraft cool tower has been proposed for solar power generation as well.Vol 2 Part 1. either by using evaporative cooling pads or by spraying water. The Visitor Center was designed by the High Performance Buildings Research of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). This concept has been used for the Visitor Center of Zion National Park. END OF THE DOCUMENT BUILDINGS REQUIREMENTS (3608) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Bouhier 22 July 2009 Date: 22 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 .TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 1 .GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Title: CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS Document number: KAFD Project SYSTRA Transmitter PHB Phase PE Type ALL Discipline ALL Subject 3606 Doc.B. D. Massat Date 22 July 2009 Signature Checked by L.Riyadh Revision A0 A1 Date 16/06/2009 22/07/2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author D.M. Revision according to Hill Intl comments Revision: A1 Prepared by Name D. .M. / O. Fontaine 22 July 2009 Approved by O. Number T Family A1 Revision It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”.

.......................................................................................................................................... 202 GLOSSARY ...................................... 212 SALVAGE OF MATERIALS .................... 205 6........................................................................... 15............................... 205 DETECTION OF MOVEMENT/RECONSTRUCTION SURVEY .................................................................................. 18........................ 205 CONSTRUCTION SURVEY ....................................................1 10........................................................2 11..................................... 10.... 4. 207 7............................................................................................ 13...........................1 EMPLOYER AND ENGINEER’S REPRESENTATIVES SITE OFFICES AND FACILITIES .................................................................................................... 206 TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND UTILITIES SERVICES...........................................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1..... 17............... 203 ACCESS AND PROTECTION OF PROPERTY ...................................................................... 209 APPLICATION OF STANDARDS ......... 209 MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC DURING CONSTRUCTION ........................................... 212 DISPOSAL OF MATERIALS........................................................................... 2........................................................................... 211 WATER QUALITY DURING CONSTRUCTION ............. INTRODUCTION .................................. 209 TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONNEL ...... 213 10.. CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE AND CONSIDERATIONS .................................................... 14.................... 18........................... 212 SITE OFFICE AND CONSTRUCTION SITE ......................................................................................doc 22 July 2009 Page 200 / 240 . 204 PROTECTION OF STRUCTURES .................................................................................... 209 MESSING FACILITIES AND TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONNEL ............... 212 CONSTRUCTION NOISE CONTROL ........................................................................ 202 CONSTRUCTION GENERAL REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2 11..3 12..... 5............................................... 211 HISTORICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SPECIMENS ENCOUNTERED DURING CONSTRUCTION.............................1 6. 209 MESSING FACILITIES ................................................ 209 CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE FACTORS ..............1 11....................................... 6......................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .............................Vol 2 Part 1.............................................. 9... CONSTRUCTION SURVEY AND STAKE-OUT .......................................... 209 GENERAL ................................2 7......................................... 213 INSTALLATION ISSUES ....................................... 211 AIR QUALITY DURING CONSTRUCTION ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 210 TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES: APPLICATIONS AND DESIGN GUIDES ................. 16......... 207 8......... 11......................... 3....................1 CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master ........

................ 214 SAFETY ENFORCEMENT ........ 20.........................7 20... 218 DANGEROUS GOODS ................................................................................................................................Riyadh 18.................................................................................................... 219 SUBCONTRACTOR’S SAFETY ..................................Vol 2 Part 1...2 20.................................... 219 20......................................................... 213 SITE SAFETY ..............................................................................8 20........................................................................KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .................. 217 FIRST AID .6 20............................ 217 GENERAL SAFETY MEASURES .................................................................2 19...................................................10 20...................................................................................................... MATERIAL DELIVERY .................... 219 TEMPORARY ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ..................... 218 TEST CERTIFICATES FOR CONTRACTOR’S EQUIPMENT ........... 213 SITE SAFETY PLAN ......................................... 218 PLANT UNDER TEST .............................................................................4 20.............................................................3 20... 218 FIRE REGULATIONS AND SAFETY ..................................................................................................................................................................9 20..........................................................11 20................... 213 SITE ACCESS CONDITIONS ..................................................5 20......................................................12 CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master ..................................................1 20........................ 213 HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................................................................................................................doc 22 July 2009 Page 201 / 240 ....................................................................................................... 218 CONTRACTOR’S LIFTING EQUIPMENT ........

Introduction This document defines minimum construction criteria required under this Contract. 2. when “the Operator” or the “O&M Contractor” appears.Vol 2 Part 1. In this document. it must be understood as the operating part of the EPCO Contractor.doc 22 July 2009 Page 202 / 240 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh 1.Air Conditioning International Electrotechnical Convention Integrated System Demonstration Program Low Smoke. Fume and Halogen National Fire Protection Association Maintenance Management System Mean Time To Repair Notification to proceed Operation Control Centre Project Management Plan Polyvinyl Chloride Reliability Availability Maintainability Reliability Availability Maintainability Safety Safety Integrity Level System Assurance Monitoring Plan System Assurance Plan Take Over Certificate International Union of Railways Verification. Tests and Acceptance Work Breakdown Structure CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Ventilation . Glossary AC CDRL DCP DMIS EMC EMI EN HVAC IEC ISDP LSFH NFPA MMS MTTR NTP OCC PMP PVC RAM RAMS SIL SAMP SAP TOC UIC VTA WBS Alternative current Contract Deliverable Requirements List Design Control Point Database Management Information System Electro Magnetic Compatibility Electro Magnetic Interference European Standard Heating.

hoardings. ditches. and utilities disturbed during construction or System installation. roads. warning lamps and barricades as necessary in all such places. 1. The Contractor shall take all reasonable and proper steps for the protection of all places on or about the works which may be dangerous to his workmen or any other persons or to traffic. passages. and shall not request from the Engineer permission to commence construction or procurement activity until the Engineer has accepted the completed Construction and Procurement Documents. the Contractor shall clean and protect adjoining work and work in progress. on a basis of continuous daily maintenance. lubricate and maintain operable components and subsystems. This requirement includes removing all debris and cleaning the site. It is the Contractor's responsibility to ensure that continuous access is maintained to all properties adjacent to the works throughout the Contract period to the Engineer's satisfaction. the Contractor shall provide Construction Documents and Procurement Documents advanced to the 100% completion level. The responsibility lies with the Contractor for the repair and return to the previous condition of items to which the Contractor's works have caused damage. Construction General Requirements This Section shall be read in conjunction with corresponding section of Civil Works Specifications. roads. to achieve operability until the Taking Over Certificate is delivered by the Engineer. 3. In pursuance of his obligations under the conditions of Contract. The Contractor shall take all necessary precautions to protect buildings.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The Contractor shall provide and place fresh or brackish water at his own expense for dust control when and where construction operations require it and at locations where specifically directed by the Engineer due to conditions created by the Contractor or his construction operations. In the case of existence of buildings. The Contractor shall adjust. The Contractor shall make use of fences and panels that are approved by the Employer. He shall provide all necessary dust sheets. This manual shall be provided at the start of the present contract. barriers and guard rails.Vol 2 Part 1. structure. During handling and installation of work at the project site. and clear away same at completion. culverts and other apparatus if found and he shall not demolish or remove any of these works except according to specific instructions by the Engineer. As a precondition to commencing construction and procurement activities. His attention is drawn to the respect of the signage Manual for any protection or information element on the sites.doc 22 July 2009 Page 203 / 240 . streets. excavations or any other work adjacent to the Site. etc. CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . the Contractor shall whenever required or directed by the Engineer cover up and protect the works from weather and from damage by his own or other workmen performing subsequent operations. The Contractor shall apply protective coverings on installed work to prevent damage or deterioration. facilities.Riyadh 3. fences. The Contractor shall restore any infrastructure. 2. The Contractor shall keep clean and maintain installed work during the construction period. The Contractor shall provide and maintain warning signs. landscaping. waterways. The Contractor shall not commence any construction or procurement activity prior approval of the Engineer. the Contractor shall make necessary arrangements and take precautions for their support and protection at his own expense.

