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Eni S.p.A.

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FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION

STANDARD FOR BASIC AND FRONT-END


ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUEST
- ON SHORE CIVIL WORKS-

03510.VON.CIV.FUN
Rev. 1 June 2009

1 ISSUE SPS TEOF TEOF 06/2009


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ENGINEERING COMPANY STANDARD

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FOREWORD

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November 2004
This document is a new emission

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June 2009
New ENI E&P Logo Design
Validity status and up-dating of international codes and standards.
Added Italians laws.
Added reference ENI E&P Standards.
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INDEX

FOREWORD ......................................................................................................................................... 2

1 INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................... 4

2 BASIC DOCUMENTS....................................................................................................... 5

3 BASIC DATA .................................................................................................................... 6

4 CODES, STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS ................................................................ 9


4.1 INTERNATIONAL CODES AND STANDARDS. ............................................................ 10

5 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS AND GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS OF CIVIL WORKS ..... 16


5.1 MODIFICATION AND DISMANTLING OF EXISTING STRUCTURES AND
INSTALLATIONS ............................................................................................................ 17
5.2 SITE PREPARATION AND EARTHWORKS.................................................................. 18
5.3 FOUNDATION PILES ..................................................................................................... 19
5.4 REINFORCED CONCRETE WORKS ............................................................................ 20
5.5 UNDERGROUND NETWORK........................................................................................ 22
5.6 STEEL STRUCTURES ................................................................................................... 24
5.7 BUILDINGS..................................................................................................................... 26
5.8 FIREPROOFING............................................................................................................. 29
5.9 ROADS AND CONCRETE PAVING............................................................................... 30
5.10 UNPAVED AREAS ......................................................................................................... 32
5.11 FENCING AND GATES .................................................................................................. 33

6 DOCUMENTS FOR BASIC AND FRONT END ENGINEERING DESIGN.................... 34


6.1 GENERAL ....................................................................................................................... 34
6.2 LIST OF DOCUMENTS .................................................................................................. 35
6.3 COMPUTER PROGRAMS, UNITS AND LANGUAGE.................................................. 37

ATTACHMENTS ................................................................................................................................. 38

ATTACHMENT 1 ENI STANDARDS............................................................................................... 39

ATTACHMENT 2 - ITALIAN LAWS AND REGULATIONS ............................................................... 40


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1 INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this specification is to describe the main requirements to be considered


during the execution of a Basic/ FEED (Front-End Engineering Design) for on-shore civil
works in Petrochemical and Oil & Gas Facilities.

Civil works description:




Operative figure under this specification are specified by the following terms:

COMPANY: Eni Div. E&P

CONTRACTOR: The Company charged by Eni Div. E&P with basic/front-end design
drawing up

The Contractor is requested to carry out the work according to this specification and the
rules of good engineering. The Contractor may propose different technical requirements,
deliverables, project document, codes, etc. but any deviation from this specification shall be
highlighted, justified and submitted to the Company for specific approval. Moreover, the
Contractor is requested to review specifications, drawings and in general all the applicable
project documents; errors, omissions and discrepancies shall be notified in writing to the
Company.
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2 BASIC DOCUMENTS

The Company shall deliver to the Contractor the following documents (if available), to be
used during the design activities:

Topographic Maps;
Existing installations Drawings (if any) and various information regarding the area
and/or the plant;
Soil Investigation Report;
Other documents required for the execution of the design activities.

In case these documents are not available, the Contractor could be requested to make
reasonable assumptions regarding the missing information necessary for the design of
systems, structures and foundations or, alternatively, to carry out the relevant activities and
investigations. In this case, the Contractor shall submit to the Company for approval type
and extension of the proposed investigations, according to the needs of a basic/front-end
engineering design.
Concerning these activities, the Contractor should refer to the following Company Standard:

- 20546.VON.CIV.FUN Functional Specification for Topographic Survey


- 20547.VON.CIV.FUN Functional Specification for Geotechnical Investigation and
Laboratory Testing

In general:

- The topographic survey shall establish existing elevations of the ground in the areas
affected by the works;

- The existing installations survey shall verify or establish location, conditions, dimensions,
materials and other features of existing systems, roads, and services (including
underground network and obstructions) which will be or may be affected by the works;

- The geotechnical survey shall define the main data related to the soil and ground
water, to be used to establish the design criteria for foundations, underground
structures, soil retaining structures and earthworks included in the project.
The geotechnical survey shall include in situ test results (for example: standard
penetration test (SPT), cone penetration test (CPT), permeability, resistivity,
groundwater, plate load, trial pits, etc.), laboratory test results (classification, shear
resistance, consolidation, chemical analysis, etc.) and their interpretation with relevant
recommendation for foundations and earthworks.
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3 BASIC DATA

The basic data listed in the following shall be confirmed and/or collected by the Contractor,
providing a detailed explanation of the assumptions. Consistence with data used by other
disciplines involved in the project shall be also ensured.

3.1) Proposed area

Geographic location (latitude and longitude):

Average elevation above sea level:

Site climate (short description):

Other:

3.2) Temperature

Max/Min temperature in summer:

Max/Min temperature in winter:

Other:

3.3) Relative Humidity

Max/Min Relative Humidity in summer:

Max/Min Relative Humidity in winter:

Other:
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3.4) Rainfall:

Return period:

Intensity in 24 hours (mm/h):

Intensity in 1 hour (mm/h):

Intensity in 30 minutes (mm/h):

Intensity in 10 minutes (mm/h)

Note: If available, the whole intensity-duration curve should be reported.

3.5) Snow

Maximum snow height:

3.6) Earthquake

Zone type:

Importance factor:

Soil type:

Other information:
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3.7) Wind

Wind speed at 10 m:

Reference time for wind speed definition:

Return period:

Exposure:

Importance factor:

Predominant direction:

3.8) Data for HVAC

Internal design conditions (Temp./Rel.Hum.):

Internal tolerances (Temp./Rel.Hum):

Maximum working condition (Temp./R.Hum.):

Minimum working condition (Temp./R.Hum.):

Maximum final air velocity near person:

Maximum ambient sound pressure level:

Internal overpressure:

3.9) Noise control inside buildings

Control room continuously manned:

Control room not continuously manned:

Offices:
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4 CODES, STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS

The Contractor is requested to prepare a list of the working codes and standards
specifically referred to the project, classified in the following categories:

- International Codes and Standards;


- National Codes, Standards and Regulations (*);
- Local Prescriptions;
- Company Standards and Special Prescriptions.

