PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT ARUNACHAL PRADESH

SCHEDULE OF RATES FOR

ROAD AND BRIDGE WORKS 2010 ZERO LEAD BASED: (EXCLUDING CARTAGE COST)
PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER (DESIGN & PLANNING) P.W.D, ARUNACHAL PRADESH

ITANAGAR

FOREWORD The schedule of Rates for Roads and Bridges works under PWD, Arunachal Pradesh, was last revised in 2009. Because of the increase in the market of road construction materials such as bitumen, stone aggregates, cement steel etc; wages of labour; and cost of POL etc, it has become necessary to revise the schedule. Hence the new Arunachal Pradesh Works Department Schedule of Rates (Roads and Bridges) 2010 is now being brought out. Basic structure and methodology for analysis of items are as per the Standard Data Book of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Govt of India, New Delhi. The related computer programme of ministry has been deployed for undertaking the analysis. The programme will enable the department to update the schedule as and when required. The rates adopted for factory products such as cement, steel, bitumen are based on current market rate prevailing at Guwahati. As regards quarry and forest produces, the rate prevailing at Itanagar has been adopted. Thus the work item rates are nominal rates, analysed with basic rates of material at zero lead. For arriving at the actual works rate applicable at the given location, cartage rates derived as per prescribed methodology must be added to this nominal item rates to account for the cost of transportation of the construction materials to the work site. The user of this SOR would, therefore, be advised to add cartage costs to the nominal item rates contained herein, as would be applicable and appropriate and otherwise arrived at separately through prescribed procedure, as mentioned above. Although, all care has been taken to update the schedule in the best possible manner, there may be still undetected error and scope for its further improvement. All Superintending Engineers, Executive Engineers, Assistant Engineer under PWD and other works department may, therefore feel free to point out any error, or give their suggestion for further improvement and feedback on reasonability of rates while preparing estimates. I would like to record my sincere appreciation of the efforts of Er.Tabe Doni, SE and his team of dedicated officers especially Er.C.S.Namshum, EE, Er.Chukhu Tacho, AE, Er.Kading Dai, JE and other staff in bringing out this Schedule of Rate. Finally, I take pleasure in releasing the Arunachal Pradesh Public Works Department Schedule of Rates (Roads and Bridges) 2010 for its official use.

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(Kenjom Ete) Chief Engineer (Design and Planning) PWD, Arunachal Pradesh Itanagar.

INDEX

Basic Notes for preparation of Schedule of Rates. Lead Chart for carriage of materials to various destinations in Arunachal Pradesh from Guwahati. Carriage Analysis for Plain and Hill Roads. Carriage of materials by mechanical transport (including loading, unloading and stacking). (A) Usage Rates of Plant and Machinery. (B) Labour. (C) Materials. CHAPTER – 1 CHAPTER – 2 CHAPTER – 3 CHAPTER – 4 CHAPTER – 5 CHAPTER – 6 CHAPTER – 8 CHAPTER – 9 CHAPTER – 10 CHAPTER – 11 CHAPTER – 12 CHAPTER – 13 CHAPTER – 14 CHAPTER – 15 CHAPTER – 16 Carriage of materials Site clearance Earthwork, erosion control and drainage Sub-bases, bases (Non-bituminous) and shoulders Bases and surface courses (bituminous) Cement concrete pavements Traffic signs, markings & other road appurtenances Pipe culverts Maintenance of Roads Horticulture Foundations Substructure Superstructure River training and protection works Repair and rehabilitation

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A. Roads Works

Basic Notes for Preparation of Schedule of Rates
The basic approach for the preparation of schedule of rates for Road Works is indicated as under :

Description of items
1. The description of items is given briefly and linked with the relevant clause of the MoRT&H Specifications for Road and Bridge Works, which may be referred for detailed description, provisions and interpretation. Mechanical Means Due to mechanization of construction work, rate for various items have been derived using mechanical means. However, manual means have also been provided for certain cases, where areas may be inaccessible for machines or quantum of work may not be large enough to justify use of machines. 3. Overhead Charges i. Site accomodation, setting up plant, access road, water supply, electricity and general site arrangements. Office furniture, equipment and communications. Expenditure on a) Corporate office of contractor b) Site Supervision c) Documentation and "as built" drawings iv. v. vi. vii. viii. Mobilisation/de-mobilisation of resources. Labour camps with minimum amenities and transportation to work sites. Light vehicles for site supervision including administrative and managerial requirements Laboratory equipment and quality control including field and laboratory testing Minor T&P and survey instruments and setting out works, including verification of line, dimensions, trial pits and bore holes, where required Watch and ward Traffic management during construction Expenditure on safeguarding environment Sundries Financing Expenditure Sales/Turn over tax Work Insurance/compensation

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ix. x. xi. xii. xiii. xiv. xv. 3.1

10 percent overhead charges has been considered in the schedule of rates
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Contractor Profit 10 percent of cost of works. Contractor profit is also added on overhead charges.

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Basic Inputs Basic inputs are only given in the standard data book. The rates for material and labour are as per the prevailing market/govt. rates at Itanagar.

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Plants and Equipment A dozer is proposed for excavation where cutting and filling for the roadway is within 100 m. For longer leads, a combination of hydraulic excavator and tipper is proposed. Keeping in view the job and managerial factors and the age factor of machines, the output of plant and equipment is taken approximately 70 percent of the rated capacity given by manufacture under ideal conditions. It has been assumed that a water tanker would make one trip per hour on an average. Water charges have not been included for items where the requirement is very nominal. It is assumed that the same would be covered under sundries. Output of plant/equipment is considered for the compacted quantities. The usage charges for machines include ownership charges, cost of repair and maintenance including replacement of tyres and running and operating charges which includes crew, fuel and lubricants. Materials Quantities of materials considered in the rate are approximate for the purpose of estimating and include normal wastages. Actual consumption would have to be based on mix design. Arunachal Pradesh has typical and hard terrain having different altitude, wherein maximum construction material are brought from Assam and utilised in different station located in state. Hence, to maintain the uniformity in rates, it is decided to prepare the APSR-2010 without considering any lead on materials and aggregate. The transportation cost shall be included in the estimate as per distance from the source of procurement of material/aggregate . The following sources has been adopted in the schedule 2010. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) All steel items/Bitumen product - Guwahati Plus Lead upto Itanagar. Cement :- Guwahati Plus Lead upto Itanagar. Bricks :- Nearest Kiln in Assam( Borgaon) Plus lead upto Itanagar. Aggregate :- At nearest Quarry / Batching plant at Itanagar Other items :- Avarage market rates fixed for Itanagar. R.C.C. Hume Pipes :- Naharlagun/Likabali or nearby source in Assam.

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The alternative proposal for crushing own aggregate by installing crusher is compared with procurement of crushed aggregates from the market and proposal found economical is adopted.

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The specifications of materials shall be governed by section 1000 of MoRT&H Specifications for Road and Bridge Works. Labour The avarage market rate has been adopted which are workable in the state One mate has been provided for 25 labours

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12 .1 10. Contractor will make his own arrangements for borrowing earth. In case of Hot Mix Plant Zero lead has been considered. 10. The contractor shall arrange to provide and maintain an adequate equipment field laboratory as per Clause 121. where required.11 10. The loading and unloading for such cases have been provided separately. The loading and unloading for such cases have been provided separately.9. Arrangement for traffic during construction shall be as per Clause 112 of MoRT&H Specifications for Road and Bridge Works.3 Sundries to cater for unforeseen contincency and miscelleneous items have been added in the overhead charges. Zero lead has been considered for the stone aggregates in order to work out the actual rates of aggregates by adding the transportation cost up to the site of work. Credit for Dismantled Material Credit for dismantled materials has not been included in this schedule of rates. However. The various activities of works shall also be documented by phtographs and vedio cassettes as per Clauses 125 & 126 of MoRT&H Specifications.2 Where the quantity of material to be tranported is small such as dismantled materials and the same are required to be loaded manually. The rates of items include cost of testing of soil.8 10.2 General : The clause numbers refer to MoRT&H Specifications for Road and Bridges Works.km where lead is variable.1 Carriage of Materials The unit for vehicle for carriage has been taken as under : a) In hours where lead is variable.10 10. b) c) d) 9. Page 4 10. 9.7 The source of material and samples are required to be approved by the Engineer before start of any work. which can be utilised for works and to be reflected in the estimate. Assumptions made have been indicated in respective chapter in the form of notes. The use of surface by construction vehicles shall be governed by Clause 119 of MoRT&H Specifications. Quality Control of works shall be governed by Section 900 of MoRT&H Specifications.9 10. materials and works.4 10. 10.6 10. compensation for earth taken from private land has been included in the rate for construction of embankment with borrowed earth. provision of tractor-trolley has been made instead of tipper. 10.5 10. The lead may be considered as per actual location of plant. 10. The dismantled materials should be examined and a realistic assessment made for such materials. In tonne .

better corrosion resistance. the items given in respective chapters in bridge section may be reffered.16 10. For pricing of RCC slab culverts.15 10.17 10.22 10.20 10.21 10. the scope and specifications should be worked out and defined in a detailed manner in the tender document to avoid any dispute during execution. 10 per cent extra cement has been provided for concreting under water.18 10.24 In case it is decided to include the following items and their maintenance in the BOQ.19 10. The coarse and fine aggregates shall conform to IS:383. Item Site office and furniture for Engineer and his staff.23 10.14 The classification of soil shall be as per Clause 301. MoRT&H Clause 120 122 124 Page 5 . Site residential accomodation for Engineer and other supervisory staff. Providing and maintaining vehicle for the Engineer. The hire charge rates for machinery and equipment are taken from the Standard Data Book and prevailing market rate. Enquiries from these are made on technical specifications and use of such products considered in works based on performance in works where these have already been used.13 10. Items for hilly terrain have been analysed separately. The earth excavated from foundations has been considered to be backfilled and balance utilised locally for road work except in the case of marshy soil. Some of major steel producing firms have evolved thermo-mechanically treated steel which has enhanced strength. weld ability and high temparature thermal resistance. Grade of cement may be adopted as per mix design.10. The rate for removal of unsuitable soil does not provide for replacement by suitable soil which will have to be paid separately. where required.2 of MoRT&H Specifications. Quantities of cement in various grades of cement concrete have been taken as per IRC:21-2000 and IRC:18-2000. 10. ductility.

B. vii. access road. Overhead Charges The rates include over head charges considering the following elements i. v. vi. Page 6 . Laboratory equipment and quality control including field and laboratory testing Minor T&P and survey instruments and setting out works. Office furniture. ii. water supply. Site accomodation. where required Watch and ward Traffic management during construction Expenditure on safeguarding environment Sundries Financing Expenditure Sales/Turn over tax Work Insurance/compensation ix. provisions and interpretation. iii. xii. setting up plant. xiv. equipment and communications. which may be referred for detailed description. electricity and general site arrangements. dimensions. trial pits and bore holes. xi. Labour camps with minimum amenities and transportation to work sites. x. including verification of line. Expenditure on a) Corporate office of contractor b) Site Supervision c) Documentation and "as built" drawings iv. Mobilisation/de-mobilisation of resources. viii. xv. Light vehicles for i t site supervision including administrative and managerial 2. xiii. Bridge Works Basic Notes The basic approach for the preparation of schedule of rates for Bridge works in indicated as under : 1. Description of items The description of items is given briefly and linked with relevant clause of MoRT&H's Specifications for Road and Bridge Works.

4 The specifications of materials shall be governed by section 1000 of MoRT&H Specifications for Road and Bridge Works. 7. The transportation cost shall be included in the estimate as per distance from the source of procurement of material/aggregate . Hence.Klin in Assam nearby to Arunachal Pradesh Aggregate :. Arunachal Pradesh has typical and hard terrain having different altitude. Labour The avarage market rate has been adopted which are workable in the state One mate has been provided for 25 labours 8.At quarry nearby site of work. 5. R.Naharlagun/Likabali or nearby source in Assam.3 The alternative proposal for crushing own aggregate by installing crusher is compared with procurement of crushed aggregates from the market and proposal found economical is adopted.3. POL and Operational charges. Plants and Equipment The usage/hire charges of machinery/equipment have been worked out based upon present cost of equipments.1 4. Basic Inputs Basic inputs are only given in the standard data book. Actual consumption would have to be based on mix design. it is decided to prepare the APSR-2010 without considering any lead on materials and aggregate. to maintain the uniformity in rates.Guwahati Cement :.2 7.C. The following sources has been adopted in the schedule 2010. 7.Avarage market rates fixed for all district headquarter of state.Banderdewa/Bhalukpong/Likabali/Dholla/Margherita Bricks :. wherein maximum construction material are brought from Assam and utilised in different station located in state.1 8. 20 percent overhead charges has been considered in the schedule of rates Contractor Profit 10 percent of cost of works. Other items :. Hume Pipes :.C. Contractor profit is also added on overhead charges. 7.1 Materials Quantities of materials considered in the rate are approximate for the purpose of estimating and include normal wastages. 8.2 Page 7 . (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) All steel items/Bitumen product . 7. The rates for material and labour are as 6. repairs.

5 10. where required. Zero lead has been considered for the stone aggregates in order to work out the actual rates of aggregates by adding the transportation cost up to the site of work. The loading and unloading for such cases have been provided sparately.13 Page 8 . However. The contractor shall arrange to provide and maintain an adequate equipment field laboratory as per Clause 121. 10. The various activities of works shall also be documented by phtographs and vedio cassettes as per Clauses 125 & 126 of MoRT&H Specifications.7 The source of material and samples are required to be approved by the Engineer before start of any work. The classification of soil shall be as per Clause 301.3 10. 10.1 Carriage of Materials The unit for vehicle for carriage has been taken as under : a) b) c) In hours where lead is variable.2 General : The clause numbers refer to MoRT&H Specifications for Road and Bridges Works.6 10.1 10. which can be utilised for works and to be reflected in the estimate.8 10.9 10.2 of MoRT&H Specifications. Assumptions made have been indicated in respective chapter in the form of notes.4 10. Contractor will make his own arrangements for borrowing earth. Quality Control of works shall be governed by Section 900 of MoRT&H Specifications. 10. 10. The loading and unloading for such cases have been provided sparetely.9. compensation for earth taken from private land has been included in the rate for construction of embankment with borrowed earth. In tonne . The earth excavated from foundations has been considered to be backfilled and balance utilised locally for road work except in the case of marshy soil. materials and works.11 10.10 10.km where lead is variable. Arrangement for traffic during construction shall be as per Clause 112 of MoRT&H Specifications for Road and Bridge Works. 9. The dismantled materials should be examined and a realistic assessment made for such materials. Credit for Dismantled Material Credit for dismantled materials has not been included in this schedule of rates.12 10. The rates of items include cost of testing of soil. Sundries to cater for unforeseen contincency and miscelleneous items have been added in the overhead charges.

