TENDER NO.TP.11.

032 EPC FOR NEW ASAB ACCOMMODATION COMPLEX – PHASE III

VOLUME 1 OF 3

G E N E R AL I N D E X

ANNEXURE VOLUME 1 – – A B C D E F G H I J

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FORM OF AGREEMENT ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT SCOPE OF WORKS LIST OF DRAWINGS AND ATTACHMENTS FREE ISSUE MATERIALS LIST FACILITIES PROVIDED BY COMPANY SPECIAL CONDITIONS CO-ORDINATION PROCEDURE SAFETY REGULATIONS BANK GUARANTEES INSURANCE CONFIRMATION LETTER ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATES AND RELEASE LETTER VOLUME 2

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INVITATION TO TENDER TENDER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS TENDER CHECKLIST DECLARATION FORM OF TENDER FORM OF TENDER SECURITY CERTIFICATION SCHEDULE WORK METHODS RESOURCES TEMPORARY FACILITIES VOLUME 3

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BILLS OF QUANTITIES

FORM OF AGREEMENT

...... IT IS HEREBY AGREED AND DECLARED BY AND BETWEEN THE PARTIES HERETO AS FOLLOWS: .. which expression shall........ (GASCO) duly organised under the laws of Abu Dhabi...... TWO THOUSAND ………………......... duly organised under the laws of ... competent personnel and experience to carry out such WORKS and is willing to do so on the terms and conditions hereinafter contained... where the context so permits....... COMPANY desires to have certain WORKS performed as hereinafter specified 2....………………….....A...... IN CONSIDERATION OF THE MUTUAL COVENANTS HEREIN CONTAINED... vehicles. Box 665........... include its successors-in-interests and assignees) of one part...…...... having its postal address as P. include its successors-in-interest and assignees) of other part.... Box ......... UAE (hereinafter referred to as "COMPANY". DAY OF ....... ……… (hereinafter referred to as "CONTRACTOR". having its postal address as P..... CONTRACTOR represents to have the necessary capability.....THIS AGREEMENT MADE IN ABU DHABI U. WHEREAS 1.. AND ........ where the context so permits... equipment....E. BUT EFFECTIVE FROM THE ..... NOW........ Abu Dhabi...O. ON …………….... THEREFORE..... BETWEEN ABU DHABI GAS INDUSTRIES LTD.. which expression shall.......O.. ………………….

INDEMNITY AND INSURANCE TAXES AND DUTIES VARIATIONS SUSPENSION TERMINATION CLAIMS AND LIENS ACCEPTANCE. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR WAIVER CUSTOMS LAWS AND REGULATIONS RIGHT OF AUDIT NOTICES AND ADDRESSES . DEFICIENT WORK & REJECTION CONFIDENTIALITY ASSIGNMENT SUB-CONTRACTING FORCE MAJEURE DISPUTE RESOLUTION APPLICABLE LAW AGREEMENT INTERPRETATION ENTIRE AGREEMENT.ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT INDEX ARTICLE 1 ARTICLE 2 ARTICLE 3 ARTICLE 4 ARTICLE 5 ARTICLE 6 ARTICLE 7 ARTICLE 8 ARTICLE 9 ARTICLE 10 ARTICLE 11 ARTICLE 12 ARTICLE 13 ARTICLE 14 ARTICLE 15 ARTICLE 16 ARTICLE 17 ARTICLE 18 ARTICLE 19 ARTICLE 20 ARTICLE 21 ARTICLE 22 ARTICLE 23 ARTICLE 24 ARTICLE 25 ARTICLE 26 ARTICLE 27 ARTICLE 28 ARTICLE 29                              DEFINITIONS SCOPE OF WORKS DURATION CO-ORDINATION PROCEDURE FACILITIES PROVIDED BY COMPANY CONTRACTOR‟S GENERAL OBLIGATIONS FINANCIAL ENTITLEMENTS WARRANTIES BANK GUARANTEES LIABILITY.

performed by PROJECT : Means the Project to which the WORKS apply as described in Annexure 'A' hereafter. controls or is controlled by or is under common control with such PARTY. any other person. Means the total aggregate sum to be paid to CONTRACTOR by COMPANY according to Article 7 and Article 12. corporation or combination thereof employed by CONTRACTOR for the performance of the WORKS. when the CONTRACTOR has successfully completed and handed over the WORKS to the COMPANY as defined in Article 16. "control" means direct or indirect ownership of more than fifty percent (50%) of the outstanding capital stock or other equity interest having ordinary voting power or the ability to appoint a majority of the board of directors or otherwise exercise de facto control. PARTY (IES) : Means COMPANY and/or CONTRACTOR. partnership. partnership or body corporate that directly or indirectly through one or more intermediaries. other than the employees of the CONTRACTOR. FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE. firm. with respect to any PARTY. WORKS : Means all works and activities to be CONTRACTOR under this AGREEMENT.1. the words and expressions listed hereunder shall have the meanings hereby assigned to them except where the context otherwise requires: AFFILIATE : Means. DEFINITIONS For the purpose of this AGREEMENT. SUB-CONTRACTOR(S) : Means any person or persons. AGREEMENT/CONTRACT : FEED : CONTRACT PRICE : SITE : Means all locations where WORKS are to be performed. For purposes of this definition. Articles 1 through 29.(FAC) : Means the certificate signed by COMPANY at the end of the warranty period as defined in Article 16. PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE(PAC) : Means the certificate signed by COMPANY. Means the present document. EFFECTIVE DATE : The date of Commitment (Award) . together with Annexure „A‟ through „O‟ Means front end engineering and design prepared by or for COMPANY for the WORK.

database rights. Means 365 days. Means any and all changes in or relative to the WORK in accordance with Article 12 hereof. : : INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY : DAY : : : Means a calendar day Seven (7) calendar days. other than COMPANY or CONTRACTOR.unregistered or are the subject of pending applications). MECHANICAL COMPLETION : Means the stage when certain of all parts of the construction and pre-commissioning of WORKS are successfully completed in full compliance with the AGREEMENT and SPECIFICATIONS and in accordance with procedures and checklists. entities or a combination thereof. title or interest similar or analogous to any of the above. firms. but not limited to the technical norms and standard to control quality of materials. service marks. WEEK YEAR . trade or business names. which covers. Means an any and all person. harmful consequences such person or entity knew or should have known such act or failure would have on the safety or property of another person or entity. design rights (whether the above rights are registered . know-how (including trade secrets and confidential information) and any rights. joint or concurrent )by any person or entity which was intended to cause or which was in reckless disregard of or wanton indifference to. Means the consulting firm appointed. Means rights title or interest in patents. (including copyrights in software). MECHANICAL COMPLETION CERTIFICATE : PMC : THIRD PARTY : VARIATION/S. FINAL ACCEPTANCE : Means the stage at which CONTRACTOR has fulfilled all its obligations under this AGREEMENT and the WARRANTY PERIOD has expired.copyrights.SPECIFICATIONS : Means the document entitled “Specifications”. trademarks. by COMPANY to provide project management services to the WORK and/or the PROJECT. workmanship and services. if any. bodies. GROSS NEGLIGENCE/ WILLFUL MISCONDUCT. as included in the contract. companies. Means any act or failure to act (whether sole. Means the certificate signed by COMPANY and issued to CONTRACTOR confirming MECHANICAL COMPLETION. partnerships.

and in such case the CONTRACT PRICE and the Schedule shall be adjusted in accordance with the provisions of this AGREEMENT. and shall give all required notices and shall furnish any bonds. one (1%) percent per week (or pro rata on a daily basis) up to a maximum of ten (10%) percent of the final CONTRACT PRICE. CONTRACTOR shall at all times observe the provisions of the said Co-ordination Procedure.2 . 6. 3.1.2. For the purpose of the PROJECT/WORK. CO-ORDINATION PROCEDURE The Co-ordination Procedure defining the practical interface between COMPANY and CONTRACTOR is set out in Annexure 'F'.1 DURATION COMING INTO FORCE The date of coming into force of this AGREEMENT shall be the EFFECTIVE DATE first above written and it shall remain in force until the issuance by COMPANY of the FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE. or as thereafter extended by COMPANY.3 6.1 6.1 6.1 5.2. quality and quantity of surface and sub-surface materials or obstacles to be encountered insofar as this information is reasonably ascertainable from the visual inspection of SITE as well as from SPECIFICATIONS and the drawings included and / or provided under this AGREEMENT. CONTRACTOR shall pay to COMPANY as liquidated damages and not as a penalty for CONTRACTOR's failure to meet the completion of WORKS as defined in the said time schedule. CONTRACTOR further acknowledges that it has satisfied itself as to the character. CONTRACTOR’s GENERAL OBLIGATIONS GENERAL CONTRACTOR shall obtain all licences necessary to enable it to do business in the country or countries and any political subdivisions thereof wherein any part of the WORKS shall be performed. which Scope shall be increased or decreased at COMPANY's option. and maintained thereafter in accordance with the provisions of Article 8 and Article 12. 3. COMPANY shall also supply CONTRACTOR with any other pertinent data and information as COMPANY shall deem required for the performance of the WORKS by CONTRACTOR. 3. 5. SCOPE OF WORKS The WORKS to be performed under this AGREEMENT shall be as specified in the Scope of Works as per Annexure 'A'. COMPANY shall designate in writing its Representative who shall be authorised to act on COMPANY's behalf with respect to the AGREEMENT. 3.2 3. CONTRACTOR shall perform the WORKS in accordance with the provisions of this AGREEMENT including all Annexures.2.2 3.3 4. 5.2.2 FACILITIES PROVIDED BY COMPANY Services and data to be supplied by COMPANY shall be as described in Annexure 'D'. Upon coming into force of this AGREEMENT. COMPANY shall have the right without prejudice to any other method of recovery to deduct the amount of such damages from any monies due or which may become due to CONTRACTOR.1 LIQUIDATED DAMAGES FOR LATE COMPLETION If CONTRACTOR shall fail to complete the WORKS within the time prescribed in Annexure 'K' and amended by a Variation. then unless such failure is due to Force Majeure and/or due to COMPANY's default. 5. CONTRACTOR shall take all reasonable steps consistent with its responsibilities hereunder to check the accuracy and correctness of such data and information. securities or deposits required by official authorities to permit performance of the WORKS. The WORKS shall be completed as per the time schedule stipulated in Annexure 'K'. The payment or deduction of such damages shall not relieve CONTRACTOR from its obligations to complete the WORKS or from any of its other obligations and liabilities under this AGREEMENT.1.

5 6.1 TEMPORARY OFFICES. contradictions. either directly or indirectly. canteen facilities. security passes and applicable licences for immigration and emigration of personnel as appropriate. CONTRACTOR shall. Such works and/or services shall be furnished at CONTRACTOR's own expense unless the same can be demonstrated by CONTRACTOR to constitute a variation as defined in Article 12 hereafter. work and residence permits.4 6. ambiguities. deficiencies. in procuring its needs of goods and services.4 TRANSPORT FACILITIES FOR SITE PERSONNEL/TOOLS/EQUIPMENT CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for providing adequate transport to and from and within the SITE for its own or its SUB-CONTRACTOR‟s personnel/tools/equipment.1.3 Should any works and/or services be required which are not specifically denoted in the Scope of Works. CONTRACTOR shall arrange for mobilisation/demobilisation of its personnel including visas. 6. MOBILISATION OF PERSONNEL Except as otherwise stated. inaccuracies. omissions. omissions.2.2. plans of all accommodation it proposes to erect before any construction 6. 6. omission or discrepancy in the FEED documents shall not result in or give rise to a time extension or cost VARIATION without prejudice to additions. semi-skilled and unskilled labour as shall be necessary for the proper and timely execution and maintenance of the WORKS. CONTRACTOR shall furnish all such works and/or services. but which COMPANY considers to be necessary for the proper carrying out of the intent of the AGREEMENT. If CONTRACTOR wishes to provide temporary housing and/or camp accommodation for its personnel.1.2 6.5. CONTRACTOR hereby endorses and adopts the FEED and takes full responsibility therefore as being a suitable design for the PROJECT and to satisfy COMPANY requirements as set out in this AGREEMENT. Any error. 6. SANITARY AND ACCOMMODATION CONTRACTOR shall provide offices and other temporary accommodation for its SITE personnel including sanitary accommodation and. in executing its obligations hereunder. CONTRACTOR acknowledges that it has received and fully familiarised itself with the FEED and has fully checked and verified all aspects thereof and has drawn COMPANY‟s attention to and resolved any errors.6. give preference to local contractors and suppliers and to such goods and services as are available in the local market in a suitable type and quality.5 6.1 Such technical assistants as are skilled and experienced in their respective callings and such sub-agents. CONTRACTOR shall arrange for accommodation of its own and its SUB-CONTRACTOR‟s personnel delegated to the SITE.1. CONTRACTOR shall further.3 .6 Subject to the provisions of Article 5. deletions or changes to the WORK as a result of errors. inconsistencies or discrepancies or changes Information as defined in Article 5. FEED ENDORSEMENT (WHERE APPLICABLE) 6. Such skilled. licences. foremen and leading hands as are competent to give proper supervision to the work they are required to supervise. where necessary. for prior approval by COMPANY.1. give preference to the use of local ports and local means of transportation available in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. or discrepancies in the FEED.2 PERSONNEL CONTRACTOR shall provide and employ on the SITE in connection with the execution and maintenance of the WORKS as provided in this AGREEMENT: 6.2. CONTRACTOR shall submit.2.

the means of access required. Upon coming into force of this AGREEMENT. All notices. CONTRACTOR shall designate a competent authorised representative acceptable to COMPANY to represent and act for CONTRACTOR and shall inform COMPANY in writing of the name and address of such representative and the scope of his authority. In case any damage. instructions and other communications given to the CONTRACTOR authorised representative by COMPANY shall be deemed to be given to CONTRACTOR.11. 6. COMPANY shall designate in writing its Representative who shall be authorised to act on COMPANY's behalf with respect to the AGREEMENT. from any cause whatsoever.2 6. its surroundings and information available in connection therewith and to have satisfied itself so far as shall be practicable as to the form and nature thereof. CONTRACTOR shall. INSPECTION OF THE SITE CONTRACTOR shall be deemed to have inspected and examined the SITE. 6. properties. so far as compliance with the requirements of the AGREEMENT permits. and in general shall be deemed to have obtained all information necessary for carrying out the WORKS. afford all reasonable opportunities for carrying out their work to any other contractors employed by COMPANY and their workmen and to the workmen of COMPANY and of any other duly constituted authorities who shall be employed in the execution on or near the SITE of any work not included in the AGREEMENT or of any contract which COMPANY shall enter into in connection with or ancillary to the WORKS. 6. determinations.11 6. so that at the issue of the PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE the WORKS shall be in good order and condition and in conformity in every respect with the requirements of the AGREEMENT.9. whether in the possession of COMPANY or of any other person.1 Before starting the WORKS. 6. be carried out so as not to interfere unnecessarily or improperly with the convenience of the public or the access to. 6. the extent and nature of work and materials necessary for the completion of the WORKS. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for all costs associated with any temporary housing and/or camp accommodation provided by CONTRACTOR. repair and make good the same. directions. loss or injury shall happen to the WORKS or any part thereof.11.9 AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVE 6. at its own cost.commences. in accordance with the requirements of COMPANY.5.2 The sanitary accommodation shall be kept in a clean and orderly condition to the approval of the Public Health Authorities and shall be removed on completion of WORKS and all trenches shall be chemically treated and completely backfilled. The responsibility for all safety measures and required for the WORKS rests solely with CONTRACTOR.8 OTHER CONTRACTORS CONTRACTOR shall.1 SAFETY AND SECURITY CONTRACTOR shall in executing the WORKS comply with the relevant requirements of the HSE Policy of COMPANY together with all applicable laws and regulations of Abu Dhabi and the UAE.6 6. 6. use and occupation of public or private roads and footpaths to.10 FULL RESPONSIBILITY AND CARE CONTRACTOR shall take full responsibility for the care of the WORKS from the commencement thereof until the date of issue of the PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE. 6.2 .7 CONVENIENCE OF THE PUBLIC All operations necessary for the execution of the WORKS shall.9. or of.

2 6. and all of its officers and employees from and against any and all claims. weekly and monthly reports as per Annexure „F‟ requirements. defend.1 6. at its expense. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for the provision of medical services. including service lines such as cables. pipeline or other service exposed by CONTRACTOR shall be protected and supported by CONTRACTOR to prevent damage to the service. to the owners of such services for any damage thereto arising out of or in relation with the performance of the WORKS by CONTRACTOR. smoke. before backfilling.16 CLEARANCE OF SITE ON COMPLETION .6. 'Hot Works' shall be defined as those types of work which shall involve the use of open flame.13. substances or materials which shall pollute the water or be deleterious to life or environment. WATER AND AIR POLLUTION AND NOISE CONTRACTOR shall. Any foundations of existing buildings or roads in or alongside the excavations shall be supported by suitable braces. props or other means throughout CONTRACTOR's operations and. provide suitable facilities to prevent the introduction into any sub-surface water bearing strata or reservoirs or other body of water. 6.11. subject to the provisions of this AGREEMENT. whether in the possession of COMPANY or of any other party. in consideration for the use thereof.12. COMPANY may have medical services at the SITE and may at its option make available such services for the treatment of employees of CONTRACTOR who shall be injured or become ill while engaged in the performance of the WORKS. the said services are adequately supported with concrete blocks or other satisfactory means so that no damage shall be caused to them on or after such backfilling or building in. and shall be solely responsible for obtaining all the necessary permits and licences required by the said laws and regulations. CONTRACTOR shall take all necessary precautions to avoid causing damage to services. first aid and hospitalisation. CONTRACTOR shall perform the WORKS so as not to discharge into the atmosphere. in undertaking 'Hot Works'. If such services are made available to CONTRACTOR's employees.3 6. 6. then.3 CONTRACTOR shall. use of apparatus or machines that could produce sparks. conduct the same in a safe manner and in compliance with the laws and regulations of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and the UAE and COMPANY's safety regulations. CONTRACTOR hereby agrees that: i) ii) he shall pay to COMPANY the costs of such services. on and after backfilling or building in. successors-in-interest or assignees.13.. pipelines.14 6. 6.14. etc. its personnel or agents or of its SUB-CONTRACTOR(S).15 RECORDS AND REPORTS CONTRACTOR shall maintain a log book at the SITE for daily recording of the work done and of all events of importance. shall be so permanently braced that they shall not be affected by the settlement of backfill. indemnify and save harmless COMPANY. all types of welding and gas cutting of metals. including.1 PROTECTION OF WORKS Any cable. CONTRACTOR shall submit to COMPANY daily. he shall release. its authorised representatives.12.12 6. including the sea. MEDICAL SERVICES Unless otherwise stated herein. and shall be liable.2 6. from any source whatsoever.14.1 6.13.13 6. buried or otherwise. Support shall be maintained throughout the whole period of the exposure of services and it shall be CONTRACTOR's responsibility to ensure that.2 6. and work which otherwise endangers inflammable environment . without limitation. CONTRACTOR shall perform the WORKS without unreasonable noise and disturbance. so as not to interfere unnecessarily or improperly with the use or occupation of adjacent properties. Such services shall conform to the applicable laws and regulations of Abu Dhabi and the UAE. for all its personnel employed in the performance of the WORKS within the SITE. demands or liabilities arising from the receipt of such services by CONTRACTOR's employees. dust or other air contaminants in violation of the applicable laws.

with a copy to COMPANY Representative and Head.1 Upon completion of WORKS. the same shall be accomplished by COMPANY at CONTRACTOR's expense. refer to Annexure E (Special Conditions).3 below as full and final remuneration.2 and 7. and it is deemed included in the Contract Price. Accounts Payable Final Invoice shall be clearly marked as final invoice and shall be supported (where applicable) A duly signed Release Letter as per Annexure „J‟. In the event of CONTRACTOR's failure to comply with the foregoing.1. CONTRACTOR shall submit to COMPANY detailed invoices in respect of the works performed for each month.2 In consideration of performing the WORKS in full conformity with the AGREEMENT. including original document from Custom Authority in respect of materials and goods clearance (if any). clearly state the reason for which payments are required state the bank details where the payments are to be made be signed by the authorised person contain description of items claimed exactly as stated in the AGREEMENT. For details. and may require assigning such personnel to the CONTRACTOR‟s office. Not applicable TRAINING OF COMPANY STAFF The CONTRACTOR shall allow for.6. to be submitted to Accounts Payable Controller. 6. 7. (GASCO) P. Contracts Department. – – – – The Invoices shall be addressed as follows: Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. including return to COMPANY of any salvageable supplies furnished by COMPANY but not used. PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE. construction plant.2 7. clearly stamped 'ORIGINAL' and three (3) copies. including satisfactory disposal of all temporary works. provide operational works.O. The invoices shall be submitted in one (1) original.1. at its expense. COMPANY shall pay to CONTRACTOR the CONTRACT PRICE as specified in Annexure 'O' (Vol. unused materials and other equipment and materials belonging to CONTRACTOR or used in the performance of the WORKS. . rubbish.2 6. and CONTRACTOR shall leave the SITE in a neat. clean and safe condition. The invoices shall: – – – bear the date of Performance of Work bear reference to this AGREEMENT be supported by all necessary documentation to enable COMPANY to review and accept them. The CONTRACT PRICE shall only be adjusted when a valid variation for which the CONTRACTOR is entitled to additional payment if any pursuant to Article 12 is valued and the sum is added to the said PRICE. CONTRACTOR shall. (PAC).1 FINANCIAL ENTITLEMENTS CONTRACT PRICE 7.17 7. or the AGREEMENT is based on remeasurement principle / payment per actual occurrence.16.2 INVOICING On a date to be mutually agreed upon by both PARTIES and according to schedules. 7. the provision of the below facility:  CONTRACTOR shall provide training to COMPANY‟s personnel. 3 of 3) – Bills of Quantities in the manner set forth in sub-articles 7. after written notice from COMPANY.16.Abu Dhabi Attention : Head. Box 665 .

Without waiver or limitation of any of its rights under the AGREEMENT or at law. subject to the retention provisions under this AGREEMENT. The time for payment in respect of the unobjected invoice shall run from the date of receipt by COMPANY of the 'original invoice' and the time for the 'revised invoice' shall run from the date of receipt by COMPANY of the 'revised invoice'. COMPANY shall approve said invoice and payment shall be made to CONTRACTOR within forty five (45) days from the receipt of correct invoice by COMPANY. Upon issue of the Provisional Acceptance Certificate the amount of the Retention Bank Guarantee shall reduce by fifty (50) percent.6 7. 8. COMPANY shall be entitled to deduct from any monies due to CONTRACTOR under the AGREEMENT any and all amounts of any debt due from CONTRACTOR to COMPANY. in which case COMPANY shall have the right to refuse receipt thereof if it shall be submitted more than six (6) months after the original invoice or prior revised invoice shall be objected to.4 Retention i) ii) All payments to CONTRACTOR shall be subject to the receipt by COMPANY of a valid Retention Bank Guarantee in accordance with Article 9 and with the wording of Annexure „H‟.5 7.3. unless such invoice shall be a 'revised invoice'. COMPANY shall make payment to CONTRACTOR by direct transfer to the Bank nominated by CONTRACTOR. COMPANY shall within fifteen (15) days from receipt thereof return the invoice to CONTRACTOR for revision.3.1 PAYMENT Payment. 7. whichever comes first.3 7. unless otherwise stated in this AGREEMENT. 8. CONTRACTOR shall promptly make out and return to COMPANY two invoices.3 7. COMPANY shall have the sole authority to judge the progress of WORKS. Any payment made by COMPANY shall not be construed as a waiver of right of COMPANY to object to any invoice so paid. COMPANY shall have the right to refuse any invoice not delivered by CONTRACTOR within six (6) months from the realisation of relevant works or engagement of relevant reimbursable costs.7 No payment shall be made by COMPANY until receipt of the Bank Guarantee required under Article 9 and Insurance Policies as per Article 10. If payment falls due on a non-banking day.3. shall be payable to CONTRACTOR in monthly instalments on the basis of progress of WORKS. it shall be paid on the next banking day.3. one invoice (the 'unobjected invoice') being in respect of the unobjected part of the original invoice and the other (the 'revised invoice') being in respect of the objected part of the original invoice. iii) The Retention Bank Guarantee shall remain valid until such date when CONTRACTOR has fully met its warranty and other obligations as contained in Articles 8 and 16 and provided that COMPANY shall have issued the FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE. The payment procedure referred to in this Sub-Article shall apply mutatis mutandis to the payment of such amounts as they become due to CONTRACTOR as a result of variations or of other terms of this AGREEMENT. All invoices shall be presented and shall be payable in UAE Dirhams. Upon receipt of each invoice. then the above procedure shall be repeated for the last time after which COMPANY shall pay the undisputed part of the last 'revised invoice'.2 7. CONTRACTOR shall give its Bank's name and account number on or with each Invoice. If the 'revised invoice' shall be objected to wholly or in part.3.1 WARRANTIES CONSTRUCTION WARRANTY . specifying the item or items to which COMPANY objects and the reasons for such objection. or ninty days after the expiry of the Warranty period.3.3.7. 7. COMPANY shall review it and if deemed to be in accordance with the AGREEMENT. Should the invoice (the 'original invoice') be objected to wholly or in part by COMPANY.

CONTRACTOR shall take all actions available to it to enforce such warranties obtained from its vendors. equipment. equipment. until Twelve (12) months after such rectification or replacement work shall be provisionally accepted by COMPANY. tools and supplies delivered or installed by CONTRACTOR. from the date of its being put into satisfactory operation.1. 8. reputable and responsible suppliers and from sources readily available to Abu Dhabi and that if any of such items shall be found defective. Should CONTRACTOR before the issue of the FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE fail to carry out any up-keep or maintenance work deemed necessary by COMPANY.3 8.1. tools and supplies procured from such vendors and suppliers. such materials. tools and supplies are supplied or installed to rectify or replace any defect subsequently discovered.1 CONTRACTOR warrants that the WORKS hereunder shall be free from defects and shall conform to and shall be performed as to comply with specifications and other requirements contained herein or other specifications mutually agreed upon. Such warranties shall remain in force until Twelve (12) months after the date of PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE. after written notice from COMPANY.1. CONTRACTOR guarantees that all materials. tools and supplies designed. which warranties shall be assigned to COMPANY or to such entity as shall be designated by COMPANY. specified and arranged for by CONTRACTOR and used or installed in the WORKS shall conform to the specifications contained in the AGREEMENT and that such materials. or where such materials. expenses and overheads in relation thereto. to carry out or cause to be carried out such up-keep or maintenance work in such a manner as COMPANY deems appropriate. CONTRACTOR shall rectify or replace such defective item at its own cost. COMPANY shall be entitled to arrange such replacements or repairs and to recover the cost from CONTRACTOR.2 8. equipment or workmanship supplied or performed by CONTRACTOR or its SUB-CONTRACTOR(S) which are not or shall not be in accordance with the specifications or otherwise defective. All materials.1. CONTRACTOR shall. whichever comes later. charges. shall be on CONTRACTOR‟s account. repair or replace.8. When failure to perform in accordance with specifications results from defects in goods furnished by CONTRACTOR's vendors. equipment or workmanship repaired or replaced pursuant to this warranty shall in each case be likewise guaranteed by CONTRACTOR for a period of Twelve (12) months. tools and supplies used or installed in the WORKS shall be procured only from good. after giving notice in writing to CONTRACTOR and if CONTRACTOR does not commence the said work within ten (10) days thereafter. at its own cost and expense. CONTRACTOR's failure to obtain such warranties from its vendors and suppliers shall not relieve CONTRACTOR of its obligations with respect to materials. CONTRACTOR shall obtain from its vendors and suppliers for the benefit of COMPANY all possible warranties with respect to materials. For a period of Twelve (12) months after the date of issue of the PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE.2 SUPPLY WARRANTY CONTRACTOR guarantees good title to all materials and equipment supplied by it and the fitness of such materials and equipment for the use intended. If CONTRACTOR fails to replace or repair such defective materials. . as certified by COMPANY. CONTRACTOR shall keep COMPANY informed of all actions which it shall take and CONTRACTOR shall have the right to obtain from COMPANY an assignment to CONTRACTOR of all rights of enforcement of such warranties. equipment or workmanship noted above expeditiously. COMPANY shall have the right. the costs.4 8. if COMPANY so directs. equipment. equipment. or the remaining period of the AGREEMENT Warranty. equipment.

2 8. 10. which amount shall be increased proportionally should the said initially estimated CONTRACT PRICE be increased.4. 10.1 LIABILITY. including without limitation loss of product or equipment or facility down-time or loss of profit or loss of opportunity. notwithstanding any variations. notwithstanding the issue of the FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE and the release of the Bank Guarantee.1. or revenue or increased costs of finance or like items of damage.4 8. frauds or errors becoming apparent after the issue of the FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE. care and diligence in the performance of its obligations hereunder. LIABILITY CONTRACTOR shall exercise all reasonable skill. alterations or extensions of time that shall be given or agreed upon.5 9. The Retention Bank Guarantee shall be in an amount equivalent to five (5) percent of the initially estimated CONTRACT PRICE. Neither COMPANY nor CONTRACTOR shall be liable to the other for any indirect or consequential loss or damage. which shall apply in all respects to the WORKS. The Bank Guarantees. 8.1 DESIGN WARRANTY CONTRACTOR warrants that the structural design and the detailed engineering design carried out by it shall be in accordance with good engineering practice and skill as is customarily employed. INDEMNITY AND INSURANCE. custom or usage of trade.3 DECENNIAL STRUCTURES WARRANTY CONTRACTOR shall remain liable for a period of ten (10) years for the soundness of the structures. The foregoing warranties shall not be interpreted as a limitation upon but are in addition to all other warranties and guarantees expressed in the AGREEMENT or implied by law. as well as for any defect or error arising out of the performance of the WORKS. COMPANY shall have the right to deduct the equivalent value of the Guarantee(s) from any money become due to the CONTRACTOR under this AGREEMENT.2 . and keep the same until the CONTRACTOR comply with the requirements of this Article. The Performance Bank Guarantee shall be in an amount equivalent to ten (10) percent of the initially estimated CONTRACT PRICE. Such design shall conform to the requirements stated in the AGREEMENT.4. 8. CONTRACTOR's liability shall extend to giving notification of the defective design to COMPANY in proper time. CONTRACTOR shall also be liable for latent defects.1 10.8.1. which amount shall be increased proportionally should the said initially estimated CONTRACT PRICE or cumulative gross payments to CONTRACTOR under this AGREEMENT be increased beyond the initially estimated CONTRACT PRICE. In the event of any deficiency in COMPANY's design. the cost of which shall be borne by CONTRACTOR. shall be to secure CONTRACTOR's obligations under this AGREEMENT. CONTRACTOR shall provide COMPANY with an unconditional and irrevocable Performance Bank Guarantee and Retention Bank Guarantee issued in accordance with the wording of Annexure 'H' by a bank in Abu Dhabi acceptable to COMPANY and payable to COMPANY on first demand and valid up to the issue of the FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE. Should the CONTRACTOR fail to submit the Bank Guarantee as stated hereinabove. 10. BANK GUARANTEES Within fifteen (15) days from the coming into force of this AGREEMENT.

real or personal (other than the Works). and their respective agents. and An insurance for CONTRACTOR's plant.3 INSURANCE 10.3. the Company's Personnel. and A Motor Vehicle Third Party and Passenger Liability Insurance which shall provide an unlimited indemnity for death of or injury to persons and the equivalent of not less than Dhs. AGGREGATE LIABILITY.2.1 INDEMNITY The Contractor shall indemnify and hold harmless the Company. under or in connection with the contract other than under Sub-Clause 10. losses and expenses (including legal fees and expenses) in respect of bodily injury. One Million per occurrence). or any of their respective agents. and (b) Damage to or loss of any property. COMPANY and SUB-CONTRACTORS the following Insurance Policies: A Workmen's Compensation Employer's Liability Insurance (with a limit of liability of not less than Dhs. willful act or breach of the Contract by the Company.2.10. omission or act for which the insured is liable. execution and completion of the Works and the remedying of any defects. wilful act or breach of the Contract by the Company the Company's Personnel. and (ii) Is not attributable to gross negligence. This Sub-Clause shall not limit liability in any case of fraud.2 10. or leased to their full value against all loss of or damage from whatever cause arising.2. the Company's Personnel. damages. shall not exceed 100% of Contract Price or US $ 2. which is attributable to Gross negligence. damages. unless attributable to Gross negligence.1. of any person whatsoever arising out of or in the course of or by reason of the design. equipment and property whether owned. 10. or anyone directly or indirectly employed by any of them. the Company's Personnel. COMPANY shall likewise indemnify and hold harmless Contractor from any physical damage to property of third parties or injury to persons including death to the extent resulting directly from the Gross negligence of Company its agents. employees or assigns while engaged in activities relating to this Agreement. execution and completion of the Works and the remedying of any defects. from commencement until the issue of the FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE. CONTRACTOR shall obtain and maintain in the joint names of CONTRACTOR. to the extent that such damage or loss: (i) Arises out of or in the course of or by reason of the design. The total liability of the Contractor to the Company. wilful default or reckless misconduct.3.000. The Contractor shall Indemnify Company and hold harmless from any physical damage to property of third parties or injury to persons. losses and expenses (including legal fees and expenses) in respect of: (a) Bodily injury. against and from all claims. gross negligence or any breach of Contractor of its confidentiality obligations.4 10. Such professional liability insurance will provide for coverage in such amounts and for such period of times as set forth below.2.000 whichever is higher. and their respective agents. One Million for loss of or damage to property. disease or death. against and from all claims. 10. the Contractor's Personnel. and certificates 1) 2) 3) 4) . hired.2. sickness.2 The Company shall indemnify and hold harmless the Contractor. including death to the extent resulting directly from the Gross negligence of Contractor or its personnel or any of their respective agensts. employees or assigns while engaged in activities relating to this Agreement. or any of their respective agents. sickness. CONTRACTOR shall procure and maintain Professional Liability Insurance for protection from claims arising out of performance of professional caused by negligent error.1 Without limitation to CONTRACTOR's obligations and responsibilities during the whole period of the AGREEMENT. willful act or breach of the Contract by the Company. disease or death. 10. their respective agents.

