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SHK.KHALID BIN ALI AHAMED AL THANI
VOLUMEl
CONTRACT CONDITIONS
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CONSULTANT
DIW AN AL - EMARA
ARCHITECT, ENGINEERS & PLANNERS
P.O. BOX. 22235
DOHA - QATAR
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SHK. KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THANI
INDEX
VOLUME 1
ADDENDUM I
CIRCULARS
SECTION A FORM OF TENDER NI - NIO
SECTION B INSTRUCTION TO TENDERERS BII - Bill
SECTION C CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT CII - CI21
SECTION D GENERAL & PROJECT SPECIFICATION DII - D/8
SECTION E MEASUREMENT AND RATES CLAUSES Ell - E/l7
LIST OF DRAWINGS
TENDER CIRCULARS
VOLUMEIA BILLS OF QUANTITIES
VOLUME 2 EXCAVATION & PILING SPECIFICATION
VOLUME 2_2 STRUCTURAL SPECIFICATION
VOLUME 3 ARCHITECTURAL & CIVIL SPECIFICATION
VOLUME 4 MEP SPECIFICATION
Tenderers shall check the tender documents provided and shall initial this page in
acknowledgement that all of the pages listed and all of the drawings and other documents
referred to have been allowed for in preparing this tender.
Tenderer's stamp and initials .•...........................................•...................•... Date .......................... .
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For
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SHK. KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THANI
Tender for GR+ IB+M+ 1 SHOWROOM+OFFICE BUILDING
Brief Description of Works:
i) DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT
The works comprise a Building Shopping+Office use of Gr+ IB+M+ 1 story's of approximately
30,300 m
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of Total Built up Area and an Office Rentable Area available approximately 21,272
sq.m. with a Total nos of Car parking spaces of 187 nos, in Ibasement.
The Building consists of Ground+1 base+M+1 floor, Hevel of basement fully allows it for car
parking spaces, and services requirements.
Ground floor mainly used as Main Entrance Lobby, Reception and retail spaces.
Mezzanine floor shall be completely used as retail space.
First floor fully used for offices spaces or retail use with its own services supports.
The Building externally finished by Aluminium insulated 30mm Quadro clad panels with
Structural glazed frameIess Curtain wall system,
The Site for the work is located at GHARAF A
2.0 Site Description & Location
The Site for the work is located at Gharafa, Street no 253, Plot no 21, State of Qatar.
The Contractor shall be deemed to have visited the Site and to have ascertained for himself
the accessibility and nature of the Site, Soil, local conditions, the full extent and character of
the operations and the supply oflabour and any other matters to complete the project as per
the project documents and to Engineers satisfaction and approval.
The Contractor shall not use the Site for any other purpose other than that of carrying out
this contract.
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SCOPE OF THE WORKS
The Works comprise of the construction, completion and maintenance of a Building
.GR+lB+M+1 Storey, External works and all associated Mechanical and Electrical works
including Excavation, Shoring, Dewatering, as per drawings, B.O.Q and specifications,
The Contractor shall provide shoring and dewatering system if required during excavation
without claiming any extra cost to the owner
The Contractor shall examine and compare the Contract Documents and all other information
provided for the Works and any discrepancies or ambiguities shall be referred to the Engineer for
clarification during the tender period by tender quarry and finalize and confirm all items are
included in the contract to complete the project in functional. Prior to sign the contract and no
variations shall be allowed to the contractor during the construction .
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SECTION A
FORM OF TENDER
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SHK. KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL TRANI
C/o. Diwan Al-Emara Architect, Engineers & Planners
P.O. Box 22235
Doha
State of Qatar.
Tender for: GR+ IB+M+ 1 SHOWROOM+OFFICE BUILDING
Sir,
Front-End
FORM OF TENDER
Having examined the Drawings, Conditions of Contract, Specification and Bills of Quantities, for
the execution of the above named Works, we the undersigned, offer to construct, complete and
maintain the whole of the said Works in conformity with the said Drawings, Conditions of
Contract, Specification, Bills' of Quantities and Schedule of Rates without any qualification
whatsoever, for the lump sum of Qatar Riyals
or such other sum as may be ascertained in accordance with the said Conditions.
We acknowledge that Appendices A to G to this Tender form part of our Tender and have been
duly completed.
We acknowledge receipt of the following circular letters and faxes issued by the Engineer:-
Reference Number of LetterlFax
and we confirm that we have taken account thereof in our Tender.
Cont'd .....
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FORM OF TENDER
We undertake if our Tender is accepted to commence, complete and deliver the whole of the Works
within 15 Months including mobilisation from the date of the Engineer's written order to
commence and to comply with the programme requirements of the Conditions of Contract and of
the Specification,
Tenderer's stamp and initials", ...................................................... Date: ...................................... .
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Name and Signature
In the capacity of:
(Block Capitals)
Duly authorised to sign tenders for and on behalf of:
Name of Contractor (Block Capitals) :
Address:
Telephone Number:
Fax Number:
Registration Number: Controller of Companies
Ministry of Finance
Economy and Trade
Registration Number: Ministry of Municipal Affairs
and Agriculture
Witness: Name and Signature
Front -End
FORM OF TENDER
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APPENDIX A
Amount of Tender Bond
Amount of Performance Bond
Minimum Amount of Third Party
Insurance
Time for Completion including
Mobilisation
Amount of Penalty for Delay
Period of Maintenance
Percentage of Retention
Limit of Retention
Minimum Amount of Monthly
Interim Certificate
Time in which payment is to be made
after receipt of the Engineer's Certificate.
Amount of Advance Payment
Repayment of Advance Payment
Contract
Clause
Not Applicable
Front -End
FORM OF TENDER
10 To be 10 % (Ten Percent) of the
Contract Price at the time of signing
the Contract Agreement and valid
until 90 days after the end of the
Maintenance Period.
23(2) QR. 1,000,000.00 (Qatar Riyals One
Million) anyone incident, number of
incidents unlimited. To be obtained
. from an approved Qatari Insurance
Company.
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49 (I)
60 (2)
60 (2)
60 (2)
60(4)
15 Months
QR.25,000.00 (Qatar Riyals Twenty
Five Thousand) per day or part of a
day for the whole of the works.
(Limited to a maximum of 10% of the
Contract Sum) and Qrs. 2000/- per day
for the consultant for delayed
completion.
400 Days
10% (Ten Percent)
Not Applicable
Not applicable
To be within 21 days of the Engineers
approval.
To be 10% (Ten Percent) of the
Contract Price against Bank Guarantee
Cheque.
Recovery to the percentage of the
Advance Payment to the Contract
price of the Gross value of Interim
Payment Certificates or at such a rate
that the total advance payment amount
is repaid by the Contractor within the
Time for Completion.
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FORM OF TENDER
APPENDIXB
CONSTRUCTIONAL PLANT AND EQUIPMENT
The Tenderer shall insert below the details of the main items of constructional plant and equipment
which he proposes to use for the Works. This list will be the minimum that the Tenderer, whose
tender is accepted, will be required to provide on site.
Description
Capacity and present Manufacturer and year
No. of Units
whereabouts of manufacture
The provision of this information shall not release the Tenderer whose tender is accepted from
providing such information as the Engineer may require in accordance with the Conditions of
Contract of the Constructional Plant and Equipment he proposes to supply or use, neither shall it in
any way relieve him of any of his obligations to carry out, construct, complete and maintain the
Works in accordance with the Contract.
Tenderer's stamp and initials ......................................................... Date : ...................................... .
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APPENDIXC
CONTRACTOR'S SUPERINTENDENCE
Agent or Representative
The Tenderer is to state the name and qualifications of the representative whom he proposes would
be responsible in accordance with Clause 15 of the General Conditions of Contract.
Professional qualifications, experience
and other relevant details
The Tenderer is to state the names and qualifications of the full time site engineers, foremen and
other staff he would propose to employ on the site which will be deemed to represent the minimum
required for the works.
Trade experience, qualifications and
other relevant details
Tenderer's stamp and initials ......................................................... Date : ...................................... .
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APPENDIXD
SUB-CONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIERS
The Tenderer shall list below the names and addresses of all sub-contractors and suppliers from
whom he proposes to obtain services and goods.
Engineering and electrical sub-contractors proposed shall be named from the approved Government
list for Class A Contractors.
A copy of each of all the proposed engineering and electrical sub-contractors licences shall be
submitted with the Tender.
The Tenderer shall be deemed to have satisfied himself as to the sufficiency of his Tender,
particularly in respect of services and goods to be provided by proposed sub-contractors and
suppliers. He shall ensure that all such works comply with the drawings, specifications and all
other tender and standard documents and that the Sllffi stated on the Form of Tender contains no
qualifications.
The successful Tenderer shall not be permitted to change any sub-contractor or supplier named in
this list without first obtaining the Engineers written authority. Acceptance of the tender as a whole
will not imply approval of any sub-contractor or supplier listed below. Full technical submissions
will be required to be presented to the Engineer for his written approval as required by the
Conditions of Contract and the Specifications.
Sub-contractor/Supplier Sub-contract Works/Goods to be supplied.
Tenderer's stamp and initials ......................................................... Date : ...................................... .
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APPENDIXE
SCHEDULE OF EQUIPMENT
The Tenderer shall list below, and on additional sheets as necessary, details of the equipment,
preferred manufacturers or proposed alternative manufacturers included in his Tender and he is in
particular referred to the Specification for Engineering and Electrical Installations.
Tenderer's stamp and initials ......................................................... Date : ...................................... .
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APPENDIXF
MEMORANDUM OF PROCEDURE
The Tenderer shall submit below or with his Tender a memorandum giving in outline his proposed
general scheme of procedure, programme and timetable for the execution of the Works. The
document shall foreshadow the detailed scheme of procedure and method to be furnished by the
successful Tenderer in accordance with Clause 14 of the Conditions of Contract and shall not be in
Lieu of the particulars thereby required.
Tenderer's stamp and initials ............ ~ ............................................ Date : ...................................... .
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FORM OF TENDER
APPENDIXG
QUALIFICATIONS
N.B:
Tenderer's attention is drawn to Clause 7 'Qualification of Tenders' of the section headed
'Instruction to Tenderers'.
We confirm that the sum given on the Form of Tender is without qualification in any way
whatsoever to the tender documents.
The following is a list of our qualifications (if any) to the Form of Tender with associated costs:-
Qualification Omission
Qrs.
Addition
Qrs.
Qualified Tender Amount: Qrs. ________ (Qatar Riyals __________ _
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INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS
SUBMISSION OF TENDERS
Tenderer shall submit original and 2 No. copies of Tender Documents and Tender will be
accepted only on the Form of Tender provided which shall be completed in full.
The Tender shall signed by a principal duly authorised to represent and bind the Tenderer.
The Amount of Tender and the rates and prices inserted in the Bills of Quantities shall be
fully inclusive, without limitation of all liabilities and obligations to be borne by the
Contractor in accordance with the Contract.
The Amount of Tender and all rates and prices shall be in Qatar Riyals.
A lump sum firm price shall be submitted by the Contractor.
The copies of Forms of Tender together with all Appendices shall be completed in full and
submitted with the following:-
(a)
(b)
Sub-clause 'a' Tender Bond-
All the additional infonnation required by the Appendices to the Fonn of Tender for
the purpose of adjudicating tenders.
(c) Fully priced out original and two copies of the Bills of Quantities.
The original and 2 No. copies of Tender Documents shall be submitted as follows:-
Technical Submission (Appendix 'c' to Fonn of Tender) shall be separated from the Tender
Document enclosed in an individual red wax sealed envelope and marked as Envelope 'A'
in Arabic and English.
All other documents, excluding Appendix 'c' to Fonn Tender, shall be enclosed in another
separate red wax sealed envelope and marked as Envelope 'B' in Arabic and English.
Envelopes 'A' and 'B' shall both be enclosed in a third red wax sealed envelope, the
cover of which· shall not bear any mark indicating the name of the sender. All 3 envelopes
shall be marked in Arabic and English as:
Tenderer's stamp and initials ....................................................... Date : ......................................... .
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INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS
Tender for: GR+1B+M+l SHOWROOM+OFFICE BUILDING
And which shall be addressed to:
SHK KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THANI
C/o. Diwan AI-Emara Architects, Engineers & Planners
P.O. Box 22235
Doha
State of Qatar
The Tender shall be delivered not later than the time and date stated in the letter of
invitation to tender.
The award of a contract following a favourable assessment of the tender shall not imply
approval of any sub-contractor, supplier or proposed manufacturer so named by the
Tenderer in his submission.
The tender should conform to the technical subject failing which the commercial aspect of
the Tender will be rejected.
After award of the Contract the Contractor will be required to submit full details for
approval by the Engineer for any part of the Works which he proposed to sub-let or for any
material which he proposed to incorporate in the Works.
The Tenderer shall enclose with his Tender an accompanying letter on his company
letterhead giving full particulars, as follows:
(a) The full name and address of the Tenderer (joint ventures of two or more companies
are NOT permitted to tender).
(b) The full name and address of the Tenderer's sponsor, agent or representative in
Qatar, if the Tenderer is not a local Qatari Company.
. If the tenderer should fail to furnish the required performance bond within the specified
period after acceptance by the Employer of the tender, Employer may recommend the
cancellation of the tender and confiscate the tender bond forthwith without further notice or
legal action. The Tenderer shall also be liable to the penalties provided for by Article (44) of
Law No. (8) of 1976 as amended by Law No. 10 of 1990 concerning the Organisation of
Tenders and Public Auction.
All matters not specifically provided for in these documents shall be subject to the
provisions of Law No. (8) of 1976 as amended by Law No. (10) of1990 concerning the
Organisation of Tenders and Public Auction.
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INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS
2 TENDER OPENING
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4.
The opening of the Tenders will be carried out by the Employer's Representative and
whomsoever he invites to join him.
TENDER DOCUMENTS
The documents provided for the purposes of tendering (hereinafter called the "Tender
Documents") are:-
(a) These Instructions.
(b) The Form of Tender, together with all Appendices.
(c) The particular Conditions of Contract, together with all Standard Forms.
(d) The Drawings listed in the Project Specification.
( e) The Specification.
(f) The Bills of Quantities
(g) The Circulars
STANDARD DOCUMENTS
In addition to the Tender Documents listed above Tenderers shall be deemed to have in their
possession copies of the following standard documents and where appropriate, to have
included in their tender price for complying with the provisions of the specifications,
regulations, terms and conditions, standard Government procedures, etc., contained therein:-
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
The General Conditions of Contract prepared by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs
and Agriculture.
The latest edition of Qatar Construction Specification prepared by the Ministry of
Municipal Affairs and Agriculture.
The Code of Practice and Specification for Trench works in the Highway prepared
by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Agriculture.
The Guide for Civil Users of Explosives ill Qatar prepared by the Ministry
Municipal Affairs and Agriculture.
The Survey Manual prepared by the Survey Section of the Ministry of Municipal
Affairs and Agriculture.
(f) The Qatar Traffic Manual prepared by the Ministry of Public Works.
(g) The Regulations for the Installation of Electrical Wiring, Equipment and Air
Conditioning of Residential and Commercial Buildings, fifth re-issue dated June
1986 prepared by the Ministry of Electricity and Water, P.O. Box 41, Doha.
Tenderer's stamp and initials ....................................................... Date : ......................................... .
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(I)
INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS
STANDARD DOCUMENTS (CONT'D)
Any current and relevant notice or circular issued by the Ministry of Industry and
Public Works (including the previous Ministry of Public Works and the previous
Ministry of Industry and Public Works) or the Ministry of Electricity and Water and
the Ministry of Finance, Economy and Trade "Income Tax Department" prior to the
date of the letter of invitation to tender.
Any local Municipality regulations.
State of Qatar Law Number (8) of 1976 and all subsequent amendments including
Law Number (10) of 1990, concerning the organisation of Tenders and Public
Auction, obtainable from Government House, Doha.
State of Qatar Law Number (6) of 1987 and all subsequent amendments concerning
Materials and Equipment from Qatar or other CCASG countries, obtainable from
Government House, Doha.
(m) Other documents listed in the Project Specification.
INTERPRETATION OF THE DOCUMENTS
No unauthorised alteration shall be made by the Tenderer to the Tender Documents.
Any mistake made in completing the Tender Documents and corrected before submission of
the Tender, shall be initialled by the principal authorised to sign the Tender.
If the Tenderer has any doubt as to the meaning of any part of the Tender Documents, or if
he discovers any ambignity or discrepancy in the Tender Documents, or if any words or
figures should be indistinct in the copy of the documents provided, then the Tenderer shall
report the same to the Engineer not later than seven (7) days before the date fixed for
submission of the Tenders.
The Engineer's reply will be given in the form of a circular letter or fax to all Tenderers and
any such circular shall be acknowledged by the Tenderers on the Form of Tender.
If immediately prior to submitting the Tender, any doubt remains with a Tenderer as to the
meaning of any part of the Tender Documents, then the Tenderer shall set out in a letter
accompanying his Tender the interpretation upon which he has relied.
The Tenderer shall check each page and drawing of the Tender Documents against the Index
and the Specification. No amendment to a submitted tender shall be allowed after the date
and time fixed for submission should the Tenderer later claim that any page or drawing was
missing or had been duplicated.
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CORRECTION TO AND CLARIFICATION OF TENDERS AFTER SUBMISSION
Tenderers shall not be permitted to make corrections or amendments to their Tender for any
reason whatsoever after the time and date fixed for the submission of the Tender.
The Employer shall' adjust arithmetical or other errors made by the Tenderer in compiling
his tender, as follows:-
(a)
(b)
Where the total of arithmetical errors is such that the Amount of Tender would have
been increased, then the individual rates and / or prices shall be proportionally
reduced such that the Contract Price of the awarded contract shall be the same as the
Amount of Tender. Such proportional correction shall not apply to any P·rime Cost or
Provisional Sums included in the Tender documents provided by the Employer.
Where the total of arithmetical errors is such that the Amount of Tender would have
been reduced, then the individual rates and / or prices shall each be corrected such
that the Contract Price of the awarded contract shall be for the corrected and reduced
amount
All adjustruents will be carried out in full accordance with and as detailed in Law Number 8,
Article 37, 1976.
Any adjustruent, correction, clarification or amendment made by the Engineer to a tender
shall be stated to the Tenderer prior to award of the contract
Where the Amount of Tender is computed by a Tenderer by making a lump sum adjustruent
to the summed total of the Priced Bill of Quantities, Scope of Works or to the summed total
of a section of the Priced Scope of Works, then the lump sum adjustruent so made will be
deemed to apply proportionally to the individual rates and prices throughout the Priced .
Scope of Works, or throughout that section of the Priced Scope of Works. Such
proportionally adjusted rates and prices shall be those rates and prices used later during the
currency of the contract to assess the value of variations to the contract and for the valuation
of measured work done for interim payments.
QUALIFICATION OF TENDERS
Each Tenderer must submit a valid tender without any qualification, alternative standard or
specification or any other alternative to the precise requirements of the Tender Documents
whatsoever.
In addition, each Tenderer may submit further separate tenders with qualifications should he
wish to do so. Every qualification shall be listed and individually priced. Any such
alternative tender shall be submitted on a copy of the Form of Tender and shall be marked
"Alternative
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INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS
Tender A", "Alternative Tender B", etc. No alternative tender shall be considered unless
the same Tenderer has also submitted a valid unqualified tender.
ACCEPTANCE OR REJECTION OF TENDERS
The Employer does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender and will not assign any
reason for the rejection of any tender.
The Employer will not be responsible for or pay any expenses or losses which may be
incurred by any Tenderer in the preparation of his tender.
RIGHT TO VARY THE WORKS
The Tenderer shall note that in accordance with Article 16 of Qatar Law Number 8 of 1976
the Employer has the right, during the Contract Period, to increase or decrease the Works in
compliance with the Conditions of Contract, by up to 20% of the Contract Sum.
PERFORMANCE BOND
Following the acceptance of his tender, and prior to signing the Form of Agreement, the
successful Contractor will be required to provide a performance bond in accordance with
Clause 10 of the Conditions of Contract. The style of this bond shall be set out as the
Specimen Form of Performance Bond annexed to the said conditions.
ADVANCE PAYMENT
The Contractor shall receive an Advance Payment Certificate for an amount 10% (Ten
Percent) of the contract value, when the Contractor submits an invoice for the said Advance
Payment and a Bank Guarantee for the Advance Payment.
Specimen Form of the Bank Guarantee for the Advance Payment is shown on Page C1l7.
MAXIMUM PENALTY LIMIT AND EXCESSIVE DELAY
The Contractor's attention is drawn to Clause 47 (1) (as amended) of the Conditions of
Contract which states that the maximum penalty for Delay shall not exceed 10% of the total
Contract sum or adjusted Contract Sum.
However the Contractor is hereby informed and accepts that should the delay persist after
the maximum penalty for delay has been reached then the Employer shall consider action in
terms of Clause 63 of the General Conditions of Contract and reserves the right to expel the
Contractor from the site without having to establish any other such form of default.
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15.
INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS
CONFIDENTIALITY OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
Tender Documents and all matters and details in connection therewith remam highly
confidential during and after tendering.
Drawings or information relating to the works may only be copied or conveyed by the
Tenderer to his proposed sub-contractors, suppliers or other persons concerned with the
works as may be essential for the submission of a proper Tender.
It is the Tenderer's responsibility to ensure that any information disclosed to any sub-
contractors, suppliers or authorized third parties is treated as highly confidential by them,
and that any copies or reproductions of documents or drawings given to them are returned to
the Tenderer.
Except as herein before provided, drawing or information relating to the works shall not be
copied or reproduced in any way or conveyed by the tenderer to any other third party
without first obtaining the prior written authorization of the Employer.
EXAMINING TENDER DOCUMENTS
Tenderers are advised to examine and thoroughly acquaint themselves with the contents of
the Tender Documents and to take all further steps necessary to ascertain for themselves,
entirely at there own expense, any additional information necessary for sUbmitting a Tender
and executing the Works. .
Tenderers are required to check against the relevant index/contents list to ensure and satisfy
themselves that they are in possession of each and every page, drawing and schedule, etc. of
the Tender Documents as no claim based on the lack or incompleteness of the Tender
Documents will be admitted after the date and time fixed for the submission of Tenders.
Tenderers are reminded that their Tender must lump sum firm fixed prices and will not be
liable to adjustment in the event of their failure to ascertain all information and to check and
satisfy themselves as aforesaid.
Submission of Tender shall be deemed to indicate the Tender has satisfy himself regarding
and undertake to accept and comply with all the obligations, liabilities, responsibilities and
risks imposed upon him by these Tender documents.
ALTERATIONS TO TENDER DOCUMENTS
The Tenderer shall make no erasure, alteration or addition to the Tender Documents (other
than filling in blanks where intended for that purpose), unless such alteration is made in
accordance with an addendum issued as hereinafter described.
Any mistake made when completing the Tender Documents but which is corrected before
submission of the Tender must be initialled by the authorized principal signing the Tender.
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INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS
ADDENDA
At any time prior to the date fixed for submission of the Tender, the Employer (or the
Engineer on his behalf) may issue addenda in writing to the Tenderers (by circular letter or
facsimile) instructing them to delete, vary or extend any item in or insert any additional
item(s) into the Tender documents. Any such Addenda shall be construed as forming part of
the Tender Documents and shall be incorporated into Contract Documents.
Acknowledgement of the circular notifying the Tenderer shall be made in the space
provided on his Form of Tender.
17. VISITING THE SITE
18.
Tenderers are advised to visit the site and inspect the site entirely at their own expense and
examine its physical conditions and the surroundings before submitting a Tender and to
satisfY themselves as to the nature of the existing roads or other means of communication,
the accessibility of the Site, the full extent and character of the Site and the nature of the
ground, the availability of supplies of water and electricity for temporary lighting and power
and of other services required in the execution of the Works and to ascertain all local
conditions and restrictions and any other matters whatsoever affecting the Works and due
allowance for the same is to be made in the pricing of the Bill of Quantities.
Submission of a Tender shall be deemed to indicate that the Tenderer has satisfied himself
fully regarding the foregoing and has made adequate provision in respect thereof in his
pricing for all special restrictions and requirements of work within the boundary.
Arrangements for visiting the Site shall be made through the Engineer.
The Contractor is deemed to have taken account of all things above, on and below the Site
in question. The Site is accepted as seen.
SUFFICIENCY OF RESOURCES
Tenderers are advised to ensure that they are thoroughly and completely familiar with the
full extent and character of the Works and are to satisfY themselves as to the supply of and
conditions affecting labour, plant, equipment, materials and goods, etc., for use in the
execution of the Works.
Submission of a Tender shall be deemed to indicate that the Tenderer is fully aware of and
has made due allowance in pricing the Bills of Quantities for the aforementioned factors and
either has satisfied himself that there are sufficient resources available or undertake to
provide sufficient resources in order to complete the Works within the time for Completion.
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19. MEMORANDUM OF PROCEDURE
Tenderers shall submit with their Tender a memorandum giving an outline of their general
scheme of procedure together with a programme and timetable for the execution of the
Works.
The memorandum shall be a preliminary, outline version of that detailed programme,
showing the proposed order of procedure and method of carrying out the Works, which the
Contractor will be obliged to furnish in accordance with Clause 14 of the Conditions of
Contract and shall not be in lieu thereof.
a) The Tenderer must provide a Bar Chart with his Tender.
b) The Tenderer must supply with his Tender a detailed Critical Path Programme for
the execution of the work.
In preparing the Memorandum of Procedure and in assessing the costs of the resources
required to complete the Works within the Time for Completion, Tenderers must make full
allowance for all and any difficulties, which may rise in the procurement of labour, plant,
equipment, materials and goods, etc. No difficulty that the Contractor may experience in
obtaining any of the foregoing will be regarded as special circumstances fairly entitling the
Contractor to an extension of time for the completion of the Works under Clause 44 of the
conditions of Contract, nor will be regarded as being grounds for either
additional payments over and above the Contract Price or variations to be issued under
Clause 51 of the Conditions of Contract.
20. ABILITY TO FULFILL CONTRACT
The information supplied in the Memorandum of Procedure and Appendices to the FOTIn of
Tender will be checked by the Employer if considered necessary and will be used in forming
an assessment of a Tenderer's ability to carry out the works fully in accordance with the
requirements of the Contract. The acceptance of his Tender following such assessment will
not relieve the Contractor of any of his obligations or liabilities under the terms of the
Contract, nor will it imply approval of any proposal included in his Tender.
After acceptance of his Tender, the Contractor shall submit or re-submit full details for the
approval of the Engineer of any portion of the Works which he proposes to sub-let and of all
materials and goods (with samples) which he proposes to incorporate into the Works,
regardless of whether or not some or all of such details were submitted prior to the
acceptance of his Tender
21. BILLS OF QUANTITIES
The items of work and their respective descriptions and quantities (hereinafter collectively
referred to as "the quantities') contained in the Bills of Quantities have generally been
measured/taken from the drawings and specifications and have been included to assist the
Tenderer in the preparation of his Tender.
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INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS
The accuracy of the Bills of Quantities is not guaranteed and Tenderers are strongly advised
to check the quantities for themselves and to allow in their submitted rates as they consider
necessary for any errors or omissions, The quantities shown in the Bills of Quantities must
not be altered, since the intention of Clause 55 of the Conditions of Contract is that no work
will be re-measured, adjustment due to variations being the only adjustment to the quantities
which will be admitted in the calculations of the final contract Price:
Each item of work in the Bills of quantities must be individually priced in the rate column,
extended and brought to the total for the appropriate page. Failure to comply with this
requirement may render the Tender null and void.
SERVICES LIAISING AND APPROVALS
Contractor has to obtain necessary approvals of the installations from the Government
Service Department!Statutory bodies (i.e.' KAH-RAMAA, Fire Department, Ministry of
Municipal Affair and Agriculture, QTEL, Civil Engineering Department etc,) to enable the
premises to receive the services connections and include all charges for the liaising and co-
ordination with the respective Service Department! Authorities.
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SPECIMEN FORM OF TENDER BOND
SHK. KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THANI
C/o, Diwan AI-Emara Architects, Engineers & Planners
P.O. Box 22235
Doha
State of Qatar
Dear Sirs,
Tender for: GR+ IB+M+ 1 SHOWROOM+OFFICE BUILDING
We have the honour to inform you that we guarantee Messrs _____________ _
of
for the amount of Qatar Riyals ( ............................... ) in order to allow them to submit a tender
for: GR+IB+M+1 SHOWROOM+OFFICE BUILDING This guarantee shall remain valid for a
period of one hundred and twenty (120) days starting on the date fixed for the opening of tenders by
the Client, that is from
to
or such earlier time as a Performance Bond shall have been du1y provided by a Tenderer whose tender
has been accepted and is subject to renewal by the Client without objection of Messrs
In the event of Messrs:
withdrawing their tender before the expiration of validity of the tender or failing to provide a
Performance Bond within 28 days of being requested to do so By Client, whichever date is earlier,
we definitely undertake to deposit with the Client, upon Client's demand and notwithstanding any
objection on the part of the said Messrs:
the aforesaid sum of QR ____________ ,(Qatar Riyals ______ ---::-:-
_____________________________ only).
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CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
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PART 1 - GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
The Conditions of Contract shall be the General Conditions of Contract prepared by the Ministry of
Public Works, P.O. Box 38, Doha, State of Qatar.
The General Conditions of Contract are amended and complemented by Part II - Conditions of
Particular Application as detailed hereafter.
PART II - CONDITIONS OF PARTICULAR APPLICATION
Clause
1 (1) - Definitions
Delete sub-clause 1 (1) (a) and substitute the following:-
(a) All reference to the Govermnent in these conditions shall mean Shk. KHALID BIN ALI
AHMED THANI AL THAN I (elsewhere referred to as the Employer) who has called for
Tenders to build, construct, erect or deliver the Works and who will employ the Contractor.
Delete Sub-Clause 1 (1) (c) and substitute the following:-
(c) "Engineer" means Diwan EI-Emara Architect, Planners & Engineers or an Engineer
appointed from time to time by Shk. KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THANI and
notified in writing to the Contractor to act as Engineer for the purpose of the Contract in
place of the Engineer as designated.
Delete Sub-clause 1 (d) of Clause 1 and substitute the following in lieu thereof:
(d) "Engineer's Representative" means any assistant of or to the Engineer appointed from time
to time by the Employer or the Engineer to perform the duties set forth in Clause 2 hereof
whose authority must be notified in writing to the Contractor by the Engineer.
Sub-Clause (n) and (0) shall be added to Clause 1 (1) as follows:-
(n) "Ministry of Public Works" means the previous Ministry within the Govermnent abolished
under Emiri Order No. 1 for 1992 and subsequently amalgamated with the Ministry of
Industry and Public Works.
(0) -"Ministry of Public Works" means the previous Ministry within the Govermnent replaced
under Emiri Order No.3 for 1989 by the Ministry of Industry and Public Works.
Clause 6(1) - Language
Delete Clause 6( 1)
All documents shall be rendered in English & Arabic Language.
Clause 6(2) - Documents Mutually Explanatorv
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Except if and to the extent otherwise provided by the Contract the provisions of these Conditions of
Contract shall prevail over those of any other document forming part of the Contract and the
provisions of the Details shown on the Drawings shall prevail over the Specifications and the
provisions of the Drawings and the Specifications shall prevail over the descriptions given in the
Bills of Quantities.
Subject to the foregoing the several documents forming the Contract are to be taken as mutually
explanatory of one another but in case of ambiguities or discrepancies which the Contractor did not
and had reason not to anticipate then the same shall be explained and adjusted by the Engineer who
shall thereupon issne to the Contractor instructions directing in· what manner the work is to be
carried out. Provided always that if in the opinion of the Engineer compliance with any such
instructions shall involve the Contractor in any expense which by reason of any such ambiguity or
discrepancy the Contractor did not and had reason not to anticipate the Engineer shall certifY and
the Employer shall pay such additional sum as may be reasonable to cover such expense.
Clause 7(2) - Custody of Drawings
Delete Clause 7(2) and substitute the following:
One copy of the Drawings furnished to the Contractor as aforesaid and one copy of all
supplementary documents as Clause 7(3) hereof shall be kept by the Contractor on the site and the
same shall at all reasonable times be available for inspection and use by the Engineer and the
Engineer's Representative and by any other person authorised by the Engineer in writing. .
Clause 7(3) - Drawings, etc., to be provided by the Contractor
Add the following new Clause 7(3):
The Contractor shall prepare and make all detailed shop drawings, working drawings, as-built
record drawings, 'as-built' survey drawings technical data, detail sketches or other supplementary
information which the Contractor shall be stipulated to prepare in accordance with the Specification
or other Contract Documents.
The Contractor shall furnish the Engineer free of cost with any such supplementary drawings or
information which the Contractor may have prepared in accordance with Clause 7(1) hereof. The
submission to and approval· by the Engineer or the Engineer's Representative of such
supplementary drawings or information shall not relieve the Contractor of any of his duties or
responsibilities under the Contract.
Clause 7(3) - Drawings, etc., to be provided by the Contractor (Cont'd)
Add the following new Clause 7(3):
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All 'as-built' record and 'as-built' survey drawings shall be supplied by the Contractor on polyester
film or other durable and easily reproducible medium approved by the Engineer, two (2) sets of as-
built negative drawings and three (3) copies of all contractor supplier information which is required
to be furnished to the Engineer for his approval.
Clause 10 - Performance Bond
Delete Clause 10 and substitute the following:
The Contractor shall within 28 days from the notification of acceptance of his tender and prior to
signing the Contract Agreement obtain the guarantee of a Bank to be jointly and severally bound
with·the Contractor to the Employer in the sum state in the Tender and the Appendix thereto for the.
due performance of the Contract under the terms of a Bond and the said Bank and the terms of the
said Bond shall be such as shall be approved by the Employer and the obtaining of such Guarantee
and the cost of the Bond to be so entered into shall be at the expense in all respects of the
Contractor unless the Contract otherwise provides.
The Performance Bond shall remain valid from the date of signature of the Contract until ninety
(90) days after the end of the Maintenance Period and shall be extendable on the demand of the
Employer without regard to any objection from the Contractor if the works are incomplete by the
prescribed completion date.
The said Bank shall be a bank with a registered office in Qatar.
A Bond provided by an insurance company shall not be acceptable to the Employer.
Failure to furnish the required Performance Bond within the specified time shall result in the
Employer exercising its right to cancel the tender and confiscate the tender bond in addition to the
penalties provided by Article 44 of Law No. (8) of 1976 as amended by Law No. (10) of 1990
concerning the organisation of Tenders and Public Auction.
. Clause 11 - Inspection of Site
Add the following sentences to Clause 11:
No claims will be considered on the grounds oflack of information thereof.
Clause 14 - Programme to be Furnished
Add the following new paragraph:
The Engineer may direct the Contractor to revise the programme to take due account of all factors
affecting the progress of the Works. The Contractor shall submit the revised programme within the
time specified by the Engineer and to his approval. Such approval will not relieve the Contractor of
any of his duties or responsibilities under the contract. When approved this progranune shall then
form part of the Contract Documents.
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Clause 15 - Contractors Superintendence
Add the following new paragraph:
In the event of the Contractor not providing an approved Agent or Representative, of the standard
submitted in the Form of Tender Appendix C, constantly on the Works a Penalty of QR. 7,000.00
shall be applied for each period that such an approved Agent or Representative is not provided.
Clause 25(3) - Insurer to be Approved
Add the following new Clause 25(3):
Whereas Clauses 21, 23 and 24 hereof require certain insurances to be effected with an insurer
approved by the Employer or where any other insurance is required to be effected under the terms
of the contract, the insurance shall be effected by the Contractor with one of the following Qatari
Insurance Companies:
(I) The Qatar Insurance Company
(ii) The Qatar General Insurance and Reinsurance Company
(iii) Al Khaleej Insurance Company
(iv) Any other approved Qatari insurance company.
Clause 26(3) - Register of Commerce
Add the following new Clause 26 (3):
Without the prejudice to the generality of sub-clauses (1) and (2) hereof and following award of the
Contract to him, the Contractor shall comply with the Register of Commerce Regulations or any
Regulation or Ordinance having the force of law in Qatar for the time being amending or re-
enacting the same under which all persons and companies engaged in business in Qatar are required
to be registered in the Register of Commerce. Persons or companies not entered in the register are
not permitted to carry on business.
Clause 33(3) - Cleaning the Works
Add the following new Clauses 33(3):
The Contractor is required to clear all materials, plant, and rubbish and building debris of any
nature within 15days after completion of the Works and to transport such rubbish and debris to a
location designated by the relevant Municipality.
In the event of the Contractor's non-compliance with this clause a penalty of Qrs. 1000/- per day
will be imposed. The Engineer is entitled to have such clearance carried out by others and to deduct
such costs from any monies due or which may become due to the Contractor.