Grade of cement may be adopted as per mix design.5 m and concreting layer to 450 mm. 11. better corrosion resistance. Item Site office and furniture for Engineer and his staff.16 10.3 11. The item for singking of wells cover diameters from 6 m to 12 and Twin D Type and size 12 m x 6 m. Guide Bund The item for the guide bund are excavation. In case it is decided to include the following items and their maintenance in the BOQ. 10.19 10. The coarse and fine aggregates shall conform to IS:383. weld ability and high temparature thermal resistance.18 10. the scope and specifications should be worked out and defined in a detailed manner in the tender document to avoid any dispute during execution. Enquiries from these are made on technical specifications and use of such products considered in works based on performance in works where these have already been used. Quantities of cement in various grades of cement concrete have been taken as per IRC:21-2000 and IRC:18-2000. ductility.5 m restricting the free fall of concrete to 1.17 10. embankment and protectin works. for taking the construction materiasl and equipments inside water shall be made separately.14 The rate for removal of unsuitable soil does not provide for replacement by suitable soil which will have to be paid separately. 10 per cent extra cement has been provided for concreting under water. In case bridge construction works are to be done on wide and deep water channels in major rivers provision of floating barracges etc.4 MoRT&H Clause 120 122 124 Page 9 . the rates of sinking may be worked out on pro-rata basis.15 10.2 11. where required. The lift for casting of concrete in well steining may be 2 to 2.10. Site residential accomodation for Engineer and other supervisory staff. Some of major steel producing firms have evolved thermo-mechanically treated steel which has enhanced strength.21 11. The hire charge rates for machinery and equipment are taken from the Standard Data Book and prevailing market rate.20 10. Providing and maintaining vehicle for the Engineer.1 11. For other shapes like rectangular or any other size.

LEAD CHART FOR CARRIAGE OF MATERIALS TO VARIOUS DESTINATIONS IN ARUNACHAL PRADESH FROM GUWAHATI ALONG CIRCLE 1 2 3 4 Guwahati to Along = = = = 671 Km 758 Km 701 Km 921 Km Guwahati to Yomcha Guwahati to Rumgong Guwahati to Mechuka BASAR CIRCLE 1 2 3 Guwahati to Basar Guwahati to Dumporijo Guwahati to Daporijo = 621 Km = 736 Km = 745 Km BOLENG CIRCLE 1 2 3 4 Guwahati to Pasighat = = = = 620 Km 710 Km 785 Km 837 Km Guwahati to Boleng Guwahati to Yingkiong Guwahati to Mariyang JAIRAMPUR CIRCLE 1 2 3 4 Guwahati to Jairampur = = = = 587 Km 589 Km 633 Km 685 Km Guwahati to Changlang Guwahati to Khonsa Guwahati to Longding TEZU CIRCLE 1 2 3 4 5 Guwahati to Namsai Guwahati to Tezu Guwahati to Roing via Makum Guwahati to Hayuliang Guwahati to Anini RUPA CIRCLE = = = = = 545 Km 602 Km 587 Km 702 Km 821 Km 1 2 3 4 Guwahati to Bomdila Guwahati to Tawang Guwahati to Jung Guwahati to Kalakang BOBIA CIRCLE = = = = 364 Km 545 Km 505 Km 398 Km 1 2 3 Guwahati to Seppa Guwahati to Bameng Guwahati to Sagalee = 410 Km = 462 Km = 468 Km NAHARLAGUN CIRCLE 1 2 3 Guwahati to Ziro = 531 Km = 616 Km = 397 Km Guwahati to Sangram Guwahati to Doimukh CAPITAL CIRCLE 1 2 3 Guwahati to Itanagar = 410 Km = 400 Km = 380 Km Guwahati to Naharlagun Guwahati to Banderdewa Page 10 .

Carriage Analysis for Plain Road Carriage of materials by mechanical transport from Gauhati to Banderdewa including loading . 200.59 0.50 = 67.unloading and stacking in measurable stacks as per direction of Engineer in Charge.04 KM @3.025556 380.00 KM 30.69 ltr @ 190.23 Rs Rs.75 Cost per KM per MT= Rs.00 KM 5 Nos x Rs.Lead(L) Av.00 /ltr = 321.00 7325. 7. Av.00 3500.304 Cost per MT 26505.97 /ltr = 2503.23 9.03 Cost per KM per MT Rs.98 Mobile consumption = @140. 26505.00 MT = + + 1 6 = 0.00 MT 2945.08 Cost of Labour Male = Hire charges of truck/day Add 10% contractor profit Cost per Trip--8057.50 KM/Ltr 237.00 /Each = = 41 732.00 = 1.00 KM/Ltr = 237.04 140.52 Number of km done = Diesel consumption = = 237. 7.Speed(S) Numbers of Trips(N) = 380.04 3.73 ltr @ 36. 2945.51 8057.00 KM Capacity of Truck= 9.00 115.59 Rs Rs.10 1000.75 Page 11 .304 Trips 8 2L S 2 NL+6 = + 1 2 x 8 760 30.

97 /ltr = 1715.40 ltr @ 36.09 Cost per KM per MT= Rs.56 Rs Rs.39 Rs Rs.39 140.00 KM Capacity of Truck= 6. Av.195 Cost per MT 36304.00 KM 20.76 401.16 ltr @ 190.00 KM 5 Nos x Rs.00 /Each = 4 643.195 Trips 8 2L S 2 NL+6 = + 1 2 x 8 802 20.09 Page 12 .00 KM/Ltr = 162.20 + + 1 6 Number of km done = Diesel consumption = = = 162.00 78.00 3500.76 Cost per KM per MT Rs. 200.81 Cost of Labour Male = Hire charges of truck/day Add 10% contractor profit Cost per Trip--7079. 6050. 36304.00 /ltr = 220.Speed(S) Numbers of Trips(N) = 401.56 6.39 KM @3.Carriage Analysis for Hill Road Carriage of materials by mechanical transport from Likabali to Migging including loading .39 3.41 Mobile consumption = @140.40 1000.079.50 KM/Ltr 162.50 = 46.00 MT 6050.00 6435. 15.58 7. 15.00 MT = 0.00 = 1.unloading and stacking in measurable stacks as per direction of Engineer in Charge.39 0.Lead(L) Av.

81 139.99 97.92 428.95 3. previous 10Km.22 33.71 119.00 1166.00 1166.67 2160.17 1600.00 1166.134 1.00 1166.06 4412.44 3893.48 5.19 4.8 32.71 104.00 1166.95 855.47 151.591 0.40 27.79 2.05 1228.67 2160.73 4 20.66 179.22 154.67 2160.76 1384.08 132.93 1700.00 22.216 27.26 4.00 1166.00 23.50 21.00 3 7.71 3.67 2160.96 14.67 2160.36 43.98 24.95 92.69 36.00 21.67 2160.25 15.67 2160.9 723.79 38.35 10.16 51.763 0.6 946.60 18.61 1345.31 57.50 23.00 1166.44 4096.54 5.00 1166.46 220.39 58.87 757.36 34.00 (Litre) per Litre (Litre) 7 8 0.67 1223.21 1766.856 0.50 27.00 17.228 0.90 41.67 48.54 17.92 4648.00 25.86 3691.58 12. 200.67 2160.13 526.00 19.89 1458.67 2160.06 11.50 25.82 4549.15 23. @ per Rs.67 2160.00 1166.35 1093.67 2160.13 4514.14 46.87 999.99 2.82 569.61 35.96 47.00 1166.67 2160.43 976.85 1306.47 4582.38 4223.16 132.95 2.77 3950.26 205.90 2.H.54 917.50 29.73 4375.67 2160.00 1166.94 158.00 3503.92 50.67 2160.19 77.84 71.16 27.998 1.94 31.67 2160.06 135.27 1137.52 5 4.17 184.34 231.00 1166.28 900.62 194.00 1166.85 492.11 479.02 111.42 115.32 56.67 2160.32 1181.79 619.48 650.34 173.01 1004.82 25.509 0.28 3. +1/6 for P.00 1166.Km C9+C10) (C11/C3) Km after 1st Nos.04 2.21 225.83 3.33 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 2 16.67 2160.87 40.76 2.67 2160.21 78.00 1166.463 0.11 6.96 4139.00 30.68 822.159 1.99 3766.969 0.50 31.31 1061.414 0.66 1265.73 41.20 4000.21 3. Charges Cost per in cost cost per labour (male) 5 of truck (C6+C8 trip per addl.36 4680.64 168.95 28.186 1.13 4300.67 2160.50 28.28 1566.68 87.67 2160.28 165.96 5.50 26.23 52.67 2160.36 235.19 42.50 24. Km 20Km) 9 10 11 12 13 14 1166.144 0.00 24.58 20.41 44.62 68.00 1166.67 2160.26 23.11 82.16 4481.04 6.17 1200.52 30.65 35.886 0.73 680.56 32.699 0.00 28.91 169.80 3833.98 4780.60 26.67 2160.13 62.13 4716.67 2160.00 26.58 19.00 1166.04 Cost of Hire Total Cost Increase Avg.84 33.00 1166.00 1166.93 64.CARRIAGE OF MATERIALS BY MECHANICAL TRANSPORT (INCLUDING LOADING.13 162.00 1166.00 1166.14 Page 13 .92 54.10 3.00 1166. 36.67 2160.52 789.35 3.44 33.67 2160.29 119.50 19.50 18.71 29.86 886.33 39.97 per Litre (Litre) 6 149.079 1.298 0.359 0.629 0.60 1495.88 4050.00 20. UNLOADING AND STACKING) Lead Average Number Number Diesel in speed of trips of KM consuKm (S) (N) done mption (L) =8/(2L/S) (2NL+6) (Litre) +1 Cost of Diesel @ Rs.41 16.49 21.15 3.67 2160.94 60.46 33.83 64.31 37.35 1116.15 1733.39 3605.732 0.20 30.2 950.97 36.66 4.76 32.56 43.827 0.90 4.054 1.51 126.67 2160.025 1.5 112.85 4446.12 738.11 189.30 1668.36 22.78 4813.97 151.11 1033.00 18.5 Mobil Cost of oil Mobil oil consu@ mption Rs.105 1.2 794.47 1634.83 2.73 1046.86 2.99 139.00 1166.71 611.08 144.14 1255.01 209.22 31.00 1166.50 30.914 0.49 107.09 3.00 1166.66 87.85 1422.83 102.75 200.97 4183.66 556.50 22.08 4618.00 day over (5Km.08 55.74 50.86 4339.61 3.00 27.05 157.67 686.00 1166.550 0.38 8.00 29.03 128.77 34.40 42.00 1166.41 1091.67 2160.12 848.44 4.7 371.95 215.00 1166.50 20.91 124.51 3.83 1531.69 147.67 2160.29 32.85 1174.97 96.00 17.69 4746.87 308.943 0.49 1143.795 0.664 0.43 3. 190.86 143.94 4261.62 162.00 1166.

07 680.86 9.49 88.81 7.76 19.47 1.79 15.6 0.45 12.28 371. Capacity (Net) Unit of Rate Beyond 5 Km upto 10 Km addl.95 Beyond 10 Km upto 20 Km addl.98 8.64 10.2 210.5 16. 492.3 6.97 22. Add CPOH @ 10% Total b) 150 mm dia.01 7.08 154.81 116 11.43 213.91 0.08 154.49 38.45 1.09 232 1.76 7.44 32.8 0.19 37. Bamboo and Ballie Add CPOH @ 10% Total 4 Cu.45 0.07 1. Surkhi.88 9.07 17.46 203.4 10.m.63 4. No.49 170.35 136.98 10.32 738.23 6. per Km 42.76 240 100 m Page 14 .6 127.03 17 187.50 Cu. UNLOADING AND STACKING) Sl. per Km 34.02 258.12 154.72 7.69 7.84 15.15 2.85 108.36 7. Stone for masonary & soling Add CPOH @ 10% Total 3.98 10.17 0.32 454.38 7.93 2. Angle and Tee Channel Add CPOH @ 10% Total 7 Ton 70.49 139.48 0.2 129.26 112. 140.78 19.8 2.53 9. per Km 34.81 9.47 453.86 283.62 147.11 12. Timber.08 15.99 177.91 174.99 21.46 3.91 0.40 9.33 1.57 6.22 25.71 194. Bitumen Firewood Add CPOH @ 10% Total and 5 Ton 98.33 14.6 232 23.69 7. Aggreagte. Add CPOH @ 10% Total 480 100 m 102.64 14.55 116.85 9.34 10.12 194.53 8.46 10.82 30.85 97.14 122.CARRIAGE OF MATERIALS BY MECHANICAL TRANSPORT (INCLUDING LOADING.29 25.28 0.01 13.21 13.43 15.62 8.98 10.6 149.4 136. per Km 52.95 1.99 17.83 0.12 408.9 1.03 184.86 9.5 16.54 7. Steel.04 77.32 135.79 159.6 1.02 13.08 619.22 5.07 Beyond 20 Km upto 30 Km addl. Moorum.34 498.31 14.03 0.89 14.16 9.55 18.05 11.13 49.17 12.29 25. Sand.m.9 205.81 0.40 9. 123.38 111.52 8.82 284.95 87.88 3.23 12. SW Pipe a) 100 mm dia.83 0.49 5.32 19.09 11.76 162.22 22.75 492.75 210.38 28.2 255.66 140.m.91 174.39 10.88 0.34 311.42 170. Earth.83 Beyond 30 Km addl.68 17.38 97. Cement.33 1.93 2. Lime.75 21.73 177.57 6.53 225.93 15.72 153.15 41.21 13.58 30.72 7. Bricks Add CPOH @ 10% Total 1500 1000 328.76 14.43 213. Excavated rock and Kerb stone Add CPOH @ 10% Total 3.17 155.75 8. Tar.84 361.04 141.17 0.91 142.95 12. Shingle.49 5.21 541.17 307.34 34.98 10.83 Material 1 Km 2 Km 3 Km 4 Km 5 Km Cost per trip 1.89 14.28 9.41 45.43 15.76 556.76 338.36 11.56 1.84 159.18 23.08 1.50 Cu.88 0.92 153.09 232 14.38 169.91 14.71 194.42 79.88 105.78 194.4 4.6 6.5 123.6 0.81 2.28 20.2 13.91 21.46 8.31 413.37 28.4 4.72 106.06 11.69 14.