suitable equipment including mechanical road sweepers solely for this purpose throughout the course of the works. Maintenance of adjacent property access.. buildings. and subsurface facilities. vibration. which are being used by the Contractor's constructional traffic shall be kept clean and clear of all dirt. The Contractor shall provide. fences. signals. etc. and provide security services for the protection of the public. at-grade. Adjacent property condition surveys. and adjoining public places. Convenient access to all property from roads and highways along the line of work shall be maintained. noise. Contractor laydown. All historic. As other works will be carried out simultaneously with the construction of the Works. and protection of significant trees. and standpipe shall be maintained. staging areas. ducts. Maintenance of pedestrian and vehicular traffic. and protect the wires. whether part of the Works or not. The Contractor shall be responsible for the following: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) l) m) obtaining permits. offices. the work site. free access to each fire hydrant. and fire alarm boxes. The Contractor shall coordinate its activities with other contractors who work in the same area in accordance with the Engineer. egress. access to work sites will have to be coordinated through the Engineer or with the General Consultant of the Employer. manholes. adjoining property. Restricted working hours and meteorological delays. accesses to houses. Survey and stake-out. posts and poles. maintain signs. maintain. and instrumentation.Vol 2 Part 1. maintain and use as directed by the Engineer. the Contractor shall erect security surfaces. Maintenance of traffic control and control devices. barricades. Maintenance of emergency access.Riyadh Existing roads. and bypass. CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . which may impact on the working conditions and Safety at Works. cables. and Air. Construction will include aerial. depicted or specified. and park preservation regulations. Privacy of adjacent properties Temporary drainage and erosion control. fire alarm box. hydrants shall be extended by suitable tubes or piping to an accessible point coordinated with the Engineer and Civil Defence of Riyadh. and any new roads. and pedestrian bridges.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Access and Protection of Property The Contractor shall utilize methods to minimize inconvenience to owners of affected property during construction operations. and water quality control. When construction work is being conducted. 4. Construction safety and life-safety procedures. and services. The Contractor shall safeguard. mud and material dropped from vehicles or from tyres and any damage caused shall be repaired at the Contractor's expense. Where necessary.doc 22 July 2009 Page 204 / 240 . Where required. Attention is brought to the Contractor about the Climatic conditions defined in another General Specifications.

and check bearing plates to confirm installation at their exact elevation. the Contractor. All required rights-of-way and easement limits shall be established. integrity. and shall tie the points to benchmarks and indices sufficiently remote to not be disturbed by the Contractor's operations. and structures affected by the Contractor's work. by setting special hubs or reference points. utilities) adjacent to the project before the start of site works. 6.. to the Client’s satisfaction.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . monuments. An existing building Construction survey will be prepared by the Contractor within 6 months of the commencement of the contract and submitted to the Engineer for information and acceptance. or absence of relevant data shall be notified to the Engineer for interpretation or communication when such is observed or required. that existing structures located along the alignment. establish the elevation of bearing surfaces. retaining walls. Before the erection of structural steel is started. throughout the life of the Contract. utilities. protect. All control points shall be properly guarded and flagged for easy identification. shall establish a system of vertical and horizontal control points on or about such buildings or structures. Damaged or destroyed points. and be responsible for the safety. apparent discrepancy. etc. 6. Such points shall be checked weekly or more often if necessary.Riyadh 5. located and protected to remain undisturbed until no longer needed. The Contractor shall also accurately establish the centreline of bearings for elevated structure abutments and piers. bridges. prior to excavation. stability and integrity of all existing buildings. will not be affected by the project. Protection of Structures The Contractor shall maintain. Any error. Drainage structures shall be staked out by the Contractor at the locations and elevations shown on the Plans. The Contractor shall perform a complete survey of the existing structures (including but not limited to buildings. Construction Survey In order to detect any movement of buildings or structures that may be affected by the Contractor's work. during the construction period and at the end of the Contract. roads.doc 22 July 2009 Page 205 / 240 . by a qualified person under the direction of a professional engineer. stakes. The Contractor shall accurately mark the location of anchor bolts to be installed. The Contractor shall provide assessment of the existing structures and demonstrate. or any reference points made inaccessible by the progress of the construction CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . benchmarks or stakes. staked and referenced by the Contractor concurrent with the construction stake-out survey. The Contractor shall take all the necessary mitigation measures to ensure the durability. stability and safety of the surrounding existing structures. of all bearings. The Contractor shall be responsible for the accuracy of the survey and stake-out work and shall maintain all reference points.Vol 2 Part 1. both vertically and horizontally. the Contractor shall verify by accurate field measurements the locations.1 Construction Survey and Stake-Out The Contractor shall do all necessary surveying required to construct all elements of the project. The exact position of all work shall be established from control points.

and other means to accurately determine the existing roadway conditions. and retie all control points as permanently as possible. pins.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . survey notes and other records shall be made available to the Engineer upon request and shall become the property of the Engineer. The Contractor shall use photographs.doc 22 July 2009 Page 206 / 240 . The Engineer may check all or any portion of the survey and stake-out work or notes made by the Contractor. Computations. the Contractor shall re-establish. and shall be accurately reset in their proper position upon completion of the construction work.Vol 2 Part 1.Riyadh shall be replaced or transferred by the Contractor. Any existing stakes. a detailed inspection of existing roadway conditions shall be conducted by the Contractor and the Engineer’s responsible for the roadway structure. the Contractor shall re-stake with pins or other acceptable hubs located directly adjacent to the work at a spacing directed by the Engineer. Prior to commencement of construction activity. All computations necessary to establish the exact position of the work from control points shall be made and preserved by the Contractor. 6.2 Detection of Movement/Reconstruction Survey The Contractor shall perform a preconstruction survey of the interior and exterior conditions of the existing buildings and any existing structures affected by construction activities. Any necessary correction to the work shall be made immediately by the Contractor. Any alterations or revisions in the ties shall be so noted and the information provided to the Engineer immediately. Such checking shall not relieve the Contractor of any responsibilities for the accuracy or completeness of the survey and stake-out work. video tapes. During the progress of the construction work. The Contractor shall be responsible for all claims for damages and for repairing or replacing damaged facilities. All stake-out survey work shall be referenced to the centrelines shown on the Plans. CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . or other markers defining property lines that may be disturbed during construction shall be properly tied into fixed reference points before being disturbed. Any roadway deterioration or damage attributed in part to the Contractor's activity shall be repaired by the Contractor to the satisfaction of the Roads and Transport Authority. For operation requiring extreme accuracy. if necessary. Prior to completion of the Contract. the Contractor shall provide all of the surveying and stakeout incidental to the proper location by line and grade for each phase of the work. All control points shall be referenced by ties to acceptable objects and recorded. survey monuments.