3. Insurance shall be arranged as far as possible with one of the following Insurance Companies registered and licensed to work in Emirate of Abu Dhabi:– – – – – – – – – – – Abu Dhabi National Insurance Company Al-Ain Ahlia Insurance Company Al-Dhafra Insurance Company Emirates Insurance Company Al Khazna Insurance Company Al Wathba National Insurance Company Abu Dhabi National Takaful Co. COMPANY wherever applicable shall effect at its own expense in the joint names of COMPANY. COMPANY shall not accept any responsibility whatsoever for any loss of or damage to any property or personal effects belonging to CONTRACTOR's employees or to those of SUBCONTRACTOR(S). maintenance. and that the Policies shall remain in force throughout the duration of the AGREEMENT. |In the event there is no such statute specifically applicable to design and construction or improvements to real property. The cited suspension shall not relieve the CONTRACTOR of his liabilities stated under this AGREEMENT 10.000.000. and the CONTRACTOR in such case shall be liable to all consequences of delays and associated costs.000.indicting that such insurance is in effect will be delivered to the COMPANY.7 . require evidence that the Policy Premiums have been paid to the Insurers.3.00 each in the aggregate based on the size of Contract (to be specified on case to case basis). a notice shall be sent the COMPANY of the impending cancellation and that such cancellation shall not be effective for a period of 30 days after receipt of such notice.4 10.3.3 10. airfreight movements and land transportation. prior to the commencement of any SITE activity. All deductibles or liabilities in excess of the indemnities provided under the insurances arranged by CONTRACTOR/SUB-CONTRACTOR(S) and/or COMPANY shall be for the account of and paid by CONTRACTOR and its SUB-CONTRACTOR(S).3. materials and COMPANY's equipment. then COMPANY shall have the right to suspend the Work. In the event of such cancellation.2 CONTRACTOR shall.3.6 10. the CONTRACTOR shall immediately replace said policy with another acceptable to the COMPANY. and shall cause the Insurers or Underwriters thereof to waive rights of subrogation against COMPANY. excluding items which CONTRACTOR shall be already required to insure at commencement of the WORKS until completion of the same.000. if any.3. Should the CONTACTOR fail to submit the above stated Documents. Such policy shall also contain a provision to the effect that in case of cancellation. a General Third Party Risks Insurance and Insurance of the works. This insurance shall be maintained in force during the period of AGREEMENT and after the completion of professional services under the AGREEMENT until the expiration of any applicable statutes of limitation.5 Without limitation to CONTRACTOR's obligations and responsibilities under this AGREEMENT and during the whole period of the AGREEMENT. Oman Insurance Company Qatar Insurance Company Arab Orient Insurance Company Al Sagr National Insurance Company 10. submit the Insurance Confirmation Letter (Annexure „I‟) confirming that the required Insurance Policies have been effected by CONTRACTOR.00 and US$10. COMPANY reserves the right to examine the wording of the Policies. 10. its subsidiaries and all other Companies in COMPANY's group. – – Between US$2. this insurance shall be maintained by CONTRACTOR for a period of three (3) years after the date of FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATES. CONTRACTOR and SUB-CONTRACTOR(S) a Transit Insurance of all marine shipments.

it shall give CONTRACTOR its written acceptance thereof. any additional sums becomes payable by Contractor or its Sub-Contractor to any UAE Government authority after the award of this Tender such legislation not having been announced at the time of submission of Commercial Bid documents. shall as far as possible be imported through Abu Dhabi ports.2 CONTRACTOR shall also submit in co-ordination with COMPANY the entire claim documents to the Insurers directly and shall handle all claim negotiations directly with the Insurers. for the performance of the WORKS under this AGREEMENT. CONTRACTOR shall not be liable for customs duties levied by the Government of Abu Dhabi on materials. with the claim amounts due to COMPANY being effected by the Insurers directly to COMPANY‟s account. CONTRACTOR shall subsequently be required to submit original supporting documentary evidence from the Customs Authority related to materials and goods clearance and the associated debit note.4. VARIATIONS If a variation to the WORKS (hereinafter referred to as a “Variation”) shall be required.1 CONTRACTOR and/or SUBCONTRACTORS shall notify insurers with one copy to COMPANY of any occurrence. COMPANY shall initiate such Variation by forwarding to CONTRACTOR a statement describing the omissions in work or additional works to be performed. irrespective of the PARTY responsible for such occurrence. Expenses or savings anticipated. or any other Government elsewhere.1.5 12. After endorsement by CONTRACTOR. unless approved otherwise by COMPANY. likely to give rise to a claim under COMPANY‟s insurances taken as soon as possible and in any event within Five (5) working days of such occurrence coming to the notice of CONTRACTOR. then such sums which have not been included in such Tender in respect of the Work shall be paid by Contractor and reimbursed by Company to Contractor upon submission of pertinent documents.2 11. the actual settlement of the claim amounts due to CONTRACTOR shall be effected by the Insurers directly to CONTRACTOR‟s account. Cost to be incurred by CONTRACTOR for performance of the additional work. and approval and signature of the claim discharge receipt and letter of subrogation by COMPANY. If COMPANY decides the Variation shall be carried out. All imports shall be under GASCO name. withholding taxes. which Account has been allocated by Abu Dhabi Custom Authority for COMPANY.4. 11. 11. 12.2 12. including all project shipments (excluding CONTRACTOR‟s construction plants) imported. 10. if required. machinery. All goods.2 Time gained or reduced in respect of the time Schedule. . All payments relating to sponsorship which shall enable CONTRACTOR to work in the UAE. lighterage and other charges relating to the importation of materials and equipment shall be borne by CONTRACTOR.4. imposts.1 TAXES AND DUTIES CONTRACTOR shall be liable for all taxes.3 11. Although CONTRACTOR shall not pay the applicable Customs duty. 12158. equipment.1 12. as the said duties shall be debited by Custom Authority to COMPANY Account No. CONTRACTOR shall make an estimate of the consequences of such Variation as to: 11. machinery and any other goods.1.1 12. etc. charges or other assessments of whatsoever nature.3 12. landing. CLAIMS PROCEDURE 10. pilotage. shall be borne by CONTRACTOR.4 All port dues. equipment. duties (other than Customs duties). 11. as well as all personal income tax or any corporate taxes or registration charges levied by the Government of Abu Dhabi or the UAE at any future date.1. during the currency of the AGREEMENT and until issue of the PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE. whether levied by the Government of Abu Dhabi or the UAE. If as result of any future relevant UAE legislation or interpretation of existing laws.10.

15. of all such Variations shall be taken into account in ascertaining the amount of the CONTRACT PRICE. In such event.1 13. deed or thing which shall result in the creation of any other lien or charge on any materials or equipment forming or intended to form part of the WORKS. 15.2 14.1 . by mutual agreement.12.2 COMPANY shall also have the right at its absolute discretion to terminate this AGREEMENT by serving seven (7) days termination notice for any other reason. 14. on the grounds that it is subject to acceptance by COMPANY and/or finalisation of payment amount and/or time extension to the Schedule. The Schedule shall be adjusted to the extent necessary as a result of such Variations. 13. CONTRACTOR shall bind itself not to suspend or delay partly or as a whole for any reason the performance of the WORKS. and provided that such suspension shall not be otherwise provided for in the AGREEMENT or necessary by reason of default on CONTRACTOR's part. abandons the WORKS.1 TERMINATION COMPANY shall have the right to terminate this AGREEMENT if CONTRACTOR: – – – – does not carry out the WORKS or any part thereof in accordance with the provisions of this AGREEMENT. be fair and reasonable. In such event of termination.4 12.3 No such Variation shall in any way vitiate or invalidate the AGREEMENT but the value. becomes bankrupt or makes an assignment for the benefit of its creditors. 13. if any. the extra reasonable cost incurred by CONTRACTOR under this Article shall be borne and paid by COMPANY. CONTRACTOR undertakes not to create or do any act. CONTRACTOR CLAIMS 12. After the lapse of forty eight (48) hours no such claim shall be considered by COMPANY. suspends the WORKS or any part thereof. COMPANY shall settle and determine such extra payment and/or extension of time to be made to CONTRACTOR in respect of such claim as shall. CONTRACTOR shall not postpone or delay the performance of the works for which CONTRACTOR intends to claim.5 CONTRACTOR shall submit in writing full details of any claim or confirmation of any other instruction or development affecting the WORKS and for which CONTRACTOR deems a Variation is required within forty eight (48) hours of the start of any additional expense to which CONTRACTOR shall consider itself entitled from COMPANY. In any of the foregoing events. provided that CONTRACTOR shall not be entitled to recover any such extra cost unless CONTRACTOR gives written notice of its intention to claim to COMPANY within twenty-eight (28) days of COMPANY's order. 14. CLAIMS AND LIENS COMPANY shall have a first and paramount lien on all materials and equipment forming part of the WORKS. Notwithstanding any dispute arising between CONTRACTOR and COMPANY during the achievement of the WORKS. No Variation shall be paid where it shall be within the Scope of Works or shall be due to CONTRACTOR‟s act or omission in complying with this AGREEMENT. and shall be entitled to complete the WORKS or have them completed at the cost and expense of CONTRACTOR. COMPANY shall serve a notice of termination of seven (7) days to the CONTRACTOR. SUSPENSION COMPANY shall have the right to suspend partly or as a whole at any time the performance of the WORKS by giving seven (7) days notice to the CONTRACTOR. COMPANY shall pay to CONTRACTOR for the work already performed up to termination plus reasonable costs incurred on account of such termination.

shall constitute a legal charge on the property of COMPANY and/or the materials or equipment and/or the WORKS or any part thereof or on any of CONTRACTOR's equipment not forming part of the materials or equipment or the WORKS. Excluded therefrom are such liens and claims as are caused by any action or deed on COMPANY's part. a sum necessary to discharge such lien or claim.1. within a period of thirty (30) days after written notice from COMPANY pursuant to Sub-Article 15.1 16. 16.15. indemnify and save COMPANY harmless from and against any and all liability for the payment of the amount of any lien or claim against the property of COMPANY and/or the materials or equipment and/or the WORKS or any part thereof created by CONTRACTOR or by any SUB-CONTRACTOR or for materials.1 16.2 16.3 above. If COMPANY does not exercise its rights under the immediately preceding paragraph 16. DEFICIENT WORKS AND REJECTION If at any time before issue of the FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE there becomes apparent any failure of the WORKS or part thereof to conform to the warranties or any other defect or deficiency in the WORKS for which CONTRACTOR shall be responsible.2. The Warranty Period shall be intended particularly to ensure the proper performance of the WORKS during the specified period and the clearance therefrom of any defective material or deficient workmanship incorporated within the WORKS during the AGREEMENT period. CONTRACTOR shall upon receipt of written notice from COMPANY and at its own expense promptly remedy the same by.2.2 CONTRACTOR shall protect. The FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE shall then be issued by COMPANY. CONTRACTOR shall not be relieved from liability in respect of the relevant non-conformity or other defect or deficiency but its full and complete responsibility shall be limited to the repayment of all monies paid by COMPANY to CONTRACTOR in respect of the part of the WORKS affected thereby. COMPANY shall have the right to deduct and retain from monies due or to become due to CONTRACTOR. discharged or released. which are solely to COMPANY's account.1.4 16. or any evidence of any such lien or claim which.3 16. information or evidence to CONTRACTOR.3 . repair supply or replacement.1.1 16. 15. including any work ordered pursuant to Sub-Article 16.2 16. CONTRACTOR shall be entitled to request final acceptance and an examination of the WORKS and the operating conditions of the facilities shall be immediately arranged.2. it shall forthwith communicate the receipt of such notice. or satisfy such claim. If at any time COMPANY shall receive notice or information of the recording of any such lien.2. If CONTRACTOR shall fail to promptly effect the required remedy then COMPANY shall be entitled to reject the part of the WORKS affected and to replace the same at CONTRACTOR's expense. provided such examination was satisfactory to COMPANY. DEFICIENT WORK & REJECTION ACCEPTANCE The WORKS shall be deemed to be provisionally accepted on the date stated on the PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE which shall be issued at the request of CONTRACTOR and when WORKS are performed to the satisfaction of COMPANY and in compliance with the terms of this AGREEMENT. COMPANY shall issue PARTIAL COMPALETION CERTIFICATE OR MECHANICAL COMPLETION CERTIFICATE.3 15. ACCEPTANCE. until such lien or claim shall be paid.2 within a reasonable time. Twelve (12) months after provisional acceptance of the WORKS and provided CONTRACTOR has entirely fulfilled its obligations under this AGREEMENT. Partial completion of work may be required by COMPANY at a milestone agreed and the CONTRACTOR shall complete such part in accordance with the Agreement requirements to the satisfaction of COMPANY from all aspects. labour or services in connection with the WORKS for the payment of which CONTRACTOR shall be responsible under the terms of this AGREEMENT. In such cases.1. if valid. If CONTRACTOR shall fail to pay or otherwise discharge such lien.2.4 16.2 16. at COMPANY's option.

19.2. CONTRACTOR's failure to perform any of its obligations under this Sub-Article shall (without prejudice to any other rights which COMPANY shall have in the matter) result in COMPANY making demand under the Bank Guarantee and/or any monies in its possession. agents and representatives adhere to the provisions of this Article.1 19. other than COMPANY.2 19. including those already submitted and furnished by CONTRACTOR. Such consent shall not relieve CONTRACTOR of any of its obligations hereunder or create any contractual relations between COMPANY and its SUBCONTRACTOR(S). without the prior written consent of COMPANY.5 17. or use. In this event.2 17.5 18. 18. All drawings. CONTRACTOR shall take all steps which shall be necessary or appropriate in order that its employees. or make available to any person.1 . This provision shall applicable for both Parties.16.3 17. in case the information / data is provided by both Parties. wholly or in part. prepared and furnished by CONTRACTOR pertaining to or in the course or as a result of the performance of the WORKS. if the same shall be found to be within the scope of CONTRACTOR's remedial responsibility as aforesaid.1 17.4 CONTRACTOR shall. notwithstanding the issue of the FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE or the termination of the AGREEMENT.1 ASSIGNMENT CONTRACTOR shall not assign this AGREEMENT or any part thereof without the prior written consent of COMPANY. CONTRACTOR shall remain responsible to COMPANY for the proper performance by the assignee of the WORKS. 18. SUB-CONTRACTING CONTRACTOR shall not sub-contract any part of the WORKS under this AGREEMENT without the prior written consent of COMPANY. directly or indirectly. CONTRACTOR shall be fully responsible for any part of the WORKS performed by its SUBCONTRACTOR(S) and for their acts and omissions and those persons either directly or indirectly employed by them to the same extent as CONTRACTOR shall be for the acts and omissions of persons directly employed by CONTRACTOR. shall be the exclusive property of COMPANY. by Force Majeure to comply with its obligations under this AGREEMENT and if well founded notice of such Force Majeure shall be given to other PARTY in writing within five (5) days after the occurrence of the cause relied on. then such obligations of the PARTY affected shall be suspended so long as this inability shall continue by reason of such Force Majeure.2. search for the cause of any malfunction. reports or other documents or information produced. The obligations contained in this Article shall continue.4 17. FORCE MAJEURE If either PARTY shall be temporarily rendered unable. defect or deficiency in the WORKS and. COMPANY shall inform CONTRACTOR in due time. 20. 17.2 20. CONTRACTOR shall not. its subsidiaries or affiliates in connection with the performance of this AGREEMENT. 16. except for the performance and implementation of this AGREEMENT. if required by COMPANY. disclose. CONFIDENTIALITY For a period of ten (10) years. The PARTY claiming Force Majeure shall also give written notice to the other PARTY of the settlement thereof within five (5) days after such settlement. Appropriate clauses to carry out the purpose and intent hereof shall be included in all SubContracts. Notwithstanding any assignment to which COMPANY shall give consent. the cost of the work carried out by CONTRACTOR in searching shall be borne by CONTRACTOR. COMPANY shall have the right to assign or transfer the AGREEMENT or any part thereof or any share or interest therein without the consent of CONTRACTOR. any information acquired from COMPANY.

incurred in the arbitration shall be paid by the party against whom the verdict is obtained. wars.1 21.1 APPLICABLE LAW The laws of Abu Dhabi and the UAE shall apply to the construction. AGREEMENT INTERPRETATION In the event of conflict between this AGREEMENT and any of its Annexures or any document incorporated by reference in the AGREEMENT.3 21. explosions and any other cause similar to the kind herein enumerated or equivalent forces. the AGREEMENT shall prevail and in the event of conflict between the Annexures and documents incorporated. shall be first referred to the parties for any amicable settlement and in the event such referral fails. the PARTY claiming to be affected by Force Majeure shall bear the burden of proving that it has been so affected.2 Neither PARTY shall be liable for delays caused by Force Majeure provided notice thereof shall be given as required above. 21. All costs. blockades. regulation or order of any Governmental Authority or Agency of Abu Dhabi or the UAE (State. validity and performance of the AGREEMENT by CONTRACTOR.20. 22. National. insurrections. DISPUTE RESOLUTION Any dispute. representation. . 22. epidemics. inducement or understanding of any kind or nature not set forth herein. CONTRACTOR shall hold harmless. CONTRACTOR shall strictly follow the laws. In the event of any dispute.2 CONTRACTOR shall not at any time suspend performance of the WORK or any of its obligations under the AGREEMENT pending resolution or settlement of a dispute and shall proceed with all due diligence with the WORK and all its other obligations in full compliance with the AGREEMENT. 20. earthquakes. The PARTIES shall not be bound by or be liable for any statement. rules. 22. the document bearing the latest date shall prevail. The term “Force Majeure” as employed herein shall mean strikes (excluding strikes occurring among the employees of CONTRACTOR or its SUB-CONTRACTORS) or other industrial disturbances of general nature. legal or professional fees. Judgement upon the award may be entered and executed in any court having jurisdiction. The arbitrator‟s decision shall be final and binding on the both parties. lightning. civil disturbances. amendments or modifications of the terms or conditions of this AGREEMENT shall be valid unless executed in writing and signed by both PARTIES. riots. not within the control of either PARTY and which by exercise of due diligence neither PARTY shall be able to overcome. decree. Municipal. rule. 24. defend and indemnify COMPANY from and against any liability or penalty which may be imposed by Abu Dhabi or the UAE Governmental Authorities on COMPANY by reason of any alleged violation or violation of the laws of Abu Dhabi or the UAE arising out of CONTRACTOR's acts or omissions or of those of its employees while performing the WORKS. claim or difference arising out of or related to this Contract. applying the Rules of Abu Dhabi Commercial Conciliation and Arbitration Centre at Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The proceedings and all papers sent or presented in connection therewith shall be in the English language. or any breach thereof. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This AGREEMENT embodies the entire agreement between CONTRACTOR and COMPANY with respect to the WORKS. Such laws include without limitation any ordinance. acts of the public enemy. Local or other).3 23. landslides. and regulations issued in Abu Dhabi Emirate and UAE.2 22. No changes. promise. shall be finally settled by arbitration in Abu Dhabi under Abu Dhabi law and the laws of the UAE.

3 28. breach or modifications of any of the terms or conditions of the AGREEMENT unless expressly stipulated in such waiver.1 RIGHT OF AUDIT During the term of this AGREEMENT and for a period of one (1) year thereafter. or to terminate the AGREEMENT at CONTRACTOR‟s risk and expense. electricity and transportation to the actual cost amount stipulated in this AGREEMENT. NOTICES AND ADDRESSES Any notice for the purpose of this AGREEMENT shall be served by either PARTY on the other by sending the same by registered mail post. 27. In case of discrepancy between the contractually specified wages/salary and other CONTRACTED PERSONNEL‟s benefits and those actually paid or provided by CONTRACTOR. COMPANY may without further notice exercise its right to either withhold any and all payments due to CONTRACTOR under this AGREEMENT. CONTRACTOR acknowledges that the import and customs laws and regulations of the United Arab Emirates shall apply to the furnishing and shipment of any product or components thereof to the United Arab Emirates.25. If CONTRACTOR fails to comply with the requirement of the formal notice within the specified period. 28.4 CONTRACTOR shall maintain such books and records for a period of one (1) year after the date of ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE (or after the termination of AGREEMENT) and shall make such books and records available to COMPANY and its representatives for purpose of inspection and audit. over time and other entitlements and payment thereof. telex or facsimile addressed to their respective addresses as hereinafter set out. COMPANY or its authorized representative shall also have the right at all times during the term of this AGREEMENT to directly check and verify with CONTRACTOR personnel assigned to the SERVICES. CONTRACTOR‟s books and other records relating to all costs and charges for which payments are to be or have been made by COMPANY under this AGREEMENT. CONTRACTOR shall comply with all such customs laws and regulations. 28. COMPANY or its authorized representatives shall have the right to inspect and audit. COMPANY shall invite CONTRACTOR in writing to comply with its obligations within thirty (30) days. maintaining complete control over its employees and all of its SUB-CONTRACTORS and shall in no case represent COMPANY or act in its name without its prior written approval. CUSTOMS LAWS AND REGULATIONS In connection with the performance of this AGREEMENT. at all reasonable times within business hours. Any and every such notice shall be effective upon first receipt and shall be addressed to the following addresses: .2 28. CONTRACTED PERSONNELS receive the benefit of furnished accommodation. to satisfy itself that: Wages/salary. 26. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR CONTRACTOR shall act as an independent contractor in performing the WORKS. WAIVER None of the terms or conditions of the AGREEMENT shall be considered waived by COMPANY or CONTRACTOR unless such waiver shall be given in writing to the other PARTY. No such waiver shall be a waiver of any past or future default. 28. 28. their actual wages.5 29. allowances and other statutory benefits are actually paid to the CONTRACTED PERSONNELS working for COMPANY in the amounts and at the conditions stipulated in this AGREEMENT.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF.. Signed and delivered for and on behalf of: …………………………………………………………………. Signed and delivered for and on behalf of: ABU DHABI GAS INDUSTRIES LTD. (GASCO) (COMPANY) ____________________________________________________ By : Title : Date : duly authorised in that behalf in the presence of: ____________________________________________________ By : Title : Date : 2. (CONTRACTOR) ____________________________________________________ By : Title : Date : duly authorised in that behalf in the presence of: ____________________________________________________ By : Title : Date : . 1. THE PARTIES HERETO HAVE ENTERED INTO THIS AGREEMENT AS OF THE DAY AND YEAR ABOVE WRITTEN.

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5 Facilities for COMPANY PMT 1.2 Telephone System 9. 5.2 Site cleaning and Grading 2.3 Material Specification 5.3 Technical Specification for Auditorium 7.1 Introduction 1.2 Detailed scope of work .1 General 7.9 Miscellaneous Metals 7.6 Facilities Provided by COMPANY to Contractor Site Development 2.4 Technical Specification for Clinic 7.4 General Requirement 1.2 Fencing Materials Earthworks / Site clearance 4.1 General 6.0 4.1 General Requirement 9.1 Locations for construction 2.0 6.0 General 1.2 Site Clearance Concrete and Structural Steel Work.8 Car park 7.1 General 5.0 8.2 Design 5.0 7.3 Geotechnical Investigation Fencing 3.1 General 4.0 5.10 Road Signs and Barriers Electricity Supply and distribution Telecommunication System 9.0 .2 Work Quality and Quantity 1.3 Guarantee 1.3 Laying U/G cable Page 3 of 102 2.1 Fencing Specification 3.Index 1.7 Technical Specification for Reception Counter(s) 7.4 Design Specification Road works and Paving 6.0 3.0 9.6 Technical Specification for Service block 7.Internal Interlocking CAMP Roads Construction and Commissioning of Structures 7.2 Technical Specification for Multi Purpose hall 7.5 Technical Specification for General Store & Workshop Buildings 7.

0 22. as that will be an extension to the existing Camp. Maintenance Workshop.0 11.0 17.0 19.0 12. to serve the anticipated new employee intake. The proposed location of these facilities is within the existing ASAB Accommodation camp.1.1 Introduction GASCO intends to construct Multi Purpose Hall.0 16.0 13. GENERAL 1. technical details and drawings describe all the works related to the construction and commissioning of the facilities. General Stores. In addition to outdoor sports playgrounds.0 24. Plumbing Foul Water Drainage Fire Fighting system Landscaping and Irrigation Surface Drainage system Additional Requirements for cable and pipe line trenches Clean Up Quality Assurance and control Commissioning As Built Documents Attachments 1.0 18. Clinic.0 21.4 9.5 10.1 1. Auditorium.0 20.2 The scope of work together with the attached sketches.1.9. as detailed in the following activities: • • Detailed Engineering Geotechnical Investigation Page 4 of 102 . 1. Chillers yard & substation.0 15.0 14.0 23. The new facilities shall be constructed to meet the requirements with complete infrastructure and services for the smooth and efficient functioning of these accommodations.0 Structured cabling and Data Network Wireless Data Network Cable TV Public Address system Fire and Gas Detection system Air Conditioning.

Maintenance Workshop. Asbestos handling must be as per GASCO Asbestos Management Procedure (Attachment . HVAC systems Electrical works Fire.1. then the more stringent one shall take precedence. chambers. 1. Page 5 of 102 . elevations. relevant addendum to DGS and SHELL-DEP. In case the requirements of DGS are in conflict with scope of work/ issued tender bulletins or/ and standards/ codes. details.1. manholes.2 1. The work is located at ASAB NGL plant approximately 190 Km by road south / west of Abu Dhabi city. Water supply network including additional storage tanks (if required). Contractors are advised to keep strict adherence to the target completion date.2).4 1. toilets and miscellaneous site facilities during the period of constructions for the contractor. 1. Work Quality & Quantity Contractor shall be fully responsible for determining the locations.3 Guarantee Refer to the Articles of Agreement. Auditorium.• • • Topographic Survey Earthworks and Site Preparation Building Construction of Multi Purpose Hall. General Stores.3 The GASCO’s stipulated duration of the project is twenty four (24) months including mobilization / demobilization. pumps. removal of all asbestos form the site and dump it in a location. chillers’ yard and outdoor sports area including architectural finishes. drawings / Specifications and bill of quantities. smoke and gas detection system Fire fighting system / equipment Telephone network Data and Cable TV net work External pavement and walkways Landscaping including removal and re-plantation of existing trees Modification to the existing roads Provision of temporary site offices. Drainage network including piping. assess and exact quantities of the work by site surveying with reference to COMPANY supplied marked-up attachments. plumbing and sanitary works. Services and utilities for the new facilities including tie in. testing and commissioning. etc. • • • • • • • • • • • • 1.4.4 1. piping.1 General Requirements The project has to comply with the requirements of GASCO design General Specifications (DGS). Demolition of all existing facilities located within the proposed plot. Clinic. as agreed with GASCO. integration.

7 1.4. Samples shall be provided when requested by the COMPANY. equipment. and all other necessary services to carry out the specified work except those specifically scheduled herein to be supplied by the COMPANY. in writing. Contractor shall supply all labour. Contractor may obtain exception while the works are outside GASCO existing fencing. quantified.4. plant. adequate. equipment. and / or standards then the Contractor shall obtain a written clarification from the COMPANY. Contractor shall supply well-qualified and experienced manpower specialized in the various type of works covered by this scope.3 1. maintenance. support services (i.4. This debris should be disposed regularly by the Contractor to an approved municipal dumpsite. must be obtained at each stage of work before commencing on to the next. etc. All works covered by this scope of work shall be executed under COMPANY’s representative supervision approval.4. however.. Should there by conflict between this document. with the exception of consumable materials which would deteriorate in quality if stored on site in large quantities over the Contract period. 1.e. Generators etc. Such written approval shall not relieve the Contractor of his obligations under the Contract.1.4. materials. Page 6 of 102 . Details of such plant shall be submitted for approval. Contractor’s diesel driven air compressor shall be a mobile type.4. temporary access ladders to roofs. Contractor shall responsible to provide or arrange the lifting facilities required. specifications and sound techniques. It is the contractor’s responsibility to produce a complete.2 All site activities within the GASCO fencing and interfacing with services owned by GASCO shall be performed under GASCO permit to work system with all recommended and ascertained safety precautions and practices.6 1. contractor shall have own permit to work system to ensure required control/ The Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining safe and environmental friendly working conditions.10 Contractor shall be deemed to have ascertained all site conditions.5 1.9 1.4 1. etc.) to have third party safety certification and Inspection procedure.).e. scaffolding. sand. drawings. in writing. aggregate. to the COMPANY’s Safety representative prior to commencement of work on site. i. on temporary basis in the area defined by the COMPANY. Materials supplied by Contractor (including material point of origin and expiry date) and application procedures shall be submitted to the COMPANY’s representative for written approval prior to commencement of the work. Materials required for the works shall be selected. All work shall be executed to optimum quality and to the highest standards of good practice. and those materials with a limited shelf life which is less than that of the Contract period. COMPANY shall not consider any future claim from the Contractor regarding lack of information related to general site conditions.4. safe and professional job by use of available drawings. purchased and stored on site (COMPANY’s designated area) prior to starting work. transport.4.8 1.4. All lifting gears and portable equipments (Compressors. tools. regulations and details of existing facilities and made all satisfactory arrangements in particular regarding hot and cold work permits. Contractor shall clean the site daily and dump all the removed debris. temporary supports. approved.

1.19 Contractor shall produce a complete set of as-built documentation for all works carried out under this scope. access or personnel necessary to fulfil the contract testing requirements. Page 7 of 102 . and all work areas reinstated to the satisfaction of the COMPANY’s representative.11 All proposed design. surplus materials and debris shall be removed from site by the Contractor.4. equipment. In the event of Contractor’s management / staff being absent for long duration within the construction period. the COMPANY reserves the right of suspend all works. The safety officer should not be given any other duties or works on site other than his specific responsibilities regarding safety supervision.13 Contractor’s management and supervision staff that are approved by COMPANY and assigned to the contract shall be present on site from commencement of work till issue of Provisional Acceptance by COMPANY. in writing.4. This shall be presented in file-manual format with an electronic copy of the same submitted for COMPANY approval.14 The Contractor site supervision team shall consist of the following minimum staff: Qualified Site Construction Manager Qualified Site Project Engineers Qualified Site Engineers Qualified QA/QC Engineers Experienced Site Foremen Qualified HSE Engineer. 1. The as-built documentation shall include test results and revised drawings for any modifications to the works.4.4. The milestone completion dates shall be in accordance with the above document. until the resumption of satisfactory site supervision. 1. by the COMPANY’s representative prior to work commencing.17 The work shall be carried out in accordance with a sequence and order of priorities agreed with.4.4. 1. 1.4. all tools. Payment shall be made based on the quantity of actual work carried out on site with appropriate proportional percentage. technical details and materials specifications shall be approved.4. 1.16 The Bills of Quantities are prepared on lump sum basis. the COMPANY.18 The Contractor shall propose the quality control and testing laboratory he intends to use for all on site testing. 1. The Contractor shall provide any equipment. or instructed by. The Contractor shall appoint a qualified Safety Officer to coordinate all safety aspects.1.15 The Contractor shall ensure that all his employees.20 The contractor shall submit the planning package as advised in the project control requirements stipulated in Attachment-1 during the technical submittal. 1. The electronic copy shall be in tools programme. HSE officer and HSE assistant. agents and sub-contractors comply with COMPANY safety regulations. 1.4.12 On completion of the works.4.

6 Stationery & Supplies Page 8 of 102 .Scanner .1.5. 1.1. 1.1. 1.1.Printer .Facsimile Machine . shall be covered by the AGREEMENT PRICE.1.Photocopier .E.5.E.1.5.2 Computing Facilities Offices provided to visiting COMPANY personnel shall be equipped with one computer as per the specification given below in the relevant clause. made by COMPANY personnel shall be covered by the AGREEMENT PRICE.A.1.5. CONTRACTOR shall provide to COMPANY the facilities and services identified herein. All calls within U.3 Communication Facilities Offices provided to visiting COMPANY personnel shall be provided with individual telephones hooked through CONTRACTOR’s switchboard.5.Vending Machines Facsimile charges for facsimile within U.A.1. internet and email connectivity.5. 1.5.4 Other Facilities The following facilities shall be made available for use by the visiting COMPANY personnel on shared basis: .5 Support Personnel CONTRACTOR shall make available shared document controller and Secretary Service for visiting COMPANY PMT.5 Facilities For COMPANY PMT COMPANY may station its personnel in CONTRACTOR's offices during the course of execution of the WORKS. Computers shall be provided with standard software. CONTRACTOR shall re-take possession of all items on an "as is where is" basis when discharged by COMPANY. FACILITIES FOR COMPANY AT CONTRACTOR’S HOME OFFICE 1.1 Office Accommodation CONTRACTOR shall provide an office for one visiting COMPANY personnel. 1. 1.Paper Shredder . CONTRACTOR shall not be entitled to any claim because of damage to or loss of any item. and include the cost of providing and maintaining the same for the duration of the WORKS in the AGREEMENT PRICE. The ownership of the home office facilities and services provided including consumable items shall rest with CONTRACTOR. The office shall be equivalent to those provided to CONTRACTOR’s senior staff.

and telephone connection. washing accessories. Facsimile charges for facsimile within U. Communication Facilities: The Offices of the COMPANY’s personnel shall be provided with individual telephones connection hooked through CONTRACTOR’s switchboard. and scanning equipment. The telephone shall be multi function speaker telephone.A. 6 PMC/inspectors. shall be covered by the AGREEMENT PRICE. Three desktops and two laptops of latest technical specs.2.2.Heavy duty paper cutter .3 1. utensils. Pantry shall include refrigerator. Other Facilities: The following facilities shall be made available for use by COMPANY personnel on shared basis: . and other consumables. fire / smoke detection system. waste bins etc. internet. made by COMPANY personnel shall be covered by the AGREEMENT PRICE.E.Paper Shredder . 1.2 1. Data connectivity to COMPANY network shall be done by CONTRACTOR. microwave oven. Office shall have a sample room. 1. Contractor shall provide one person for full time for cleaning / maintenance of the offices and to serve the pantry services.2.5.4 . 2 construction engineers.5. electric kettle. flip chart hangers.5. pin boards.2. 1 senior project engineer. and a conference room suitable for 10 people. Fire extinguisher.5.Vending Machines . drinking water.E.2 FACILITIES FOR COMPANY AT CONTRACTOR’S SITE OFFICE CONTRACTOR shall provide and maintain separate fully furnished offices for sole use of the COMPANY and representatives. Offices shall have toilets and a pantry. CONTRACTOR shall provide all necessary office accessories such as white boards. photocopying. drainage. Refer to attachment-3 for tentative Company office layout. data.CONTRACTOR shall provide stationery and other supplies to visiting COMPANY personnel on as required basis.1 All consumable supplies for the duration of the contract such as refreshments including tea.5. paper napkins. The offices shall be provided with Electricity. All calls within U. Office shall be suitable to occupy 1 project manager. first aid kit etc… shall be provided in the office block. water. paper kitchen towels.2.A.5. All utility charges shall be borne by the CONTRACTOR. Contractor shall provide separate fax machine for the COMPANY use. Office shall include printing. soft drinks.Heavy duty binding machine 1. toilet paper. coffee.5 Support Personnel: CONTRACTOR shall make available secretarial and document controller services to COMPANY personnel on as required Page 9 of 102 1. water cooler. 1 secretary.

OTHER FACILITIES AND SERVICES 1. 1. GASCO will allow water supply connection for 3CUM per day of water to the GASCO offices and contractor’s offices.5. lay down area. Contractor shall provide the water meter at the tie in point. cover all etc. ear plugs.6 Facilities Provided by COMPANY to contractor: GASCO will provide maximum 120kW Power supply free of charge to the contractor. 1. Notice Board: Contractor shall provide and maintain in good condition a sign board complying with the following requirements. floppy disks. GASCO will allocate approximately 60m X 75m area for contractor’s offices. safety glasses. Name and Logo of the COMPANY 2.2. This shall include helmet. safety shoes. rubber pads.1 Contractor shall be responsible for the day to day housekeeping and maintenance of the offices and all equipments in the offices till the completion of the project. All associated cost shall be borne by the contractor. filing accessories. GASCO will advise a location within 200m from the contractors temp. CDs.3. Ink cartridges. 1. pens. 1. adhesive taps.7 Personal Safety Equipment: CONTRACTOR shall provide for all COMPANY personnel including visitor’s necessary personnel safety equipment during the period of their stay at the construction SITE.5.3. Provide all office stationery consumables and computer consumables including but not restricted to copy paper.3. cabling etc.basis. Breakers. The signboard shall be written in Arabic and English The board shall consist of: 1.2. Name and Logo of the contractor 3. paper clips. Project title Colour schedule shall be black lettering on a white background with various participants logos indicated.6 Stationery & Supplies: CONTRACTOR shall provide stationery and other supplies to COMPANY personnel at SITE on as and when required basis. site facilities location. DVDs. suspended files.2 1. colored marker pens.5. All required accessories shall be provided by the contractor. Contractor shall provide necessary piping and connection to the existing system. All cost associated with the connection shall borne by the contractor. Page 10 of 102 . work shop and for GASCO offices. calculators etc.5. writing pads.5. dust masks. pencils. Contractor shall carry out all works related to the connection including the provision of DB. staples.

debris and contaminated soil shall be disposed to an approved tip. etc. shall be surveyed jointly with the Engineer.1. However. fiber optic cables. which need re-location. telephone cables. electrical cable. Multi-Purpose hall and clinic buildings. and access road of the proposed senior accommodation leading to the existing football ground and ARC accommodation. For the purpose of easy understanding and identification each area will be identified as sites 1 or 2. General Workshop Buildings and outdoor sports area. unwanted materials.2 Site -2 Site 2 is located at the north – East of the existing ARC. The area is between the existing accommodation blocks. Plants. Any plants that require removal/ relocation shall be dug up in accordance with approved method of statement. If the relocation of the plants are not possible contractor shall provide one to one replacement.2 Site Cleaning and Grading All existing plants. The area is between the access road of the main entry.1 Locations for the constructions: The construction of the buildings is located at three different locations. trees shrubs etc. Contractor shall isolate this area from the rest of the camp and provide gatch road to access the site from the main Asab road till the completion of project. All excavation. This is the specified location for the construction of General Stores. The above information is from preliminary site survey.1. The area is inside the existing fencing. 2. and football field. The explanation for each site is as follows. 2. This site is the intended location for Auditorium.Contractor shall connect drainage from GASCO offices and contractor’s offices to the existing net work. SITE DEVELOPMENT Prior to the construction of the new accommodation and related external works the following works shall be undertaken.. Finished grade levels shall be 100mm above the existing road levels. 2.3 Geotechnical Investigation Contractor shall conduct detailed geotechnical investigation to determine the physical and chemical properties of soil at the project plot. Contractor shall carryout trial trenches to locate the position of underground services.1 Site –1: Site 1 is located at the north of the existing camp. Contractor is responsible for conducting further survey and shall removal / relocate any U/G services. All removed plants. Otherwise contractor shall provide septic tanks and remove the drainage regularly. grading and backfilling works shall be carried out in accordance with GASCO DGS and relevant technical specification. 2. 2. shall be re-located in accordance with COMPANY advice. The investigation shall provide all results and recommendations for Page 11 of 102 . 2. Site –1 & 2 are graded land with approximately leveled however the final grading shall be carried out by the contractor.

excavation. the contractor may use this road. seismic categorization of soil. Upon construction of the new main road. The fencing shall be properly covered to ensure the aesthetic appearance of the area.1 Fencing Specification It shall be anti-intruder fencing to BS 1722.substructure design including bearing capacity. The blocks shall be 450mm square for intermediate posts and 600mm x 600mm for straining and gateposts. A gate shall be also provided to control the access to the plot. If the access to the site is directly from outside of GASCO Permanent fenced area the temporary fence shall be similar to GASCO perimeter fencing with concertina coils. ground water levels. The bottom of the fabric extends 150mm in to the grade. earth pressure parameters. Contractor shall construct the temporary fencing in accordance with approved layout prior to commence other site activities. The fabric shall be topped with a double row each comprising of three strands of barbed wire mounted ‘Y’ tops with dropper bars intermediately along each panel of barbed wire. this does not relieve the Contractor of the obligation to obtain security passes for all his personnel and vehicles. The removal of fencing shall be carried out only after the completion of the project. sub-grade reaction. This will serve as emergency gate after the construction of the building. The specifications provided below are applicable only for the external fencing. 3. Temporary fence can be made of demountable GI sheet partitions or fence shall be covered with nylon mesh. a new temporary fence has to be constructed around the construction sites. 3. Contractor is responsible for the disposal of removed fencing to an approved tip. However If the access is from inside then it is required to keep the aesthetics of the area and avoid dust spreading around. The new fence at the proposed plot will meet the requirements of following specification and will be subject to approval by Oil Field security police authorities. part 10 or latest equivalent standard. It is proposed that the Contractor will access to the construction site from the existing ASAB Main Gate through ASAB ADCO main road which proceeds through the sand track to the site. Page 12 of 102 . Double straining pillars shall be provided at all corners. and backfilling requirements. A temporary fence shall be erected around the construction sites to avoid the dust spreading to the other areas. expected settlement. The Contractor shall allow for all legal requirements for working in an oil field. Intermediate fence posts shall be equally spaced at intervals not exceeding 3 meters. and slope stability conditions. gates and at intervals not exceeding 30mm. Each post shall be set 750mm into concrete blocks of 900mm depth. Intermediate strainers shall be provided at every 30m. FENCING However the proposed location of the project is locating inside the existing GASCO Camp. The fencing shall be provided with nylon mesh to prevent the windblown sand.5m from grade elevation to top of wire mesh fabric. However. Single straining pillars shall be provided at all openings. if agreed by COMPANY. Fencing shall measure 2. The type of temporary fence to be determined based on constructability study of the contractor. The new fencing is to be similar to the existing GASCO fencing. Gateposts shall be 1300mm deep. Straining posts shall be provided at all corners. The chain link fencing similar to plant perimeter fencing covered with green nylon mesh to avoid the dust spreading to the existing buildings. to access the site construction area.