15 746.61 2060.50 58.23 1. Add CPOH @ 10% Total 292. Add CPOH @ 10% Total d) 230 mm dia.11 210.87 1. per Km 42.7 29.98 1159.98 8. Add CPOH @ 10% Total b) 125 mm dia.48 2.42 1.17 78.64 1030.97 340.18 12.85 1230.79 19.68 530.7 2460.44 15.8 2065. Hume.33 336.28 36. Add CPOH @ 10% Total e) 250 mm dia.84 4156.28 7.34 14.33 157.05 1133.29 3787. per Km 52.38 213.01 10.76 3.81 62.05 52.33 71.41 12.24 11.83 283.12 25.3 63. Add CPOH @ 10% Total j) 500 mm dia.67 182.97 187.18 253.24 737.22 2840.34 14.21 28.71 2236.28 309.10 45.20 1824.12 5.49 401.42 469.83 185.26 16.85 66.25 10.79 50.2 546.97 590.44 377.65 821.03 21.9 119.41 15.77 712.56 234.69 1118.18 218.28 36.80 100 m 168.05 70.07 273.17 78.19 206.45 74.70 3010.57 17.50 809.12 5.98 93. Add CPOH @ 10% Total k) 600 mm dia.38 3117.21 3778.05 175.64 49.83 282.72 1855.8 19.21 14.98 6.40 25.15 143.38 554.92 141.75 1.21 1877.93 15.67 7.33 3402.77 Beyond 10 Km upto 20 Km addl.78 17.07 Beyond 20 Km upto 30 Km addl.67 191.21 258.33 1537.20 46.53 1416. Add CPOH @ 10% Total i) 450 mm dia.92 21.8 239.21 277.96 3093. Add CPOH @ 10% Total h) 400 mm dia.42 193.23 Material 1 Km 2 Km 3 Km 4 Km 5 Km Cost per trip c) 200 mm dia.6 193.86 19.46 258.97 890.56 15.12 19.12 503.98 1687.31 662.91 211.67 7.91 504.86 174.77 2295.96 232 2551.24 219.40 70.67 2734.11 1420.91 158.69 1558.23 255.24 453.74 140.96 251.62 369.55 28.62 84.12 19.70 556.57 17.77 156.17 647.14 2052. RC Pipes.21 109.96 17.10 45.55 25.8 140.03 2737.77 73.83 4.25 10.66 21.04 40.22 59.88 42. Steel and CI Pipe a) 100 mm dia.66 364.71 30.76 3.55 938.64 172.16 19.29 1642.75 1.9 1032.91 149.79 1691.02 1492.96 2062.95 4.44 41.06 45.78 127.75 205.28 2258.48 103.29 6.07 2518.65 645.11 210.58 3383.61 619.14 843.18 12.33 38.22 105 100 m 84 100 m 66 100 m 48 100 m 33 100 m 27 100 m 24 100 m 18 100 m 8.23 Beyond 30 Km addl.67 80. Add CPOH @ 10% Total g) 350 mm dia.28 738.83 290.23 68.97 206.33 157.1 2267.88 966.67 191.77 190.36 927.94 344.03 32.55 28.41 3007.36 878.74 140.78 811.02 44.97 12.34 22.41 4101.1 129.83 2.51 309.88 1291.92 153. No.05 52.03 583.86 2833.CARRIAGE OF MATERIALS BY MECHANICAL TRANSPORT (INCLUDING LOADING.84 104. Add CPOH @ 10% Total 135 100 m 492.48 2. per Km 34.61 23.47 2007.84 104.53 2524.02 649.79 412.11 4511.76 3.22 2268.17 232.36 278. per Km 34.43 114.24 50.22 310.07 319.68 127.8 96.21 57.68 127.15 11.41 12.38 26.43 3442.92 516.43 246.22 4.41 2319.03 32.03 55. Add CPOH @ 10% Total f) 300 mm dia.11 410.29 729.43 232.02 209.38 102.66 23.48 111.15 143.98 54.31 773.33 71.23 31.48 3075.40 25.28 53.28 23.3 229.00 273.28 3.21 57. Capacity (Net) Unit of Rate Beyond 5 Km upto 10 Km addl.73 459.68 601.67 1.16 33.93 87.43 114.98 116 1275.60 100 m Page 15 .12 586. UNLOADING AND STACKING) Sl.68 252. AC Pipes.10 1026.13 34.93 15.73 64.52 79.95 4.97 223.83 307.83 2582.23 680.04 40.81 54.27 5.38 87.81 87.67 1.90 2770.41 40.64 1129.93 36.49 703.24 168.09 224.

Add CPOH @ 10% Total g) 350 mm dia.65 3725.65 4088.46 2920.27 46. Add CPOH @ 10% Total i) 450 mm dia.21 2961.05 158.86 2241.45 5.40 18.1 8.56 1645.53 2418.62 100 m j) 600. per Km 42.5 371.33 7.16 104.31 1202.43 147.98 1121.14 2881.16 104.48 181.88 134.53 60.13 448.08 1680.42 56.85 15. Add CPOH @ 10% Total 183 100 m 492.80 100 m e) 250 mm dia. 18.08 1848.29 5.99 55.59 2.89 174.83 86.46 Material 1 Km 2 Km 3 Km 4 Km 5 Km Cost per trip c) 150 mm dia.77 128.8 206.87 6.72 206.82 3386.64 1305.34 443.93 28. Add CPOH @ 10% Total 80.73 338.12 371.78 42.88 20. 700.27 64.77 1394.39 2064.87 89.72 4.95 192.31 25.39 38. UNLOADING AND STACKING) Sl.04 141.7 187.45 47.68 31.21 26.74 126.98 18.91 131.42 61.62 105.36 1267.69 507.87 493.64 894.19 673.39 188.85 42.46 Beyond 30 Km addl.15 9.82 78.15 916.72 4.14 1881.6 1095.43 Beyond 10 Km upto 20 Km addl.25 2692.24 20.80 206.99 6.03 99.83 769.5 71. Add CPOH @ 10% Total f) 300 mm dia.890 2660.64 265.09 109.8 79.CARRIAGE OF MATERIALS BY MECHANICAL TRANSPORT (INCLUDING LOADING.13 269.71 557.1 3716.66 96.82 619.08 253.87 372. per Km 52.8 619.33 3.22 100 m 43.54 109.66 285.44 114.47 1186.30 900. Capacity (Net) Unit of Rate Beyond 5 Km upto 10 Km addl.82 78.1 1552.31 67.46 3.43 147.04 791. No.63 1411.33 3.44 118. 1200 mm dia.32 169.27 13.80 1.33 2390.98 18.68 31.29 5.74 204.93 241.17 408.66 4.63 149.85 61.73 672.65 33.77 23.52 564.26 3346.77 52.94 100 m 25.89 1495.44 10.88 20.08 2.92 296.59 314.31 230.26 30.44 10.13 34.49 84.15 844.54 154.97 846.49 69.7 187.26 217.51 119.3 2115.23 23.34 691.57 304.19 2654.79 74. Add CPOH @ 10% Total d) 200 mm dia.50 338.78 168.79 91.34 288.82 141.44 114.8 1.41 92.27 13.33 7.53 60.17 1233.66 269.83 16.33 28.42 224.31 Beyond 20 Km upto 30 Km addl.13 3169. Add CPOH @ 10% Total h) 400 mm dia.99 55.88 134.2 12.85 42. 750.35 2173.13 1093.47 2271.79 304. per Km 34.65 37.88 403.69 44.2 403.85 1703.04 224.86 680. per Km 34.70 67.44 620.86 31.1 2465.51 1690.92 100 m 32.25 57.52 52. Add CPOH @ 10% Total 100 m Page 16 .13 34.27 46.14 11.66 84.94 681.36 738.03 1859. 800.23 739.47 929.4 1548.72 112.83 86.40 18.63 996.19 1922.59 3042.14 2069.68 1008.39 4437.43 334.52 100 m 611.56 556.39 40.66 76.02 164.18 870.09 50.15 760.78 62.47 4033.49 984.

2 m dia Boring attachment Rolling of Asphalt Surface Pneumatic Sinking of wells Repair of potholes Stressing of steel wires/stands Scarifying Scarifying Road marking Soil Compaction /BM Compaction Rolling of Aspalt Surface Transportation of soil. P&M-001 P&M-002 P&M-003 P&M-004 P&M-005 P&M-006 P&M-007 P&M-008 P&M-009 P&M-010 P&M-011 P&M-012 P&M-013 P&M-014 P&M-015 P&M-016 P&M-017 P&M-018 P&M-019 P&M-020 P&M-021 P&M-022 P&M-023 P&M-024 P&M-025 P&M-026 P&M-027 P&M-028 P&M-029 P&M-030 P&M-031 P&M-032 P&M-033 P&M-034 P&M-035 P&M-036 P&M-037 P&M-038 P&M-039 P&M-040 P&M-041 P&M-042 P&M-043 P&M-044 P&M-045 P&M-046 P&M-047 P&M-048 P&M-049 P&M-050 Description of Machine Air Compressor Batching and Mixing Plant (a) 30 cum capacity Activity General Purpose Concrete Mixing Output of Machine capacity in cfm cum/hour cum/hour sqm/hour capacity in litre cum / hour cum / hour capacity in cum cum/hour cum/hour Output 170/250 20 13 1750 1500 20 33 / 22 1 2.5 cum Tipper .120 TPH capacity Hotmix Plant .5 4.100 TPH capacity Hotmix Plant . GSB. Transportation of soil.A 15 Emulsion Pressure Distributor Front End loader 1 cum bucket capacity Generator (a) 125 KVA Generator( b) 63 KVA GSB Plant 50 cum Hotmix Plant .5 cum Transit Mixer 4.40 to 60 TPH capacity Hydraulic Chip Spreader Hydraulic Excavator of 1 cum bucket Integrated Stone Crusher 100THP Integrated Stone Crusher 200 HP Kerb Casting Machine Mastic Cooker Mechanical Broom Hydraulic Motor Grader 3.(A) Usage Rates of Plant and Machinery Sl.km Page 17 .4/0. No. Hotmix etc.5 7. Hotmix etc.35 mtr blade Mobile slurry seal equipment Applying bitumen tack coat Bitumen Spraying Paving of concrete surface Pumping of concrete For Pouring concrete Concrete Mixing Concrete Mixing Lifting Purpose Lifting Purpose Lifting Purpose Spreading /Cutting / Clearing Spreading /Cutting / Clearing Applying emulsion tack coat Soil loading / Aggregate loading Genration of electric Energy Genration of electric Energy Producing GSB DBM/BM/SDC/ Premix DBM/BM/SDC/ Premix DBM/BM/SDC/ Premix DBM/BM/SDC/ Premix Surface Dressing Soil Ordinary/Soil Marshy / Soil Unsuitable Crushing of Spalls Crushing of Spalls Kerb Making Mastic Wearing coat Surface Cleaning Clearing /Spreading /GSB /WBM Mixing and laying slurry seal cum/hour cum/hour sqm/hour cum/hour KVA KVA cum/hour cum/hour cum/hour cum/hour cum/hour sqm/hour cum/hour TPH TPH Rm/hour capacity in tonne sqm/hour cum/hour sqm/hour cum/hour cum/hour Rm/hour cum/hour cum/hour cum/hour 300/ 150/250 200/ 120/150 1750 60 /25 100 50 40 40 30 25 17 1500 60 /60 /60 100 200 80 1 1250 200/200/50/50 2700 40 40/30 2 to 3 25 1.20 cum capacity Concrete Mixing Bitumen Pressure Distributor Bitumen Boiler oil fired Concrete Paver Finisher with 40 HP Motor Concrete Pump of 45 & 30 cum capacity Concrete Bucket Concrete Mixer (a) 0.A 12 Dozer D .5 5.0/4. WMM.5 Unit hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour Rate 469 2218 1848 1067 197 2657 254 15 220 220 1271 847 354 3286 2393 794 1139 715 495 1032 23254 17197 13752 11011 2618 1428 8609 18110 308 62 354 2379 1001 2657 968 5429 1235 4143 901 128 28 17 92 458 1136 28 0 554 924 0 Batching and Mixing Plant (b) 15 .5 hour hour hour hour hour km tonne. WMM.km hour hour tonne.28 cum Concrete Mixer (b) 1 cum Crane (a) 80 tonnes Cranes b) 35 tonnes Cranes c) 3 tonnes Dozer D .50 . GSB.60 to 90 TPH capacity Hotmix Plant .5 cum Tipper .5 5. GSB. WMM.75 m dia to 1. Transportation of soil. Hotmix etc.5 cum Transit Mixer 4/4.5 cum Paving of WMM /Paving of DLC 0.00 4 hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour Paver Finisher Hydrostatic with sensor control 100 Paving of DBM/ BM/SDC/ Premix TPH Paver Finisher Mechanical 100 TPH Piling Rig with Bantonite Pump Pneumatic Road Roller Pneumatic Sinking Plant Pot Hole Repair Machine Prestressing Jack with Pump & access Ripper Rotavator Road marking machine Smooth Wheeled Roller 8 tonne Tandem Road Roller Tipper . Transportation of Concrete Mix to site Transportation of Concrete Mix to site cum/hour cum/hour Sqm/hour cum/hour cum/hour Capacity in cum Capacity in cum Capacity in cum cum/hour cum/hour 60 25 100 70/25 30 5.5 4.5 to 2.80 .

deinduction and erection of plant and equipment including all components and accessories for pneumatic method of well sinking.5 cum per 10 tonnes Three wheel 80-100 kN Statis Roller Water Tanker Water Tanker Wet Mix Plant 60 TPH Transportation of Concrete Mix to site Transportation of Concrete Mix to site Pulling Rate of Tractor + Rotevator Rate of Tractor 6+ Ripper Material Transport Material Transport Material Transport Earth or soil / GSB / WBM Water Transport Water Transport Wet Mix cum/hour cum/hour capacity in HP 3 3 50 hour tonne.0 cum Transit Mixer 3.5 4. P&M-063 P&M-064 P&M-065 P&M-066 P&M-067 P&M-068 P&M-069 P&M-070 P&M-071 P&M-072 P&M-073 P&M-074 P&M-075 P&M-076 P&M-077 P&M-078 P&M-079 P&M-080 P&M-081 P&M-082 P&M-083 P&M-084 P&M-085 P&M-086 P&M-087 P&M-088 P&M-089 P&M-090 P&M-091 P&M-092 P&M-093 P&M-094 Description of Machine Air compressor with pneumatic chisel attachment for cutting hard clay. Piling rig Including double acting pile driving hammer (Hydraulic rig) Plate compactor Snow blower equipment 140 HP @ 600 cum per hour Texturing machine (for rigid pavement) Truck Trailor 30 tonne capacity Truck Trailor 30 tonne capacity Tunnel Boring machine Vibrating Pile driving hammer complete with power unit and accessories. Epoxy Injection gun Generator 33 KVA Generator 100 KVA Generator 250 KVA Induction.5 cum per 10 tonnes Truck 5.P&M-051 P&M-052 P&M-053 P&M-054 P&M-055 P&M-056 P&M-057 P&M-058 P&M-059 P&M-060 P&M-061 P&M-062 Transit Mixer 3.5 cum per 10 tonnes Truck 5. Batch type cold mixing plant 100-120 TPH capacity producing an average output of 75 tonne per hour Belt conveyor system Boat to carry atleast 20 persons Cement concrete batch mix plant @ 20 cum per hour (effective output) Cement concrete batch mix plant @ 75 cum per hour Cold milling machine @ 20 cum per hour Crane 5 tonne capacity Crane 10 tonne capacity Crane 15 tonne capacity Crane 20 tonne capacity Crane 40 T capacity Crane with grab 0. No.km hour hour km hour Sl.0 cum Tractor Tractor with Rotevator Tractor with Ripper Truck 5.5 100/60/60 6 6 25 km hour tonne.km hour hour hour 847 0 388 333 343 22 444 22 598 444 22 1197 capacity/cum capacity/cum capacity/cum cum/hour capacity in KL capacity in KL cum/hour 4.5 4. Wet Mix Plant 100 TPH Wet Mix Plant 75 TPH Unit hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour hour day hrs hour hour hour hour t.75 cum capacity Compressor with guniting equipment along with accessories Drum mix plant for cold mixes of appropriate capacity but not less than 75 tonnes/hour.km hour hour hour Rate 517 17050 1650 1650 2882 3850 input 605 627 660 715 880 660 660 330 2750 370 693 825 input 88 input 5429 275 input 220 input input input input 1650 1320 Page 18 . Joint Cutting Machine with 2-3 blades (for rigid pavement) Jack for Lifting 40 tonne lifting capacity.

