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COMPANY : Ministry of Defense Engineering services

CONSULTANT : Mott MacDonald Company LLC

CONTRACTOR : Rukun Al Yaqeen International L.L.C

TENDER NO : 83/2013

EPC for Electrical Upgrade of MAM Power


PROJECT :
Station

METHOD STATEMENT
FOR
ROAD WORKS

Document No: MOD-MAM/83-2013/C/MST/034 -Rev-0

REVISION CONTROL

Revision Date of Details of Prepared by Reviewed by Authorized by Approved by


Status Issue Revision Ray International Ray International Ray International MMC

First Issue for


0 28.11.2017 Praveen Shahare Yuvaraj P Giridhar K
approval
QA/QC Engineer-
Civil Engineer Project Manager
Civil
INDEX

1.0 PURPOSE

2.0 SCOPE

3.0 REFERENCES

4.0 ABBREVIATIONS & DEFINITIONS

5.0 ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

6.0 ASSOCIATED REQUIREMENTS

7.0 PROCEDURE

8.0 RECORDS & DOCUMENTS

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1.0 PURPOSE
The purpose of this document is to provide the guidelines for Road works by satisfying all the relevant
specifications and requirements.

2.0 SCOPE
This document shall be applicable for Road works under the project- (Tender No.: 83/2013) for EPC for
Electrical Upgrade of MAM Power Station.

3.0 REFERENCES

a) Project Quality Plan


b) Tender specification-Volume 3-Part-2,Section-2,Civil
c) IFC drawings
d) Material approval sheet

4.0 ABBREVIATIONS & DEFINITIONS

4.1 ABBREVIATIONS

IFC : Issued for Construction


PPE : Personnel Protective Equipment
BS : British standard
RFI : Request for Inspection

4.2 DEFINITIONS

Company : This shall mean Ministry of defense engineering services. or its nominated representative.
Consultant : This shall mean Mott Macdonald LLC or its nominated representative.
Contractor : This shall refer to Rukun Al Yaqeen International LLC or its Project Manager.
Project : This shall refer to the subject contract i.e., (Tender No.: 83/2013) EPC for Electrical
Upgrade of MAM Power station.
Vendor : This shall refer to equipment and material suppliers for the Project.
Shall : This shall mean contractual requirement.
Should : This shall mean desired requirement.

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May : This shall mean possible course of action.

5.0 ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

5.1 Project Manager

He shall be responsible for:


a) Responsible for overall execution, administration, monitoring and control of the project as per the Contractual
requirements, specifications & PQP.
b) Coordinate with Construction Manager for obtaining necessary resources for the project and deploy as
required.
c) Responsible for managing all interfaces with Client and Construction Manager - Projects.
d) Responsible for coordinating for all the procurement and subcontracting activities related to the project
e) Deal with all contractual matters to the project
f) Monitor the actual progress of the work against planned programme.
g) Ensure Quality Management System of the Contractor is effectively implemented in the Project.
h) Obtain subcontractors Procedures / Plans / Method Statements, where applicable and coordinate approval of
the same.
i) Assess manpower, equipment and other resources required to achieve targets set.
j) Coordinate with the Procurement Unit in carrying out procurement activities for the project.
k) Liaise with Construction Manager to ensure timely completion of civil activities pertaining to the project
l) Liaise with QHSE Manager for preparation and updating PQP.
m) Analyze deviation or change of contract scope in coordination with Construction Manager
n) Analyze deviations, change of contract scope or delays, if required, and reschedule to meet target dates in
coordination with the Construction Manager.
o) Ensure through the Construction Manager that appropriate actions are taken on all NCRs and Audit Non-
Conformances raised in the Project.
p) Ensure through the QA/QC Engineer that all Corrective & Preventive Actions taken in the Project are
Effective.
q) Identify Training needs and Coordinate with appropriate function for fulfilling the Training Requirements.
r) Monitor & facilitating the implementation of HSE as per contract HSE plan, RAY procedure & requirement.