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In addition to such penalty, the last Payment Certificate shall be withheld until the Contractor
submits a Certificate from the relevant Municipality or Authority stating that he has cleared the site.
Clause 34 (14) - Housing, Water etc.
Delete Clause 34 (14) and substitute the following:
(a) The Contractor is responsible for transportation of his workmen to and from the site.
(b) The Contractor is responsible for all arrangements for his workmen and everything
concerning the procurement and employment oflabour.
( c) The Contractor shall be required to provide and maintain at his own cost all camps and
housing to accommodate properly his personnel and labour for the period of the Contract
having due regard for the Statutes, Ordinances, Laws, Regulations and Bye-Laws in force in
the district and to the approval of the appropriate Government Authorities. Such camps and
housing shall not be permitted to be erected on the site.
Clause 41 - Commencement of Works
Delete Clause 41 and substitute the following:
The C o n t r a ~ t o r shall commence the works on site on the date stated in the formal Contract
Agreement and shall proceed with the same with due expedition and without delay except as may
be expressly sanctioned or ordered by the Engineer or be wholly beyond the Contractor's control.
Clause 43 - Time for Completion
Delete Clause 43 and substitute following:
Subject to any requirement in the specification as to completion of any portion of the works before
completion of the whole, the whole of the works shall be completed within the time stated in the
tender or such extended time as may be allowed under Clause 44 hereof.
Clause 44 - Extension of Time for Completion
Delete Clause 44 and substitute the following:
Should the amount of extra or additional work of any kind or other special circumstances of any
kind whatsoever which may occur (other than through a default of the Contractor) be such as fairly
to entitle the: Contractor to an extension of time for the completion of the work the Engineer shall
determine the amount of such extension. Provided that the Engineer is not bound to take into
account any extra or additional work; or other special circumstances unless the Contractor has
within 28 days after such work has been commenced or in such circumstances have arisen or as
soon thereafter as is practicable delivered to the Engineer's Representative full and detailed
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particulars of any claim to extension of time to which he may consider himself entitled in order that
such claim may be investigated at the time.
Clause 45 - No Night or Friday work
Clause 45 - "Not applicable"
Clause 47 - Liquidated Damages
Delete Clause 47 entirely and substitute the following:
Clause 47 (1) Penalty for Delay
If the Contractor shall fail to complete the whole of the Works or any section of the Works for
which a particular time for completion is provided in the Contract within the time prescribed by
Clause 43 hereof or extended time then the Contractor shall pay to the Employer the sum stated in
the Tender as a penalty for such default for every day or part of a day which shall elapse between
the time prescribed by Clause 43 hereof or extended time as the case may be and the date of
completion of the Works. The said penalty shall be payable by the sole fact of the delay without
any previous notice or recourse to legal proceedings and without having to establish that damage
was sustained which shall in all cases be considered as ascertained.
The Employer may without prejudice to any other method of recovery deduct the amount of such
penalty from any monies due or which may become due to the Contractor. The payment or
deduction of such penalty shall not relieve the Contractor from his obligation to complete the
Works or from any other of his obligations and liabilities under the Contract.
Clause 47(2) - Reduction of Penalty
If before the completion of the whole of the Works any part of the Works has been certified by the
Engineer as completed pursuant to Clause 48 hereof and occupied or used by the Employer the
penalty for delay shall for any period of delay after such certification be reduced in proportion
which the value of the part so certified bears to the value of the whole of the Works as from the date
of completion or occupation of such part.
Clause 47(3) - Consultants Fees for Delayed Completion
In addition to the penalty for delay as described in Clause 47(1) hereof the Contractor will be
Liable for the full costs of any additional fees payable by the Employer to the Consultant engaged
by
Employer for this Contract and are payable as a result of the Contractor failing to Complete the
Works
Within the time prescribed by Clause 43 hereof or any extended time granted under Clause 44
hereof.
The Employer may without pnjudice to any other method of recovery deduct the amount of such
Damages from any monies in its hands due or which may become due to the Contractor.
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The payment of such costs shall not relieve the Contractor from his obligations to complete the
Works or from any other of his obligations and liabilities under the Contract.
Clause 51 (5) - Daywork under Variation Orders
Delete Clause 51 (5) entirely
Clause 52 - Claims
The contractor shall send to the Engineer once in every month an account giving particulars
(as full and detailed as possible) of all claims for any additional expense to which the
Contractor may consider himself entitled which he has executed during the preceding month
and no claim form payment for any such work will be considered which has not been included
in such particulars, Provided always that the Engineer shall be entitled to authorise payment
to be made for any such work notwithstanding the Contractor's failure to comply with this
condition if the Contractor has at the earliest practicable opportunity notified the Engineer
that he intends to make a claim for such work.
Clause 55 - Quantities
Delete Clause 55 and substitute the following in lieu thereof:-
(1) Except as provided for under Clause 51 and 58 (1) hereof and subject to sub-clause (6) of this
Clause, the quantities set out in the Bill of Quantities against the descriptions for items of
work shall be deemed to be the actual and correct quantities of the work to be executed by the
Contractor in fulfilment of his obligations under the Contract. Any error or omission in such
quantities shall not in any way vitiate or invalidate the Contract nor be grounds for adjustment
of the Contract Price.
(2) Where an item of work has been included in the Bill of Quantities but neither the
Specification nor the Drawings indicate that such an item is required, it shall be deemed both
that due allowance for the full value of that item of work as described in the Bill of Quantities
was included in the Tender and that it is work which is required to be executed by the
Contractor in fulfilment of his obligations under the Contract.
(3) Where an item of work is indicated in the Specification and/or on the Drawings but has not
been included or referred to in any way in the Bill of Quantities, it shall nonetheless be
deemed both that the full value of that item of work was included in the Tender and that it is
work which is required to be executed by the Contractor in fulfilment of his obligations under
the Contract.
(4) Where an item of work included in the Bill of Quantities is described therein in more detail
and/or is specified to a higher standard/value than that which is indicated in the Specification
and/or on the Drawings, it shall be deemed both that the full value of that item of work as
described in the Bill of Quantities was included in the Tender and that it is work which is
required to be executed by the Contractor in fulfilment of his obligations under the Contract.
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(5) Where the Specification and/or Drawings indicate a higher standard/value for an item of work
than that which is indicated in the Bill of Quantities, the highest standard/value indicated for
that item of work shall be deemed both to have been included in the Tender and to be work
which is required to be executed by the Contractor in fulfilment of his obligations under the
Contract.
(6) In the event of any of the occurrences described under sub-clauses (2), (3), (4) and (5) of this
Clause arising, the same shall not vitiate or invalidate the Contract but shall be treated as an
ambiguity or discrepancy and shall be explained and adjusted by the Engineer as set out in
Clause 6 hereof and the Engineer may make any variation as set out in Clause 51 hereof that
may in his opinion be necessary in respect of such ambiguity or discrepancy.
Contractor not attend or neglect or omit to send such agent then the measurement made by
the Engineer or approved by him shall be taken to be the correct measurement of the work.
Clause 56(1) - Variations etc. to be measured
Delete Clause 56(1) and substitute the following:
The Engineer shall ascertain by admeasurement or other means for the purpose of Variations and
Interim Payments only, the value in accordance with the Contract of Work done or omitted as
provided for under Clause 51 and 58(1) hereof. He shall when he requires any part or parts of the
Works to be measured give notice to the Contractor's authorised agent or representative who shall
forthwith attend or send a qualified agent to assist the Engineer or the Engineer's Representative in
making such measurement and shall furnish all particulars required by either of them. Should the
Contractor not attend or neglect or omit to send such agent then the measurement made by the
Engineer or approved by him shall be taken to be the correct measurement of the work.
For the purpose of measuring such permanent work as is to be measured by records and drawings
the Engineer's Representative shall prepare records and drawings month by month of such work
and the Contractor as and when called upon to do so in writing shall within 14 days attend to
examine and agree any such records and drawings with the Engineer's Representative and shall sign
the same when so agreed and if the Contractor does not so attend to examine and agree any such
records and drawings they shall be taken to be correct.
If after examination of such records and drawings the Contractor does not agree the same or does
not sign the same as agreed they shall nevertheless be taken to be correct unless the Contractor shall
within 14 days of such examination lodge with the Engineer's Representative for decision by the
Engineer notice in writing of the respects in which such records and drawings are claimed by him to
be incorrect.
Clause 56(2) - Foundations
Delete Clause 56 (2) and substitute the following:
In the case of foundation works or where the Engineer considers it necessary the Contractor shall
before the surface of any portion of the ground is interfered with or the work is put in hand in
conjunction with the Engineer examine the Site and the plans and sections of the work and take
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such additional levels or other measurements as may be necessary and shall agree as to the surface
levels etc. with the Engineer. Such agreement shall be recorded in writing and shall be signed by
the Contractor and by the Engineer.
Clause 57 (1) - Method of Measurement
Delete Clause 57(1) and substitute the following:
The Bills of Quantities have been prepared generally in accordance with the Standard \method of
measurement of\building Works date 28 February 1973 (25th Muharram 1393) and issued by the
Ministry of Public Works, State of Qatar, as modified expressly by implication 6fthe preambles or
item descriptions.
Clause 60 (3)ea) - Payment of Retention Money
. Delete clause 60 (3) in its entirety and add the following paragraph:
The whole of the retention money will be released upon issue of the Certificate of Substantial
Completion, provided that the Contractor has provided an on Demand Bank Guarantee for the full
amount of retention.
The bank Guarantee will be released at the end of the maintenance period provided that any defects
identified have been made good to the satisfaction of the Engineer.
Clause 60(4) - Time for Payment
Delete Clause 60(4) and substitute the following:
Payment upon each of the Engineer's Interim Certificate shall be made by the Employer to the
Contractor within the time stated in the Tender after such certificate has been delivered to the
Employer.
Clause 60(8) - Final Account
Delete reference to "28 days" after certificate by the Engineer and Receipt of Tax &Customs
clearance
In application to the decree no. 11 0 of the year 1993 concerning income tax and the circulars
implementing it, if the contractor is not a national company the final payment shall not be released
unless the contractor submits a tax clearance certificate from the "income tax department" of the
ministry of finance, economy and trade with respect to the contract agreement.
Clause 65 - Special Risks
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Clause 65- Notwithstanding anything in the Contract contained:-
No Liability for War, etc, Risks
(1) The Contactor shall be under no liability whatsoever whether by way of indemnity or
otherwise for or in respect of destruction of or damage to the Works (save to work
condemned under the provisions of Clause 39 hereof prior to the occurrence of any
special risk hereinafter mentioned) or Temporary Works or to property whether of the
Government of third parties or for or in respect of injury or loss of life which is the
consequence whether direct or indirect of war hostilities (whether war be declared or
not) invasion act of foreign enemies rebellion revolution insurrection or military or
usurped power civil war or (otherwise than among the Contractor's own employees)
riot commotion or disorder (hereinafter comprehensively referred to as "the said
special risks") and the Government shall indemnify and save harmless the Contractor
against and from the same and against and from all claims demands proceedings
damages costs charges and expenses whatsoever arising thereout or in connection
therewith and shall compensate the Contractor for any loss of or damage to property of
the Contractor used or intended to be used for the purpose of the Works (including
property in transit to the Site) and occasioned either directly or indirectly by said
special risks. For the purpose of this clause the expression "Property of the Contractor"
shall include any plant brought on to the Site by the Contractor the property in which
under the terms of Clause 53 hereof is deemed to become the property of the
Government.
Damage to Works etc. by Special Risks
(2) If the Works or Temporary Works or any materials (whether for the former or the
latter) on or near or in transit to the Site shall sustain destruction or damage by reason
of any of the said special risks the Contractor shall nevertheless be entitled to payment
for any permanent work and for any materials so destroyed or damage and the
Contractor shall be entitled to be paid by the Government the cost of making good any
such destruction or damage whether to the Works or the Temporary Works and of
replacing or making good such materials so far as may be required by the Engineer or
as may be necessary for the completion of the Works on a prime costs basis plus such
profit as the Engineer may certify to be reasonable.
Projectile Missile etc
(3) Destruction damage or illJUry or loss of life caused by the explosion or impact
whenever and wherever occurring of any mine bomb shell grenade or other projectile
missile munitions or explosive of war shall be deemed to be a consequence of the said
special risks.
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Increased Costs arising from Special Risks
(4) The Government shall repay to the Contractor any increased cost of or incidental to
the execution of the Works (other than such as may be attributable to the cost of
reconstructing work condemned under the provisions of Clause 39 hereof prior to the
occurrence of any special risk) which is howsoever attributable to or consequent on or
the result of or in any way whatsoever connected with the said special risks (subject
however to the provisions in this clause hereinafter contained in regard to outbreak of
war) but the Contractor shall as soon as any such increase of cost shall come to his
knowledge forthwith notify the Engineer thereof in writing.
Outbreak of War
(5) If during the currency of the Contract there shall be an outbreak of war (whether war
is declared or not) in any part of the world which whether financially or otherwise
materially affects the execution of the Works the Contractor shall unless and until the
Contract is terminated under the provisions in this clause contained use his best
endeavors to complete the execution of the Works provided always that the
Government shall be entitled at any time after such outbreak of war to terminate this
Contract by giving notice in writing to the Contractor and upon such notice being
given this Contract shall (save as to the rights of the parties under this clause and to
the operation of Clause 67 hereof) terminate but without prejudice to the rights of
either party in respect of any antecedent breach thereof.
Removal of Plant on Termination
(6) If the Contract shall be terminated under the provisions of the last preceding sub-
Clause the Contractor shall with all reasonable dispatch remove from the Site all
Constructional Plant and shall give similar event of any failure so to do the
Government shall have the like powers as are contained in Clause 53 (8) hereof in
regard to failure to remove Construction Plant on completion of the Works but subject
to the'same condition as is contained in Clause 53 (9) hereof.
Payment if Contract Terminated
(7) If the Contract shall be terminated as aforesaid the Contractor shall be paid by the
Government (in so far as such amount or items shall not have already been covered by
payments on account made to the Contractor) for all work executed prior to the date
of termination at the rates and prices provided in the Contract and in addition:-
(a) The amounts payable in respect of any preliminary items so far as the work or
service comprised. therein has been carried out or performed and a proper
proportion as certified by the Engineer of any such items the work or service
comprised in which has been partially carried, out or performed.
(b) The cost of materials or goods reasonably ordered for the Works or Temporary
Works which shaH have been delivered to the Contractor or of which the
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Contractor is legally liable to accept delivery (such materials or goods becoming
the property of the Government upon such payment being made by him),
( C) A sum to be certified by the Engineer being the amount of any expenditure
reasonably incurred by the Contractor in the expectation of completing the whole
of the Works in so far as such expenditure shall not have been covered by the
payments in this sub-clause before mentioned,
(d) Any additional sum payable under the provisions of sub-clause (I) (2) and (4) of
this clause,
(e) The reasonable cost of removal under sub-clause (6) of this clause and (if required
by the Contractor) return thereof to the Contractor's main plant yard or to any
other destination at no greater cost
(f) The reasonable cost of repatriation of all the Contractor's staff and workmen
employed on or in connection with the Works at the time of such termination.
Provided always that against any payments due from the Government under this
sub-clause the Government shall be entitled to be credited with any outstanding
balances due from the Contractor for advance in respect of plant and materials
and any sum previously paid by the Government to the Contractor in respect of
the execution of the Works.
Clause 66 - Termination of the Contract by the Employer
Re-number Clause 66 "Payment in Event of Frustration" as Clause 66(1)
Add the following new Clause 66(2):
The Employer shall be entitled at any time during the currency of the Contract to terminate this
Contract by giving notice in writing to the Contractor and upon such notice being given this
Contract shall (save as to the rights of the parties under this Clause and to the operation of Clause
67 hereof), terminate but without prejudice to the rights of either party in respect of any antecedent
breach thereof.
If the Contract shall be terminated as aforesaid the sum payable by the Employer to the Contractor
in respect of work executed shall be the same as that which would have been payable under Clause
65 hereof if the Contract had been terminated under the provisions of Clause 65 hereof.
Clause 67 - Settlement of Disputes - Litigation
Delete Clause 67 and substitute as per the Article No, 47 of Arabic Condition:
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(1) If any dispute or difference shall arise between the Employer or the Engineer and the
Contractor in connection with or arising out of the Contract or the execution of the Works
(during the progress of the Works and before the termination or abandonment of the Contract)
it shall in the first place be referred to and settled by the Engineer who shall within a period of
sixty days after being reqnested by either party to do so give written notice of his decision to
the Employer and the Contractor. Save as hereinafter provided such decision in respect of
every matter so referred shall be final and binding upon the Employer and the Contractor until
the completion of the Iworks and shall forthwith be given effect to by the Contractor who
shall proceed with the Works with all due diligence whether or not he or the Employer
requires to refer such dispute or difference to the arbitration as hereinafter provided and shall
be settled according to Qatari Law,
(2) If the Engineer fails to give a written notice of his decision in accordance with Sub-Clause (1)
of this Clause within sixty days or if either the Employer or the Contractor has reason to
dispute the Engineer's decision the Employer of the Contractor may refer the dispute to the
arbitration providing that fifteen days written notice has been given to the Engineer of the
intention to do so.
(3) The Contractor may only refer the matter in dispute to the arbitration up to a date not later
than six months from the date of issue to the Maintenance Certificate termination,
abandonment or breach of the Contract, whichever is the earlier.
(4) Any such reference as aforesaid shall not in any way vitiate not invalidate the Contract neither
shall it be grounds for the Contractor to cease work nor for the employer to terminate the
employment of the Contractor under the Contract and the Contractor shall proceed with the
Works with all due diligence.
(5) All such reference as aforesaid shall be governed by the Law of Qatar.
Clause 68(3) - Service of Notices on the Engineer
Delete Clause 68(3) and substitute the following:
Any notice to be given to the Engineer under the terms of the Contract shall be served by sending
the same by post to or leaving the same at the Engineer's office in Doha.
Clause 68(4) - Service of Notice on Engineer's Representative
Add the following new Clause 68(4):
Any notice to be given to the Engineer's Representative under the terms of the Contract shall be
served by sending the same by post to or leaving the same at the Engineer's Representative's office
in Doha.
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Clause 69 - Default of Employer
Delete Clause 69 and substitute the following:
(I) In the event of the Employer:
(a) Failing to pay the Contractor the amount due under any certificate of the Engineer
within the time stated in the Contract; or
(b) Interfering with or obstructing the issue of any such certificate
The Contractor shall be entitled without prejudice to any other rights or remedies to refer such
matter to the arbitration as per Article No. 47 of Arabic Conditions by giying notice in writing
to the Employer of his intention to take such action.
(2) Such notice shall be given not later than 28 days after the occurrence of either even referred to
in Sub-Clause (I) hereof or as soon thereafter as is practicable.
(3) The Contractor must refer the matter to the either during the execution of the Works or not
later than twelve months after the date of the Maintenance Certificate.23
(4) If the Contractor Suspends work or reduces the rate of work, and the Employer subsequently
pays the amount due in respect of such delayed payment, unless notice of termination has
already been given, and the Contractor shall resume nonnal working as soon as is reasonably
possible
(4) All matters so referred shall be governed by the Qatari law and will take place in the State of
Qatar.
Clause 70 - Adjustment of Contract Price in respect of Labour
Delete Clause 70 entirely.
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FORM OF AGREMENT
Reference No: DIW-103
This Agreement made the: ____ _
BETWEEN:
SHK. KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THANI (hereinafter called "The Employer") of
the one part and Messrs.:
(hereinafter called "The Contractor") of the other part.
WHEREAS the Employer is desirous that certain Works should be executed viz: completion of
design, construction commissioning and maintenance of
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AND WHEREAS the Employer and the Contractor have agreed that the total Lump Sum
Contract Price for the Works shall be QR. --------------------- (Qatari Riyals ----------------------
------) or such other sum as may be ascertained in accordance with the Conditions of
Contract.
The Provisional Sum for MEP shall exclude the mark-up for profit, overheads and
attendance by the Main Contractor in accordance with this Form of Agreement as these
mark-ups are included in the main ,?ontractor lump sum price.
IT IS NOW AGREED in the terms that follow that the Contractor shall execute and
complete the works for the said total Contract Price and that the Works shall commence
upon commencement of pile cutting and shall complete within 19 months thereafter or
other such date as may be ascertained in accordance with the Conditions of Contract. In
this Agreement words and expressions shall have the same meaning as are respectively
assigned to them in the Conditions of Contract hereinafter referred to.
1) The Contract shall comprise this Agreement and attached appendix together with
the following documents:
a) Form Of tender
b) Instruction to Tenderers
c) Conditions Of Contract
d) Form Of Agreement
e) Appendix to Form Of Agreement
f) The Specifications
g) The drawings As listed In the Specification
h) The Priced Bill Of Quantities
i) The following Letters/faxes :-
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Communication Type / Reference
All these documents constitute an integral part of the contract, and are deemed to be
complementary to each other.
1) In the case of any ambiguity or discrepancy between this Agreement and these
documents then the provisions, words and figures of this Agreement shall prevail over
those in any of the Documents.
2) In the case of an internal ambiguity between the documents they shall be construed in
the order given above.
3) In consideration of the payments to be made by the Employer to the Contractor as
hereinafter mentioned, the Contractor hereby covenants with the Employer to
execute, complete and maintain the Works in conformity in all respects with the
provisions of the Contract.
4) In consideration of the execution, completion and maintenance of the Works the
Employer hereby covenants to pay the Contractor the Contract Price at the times and
in the manner prescribed.
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SIGNED by: _________ _
Printed Name
Signature
duly authorized to sign.this Agreement for
and on behalf of the Employer
WITNESSED by: ________ _
Printed Name
Signature
CONTRACTOR
SIGNED by: _______ _
Printed Name
Signature
duly authorized to sign this Agreement for
and on behalf of the Contractor
WITNESSED by ~ __________ _
Printed Name
Signature
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APPENDIX TO FORM OF AGREEMENT
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SPECIMEN FORM OF PERFORMANCE BOND
Contract for:
BY THIS BONDWe ____________________________________________ __
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(hereinafter called "The Contractor") and __________________ __
of ___________________________________________________ _
(hereinafter called "The Surety") are irrevocably and unconditionally bound unto SHK. KHALID
BIN ALI AHMED THAN I AL THANI (hereinafter called "The Employer") in the sum of Qatar
Riyals
(QR.,-,-' ________ )
for the payment of which sum the Contractor and the Surety bind themselves, their successors and
assigns jointly and severally by these presents.
WHEREAS the Contractor by an Agreement made between the Employer of the one part and the
Contractor of the other part has entered into a Contract (hereinafter called "the said Contract") for
the construction, completion and maintenance of certain Works as therein mentioned in conformity
with the provisions of the said Contract.
NOW THE CONDITION of the above written Bond is such that the foregoing amount is payable
by the Surety to the Employer upon the first written demand of the Employer stating that the
Contractor has failed to fulfil the terms of the said Contract.
This Guarantee is valid up to and including --:-::-:-:--=-:-::-::-::----:--====--=20 ____ (VALIDITY
PERIOD SHALL EXTEND TO NINETY (90) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
MAINTENANCE CERTIFICATE).
Signed for and on behalf of the said Surety ___________________ _
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SPECIMEN FORM OF ADVANCE PAYMENT BOND
Tender for:
BY THIS BOND We
of
(hereinafter called "The Contractor") and
of
(hereinafter called "The Surety") are irrevocably and unconditionally bound unto SHK. KHALID
BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THANI, (hereinafter called "The Employer") in the sum of Qatar
Riyals
________________________________ ~ ______ (,QR. ________ ~ )
for the payment of which sum the Contractor and the Surety bind themselves, their successors and
assigns jointly and severally by these presents, in consideration of the Advance Payment payable by
The Employer to The Contractor.
WHEREAS the Contractor by an Agreement made between the Employer of the one part and the
Contractor of the other part has entered into an Agreement (hereinafter called 'The said Contract')
for the construction, completion and maintenance of certain works as therein mentioned in
conformity with the provisions of the said Contract.
NOW THE CONDITION of the above written Bond is such that the foregoing amount is payable
by the Surety to the Employer or its representative without regard to any objections from the
Contractor or any other party upon the first written demand of the Employer.
The value of this Bond shall be progressively reduced by the amount deducted by the Employer
from the Contractor as contained in the certificates and payments against the said Advance
Payment.
This Bond shall remain valid until The Employer receives full repayment of the advance payment
amount from The Contractor.
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SPECIMEN FORM OF FINAL ACCOUNT
The Final Account shall be prepared by the Contractor in detail as provided for by clause 60 (8) of
the Conditions of Contract and shall be summarised in the following form on the Contractor's own
letterhead and signed by the Contractor: .
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PREVIOUSLY PAID QR
FINAL AMOUNT DUE QR
We confirm that the Final Amount Due of Qrs. _ ~ ______ ----,is the full and final
settlement due to us against this contract.
We further confirm that on payment of the Final Amount Due by the Employer, the Employer shall
have honoured all of its obligations on this contract and that we,
shall have no further claim against the Employer
arising out of this Contract.
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GENERAL SPECIFICATION
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SPECIFICATION
PART 1- GENERAL SPECIFICATION
GOVERNMENT PUBLISHED SPECIFICATIONS, REGULATIONS,
NOTICES AND CIRCULARS
A The Works shall be executed in accordance with the following Government specifications,
regulations, notices and circulars:
(a) The Qatar Construction Specification ("QCS") published by the Ministry of
Municipal Affairs and Agriculture, 1999.
(b) The Code of Practice and Specifications for Trench works in the Highway prepared
by the Ministry of Public Works.
(c) The Guide for Civil Users of Explosives in Qatar prepared by the Ministry of Public
Works.
(d) The Survey Manual prepared by the Survey Section of the Ministry of Public Works.
(e)
(f)
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(I)
The Qatar Traffic Manual prepared by the Ministry of Public Works.
The Regulations for the Installation of Electrical Wiring, Equijlment and Air
Conditioning of Residential and Commercial Buildings, fifth re-issue dated June
1986 prepared by the Ministry of Electricity and Water, P.O. Box 41, Doha, Qatar.
Any current and relevant regulation, notice or circular issued by the Ministry of
Municipal Affairs and Agriculture (including the previous Ministry of Public Works
and the previous Ministry of Industry & Public Works), the Ministry of Electricity
and Water or the appropriate local Municipality prior to the date of the letter of
invitation to Tender.
Any local Municipality regulations.
State of Qatar Law No. (8) of the year 1976 and all subsequent amendments
including Law No. (10) of the year 1990 concerning the Organisation of Tenders and
Public Auctions, obtainable from Government House, Doha.
State of Qatar Law No. (6) of the year 1987 and all subsequent amendments
concerning Materials. and Equipment from Qatar or other CCASG countries
obtainable from Government House, Doha.
State of Qatar Law No. (30) of the year 2002 and all subsequent amendments
concerning Protection of the Environment, obtainable from Government House,
Doha.
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PART I - GENERAL SPECIFICATION (Continued)
GOVERNMENT PUBLISHED SPECIFICATIONS, REGULATIONS, NOTICES AND
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The Contractor shall be deemed to have his own copy of the Government specifications,
regulations, notices and circulars given at (a) to (g) above,
These Government specifications, regulations, notices and circulars are amended and
complemented by "Part 2 - Project Specification" as detailed hereafter.
In the case of any ambiguity or discrepancy the provisions of the Project Specification shall
prevail over the provisions of the Government published specifications,
The Contractor shall consult the Survey Section of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs &
Agriculture prior to any earth or other works to determine if the work is likely to disturb
survey marks. If Survey Section require a survey mark to be moved the Contractor will be
responsible for recreating the survey mark to any approved design and specification, and for
re-surveying the point using survey companies approved by the Survey Section.
The Contractor shall be responsible for the protection of the Survey marks, within the
boundaries of the site, for the duration ofthe contract period, and shall be liable for all costs
of any remedial work required by the Survey Section.
On the practical completion of the Works the Survey Section will issue a certificate stating
that all survey marks, whether disturbed or otherwise, by the Contractor have been
reinstated or protected to the satisfaction of the Survey Section,
In the event of failure to comply with the requirements of this Clause the Government,
without prejudice to any other method of recovery, may deduct the costs of any remedial
work after the practical completion date; carried out by Survey Section from any monies in
its hands due or which become due to the Contractor.
PART 2 - PROJECT SPECIFICATION
SECTION I - FOREWORD
1.01 Oatar Construction Specification
All work to be executed under this contract shall be carried out in accordance with the Qatar
Construction Specification latest edition amplified or amended by the following Project
Specification.
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PART 2 - PROJECT SPECIFICATION (Cont'd)
SECTION 1 - FOREWORD
1.02 Proprietary Named Items
Proprietary named items included within this Project Specification are a guide to the quality
of such items. The Contractor shall be permitted to offer other proprietary materials which
are similar and approved. However, the Contractor shall be deemed to have priced for the
items as named and not for any alternative that may be submitted later.
1.03 Method Statements (requested)
Whenever mentioned in the Scope of Works, the Contractor shall provide a method
statement for any new or repair work to the approval of the Engineer. All costs associated
with the preparation, submission and approval of these method statements shall be included
in the tender price.
1.04 Scope of Works.
Refer to Description of Work.
1.05 Bills of Ouantities
The Contractor shall price each individual item in Part F Bills of Quantities. Rates shall be
deemed to include plant, labour, materials, allowance for wastage, transportation and
overheads and profit. The Tenderer shall submit within 14 days of the Date for the Return of
Tenders, a full breakdown of all his Rates into these categories. Rates shall also be used in
the evaluation of any variation(s) on site as appropriate.
SECTION 2 - GENERAL
Brief Description of Works :
The works are located at Gharafa, Qatar.
2.03 Site Visit
The Contractor is to visit the site before completing his Tender in order to acquaint himself
fully with the project, prevailing conditions, site access and availability of services. The
Contractor attention is drawn to the fact that mains water and electricity are not available at
the site. No claim for extensions of time or additional costs shall be entertained due to the
Contractor's lack of compliance with this clause.
The Contractor must pre-arrange his visit in conjunction with Diwan Al Emara Architect,
Engineers & Planners (Contact: Mr. Tariq Al Jeda, Tel. 4833195). No claim for extension of
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the tender period shall be entertained due to the Contractor's failure to observe this
procedure.
SECTION 2 - GENERAL (Continued)
2.04 Provision of items for use by the Engineer's Representative
The Contractor is to allow for the provision of Engineer's Site Facilities or other like
requirements for the purposes of this Contract, as noted hereunder.
2.06 'As-Built' Record and 'As-Built' Survey Drawings
The Contractor shall prepare 'as-built' record and 'as-built' survey drawings of the Works
detailing all works installed under the contract including services and all finished level
surfaces. The drawings shall be accompanied by maintenance manuals, service literature
and lists of spare parts where applicable.
The 'as-built' survey shall consist of a plan drawn on reproducible polyester film also on
computer disc with all relevant data in a fonnat approved by Survey Division. The 'as-built'
survey drawings and computer disc shall be supplied by the Contractor to the Engineer free
of charge.
'As-built' record drawings, operation and maintenance manuals and any other literature
required for the efficient operation of the completed works shall be supplied by the
Contractor to the Engineer free of charge. The drawings shall be on polyester film or other
durable and easily reproducible medium, approved by the Engineer.
The Contract shall not be considered as complete until the Contractor submits to the
Engineer the 'as-built' record and the 'as-built' survey drawings and documentation, and
obtains the Engineer's approval.
Four copies of 'as-built' drawings and documentation shall be submitted to the Engineer
before the expiry of the Contract Period as named in the Contract and shall include one copy
of each drawing and document specifically marked for archival storage. The Certificate of
Maintenance (FCC - Final Completion Certificate) will not be signed by the Engineer until
all 'as-built' survey and 'as-built' record drawings accompanying documents and service
literature are approved and a certificate has been issued by the Engineer to this effect.
2.07 Samples and Sample Panels rocs 9.1.6)
Further to the requirement of Section 1, Part 9, Item 9.1.6 of QCS the Contractor shall
submit samples, sample panels and manufacturer's literature in respect of all materials,
products and equipment required for the Works, - before ordering or use, - for the approval
of the Engineer all as detailed in the Project Specifications and Scope of Works.
The provision of all samples and sample panels shall be at the Contractor's own expense.
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SECTION 2 - GENERAL CContinued)
2.08 Temporary Roads COCS 3.2.1)
The Contractor shall be required to maintain and provide satisfactory temporary access and
traffic flow to and from and within the areas of the Works. Temporary traffic signs and
lighting for temporary roads and diversions are to be strict accordance with the requirements
of the Qatar Traffic manual and any additional requirements instructed by the Traffic Police
or the Engineer. Details of proposals for any such temporary measures are to be submitted
by the Contractor for approval by the Traffic Police and the Engineer unless otherwise
instructed. Such approval shall not relieve the Contractor of any of his duties or
responsibilities under the Contract.
The Contractor shall maintain at all times pedestrian access to all properties fronting the
roads affected by the Works.
2.09 Maintenance of Roads. COCS 4.3.1 & 5.2.3)
In addition to the requirements of Section 1, Part 4, Item 4.3.1 of QCS, the Contractor will
be held responsible for any damage caused by him, his work people, Sub-Contractors or
Suppliers to public or private roads, paved areas paths verges, trees, shrubs, fences,
boundary walls, gates, signs, dralns, ducts and services during the execution of the Contract
and shall bear the cost of making good any pamage to the entire satisfaction of the local and
other authorities and owners. The Contractor shall keep all private roads and paths clean and
free from dirt and debris and any obstruction associated with the Works which would
prejudice the safe and unimpeded normal use of the said roads and paths.
2.10 Contractor's Temporary Buildings. COCS 12.2)
2.11
Additional requirements are as follows:
The Government of Qatar shall arrange for right of access only within the road reservation.
Should the Contractor require to use adjacent areas ofland for camps, plant Site etc. he shall
arrange for the right to use the said land himself.
The Clause in no way invalidates the obligations under Clause 33 of the General Conditions
of Contract
Engineer's Site Facilities - Type 2 COCS 11.2.3)
The Contractor will be required to provide Engineer's Site Facilities for the duration of the
construction period; to the Engineer's requirements and approval.
2.12 Telephones COCS 1-11.3.4 & 11.4.7)
The Contractor will be required to provide 1 No. temporary site telephone (One of them
with GSM access) and facsimile machine for the duration of the construction period.
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2.11 Engineers Site Facilities
The Contractor will be required to provide Engineers Site Facilities for the duration of the
Construction Period to the Engineers requirements and Approval.
2.12 Telephones (OCS 1-11.3.4 & 11.4.7
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2.13 Computers, Printers and Photocopiers (OCS 1-11.3.4 & 11.4.7
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The Contractor will be required to provide measuring and recording equipment all to the
Engineer's requirements and approval.
2.15 Supply of stationarY (OCS 11.4.5)
The Contractor will be required to provide all necessary stationery all to the Engineer's
requirements and approval.
2.16 Temporarv Site Hoarding, Fans. Screens etc., (OCS 4.5.1)
The Contractor will be required to provide site hoardings, etc. in accordance with the
Engineer's instruction and to the approval of the Engineer.
2.17 Name Boards and Advertising (OCS 12.3.1)
The name of the Client shall be SHK. KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THANI
The project title shall be GR+IB+M+1 Showroom+ Office Building, The board design,
layout, colours, dimension etc.. Shall be in accordance with the engineers and to the
approval of the engineer
2.18 Notices to Service Ministries and Departments (OCS)
Further to the requirements of QCS, the Contractor must ensure that special attention is paid
to protection and diversion where necessary of all existing services in the area. The
Contractor will be responsible for notifying the various authorities of any damage caused
whilst excavating in areas containing services and will be responsible for any and all costs
incurred if such damage should occur.
2.19 Contractor's Progress Report (OCS 7.8.3)
The Contractor will be required to provide monthly progress photographs. unless otherwise
directed by the Engineer.
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Contractor's Progress Report (QCS 7.8.3) (Cont'd)
The Contractor should allow for providing 2 copies of up to 15 photographs per month and
such other items as the Engineer shall direct, from positions to be selected by the Engineer.