No.(B) Labour Sl.200 mm size for Hand Broken at site Boulder with minimum size of 300 mm for Pitching at Site Coarse sand at Mixing Plant Coarse sand at Site Fine sand at Site Moorum at Site Gravel/Quarry spall at Site Granular Material or hard murrum for GSB works at Site Granular Material or hard murrum for GSB works at Mixing Plant Fly ash conforming to IS: 3812 ( Part II & I) atHMP Plant / Batching Plant / Crushing Plant Filter media/Filter Material as per Table 300-3 (MoRT&H Specification) Description Unit cum cum cum cum cum cum cum Cum Cum Cum Cum Cum Rate 468 440 385 490 490 490 165 400 340 165 input 957 Page 19 . M-001 M-002 M-003 M-004 M-005 M-006 M-007 M-008 M-009 M-010 M-011 M-012 Stone Boulder of size 150 mm and below at Cruser Plant Supply of quarried stone 150 . No. L-01 L-02 L-03 L-04 L-05 L-06 L-07 L-08 L-09 L-10 L-11 L-12 L-13 L-14 L-15 L-16 L-17 L-18 L-19 Description of Labour Blacksmith (IInd class) Blacksmith (Ist class)/ Welder/ Plumber/ Electrician Blaster (Stone cutter) Carpenter I Class Chiseller (Head Mazdoor) Driller (Jumper) Diver Fitter Mali Mason (IInd class) Mason (Ist class) Mate / Supervisor Mazdoor Mazdoor/Dresser (Semi Skilled) Mazdoor/Dresser/Sinker (Skilled) Medical Officer Operator(grouting) Painter I class Para medical personnel Unit day day day day day day day day day day day day day day day day day day day Rate 250 300 250 300 250 250 300 300 250 250 300 250 200 250 300 250 300 300 250 (C) Materials Sl.

5mm Aggregates below 5.4 mm to 5.36 mm Close graded Granular sub-base Material 4.6 mm Aggregates 22.5 mm to 4.5 mm to 4. Coarse graded Granular sub-base Material 2.8 mm Aggregates 63 mm to 45 mm Aggregates 90 mm to 45 mm Aggregates 10 mm to 5 mm Aggregates 11.Description M-013 M-014 M-015 M-016 M-017 M-018 M-019 M-020 M-021 M-022 M-023 M-024 M-025 M-026 M-027 M-028 M-029 M-030 M-031 M-032 M-033 M-034 M-035 M-036 M-037 M-038 M-039 M-040 M-041 M-042 M-043 M-044 M-045 M-046 M-047 M-048 M-049 M-050 M-051 M-052 M-053 M-054 M-055 Close graded Granular sub-base Material 53 mm to 9.36 mm & below Coarse graded Granular sub-base Material 4.09 mm Aggregates 13.4 mm Aggregates 53 mm to 2.75mm to 2.2 mm to 5.6 mm Aggregates 45 mm to 2.8 mm Aggregates 53 mm to 22.75 mm to 2.75 mm Coarse graded Granular sub-base Material 26.2/12.5 mm to 9.5 mm to 19 mm Aggregates 37.2 mm to 0.5 mm to 25 mm Aggregates 6 mm nominal size Aggregates 10 mm nominal size Aggregates 13.75mm to 75 micron mm Close graded Granular sub-base Material 2.5 mm to 9.5 mm to 4.2 mm to 10 mm Aggregates 20 mm to 10 mm Aggregates 25 mm to 10 mm Aggregates 19 mm to 6 mm Aggregates 37.36 mm Aggregates 22.5 mm to 9.4 mm Aggregates 63 mm to 2.36 mm Coarse graded Granular sub-base Material 9.5 mm Coarse graded Granular sub-base Material 53 mm to 26 .75 mm Coarse graded Granular sub-base Material 26.75 mm Close graded Granular sub-base Material 9.09 mm Aggregates 13.075 sieve.4 mm to 2.2 mm to 0.5 mm Close graded Granular sub-base Material 9.5 mm Close graded Granular sub-base Material 26.75mm to 75 micron mm Coarse graded Granular sub-base Material 4.6 mm Aggregates 13.8 mm Aggregates 45 mm to 22.36 mm Stone crusher dust finer than 3mm with not more than 10% passing 0.5 mm to 2.5 mm Close graded Granular sub-base Material 37.36 mm Close graded Granular sub-base Material 4.5 mm Coarse graded Granular sub-base Material 37.5 mm to 9.5 mm nominal size Aggregates 20 mm nominal size Aggregates 25 mm nominal size Aggregates 40 mm nominal size Unit Rate at Plant Rate at Site cum cum cum cum cum cum 700 750 550 600 580 500 480 700 750 550 600 580 500 480 440 460 460 500 500 550 600 650 700 750 1640 775 1365 540 750 600 726 575 704 682 1749 850 715 1500 1238 1300 1250 1365 850 750 1640 1650 1067 726 715 594 cum cum cum 440 460 460 500 cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum 500 550 600 650 700 750 1640 775 1365 540 750 600 660 575 640 620 1590 850 715 1500 1125 1300 1250 1365 850 750 1640 1500 970 660 650 540 Page 20 .

elastomer for elastomeric slab unit conforming to clause 915.1 of IRC: 83 (part II). 0. "Thrie" beam section railing Credit for excavated rock found suitable for use Curing compound Delineators from ISI certified firm as per the standard drawing given in IRC . PTFE pads providing sliding surfaces against stainless steel mating together with cast steel assemblies/fabricated structural steel assemblies duly painted with all components Bearing (PTFE sliding plate bearing assembly of 80 tonnes ) Bearing (Supply of sliding plate bearing of 80 tonne) Bentonite Binding wire Bitumen ( Cationic Emulsion ) Bitumen (60-70 grade) Bitumen (80-100 grade ) Bitumen (Cutback ) Bitumen (emulsion) Bitumen (modified graded) Brick C. 24 m long Gelatin 80% Geo grids Geomembrane Geonets Geotextile Geotextile filter fabric 275000 13200 242000 55000 165000 13200 2.25 70 32575 37830 36878 35855. cost of angle iron. Electric Detonators @ 1 detonator for 1/2 gelatin stick of 125 gms each Epoxy compound with accessories for preparing epoxy mortar Epoxy mortar Epoxy primer Epoxy resin-hardner mix for prime coat Flag of red color cloth 600 x 600 mm Flowering Plants Galvanised MS flat clamp Galvanised steel wire crates of mesh size 100 mm x 100 mm woven with 4mm dia. nuts.) Bearing (Forged steel roller bearing of 250 tonne Bearing (Pot type bearing assembly consisting of a metal piston supported by a disc. M-056 M-057 M-058 M-059 M-060 M-061 M-062 M-063 M-064 M-065 M-066 M-067 M-068 M-069 M-070 M-071 M-072 M-073 M-074 M-075 M-076 M-077 M-078 M-079 M-080 M-081 M-082 M-083 M-084 M-085 M-086 M-087 M-088 M-089 M-090 M-091 M-092 M-093 M-094 M-095 M-096 M-097 M-098 M-099 M-100 M-101 M-102 M-103 M-104 M-105 M-106 M-107 M-108 M-109 AC pipe 100 mm dia Acrylic polymer bonding coat Alluminium Paint Aluminium alloy plate 2mm Thick Aluminium alloy/galvanised steel Description Unit metre litre litre sqm tonne sqm nos kg nos nos nos nos nos nos nos kg kg tonne tonne tonne tonne tonne tonne each kg tonne tonne nos sqm each kg tonne kg cum liter each cum metre 100 nos kg kg kg kg each each nos sqm kg kg sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm input input input input input input input input Rate 28 110 275 38500 132 440 42 Aluminium sheeting fixed with encapsulated lens type reflective sheeting including 2% towards lettering.shoes for the pile Cement Cold twisted bars (HYSD Bars) Coller for joints 300 mm dia Compressible Fibre Board(20mm thick) Connectors/ Staples Copper Plate(12m long x 250mmwide) Corrosion resistant Structural steel Corrugated sheet.00 35417 40210 6. GI wire in rolls of required size.Sl.79 Earth Cost or compensation for earth taken from private land Elastomeric slab seal expansion joint assembly manufactured by using chloroprene.I. cost of drilling holes.50 50 7989 38219 115 620 50 600 45 55 210 45 0 9000 900 200 110 90 55 12 30 155 180 135 25 Page 21 . No. internal reinforcing steel laminates by the process of vulcanisation. Galvanised structural steel plate 200 mm wide.63 mm thick.and signs as applicable Aluminium studs 100 x 100 mm fitted with lense reflectors Barbed wire Bearing (Cost of parts) Bearing (Cast steel rocker bearing assembly of 250 tonne ) Bearing (Elastomeric bearing assembly consisting of 7 internal layers of elastomer bonded to 6 nos. bolts etc. 6 mm thick.

Pre-moulded asphalt filler board Pre-packed cement based polymer concrete of strength 45 Mpa at 28 days Primer Quick setting compound Random Rubble Stone RCC Pipe NP 2 heavy duty non presure pipe 1000 mm dia RCC Pipe NP 2 heavy duty non presure pipe 1200 mm dia RCC Pipe NP 2 heavy duty non presure pipe 300 mm dia Reflectorising glass beads Reinforcement strips 60 mm wide 5 mm thick as per clause 3102. (Copper Strips) Reinforcement strips 60 mm wide 5 mm thick as per clause 3102. vulcanised in a single operation for the full length of a joint to ensure water tightness. two central beams. 1.M-110 M-111 M-112 M-113 M-114 M-115 M-116 M-117 M-118 M-119 M-120 M-121 M-122 M-123 M-124 M-125 M-126 M-127 GI bolt 10 mm Dia Grouting pump with agitator Grass (Doob) Grass (Fine) HDPE pipes 75mm dia HDPE pipes 90mm dia Hedge plants Helical pipes 600mm diameter Hot applied thermoplastic compound HTS strand Joint Sealant Compound Jute netting. open weave. (Galvanised carbon steel strips) Reinforcement strips 60 mm wide 5 mm thick as per clause 3102. internal dia 100 mm Pesticide Pipes 200 mm dia. (Stainless steel strips) Reinforcement strips 60 mm wide 5 mm thick as per clause 3102.S. (Glass reinforced polymer/fibre reinforced polymer/polymeric strips) Reinforcement strips 60 mm wide 5 mm thick as per clause 3102. chloroprene seal.5 m long for drainage Plastic sheath.5 cm square opening for seeding and Mulching LDO for steam curing M. anchorage elements.8 8 80 110 275 165 Page 22 . Aluminium strips) Rivets Sand bags (Cost of sand and Empty cement bag) Sapling 2 m high 25 mm dia Scrap tyres of size 900 x 20 Seeds Selected earth nos hour kg kg metre metre each metre litre tonne kg sqm litre nos kg kg tonne metre input 35 150 12 12 35 7 1050 100 58000 275 12 37 50 200 46 38219 190000 M-128 M-129 M-130 M-131 M-132 M-133 M-134 M-135 M-136 M-137 M-138 M-139 M-140 M-141 M-142 M-143 M-144 M-145 M-146 M-147 M-148 M-149 M-150 M-151 M-152 M-153 M-154 M-155 M-156 M-157 M-158 M-159 M-160 M-161 M-162 M-163 metre nos kg litre litre sqm metre metre kg metre sqm nos metre sqm cum metre sqm kg kg kg cum metre metre metre kg metre metre metre metre metre each nos each nos kg cum input input input input input input input input input input 210000 25 50 180 160 78 280 0. all steel sections protected against corrosion and installed by the manufacturer or his authorised representative Nipples 12mm Nuts and bolts Paint Pavement Marking Paint Paving Fabric Perforated geosynthetic pipe 150 mm dia Perforated pipe of cement concrete.8 500 950 4000 55 30 155 46 470 775 1050 385 80 0.2 modules chloroprene seal.25 mm thick for dowel bars Plastic tubes 50 cm dia. 1.shoes @ 35 Kg per pile of 15 m Tor Steel bars Modular strip/box seal expansion joint including anchorage catering to a horizontal movement beyond 70 mm and upto 140mm assembly comprising of edge beams.2 mm nominal size Preformed continuous chloroprene elastomer or closed cell foam sealing element with high tear strength. 2. Clamps M.S. central beam. support and control system.25 mm thick for expansion joint. 2. support and control system. Clamps M.S. all steel sections protected against corrosion and installed by the manufacturer or his authorised representative Modular strip/box seal expansion joint catering to a horizontal movement beyond 140mm and upto 210mm box/box seal joint assembly containing 3 modules/cells and comprising of edge beams. anchorage elements. Pre-coated stone chips of 13.2 m high Polymer braids Pre moulded Joint filler.

18 cum per 100 sqm at site of work for turfing Sodium vapour lamp Square Rubble Coursed Stone Steel circular hollow pole of standard specification for street lighting to mount light at 5 m height above deck level Steel circular hollow pole of standard specification for street lighting to mount light at 9 m height above road level Steel drum 300 mm dia 1.M-164 M-165 M-166 M-167 M-168 M-169 M-170 M-171 M-172 M-173 M-174 M-175 M-176 M-177 M-178 M-179 M-180 M-181 M-182 M-183 M-184 M-185 M-186 M-187 M-188 M-189 M-190 M-191 M-192 M-193 M-194 M-195 M-196 Separation Membrane of impermeable plastic sheeting 125 micron thick Sheathing duct Shrubs Sludge / Farm yard manure @ 0.60 201.2 m high/empty bitumen drum Steel helmet and cushion block on top of pile head during driving. permanent wedges etc Unstaked lime Water Water based cement paint Welded steel wire fabric Wire mesh 50mm x 50mm size of 3mm wire Wooden ballies 2" Dia for bracing Wooden ballies 8" Dia and 9 m long Wooden packing Wooden staff for fastening of flag 25 mm dia. Steel pipe 25 mm external dia as per Steel pipe 50 mm external dia as per Steel wire rope 20 mm Steel wire rope 40 mm Strip seal expansion join Structural Steel Super plastisizer admixture IS marked as per 9103-1999 Synthetic Geogrids as per clause 3102.8 and approved design and specifications. one m long IS:1239 IS:1239 sqm metre each cum each cum each each nos kg metre metre kg kg metre tonne kg sqm each nos each cum nos nos tonne KL litre kg kg each each cum each input input 25 90 10 110 1650 470 5000 8250 55 165 175 350 222. Through and bond stone Tie rods 20mm diameter Tiles size 300 x 300 mm and 25 mm thick Timber Traffic cones with 150 mm reflective sleeve Tube anchorage set complete with bearing plate.15 11000 45219 50 12 225 14000 1200 3800 10500 55 70 40 132 35 450 3300 55 Overheads for Road Works Contractors profit for Road Works Overheads for Bridge Works Overheads for Bridge Works (Rehabilitation) Contractors profit for Bridge Works 10 % 10 % 20 % 10 % 10 % for input of Overheads or Contractors profit please type in collum C as like below Type symble of apostrope(') then input value then one space then symble of percentage (%) for example '08 % Lead from Mixing Plant to working site Lead for E/W borow area to site Lead for fly ash from source to site 0 km 3 km 50 km Page 23 .