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5.2 Construction Manager

He shall be responsible for:


a) Responsible for overall execution, administration, monitoring and control of the project as per the Contractual
requirements, specifications & PQP.
b) Coordinate with Project Manager for obtaining necessary resources for the project and deploy as required.
c) Responsible for managing all interfaces with Client and Project Manager.
d) Responsible for actual progress of the work against planned program.
e) Obtain subcontractors Procedures / Plans / Method Statements, where applicable and coordinate approval of
the same.
f) Coordinate with the Procurement Unit in carrying out procurement activities for the project through Project
manager.
g) Liaise with Site Engineers to ensure timely completion of civil activities pertaining to the project
h) Analyze deviations, change of contract scope or delays, if required, and reschedule to meet target dates in
coordination with the Project Manager.
i) Appropriate actions shall be taken on all NCRs and Audit Non-Conformances raised in the Project.
j) Ensure through the QA/QC Engineer that all Corrective & Preventive Actions taken in the Project are
Effective.
k) Identify Training needs and Coordinate with appropriate function for fulfilling the Training Requirements.
l) Reports to the Project Manager.

5.3 Site Engineer

He shall be overall responsible for safe execution of the complete activity including, but not limited to:
a) Organizing tools and equipment required to the work site.
b) Assigning work crew.
c) Sequence of activities to be carried out for the work as per this work procedure.
d) Stage Inspection & Surveillance.
e) Ensure all safety Regulations are followed as applicable.
f) Contract specific requirements for excavations, if any specified shall be identified and the requirements of such
specification shall prevail in addition to the non-conflicting requirements of this procedure.
g) Ensure & study the approved drawings & statements before starting the activity.
h) Communicate all HSE requirements to entire working crew and ensure that they understood

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i) Thoroughly familiar with all MODES/RAY contract and general HSE requirements and understand it so as to
maintain a healthy and safe environment for employees, contract staff

5.4 Supervisor:

He shall be responsible for the following activities:


a) Execution of work as per contract specifications, QC procedure, approved method statement and work
instructions
b) Tool Box talks shall give by the site engineer & supervisor with the concerned work force prior to start of the
work is a mandatory requirement.
c) Ensure that relevant permits applied and obtained prior to the commencement of work.
d) Organizing tools and equipment required to the work site.
e) Ensure all PPE’s are available with all the workers involved in the work.
f) Inspection of all works at every stage.
g) Ensuring the sufficient First Aiders and fire wardens is available with the crew.
h) Ensure all Safety Regulations are followed as applicable.

5.5 Surveyor

He shall be responsible for:


a) Surveyor along with his team members shall carry out the survey work in systematic manner within the
stipulated time.
b) Ensure that all the levels / positions / alignments marked are properly secured and their location identified
accordingly.
c) Ensure that based on the latest Approved for construction drawings levels and bench mark has given.
d) Time to time preparing and submitting the survey report for the client review & approval.
e) Ensure before commencing of the activity all instruments are having valid calibration.
f) Ensure the permanent bench mark and cross verification in intervals.

5.6 QA/QC Inspector

He shall be responsible for:


a) Stage Inspections and Surveillance in accordance with QCP and assurance of quality of work as per
specification and approved procedures.

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b) Ensure all the testing equipments are calibrated and calibration certificate is available at site.
c) Ensure availability of latest Approved for construction drawings/Specifications and reference documents.
d) Coordinate with approved Third party laboratory for Material testing as per Client specifications and
International standards.
e) Ensure all incoming site materials are as per approved Material submittal.
f) Review and Maintain records of all material test reports as per client requirement.