Photos to be coloured, un-mounted, platinum bromide prints, each photo inscribed with
serial number, date when taken, location and brief description.
2.20 Cleaning the Works (OCS 1-20)
Further to the requirements of Section 1, Part 1, Clause 1.20 and Conditions of Contract
Clause 33(3), the Contractor shall clear the site and any buildings thereon of all materials,
plant, rubbish and building debris of any nature to a tip designated by the relevant
Municipality for the area and shall ensure the area surrounding the Works is clean and to the
natural level of the surrounding land.
If the Contractor fails to comply with the foregoing requirement within 30 days of Practical
Completion of the Works the Engineer may, in addition to the terms of the Conditions of
Contract Clause 33 (3) :-
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(ii)
clear the site using another Contractor and deduct the costs so incurred from any
monies due to the Contractor, and
delay final payment to the Contractor until such time as the site has been clear to the
satisfaction of the Engineer and relevant Municipality.
2.21 Attendance (OCS 11.5)
The Contractor shall provide a full time cleaner / tea person to be on site at all times during
the Engineer's working hours.
2.22 Transport to Site
The Contractor shall provide at his own cost, suitable transport for his labour, plant and
materials to the site.
Such transport shall only remain at the site long enough to unload or load the labour, plant
and materials.
2.23 Restriction to the Use of the Site
All access ways shall be cleaned regularly and washed down with water and any damage .
caused to the existing roadways shall be repaired immediately to match the surrounding
finishes entirely at the Contractor's own cost.
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Any damage caused to existing structures, existing building fabric / components / finishes
of whatsoever nature, existing services and existing hard and soft landscaping as a result of
carrying out the works shall be repaired immediately to match existing to the entire
satisfaction of the Engineer and entirely at the Contractor's own cost.
The Contractor shall allow for any other contractor's access, Services Authorities access,
security checks authorised by the Employer. All costs in connection with such access shall
be deemed to be included in the tender price.
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All workmen entering the site shall wear identical approved uniform overalls and headgear,
and any person arriving improperly dressed shall not be permitted to enter the site.
All workmen employed on the site shall at all times wear an identity badge, which must be
clearly visible at all times.
No later than 10 days prior to commencement on site, the Contractor shall submit to the
Engineer or his representative the names of all workmen to be employed on the site,
together with the company name (in the case of subcontractors), and three recent coloured
passport sized photographs of each operative.
Where workmen are to leave the site upon completion of their work, the Contractor shall
ensure th"t the identity tag is returned to the Engineer or his representative.
2.25 Security Requirements
The Contractor shall allow for complying with any current security regulations and
requirements which may be applicable to the site. The Contractor will be deemed to have
acquainted himself thoroughly with all security regulations that may be in force at the time
of submission of tender and to have allowed in his tender for their effect upon his operations
with regard to the supply of labour and materials, access to site and project execution
generally. No claim will be entertained for the Contractor's lack of knowledge of security
regulations. The Contractor shall ensure that his workforce and staff on site adhere strictly
to cultural restrictions.
The Contractor shall ensure that his workforce, staff and visitors on site adhere strictly to
cultural restrictions.
The Contractor shall ensure that his Workmen remain in the work area assigned to them at
any given time. Any breach of this requirement shall render the worker(s) liable for instant
and permanent removal from all areas of the site.
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MEASUREMENTS AND RATES CLAUSES
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The Bills of Quantities have been prepared generally in accordance with the principles of
the Standard Method of Meas)lfement of Building Works published by the Government of
the State of Qatar (referred to hereinafter as the "Qatar SMM") current at the date of the
Letter of Invitation to Tender. However, Tenderers are advised that it may not have been
possible in all cases to adhere to this method of measurement and any different rules which
may have been adopted for specific items of work within the work sections of this Bills of
Quantities shall prevail as the method of measurement for those items for all the purposes of
this Contract. The Contractor shall be deemed to have satisfied himself that he understood
exactly what he should have allowed for in pricing his Tender; no claim from the Contractor
arising out of a misinterpretation of any item or items will be admissible once his Tender
has been submitted.
The descriptions included in the Bills of Quantities are not necessarily complete and the
Contractor shall be deemed to have taken account of all the other infonnation necessary to
establish the correct total rates and prices for his Tender including but not limited to all
infonnation shown on the Drawings and given in the Specification and contained within the
Measurement and Rates Clauses.
The Contractor shall price every item in the pricing sections of the Bills of Quantities. Any
item left unpriced shall be deemed to have been allowed for in the prices of other items. No
claim for payment in respect of unpriced items will be admitted.
The rates and prices in the pricing sections of the Bills of Quantities shall be deemed to
include for all costs in respect of local religious holidays and customs and the provision of
all amenities customary in the State of Qatar.
These preambles are to be read in conjunction with the item descriptions given in the pricing
sections of these Bills of Quantities and shall apply wherever relevant.
DEFINITIONS
The terms "plug", "plugged" and "plugging" shall be deemed to mean plugging concrete or
blockwork by an adequate permanent method of fixing suitable for the situation, material
and article to be fixed.
In the description of item for external services or drainage, the word "Trench" shall be
deemed to include excavating, grading bottoms, planking and strutting, back-filling,
compacting earth in layers not exceeding 150 mm thick and disposing of surplus spoil.
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Monthly valuations shall certifY payment for unfixed materials on site as provided for by
Clause 60 of the Conditions of Contract.
The valuation so certified by the Engineer shall be the invoiced cost of the materials, if the
Engineer considers this cost to be fair and realistic, plus any customs duty or other Qatar
taxes paid together with an allowance for port dues and delivery to and unloading at the
Site. The valuation for unfixed materials on site shall be the net reimbursement to the
Contractor of the cost of the materials delivered and unloaded at the Site and such shall be .
exclusive of any profit or Contractor's overheads mark-up.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, such net reimbursement to the Contractor for unfixed
materials on Site shall be less than the total price included by the Contractor in the Bills of
Quantities for both supplying and subsequently fixing the said materials, such that in the
opinion of the Engineer, a reasonable and sufficient value is retained for payment to the
Contractor in subsequent monthly payments for permanently fixing the materials on the
Works.
The Contractor shall make due allowance in pricing the Bills of Quantities to take account
ofthese clauses.
Formwork materials including all struts, timber or sheet boarding, all other timber work,
waffle moulds, proprietary shuttering systems and the like shall not be considered as
"unfixed materials on site" for the purposes of monthly valuations. Formwork shall be
valued in accordance with the preambles of the Preliminaries section as "plant" and/or as
measured work, once executed, in accordance with the rules of measurement and these
preambles as given by the Contract Work sections of these Bills of Quantities.
PRELIMINARIES
Monthly payments for Preliminaries shall only be made for those costs which have been
properly incurred and for which the Contractor has inserted prices against the items in the
Bills of Quantities' Preliminaries section. Payment for such shall be valued proportionally
at the same rate as the value for permanent work executed in any month bears to the total
value of permanent work included in the contract.
In addition, at the Engineer's discretion and only where priced for by the Contractor in the
Bills of Quantities' Preliminaries section, the actual cost of certain Preliminaries items, for
example, the provision of bonds and insurances, the construction of temporary facilities on
site, etc., may be certified by the Engineer for payment in full when executed. Such
certification shall be· lesser value of:
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The prices given by the Contractor in the Preliminaries section of the Bills of
Quantities.
The net reimbursement to the Contractor of the actual cost incurred provided
always the Engineer considers such cost to be fair and realistic and such cost
shall be exclusive of any profit or Contractor's overhead mark-up.
Where (2) is less than (1) the balance shall be valued for interim payments proportionally
with the permanent works as previously described.
Plant, machinery, transport and other movable items when provided on site and priced for in
the Bills of Quantities' Preliminaries section shall be valued proportionally with the
permanent work as previously described.
Monthly valuations shall certify payment for permanent works executed on site as provided
for by Clause 60 of the Conditions of Contract. No separate earlier payment shall be
certified by the Engineer or shall become due to be paid by the Government for the value of
any Preliminaries costs which may have been included by the Contr.actor in his rates and
prices for permanent works.
DEMOLITIONS AND ALTERATIONS
The rates for demolitions and alterations shall include for all shoring and scaffolding
incidental thereto.
The following terms shall have the meanings assigned to them:
Remove
Carefully
remove
shall mean the complete removal by any means at the Contractor's
option, having due regard to the surrounding structure. All .incidental
holes, chases, etc. left after removal of an item shall be made good. In
the case of partitions and the like, the finishings shall be extended to
match existing.
In the case of sanitary fittings, basins and the like the rate shall include
for cutting back and capping all services and plugging redundant drains
with concrete.
shall indicate that an item may be reused and the rate shall include
for overhauling or maintaining the item so that it will be acceptable when
relocated.
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The rates for fonning openings in blockwork walls shall include for quoining up jambs and
extending finishings to match existing.
EXCAVATION AND EARTHWORK
The Contractor shall inspect the soil Investigation Report and shall be deemed to have made
his own assessment of the sub-strata conditions and water table etc. prior to his tender.
submission and have included for excavating to suitable bearing strata as approved by the
Engineer. Any additional excavation in soft or other material unacceptable to the Engineer
together with the consequent backfill in mass concrete or other material approved by the
Engineer shall be entirely at the Contractors own cost. The assessed cost of the additional
work shall be included against the first item of the Excavation and Earthworks section of the
Bills of Quantities for each building / section as applicable and shall NOT be subject to
remeasurement.
Rates for Excavation and Earthwork shall include for excavating in any material whatsoever
(including solid rock); for working space; for keeping excavations free from 'water as may
be required; for upholding sides of excavations; for levelling or grading and ramming where
required; for bulking of materials and for all double or multiple handling.
All excavated material not required for backfilling around foundations has been measured as
"removed from site" and no adjustment has been made in respect of material which may be
used as filling under floors, etc.
Rates for fill material shall include for depositing and compacting in layers, grading to falls,
grading to cambers, blinding and compacting surface.
PILING
Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM, cutting off the tops of piles to the
required levels and preparing the reinforcement shall be enumerated as a "full value" item
stating the diameter and type of pile.
CONCRETE WORK
Rates for Concrete shall include for all necessary samples, apparatus and testing; for
hoisting to any height or lowering to any depth; depositing, pouring into shuttering,
tamping, levelling and compaction by vibrators if required; for fonnation of daywork
construction joints; for laying beds, etc., in bays; for curing; for hacking surfaces for key; for
the building in of all plugs, holdfasts, pipes, ducts, pipe sleeves, etc.; and for all surface
treatment to unset concrete except trowelling.
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Rates for Concrete shall also include for all sundry items such as cutting or forming and
grouting all holes, sinkings, mortices, chases and the like for any purpose; for all necessary
working around metal members, pipes and the like; and for generally performing all cutting
away and making good for all trades.
Rates for Plain Concrete blinding beds shall include for any necessary formwork at edges or
fOJ: the extra width of concrete which may be required in lieu.
Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM, concrete beds shall be measured
between ground beams and not over. Consequently ground beams shall be measured through
. beds.
Rates for Concrete foundations and haunchings to kerbs shall include for any necessary
formwork.
Rates for bar reinforcement shall include for hoisting to any height or lowering to any depth;
for placing in any position; for straightening as necessary; for cutting to length and bending
to required shapes; and for tying wire, distance blocks and spacers.
The bar reinforcements have not been quantified from the drawings but an allowance has
been made based on the following estimation of kilograms of steel per m
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Raft foundations/pile caps
Retaining wall
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Columns
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Lintels/sills
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The resultant gross weight of bar reinforcement has been included in the Bills of Quantities
without allocation to various bar sizes.
The Tenderer shall check the drawings andlor make his own assessment, and if necessary,
adjust rates to allow for any adjustments required. The reinforcement shall not be subject to
re-measurement.
Where bar bending schedules are provided the Contractor shall cross check the quantities
against the drawings and shall have deemed to have satisfied himself of the total quantity of
bar reinforcement required.
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M Rates for fabric reinforcement shall include for hoisting to any height or lowering to any
depth; for placing in any position; for all cutting, distance pieces, bending, holes, notching,
tying wire, tying at laps; and for the cost of material in laps.
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Rates for fabric reinforcement laid in separate layers shall include for all additional distance
blocks, chairs and spacers.
No differentiation has been made between formwork to plain or reinforced concrete and
rates for formwork shall include for hoisting to any height or lowering to any depth; for all
props, struts, stays, wedges and bolts; for all cutting, labours at intersections, overlaps and
passings at angles; for cutting and fitting around projections and pipes; for all stops,
chamfers, splayed internal angles, grooves, chases and mouldings of any width; for mould
oil; for strutting and supporting formwork to a height not exceeding 3.50 metres and for
easing, striking and removal (unless otherwise stated).
Rates for curved formwork shall include for formwork to curved, conical, spherical,
elliptical and other surfaces curved to one or more radius of any radius or radii.
Rates for forming charmels, chases and kerbs shall include for ends, angles, intersections
and outlets.
Rates for precast concrete shall include for all moulds; for finishing fair on all exposed
faces; for square, rounded and stooled ends, rounded no sings and edges; for rebates; for
angles and ends to kerbs, copings, etc.; for holes or notchings for pipes etc.; and for
hoisting, setting and bedding in position.
Rates for hollow block and in-situ concrete suspended construction shall include for
concrete ribs, associated concrete perimeter beams, concrete topping slab, hollow blocks,
and filling ends of hollow blocks in concrete; for fixing slips, metal clips and the like; and
for all necessary reinforcement and formwork.
BLOCKWORK
Rates for all Blockwork shall include for hoisting to any height or lowering to any depth; for
setting in mortar and bonding and cutting including that at irregular angles; for tying or
bonding walls together at angles, junctions, intersections or abutments with galvanised steel
ties, expanded metal ties or lateral restraint ties as necessary and for tying to concrete or
steel work including all fixings of whatever nature; for wedging, pinning up to soffits and
toothing and bonding to other blockwork; for building at or to any height of slabs and
beams; for raking out joints or cutting grooves for turning in edges of flashings; for bedding
and pointing plates, frames and corrugated sheeting and for building in door and window
frames and the like; for building in or cutting and pinning ends of lintels, bearing bars, steps,
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timbers, metal sections and the like; for all sundry items such as cutting or forming holes,
mortices, sinkings, chases and the like for any purpose; and for generally performing all
cutting away and making good for all trades.
B Rates shall also include for use of solid and purpose-made blocks where required and for
adjustments as to the heights of blocks to provide support to lintels, etc., with the minimum
of cutting.
C Rates shall also include for expansion joints, movement joints and the like including filler
material and pointing.
D Rates shall also include for fabric or rod reinforcement in walls as required.
E The rates for hollow blockwork shall include for filling the cavities solid with mortar or
concrete at jambs, end angles, intersections, sills and adjacent to false ceiling perimeters
together with expanded metal support strips and rod reinforcement as required.
F The rates for blockwork in hollow walls shall include for closing cavities with blockwork at
jambs of openings and the like.
ROOFING
G Rates for slate or tile roofing shall include for all cutting; for holes for pipes, standards and
the like; for cut courses at eaves; for all cutting and bonding at eaves, verges, valleys, hips
and ridges; for fitted, filled or fair ends, angles and intersections to hips and ridges; and for
forming small openings.
H Rates for corrugated or roughed sheet roofing shall include for all cutting; for holes for
pipes, standards and the like; for fitted, filled or fair ends, angles and intersections to hips,
ridges, angles, cappings or barge boards; and for forming small openings.
I Rates for roof decking and wall cladding shall include for all cutting; for strip sealant at
joints, intersections and at junctions of decking and cladding with adjacent surfaces; for
holes for pipes, standards and the like; and for forming small openings.
J Rates for bitumen-felt, acrylic fibre or other similar sheet or roll type roofing shall include
for cutting, notching, bending and lapping; for holes for pipes, standards and the like; for
angles, ends, extra material for laps and in coverings to expansion joints; for turning into
grooves; for forming outlets to flashings, skirtings, aprons, gutters, valleys, kerbs and
chaunels; and for forming small openings.
K Rates for metal roofing shall include for all cutting, notching and bending; for ends, angles,
intersections to rolls, hollows, condensation channels and mouldings; and for forming small
openings.
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Rates for all sheet metal flashings and gutters shall include for angles, intersections and
ends; for extra material in laps, seams and passings at ends; for dressing to outlets; for ends,
angles and intersections to cappings, hollows, channels and mouldings; and for painting
with bituminous paint where in contact with mortar, concrete, blockwork, etc. .
Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM, sheet metal flashings, fittings, etc. where
associated with proprietary troughed sheet roofing have been described as standard
components or assemblies as supplied by the manufacturer.
CARPENTRY
Rates for all Carpentry Work shall include for all raking and circular cutting; for joints in
continuous lengths of timber or for providing timbers of any length; for all joints and
jointing; for notching and fitting ends of timbers to metal sections, shoes and heads; for
mitres, ends and intersections on all members; for holes for pipes, tubes, bars, cables,
conduits, ducting, trunking and the like; and for pads, slips and wedges built or wedged in.
Rates for rebates, grooves, chamfers, rounded edges, moulded edges and the like labours
shall include for all cross grain and stopped work for all stops, ends, angles and mitres.
Rates for roof boarding shall include for all cutting at intersections on work to cross falls;
and for all notches, rounded comers and the like.
Rates for carpenter's metalwork shall include for preparing timbers for metalwork (e.g.
sinking, grooving, etc.).
Rates for bolts and cormectors shall include for holes and countersunk holes and for
pellating if required.
JOINERY
F Rates for all Joinery Work shall include for all raking, curved or splayed cutting; for mitres
and ends to all members; for all joints in members over 200 mm wide or for obtaining
timbers in one width; for all notchings, sinkings, rounded comers and splayed edges; for
extra timber in joints and for horns, etc.; for all dowels and cramps and for holes for pipes,
tubes, bars, cables, conduits, ducting, trunking and the like.
G Rates for doors, skylights, sashes and casements are to include for fitting and hanging any
type.
H Rates for handrails shall include for all heading joints, quadrants, ramps and wreaths.
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Rates for rebates, grooves, chamfers, scribed edges, rounded edges, moulded edges and the
like labours shall include for cross grain and stopped work and for all stops, ends, angles
and mitres.
Rates for bolts and connectors shall include for holes and countersunk holes and pellating if
required.
Rates for ironmongery shall include for fixing to any surface; for taking off after first fixing .
whilst decorations are completed; and for re-fixing, oiling and adjusting and leaving in
perfect working order.
STRUCTURAL STEELWORK
Rates for Structnral Steelwork shall include for cutting ends of members; for cutting to dead
lengths; for all cutting on plates; for welds, notchings, splay cutting and bevel cutting; for
cranks, splice plates, gusset plates, packing plates, base plates, end plates, web stiffeners,
bolts, nuts and washers (except anchor bolts), rivets, holes, countersunk and tapped holes;
and for driving rivets and countersinking heads. Steelwork measured by weight shall be
measured net, exclusive of the weight of welds, splice plates, gusset plates, packing plates,
base plates, end plates, web stiffeners, bolts, nuts, washers and rivets.
The items and rates for anchor bolts shall be deemed to include nuts and washers and
building-in temporary boxing and grouting, and, where stated, the use of approved
chemical/resin-based fixing methods. Rates for chemicallresin-based fixing methods shall
include for precision drilJing to the pattern indicated on the drawing.
Framed steelwork may be measured by 'number' or by 'item', stating the overall size and
the drawing reference and stating the shape, where this is other than square or rectangular.
Purlins with a "z" - shaped cross-section shall be measured by linear metre, stating the
nominal size and the material thickness.
Treatment to the surfaces of steelwork may be measured separately or may be included in
the description of the steelwork, whether framed or unframed.
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METALWORK
F Rates for all Metalwork shall include for ends, angles and intersections; for ramps and
wreaths on frames, handrails, core-rails, arch bars, bearers, stays and the like; for
assembling and jointing together; for all holes for pipes, tubes, bars, cables, conduit and the
like and for all other holes, countersunk holes, tapped holes slots and the like except where
given in the description of items; and for painting with bituminous paint where in contact
with mortar, concrete, blockwork, etc" or other alkaline surfaces.
G Rates for metal skirtings, duct covers and the like shall include for all angles, intersections'
and ends.
H Rates for bolts and countersunk bolts shall include for holes and countersunk holes.
J Rates for supplying and fixing metalwork generally are to include horizontal, raking and
vertical work; for cutting members to length; for all shop and site welding, grinding,
drilling, countersinking, bolting, riveting, assembling and adjusting; and for fixing
complete.
K Rates for aluminium windows and doors shall include for the provision of all necessary
packing pieces.
PLUMBING AND ENGINEERING INSTALLATIONS
A Rates for all Plumbing and Engineering Work shall include for assembling and jointing
together and for any jointing material; for fixings and supports to each and any background
inclusive of all fixing materials, components and special mountings; for cutting and pinning
or building in all fixings and supports including subsequently making good; and for
disconnecting and refixing equipment and fittings to enable other trades to proceed.
B Rates for all Plumbing and Engineering Work shall also include for:-
(i) All wall, ceiling or floor sleeves and plates as required including any necessary
packings.
(ii) All identification plates, discs, labels, direction of flow and type of service
indicators, warning notices, intersection charts and the like.
(iii) Making the position of all holes, mortices, chases, sinkings and the like in both the
structure and its coverings and for forming or cutting away same as required and for
building in and all making good in connection therewith.
(iv) Provision of record drawings, installation drawings, operating and maintenance
manuals.
(v) Testing and commissioning.
(vi) Temporarily operating the installation.
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Rates for pipework shall include for all joints, flexible joints, couplers, flanges, sockets,
bosses and the like in the running length and for making all joints to sanitary appliances,
plant and equipment.
·Rates for pipework shall also include for all pipe supports, (e.g. clips, saddles, pipe hooks,
holder bats, brackets, hangers, hardwood collars and pedestals, etc.) inclusive of all fixings
of whatsoever nature.
Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM, rates for pipework of any diameter shall
include for all fittings (e.g. bends, shoes, bushes, tees, reducers, sockets, plates, cleaning
caps, plugs and the like). Cutting and jointing the pipes to such fittings shall also be deemed
to be included in the rates for pipework.
Rates shall i.nclude for stopping off ends of pipes while work is in progress to prevent the
ingress of rubbish and for leaving all pipes clean and clear on completion.
Rates for flanged ancillaries shall include for providing mating flanges, gaskets, bolts, nuts
and for welding flanges to tubing.
Plug or butterfly valves have been given stating the actual internal diameter.
Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM ducting as defined by Clause S26 and
S27 (a) has been given in square metres (measured over all fittings) and is based upon the
overall girth of the ductwork. In addition rates for duct work shall include for all duct work
fittings as defined by Clause S29 of the Qatar SMM.
Rates for ductwork shall include for joints, supports, brackets, hangers, hardwood insulators
and the like inclusive of all fixings of whatsoever nature; for turning vanes, midfeathers, test
holes, hand holes and access doors; and for forming and stiffening all openings.
Tee couplings on pipework and branch connections on ductwork are identified by the
diameter or size of the largest pipe or duct connected thereto and rates for these items shall
include for any reducers, reducing sets, diminishing pieces and the like as required.
Rates for all diffusers and grilles shall include for any necessary plenum boxes and the like
and for jointing same to ductwork.
Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM, insulation to ductwork has been given in
square metres.
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Rates for insulation shall include for working insulation around and over all ancillaries,
fittings, flanges, test holes, covers, access doors and the like.
Rates for relevant items shall include for protective painting to plant, equipment, pipework,
ductwork, conduit and the like shall also include for all preparatory work and painting with
a rust inhibitive or other protective paint or coating.
Rates for relevant items shall include for decorative painting to all exposed plant,
equipment, pipework, ductwork, conduit and the like shall include for all preparatory work,
primer, undercoats and finishing coats of paint to approved colours ..
The rates shall include for all decorative painting in association with exposed plumbing,
airconditioning and ventilation equipment and the like all as specified including camouflage
colours where required.
Rates shall be deemed to include any additional works whatsoever in re-routing .or adapting
any plumbing and engineering installation which may arise due to clashes with the structure,
building fabric, Architectural finishings and any other mechanical and electrical services
installations.
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
The following supplementary rules for the measurement of medium and low voltage
electrical installations within buildings shall be applicable:-
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Each different type of installation is given under a separate heading, e.g. Mains
Installation, Lighting Installation, Fire Alarm Installation, etc.
Cables for Mains and Sub-Mains Installations are given in linear metres stating in
detail the type, size and number of cores, and whether the work is generally exposed
or concealed.
Cables are given under appropriate headings clearly indicating that the rates for the
cable must allow for supports and/or mechanical protection.
For final circuits (e.g. Lighting and Power Installations) and for low voltage and
communication circuits (e.g. Alarm and Television Installations), cables conduit,
cable tray, trunking, ladder rack and lor other means of support and/or mechanical
protection shall be deemed to be included in the rates for the relevant fittings and
accessones.
Fittings and accessories are given under appropriate headings clearly indicating that
the rates for the fittings and accessories must allow for cables, supports and/or
mechanical protection and stating the type of cable to be used and the general
method of support/mechanical protection (e.g. PVC insulated cable in PVC conduit)
and whether the work is generally exposed or concealed.
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6. Busbar trunking is given in linear metres where applicable.
Rates for all Electrical Work shall include for assembling and jointing together and for any
jointing material; for fixings and supports to each and any background inclusive of all fixing
materials, components and special mountings; for cutting and pinning or building in all
fixings and supports including subsequently making good; and for disconnecting and
refixing equipment and fittings to enable other trades to proceed.
Rates for all Electrical Work shall include for:-·
(i) All wall, ceiling or floor sleeves and plates as required including any necessary
packings.
(ii) All identification plates, discs, labels, type of service indicators, warning notices,
circuit schedules, intersection charts and the like.
(iii) Provision of record drawings, installation drawings, operating and maintenance
manuals.
(iv) Testing and commissioning.
(v) Temporarily operating the installation.
(vi) Cross bonding all pipework, trunking, equipment and metal surfaces.
Notwithstanding the requirements of the Qatar SMM, rates for all electrical work shall also
include for marking the position of all holes, mortices, chases, sinkings and the like in both
the structure and its coverings and for forming or cutting away same as required and for
building in and all making good in connection therewith.
Rates for switchboards, switchgear, distribution boards, control gear, fittings, equipment and
the like shall include for all fuses, mcb's, elcb's, isolators, relays, contactors,
instrumentation, indicators, interlocks, metering, cable entry boxes, gland plates and the
like.
Rates for cables shall also include for all fixings as necessary, joint boxes, earthing lugs,
busbar clamps and the like; into conduit or ducts, laying into trunking or trenches, or
bonding to earthing points and the like; and for all identification labels, markers and tags as
required.
The rates shall be deemed to include for forming openings in trunking; for bushing
materials, pin racks and fire barriers; for suspension sets; and for all fittings, accessories,
boxes and the like.
Rates for luminaires shall include for all associated lamps, control gear, diffusers,
suspension sets and fixings including boxes, conduit boxes, wooden blocks, moulded
pattresses, break-joint rings, ceiling roses, connector blocks, compression glands, flexible
cords and the like as required.
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION (Cont'd)
I Rates for accessories shall include for all necessary back plates and boxes.
J Rates for socket outlets shall include for associated plug tops and boxes.
K Rates for protective painting to plant, equipment, conduit and the like shaH include for all
preparatory work and painting with a rust inhibitive or other protective paint or coating.
L Rates shall include for decorative painting to all exposed plant, equipment, conduit and the
like all as specified including camouflage colours where required.
M Notwithstanding the Qatar SMM, the measurement of excavation of electrical service
trenches for cables to be laid in ducts has been classified in width stages of 250 mm where
applicable.
N The rates shall include for all necessary builders work in cable/duct connections to prepared
openings in external manholes.
o Rates shall be deemed to include any additional work whatsoever in re-routing or adapting
any part of the electrical installations which may arise due to clashes with the structure,
building fabric, Architectural finishings and any other mechanical and electrical services
installations
FINISHINGS
A Rates for all Finishings shall include for preparing surfaces for finishings or bedslbackings;
for working at or up to any height; for all narrow widths and small areas; and for all
cuttings.
B Rates for all Finishings to soffits shall include for level, sloping and slewing soffits.
C Rates for in-situ, plain sheet, slab or block finishings shall include for fair edges, rebated
edges, splayed edges, rounded edges, grooves, flutes and the like; for all ends, and angles of
risers and edges oflandings; for fixing or applying skirtings and the like to any background;
for ends, angles, ramps and wreathed comers to strings and ends of steps; for all fair joints
or fair cutting; for making good or cutting and fitting around pipes, bars, cables, conduits,
ducting, trunking, sanitary fittings and the like; for dishing to gullies and outlets; for
mortices and sinkings; for ends, angles, ramps and outlets; and for intersections to skirtings,
flush, raised or sunk bands, sills, dividing strips, expansion joints, channels, mouldings,
flutes, cornices, kerbs and the like.
D Rates for tile, slab, block and plain sheet finishings to floors shall include for division strips
at junctions where differing materials meet.
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Rates for in-situ finishings shall also include for all internal and external angles; for fair,
rounded, bedded, moulded and chamfered edges; for quirks, arises, chamfered external
angles and coved internal angles; and for galvanised mesh reinforcement strips at junctions
of differing materials and over all electrical conduits and service pipework concealed in
chases, etc. within the structure and including supplying and fixing accessories such as angle
beads, stop beads etc.
Rates for in-situ finishings shall also be deemed to include for laying in panels/bays
including providing dividing strips and movement joints as required.
Rates for beds and backings and render etc. shall include for forming key on new or existing
surfaces and for all labours.
Rates for lathing, base-board, suspended plain sheet linings with supporting metalwork and
fibrous plaster shall include for all labours and cutting.
Rates for suspended ceilings and the like shall include for all access panels and supporting
systems and additional supporting systems to accommodate mechanical and electrical
pipework and equipment etc.
Work to treads and risers shall be measured separately in linear metres, stating the width.
Work to edges oflandings shall be measured separately in square metres.
GLAZING
Rates for Glazing shall include for all templates, cutting and risk for glazing to any required
shape or size; for external mitres and other shapings; and for priming all rebates and backs
of glazing beads before glazing.
FURNITURE FIT-OUT
Rates for furniture fit-out shall include reception desk, back shelves, white board in
conference rooms, cubicles, lockers, supply and install mirrors in gymnasium including all
its associated fixing accessories etc.
WASTE MANAGEMENT
Rates for waste management shall include all garbage chute with the sprinkler system, fire
protection, vent, including all fixing accessories, speed breakers, garbage collection room at
ground, with cleaning facilities and air-condition, including loading hoper, compactor, nose
cone and container, etc
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PAINTING
A Rates for Painting (and for decorating, where applicable) shall include for working to or at
any height; for internal or external work; for rubbing down between coats; for work in
multi-colours; for cutting to line; for painting on opening edges of windows and doors and
work additional surfaces exposed by such opening edges; and for painting on hooks, bolts
and clips to sheeting, pipe clips, saddles, holder bats and the like.
B Rates for Painting on wood shall include for work on hardwood or softwood and for
knotting.
C Rates for Painting on manufactured boards and wood shall include for surface filling.
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Rates for paper hanging and hanging of hessian, vinyl surfaced papers and the like shall
include for all preparatory work and all cuttings, notchings and cutting and fitting around
pipes, brackets, switches, ceiling voids and the like.
Rates for all Painting and decorating work shall include for the execution of sample panels.
DRAINAGE
The Measurement and Rates Clauses for other Sections shall also apply equally to this
section where relevant.
Rates for pipe trenches shall include for excavating as required for both the pipe and
surround; for backfilling with selected excavated material and clearing away any surplus
spoil; and for any excavation within filling under floors.
Rates for pipes of all types are to include for pipe jointing of suitable design and type.
Rates for pipework shall include for all short or isolated lengths, jointing, cutting and waste,
brackets, holderbats, clips, flexible joints, etc.
Rates for pipework shall include for cutting or forming all holes, mortices, chases and
sinkings, etc. in floors; for bridging foundations over pipes; and for making good in all
trades around pipes, fittings, etc.
Notwithstanding the Qatar SMM, manholes, soakaways and the like are enumerated and
classified in depth stages of 250 mm. The rates shall include for all excavation, disposal and
builders work.
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A The Measurement and Rates Clauses for other Sections shall also apply equally to this
Section where relevant.
B Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM, fencing to suit sloping ground has not
been separately identified and the Contractors rates are deemed to allow for the variation in
the slope of the fence as indicated on the Drawings.
C Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM, special posts on fencing which include
End-posts, angle posts, gate posts, straining posts and other special posts are given in the
item description for fencing and the Contractor's rates are deemed to allow for this. This
also applies for the excavation and filling of such holes.
D Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM excavation and filling of holes for posts
are given in the item description for fencing and the Contractor's rates are deemed to allow
for this.
PROTECTION
A The Contractor shall allow in the rates for protecting the work in all trade sections.
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Description Drawing Drawing Nos.
ARCHITECTURAL
Site Plan A-OO
Basement Fllor Plan ( -4.00 mts.) A-01
Ground Floor +0.00 mts. A-02
Ground Floor Partial Plan - A +0.00 mts. A-02/A
Ground Floor Partial Plan - B +0.00 mts. A-02/B
Mezzanine Floor +4.60 mts. A-03
Mezzanine Floor Partial Plan - A +4.60 mts. A-03/A
Mezzanine Floor Partial Plan - B +4.60 mts. A-03/B
First Floor +8.60 mts. A-04
First Floor Partial Plan - A +8.60 mts. A-04/A
First Floor Partial Plan - B +8.60 mts. A-04/B
Roof Deck Floor +13.90 mts. A-OS
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Roof Deck Floor Partial Plan - B +13.90 mts. A-OS/B
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Door Details 1 A-33
Steel and Wooden Door Details A-34
Aluminum Door and Guard Rail Detail A-35
Finishing Schedule 1 Basement Floor A-36
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DB Schedule-2 DE-176-EL-4007
DB Schedule-3 DE-176-EL-4008
DB Schedule-4 DE-176-EL-4009
Data Telephone Schematic Diagram DE-176-EL -4010
CC1V Schematic Diagram DE-176-EL -4011
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Basement Lighting Layout - 2 DE-176-EL-4101
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Ground Lighting Layout - 2 DE-176-EL-4103
Mezzanine Lighting Layout - 1 DE-176-EL-4104
Mezzanine Lighting Layout - 2 DE-176-EL-410S
1st Floor Lighting Layout - 1 DE-176-EL-4106
1st Floor Lighting Layout - 2 DE-176-EL-4107
Roof Floor Lighting Layout DE-176-EL-4108
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Basement Small Power Layout - 2 DE-176-EL-4201
Ground Small Power Layout - 1 DE-176-EL-4202
Ground Small Power Layout - 2 DE-176-EL-4203
Mezzanine Small Power Layout - 1 DE-176-EL-4204
Mezzanine Small Power Layout - 2 DE-176-EL-420S
1st Floor Small Power Layout - 1 DE-176-EL-4206
1st Floor Small Power Layout - 2 DE-176-EL -4207
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Ground Floor Drainage Layout DE-176-DR-03
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Ground Floor Plumbing Layout DE-176-WS-03
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Mezzanine Floor Ducting Layout DE-176-HVAC-03
First Floor Ducting Layout DE-176-HVAC-04
Roof Floor Ducting Layout DE-176-HVAC-05
Basement Floor Chilled Water Piping Layout DE-176-HVAC-06
Ground Floor Chilled Water Piping Layout DE-176-HVAC-07
Mezzanine Floor Chilled Water Piping Layout DE-176-HVAC-08
First Floor Chilled Water Piping Layout DE-176-HVAC-09
Roof Floor Chilled Water Piping Layout DE-176-HVAC-10
Equipment Schedule DE-176-HVAC-ll
Toilet Extract & Fresh Air Schematic Diagram DE-176-HVAC-12
Chilled Water Schematic Diagram DE-176-HVAC-13
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DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT The works comprise a Building Shopping+Office use of Gr+ IB+M+ 1story's of approximately 30,300 m2 of Total Built up Area and an Office Rentable Area available approximately 21,272 sq.m. with a Total nos of Car parking spaces of 187 nos, in Ibasement. The Building consists of Ground+1 base+M+1 floor, Hevel of basement fully allows it for car parking spaces, and services requirements.