As a guideline, some reference is reported, with particular reference to International Codes


and Standards. The Contractor is requested to check, update and/or include all the
applicable reference, indicating the specific use for the project. Unless otherwise specified,
the latest edition of the document shall be applied.

(*) For italian projects, refer to Attachment 2 Italian Laws and Regulations

The Contractor shall clarify the situations of conflict between Codes, Standards and
Regulations, providing explanations and specifying priority of documents. As general
criteria, the more stringent requirements shall prevail.
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4.1 INTERNATIONAL CODES and STANDARDS.

Codes and standards to be used for the project: (name of the project)
(to be highlighted by the Contractor in the following sections by .) .

The following list is not exhaustive but offers what the Company considers the minimum
acceptable International Codes and Standards (CS&R) to be used for the project.

When Local National Codes and Standards exist, they will be applied conform to their latest
requirements and complete and modify the present requirements. However, in the event of
conflict between the applicable Local and International C&S , the most stringent
requirement shall be followed.

4.1.1) Load definition and combinations

ACI
ANSI
ASCE
BSI
EUROCODE
IBC
UBC
AFNOR
Others

UBC 1997 ( Wind __ ; Earthquake __ ; Snow__ ) Uniform Building Code

ASCE 7 ( Wind __ ; Earthquake __ ; Snow__ ) Minimum design loads for buildings


and other structures

EUROCODE 0 Basis of structural design

EUROCODE 1 Action on structures

EUROCODE 8 Design of structure for earthquake resistance

4.1.2) Earthworks

ASTM
BSI
UNI
Others

ASTM D1557 Standard test methods for laboratory compaction


characteristics of soil using modified effort (56,000 ft-
lbf/ft (2,700 kN-m/m))

ASTM D3282 Standard practice for classification of soils and soil-


aggregates mixtures for highway construction
purposes
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ASTM D 1241 Standard Specification for Materials for Soil-


Aggregate Sub-base, Base, and Surface Courses

BS 1377 Methods of test for soils for civil engineering


purposes

BS 6031 Code of practice for earthworks

EUROCODE 7 Geotechnical design

4.1.3) Concrete structures and foundations

ASTM
BSI
EUROCODE
UNI
AFNOR
Others

4.1.3.1) General

ACI 318/318R Building Code Requirements for Reinforced


Concrete

EUROCODE 2 Design of concrete structures

EUROCODE 4 Design of composite steel and concrete structures

EUROCODE 7 Geotechnical design

EUROCODE 8 Design of structures for earthquake resistance

4.1.3.2) Cement type

ASTM C 150 Specification for Portland cement

ASTM C 595 Specification for blended hydraulic cements

BS 4027 Specification for sulphate-resisting portland cement

4.1.3.3) Concrete reinforcement

ASTM A615/A615M Specification for deformed and plain billet-steel bars


for concrete reinforcement

ASTM A497 Specification for steel welded wire reinforcement,


deformed, for concrete

ASTM A 775/A775M Specification for epoxy-coated reinforcing steel bars

ASTM A 884/A884M Specification for epoxy-coated steel wire and welded


wire fabric for reinforcement
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BS 4483 Steel fabric for the reinforcement of concrete


specification

BS 8666 Scheduling, dimensioning, bending and cutting of


steel reinforcement for concrete - specification

4.1.3.5) Special foundations

4.1.3.5 a Tank foundations

BS 2654 Specification for manufacture of vertical steel welded


non-refrigerated storage tanks with butt welded
shells for the petroleum industry - Appendix:
Recommendations for tank foundation

ACI 372R Design and construction of circular wire and strand-


wrapped prestressed concrete structures

API 650 Appendix B&E Recommendations for Design and Construction


of Foundations for A/G Oil Storage Tanks

4.1.3.5 b Foundation of vibrating equipments

ACI 351.3R Foundations for dynamic equipment

BS CP 2012-1 Code of practice for foundations for machinery -


foundations for reciprocating machines

DIN 4024 Part 1 Machine Foundations Flexible structures that


support machines with rotating elements

DIN 4024 Part 2 Machine Foundations Rigid foundations for


machinery subject to periodic vibration

4.1.4) Steel structures

ASTM
BSI
EUROCODE
UNI
AFNOR
Others

4.1.4.1) Definition of steel types and shapes

EN 10025 Hot rolled products of non-alloy structural steels

DIN 1026-1 Hot-rolled steel channels part 1: taper flange steel


channels; dimensions, masses and sectional
properties

EN 10056-1 Structural steel equal and unequal leg angles -


dimensions
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BS 4 Structural steel sections

4.1.4.2) Steel galvanisation

ISO 1461 Hot dip galvanized coatings on fabricated iron and


steel articles Specifications and test methods

ASTM A153/A153M Specification for zinc coating (hot-dip) on iron and


steel hardware

4.1.4.3) Design of steel structures

AISC Manual of Steel Construction - Allowable Stress


Design - 9th Edition

EUROCODE 3 Design of steel structures

EUROCODE 4 Design of composite steel and concrete structures

EUROCODE 8 Design of structures for earthquake resistance

4.1.4.5) Fireproofing

ASTM C56 Specification for structural clay non-load-bearing tile

AISC F036 Myths and realities of steel buildings

NACE RP 01 98 The control of corrosion under thermal insulation and


fireproofing materials - a systems approach

4.1.5) Buildings

ACI
ANSI
ASCE
ASTM
BSI
EUROCODE
IBC
UBC
UNI
AFNOR
Others

4.1.5.1) Building general reference

IBC International Building Code

4.1.5.2) Thermal and acoustic insulation

ISO 717-1 Acoustics Rating of sound insulation in buildings


and of building elements Airborne sound insulation
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ISO 717-2 Acoustics Rating of sound insulation in buildings


and of building elements Impact sound insulation

4.1.5.3) HVAC

ASHRAE Handbook Fundamentals

ASHRAE Handbook HVAC Systems & Equipment

ASHRAE Handbook HVAC Applications

4.1.5.4) Plumbing and sanitary installations

IPC International Plumbing Code

ANSI A40 Safety requirements for plumbing

UNI EN 1254 Copper and copper alloys - plumbing fittings -


fittings with ends for capillary soldering or
capillary brazing to copper tubes

4.1.5.5) Masonry

ACI 530/530.1 Building code requirements for masonry


structures and specifications for masonry
structures and related commentaries

EUROCODE 6 Design of masonry structures

EUROCODE 8 Design of structures for earthquake resistance

4.1.5.6) Blast

CIA Process Plant Hazard and Control Building


Design

ASCE Design of blast resistant building in Petrochemical


Facilities

MCA SG-22 Siting and Construction of New Control Houses


for Chemical Manufacturing Plants

4.1.6) Roads and paving

AASHTO
ACI
BSI
UNI
Others

4.1.6.1) Road design


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AASHTO GDPS Guide for design of pavement structures