Posts  • Steel posts shall be of painted with ‘Y’ top extensions. Chain Link Middle East super or equivalent. ‘U’ connectors clips.1mm Dia CHS. Page 13 of 102 . 5mm thick long Straining posts: 88. flat bars. Mesh size shall be 40 x 40mm of wire diameter 3. • The Contractor shall hand excavate a trial trench all around the proposed excavation to a depth of 250mm more than the planned excavation to confirm the area free of underground cables / services prior to carrying out any mechanical excavation. 1 General • All excavation and backfilling shall be carried out in accordance with the GASCO Design General Specifications for Earthworks DGS-1486-001. Both sides of the access road shall be also fenced. of 1000mm and one 600mm dia over the grade level.75mm. • The fencing system shall be Bekaert. The finished graded levels shall be minimum 100mm above existing adjacent road levels.New Perimeter Fencing shall be provided with one concertina coil 600mm dia over the ‘Y’ cranks and 2 Nos. turnbuckles. • Fencing shall be provided along the two sides of the of the plot. built up with shoulders and backfilled to proposed levels. holed to receive two rows of three strands of galvanized barbed wire. The contractor shall ensure that the design and execution of the fence is according to CNIA requirements. from LINK MIDDLE EAST or equally approved. 4.9mm Dia CHS 5mm thick Struts: 76. holed 3 times to receive galvanized barbed wire. The area allocated for construction and all the roads shall be backfilled to achieve the final graded levels as shown in the drawing.S. • • • • Steel posts shall be of the following minimum size viz: Intermediate posts: 76.55 x 4.1mm CHS 5mm thick Dropper Bars  • Dropper bars for barbed wire topping shall be 25mm x 6mm galvanized M. clipped version. as necessary. Wires shall be strained between posts with galvanized / PVC coated eyebolts. 3. Fortinet. EARTH WORKS / SITE CLEARANCE 4. All concertina barbed tapes shall be medium blade type (MBBT).2 Fencing Materials Wire Mesh  • Fencing shall be PVC coated chain link wire mesh. The area along the roads shall be.

  Structural. Cable TV. manholes. columns. Workshop. pipes. The bearing capacity shall be verified by performing soil investigation. which indicate minimum requirements. All works shall be carried out strictly in accordance with the Drawings.2 Design The Contractor shall propose the specialist subcontractor responsible for carrying out the  Soil Investigation and  Report:  the approved  sub­contractor shall carryout complete soil  investigation.   The  Contractor  shall  submit  structural  calculations  and  complete  detailed  working  drawings for the COMPANY’s approval prior to commencement of the works.  The Contractor shall propose the engineering subcontractor responsible for carrying out  the engineering works. Specifications and Bill of Quantities. field and laboratory tests pertaining to the construction of foundations. Data. fire alarm and fire fighting.1 General The  project  comprise  of  construction  of  several  buildings  including  Multipurpose  hall. Relevant British / International Standards and Contract drawings. CONCRETE AND STRUCTURAL STEEL WORK 5. 5. irrigation. Telecom.  Civil. to the approval of the COMPANY. and drainage. Clinic and service block.  Detailed  Engineering  shall  include  but  not  limited  to  Architectural.  the  allowable  bearing  capacity  for  isolated footings at a depth of 1. cables.  Electro mechanical. steps.  physical  and  chemical  tests  of  the  soil  and  shall  submit  a  comprehensive  report for the COMPANY’s approval.  Sub contractor shall be approved by GASCO. Contractor shall carry out detailed site survey and perform Page 14 of 102 . including surface protective coatings and blinding concrete. The Contractor shall carry out all necessary concrete and steel works.4.5 m shall be considered 150 kN/m2 maximum. ground slabs. foundations for light poles and any other works required for completion of the project.  The provided tender drawings and specification shall be for guidance purpose only. Even if  the  values  of  bearing  capacities  obtained  are  more. Structural Design Basis. ground beams.  The design and construction works of all building structures shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of latest revisions of GASCO Design General Specifications. water  supply.  Contractor may make preliminary estimate for footings based on the bearing capacity of  150 kN/m2. roof beam/ slabs pedestals for fixing steel columns. tie beams. 2 Site Clearance • Clear the site of all existing discarded concrete foundations. • All materials should be removed to an approved tip. fencing and other materials as per the Engineers instructions. Store. The design and construction works of all buildings structure shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of GASCO DGS-1882-001 “Structural Design Basis” and relevant addendum to DGS 1882-001. steel beams.  Auditorium.  The design works of all buildings and structures shall be carried out in accordance with  the requirements of GASCO DGS­ 1882­001. • 5.

3. unless otherwise stated. Page 15 of 102 .1.1. buildings’ height. 5.1. arrangement of plumbing works.3.14. etc. Concrete Supply and Construction shall be as per GASCO Design General Specifications DGS-1783-001 & 002. 5. Any increase in the project area.1. aggregates cement. All below and aboveground concrete shall be protected with approved surface coatings in accordance with Sec.13.15.2. All concrete shall be grade 40 N/mm2. sanitary fittings.3 Material Specifications 5.12. All sand. 5. DGS-1783-002.1. 5.3.4. construction and contraction joints for the floor slabs.1. All freshly poured concrete surfaces should be properly cured and protected from sunlight by covering with an appropriate material for a minimum period of 7 days. 2 % 3).6. 5. The sheets shall be chemically resistant and suitable for hot climatic conditions.1. The slab/beam/foundation on grade shall be protected by the application of a layer of 1000 gauge polythene sheets with minimum laps of 150mm. The water used shall be potable water. water & concrete shall be tested in an approved laboratory to BS. 5. All Other materials.3. 5. steel rebars shall not be epoxy coated.3. workmanship and testing shall comply with COMPANY concrete specification and to the approval of COMPANY.1. Specification for Concrete Supply. internal & external wall area.1.4. Aggregates shall comply with COMPANY concrete specification.3. 15. 5.9.3.5.detailed engineering that meets all the design/ engineering requirements. 5.3.1.3. The use of Hesain cloth or similar material is not permitted unless it can be maintained completely saturated with water and covered by polythene sheeting. Minimum Water / Cement ratio shall be as per section 13.1.1.7. 5. 5.1.3.812 (1.1.1. as well as COMPANY prior to construction works.3 of GASCO DGS 1783-001.1. 5.11. Generally. 12.3.3.3.3. 5. due to engineering requirements shall be executed by the contractor without any additional cost to COMPANY. The joint between the panels shall be formed using compressible joint filler and bond breaking strip covered with approved polysulphide sealant.2 of GASCO DGS 1882-001.3 of GASCO DGS 1783-001. But. doors & windows dimensions or/and number.1.3.1.1 of DGS-1783-001.3.5.10. 5. Minimum cement content shall be as per section 13. 5. Cement shall comply with Sec. The Contractor shall produce his proposals for the location of expansion. The minimum concrete cover to all reinforcement shall be as per section 9. 5. the welded mesh used for the floor slabs shall be fusion bonded epoxy coated to ASTM A775/A775M-92 or approved equivalent.9. All steel reinforcement shall be deformed high yield bars with a yield tensile stress not less than 460 N/mm2 in accordance with BS 4449.1.3.8. Concrete In general.

Pre engineered sections shall be fabricated from plates of minimum thickness of 6.4 Design Specifications 5. Secondary support steel work to be designed. The minimum number of bolts for each connection shall be 2. American standards for civil engineering (Wind loads).0mm continuous fillet weld. struts. Structural Steel Fabrication & DGS_1884-001. Structural Steel Erection.3. end wall members. The soil at the base of each foundation shall be compacted to 95% of max dry density.17. ties.1. full penetration welds. The corrosion protection & surface treatment to steel shall be applied as per manufactures recommendation.4.3. Design Codes . All below ground concrete shall be laid over 75mm thick blinding concrete.1. The minimum edge distance shall be 2. 5. etc. All permanent-bracing members in plan shall be of hot rolled steel. where D is the bolt diameter. The steelwork shall comply with the requirements of BS EN 10025. brackets.BS 6399: Part 3: 1988 .BS 6399: Part 1: 1996 . All hot rolled sections shall have minimum flange thickness of 7.1.16. detailed.6mm. Temporary supports and bracing shall be provided as necessary during erection. etc.0D and minimum spacing between bolts shall be 3. All structural steel works shall be fabricated using grade S275 or S275JR to BS EN 100252004. Structural Steel The structural steelwork shall be constructed in accordance with Design General Specification DGS_1883-001.6 bolts shall be restricted to minor connections such as purlins. louvers or windows.BS 8004: 1986 Code of practice for dead and imposed loads.0mm. All welded connections shall be minimum 6. All butt welds shall be prepared for full strength. prior to lay the blinding. The use of grade 4.2.0D. 5. Code of practice for foundations.ASCE 7-05 . All Primary framing members. shall be of hot rolled steel sections. fabricated and erected to suit the specific doors. All bolted main structural elements shall be with grade 8. All connections shall be designed and detailed strictly in accordance with BS 5950. The surface treatment shall be epoxy coating with suitable primer. Purlins and grits and their immediate supports shall be cold-formed steel. Code of practice for imposed roof loads.5.8 bolts. In the absence of permanent bracings the wind portals shall be provided. Page 16 of 102 .3. 5. clips. All structural steel work shall be galvanized in accordance with BS EN ISO 1461 – 1999.

Structural use of steel in building.4 of BS 8110.2.BS 5950: Part 1:2000 .4.BS 8110: Part 1:1997 . International building code (Earthquake design).2.4.1. Code of practice for deign and construction. The considered loads shall be as follows: 5. and AISC 7.IBC 06 -DGS-1882-001 5. Material Specific Weight Material Plain concrete Reinforced concrete Soil Light weight concrete Solid blocks Hollow blocks Light weight screed Light weight partitions Weight 22 KN/m3 24 KN/m3 20 KN/m3 15 KN/m3 22 KN/m3 18 KN/m3 14 KN/m3 1.BS 8110: Part 3:1985 . doubly reinforced beams and rectangular columns.. BS 5950.BS 8110: Part 2:1985 . Design General Specifications Structural Design Basis The structure shall be checked for load combination in accordance with Clause 2. Part 1 and IBC. Code of practice for special circumstances. Loads Design of concrete structures for retaining aqueous liquids.BS 8007: 1987 .0 KN/m2 Page 17 of 102 . Design charts for singly reinforced beams.

0 KN/m2 0.2. 5. Imposed Live Loads Imposed loads shall be in accordance with BS 6399.5.5 KN/m2 2.0 KN/m2 Weight 5.0 KN/m2 3.0 KN/m2 1.3.2.25 KN/m2 for light storage12.4. Part 1.0 KN/m2 1. Floor Cover Material Flooring Services and false ceiling 2.0 KN/m2 6.0 KN/m2 4.0 KN/m2 4.0 KN/m2 Load 2.0 KN/m2 1. The following floor imposed loads shall be used: Occupation Auditorium Offices Conference & meeting rooms Stairs & Corridors Stores 5.5 KN/m2 for heavy storage As per manufacturer with minimum 4.0 KN/m2 Plant room Accessible roofs Inaccessible horizontal roofs As per manufacturer requirements with minimum 7.4. Roof Cover Material Flooring Services and false ceiling Heat insulation Light weight screed of average thickness 100 mm.4.4 KN/m2 Weight Equipment rooms Page 18 of 102 .4.2.1 KN/m2 1.2.

The drawing indicates the existing roads and new roads. on drawing A-00-001. ROAD WORKS AND PAVING 6. He will also be responsible for the design and execution of any improvement works required to provide the necessary ground conditions together with any excavation and backfilling to form the required level. kerb painting etc. The roads shall include the connecting roads between the existing road and the entrance to the Camp /Plant.0 KN/m2 5. All surfaces of concrete casing shall be coated in accordance with concrete coating technical specification.6. road signs. Page 19 of 102 . The minimum concrete cover to pipe shall be 150mm at the bottom & sides and 250mm at the top. and minimum spacing between pipes shall be 100mm. Footpath and walkway areas shall have a 150mm compacted sub base.2. The minimum thickness of sub grade shall be 150mm. The Contractor shall take all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of the existing facilities and underground utilities.5m wide (minimum) walkway all around each building.4. road markings. Contractor shall consider 1. Minimum/ nominal reinforcement shall be provided along all the surfaces of the duct bank. The Contractor shall provide underground conduits with concrete protection/ duct bank for all existing and proposed facilities/ services under new trafficked areas. bedding sand and 60mm interlocking paving blocks.1 General The Contractor shall supply all construction materials. And internal roads around the new constructed buildings. Any damage to the existing roads and pavements shall be re-instated by the contractor. Site class and seismic category shall be determined through geotechnical investigation. A typical duct bank shall consist of UPVC pipes of required number/ size embedded in reinforced concrete casing (grade C40). 5. bedding sand with 80mm thick interlocking pavement blocks for roadways. sub base 150mm. tools.4. Wind Loads The building shall be designed for wind loads calculated in accordance with ASCE 7 considering the basic wind speed as 175 KM/Hr. Seismic Loads Seismic loads shall be calculated in accordance with DGS 1882-001 and addendum to DGS 1882-001. The locations of duct banks shall be marked up on the road using suitable quality paint. Areas of road works and paving are shown in clouds.Inaccessible inclined roofs 1. labour.2. plant. The Contractor shall be completely responsible for any damage or consequences to existing facilities during construction. 6. equipment. to complete the work. All earthworks shall be compacted to 95% of maximum dry density. The contractor shall prepare the final layout of buildings with proper orientation and walkways during detailed engineering and shall be considered as the scope of this project.5.

where required to provide adequate levels for the extension of paved road.4 6. It shall be free of sulphate and organic contamination and friable or soft particles. durable granular material.The Contractor is responsible for the supply and construction of all areas of paving. The sub-base material shall consist of clean.2.2. After final adjustment to line and level all edge kerbs shall have an in-situ grade C20 concrete haunch placed at the rear face. Any modification to the existing roads and pavements to construct the new roads and pavements shall be included in the scope of the project.5 6. Allow for additional excavation and backfilling. The dimensions of the roads and pavement shall be in accordance with the drawings. Scope shall include the pavements around the buildings and associated walkways.5mm 600 microns Percentage by weight passing 100 80-100 60-85 40-70 25-50 20-40 10-25 Page 20 of 102 6. The Contractor shall also provide steel protection barriers for any utilities or services adjacent to the road.2. Elevation of finished interlocking paving road shall be same as the existing road. hard.1 6.2 6. paved areas adjacent to the buildings.2 Detailed Scope of Work – Internal Interlocking CAMP Roads Excavate to the required depth of the existing ground to form the sub-grade for the interlocking paving road. kerbs.3 6. lay and compact approximately 200mm thick sub-base for the new road and paving. 6. steps.2. Contractor is responsible to re-instate the areas to the original condition with the same topping (Bituminous paved.2. Excavate to the required depth. water and compact sub-grade level in preparation for construction of Grade 20N/mm2 concrete strip footings for installation of the edge kerbstones.5mm 20mm 10mm 5mm 2. Contractor shall construct pavement for car park. kerbs to landscaped areas and sub grade / sub base preparation as detailed on the above drawings and in accordance with specifications. Supply. drop kerbs. Place 150mm thick layer of gatch material as sub-grade soil and compact to 95% of the maximum dry density prior to placing of the sub-base layer. interlocking or concrete paved). It shall be well graded within the following grading limits: BS sieve size 50mm 37. Supply and place pre-cast concrete kerbs at edges of road and paving. respectively. The existing kerbs along the modification of the existing roads shall be removed and area shall be excavated to form connection to the new roads and car parks.6 . During the trench excavation for the services if the proposed route passes through paved areas and roads.2.

2.2.2.2.2.2.0 gr/cc Min. The sub-base material shall be maintained during transporting. the Contractor shall carryout on COMPANY’s representative instructions.14 Outer face of new edge kerb to be backfilled to finished grade level and well compacted.13 The paving blocks shall be obtained from an approved manufacturer. All roads shall have gray colored tile while the walkways and pavements shall have colored tiles.5% Max.2. The sand bed shall be well levelled. 6.12 Supply and lay 60mm thick interlocking paving block as per the above item for the pedestrian walkways.2. The pattern shall be designed during detailed engineering and approved by the COMPANY. 6. 6. 6.1 Paving Layers GRANULAR SUB-BASE • Description Page 21 of 102 .3. 6. The blocks shall be laid and joined in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations. 4 Max.3 6. 6.2. control tests to determine the degree of compaction in the sub-grade and sub-base. The surface of the sub-base shall be shaped and compacted to 95% of its maximum dry density.9 6. Before any section of the road works is commenced and during its construction.150 microns 75 microns 3-12 0-8 The sub-base material should conform to the following requirements: Liquid Limit Plasticity Index Sulphate Content Chloride Content Maximum Dry Density 6. 6.8 (AASHTO T89) (AASHTO T90) (BS 812 PART 118) (BS 812 part 117) (AASHTO T180) 25 Max. spreading and compacting at moisture content of within 2% of the optimum moisture content. Contractor shall not prepare any larger area of sand bed than the laying team can lay in the same day.16 The expansion joint between the kerbs shall be filled with flexible joint and sealed with approved polysulphide sealant.11 The paving blocks shall be well levelled by a suitable compactor.7 6.0% Max. 2. 6. 14 of BS 1377 and shall be compacted to 95% of the maximum dry density. 1. 0.10 Supply and lay 80mm thick interlocking paving blocks over well-graded wadi sand from an approved source for roads. No section of the work shall be covered until it has been approved by the COMPANY’s representative.15 Paint all kerb-stones with epoxy based coating system from Jotun or equal approved. Narrow joints between the tiles to be filled with fine sand. as determined by Test No.2.

2 or 9. and compacting sub-base in accordance with the details shown on drawings and these Specifications.B. mineral filler shall be added as approved by the Engineer at the Contractor’s expense. of 30% at 95% of maximum dry density and should comply with Clause 3/6. Sub-base which does not conform to the above requirements shall be re-shaped or re-worked. The particle size shall be determined in accordance with the requirements of BS 1377 Part 2 (Methid 9. durable natural/screened gravel or crushed stone. The material should have a minimum C. spreading.2%. Compact plant and free from ridges cracks or loose material.3. The course aggregate shall consist of crushed rock (each particle shall have a minimum of one crushed face.a) b) Granular sub-base shall consist of furnishing. Bituminous Paving Courses shall consist of course aggregates.2. • Mineral filler for bituminous paving course When the combined grading of the course and fine aggregates is deficient in material passing the ASTM No. level and thickness shown on the drawings or as directed by the Engineer. and shall be free from clay balls or other deleterious substances. b) c) d) • BITUMINOUS PAVING COURSES This work shall consist of the construction of the bituminous courses which shall be Dense Bitumen Macadam as shown on the drawings. filler material. Granular sub-base shall be well graded and lie within the grading envelope stated below when tested in accordance with BS 1377: Part 2 Test 9. Granulars sub-base material for Road sub-base shall consist of hard. watered and thoroughly recompacted to confirm to the specified requirements.R. Page 22 of 102 .4. The gradation shall be adjusted as required or as directed by the Engineer within the above limits to ensure the mix has adequate binding properties. Organic impurities (BS 1377: Part 3 method 3) shall not exceed 0.3). determined by an approved method) and the fine aggregate shall be crushed rock or naturally occuring material. bound by means of carefully controlled moisture content on the prepared sub-base in conformity to the line. c) d) e) 6. 200 sieve.2 WET-MIX MACADAM ROADBASE • Description a) This work shall consist of furnishing and placing one or more courses of high quality crushed aggregate. fine aggregates. and bitumen binder. The road sub-base shall be maintained in a condition satisfactory to receive any subsequent base or surfacing material. The finished surfaces of the road sub-base shall not vary at any point more than 10 mm above or below the grade established by the Engineer.

6. dirt. as directed by the Engineer. Page 23 of 102 . It shall be thoroughly dry and free organic substances and clay. the Contractor shall make a survey of the existing or base. Sampling shall be in accordance with ASTM D140 and tested to ASTM D2027 (86) 4 test methods. Sampling shall be in accordance with ASTM D140. When the survey is approved.Mineral filler shall consist of finely ground particles of limestone or cement in accordance with ASTM D-242.4 BITUMINOUS TACK COAT Bituminous tack coat shall consist of supplying and applying emulsified asphalt diluted with an equal quantity of water (1:1) to a previously prepared bituminous base course or binder course or to an existing bituminous surface in accordance with this specification. Immediately before applying the tack coat. 6. clay or other objectionable material. • Bituminous levelling course A levelling course. The application temperature for the tack shall be between 10°C and 60°C. as directed by the Engineer. The material should be applied when the ambient temperature is less than 13°C or during rain. fog. In areas where levelling courses are required.3. The material for bituminous tack coat shall be slow setting emulsified asphalt. the Contractor shall proceed with the placement of the levelling Course. as inspection of the area to be coated will be made by the Engineer. aggregate base course or wet mix road-base in accordance with this Specification. sub-base. After the cleaning operation and prior to the application of the tack coat. all loose material. the surface shall be allowed to dry to the proper condition of tackiness to receive the following pavement course.3 BITUMINOUS PRIME COAT Bituminous Prime Coat shall consist of supplying and applying liquid asphalt to a previously prepared and approved sub-grade. the Engineer will determine and inform the Contractor of the precise locations and thickness of levelling courses to obtain the smoothest possible riding surface. shall be removed from the surface with a power broom or blower supplemented with hand brooms. dust storms or other unsuitable weather. consisting of a layer of bituminous material of variable thickness mat is used to eliminate irregulatories in existing surfaces or bases and to vary existing crosssection elements or roadways.3 litres per square meter and not more than 0.3. as shown in the drawings or determined by the Engineer. The tack coat (diluted emulsion) shall be applied in quantities of not less than 0.6 litres per square meter. grade SS-1h (anionic) conforming to the requirements ASTM D977. Tack coat shall be applied only so far in advance to the overlaying pavement courses to obtain the proper condition of tackiness and the Contractor shall protect the tack coat from damage during this period. Upon receipt of the locations and thickness from the Engineer. After application of the tack coat. LIQUID ASPHALT for prime coat shall be medium curing cut-back asphalt MC-70 to the requirements of ASTM D-2027 as modified by Table 6 or as directed by the Engineer.

34m2 Page 24 of 102 . an additional light application of tack coat shall be applied. Toilet paper holders. d. The cistern for WC shall also be concealed. h.2. f. Shower mixer and accessories shall be concealed. All counter top shall be Granite or Corian top to the choice of the COMPANY. c. The quantities of details of architectural flood lighting shall be estimated by contractor as per the requirement of external landscaping and detailed architectural design. e.If the completed tack coat is damaged by rain or dust. The dimensions / size The tentative dimensions of the buildings / facilities are shown in the attached floor plans for the buildings. 7. • Multipurpose hall with total built-up Area of 4. the main doors shall be automatic sliding doors. it shall be allowed to dry /cleaned by power broom or blower and.all in accordance with the technical specifications and approved architectural drawings. All staircases shall have wrought iron balustrade with teak wood hand rail. i.2 Technical Specifications for Multi Purpose Hall 7. Roof slab shall be sandwich panels painted corrugated sheets. All external doors and air locks shall be hinged doors opening to outside direction. Contractor shall supply 10 nos of master key for each building and 10 nos of Grand master keys. 7. All Buildings entrances require double doors.135. The drawings may not indicate hinged door however contractor shall consider as hinged doors. CONSTRUCTION & COMMISSIONING OF THE STRUCTURES 7. b. if mentioned elsewhere in the tender documents). if required by the Engineer.1 General This scope covers the construction and commissioning of Project Buildings . g.1. No additional payment shall be made for this work. soap holders shall be made of stainless steel and the type of finish (mat/ polished) will be approved based on the samples. All the Pantries located in different buildings shall have the underside and overhead cabinets made up of aluminium (instead of MDF. The following are some of the aspects to be considered in the construction of the buildings/ facilities: a.

The ground slab shall be 200 mm thickness with top. concrete ground/ floor slabs and steel roof. There are layout drawings available for the same. and shall be verified by the contractor by performing soil investigation before construction. All internal or partitioning walls shall be 200mm thick Autoclaved Aerated (AAC).1 Floor Finish: • • • • Floor finish for the airlocks and main plaza. as specified. They shall be demolished and the debris removed to the approved location. Footings & Base Slab • • • • • The proposed foundation system is shallow foundation connected using rigid tie-beams. except for the playing court the RC columns shall be supporting a space truss covered with steel sheets.5. Floor finish for Gymnasium hall. tie beams and ground slabs be cast against 75 mm blinding concrete cast above 1000 gage polyethylene sheets laid over 500 mm of compacted fill.3.2.6. The building shall be reinforced concrete framed building comprising RC columns supported over isolated footings.2. office and coffee preparation room. All block works shall be plastered.2. Page 25 of 102 . with concrete block work partition walls for external & internal walls. The value of soil bearing capacity used for the design shall be as per clause 5. The heights indicated in the drawings are tentative only.2. Floor finish for the staircase treads and risers shall be 400 x 400 Natural stone tiles (Mar3). • 7. 50mm gape & 100mm thick internal concrete solid block work. and bottom reinforcement mesh. The height of the building to be determined based on the tentative sections provided with the EPC package. 7. Superstructure • The structural system shall be composed of cast in situ reinforced concrete solid slabs supported on a reinforced concrete skeleton composed of columns and beams.2. 7. Walls shall be tied to concrete columns and shall be reinforced every fourth layer. up to the top of plinth/ tie beams shall be solid block. Buildings Type: The Multipurpose hall building shall be double storied. Floor finish for corridors. shall be 450 x 450 x 10 heavy duty non slip Homogenous tiles (CT6). Flexible joint and movement ties shall be provided between the bottom / soffit of the beam / slab and block work.• The final adjustments to these dimensions shall be carried out by the contractor based on technical / architectural requirements. shall be 400 x 400 Natural stone tiles (Mar1/Mar2).6. All underground elements to be protected as per GASCO DGS.4. All footings. Walls External walls above Finished Floor level shall be double wall of 200mm thick concrete solid block work.2. 7. however only 200mm thick concrete solid block work is required for the external walls that will receive 50mm rock wool insulation. Finishes 7. There are existing structures in the location of the new buildings. 7. however contractor shall verify all building heights to ensure that false ceiling and service duct installation requirements shall be coordinated with the false ceiling. The walls below Finished Floor level.2. and external cladding.2. shall be 600 x 600 Ceramic tiles (CT2).

Tiles shall be installed true to shape flat and free from flows. The water-proofing screed shall be applied and shall be reinforced with 50 x 50 mm 1. corridors etc.High Impact Extreme acoustical wall panel of a medium density core. high impact control component Page 26 of 102 .6. sockets. Floor finish for the common centre court. Movement joints shall be provided for all joints between walls and floors. shall be 7mm thick Rubber flooring (RUB-1). ceramic or marble.2 External wall and Elevation: External wall elevations shall be covered with: • • Epoxy paint with stainless steel grooves as indicated in the elevations. as recommended by the approved supplier. steam. All skirting shall be 100mm high and 8m thick and to match with floor (as mentioned in Finishing Table) tiles and shall have round nose edge. All wet areas shall be water proofed and tested prior to installation of tiles. shall be 300 x 300 Non-Slip Ceramic tiles (CT1). 7. etc. cracks and crazing and keyed on the reverse side. Cut edges smooth and even. toilet installations. Movement joints shall be carried through to depth of tile and bedding partially filled with filling strip and finished flush with sealant to manufacturer recommendation. including all necessary fixing system. Floor finish for stores and MEP room. electric room. shall be Smooth Epoxy paint on concrete screed (SEPS).6 x 1.c. Movement joints shall be provided not less than 6mm wide to the spacing recommended by the tile manufacturer. Description . Emola . Janitor room. etc… shall be painted with washable enamel paint system. Contractor shall provide 5% spare tiles from each shades. 7.2. high impact control component (bonded to the core) and fabric finish . The grout shall work well into joints when bed is sufficiently firm to prevent disturbances of the tiles. The internal wall elevations of stores. All tile works shall be grouted up with pre-packed proprietary epoxy based material from approved manufacturer. Contractor shall provide 5% spare tile for all colours and sizes.6. shall be covered with high quality emulsion paint.3 Internal Wall Elevation: Internal wall elevations for spaces. shall be wood flooring and Vinyl tiles (WF/VT). The internal wall elevations for the indoor sports hall shall be provided with sound absorption panels as follows: a.2. Contractor shall submit floor layout indicating the shade and pattern for COMPANY approval. RAK or equal approved).Non p. Tile adhesive shall be Nitotile by Fosroc or equal approved. All wet areas shall be covered by 300X300X10mm fully vitrified ceramic tiles up to the false ceiling level (Graniti. All tile laying shall be carried out in accordance with approved method of statement.6 mm welded wire meshes.v.• • • • • Floor finish for Saunas. double faces. Floor finish for bowling centre. rooms. All skirting shall be 100mm wide PVC. 4mm thick. toilets. Silver colored Aluminum sheet cladding. Johnson. showers and lockers. Tile shall fit around corners of floor installations such as switches. The color and pattern to be approved by the COMPANY during detailed engineering.

False ceiling shall be combination of gypsum board of 12.90 1. .Construction: Panel consists of a 6 to 7 pcf (96 to 112 kg/m3) medium density core. Surface Burning Characteristics (ASTM E-84) .Edge: Chamfer resin . panel thickness. on proprietary metal suspension system. . . .7mm thick powder coated perforated aluminium ceiling tiles with acoustic pad.Concealed aluminium edge is required. . .5mm thick and 600 x 600 x nominal 0.84 d. (15% of gypsum & 85% of tiles). polypropylenes and Xorels. olefins. FINISH PANEL THICKNESS 125 250 FREQUENCY (Hz) NCR SSA 500 1000 2000 4000 Fabric 25mm 0. . 7. . and wrap minimum 25 mm on backside.Mount panels using mechanical fastening only (includes slide and engage z-clips..Superior impact resistance that allows the fabric finish retaining its original position after impact. . . Design Considerations .2.91 0. Framework shall be GI furring channel system concealed type with rod hangers and galvanized channel.Panels are in fabrics including most polyesters.99 0.Capable of withstanding very high impact without crushing or fracturing.Fabric corners are fully tailored with no exposed darting.4 Ceiling False Ceiling shall be provided in all areas to hide the HVAC ducting that feeds the entire area. particularly plaster or gypsum board. Contractor shall provide 5% spare tile for all colours and sizes.Acoustical Data (ASTM C423. The aquatic panels shall be HIR extreme from DECOUSTICS or equivalent.unbacked fabrics should be applied. Type A Mounting Per ASTM E795) c. with a high impact control component.Class A rating.6.38 0.Finish width must be sufficient to cover panel.Determine correct fastener to use for specific substrates. wall clips and/or track).Size (1200 mm x 3000 mm). The false ceiling shall have the following properties: Page 27 of 102 . Mounting methods . .85 0.07 0.07 0. polyolefin.Secure panels or mounting hardware to a substrate support such as a steel stud. b.Concealed extruded aluminium: defined square.

Page 28 of 102 . approved concrete protective coating. Waterproofing membrane shall be DAKFILL by MATHYS or equal approved. The roof shall be cast in a slope to allow drainage. Ceiling plenum transmission range of 30 STC. resistant. The waterproofing membrane shall be elastic. v.2. the details of which are given below: The concrete roof slab shall be cleaned of all dust.• • • • • Flame spread rating of 25 or less Smoke developed zero Noise reduction co-efficient (NRC) designation of 0. Soffit of all slabs and beams above the false ceiling shall be painted with light colored. with crack bridging properties of not less than 2mm width. 7.5 Roof Roof for the building is concrete suspended slabs and raised plinths for HVAC and other required equipment. not exceeding 12m2 in area and reinforced with 6mm dia. The membrane shall have good resistance to temperature variations. Insulating material shall be ISOBOARD or equal approved. Insulation shall be 50mm thick glass wool covered in polythene bags and of density 50Kg/m3. iii. The ceiling shall be provided with insulation in order to avoid condensation above false ceiling.5 kg/m2) Install extruded polystyrene rigid foam insulation boards (100 mm thick) with minimum density of 48Kg/m3. and apply sealant between the joints. and a minimum compressive strength of 15 N/mm2 at 28 days. dirt. Cast sloped light-weight concrete screed panels (average 65mm thick). iv.V. grease etc. Roof shall be protected against leaks by appropriate water proofing system. ii. The waterproofing membrane shall be U. Square edge. (-10 oC to +80 oC) The membrane shall be self-extinguishing.70. The concrete shall have an average density of 1200-1500 Kg/m3. • • The waterproofing membrane shall be applied as a cold liquid to form a seamless layer. Place layer of plastic separation membrane (1000 gauge thick). All materials shall be of high quality and accredited by ISO 9000. BRC mesh. Seal all expansion joints between intermediate panels with an approved and durable polysulphide mastic Apply cold liquid waterproofing membrane in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications and as directed by COMPANY’s site representative. The membrane shall satisfy the following requirements:i.6. Fix new suitable aluminium flashing on top of the concrete upstands and parapets all around the roof. to receive the following waterproofing system: • • • • • • • • Application of cold bituminous emulsion elastic layer onto the existing roof slab (1.