8 (C) Item 12.8 (H) Item 12. Material & Mechinery by Batching Plant PCC Grade M30 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.8 (F) Item 12.740.00 4.00 65.528.00 Page 24 . Material & Mechinery by Mixer RCC Grade M20 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.00 6.11 (C) ii Item 12.261.8 (F) Item 12. Material & Mechinery by Batching Plant RCC Grade M35 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.00 3.00 4.00 3.8 (H) Item 12.00 3.17 Item 5.505.778. Material & Mechinery by Batching Plant PCC Grade M30 for Open Foundation (Bottom Plug) Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.976.15 Case-I Item 5.683.00 936.00 5.00 203.00 8.32 6.00 5. Material & Mechinery by Batching Plant PCC Grade M20 for Open Foundation (Bottom Plug) Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.00 6.11 (C) iv Item 12.00 4.00 5.00 67.8 (G) Item 12. Material & Mechinery by Batching Plant PCC Grade M35 including OH & CP for Well Foundation (Well Cap) by Batching Plant Excavation for Structures (Manual Means) Excavation for Structures (Mechenical Meanse) RCC Grade M20 for super-structure including OH & CP by Batching Plant RCC Grade M20 for super-structure including OH & CP by Batching Plant RCC Grade M20 for super-structure including OH & CP by Batching Plant RCC Grade M30 for super-structure including formwork and excluding OH & CP by Batching Plant RCC Grade M30 for super-structure excluding formwork and excluding OH & CP by Batching Plant Supplying .00 70.8 (D) Item 12.670.8 (E) Item 12.00 6. 3.146.00 84.00 4.605.21 5.529.1(C) Item 14.1(C) Item 14.485.00 56.00 41. Material & Mechinery by Batching Plant PCC Grade M25 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.00 77.003.9 Case-I Item 5.8 Item 8.11 (C) i Item 12.00 4.993.914.736.15 Case-III Item 5.00 7.8 (H) Item 12.849.605. Material & Mechinery by Mixer PCC Grade M30 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.00 3.11 (C) iv Item 12.00 4.413. Item 8. fitting and placing HYSD including OH & CP for sub-structure Fog Seal Crack Prevention courses.778.8 (B) PCC Item 12.00 4.00 74.00 4.00 5.779. Material & Mechinery by Mixer RCC Grade M20 including OH & CP for Open Foundation by Batching Plant RCC Grade M20 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.fitting and placing HYSD bar reinforcement in super-structure exncluding OH & CP Supplying.00 4.6 (B) Item 12.28 7.11 (F) iv Item No. Material & Mechinery by Batching Plant PCC Grade M25 for Open Foundation (Bottom Plug) Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.142.00 4.9 Case-II Summary of Rates calculated and used for analysis of rates of other items Printing new letter and figures of any shade (ii) English Roman Painting Two Coats on New Concrete Surfaces Painting angle iron post two coats Cement mortor 1:2 (Excluding OH & CP) Cement mortor 1:3 (Excluding OH & CP) Cement mortor 1:6 (Excluding OH & CP) Course Rubble masonary in cement mortor 1:3 (including OH & CP) Random Rubble masonary in cement mortor 1:6 (including OH & CP) PCC Grade M15 including OH & CP for Open Foundation by Mixer PCC Grade M15 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.00 4.8 (C) Item 12.1(B) Item 14.11 (C) iii Item 12. Case-III Stress Absorbing Membrane (SAM) crack width above 9 mm and cracked area above 50 % Crack Prevention courses. Case-II Stress Absorbing Membrane (SAM) with crack width 6 mm to 9 mm Crack Prevention courses.6 (D) Item 12.13 Item 14.21 Case-II Item 5.00 6.288. Material & Mechinery by Mixer PCC Grade M20 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.789.565.8 (A) Item 12.Items No. Case-I Stress Absorbing Membrane (SAM) crack width less than 6 mm Crack Prevention courses. Material & Mechinery by Mixer RCC Grade M25 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.90 53.6 Item 5.00 4.146.1(E) Item 14.907. Case-IV Bitumen Impregnated Geotextile Slurry Seal Case-I 5 mm thickness Slurry Seal Case-II 3 mm thickness Slurry Seal Case III 1.5 mm thickness Surface Dressing Case-I 19 mm nominal chipping size Surface Dressing Case-II 13 mm nominal size chipping Unit per cm height per letter sqm sqm cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum tonne tonne sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm Rate 0.11 (C) iii Item 12.8 (D) Item 12.00 101.21 Case-IV Item 5.11 (C) i Item 12.8 (G) Item 12. Material & Mechinery by Mixer PCC Grade M25 for Open Foundation (Bottom Plug) Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.8 (A) Item 12.13 Item No.00 42. Material & Mechinery by Mixer PCC Grade M35 including OH & CP for Well Foundation (Bottom Plug) by Batching Plant PCC Grade M35 for Open Foundation (Bottom Plug) Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.40 56.6 (A) Item 12. Material & Mechinery by Batching Plant PCC Grade M35 for Open Foundation (Bottom Plug) Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.00 5.700.105. Material & Mechinery by Mixer PCC Grade M30 for Open Foundation (Bottom Plug) Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.1(A) Item 14.014. Material & Mechinery by Batching Plant RCC Grade M25 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.055.747.8 (D) Item 12.125.7 (Addl) B) Item 12.00 6.799. Material & Mechinery by Mixer PCC Grade M20 for Open Foundation (Bottom Plug) Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.00 4.2 A Item 13.8 (H) Item 12.061. Material & Mechinery by Batching Plant RCC Grade M30 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.00 4.8 (E) Item 12. Material & Mechinery by Mixer RCC Grade M35 including OH & CP for Open Foundation by Batching Plant RCC Grade M35 excluding OH & CP for Open Foundation by Batching Plant RCC Grade M35 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.00 4.7 (A ) Item 12.00 4.8 (C) RCC Item 12. Material & Mechinery by Mixer RCC Grade M30 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.945.21 Case-I Item 5.798.00 26. 3.00 4.15 Case-II Item 5. Material & Mechinery by Mixer PCC Grade M25 including OH & CP for Open Foundation by Batching Plant PCC Grade M25 for Open Foundation Per Cum Basic Cost of Labour.507.11 (C) iv Item 12.00 4.13 38.00 4.3 Item 8.21 Case-IV Item 5.687.11 (C) ii Item 12.9 Item 12.00 5.974.

5 6 Page 25 . 4 The cost of carriage will vary depending upon the riding surface of the road. 3 The rate analysis for haulage of materials has been made in terms of tonne-kilometre (t.CHAPTER . Means of loading/unloading appropriate to the work and site is to be adopted. unsurfaced gravel roads and katcha tracks. Carriage of materials if done by boats shall be paid at the same rates as given for carriage of materials by road. unloading and stacking and this has to be added as applicable. Provision has accordingly been made considering surfaced roads. Analysis for carriage of materials is exclusive of the loading.1 CARRIAGE OF MATERIALS Preamble: 1 2 The rate analysis of loading and unloading of various items include stacking. The rate analysis for loading and unloading has been given both by manual and mechanical means.km) for ease of adoption depending upon the lead in km and load in tonnes.

excluding time for haulage and return trip) Loading and Unloading of Boulders by Manual Means Loading and Unloading of Cement or Steel by Manual Means and stacking. (Placing tipper at loading point. dumping.65 5. turning for return trip.2 1.4 (i) (ii) (iii) cum tonne tonne. km 130.CHAPTER-1 CARRIAGE OF MATERIALS Item No.25 4. Unit Rate 1.20 Page 26 .90 1. km tonne. Cost of Haulage Excluding Loading and Unloading Surfaced Road Unsurfaced Gravelled Road Katcha Track and Track in river bed / nallah bed and choe bed.55 11.45 158.3 1. Descriptions Loading and unloading of stone boulder / stone aggregates / sand / kanker / moorum. km tonne. loading with front end loader.1 cum 122.

electric and telephone lines is required to be done under the supervision of concerned departments with prior information to the user public. pipe culverts. In certain items of dismantling. like. the cost may be enhanced by additional 25 per cent. These items are required to be priced separately based on actual quantities at site and nature of work. etc. etc. extra cost of carriage is required to be added based on tonne-kilometerage as per Chapter 1. The rates include Tools & Plants (T&P) and scaffolding required for items of dismantling. For dismantling of structures. utilities. water supply lines.Chapter – 2 SITE CLEARANCE Preamble: 1 Unless otherwise stated. which can be utilized for works or auctioned. which remain submerged in water. All minor Tools & Plants (T&P) items required for dismantling have been considered to have been included in overhead charges. The dismantling of structures has been catered both by manual and mechanical means. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Page 27 . has been catered with a tractor-trolley of 3 tonnes capacity with manual loading and unloading @ 2 trips per hour within a lead of 1000 m. If site conditions warrant lowering of water level to facilitate dismantling. This will be economical for such works as compared with a tipper. branches of tree. The dismantled materials should be examined and a realistic assessment and provision should be made after due process for the salvage value for such materials. bushes. The Engineer can use his discretion depending upon quantum of work and particular site conditions. Carriage of dismantled materials. like. the cost may be enhanced by 50 per cent. Dismantling of Hume pipes has been catered manually as pipes can be easily rolled by men to a suitable stacking place within the right-of-way. In case where lead for disposal is more than 1000 m. Rate analysis for removing of stumps and roots has also been provided separately. Dismantling of utilities. the rates include sorting and disposal of unserviceable material and stacking of serviceable material with all lifts and upto a lead of 1000 m. excavation in earth and dismantling of masonary works is not included in this analysis for which suitable notes have been inserted in respective Chapters.

1 (i) (ii) (iii) 2.4 (i) I A B C II A cum cum cum cum 304.75 696. branches and removal of stumps. cement concrete grade M-10 and below Cement Concrete Grade M-15 & M-20 Prestressed / Reinforced cement concrete grade M-20 & above By Mechanical Means for items No. including cutting of trunks. removal of stumps of trees cut earlier and disposal of unserviceable materials and stackin of serviceable material to be used or auctioned up to a lead of 1000 metres including removal and disposal of top organic soil not exceeding 150 mm in thickness. disposal of unserviceable material and stacking the serviceable material with all lifts and lead of 1000 metres) Lime /Cement Concrete By Manual Means Lime Concrete. bridges.CHAPTER-2 SITE CLEARANCE Cutting of Trees. cement concrete. 202( b) & ( c) Cement Concrete Grade M-15 & M-20 2. grass.30 Page 28 . saplings and trees girth up to 300 mm. steel work. (Clearing and grubbing road land including uprooting rank vegetation.50 49941. bushes.00 2.2 198. roots.55 2. retaining walls and other structure comprising of masonry. including T&P and scaffolding wherever necessary.00 12705. shrubs. wood work.95 41246.70 355.) By Manual Means:In area of light jungle In area of thorny jungle By Mechanical Means In area of light jungle In area of thorny jungle Dismantling of Structures (Dismantling of existing structures like culverts.90 519.3 (i) A B (ii) A B hectare hectare hectare hectare 38584.50 51758. Branches and Removal (Cutting of trees. stacking of serviceable material with all lifts and up to a lead of 1000 mtrs and earth filling in the depression/pit.20 370.50 887. sorting the dismantled material.) Girth from 300 mm to 600 mm each Girth from 600 mm to 900 mm each Girth from 900 mm to 1800 mm each Clearing Grass and Removal of Rubbish hectare Clearing and Grubbing Road Land . including Cutting of Trunks.

Dry rubble masonry Dismantling stone pitching/ dry stone spalls. Up to 600 mm dia Above 600 mm to 900 mm dia Above 900 mm cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum 848. Wood work wrought framed and fixed in frames of trusses upto a height of 5 m above plinth level Steel work in all types of sections upto a height of 5 m above plinth level excluding cutting of rivet.90 182.40 830. Dismantling boulders laid in wire crates including opening of crates and stacking dismantled materials. Including dismembering Excluding dismembering.70 172.05 192.55 223. Scraping of bricks dismantled from brick work including stacking.65 metre metre metre 131.60 356.70 203. Rubble Stone Masonry in mud mortar.15 1000 numbers 1000 numbers cum cum sqm 889.60 11.05 454.70 tonne tonne tonne 1115. Extra over item No( V ) A and( V ) B for cutting rivets.20 203.95 75.35 317.50 Page 29 . In lime/Cement mortar In mud mortar Scraping of Stone from dismantled stone masonry In cement and lime mortar In Mud mortar Scarping plaster in lime or cement mortar from brick/ stone masonry Removing all type of hume pipes and stacking within a lead of 1000 metres including earthwork and dismantling of masonry works.90 203.05 253.B (ii) A B C D (iii) A B C D E F (iv) (v) A B C (vi) A B (vii) A B (viii) (ix) A B C Prestressed / Reinforced cement concrete grade M-20 & above Dismantling Brick / Tile work In lime mortar In cement mortar In mud mortar Dry brick pitching or brick soling Dismantling Stone Masonry Rubble stone masonry in lime mortar Rubble stone masonry in cement mortar.90 182.90 178.15 8.40 253.50 305.

breaking to pieces not exceeding 0. ) cum cum cum 559.10 cum 1143.30 2.8 metre 13.7 metre 61.00 34.60 2.5 I A B II A 2.80 2.) Dismantling Kerb Stone (Dismantling kerb stone by manual means and disposal of dismantled material with all lifts and up to a lead of 1000 metre) Dismantling Kerb Stone channel (Dismantling kerb stone channel by manual means and disposal of dismantled material with all lifts and up to a lead of 1000 metre) Dismantling Kilometre Stone (Dismantling of kilometre stone including cutting of earth.10 A B C each each each 291.6 Dismantling of Flexible Pavements (Dismantling of flexible pavements and disposal of dismantled materials up to a lead of 1000 metres.15 Page 30 . stacking serviceable and unserviceable materials separately) By Manual Means Bituminous courses Granular courses By Mechanical Means Bituminous course Dismantling of Cement Concrete Pavement (Dismantling of cement concrete pavement by mechanical means using pneumatic tools. foundation concrete.00 2. stacking serviceable and unserviceable materials separately) Dismantling Guard Rails (Dismantling guard rails by manual means and disposal of dismantled material with all lifts and up to a lead of 1000 metres. stacking serviceable material and unserviceable material separately. foundation and disposal of dismantled material with all lifts and lead upto 1000 m and back filling of pit. stacking serviceable materials and unserviceable materials separately.02 cum in volume and stock piling at designated locations and disposal of dismantled materials up to a lead of 1000 metres.11 metre 37.) 5th KM stone Ordinary KM Stone Hectometre Stone Dismantling of Fencing (Dismantling of barbed wire fencing/ wire mesh fencing including posts. back filling of pit by manual means including disposal of dismantled material with all lifts and up to a lead of 1000 metres.05 261.55 409.2.9 metre 20.10 2.25 174.