4.1.6.2) Traffic loading

AASHTO HB Standard Specification for Highway Bridges

4.1.6.3) Paving

ACI 360R Design of slabs on grade

4.1.7) Fence

ISO 7900 Steel wire and wire products for fences - zinc-
and zinc-alloy-coated steel barbed wire

BS 1722-2 Fences - part 2: specification for strained wire and


wire mesh netting fences

4.1.8) Underground

API Manual on disposal of refinery wastes

ASTM C76M Specification for reinforced concrete culvert,


storm drain, and sewer pipe [metric]

BS EN 752 Drain and sewer systems outside buildings

UNI EN 1452-2 Plastics piping systems for water supply -


unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (pvc-u) - pipes

UNI EN 124 Gully tops and manhole tops for vehicular and
pedestrian areas - design requirements, type
testing, marking, quality control
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5 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS AND GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS OF CIVIL WORKS

This chapter is referred to the design requirements and general description for on-shore
civil works. The Contractor shall make use of this information in the preparation of the
required documents listed in Chapter 6.

In general, civil work shall include:

Modification and dismantling of existing structures and installations;


Site preparation and earthworks;
Foundation piles;
Reinforced concrete works;
Underground network;
Steel structures;
Buildings;
Fireproofing;
Roads and concrete paving;
Unpaved areas;
Fencing and gates.

Even if not mentioned, it is understood that Contractors scope of work shall include any
other civil work required for a complete and satisfactory execution of design activities.
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5.1 MODIFICATION AND DISMANTLING OF EXISTING STRUCTURES AND


INSTALLATIONS

A) Scope of work

The Contractor shall carry out a study in order to define the modification and the
dismantling of existing structures and installations, such as:
- Concrete/steel structures and buildings;
- Roads and paved areas;
- Underground works (foundations, piping, cable ducts, trenches, etc.)
- Sleepers;
- Gates and fences;
- Etc.

The Contractor shall take into account the effective site conditions and shall:
- Identify the existing works involved in the dismantling and/or modification;
- Provide a general description of the procedure, equipments and sequence of the required
activities.

B) Requirements

As general criteria, the following shall be taken into consideration:


- No damages to adjacent structures (or to parts to be saved) shall be caused during the
demolition works;
- If the structure to be demolished is buried, excavations can be carried out outside the
structure perimeter only after having verified that no damages can be caused to adjacent
structures, and/or excavations shall not hinder the activities to be carried out in the
surrounding.
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5.2 SITE PREPARATION AND EARTHWORKS

A) Scope of work

The Contractor shall carry out a study to define the site preparation and the earthworks, in
terms of:
- Site levels;
- Earth movements;
- Site procedure for clearing, excavation, filling;
- Other related activities and work, such as retaining walls, material disposal, need for
imported materials, etc.

The Contractor shall take into account the effective site conditions (if available), for
example:
- Existing levels;
- Ground water levels;
- Need of site clearing and top soil removal;
- Environmental requirements;
- Availability of area for the disposal of materials;
- Availability for imported material;
- Plant requirements;
- Etc.

B) Requirements

The goal of the site preparation study shall be to minimize the volume of earthworks and/or
the cost associated. A terraced solution with different levels could be foreseen, for example
in area with large foundations.
If the ground solidity doesnt allow the slope building up or if the supporting slope surface is
so wide to produce a large reduction of the erection area, supporting works such walls,
gabions, etc. shall be foreseen.

In addition to the site preparation, earthworks shall be required for the construction of
foundations, structures, basins, pits, paving, roads and other works.
Earthworks will include also any soil treatments (such as stone columns, vibroflotation, etc.)
that may become necessary to improve the soil conditions, as well as the protection of the
side slopes.

Unsuitable excavated material shall be disposed outside the site, according to the
applicable laws, codes and regulations, while materials suitable for backfilling shall be
reused inside the perimeter of the site.
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5.3 FOUNDATION PILES

A) Scope of work

The Contractor shall carry out an analysis regarding the need of piles under foundations,
with particular reference to main equipments and structures, based on the findings of the
Soil Investigation report.
On the basis of the foreseen settlement of ground, bearing capacity, soil properties and the
maximum weight and characteristic of the sustained items, the Contractor shall define:
- Design criteria and applicable codes;
- Pile type (material, length, spacing, diameter);
- Load capacity for compression, traction and lateral force;
- Group effects;
- Expected settlements.

The study shall be carried out according to the type and extension of the soil investigation,
according to the following main cases:
- If the available soil investigation is very detailed and extended, then the study shall be
carried out in order to completely define the pile design, to be used in the following stage
of the project;
- If the available soil investigation is not specific and accurate, then the study shall be
carried out in order to provide only preliminary information regarding the pile design, to be
confirmed and detailed in a following stage of the project.

B) Requirements

The main function of bearing piles is to transfer the load to lower levels of the ground which
are capable of sustaining the load with an adequate factor of safety and without settling at
the working load by an amount detrimental to the structure they support.
Piles derive their carrying capacity from a combination of friction along their sides and end
bearing at the pile point or base. The former is likely to predominate for piles in clays and
silts and where long sockets are formed in soft rocks. The latter applies to piles terminating
in a stratum such as compacted gravel, hard clay or rock.

Piles may be divided into three main types, depending on their effect on the soil. These are
the follows:

a) Large displacement piles.