Handrails shall be covered with teak wood railing for internal stair. External doors Page 29 of 102 . External cat ladders with cage shall be provided for each blocks.8 Doors a. primers. 7. tapes. Skirting. The tiles shall be “Dalle Parcours” from Siplast or approved equivalent. All materials are subject to the Engineer’s approval before they can be included within the work.100 Degree C Cold Flexibility <-10 Degree C Dry Content >70% Viscosity 1500-200cp Water Vapour Permeability 0. sealants.5mm thick. cover strips etc. Membrane shall be minimum of 1.6. • The materials that comprise this system shall meet the following criteria or be of an equal or better specification.1 Tensile Strength >16 N/cm2 Elongation >1000% Heat Resistance 2hr.3g/m2/24h Adhesion on concrete 50N/50mmat 90degree C • All components that comprise the system must be obtained from the same manufacturer and be installed by the same applicator. The following requirement of ASTM D 1227 and ASTM D 2939: • • • • Density 1. fillet pieces. Provide all accessories including metal sleeves as recommended by the membrane manufacturer for the application. The waterproofing system shall be installed in strict accordance with rer’s specification and as directed by the COMPANY’s representative at site.7 Stairs: All internal stairs shall be covered with 20mm marble tiles. flashings. 7. mastics. The CONTRACTOR shall select a suitable waterproofing system to satisfy the above requirements and submit manufacturer’s details / samples to the COMPANY for approval. Hand rail vertical supports shall be cast iron architecturally formed bars for internal stairs. Eg.2.6.6.2.6 Water proofing for Wet Areas: Waterproofing the wet areas shall be carried out based on the site conditions and the approval of the COMPANY: Waterproofing system for wet areas using brush or roller applied bitumen jellified emulsion. • • 7.• Semi-rigid tile in bitumen mortar binder double reinforced with glass fiber shall be provided at the trafficable areas and maintenance areas above the waterproffing system.2. Application of a solvent free SBS electrometric bitumen jellified emulsion with an elongation at break of at least 1000% with 100% recover with good thixotropic performances. membranes. Material shall comply with the manufacturer latest published minimum physical properties. Slip resistant bands shall be provided in grooves. The wooden hand rails shall be provided for the stairs.

panic bar and necessary ironmongery from Yale.6mm steel face sheets reinforced as specified herein and spot welded to reinforcements leaving both faces absolutely flat and level without depressions and distortions.8 2.6mm air space minimum 6mm thick tempered float glass outer skin. The external doors framing shall be aluminum. Door closer and panic bar shall be of heavy duty type. Heavy duty Floor mats shall be provided at all entrances within the mat well.0 2.183 Kg/m2. The outer and inner pane of the unit shall be fixed to the spacers of the air cavity by a polysulphide adhesive compound. Hardware Item Min.8 2. Size (Millimeters) 38 by 230 250 by 9. b. Union or equal approved. sand stopper and necessary ironmongery from Yale.13.0 2. Union or equal approved.All external doors shall have air lock.8 2. A grip handle shall be also provided. sand stopper. overhead door closer. all glazing shall be tinted to approve color. Minimum thickness of the door shall be 45mm. Internal Wooden Doors: Page 30 of 102 . The doors shall have zinc coating with minimum weight of 0. The hardware item shall follow the following minimum specifications. The doors shall be fire rated to one hour. doorstopper.6m2.8 Hinges/Pivots Mortise Locksets Cylindrical Locksets Flush Bolts Foot Bolts Surface-Applied Closers Hold-Open Arms Rim-Panic Devices A grip handle shall be also provided. The doors shall be powder coated to approve color.8 2. The door face sheets shall be commercial quality coldrolled stretcher levelled steel free from defects. All doors shall have fire and smoke seal. The doors shall be provided with overhead door closer. Doors shall be provided with weather and smoke seal. Doors shall be constructed of 1. The double-glazing shall be inner skin laminated glass consisting of two layers of float glass of minimum 3mm each and PVB interlayer of 1. The galvanized mild steel frame shall be formed of 2. Steel Door: The door for the electric rooms shall be galvanized steel door. The space between reinforcing members shall be filled with thermal resistance of insulation for steel doors in accordance with GASCO DGS 2020-005.5 38 by 76 190 by 32 100 by 25 355 by 114 355 by 100 100 by 255 Thickness (Millimeters) 4. Door closer and panic bar shall be of heavy duty type. Hardware specification shall be in accordance with clause 7.9mm thick.4mm thick.0mm thick steel. bottom and sides of doors shall be fabricated as integral part of the door construction by the addition of inverted steel channels.0 2. Closer and holder arm reinforcement shall be 6. The doors shall be provided with panic handle bar. doorstopper. The glazing shall be framed such that single pane area shall not exceed 0.2. c. The overall thickness of the door shall be minimum 45mm. The top.

mirrors. soap holder. finished with laminated teak veneered finish. intermediate and bottom lock blocking at all particle board core doors. towel holder.10 Sanitary Wares Scope of work includes the supply and installation of sanitary wares such as washbasin. of master keys apart from individual keys must be provided.Internal doors shall be solid core timber flushed with red miranti doorframe. The framing shall be such that single panel area shall not exceed 1 m2. The framing shall be powder coated aluminum 60-120 microns. Windows are to be factory finished with a highly durable powder coating. including ironmongery. 6mm air space. Toilet doors shall be provided with non-vision type door transfer grill louvers for air conditioning. Bristol or equal approved. shower. Framing members shall be extruded aluminum 2mm thick. All doors shall have fire and smoke seal. The final design to be proposed by the contractor during detailed engineering. Doors for toilets and showers shall be provided with an indicator bolt only. wash basin cabinets. External Windows / Curtain Wall: All external windows shall be double glazed with hinged open panels.9mm. The master key system shall include external doors as well. Provide 150mm minimum reinforcement blocking at door head rails. All ironmongery shall be union. 7. The floor for the shower area shall be tiled with non-slip tiles. Windows are to be designed and fabricated to accommodate anticipated movement without damage and deterioration to glazing. The core shall be particleboard solid core.6mm thick. All internal doors shall be provided with plastic/ Stainless steel inscribed label of approved quality. All internal doors shall be fire rated for half an hour. The outer and inner pane of the unit shall be fixed to the spacers of the air cavity by a polysulphide adhesive compound. Windows for the toilets shall have obscure type glass as the outer pane. The door closers shall be Union. Two sides of the partition wall shall be covered with vitrified tiles. Glazed bath cubicle. sealant or gasket system with buckling or openings of joints and without glass breakage. toilets roll holder.9 Windows: a. inner pane of laminated glass consists of two layers of glass minimum thickness 3mm each and a PVB interlayer of 1.6. Yale or equal approved. excessive condensation on interior surfaces of panels or within the panels. W/C. All Sanitary wares shall be ‘Ideal Standard’ or equal approved. The window shall be designed to resist admission of rain. All glazing shall be tinted to approved colour. The door locks shall work on master key system and 10 Nos. Internal face of the toilet doors shall be provided with 300 mm wide aluminium skirting 1. Nominal width of the frame member shall be 64mm. hand dusch. 7. excessive amounts of air. minimum nominal depth of the frame members shall be 150 mm. The glazing shall be 6mm thick normal float glass outer pane.6.2.2. Page 31 of 102 .

or to become. Veneer lamination shall be 0. • Installation 1. Requirements as specified in MANUFACTURER’S instructions shall be followed where applicable. 7/16” (1. 7.6.6. secure and consistent sliding conditions.2. • Performance and Technical Features Data sheet Construction Solid Phenol construction.Washbasin topping shall be Granite counter top. to be approved by the COMPANY. Ball Lanes: A synthetic lane surface shall provide durable performance.12 Bowling Centre • Document Precedence It shall be the CONTRACTOR’S responsibility to be.11 Spectators seats (Retractable) The Retractable Spectators seats shall be provided as shown on the drawings. In case of conflict. The CONTRACTOR shall notify the COMPANY of any apparent conflict between this specification. knowledgeable of the requirements of the referenced Codes and Standards. All wood paneling and cabinets shall be made of veneer MDF 18mm (minimum) thick. Fluorescent lighting shall be provided for the mirrors. the Codes and Standards and any other Design General Specifications noted herein. Mahogany etc.8mm thick. The mirror shall be of same width as counter top and shall be extended up to the false ceiling level. • Manufacturers Materials and equipments shall be supplied by approved manufacturer and shall be equivalent to Brunswick products. most stringent criteria shall apply. Maple. 7. the related data sheets. installed on high grade manufactured laminated strand lumber underlayment standing on engineered wood web and flanges .2. Contractor shall provide catalogues from repetitive supplier for COMPANY approval.11 cm) thickness Page 32 of 102 . The colour and pattern shall be Beech. Resolution and/or interpretation precedence shall be obtained from the COMPANY in writing before proceeding with the design/manufacture.

static weight per lane pair. 115 and 230 voltages. or 8 additional bowling balls.Approaches Pin Decks Markings Gutters/Capping Ball Return Foul Line 60” 152. 3.The control counter should be proportioned to the capacity of lane conditions and be easily accessible from any part of the lanes. 6. Antiskid design for reduced out of ranges. Curtain Wall Installation of curtain wall as per the drawing. permanently lubricated lift mechanism. easily access to ball return track Holds up to 12 balls. Compatible with all major scoring systems. The contractor is responsible for supplying. maintaining the proper position of the support beams or pipes method of support must be capable of supporting 415lbs. 4. 2.40 wide textured approach panels eliminate seams in the bowler’s slide area and provide consistent sliding conditions. the surface must be power trawled and level to within ½ " (1. Operates on 100. durable PVC construction. Concrete Floor Bowling lines are installed on a waterproof concrete slab poured over compact fill in the lane area. The curtain wall must be installed to handle the 100 lb. 2.Concrete in the bowler's seating area should be thick enough to accept a 4 "(10. integrated reset button. Note: structure is suggested to be installed to support the overhead monitors and hide the cable away. Bowlers Table Top Seating: • • • • Accommodates easy flow to the action while providing comfort and social interaction Triangular table to allow bowlers to see the action from every seat coming with 4 swing/swivel seats Patented table-mounted scoring console with LCD Pre-installation Requirements 1. Control Counter It is contractor responsibility to install the control desk counter . per lane pair. Standard arrow markings Rigid. Add an optional ball storage rack below the ball return to store 4.. Easily adjustable with built in self diagnostics. Spring mounted to limit vibrations. Care must be exercised to maintain a close tolerance ½ " on levels to avoid excessive shimming on lane foundations .16 cm) anchor for seating and other related equipment. installing . 5. Rear Service Door For Entry Of The Pin Setters And Other Materials Rear service door from entry of pin setters and other materials as per the following: • • • Minimum clear opening 6' 00" (183 cm) wide x 6' 8" (204 cm) high Minimum clear unobstructed passage to pit area Page 33 of 102 . Support And Over Head Monitors The overhead monitories to be suspended from beams are supported from roof trusses.27 cm).

1A with individual switch at the Control Counter (for tele foul units -per each lane pair) v. race ways or other devises for wiring to.91 m) is suggested but with the width is determined by the economical width of the building.If sub-panel to main service (feed) exceeds 150 feet. 10 units on the Control Counter (Computer and Electronic Equipment) IMPORTANT NOTICE * The site electrician should perform all the electrical connections * T GS-X sub.• 6' 00" (183 cm) wide x 6'8" (204cm) high. 3 sockets per unit (3 x 2A=6A) ceiling mounted (for over head monitors . Single Phase with isolated ground. 6. * Bowling electronic devices for scoring system must be free and clean of other electrical equipment. 15 A per unit. 230V. (Gs-x pin setters . the installation and material coast shall be borne by customer. * Non . * If local code requires conduit. 5 wire flexible drop cord from ceiling. mounted on the curtain wall. Single phase with isolated ground. ceiling mounted. 415V. 2A. 230v. from or between bowling equipment. including any electronic devices.per each lane pair isolator should be installed by electrician at pin setter GS Machine) ii. 3 phase.bowling equipment cannot share this sub-panel.panel used to power GS-x Pin setters or bowling equipment must be powered directly from the primary service panel or transformer and must be three phases * All circuits of the GS-X sub panel cannot share a conduit with non Brunswick equipment. 230 V. 7. * All wiring and sub-panels must be furnished and installed by customer. separate sub panel (Db) should be provided. wall mounted 2 for each lane pair. 13A Socket. Single phase with isolated ground. Provision Of All The Electrical Points i. 8 consoles per branch circuit floor mounted (for Scorer -per each lane) iii.one per each lane pair) iv. 8. increase the AWG wire accordingly. * Use correct AWG for sub-panel and associated branch circuits . Single Phase with isolated ground. 2a. 230v. Provision Of All PVC Pipes For Low Voltage Cables It is contractor's responsibility to install all pipes and conduits for the low voltage cable 2 PVC Pipes 50 mm from the approach edge to control desk 1 PVC Pipe 50 mm from the curtain wall to overhead monitors (one pipe per each lane pair) 1PVC Pipe 50 mm from the approach edge to the scoria console (one pipe per each console [lane] ) Page 34 of 102 .A side aisle width of 3' (0. Side Service Aisle The service aisle serves as a convenient indoor route for personnel to the pin setters and storage area .

1. • • Auditorium Building with total built-up Area of 1279.3 Technical Specifications for Auditorium 7. • 7.3.3. 7.6m2. tie beams and ground slabs be cast against 75 mm blinding concrete cast above 1000 gage polyethylene sheets laid over 500 mm of compacted fill.2. 7. 7.3. The top-coat is installed consisting of 2mm thick self-levelling polyurethane with matt coat finish. There are existing structures in the location of the new building. a resilient polyurethane flooring system. The height of the building to be determined based on the tentative sections provided with the EPC tender package. Superstructure • The structural system shall be composed of cast in situ reinforced concrete solid slabs supported on a reinforced concrete skeleton composed of columns and beams. The ground slab shall be 200 mm thickness with top. This system is supplied in a variety of colours as shown on the drawings. The final adjustments to these dimensions shall be carried out by the contractor based on technical / architectural requirements.3. and connected with secondary beams in the transverse direction. As built drawings are available for the same. The structural system of the theater area shall consist of RC frames composed of columns. The heights indicated in the drawings are tentative only.13 Gymnasium And Sports Hall Flooring Finishes of floor shall be full Polyurethane System for Sports Hall (7mm thick). and debris removal to location approved by GASCO.2.5. and rafters spanning in the long direction. for the contractor to review in order to prepare for demolishing.One Conduit on each side centre for the overhead monitors cabling (if ceiling is higher than 4 Mt. So a structure of supporting the overhead monitors is installed Note: all the conduit low voltage cables must be electrical type PVC The contractor shall submit the required documents / information. 7. 7. Game line is finally applied onto the polyurethane flooring when cured. All underground elements to be protected as per GASCO DGS. however contractor shall verify all building areas’ heights to ensure that service duct installation and audio/visual requirements shall be coordinated with the false ceiling. The value of soil bearing capacity used for the design shall be as per clause 5. All footings.6.2. along with supporting documents for COMPANY approval. Walls Page 35 of 102 .3. Buildings Type: The structural system shall be composed of cast in situ reinforced concrete solid slabs supported on a reinforced concrete skeleton composed of columns and beams. The dimensions / size The tentative dimensions of the buildings / facilities are shown in the attached floor plans for the buildings. and shall be verified by the contractor by performing soil investigation before construction. Footings & Base Slab • • • • • The proposed foundation system is shallow foundation connected using rigid tie-beams. which consist of 5mm thick base sealed with polyurethane layer. and bottom reinforcement mesh.3.4.

Contractor shall submit floor layout indicating the shade and pattern for COMPANY approval. All tile laying shall be carried out in accordance with approved method of statement. Flexible joint and movement ties shall be provided between the bottom / soffit of the beam / slab and block work. Tile shall fit around corners of floor installations such as switches. All wet areas shall be water proofed and tested prior to installation of tiles. Floor finish for Control room shall be 600 x 600 MM Vinyl Access floor tiles (VT/ACS). Internal partitions walls shall be hollow block work plastered at both sides. Floor finish for Service areas (elec. cracks and crazing and keyed on the reverse side. sockets.3. Finishes 7. Floor finish for toilets and Janitor rooms.2 External wall and Elevation: External wall elevations shall be covered with: Page 36 of 102 . shall be 300 x 300 Non-Slip Ceramic tiles (CT1). tele. Refresh counter. Main lobbies. Movement joints shall be provided for all joints between walls and floors.6. Cut edges smooth and even. 7. Offices.External walls above finished floor level shall be double wall of 200mm thick concrete solid block work. up to the top of plinth/ tie beams shall be solid block. The grout shall work well into joints when bed is sufficiently firm to prevent disturbances of the tiles. All block works shall be plastered. VIP Lounge and Atrium shall be 400 x 400 Natural stone tiles (Mar1/Mar2). The water-proofing screed shall be applied and shall be reinforced with 50 x 50 mm 1.6. toilet installations.6 x 1.. Contractor shall provide 5% spare tiles from each shades. AUH. however only 200mm thick concrete solid block work is required for the external walls that will receive 50mm rock wool insulation. shall be 600 x 600 Ceramic tiles (CT2). and external cladding. Movement joints shall be carried through to depth of tile and bedding partially filled with filling strip and finished flush with sealant to manufacturer recommendation. some lobbies and some corridors. All skirting shall be 100mm high and 8m thick and to match with floor (as mentioned in Finishing Table) tiles and shall have round nose edge. 7. Floor finish for Stage & Back stage shall be Wood Flooring (WF). as specified. The walls below Finished Floor level. Movement joints shall be provided not less than 6mm wide to the spacing recommended by the tile manufacturer. preparation room. Walls shall be tied to concrete columns and shall be reinforced every fourth layer. All internal or partitioning walls shall be be 200mm thick Autoclaved Aerated (AAC). Tile adhesive shall be Nitotile by Fosroc or equal approved.6. Floor finish for Auditorium shall be Carpet Roll on concrete screed (CRP).3. etc.3.…etc) shall be Smooth Epoxy paint on concrete screed (SEPS).6 mm welded wire meshes. Floor finish for Stores. Tiles shall be installed true to shape flat and free from flows.1 Floor Finish: • • • • • • • • Floor finish for VIP Entrance. All tile works shall be grouted up with pre-packed proprietary epoxy based material from approved manufacturer. 50mm gape & 100mm thick internal concrete solid block work.

rooms. electric room. All skirting shall be 100mm wide PVC. Contractor shall provide two colour schemes for the interior of the auditorium space for COMAPNY selection. Ceiling plenum transmission range of 30 STC. (15% of gypsum & 85% of tiles). All wet areas shall be covered by 300X300X10mm fully vitrified ceramic tiles up to the false ceiling level (Graniti. Roof shall be Page 37 of 102 .5 Roof Roof for the building is concrete suspended slabs and raised plinths for HVAC and other required equipment. Soffit of all slabs and beams above the false ceiling shall be painted with light colored. Framework shall be GI furring channel system concealed type with rod hangers and galvanized channel.70. The ceiling shall be provided with insulation in order to avoid condensation above false ceiling.5mm thick and 600 x 600 x nominal 0. approved concrete protective coating. Contractor shall provide 5% spare tile for all colours and sizes.3. Aquatic study shall be also prepared by specialist and all recommendations shall be applied to the materials after COMPANY approval.3. double faces. shall be covered with high quality emulsion paint. 7. 4mm thick. ceramic or marble. The roof shall be cast in a slope to allow drainage.7mm thick powder coated perforated aluminium ceiling tiles with acoustic pad. as recommended by the approved supplier. The internal wall elevations of stores. The color and pattern to be approved by COMPANY during detailed engineering stage.6.6. The internal wall finish of the auditorium space shall be designed by interior specialist designer approved by COMPANY. Johnson. with pattern & design. Ceiling of the Auditorium shall be gypsum board (100%). Emola .4 Ceiling False Ceiling shall be provided in all areas to hide the HVAC ducting that feeds the entire area. RAK or equal approved). for the interior of the auditorium.3 Internal Wall Elevation: Internal wall elevations for spaces. corridors etc. False ceiling shall be combination of gypsum board of 12. Insulation shall be 50mm thick glass wool covered in polythene bags and of density 50Kg/m3. 7.• • Epoxy paint with aluminum grooves as indicated in the elevations. on proprietary metal suspension system. etc… shall be painted with washable enamel paint system. The false ceiling shall have the following properties: • • • • • Flame spread rating of 25 or less Smoke developed zero Noise reduction co-efficient (NRC) designation of 0.3. 7. including all necessary fixing system. Silver colored Aluminum sheet cladding.6. Square edge. Interior designer shall consider a combination of wood & fabric finish (20% to 80%).

All materials shall be of high quality and accredited by ISO 9000. Semi-rigid tile in bitumen mortar binder double reinforced with glass fiber shall be provided at the trafficable areas and maintenance areas above the waterproffing system. BRC mesh.5 kg/m2) Install extruded polystyrene rigid foam insulation boards (100 mm thick) with minimum density of 48Kg/m3. The waterproofing system shall be installed in strict accordance with rer’s specification and as directed by the COMPANY’s representative at site. The CONTRACTOR shall select a suitable waterproofing system to satisfy the above requirements and submit manufacturer’s details / samples to the COMPANY for approval. The waterproofing membrane shall be elastic.6. The waterproofing membrane shall be U. Seal all expansion joints between intermediate panels with an approved and durable polysulphide mastic Apply cold liquid waterproofing membrane in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications and as directed by COMPANY’s site representative. The tiles shall be “Dalle Parcours” from Siplast or approved equivalent. Cast sloped light-weight concrete screed panels (average 65mm thick). Insulating material shall be ISOBOARD or equal approved. ix. The membrane shall satisfy the following requirements:vi.6 Water proofing for Wet Areas: Waterproofing the wet areas shall be carried out based on the site conditions and the approval of the COMPANY: Page 38 of 102 . to receive the following waterproofing system: • • • • • • • • Application of cold bituminous emulsion elastic layer onto the existing roof slab (1. (-10 oC to +80 oC) The membrane shall be self-extinguishing. with crack bridging properties of not less than 2mm width. dirt. vii. resistant. and a minimum compressive strength of 15 N/mm2 at 28 days. viii. not exceeding 12m2 in area and reinforced with 6mm dia. • • The waterproofing membrane shall be applied as a cold liquid to form a seamless layer. grease etc. x.3. Waterproofing membrane shall be DAKFILL by MATHYS or equal approved. The membrane shall have good resistance to temperature variations. and apply sealant between the joints. the details of which are given below: The concrete roof slab shall be cleaned of all dust.V. The concrete shall have an average density of 1200-1500 Kg/m3. Place layer of plastic separation membrane (1000 gauge thick). Fix new suitable aluminium flashing on top of the concrete upstands and parapets all around the roof. • • • 7.protected against leaks by appropriate water proofing system.

The double-glazing shall be inner skin laminated glass consisting of two layers of float glass of minimum 3mm each and PVB interlayer of 1. Handrails shall be covered with teak wood railing for internal stair. The wooden hand rails shall be provided for the stairs.1 Tensile Strength >16 N/cm2 Elongation >1000% Heat Resistance 2hr. Page 39 of 102 . Application of a solvent free SBS electrometric bitumen jellified emulsion with an elongation at break of at least 1000% with 100% recover with good thixotropic performances. membranes. Material shall comply with the manufacturer latest published minimum physical properties.6m2. doorstopper.3.Waterproofing system for wet areas using brush or roller applied bitumen jellified emulsion. All doors shall have fire and smoke seal. The overall thickness of the door shall be minimum 45mm. 7. The external doors framing shall be aluminum. The glazing shall be framed such that single pane area shall not exceed 0. sand stopper and necessary ironmongery from Yale. primers.9mm thick. Door closer and panic bar shall be of heavy duty type.6. The following requirement of ASTM D 1227 and ASTM D 2939: • • • • Density 1. all glazing shall be tinted to approved color.5mm thick. sealants. Skirting.6. Provide all accessories including metal sleeves as recommended by the membrane manufacturer for the application.3. External doors All external doors shall have air lock. • The materials that comprise this system shall meet the following criteria or be of an equal or better specification. fillet pieces. Hand rail vertical supports shall be cast iron architecturally formed bars for internal stairs. Membrane shall be minimum of 1.100 Degree C Cold Flexibility <-10 Degree C Dry Content >70% Viscosity 1500-200cp Water Vapour Permeability 0. Eg. 7. flashings. External cat ladders with cage shall be provided for each blocks. cover strips etc.8 Doors d. overhead door closer. mastics.6mm air space minimum 6mm thick tempered float glass outer skin.7 Stairs: All internal stairs shall be covered with 20mm marble tiles. The outer and inner pane of the unit shall be fixed to the spacers of the air cavity by a polysulphide adhesive compound. tapes. All materials are subject to the Engineer’s approval before they can be included within the work. The doors shall be provided with panic handle bar. Slip resistant bands shall be provided in grooves. Union or equal approved.3g/m2/24h Adhesion on concrete 50N/50mmat 90degree C • All components that comprise the system must be obtained from the same manufacturer and be installed by the same applicator.

The core shall be particleboard solid core. doorstopper.0mm thick steel.8 Hinges/Pivots Mortise Locksets Cylindrical Locksets Flush Bolts Foot Bolts Surface-Applied Closers Hold-Open Arms Rim-Panic Devices A grip handle shall be also provided. The door closers shall be Union.6mm thick. A grip handle shall be also provided. panic bar and necessary ironmongery from Yale. The space between reinforcing members shall be filled with thermal resistance of insulation for steel doors in accordance with GASCO DGS 2020-005. f. Provide 150mm minimum reinforcement blocking at door head rails. The doors shall be fire rated to one hour. finished with laminated teak veneered finish.The hardware item shall follow the following minimum specifications. The doors shall be powder coated with approved color. Door closer and panic bar shall be of heavy duty type. Closer and holder arm reinforcement shall be 6. e. Doors shall be constructed of 1.6mm steel face sheets reinforced as specified herein and spot welded to reinforcements leaving both faces absolutely flat and level without depressions and distortions. Heavy duty Floor mats shall be provided at all entrances within the mat well. Toilet doors shall be provided with non-vision type door transfer grill louvers for air conditioning. intermediate and bottom lock blocking at all particle board core doors. Bristol or equal approved. Minimum thickness of the door shall be 45mm. Yale or equal approved. Internal face of the toilet doors shall be provided with 300 mm wide aluminium skirting 1.8 2.8 2. Internal Wooden Doors: Internal doors shall be solid core timber flushed with red miranti doorframe. The door face sheets shall be commercial quality coldrolled stretcher levelled steel free from defects.8 2. sand stopper.4mm thick.5 38 by 76 190 by 32 100 by 25 355 by 114 355 by 100 100 by 255 Thickness (Millimeters) 4. including ironmongery.13. The doors shall have zinc coating with minimum weight of 0. Page 40 of 102 . The galvanized mild steel frame shall be formed of 2. Hardware Item Min.0 2. Size (Millimeters) 38 by 230 250 by 9.0 2. Union or equal approved. The top. Doors shall be provided with weather and smoke seal.2.0 2. Hardware specification shall be in accordance with clause 7. The doors shall be provided with overhead door closer.8 2. Steel Door: The door for the electric rooms shall be galvanized steel door. All ironmongery shall be union.183 Kg/m2. bottom and sides of doors shall be fabricated as integral part of the door construction by the addition of inverted steel channels.

Windows are to be factory finished with a highly durable powder coating. Two sides of the partition wall shall be covered with vitrified tiles. excessive amounts of air. 6mm air space.3. excessive condensation on interior surfaces of panels or within the panels. All glazing shall be tinted with approved color.3.3. hand dusch.The door locks shall work on master key system and 10 Nos. toilets roll holder. All internal doors shall be fire rated for half an hour. wash basin cabinets. 7. round armrests – Straight rows Page 41 of 102 . shower. The framing shall be such that single panel area shall not exceed 1 m2. The glazing shall be 6mm thick normal float glass outer pane. Fluorescent lighting shall be provided for the mirrors. The framing shall be powder coated aluminum 60-120 microns.9mm. inner pane of laminated glass consists of two layers of glass minimum thickness 3mm each and a PVB interlayer of 1. 7.9 Windows: a. Framing members shall be extruded aluminum 2mm thick. The final design to be proposed by the contractor during detailed engineering. of master keys apart from individual keys must be provided. Seat Centres : 60cm. soap holder. The outer and inner pane of the unit shall be fixed to the spacers of the air cavity by a polysulphide adhesive compound. Washbasin topping shall be Granite counter top.10 Sanitary Wares Scope of work includes the supply and installation of sanitary wares such as washbasin. Nominal width of the frame member shall be 64mm. The master key system shall include external doors as well. mirrors.11 Auditorium Seats a) Normal Seats Internal frame structure made of injected plastic. All internal doors shall be provided with plastic/ Stainless steel inscribed label of approved quality. Windows for the toilets shall have obscure type glass as the outer pane. The mirror shall be of same width as counter top and shall be extended up to the false ceiling level. External Windows / Curtain Wall: All external windows shall be double glazed with hinged open panels. The floor for the shower area shall be tiled with non-slip tiles. minimum nominal depth of the frame members shall be 150 mm.6. towel holder. Glazed bath cubicle. Doors for toilets and showers shall be provided with an indicator bolt only.6. foam & seamless fabric. The seat and back rest body are made of high density polypropylene. All doors shall have fire and smoke seal. sealant or gasket system with buckling or openings of joints and without glass breakage. All Sanitary wares shall be ‘Ideal Standard’ or equal approved. W/C.6. Windows are to be designed and fabricated to accommodate anticipated movement without damage and deterioration to glazing. 7. The window shall be designed to resist admission of rain.

0cm (D) x 95. round armrests – Straight rows : 95cm.1 The dimensions / size The tentative dimensions of the building / facilities are shown in the attached floor plans for the buildings.0cm(W) x 75. however contractor shall verify all building heights to ensure that false ceiling and service duct installation requirements shall be coordinated with the false ceiling.4.0cm (H) : 65kg/m3. Seat Centres Overall Height Back Seat : 75cm. The final adjustments to these dimensions shall be carried out by the contractor based on technical / architectural requirements. Textured polypropylene seat with perforations for acoustics. The heights indicated in the drawings are tentative only.Overall Height Back Seat : 95cm. The solid frame of the backrest and armrests are made of beech wood. The height of the building to be determined based on the tentative sections provided with the EPC package. textured polypropylene outer back : Tip up with double spring. : Upholstery system.4 Technical Specifications for Clinic 7. Solid wooden frame : Tip up with double spring. : Solid wood with curved moulding : Plastic for row & seat : 54. 7. Page 42 of 102 .0cm (D) x 95.0cm(W) x 75. Textured polypropylene seat with perforations for acoustics. : Injected and textured polyproylene : Plastic for row & seat : 54.0cm (H) : 65kg/m3. • • Clinic Building with total built-up Area of 90m2. Back Density 54kg/m3 Armrest Numbering Dimensions Seat Density b) VIP Seats The VIP seats are combination of polypropylene & solid wood. : Wooden back. Back Density 54kg/m3 Armrest Numbering Dimensions Seat Density Approved Manufacturers / Suppliers: M/s EUROSEATING or equivalent.

2 Buildings Type: The structural system shall be composed of cast in situ reinforced concrete solid slabs supported on a reinforced concrete skeleton composed of columns and beams. The ground slab shall be 200 mm thickness with top. All internal or partitioning walls shall be be 200mm thick Autoclaved Aerated (AAC). 7. They shall be demolished and the debris removed to the approved location. All underground elements to be protected as per GASCO DGS. The walls below Finished Floor level.2 Finishes Floor Finish: • • Floor finish for toilets and toilets rooms. up to the top of plinth/ tie beams shall be solid block. and bottom reinforcement mesh. Internal partitions walls shall be hollow block work plastered at the both sides. All block works shall be plastered. 20mm Cement sand plaster & External epoxy paint.5 Walls External walls above Finished Floor level shall be 350mm thick concrete solid block work comprises 200mm external skin.1 7.4.4 Internal Wall Elevation: Page 43 of 102 . 7. Walls shall be tied to concrete columns and shall be reinforced every fourth layer. 50mm rock wool insulation & 100mm internal skin.4.6.4. There are layout drawings available for the same. and exam room shall be 600 x 600 Ceramic tiles (CT2). waiting area. 7.3 External wall and Elevation: • • • 20mm powder coated aluminum deep reveal.4. The value of soil bearing capacity used for the design shall be as per clause 5.6. Colures shall be selected by the COMPANY from the supplier’s standard color product.4. Flexible joint and movement ties shall be provided between the bottom / soffit of the beam / slab and block work.4.6. Nurse. tie beams and ground slabs be cast against 75 mm blinding concrete cast above 1000 gage polyethylene sheets laid over 500 mm of compacted fill. 7. All footings.4 Superstructure The structural system shall be composed of cast in situ reinforced concrete solid slabs supported on a reinforced concrete skeleton composed of columns and beams. Floor finish for Driver.4. and shall be verified by the contractor by performing soil investigation before construction. 7.3 Footings & Base Slab • • • • • The proposed foundation system is shallow foundation connected using rigid tie-beams.• There are existing structures.2. External wall elevations shall be covered with: 7.6. which are exist in the location of the new building. 7. shall be 300 x 300 Non-Slip Ceramic tiles (CT1).4.

70.4.4. Union or equal approved. Emola . Size (Millimeters) Page 44 of 102 Thickness (Millimeters) .5mm thick and 600 x 600 x nominal 0. all glazing shall be tinted to approved color. Contractor shall provide 5% spare tile for all colours and sizes. The outer and inner pane of the unit shall be fixed to the spacers of the air cavity by a polysulphide adhesive compound.4. Soffit of all slabs and beams above the false ceiling shall be painted with light colour. False ceiling shall be combination of gypsum board of 12.5 Ceiling False Ceiling shall be provided in all areas to hide the HVAC ducting that feeds the entire area. The hardware item shall follow the following minimum specifications. Hardware Item Min.6. Square edge. Door closer and panic bar shall be of heavy duty type. overhead door closer. Framework shall be GI furring channel system concealed type with rod hangers and galvanized channel. All skirting shall be 100mm wide PVC.6. corridors etc.3. (15% of gypsum & 85% of tiles). ceramic or marble. The doors shall be provided with panic handle bar. RAK or equal approved).6. All wet areas shall be covered by 300X300X10mm fully vitrified ceramic tiles up to the false ceiling level (Graniti.4.8 Doors External doors The external door framing shall be aluminum. doorstopper.9mm thick. The double-glazing shall be inner skin laminated glass consisting of two layers of float glass of minimum 3mm each and PVB interlayer of 1. The glazing shall be framed such that single pane area shall not exceed 0. of the above roof layers & finishing 7.5. The overall thickness of the door shall be minimum 45mm.3. Ceiling plenum transmission range of 30 STC. 7. The false ceiling shall have the following properties: • • • • • Flame spread rating of 25 or less Smoke developed zero Noise reduction co-efficient (NRC) designation of 0. 7. shall be covered with high quality emulsion paint.6. Insulation shall be 50mm thick glass wool covered in polythene bags and of density 50Kg/m3. sand stopper and necessary ironmongery from Yale.7mm thick powder coated perforated aluminium ceiling tiles with acoustic pad. on proprietary metal suspension system. Johnson. rooms.6.7 Water proofing for Wet Areas: • Please refer to Item 7. The ceiling shall be provided with insulation in order to avoid condensation above false ceiling. of the above roof layers & finishing 7. approved concrete protective coating.6 Roof • Please refer to Item 7.6.6m2.6.Internal wall elevations for spaces. All doors shall have fire and smoke seal.6mm air space minimum 6mm thick tempered float glass outer skin.

All internal doors shall be fire rated for half an hour. The master key system shall include external doors as well.8 2.0 2. inner pane of laminated glass consists of two layers of glass minimum thickness 3mm each and a PVB interlayer of 1.0 2. intermediate and bottom lock blocking at all particle board core doors. Provide 150mm minimum reinforcement blocking at door head rails. All internal doors shall be provided with plastic/ Stainless steel inscribed label of approved quality. Page 45 of 102 . of master keys apart from individual keys must be provided. including ironmongery.8 2. Yale or equal approved. All ironmongery shall be union.6. Toilet doors shall be provided with non-vision type door transfer grill louvers for air conditioning. The door closers shall be Union.8 2.5 38 by 76 190 by 32 100 by 25 355 by 114 355 by 100 100 by 255 4. Doors for toilets and showers shall be provided with an indicator bolt only.Hinges/Pivots Mortise Locksets Cylindrical Locksets Flush Bolts Foot Bolts Surface-Applied Closers Hold-Open Arms Rim-Panic Devices A grip handle shall be also provided.9mm. Bristol or equal approved. The glazing shall be 6mm thick normal float glass outer pane. 6mm air space.4.8 Internal Wooden Doors: Internal doors shall be solid core timber flushed with red miranti doorframe. 7. The doors shall have card access system with automatic power control system. finished with laminated teak veneered finish. Contractor shall provide complete system with required software.0 2. The door locks shall work on master key system and 10 Nos. All doors shall have fire and smoke seal.8 2. Internal face of the toilet doors shall be provided with 300 mm wide aluminum skirting 1.9 Windows: External Windows / Curtain Wall: All external windows shall be double glazed with hinged open panels.6mm thick. 38 by 230 250 by 9. The core shall be particleboard solid core.