20 Page 31 .2.) Removal of Telephone / Electric Poles and Lines (Removal of telephone / Electric poles including excavation and dismantling of foundation concrete and lines under the supervision of concerned department.20 2.05 metre 139. disposal with all lifts and up to a lead of 1000 metres and stacking the serviceable and unserviceable material separately) metre 95.14 each 133.13 Dismantling of CI Water Pipe Line (Dismantling of CI water pipe line 600 mm dia including disposal with all lifts and lead upto 1000 metres and stacking of serviceable material and unserviceable material separately under supervision of concerned department) Removal of Cement Concrete Pipe of Sewer Gutter (Removal of cement concrete pipe of sewer gutter 1500 mm dia under the supervision of concerned department including disposal with all lifts and up to a lead of 1000 metres and stacking of serviceable and unserviceable material separately but excluding earth excavation and dismantling of masonry works.12 2.

The rate caters for disposal of unsuitable soil only upto a distance of 1 km. The possibility of using the blasted rock fragments for backfilling behind structures or backfilling of foundation pits or filling in medians/separators or use in service road shall be examined before proposing disposal of excavated rock. Any work involved for crossing of water courses for irrigation purpose. For excavation of structures refer to Chapter 11 dealing with items of Foundation. it is assumed that material is available at site from rock cutting. controlled blasting with limited charges of explosives has been provided. This involves smaller drill holes and additional requirement of electric detonators. therefore. for which rate analysis have separately been made.Chapter – 3 EARTHWORK. etc. In case excavated rock is found suitable for incorporation in works. For inhabited areas. excavator and tipper have been provided. excavation. Manual means for certain items have also been provided which can be used for areas inaccessible to machines and also for small jobs. EROSION CONTROL AND DRAINAGE Preamble: 1 The rates have been analysed using mechanical means. 2 3 4 5 6 7 In cases where embankment is constructed with earth taken from roadway. etc. The rate analysis for removal of unsuitable soil does not provide for replacement by suitable soil. grubbing. the input of dozer for spreading earth can be deleted. plate compactor has been proposed for compaction to achieve the desired density. like. Earth excavated from drains can be used in roadway berms. suitable credit for the available rock shall be given. The replacement of unsuitable soil by suitable soil shall be provided separately in the estimate. the cost of depositing the earth at the site of embankment is already included in the disposal of excavated earth and. Where lead for transporting of earth is more than 100 m. compacted volume of earth has been considered. In case of rock fill embankment. Cutting of earth by dozer has been proposed where the cut earth can be utilized for filling for embankment within a lead upto 100 m. In the rate analyses of earthwork. For narrow and restricted areas. clearing. will be priced under respective items. Provision has been made accordingly. The cost of transportation beyond the initial lead of 1 km will be paid separately based on tonnekilometerage. 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Page 32 . Hence carriage for disposal of same is not provided.

4 cum 227. 80 HP including cutting and pushing the cut earth to site of embankment upto a distance of 100 metres ( average lead 50 metres).35 3. trimming bottom and side slopes in accordance with the requirements of lines. (Excavation for roadway in soil using manual means including loading in truck for carrying of cut earth to embankment site with all lifts and lead upto1000 metres.3 cum 135.) Excavation in Ordinary Rock with Dozer with lead upto 100 metres (Excavation for roadway in ordinary rock by deploying a dozer.CHAPTER-3 EARTH WORK.) 3.95 Page 33 . grades and cross sections.) Excavation in ordinary rock by manual means (Excavation in ordinary rock using manual means including loading in a truck and carrying of excavated material to embankment site with in all lifts and leads upto 1000 metres) Excavation in Soil with Dozer with lead upto 100 metres ( Excavation for road way in soil by mechanical means including cutting and pushing the earth to site of embankment upto a distance of 100 metres (average lead50 metres).1 cum 140.05 3.00 3. including trimming bottom and side slopes in accordance with requirements of lines.2 cum 193. grades and cross sections. EROSION CONTROL AND DRAINAGE Excavation in Soil by Manual Means.

9 cum bucket capacity including cutting and loading in tippers. trimming bottom and side slopes. grades and cross sections.85 3. trimming bottom and side slopes in accordance with requirements of lines.05 3. trimming of bottom and side slopes in accordance with requirements of lines. loading in tippers and disposal within all lifts and lead upto 1000 metres.5 Excavation in Hard Rock (requiring blasting) with disposal upto 1000 metres (Excavation for roadway in hard rock (requiring blasting) by drilling. (Excavation for roadway in ordinary rock with hydraulic excavator of 0.7 cum 76.00 3. blasting and breaking.) A B Mechanised Manual Method cum 192. transporting to em Excavation in Hard Rock (blasting prohibited) (Excavation for roadway in hard rock (blasting prohibited) with rock breakers including breaking rock.8 cum cum 352. in accordance with requirements of lines. grades and cross sections.3. (Excavation for roadwork in soil with hydraulic excavator of0. loading and disposal of cut road with in all lifts and leads upto 1000 metres ) Excavation in Soil using Hydraulic Excavator CK 90 and Tippers with disposal upto 1000 metres.grades and cross sections.90 Page 34 . and transporting to the embankment location within all lifts and lead upto 1000m) Excavation in Ordinary Rockusing Hydraulic ExcavatorCK-90 and Tippers with disposal upto 1000 metres.55 743.6 cum 60.9 cum bucket capacity including cutting and loading in tippers.

9 cum bucket capacity including cutting and loading in tippers and disposal with in all lifts and lead upto 1000 metres. collection of the excavated rock by a 80 HP dozer.10 cum 66.11 cum 60.35 3. all as specified in clause No.75 3.) Pre-splitting of Rock Excavation Slopes (Carrying out excavation in hard rock to achieve a specified slope of the rock face by controlled use of explosives and blasting accessories in properly aligned and spaced drill holes. loading and disposal upto 1000 metres lead but excluding replacement by suitable soil which shall be paid separately as per clause 305.) Removal of Unserviceable Soil with Disposal upto 1000 metres (Removal of unserviceable soil including excavation. blasting and breaking. trimming of bottom and side slopes in accordance with requirements of lines. grades and cross sections. loading in tipper by a front end loader and disposing of the material with all lifts and lead upto 1000 m.80 Page 35 .grades and cross sections. 303) cum 245.9 Excavation in Hard Rock (controlled blasting) with disposal upto 1000 metres (Excavation for roadway in hard rock with controlled blasting by drilling.3.12 sqm 133. trimming of bottom and side slopes in accordance with requirements of lines. loading and disposal of cut road with in all lifts and leads upto 1000 metres ) Excavation in Marshy Soil (Excavation for roadway in marshy soil with hydraulic excavator 0.65 3.

13 Excavation for Structures (Earth work in excavation of foundation of structures as per drawing and technical specification.55 479. backfilling the excavation earth to the extent required and utilising the remaining earth locally for road work. construction of shoring and bracing.) cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum 203. ) Scarifying existing bituminous surface to a depth of 50 mm by mechanical means (Scarifying the existing bituminous road surface to a depth of 50 mm and disposal of scarified material with in all lifts and lead upto 1000 metres.20 694.20 3. dressing of sides and bottom.25 Page 36 . including setting out.30 210.15 sqm 5.30 41.35 254.10 55.55 3.14 sqm 20. removal of stumps and other deleterious matter.05 454.3.) (i) A B (ii) A B (iii) A (iv) A (v) A B Ordinary soil Manual Means (Depth upto 3 m) Mechanical Means (Depth upto 3 m) Ordinary rock (not requiring blasting) Manual Means (Depth upto 3 m) Mechanical Means Hard rock ( requiring blasting ) Manual Means Hard rock ( blasting prohibited ) Mechanical Means Marshy soil Manual means ( upto 3 m depth) Mechanical Means Scarifying Existing Granular Surface to a Depth of 50 mm by Manual Means (Scarifying the existing granular road surface to a depth of 50 mm and disposal of scarified material within all lifts and leads upto 1000 metres.

17 cum 94. spreading.3.18 cum 309. grading to required slope and compacted to meet requirement of table 300-2) cum 265.10 Page 37 .30 3.16 Embankment Construction with Material Obtained from Borrow Pits (Construction of embankment with approved material obtained from borrow pits with all lifts and leads.65 3. transporting to site. spreading. transporting to site. grading to required slope and compacting to meet requirement of table 300-2) Construction of Embankment with Material Deposited from Roadway Cutting (Construction of embankment with approved materials deposited at site from roadway cutting and excavation from drain and foundation of other structures graded and compacted to meet requirement of table 300-2) Construction of Subgrade and Earthen Shoulders (Construction of subgrade and earthen shoulders with approved material obtained from borrow pits with all lifts & leads.

) :Compacting original ground supporting embankment Stripping and Storing Top Soil (Stripping.19 Case-I Compacting Original Ground Compacting original ground supporting subgrade (Loosening of the ground upto a level of500 mm below the subgrade level.22 sqm 31.30 3.80 3.20 cum 166. graded and compacted in layers to meet requirement of table 300-2 for subgrade construction. storing at a suitable place. storing of top soil by road side at 15 m internal and re-application on embankment slopes. finishing it to the required levels and satisfaction of the farmer.3.) Turfing with Sods (Furnishing and laying of the live sods of perennial turf forming grass on embankment slope.55 Case-II cum 20. fetching of rods and watering) cum 51.30 Page 38 .20 3. spreading and re-laying after taking the borrow earth to maintain fertility of the agricultural field.21 cum 81. watered. storing and re-laying top soil from borrow areas in agriculture fields. verges or other locations shown on the drawing or as directed by the engineer including preparation of ground. cut slopes and other areas in localities where the available embankment material is not conducive to plant growth) Stripping. (Stripping of top soil from borrow areas located in agriculture fields.

grades. grades. fertilizer.25 Page 39 .4 sqm in ordinary rock to specified lines.26 metre metre 128. including watering for 3 months all as per clause 308) Surface Drains in Soil (Construction of unlined surface drains of average cross sectional area 0.25 A B 3.23 Seeding and Mulching (Preparation of seed bed on previously laid top soil.35 51. applying bituminous emulsion at the rate of0. mulching material.23 litres per sqm and laying and fixing jute netting.) Mechanical Means Manual Means Surface Drains in Hard Rock (Rate per metre may be worked out based on quantity of hard rock as per design.80 3. levels and dimensions to the requirement of clause 301 and 309. levels and dimensions as per approved design and to the requirement of clause 301 to 309.3. Excavated material to be used in embankment at site.24 metre metre 63. furnishing and placing of seeds. Excavated material to be used in embankment within a lead of50 metres (average lead 25 metres)) A B Mechanical means Manual Means Surface Drains in Ordinary Rock (Construction of unlined surface drain of average cross sectional area 0.95 3.40 sqm in soil to specified lines.45 76.) sqm 100.

excavated material to be utilised in roadway ) Underground Drain at Edge of Pavement (Construction of an underground drain 1 m x 1 m (inside dimensions) lined with RCC-20 cm thick and covered with RCC slab10 cm in thickness on urban roads) Preparation and Surface Treatment of formation. cross section of excavation 450 x 550 mm.30 sqm 1.25 3. Excavated material to be utilised in roadway at site ) Aggregate Sub.90 3. trimming to the required line. complete as per clause 310. with 150 mm bedding below the pipe and 300 mm cushion above the pipe.27 Sub Surface Drains with Perforated Pipe (Construction of subsurface drain with perforated pipe of 100 mm internal diameter of metal/ asbestos cement/ cement concrete/PVC. profile and rolling with 8-10 tonne smooth wheeled roller.) metre 421.29 metre 2956.Surface Drains (Construction of aggregate sub surface drain 300 mm x 450 mm with aggregates conforming to table 300-4. perforations ranging from 3 mm to 6 mm depending upon size of material surrounding the pipe. grade.28 metre 193. (Preparation and surface treatment of formation by removing mud and slurry.75 3. watering to the extent needed to maintain the desired moisture content.3.80 Page 40 . closely jointed.

(Excavation in soil in hilly area by mechanical means including cutting 3.70 cum 198. rolled with vibratory road roller.32 (ii) and trimming of side slopes and disposing of excavated earth on the Barren Valley side) Excavation in Hilly Area in Ordinary Rock by Mechanical Means not Requiring Blasting.60 3.32 (i) cum 135. (Excavation in hilly area in ordinary rock not requiring ballasting 3.33 (ii) mechanical means including cutting and trimming of slopes and disposal of excavated earth on the barren valley side) cum 72.3. (Excavation in hilly area in ordinary rock not requiring blasting by 3.31 Construction of Rock fill Embankment (Construction of rock fill embankment with broken hard rock fragments of size not exceeding 300 mm laid in layers not exceeding 500 mm thick including filling of surface voids with stone spalls.33 (i) by mechanical means including cutting and trimming of slopes and disposal of cut material with all lift and lead upto 1000 metres ) Disposal of excavated earth on the barren valley side.50 cum 114.15 Page 41 .45 Depositing of excavated earth on the barren valley side. all complete as per clause 313) Excavation in Hill Area in Soil by Mechanical Means (Excavation in soil in hilly area by mechanical means including cutting and trimming of side slopes and disposing of excavated earth with all lifts and lead upto 1000 metres) cum 49. blinding top layer with granular material.

Excavation in Hilly Area in Ordinary Rock by Manual Means (Excavation in Ordinary Rock using Manual Means including loading 3.34 Excavation in Hilly Areas in Hard Rock Requiring Blasting (Excavation in hilly areas in hard rock requiring blasting. by mechanical means including trimming of slopes and disposal of cut material with all lifts and lead upto 1000 metres.1) Deduct for quantum of earthwork of all types disposal directly by throwing into the valley 3.50 cum 77.35 (ii) disposal directly by throwing into the valley without involving any lead and lift.5 m and a lead upto 20 A m as per drawing and Technical Specification Clause 1603.) Deduct for quantum of earthwork of all types 3.15 cum 279. Soil containing B shingle or small size boulders.35 (ii) in a truck and carrying of excavated material A to embankment site with a lift upto 1. (Ordinary B and Hard Rock) cum 127.95 Excavation in Hilly Areas in Soil by Manual Means (Excavation in soil in Hilly Area by Manual Means including cutting and trimming 3.35 (i) of side slopes and disposing of excavated earth with a lift upto 1.) cum 264.20 Page 42 .2.35 (i) without involving any lead and lift (Ordinary and Hard Soil/Hard Shale.3.5 m and lead upto 20 m as per Clause 1603.05 cum 48.