These include all types of solid pile, including precast concrete and steel or concrete
tubes closed at the lower end by a shoe or plug, which may either be left in place or
extruded to form an enlarged foot.
b) Small displacement piles
These include rolled steel sections, such as H piles, open-ended tubes and hollow
sections if the ground enters freely during driving. However, it should be recognized that
open-ended tubes and hollow sections frequently plug and become displacement piles
particularly in cohesive soils. H-piles may behave similarly.
c) Replacement piles
These are formed by boring or other methods of excavation; the borehole may be lined
with a casing or tube that is either left in place or extracted as the hole is filled.

The final choice shall be made considering the effective soil conditions, acting loads,
supported foundations, availability of equipment and local Contractors capability.
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5.4 REINFORCED CONCRETE WORKS

A) Scope of work

The Contractor shall prepare the relevant documentation listed in chapter 6 according to
the requirements stated in the following.
In particular, the Contractor shall define:
- Design criteria and applicable codes;
- Materials;
- Preliminary plans and sections drawings;
- Typical details;
- Construction requirements;
- Etc.

B) Requirements

In general, concrete works shall be made with reinforced concrete utilising Portland
cement. In same specific cases, a different type of cement could be necessary, if required
for the specific site conditions, according to the soil investigation findings.
Indicatively, concrete is requested with the following characteristics:
- Maximum water-cement ratio in weight 0,45;
- Minimum cement content 350 kg/m3;
- Maximum aggregate for concrete 25 mm;
- Minimum cylindrical strength (fc) 30 N/mm2 (conforming to ACI 318).
Different prescriptions shall be applied depending on the specific use.

Reinforcement shall be epoxy coated (if required for the specific site conditions, according
to soil investigation findings) with the following characteristics:
- Steel bars grade 60 deformed bars (conforming to ASTM A615/A615M) epoxy coated
(conforming to ASTM A 775/A775M);
- Steel welded deformed wire mesh (conforming to ASTM A497) epoxy coated (conforming
to ASTM A884/A884M).

Foundations will be poured on lean concrete with minimum strength 15 N/mm2 (minimum
100 mm thickness). Ordinary foundations shall rest generally at 1.5 m min depth (if not
otherwise recommended in the soil investigation); secondary foundations at minimum of
0.40 m depth; the minimum distance between the top of buried foundation slabs and
finished ground level will be generally 1.00 m.
Foundation top elevation (for equipment and steel structures) above high point of paving
shall be minimum 200 mm.

Minimum cover for cast-in-place concrete (nonprestressed) shall be as stated in the


following:
Concrete cast against and permanently exposed to earth: 75 mm
Underside of foundations, concrete exposed to earth or water: 50 mm
Concrete not exposed to water or not in contact with ground (slabs, walls): 30 mm
Concrete not exposed to water or not in contact with ground (beams, columns): 40 mm
For cast in-place concrete (prestressed) and precast concrete the requirements stated in
ACI 318 shall be applied.

The top surfaces and/or pockets shall be levelled and/or filled by means of non-shrink grout
(normal grout will be used only for general levelling).
Non shrink epoxy grout shall be used for main machinery, according to equipment
Manufacturers instructions.

All concrete in contact with earth shall be protected with two cold bituminous layers.
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All exposed corners and exposed edges shall be chamfered 40 x 40 mm.

Concrete finishes for formed surfaces shall be:


- Rough form for surfaces to be backfilled or plastered;
- Smooth form for surfaces permanently exposed to view.

Foundations for circular tanks will consist in a reinforced concrete ring (or slab), properly
dimensioned, filled with suitable granular material. Retaining walls for tanks will be made in
reinforced concrete, able to contain the eventual loss of liquids. Paving inside the dike
areas shall be made in reinforced concrete, laid on a granular material layer. Joints of the
walls and paving shall be sealed with a fire resistant mastic with chemical resistance
adequate to the contained liquid. A water drainage system inside the dike areas will collect
the rainwater and send it into the dedicated system.

Steel structures, equipment and machinery shall be fixed to the foundations by means of
anchor bolts (hot dip galvanized), embedded in the concrete or positioned into pockets
previously made in the foundations. The use of pockets shall be avoided where high values
of the acting forces on bolts are foreseen.
For low values of acting forces and for minor structural works, expansion and chemical
bolts are allowed.

Foundations for vibrating equipments will be in accordance with the applicable international
standard. They will be separated from the surrounding structures and slab by joints to avoid
possible vibration transmission.
Specific dynamic calculation report will be required for vibrating equipment with weight
more than 40 kN.

Foundations of the transformers will be reinforced concrete basins filled with gravel as
flame barrier.

Any reinforced concrete construction required to retain liquid or to be watertight shall


comply with BS 8007.
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5.5 UNDERGROUND NETWORK

A) Scope of work

The Contractor shall prepare the relevant documentation listed in chapter 6 according to
the requirements stated in the following.
In particular, the Contractor shall define the main features of the underground network,
establishing the basic characteristics of the systems indicated in the following.

For sewers and drainages, the Contractor shall define (for example):
- Design criteria and applicable codes;
- Maximum and minimum pipe slope;
- Maximum and minimum flow velocity;
- Discharge philosophy and environmental requirements (if any);
- Materials;
- Pipe protection;
- Typical details;
- General layout;
- Etc.

For trenches, ducts and cables, the Contractor shall define (for example):
- Typical details;
- General layout;
- Etc.

Where required, the Contractor shall also consider the need to update and/or modify the
existing systems.

B) Requirements

B1) Sewers and drainages

Sewers and drainages shall be normally gravity type and shall be designed according to
the following classification and functions:
a) Rain water system
Rain drainage, realised by pipes or ditches, shall efficiently collect all run-off from the
plant site and discharge it through a suitably drainage system into the
discharge/collection point(s). The rain drainage system shall be realised to collect the
precipitation considering the specific values of the site, keeping the site plant clear of
ponding water.
b) Sanitary System
The sanitary collection system shall efficiently collect all foul water from the buildings of
the plant and shall convey it to the plant treatment /disposal facility.
c) Other drainages and pipe network
According to specific plant requirements, the underground network shall include the
piping systems such as oily and accidentally oily, chemical, fire fighting, potable water,
etc.