The framing shall be such that single panel area shall not exceed 1 m2. • • • General Store Building with total built-up Area of 1375. • 7.8 m2. minimum nominal depth of the frame members shall be 150 mm.5. The RC columns are connected in the transverse direction with RC beams. and supported on the steel beams.6. and supported on the steel beams. Windows are to be designed and fabricated to accommodate anticipated movement without damage and deterioration to glazing. Page 46 of 102 . of the above Sanitary Wares. There are layout drawings available for the same.9. however contractor shall verify all building heights to ensure that false ceiling and service duct installation requirements shall be coordinated with the false ceiling.4.5 7. All glazing shall be tinted to approved colour. The roof cover shall consist of steel purlins supporting steel sheets. 7. Framing members shall be extruded aluminum 2mm thick. The final adjustments to these dimensions shall be carried out by the contractor based on technical / architectural requirements.6. Nominal width of the frame member shall be 64mm. The roof cover shall consist of steel purlins supporting steel sheets. Windows are to be factory finished with a highly durable powder coating. which are exist in the location of the new building.2 Buildings Type: • The structural system of the General store Building shall be composed of RC columns supporting steel beams in the longitudinal direction. There are existing structures. Horizontal bracing shall be used at the roof for the structural integrity in lateral direction. The heights indicated in the drawings are tentative only. Workshop Building with total built-up Area of 1715 m2.10 Sanitary Wares Please refer to item 7.5. The window shall be designed to resist admission of rain. excessive condensation on interior surfaces of panels or within the panels.5. • 7.3. excessive amounts of air. They shall be demolished and the debris removed to the approved location. sealant or gasket system with buckling or openings of joints and without glass breakage. Windows for the toilets shall have obscure type glass as the outer pane.The outer and inner pane of the unit shall be fixed to the spacers of the air cavity by a polysulphide adhesive compound. 7. The RC columns are connected in the transverse direction with RC beams. The height of the building to be determined based on the tentative sections provided with the EPC package. Horizontal bracing shall be used at the roof for the structural integrity in lateral direction.1 Technical Specifications for General Store & Workshop Buildings: The dimensions / size The tentative dimensions of the buildings / facilities are shown in the attached floor plans for the buildings.3 Footings & Base Slab • The proposed foundation system is shallow foundation connected using rigid tie-beams. The framing shall be powder coated aluminum 60-120 microns. The structural system of the Workshop Building shall be composed of RC columns supporting steel beams in the longitudinal direction.

and bottom reinforcement mesh. All underground elements to be protected as per GASCO DGS.5. Walls shall be tied to concrete columns and shall be reinforced every fourth layer. washing bays. Floor finish for offices and tea room.4 Superstructure The structural system shall be composed of cast in situ reinforced concrete solid slabs supported on a reinforced concrete skeleton composed of columns and beams. Floor finish for the office shall be 600 x 600 Ceramic tiles (CT2).2 External wall and Elevation: • • • 20mm powder coated aluminum deep reveal. 7. and shall be verified by the contractor by performing soil investigation before construction. Johnson. Emola . corridors etc. ceramic or marble.6. toilets and tea room. 7. Internal partitions walls shall be hollow block work plastered at the both sides. Flexible joint and movement ties shall be provided between the bottom / soffit of the beam / slab and block work.6 7. the open yard.3 Internal Wall Elevation: Internal wall elevations for spaces. Floor finish for toilets and washing bays. Colures shall be selected by the COMPANY from the supplier’s standard color product. 7.5. 50mm rock wool insulation & 100mm internal skin. All block works shall be plastered.• • • • The value of soil bearing capacity used for the design shall be as per clause 5.5.5. The walls below Finished Floor level. 20mm Cement sand plaster & External epoxy paint. shall be covered with high quality Epoxy paint. • General Maintenance Workshop Floor finish for all spaces except the offices.2.5. up to the top of plinth/ tie beams shall be solid block. RAK or equal approved). shall be Smooth Epoxy paint on concrete screed (SEPS). All internal or partitioning walls shall be be 200mm thick Autoclaved Aerated (AAC). Page 47 of 102 . rooms. shall be 300 x 300 Non-Slip Ceramic tiles (CT1). shall be 600 x 600 Ceramic tiles (CT2). Contractor shall provide 5% spare tile for all colours and sizes. shall be Smooth Epoxy paint on concrete screed (SEPS). All footings.5 Walls External walls above Finished Floor level shall be 350mm thick concrete solid block work comprises 200mm external skin. All skirting shall be 100mm wide PVC. External wall elevations shall be covered with: 7. The ground slab shall be 200 mm thickness with top.6.1 Finishes Floor Finish: • General stores Floor finish for all spaces except the office. tie beams and ground slabs be cast against 75 mm blinding concrete cast above 1000 gage polyethylene sheets laid over 500 mm of compacted fill.6. All wet areas shall be covered by 300X300X10mm fully vitrified ceramic tiles up to the false ceiling level (Graniti. 7.5.

7.5.6.4

Ceiling

False Ceiling shall be provided only in the main corridors, and office areas. False ceiling shall be 600 x 600 x nominal 0.7mm thick powder coated plain aluminum ceiling tiles with acoustic pad, on proprietary metal suspension system. Framework shall be GI furring channel system concealed type with rod hangers and galvanized channel. The false ceiling shall have the following properties: • • • • • Flame spread rating of 25 or less Smoke developed zero Noise reduction co-efficient (NRC) designation of 0.70. Ceiling plenum transmission range of 30 STC. Square edge.

The ceiling shall be provided with insulation in order to avoid condensation above false ceiling. Insulation shall be 50mm thick glass wool covered in polythene bags and of density 50Kg/m3.

7.5.6.5

Roof
• Roof shall be minimum 100mm thick, sandwich panel, and corrugated sheet. Contractor shall submit shop drawings, material data sheet, and execution statement, for COMPANY approval prior commencing the work.

7.5.6.6

Doors

The external and internal door framing shall be aluminum. The glazing shall be framed such that single pane area shall not exceed 0.6m2. The double-glazing shall be inner skin laminated glass consisting of two layers of float glass of minimum 3mm each and PVB interlayer of 1.9mm thick.6mm air space minimum 6mm thick tempered float glass outer skin, all glazing shall be tinted to approved color. The outer and inner pane of the unit shall be fixed to the spacers of the air cavity by a polysulphide adhesive compound. The doors shall be provided with panic handle bar, overhead door closer, doorstopper, sand stopper and necessary ironmongery from Yale, Union or equal approved. Door closer and panic bar shall be of heavy duty type. The overall thickness of the door shall be minimum 45mm. All doors shall have fire and smoke seal. The hardware item shall follow the following minimum specifications.

Hardware Item

Min. Size (Millimeters) 38 by 230 250 by 9.5 38 by 76 190 by 32 100 by 25 355 by 114 355 by 100 100 by 255

Thickness (Millimeters) 4.0 2.8 2.8 2.0 2.0 2.8 2.8 2.8

Hinges/Pivots Mortise Locksets Cylindrical Locksets Flush Bolts Foot Bolts Surface-Applied Closers Hold-Open Arms Rim-Panic Devices

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A grip handle shall be also provided.

7.5.6.7

Windows: External Windows:

All external windows shall be double glazed with hinged open panels (as applicable). The glazing shall be 6mm thick normal float glass outer pane, 6mm air space, inner pane of laminated glass consists of two layers of glass minimum thickness 3mm each and a PVB interlayer of 1.9mm. The outer and inner pane of the unit shall be fixed to the spacers of the air cavity by a polysulphide adhesive compound. All glazing shall be tinted to approve color. The framing shall be powder coated aluminum 60-120 microns. The framing shall be such that single panel area shall not exceed 1 m2. Windows are to be designed and fabricated to accommodate anticipated movement without damage and deterioration to glazing, sealant or gasket system with buckling or openings of joints and without glass breakage. Windows are to be factory finished with a highly durable powder coating. The window shall be designed to resist admission of rain, excessive amounts of air, excessive condensation on interior surfaces of panels or within the panels. Framing members shall be extruded aluminum 2mm thick, minimum nominal depth of the frame members shall be 150 mm. Nominal width of the frame member shall be 64mm. Windows for the toilets shall have obscure type glass as the outer pane.

7.5.6.8

Sanitary Wares Please refer to item 7.3.6.9, of the above Sanitary Wares.

7.6

Technical Specifications for Service Block (Substation & Chillers Yard)

7.6.6.1 The dimensions / size
The tentative dimensions of the buildings / facilities are shown in the attached floor plans for the buildings. • • • Substation Building with total built-up Area of 150m2, comprises 2 transformers bay, HV room, LV room, and store. Chillers Yard with total built-up Area of 240m2, comprises Pump room, electric room, open yard with chain link fence. The final adjustments to these dimensions shall be carried out by the contractor based on technical / architectural requirements. The height of the building to be determined based on the tentative sections provided with the EPC tender package; however contractor shall verify all building heights to ensure workability. The heights indicated in the drawings are tentative only. Contractor shall follow design general specifications special requirements, while preparing the engineering package for the same. There are existing structures, in the location of the new building. There are layout drawings available for the same. They shall be demolished and the debris removed to the approved location.

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7.6.6.2 Footings & Base Slab
• The proposed foundation system is shallow foundation connected using rigid tie-beams.

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• • • •

The value of soil bearing capacity used for the design shall be as per clause 5.2, and shall be verified by the contractor by performing soil investigation before construction. The ground slab shall be 200 mm thickness with top, and bottom reinforcement mesh. All footings, tie beams and ground slabs be cast against 75 mm blinding concrete cast above 1000 gage polyethylene sheets laid over 500 mm of compacted fill. All underground elements to be protected as per GASCO DGS.

7.6.6.3 Superstructure
The structural system shall be composed of cast in situ reinforced concrete solid slabs supported on a reinforced concrete skeleton composed of columns and beams.

7.6.6.4 Walls
External walls above Finished Floor level shall be 350mm thick concrete solid block work comprises 200mm external skin, 50mm rock wool insulation & 100mm internal skin. The walls below Finished Floor level, up to the top of plinth/ tie beams shall be solid block. All internal or partitioning walls shall be be 200mm thick Autoclaved Aerated (AAC). Walls shall be tied to concrete columns and shall be reinforced every fourth layer. Flexible joint and movement ties shall be provided between the bottom / soffit of the beam / slab and block work. All block works shall be plastered. Internal partitions walls shall be solid block work plastered at the both sides.

7.6.6.5 Finishes 7.6.6.6 Floor Finish:
Floor finishes for all rooms, shall be 100mm screed, concrete hardener & epoxy paint. Chillers Open yard shall be 50mm gravel, with 400x400x40mm cement tiles, around the chillers for maintenance purposes.

7.6.6.7 External wall and Elevation:
External wall elevations shall be covered with: • • • 20mm powder coated aluminum deep reveal. 20mm Cement sand plaster & External epoxy paint. Colures shall be selected by the COMPANY from the supplier’s standard color product.

7.6.6.8 Internal Wall Elevation:
Internal wall elevations for spaces, rooms, corridors etc. shall be covered with high quality enamel paint. All skirting shall be 100mm wide PVC.

7.6.6.9

Ceiling

All slabs and beams shall be painted with light colour, approved concrete protective coating.

7.6.6.10

Roof
Please refer to Item 7.3.6.5, of the above roof layers & finishing

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The counter top shall be 25 to 30mm thick polished granite. stainless steel /artificial marble cladding (courian top).6. Mahogany.9mm thick. of the above roof layers & finishing.6.12 Doors The external door framing shall be painted galvanized steel. 7. etc… to be approved by COMPANY. Maple. The glazing shall be framed such that single pane area shall not exceed 0. The outer and inner pane of the unit shall be fixed to the spacers of the air cavity by a polysulphide adhesive compound.0 2. The doors shall be provided with panic handle bar.8 2.6.8 Hinges/Pivots Mortise Locksets Cylindrical Locksets Flush Bolts Foot Bolts Surface-Applied Closers Hold-Open Arms Rim-Panic Devices A grip handle shall be also provided. The counter shall be solid wood framed with MDF panelling.6. Hardware Item Min.5 38 by 76 190 by 32 100 by 25 355 by 114 355 by 100 100 by 255 Thickness (Millimeters) 4. The ceiling above the counter shall be formed by wooden panelling bulk head.8 2.8 2.0 2. black or any other colour to the approval of COMPANY.8 2.5mm thick for curved faces and 0. The hardware item shall follow the following minimum specifications.7. The top of the counter shall be black granite. Contractor shall carry out required modification for the false ceiling and electrical works. Veneer lamination shall be minimum 0. All wood panelling and cabinets shall be made of veneer MDF 18mm (minimum) thick. all glazing shall be tinted with approved color. doorstopper. sand stopper and necessary ironmongery from Yale. The double-glazing shall be inner skin laminated glass consisting of two layers of float glass of minimum 3mm each and PVB interlayer of 1. The overall thickness of the door shall be minimum 45mm. The colour and pattern shall be Beech.8mm thick for flat surfaces. Size (Millimeters) 38 by 230 250 by 9.0 2. The spot lights shall be installed in the wooden ceiling panel.6 Technical Specifications for Reception Counter(s): Wooden counter shall be designed by the Interior Design Architect/ reputed Manufacturer and the design submitted by the contractor.6.3. overhead door closer.6mm air space minimum 6mm thick tempered float glass outer skin. 7. for COMPANY approval. Internal partition within the office area shall be glazed partitions. All doors shall have fire and smoke seal. Page 51 of 102 . All framing and timber studding for the counters shall be 45 x 45mm Miranty wood.6m2. Union or equal approved. Door closer and panic bar shall be of heavy duty type.11 • Water proofing for Wet Areas: Please refer to Item 7.6.

Protection barriers for fire hydrants and services. 7. ELECTRICITY SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION Page 52 of 102 . The shed structure shall be constructed of steel structure.6 Miscellaneous Metals Miscellaneous metal include: • • • • • • • Steel ladders (for accessing all roofs where there is no staircase access) Doors & Windows frame supports Supports equipment & lights Miscellaneous steel framing and structural steel support not indicated on the drawings but required for the support of other works by others.e Entry from one side and exit from other side. stop restricted areas etc. Road barriers shall be provided at all required areas protect any services and buildings. The columns shall be located at the one end of the car park and beams shall be cantilevered. car parks. Open car parking area shall be provided in according to the design of hard landscaping. yellow. white and black.Behind the reception counter a water curtain shall be provided with decorative light and Bronze / Glass GASCO logo. i.6 Car Park The scope of works also includes construction of covered car parks as shown in the layout drawing. The flooring for the car parks shall be pre-cast interlocked paving. roads and walkways Car park shall be designed as one way with out reversing.6 Road Signs and Barriers Contractor shall provide necessary road signs to ensure traffic and pedestrian safety. Columns shall not form obstruction to the maneuvering of vehicles. Road signposts and markers. Grating and chequer plate covers. Contractor shall modify all service connection electricity water etc to provide supply to the system. The existing HV Electrical panels and fire alarm panels shall be re-located to the new electrical room 7. 7. 8. I -sections or similar covered with PTFE high tensile membrane. Also the road markings to be carried out to indicate traffic directions. All kerbs shall be painted.

’s to supply two step down transformers.1. The transformer feeder shall have the provision for the inter-trip and interlock with the downstream LV panel incomer. 8. 8.1 General Description of Work The contractor shall be responsible for the install. construction.8 8.1.1. 8. 8.8. “ABB”.1 New substation No 9. located near the auditorium building in phase No III. Auditorium building.1.1.7 8.8 by Via single “11 KV” three core copper cable with cross section of 3C 240mm2 for nearly 400m length. The new LV Main distribution board shall be located at the new substation No. however the EPC bidders shall endorse the rating of the transformers by carrying out a detailed sizing calculation considering the design contingency factors as per the COMPANY DGS/SCR. The QRM transformer feeder shall have a protection relay for transformer protection. The “11 KV” Supply from the existing substation No. each transformer will feed separate LV panel with single incomer and various O/G feeders to feed the miscellaneous project loads. The minimum acceptable sizes for the supply copper cables are 3C185 mm2. The 11 KV power supply cables from the QRM to the transformer shall be part of the project scope.4 Substation No. “Schneider” or approved equivalent.5 For minor case such as the supply to the clinic contractor shall to arrange for a redundant supply source from the nearest appropriate LV supply source that shall be agree with COMPANY during the detailed engineering phase of the project.5 MVA. it will be the EPC contractor sole responsibility to upgrade the transformer rating as appropriate without any cost or schedule impact to COMPANY. The above building foot print is given for guidance only and shall be subject to modification during the detailed engineering phase of the EPC stage without cost or schedule impact to COMPANY. the EPC contractor shall carry out the final cable sizing during the detailed engineering phase of the project subject to COMPANY review and approval.1. testing and commissioning: 8. General stores.5 MVA transformers is adequate to supply the project loads plus 30 % spare capacity.9 should be supplied from substation No. Chiller Yard. The QRM made shall be “Siemens”. 8 shall be connected to QRM consists of two isolator switches and two outgoing CB.9 Page 53 of 102 .1. 8. 8.9 while the project transformers will be outdoor mounted inside dedicated shaded fenced transformer bays. Maintenance workshops.6 Each of the step-down transformers shall have a minimum size of 2.3 The prime supply to the project shall be furnished from one of the two equipped spare feeders at the 11 KV SWG of existing Substation # 8. Clinic building. The transformers shall subsequently feed a LV main distribution board with one incomer. As per the FEED engineer recommendation the size of the 2.2 supply the new accommodation building in phase III as the following : Building designation • • • • • • • Multipurpose hall building.1. and in case of the load analysis and sizing calculation led to a higher transformer rating. Substation.1.

UPS. 8. The LV distribution panel shall be with-drawable type form 4b in compliance with IEC 60439 and COMPANY specifications and standards. . The LV panel shall be SCHNIDER.15 The electrical design shall include: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 11 KV QRM. AREVA.. ABB.1. The Transformers shall be hermitically sealed in compliance with DGS & SCR requirements. The transformer size shall comprise for minimum 30 % spare capacity for future use by others.10 New projects 11/0.12 The alarm and trip signal from the transformer shall be wired to the new LV SWG Incomers with inter-trip signal to the HV SWG the detailed signals shall be subject to COMPANY approval during the detailed engineering phase of the project.16 Summary fault alarm for the LV SWG and each transformer located within the new S/S-9 shall be connected to a new substation annunciation panel. The distribution transformer manufacturer shall be ABB. earthing system. L. SIEMENS or equal approved. The new panel shall have sufficient number of feeders to supply the project loads with 20 % equipped spare outgoing with minimum one spare feeder for each type/rating plus 20 % non-equipped space for future use by others The switchgear room shall have a provision for extension at one side at least. final distribution boards. LV switchboard. BRUSH Transformer Ltd. Lighting. lightning protection.14 Inter-trip signal between the 11 KV SWG supply feeder and the Transformer Incomer at the LV distribution panel shall be furnished by the EPC contractor through LV control cable with minimum size of 12 x 2. fire alarm system.1. sub-main distribution board.13 The project scope shall also include for a main LV distribution panel having one Incomer.433 KV step down distribution transformers shall be used to step down the voltage to the project LV loads/users. cast resin bus duct at the LV side shall be part of the project scope of work. 8.1.V Distribution network. Summary fault alarm from new substation 9 shall be wired and integrated at the existing annunciation panel of S/S 8.V distribution.1. 8. street lighting.1.8. 8. Also the integration of the 11 KV SWG feeder at the existing substation 8 annunciation panel shall be part of the EPC contractor scope of work. telephone and data containment system. power outlets. or equal approved. H. Page 54 of 102 . 8.5 mm sq. external lighting.11 The transformer and its relevant connecting cables at HV side. Transformers. emergency lighting. AREVA.1.1. 8.

commissioning and start-up for new accommodation and associated services at ASAB.1. 8.18 The scope of works also includes all civil works necessary for completion of the related works.1. selection.2 Environmental Data & Site Conditions The environmental conditions shall be as specified in the project scope of work. Electronics.1.8. in concrete trench 54 0C Soil thermal resistively 2.3 Electrical Standards The equipment used in the design shall be specified to comply with latest edition of British Standards (BS) and European standards (IEC).20 The job design specification requirements shall be considered as part of the contract scope and any deviation from it shall be authorized only by a clear deviation and exception list to be offered by the EPC bidder during the tendering stage subject to COMPANY review and approval. 8. All bus bars shall be tinned copper and sleeved. Civil Defence Authority (Abu Dhabi) and the fire officer on ASAB and SHEL DEP specification (Version 23) including but not limited to: BS 196 Electrical Socket – Outlets BS 88 (6) Electrical Fuses – Industrial & Commercial BS 4533 Luminaries BS 7430 British Standard Code of Practice (Earthing) BS 6121 Cable glands BS 6651 British Standard Code of Practice. installation. Internal condensation shall be considered in design of electrical equipment. schematics etc. power telecommunication. testing. 8. Protection Against lightning BS 5655 Lifts and Service Lifts S EN 60034-1:1998 General Requirements for Rotating Electrical Machinery BS 4727 Part 2 Electro-technical.1. defines the minimum requirements for electrical equipment / materials specification design.21 The job contractor shall be responsible for all the interface and coordination work with other contractors of any running project to clear the engineering and/or installation issues after gaining COMPANY approval(s). Atmosphere shall regard as salt.1. 8. supply.m/W (to be confirmed) The air temperature for design of indoor electrical equipment shall be 40 0C if redundant air conditioning system is provided. GASCO DGS and to the requirements of Etisalat. (IEE). 8. The design temperature for the outdoor electrical equipment shall be as follows:• • • • • • • • • Other electrical equipment 54 0C 40 0C Design ambient temperature for electrical cables shall as follows: Underground cable (buried) In air.19 This specification together with layouts. sulfurs & sail furs. 8.17 The required modifications to the existing substation 8 annunciation panel if any shall be part of the contractor scope. Lighting and Colour Item. BS 5725 Emergency Exists Page 55 of 102 .50K.

IEE wiring regulations 16th Ed GEN Plant Telecommunication GEN Instrument Signal Lines GEN Electrical Engineering Guidelines GEN Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) GEN Fire / Gas / Smoke Detection System Power Transformers.10 DEP 33.20. Alternative codes and standards based on codes of country of origin can be offered.71.67.10. All electrical cable shall be Ducab or equal approved.10 DEP 32.37. manufactured according to the code of the country of origin are suitable for the use in the ambient and degree of hazard where they will install. Page 56 of 102 .30. Selection of materials for the electrical system shall be based on sound engineering practices and shall be economically designed for continuous and reliable service.BS 5266-1:1999 BSEN 1838-1999 BS 5839 BS EN 60439-1 BS EN 60598-2 BS 7671 DEP 32. subject to GASCO approval and provided they are equal to or more stringent than the above mentioned codes.10 DEP 33.31 DEP 33. It will be contractor’s responsibility to verify that the equipment and materials.00.10. All cases of conflict shall be immediately brought to GASCO attention for COMPANY review and approval with full right to apply the most stringent requirements without any impact to the project cost or execution schedule.3.64.67. BASSEFA.01.33 DEP 32.51. minimum power losses and mechanical protection of equipment. IEC: International Electro-technical Commission Recommendations IEC 60364 Electrical Installation Guide IEC 60502 PVC Insulated Cable IEC 60076 Application Guide for Power Transformers IEC 6364 Part 1.65. Where applicable materials shall have approval from recognized authority (UL.4. case of maintenance and operation.64.20.11 DEP 33.31 Emergency Lighting Lighting Applications – Emergency Lighting Fire Detection and Alarm Systems for Buildings Low-voltage switchgear and control gear assemblies Luminaries – Part 2 Particular Requirements Regulations for Electrical Installations. PTB or approved equivalent). Low Voltage Switchgear and Control Gear Assembly. High Voltage Switchgear and Control Gear Assembly.31 DEP 33. & 5 Electrical Installation of Buildings IEC 60529 Degrees of protection provided by enclosures IEC 60287 Electric cables – Calculations of current rating IEC 60228 Conductors of insulated cables IEC 60269 Low Voltage fuses IEC 60304 Standard colours for insulation for low frequency cable access IEC 60439 Low voltage switchgears and control gear assemblies IEC 61416 TR Testing under condition of arcing due to internal fault (LVSWG) IEC 60947 Low voltage switchgears and control gears IEC62271 High voltage switchgear and control gears In no way does this specification supersede the relevant code except when the requirements herein are more stringent.40. personnel and equipment safety.

specification. “3. Any additional information. shall be prepared by EPC 8. EPC contractor is responsible to develop the electrical specifications given here to the detailed engineering stage incorporating all applicable data.3 KV” voltage level might be introduced in case of using DOL motors rated above 132 Kw up to 750 KW. calculation notes.1 Electrical System Design And Characteristics Utilization A summary of utilization voltage for various services is as follows: Service Main power feeders LV Distribution Lighting and small power circuits Anti condensation heater Contractor Control (LV Control) Air Conditioning Units (subject to detailed engineering) Voltage DC Phase AC 11000V 415V 240V 240V 240V 240/415 3Ph 3Ph 1Ph 1Ph + N 1Ph + N 1Ph + N/ 3Ph Frequency 50Hz 50Hz 50Hz 50Hz 50 Hz 50 Hz The system voltage and frequency will not vary more than Voltage : Frequency : Transient limits Voltage : Frequency : ±10% ±5% +10% & -20% ±5% The above voltage and frequency variations shall not affect the equipment operation. switches etc. distribution panel schedules. shall have degree of protection not less than IP41 for indoor use and IP55 for outdoor use.4.4 Electrical Engineering Works Engineering works shall include the following. Electrical Degree of Protection The electrical equipments including switchboards lighting materials.All dimensions shall be expressed in metric units. sockets.4. 8.2 Allowable Voltage Drop Allowable voltage drop shall be 4% from source of origin (transformer LV side) to the last points. drawings. data.4.4 8.4. 8. etc. etc.3 - Page 57 of 102 . 8. not included in the bid document and which are necessary to complete the project such as detailed layout drawings.

2. lightning and earthing layouts 11. etc. Specifications and data sheets 7. Procurement of all the required electrical equipment and material to complete the project and delivery to site is in EPC contractor scope. 8. 4. 9.1. 14. earthing.Contractor as part of this scope. 3. UPS if applicable.5. Equipment layout arrangement for electrical room 10. indoor and outdoor lightning etc.5 Electrical Power 8.) for GASCO approval. Documents and drawings index Basis of Design Legend and Symbols Earthing and lightning design Single line diagrams (overall 11 KV. to be carried out by the job contractor under supervision of the original switchgear manufacturer till the start up and energizing of the new project QRM.1 11 KV. earthing materials. 415V & distribution boards for lighting and small power.. EPC contractor shall supply samples from all electrical materials (fixtures. Power Supply Arrangement form the existing 11 KV SWG inside Phase-I substation (S/S-8): Commissioning and functional test (if required) of the spare 11 KV transformer supply feeder at the existing 11 KV SWG of Phase-I. Material and purchase requisitions for equipment and materials 8. Vendor drawings and data 16. equipment. Material take-off 15.1 Power supply arrangement 8. Schematic. etc. conduits. unit sizing. cables. Vendors quality plans 17. cable sizing. Any other drawings / document required for completion of project. COMPANY reserves the right to reject any installed material / equipment which does not have prior GASCO approval. Cables. Page 58 of 102 . Equipment sizing calculations including switchboard sizing. UPS sizing. Following are the minimum detailed deliverables: 1. logic and interconnection diagrams 12.) 6. transformer and Main LV Panel (s). wiring. Vendor data books 19. EPC contractor is responsible to review / verify all the site data and bid scope of works documents prior execution of detailed design.. cables. panels.5. Installation details 13.etc. Schedules for loads. 5. JBs. Inspection and test procedures 18.

The distribution transformer.. and in case of any additional cable trays and cable transient/ducts at the existing S/S-8 and adjacent transformer bays it shall be carried out by the job contractor as part of his scope of work.- Supply / Lay / Terminate of HV power supply cables. mm. The HV cable shall be XLPE insulated type (XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC) with voltage grade as per IEC 60502-2 with Red. The transformer shall be provided with oil over temperature. The cable route from S/S-8 till the new substation No. The earth fault (REF and Backup earth fault) detecting current transformer shall have a primary current rating equal to the transformer rated current and a secondary of 1 ampere.415 transformers with minimum size of 3C x 300 Sq. Hermetically sealed change-over contacts for low oil level alarm/trip shall be incorporated into the oil level indicator. Transformers shall be equipped with the following protective devices: • • • • • • Hermetically sealed change-over contacts for high temperature alarm and maximum temperature trip shall be incorporated into the dial type thermometer.5. oil immersed insulation in full compliance with IEC-600106 . SHELL DEP and DGS/SCR requirements and shall be rated to supply the project loads and minimum 30 % additional spare capacity in order to supply future loads by others. The Exact length and HV cable route verification shall be part of the EPC contractor scope of work during the detailed engineering phase of the project.etc. Oil level gauge with auxiliary alarm signal. annunciation panels. ONAN type. Delta/Star DYN11. - - 8.9 shall be installed outdoor at fire wall segregated bays. coloured outer sheath suitable for underground application as per GASCO DGS& SCR to supply the new project power 11 KV/0. The Backup earth fault CT shall have class 5P20 while the REF shall be class X. The transformer area shall be controlled with fence and lockable doors for limitation of access and roof shed for protection against sun direct exposure. - - - - Supplier shall provide protection current transformers in a neutral box at the LV side with mechanical degree of protection IP55 to be wired to the marshalling box. 11/0. 9 shall be verified by the EPC contractor. low level and over pressure protection device.’s.9 installed equipment and the existing Equipment (SWG. All the interface signals/protection cable between the new sub station No.) at S/S-8 and/or any of the electric rooms at different building shall be part of EPC contractor scope of work. New two step down power transformers rated. The transformers in new sub station No. All the gauges and transformer accessories shall be MR made or approved equivalent subject to COMPANY review and approval.433 KV. from the existing feeder to the new project transformer.2 LV Power Distribution Page 59 of 102 .1. Winding temperature CT’s. secondary side neutral shall be solidly earthed to the existing deep earthing wells.

The Power shall be distributed throughout the New Accommodation Blocks utilizing XLPE/GSWA/PVC Copper Cables. small power & external lighting etc.- A new Main LV distribution board “MDB” to be fed from the new power transformer shall be Designed / supplied / Installed and commissioned by the EPC.) will be provided through the Sub Distribution Board. Bus duct shall be used from the transformer secondary side to supply the new LV MDB. The main LV distribution borad shall withdrawable type with form 4b execution and shall comply with COMPANY DGS-1630-23 and SCR. Check Synch Rely for incomers and tie. as well as the latest edition of IEC60439 and IEC61641. Areva or equal approved. Back up earth fault and REF protection through the transformer neutral CT. All the Indoor distribution board shall have IP 41. Tow out of three scheme shall be applied using Incomer and bus PT for check synch All the feeders with ACB shall have a provision of electrical operation using motorized operation mechanism. ABB. The switchgear shall comprise for a provision and room space for future cables to be added by other to fully utilize the equipped and non-equipped spare feeders. Siemens. Dedicated switchboard shall be provided to supply all the HVAC loads including A/C units.9 to supply the entire project loads. All power requirements (lighting. The New Accommodation Blocks shall be provided with 415V. Power cable within the building shall be LS0H (Low smoke & zero halogen) type. The MDB shall be located at the new sub station No. All distribution panels shall be Schneider. 50Hz Electrical Distribution Board (Service panel) wall mounted type with 25% spare capacity located within the Electrical rooms. minimum degree of mechanical protection. The Main LV distribution board Incomers protection relay shall include the following functions as a minimum: • • • • • Adjustable time and current protection relay for both thermal and magnetic over current protection. - - - - The LV power distribution system shall be TN-S. More and above 20 % non-equipped space shall be provided at the MDB to be equipped by others as needed. The LV MDB shall have sufficient outgoing feeders to supply different project SMDB for power and HVAC plus additional 20% equipped spare with minimum one spare feeder from each type / rating for future use by others. extract fans…etc. All outdoor electrical equipments shall be rated - - - Page 60 of 102 .

Final sub-circuits shall be protected by MCB with RCD of 30mA sensitivity for small power circuits and 100m/a sensitivity for street lighting circuits. shall be taken off the (DB). The trenchers shall be provided with concrete cable tiles.6 Lighting The scope of work includes the internal and external lighting. of twin sockets.3 Final Distribution Final sub-circuits to general service 13A switched socket outlets. key box and rubber gloves must be provided in the electrical room.5. etc.1. Route marker must be labelled. emergency lights and illuminated exit signs for the New Accommodation blocks. In case of the desired earthing resistance of 1 ohms could not be achieved using earth pits. New earth pits shall be provided for phase III to achieve standalone earthing resistance value of less than 1 Ohm. 8.65” shall be applied. Branch circuit load shall not exceed 100% of the circuit name plate rating. Safety gears. maintained values. The scope of work also includes the construction of required concrete cable trench covered with chequer plates. The lighting design shall be based on the intensities indicated below.continuously for ambient temperature of 54 0C and humidity of 95%. Weather proof sockets IP 55 and switches IP 55 to be used in outdoor locations. FCU. an additional deep earth well shall be furnished by the job contractor. - - - - 8. - 400C shall All cables to be routed on cable trays with proper identification as per SHELL DEP Specifications. In addition the new accommodation block earthing network. Excavation of cable trench marking and backfilling shall be done as per GASCO requirements / drawings as SHELL DEP Specifications. Electrical fittings inside the bath rooms shall be water proof type. while high voltage cable trench shall be 1300mm deep. the deep earth well shall reach 3 meter below the lowest seasonal water table. Page 61 of 102 Intensities are . All the socket outlets shall be with neon indicator. warning tape and route marker. Low voltage cable trench shall be 1000mm deep minimum. A maintenance factor “0. lighting. Final circuits shall wired using LS0H (Low Smoke & Zero Halogen) insulated copper stranded conductors. shall be connected through two parallel earthing cable runs to the nearest existing network. all rooms shall be provided with 4 Nos. Dedicated transformer neutral earth pit shall be furnished by the EPC contractor. The new earthing grid of phase III shall be connected to the nearest existing network grid(s) at two different connection point. while be considered for indoor equipment within Air-conditioned rooms.

light fittings and other related works shall be in accordance with GASCO approval. 8. Emergency fixtures shall be provided at every 8m intervals at corridors and all exits. service rooms and external areas.The values are average vertical component intensities over the location on a horizontal plan at elevation of 1 meter from floor. All streets shall be illuminated by street lighting and all walkways shall be illuminated by pedestal lighting. New external lighting of the parking. Lighting shall be 600 x 600mm recessed mounted type. Street Light poles shall be double arm type with arm brackets of 1. Lighting shall be provided in the rooms. Lighting intensities shall be as follows: General Buildings & Area Location Parking Reception Areas Hallways & Stairs ways Toilets General (Halls) Auditorium Multipurpose hall General store LUX 20 200-300 200 100 100 400-500 400-500 200-250 Elevation Floor 0.The emergency exit signs to be pictorial type. Emergency lighting usage shall provide illumination for a minimum of 3 hours. landscaped area and pavement areas shall be incorporated using 6m high columns and low level bollards. Fuse box internal wiring. Page 62 of 102 .7 Emergency and Exit lighting Emergency lighting shall be of the self-contained type with integral battery and charger and will be provided with 240 Volts main lamps to provide continuous illumination. Any circuit that serve both indoors and outdoor (entrance of the building) lighting fixture shall have a separate switch for the outdoors portion of the circuit where applicable. corridors.8m reach. All external lighting shall be of IP 65 minimum. All outdoor lighting shall be photocell controlled. Power shall be fed from one or more of the DBs provided in the new buildings. Lighting branch circuits shall be switched locally at entrance doors or dimmer system depends of the area.90m Floor Floor Floor Floor Floor Floor Lighting load shall be balanced (±10%) across the three (3) phases. and pedestal lights to provide adequate illumination and shall be controlled by Photocell. 400 x 400 x 20mm thick base plate. A vapour proof light provided outside all exits. Decorative pedestal shall be considered for landscaping. The number of street lighting and pedestal lighting shall be designed by the contractor during detailed engineering phase. roads. Luminaries of IP 41 shall be equipped with long life energy saving fluorescent 4 x 20W or 40W lamps / tubes. Contractor shall lay required cables for the connection.

accessories.8 Lightning Protection Lightning protection shall be designed and installed for all new facilities in accordance with BSEN 62305 and Shell DEP 33. etc.10. Emergency lights shall be provided above all DBS and panels. The Transformers LV side Neutral. charger and inverter and shall be provided with 240 Volt main lamp for continuous illumination. 8.Exit signs shall be of the self-contained type with integral batter.64. 8. wiring. ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS ELECTRICAL .10 UPS Supply No external AC/DC UPS supply system . Control and Earthing Cables Lighting and Small Power Distribution Boards Field Commissioning of Electrical Installation and Equipment Electrical Design Guide Lines Page 63 of 102 .GASCO DGS 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 DGS 1630 021 & SCR DGS 1630 022 & SCR DGS 1630 023 & SCR DGS 1630 024 & SCR DGS 1630 0210 & SCR DGS 1630 025 & SCR DGS 1630 026 & SCR DGS 1630 029 & SCR DGS 1630 033 & SCR DGS 1630 035 & SCR DGS 1630 03 & SCR Power Transformers High Voltage Switchgear and Control Gear Low Voltage Switchgear and Control Gear Low Voltage Bus Bar Trunking Electric Motors Cage Induction and Synchronous Static DC UPS System Static AC UPS System Power. Exit lights shall be provided for electrical rooms. Otherwise a centralized UPS shall be provided to supply the critical as applicable with the autonomy time listed at DGS-1630-003 and its SCR. The exit signs shall have minimum 3 hours autonomy. The earthing network shall include but not limited to the copper rods. The new ring to be connected to the nearest existing earthing network and deep earth wells.Gen. the same equipment shall include for its own Battery charger and sealed batteries within the relevant system control panel to suite the required autonomy time as applicable. for link-up with transformer and D/Bs installed in the new facilities.self supply system for any equipment that need for UPS supply.9 Earthing Earthing ring shall be provided for the new facilities and shall be connected to suitable number of earth pits/ deep earthing wells to achieve earthing resistance not more than one ohm. shall be directly connected to the nearest existing deep earth well. Exit signs shall be fitted with legends in Arabic and English. 8.10.