Temporary electrical service shall include: Providing lighting and power for field offices. fire protection. first aid. fire protection. and maintaining temporary portable fire protection equipment throughout the construction period. ventilation. fees. the real number of representatives will be defined by the Contractor.1 Employer and Engineer’s Representatives Site Offices and Facilities Before the commencement of the construction.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . maintain. and cleaning. and heating. installing. Providing battery-operated or equivalent emergency lighting facilities at construction areas where normal light failures would cause employees to be subjected to potentially hazardous conditions. Temporary water service shall include providing.doc 22 July 2009 Page 207 / 240 . and testing operations. and maintaining a temporary water system throughout the construction period for drinking. installation. Providing night security lighting at secured areas within construction limits at offices. interior construction lighting. construction. Providing separation of single-user toilets for privacy between the sexes during construction. and remove all temporary facilities. installing. Temporary Facilities and Utilities Services The Contractor shall install. The characteristics of the offices and the items to be provided by the Contractor are listed here below. including installation. field offices. storage facilities. operate. and to prevent damage to materials stored by the Contractor. Temporary fire protection shall include providing. - 7. air-conditioning. Temporary facilities shall meet all applicable codes. installing. These offices (indicative dimension: at least 14m2 for each representative) shall be located on each site in accordance with the requirements of the project. water. and maintaining a temporary HVAC system to allow construction work to be performed within local safety and code requirements. provide and maintain suitable site offices for the exclusive use of the 6 (six) Employer’s representative and of 15 (twenty) Engineer’s representatives. and temporary easements. These numbers are indicative. testing such facilities regularly. the Contractor shall provide. and ventilation equipment. connection charges. sanitation. storage facilities. and maintaining temporary sanitary facilities and services throughout the construction period. including tools. - Temporary telephone service shall include providing. and deposits required by the governing authorities. and sanitary service needed for construction and installation of the Transit System at its own expenses. Temporary sanitary service shall include: Providing. equipment.Riyadh 7. including offices. and maintaining all telephone service needed to effectively run the construction. and other construction facilities and areas. Providing power centres for electrically operated and controlled construction facilities. installing. and air conditioning shall include providing. cooling. and removal of equipment. electrical power. CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . installing. and regulations Temporary heating. laws. and excavated areas. Providing for temporary electrical service permits. Submitting shop drawings with details and layout of temporary installations for acceptance prior to installing any temporary facility. telephone. maintenance. rules.Vol 2 Part 1.

waterproof. Soundproof. All these shall be provided by the Contractor to the Engineer up to 90 Days after issuance of the Take Over Certificate. The Contractor shall be responsible for the daily cleaning and maintenance of the offices. An access to internet (speed >2 Mb/s. Prayer Room A computer network system with 50 computers capability and 6 printers and associated software. equipments and related items (upon satisfactory Contract completion.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Facilities. they will remain the property of the Contractor). - In the event of failure or malfunction of any item of equipment in the office. The Contractor shall provide each office with (indicative numbers): 9 (nine) dedicated telephone lines and sets and 3 (three) dedicated lines and set for facsimile (all charges shall be paid by the Contractor and International call charges incurred by the Employer’s or Engineer’s representatives shall be paid respectively by themselves).Riyadh These site offices shall be approved by the Employer and the Engineer. air conditioning. CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . ventilation and furniture. furnishings.C. their fixtures and fittings All offices shall be: weather-tight with lighting.Vol 2 Part 1. A secure FTP site for up/downloading large files (capacity of the FTP site: approximately 6 GB. shower fitting and lavatory basin. electrical outlets.doc 22 July 2009 Page 208 / 240 . fire proof and well isolated. European W.. up and down). upgradable to 20GB). the contractor shall provide a substitute item equivalent to the defective one without undue delay for the repair or replacement period The Contractor shall provide 36 covered car parks on site for the exclusive use of the Employer’s and Engineer’s representatives.

The Contractor shall sequence all underground utility and system work to precede permanent roadway work. in a logical sequence.Vol 2 Part 1. Construction Schedule Factors The Contractor shall provide a detailed schedule of all work to be performed. material lay-down. 10. in order to minimize impacts on traffic and utility services during construction. and in accordance with construction and maintenance of traffic requirements. staging.1 General These criteria set forth basic principles and prescribe standards for the design. Maintenance of Traffic during Construction 11.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Messing facilities and Transportation of Personnel 10. with provision of ample margin for emergency or overload. These principles and standards apply to the safe and expeditious movement of traffic through construction and maintenance zones and the safety of the work force CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Construction Sequence and Considerations Construction-related plant and support operations shall be determined. The Contractor shall maintain both vehicular and pedestrian traffic on the various existing streets and existing parking facilities within and adjacent to the project sites at all times during construction.Riyadh 8. Locations requiring road widening or relocations shall proceed in advance of track and station construction. and maintenance of the various types of traffic control devices required for street construction and maintenance operations work.1 Messing Facilities The Contractor shall be responsible for and make its own arrangements for providing all necessary messing and catering facilities that may be required for all grades of its own and its Subcontractors' staff and all Costs in connection with such facilities shall be borne by the Contractor. The sequence of construction shall be developed to permit permanent or temporary roadway facilities or utility work to proceed in advance of the main track construction. The locations of stationary equipment. Road work directly adjacent to track and station construction shall be sequenced after completion of the major structural work. and parking and office facilities for Engineer use shall be determined.2 Transportation of Personnel The Contractor shall be responsible for and make its own arrangements for the transportation of all persons employed by the Contractor and the Engineer in connection with carrying out the Works and all Costs in connection with such transportation shall be borne by the Contractor. 9. mobile equipment. taking into account work location and demands of the project schedule.doc 22 July 2009 Page 209 / 240 . 10. application. 11.

11. traffic control signals. Traffic movement shall be inhibited as little as possible. The Contractor shall provide. re-position. lighting units. and workers. Motorists shall be guided in a clear and positive manner while approaching and traversing construction and maintenance areas. barriers.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . and use of other devices effective under varying conditions of light and weather shall be provided for positive guidance of the motorist in advance of and through the work area. All diversions must be approved by the concerned Authorities prior to implementation. and shall be submitted to the Engineer for approval. The Contractor shall maintain all signs. as detailed as necessary. The Contractor shall not commence any work which affects the public highway until all approved traffic safety measures are fully operational to the satisfaction of the Engineer and the relevant Authorities. A plan for the maintenance of traffic shall be developed by the Contractor and submitted to the Engineer. traffic control signals and road markings in a clean and legible condition and shall position.2 Application of Standards The Contractor shall have the primary responsibility for maintaining the safety of motorists. shall be prepared and approved by the Engineer and the relevant Authorities. lamps. maintenance work shall be planned and conducted to provide for the safety of motorists. cover or remove them as required by the progress of the works. Prior to commencing any individual diversion or traffic control the Contractor shall provide to the Engineer details of his overall scheme of traffic control or diversions for the entire project giving his programme of diversions etc. Construction time shall be minimized to reduce exposure to potential hazards. The Contractor shall prepare a scheme of traffic management for carrying out the works. erect and maintain such traffic signs. Traffic safety in construction zones shall be an integral and high-priority element from planning through design and construction. Adequate warning. The basic safety principles governing the design of permanent roadways and roadsides shall also govern the design of construction and maintenance sites. Minimum standards of application. Inappropriate markings shall be removed to eliminate any misleading cues to drivers under all conditions of light and weather. including traffic devices. A detailed Construction Schedule shall be prepared by the Contractor. and hand-signalling devices. and vehicle guidance by means of proper pavement marking. barricades. delineation. Temporary traffic signs shall be of good design and sound construction according to the regulation and subject to approval of the Engineer and the relevant Authorities. channelizing. A Traffic Control Plan. signing. lamps. barriers.Riyadh performing these operations. pedestrians. Such proposals shall be submitted to the Engineer for his approval before the planned implementation of each proposal.Vol 2 Part 1. Similarly. pedestrians.doc 22 July 2009 Page 210 / 240 . road markings and other such measures as may be necessary for the construction of the works. The Contractor shall be entirely responsible for complying with the requirements and coordinating with the relevant Authorities and the Employer. are prescribed for typical situations and for controlling traffic through work areas. and workers in the vicinity of construction and maintenance areas. Construction within the area right-of-way shall comply with the restrictions and conditions of the Employer and the relevant Authorities. markings. due to the complexity of the project.