Ground floor mainly used as Main Entrance Lobby, Reception and retail spaces. Mezzanine floor shall be completely used as retail space. First floor fully used for offices spaces or retail use with its own services supports. The Building externally finished by Aluminium insulated 30mm Quadro clad panels with Structural glazed frameIess Curtain wall system, The Site for the work is located at GHARAFA

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The Site for the work is located at Gharafa, Street no 253, Plot no 21, State of Qatar. The Contractor shall be deemed to have visited the Site and to have ascertained for himself the accessibility and nature of the Site, Soil, local conditions, the full extent and character of the operations and the supply oflabour and any other matters to complete the project as per the project documents and to Engineers satisfaction and approval. The Contractor shall not use the Site for any other purpose other than that of carrying out this contract.

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J J J ] We acknowledge that Appendices A to G to this Tender form part of our Tender and have been duly completed..... Front-End FORM OF TENDER J I J J J J J ] SHK.. Engineers & Planners P. Bills' of Quantities and Schedule of Rates without any qualification whatsoever. complete and maintain the whole of the said Works in conformity with the said Drawings......... Tenderer's stamp and initials . Box 22235 Doha State of Qatar...... Having examined the Drawings... Tender for: GR+ IB+M+ 1 SHOWROOM+OFFICE BUILDING Sir. Diwan Al-Emara Architect........ Date : .. for the execution of the above named Works. ........... we the undersigned....... J J iJ N1 R Cont'd.. ....... offer to construct... Specification...O..... Conditions of Contract......... KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL TRANI C/o........] ] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg...... We acknowledge receipt of the following circular letters and faxes issued by the Engineer:Reference Number of LetterlFax ] :] and we confirm that we have taken account thereof in our Tender......... Specification and Bills of Quantities...... for the lump sum of Qatar Riyals J J ] or such other sum as may be ascertained in accordance with the said Conditions.. Conditions of Contract.....

... Front-End FORM OF TENDER J ] We undertake if our Tender is accepted to commence............... ............................'] ] ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg... Date: ......... ..............I Tenderer's stamp and initials".. Al2R .......... ] J J ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] J .......... complete and deliver the whole of the Works within 15 Months including mobilisation from the date of the Engineer's written order to commence and to comply with the programme requirements of the Conditions of Contract and of the Specification.....

.............. Front -End FORM OF TENDER J ] Name and Signature J J ] In the capacity of: (Block Capitals) Duly authorised to sign tenders for and on behalf of: Name of Contractor (Block Capitals) : J J J J J J J J J J Address: Telephone Number: Fax Number: Registration Number: Controller of Companies Ministry of Finance Economy and Trade Registration Number: Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Agriculture Witness: Address: Name and Signature J ] J Tenderer's stamp and initials ......................] ] GR+18+M+1 Showraom+Office Bldg... ........... Al3R .............................. Date : ..................

... Date : .. To be 10% (Ten Percent) of the Contract Price against Bank Guarantee Cheque......25. .... 400 Days 10% (Ten Percent) Not Applicable Not applicable To be within 21 days of the Engineers approval... 2000/... Recovery to the percentage of the Advance Payment to the Contract price of the Gross value of Interim Payment Certificates or at such a rate that the total advance payment amount is repaid by the Contractor within the Time for Completion. (Limited to a maximum of 10% ofthe Contract Sum) and Qrs........000..... 15 Months QR. To be obtained .000.....00 (Qatar Riyals One Million) anyone incident... Front -End FORM OF TENDER ] ] APPENDIX A Contract Clause Amount of Tender Bond Amount of Performance Bond 10 Not Applicable To be 10 % (Ten Percent) of the Contract Price at the time of signing the Contract Agreement and valid until 90 days after the end of the Maintenance Period..... J J J J ] ] Minimum Amount of Third Party Insurance 23(2) Time for Completion including Mobilisation Amount of Penalty for Delay 43 47 (I) -] ] ] Period of Maintenance Percentage of Retention Limit of Retention Minimum Amount of Monthly Interim Certificate Time in which payment is to be made after receipt of the Engineer's Certificate..... 1............000........IJ ] GR+1B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg.... Amount of Advance Payment 49 (I) 60 (2) 60 (2) 60 (2) J ] ] 60(4) Repayment of Advance Payment J J J J ~l Tenderer's stamp and initials .. QR... number of incidents unlimited........00 (Qatar Riyals Twenty Five Thousand) per day or part of a day for the whole of the works...... Al4R ........per day for the consultant for delayed completion....... from an approved Qatari Insurance Company....

.. whose tender is accepted....... Al5R .. Date : ... construct..........J J J J J ] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg........ will be required to provide on site.... of Units ] J ] ] ] ] ] ] ] The provision of this information shall not release the Tenderer whose tender is accepted from providing such information as the Engineer may require in accordance with the Conditions of Contract of the Constructional Plant and Equipment he proposes to supply or use................ Front-End FORM OF TENDER APPENDIXB CONSTRUCTIONAL PLANT AND EQUIPMENT The Tenderer shall insert below the details of the main items of constructional plant and equipment which he proposes to use for the Works... J J J Tenderer's stamp and initials................ complete and maintain the Works in accordance with the Contract... ................ neither shall it in any way relieve him of any of his obligations to carry out...... This list will be the minimum that the Tenderer....... Description Capacity and present whereabouts Manufacturer and year of manufacture ] ] No....