The new MDF which will be located in the new Auditorium building in phase III to be connected by suitable cables. The existing Cisco core Switches should be interfaced with the new data systems provided for phase III project. International Standards SHELL DEP’s British Standards Institution (BSI) IEC – International Electro-Technical Commission (Europe) IP – Institute of Petroleum (Great Britain) Notes for Temporary Construction Facilities: 1 For the power supply to the project contractor temporary construction facilities. Contractor shall thoroughly review suppliers' documents to ensure compliance to project documents/ drawings. There is also a project requirement to implement Public Address (PA) & Entertainment System. 2 The contractor shall consider a new street lighting and area lighting around the location of construction. Contractor should submit coordination layout of ducts. Page 64 of 102 . GASCO will provide electrical power supply up to One hundred and twenty (120) KW for the Contractor’s laydown area and office free of charge. for the connection to Owner specified source substation.1 TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS General requirements The telecommunication systems are including the Telephone network. manholes. Any modification for DB located at the existing supply substation shall be carried out by the contractor. Structured Cabling network & Data network. and boxes with final arrangement of other utilities. The MDF in the main telecom room phase III should be connected to the IDFs for all building phase III by suitable cables. The scope of work for the above telecommunication systems includes the detailed design and purchase of all equipment and materials and their subsequent installation and commissioning. and cable TV. etc. Contractor shall be responsible to expand the existing core switches or add all necessary hardware to cater for the new expansions to form one single data network. The Contractor shall be responsible for the supply and installation of all required materials such as DB. ducts-bank entrances into 60x60x80 cm manholes for the uPVC ducts ELV contentment emended in concrete underground cable networking. 9. Contractor shall be responsible for coordination with other servicing for the elevations of ducts. cables. and shall submit only the marked-up copy of supplier documents. The telecom TIE-IN should be from the new PABX existing in telecom room at accommodation building phase I.12 13 B 01 02 03 04 DGS 1630 013 & SCR DGS 1630 30 & SCR Specification for Electrical Items on Packaged Equipment Specification for substation alarm annunciation panel. Manholes should be provided by the contractor nearby the existing PABX location (block A) to maintain easy access to the cables passing to existing and phase III network. The existing street lights and pedestal lights shall be disposed as advised by owner 9.

installation and termination of external cables Contractor shall be fully responsible to supply. Manholes of the type and size as indicated in the drawings. programming and testing. telephone (digital and analogue) sets. Cisco data switch type is recommended or any type as per vender list. Contractor shall be responsible to preparation of cable trenches. CW 1128 and CW 1198. configure commission. long radius bends. jelly-filled. Contractor shall obtain approval/ qualification for the sub contractors during the detailed engineering stage.9 mm diameter copper conductor). otherwise 0. Laying. and submit for COMPANY’s approval the recommended specialized Telecom and IT sub contractor to carry out all telecom related work which includes Telephone network. structured cabling. Page 65 of 102 . discuss. Public Address system. couplers. test and integrate all necessary equipment. The new PABX in the main telecom room of phase I have enough space for the contractor to add two cards 100 pair for each for phase III. galvanized steel wire armoured. size of the cable shall be calculated based on the requirements and 30% spare capacity The Scope of works includes but not limited to the following: a. trays and ducts etc.Contractor shall provide Telecom cabinet 19'' size to accommodate all telecom connections. system configuration. back filling and Manholes for external inter building cable routing and. b. install. the Structured Cabling network & Data network. It is the vendor’s responsibility to enforce all contractor purchase order and specification requirements on the subcontractors. The vendor shall obtain and transmit all subcontractor warranties to the COMPANY as part of an overall system warranty. The Contractor/vendor shall assume unit responsibility and overall guarantee for all system hardware and software services provided. IDFs. The vendor shall submit all relevant subcontractor drawings and engineering data to the contractor. etc. each pair individually twisted with 0.2 Telephone System The telephone system for the new buildings phase III required multicore copper or fibre optic cables connected to the PABX in the main telecom room Auditorium building Phase-III to serve all new Facilities Phase-III. MDFs. 9. draw wire.6mm diameter copper conductor (if the distance is less than 500m. The Contractor shall design. install and commission all required outdoor cables. The term services include all control system hardware design. All subcontracted services and hardware shall be approved in writing by the COMPANY. confirming to the British Telecommunication Specification No. Contractor shall evaluate. polyethylene sheeted. The vendor is responsible for transmitting all relevant contractor purchase order documents including COMPANY contents as attachments to the vendor's subcontractors. A new underground uPVC duct bank system including uPVC D54 ducts and all related accessories. fabrication. Cable TV system. The cable multicore cables pairs. provide. as per ETISALAT requirements and to COMPANY approval. and assembly.

Soft sand without any stones and sharp objects is to be spread at the bottom. 9. similar to LEGRAND (CAT No 386 28) has to be supplied and installed. Plastic warning tape.8 meter. The contractor Scope of works multicore copper or optical cables connected to the PABX in the Accommodation Facilities Phase-I to new MDF which located in the new Auditorium building in phase III. The termination inside the telecom building and the respective buildings covered under this scope are included in the scope of work. with 50% spare positions for future expansion. “CAUTION”. All the cable pairs from the IDF and the telephone sockets are to be terminated on “KRONE” IDC. marked continuously. The distribution frame vertical.c. cables are to be laid side by side and soft sand is to be covered over the cable for a depth of 100mm. for a depth of 100mm. The terminal blocks to be installed in the accommodation block must be without over-voltage protection magazines. Then cable tiles are to be laid with a minimum overlap of 30mm and the trench is to be refilled and rammed. as the one existing inside the telecom building is to be fabricated and installed in the telecom room. “TELEPHONE BELOW”. One terminal block to be installed in the telecom room must be with over voltage protection magazines. Contractor shall supply the following telephone instruments: Digital Telephone I series 16 buttons :134 Nos 169 Analogue Telephone set with Clip Contractor’s responsibilities shall include but not limited to the following works. All telecom rooms located at the following buildings in phase III should be connected by multicore cables specified with spare 25% as the following: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Multipurpose sport hall building IDT-M 48 pair (required 38) Auditorium building IDT-A 48 pair( required 40) General store IDT-G 24 pair( required 14) Maintenance workshop IDT-W 48 pair( required 27) Service block building IDT-SE 12 PAIR(required 5) CLINIC building IDT-C 12 PAIR (required 8) All fiber and STP cables (Data& Voice) shall be terminated in the patch panels mounted in the same Data cabinet. below the surface. and ISO/IEC 11801 Edition 2. The system shall meet and exceed the performance characteristics of Cat 7A /Class Ea structured cabling system as defined in the relevant standards including ANSI/TIA/EIA568B-2-AD10.3 Laying the underground cables (IF applicable) The depth of the trench is to be 0.Ea base structured cabling system shall be provided in all the building blocks Each telephone socket in each location shall have one spare cable.1 regarding to the Structured Cabling system for Voice and Data Services Cat 7A / Cat. An indoor type junction box with LID of appropriate size. The terminal blocks required 20 magazines. Page 66 of 102 :250 Nos . is to be laid at a depth of 300mm.

embedded in concrete.4 Structured Cabling System & Data network The structured cabling system expansion shall consist of a network having an optical fiber backbone distributed from the existing telecom room at accommodation building phase I to the main telecom room Auditorium building Phase-III and form the main telecom room Auditorium building Phase-III to the telecom room for all buildings in phase III as follows: • 24 core single mode fiber from multipurpose hall to telecom room in Phase-III (48 Nos) • 24 core single mode fiber from auditorium to telecom room in Phase-III (48 Nos) • 24 Core single mode fibre from General store to telecom room in phase-III (24nos) • 24 Core single mode fibre from maintenance workshop to telecom room phase III (48 Nos) • 12 Core single mode fibre from service block and chillers yard to telecom room phaseII (12 Nos) • 24 Core single mode fibre from maintenance workshop to telecom room phase III (48 Nos) • 12 Core single mode fibre from clinic to telecom room phase III (12 Nos) All fiber and STP cables (Data& Voice) shall be terminated in the patch panels mounted in the same Data cabinet. install. are to be installed on the route. Where the telephone cable crosses the electric cable carrying less than 650V. The design shall include LAN switches (Cisco Make) suitable to provide 1 Gigabytes to all buildings for distribution to the internal work locations. width = 240mm and thickness = 12mm with continuous marking “CAUTION”. At the place of the crossing. Concrete route markers. a concrete slab of minimum 5mm thickness must be placed between the cables. If the specified separation with the electric cable cannot be maintained. the telephone cable must be taken under the electric cable maintaining specified separation. “TEL CABLE”. every 50 meters and at turnings. The road crossings must be through PVC ducts. test and integrate all necessary equipment to the existing system and bring the old and new system to a single integrated system. Contractor shall provide the necessary interfaces and reconfigure the existing core switch in the new Asab Page 67 of 102 . impact resistant.Where the telephone cable crosses the electric cable carrying more than 650V. the depth of the telephone cable must not be less than 1000mm. “TELEPHONE CABLE BELOW”. marked. a minimum separation of 1000mm must be maintained and if this not possible. The specifications of the cable tiles are mentioned below. configure commission. Contractor shall be fully responsible to supply. Cables tiles are to be of rigid polyethylene. length = 1000mm. 9. a minimum separation of 50mm must be maintained. The telephone cable laid in parallel with electric cable must be only to a minimum distance as far as possible and a minimum separation of 1000mm must be maintained.

Accommodation Facilities Phase-1. All LAN switches shall form star topology centralized new Facilities Phase-III and be linked via single mode optical fiber and Two 10 gigabit uplink modules. All switches shall be POE and latest available models upon the review of the FDS. All LAN switches shall be housed in the CONTRACTOR-supplied structured cabling 42 U, 19-Inch 800X800 rack cabinets. CONTRACTOR shall provide adequate space and facilities in the cabinets to accommodate the switches with an allowance for 30 % future spare. The Structured Cabling System inside all buildings shall conform to EIA/TIA 568B/569 Category 7 or better. The system shall be capable of supporting 1 Gigabits Ethernet to the desktop in all rooms served by Layer 2 switches connected to the optical fiber backbone. 2 Nos of Dual type structured cabling point made of 2 (Two) RJ45 Cat.7 or better sockets (2 voice, 2 data) and a twin power socket shall be provided. Contractor shall provide all sockets, cables, structured system cabinets with optical patch panel, LAN Switch, Data Patch Panel, Voice Patch Panel and Data Active components. Structured cabling and Data network system in new Facilities Phase-III shall have Stand alone UPS in each active component cabinet to serve the need for all installed switches and or other devises within the cabinet for half an hour in case of power losses. The size of the UPS shall be determines during engineering based on actual power requirement plus 30% future load. The design and commission of the data network and wireless shall be performed by a certified CISCO Engineer/Designer.

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Wireless Data Network Each building shall has wireless network connection and to be furnished with access points to provide wireless connection enabling Guests and staff to surf the Internet through mobile laptops, communicators, etc. The design basis, number of access points, and interfaces to the existing Asab LAN shall be prepared by the contractor/Supplier and submitted for ’s approval. Contractor’s scope of work shall include but not limited to the detailed design, procurement, installation, configuration to the new/existing interfaces, and commissioning of the overall system to provide the desired functionality. The system shall comply with the following technical requirements: • Network Standards: Dual support of 802.11n, 802.11a and 802.11g Radios; 802.11g being backward compatible with 802.11b. • Frequency: 2.4GHz-5GHz • Data Rates Supported: • 802.11a: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps • 802.11g: 1, 2, 5.5, 6, 9, 11, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps • Uplink: Autosensing 802.3 10/100BASE-T Ethernet • Powering Options: • Local power • 802.3 AF switches Page 68 of 102

• Environmental Conditions: • Non-operating (storage) temperature: -40 to 185°F (-40 to 85°C) • Operating temperature: -4 to 131°F (-20 to 55°C) • Operating humidity: 10 to 90 percent (non-condensing) • Security: The following authentication and encryption standards should be supported. Authentication: Security Standards WPA WPA2 (802.11i) Cisco TKIP Cisco message integrity check (MIC) IEEE 802.11 WEP keys of 40 bits and 128 bits 802.1X EAP types: EAP-Flexible Authentication via Secure Tunneling (EAP-FAST) Protected EAP-Generic Token Card (PEAP-GTC) PEAP-Microsoft Challenge Authentication Protocol Version 2 (PEAP-MSCHAP) EAP-Transport Layer Security (EAP-TLS) EAP-Tunneled TLS (EAP-TTLS) EAP-Subscriber Identity Module (EAP-SIM) Cisco LEAP Encryption: AES-CCMP encryption (WPA2) TKIP (WPA) Cisco TKIP WPA TKIP IEEE 802.11 WEP keys of 40 bits and 128 bits The access point should be able to support rugged environments and installations that require antenna versatility. It is preferable if the access point incorporates antenna connectors for extended range or coverage versatility and more flexible installation options. The metal housing and industrial-grade components of the access points should provide the ruggedness and extended operating temperature range required in factories, warehouses, "big box" retail environments, and similar facilities. High transmit power, receive sensitivity, and delay spread for both 2.4-GHz and 5-GHz radios provide the long range and large coverage area consistent with these applications. 5-GHz radios are used as wireless bridges between access points for backhaul to the network. Access points may be placed above ceilings or suspended ceilings, allowing antennas to be discreetly placed below drop ceilings. The antenna is optional as the access point could have an integrated antenna, and the need for one depends on the local RF environment. Such antennas are connected to the radio access point in order to amplify the emitted signal when needed, and to amplify the received Page 69 of 102

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signal when the level is too low. Therefore contractor is required to perform thorough site survey and study the existing environment to provide the most techno-economical solution. CABLE TV The Scope of works includes but not limited to the following: a) b) The contractor shall connect new cables from the tapping point for SMATV system in ARC building in phase II The scope of work shall cover request for the contractor to replace the splitter located in the AGD-II Double story building in phase II with a new one in order to accommodate the new requirements of for the SMATV of phase-III. Contractor shall produce method statements, which detail how the existing facility will be amalgamated with the telecommunication systems of the new facility. These method statements shall include details of how the interfaces between the facilities will be managed and implemented. All related marked up drawings of the existing facilities clearly highlighting the modifications/tie-ins shall be attached with the method statements. Method statements shall be submitted for COMPANY review and approval prior to implementation. However, if there is a safety concern implementing a hot cut-over, then contractor shall study such specific items and make proposals to COMPANY in a report addressing the concerns/safety issues involved together with an alternative plan/strategy to implement the tie-in and replacement with a minimum shut down duration. COMPANY will review any such safety concerns and may agree for additional partial shutdown solely at COMPANY’s discretion All The building in phase III shall have a TV socket connected back to the 75 channels Satellite Master Antenna Television (SMATV). Contractor shall design and obtain ’s approval for the routing and connection of the cable TV network. Conform to a minimum 42 dB signal / noise ratio for all stipulated programs except by agreement, where received signals will not allow these conditions. Adequate signal levels (not less than 70dbuv) to provide the specified signal/noise ratio or an agreed satisfactory subjective result 22dB isolation is required between any two outlets within premises and a minimum of 50dB isolation between adjacent outlets. Clean signal free from reflections and co-channel interference effects. The system shall ensure that short or open circuits at any outlet will not affect signals at other outlets. TV/FM Sockets: The sockets shall be used as a terminal socket. The sockets must have protection against stray high voltage/current to protect the customer TV/FM receiver and separate conduit/wire shall be provided from a splitter/tap off for each socket outlet. Sockets shall have male/female double outlet in rigid metallic structure with plastic cover plate Cable: Low loss 75 Ohm coaxial cable suitable for Sat/TV distribution to be used for subdistribution circuits, the cable shall be double screened with the following minimum shielding rates: 470 – 1000 MHz > 75 dB and 1000-2050 MHz > 65 dB. Typical loss for the co axial cable shall be as follows, based on 100 meters at 1750 MHz for trunk feeders 18dB/100mt.For internal room wiring 28 dB/ 100 meters.

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Asab phase III Public Address (PA) system shall be designed to cater for the requirement of the project and considering the followings: • ASAB Phase III telecom contractor shall be responsible to design. commission. ghost images. A functional test should be carried out to check that the system operates satisfactorily. Readings on each of the channels designated to be received must be within specified limits. The scope of work shall include the following: Detailed design. SMATV System Acceptance Test: Signal Level: Use a field strength meter to measure signal levels at MATV outlets. All signals from Phase I shall be integrated/ transmitted to Phase-III. Page 71 of 102 . n) o) All splitters and tap off boxes used within the system for distributing the signal All splitters and tap off boxes used within the system for distributing the signal to the outlet sockets shall have a minimum frequency range of 10-2150 MHz. No evidence of cross channel inter modulation. Testing and Commissioning: Commissioning of the system shall fully comply with the requirements of these specifications. supply. cable tray. Public broadcasting. The system shall be tested and commissioned in accordance to testing and commissioning procedure approved by CONSULTANT. Difference between the signal levels at all the subscribers’ outlets should not exceed 12 dBuv under any circumstances. and commissioning of the microprocessor based Public Address and Entertainment system including but not limited controller. All necessary trunking. And PA Audio Source. pull boxes. cable rack. Install. PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM New state of the art user friendly Public Address and Entertainment system shall be supplied to Phase-III Project. All related works and materials shall be considered by the contractor. p) q) r) Note: The SMATV system to support the Phase-III project is to be designed and installed as an expansion to the system installed under the Phase-I Project. installation. However the final forms shall be arranged to contain any additional information required by the above standards or requested by. The minimum mutual attenuation between the branched outputs shall be 25 dB. Visual and performance test shall be carried out on the system and all test results shall be recorded on the testing forms. The general standard of workmanship shall be checked.m) Splitters and Tap offs Boxes: Splitters and Tap offs boxes used within the system shall ensure approximately even signal levels. installed and prepared by the Buildings Contractor and will be available in advance for the ready installation of the PA cables. and test a complete Public Address system. 11. or beat interference should appear. Power amplifiers. conduit. neatness and quality of cable terminations. paying particular attention to the security of fixing. access boxes and other cableway facilities will be supplied. • • • • Supply and installation of loudspeakers and associated junction boxes in all new buildings. Supply and installation of PA marshalling and junction boxes in buildings. Supply and installation of PA access control stations in various buildings Supply and installation of all new indoor/outdoor speakers cabling. Supply.

laying and testing within the Phase III area. The cables shall be secured in the junction box by means of a compression cable gland. and channel selector switch. All glands and metallic junction boxes and are to be of stainless steel.5mm2. all required amplifiers. Contractor shall carryout all trunking and internal cabling inside phase III. • • • • 11. Phase III telecom contractor shall be responsible design. supply.1 11. single pair copper conductor. The audible alarms shall be automatically muted or attenuated when emergency announcements are being made. back-filling works.• PA system Central equipment unit in main recreation centre shall be modified to provide control and voice coverage to Phase III. It shall also be possible to make simultaneous broadcasts to up to sixteen (16) different zones from different access control stations. external (outdoor) cables. volume control. Alarm tone signals as generated within each distributed node equipment will be controlled from the master node. Marshalling cabinets shall be located indoors. TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS The Public Address speakers shall be connected via multi-core cable carrying audio. internal cables speakers. Pre-announcement chimes shall be used and may be selected and changed to indicate different announcements between routine or emergency messages. The system loudspeakers shall have remote tapping control and line monitoring facilities. cable supply. the PA Slave unit. The cables shall be run in trunking or conduit or along cable rack/tray in accordance with the detailed building design standards. To assist with the maintenance of the system. control and alarm signals to new P/A system. If an LTU is not provided then a local junction box shall be provided and located adjacent to the speaker.2 PA AND ALARM INTELLIGIBILITY The term intelligible shall mean that the speech messages are distinctly heard and clearly understood. Cables to speakers in work areas shall terminate in a line termination unit (LTU) attached to the speaker. Each channel selector switch shall allow for at least four channels. a means of fault diagnosis shall be provided. The vendor shall conduct an audio coverage study considering the Page 72 of 102 . All speaker loops shall be wired using 1. excavations. It shall be possible to make simultaneous broadcasts to any one zone or any group of zones or to all zones by selection at the access control stations. The PA system coverage shall be segregated into zones in accordance with the End users requirements. Phase III shall have a slave satellite unit allows receiving general broadcasting from the master unit and provide local broadcasting / Music Phase III telecom contractor shall carryout all trenching.

4 LOUDSPEAKERS The proposed locations and numbers of all loudspeakers shall be finalised and approved the detailed design phase of the project. The validity of the design shall be assessed during commissioning and necessary modifications and additions shall be implemented to achieve the system functional requirements. The loudspeakers shall be capable of individual remote speaker tap setting from an addressing maintenance PC or have the means of self adjusting by means of in-built noise sensing intelligence which shall alter the tapping to suit prevailing acoustic conditions.site expected ambient noise in the various areas. 11. Even in areas of high ambient noise (greater than 85dB(A)). Internal in large volume work areas.3 PA ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM & AUDIO SOURCE The Entertainment system shall include but not limited to the following requirements: CD player with COM Port Ideal for voice announcement and background music Plays CD and MP3 encoded discs Convenient direct track selection Play. so that failure of one amplifier or cable branch will not result in complete loss of coverage. the coverage shall be provided equally by speakers fed from each set of amplifier equipment. Contractor shall submit the coverage study and the detailed system design for COMPANY approval. • Type . the speech messages shall be intelligible during periods where the main noise source exists. The sound coverage study shall be the basis for the detailed system design and calculating the number of the required loudspeakers. 1 metre. 1 kHz 400 Hz – 8kHz @ -3 dB points Page 73 of 102 . In any area.Re-entrant horn • Power rating • Tapping range • Sensitivity • Frequency Response - 10 watts 0.1 – 10 watts in 3dB steps 110 dBA minimum @ 1 watt. pause and stop buttons Friendly operation and local control LCD indicator and program selection Remote control and program cycle Noise reduction system AM/FM tuner with COM port Voice announcement and background music Remote control Automatic search and memory function Stores up to each 100 stations of AM and FM 11.

VENDOR shall prepare volt drop calculations for review by CONTRACTOR and COMPANY. software. (v) Sounders and combined Beacon units (Ex. testing and commissioning of the complete (i) new analogue addressable multi-zone Fire & Gas detection systems (building / block-wise) for the entire Phase-3 building complex including the remote buildings and associated areas (ii) F&G Master repeater panel at the new GASCO Security gate with interconnection of entire Asab Accommodation camp complex including Phase – 1. 1 kHz 100 Hz – 16kHz @ +/-3 dB points 100V line IP 41 PA Speakers shall have the means of self adjusting by means of in-built noise sensing intelligence which shall alter the sound output level to suit prevailing acoustic conditions. ARC and other existing buildings. commissioning spares and the list of two years operational spares including GSPIR. ARC and other existing buildings) with provision of Master repeater panel / console at the existing ARC (Phase-2) & new GASCO security gate. The auto-sensing and adjustment feature shall be activated on individual loudspeaker basis.1 Project Requirements And Scope Of Work 12.• Line Voltage • Certification • Ingress Protection - 100V line As required IP 54 Internal-in office areas and rooms with false ceilings. 3.1 The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for the design. (iii) Networking of F&G system (FACP) in the entire Asab Accommodation camp complex (including phase-1. • Type • Power rating • Tapping range • Sensitivity • Frequency Response • Line Voltage • Ingress Protection - Ceiling speaker (to fit in ceiling tiles) 10 watts 0. FIRE AND GAS DETECTION SYSTEM 12. 2. 1 metre. supply. engineering. (iv) Gas detectors (H2S) along the fencing of Phase-3 building areas. 3.1 – 10 watts in 3dB steps 80 dBA minimum @ 1 watt. 3. (viii) Consolidated new Fire & Gas system drawings for the entire Asab Accommodation camp complex including the As-built drawings of Phase-1. Page 74 of 102 . Voltage drop along PA loop cables shall not exceed 5% in the worst case. Proof) in the mast pole along the fencing & fencing corner and at the road intersections and along the roads (vi) New Analogue addressable multi-zone Fire & Gas detection systems at the existing AGD-II caravans (vii) individual Common Fire / Gas and Fault alarms (potential free contact) for each F&G panel to MCR ICS system. 12. 2. ARC and existing buildings. Test facilities shall be incorporated into the system to enable the integrity of the loudspeakers and field cabling to be checked.1. installation. 2.(ix) supply of maintenance tools.

1.10 The Contractor shall provide the Camp Common Fire. exact location of Fire or Gas detected.9 Contractor scope of work shall include the dedicated Instrument (F&G) cable trenches for the F&G cables. In addition separate PC shall be provided to view and access all the Fire and Gas detection alarms through Master control panel in the ARC building and the new security gate. The Panel shall have the separate loop provision for future expansion.1.1. Phase-2 .12.2 Contractor shall design the number of F&G system / panel requirement the of Phase-3 into blocks as stated in the Civil construction & section 7 above by provide dedicated F&G system for each building as per the standards and the panel shall be located in the Foyer of the buildings. ARC and other existing building F&G systems. 12. 12. trenches) as per the DEP standards and also provision of concrete encased sleeves for the road crossing. 2.. 12. existing ARC FACP and other existing FACP panels in the camp. Phase -2. . wherever required. Gas. existing ARC and other existing buildings in the Asab Accommodation complex and necessary hardware and software requirements. 12. Phase-2 and Phase- Page 75 of 102 . exact location of fault detected and other associated information for the safety personnel to locate the hazard and carryout the emergency mitigation measures at the identified location from the Master F&G panel / Graphics station / Repeaters at the existing ARC and the new Security gate. Phase 3. The network cables shall be suitable for the network communication for the entire complex and preferably by Fibre optic cable and the cables shall be suitable for underground application as per the DGS / IEC standards.5 The Contractor scope of work shall include the networking of all the Fire & Gas panels located at the different building / area. with 50 % spare sleeves.6 The contractor shall provide repeater panel with consoles in new GASCO Asab Security gate house and existing ARC reception area. network cables. . phase 3.. The design should be in such a way that all the details of the various F&G system at different building / area shall be accessed and to obtain the status of the F&G detectors (including the individual detector level analysis). 12.1.1.8 All the new Fire & Gas systems (PH-3) shall be integrated with that of the existing camp network system as well as with the network system of Phase-I.1. Phase-3 Fire & gas system.7 The Contractor scope shall include the laying of network cables between the different F&G panels located in the building / area including phase-1. 12. 12. existing ARC and existing other buildings of the entire Asab Accommodation camp complex.1. of existing Phase -1.1. Fire and Gas panels which shall be interfaced with the Master F&G panel located at the existing ARC building and the new security gate. phase-2.4 Contractor shall carryout the F&G design. Common Fault signals alarms to DCS from the Master Fire and Gas panel which interface with phase-1. etc.3 Contractor has to provide Fire and Gas repeater panels which shall be installed in the GASCO security Gate house and existing ARC (phase -2) with interconnection and networking with fibre optic networks of the entire Asab Accommodation camp complex including all phase-1. 12. (no interference with elect. Gas detectors cables.1. engineering and system design as per the DGS / DEP / NFPA standards.

12.. 12. Common Fault. Contractor shall estimate the no’s of H2S detectors & HC detectors and other interconnecting cable requirements (Alarm and network cables) based on plot plan drawings. 12. beacon.18 Detectors internal cables shall be fireproof type (FP 200 Gold or similar).11 The Contractor shall provide the Common Fire / Gas. etc. alarms to the MCR (ICS) for each F&G panels located in various blocks / area individually (including the Phase-3. with proper conductor size and as per the DGS / IEC/ DEP standards.. Proof and weather proof IP65 with red colour) and as per the site Environmental conditions and as per DGS colour code philosophy. break glass units... Master F&G panel. HC and Fire alert annunciation along the fencing with a maximum spacing of 100m. fire alarm sounders / beacons / bells inside and outside of the buildings shall be supported by UPS system/battery back up. etc. 12.1.1. HC shall be indicated by Beacons in the field as per DGS standard colour code philosophy (Red / Blue / amber). Local field sounders/combined Beacons units shall be installed in the mast poles for H2S. However the exact quantities will be finalised during detailed engineering. 12. ) by laying new alarm cables for each building F&G panel and laid up to the Phase-I F&G MCR alarm cables location (Main F&G JB) refer the layout drawing for the location of the JB.1.1. Shall be located in the existing ARC building not from the repeater panel. Sounders.12 Contractor scope shall include the H2S detectors along the fencing with a maximum spacing of 30m. Contractor shall provide the H2S detectors in continuation with the Phase-1 & 2 fencing detectors and shall cover the fencing area and all the new building areas under Phase-3. distance and also corner of the fence.1. bells. The break glass units shall be provided at exits / entrance of each building / area. Gas detection alert beacons/Hooter/sounder shall be installed in each new building entrance and exit door and inside the buildings. 12.1.13 Detectors shall be installed In the potentially hazard location points (with both H2S & HC inside for the fresh air intake) and H2S in the perimeter fencing area. existing AGD-II caravan.14 Contractor shall install the Gas detectors in the 2” pipe Instrument stanchion.16 The F&G detectors. beacons. The beacon units shall be installed along / adjacent to each bells / sounders.17 All the Gas Detectors (H2S / HC).1. etc.15 Contractor scope of work shall include the installation of adequate number of the Fire & Gas detectors. inside and outside the new buildings. 12. Page 76 of 102 . which shall be anchored with concrete foundation as per the standard and shall be provided with sunshade and sensor’s dust guard for all the Gas detectors. and connected to the Fire / Gas panels and integrated with the F&G network and alarms.1. bells/sounders. The detectors shall be connected and integrated individually with the new Fire / Gas panels. Detection of Fire and H2S toxic gas. 12.. existing buildings and the associated area. break glass units. The selection of bells or sounders inside the rooms / office shall be as per the DEP / NFPA standard. internal fire alarm signal cables shall be fire resistant in accordance with DGS / IEC and underground cables shall be armoured cables and suitable for the underground applications. which are to be installed outside the buildings should be designed and selected (Ex. etc.3 project Fire and Gas system.

1. and to connect Laptop / PC.1. etc. Contractor shall provide the power supply units (PSU) design load vs. reset functions and diagnostics facilities. 12..1. which shall be available in the individual Fire & Gas Panel and the Maintenance / Engineering facilities shall be common for all the buildings F&G system.12. actual load calculation data. tested and serviced.25 Fire & Gas panels proposed by vendor shall be in such that the software can be easily programmable (Cause & Effect. The F&G panels shall be microprocessor based. fused TBs.) and junction boxes for the alarm interconnect cables.30 Contractor shall provide both Flammable Gas (HC) detectors and H2S Detectors for the fresh air intake ducts of HVAC system (if central Air conditioning system with fresh air intake Page 77 of 102 . Outstation modules. 12. relay modules. for the Maintenance Engineer.1. 12. alarm. etc. 12.22 The CONTRACTOR shall ensure that the materials and accessories to be supplied shall be of standard product regularly manufactured. Eexi weatherproof type IP65. and provision for networking.. battery charger and battery backup. 12.) and configurable at site..c. Contractor shall provide the incoming 240Vac power supply distribution box. gas detectors cables and network cables.23 The dedicated Fire & Gas panel for each block building shall be a self-contained panel with all the status indication.1...24 Fire & Gas panels front facia shall be provided with LCD display. 12. 12. latest state of the art of Technology. 12. 12.21 CONTRACTOR scope of work shall include successful testing & commissioning of all the new (Phase-3) and the existing facilities including ARC Fire & Gas panels & systems.1. and GASCO security gate house repeater panel and connect / confirm interface alarms with the existing (ICS) system in Main control Room (MCR).1.29 Contractor shall provide a Maintenance / Engineering facilities (Laptop computer. F&G panels shall have fully wired spare capacity (minimum 30%) to include more addressable detectors/peripherals in future. Power supply units. keypad.1. preventive maintenance analysis. software modifications. visual indications. etc.1. 12.1. etc..27 F&G panels shall be provided with built-in power supply unit (derived from incoming 240Vac).26 F&G panel shall operate on a mains power supply of 240Va.19 Contractor shall provide the junction box / enclosure for the F&G associated devices / equipment (eg.1. printer.28 The Contractor shall supply the software’s (application and operating software) of the F&G panels with configuration tools and any other items required to carry out modification in the new F&G panels by the Maintenance engineer at site shall be part of the scope of supply. inside the F&G panel or in an enclosure / JB. The junction boxes / enclosures shall be SS.) for analysis of individual detector status.20 It is the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR to design and carry out the detailed engineering of the complete system requirements including the installation details to meet the functional requirements. 12. The battery back up duration (autonomous time) shall be as per NFPA standard. etc. MCBs.1. monitoring. etc. The material supplier shall be represented by local representative in UAE and ensure a local after sales technical support.

Overall camp safety equipments installation drawings. All the above mentioned drawings shall be provided as the As. Overall camp Instrument index list.36 Heat detectors shall be installed in the HVAC room and Kitchen.) and suitable detectors / devices with special provision (IS circuit / ex. The tones of sounders/bells are different according to the type of alarm initiated. Battery room/UPS room shall be provided with special detectors (H2 & Cl2). 12. Provision shall be made available in the F&G panel to activate all sounders/ bells / Beacon units in the respective buildings. 12. test and commissioning all the new loops with GASCO witness and approval. Contractor shall provide Fire and Gas system logic to trip the HVAC unit in case of gas leak is detected by detectors not fire. Phase-2 and Phase-3).30..38 The Contractor shall provide the complete Cause and Effect matrix documents of the entire Asab Accommodation complex. 12. 12.1.34 The Contractor scope shall include the organisation of vendor commissioning engineer at site with all necessary tools and testing equipments for the execution of the work and shall comply with safety rules and regulations prevalent in GASCO sites and to provide training (2 sessions) to the maintenance personnel.32 The quantity. etc. 12.33 The Contractor shall supply the following spares and Test equipments as minimum: (i) Commissioning spares. Page 78 of 102 .built drawings / documents for the entire ARC Accommodation camp complex. (ii) Recommended list and 2 years operational spares (GSPIR) which required after the commissioning of the system and (iii) Test equipment / calibration device required for routine Maintenance.31 A built-in Printer shall be provided at the F & G Panel for each building. If window or split A/C used for any of the rooms shall be tripped by HVAC power. phase-2 and phase-3.1. Proof) shall be considered . beacons. phase-1.. Overall Fire water system network drawings. sounders. Network interconnection drawings for ARC.is available in the building).1. manual call points. 12. and NFPA.1. 12. As-built documents of the Overall Camp Fire and Gas block diagram including (ARC. Contractor shall design and provide the detectors and alarm indicating devices according to the type of buildings (Chemical store / Battery room / tea room. 12. Overall camp Fire and Gas instrument location layout drawings internal buildings and External location layout. Once the Siren pushbutton is activated either from the Main control Room or Safety building (by potential free contacts to the F&G panel). Phase-1. 12. existing other buildings. flammable gas and toxic gas shall be indicated with flashing beacon and sounder / bells as per DGS standard colour code philosophy. Junction box and field wiring diagram.35 All Fire and gas related instruments like Gas detectors.1. Overall camp Fire equipment layout demolition cables list etc.1.20.1.37 Detection Annunciation of Fire.39 The Contractor shall be responsible to install new Fire and Gas instruments.1.11 – Gen. loop drawings. bells shall be clearly indicated on the plot plan of the fire and gas layout drawings by the Contractor. type and location of the fire/Gas detectors and alarm devices required shall be determined as per the DGS / DEP 32.1.

Old caravans Phase-1 and Phase-2 Common Fire. Gas and Fault signals in the FGS/DCS and Mimic panel. reference 32.43 12. 12. Gas and Fault alarm signals connected to DCS and mimic panel shall be disconnected and removed from the existing Fire and Gas logic. 12.2.2. Megger test shall be carried out for all new cables and test certificate to be provided before commissioning. A megger test shall be carried out after laying. as minimum: 12.2 F&G Detection System Technical Requirements: The Fire & Gas Detection system and Network system shall meet the following technical specification. The detectors shall be approved and listed by the Loss Prevention council Board (LPCB).2. The system cables to be properly protected with cable tag identification as per SHELL DEP standard. F&G layout drawings. as minimum: 12.20. JB and cable block diagrams / schedule and other drawings / documents) for the COMPANY review and approval. All Cables to be properly dressed in the cable tray where ever necessary as per GASCO standard.1 All the detectors shall be ‘Analogue Addressable’ type. The cable gland and accessories shall be manufactured from brass as per Shell DEP.1. Connect only common camp Fire. Cable tray specification followed as per GASCO DGS standard and provide cable tray where ever necessary in the field.4 Page 79 of 102 .1. schematic diagrams.3 The detectors shall be suitable for detecting invisible products of combustion as well as visible smoke. The material of the nameplates should be laminated plastic.10-Gen and SHELL DEP standard drawing. Cables used inside trench to be armored cables as per SHELL DEP and GASCO DGS standards.20. Identification and marking of cables. Cause & Effect diagrams.603.12.2 The detectors shall comply with BS5445 and EN54 standards. cable marker inside and outside trench to be followed as per DEP 32. glanding and termination activities have been completed.40 ARC. Labels and marking provided they are secure and permanent.41 Junction boxes shall be supplied suitable for bottom single/multi pair cable entries and cable tag identification to be marked by SS tag.2.1.42 12. AGD-II caravans and Management building caravan and non removed caravans during the phase-3 project shall be provided with new Fire & Gas system with new detectors and alarming & peripheral devices and connected with the Master Fire and Gas panel in the existing ARC building & networked.1.1.1.1.1 Detectors The detectors shall meet the following technical specification. 12.37. 12. H2S detectors layout. junction box.2.10. 12. All instruments and electrical panels inside or outside the building shall be provided with tag nameplate.44 Contractor shall submit all the design & engineering documents (F&G system components.37. 12.1. reference S 37.1.

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The detectors shall be suitable for connecting to a two-wire 24V DC control panel and operate satisfactorily within the supply voltage range of 17V-28V DC. The detectors shall be capable of operating within the following environmental limits. Temperature operating range: -20 0C to +60 0C; Humidity: 0% to 95% RH. Separate mounting bases shall be required for easy removal of detectors. A red LED shall be provided on the detector, which illuminates when the detector reaches a pre-set alarm level. If the detectors are to be installed below the false floor, then remote LED modules shall be provided. The detectors shall be capable of being remotely tested from the control panel by the transmission of a 3-bit code to the addressed detector. Data transmission to and from the control panel and the detector shall be via communication circuit that is factory fitted to the detector by the manufacturer and shall be integral part of the detector. The detectors shall incorporate all fault-diagnostic features. The detectors shall be supplied complete and fully tested and calibrated.