The Contractor shall use construction equipment designed and equipped to prevent or control air pollution. and construction activities.3 Traffic Control Devices: Applications and Design Guides The location and placement of signs and markings shall conform to the Local regulations and subject to Engineer and concerned Authorities approval. The Contractor shall establish and maintain records of the routine maintenance Program for internal-combustion-engine-powered vehicles and equipment used on the project. and workers. Trucks leaving the construction site and entering paved public streets shall be cleaned of mud and dirt. 12.Vol 2 Part 1. All traffic control devices shall be installed only when needed and removed immediately when no longer needed. to remove suspended particles and hydrocarbons through settling basins or hydrocarbon CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . The Contractor shall maintain a suitable vehicle-cleaning and inspection installation with a permanent crew for this purpose. Measures shall include the following: Water or suitable chemicals shall be used continuously to control dust in all activities. Spills of materials in public areas shall be removed immediately. however. - - 13. These records shall be made available for inspection by the Engineer. any damage to the shoulders or parking lanes from such use shall be repaired by the Contractor.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . and will determine whether the Contractor's Traffic Control Plan is acceptable. equipment washing. Water Quality during Construction The Contractor shall treat wastewater. Access to emergency services shall be maintained at all times. In certain instances shoulders and parking lanes may be used as temporary traffic lanes subject to approval of the concerned Authorities. The Contractor shall not commence any construction activity until the Engineer approves the Traffic Control Plan. pedestrians. clearing. Air Quality During Construction The Contractor shall limit adverse effects on air quality from demolition. or when all other methods of traffic control are inadequate to warn and direct drivers. The Contractor shall provide individuals trained in the principles of safe traffic control at work sites to ascertain that all traffic control elements of the Project are in conformity with the Traffic Control Plan and are effective in providing safe conditions for motorists. 11. Evidence of such design and equipment shall be maintained and made available for inspection by the Engineer.Riyadh Flagging shall be employed only when required to control traffic. The burning of waste is prohibited. Local access shall be maintained at all times.doc 22 July 2009 Page 211 / 240 . or any other action of the Contractor's operations. The Contractor shall remove and dispose of scrap and waste material in a lawful manner. The Contractor shall notify the Engineer at least three weeks in advance of any disruption to existing access. The Engineer will notify the affected businesses and residences. Trucks arriving at and leaving the site shall not deposit materials or debris on the streets. as well as from construction vehicles and equipment.

The Contractor shall promptly clean up and properly dispose of materials contaminated by spillage or leakage of these products. codes. hydraulic fluids. or other harmful wastes into or alongside streams and impoundments. The disposal of all materials shall conform to all applicable laws. lubricants. removed utilities materials. including such means as filtration. Such finds shall be reported immediately to the Engineer. Historical and Construction Scientific Specimens Encountered During Articles of historical or scientific value such as coins. CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . No waste materials shall be allowed to enter natural or manmade water or sewage removal systems. The subcontracting of the disposal of materials shall not relieve the Contractor of the responsibilities and requirements of this article.Riyadh separators. fencing. Salvage of Materials All materials such as signs..Vol 2 Part 1. Disposal of Materials The Contractor shall prepare and maintain a plan for the responsible disposal of all excavated materials. greases. rock excavation. 16. bitumen. and other materials encountered during construction. or the ground. nature of the materials and the location of the disposal. settlement. or stockpiled fill shall be contained within the work area. 15. The Contractor shall track the actual disposition of all material. 17. raw sewage. Construction Noise Control Noise levels generated by the Contractor's activities shall not exceed the allowable noise levels. and manual removal. fossils. and regulations. and guide railing belonging to public agencies shall be salvaged by the Contractor and returned to the appropriate agency. including paving material. borrow areas. The Contractor shall develop methods to control waste and erosion. The Contractor shall not discharge pollutants such as chemicals.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 14.doc 22 July 2009 Page 212 / 240 . building debris. or shall be disposed of by the Contractor if so directed by the Engineer. and particular care shall be taken with regard to historically significant bridges and buildings. channels leading thereto. codes. recording the time of the disposal. The Contractor shall not allow runoff water to be polluted. Materials from excavations. The Contractor's construction activities shall not adversely impact existing historical and archaeological resources. which shall determine the appropriate next steps (which may include stoppage of work) regarding the method of removal or disposition. and other such products. or articles of antiquity that may be uncovered during the progress of the work shall become the property of the Engineer. The Contractor shall control the use of lubricating oils. fuels. Records of measurements shall be retained for inspection by the Engineer. The Contractor shall monitor discharge to ascertain that it meets standards set by appropriate laws. regulations.

The Contractor will prepare a Coordinated Installation Program for the System Works Program based upon the Preliminary Installation Programs. access date. all subcontractors.1 Installation Issues The Contractor shall submit his Preliminary Installation Program for the approval of the Engineer within 60 days after NTP. installation. local transport to the site. For special delivery (size…) coordination will be done with the local administrative. measures and other procedures and requirements directed by the Engineer and the Employer. 20. The Program shall indicate the lengths of time required for each installation.Vol 2 Part 1. Such person shall under no circumstances be employed again on the site without the prior written agreement of the Engineer.Riyadh 18. Riyadh Municipality or KSA Government.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . regulations. all the necessary Site access rules which will be applicable to all Contractors or individual entering the Construction Sites. The Contractor. The Engineer may require the immediate removal from site of any person who.doc 22 July 2009 Page 213 / 240 . at all times.1 Site Safety The Contractor shall take all measure necessary to safeguard the health and welfare of all of his employees as well as all subcontractor's employees entitled to be upon the site and shall ensure that the Works are carried out in a safe and efficient manner and in accordance with the Local Regulations specified by the Engineer. Civil Defence. that station or length of route will be deemed to be an effective railway and shall be subject to all safety rules. procedures and actions in order to ensure the public’s personal and property safety adjacent to the Works Site and is fully in accordance with the safety manual. It shall include for each work site. based on the Labour Law. The Contractor shall submit Site Access rules for the approval of the Engineer within 60 days after NTP. Site Access Conditions The Contractor will set up and propose for approval to the Engineer. Health and Safety Requirements Contractor must coordinate activities with logistic manager and submit his HSE plan for Employer approval. the manual of traffic control and safety devices for construction and all other requirements of the Engineer and orders of the Employer. 19. 18. CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . and each person employed on the site shall note that from the moment beams are permanent laid at any station or length of route. The Contractor shall be required to adopt and enforce any and all measures. The Contractor shall ensure that each of his employees as well as all subcontractor employees mobilised on site are. fails to observe properly the provisions of any such statutory regulations that from time to time may be in force.2 Material Delivery The Contractor shall prepare his own storage yard and shall follow the traffic laws. in the opinion of the Engineer. 20. and Traffic Department. Site Office and Construction Site 18. adequately instructed and trained in Safe Site Work procedures in full compliance with all Safety Program Manual and other contract provision requirements.

After Engineer approval of the SSSP the Contractor shall implement and maintain the SSSP throughout the Contract duration. and not be limited to. The SSSP shall include as a minimum. risks and exposures in 3) above 5) Periodic Inspection timings • State frequency of proposed routine Health and Safety Inspections • Include when required by regulation or Engineer request • Include when new substances. processes. If the Engineer does not consider the SSSP satisfactory the Contractor shall amend and resubmit the plan to the Engineer’s approval. The SSSP shall be considered a live document that will require updating from time to time. and 24 hour contact numbers • Qualified person to provide first aid on site. safety qualifications.doc 22 July 2009 Page 214 / 240 . procedures or equipment that present potential or new hazards are introduced to the workplace • Include when occupational injuries and/or illnesses occur • Include when hiring and/or reassigning permanent or intermittent workers to processes. 20. No construction work shall proceed until the Contractor’s SSSP has been approved by the Engineer. operations. The Engineer shall review the SSSP and if satisfactory approve the plan. or tasks for which a hazard evaluation has not been previously conducted • Include whenever workplace conditions warrant an inspection Periodic inspections consist of identification and evaluation of workplace hazards utilizing applicable sections of Hazard Assessment Checklists (to be prepared by the Contractor as part of the SSSP) and any other effective methods to identify and evaluate workplace hazards.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2 Site Safety Plan The Contractor shall prepare Site Specific Safety Plan (SSSP) for the project and submit to the Engineer within 3 weeks of award of Contract. CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . qualifications and 24 hour contact numbers 2) Project Scope of Work Evaluation (List of Major Activities) • Include proposed duration of activities 3) Hazard/Risk/Exposure Assessment (List) • Major hazards/risks/exposures associated with each activity in the scope of work evaluation • Develop a job task/safety/hazard analysis for each activity • Include any Client related hazards/risks/exposures 4) Control Measures • List control measures for hazards. the following sections: 1) Identification and Responsibility of key line personnel • Project Manager and 24 hour contact numbers • Safety Officer.Riyadh During the progress of the works the Contractor shall prevent access of the public into the work area and provide and maintain adequate rescue and safety equipment for all of his employees as well as all subcontractor employees working within the area and in the vicinity.Vol 2 Part 1.