......... Professional qualifications... Trade experience.......... ...] ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg. qualifications and other relevant details J J ] ] Tenderer's stamp and initials..... Front-End FORM OF TENDER APPENDIXC CONTRACTOR'S SUPERINTENDENCE Agent or Representative J ] J J J J J J J J J ] ] ] The Tenderer is to state the name and qualifications of the representative whom he proposes would be responsible in accordance with Clause 15 of the General Conditions of Contract..... Date : ..................... foremen and other staff he would propose to employ on the site which will be deemed to represent the minimum required for the works.... A16R l ......... experience and other relevant details The Tenderer is to state the names and qualifications of the full time site engineers.................................

... The Tenderer shall be deemed to have satisfied himself as to the sufficiency of his Tender.. He shall ensure that all such works comply with the drawings... Engineering and electrical sub-contractors proposed shall be named from the approved Government list for Class A Contractors... A17R ..... particularly in respect of services and goods to be provided by proposed sub-contractors and suppliers........... Full technical submissions will be required to be presented to the Engineer for his written approval as required by the Conditions of Contract and the Specifications................ specifications and all other tender and standard documents and that the Sllffi stated on the Form of Tender contains no qualifications.. J J J ] ] ] J ] ] ] J ] J "1 J J Tenderer's stamp and initials.... Date : .........] J ] ] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg........ A copy of each of all the proposed engineering and electrical sub-contractors licences shall be submitted with the Tender......... Front -End FORM OF TENDER APPENDIXD SUB-CONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIERS J The Tenderer shall list below the names and addresses of all sub-contractors and suppliers from whom he proposes to obtain services and goods......... ........... . The successful Tenderer shall not be permitted to change any sub-contractor or supplier named in this list without first obtaining the Engineers written authority...... Acceptance of the tender as a whole will not imply approval of any sub-contractor or supplier listed below...... Sub-contractor/Supplier Sub-contract Works/Goods to be supplied..

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.. ] ] ] ] ] J J J ] ] [] rJ ........... Date : .. Tenderer's stamp and initials.1 ] ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg..... The document shall foreshadow the detailed scheme of procedure and method to be furnished by the successful Tenderer in accordance with Clause 14 of the Conditions of Contract and shall not be in Lieu of the particulars thereby required........... Front-End FORM OF TENDER APPENDIXF MEMORANDUM OF PROCEDURE J ] ~I J The Tenderer shall submit below or with his Tender a memorandum giving in outline his proposed general scheme of procedure........... N9R ............................ programme and timetable for the execution of the Works..... .......... ~ .................

The following is a list of our qualifications (if any) to the Form of Tender with associated costs:- J J Qualification Omission Qrs...Qualified Tender Amount: Qrs.. ...................... ..........................n II GR+1B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg....................B: J ] Tenderer's attention is drawn to Clause 7 'Qualification of Tenders' of the section headed 'Instruction to Tenderers'... Front-End FORM OF TENDER o J ] APPENDIXG QUALIFICATIONS N..... We confirm that the sum given on the Form of Tender is without qualification in any way whatsoever to the tender documents. o o J J J i] .. Date : . N10R .. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (Qatar Riyals _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ ] U J J Cl Tenderer's stamp and initials ....... Addition Qrs............

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... The copies of Forms of Tender together with all Appendices shall be completed in full and submitted with the following:(a) (b) Sub-clause 'a' Tender BondAll the additional infonnation required by the Appendices to the Fonn of Tender for the purpose of adjudicating tenders.. Fully priced out original and two copies of the Bills of Quantities. Envelopes 'A' and 'B' shall both be enclosed in a third red wax sealed envelope.... shall be enclosed in another separate red wax sealed envelope and marked as Envelope 'B' in Arabic and English. ........ without limitation of all liabilities and obligations to be borne by the Contractor in accordance with the Contract........ All other documents............... All 3 envelopes shall be marked in Arabic and English as: ] ] ] ~1 Tenderer's stamp and initials ... copies of Tender Documents and Tender will be accepted only on the Form of Tender provided which shall be completed in full..... A lump sum firm price shall be submitted by the Contractor........ excluding Appendix 'c' to Fonn Tender. the cover of which· shall not bear any mark indicating the name of the sender........... Date : .... copies of Tender Documents shall be submitted as follows:Technical Submission (Appendix 'c' to Fonn of Tender) shall be separated from the Tender Document enclosed in an individual red wax sealed envelope and marked as Envelope 'A' in Arabic and English.. Front ~End INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS J J ] ] ] J ] ] (c) ] J ] ] ] The original and 2 No....J ] ] 1 SUBMISSION OF TENDERS Tenderer shall submit original and 2 No........... The Amount of Tender and all rates and prices shall be in Qatar Riyals..... GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg....... B/1 .. The Amount of Tender and the rates and prices inserted in the Bills of Quantities shall be fully inclusive.. The Tender shall signed by a principal duly authorised to represent and bind the Tenderer........

..... All matters not specifically provided for in these documents shall be subject to the provisions of Law No..... as follows: (a) The full name and address of the Tenderer (joint ventures of two or more companies are NOT permitted to tender).'] J J J J J J J J J J J GR+18+M+1 Showroam+Office Bldg.... agent or representative in Qatar............... Box 22235 Doha State of Qatar The Tender shall be delivered not later than the time and date stated in the letter of invitation to tender.. Employer may recommend the cancellation of the tender and confiscate the tender bond forthwith without further notice or legal action... Diwan AI-Emara Architects..... If the tenderer should fail to furnish the required performance bond within the specified period after acceptance by the Employer of the tender................... 10 of 1990 concerning the Organisation of Tenders and Public Auction... The tender should conform to the technical subject failing which the commercial aspect of the Tender will be rejected... The award of a contract following a favourable assessment of the tender shall not imply approval of any sub-contractor. Date : . if the Tenderer is not a local Qatari Company.. (8) of 1976 as amended by Law No....... The Tenderer shall enclose with his Tender an accompanying letter on his company letterhead giving full particulars. The Tenderer shall also be liable to the penalties provided for by Article (44) of Law No. J J J ] ] ] ] ] (b) ... (10) of1990 concerning the Organisation of Tenders and Public Auction... supplier or proposed manufacturer so named by the Tenderer in his submission.. Engineers & Planners P... B/2 '1 ... Front -End INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS Tender for: GR+1B+M+l SHOWROOM+OFFICE BUILDING And which shall be addressed to: SHK KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THANI C/o. (8) of 1976 as amended by Law No.. The full name and address of the Tenderer's sponsor.... Tenderer's stamp and initials ......O...... After award of the Contract the Contractor will be required to submit full details for approval by the Engineer for any part of the Works which he proposed to sub-let or for any material which he proposed to incorporate in the Works.... .......

.. The Drawings listed in the Project Specification.O. (f) (g) J ] Tenderer's stamp and initials ......... ill Qatar prepared by the Ministry (e) The Survey Manual prepared by the Survey Section of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Agriculture... contained therein:(a) The General Conditions of Contract prepared by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Agriculture.. terms and conditions... The particular Conditions of Contract. Equipment and Air Conditioning of Residential and Commercial Buildings.... The Form of Tender. The Bills of Quantities The Circulars J ] ] ] ] ] 4.. Front-End INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS TENDER OPENING The opening of the Tenders will be carried out by the Employer's Representative and whomsoever he invites to join him...... together with all Standard Forms.... P............. ......... The latest edition of Qatar Construction Specification prepared by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Agriculture........... STANDARD DOCUMENTS In addition to the Tender Documents listed above Tenderers shall be deemed to have in their possession copies of the following standard documents and where appropriate. Date : ... etc... together with all Appendices.. The Regulations for the Installation of Electrical Wiring.. Doha... to have included in their tender price for complying with the provisions of the specifications. The Qatar Traffic Manual prepared by the Ministry of Public Works... standard Government procedures... fifth re-issue dated June 1986 prepared by the Ministry of Electricity and Water. TENDER DOCUMENTS The documents provided for the purposes of tendering (hereinafter called the "Tender Documents") are:(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) These Instructions............ regulations..] J ] 2 GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg... ] ] ] 3. The Specification......... B/3 ... J ] (b) (c) J J J ] (d) The Guide for Civil Users of Explosives Municipal Affairs and Agriculture.. The Code of Practice and Specification for Trench works in the Highway prepared by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Agriculture.. Box 41.

....... Any local Municipality regulations. The Engineer's reply will be given in the form of a circular letter or fax to all Tenderers and any such circular shall be acknowledged by the Tenderers on the Form of Tender.. Economy and Trade "Income Tax Department" prior to the date of the letter of invitation to tender......] ] ] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg. Front-End INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS STANDARD DOCUMENTS (CONT'D) (h) J ] Any current and relevant notice or circular issued by the Ministry of Industry and Public Works (including the previous Ministry of Public Works and the previous Ministry of Industry and Public Works) or the Ministry of Electricity and Water and the Ministry of Finance... obtainable from Government House..... Other documents listed in the Project Specification... ] (j) (k) J ] ] (I) (m) ] ] ] 5....... obtainable from Government House......... State of Qatar Law Number (8) of 1976 and all subsequent amendments including Law Number (10) of 1990.. any doubt remains with a Tenderer as to the meaning of any part of the Tender Documents.... If immediately prior to submitting the Tender...... or if he discovers any ambignity or discrepancy in the Tender Documents. Any mistake made in completing the Tender Documents and corrected before submission of the Tender...... concerning the organisation of Tenders and Public Auction... Doha........ If the Tenderer has any doubt as to the meaning of any part of the Tender Documents.. State of Qatar Law Number (6) of 1987 and all subsequent amendments concerning Materials and Equipment from Qatar or other CCASG countries..... B/4 .. shall be initialled by the principal authorised to sign the Tender...... then the Tenderer shall set out in a letter accompanying his Tender the interpretation upon which he has relied.... Date : . then the Tenderer shall report the same to the Engineer not later than seven (7) days before the date fixed for submission of the Tenders.. INTERPRETATION OF THE DOCUMENTS No unauthorised alteration shall be made by the Tenderer to the Tender Documents......... Doha.. J ] ] ] J ] J ] Tenderer's stamp and initials .... .... The Tenderer shall check each page and drawing of the Tender Documents against the Index and the Specification.. or if any words or figures should be indistinct in the copy of the documents provided.. No amendment to a submitted tender shall be allowed after the date and time fixed for submission should the Tenderer later claim that any page or drawing was missing or had been duplicated.....

... as follows:(a) Where the total of arithmetical errors is such that the Amount of Tender would have been increased..... alternative standard or specification or any other alternative to the precise requirements of the Tender Documents whatsoever.... Scope of Works..1 Showroom+Office Bldg............. Scope of Works or to the summed total of a section of the Priced Scope of Works.. 7 QUALIFICATION OF TENDERS Each Tenderer must submit a valid tender without any qualification..... Front-End INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS 6........... Every qualification shall be listed and individually priced... each Tenderer may submit further separate tenders with qualifications should he wish to do so.J J J ] ] ] ] GR+1 B+M+.... then the lump sum adjustruent so made will be deemed to apply proportionally to the individual rates and prices throughout the Priced ........ Date : . Any adjustruent.. Such proportional correction shall not apply to any P·rime Cost or Provisional Sums included in the Tender documents provided by the Employer............... correction... Any such alternative tender shall be submitted on a copy of the Form of Tender and shall be marked "Alternative J ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] Tenderer's stamp and initials .. The Employer shall' adjust arithmetical or other errors made by the Tenderer in compiling his tender.. then the individual rates and / or prices shall be proportionally reduced such that the Contract Price of the awarded contract shall be the same as the Amount of Tender... or throughout that section of the Priced Scope of Works.... In addition. Where the total of arithmetical errors is such that the Amount of Tender would have been reduced. Article 37.. clarification or amendment made by the Engineer to a tender shall be stated to the Tenderer prior to award of the contract Where the Amount of Tender is computed by a Tenderer by making a lump sum adjustruent to the summed total of the Priced Bill of Quantities............... 1976. 6/5 '1 . Such proportionally adjusted rates and prices shall be those rates and prices used later during the currency of the contract to assess the value of variations to the contract and for the valuation of measured work done for interim payments. . CORRECTION TO AND CLARIFICATION OF TENDERS AFTER SUBMISSION Tenderers shall not be permitted to make corrections or amendments to their Tender for any reason whatsoever after the time and date fixed for the submission of the Tender. then the individual rates and / or prices shall each be corrected such that the Contract Price of the awarded contract shall be for the corrected and reduced amount J ] ] (b) All adjustruents will be carried out in full accordance with and as detailed in Law Number 8......

.] J J J J J J ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg..... etc. 8...... when the Contractor submits an invoice for the said Advance Payment and a Bank Guarantee for the Advance Payment.. However the Contractor is hereby informed and accepts that should the delay persist after the maximum penalty for delay has been reached then the Employer shall consider action in terms of Clause 63 of the General Conditions of Contract and reserves the right to expel the Contractor from the site without having to establish any other such form of default. ACCEPTANCE OR REJECTION OF TENDERS The Employer does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender and will not assign any reason for the rejection of any tender.. The Tenderer shall note that in accordance with Article 16 of Qatar Law Number 8 of 1976 the Employer has the right...... the successful Contractor will be required to provide a performance bond in accordance with Clause 10 of the Conditions of Contract.... 8/6 .................. Front-End INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS Tender A". ] ] ] ] ] ] 12. PERFORMANCE BOND Following the acceptance of his tender... The Employer will not be responsible for or pay any expenses or losses which may be incurred by any Tenderer in the preparation of his tender............. and prior to signing the Form of Agreement.. No alternative tender shall be considered unless the same Tenderer has also submitted a valid unqualified tender. by up to 20% of the Contract Sum.... ADVANCE PAYMENT The Contractor shall receive an Advance Payment Certificate for an amount 10% (Ten Percent) of the contract value..... . during the Contract Period.. J J '1 Tenderer's stamp and initials .. ] ] ] 11.... MAXIMUM PENALTY LIMIT AND EXCESSIVE DELAY The Contractor's attention is drawn to Clause 47 (1) (as amended) of the Conditions of Contract which states that the maximum penalty for Delay shall not exceed 10% of the total Contract sum or adjusted Contract Sum... to increase or decrease the Works in compliance with the Conditions of Contract.... 9........ "Alternative Tender B".. RIGHT TO VARY THE WORKS ] 10...... :...... Specimen Form of the Bank Guarantee for the Advance Payment is shown on Page C1l7. The style of this bond shall be set out as the Specimen Form of Performance Bond annexed to the said conditions.... Date : ...

.... and that any copies or reproductions of documents or drawings given to them are returned to the Tenderer..... B/7 ..] ] ] 13... It is the Tenderer's responsibility to ensure that any information disclosed to any subcontractors.. Date : . of the Tender Documents as no claim based on the lack or incompleteness of the Tender Documents will be admitted after the date and time fixed for the submission of Tenders... EXAMINING TENDER DOCUMENTS ] J ] ] ] ] Tenderers are advised to examine and thoroughly acquaint themselves with the contents of the Tender Documents and to take all further steps necessary to ascertain for themselves. .. alteration or addition to the Tender Documents (other than filling in blanks where intended for that purpose)............... CONFIDENTIALITY OF TENDER DOCUMENTS GR+1B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg.... Front -End INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS ] J J J ] ] 14..... liabilities..... Tender Documents and all matters and details in connection therewith remam highly confidential during and after tendering...... Except as herein before provided.. .. '" . suppliers or other persons concerned with the works as may be essential for the submission of a proper Tender..... responsibilities and risks imposed upon him by these Tender documents.... entirely at there own expense...... Drawings or information relating to the works may only be copied or conveyed by the Tenderer to his proposed sub-contractors. Tenderer's stamp and initials.... Tenderers are required to check against the relevant index/contents list to ensure and satisfy themselves that they are in possession of each and every page. suppliers or authorized third parties is treated as highly confidential by them.... Any mistake made when completing the Tender Documents but which is corrected before submission of the Tender must be initialled by the authorized principal signing the Tender...... any additional information necessary for sUbmitting a Tender and executing the Works.. drawing or information relating to the works shall not be copied or reproduced in any way or conveyed by the tenderer to any other third party without first obtaining the prior written authorization of the Employer.... Tenderers are reminded that their Tender must lump sum firm fixed prices and will not be liable to adjustment in the event of their failure to ascertain all information and to check and satisfy themselves as aforesaid.. 15.. ALTERATIONS TO TENDER DOCUMENTS J ] J ] ] ~l The Tenderer shall make no erasure. drawing and schedule. unless such alteration is made in accordance with an addendum issued as hereinafter described..... etc.. Submission of Tender shall be deemed to indicate the Tender has satisfy himself regarding and undertake to accept and comply with all the obligations..........

. the accessibility of the Site. the full extent and character of the Site and the nature of the ground. the availability of supplies of water and electricity for temporary lighting and power and of other services required in the execution of the Works and to ascertain all local conditions and restrictions and any other matters whatsoever affecting the Works and due allowance for the same is to be made in the pricing of the Bill of Quantities...... ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] 17....... '] B/8 .. materials and goods. plant....... Any such Addenda shall be construed as forming part of the Tender Documents and shall be incorporated into Contract Documents....... The Site is accepted as seen..... Acknowledgement of the circular notifying the Tenderer shall be made in the space provided on his Form of Tender. for use in the execution of the Works.. equipment.. Submission of a Tender shall be deemed to indicate that the Tenderer has satisfied himself fully regarding the foregoing and has made adequate provision in respect thereof in his pricing for all special restrictions and requirements of work within the boundary.. on and below the Site in question. SUFFICIENCY OF RESOURCES Tenderers are advised to ensure that they are thoroughly and completely familiar with the full extent and character of the Works and are to satisfY themselves as to the supply of and conditions affecting labour.. Arrangements for visiting the Site shall be made through the Engineer.......... 18...... etc.. J ] J J ] Tenderer's stamp and initials........ Date: ... the Employer (or the Engineer on his behalf) may issue addenda in writing to the Tenderers (by circular letter or facsimile) instructing them to delete.. VISITING THE SITE Tenderers are advised to visit the site and inspect the site entirely at their own expense and examine its physical conditions and the surroundings before submitting a Tender and to satisfY themselves as to the nature of the existing roads or other means of communication... vary or extend any item in or insert any additional item(s) into the Tender documents............. Front ./] ] ] 16........... The Contractor is deemed to have taken account of all things above.... ..... ADDENDA GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg... Submission of a Tender shall be deemed to indicate that the Tenderer is fully aware of and has made due allowance in pricing the Bills of Quantities for the aforementioned factors and either has satisfied himself that there are sufficient resources available or undertake to provide sufficient resources in order to complete the Works within the time for Completion....End INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS ] ] ] At any time prior to the date fixed for submission of the Tender..

which may rise in the procurement of labour...... B/9 .. MEMORANDUM OF PROCEDURE J ] Tenderers shall submit with their Tender a memorandum giving an outline of their general scheme of procedure together with a programme and timetable for the execution of the Works. regardless of whether or not some or all of such details were submitted prior to the acceptance of his Tender 21... nor will it imply approval of any proposal included in his Tender.. 20.. Tenderers must make full allowance for all and any difficulties..... showing the proposed order of procedure and method of carrying out the Works... which the Contractor will be obliged to furnish in accordance with Clause 14 of the Conditions of Contract and shall not be in lieu thereof..... Date : ...... a) b) The Tenderer must provide a Bar Chart with his Tender. Tenderer's stamp and initials .. the Contractor shall submit or re-submit full details for the approval of the Engineer of any portion of the Works which he proposes to sub-let and of all materials and goods (with samples) which he proposes to incorporate into the Works. After acceptance of his Tender.......... BILLS OF QUANTITIES ] ] J 'I The items of work and their respective descriptions and quantities (hereinafter collectively referred to as "the quantities') contained in the Bills of Quantities have generally been measured/taken from the drawings and specifications and have been included to assist the Tenderer in the preparation of his Tender... ....... ABILITY TO FULFILL CONTRACT The information supplied in the Memorandum of Procedure and Appendices to the FOTIn of Tender will be checked by the Employer if considered necessary and will be used in forming an assessment of a Tenderer's ability to carry out the works fully in accordance with the requirements of the Contract...... nor will be regarded as being acceptabl~ grounds for either additional payments over and above the Contract Price or variations to be issued under Clause 51 of the Conditions of Contract..... plant....... The memorandum shall be a preliminary...... The Tenderer must supply with his Tender a detailed Critical Path Programme for the execution of the work.... The acceptance of his Tender following such assessment will not relieve the Contractor of any of his obligations or liabilities under the terms of the Contract. J ] ] ] In preparing the Memorandum of Procedure and in assessing the costs of the resources ] ] J ] '] ] ] required to complete the Works within the Time for Completion.... materials and goods. outline version of that detailed programme... Front-End INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS J 19....... equipment.....] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg....... etc...... No difficulty that the Contractor may experience in obtaining any of the foregoing will be regarded as special circumstances fairly entitling the Contractor to an extension of time for the completion of the Works under Clause 44 of the conditions of Contract...

.. J ] ] ] J ] ] ] ] ] J ] ] ] ] ') Tenderer's stamp and initials..... Failure to comply with this requirement may render the Tender null and void....e........ adjustment due to variations being the only adjustment to the quantities which will be admitted in the calculations of the final contract Price: Each item of work in the Bills of quantities must be individually priced in the rate column... extended and brought to the total for the appropriate page......... QTEL.. 22.... Date : ... 8/10 ................. since the intention of Clause 55 of the Conditions of Contract is that no work will be re-measured...' KAH-RAMAA... Ministry of Municipal Affair and Agriculture...........) to enable the premises to receive the services connections and include all charges for the liaising and coordination with the respective Service Department!Authorities. Fire Department... The quantities shown in the Bills of Quantities must not be altered.......] J ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg.............. Civil Engineering Department etc.. SERVICES LIAISING AND APPROVALS Contractor has to obtain necessary approvals of the installations from the Government Service Department!Statutory bodies (i.. Front -End INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS J ] The accuracy of the Bills of Quantities is not guaranteed and Tenderers are strongly advised to check the quantities for themselves and to allow in their submitted rates as they consider necessary for any errors or omissions...... .....

.......... J ] J '] Tenderer's stamp and initials . Front-End INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS J J J J ] ] ] of SPECIMEN FORM OF TENDER BOND SHK........ upon Client's demand and notwithstanding any objection on the part of the said Messrs: J ] the aforesaid sum of QR _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .......................... Engineers & Planners P..J ] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg. ......... B/11 ........ Box 22235 Doha State of Qatar Dear Sirs... whichever date is earlier... Tender for: GR+ IB+M+ 1 SHOWROOM+OFFICE BUILDING We have the honour to inform you that we guarantee Messrs _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ J J ] ] for the amount of Qatar Riyals ( ....... we definitely undertake to deposit with the Client.. that is from to or such earlier time as a Performance Bond shall have been du1y provided by a Tenderer whose tender has been accepted and is subject to renewal by the Client without objection of Messrs ] ] In the event of Messrs: withdrawing their tender before the expiration of validity of the tender or failing to provide a Performance Bond within 28 days of being requested to do so By Client.....................O......(Qatar Riyals _ _ _ _ _ _---::-:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _only)..... ) in order to allow them to submit a tender for: GR+IB+M+1 SHOWROOM+OFFICE BUILDING This guarantee shall remain valid for a period of one hundred and twenty (120) days starting on the date fixed for the opening of tenders by the Client....... KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THANI C/o... Date : ......... Diwan AI-Emara Architects...........

] J ] ] J J J J ] SECTION C CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT J J ] J ] J ] ] ] J --] -1 .

. construct. Sub-Clause (n) and (0) shall be added to Clause 1 (1) as follows:(n) "Ministry of Public Works" means the previous Ministry within the Govermnent abolished under Emiri Order No. ...... 1 for 1992 and subsequently amalgamated with the Ministry of Industry and Public Works... -"Ministry of Public Works" means the previous Ministry within the Govermnent replaced under Emiri Order No..... KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THANI and notified in writing to the Contractor to act as Engineer for the purpose of the Contract in place of the Engineer as designated. KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THAN I (elsewhere referred to as the Employer) who has called for Tenders to build.. Box 38...Conditions of Particular Application as detailed hereafter.. erect or deliver the Works and who will employ the Contractor... ) ...... The General Conditions of Contract are amended and complemented by Part II ... Date : ....GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT The Conditions of Contract shall be the General Conditions of Contract prepared by the Ministry of Public Works...3 for 1989 by the Ministry of Industry and Public Works. Clause 6(2) .. Front .CONDITIONS OF PARTICULAR APPLICATION Clause ] ] ] ] ] ] 1 (1) ....Language Delete Clause 6( 1) All documents shall be rendered in English & Arabic Language. State of Qatar... Planners & Engineers or an Engineer appointed from time to time by Shk......End J ] PART 1 .......... Delete Sub-Clause 1 (1) (c) and substitute the following:(c) "Engineer" means Diwan EI-Emara Architect...O... PART II ..Documents Mutually Explanatorv Tenderer's stamp and initials ..........................Definitions Delete sub-clause 1 (1) (a) and substitute the following:(a) All reference to the Govermnent in these conditions shall mean Shk. P.. Doha..J J GR+1 B+M+1" Showroom+Office Bldg... Delete Sub-clause 1(d) of Clause 1 and substitute the following in lieu thereof: (d) "Engineer's Representative" means any assistant of or to the Engineer appointed from time to time by the Employer or the Engineer to perform the duties set forth in Clause 2 hereof whose authority must be notified in writing to the Contractor by the Engineer...... J ] ] J ] J ] (0) Clause 6(1) .. C/1 J J ] .....

The submission to and approval· by the Engineer or the Engineer's Representative of such supplementary drawings or information shall not relieve the Contractor of any of his duties or responsibilities under the Contract.......... 'as-built' survey drawings technical data...] J J ] ] ] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Front-End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT Except if and to the extent otherwise provided by the Contract the provisions of these Conditions of Contract shall prevail over those of any other document forming part of the Contract and the provisions of the Details shown on the Drawings shall prevail over the Specifications and the provisions of the Drawings and the Specifications shall prevail over the descriptions given in the Bills of Quantities....... . etc. The Contractor shall furnish the Engineer free of cost with any such supplementary drawings or information which the Contractor may have prepared in accordance with Clause 7(1) hereof.. to be provided by the Contractor (Cont'd) Add the following new Clause 7(3): ] J Tenderer's stamp and initials..... to be provided by the Contractor Add the following new Clause 7(3): The Contractor shall prepare and make all detailed shop drawings. Date : ..........Custody of Drawings Delete Clause 7(2) and substitute the following: One copy of the Drawings furnished to the Contractor as aforesaid and one copy of all supplementary documents as Clause 7(3) hereof shall be kept by the Contractor on the site and the same shall at all reasonable times be available for inspection and use by the Engineer and the Engineer's Representative and by any other person authorised by the Engineer in writing.............. C/2 .. detail sketches or other supplementary information which the Contractor shall be stipulated to prepare in accordance with the Specification or other Contract Documents.... Subject to the foregoing the several documents forming the Contract are to be taken as mutually explanatory of one another but in case of ambiguities or discrepancies which the Contractor did not and had reason not to anticipate then the same shall be explained and adjusted by the Engineer who shall thereupon issne to the Contractor instructions directing in· what manner the work is to be carried out....... Provided always that if in the opinion of the Engineer compliance with any such instructions shall involve the Contractor in any expense which by reason of any such ambiguity or discrepancy the Contractor did not and had reason not to anticipate the Engineer shall certifY and the Employer shall pay such additional sum as may be reasonable to cover such expense. iJ ] ] ] Clause 7(2) .....Drawings....... ] ] ] Clause 7(3) ..... ] ] ] ] ] Clause 7(3) ...... working drawings......... as-built record drawings...... etc. .......Drawings.....