Manholes shall be provided as follows:


- At changes in pipe direction in vertical and horizontal planes;
- At changes in diameter;
- At a maximum spacing of 50 m inside units and 100 m outside units.
Water seals shall be provided at inlet pipe entry to manhole for the oily, accidentally oily
and chemical sewer systems.
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In the common practice, for the several types of sewer system, the most frequently used
materials are below indicated:
a) Rain water:
Reinforced concrete or PVC.
b) Sanitary system:
PVC or reinforced concrete or polypropylene.
c) Oily water sewer system:
PVC or cast iron or carbon steel.
d) Chemical
Polypropylene or PVC or GRP or HDPE.

B2) Trenches, ducts and buried cables

Trenches, ducts and cables installation design shall comply with the requirements stated in
the following.
a) Trenches
Where required by plant requirements, underground pipes shall be installed in
reinforced concrete trenches complete with removable pre-cast covers.
Trenches shall be realised with adequate slopes and sumps for drainages purposes.
Sealing at all joints in covers shall be provided, in order to prevent ingress of rainwater
into the trenches.
b) Ducts
Ducts for electrical and instrumentation cable shall consist of PVC pipes embedded into
reinforced concrete. This type of installation is normally required under road crossing.
Manholes shall be provided:
- At changes in direction in vertical and horizontal planes;
- At a maximum spacing of 25 m (or different distance according to installation cable
procedure).
c) Buried cables
The civil works regarding the installation of buried cable (electrical and instrumentation
type) shall consist of the following:
- Trench excavation;
- Sand bed, 100 mm thickness for the laying of cables;
- Sand bed, to cover the cables after their laying for more than 100 mm;
- Red concrete tile covering;
- Refilling.
This type of installation is normally used along the perimeter of the plant or in peripheral
area.
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5.6 STEEL STRUCTURES

A) Scope of work

The Contractor shall prepare the relevant documentation listed in chapter 6 according to
the requirements stated in the following.
In particular, the Contractor shall define:
- Design criteria and applicable codes;
- Materials;
- Preliminary plans and sections drawings;
- Typical details;
- Construction requirements;
- Etc.

B) Requirements

Materials for steel structures shall have the following characteristics or equivalent,
according to market availability:
- Steel for shapes and plates: EN 10025 S275 JR
- Common bolts: ISO 898-1 Class 5.6
- High strength bolts: ISO 898-1 Class 8.8
- Anchor bolts : EN 10025 S275 JR
- Gratings material: EN 10025 S235 JR

Steel shapes should be European size, i.e.:


- HEA and HEB according to ASTM A6/A6M or equivalent;
- IPE according to ASTM A6/A6M or equivalent;
- Angles according to EN 10056-1;
- Channels according to DIN 1026-1.

Structural steel will be primerized and painted. In general, steel structures shall be sent to
site with primer and first painting, while second painting shall be made after erection in site.
Steel gratings, chequered plates, ladders and stairs treads shall be supplied hot dip
galvanized.

Steel structures shall be shop prefabricated at maximum extent, in the maximum


transportable dimensions, suitable to be bolted and assembled in site.

Steel structures shall be connected to the concrete foundation by means of foundation


bolts.
Steel structures framework shall rely on rigid joints for stability or steel bracings, located at
strategic location to avoid plant conflicts. High strength bolts (galvanised) with suitable nuts
and washers will be used. All connections will be bearing type, with minimum 2 bolts M16.
For shear connections, double angle cleats shall be normally used.
For moment resistant connection, rigid joint with stiffening under the beam shall be used.
Bracing shall be normally made by double angle shape profiles, with cross connection plate
each 40 time the minimum radius of gyration of one individual shape.
Normal strength bolts (galvanised) with suitable nuts and washer will be used only for
handrails, stair treads or non-structural members.

The vertical deflection of beams and horizontal sway of structures supporting equipment or
pipes should be limited as follows:

Deflection: L/400 for main beams


L/300 for secondary beams

Sway: H/200 for structures


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H/150 for pipe racks


Where:
L: Beam span;
H: Height of column.

For structures supporting monorail or travelling crane, the sway shall be limited to H/400.
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5.7 BUILDINGS

A) Scope of work

The Contractor shall prepare the relevant documentation listed in chapter 6 according to
the requirements stated in the following.
In particular, the Contractor shall define:
- Design criteria and applicable codes;
- Materials;
- Preliminary plans, views and sections drawings;
- Main systems (electrical, HVAC, etc.) required for each building;
- Finishing for each room of buildings;
- Typical details;
- Thermal and acoustic insulation;
- Etc.

A list of possible kind of buildings and rooms, that can be included in the project, is reported
in the following for easy reference of the Contractor:
- Shed for machinery (generators, compressors, pumps, etc.);
- Workshop;
- Warehouse;
- Electrical power substation;
- Fiscal measurement station;
- Instrumentation air station;
- Drinking water treatment station;
- Fire fighting station;
- Laboratory;
- Guard-house;
- Fiscal control Office;
- Intake room;
- Infirmary/first aid;
- Laundry/ironing;
- Toilet rooms;
- Dressing room;
- Kitchen;
- Canteen;
- Offices;
- Meeting room;
- Polyvalent/control room;
- Lodgings;
- Mess-room;
- Recreation room.

It is noted that prefabricated skid cabins could be required in place of buildings.

B) Requirements

The general design approach shall be to provide functional buildings harmonising in


appearance, considering eventually the presence of existing buildings and structures.
They will be proportioned to allow adequate space for the safe installation, maintenance
and operation. Attention shall be given in the design of buildings for thermal insulation,
noise, fire prevention, safety of personnel and security.
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In general, buildings shall be realised as follows:


A) Buildings with bearing structure in concrete:
- External walls in masonry walls with hollow concrete or clay blocks;
- Internal walls in masonry walls with hollow concrete or clay blocks or lightweight
partitions;
- Floors and roof with prefabricated/precast element and/or concrete slab cast in situ.
This type of construction should be normally applied to offices, residential area, small
warehouse, control and electrical room.
B) Buildings with bearing structure in steel:
- External walls by insulated (painted and galvanized) sandwich panels;
- Internal walls in masonry walls with hollow concrete or clay blocks or lightweight
partitions;
- Floors with metal deck and concrete slab;
- Roof with insulated (painted and galvanized) sandwich panels.
This type of construction should be normally applied to big warehouses, workshops,
shelters, etc.
C) Buildings with bearing structure in masonry:
- External walls in masonry walls with hollow concrete or clay blocks;
- Roof with prefabricated/precast element and/or concrete slab cast in situ.
This type of construction should be normally applied to offices, residential area, small
warehouse.