The SSSP shall state the system the Contractor will implement to ensure that all workers comply with the rules and maintain a safe work environment. Managers and supervisors shall enforce the rules fairly and uniformly. The SSSP shall include the timings for hazard correction: • When observed or discovered • When an imminent hazard exists that cannot be immediately abated without endangering employee(s) and/or property. including managers and supervisors. prior to each new job task. shall have training and instruction on general and job-specific health and safety practices. for an analysis of Health and Safety Issues for that task. policies and procedures. identify task. the names of all persons attending and the input from individual persons to the analysis • Include the hazards/risks/exposures identified attributed to the task • Include the control measures to be adopted 7) Compliance Requirements The Contractor shall be responsible for ensuring that all Health and safety policies and procedures are clearly communicated and understood by all employees. This shall include the methodology for: • Informing workers of the provisions of the SSSP • Evaluating the safety performance of all workers • Recognizing employees who perform safe and healthful work practices • Providing training to workers whose safety performance is deficient • Disciplining workers for failure to comply with safe and healthful work practices • Any other methods the Contractor chooses to implement 8) Hazard Correction Unsafe or unhealthy work conditions. 10) Project Site Employees Orientation Program Subjects The SSSP shall list the subjects the workers are to be trained for. removal of all exposed workers from the area except those necessary to correct the existing condition who shall be properly equipped and protected for the hazard removal exercise • All actions taken and dates shall be recorded and filed in a Safety File available for Engineer inspection 9) Training and Instruction All workers. for following all directives.doc 22 July 2009 Page 215 / 240 . date. All employees are responsible for using safe work practices. CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Examples are: • Driver safety.Riyadh 6) Job Task Analysis The Contractor’s SSSP shall identify the methodology to be undertaken. The Safety Officer and all personnel who will be working on the task shall undertake the analysis together. and for assisting in maintaining a safe work environment. • Include the record keeping of the analysis.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 1. practices or procedures shall be corrected in a timely manner based on the severity of the hazards.

• Materials handling. repairing. such as heat stress. moving vehicles and equipment. • Landing and loading areas. • Hazard communication. servicing and adjusting equipment and machinery. • Good housekeeping. head count procedures. including proper lifting techniques and working on ladders or in a stooped posture for prolonged periods at one time. 13) Emergency Action Plan The SSSP shall define assembly areas. prepared by the Contractor. landing layout.Vol 2 Part 1. • Electrical hazards. • Proper use of powered tools. emergency contact personnel. including working around high voltage lines. • Safe access to working areas. • Machine.doc 22 July 2009 Page 216 / 240 . machine parts. • Unsafe weather conditions. • Use of elevated platforms. organizations and telephone numbers and the proposed actions shall be identified in the SSSP. • Crane operations. • Safe procedures for cleaning. noise. fire prevention. 12) Accident/Exposure Investigations The SSSP shall detail procedures to be followed for investigating and reporting workplace accidents and hazardous substance exposures. including lifts. truck locating and loading and unloading. that identify the hazards/risks/exposures and control measures to be checked for during routine health and safety inspections. The Contractor shall ensure that all visitors to the site be made aware of the Health and Safety provisions that the Contractor has implemented The Contractor’s SSSP shall detail the means the Contractor shall use to ensure visitor health and safety is maximized. Each type of emergency. • Other job-specific hazards. • Client Requirements • Physical hazards. • Respiratory Equipment. CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . and prime movers guarding.Riyadh • Traffic Safety • Confined spaces. • Trenching and excavation work. • Fall protection from elevated locations. • Personal protective equipment. • Ergonomic hazards. and dehydration. • Hazardous chemical exposures. and other procedures the Contractor proposes in the event of emergencies. safe practices for operating any construction equipment. including release of rigging. job task analyses and any other time that assessments are made of the health and safety of the workplace. to be identified by Contractor 11) Visitors to the Site The Contractor is responsible for Health and Safety on the site.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . 14) Hazard/Risks/Exposure Assessment Checklists The SSSP shall include Hazard/Risks/Exposure Assessment Checklists.

The Contractor shall submit the names of his representatives. detailed proposals for emergency procedures and safety regulations. and the like as required by the Site Safety Committee. or remove the notices.Riyadh The Checklist sheets shall have a tick box for marking whether the hazards/risks/exposures and control measures listed are present or not. 15) Record Keeping All safety meetings. The Committee will include representatives of other Contractors and. Departments of Government. including the preparation and enforcement of all necessary site safety regulations.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . which may from time to time be made by the committee with regard to general or particular matters of safety and health. he shall be represented on Site Safety Committee that shall meet not less frequently than once a month. or other items of a like nature which the Site Safety Committee may direct or are required by law. The Contractor will use the existing safety procedures in force on the development to submit. who shall not exceed two in number. replace. and the like shall be Arabic and English. accidents. notice boards. The language of notices. Approved copies of such emergency procedures and safety protection regulations shall be produced by the Contractor and distributed and displayed at each place of work or as decided by the Site Safety Committee together with other documents. and other provisions for access provided under the Contract as part of the Plant shall be installed and made available for use as early as possible during the installation period.Vol 2 Part 1. not less than 30 days before entering the Site. posters.doc 22 July 2009 Page 217 / 240 . regulations. 20. The Contractor shall act without delay upon such decisions or recommendation. Hazard/Risks/Exposure Assessment Checklists. the Contractor shall also check the approved copies of such emergency CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . The Contractor shall revise. covers. The SSSP shall document the filing system proposed for record keeping. maintain. and maintained in a safe and sound manner. The Contractor shall employ full time qualified and experienced safety officers and assistants who shall be approved by the Engineer in writing for ensuring that the Works are carried out in a safe manner. Before using equipment supplied by other Contractors or accessing the sites prepared by other Contractors of this Project. when required by the Engineer. the Contractor shall provide all necessary temporary access facilities that shall be constructed. ladders. visitor records and SSSP revisions shall be recorded and kept on site in Health and safety files available for inspection by the Engineer. other advisors and specialists. 20. in addition. installed. In cases where this is impracticable. any representatives of utility companies. representatives of any major subcontractors and. stairways.3 Safety Enforcement In addition to all other actions that the Contractor may take to meet his obligations under the Contract. training sessions. regulations. and their proposed terms of reference to the Engineer for approval. for the approval of the Site Safety Committee.4 General Safety Measures All platforms. accident investigations.