........... Date : .J J J J ] ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Front -End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT All 'as-built' record and 'as-built' survey drawings shall be supplied by the Contractor on polyester film or other durable and easily reproducible medium approved by the Engineer........ When approved this progranune shall then form part of the Contract Documents..Performance Bond Delete Clause 10 and substitute the following: The Contractor shall within 28 days from the notification of acceptance of his tender and prior to signing the Contract Agreement obtain the guarantee of a Bank to be jointly and severally bound with·the Contractor to the Employer in the sum state in the Tender and the Appendix thereto for the... The Contractor shall submit the revised programme within the time specified by the Engineer and to his approval. (10) of 1990 concerning the organisation of Tenders and Public Auction................ two (2) sets of asbuilt negative drawings and three (3) copies of all contractor supplier information which is required to be furnished to the Engineer for his approval........... Failure to furnish the required Performance Bond within the specified time shall result in the Employer exercising its right to cancel the tender and confiscate the tender bond in addition to the penalties provided by Article 44 of Law No. A Bond provided by an insurance company shall not be acceptable to the Employer.... The Performance Bond shall remain valid from the date of signature of the Contract until ninety (90) days after the end of the Maintenance Period and shall be extendable on the demand of the Employer without regard to any objection from the Contractor if the works are incomplete by the prescribed completion date.. Clause 14 ....... ...Programme to be Furnished Add the following new paragraph: The Engineer may direct the Contractor to revise the programme to take due account of all factors affecting the progress of the Works. C/3 .. Such approval will not relieve the Contractor of any of his duties or responsibilities under the contract.....Clause 11 .Inspection of Site Add the following sentences to Clause 11: No claims will be considered on the grounds oflack of information thereof...... ....... J J J J J J ] ] J ] ] ] J J Tenderer's stamp and initials . The said Bank shall be a bank with a registered office in Qatar...... (8) of 1976 as amended by Law No...... Clause 10 .......... due performance of the Contract under the terms of a Bond and the said Bank and the terms of the said Bond shall be such as shall be approved by the Employer and the obtaining of such Guarantee and the cost of the Bond to be so entered into shall be at the expense in all respects of the Contractor unless the Contract otherwise provides..

.. J ] ] J J J "1 In the event of the Contractor's non-compliance with this clause a penalty of Qrs... plant...... The Engineer is entitled to have such clearance carried out by others and to deduct such costs from any monies due or which may become due to the Contractor... Clause 25(3) ... Persons or companies not entered in the register are not permitted to carry on business. C/4 ...... the Contractor shall comply with the Register of Commerce Regulations or any Regulation or Ordinance having the force of law in Qatar for the time being amending or reenacting the same under which all persons and companies engaged in business in Qatar are required to be registered in the Register of Commerce..'] J ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Front-End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT Clause 15 ........Register of Commerce Add the following new Clause 26 (3): Without the prejudice to the generality of sub-clauses (1) and (2) hereof and following award of the Contract to him.. constantly on the Works a Penalty of QR.......Contractors Superintendence Add the following new paragraph: In the event of the Contractor not providing an approved Agent or Representative..... the insurance shall be effected by the Contractor with one of the following Qatari Insurance Companies: (I) (ii) (iii) (iv) The Qatar Insurance Company The Qatar General Insurance and Reinsurance Company Al Khaleej Insurance Company Any other approved Qatari insurance company.............. 1000/....00 shall be applied for each period that such an approved Agent or Representative is not provided... Date : ..000.... J ] ] ] ] ] ] J J J ] Clause 26(3) . Clause 33(3) ..per day will be imposed.. 23 and 24 hereof require certain insurances to be effected with an insurer approved by the Employer or where any other insurance is required to be effected under the terms of the contract.........Cleaning the Works Add the following new Clauses 33(3): The Contractor is required to clear all materials. .... of the standard submitted in the Form of Tender Appendix C.Insurer to be Approved Add the following new Clause 25(3): Whereas Clauses 21... and rubbish and building debris of any nature within 15days after completion of the Works and to transport such rubbish and debris to a location designated by the relevant Municipality........ Tenderer's stamp and initials ......... 7......

................] J ] ] ] GR+1B+M+1 Showroom+Office'Bldg Front-End .Housing.. J 1 ] ] ] ] ] (c) Clause 41 ... the whole of the works shall be completed within the time stated in the tender or such extended time as may be allowed under Clause 44 hereof...Time for Completion Delete Clause 43 and substitute following: Subject to any requirement in the specification as to completion of any portion of the works before completion of the whole.... or other special circumstances unless the Contractor has within 28 days after such work has been commenced or in such circumstances have arisen or as soon thereafter as is practicable delivered to the Engineer's Representative full and detailed J ] ] ] ] J J J Tenderer's stamp and initials........... Regulations and Bye-Laws in force in the district and to the approval of the appropriate Government Authorities.................. Clause 43 . Provided that the Engineer is not bound to take into account any extra or additional work...Commencement of Works Delete Clause 41 and substitute the following: The Contra~tor shall commence the works on site on the date stated in the formal Contract Agreement and shall proceed with the same with due expedition and without delay except as may be expressly sanctioned or ordered by the Engineer or be wholly beyond the Contractor's control. Clause 34 (14) ........ Laws. Ordinances...... Delete Clause 34 (14) and substitute the following: (a) (b) The Contractor is responsible for transportation of his workmen to and from the site....... Date : .. The Contractor is responsible for all arrangements for his workmen and everything concerning the procurement and employment oflabour. C/5 ... the last Payment Certificate shall be withheld until the Contractor submits a Certificate from the relevant Municipality or Authority stating that he has cleared the site...... The Contractor shall be required to provide and maintain at his own cost all camps and housing to accommodate properly his personnel and labour for the period of the Contract having due regard for the Statutes. Water etc. ..... Clause 44 .....Extension of Time for Completion Delete Clause 44 and substitute the following: Should the amount of extra or additional work of any kind or other special circumstances of any kind whatsoever which may occur (other than through a default of the Contractor) be such as fairly to entitle the: Contractor to an extension of time for the completion of the work the Engineer shall determine the amount of such extension.CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT In addition to such penalty...... Such camps and housing shall not be permitted to be erected on the site...

....... C/6 . Clause 45 ................."Not applicable" Clause 47 ............. Clause 47(3) . The Employer may without prejudice to any other method of recovery deduct the amount of such penalty from any monies due or which may become due to the Contractor....... The Employer may without pnjudice to any other method of recovery deduct the amount of such Damages from any monies in its hands due or which may become due to the Contractor..No Night or Friday work Clause 45 ......] ] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Front-End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT J ] ] particulars of any claim to extension of time to which he may consider himself entitled in order that such claim may be investigated at the time...... Clause 47(2) ...... The payment or deduction of such penalty shall not relieve the Contractor from his obligation to complete the Works or from any other of his obligations and liabilities under the Contract....Consultants Fees for Delayed Completion In addition to the penalty for delay as described in Clause 47(1) hereof the Contractor will be Liable for the full costs of any additional fees payable by the Employer to the Consultant engaged by Employer for this Contract and are payable as a result of the Contractor failing to Complete the Works Within the time prescribed by Clause 43 hereof or any extended time granted under Clause 44 hereof....Liquidated Damages Delete Clause 47 entirely and substitute the following: Clause 47 (1) Penalty for Delay If the Contractor shall fail to complete the whole of the Works or any section of the Works for which a particular time for completion is provided in the Contract within the time prescribed by Clause 43 hereof or extended time then the Contractor shall pay to the Employer the sum stated in the Tender as a penalty for such default for every day or part of a day which shall elapse between the time prescribed by Clause 43 hereof or extended time as the case may be and the date of completion of the Works...... The said penalty shall be payable by the sole fact of the delay without any previous notice or recourse to legal proceedings and without having to establish that damage was sustained which shall in all cases be considered as ascertained........ Date : . J J J ] ] J J ] ] ] J ] J J Tenderer's stamp and initials ..............Reduction of Penalty If before the completion of the whole of the Works any part of the Works has been certified by the Engineer as completed pursuant to Clause 48 hereof and occupied or used by the Employer the penalty for delay shall for any period of delay after such certification be reduced in proportion which the value of the part so certified bears to the value of the whole of the Works as from the date of completion or occupation of such part....... .

. it shall nonetheless be deemed both that the full value of that item of work was included in the Tender and that it is work which is required to be executed by the Contractor in fulfilment of his obligations under the Contract. Clause 55 ......... Where an item of work included in the Bill of Quantities is described therein in more detail and/or is specified to a higher standard/value than that which is indicated in the Specification and/or on the Drawings.... it shall be deemed both that due allowance for the full value of that item of work as described in the Bill of Quantities was included in the Tender and that it is work which is required to be executed by the Contractor in fulfilment of his obligations under the Contract.. the quantities set out in the Bill of Quantities against the descriptions for items of work shall be deemed to be the actual and correct quantities of the work to be executed by the Contractor in fulfilment of his obligations under the Contract............. it shall be deemed both that the full value of that item of work as described in the Bill of Quantities was included in the Tender and that it is work which is required to be executed by the Contractor in fulfilment of his obligations under the Contract.] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Front -End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT J J ] ] ] The payment of such costs shall not relieve the Contractor from his obligations to complete the Works or from any other of his obligations and liabilities under the Contract...........Quantities J ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] '- Delete Clause 55 and substitute the following in lieu thereof:(1) Except as provided for under Clause 51 and 58 (1) hereof and subject to sub-clause (6) of this Clause... G/7 . Where an item of work is indicated in the Specification and/or on the Drawings but has not been included or referred to in any way in the Bill of Quantities............ .Daywork under Variation Orders Delete Clause 51 (5) entirely Clause 52 .Claims The contractor shall send to the Engineer once in every month an account giving particulars (as full and detailed as possible) of all claims for any additional expense to which the Contractor may consider himself entitled which he has executed during the preceding month and no claim form payment for any such work will be considered which has not been included in such particulars. Any error or omission in such quantities shall not in any way vitiate or invalidate the Contract nor be grounds for adjustment of the Contract Price................ Clause 51 (5) . Provided always that the Engineer shall be entitled to authorise payment to be made for any such work notwithstanding the Contractor's failure to comply with this condition if the Contractor has at the earliest practicable opportunity notified the Engineer that he intends to make a claim for such work.. Date : ..... (2) (3) '] (4) J J ] 'J Tenderer's stamp and initials ................... Where an item of work has been included in the Bill of Quantities but neither the Specification nor the Drawings indicate that such an item is required.........

. to be measured Delete Clause 56(1) and substitute the following: The Engineer shall ascertain by admeasurement or other means for the purpose of Variations and Interim Payments only. (4) and (5) of this Clause arising.... ......... the value in accordance with the Contract of Work done or omitted as provided for under Clause 51 and 58(1) hereof... Should the Contractor not attend or neglect or omit to send such agent then the measurement made by the Engineer or approved by him shall be taken to be the correct measurement of the work.. CIS ......... He shall when he requires any part or parts of the Works to be measured give notice to the Contractor's authorised agent or representative who shall forthwith attend or send a qualified agent to assist the Engineer or the Engineer's Representative in making such measurement and shall furnish all particulars required by either of them.......... (3)... In the event of any of the occurrences described under sub-clauses (2)....... If after examination of such records and drawings the Contractor does not agree the same or does not sign the same as agreed they shall nevertheless be taken to be correct unless the Contractor shall within 14 days of such examination lodge with the Engineer's Representative for decision by the Engineer notice in writing of the respects in which such records and drawings are claimed by him to be incorrect..... Contractor not attend or neglect or omit to send such agent then the measurement made by the Engineer or approved by him shall be taken to be the correct measurement of the work...... the highest standard/value indicated for that item of work shall be deemed both to have been included in the Tender and to be work which is required to be executed by the Contractor in fulfilment of his obligations under the Contract... the same shall not vitiate or invalidate the Contract but shall be treated as an ambiguity or discrepancy and shall be explained and adjusted by the Engineer as set out in Clause 6 hereof and the Engineer may make any variation as set out in Clause 51 hereof that may in his opinion be necessary in respect of such ambiguity or discrepancy............................. Date : ...Foundations Delete Clause 56 (2) and substitute the following: In the case of foundation works or where the Engineer considers it necessary the Contractor shall before the surface of any portion of the ground is interfered with or the work is put in hand in conjunction with the Engineer examine the Site and the plans and sections of the work and take ] ] ] ] ] I ] J J J J J j '1 Tenderer's stamp and initials .....Variations etc.. ] ] (6) ] ] Clause 56(1) ... Clause 56(2) ... For the purpose of measuring such permanent work as is to be measured by records and drawings the Engineer's Representative shall prepare records and drawings month by month of such work and the Contractor as and when called upon to do so in writing shall within 14 days attend to examine and agree any such records and drawings with the Engineer's Representative and shall sign the same when so agreed and if the Contractor does not so attend to examine and agree any such records and drawings they shall be taken to be correct.......] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Front -End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT ] ] (5) Where the Specification and/or Drawings indicate a higher standard/value for an item of work than that which is indicated in the Bill of Quantities.

......Special Risks J Tenderer's stamp and initials.Payment of Retention Money ... J J ] ] J ] Clause 65 ........... as modified expressly by implication 6fthe preambles or item descriptions. Such agreement shall be recorded in writing and shall be signed by the Contractor and by the Engineer.. Date : .. if the contractor is not a national company the final payment shall not be released unless the contractor submits a tax clearance certificate from the "income tax department" of the ministry of finance...................l J J J GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Front-End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT such additional levels or other measurements as may be necessary and shall agree as to the surface levels etc.......... with the Engineer....... provided that the Contractor has provided an on Demand Bank Guarantee for the full amount of retention.. Clause 60(8) ..... State of Qatar. Delete clause 60 (3) in its entirety and add the following paragraph: The whole of the retention money will be released upon issue of the Certificate of Substantial Completion.. .Time for Payment J J ] J J J Delete Clause 60(4) and substitute the following: Payment upon each of the Engineer's Interim Certificate shall be made by the Employer to the Contractor within the time stated in the Tender after such certificate has been delivered to the Employer. Clause 57 (1) .... economy and trade with respect to the contract agreement.... The bank Guarantee will be released at the end of the maintenance period provided that any defects identified have been made good to the satisfaction of the Engineer.............Method of Measurement J J ] Delete Clause 57(1) and substitute the following: The Bills of Quantities have been prepared generally in accordance with the Standard \method of measurement of\building Works date 28 February 1973 (25th Muharram 1393) and issued by the Ministry of Public Works.... Clause 60 (3)ea) ... C/g ........Final Account Delete reference to "28 days" after certificate by the Engineer and Receipt of Tax &Customs clearance In application to the decree no. 11 0 of the year 1993 concerning income tax and the circulars implementing it... Clause 60(4) ....

....] ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Front-End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT ] Clause 65- Notwithstanding anything in the Contract contained:- J J~ No Liability for War...................... Projectile Missile etc (3) Destruction damage or illJUry or loss of life caused by the explosion or impact whenever and wherever occurring of any mine bomb shell grenade or other projectile missile munitions or explosive of war shall be deemed to be a consequence of the said special risks.... For the purpose of this clause the expression "Property of the Contractor" shall include any plant brought on to the Site by the Contractor the property in which under the terms of Clause 53 hereof is deemed to become the property of the Government...... Date : ....... etc........ by Special Risks J J J ] J J J J J J J ] ] (2) If the Works or Temporary Works or any materials (whether for the former or the latter) on or near or in transit to the Site shall sustain destruction or damage by reason of any of the said special risks the Contractor shall nevertheless be entitled to payment for any permanent work and for any materials so destroyed or damage and the Contractor shall be entitled to be paid by the Government the cost of making good any such destruction or damage whether to the Works or the Temporary Works and of replacing or making good such materials so far as may be required by the Engineer or as may be necessary for the completion of the Works on a prime costs basis plus such profit as the Engineer may certify to be reasonable...... ............ Risks (1) The Contactor shall be under no liability whatsoever whether by way of indemnity or otherwise for or in respect of destruction of or damage to the Works (save to work condemned under the provisions of Clause 39 hereof prior to the occurrence of any special risk hereinafter mentioned) or Temporary Works or to property whether of the Government of third parties or for or in respect of injury or loss of life which is the consequence whether direct or indirect of war hostilities (whether war be declared or not) invasion act of foreign enemies rebellion revolution insurrection or military or usurped power civil war or (otherwise than among the Contractor's own employees) riot commotion or disorder (hereinafter comprehensively referred to as "the said special risks") and the Government shall indemnify and save harmless the Contractor against and from the same and against and from all claims demands proceedings damages costs charges and expenses whatsoever arising thereout or in connection therewith and shall compensate the Contractor for any loss of or damage to property of the Contractor used or intended to be used for the purpose of the Works (including property in transit to the Site) and occasioned either directly or indirectly by said special risks........... C/10 .. J J 'I Tenderer's stamp and initials.................... Damage to Works etc...

C/11 ........... Date : ...........l ] ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Front -End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT Increased Costs arising from Special Risks (4) The Government shall repay to the Contractor any increased cost of or incidental to the execution of the Works (other than such as may be attributable to the cost of reconstructing work condemned under the provisions of Clause 39 hereof prior to the occurrence of any special risk) which is howsoever attributable to or consequent on or the result of or in any way whatsoever connected with the said special risks (subject however to the provisions in this clause hereinafter contained in regard to outbreak of war) but the Contractor shall as soon as any such increase of cost shall come to his knowledge forthwith notify the Engineer thereof in writing........................ ] ] ] ] ] ! ] Outbreak of War (5) If during the currency of the Contract there shall be an outbreak of war (whether war is declared or not) in any part of the world which whether financially or otherwise materially affects the execution of the Works the Contractor shall unless and until the Contract is terminated under the provisions in this clause contained use his best endeavors to complete the execution of the Works provided always that the Government shall be entitled at any time after such outbreak of war to terminate this Contract by giving notice in writing to the Contractor and upon such notice being given this Contract shall (save as to the rights of the parties under this clause and to the operation of Clause 67 hereof) terminate but without prejudice to the rights of either party in respect of any antecedent breach thereof........... ] ] J J J J ] ] Payment if Contract Terminated (7) If the Contract shall be terminated as aforesaid the Contractor shall be paid by the Government (in so far as such amount or items shall not have already been covered by payments on account made to the Contractor) for all work executed prior to the date of termination at the rates and prices provided in the Contract and in addition:(a) The amounts payable in respect of any preliminary items so far as the work or service comprised... (b) The cost of materials or goods reasonably ordered for the Works or Temporary Works which shaH have been delivered to the Contractor or of which the Tenderer's stamp and initials ... ] ] (6) Removal of Plant on Termination If the Contract shall be terminated under the provisions of the last preceding subClause the Contractor shall with all reasonable dispatch remove from the Site all Constructional Plant and shall give similar event of any failure so to do the Government shall have the like powers as are contained in Clause 53 (8) hereof in regard to failure to remove Construction Plant on completion of the Works but subject to the'same condition as is contained in Clause 53 (9) hereof...... therein has been carried out or performed and a proper proportion as certified by the Engineer of any such items the work or service comprised in which has been partially carried......... out or performed...... ....................

.....Settlement of Disputes . "" ........ ... " . " .. .. C/12 .... .. (C) A sum to be certified by the Engineer being the amount of any expenditure reasonably incurred by the Contractor in the expectation of completing the whole of the Works in so far as such expenditure shall not have been covered by the payments in this sub-clause before mentioned....Litigation Delete Clause 67 and substitute as per the Article No..."..". If the Contract shall be terminated as aforesaid the sum payable by the Employer to the Contractor in respect of work executed shall be the same as that which would have been payable under Clause 65 hereof if the Contract had been terminated under the provisions of Clause 65 hereof. Provided always that against any payments due from the Government under this sub-clause the Government shall be entitled to be credited with any outstanding balances due from the Contractor for advance in respect of plant and materials and any sum previously paid by the Government to the Contractor in respect of the execution of the Works........ Date : " ......Termination of the Contract by the Employer J ] ] J ] J ] ] Re-number Clause 66 "Payment in Event of Frustration" as Clause 66(1) Add the following new Clause 66(2): The Employer shall be entitled at any time during the currency of the Contract to terminate this Contract by giving notice in writing to the Contractor and upon such notice being given this Contract shall (save as to the rights of the parties under this Clause and to the operation of Clause 67 hereof).. .. " . (d) Any additional sum payable under the provisions of sub-clause (I) (2) and (4) of this clause.. (e) The reasonable cost of removal under sub-clause (6) of this clause and (if required by the Contractor) return thereof to the Contractor's main plant yard or to any other destination at no greater cost (f) The reasonable cost of repatriation of all the Contractor's staff and workmen employed on or in connection with the Works at the time of such termination. "..... 47 of Arabic Condition: J J J J ] J '] ....J J J J ] ] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Front-End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT Contractor is legally liable to accept delivery (such materials or goods becoming the property of the Government upon such payment being made by him). terminate but without prejudice to the rights of either party in respect of any antecedent breach thereof....... Clause 67 ... Tenderer's stamp and initials .. .. . ...'.. Clause 66 .

.... J J J J ] Tenderer's stamp and initials ....... C/13 '1 . Clause 68(4) .. (2) (3) J ] ] (5) (4) J J ] Clause 68(3) . abandonment or breach of the Contract. Any such reference as aforesaid shall not in any way vitiate not invalidate the Contract neither shall it be grounds for the Contractor to cease work nor for the employer to terminate the employment of the Contractor under the Contract and the Contractor shall proceed with the Works with all due diligence.....................Service of Notice on Engineer's Representative Add the following new Clause 68(4): Any notice to be given to the Engineer's Representative under the terms of the Contract shall be served by sending the same by post to or leaving the same at the Engineer's Representative's office in Doha.. All such reference as aforesaid shall be governed by the Law of Qatar.. whichever is the earlier.................. ....Service of Notices on the Engineer Delete Clause 68(3) and substitute the following: Any notice to be given to the Engineer under the terms of the Contract shall be served by sending the same by post to or leaving the same at the Engineer's office in Doha.. If the Engineer fails to give a written notice of his decision in accordance with Sub-Clause (1) of this Clause within sixty days or if either the Employer or the Contractor has reason to dispute the Engineer's decision the Employer of the Contractor may refer the dispute to the arbitration providing that fifteen days written notice has been given to the Engineer of the intention to do so................ Date : ..................... The Contractor may only refer the matter in dispute to the arbitration up to a date not later than six months from the date of issue to the Maintenance Certificate termination.~] l GR+1B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Front-End o o J ] ] CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT (1) If any dispute or difference shall arise between the Employer or the Engineer and the Contractor in connection with or arising out of the Contract or the execution of the Works (during the progress of the Works and before the termination or abandonment of the Contract) it shall in the first place be referred to and settled by the Engineer who shall within a period of sixty days after being reqnested by either party to do so give written notice of his decision to the Employer and the Contractor... Save as hereinafter provided such decision in respect of every matter so referred shall be final and binding upon the Employer and the Contractor until the completion of the Iworks and shall forthwith be given effect to by the Contractor who shall proceed with the Works with all due diligence whether or not he or the Employer requires to refer such dispute or difference to the arbitration as hereinafter provided and shall be settled according to Qatari Law....

.......................Adjustment of Contract Price in respect of Labour Delete Clause 70 entirely....Default of Employer Delete Clause 69 and substitute the following: (I) In the event of the Employer: (a) (b) Failing to pay the Contractor the amount due under any certificate of the Engineer within the time stated in the Contract. or Interfering with or obstructing the issue of any such certificate J J ] J J J J J ] ] ] ] ] :] The Contractor shall be entitled without prejudice to any other rights or remedies to refer such matter to the arbitration as per Article No..J GR+18+tv1+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Front-End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT J Clause 69 ... (2) Such notice shall be given not later than 28 days after the occurrence of either even referred to in Sub-Clause (I) hereof or as soon thereafter as is practicable...... ... unless notice of termination has already been given................ 47 of Arabic Conditions by giying notice in writing to the Employer of his intention to take such action......... and the Contractor shall resume nonnal working as soon as is reasonably possible All matters so referred shall be governed by the Qatari law and will take place in the State of Qatar.............23 If the Contractor Suspends work or reduces the rate of work.... (3) (4) (4) Clause 70 .... and the Employer subsequently pays the amount due in respect of such delayed payment........ C/14 ... The Contractor must refer the matter to the either during the execution of the Works or not later than twelve months after the date of the Maintenance Certificate.. Date : ...... ] ] J Tenderer's stamp and initials ...

.... Date : .. IT IS NOW AGREED in the terms that follow that the Contractor shall execute and complete the works for the said total Contract Price and that the Works shall commence upon commencement of pile cutting and shall complete within 19 months thereafter or other such date as may be ascertained in accordance with the Conditions of Contract.................... 1) The Contract shall comprise this Agreement and attached appendix together with the following documents: J J ] ] ] ] a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) Form Of tender Instruction to Tenderers Conditions Of Contract Form Of Agreement Appendix to Form Of Agreement The Specifications The drawings As listed In the Specification The Priced Bill Of Quantities The following Letters/faxes :- A/1-A/10 B/1-B/11 C/1-C/22 C/15-C/17 C/18..?ontractor lump sum price........ The Provisional Sum for MEP shall exclude the mark-up for profit.: (hereinafter called "The Contractor") of the other part.. overheads and attendance by the Main Contractor in accordance with this Form of Agreement as these mark-ups are included in the main ....... Front-End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT FORM OF AGREMENT Reference No: DIW-103 This Agreement made the: _ _ _ __ BETWEEN: SHK....... J J J J J J J ] ] WHEREAS the Employer is desirous that certain Works should be executed viz: completion of design.. --------------------............. construction commissioning and maintenance of (GR+1B+M+1 STOREY SHOWROOM+OFFICE BUILDING AT GHARAFA) AND WHEREAS the Employer and the Contractor have agreed that the total Lump Sum Contract Price for the Works shall be QR.................C/19 I J ~l Tenderer's stamp and initials ....... CJ15R ..J J J J GR+18+M+1 ShowfQom+Office Bldg.. ...... KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THANI (hereinafter called "The Employer") of the one part and Messrs...(Qatari Riyals ---------------------------) or such other sum as may be ascertained in accordance with the Conditions of Contract... In this Agreement words and expressions shall have the same meaning as are respectively assigned to them in the Conditions of Contract hereinafter referred to....

..... 4) In consideration of the execution....... the Contractor hereby covenants with the Employer to execute.. complete and maintain the Works in conformity in all respects with the provisions of the Contract....~ GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg. words and figures of this Agreement shall prevail over those in any of the Documents............. :. . J J J ] Tenderer's stamp and initials . 1) In the case of any ambiguity or discrepancy between this Agreement and these documents then the provisions....... Front -End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT J J Communication Type / Reference J J J J J J J ] All these documents constitute an integral part of the contract.... 2) J J J ] 3) In consideration of the payments to be made by the Employer to the Contractor as hereinafter mentioned....................... completion and maintenance of the Works the Employer hereby covenants to pay the Contractor the Contract Price at the times and in the manner prescribed.. In the case of an internal ambiguity between the documents they shall be construed in the order given above................] J . and are deemed to be complementary to each other. Date : ....... C/16R '1 .............

............ C/17R .... ....................................] J J ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg.... Date : ..................... ......this Agreement for and on behalf of the Employer duly authorized to sign this Agreement for and on behalf of the Contractor WITNESSED by: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Printed Name WITNESSED by ~___________ Printed Name Signature Signature ] J J J J Tenderer's stamp and initials .. Front-End CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT IN WITNESS whereof the parties hereto have hereunto set their respective hands the day and year first above written: - J EMPLOYER CONTRACTOR ] ] SIGNED by: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Printed Name SIGNED by: _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Printed Name J J J J ] ] Signature Signature duly authorized to sign...............

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for the payment of which sum the Contractor and the Surety bind themselves, their successors and assigns jointly and severally by these presents. WHEREAS the Contractor by an Agreement made between the Employer of the one part and the Contractor of the other part has entered into a Contract (hereinafter called "the said Contract") for the construction, completion and maintenance of certain Works as therein mentioned in conformity with the provisions of the said Contract. NOW THE CONDITION of the above written Bond is such that the foregoing amount is payable by the Surety to the Employer upon the first written demand of the Employer stating that the Contractor has failed to fulfil the terms of the said Contract. This Guarantee is valid up to and including --:-::-:-:--=-:-::-::-::----:--====--=20____ (VALIDITY PERIOD SHALL EXTEND TO NINETY (90) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF THE MAINTENANCE CERTIFICATE).

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.. Equijlment and Air Conditioning of Residential and Commercial Buildings....... Doha... notices and circulars: (a) The Qatar Construction Specification ("QCS") published by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Agriculture.. (6) of the year 1987 and all subsequent amendments concerning Materials.. Front-End SPECIFICATION PART 1...O....... regulations.. The Survey Manual prepared by the Survey Section of the Ministry of Public Works.... Doha.. and Equipment from Qatar or other CCASG countries obtainable from Government House.. (10) of the year 1990 concerning the Organisation of Tenders and Public Auctions.. The Code of Practice and Specifications for Trench works in the Highway prepared by the Ministry of Public Works... (30) of the year 2002 and all subsequent amendments concerning Protection of the Environment.. Any current and relevant regulation.. State of Qatar Law No..... obtainable from Government House. Qatar... J J (b) (c) J ] (d) (e) (f) ] ] ] ] ] (g) (h) G) J ] ] ] ] (k) (I) Tenderer's stamp and initials. NOTICES AND CIRCULARS A The Works shall be executed in accordance with the following Government specifications.......... fifth re-issue dated June 1986 prepared by the Ministry of Electricity and Water. Any local Municipality regulations..... the Ministry of Electricity and Water or the appropriate local Municipality prior to the date of the letter of invitation to Tender..... REGULATIONS. Box 41.... State of Qatar Law No............ Doha.. The Regulations for the Installation of Electrical Wiring..... The Qatar Traffic Manual prepared by the Ministry of Public Works.. obtainable from Government House.. 1999... notice or circular issued by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Agriculture (including the previous Ministry of Public Works and the previous Ministry of Industry & Public Works).. P......... (8) of the year 1976 and all subsequent amendments including Law No.. The Guide for Civil Users of Explosives in Qatar prepared by the Ministry of Public Works.J J ] GR+1 S+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg. Date : ... 0/1 . ..GENERAL SPECIFICATION J ] ] GOVERNMENT PUBLISHED SPECIFICATIONS.... Doha.. State of Qatar Law No.