5.7 HSE Officer

He shall be responsible for:


a) Be familiar with the client general safety, contractual requirements.
b) Advising site persons of any problems relating to the implementation of the HSE plan.
c) Permanent member of the HSE committee compiles and presents HSE site specific reports.
d) Maintain records of HSE meetings and ensures that routine HSE meetings and toolbox talks are carried out,
actions recorded, as stipulated in the HSE procedures.
e) Carryout safety audits and inspections, record proceedings and follow up recommendations.
f) Arrange for the distribution and display of safety posters and other safety promotional material.
g) Provide relevant advice on health, safety and environmental issues to all employees.
h) Assist with investigations of all accidents or incidents.
i) Maintain copies of all accident/incident reports and provide a monthly report and accident statistics to the HSE
professional.
j) Provide technical support in the preparation of departmental HSE action plans.
k) Demonstrate active involvement in HSE training programs.
l) Carryout assessment of sub-contractor activities and HSE systems.
m) Generally monitor Occupational health risk assessments, performance monitoring and surveillance.

6.0 ASSOCIATED REQUIREMENTS

6.1 HSE Requirements

a) Ensure all P & M Equipments being used for the activity are in good working condition.
b) Ensure P & M Operators are qualified & authorized to operate the relevant equipments.
c) Ensure the work area shall be barricaded.
d) The tool Box talk shall be carried out before starting the work.
e) Ensure all necessary PPEs are worn by workers involved in the work.

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f) Work shall be carried out in the day time and if authorize night work is permitted.
g) All sub-contractor men, material, machinery details to be collected and checked against insurance.
h) No work shall be allowed if temperature is more than 50 degree Celsius / high wind / more than 80% humidity
/ inclement weather due to rain, lighting storm, fog or dark condition

6.2 Equipments, Tools & Measuring equipments

a) Asphalt paver
b) Tipper
c) Loader/Bobcat
d) Tandem Power-driven Roller
e) Pneumatic Tired Roller
f) Plate compactor
g) Hand shovels
h) Air compressor
i) Power brush
j) Total station
k) Auto level / leveling staff
l) Measuring tape
m) Steel pegs
n) Thermometer
o) Fire extinguisher

7.0 PROCEDURE

7.1 General
The following documents as a minimum shall be readily available for ready reference at work site.
 Client specifications
 Approved Method statement
 Issued for Construction drawing &
 Approved Material approval sheet

7.2 Surface preparation and Sub base course


a) Before start the road activity ensure the all pipes, conduits, trenches etc. passing under the proposed work shall
be completed and subjected to required test where applicable.

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b) Before commencing the subbase surface; sub grade of the road shall be well compacted up to 98 % of MDD
required of the soil as per drawing.
c) Prior to sub base layer entire surface shall be lightly watered.
d) Prior to asphalt works, the existing sub base shall be cleared of all foreign substances.
e) Ruts of soft and yielding spots having inadequate compaction shall be corrected.
f) 150 MM thick sub base shall be laid and Grading, surfacing and compacting up to 98 % of MDD required of
the soil as per drawing.
c) Finished road base layer shall not vary from the required values by more than the following:
 Surface levels +10 to – 20 mm

7.3 Base course


a) Placing of aggregate road base course shall be laid in layers of uniform thickness.
b) Any unsuitable materials shall be removed prior to start base course.
c) Prior to laying the entire surface shall be lightly watered.
d) It shall be then compacted to 100 % of Maximum dry density
d) The road base surface of the compacted material shall be finished by blading and rolled.
e) Finished road base layer shall not vary from the required values by more than the following:
 Surface levels +5 to – 10 mm

7.4 Prime Coat (MC-70)


a) After getting tested and the concerned Engineer’s approval of aggregate base layer, the surface shall be cleaned
of any loose materials followed by light application of water and allowed to dry prior to start primer coat.
b) Ensure the material is from approved source.
c) Ambient temperature at time of prime coat application shall be 13Oc & above.
d) Application temperature of the material shall be 50o to 80o celcius.
e) The rate of spray of primer coat shall be 0.8 kg/m2 to 1.2 kg/m2.
f) Prime coat shall be undisturbed for period of 24 hours.