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12.2.2 Smoke Detectors 12.2.2.1 The Smoke detectors shall be capable of detecting the visible and invisible combustion gases emanating from fires. The selection of smoke detectors shall be according to the Building Fire safety standard / DEP / HSE regulation (for consideration where the use of radioactive source is prohibited). The detector shall be designed to have high resistance to contamination and corrosion. The detector shall include RFI screening and feed through components to minimize the effect of radiated and conducted electrical interferences. The detectors shall incorporate screens to minimise the effect of small insects.

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It shall be of Thermistor type and electronic based. The other features will be as per Section 12.2.1.

12.2.4 Flammable Gas (HC) Detectors: 12.2.4.1 The Flammable Gas detectors shall be catalytic type (Detronics or General Monitors or equivalent) with local indicator. Remote test gas applicator shall be provided, if required. The housing material shall be SS316 for sensor and glass reinforced polyester for transmitter. Gas Detectors shall be E Exd II C T3 certified and the enclosure for detector shall be weather proof and the degree of protection shall be IP65. Sunshade and sensor guard shall be provided. All Gas detectors shall have a 4-20 mA output. The gas detection system shall be capable of calibration to 0-100%LEL range and set point shall be continuously adjustable through the range. Two different level alarm will be set for the hydrocarbon gas alarm, High level at 20%LEL and High High at 50% (set point shall be configurable during the commissioning).

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H2S Detectors / H2 / Cl2 detectors: 12.2.5.1 The H2S Detectors (Fencing area / HVAC air intake duct / outside the buildings) shall be electro-chemical type (Sieger or Detronics or equivalent) with local indicator. Remote test gas applicator shall be provided, if required. The housing material shall be SS316 for sensor and glass reinforced polyester for transmitter. H2S Detectors shall be E Exd II C T3 certified and the enclosure for detector shall be weather proof and the degree of protection shall be IP65. Sunshade and sensor guard shall be provided. All Gas detectors shall have a 4-20 mA output. The detectors shall be designed for continuous detection of toxic gas without damage and the calibrated range suggested is 0-20 ppm / 0-50 ppm of H2S level and corresponding for the H2 and Cl2 detectors..

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Isolators 12.2.6.1 Isolators should be provided to protect the loop in the event of a short circuit fault.

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12.2.7 Manual Call Points / Break glass units 12.2.7.1 The Manual call points shall be ‘Analog Addressable’ and shall incorporate communication module within the unit. An LED in red colour shall illuminate when the call point is activated. The housing shall be manufactured from ‘Self Extinguishing’ red poly carbonate plastic. The Manual call points for outside the building shall be Eexd weather proof, IP 65 and Red colour. Outdoor Manual call points shall be push-button type, latching, key reset, marine grade and provided with flip flap.

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12.2.8 Sounders / Bells / Flashing Beacons / Flash Strobe: 12.2.8.1 All the Sounders / bells / beacons alarm circuits shall be continuously monitored for open circuit fault condition. The selection of Bells / sounders inside the buildings / rooms / offices shall be as per the standards. The tones/rings of sounders / bells are different according to the type of alarm initiated (Fire / Flammable gas / toxic gas). The combined beacon units for Fire / Flammable Gas /Toxic gas with indication light colour code as per the DGS standard (Red/ Blue / Amber) along with sounder / bells. The sounders / bells / beacons which are to be installed outside the buildings and road intersection points should be designed and selected (Eexd, weather proof, IP65, red colour) and as per the environmental conditions.

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Fire & Gas System Panel, Graphics station, Repeater panel and Networking 12.2.9.1 The system control panel shall be housed in a slim surface or semiflush wall mounting cabinet and should be manufactured to comply with the requirements of BS5839 part 4 and EN54. Panel shall be “SIMPLEX” or “How Discovery” panel or equal approved and must be compatible to existing system. The system panel shall form the central processing unit of the system, receiving and analyzing signals from fire sensors, providing audible and visual information, initiating automatic alarm and Extinguishant release. The Panel shall be Analogue addressable type with LCD display, visual indication, keypad, printer, etc.,

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9.9.9.9.2.9. 12. 12.13 The loop shall be capable of driving the field addressable devices over a loop distance of 2 to 3 Km. etc. The panel shall have potential free alarm output for common Fire.2.4 12.2.2. 12.2. The panel shall have the facility to accept the potential free contact to initiate alarm / bells in the building with different tone. Page 83 of 102 .9.19 Three fully monitored Alarm outputs shall be provided. common Fault.9.9.2. The panel shall have provision for two stage alarm sounder/bells for modulated sound/ring.2.20 Fire condition LED indications fitted to devices shall be reset from the control panel without removing power from loop.9.12 The loop shall be a two wire circuit starting and returning to the set of terminal block in the control panel.9.11 The system shall provide two way communications between the control panel and each device on the loops. 12. A battery backup shall be provided and the batteries shall be ‘Free-Sealed’ lead acid type.7 12.2.6 12.2.12.2.9.22 It should be possible to isolate any detector/device from the control panel by software.9. 12.9. 12.2.18 Fire and gas panel shall be designed to cut-off electricity in case of fire and gas panel shall be designed to cut-off fresh air intake off A/C system in case of gas detection. 12.2.17 Panel shall have a dedicated zone for each block and provisions for additional two zones. The panel shall be easily configurable so as to meet the exact detection zone and output mapping requirements of the building.15 All circuits shall be continuously monitored for both open and close circuits.9 12.2. The panel shall have RS232 Mod Bus output to connect to third party equipment. 12.8 12.21 The address data for each device shall be stored in the base of the detectors.9. 12.2.9. 12. 12.5 The Panel shall be provided with a ‘built-in’ printer (Panel mounted printer). of loops such that the number of devices in each loop shall not exceed 70% of its capacity.9.9. 12. Inergen Released.16 Volt free contacts (IP) shall be provided for GASCO siren activation.14 The vendor shall design the system with the optimum no.2.2.. 12.9.2.2.9.2.10 The panel shall derive its power from an internal power supply.

2.10. drain wire.2. Voltage grade : 600 V.27 F&G panels shall be built-in with network modules and necessary accessories to network with all the F&G panels in other buildings..11. 12. Alarm status. 12.10. IEC 331-2.10. The printer papers shall be easily removable and replaceable.1 The Printer shall be ‘built-in’ with the Fire & Gas panel (panel mounted printer). 12. armoured.11 Cables: 12.2. overall screen. and any other information from the F&G panel. moisture barrier.2.5 Printer status indication and control switch shall be provided at the front. 12.11. LSZH outer sheath. type: XLPE-AL/HDPE/PA-SWA-LSZH. twisted.2. ripcord. 12.2 The Printer shall be powered internally (including battery back up ) from the F&G panel.11.10.9.25 Graphics package with Alarm manager graphics system shall be provided in the ARC building. exact Location of the fire / gas alarm in order to carry out the mitigate action.9. IEC 754-1 less than 0. 12. Faults.2. Page 84 of 102 . screening.2.9.2.26 Repeater panels shall be provided in the new Security gate and the existing ARC building with compact PC & graphics consoles for the operator / security personnel to view and analyze the F&G detector status. as well as internal communication for Data.2.23 The fire alarm level on the panel shall be selectable.2. BS 5308 part 2 type 2.12.10 Printer: 12.5%.10. IEC 332-3 cat B.2.2. The graphics package shall be compact in design and to be installed near the Master F&G panel.2. Flammability properties : RFP-low smoke-zero halogen. 12.3 The interconnect alarm cables shall be suitable for underground applications as per IEC standard.2.1 The detector internal cables shall be fireproof type (FP 200 gold or Similar) as per NFPA standard.4 Printer operation shall be fast and quiet. IEC 1034-1 and conductor sizing shall be based on the distance. 12.3 The Printer shall provide the hardcopy record of Alarms.2 The internal fire alarm signal cables shall be fire resistant in accordance with IEC and as per NFPA.24 The Panel shall have built-in Gas Detector / H2S Detector module or equivalent. etc. 12.9.9. UV radiation protection.2. 12. 12. 12.

Functional Specification documents.5 The network cables shall be fiber optic cables and the necessary hardwares / software components / modules.1 The Contractor / vendor shall be responsible for fully testing the complete system prior to shipping. deviations or conflicts shall be reported in writing and shall require prior approval by GASCO.3. The distance between the Gas detector transmitter and Gas panel (fencing detectors) may be long. 12. Any discrepancy shall be corrected by the vendor at free of cost.113). The Contractor / vendor shall arrange a qualified commissioning Engineer at site to carry out the pre-commissioning and commissioning activities and shall conduct a testing of the installed equipment and site acceptance test procedures.4 The gas detector cables shall be suitable for underground applications and for analogue signals as per IEC standards.4. quality and workmanship at the manufacturers’ premises.2.11. Logic Schematics. .3 12. 12.3.3. hence care should be taken to design the conductor size and type of cable. Reference Documents And Abbreviations: 12.2. System Specification.2.12. Other technical requirements shall be same as the underground alarm cables as above (section 12. Installation & Maintenance Instructions. System Functional Test reports.11. System configuration. System Wiring Details.11. Any Vendor shall indicate in their proposal the codes and standards which have been applied in the manufacture of the material required under this specification Page 85 of 102 .3).2 12. The Contractor / vendor shall provide one reproducible software copy (preferably AutoCAD) and 3 sets hardcopy of the following documentation and drawings: Operational & Maintenance Manuals. Manufacturers’ Test Certificate for all the items.6 The network cables shall be as per the manufacturer specification and suitable for the data communication for the entire Asab Accommodation complex and shall be suitable for the underground cables application and as per the DGS / IEC standards (as per section 12.4 12.2.11. The equipment shall be inspected by COMPANY’s representative(s) for checking the specification.3 Fat. These tests shall ensure full compliance with the specification and shall meet the complete functional requirements.3. Sat & Documentation : 12.2.4 Codes & Standards. Cause & Effect Diagram (for each building). patch panels and other required material shall be considered. 12. All such tests shall be documented with the test sheets and certificates submitted to GASCO for approval.1 Codes & Standards: The latest editions of the following codes and standards shall be applied as a minimum. 12. Identified Spare parts List (SPIR).

: Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres. : Code of practice for selection.British Standards: BS5839 BS5345 : Fire detection and alarm systems for buildings. installation and maintenance of electrical apparatus for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. according to DIN V 19250 International Standards Organization: ISO 9000 : Quality systems Page 86 of 102 . International Electrotechnical Commission: IEC 79 IEC 331 IEC 529 IEC 801 equipment. : Components of automatic fire detection systems. : Electromagnetic compatibility for Industrial process measurement and control National Fire Protection Association: NFPA : Relevant standard if not covered in DEP Technischer Uberwachungs Verein: TUV : Fundamental safety aspects. Cenelec Standards: EN 50018 EN54 : Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres. : Classification of degrees of protection provided by enclosures. : Fire resisting characteristics of electrical cables.

DEP 62.31– Gen.3 Order of Precedence: In the case of conflict the order of precedence shall be as follows: 1.30 . Equipment supplied shall be in accordance with the relevant DEP from Shell International Oil Products BV.80.: Active fire protection systems and equipment for onshore facilities.47.10.11 – Gen.Gen.: Field inspection and testing of instruments and instrument systems. 12.20. DEP 32.Note: If the Vendor proposes equipment manufactured to codes and standards other than those listed above.4.2 Engineering Practices: Design and Engineering shall be carried out based on the GASCO DGS and DEP standards. Project specifications 2.30.37.10. DGS 1900 003 DGS 1511 030 : Fire Protection Design Basis : Fire Alarm System Fire. : Factory inspection and testing of systems.10.10 – Gen.47. Owner’s specifications (DGS / DEP) 3. : Instrument Signal lines 12. DEP 32. he shall justify that the adopted standards are better than or equal to those listed in this section.08.09. : Instrumented Protective systems DEP 32. instruments and instrument DEP 62. International Codes and Standards Page 87 of 102 .4.30 – Gen. : DEP 80.11 – Gen.20. : DEP 80.11 – Gen.10. Gas and Smoke Detection system Assessment of the Fire safety of onshore installations.10.

Gas and Smoke detection system : Health. safety and Environment : Instrumented Protective Function : Asab Bab Integrated Control System ABICS Project ARC HC UPS SOV : Asab Residential Complex : Hydrocarbon Flammable Gas Detector : Uninterrupted Power Supply : Solenoid Operated Valve LEL : Lower Explosive Limit FAT SAT H2S VESDA : Factory Acceptance Test : Site Acceptance Test : Hydrogen Sulphide : Very Early Smoke Detection and Alarm Page 88 of 102 .12.4.4 Abbreviations: DGS DEP BS LPCB NFPA F&G HSE IPF : Design General Specification (GASCO) : Design and Engineering Practice from Shell International Oil Products BV : British Standards : Loss Prevention Council Board : National Fire Protection Association : Fire.

4 Page 89 of 102 .3 12.) (b) The guaranteed period of support for the quoted system.5 Table Of Compliance The Contractor is obliged to submit with the bid the completely filled in ‘Table of Compliance’ for each section of this F&G tender Specification. The deviations are to be highlighted and clarifications if any have to be appended by the Contractor / vendor. however an alternative that provides equivalent function is offered. A clarification note has to be appended by the vendor. Contractor / Vendor shall give in their quotation a guarantee of the supply of the spare parts for the quoted system for the next 10-15 years.. Does not meet the stated specification.1 The Contractor / vendor shall provide a performance warranty for the materials and equipment supplied for a period of 12 months from the date of commissioning. Contractor / Vendor shall guarantee the supply of the systems fully inspected and functionally tested.SER MCR : Sequence of Events Logger/Recorder : Main Control Room 12. 12. Does not meet the stated specification. etc. F&G systems offered should be built of vendor standard hardware and be of modular design. Meets the functional or design requirements. Vendor is unable to comply with the specification.6. consequently the feature is not offered.6. however an alternative that provides equivalent function is offered. date of release.6. The terms used are to be read as follows: : The capability exceeds the stated functional or design requirements. Meets the requirements but minor variations need to be clarified.6.6 General Requirements: 12. ENHANCEMENT CONFORMS VARIATION : : ALTERNATE EXCEPTION CLARIFICATION NOTE : : : 12. model.(c) The theoretical Mean Time between Failure (MTBF) for the quoted system.2 12. The Contractor shall furnish the following along with the bid : (a) Details of the quoted system ( Release version No.

The quotation shall include supply of commissioning spares and two years operational recommended spare parts list with unit price.10 It should be noted that the philosophy regarding logic functions and sequences might change during the manufacturing and commissioning stages of the project. as would be required for possible future expansion. The system specification stated herein shall be adhered to.8 12.6. Page 90 of 102 . Guarantee performance shall be as per the COMPANY standard Terms & Conditions. and the wiring diagrams. Vendor’s standard equipment / standard shall be technically evaluated by COMPANY prior to acceptance. then it would be treated as the Contractor / vendor full compliance to the GASCO tender documents and supply shall include as per the tender scope of work specifications. shall be clearly defined as an exception. The air handling units shall be Carrier. York or SKM make. All the air handling units shall be installed at the first floor level within the MEP room.7 12. 13.11 Contractor / Vendor shall warrant delivered items against any defect in design.6. etc. 12. Contractor / Vendor shall advise and quote for any specialized service equipment (special tools) that is required for efficient repair and calibration of the F&G system for maintenance.6. Fire & Gas Panel and the system shall have minimum 20% spare hardware and software in terms of input/output. All the cold rooms shall be provided with DX type refrigeration units suitable for cold room application. 12. AIR CONDITIONING Multipurpose Soprts Hall / Recreation Centre: All the areas shall be air conditioned by Air Handling Units. etc.6. This shall include any required hardware and software materials. The fan coil units shall be Carrier. General Store Building: All the areas except cold rooms shall be air conditioned by Fan Coil Units. material. wiring. If the specification conflicts with the vendor’s current standard system and basic technology. graphics and such.6.6 12.9 12. Where these logic changes can be achieved in software only.12 Contractor / Vendor shall submit the table of compliance with enhancement / conforms / variation / alternative / exception / clarification for each sections / sub-sections / sub-clauses.6.5 Contractor / Vendor shall be responsible for developing all the detailed engineering and shall develop all the required drawings (for each building) for the new F&G systems. York or SKM make.6.12.6. Please note that if any particular deviation is not highlighted in the table of compliance and the same is indicated as a deviation elsewhere in the technical offer (including vendors offers). the logic diagrams. there shall be no additional charges made to COMPANY since these modifications can be expected in this type of project. terminals strips. network. 12. or workmanship.

ducted extract air systems from the toilets. insulation. The fan coil units shall be Carrier. HVAC control panel and associated controls. York or SKM make. 13. Clinic Building: All the areas shall be air conditioned by DX Type Split Units. volume control dampers.5 Occupancy Page 91 of 102 . York or SKM make. chilled water distribution piping with valves and accessories.1. York or SKM make. The DX units shall be Carrier. steam rooms. The contractor shall also be responsible to provide fresh air for all the buildings. 13.1. air handling units. The contractor shall develop the detailed design of a chilled water system comprising air cooled chillers.1. The air handling units shall be Carrier. as mentioned above. York or SKM make. food preparation areas. chemical store etc. DX type split units shall also be considered. fire dampers. temperature control system etc. Service Block (24±1 0C) Relative Humidity = 50±5% No winter heating shall be provided 13.2 Software Carrier HAP (Hourly Analysis Program) Latest Version /HEVACOMP Software shall be used for air conditioning heat load calculations.4 Indoor Design Conditions Temperature = 23±1 0C except General Store. pipe works.1 Basis of Design 13.General Workshop Building: All the areas shall be air conditioned by Fan Coil Units.1. Maintenance Workshop. The fan coil units and DX units shall be Carrier.1. supply and installation of all materials and equipments shall be in accordance with applicable codes. grilles/diffusers/slot diffusers.3 Outside Design Conditions Summer Dry Bulb Temperature = Summer Wet Bulb Temperature = Winter Dry Bulb Temperature = Winter Wet Bulb Temperature 50 0C 30 0C 5 0C = 3 0C 13. York or SKM make. The chilled water system shall be Carrier. Service Block: Chilled water pump room shall be air conditioned by chilled water Fan Coil Units. Fresh air requirements shall be as per the ASRAE guidelines. chilled water primary & secondary pumps.1 Method of Calculation All calculations shall be based on ASHRAE method using appropriate data. for a complete operational system in accordance with GASCO requirements. fan coil units. The detailed design. Auditorium/Theatre Building: All the areas shall be air conditioned by Air Handling Units. HV Room and LV Room shall be air conditioned by DX Type Split Units. The contractor shall also be responsible for installation of all duct works. Air handling units shall be installed at the roof level. 13. local and international regulations and standards.. showers. etc.

1.4 L/s / Person 2. 13.5 L/s / Person Lighting & Power 40 w/m² 30 w/m² 80 w/m² 40 w/m² 80 w/m² 50 w/m² 30 w/m² 40 w/m² 13.6 Lighting Load Heat dissipation from lighting equipment shall be considered as mentioned in the table.1.7 L/s / Person 5.8 L/s / Person 6.5 L/s / Person 2.Over pressurization required for each building = 13.9 Outside air flow rate The outside airflow rate will be based on ASHRAE/CIBSE standards to achieve the following: A.1.) 50 Pa .4 L/s / Person 2.8 Margin of Safety on room heat gain A 10% margin on the sensible and latent heat gain shall be allowed.1. 13.7 L/s / Person 10. The airflow rates are based on the sensible heat gain after allowing for the safety factor.Area Administration Offices Auditorium Seating Area Auditorium Stage Area Auditorium Foyer Area Gymnasium Multipurpose Hall Health Club Bowling Centre (Seating) Occupancy 8 m²/Person 150 Person/100m² 30 Person/100m² 100 Person/100m² 30 Person/100m² 150 Person/100m² 40 Person/100m² 40 Person/100m² Minimum Outdoor Air 8.1.7 L/s / Person 5.10 Noise level Auditorium Public Circulation/Corridors Gymnasium = = = NC 30 dBA NC 35 dBA NC 35 dBA Page 92 of 102 25 l/s (Minimum 10 AC/Hr.Extract air flow rate / bath room = B.7 Equipment Heat Gain Heat dissipation from equipment shall be considered at actual as advised by specialist equipment suppliers 13.

0 m/s ≤ 3. Page 93 of 102 • • • • • • • • • • • . located in the service yard. B. Air handling unit’s inner and outer skin shall be of minimum 1. Units are to be located in the ceiling voids of the respective areas / bath room / corridor as the case may be.0 m/s.Bowling Centre Multipurpose Hall Plant Room 13. Supply air.1.0 m/s Sub main runs : ≤ 4. Return air ducts Main runs Branches : : ≤ 4. 13. Fresh air intake shall be through sand trap filter louver.0 mm thickness. The major equipments are as under: • 4 Nos. HVAC control panel and controls Fan coil units are to be the double skin type with 25mm thick insulation. (2 Duty/ 1 Standby) Chilled water Secondary pumps with Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) Chilled Water Pressurization Unit Automatic Chemical Dosing System Air Handling Units Fan coil units Ducted extract air system from the toilets with inline type duty / standby exhaust fans. (3 Duty/ 1 Standby) Air Cooled Screw Chillers with tentative cooling capacity of 200 TR each (each having 33% of the total cooling requirement as per cooling load calculation).2 Construction Air conditioning of all the blocks shall be by a combined variable flow chilled water system with air cooled packaged chillers.11 Duct Sizing Criteria = = NC 35 dBA NC 35 dBA = NC 40-45 dBA A.0 m/s Final connection : ≤ 2. the noise criteria shall take priority and the design shall ensure that specified NC levels are achieved. (3 Duty/ 1 Standby) Chilled Water Primary Pumps (Constant Speed) 3 Nos. 4 Nos.5 m/s Connection of extract air ducts : ≤ 2.0 m/s Note: The above velocities are for guidance figures only. outside air and extract air duct Main risers and horizontal runs : ≤ 5. Air handling units shall be of the double skin type with 25mm thick polyurethane or equivalent insulation.

through the fire alarm system. The HVAC control panel shall be installed in the pump room. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 13. to shut-off the fresh air intake when the toxic gas concentration such as hydrocarbons. Sufficient maintenance space shall be allocated between the Page 94 of 102 . Chilled Water Pumps shall be fed from HVAC Control panel. Chilled water piping networks.• • No return air shall be re-circulated from the toilets / bathrooms. Evaporator coil and fins of the AHU’s shall be coated with ‘heresite’ or equivalent coating. All air conditioning ducting. The gas monitoring system shall set a signal.3 Pump Room and Chillers Yard Louvers The scope of works also includes the construction of pump room. UVC Emitters shall be used AHUs and FCUs. HVAC control panel shall be fed from two different fully redundant suppliers with change over switch. Outside air intake by the fresh air handling unit shall be stopped by closing a motorized outside air intake damper. pumps. Chillers and HVAC control panels shall be fed from the sub station. HVAC control panel shall be located in the pump room. supply and exhaust air ducting shall be insulated with 25mm thick rigid fibre glass. Condenser coils and fins of the chillers shall be coated with ‘heresite’ or equivalent coating and coating shall be guaranteed for minimum 5 years. The louver shall have required access doors. covered with 8 Oz canvas clothing and finished with 2 coats of weather proof anti fungus coating. Potable water outlets shall be provided in both Pump room and Chillers yard for cleaning purpose. Chillers. The operation of the damper shall be controlled by a gas monitoring system installed next to the air handling units. pressurization unit and air handling units shall be located on concrete plinths. No trench is required for the out door pipes between the plant room and the building with isolating valves for each building. The size of the pump room shall be determined by the contractor. All necessary foundations to the A/C equipments shall be constructed by the contractor. The air conditioning units shall be of the high ambient type suitable for operation at the specified outside design conditions. exceeds permissible limits. All insulated ducts & chilled water piping exposed to view shall be cladded with minimum 0.9 mm thick aluminium cladding. H2S etc. Pre-insulated pipe with leak detection system shall be direct buried. All chillers shall use environment friendly refrigerant R 134a or equivalent. An aluminium decorative louver shall be provided around the chillers yard.

If the existing booster pump set capacity and head is adequate to cater the load for the phase III. Contractor shall carry out required modification for the tie in. The chillers foundation is included in the scope of the contractor.louver and the equipment. The area shall be covered with interlock pavement. Warning tape shall be provided 200 mm below the grade level.5 times the system pressure. Requirement of Water hammer arrestors shall be assessed and provided by the contractor at all the required locations. PLUMBING General Scope of work shall include supply and installation of hot and cold water system in accordance with approved design. The scope includes the design of all necessary valve pits. The contractor shall be responsible to perform hydraulic calculation and check whether booster pump set is required or not. The contractor is responsible for complete uPVC distribution network for supply of portable water to the buildings. instead of connecting to new booster pump set (Refer Water Supply Site Layout). All internal distribution networks shall be concealed polypropylene pipeline random (PP. Specification for Plumbing. 1997. construction. and protection to pipes at road crossings. accommodation & transportation for the maintenance staffs etc. manpower. and all other aspects related to the completion of the works. designed to suit the requirements.1 Potable Water Supply The potable water shall be supplied from the existing water tank either through existing tie-in or through new booster pump set (optional). The design installation and testing of domestic water services within the building shall be in accordance with BS 6700. trenches. Any modifications to be carried out for valve pit or connections at the tie-in points shall be the responsibility of the contractor. if required.R). They shall be hydrostatically tested at 1. 14. DGS-2020-011. The main entering water supply pipe Page 95 of 102 .4 Spares Suitable number of spares shall be supplied by contractor for hassle free commissioning and contractor shall also provide recommended spare part list for two (2) years. Food preparation area shall be provided with separate air extraction system. class PN 20. 13. The contractor is also responsible for the design. 13. in accordance with GASCO Design General Specification.5 Guarantee The contractor shall guarantee complete air conditioning and ventilation system for one (1) year including spare parts. 14. testing and commissioning to GASCO’s approval. The toilets shall also have separate air extraction system. then phase III water supply line shall be connected to the existing tie-in point.

and Specification for Plumbing. Contractor is responsible for the provision of necessary valves for the tie in. External pipe work from network shall be uPVC according to BS EN 1452-1 to 5. Hot water distribution pipe work shall be polypropylene according to BS 4991. DGS-2020-011. construction. FOUL WATER DRAINAGE 15.3 Design Water pipe sizing criteria shall be as follows: Nominal Pipe Diameter (mm) 15-50 65-80 100-150 200 and above Frictional Pressure Drop (Pa/m) Up to 320 Up to 280 Up to 200 Up to 200 Velocity (m/s) Less than 1.0 Less than 1. Valve pits shall be constructed of reinforced concrete coated with approved coating system. Cover for the pits shall be epoxy coated cast iron readymade covers light duty. All necessary isolation valves and pressure reducing valves shall be included in the piping. All lines shall be tested for 8. construction / extension of existing manholes etc. the drainage of the foul water and rain water form the new buildings to the existing manholes/ network. Page 96 of 102 .2 Hot Water Supply All buildings wet areas shall have hot water supply through individual electric water heaters. manufactured in Europe.0 bars pressure. The pipes and fittings shall be thermo fusion welded using polypropylene fittings. 14. medium or heavy duty as applicable. 14. Modification in the existing water supply network shall be carried out without interrupting the smooth running of existing services. The pipelines and fittings shall be ‘Hepworth’ or equal approved. 15. All such valves shall be located in underground valve chambers. Electric water heaters shall be installed within the ceiling void of the respective area. Water meter shall be provided at the each main distribution points.5 Less than 2.0 Note: The two criteria above shall be satisfied simultaneously. The domestic water supply system shall comply with the requirements of GASCO Design General Specification. buried underground.5 Less than 1.1 General The contractor shall be responsible for the design.for each building shall be provided with pressure reducing valve pit to control the head & flow for the incoming water. The internal cold water distribution pipeline shall polypropylene and embedded in builder’s work shall be PEX tubes within polyethylene sleeve. testing and commissioning to GASCO’s approval.

galvanized seamless designed for a working pressure of at least 2070 kPa (upto 2 Inch diameter pipe) or carbon steel with internally Fusion Bonded Epoxy (above 2 Inch diameter pipe).2 Design The scope includes the design for all required gully traps. protection of pipes at road crossings. FIRE WATER/ FIGHTING SYSTEM 16. Contractor shall provide lift station based on the slope requirements of the project. sprinkler system (Wherever required as per NFPA guidelines). wet chemical fire suppression system for kitchens and the associated piping to serve the new buildings and other facilities. 16.31-Gen & GASCO Design General Specification. The contractor shall verify the loss of pressure drop while discharge occurs from the farthest hydrant. The fire hydrant outlets shall be single bib nose type with a pillar hydrant height of 1. Contractor shall take in to consideration that any damages occurring to the accessories of existing fire hydrants during re-location shall be replaced by the contractor. fire hose cabinets.All the building sewer drainage shall be connected through a series of gully traps & manholes and shall be connected to the Phase I sewer drainage network. All below ground gravity sewerage pipes shall be uPVC in accordance with BS 4660. Hose reels shall be of recessed. The underground pipes shall be GRE with standard wall thickness and above ground pipes shall be either to to BS 1387 Class B. hose reels. A separate soil and waste connection from sanitary fixtures shall be taken to the manholes. Vent shall be provided from the first manhole. via a sewage lifting station. Construction The soil and waste drainage from the new buildings and other facilities shall be connected to the existing sewage network for the Phase I. in accordance with GASCO’s approval. The hose should be of 25 mm internal diameter rubber fire hose Page 97 of 102 . fire extinguishers. The pits shall be covered with stainless steel grating. The food preparation area shall be provided with stainless steel grease trap.14. DGS-1482-001. landing valves. Contractor shall verify the adequacy of existing system prior to tie in to the existing.20.0 bars additional fire pumps shall be provided.1 General This scope of work entails the provision of fire hydrants. If pressure falls below 12.0 bars pressure shall be provided during the normal condition. All drainage works shall be in accordance with Shell Design Engineering Practice DEP 34. trenches. if required ((Refer Drainage Site Layout). Drainage Design Basis and to the approval of local authorities having jurisdiction. and all other aspects related to the completion of the works. The foul drainage from the building shall be gravity flow system.4m. swinging pattern with automatic operation after unwinding a short length of hose. 15. The food preparation area shall have the provision to drain the water from the equipments directly to the floor mounted stainless steel collection pits. manholes. The drainage system design and installation shall be in accordance with BS 5572. The waste lines from individual fixtures shall be connected to floor drains in the respective toilets and connected through gully to the manhole. Moreover a minimum of 4.

4m x 25m. The contractor shall carryout the design and stress analysis for the new GRE pipeline system and obtains GASCO approval. prior to start of works on site.reinforced with double braiding and 30 m long. 16. Angus fire hose. Door shall be provided with full length paino hinges with magnetic catches at top and bottom. gunmetal bib nose pattern duel seat type inlet 3” diameter ANSI 150LB flange outlet 65 mm instantaneous female. containing 3 Nos. of 65 mm bib nose outlet valves. for nozzle. AKRON. Sprinkler system (Wherever required as per NFPA guidelines) and portable fire extinguishers within the buildings. primed.3 Construction The fire water for the new buildings shall be tapped off from the existing nearby main line and then supplied to each of the buildings piping network through pressure reducing valve pit at the entry of each building (Refer Fire Fighting Site Layout). Isolation valves for the GRE firewater system shall have suitable lining and shall be tested. twist operated with jet/ spray/ off settings. undercoated and provided with white plastisol textured finish on the inside. Connection to fire hydrants located around the new buildings shall be taken from the firewater main pipe for the Phase I Page 98 of 102 . degreased. Fog nozzle shall be with pistol grip 40mm pyrolyte. complete with British instanteous male / female gunmetal coupling size 6.2 Material Specification Fire hydrant shall be Angus 100 mm diameter pillar hydrant with 2 Nos. Each pillar hydrant shall be fitted with 100 mm diameter isolation valve. Flat face ANGUS ref M451224 old ref 153. screwed or flanged for attachment to the riser and fitted with a 65 mm instantaneous female coupling conforming to BS 336 and a blank cap secured by a suitable length of chain. The size of the fire water lines and adequacy of connecting to the existing system shall be verified by the contractor. Bib nose outlet valve shall be as per BS 5041/1. The Test certificates shall be provided for GASCO approval. Each hydrant shall be supplied with fire hose and equipment cabinets. Hose reel/ landing valve cabinets shall be fabricated from galvanised sheet steel. Achitrave shall be stainless steel with brushed satin finish. The hose reel shall be suitable for working pressure of up to 10 bars. The nozzle shall be of high impact nylon. 35cm deep. The fire fighting system shall be generally in accordance with NFPA and DEP requirements. Reinforced concrete anchor/ thrust blocks shall be provided at locations recommended in the stress analysis report. Landing valves hydrant outlets should comprise a valve 65 mm bore constructed in gun metal. 16. Valves shall be free from asbestos gaskets or similar materials. The new buildings shall be provided with external fire hydrants. landing valve. Door shall be of stainless steel and shall have a recessed hand pull. Duraline 650. The fire hose and equipment cabinet shall be vertically freestanding type 130cm high 70cm wide. hoses of 25m long and 1 No. The valve gate should lift clear of the waterway and the valve cover should be securely fitted to the valve body so that it does not unscrew when operated. model assault 4820. hose reels.

of 6. valves. drip emitters. 17. Cabinets shall be provided with fog nozzle and hose. Portable fire extinguishers shall comply with NFPA 10. timers. All necessary isolation valves shall be included in the branch from the ring main. supply.2 Irrigation Contractor shall carryout complete design. CO2 extinguisher shall be provided in each electric room. 17. as shown in the drawings. Fire hydrants shall be located as per the requirement of NFPA standard 1141. and controllers shall also be included in the work. The contractor is responsible for providing irrigation system for new plants and grass. installing and testing of mains.9 kPa and 120 M3/Hr. Page 99 of 102 . automatic controllers. Trenching and backfill.0 m height. 16. including the required irrigation network.0 Kg dry powder extinguisher. laterals. also to modify the existing system to serve the existing plants. The spacing between the hydrants shall be maximum 100m without obstruction. furnishings. LANDSCAPING AND IRRIGATION 17. All isolating valve and pressure reducing shall be installed in external valve chambers. heads. installation. store etc. The external fire pipe shall be GRE (Glass Reinforced Epoxy) buried underground. The cabinets shall be constructed with steel frame and front glass panel doors. The fire water system shall be tested for 1. as designed by the architect and approved by the COMPANY. all piping. 16. risers.project. equipment and labour necessary for the installation of the irrigation system as required for proper maintenance and healthy growth of plantation. valve boxes and covers. The fire hydrant outlet shall be capable of delivering water at minimum 137.5 Fire suppression System. fittings. 1998 edition. Each building shall be provided with fire hose cabinets. Each hydrant shall be provided with separate isolation valve.5 times the working pressure of 12 Bars.1 General The objective of this scope of work is to provide carpet grass lawns and other plantations outside the building as indicated in the site layout drawing. operation and maintenance instructions and all other materials. testing and commissioning of an underground irrigation system to serve the areas indicated (Refer Irrigation Site Plan). of 2. Hose reel cabinets shall be stainless steel and recess mounted. valves. Contractor shall provide required fire suppression system for the kitchen and pantry. 1998 edition. Installation of the system shall include irrigation pump set. 1 No.0 Kg CO2 extinguisher and 1 No. Modification in the existing firewater ring main shall be carried out without disrupting the readiness of the existing fire fighting system or with minimum shutdown period.4 Portable Fire extinguishers Each fire hose cabinets shall be provided with 1 No. telecom room. The number of hose reels & landing valves and their length to reach all parts of the building shall be based on detailed design. Out door extinguishers to be protected by cabin with provision of natural ventilation. The soft landscaping shall also include the provision of fruit trees with minimum 2.

3 Landscaping The Contractor shall be responsible for the design of final layout of landscaping. fertilizers. Warning tapes and cable tiles & concrete route markers with texts approved by the COMPANY shall be provided for all trenches. If the provision of slope is not possible the water shall be collected to a soak away 1. 200 nos. If the flow of water is obstructed anywhere it shall be drained out by an open drain covered with grating. The irrigation shall be designed to take place in the evening and early morning hours of the day.. trench drains.5m high. of valves shall be provided with each auto valve. Backfilling around the cables / pipes shall be with selected soft sand in accordance with GASCO specification. as required. Waterlines. SURFACE DRAINAGE SYSTEM Contractor shall perform design and construction of surface drainage system to the approval of COMPANY. the distance between the cable shall be in accordance with relevant BS standards and DEP. of date palm trees (3m high trunks). 17. open drain channels. 19. Soft landscaping should be done in accordance with BS 3936 part / and BS 4428-products. etc. 17. compost.0 mx1. The system shall consist of all required modes of drains including gullies. When more than one cable is laying in the same trench. The provided layout drawings shall be considered as guideline drawing. materials such as top soil. 18.5 m and shall be drained to the shallow area by buried PVC lines. Fruit trees minimum 250nos. The water from the surrounding areas of the new building shall be disposed off effectively without possibility of stagnant water. All planting media shall be consists of well-prepared soil with required earthworks. flowerbeds of minimum 500m2 containing shrubs. signal cables and telephone cables shall be kept away for Page 100 of 102 . The general drainage system shall be by providing adequate slope to the pavement and roads to the unpaved areas to allow seepage to the ground. The irrigation area shall be divided into several zones by automatic solenoid valves. 200mm agricultural soil with added fertilizers. stallions. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CABLE / PIPELINE TRENCHES Trenches shall be excavated to required depth in accordance with approved drawing. small flowering plants.All valves to be pool type 2 Nos.4 Testing and Commissioning Contractor shall be responsible of tie-in testing and commissioning of the complete irrigation system. and workmanship should be in strict accordance with Abu Dhabi Municipality procedures.0 m x 1. The scope of works includes the provision of carpet lawn grass around the all facilities covered under this scope mainly around all new phase-3 facilities including the new asphalt connecting road. 1. plants. All cables shall be covered with concrete / PVC cables tiles as specified. outfall culvert and soak away etc.