. J ] 1 ..... by the Contractor have been reinstated or protected to the satisfaction of the Survey Section.... J J ] Tenderer's stamp and initials ....... On the practical completion of the Works the Survey Section will issue a certificate stating that all survey marks. In the event of failure to comply with the requirements of this Clause the Government. These Government specifications. regulations. may deduct the costs of any remedial work after the practical completion date.... carried out by Survey Section from any monies in its hands due or which become due to the Contractor.. regulations..... notices and circulars given at (a) to (g) above... PART 2 ............ NOTICES AND CIRCULARS B The Contractor shall be deemed to have his own copy of the Government specifications.J ] ] ] without prejudice to any other method of recovery...FOREWORD 1......01 Oatar Construction Specification All work to be executed under this contract shall be carried out in accordance with the Qatar Construction Specification latest edition amplified or amended by the following Project Specification. Front-End SPECIFICATION PART I ... The Contractor shall be responsible for the protection of the Survey marks.. In the case of any ambiguity or discrepancy the provisions of the Project Specification shall prevail over the provisions of the Government published specifications... and for re-surveying the point using survey companies approved by the Survey Section...... within the boundaries of the site.. for the duration ofthe contract period..GENERAL SPECIFICATION (Continued) GOVERNMENT PUBLISHED SPECIFICATIONS. notices and circulars are amended and complemented by "Part 2 . 0/2 .. C D E J ] The Contractor shall consult the Survey Section of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Agriculture prior to any earth or other works to determine if the work is likely to disturb survey marks.............. and shall be liable for all costs of any remedial work required by the Survey Section... If Survey Section require a survey mark to be moved the Contractor will be responsible for recreating the survey mark to any approved design and specification... Date: .. ..Project Specification" as detailed hereafter.J J J J J J J J J GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg.... REGULATIONS... whether disturbed or otherwise..........PROJECT SPECIFICATION SECTION I .......

... However..... .. site access and availability of services... Bills of Ouantities The Contractor shall price each individual item in Part F Bills of Quantities..... Rates shall also be used in the evaluation of any variation(s) on site as appropriate. No claim for extensions of time or additional costs shall be entertained due to the Contractor's lack of compliance with this clause....... Tel..... 4833195).. the Contractor shall provide a method statement for any new or repair work to the approval of the Engineer...FOREWORD 1......... Method Statements (requested) Whenever mentioned in the Scope of Works.03 Site Visit The Contractor is to visit the site before completing his Tender in order to acquaint himself fully with the project..GENERAL Brief Description of Works : The works are located at Gharafa....... No claim for extension of J J ] Tenderer's stamp and initials .03 GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg. prevailing conditions. SECTION 2 . Tariq Al Jeda. submission and approval of these method statements shall be included in the tender price....04 1.. D/3 ..02 Proprietary Named Items Proprietary named items included within this Project Specification are a guide to the quality of such items.. Rates shall be deemed to include plant....... transportation and overheads and profit...... The Tenderer shall submit within 14 days of the Date for the Return of Tenders..... Date : . Scope of Works. Front-End SPECIFICATION PART 2 ...... 2... All costs associated with the preparation.. labour... Refer to Description of Work...] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] 1.PROJECT SPECIFICATION (Cont'd) SECTION 1 . Engineers & Planners (Contact: Mr.. Qatar. a full breakdown of all his Rates into these categories.... The Contractor must pre-arrange his visit in conjunction with Diwan Al Emara Architect. allowance for wastage...... The Contractor attention is drawn to the fact that mains water and electricity are not available at the site....... materials.. The Contractor shall be permitted to offer other proprietary materials which are similar and approved..05 1... the Contractor shall be deemed to have priced for the items as named and not for any alternative that may be submitted later.

products and equipment required for the Works.. Front -End SPECIFICATION the tender period shall be entertained due to the Contractor's failure to observe this procedure. The 'as-built' survey shall consist of a plan drawn on reproducible polyester film also on computer disc with all relevant data in a fonnat approved by Survey Division...... Four copies of 'as-built' drawings and documentation shall be submitted to the Engineer before the expiry of the Contract Period as named in the Contract and shall include one copy of each drawing and document specifically marked for archival storage.. J J ] Tenderer's stamp and initials....before ordering or use... SECTION 2 ... The provision of all samples and sample panels shall be at the Contractor's own expense...04 Provision of items for use by the Engineer's Representative The Contractor is to allow for the provision of Engineer's Site Facilities or other like requirements for the purposes of this Contract.......6 of QCS the Contractor shall submit samples. service literature and lists of spare parts where applicable..... The Certificate of Maintenance (FCC ......1. as noted hereunder.. approved by the Engineer.... ......... Part 9... sample panels and manufacturer's literature in respect of all materials. The drawings shall be accompanied by maintenance manuals. Item 9........... Date : .07 Samples and Sample Panels rocs 9.... 'As-built' record drawings...for the approval of the Engineer all as detailed in the Project Specifications and Scope of Works. .Final Completion Certificate) will not be signed by the Engineer until all 'as-built' survey and 'as-built' record drawings accompanying documents and service literature are approved and a certificate has been issued by the Engineer to this effect.. The 'as-built' survey drawings and computer disc shall be supplied by the Contractor to the Engineer free of charge..GENERAL (Continued) 2.....6) Further to the requirement of Section 1..1. J J J J J J ] ] ] ] 2. The Contract shall not be considered as complete until the Contractor submits to the Engineer the 'as-built' record and the 'as-built' survey drawings and documentation.. and obtains the Engineer's approval.... ...06 'As-Built' Record and 'As-Built' Survey Drawings The Contractor shall prepare 'as-built' record and 'as-built' survey drawings of the Works detailing all works installed under the contract including services and all finished level surfaces..... 0/4 ..~J J J ] GR+1B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg.... The drawings shall be on polyester film or other durable and easily reproducible medium.. operation and maintenance manuals and any other literature required for the efficient operation of the completed works shall be supplied by the Contractor to the Engineer free of charge.. ] ] ] 2............

..... 2..12 Telephones COCS 1-11.4...10 Contractor's Temporary Buildings..08 Temporary Roads COCS 3.. Item 4..3. the Contractor will be held responsible for any damage caused by him.. Details of proposals for any such temporary measures are to be submitted by the Contractor for approval by the Traffic Police and the Engineer unless otherwise instructed...3.. Date : ...1) The Contractor shall be required to maintain and provide satisfactory temporary access and traffic flow to and from and within the areas of the Works. The Contractor shall maintain at all times pedestrian access to all properties fronting the roads affected by the Works. The Clause in no way invalidates the obligations under Clause 33 of the General Conditions of Contract J ] ] 2...2..11 Engineer's Site Facilities . shrubs. dralns...] J ] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg.. temporary site telephone (One of them with GSM access) and facsimile machine for the duration of the construction period.. boundary walls.. he shall arrange for the right to use the said land himself. ducts and services during the execution of the Contract and shall bear the cost of making good any pamage to the entire satisfaction of the local and other authorities and owners. Should the Contractor require to use adjacent areas ofland for camps. paved areas paths verges..2.... DIS . signs.. Temporary traffic signs and lighting for temporary roads and diversions are to be strict accordance with the requirements of the Qatar Traffic manual and any additional requirements instructed by the Traffic Police or the Engineer..7) The Contractor will be required to provide 1 No........... Front -End SPECIFICATION SECTION 2 ..... Part 4....... his work people..1 of QCS.. Such approval shall not relieve the Contractor of any of his duties or responsibilities under the Contract.. gates....2) Additional requirements are as follows: The Government of Qatar shall arrange for right of access only within the road reservation..... trees.. plant Site etc.1 & 5.09 Maintenance of Roads...GENERAL CContinued) 2.2.. 2...... ..Type 2 COCS 11.... J J ] J J J ] J J ] ] ] 2.........3) The Contractor will be required to provide Engineer's Site Facilities for the duration of the construction period. to the Engineer's requirements and approval. J J Tenderer's stamp and initials .. fences. COCS 12....3..3) In addition to the requirements of Section 1... COCS 4. Sub-Contractors or Suppliers to public or private roads.. The Contractor shall keep all private roads and paths clean and free from dirt and debris and any obstruction associated with the Works which would prejudice the safe and unimpeded normal use of the said roads and paths.....4 & 11.

. Measuring and Recording Equipment(OCS 11..... (OCS 4... .........7 Delete the Clause Entirely..4..3) The Contractor will be required to provide monthly progress photographs. in accordance with the Engineer's instruction and to the approval of the Engineer.. etc... layout. ] J J ] ] 2..... The Contractor will be responsible for notifying the various authorities of any damage caused whilst excavating in areas containing services and will be responsible for any and all costs incurred if such damage should occur... KHALID BIN ALI AHMED THANI AL THANI The project title shall be GR+IB+M+1 Showroom+ Office Building. colours........17 Name Boards and Advertising (OCS 12.. 2.. 2.12 Telephones (OCS 1-11..4 & 11.15 Supply of stationarY (OCS 11. dimension etc.11 Engineers Site Facilities The Contractor will be required to provide Engineers Site Facilities for the duration of the Construction Period to the Engineers requirements and Approval.... 2... Printers and Photocopiers (OCS 1-11..GENERAL (Continued) 2...... Front -End SPECIFICATION SECTION 2 ... Shall be in accordance with the engineers and to the approval of the engineer 2.3....4..5.5) The Contractor will be required to provide all necessary stationery all to the Engineer's requirements and approval.4.....8. Tenderer's stamp and initials .4.............. Date : ...1) The name of the Client shall be SHK. The board design. 0/6 ..1) The Contractor will be required to provide site hoardings.19 Contractor's Progress Report (OCS 7. unless otherwise directed by the Engineer. Fans....7 Delete the Clause Entirely.. 2.3..13 2.....18 Notices to Service Ministries and Departments (OCS) Further to the requirements of QCS....J J J J J ] ] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg.14 J J ] ] ] ] ] 2....4 & 11. Screens etc.. the Contractor must ensure that special attention is paid to protection and diversion where necessary of all existing services in the area....4) The Contractor will be required to provide measuring and recording equipment all to the Engineer's requirements and approval....16 Temporarv Site Hoarding.. Computers.3.

.. from positions to be selected by the Engineer....... ] ] ] ] ] ] 2.5) The Contractor shall provide a full time cleaner / tea person to be on site at all times during the Engineer's working hours...... plant..... platinum bromide prints. rubbish and building debris of any nature to a tip designated by the relevant Municipality for the area and shall ensure the area surrounding the Works is clean and to the natural level of the surrounding land.. and delay final payment to the Contractor until such time as the site has been clear to the satisfaction of the Engineer and relevant Municipality. caused to the existing roadways shall be repaired immediately to match the surrounding finishes entirely at the Contractor's own cost.. Date : .... Clause 1.. D/7 .... J ] ] 2...... 2.. suitable transport for his labour. Part 1. location and brief description..... Transport to Site The Contractor shall provide at his own cost........... the Contractor shall clear the site and any buildings thereon of all materials... date when taken.20 and Conditions of Contract Clause 33(3)... plant and materials.....8. un-mounted..20 Cleaning the Works (OCS 1-20) Further to the requirements of Section 1... .. Such transport shall only remain at the site long enough to unload or load the labour. If the Contractor fails to comply with the foregoing requirement within 30 days of Practical Completion of the Works the Engineer may.... Front -End SPECIFICATION J J J J J ] ] ] Contractor's Progress Report (QCS 7...... plant and materials to the site..3) (Cont'd) The Contractor should allow for providing 2 copies of up to 15 photographs per month and such other items as the Engineer shall direct.. in addition to the terms of the Conditions of Contract Clause 33 (3) :(i) clear the site using another Contractor and deduct the costs so incurred from any monies due to the Contractor..J ] ] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg.. Photos to be coloured. Tenderer's stamp and initials ................21 (ii) Attendance (OCS 11....23 Restriction to the Use of the Site All access ways shall be cleaned regularly and washed down with water and any damage ....22 2.... each photo inscribed with serial number.

which must be clearly visible at all times. staff and visitors on site adhere strictly to cultural restrictions.... No later than 10 days prior to commencement on site....... Date : ..] J ] ] ] ] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg...... together with the company name (in the case of subcontractors)...... The Contractor shall allow for any other contractor's access.. No claim will be entertained for the Contractor's lack of knowledge of security regulations...... Front-End SPECIFICATION Any damage caused to existing structures..... access to site and project execution generally. The Contractor shall ensure that his workforce and staff on site adhere strictly to cultural restrictions. The Contractor shall ensure that his Workmen remain in the work area assigned to them at any given time. All costs in connection with such access shall be deemed to be included in the tender price. 0/8 .... the Contractor shall ensure th"t the identity tag is returned to the Engineer or his representative..... Services Authorities access....25 Security Requirements The Contractor shall allow for complying with any current security regulations and requirements which may be applicable to the site.... security checks authorised by the Employer. 2. All workmen employed on the site shall at all times wear an identity badge. Any breach of this requirement shall render the worker(s) liable for instant and permanent removal from all areas of the site....... and three recent coloured passport sized photographs of each operative. existing building fabric / components / finishes of whatsoever nature....... existing services and existing hard and soft landscaping as a result of carrying out the works shall be repaired immediately to match existing to the entire satisfaction of the Engineer and entirely at the Contractor's own cost.......... The Contractor shall ensure that his workforce..... 2.. The Contractor will be deemed to have acquainted himself thoroughly with all security regulations that may be in force at the time of submission of tender and to have allowed in his tender for their effect upon his operations with regard to the supply of labour and materials..........24 Uniforms and Identification All workmen entering the site shall wear identical approved uniform overalls and headgear..... and any person arriving improperly dressed shall not be permitted to enter the site. Where workmen are to leave the site upon completion of their work.... ....... J ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] J Tenderer's stamp and initials .... the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer or his representative the names of all workmen to be employed on the site.

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.. Tenderers are advised that it may not have been possible in all cases to adhere to this method of measurement and any different rules which may have been adopted for specific items of work within the work sections of this Bills of Quantities shall prevail as the method of measurement for those items for all the purposes of this Contract... the word "Trench" shall be deemed to include excavating...... However. In the description of item for external services or drainage............... planking and strutting.. The Contractor shall price every item in the pricing sections of the Bills of Quantities. G J J Tenderer's stamp and initials ...... These preambles are to be read in conjunction with the item descriptions given in the pricing sections of these Bills of Quantities and shall apply wherever relevant... The rates and prices in the pricing sections of the Bills of Quantities shall be deemed to include for all costs in respect of local religious holidays and customs and the provision of all amenities customary in the State of Qatar. Any item left unpriced shall be deemed to have been allowed for in the prices of other items...... :.J ] GR+1B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses J ] FOREWORD A J ] ] ] ] ] The Bills of Quantities have been prepared generally in accordance with the principles of the Standard Method of Meas)lfement of Building Works published by the Government of the State of Qatar (referred to hereinafter as the "Qatar SMM") current at the date of the Letter of Invitation to Tender..... material and article to be fixed.......... The Contractor shall be deemed to have satisfied himself that he understood exactly what he should have allowed for in pricing his Tender. back-filling......... compacting earth in layers not exceeding 150 mm thick and disposing of surplus spoil.. "plugged" and "plugging" shall be deemed to mean plugging concrete or blockwork by an adequate permanent method of fixing suitable for the situation....... B J ] C D ] J ] ] ] ] E DEFINITIONS F The terms "plug".... Date : .. no claim from the Contractor arising out of a misinterpretation of any item or items will be admissible once his Tender has been submitted.... grading bottoms.......... . No claim for payment in respect of unpriced items will be admitted. Ell .. The descriptions included in the Bills of Quantities are not necessarily complete and the Contractor shall be deemed to have taken account of all the other infonnation necessary to establish the correct total rates and prices for his Tender including but not limited to all infonnation shown on the Drawings and given in the Specification and contained within the Measurement and Rates Clauses....

. all other timber work. Formwork shall be valued in accordance with the preambles of the Preliminaries section as "plant" and/or as measured work... the provision of bonds and insurances. plus any customs duty or other Qatar taxes paid together with an allowance for port dues and delivery to and unloading at the Site.... Formwork materials including all struts..... a reasonable and sufficient value is retained for payment to the Contractor in subsequent monthly payments for permanently fixing the materials on the Works......... for example. at the Engineer's discretion and only where priced for by the Contractor in the Bills of Quantities' Preliminaries section.......... In addition.. once executed. The Contractor shall make due allowance in pricing the Bills of Quantities to take account ofthese clauses...... Notwithstanding the foregoing. Payment for such shall be valued proportionally at the same rate as the value for permanent work executed in any month bears to the total value of permanent work included in the contract...... proprietary shuttering systems and the like shall not be considered as "unfixed materials on site" for the purposes of monthly valuations...... . the actual cost of certain Preliminaries items....... The valuation so certified by the Engineer shall be the invoiced cost of the materials. Date : ...... the construction of temporary facilities on site....] J ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses J J J MATERIALS ON SITE A Monthly valuations shall certifY payment for unfixed materials on site as provided for by Clause 60 of the Conditions of Contract.. such that in the opinion of the Engineer. may be certified by the Engineer for payment in full when executed........ PRELIMINARIES B J J J J J J J C D E J ] A J ] B Monthly payments for Preliminaries shall only be made for those costs which have been properly incurred and for which the Contractor has inserted prices against the items in the Bills of Quantities' Preliminaries section...... in accordance with the rules of measurement and these preambles as given by the Contract Work sections of these Bills of Quantities. The valuation for unfixed materials on site shall be the net reimbursement to the Contractor of the cost of the materials delivered and unloaded at the Site and such shall be . waffle moulds.... if the Engineer considers this cost to be fair and realistic. such net reimbursement to the Contractor for unfixed materials on Site shall be less than the total price included by the Contractor in the Bills of Quantities for both supplying and subsequently fixing the said materials.. Such certification shall be· lesser value of: J J ] 'I Tenderer's stamp and initials ..... E/2 ..... timber or sheet boarding..... exclusive of any profit or Contractor's overheads mark-up.. etc.

Monthly valuations shall certify payment for permanent works executed on site as provided for by Clause 60 of the Conditions of Contract. All .... basins and the like the rate shall include for cutting back and capping all services and plugging redundant drains with concrete.. or (2) Where (2) is less than (1) the balance shall be valued for interim payments proportionally with the permanent works as previously described............. having due regard to the surrounding structure....... J Tenderer's stamp and initials ........ The net reimbursement to the Contractor of the actual cost incurred provided always the Engineer considers such cost to be fair and realistic and such cost shall be exclusive of any profit or Contractor's overhead mark-up. left after removal of an item shall be made good. machinery. DEMOLITIONS AND ALTERATIONS D J ] ] A The rates for demolitions and alterations shall include for all shoring and scaffolding incidental thereto............ In the case of sanitary fittings..... chases.incidental holes..... No separate earlier payment shall be certified by the Engineer or shall become due to be paid by the Government for the value of any Preliminaries costs which may have been included by the Contr....... E/3 ...J J J J J J J ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses PRELIMINARIES (Cont'd) either (1) The prices given by the Contractor in the Preliminaries section of the Bills of Quantities.... C J J Plant...... J B J J J o ] Carefully remove shall indicate that an item may be reused and the rate shall include for overhauling or maintaining the item so that it will be acceptable when relocated..... transport and other movable items when provided on site and priced for in the Bills of Quantities' Preliminaries section shall be valued proportionally with the permanent work as previously described. .actor in his rates and prices for permanent works. The following terms shall have the meanings assigned to them: Remove shall mean the complete removal by any means at the Contractor's option...... the finishings shall be extended to match existing. In the case of partitions and the like.... etc.. Date : ..........

......... J ] CONCRETE WORK B I Rates for Concrete shall include for all necessary samples.. submission and have included for excavating to suitable bearing strata as approved by the Engineer......... The assessed cost of the additional work shall be included against the first item of the Excavation and Earthworks section of the Bills of Quantities for each building / section as applicable and shall NOT be subject to remeasurement......] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses J ] DEMOLITIONS AND ALTERATIONS (Cont'd) C The rates for fonning openings in blockwork walls shall include for quoining up jambs and extending finishings to match existing.... etc..... blinding and compacting surface.. for the building in of all plugs..... prior to his tender.. .. Any additional excavation in soft or other material unacceptable to the Engineer together with the consequent backfill in mass concrete or other material approved by the Engineer shall be entirely at the Contractors own cost. apparatus and testing.. Rates for Excavation and Earthwork shall include for excavating in any material whatsoever (including solid rock). grading to cambers. and for all surface treatment to unset concrete except trowelling. grading to falls... for bulking of materials and for all double or multiple handling.... J ] ] ] EXCAVATION AND EARTHWORK D ] The Contractor shall inspect the soil Investigation Report and shall be deemed to have made his own assessment of the sub-strata conditions and water table etc. for fonnation of daywork construction joints.... in bays.. etc. tamping... ducts... depositing.. Date : ...... E/4 . for laying beds.. for hoisting to any height or lowering to any depth. J J ] G PILING A Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM..... pipes.. Rates for fill material shall include for depositing and compacting in layers.... J J Tenderer's stamp and initials .. for upholding sides of excavations.... levelling and compaction by vibrators if required..... pipe sleeves. for keeping excavations free from 'water as may be required. cutting off the tops of piles to the required levels and preparing the reinforcement shall be enumerated as a "full value" item stating the diameter and type of pile. for hacking surfaces for key... J ] ] E F All excavated material not required for backfilling around foundations has been measured as "removed from site" and no adjustment has been made in respect of material which may be used as filling under floors. for levelling or grading and ramming where required........... etc. for curing.. holdfasts. pouring into shuttering. for working space..

............ concrete beds shall be measured between ground beams and not over.. pipes and the like.... for cutting to length and bending to required shapes.. The reinforcement shall not be subject to re-measurement. sinkings.. The Tenderer shall check the drawings andlor make his own assessment......... Date : .... E/5 ......... for all necessary working around metal members.. Consequently ground beams shall be measured through ... and for generally performing all cutting away and making good for all trades....... distance blocks and spacers.... mortices... The bar reinforcements have not been quantified from the drawings but an allowance has been made based on the following estimation of kilograms of steel per m 3 of in-situ concrete:Raft foundations/pile caps Retaining wall Shear wall Columns Beams Suspended slabs Staircases Lintels/sills Kg/m3 Kg/m 3 Kg/m3 Kg/m3 Kg/m 3 Kg/m3 Kg/m3 Kg/m3 D E J J ] F G J J J J H J J ] ] J The resultant gross weight of bar reinforcement has been included in the Bills of Quantities without allocation to various bar sizes.... beds...... Rates for bar reinforcement shall include for hoisting to any height or lowering to any depth.. Rates for Concrete foundations and haunchings to kerbs shall include for any necessary formwork........ and if necessary.... for placing in any position.. .. Where bar bending schedules are provided the Contractor shall cross check the quantities against the drawings and shall have deemed to have satisfied himself of the total quantity of bar reinforcement required... chases and the like for any purpose. Rates for Plain Concrete blinding beds shall include for any necessary formwork at edges or fOJ: the extra width of concrete which may be required in lieu.... Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM. for straightening as necessary. adjust rates to allow for any adjustments required...... and for tying wire... K L J ] '1 Tenderer's stamp and initials ..J ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses J J J J J CONCRETE WORK (Cont'd) C Rates for Concrete shall also include for all sundry items such as cutting or forming and grouting all holes..

. for wedging. for all stops. notching. overlaps and passings at angles. pinning up to soffits and toothing and bonding to other blockwork.... junctions......... and for all necessary reinforcement and formwork. for bedding and pointing plates.... setting and bedding in position. Rates for curved formwork shall include for formwork to curved... .. metal clips and the like.... stays. etc. E/6 . spherical... J Tenderer's stamp and initials .. conical.. concrete topping slab..... for fixing slips. chairs and spacers... for holes or notchings for pipes etc..... Date : ..J ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses J ] CONCRETE WORK (Cont'd) M J J J J ] Rates for fabric reinforcement shall include for hoisting to any height or lowering to any depth. for strutting and supporting formwork to a height not exceeding 3. expanded metal ties or lateral restraint ties as necessary and for tying to concrete or steel work including all fixings of whatever nature. holes.... for all cutting. splayed internal angles.. struts. for tying or bonding walls together at angles.. tying wire.. labours at intersections. rounded no sings and edges. elliptical and other surfaces curved to one or more radius of any radius or radii. bending.. Rates for precast concrete shall include for all moulds. for all cutting.... and for hoisting. bearing bars.... Rates for forming charmels. associated concrete perimeter beams... steps. intersections and outlets. for mould oil.. for raking out joints or cutting grooves for turning in edges of flashings. rounded and stooled ends. hollow blocks.. for finishing fair on all exposed faces.. tying at laps. distance pieces... BLOCKWORK N o p 1 ] ] Q R ] s J ] ] ] A J ] Rates for all Blockwork shall include for hoisting to any height or lowering to any depth... chamfers.. chases and kerbs shall include for ends.. frames and corrugated sheeting and for building in door and window frames and the like.. striking and removal (unless otherwise stated).. wedges and bolts. intersections or abutments with galvanised steel ties.. chases and mouldings of any width. and filling ends of hollow blocks in concrete.... for angles and ends to kerbs.... for square. angles.. Rates for hollow block and in-situ concrete suspended construction shall include for concrete ribs. for building at or to any height of slabs and beams... No differentiation has been made between formwork to plain or reinforced concrete and rates for formwork shall include for hoisting to any height or lowering to any depth... for rebates... for all props. for placing in any position. and for the cost of material in laps.. for building in or cutting and pinning ends of lintels... grooves. Rates for fabric reinforcement laid in separate layers shall include for all additional distance blocks... for cutting and fitting around projections and pipes...50 metres and for easing.. copings. for setting in mortar and bonding and cutting including that at irregular angles.....

for cut courses at eaves. skirtings.. gutters.. condensation channels and mouldings.. for holes for pipes. kerbs and chaunels.. bending and lapping.. metal sections and the like. standards and the like.. for angles. notching and bending. filled or fair ends. for all cutting and bonding at eaves.....] J ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses ] ] B timbers..... for turning into grooves. intersections to rolls... angles.... . Rates for corrugated or roughed sheet roofing shall include for all cutting. The rates for hollow blockwork shall include for filling the cavities solid with mortar or concrete at jambs. Rates for metal roofing shall include for all cutting.. sills and adjacent to false ceiling perimeters together with expanded metal support strips and rod reinforcement as required. H J J ] I J ] J J K J Cl Tenderer's stamp and initials . extra material for laps and in coverings to expansion joints... standards and the like. and for forming small openings.. hips and ridges........ for strip sealant at joints.. cappings or barge boards.... for fitted.. aprons.. hollows... and for forming small openings. acrylic fibre or other similar sheet or roll type roofing shall include for cutting. end angles. Rates shall also include for fabric or rod reinforcement in walls as required... and for forming small openings.. Rates shall also include for expansion joints. angles and intersections to hips. with the minimum of cutting. ends. EI7 .... The rates for blockwork in hollow walls shall include for closing cavities with blockwork at jambs of openings and the like. intersections and at junctions of decking and cladding with adjacent surfaces. movement joints and the like including filler material and pointing... standards and the like. for holes for pipes.. valleys.. for forming outlets to flashings...... etc...... sinkings.... and for forming small openings. ROOFING J ] C J ] D E ] ] ] ] F G Rates for slate or tile roofing shall include for all cutting. for fitted. ridges.... verges. Rates shall also include for use of solid and purpose-made blocks where required and for adjustments as to the heights of blocks to provide support to lintels... and for generally performing all cutting away and making good for all trades. valleys... angles and intersections to hips and ridges. Date : .. and for forming small openings... for ends...... Rates for roof decking and wall cladding shall include for all cutting. angles.. for all sundry items such as cutting or forming holes. standards and the like. chases and the like for any purpose. mortices. filled or fair ends.. notching.... Rates for bitumen-felt... for holes for pipes... intersections... for holes for pipes.