In all three cases A), B) and C), masonry walls will be plastered and painted. Insulation, as
required by thermal/noise requirements, shall be provided.

Floor finishes will be designed to suit their particular application.


In general, where false floor is required (normally in control room), the type shall be the
following:
- Prefabricated panels cm (60 x 60);
- Site surface in anti-static plastic laminate;
- Suitable support structure for panels capacity 600 Kg concentrate load and 1000 Kg/m2
distributed charge;
- Minimum height of the supports 50 cm, to be verified according to specific case.

Sliding, folding or roller doors will be provided to the larger maintenance access doors.
Double leaf and single personnel doors will be installed, taking into account maintenance
requirements and fire escape routes.
Escape doors will be fitted with anti-panic bars for quick release.
Windows double glazed will be metal or aluminium framed type as appropriate.

All finishing materials (floor and wall tiles, skirting, toilet chinaware, glasses, doors and
windows, false ceiling, false floor, plaster, etc.) will be as per good quality, easily available
in the local market.

Inside industrial building, generally the ceiling will be made up by the raw materials (roof
decking, reinforced concrete).
In some particular cases, the bottom face of RC slabs and the soffits will be coated with
acrylic emulsion paint.
False ceilings will be generally foreseen only for control rooms and offices.

For the toilet rooms, flooring will consist of ceramic tiles with floor drains; walls will be tiled
up to 1.2 m and then painted up to the ceiling with emulsion paint; ceilings will be painted
with emulsion painting; wooden works and metal works will be coated with a synthetic
enamel.
Sanitary fixtures will be standard commercial products of reputable manufacturers. Inside
the buildings, water supply pipes can be standardised galvanised pipes, copper pipes,
PEHD pipes. Waste water pipes will be preferably PVC pipes. The following sanitary
equipments shall be provided, where required: wash basin of white glazed porcelain, fully
equipped with mirror, soap holder, towel rack; WC sets of white glazed porcelain including
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the low level flushing cistern, floor mounted; urinal of white glazed porcelain, level type, wall
mounted.

Roofing of reinforced concrete buildings will normally consist of the following (from the
bottom to the top):
- Lightweight 2% minimum sloped concrete (thickness 50 mm minimum);
- Vapour barrier in polyetilene sheet 1000 g/m thickness 0.3 mm;
- Insulation polyurethane panels (thickness 40 mm minimum);
- Double waterproof membrane;
- Sand bed (20 mm minimum);
- Terrazzo tile flooring (25 mm minimum).

Small equipment (such as HVAC system) which will be placed on roofs supported by R.C.
blocks resting on a resistant material laid on the waterproofing system.
Heavier equipment will be placed on concrete supports connected to the main structure.
Bituminous membrane of the roof will be properly detailed in order to avoid the complete
impermeability of the roof.

Roofing of steel structure building will consist of:


- Insulated sandwich panels;
- A steel platform system, connected to the main structure, to allow the positioning, access
and maintenance of equipments.

In general, roof shall have gutters to remove rain water. Downspout shall be fixed to the
outside of the building.

As a minimum, ladders for the access to the roof will be provided. Maintenance
requirements of HVAC shall be taken into consideration in the design phase, providing
where required the necessary access.

Normally, buildings shall be provided at least with the following plants:


- Electrical network system and relevant hand sets, with recessed conduits in the partition
wall and ceiling;
- Telephone network system and relevant hand sets;
- Smoke detector system;
- Fire fighting system;
- H.V.A.C.
- Extractors fans;
- Lighting system for working area and offices, including relevant bulk material according
the applicable specification;
- Water and plumbing network;
- Sanitary fixtures;
- Earthing and lightning protection system plant.
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5.8 FIREPROOFING

A) Scope of work

The Contractor shall prepare the relevant documentation listed in chapter 6 according to
the requirements stated in the following.
In particular, the Contractor shall define materials and typical details for the passive fire
protection of the steel structures.

B) Requirements

The following elements of steel structures located in hazardous area should be protected:

- Elevated structures and cables/pipes (rack): columns, beams and main cross members
from grade to the specified elevation; normally not bearing bracings (under condition of
absence of wind and earthquake) and secondary elements shall not be fireproofed;
- Structures for heaters: support and cross members from the foundation up to the floor of
the heater;
- Skirts to support columns, reactors, vessels, etc.: outside surface of the skirt from grade
up to the insulation or, lacking this, up to the top of skirt;
- Saddles for horizontal vessels and exchangers: complete fireproofing of the saddles
allowing sliding motion in the saddle slotted holes;
- Legs for vertical vessels: complete fireproofing;
- Base plates and anchor bolts of above said structures: complete fireproofing.

In general, in the above mentioned cases, cementitious fireproofing shall be preferred, such
as concrete or gunite. Fireproofing minimum thickness should be 50 mm. In same specific
case, such as building with high level of internal finishing, fire resistant panels should be
used.
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5.9 ROADS AND CONCRETE PAVING

A) Scope of work

The Contractor shall prepare the relevant documentation listed in chapter 6 according to
the requirements stated in the following.
In particular, the Contractor shall define:
- Design criteria and applicable codes;
- Materials;
- Typical sections and details drawings;
- Preliminary general layout;
- Drainage philosophy;
- Construction requirements;
- Etc.

B) Requirements

B1) Roads

The functional requirement is to provide a safe and reliable access to all locations of the
site for cars, trucks, cranes, mobile equipment and personnel which are required at those
locations during the lifetime of the plant.