3 4 Mix in place method Plant mix method 2 Construction of shoulders: . two alternatives as under have been provided. In the case of lime stabilization of subbase. BASES (NON-BITUMINOUS) AND SHOULDERS Preamble: 1 Quantities of materials provided are approximate and are meant for the purpose of estimating only. Only lime has been catered. The quantities of aggregates provided in the rate analysis under the head material are the uncompacted quantities.Earthen. Hard and Paved shoulders have been considered. soil has been provided to form the sub-base. sub-base and different layers of pavement respectively. 5 6 Page 43 . detailed local enquires should be made and prevailing market rates ascertained from concerned suppliers in the area keeping in view the location of crushing plants and lead involved. For construction of sub-base. soil is assumed to be available at the site and has not been provided for. the rates applicable are for subgrade. In the case of improvement of subgrade with lime stabilization. The quantities considered in the output are the compacted quantities. a. While providing for the rate of materials.Chapter – 4 SUB-BASES. Actual quantities shall be as per mix design. b.

90 . mixing by mix in place method with rotavator at OMC.70 4.400-1) Plant Mix Method (Construction of granular sub-base by providing close graded Material.I Material for grading.05 B (i) (ii) (iii) cum cum cum 1032.BITUMINOUS) AND SHOULDERS 4. spreading in uniform layers with motor grader on prepared surface and compacting with vibratory power roller to achieve the desired density. mixing in a mechanical mix plant at OMC.90 965.80 888. and compacting with vibratory roller to achieve the desired density.75 895. BASES ( NON.80 903.and compacting with vibratory roller to achieve the desired density.II Material for grading-III Material Granular Sub-Base with Coarse Graded Material ( Table:.30 4.55 1035.II Material for grading-III Material By Mix in Place Method (Construction of granular subbase by providing close graded material.2) (Construction of granular sub-base by providing coarse graded material. spreading in uniform layers with motor grader on prepared surface. complete as per clause 401 ) for grading.1 Granular Sub-base with Close Graded Material (Table:.10 788.55 1020.II Material for grading-III Material Lime Stabilisation for Improving Subgrade (Laying and spreading available soil in the subgrade on a prepared surface.I Material for grading. spreading in uniform layers with motor grader on prepared surface.2 (i) (ii) (iii) cum cum cum 1057.I Material for grading. pulverising. complete as per clause 401) for grading. mixing the spread soil in place with rotavator with 3 % slaked lime having minimum content of 70% of CaO. complete as per clause 401) for grading.CHAPTER-4 SUB-BASES. mixing by mix in place method with rotavator at OMC.400.3 A B cum cum 796. grading with motor grader and compacting with the road roller at OMC to the desired density to form a layer of improved sub grade) By Mechanical Means By Manual Means Page 44 A (i) (ii) (iii) cum cum cum 1164. carriage of mixed Material to work site.

55 4.) By Manual Means Grading.) Cement Treated Soil Sub Base/ Base (Providing. laying and spreading soil on a prepared sub grade.II (Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel) Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel Using Screening Type-A (13.8 cum 785. pulverising. laying. grading with the motor grader and compacting with the road roller at OMC to achieve the desired unconfined compressive strength and to form a layer of subbase/base. spreading and compacting stone aggregates of specific sizes to water bound macadam specification including spreading in uniform thickness.30 1778. mixing the spread soil in place with rotavator with 3 % slaked lime with minimum content of 70% of CaO. laying.I (Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel) Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel Using Screening Type-A (13. mixing in place with rotavator.4 Lime Treated Soil for Sub. grading with motor grader and compacting with the road roller at OMC to achieve at least 98%of the max dry density to form a layer of sub base.) Using Screening Type-B (11.4. pulverising. laying and spreading soil on a prepared sub grade.11 cum cum cum 1342. watering and compacting to the required density.45 1616.) Inverted Choke (Construction of inverted choke by providing.2mm Agg.) Grading. rolling with vibratory roller 8-10 tonnes in stages to proper grade and camber. hand packing.2mm Agg.75 4.2mm Agg.) Grading.90 Page 45 .90 4. spreading and compacting screening B type/ coarse sand of specified grade in uniform layer on a prepared surface with motor grader and compacting with power roller etc) Water Bound Macadam (Providing.Base (Providing.III (Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel) cum 991.9 A (i) (a) (b) (ii) (a) (b) (c) (iii) cum cum 1311.5 cum 1001. adding the designed quantity of cement to the spread soil. applying and brooming requisite type of screening/ binding Materials to fill up the interstices of coarse aggregate.30 1506.

II (Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel) Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel Using Screening Type-A (13.00 1670.15 1507.55 1811.2mm Agg.. spreading and compacting graded stone aggregate to wet mix macadam specification including premixing the Material with water at OMC in mechanical mix plant carriage of mixed Material by tipper to site.) Penetration Coat Over Top Layer of Crushed Cement Concrete Base (Spraying of bitumen over cleaned dry surface of crushed cement concrete base at the rate of 25 kg per 10 sqm by a bitumen pressure distributor. laying.base / base course on well prepared surface and compacting with vibratory roller to achieve the desired density.25 1702.20 4.III (Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel) Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel Using Screening Type-B (11.2mm Agg.60 cum cum 1266.50 Page 46 .3. constructed as WBM to clause 404 except the use of screening or binding Material.(a) (b) B (i) (a) (b) (ii) (a) (b) (c) (iii) (a) (b) 4.) Crushed Cement Concrete Sub-base / Base (Breaking and crushing of material obtained by breaking damaged cement concrete slabs to size range not exceeding 75 mm as specified in table 400.) Grading.11 Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel Using Screening Type-B (11.30 sqm 31. laying and compacting the same as sub base/ base course.12 cum 1269.00 1398.) cum cum 1374. laying in uniform layers with paver in sub.2mm Agg.82 cum cum cum 1234.7 transporting the aggregates obtained from breaking of cement concrete slabs at a lead of L km.I (Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel) Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel Using Screening Type-A (13.) Grading.13 cum per 10 sqm by a mechanical gritter and rolling the surface as per clause 506.8) Wet Mix Macadam (Providing.) By Mechanical Means: Grading.10 cum cum 1203.2mm Agg.10 4.) Using Screening Type-B (11. spreading of key aggregates at the rate of 0.80 cum 188.2mm Agg.

85 2209.18 dressing to camber and consolidating with road roller. graded and compacted as per clause 407) Construction of Median and Island with Soil Taken from Borrow Areas (Construction of median and Island above road level with approved material brought from borrow pits. Earthen Shoulders) Crusher Run Macadam Base (Providing crushed stone aggregate.4. watering and compacting with a vibratory roller to clause 410 to form a layer of sub-base/Base) A cum 212. spread. cum cum cum cum 2082. depositing on a prepared surface by hauling vehicles. and rerolling the sub grade. lead upto 50 m.) Consolidation of sub-grade with road roller of 8 to 12 tonne capacity including making good the undulations etc.14 cum 448. sloped and compacted as per clause 407) Construction of Shoulders (A.50 cm.10 1598.17 By Mix in Place Method (i) For 53 mm maximum size (ii) For 45 mm maximum size By Mixing Plant : B (i) For 53 mm maximum size (ii) For 45 mm maximum size Preparation of sub grade (Preparation of sub grade by excavating earth to an average depth of 22.90 sqm 3.13 Construction of Median and Island with Soil Taken from Roadway Cutting (Construction of Median and Island above road level with approved material deposited at site from roadway cutting and excavation for drain and foundation of other structures.25 4. (A) making good the undulations etc. spreading and mixing with a motor grader.18 (B) with earth or quarry spoils etc. and disposal of surplus earth. spread.15 4.55 sqm 52.80 4. 4.25 Page 47 .65 2425. 4.

Chapter – 5 BASES AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS)
Preamble: 1 2 3 4 5 Various alternatives for machines and materials have been provided. The one that suits a particular situation and design may be adopted. The outputs considered for construction equipment are for compacted quantities of relevant items and not for loose quantities. In case of prime coat and tack coat, average quantities of binder indicated in specifications have been taken. Tack coat and prime coat, wherever provided, are required to be measured and paid separately. Cleaning of surface is a part of the item of prime coat and tack coat. As such cleaning of surface has not been provided for bituminous courses as the same is already catered in prime/tack coat. However, for those cases where such coats are not required to be done, cleaning of surface shall be included and paid. Rolling of bituminous courses is required to be done as per Clause 501.6 of MORD Specifications. Provision in the analysis has been made accordingly. It has been observed during actual practice at work sites, that the availability of road roller is generally inadequate. As compaction is the key to good construction, this point is being specifically highlighted to ensure that adequate number of road rollers as per provision in the rate analysis are deployed at site. Spreading of bituminous materials shall be done by mechanical means except in areas where a mechanical paver cannot have access. Hot Mazdoor is the one who work for Bitumen heating/spreading or spreading of hot bituminous mix. He will be paid the same wages. However, he will be provided safety kits containing normally gumboots, hand gloves, dark goggles, barnol, country soap, coconut oil, tarring outfits, etc. For this purpose, additional 0.5 per cent sundries have been provided in the analysis of rates in addition to the normal sundries covered by overheads. Where the proposed aggregates fail to pass the stripping value test, an approved adhesion agent shall be added to the binder as per Clause 507.2.4 with the approval of the Engineer and cost of the adhesion agent shall be added under the subhead of materials. The Factor for usage of rollers has been taken as 0.65 in case of Bituminous Macadam only.

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Prime coat (Providing and applying primer coat with bitumen emulsion on prepared surface of granular Base including clearing of road surface and spraying primer at the rate of 0.60 kg/sqm using mechanical means.) Tack coat Providing and applying tack coat with bitumen emulsion using emulsion pressure distributor at the rate of 0.20 kg per sqm on the prepared bituminous/granular surface cleaned with mechanical broom. Bituminous Macadam (Providing and laying bituminous macadam with 100-120 TPH hot mix plant producing an average output of 75 tonnes per hour using crushed aggregates of specified grading premixed with bituminous binder, transported to site, laid over a previously prepared surface with paver finisher to the required grade, level and alignment and rolled as per clauses 501.6 and 501.7 to achieve the desired compaction) (i) (ii) for Grading I ( 40 mm nominal size ) for Grading II (19 mm nominal size) Bituminous Penetration Macadam (Construction of penetration macadam over prepared Base by providing a layer of compacted crushed coarse aggregate using chips spreader with alternate applications of bituminous binder and key aggregates and rolling with a smooth wheeled steel roller 8-10 tonne capacity to achieve the desired degree of compaction) 50 mm thick 75 mm thick

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Built-Up-Spray Grout (Providing, laying and rolling of built-up-spray grout layer over prepared base consisting of a two layer composite construction of compacted crushed coarse aggregates using motor grader for aggregates. key stone chips spreader may be used with application of bituminous binder after each layer, and with key aggregates placed on top of the second layer to serve as a Base conforming to the line, grades and cross-section specified, the compacted layer thickness being 75 mm) Dense Graded Bituminous Macadam (Providing and laying dense bituminous macadam with 100-120 TPH batch type HMP producing an average output of 75 tonnes per hour using crushed aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder @ 4.0 to 4.5% by weight of total mix of mix and filler, transporting the hot mix to work site, laying with a hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade, level and alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem rollers to achieve the desired compaction as per MoRTH specification clause No. 507 complete in all respects.)

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for Grading I ( 40 mm nominal size ) for GradingII(19 mm nominal size) Semi - Dense Bituminous Concrete (Providing and laying semi dense bituminous concrete with 100-120 TPH batch type HMP producing an average output of 75 tonnes per hour using crushed aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder @ 4.5 to 5 % of mix and filler, transporting the hot mix to work site, laying with a hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade, level and alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem rollers to achieve the desired compaction as per MoRTH specification clause No. 508 complete in all respects) for Grading I ( 13 mm nominal size ) for GradingII(10 mm nominal size)

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10 (i) Case . laying with a hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade.4 to 5. laying and rolling with a smooth wheeled roller 8-10 tonne capacity.30 (ii) sqm 145. Case .I: Mechanical method using Penetration grade Bitumen and HMP of appropriate capacity not less than 75 tonnes/hour .70 9344. finished to required level and grades. level and alignment.) cum cum 9410.80 5.5.Graded Premix Surfacing (Providing. vibratory and tandem rollers to achieve the desired compaction as per MORTH specification clause No.graded premix surfacing of 20 mm thickness composed of 13.6 mm aggregates either using penetration grade bitumen or cut-back or emulsion to required line. grade and level to serve as wearing course on a previously prepared base. including mixing in a suitable plant.2 mm to 5. rolling with smooth wheeled.55 63.9 Case -1 Case .35 Page 51 .II: Open-Graded Premix Surfacing using cationic Bitumen Emulsion sqm 135. 509 complete in all respects) (i) (ii) for Grading-I ( 13 mm nominal size ) for Grading-II(10 mm nominal size) Surface Dressing (Providing and laying surface dressing as wearing course in single coat using crushed stone aggregates of specified size on a layer of bituminous binder laid on prepared surface and rolling with 8-10 tonne smooth wheeled steel roller) :-19 mm nominal chipping size 13 mm nominal size chipping Open . premixed with bituminous binder @ 5. transporting the hot mix to work site.II sqm sqm 72.6 % of mix and filler. laying and rolling of open .50 5.8 Bituminous Concrete (Providing and laying bituminous concrete with 100-120 TPH batch type hot mix plant producing an average output of 75 tonnes per hour using crushed aggregates of specified grading.

I : Type A Case . laying and rolling of close-graded premix surfacing material of 20 mm thickness composed of 11. ) Seal Coat (Providing and laying seal coat sealing the voids in a bituminous surface laid to the specified levels.11 Close Graded Premix Surfacing/Mixed Seal Surfacing (Mechanical means using HMP of appropriate capacity not less than 75 tonnes/hour.90 (ii) sqm 49. including royalties. Alternatively. grade and level to serve as wearing course on a previously prepared base. and finishing to required level and grade. if found economical. collection.5. fees rents. nearest crusher site may be ascertained.20 5.2 mm to 0.35 5. rates for stone crushing given in chapter 1may be adopted. Providing. Loading and un-loading charges and cost of carriage may be added to these rates to arrive at the cost at site. specified in the respective specified clauses.7 mm size and penetration bitumen of suitable grade. grade and cross fall using Type A and B seal coats) Case .2 mm to 0. stacking and testing and measured in cum as per clause 514. including mixing in a suitable plant.II : Type B (Providing and laying of premix sand seal coat with HMP of appropriate capacity not less than 75 tonnes/ hours using crushed stone chipping 6. laying and rolling with a Smooth wheeled roller 8-10 tonne capacity.) sqm 146.09 mm (Type-a) or 13.12 (i) sqm 65. In case for supply of aggregates at site are not available.) Supply of Stone Aggregates for Pavement Courses (Supply of stone aggregates from approved sources confirming to the physical requirement.13 cum Page 52 .09 mm (Type-b) aggregates using penetration grade bitumen to the required line. transportation.5 Competitive market rates to be ascertained.