... ducting.] J ] ] ] ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses ROOFING (Cont'd) L Rates for all sheet metal flashings and gutters shall include for angles. rounded edges. ends and intersections on all members..... shoes and heads.. for extra timber in joints and for horns.. skylights. where associated with proprietary troughed sheet roofing have been described as standard components or assemblies as supplied by the manufacturer. Rates for carpenter's metalwork shall include for preparing timbers for metalwork (e. etc.. etc. curved or splayed cutting.. bars...g. hollows.. tubes... and for painting with bituminous paint where in contact with mortar. intersections and ends.. for all joints and jointing.. seams and passings at ends.. blockwork.. sheet metal flashings. Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM.. Tenderer's stamp and initials..... JOINERY ] ] ] B c D ] E J F ] ] Rates for all Joinery Work shall include for all raking. Rates for doors. concrete...).. rounded comers and splayed edges.... chamfers.... bars.. grooves. for mitres. quadrants.. for ends. for notching and fitting ends of timbers to metal sections. Rates for rebates. sashes and casements are to include for fitting and hanging any type......... Rates for bolts and cormectors shall include for holes and countersunk holes and for pellating if required. .... and for pads.. slips and wedges built or wedged in. angles and mitres. etc. for joints in continuous lengths of timber or for providing timbers of any length..... trunking and the like......... trunking and the like.... CARPENTRY M J ] A ] ] Rates for all Carpentry Work shall include for all raking and circular cutting. Date : .. E/8 '1 .. channels and mouldings. for holes for pipes. cables. conduits.. ducting. rounded comers and the like. moulded edges and the like labours shall include for all cross grain and stopped work for all stops. and for all notches. for all dowels and cramps and for holes for pipes. for all notchings. ramps and wreaths. sinkings. for extra material in laps... sinking.. Rates for roof boarding shall include for all cutting at intersections on work to cross falls. angles and intersections to cappings.. . ends. tubes.. grooving...... ] G J ] H Rates for handrails shall include for all heading joints.. fittings.. conduits. etc. for mitres and ends to all members.. cables...... for dressing to outlets. for all joints in members over 200 mm wide or for obtaining timbers in one width....

. Purlins with a "z" .. scribed edges. The items and rates for anchor bolts shall be deemed to include nuts and washers and building-in temporary boxing and grouting. splice plates. end plates... bolts... bolts.. for taking off after first fixing .. Framed steelwork may be measured by 'number' or by 'item'.. where stated...J J ] ] ] ] ] ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses JOINERY (Cont'd) J Rates for rebates... and for re-fixing. Rates for ironmongery shall include for fixing to any surface..... packing plates. web stiffeners. ends... Treatment to the surfaces of steelwork may be measured separately or may be included in the description of the steelwork.......... moulded edges and the like labours shall include for cross grain and stopped work and for all stops.. Rates for chemicallresin-based fixing methods shall include for precision drilJing to the pattern indicated on the drawing. end plates.. nuts and washers (except anchor bolts).. base plates.. whilst decorations are completed... and for driving rivets and countersinking heads... grooves. for all cutting on plates. holes. the use of approved chemical/resin-based fixing methods.. packing plates... notchings.... nuts... washers and rivets.. .... oiling and adjusting and leaving in perfect working order. chamfers... angles and mitres. rivets...shaped cross-section shall be measured by linear metre.. Steelwork measured by weight shall be measured net. for cutting to dead lengths. gusset plates... countersunk and tapped holes... STRUCTURAL STEELWORK K L J ] ] ] ] A Rates for Structnral Steelwork shall include for cutting ends of members.. and. Date : . Rates for bolts and connectors shall include for holes and countersunk holes and pellating if required. splice plates........ whether framed or unframed. web stiffeners.. base plates. gusset plates.. for cranks. for welds... splay cutting and bevel cutting. exclusive of the weight of welds..... where this is other than square or rectangular.. stating the nominal size and the material thickness.... E!9 ... B J ] ] C D E J J J ] Tenderer's stamp and initials . rounded edges. stating the overall size and the drawing reference and stating the shape........

PLUMBING AND ENGINEERING INSTALLATIONS J ] ] G H J J J ] ] K A ] B Rates for all Plumbing and Engineering Work shall include for assembling and jointing together and for any jointing material. intersection charts and the like.. All identification plates.... for fixings and supports to each and any background inclusive of all fixing materials..] ] ] ] METALWORK GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses J ] F Rates for all Metalwork shall include for ends. and for disconnecting and refixing equipment and fittings to enable other trades to proceed...... Date : . Rates for metal skirtings. intersections' and ends........ assembling and adjusting..... E/l0 . core-rails.... blockwork... bearers.... chases.. countersinking.. Rates for all Plumbing and Engineering Work shall also include for:(i) (ii) (iii) All wall... conduit and the like and for all other holes. Rates for aluminium windows and doors shall include for the provision of all necessary packing pieces.. .. Provision of record drawings. angles and intersections... Making the position of all holes.. raking and vertical work. mortices.. installation drawings. direction of flow and type of service indicators... for ramps and wreaths on frames.. discs. for cutting and pinning or building in all fixings and supports including subsequently making good... Rates for supplying and fixing metalwork generally are to include horizontal... Rates for bolts and countersunk bolts shall include for holes and countersunk holes. sinkings and the like in both the structure and its coverings and for forming or cutting away same as required and for building in and all making good in connection therewith. ] ] ] J J J '1 (iv) (v) (vi) Tenderer's stamp and initials.. tubes. stays and the like. for cutting members to length. components and special mountings. etc" or other alkaline surfaces. operating and maintenance manuals............... for all holes for pipes... countersunk holes.... and for fixing complete....... labels.. drilling.. bars.. duct covers and the like shall include for all angles. tapped holes slots and the like except where given in the description of items. riveting. for all shop and site welding.. arch bars...... for assembling and jointing together... grinding. Testing and commissioning. bolting... warning notices.. and for painting with bituminous paint where in contact with mortar. cables. ceiling or floor sleeves and plates as required including any necessary packings. concrete. Temporarily operating the installation. handrails.

..... for turning vanes. plant and equipment.. shoes.... rates for pipework of any diameter shall include for all fittings (e. nuts and for welding flanges to tubing..g.. hardwood insulators and the like inclusive of all fixings of whatsoever nature. test holes. bends.... Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM.... cleaning caps... pipe hooks.. brackets....... saddles. reducers.. etc... Rates for all diffusers and grilles shall include for any necessary plenum boxes and the like and for jointing same to ductwork.. plates. and for forming and stiffening all openings... clips.. holder bats. Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM.. reducing sets.... sockets. Date : . H I J ] K J ] L M J ] '] Tenderer's stamp and initials . couplers.g...... bolts... Tee couplings on pipework and branch connections on ductwork are identified by the diameter or size of the largest pipe or duct connected thereto and rates for these items shall include for any reducers...... In addition rates for duct work shall include for all duct work fittings as defined by Clause S29 of the Qatar SMM.... Elll ........J ] ] ] ] GR+18+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses PLUMBING AND ENGINEERING INSTALLATIONS (Cont'd) C Rates for pipework shall include for all joints....nclude for stopping off ends of pipes while work is in progress to prevent the ingress of rubbish and for leaving all pipes clean and clear on completion.) inclusive of all fixings of whatsoever nature. hardwood collars and pedestals.... Rates for flanged ancillaries shall include for providing mating flanges. brackets.... insulation to ductwork has been given in square metres.. diminishing pieces and the like as required. hangers.. sockets. supports. bosses and the like in the running length and for making all joints to sanitary appliances. bushes. .. flexible joints. midfeathers. Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM ducting as defined by Clause S26 and S27 (a) has been given in square metres (measured over all fittings) and is based upon the overall girth of the ductwork..... flanges. Rates shall i. Cutting and jointing the pipes to such fittings shall also be deemed to be included in the rates for pipework. hangers.. D J ] ] ] ] ] ] ] J F G E ·Rates for pipework shall also include for all pipe supports.. Rates for ductwork shall include for joints. hand holes and access doors.. (e. plugs and the like).. gaskets...... tees.. Plug or butterfly valves have been given stating the actual internal diameter..

. Lighting Installation....... PVC insulated cable in PVC conduit) and whether the work is generally exposed or concealed.g......... equipment.. 5.g...... pipework.. 4.... equipment.. etc. Alarm and Television Installations). Rates shall be deemed to include any additional works whatsoever in re-routing ... For final circuits (e.. primer......... o P Q R J ] ] ] A ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION The following supplementary rules for the measurement of medium and low voltage electrical installations within buildings shall be applicable:1. flanges........ fittings. e. Fittings and accessories are given under appropriate headings clearly indicating that the rates for the fittings and accessories must allow for cables. covers.or adapting any plumbing and engineering installation which may arise due to clashes with the structure.. Mains Installation. building fabric. size and number of cores... supports and/or mechanical protection and stating the type of cable to be used and the general method of support/mechanical protection (e... trunking. and whether the work is generally exposed or concealed. Rates for relevant items shall include for protective painting to plant... Lighting and Power Installations) and for low voltage and communication circuits (e.. Each different type of installation is given under a separate heading... conduit and the like shall include for all preparatory work. Date : .... Fire Alarm Installation... Rates for relevant items shall include for decorative painting to all exposed plant... Cables are given under appropriate headings clearly indicating that the rates for the cable must allow for supports and/or mechanical protection. ductwork. undercoats and finishing coats of paint to approved colours. pipework.g. ladder rack and lor other means of support and/or mechanical protection shall be deemed to be included in the rates for the relevant fittings and accessones. J J ~l Tenderer's stamp and initials. Cables for Mains and Sub-Mains Installations are given in linear metres stating in detail the type... cable tray. airconditioning and ventilation equipment and the like all as specified including camouflage colours where required. The rates shall include for all decorative painting in association with exposed plumbing...g. J ] ] ] ] 3..... cables conduit. 2. access doors and the like........... Architectural finishings and any other mechanical and electrical services installations. ... test holes.. ductwork. conduit and the like shall also include for all preparatory work and painting with a rust inhibitive or other protective paint or coating... E/12 ...J J J ] ] ] ] ] ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses Item N Rates for insulation shall include for working insulation around and over all ancillaries..

or bonding to earthing points and the like.. laying into trunking or trenches... instrumentation.... Rates for all Electrical Work shall include for:-· (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) All wall....... for fixings and supports to each and any background inclusive of all fixing materials.. gland plates and the like.. ... accessories.. isolators. switchgear. Rates for luminaires shall include for all associated lamps.... discs...] ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses J J J J J ] ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION (Cont'd) 6. wooden blocks... contactors... moulded pattresses. labels.. equipment and the like shall include for all fuses. for cutting and pinning or building in all fixings and supports including subsequently making good. sinkings and the like in both the structure and its coverings and for forming or cutting away same as required and for building in and all making good in connection therewith. intersection charts and the like. mortices. elcb's. Rates for switchboards. ceiling roses.... conduit boxes.. cable entry boxes. joint boxes... Provision of record drawings..... and for all fittings. Rates for all Electrical Work shall include for assembling and jointing together and for any jointing material. rates for all electrical work shall also include for marking the position of all holes.. into conduit or ducts. diffusers..... chases. ] ] E Notwithstanding the requirements of the Qatar SMM. mcb's. B Busbar trunking is given in linear metres where applicable.. Date : ..... trunking.. control gear... Testing and commissioning.... and for all identification labels. distribution boards. ElI3 '1 .. fittings.. flexible cords and the like as required.. ceiling or floor sleeves and plates as required including any necessary packings.... J J ] ] ] F G H J ] Tenderer's stamp and initials . equipment and extraneou~ C J ] D metal surfaces. relays. compression glands. control gear... boxes and the like.. Rates for cables shall also include for all fixings as necessary.. indicators.. Cross bonding all pipework.. for bushing materials... suspension sets and fixings including boxes.. Temporarily operating the installation. All identification plates.. break-joint rings. markers and tags as required... interlocks. connector blocks. warning notices.... and for disconnecting and refixing equipment and fittings to enable other trades to proceed.. The rates shall be deemed to include for forming openings in trunking.. earthing lugs. metering.... type of service indicators.. components and special mountings. installation drawings... operating and maintenance manuals.. circuit schedules.. busbar clamps and the like. pin racks and fire barriers. for suspension sets...

. splayed edges. for all ends..] ] ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION (Cont'd) I J Rates for accessories shall include for all necessary back plates and boxes. for all fair joints or fair cutting. and for all cuttings.. Rates for all Finishings to soffits shall include for level. ducting... slab.. block and plain sheet finishings to floors shall include for division strips at junctions where differing materials meet...... conduit and the like all as specified including camouflage colours where required.. Rates for in-situ.] ] ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses J ] ] ... sanitary fittings and the like. equipment.... Rates for tile. equipment... E/14 . sills. for all narrow widths and small areas..... the measurement of excavation of electrical service trenches for cables to be laid in ducts has been classified in width stages of 250 mm where applicable.. trunking. ... conduits.. Rates for socket outlets shall include for associated plug tops and boxes.... flutes. Notwithstanding the Qatar SMM. Rates shall be deemed to include any additional work whatsoever in re-routing or adapting any part of the electrical installations which may arise due to clashes with the structure. bars...... flutes and the like... ] ] J J D J ~I Tenderer's stamp and initials . mouldings.. and for intersections to skirtings... Architectural finishings and any other mechanical and electrical services installations FINISHINGS K L M J ] ] ] N o A ] ] ] B C Rates for all Finishings shall include for preparing surfaces for finishings or bedslbackings. rebated edges.. raised or sunk bands.. angles... expansion joints.... for mortices and sinkings. for ends. cables. cornices. for ends. for dishing to gullies and outlets.. plain sheet... and angles of risers and edges oflandings.. Date : . flush.. ramps and wreathed comers to strings and ends of steps.. conduit and the like shaH include for all preparatory work and painting with a rust inhibitive or other protective paint or coating... for working at or up to any height.... Rates for protective painting to plant..... The rates shall include for all necessary builders work in cable/duct connections to prepared openings in external manholes... ramps and outlets... rounded edges. grooves.... angles. channels. for making good or cutting and fitting around pipes.. dividing strips. sloping and slewing soffits.... Rates shall include for decorative painting to all exposed plant. building fabric...... slab or block finishings shall include for fair edges..... kerbs and the like. for fixing or applying skirtings and the like to any background.....

.. supply and install mirrors in gymnasium including all its associated fixing accessories etc........ vent. arises...... compactor. Rates for in-situ finishings shall also be deemed to include for laying in panels/bays including providing dividing strips and movement joints as required. Rates for suspended ceilings and the like shall include for all access panels and supporting systems and additional supporting systems to accommodate mechanical and electrical pipework and equipment etc... Work to treads and risers shall be measured separately in linear metres...... cutting and risk for glazing to any required shape or size. moulded and chamfered edges. . within the structure and including supplying and fixing accessories such as angle beads. Rates for beds and backings and render etc. bedded. stating the width... and for priming all rebates and backs of glazing beads before glazing. lockers.. and for galvanised mesh reinforcement strips at junctions of differing materials and over all electrical conduits and service pipework concealed in chases.......... cubicles. with cleaning facilities and air-condition.. speed breakers. base-board. chamfered external angles and coved internal angles. rounded..... for fair.. Date : ..... suspended plain sheet linings with supporting metalwork and fibrous plaster shall include for all labours and cutting... Rates for lathing...... including loading hoper.... J J J ] F G H J J ] ] K L J ] GLAZING A Rates for Glazing shall include for all templates.... garbage collection room at ground.. fire protection....] ] ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Offrce Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses J E FINISHINGS (Cont'd) Rates for in-situ finishings shall also include for all internal and external angles.. shall include for forming key on new or existing surfaces and for all labours.... etc J ] J ~l Tenderer's stamp and initials .. for external mitres and other shapings. including all fixing accessories......... J ] A FURNITURE FIT-OUT Rates for furniture fit-out shall include reception desk.. back shelves.... nose cone and container.. EllS .. J ] A WASTE MANAGEMENT Rates for waste management shall include all garbage chute with the sprinkler system. Work to edges oflandings shall be measured separately in square metres.. for quirks.. etc.. stop beads etc..... white board in conference rooms.

.... soakaways and the like are enumerated and classified in depth stages of 250 mm... disposal and builders work... Rates for pipework shall include for cutting or forming all holes..... cutting and waste..... and for any excavation within filling under floors. for painting on opening edges of windows and doors and work additional surfaces exposed by such opening edges.. Rates for pipes of all types are to include for pipe jointing of suitable design and type.J J J ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses PAINTING A ] ] B Rates for Painting (and for decorating.. etc...... etc... for backfilling with selected excavated material and clearing away any surplus spoil. Rates for paper hanging and hanging of hessian........ clips... brackets... notchings and cutting and fitting around pipes. etc.... holder bats and the like. B J ] ] ] C D E F J J ] J ~l Tenderer's stamp and initials . Rates for all Painting and decorating work shall include for the execution of sample panels.... ceiling voids and the like.. Rates for pipework shall include for all short or isolated lengths. and for making good in all trades around pipes. holderbats..... Rates for Painting on manufactured boards and wood shall include for surface filling. E/16 .. mortices. .. Notwithstanding the Qatar SMM.. bolts and clips to sheeting. Date : .. brackets. Rates for pipe trenches shall include for excavating as required for both the pipe and surround... flexible joints.. for bridging foundations over pipes... chases and sinkings.. vinyl surfaced papers and the like shall include for all preparatory work and all cuttings. jointing... for internal or external work.. for cutting to line.. for work in multi-colours......... saddles... fittings. where applicable) shall include for working to or at any height.. switches. The rates shall include for all excavation..... DRAINAGE ] C ] ] ] D E J ] A The Measurement and Rates Clauses for other Sections shall also apply equally to this section where relevant... pipe clips... Rates for Painting on wood shall include for work on hardwood or softwood and for knotting. for rubbing down between coats.. and for painting on hooks.... in floors.. manholes..

...... straining posts and other special posts are given in the item description for fencing and the Contractor's rates are deemed to allow for this.................. E/l7 ..... Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM.. This also applies for the excavation and filling of such holes................. J J J J J Tenderer's stamp and initials... Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM excavation and filling of holes for posts are given in the item description for fencing and the Contractor's rates are deemed to allow for this.....J J J J J ] GR+1 B+M+1 Showroom+Office Bldg Measurements and Rates Clauses FENCING A The Measurement and Rates Clauses for other Sections shall also apply equally to this Section where relevant............ Notwithstanding the provisions of the Qatar SMM. gate posts. PROTECTION B J J ] ] C D J ] ] ] ] A The Contractor shall allow in the rates for protecting the work in all trade sections... fencing to suit sloping ground has not been separately identified and the Contractors rates are deemed to allow for the variation in the slope of the fence as indicated on the Drawings. Date : ...... ................. angle posts. special posts on fencing which include End-posts...

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..A +4. Roof Deck Floor +13._~.A +0..) Ground Floor +0.00 mts.00 mts._ c=.O~ m GR+1B+M+ 1 STOREY SHOWROOM + OFFICE BUILDING CLIENT: SHK.00 mts..B +13..90 mts..60 mts..B +4.60 mts. Mezzanine Floor Partial Plan .... Issue 1 2 3 Site Plan Basement Fllor Plan ( -4..-... Mezzanine Floor +4. ..A +13. Mezzanine Floor Partial Plan .A +8. 1lI!H IWAN ENGINEERS .~1 ARCHITECTS c:>c=> .00 mts.60 mts.1 J J J Ser.. First Floor Partial Plan ..B +0..B +8. "'" n L _ •. Ground Floor Partial Plan . a. Roof Deck Floor Partial Plan . Ground Floor Partial Plan .. .60 mts. Elevations Section A-A and B-B Honeycomb Panel Detail Substation Detail Door and Window Schedule A-OO A-01 A-02 A-02/A A-02/B A-03 A-03/A A-03/B A-04 A-04/A A-04/B A-OS A-OS/A A-OS/B A-06 A-07 A-30 A-31 A-32 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 J J 4 S 6 7 8 9 J J ] 10 11 12 13 J U 14 1S 16 17 18 19 J J :J . KHALID BIN ALI AHMED AL THAN I DRAWING LIST Description Drawing ARCHITECTURAL Drawing Nos. Roof Deck Floor Partial Plan .60 mts..60 mts.90 mts.. ... No. First Floor Partial Plan .90 mts.. First Floor +8.

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1 .2 General Notes . Revision 1 2 General Notes . 5-01 5-02 5-03 5-04 5-05 5-06 5-07 5-08 5-09 5-10 5-11 5-12 5-13 5-14 5-15 5-16 5-17 5-18 5-19 - General Notes .] J J iJ GR+1B+M+ 1 STOREY SHOWROOM + OFFICE BUILDING CLIENT: SHK. Description Drawing Structural Drawing Nos. No. ] J J J '] 17 18 19 - .3 General Notes .4 Partial Foundation Plan Partial Foundation Plan Partial Foundation Plan Partial Ground Floor Plan Partial Ground Floor Plan Partial Ground Floor Plan Partial Mezzanine Floor Framing Plan Partial Mezzanine Floor Framing Plan Partial Mezzanine Floor Framing Plan Partial First Floor Framing Plan Partial First Floor Framing Plan Partial First Floor Framing Plan Partial Roof Floor Framing Plan Partial Roof Floor Framing Plan Partial Roof Floor Framing Plan J J J J J ] 3 4 5 6 7 8 - 9 10 11 J ] ] - 12 13 14 15 16 _. KHALID BIN ALI AHMED AL THAN I J J ] DRAWING LIST Ser.

KHALID BIN ALI AHMED AL THANI DRAWING LIST Ser. No. 20 21 22 23 24 25 Description Drawing Upper Dust Roof Floor Framing Plan Typical Stair Detail Schedule of Columns and Footings Schedule of Beams and Section Details Section Details Section Details Lift Details Drawing Nos. S-20 S-21 S-22 S-23 S-24 S-25 Revision - - Section Details J J ] ] ] .J '1 .] J J J J J J J ] ] ] ] ] GR+1B+M+ 1 STOREY SHOWROOM + OFFICE BUILDING CLIENT: SHK.

2 Roof Floor Small Power Layout DE-176-EL-4200 DE-176-EL-4201 DE-176-EL-4202 DE-176-EL-4203 DE-176-EL-4204 DE-176-EL-420S DE-176-EL-4206 DE-176-EL-4207 DE-176-EL-4208 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FIRE DETECTION &.2 Mezzanine Small Power Layout . DRAWING TITLE ELECTRICAL GENERAL Ground Floor Plan with Cable Tray Routing Qtel Site Plan Electrical Single Line Diagram 5MB Details-1 5MB Details-2 .1 Basement Small Power Layout .2 Ground Lighting Layout .1 Ground Lighting Layout . ALARM SYSTEM J J ] 1st Basement Floor Fire Detection & Alarm System Ground Floor Fire Detection & Alarm System Mezzanine Floor Fire Detection & Alarm System First Floor Fire Detection & Alarm System Roof Floor Fire Detection & Alarm System Schematic Diagram & Input Output Matrix Typical Installation Details FA-01 FA-02 FA-03 FA-04· FA-OS FA-06 FA-07 0 0 0 a 0 0 a PaQe 1 of 1 .2 1st Floor Small Power Layout .1 Mezzanine Small Power Layout .2 Roof Floor Lighting Layout DE-176-EL-4100 DE-176-EL-4101 DE-176-EL-4102 DE-176-EL-4103 DE-176-EL-4104 DE-176-EL-410S DE-176-EL-4106 DE-176-EL-4107 DE-176-EL-4108 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 J ] ] ] ] ] ] SMALL POWER Basement Small Power Layout .1 1st Floor Small Power Layout .2 Mezzanine Lighting Layout .1 Basement Lighting Layout .'-] ] J ] ] Project: SHOWROOM & OFFICE BUILDING B+G+M+l CLIENT: Sheikh Ali Bin Ahmed Bin Thani AI Thani DRAWINGUST ELECTRICAL SR.1 1st Floor Lighting Layout .2 1st Floor Lighting Layout . J ] ] ] ] DRAWING NUMBER DE-176-EL-4001A DE-176-EL-4002 DE-176-ELA003 DE-176-EL-4004 DE-176-EL-4005 DE-176-EL-4006 DE-176-EL-4007 DE-176-EL-4008 DE-176-EL-4009 DE-176-EL-4010 DE-176-EL-4011 ISSUE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DB Schedule-1 DB Schedule-2 DB Schedule-3 DB Schedule-4 Data Telephone Schematic Diagram CC1V Schematic Diagram LIGHTING LAYOUT Basement Lig hting Layout .1 Ground Small Power Layout .1 Mezzanine Lighting Layout .2 Ground Small Power Layout . NO.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DRAWING TITLE FIRE PROTECTION Site Plan Fire Protection 1st Basement Floor Fire Protection Part A 1st Basement Floor Fire Protection Part B Ground Floor Plan Fire Protection Part A Ground Floor Plan Fire Protection Part B Mezzanine Floor Fire Protection Part A Mezzanine Floor Fire Protection Part B 1st Floor Plan Fire Protection Part A 1st Floor Plan Fire Protection Part B Roof Floor Fire Protection Part A Roof Floor Fire Protection Part B Riser Diagram Fire Protection FM200 Fire Suppression System QTel Room at Basement FM200 Fire Suppression System HV Room at Ground floor DRAWING NUMBER FP-01 FP-02 FP-03 FP-04 FP-05 FP-06 FP-07 FP-08 FP-09 FP-10 FP-11 FP-12 NQ-HFC-QTEL-C3001 NQ-HFC-HV-GF-C3002 ISSUE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 12 13 14 ] ] ] ] 15 16 17 FM200 Fire Suppression System Transformer Room NQ-H FC-TX-GF-C3003 at Ground floor FM200 Fire Suppression System MV Room at Ground floor FM200 Fire Suppression System MV Room at Ground floor -- NQ-HFC-MV-GF-C3004 NQ-HFC-MISC-C4001 MECHANICAL VENTILATION 18 Basement Floor Plan Mechanical Ventilation MV-Ol 0 DRAINAGE 19 20 21 22 23 24 Site Plan Drainage Layout Basement Floor Drainage Layout Ground Floor Drainage Layout Mezzanine Floor Drainage Layout 1st Floor Drainage Layout Roof Deck Drainage Layout DE-176-DR-01 DE-176-DR-02 DE-176-DR-03 DE-176-DR-04 DE-176-DR-05 DE-176-DR-06 0 0 0 0 0 0 ] J ] -l Page 1012 .Project: SHOWROOM & OFFICE BUILDING B+G+M+l CLIENT: Sheikh Ali Bin Ahmed Bin Thani AI Thani DRAWING LIST MECHANICAL SR. NO.

PLUMBING 25 Site Plan Plumbing Layout Basement Floor Plumbing Layout Ground Floor Plumbing Layout Mezzanine Floor Plumbing Layout 1st Floor Plumbing Layout Roof Deck Plumbing Layout DE-176-WS-01 DE-176-WS-02 DE-176-WS-03 DE-176-WS-04 DE-176-WS-05 DE-176-WS-06 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 27 28 29 30 DRAWING TITlE DRAWING NUMBER ISSUE J J J J J J J J J J J J HVAC 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Basement Floor Ducting Layout Ground Floor Ducting Layout Mezzanine Floor Ducting Layout First Floor Ducting Layout Roof Floor Ducting Layout Basement Floor Chilled Water Piping Layout Ground Floor Chilled Water Piping Layout Mezzanine Floor Chilled Water Piping Layout First Floor Chilled Water Piping Layout Roof Floor Chilled Water Piping Layout Equipment Schedule Toilet Extract & Fresh Air Schematic Diagram Chilled Water Schematic Diagram Standard Ducting Details Standard Piping Details DE-176-HVAC-01 DE-176-HVAC-02 DE-176-HVAC-03 DE-176-HVAC-04 DE-176-HVAC-05 DE-176-HVAC-06 DE-176-HVAC-07 DE-176-HVAC-08 DE-176-HVAC-09 DE-176-HVAC-10 DE-176-HVAC-ll DE-176-HVAC-12 DE-176-HVAC-13 DE-176-HVAC-14 DE-176-HVAC-15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Page 2 of2 ----------- . NO.J ] J J J ] Project: SHOWROOM &. OFFICE BUILDING B+G+M+l CLIENT: Sheikh Ali Bin Ahmed Bin Thani AI Thani DRAWING LIST MECHANICAL SR.

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