All such equipment shall be regularly maintained in accordance with manufacturer’s recommended practices and standards having regard to local legislation and recommendations from the appropriate local authority. shackles. and other dangerous goods are stored and handled in a safe manner and in accordance with any relevant statutory regulations. and electric shock precautions. 20. gas. slings chains. 20. Competent operators shall be provided for the control of all lifting and hoisting equipment with at least one signal pan. cranes. CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . or other regulations as required by the Engineer. The safe working load shall be clearly and indelibly marked on all lifting equipment either by stamping or by the addition of permanently secured tag labels. beams. suitable accommodation. copies of publications. 20. in Arabic and English. 20.5 First Aid The Contractor shall provide. hoists.9 Contractor’s Lifting Equipment If required for the execution of the Works. fuels.8 Plant under Test Where electrical and mechanical plant is under test or in use for comprehensive tests purpose. ropes. together with a telephone. pertaining to their storage and handling.7 Dangerous Goods The Contractor shall ensure that all gases. The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining the requisite licenses and permission to store and handle such substances. and conveying facilities for the lifting and transport of materials and shall provide and maintain safe and sound passenger hoists which shall be used exclusively for conveying personnel.Vol 2 Part 1. or as may be notified from time to time by the Engineer. shall be observed at all times. 20. the Contractor shall provide and maintain safe and sound mechanical.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . dealing with fire. All cranes. The Contractor shall supply and install portable fire extinguishers suitable for the conditions and potential hazards. and the like shall be fitted with overload warning devices. Stamping shall not be permitted on any stress bearing part. straps. transport. hoists.Riyadh procedures and safety protection regulations produced by others and ensure that his employees as well as all subcontractor employees will follow. the Contractor or his representatives shall in all ways comply with the regulations and requirements for electrical and mechanical equipment and for the safety of personnel working thereon and in the vicinity thereof. at each place of work. and first aid equipment including stretchers as required.doc 22 July 2009 Page 218 / 240 .6 Fire Regulations and Safety The Contractor will comply with the Regulations in force in the Development. The operators of any shaft hoisting gear shall be in direct or telephone communication with the top and bottom of the shaft. Fire Service Regulations available from the Civil Defence and other requirements laid down in the Particular Specifications.

chilled water. 20. The costs for Electricity and Water consumption.doc 22 July 2009 Page 219 / 240 .. if so used.10 Test Certificates for Contractor’s Equipment Lifting and hoisting equipment shall be tested to an approved safety margin and suitably identified. The Contractor shall ensure that proper and adequate provisions to this end are included in subcontracts placed by him.Riyadh 20. tests..KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Before using equipment supplied by other Contractors of this Project. … etc shall be borne by the Contractor.Vol 2 Part 1. Provision and maintenance of all temporary electrical installations and connection to the public supply shall be in accordance with the requirements of Riyadh Electricity Company and the relevant National or International Standards applicable in Riyadh. END OF THE DOCUMENT CONSTRUCTION AND SITE ARRANGEMENT REQUIREMENTS (3606) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . regarding safety shall apply to and be binding upon any subcontractor employed by the Contractor for any part of the works on the site and the persons employed by such subcontractor.11 Temporary Electrical Installation Upon the issue of the order to commence the Works.12 Subcontractor’s Safety The provisions. the Contractor shall be responsible for restoring it to as new condition before being handed over for completion tests. Plant and equipment forming part of the permanent Works may be used by the Contractor only with the approval of the Engineer and.etc during all temporary works. The Contractor shall prepare and maintain an up-to-date register containing test certificates of all lifting and hoisting equipment used on the Works. A certified copy of the test certificate. in Arabic and English languages. 20. The register shall be kept on site from the commencement of the Works and shall be available for inspection. the Contractor shall appoint a responsible person whose name shall be advised in writing to the Engineer to be solely responsible for ensuring the safety of all temporary electrical equipment on the site. shall be submitted to the Engineer for approval prior to the use of such equipment on site. the Contractor shall also check the certificates to ensure the safety of his employees as well as all subcontractor employees.

Riyadh Revision A0 A1 Date 16/06/2009 22/07/2009 First issue Subject of issue / Revision Author D. Bouhier Change header and footer Revision: A1 Prepared by Name D. . Massat O.TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS PART 1 .Bouhier 16 Jun 2009 Date: 22 July 2009 Package: DB07 VOLUME 2 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Title: Document number: KAFD Project SYSTRA Transmitter RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS PHB Phase PE Type ALL Discipline ALL Subject 3607 Doc. Massat Date 16 Jun 2009 Signature Checked by L. Number T Family A1 Revision It is the responsibility of the addressee to destroy the previous edition or to indicate “Superseded”. Fontaine 16 Jun 2009 Approved by O.

.............................9 September......................................................................................................................1 2. 222 2.........................................................Riyadh TABLE OF CONTENTS 1............................................................................................................................................12 December ............................................................3........ 235 5........1 READING THE CHARTS ......3 MONTHLY DATA .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3..........5 May ............................................... 2.4 April ... 233 5........................................................... 222 CLIMATIC CONDITIONS OF RIYADH .............KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System ........... SAUDI ARABIA ................................................................................................. 231 5.........................................................................2 3............................................................... SEISMICITY ..............................................2 3................ 239 RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master ................3............... 233 5............................3........................ 236 5.......3.....................................................................................................................................................3......................................3...........................................................................................Vol 2 Part 1.......................................................................................................................1 January Data ................................3............................................................................10 October .2 February Data ........................................... 227 ANNEX ............ 237 5....................... 5............................... 224 SUNRISE AND SUNSET DATA ..................... 232 5........... 236 5........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 238 5.............. 225 4...................................doc 22 July 2009 Page 221 / 240 ...2 THE TABLES ............................................................................... INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................................6 June. 237 5......................................................... 224 RIYADH CLIMATE (AVERAGE WEATHER) DATA..................3. 222 RIYADH CLIMATE ........... 239 5...........................................................................................................................................11 November ...............................................................................................................................................3...........7 July.....3 DATA FOR RIYADH.....................................................8 August ............ OVERVIEW ............................1 3....................................... 234 5.................................3........................................... 222 RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS SUMMARY................................................................................................................................... 223 3.........................................................................................3................................. 233 5................................................................3 March......................................................................................... 234 5.............. 231 5..

It averages less than 5 inches rainfall per annum. i. Elevation 624 m. which is 29. The district of Olaya forms the nerve center of important commercial centers like Restaurants... while at night the heat loss due to the longwave radiation towards the cool blue sky reduces this surface temperature to about 15°C. The ranges in air temperatur es are much smaller. in the hot-dry region of Saudi Arabia the maximum air temperature coincides with the minimum relative humidity and their combined effect is an extreme hot-dry air which is known as “Samoom”. Riyadh is located inland in the central region. In RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . is the biggest city of Saudi Arabia. In fact the aridity of this climate is accompanied by several characteristics of great importance to the built environment. Direct solar radiation is intense.2 Riyadh Climate The climate of Riyadh is closely related to Riyadh geography. fertile lands and dates characterize this city.1 Overview Riyadh. is currently the Mayor of this city. Generally. besides being the capital. On the other hand. dry and arid conditions.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Multiplexes and Shopping markets. Palm trees. The climatic conditions of this city are extreme in nature and this has resulted in extremely hot summers and very cool winters. The city is situated approximately in the centre of the Arabian Peninsula.Riyadh 1. Saudi Arabia is the largest country in the Middle East.5 to 39. Climatic Conditions of Riyadh 2. the direct solar radiation falling on the earth surface raises its temperature up to 70°C at mid-day. Latitude 24” 42’ N. the average maximum relative humidity ranges from 33. Most of the country's terrain is barren sand deserts.0%.0%. Introduction Riyadh.0 to 6. Meteorological data for Riyadh recorded for sixteen years (1966-1981) is analysed.O° C and the average maximum temperature for the same period ranges from 42.5 to 24S° C. A scarcity of lakes and rivers is noticed due to the low rainfall experienced by the country.0 to 45.e. 2.O° C. the average mean temperature ranges from 32. Longitude 46” 44’E. but nevertheless a diurnal range of 20° C is not uncommon. June to September.doc 22 July 2009 Page 222 / 240 . who assumed office in the year 1998.9 mm in December.Vol 2 Part 1. The Arabian Peninsula experiences extreme heat and minimal rainfall all the year round. 2. The low humidity and the absence of cloud result in a very wide temperature range.4 to 16. reaching its maximum level.5 to 35. During the summer season. the average mean relative humidity ranges from 14. with Persian Gulf to its west and Arabian Gulf to its east. with a total population of over one million. During the period extending from June to September. the average minimum temperature ranges from 21.5% and the average minimum relative humidity ranges from 5. Rainfall is very scarce and takes place during the cold winter. is situated in Najd Plateau. for the same period. Some mountainous green areas exist in the southwest however. Abdul Aziz Ibn Ayyaf Al Migrin. Convection currents due to intensive heating of the air near the ground cause frequent dust and sandstorms especially in the afternoon. ranging from 813929 w/m² on the horizontal surface in addition to the reflected and diffused components. Fifteen districts comprise the city of Riyadh. the capital city of Saudi Arabia. Riyadh climate is characterized by harsh.