21. etc. The Contractor shall have the primary responsibility for the daily site supervision and quality control of the works. AS-BUILT DOCUMENTS Page 101 of 102 . 23. Commissioning shall be carried out in accordance with agreed/approved commissioning procedures. Work rejected by COMPANY’s representative for this reasons shall be removed and shall be replaced at Contractor’s own cost. 22. thus providing positive evidence that the specifications and standards of good workmanship have been adhere to. Quality assurance systems and plans are established in accordance with ISO 9000. Filing of all documentation / certificate / test record. QUALITY ASSURANCE AND CONTROL The Contractor is to provide and maintain during the course of the work a quality assurance / control system covering all activities to ensure that all work carried-out under the Contract is adequately prepared. CLEAN UP On completion of the project the Contractor shall clean up the site and remove all surplus materials and debris and reinstate the site to the satisfaction of the Engineer. Concrete encased sleeves shall be provided for cables and pipelines under traffic accessible area. performed and documented. Construction debris shall be disposed off the site on regular basis to an approved tip. The Contractor shall keep record of all test results and shall issue two copies of these records to COMPANY’s representative. COMMISSIONING Contractor shall submit pre-commissioning and testing procedure for all services and utilities for COMPANY approval. The contractor shall record the daily maximum and minimum ambient temperature and relative humidity. Contractor shall appoint for this purpose a qualified quality Control Engineer. Non-compliance with the specifications for with the general accepted requirements for good workmanship shall lead to rejection of the work.a distance of 1000mm from electrical cables. Regular weekly tests shall be carried out on the aggregates for grading and moisture content or as directed by COMPANY’s representative. 20. The Contractor shall produce a complete set of as-built documentation of the total work approval of the COMPANYs representative. Additional spare sleeves shall be provided for all road crossings. shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.

c.2: Asbestos Management Procedure Attachment . External cable / piping layout – underground and above ground. Drawings and documents related to the modifications of existing facilities. ATTACHMENTS Attachment . d. e.1 Drawings Please refer to Drawings Package ** ** ** ** ** ** ** Page 102 of 102 .1: Project control requirements Attachment . Landscaping and external layout drawings. 24.3: Tentative Company Site Office Layout 24. g. b. Pre-commissioning and commissioning procedures. Architectural and Structural drawings. i. Vendor / supplier details and contacts. f. h.Contractor shall provide 2 sets of hard copy and one electronic copy in CD after the completion of construction works. Testing procedures and test results for all utilities and services. Structural and services design calculations. Relevant data sheets and catalogues. As built documentation shall include but not limited to following: a.

ANNEXURE 'A' PART 2 – SPECIFICATIONS REFER TO CD ATTACHED .

ANNEXURE 'A' PART 3 – QUALITY CONTROL AND ASSURANCE .

QUALITY CONTROL AND ASSURANCE
1. 1.1 CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES QUALITY CONTROL CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for producing a Quality Control Procedure for implementation. The procedure shall contain inspection report forms and test report forms to record the quality of the materials and workmanship, in accordance with the requirements of the AGREEMENT. Where applicable such reports shall contain details of weather conditions, humidity, temperature and particulars of application. The Procedures shall only be implemented with the approval of COMPANY. CONTRACTOR shall appoint an Inspection Engineer to implement the Quality Control Procedure. CONTRACTOR's Inspection Engineer shall be responsible for preparing the weekly Quality Control Reports, two copies of which together with all corresponding test and inspection report forms, shall be transmitted to COMPANY. 1.2 QUALITY ASSURANCE CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for producing and implementing a Quality Assurance Plan to ensure that inspection and testing of the WORKS is carried out in accordance with the relevant provisions of the AGREEMENT. CONTRACTOR shall appoint suitably qualified and experienced personnel to implement the approved Quality Assurance Plan. 1.3 TESTING Testing shall be in accordance with the requirements of the AGREEMENT. A full formal record shall be kept by CONTRACTOR. CONTRACTOR shall inform COMPANY at least Three (3) days in advance of all tests requiring witnessing so that COMPANY can be present for the test. 2. 2.1 INSPECTION AND TESTING BY COMPANY GENERAL COMPANY shall have the right to inspect at all times any tools, instruments, materials, staging, or equipment used or to be used in the performance of the WORKS. CONTRACTOR shall make all parts of the WORKS accessible for these inspections. 2.2 REJECTED WORK AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY shall have the right to condemn any and all tools, instruments, materials, staging, equipment, or work which does not conform to Specifications. Any defective work not conforming to Specifications shall be rectified by CONTRACTOR at no additional cost to COMPANY. Any condemned tools, instruments, materials, or equipment shall be replaced or rectified at no additional costs to COMPANY. 2.3 APPROVAL CONTRACTOR shall notify COMPANY Forty Eighty (48) hours before work or part of the work commences. Prior to final acceptance of part of or the complete work an inspection shall be made. CONTRACTOR shall make an inspection report which shall be signed by all parties. 3. 3.1 3.2 ACCEPTANCE OF COMPLETED WORK Before the labour shall be removed from SITE, a full report on outstanding and/or incomplete and/or remedial work shall be submitted to COMPANY for final approval. The inspection check list and test reports shall be used as back up for Provisional Acceptance Certificate (PAC) for the WORKS. The PAC shall be signed and dated by a Representative of CONTRACTOR and COMPANY to accept the WORKS.

ANNEXURE 'B' LIST OF DRAWINGS AND ATTACHMENTS
REFER TO CD ISSUED SEPARATELY, TO BE COLLECTED BY THE BIDDERS FROM GASCO CONTRACTS DEPARTMENT

ANNEXURE 'C' FREE ISSUE MATERIALS LIST
NONE

ANNEXURE 'D' FACILITIES PROVIDED BY COMPANY .

. documentation and access and egress of personnel. work permits. documentation and access and egress of personnel. security passes. COMPANY shall provide letters to assist CONTRACTOR in securing necessary licences. 2. equipment and operations in Abu Dhabi in connection with this AGREEMENT.FACILITIES PROVIDED BY COMPANY 1. visas. work permits. equipment and operations in Abu Dhabi. security passes. The provision of such Letters of Assistance shall not be construed so as to hold COMPANY liable for any delays in obtaining the said licences. Free services by COMPANY as per AGREEMENT documents shall be provided to CONTRACTOR as per COMPANY's standards and procedures. visas. or for not obtaining the same for any reason whatsoever. A minimum period of one week shall be required for the provision of such services after receipt from CONTRACTOR of a written request for the same.

ANNEXURE 'E' SPECIAL CONDITIONS .

6. When such an emergency occurs. and shall either accept or reject the same. 3.SPECIAL CONDITIONS 1. INSPECTION BY COMPANY COMPANY's representative shall inspect CONTRACTOR's work at each stage. SUPERINTENDENCE CONTRACTOR shall give or provide all necessary superintendence as necessary for the proper fulfilling of CONTRACTOR's obligations under this AGREEMENT. The rejected work shall be rectified by CONTRACTOR. FOOD AND ACCOMMODATION CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for food and accommodation of the SITE personnel assigned for the WORKS under this AGREEMENT. HAZARDOUS AREA The work area shall be in and around the Operating Units which shall be considered a hazardous area. TEMPORARY WORKS CONTRACTOR shall carry out all temporary works necessary for the completion of WORKS and shall remove them and clear the area as soon as the WORKS are complete. such delays/interruptions shall not entitle CONTRACTOR to reimbursement of additional costs. CONTRACTOR shall present specifications of materials to be used in WORKS for COMPANY's approval before placing the order. MATERIAL ACCEPTANCE CONTRACTOR shall not procure any material for use in WORKS unless prior approval shall be taken by CONTRACTOR from the COMPANY. CONTRACTOR shall supply electricity and water at CONTRACTOR‟s cost. COMPANY approval does not relieve CONTRACTOR from his obligation. RESTRICTED AREA CONTRACTOR shall fully recognise that the SITE shall be a restricted area and that all works and movement within it shall be subjected to the Operating Centre's Rules and Regulations and Instructions of the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Interior. entirely at its own cost and to the entire satisfaction of COMPANY. 5. The point of source shall be at COMPANY's discretion and subject to any requirements of COMPANY due to an emergency. 8. . under the AGREEMENT. 7. If CONTRACTOR shall experience unavoidable interruption of work due to operational or safety reasons. 2. to provide material as per the specifications and fit for the Project application. ELECTRICITY & WATER COMPANY shall provide free of charge electricity and water at source for the execution of the WORKS. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for all arrangements and costs of connection and distribution of electricity and water from point(s) of source to location(s) required for the execution of the WORKS. 4. CONTRACTOR shall fully familiarise itself with the safety rules/regulations and work permit procedures.

TEST AREAS FOR INSPECTION In order to facilitate the determination of inspection procedures CONTRACTOR shall. quality assurance data and reports. CONTRACTOR shall. temporary works and surplus materials not to be used at or near the same location during later stages of WORKS. and the remedial action proposed if the work shall be lagging behind schedule. 10. COMPANY APPROVALS Wherever in this Contract it is provided that an item.. 11. construction plant. SCAFFOLDING If scaffolding shall be required for safe performance of the WORKS. and 48 hours per week spread over six days for ASAB. a daily Progress Report detailing the accomplishments of the previous day along with the updated Master Chart. 12. During the month of Ramadan COMPANY working hours are reduced by 2 hours per day. procedures. CONTRACTOR shall absorb additional cost incurred by him. Such approval by COMPANY shall not relieve the CONTRACTOR of its obligations under the CONTRACT. Access to CONTRACTOR‟s works shall be granted to COMPANY or its representative at any reasonable time for the purpose of ascertaining progress. In general CONTRACTOR‟s submission during the tender stage. resulting from such change. . Habshan and Ruwais. 15. keep the working area including adjoining premises. All the above are notwithstanding the Company personnel shift working hours. BAB and BUHASA. procedure or any other matter is to be approved by the COMPANY. schedules. screens etc. CONTRACTOR shall ensure that the scaffolding shall be erected in such a manner so as not to interfere with other activities in the area. CONTRACTOR DOCUMENTS CONTRACTOR‟s certificates. WORKING HOURS COMPANY normal office working hours are : (1) (2) 40 hours per week spread over five days for HQ. and should comply with GASCO scaffolding permit. if so instructed by COMPANY. test results. at all times. are to be submitted to the COMPANY for approval. unless the context clearly indicates otherwise. All such submissions shall be resubmitted By CONTRACTOR for Company approval after the award. The use of wooden scaffolding shall not be permitted. PROGRESS OF WORKS CONTRACTOR shall submit to COMPANY.9. CLEANING UP CONTRACTOR shall maintain a high standard of housekeeping around the working area and shall provide any covers. such approval must be given by the Company authorized representative. Upon completion of any portion of the WORKS. 14. CONTRACTOR shall promptly remove all its equipment. necessary to protect adjoining areas not affected by the WORKS. clean and safe condition. Such approval or failure to approve by COMPANY shall in no way later diminish or in any way affect the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR under this Contract or at law. From time to time Company working hours may change. shall not be construed as approved by COMPANY for implementation during the Contract stage. etc. This work shall be deemed to be included in CONTRACTOR‟s lump sum prices for the WORKS. if any. in a neat. 13. prepare to predetermined standards test and sample areas either on Site or outside the Site. All such documents shall be handed over to and remain the property of the Company. CONTRACTOR shall erect the same using its own standard steel scaffolding materials.

TRAINING OF COMPANY STAFF (i) Training of the COMPANY‟s staff in the use and maintenance of software and equipment incorporated into the WORKS. During the construction. 20. PUBLIC RELATIONS Any service provided by contractor to the local authorities and Government officials in the spirit of public relations shall be for CONTRACTOR account.4 20. and installing the necessary temporary facilities required to carry out the WORKS. and the hand over of such documents shall be on CD-ROM with text search capabilities and proper indexing as agreed with COMPANY representatives. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for ensuring that his activities are carried out in accordance with safe working practices. temporary office at Site and all consumables for the performance of the Services. Organise workshops as part of the training process. workshops. 18. paint. which he will adhere to after COMPANY‟s approval. Mobilisation/demobilisation of CONTRACTOR personnel and equipment shall not be carried out without prior approval of COMPANY. 20. assembling and transporting all required equipment and tools to the SITE. 20.2 Demobilisation Demobilisation shall consist of terminating and transporting personnel off the SITE.1 Mobilisation Mobilisation and site work establishment shall consist of recruiting.3 Mobilisation and demobilisation costs shall be included in the CONTRACT PRICE. where applicable. TRANSPORTATION CONTRACTOR shall provide all the vehicles required to perform their services satisfactorily including transportation of their own personnel / courier / materials to and from the SITE. CONTRACTOR shall provide training and instruction to COMPANY‟s personnel who are to be engaged in COMMISSIONING and initial operations of the INSTALLATION in the use of all equipment and the operation and maintenance of the INSTALLATION and equipment.16. exhibit spare parts for display as part of the knowledge transfer to COMPANY staff or any other reasons. erection and COMMISSIONING of the INSTALLATION. The CONTRACTOR shall provide all deliverables in electronic format. disciplined by the location and climatic conditions under which the work is being performed and in compliance with COMPANY Safety Policies and Procedures. processing and transporting personnel to the work site ready to start work. At COMPANY‟s request. and the price of the same shall be shown in the BOQ. tools.5 20.6 21. (ii) (iii) (iv) . 19. 20. otherwise it shall be deemed to be included in the Contract Price. The works and fuel / lubricant charges for their vehicles shall be for CONTRACTOR account. 17. MOBILISATION AND DEMOBILISATION 20. CONTRACTOR shall indicate the required time for mobilisation and the proposed schedule to render and fully complete all the services as detailed in the Scope of Work.Unless noted otherwise CONTRACTOR shall provide all required equipment. removing equipment and tools from the SITE and final clean-up. Final clean-up shall be completed to the satisfaction of the COMPANY.

(v) At the request of the COMPANY. CONTRACTOR will develop young UAE nationals of various disciplines by exposure to real work roles in their Project Offices. (vi) . CONTRACTOR shall train a number of UAE Nationals in different disciplines relevant to the Works.

ANNEXURE 'F' CO-ORDINATION PROCEDURE .

If. They shall be handed over to COMPANY as required. Two (2) copies of this report shall be submitted by CONTRACTOR on Saturday afternoon. 3. CONTRACTOR shall prepare and issue the Minutes of all its meetings with COMPANY and shall be responsible for obtaining approval of these minutes prior to release within two (2) working days. a copy of the letter shall be immediately delivered to COMPANY's Representative for information. using a numbered SITE Instruction signed by COMPANY. 3. which require commitment from COMPANY. Any deviation from the agreed schedule shall be identified. telephonic conversation shall be used. Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 28 of the 'FORM OF AGREEMENT'. all written communication shall be at SITE level directly between COMPANY and CONTRACTOR except contractual matters. by craft. and the original shall be hand delivered to the Manager. . As far as possible. COMMUNICATION The English language shall be used for all correspondence reports instruction. planned manpower versus the actual on SITE and shall be broken down into individual disciplines.CO-ORDINATION PROCEDURE This procedure outlines the various responsibilities of the Representatives nominated by COMPANY and CONTRACTOR for the AGREEMENT. In such cases. SITE INSTRUCTIONS Instructions shall be confirmed in writing. drawings. by both PARTIES. The information required shall be as follows: i) ii) iii) A breakdown. hand delivery shall be an approved means of exchange of letters. specifications etc. of manpower and major equipment used by CONTRACTOR and its SUB-CONTRACTOR(S) on SITE. It shall become the Daily Field Log. for expediency. CONTRACTOR's representative shall be required to sign one copy of each instruction as confirmation of its receipt. this shall be confirmed in writing within two (2) working days. Commercial Division. A detailed narrative shall also accompany this report describing highlights and an analysis of the construction progress. Any other problem which shall affect the progress of the WORKS.2 DAILY REPORT CONTRACTOR shall prepare a standard form for Daily Reports which shall be approved by COMPANY. Construction highlights. CONTRACTOR shall carry out proper execution of the WORKS under supervision of COMPANY's Representative.1 WEEKLY REPORT (Construction Progress Report) A detailed report shall be prepared showing percentage completion figures in both tabular and graphical formats. This log shall be prepared and maintained daily and a copy shall be delivered to COMPANY next morning. 3. 2. REPORTS The reports mentioned below shall be required by COMPANY. 1. The completion figures shall show actual completion compared to scheduled. All efforts shall be made to keep the correspondence to the minimum.

each morning. in strict compliance with COMPANY procedure. Any delay or expense incurred. All staff of the CONTRACTOR working at SITE shall be provided with suitable badges highlighting the Company Name the Employee Name and the Job Title. PERFORMANCE AND PLANNING At the commencement of this AGREEMENT. All planning documents shall be updated weekly and submitted to COMPANY as part of the construction progress report. CONTRACTOR shall assist and co-ordinate with COMPANY to comply with requirements for safety and operation until the permit shall be obtained. 5. Site work permits shall be in accordance with COMPANY Safety/Security Regulations. Such activity on this bar chart shall indicate construction stages to meet requirement for target assessments. CONTRACTOR shall contact the Ministry as soon as it receives the Tender Invitation to familiarise itself with their procedure. 5.MONTHLY REPORT 4. resulting from securing permission/permits from the Authorities shall not entitle CONTRACTOR to any claim for extension of mobilisation time or completion dates or additional payments.2 SITE WORK PERMITS When undertaking work requiring a permit. time delay on account of passes shall be minimised. The minutes of such meetings shall be written by CONTRACTOR and approved by COMPANY. COMPANY shall provide CONTRACTOR with Assistance Letters to help CONTRACTOR to obtain the passes.3 Any delay or expenses for securing necessary permission/permits from the concerned authorities shall not entitle CONTRACTOR to any claim for extension of completion date or additional payments. CONTRACTOR shall familiarise itself with all requirements of the Ministry well in advance. A meeting with COMPANY shall be held daily when CONTRACTOR shall report Programme status at that time and planned construction activities for the coming week. before commencing work in the designated area.1 PERMITS/PERMISSIONS SECURITY PASSES The Ministry of Interior issues security passes to CONTRACTOR's staff assigned to the PROJECT. . 5. CONTRACTOR shall detail its programme with actual dates shown on the bar charts. 5. so that on AGREEMENT award.

ANNEXURE ‘G’ SAFETY REGULATIONS .

gas and fire alarms. the CONTRACTOR shall provide supervision that is capable of communicating all HSE-related information and instructions to the CONTRACTORS staff and ensuring that there is a full understanding of the HSE-related information and instructions by the CONTRACTORS staff. TRANSPORTATION If the scope of WORKS includes provision of transportation for the COMPANY‟s staff. other people and the Environment. CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE PROVISION OF HSE TRAINING FOR HIS STAFF COMPANY shall make available to CONTRACTOR at SITE. The CONTRACTOR shall be able to demonstrate that his staff: 1. COMPANY access control procedure. COMPANY shall also have the right to audit the competency of CONTRACTORS staff with regard to HSE matters. COMPANY protective clothing requirements. The CONTRACTOR shall maintain records of the training provided to his staff. It shall be the responsibility of CONTRACTOR to ensure strict adherence to such Regulations. SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT REGULATIONS COMPANY shall make available to CONTRACTOR at SITE. The COMPANY shall have the right to reject and / or remove any of the CONTRACTORS staff who fail to meet the COMPANY requirements. During the HSE induction training. Urdu and Hindi. and ensure full understanding of the COMPANY HSE induction training by all of the CONTRACTORS staff to the full satisfaction of COMPANY. COMPANY Permit to Work procedure. Have received this Health Safety and Environment training Have understood the training and are competent to carry out their duties. the Contractor is deemed to have visited Gasco Website at tender stage. 4. the CONTRACTOR shall be obliged to install Intelligent Video Motion Detection system (IVMD) in all the vehicles used for such transportation purpose.HEALTH. If the CONTRACTOR supplies any staff who do not have a basic level of understanding of verbal and written English. 2. 5. 2. The CONTRACTOR shall normally supply personnel who have a basic level of understanding of verbal and written English. The CONTRACTOR is responsible for providing his staff with Health. Safety and Environment (HSE) training to enable them to perform their duties in a manner that protects the Health and Safety of themselves. a copy of its HSE MS Policy in respect of WORKS on site. the CONTRACTOR shall provide a supervisor who is able to communicate the COMPANY HSE induction training to the CONTRACTORS staff in other languages. particularly Arabic. . It shall be the responsibility of CONTRACTOR to ensure strict adherence to such Regulations / Systems and it is agreed that his price allows for and includes the cost of compliance with the said requirement. evacuation. INDUCTION TRAINING TO CONTRACTOR STAFF BY COMPANY COMPANY shall provide the CONTRACTORS staff with HSE induction training (in English) in order to ensure that they understand: 1. The hazards of the COMPANY plants. 3. a copy of its HSE Policy in respect of WORKS. and therefore understands and have considered the Company‟s HSE Management System Part I. equipment and materials COMPANY emergency procedures. However.

.PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS MEDICAL CHECKS The CONTRACTOR shall demonstrate at the commencement of the project by way of documentary evidence that all its professional drivers (staff employed as drivers) that would be involved or participate in the execution of the WORKS have undergone medical checks are in good health conditions.

ANNEXURE 'H' BANK GUARANTEES .

.... The amount of this Performance Bank Guarantee shall be increased proportionally should the initial contract price or cumulative gross payments to the CONTRACTOR under this AGREEMENT be increased beyond the initial CONTRACT PRICE.... (GASCO) (hereinafter referred to as “COMPANY”) has entered into the above AGREEMENT with ... charges......... hereby irrevocably and unconditionally guarantee and undertake to COMPANY. (GASCO) P.. : AGREEMENT TITLE : DIVISION : DATE: Dear Sirs.O. ..... without any right of defence..ANNEXURE ‘H’ PERFORMANCE BANK GUARANTEE ABU DHABI GAS INDUSTRIES LTD.. additions or amendments which may be made to the AGREEMENT. imposts. We [Name of the Bank] established in Abu Dhabi and having our address at P. and we hereby expressly waive notice to us of any such changes.A. levies. : GUARANTEE AMOUNT : CONTRACT PRICE : AGREEMENT NO. Yours faithfully. Box . deductions or withholdings of any nature whatsoever and by whomsoever imposed..E. extensions or forbearance...... by transfer to an account in COMPANY‟s name at such bank in Abu Dhabi as COMPANY shall stipulate or in such other manner as shall be acceptable to COMPANY.O. Whereas Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd... (hereinafter referred to as “CONTRACTOR”) for . duties. modifications. in consideration of the above.A..... fees... Abu Dhabi... additions... _________________________________ Authorised Signature and Stamp of Bank . Box No..... or in the payments to be made on account thereof.....E. Such written request shall be conclusively binding on us for all purposes under this Performance Bank Guarantee..... Therefore. We further agree that any payment made hereunder shall be made free and clear of and without deductions for or on account of any present or future taxes.... This Performance Bank Guarantee shall be governed by and interpreted under the laws of Abu Dhabi and the U. modifications.. amendments. This Performance Bank Guarantee shall come into force on the date hereof and shall continue until issue of the FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE . and whereas CONTRACTOR shall be required under the AGREEMENT to procure a Performance Bank Guarantee issued by a bank in favour of COMPANY in support of the due and proper performance of the obligations undertaken by CONTRACTOR in respect of the above-mentioned AGREEMENT......... U..... set off or counterclaim whether on our behalf or on behalf of CONTRACTOR to pay to COMPANY a sum not exceeding (Figures) (Letters) or any lesser sum specified by COMPANY upon receipt of COMPANY‟s written request addressed to us in the event that CONTRACTOR fails to perform or fulfil any of its obligations set forth in the AGREEMENT. 665 Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates SUBJECT: PERFORMANCE BANK GUARANTEE REF.... We agree that any changes..... or in the work to be performed thereunder. shall not in any way release us from our continuing liability hereunder... or any extensions of the time for performance or other forbearance on the part of either COMPANY or CONTRACTOR to the other or to any other guarantor of the obligations of either of them.

.. : AGREEMENT TITLE : DIVISION : DATE: Dear Sirs.. by transfer to an account in COMPANY‟s name at such bank in Abu Dhabi as COMPANY shall stipulate or in such other manner as shall be acceptable to COMPANY. in consideration of the above.... Upon issue of the PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE the amount of this Retention Bank Guarantee shall reduce by fifty (50) percent. . without any right of defence. We further agree that any payment made hereunder shall be made free and clear of and without deductions for or on account of any present or future taxes....... hereby irrevocably and unconditionally guarantee and undertake to COMPANY.. Box .. modifications.. and whereas CONTRACTOR shall be required under the AGREEMENT to procure a Retention Bank Guarantee issued by a bank in favour of COMPANY in support of the due and proper performance of the obligations undertaken by CONTRACTOR in respect of the above-mentioned AGREEMENT.ANNEXURE ‘H’ RETENTION BANK GUARANTEE Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. : GUARANTEE AMOUNT : CONTRACT PRICE : AGREEMENT NO.... _________________________________ Authorised Signature and Stamp of Bank . The amount of this Retention Bank Guarantee shall be increased proportionally should the initial contract price or cumulative gross payments to the CONTRACTOR under this AGREEMENT be increased beyond the initial CONTRACT PRICE.. Abu Dhabi.E.. or any extensions of the time for performance or other forbearance on the part of either COMPANY or CONTRACTOR to the other or to any other guarantor of the obligations of either of them....A. charges. which shall be an amount equivalent to five (5) percent of the initial CONTRACT PRICE. This Retention Bank Guarantee shall be governed by and interpreted under the laws of Abu Dhabi and the U. We agree that any changes.. or in the work to be performed thereunder.. (GASCO) (hereinafter referred to as “COMPANY”) has entered into the above AGREEMENT with .. imposts. additions. We [Name of the Bank] established in Abu Dhabi and having our address at P... extensions or forbearance. (hereinafter referred to as “CONTRACTOR”) for .. U...... shall not in any way release us from our continuing liability hereunder...... additions or amendments which may be made to the AGREEMENT.E. amendments.A.O. duties. This Retention Bank Guarantee shall remain valid until issue of the FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE... Box No.. set off or counterclaim whether on our behalf or on behalf of CONTRACTOR to pay to COMPANY a sum not exceeding (Figures) (Letters) or any lesser sum specified by COMPANY upon receipt of COMPANY‟s written request addressed to us in the event that CONTRACTOR fails to perform or fulfil any of its obligations set forth in the AGREEMENT. modifications.. Yours faithfully.. deductions or withholdings of any nature whatsoever and by whomsoever imposed..O... Whereas Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. Therefore.. This Retention Bank Guarantee shall come into force on the date hereof in the guarantee amount written above... Such written request shall be conclusively binding on us for all purposes under this Retention Bank Guarantee. fees. 665 Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates SUBJECT: RETENTION BANK GUARANTEE REF.. or in the payments to be made on account thereof. levies.. (GASCO) P.. and we hereby expressly waive notice to us of any such changes...

ANNEXURE ‘I’ INSURANCE CONFIRMATION LETTER & DEDUCTIBLES .

Dear Sir. Box 665 Abu Dhabi . Name Corporate or Company Seal Authorised Signature Name of CONTRACTOR By: Title: . subsidiaries and all other companies in the ADNOC Group of Companies and  COMPANY being included/named as an additional insured in the capacity of principal which are endorsed to the insurance policy(ies). ______________ No.E. We hereby confirm that we have effected the following valid insurance policy(ies). __________________ Name of Policy 2. (SAMPLE ENDORSEMENT COPY ATTACHED).ANNEXURE ‘I’ INSURANCE CONFIRMATION LETTER & DEDUCTIBLES (TO BE TYPED ON CONTRACTOR‟S LETTERHEAD. which comply(ies) with all the requirements and conditions stipulated in the Liability. employees.……………………………………. Name _______________________ Insuring Co. agents. Insurance & Indemnity Article of the above AGREEMENT including inter-alia:  Waiver of subrogation against COMPANY. 1. SUBJECT: CONFIRMATION OF INSURANCE POLICIES AGREEMENT NO. : ……………………. its servants.. __________________ Name of Policy ______________ No.O. __________________ Name of Policy 4.A. SIGNED & STAMPED BY AUTHORIZED PERSON) To Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. with M/s…………………. Name _______________________ Insuring Co. ________________ Expiring on ________________ Expiring on ________________ Expiring on ________________ Expiring on _______________________ Insuring Co.U. __________________ Name of Policy 3. AGREEMENT TITLE : ………………………………………. ______________ No. (GASCO) P. Name _______________________ Insuring Co. ______________ No.

flow lines or umbilical being installed where each Contract Value does not exceed US$ 2. US$ 15.000 US$ 30.500.CURRENT Deductibles Deductibles (EACH AND EVERY LOSS) A.000 3.000 US$ 52. US$ 120. For defective parts/ defective design/ faulty Workmanship (Onshore Projects). US$ 120.000 2.500 4. US$ 150. in respect of Onshore Works. Salvage Charges. Any one accident or occurrence in respect of loss or damage to existing property. Sections I & II: 1.000/ - US$ 120. Actual and/or Constructive and/or Compromised Total Loss of the subject matter insured).but for all tie-ins and pipeline crossings deductibles to be agreed.000/. Any one accident or occurrence in respect of Offshore pipeline repair work including all pipeline. During testing / commissioning (Onshore Projects).500. in respect of Offshore works.000 Any one accident or occurrence in respect of loss or damage to Offshore works (including testing/ commissioning and defective part / defective design/ faulty workmanship).000 US$ 25. US$ 60. Any one accident or occurrence in respect of loss or damage pertaining to roads and/or sewerage works. .000 Any one accident or occurrence (other than those arising from General Average. in respect of Onshore Works. US$ 30. Any one accident or occurrence in respect of loss or damage to existing property in respect of any contract including pipelines where contract value does not exceed US$ 2.000 Any one accident or occurrence in respect of loss or damage to Onshore works and maintenance other than in respect of roads and/or sewerage works. Salvage. in respect of Offshore Works.000 Any one accident or occurrence in respect of loss or damage to existing property. Any one accident or occurrence in respect of Third Party Liability. US$ 7.000 Any one accident or occurrence in respect of Third Party liability.000 SECTION III US$ 5.

THE PRINCIPAL SHALL OBSERVE AND BE SUBJECT TO THE TERMS. INSURED : : : : Endorsement Issue Date: ____________ Policy Issue Date : ____________ NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING CONTAINED HEREIN TO THE CONTRARY.THE FOLLOWING CLAUSES ARE DEEMED TO BE INCORPORATED UNDER THIS POLICY: ADDITIONAL INSURED: GASCO IS DEEMED TO BE AN ADDITIONAL INSURED IN THEIR CAPACITY AS PRINCIPAL FOR ANY CLAIMS BROUGHT AGAINST THEM BY THE EMPLOYEES OF THE INSURED NAMED IN THE SCHEDULE.. ITS PARENTS. IT IS HEREBY AGREED AND UNDERSTOOD THAT IN RESPECT OF THE INSUREDS CONTRACT FOR …………………………………………………………………VIDE CONTRACT NO………………. POLICY NO. CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS OF THIS POLICY AND THE INCLUSION OF THIS EXTENSION SHALL NOT INCREASE THE LIMIT OF INSURERS LIABILITY HEREUNDER. To attach to the above Policy and form part thereof subject otherwise to the terms. . SUCH CLAIMS BEING OTHERWISE INDEMNIFIABLE UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS POLICY. (INSURANCE COMPANY) Date:…………………. SUBSIDIARIES AND ALL OTHER COMPANIES IN GASCO GROUP.SAMPLE ENDORSEMENT Workmen’s Compensation DEPARTMENT ENDORSEMENT NO. conditions and limitations of the Policy. WAIVER OF SUBROGATION: THE INSURERS AGREE TO WAIVE ANY RIGHTS OF SUBROGATION THEY MAY HAVE AGAINST GASCO.

ANNEXURE 'J' ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATES AND RELEASE LETTER .

................................................................................................. PART ........... By: ............................. effective from ........................................ on behalf of Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd..... TITLE : : DESCRIPTION OF WORKS .....................................................................….............PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE ABU DHABI GAS INDUSTRIES LTD.......................................................................... subject to the Warranty conditions contained in the AGREEMENT..................................... and are now handed over to Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd................................................................................................................................………………………............ COMPANY: ...................................... Title: ............................ except for those items enumerated in Appendix 1.. Title: ......II The above WORKS have been completed in accordance with the provisions of the AGREEMENT.................................................................................................................................................... (GASCO) subject to the Warranty conditions contained in the AGREEMENT.................................................……………....................... (GASCO) in good order with the exceptions as described in Appendix 1...... Date: ...........................................................................………………………......... PART .......................................... (GASCO) DIVISION PART – I TENDER NO.......... By: ...... ... (GASCO) cc: Commercial Division ........................................... For and on behalf of: .............III The above WORKS have been provisionally accepted with effect from ................... For and on behalf of: Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd................ Date: ................................................ CONTRACTOR: ....................

PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE ABU DHABI GAS INDUSTRIES LTD. TITLE : : APPENDIX 1 EXCEPTIONS TO COMPLETION COMPANY to detail above any and all exceptions to the completion of the WORKS described in this PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE. (GASCO) DIVISION TENDER NO. .

............. Commercial Division ...... (GASCO) cc: Head.....................................FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE ABU DHABI GAS INDUSTRIES LTD..... with effect from .................. (GASCO) in For and on behalf of: Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd..……………………….............................................I DESCRIPTION OF WORKS ............. TITLE : : PART ................200… Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd............................. .............. PART ............... Contracts Dept................................................................. ________________________________ For and on behalf of: (CONTRACTOR) PART ... FINAL PAYMENT DUE FROM COMPANY TO CONTRACTOR IS UAE DIRHAMS ..........III The above WORKS have been finally accepted on behalf of apparent good order... (GASCO) DIVISION TENDER NO..................................II The above WORKS have been finally completed in accordance with the provisions of the AGREEMENT and final payment is now due...............………………………..

........O.... all works of repair...... or related to.............. the execution and completion of the WORKS................................... IN WITNESS WHEREOF CONTRACTOR has caused this instrument to be executed by its duly authorised representative(s) this . accounts damages... TITLE: ......... or death of.......E............................. in connection with..... all sums due or to become due and all debts. P........ any persons or damage to............. 2....................... 3...... the AGREEMENT.... or related to the said AGREEMENT or labour performed or materials and equipment furnished by CONTRACTOR in connection with....................................... rectification and making good defects. without further payment....... hereby releases and forever discharges COMPANY.. judgements.................. and costs related hereto in any manner....... labour performed or materials and equipment furnished in connection with................................. ..... claims and demands of every nature and kind whatsoever in any manner arising out of.....) by CONTRACTOR from ABU DHABI GAS INDUSTRIES LTD......……………... attachments... Box ............... TITLE : : KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS............. (GASCO)(hereinafter referred to as "COMPANY"). liens.................. or related to.. BY: ........... CONTRACTOR‟s SEAL: ..... imperfections.................................... (hereinafter referred to as "CONTRACTOR") for and in consideration of the receipt of the sum of Dhs..... Abu Dhabi............................ THAT .............. obligations.. CONTRACTOR acknowledges its continuing liability to COMPANY for executing...................................... there are no unsettled claims for injuries to. or incidental to... representing the final payment under this AGREEMENT dated the ........ or related to........................... or incidental to............ CONTRACTOR hereby represents. the AGREEMENT have been paid and satisfied..... and subsequent amendments between CONTRACTOR and COMPANY............. and for the purpose of inducing COMPANY to issue the FINAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE and make the aforesaid final payment.......................………..... property in any manner arising out of......... day of ................... reconstruction.................. 4......RELEASE LETTER (TO BE TYPED IN ORIGINAL ON CONTRACTOR‟S HEADED PAPER) TENDER NO...........A................ or incidental to............. NAME OF CONTRACTOR: .. U..................... demands.....200.................. its successors-in-interest and assignees and their property from all claims and demands whatsoever in any manner arising out of................... the WORKS.. the aforesaid AGREEMENT... SIGNATURE: ... arising out of.... ...... amendment...... CONTRACTOR shall indemnify and hold harmless COMPANY and its successors and assignees from and against any claims.. (.............. 200. warrants and agrees that: 1............................. day of .............. or destruction of........... shrinkages or other faults as shall have been or be required in writing by COMPANY during the Maintenance Period or within fourteen (14) days after its expiration........ In consideration of.............................