Typical road section should be arranged as follows:


a) Sub-grade
Material groups A-1, A-2-4, A-2-5 and A-3 (according to ASTM D3282 compacted at
95% maximum dry unit weight according to ASTM D1557);
b) Sub-base
Selected soil aggregate material (according to ASTM D1241 compacted to 95%
maximum dry density according to ASTM D1557) minimum 150 mm thickness;
c) Base-course
Selected soil aggregate material (according to ASTM D1241 compacted to 95%
maximum dry density according to ASTM D1557) minimum 150 mm thickness;
d) Cutback asphalt
Application of cutback asphalt (according to ASTM D2027 1.2 l/m);
e) Binder course
Bituminous mixture (according to ASTM D3515 compacted to 95%-100% according to
ASTM D1188/ASTM D2726) minimum 40 mm thickness;
f) Cutback asphalt
Application of cutback asphalt (according to ASTM D2028 0.35 l/m);
g) Wearing course
Final hot rolled asphalt (according to according to ASTM D3515 compacted to 98%-
100% according to ASTM D1188/ASTM D2726) minimum 30 mm thickness.

Roadside 1 m wide shall be provided each side.


Where required by frequent pedestrian access, the roads shall also include curbs and
sidewalks.
The roads shall be completed with signs, marking and lighting.
Roads shall be drained by open channel or, alternatively, by underground pipes.

The maximum longitudinal slope shall be 5% maximum, while transversal slope shall be
2%.
Main road shall be from 8 m to 10 m wide, with double slope; secondary roads shall be 6 m
wide, with double slope.
The minimum inside radius shall be defined considering the plant traffic requirements in
operation and maintenance, but it should not be less than 9 m.
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Specific requirements for the patrol road or other special roads shall be investigated and
defined.

Parking areas shall be provided, shaded or open type, according to climate conditions and
use.

B2) Concrete paving

Functional requirements for paving are:


- Provision of reliable and easy access of personnel and equipment for construction,
operation and maintenance;
- Provision of a foundation base for light equipment, such as ladders, stairs, pipe supports,
etc.
- Protection of the soil and the ground water against a spillage of chemicals including
hydrocarbons;
- Prevention of the erosion of the soil;
- Routing of spillages to sumps and drains.

Concrete paved areas subject to vehicle traffic shall be minimum 15 cm thickness while
paved areas not subject to vehicle traffic shall be minimum 10 cm thick, in both cases
reinforced with appropriate welded wire mesh.
Expansion joints and contraction joints shall be foreseen for reinforced concrete paving,
filled and sealed with oil resistant material.
The foundation layer in granular material (base course) shall be minimum 150 mm thick
compacted to 95% Modified Proctor as per ASTM D 1557.
Concrete paving shall be separated from all foundations above grade, by 20 mm thick
resilient jointing material and sealed with oil resistant component.
Lean concrete shall not be provided under the concrete slab, but a polyethylene sheet (0.15
mm minimum thickness) will be provided before the placing of the concrete.
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5.10 UNPAVED AREAS

A) Scope of work

The Contractor shall prepare the relevant documentation listed in chapter 6 according to
the requirements stated in the following.
In particular, the Contractor shall define:
- Design criteria and applicable codes;
- Materials;
- General layout of the unpaved areas;
- Construction requirements;
- Etc.

B) Requirements

Unpaved areas are generally limited to those parts of a site where no hydrocarbon
(chemical) spill is expected, and where the surface normally does not need to support loads
other than personnel on foot.
Examples of these areas are:
- The zone between inner and outer fence;
- Flare and liquid burner areas, except the plots where equipment is located;
- Administration and other landscaped areas;
- Off-battery areas which are not used (future construction, safety zones, etc.)
- Tank pits excluding areas around (and underneath) pressurized gas storage which shall
be paved;
- Off-battery racks which contain no flanged connections, valves or sample points.

Surfacing of unpaved areas shall be designed to:


- Prevent soil erosion by wind and water;
- Be able to support people on foot and light vehicles i.e. land rover type;
- Keep the subject area clear of undesirable vegetation.

The surfacing shall have minimal maintenance requirements.


In general, one of the following finishing shall be used, according to plant requirements:
a) slow-growing grass;
b) 50/100 mm thickness of gravel.
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5.11 FENCING AND GATES

A) Scope of work

The Contractor shall prepare the relevant documentation listed in chapter 6 according to
the requirements stated in the following.
In particular, the Contractor shall define:
- Materials;
- Typical sections and details;
- General layout of fencing with gates position;
- Security requirements;
- Etc.

B) Requirements

Fencing types generally used shall be one or more of the following, according to plant,
security and environmental requirements.

a) Plasticized wire-net fencing (or gratings panels)


Plasticized wire-net fencing shall consist of:
- Posts and struts made of hot-dip galvanised T steel sections, anchored in concrete bases;
- Plasticized and galvanized wire-net mesh 40 x 40;
- Three parallel barbed galvanised steel wires placed above the wire mesh.
The total height of the fencing, measured from the final ground level to the highest barbed
wire, shall not be less than 2.6 m.
Alternatively, instead of plasticized and galvanized wire-net mesh, gratings panels of
suitable characteristics could be used.

b) Precast reinforced concrete fencing


It shall consist of precast reinforced concrete posts fixed on foundations which shall be
made either of cast-in-place reinforced concrete or of precast bases, placed over a blinding
layer of lean concrete.
Precast reinforced concrete panels shall be inserted and anchored between the posts.
The total height of the exposed part of the fencing, measured from the finished ground level
to the upper edge of the last panel, shall not be less than 2.60 m.
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6 DOCUMENTS FOR BASIC AND FRONT END ENGINEERING DESIGN

6.1 GENERAL
The Contractor is requested to prepare the documents highlighted in the following section
by .
The Contractor shall submit his offer indicating the price for the same selected documents,
considering all needs for the safe and efficient planning, management, administration and
execution of the required activities.

For each document, the Contractor shall provide the following number of copies:

Hard copy: number ..


CD ROM: number ..
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6.2 LIST OF DOCUMENTS

A) Basic documents

Soil Investigation

Topographic map

Existing installations drawings

Other

B) General specifications

Specification for structural design loads (including: description of loads and design
values; combinations and factors; reference codes and standards; etc.)

Specification for site preparation and earthworks

Specification for foundation piles

Specification for demolition and dismantling

Specification for design of steel structures

Specification for design of reinforced concrete structures and foundations

Specification for design of masonry works

Specification for design of foundation for vibrating equipment

Specification for design of HVAC systems

Specification for fire protection of steel structures

Specification for buildings (including specification of materials, finishing, dimension of


doors and windows, noise criteria, drainage criteria, etc. for all buildings)

Specification for prefabricated cabins (civil and structural requirements)

Specification for design of drainages

Specification for landscaping

Specification for roads and paving

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C) Typical detail drawings

Underground installations (trenches, pits, piping, cables, ducts, etc.)