Night temperatures during summer are pleasant though. Riyadh climate is characterized by average day temperatures of 8° C to 21° C in January. 3. the bulk of rainfall occurs in the months from January to May. RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . The best time to visit Riyadh is from the months of October to May. Riyadh Climatic Conditions Summary The following table provides a summary of the climatic conditions in Riyadh. Saudi Arabia shows the years average weather condition readings covering rain. During this time day temperatures are tolerable and nights are cooler and friendlier. Nights on the Arabian Peninsula are ch illing.Vol 2 Part 1. average maximum daily temperature and average minimum temperature. The climate at Riyadh also goes through a remarkably hot summer caused by the inland winds. and winter temperatures in Riyadh at night can plunge some points below freezing.Riyadh Riyadh. and 26° C to 42° C in July. averaging 4 inches per year. In the winter months. Month Average Sunlight (hours) 7 8 7 8 9 11 11 10 9 10 9 7 Temperature Average Record Min 8 9 13 18 22 25 26 24 22 16 13 9 Max 21 23 28 32 38 42 42 42 39 34 29 21 Min -7 -2 1 2 15 19 19 17 17 10 2 0 Max 30 33 38 40 43 45 45 44 44 38 34 31 Discomfort from heat and humidity Moderate Medium High Extreme High High High Medium Medium - Relative humidity am 70 63 65 64 51 47 33 35 42 47 60 75 pm 44 37 36 34 31 31 19 19 24 25 33 52 Average Precipitation (mm Wet Days (+0.25 mm 1 1 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jan Feb March April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec 3 20 23 25 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 The following bar chart for Riyadh.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . day time temperature averages around 14° C. with 45° C being the common temperature. During this time temperatures can run as high as 50° C.doc 22 July 2009 Page 223 / 240 .

1 Data for Riyadh. use latitude 24° 43'N and longitude 046° 44'E in the form. on the left and right. Use the time-of-day scales.Vol 2 Part 1. and how this changes over the year.doc 22 July 2009 Page 224 / 240 . For Riyadh. See Reading the Charts for more info. RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . 2034' 3.2 Sunrise and Sunset Data The yellow section shows when the sun is up. to tell approximately when sunrise and sunset occur. and the month scale on the top and bottom. They are accurate for the latitude. The charts are made assuming that the location is in the middle of an evenly spaced time zone. and show the precise amount of daylight. Saudi Arabia NOAA Station Id: Latitude: Longitude: Elevation: SD40438 24°43'N 046°44'E 620m. The sunrise and sunset times shown in the chart are approximate.Riyadh 3.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Saudi Arabia. but the rise and set times may be offset (up or down in the chart) since I don't have an automated way of matching time zones to longitudes. You'll need to know the time zone of the location. For precise times see US Naval Observatory.

1 .0 35.9 65.7 8.9 27.1 101.4 25.0 .33 RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .5 26.9 26.5 20.1 .2 68.00 Relative Humidity Mean Daily Maximum Value Relative Humidity Mean Daily Minimum Value 100 92.4 66.2 81.8 46.7 15.6 32.0 5.6 .44 .2 11.5 70 78.0 .5 0 0 0 0 0.0 .2 .0 0.8 20.4 21.3 9.7 8.4 .7 109 108.0 1.4 0 1 0 66 1.2 89.5 42.3 88.4 80.2 22.1 25.2 27.3 81.3 59.4 .6 95 95.2 10.65 40.00 1101 1109 1110 % % % 50 100 7 40 100 0 35 100 3 33 100 1 22 98 1 14 63 1 15 80 2 14 77 2 18 94 2 24 98 3 37 100 2 46 29.0 .2 35.1 24.0 34.0 16.8 42.0 .0 29.3 14.7 93.1 90.4 21.6 57.2 61.7 32.4 73.0 .7 48.2 94.2 69.6 27.Riyadh 3.7 106.4 18.2 14.3 80.9 0.9 24.5 Inches 0 0101 0109 0110 0615 0915 C C C mm cm 14.4 0 0.69 24.8 50.1 41.3 0 Inches 0.3 Riyadh Climate (Average Weather) Data Data is presented in both metric and "English" units.3 38.6 0.0 .50 4 2.4 18.0 31.6 0 0 0 0 0 0 75.8 .1 34.3 0 79.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2 0 0. NOAA Code 0101 0109 0110 0615 0915 Statistic Temperature Mean Value High Temperature Mean Daily Value Low Temperature Mean Daily Value Precipitation Mean Monthly Value Snowfall Mean Monthly Value Temperature Mean Value High Temperature Mean Daily Value Low Temperature Mean Daily Value Precipitation Mean Monthly Value Snowfall Mean Monthly Value Relative Mean Value Humidity Units Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Average F F F 57.3 71.5 104.5 57.7 31.2 81.4 27.6 10.0 7.doc 22 July 2009 Page 225 / 240 .Vol 2 Part 1.1 19.7 90.63 .2 0 75.3 10.7 78.

Riyadh RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 1.doc 22 July 2009 Page 226 / 240 .

bu t the whole region is of a noticeable seismic risk that is mostly associated with regional land faults. based on geostatistical methods using the kriging technique. during the period AD 6271884.Vol 2 Part 1. Sixty per cent of the total energy released from all instrumental earthquakes is released from earthquakes epicentred within the spreading zone. uplifting of Pleistocene coral reefs.2° N. RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .doc 22 July 2009 Page 227 / 240 . The epicentral distribution of both instrumental and historical data and their characteristics show a general correlation with the regional geology and tectonics.2° N.9) occurred in the Red Sea and western Arabia between latitudes 14° and 27. 49 earthquakes (M ≤ 6. faulting of Pleistocene sediments. recent incised wadis and lava effusions in addition to hot springs all clearly indicate that southeastern Saudi Arabia is tectonically active. The occurrence of earthquakes. The application of kriging for estimating the ground shaking in the study region succeeded clearly in accomplishing its ultimate aim where the generated groundmotions are well correlated with the instrumental magnitude and historical intensity of any earthquake occurrence in the study region. Both instrumental and historical data show an apparent lower seismicity in the northern Red Sea region between latitudes 22° and 27. Concentrations of activity are seen where the spreading zone is intersected by the NE transform faults and where this zone shifts in direction. This hazard must be considered in any design/construction of engineering structures in the region.9) and 247 earthquakes (M ≤ 4. Twenty-three historical earthquakes are reported to have been felt in the region with intensities IV-IX and a few more with unassigned intensities.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . some of which are continuations of the Red Sea transform faults. Much of the seismicity of this region is of the swarm type and volcanic-related. Seismicity Search in a number of seismological sources revealed that in the period 1913–86 some 135 earthquakes (3 ≤ M ≤ 6.9) are reported to have occurred in the Gulfs of Suez and Aqaba respectively. A regionalized variable approach is used to develop earthquake groundmotion hazard maps for the region.Riyadh 4. In the same period.

respectively.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Plate boundaries are indicated by yellow lines.Vol 2 Part 1. Major geographic and tectonic/geologic features are indicated.Riyadh Figure 1 : Map of the Arabian Peninsual and surrounding regions.doc 22 July 2009 Page 228 / 240 . RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Earthquakes and volcanic centers are shown as red circles and yellow diamond.

Riyadh Figure 2 : Map of the stations from the Saudi Arabian National Digital Seismic Network (SANDSN). RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .Vol 2 Part 1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 22 July 2009 Page 229 / 240 .

doc 22 July 2009 Page 230 / 240 .Riyadh RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Vol 2 Part 1.