7.6 Bituminous Base Binder Course


a) Bituminous base course lying commences only after proper curing of prime coat or after minimum of 24 hours.
b) Before laying the bituminous material, the surface shall be clean and free of dust. All loose and unsuitable
materials shall be removed
c) Base binder course will be laid and compacted to the required thickness and density (compaction percentage).
d) The compacted thickness of base binder course layer will be as per approved drawing
e) The loose thickness of the mat will be 20% more than that of the compacted.

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f) Before and during the laying of asphalt ambient conditions will be checked and assessed for their effect on the
work and achievement of a satisfactory mat.

7.7 Paving Operation


a) Trained and experienced operators will operate paver.
b) The truck wheels will be kept firmly in contact with the paver rollers and as far as supply and site conditions
allow, the operator will operate the paver at such a speed as to permit continuous laying, maintaining uniform
height of the material in front of the screed and controlling the screed with minimum amount of adjustment.
c) The temperature of asphalt mixture delivered on the road shall be between 130°C to 165°C. Laying foreman
will record temperature of each truck material at the time of lying.
d) There will be two screw men, well trained and experienced on either side of the paving machine controlling
the elevations and screed extensions.
e) The loose thickness of the mat laid will be regularly checked before the compaction.
f) The paving width (half road way) will be agreed with the concerned engineer before lying.

7.8 Rolling Operations


a) Rolling will start after spreading and strike off and as soon as the mix conditions permit the rolling without
excessive showing or tearing.
b) Rolling will be initiated with the drive wheel towards the paving machine, initial or breakdown rolling will be
done by means of tandem powers steel roller.
c) Rolling will start from the lower side and proceed towards upper side of the road depending upon the direction
of camber.
d) The overlapping on successive passes will be at least one half (1/2) the width of the near wheels. Alternate
passes of the roller will be of slightly different lengths.
e) The vibratory mechanism of tandem roller will be operated in such a way that the vibrator stops before the
roller stops and starts after the roller begins to move again.
f) To prevent adhesion of the mix to the roller wheels, the wheels will be kept properly moistened with water.
g) The sprinkler system is capable of supplying sufficient water to each wheel without undue excess. The
average speed of roller will be 3 km/hr. and never exceed 5 km/hr.
h) After giving sufficient number of passes by the tandem roller the same will be compacted using pneumatic tire
rollers.
i) All the tires of the PTR will be of same size and inflated to the same pressure.
j) The average speed of PTR will be 5 km. Rolling will continue until all roller marks are eliminated, the surface
is of uniform texture and true to grade and cross section, and the required compaction is achieved.

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k) Final compaction and finish rolling will be done by means of tandem power steel roller. The areas
inaccessible will be compacted using Hand Rollers and or Plate Vibrators/Compactors.

7.9 Tack coat


a) After the testing and approval of the binder course paved surface layer, tack coat will be applied on the cleaned
binder course paved surface layer at the specified rate.
b) The cleaning will be done using air compressor if any loose material is present.
c) The ambient temperature at time of prime coat application shall be 13Oc & above.
d) The rate of application of tack coat shall be 0.2 kg/m2 to 0.5 kg/m2.
e) Tack coat shall be left undisturbed for a period of 2 hours.

7.10 Bituminous Wearing Course


a) Approved wearing course mix will be laid and compacted to the required width, thickness and density in the
same manner as described above.
b) Delivery temperature of the asphalt mix shall be between 130°C to 165°C.
c) Slope of the road shall be made as per latest approved drawing.
d) Finished surface shall be smooth and the thickness shall not vary more than 5 mm.

7.11 Traffic restriction


a) In no case shall traffic be permitted less than 6 hours after completion of pavement unless a shorter period is
authorized by Engineer.

8 RECORDS & DOCUMENTS


RFI
MOD-MAM/83-2013/C/F-015- Checklists for Road works
Risk assessment
TBT record
 END OF PROCEDURE 

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