Walls

Floors and roofs

Roads

Paving

Dike walls

Steel structures (including: gratings, chequered plate, ladders, stairs, handrails, anchor
bolts, etc.)

Piling

Fencing and gates

General notes for concrete structures and foundations

General notes for steel structures

D) General drawings and reports

Earth movement plot plan (grading plan)

General layout of demolitions

Architectural drawings (plans, sections, view, main details) for each building with list of
required systems and facilities; in particular, general layout of the following:

Electrical distribution

Plumbing

HVAC

General layout (plans, sections) of main structures and civil works with preliminary
dimensions (for example: foundations and steel structures for heavy equipments,
cooling towers, etc.)

General layout of roads, yards, paving and landscaping

General layout and sections of main underground systems

Main structural check in case of modifications of existing structures

Other technical documents required to obtain permits for civil works execution from
Local Authorities
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E) Cost estimation

Bill of quantities and cost estimation with reference to the technical specifications and
the drawings.
The document shall form a separate private attachment for the Company and shall
include all the costs related to civil works (including for example detail surveys, permits
for Local Authorities, etc.). The estimated costs shall be calculated on:

Budget prices (for example: /m2 for buildings, /m3 for plant steel structures, etc.

Unit prices for specific civil items (/m3 for concrete, /kg for steel, /m2 for
painting, etc.)

6.3 COMPUTER PROGRAMS, UNITS AND LANGUAGE

Drawing shall be prepared using AutoCAD computer program, while reports and
specifications using MS Word/Excel computer programs.

All documents shall be according to metric system units and with the following languages:

English

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ATTACHMENTS
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ATTACHMENT 1 ENI STANDARDS


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ATTACHMENT 2 - ITALIAN LAWS AND REGULATIONS

A.2.1) Load definition and combinations

Decreto Ministeriale 16/01/1996


Norme tecniche relative ai Criteri generali per la verifica di sicurezza delle costruzioni e
dei carichi e sovraccarichi

Circolare Ministeriale 04/07/1996 n 0156AA.GG./STC.


Istruzioni per l'applicazione delle 'Norme tecniche relative ai criteri generali per la verifica di
sicurezza delle costruzioni e dei carichi e sovraccarichi di cui al decreto ministeriale 16
gennaio 1996

A.2.2) Earthworks

Decreto Ministeriale 11/03/1988


Norme tecniche riguardanti le indagini sui terreni e sulle rocce, la stabilit dei pendii naturali
e delle scarpate, i criteri generali e le prescrizioni per la progettazione, l'esecuzione e il
collaudo delle opere di sostegno delle terre e delle opere di fondazione

Circolare Min. LL.PP. 24/09/1988


Norme tecniche riguardanti le indagini sui terreni e sulle rocce, la stabilit dei pendii naturali
e delle scarpate, i criteri generali e le prescrizioni per la progettazione, l'esecuzione e il
collaudo delle opere di sostegno delle terre e delle opere di fondazione. Istruzioni per
l'applicazione

A.2.3) Concrete structures, foundations and steel structures

Legge n 1086 del 05/11/1971


Norme per la disciplina delle opere di conglomerato cementizio armato, normale e
precompresso ed a struttura metallica.

Decreto Ministeriale 09/01/1996


Norme tecniche per il calcolo, l'esecuzione ed il collaudo delle strutture in cemento armato,
normale e precompresso e per le strutture metalliche

Circolare Ministeriale 15/10/1996 n 252


Istruzioni per l'applicazione delle 'Norme tecniche per il calcolo, l'esecuzione ed il collaudo
delle opere in cemento armato normale e precompresso e per le strutture metalliche' di cui
al decreto ministeriale 9 gennaio

Ordinanza Pres. Cons. Ministri 20/03/2003


Primi elementi in materia di criteri generali per la classificazione sismica del territorio
nazionale e di normative tecniche per le costruzioni in zona sismica

Ordinanza Pres. Cons. Ministri 02/10/2003 n 3316


Modifiche ed integrazioni all'ordinanza del Presidente del Consiglio dei Ministri n. 3274 del
20 marzo 2003, recante Primi elementi in materia di criteri generali per la classificazione
sismica del territorio nazionale e di normative tecniche per le costruzioni in zona sismica
(Ordinanza n. 3316)

Norma Tecnica UNI EN 201-1


Calcestruzzo - Specificazione, prestazione, produzione e conformit
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Legge n 595 del 26/05/1965


Caratteristiche tecniche e requisiti dei leganti idraulici

Decreto Ministeriale del 13/09/1993


Abrogazione di alcune disposizioni contenute nel decreto ministeriale 3 giugno 1968
concernente nuove norme sui requisiti di accettazione e modalit di prova dei cementi

Decreto Ministero delle Infrastrutture del 14/09/2005


Norme tecniche per le costruzioni

Decreto Ministero delle Infrastrutture del 14/01/2008


Nuove norme tecniche per le costruzioni

Circolare Ministero delle Infrastrutture e dei Trasporti del 02/02/2009 n.617


Istruzioni per lapplicazione delle Nuove Norme Tecniche per le costruzioni di cui al
decreto ministeriale 14 gennaio 2008

A.2.4) Masonry

Decreto Ministeriale 20/11/1987


Norme tecniche per la progettazione, esecuzione e collaudo degli edifici in muratura e per il
loro consolidamento

Circolare Min. LL.PP. N 30787 del 04/01/1989


Istruzioni in merito alle norme tecniche per la progettazione, esecuzione e collaudo degli
edifici in muratura e per il loro consolidamento

A.2.5) Buildings

Decreto Presidente Repubblica n 412 del 26/08/1993


Regolamento recante norme per la progettazione, l'installazione, l'esercizio e la
manutenzione degli impianti termici degli edifici ai fini del contenimento dei consumi di
energia, in attuazione dell'art. 4, comma 4, della legge 9 gennaio 1991, n. 10

Decreto Pres. Cons. Ministri del 01/03/1991


Limiti massimi di esposizione al rumore negli ambienti abitativi e nell'ambiente esterno