The scales fit the extremes of the data. The tables below the charts show the un-truncated values.1 Reading the Charts Each chart makes it easy to see how climate for a particular location changes over the year. if present. All the charts use the same scales.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . The temperature section is next. Each chart is in three sections.Vol 2 Part 1. Not all stations have all this data. high and low humidity is shown with red and blue lines. although for a few stations (less than 1%) the values are truncated to fit the top of the chart section. High and low temperature is shown with red and blue lines. is brown. and a Fahrenheit scale is on the right. As with temperature. Below the title you can find the latitude. each given space proportional to the number of days it has. Next the months are listed. elevation (where available) and the NOAA/WMO station id. ANNEX 5. working from top to bottom. Annual averages are shown by the color-coded triangles on the sides of the charts.Riyadh 5. For precipitation this means the average total monthly rainfall & snowfall. although that is hard to see. RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . Middle Section Precipitation and humidity are shown in this section. longitude. Here we show each section (reduced in size). while average. and how climate varies between locations. respectively. All of the climate values are monthly averages. and explain what it contains Top Section At the very top each chart is titled with the name of the location of the weather station where the data was gathered.doc 22 July 2009 Page 231 / 240 . Precipitation is in green. Annual averages are shown by the color-coded triangles on the sides of the charts. Average temperature (shown when highs and lows are not available) is green. snowfall in white. respectively. for easy comparison between different locations. A Centigrade scale is on the left.

I don't have an automated way of matching longitudes to time zones.e. the data is presented in both metric and 'English' units RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master . but moved up or down in the chart a little bit. The month labels are shown again. For temperature and precipitation. Bottom Section Daylight is shown by the yellow area. the yellow daylight would be the same size and shape.i.Riyadh Rainfall is displayed in millimeters on the left and tenths of an inch on the right. the the bottom edge of the yellow area represents sunrise.. daylight savings time would cause an offset while it was in effect. As for temperature. The amount of daylight is determined by the latitude of the location. then the seasons are are labeled and shown with a tinted background that extends up the chart. with a time-of-day scale on both sides. the precise time of sunrise and sunset also depends on longitude and time zone. Also. The actual values in centimeters and inches are shown in the tables. Annual averages are shown by the color-coded triangles on the sides of the charts. so to the use the same scales as for rain.Vol 2 Part 1.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System . Time goes up on the scale.doc 22 July 2009 Page 232 / 240 . The background color for each data element matches the color the color used in the charts. Snowfall is measured in centimeters rather than millimeters. Humidity is shown in percent. and the top edge represents sunset. when it is winter in Europe it is summer in Australia 5. so the rise and set times are approximate. what is displayed here is 1/10 of the actual snowfall measured. If the times were precise. Seasons for the southern hemisphere are reversed from the northern hemisphere . However.2 The Tables The tables show the climate data that the charts are based on. using the bottom half of the tenths of an inch scale on the right.

Vol 2 Part 1.3.2 February Data Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction Daily Counts 23 °C 11 °C 17 °C 1 °C 15 km/h S Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) Average Snowfall (US Only) 52% 27% CLR N/A N/A RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .Riyadh 5.3 Monthly Data 5.3.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2° C) 0 10 0 19 °C 9 °C 14 °C 1 °C Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) 60% 32% CLR N/A N/A 13 km/h Average Snowfall (US Only) S 63 km/h Record 24-hour Rainfall N/A Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation 5.doc 22 July 2009 Page 233 / 240 .1 January Data Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction Daily Counts Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 31 °C -1 °C Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall N/A N/A N/A N/A 4 1 4 Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.

4 April Averages Average High Temperature 32 °C Average Morning Relative Humidity 43% RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .3.doc 22 July 2009 Page 234 / 240 .Riyadh Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 35 °C 0 °C Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall N/A N/A N/A N/A 3 1 3 Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.3.2° C) 0 1 6 27 °C 16 °C 21 °C 2 °C Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) 47% 24% CLR N/A N/A 15 km/h Average Snowfall (US Only) S 83 km/h Record 24-hour Rainfall N/A Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation 5.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .3 March Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction Daily Counts Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 38 °C 5 °C Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall N/A N/A N/A N/A 6 2 2 Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.2° C) 0 4 1 104 km/h Record 24-hour Rainfall N/A Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation 5.Vol 2 Part 1.

3.Vol 2 Part 1.Riyadh Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction Daily Counts Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 42 °C 11 °C Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall N/A N/A N/A N/A 7 2 1 Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.2° C) 0 0 18 20 °C 27 °C 4 °C Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) 19% CLR N/A N/A 17 km/h Average Snowfall (US Only) N 70 km/h Record 24-hour Rainfall N/A Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation 5.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .5 May Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction Daily Counts Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed 45 °C 17 °C Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall N/A N/A N/A 4 1 N/A Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.doc 22 July 2009 Page 235 / 240 .2° C) 0 0 30 38 °C 26 °C 32 °C 4 °C Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) 29% 13% CLR N/A N/A 17 km/h Average Snowfall (US Only) N 98 km/h Record 24-hour Rainfall RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .

doc 22 July 2009 Page 236 / 240 .2° C) 0 0 30 41 °C 27 °C 34 °C -1 °C Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) 19% 8% CLR N/A N/A 20 km/h Average Snowfall (US Only) N 56 km/h Record 24-hour Rainfall N/A Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation 5.3.7 July Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction Daily Counts Days With Precipitation N/A Days With Snow 0 43 °C 29 °C 36 °C -1 °C Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) 16% 8% CLR N/A N/A 18 km/h Average Snowfall (US Only) N RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .6 June Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction Daily Counts Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 47 °C 20 °C Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.3.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .Riyadh Record Monthly Snowfall N/A Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation N/A 5.Vol 2 Part 1.

3.8 August Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction Daily Counts Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 46 °C 22 °C Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall N/A N/A N/A N/A 1 N/A 0 Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.2° C) 0 0 31 42 °C 28 °C 36 °C 1 °C Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) 18% 8% CLR N/A N/A 18 km/h Average Snowfall (US Only) N 56 km/h Record 24-hour Rainfall N/A Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation 5.3.Riyadh Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 47 °C 22 °C Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.9 September Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature 40 °C 26 °C Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity 21% 9% RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .doc 22 July 2009 Page 237 / 240 .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2° C) 0 31 83 km/h Record 24-hour Rainfall N/A Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation 5.Vol 2 Part 1.

2° C) Records 0 0 26 Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 41 °C 12 °C Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall N/A N/A N/A N/A 46 km/h Record 24-hour Rainfall N/A Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .doc 22 July 2009 Page 238 / 240 .10 October Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction 34 °C 21 °C 28 °C 1 °C Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) 31% 13% CLR N/A N/A 11 km/h Average Snowfall (US Only) S Daily Counts Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog 1 N/A 1 Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.Riyadh Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction Daily Counts Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 44 °C 16 °C Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0 N/A Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .2° C) 0 0 30 33 °C 1 °C 17 km/h N Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) Average Snowfall (US Only) CLR N/A N/A 115 km/h Record 24-hour Rainfall N/A Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation 5.Vol 2 Part 1.3.

3.11 November Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction Daily Counts Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 35 °C 7 °C Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall N/A N/A N/A N/A 1 N/A 2 Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.3.2° C) 0 6 0 22 °C 11 °C 17 °C 3 °C Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) 60% 33% CLR N/A N/A 13 km/h Average Snowfall (US Only) S RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .Riyadh 5.KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .12 December Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction Daily Counts Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog 4 1 5 Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.2° C) 0 0 4 27 °C 15 °C 22 °C 3 °C Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) 46% 22% CLR N/A N/A 11 km/h Average Snowfall (US Only) S 44 km/h Record 24-hour Rainfall N/A Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation 5.doc 22 July 2009 Page 239 / 240 .Vol 2 Part 1.

Riyadh Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 30 °C 2 °C Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall N/A N/A N/A N/A 52 km/h Record 24-hour Rainfall N/A Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation END OF THE DOCUMENT RIYADH CLIMATIC CONDITIONS (3607) Filename: KAFD-SYSTRA-PHB-TE-ALL-LST-4010-A1 Master .KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT Monorail System .doc 22 July 2009 Page 240 / 240 .Vol 2 Part 1.

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