55 4.5 mm or 13. protruding 1 mm to 4 mm over mastic surface.40 Page 53 . all complete as per clause 515.2 mm nominal size aggregate Using cutback bitumen and 19 mm or 26.5 mm nominal size aggregate sqm 578.) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Using bitumen emulsion and 9. compacting and finishing to specified grades and levels. portland cement filler. mixing of slurry seal in a suitable mobile plant. prepared by using mastic cooker and laid to required level and slope after cleaning the surface.5.14 Mastic Asphalt (Providing and laying 25 mm thick mastic asphalt wearing course with paving grade bitumen meeting the requirements given in table 50029.5 mm or 13.96 25.00 5.2 mm nominal size aggregate Using bitumen emulsion and 19 mm or 26. bituminous emulsion and water on a road surface including cleaning of surface.25 8091.005cum per 10 sqm and at an approximate spacing of 10 cm center to center in both directions. transporting.25 7779.17 added sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm 69. the following may be added Bituminous Cold Mix ( Including Gravel Emulsion) (Providing.15 5. including providing antiskid surface with bitumen precoated fine-grained hard stone chipping of 13.90 5.2 mm nominal size at the rate of 0.5 mm thickness Fog Spray 1. laying and compacting to provide even riding surface) (i) (ii) (iii) 5 mm thickness 3 mm thickness 1.18 cum cum cum cum 10775.In case it is decided by the engineer to blind the fog spray.90 10456.70 41. including mixing in a plant of suitable type and capacity.5 mm nominal size aggregate Using cutback bitumen and 9. pressed into surface when the temperature of surfaces not less than 1000C.65 33.) Slurry Seal Providing and laying slurry seal consisting of a mixture of fine aggregates. laying and rolling of bituminous cold mix on prepared base consisting of a mixture of unheated mineral aggregate and emulsified or cutback bitumen. laying.

19 Sand Asphalt Base Course (Providing. transporting.21 (i) sqm 67. levels.05 Page 54 .) cum 7020. sweeping the surface for uniform spread of aggregates and surface finished to conform to clause 902. with crack width 6 to 9 mm after cleaning with a mechanical broom. sprayed at the rate of 11 kg per 10 sqm and spreading 11. sprayed at the rate of 9 kg per 10 sqm and spreading 5. grades and cross sections as per the drawings including mixin in a plant of suitable type and capacity.11 cum per 10 sqm with hydraulic chip spreader.20 (ii) sqm 77. using modified binder complying with clause 521.20 5.2 mm crushed stone aggregates @ 0.6 mm crushed stone aggregates @ 0.3 and IRC: SP: 53 blending of modifier with bitumen to be done either at the refinery or at the site plant capable of producing the modified binder to be delivered in drums which shall be agitated in melted condition using suitable device before use to ensure uniform dispersion.12 cum per 10 sqm.) Stress Absorbing Membrane (SAM) with crack width 6 mm to 9 mm (Providing and laying of a stress absorbing membrane over a cracked road surface. with crack width below 6 mm after cleaning with a mechanical broom. sweeping the surface for uniform spread of aggregates and surface finished to conform to clause 902. mineral filler and bituminous binder on a prepared subgrade or sub-base to the lines.) Modified Binder (Supply of modified binder produced by mixing bitumen with modifier such as natural rubber or crumb rubber or any other polymer found compatible with bitumen and which allows properties given in clause 521. compacting and finishing.20 tonne 5.5. laying. using modified binder complying with clause 521. laying and rolling sand-asphalt base course composed of sand.) Crack Prevention Courses Stress Absorbing Membrane (SAM) crack width less than 6 mm (Providing and laying of a stress absorbing membrane over a cracked road surface.

by paver finisher.2 mm crushed stone aggregates @ 0.75 11441.45 9059. with crack width above 9 mm and cracked area above 50 % after cleaning with a mechanical broom. all as per clause 519. laid over prepared surface. rolled with a pneumatic tyred roller initially and finished with a smooth steel wheel roller.3) sqm 101. using modified binder complying with clause 521.) Recipe Cold Mix (Providing and laying of premix of crushed stone aggregates and emulsion binder. mixed in a batch type cold mixing plant.(iii) Stress Absorbing Membrane (SAM) crack width above 9 mm and cracked area above 50 % (Providing and laying a single coat of a stress absorbing membrane over a cracked road surface. sprayed at the rate of 15 kg per 10 sqm and spreading 11.60 5.22 (i) (ii) (iii) 75 mm thickness 40 mm thickness 25 mm thickness cum cum cum 6011.12 cum per 10 sqm.25 Page 55 . sweeping the surface for uniform spread of aggregates and surface finished to conform to clause 902.

cement of 33 grade may be preferred. 2 3 4 5 6 Page 56 . While a slip form paver has been catered for the top layer of concrete pavement. While tippers have been provided for tranportation of dry lean cement concrete and rolled cement concrete.. Super plasticizer admixture has been provided to improve workability with reduced water cement ratio. However. for pavement quality concrete to get higher strength. transit truck mixers have been considered for the cement concrete pavement. Cement 43 grade has been catered for the cement concrete pavement i. for dry lean concrete. Materials provided in the rate analysis are for estimating prupose.Chapter – 6 CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT Preamble: 1 High capacity batch mix plants of 75 cum/hour (effective output) has been considered in the rate analysis of cement concrete pavement works. Exact quantity of materiasl be determined for the job mix formula. a mechanical paver has been provided for dry lead and roller cement concrete.e.

debonding strip.base (Construction of dry lean cement concrete Sub. dowel jointed. aggregate gradation after blending to be as per table 600-1. the size of coarse aggregate not exceeding 25 mm with minimum. aggregate cement ratio15:1 and minimum cement content of 200 kg/cum. the size of coarse aggregate not exceeding 25 mm.1 cum 2781. sealant primer. joint filler.3 Rolled Cement Concrete Base (Construction of rolled cement concrete base course with coarse and fine aggregate conforming to IS:383.60 6. joint sealant. laid with a fixed form or slip form paver.2 cum 6230.base over a prepared sub-grade with coarse and fine aggregate conforming to IS: 383. expansion. aggregate gradation to be as per table 600-4 after blending. separation membrane. plain cement concrete pavement over a prepared sub base with 43 grade cement @ 400 kg per cum.CHAPTER-6 CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENTS Dry Lean Cement Concrete Sub. finishing and curing. mixed in a batching plant. finishing and curing. compacted and finished in a continuous operation including provision of contraction. the designed flexural strength. transporting to site. finishing to lines and grades as per drawing ) 6. transported to site.75 Page 57 . concrete strength not to be less than 10 Mpa at 7 days.05 6. maximum size of coarse aggregate not exceeding 25 mm. aggregate cement ratio not to exceed 15:1. coarse and fine aggregate conforming to IS 383.) cum 3265. spread. admixtures as approved. tie rod. laid with a paver with electronic sensor. curing compound. optimum moisture content to be determined during trial length construction. construction and longitudinal joints. mixed in a batching and mixing plant as per approved mix design. mixing in batching plant at optimum moisture content.) Cement Concrete Pavement (Construction of un-reinforced. transported to site. compacting with 8-10 tonnes smooth wheeled vibratory roller to achieve. cement content not to be less than 150 kg/ cum. compacting with 8-10 tonnes vibratory roller. laying with a paver with electronic sensor. dowel bar.

the thickness of slab should be tapered to 10 cm over a length of 3 m towards the flexible pavement.) Page 58 . a gradual changeover from rigid pavement to flexible pavement is desirable to avoid any damage at the butting joint. The deficiency of thickness caused due to tapering of the slab should be made up by the asphaltic layers. After provision of an expansion joint in the cement concrete slab.4 Transition section between rigid and flexible pavement (Due to change in the properties of materials and type of construction.6.

The traffic signs proposed are of retro-reflectorised type made of encapsulated lens type reflective sheeting fixed over almunium sheeting as per Clause 801. tightly packed and compacted. i. 330 mm long.e. Any of these two can be adopted depending upon a particular situation and design. Only one support is provided for size upto 0. The rate analysis for traffic impact attenuators at abutments and piers have been inlcuded. semi-regid and flexible crash barriershave been included.9 sqm. The rate for message display board for gantry mounted variable message sign is required to be ascertained from the market. Provision has been made for a crance for installation of overhead signs. Rate analysis for fencing provides for three types as under : a) b) c) 3 4 Barbed wire fencing Welded steel wire fencing with mesh size of 75X25 mm Welded steel wire fabric with mesh size of 75X50 mm 2 Kerbstone laying and road marking has been provided for laying by mechanical means. The size..20 m and 1. For metal beam crash barrier. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Page 59 . Back filling of foundatin of boudary pillars has been proposed with stone spalls. Two support have been provided for direction and place identification signs where size is more than 0.Chapter–8 TRAFFIC SIGNS. over a channel post of 150 x 75 x 5 mm with a spacer of channel section 150 x 75 x 5 mm. 1.5 m has been provided.3 and installation. A separate rate for lettering has been prepared and included in this chapter for this purpose. this being a commercially produced item by specialised firms. a 'W' shaped beam of size 311 x 83 mm flange width made with structural steel corrugated plate 3 mm thick and having a length of 4. Printing of letters and signs is required to be measured and paid separately.80 m. MARKINGS AND OTHER APPURTENANCES Preamble: 1 Rate analysis for fencing has been done for two different heights. The organisation and financial aspects are required to be finalised in consultation with administrative and traffic authorities. Separate rates have been derived for Tubular steel railing with RCC posts and MS steel posts. location of traffic signs shall be as per IRC:67. The item pertaining to road traffic signals has not been analysed as this is a specialised work and rates can be obtained from firms having specialisation for design and installation of this work. The rates for rigid.9 sqm.

The rate for these items are available under respective clauses which can be applied and running metre cost of duct worked out as per the approved design and drawing for particular situations. are available in the Data Book. laying of pipe line (where duct is of pipe) and cast iron/RCC cover for the inspection chamber. form work. In case cast iron cover for the inspection chamber. brick stone masonry. The various item involved are earthen work. shrubs and plants can be grown by the road side 6 m away from the edge of the roadway. cluster of trees. which can be applied to arrive at the cost of noise barrier based on the design adopted. plain cement concrete. These may be suitably increased in areas of higher wind velocities like coastal areas. wherever space permits. brick masonry. Alternatively. The items involved for the construction of this barrier like earthwork. Page 60 . Ducts for Utility Services Along and Across the Expressway/Highways : The running metre cost of duct along the road including inspection chambers (where applicable) or across the road will depend upon the approved design. plain cement concrete.17 In the case of road signs and direction boards the depth of foundation and quantity of cement concrete provided in the rate analysis are indicative. This will intercept the annoying sound waves and fumes from road vehicles. steel reinforcement. etc. reinforcement cement concrete. 18 19 Noise Barriers : Noise barrier can be provided in the form of a brick wall of a suitable height as per the site requirement and approved design. the rate can be ascertained from the market for the size provided in the design and approved drawings.

70 0.1 8.3.65 262. foundation having 50 mm projection beyond kerb stone. all complete as per clause 408) A B Using Concrete Mixer Using Concrete Batching and Mixing Plant Cast in Situ Cement Concrete M 20 Kerb with Channel (Construction of cement concrete kerb with channel with top and bottom width 115 and 165 mm respectively. sloped towards the kerb.5 sqm 2130. kerb stone laid with kerb laying machine. 50 mm thick in PCC M20 grade.CHAPTER-8 TRAFFIC SIGNS. fixed over aluminium sheeting. 250 mm high in M 20 grade PCC on M-10 grade foundation 150 mm thick. all complete as per clause 408) Using Concrete Mixer Using Concrete Batching and Mixing Plant Printing new letter and figures of any shade (Printing new letter and figures of any shade with synthetic enamel paint black or any other approved colour to give an even shade) Hindi ( Matras commas and the like not to be measured and paid for Half letter shall be counted as half ) English and Roman (ii) Direction and Place Identification signs upto 0.2 A B 8.05 486. MARKINGS & OTHER ROAD APPURTENANCES Cast in Situ Cement Concrete M20 kerb (Construction of cement concrete kerb with top and bottom width 115 and 165 mm respectively.9 sqm supported on a mild steel single angle iron post 75 x 75 x 6 mm firmly fixed to the ground by means of properly designed foundation with M15 grade cement concrete 45 x 45 x 60 cm. kerb stone with channel laid with kerb laying machine.45 Page 61 . 60 cm below ground level as per approved drawing) metre metre 265.45 8. kerb channel 300 mm wide. foundation concrete laid manually. (Providing and erecting direction and place identification retroreflectorised sign asper IRC:67 made of encapsulated lens type reflective sheeting vide clause 801.3 metre metre 490. 250 mm high in M 20 grade PCC on M10 grade foundation 150 mm thick.9 sqm size board. 2 mm thick with area not exceeding 0. foundation concrete laid manually.55 (i) cm height per letter cm height per letter 0.15 8.

30 8.12 (i) (ii) sqm sqm 60.10 sqm 59.15 8. arrows etc on roads in two coats on new work with ready mixed road marking paint conforming to IS:164 on bituminous surface. demarcation at site and traffic control ) Over 10 cm in width Up to 10 cm in width Road Marking with Hot Applied Thermoplastic Compound with Reflectorising Glass Beads on Bituminous Surface (Providing and laying of hot applied thermoplastic compound 2.85 8.9 sqm 53.The finished surface to be level.5 mm is exclusive of surface applied glass beads as per IRC:35 . (Providing and erecting direction and place identification retro. dust and other foreign matter.9 sqm size board. thickness of 2.13 sqm 329. Dashes. dashes.3.reflectorised sign asper IRC :67 made of encapsulated lens type reflective sheeting vide clause 801.5 mm thick including reflectorising glass beads @ 250 gms per sqm area. including cleaning the surface of all dirt.14 Page 62 . 2 mm thick with area exceeding 0. fixing in position including painting and printing etc) sqm 4158.) Kilo Metre Stone (Reinforced cement concrete M15grade kilometre stone of standard design as per IRC:8-1980.6 Direction and Place Identification signs with size more than 0. demarcation at site and traffic control ) (i) (ii) Over 10 cm in width Up to 10 cm in width Painting Lines.11 sqm sqm 88.25 8.90 8. including cleaning the surface of all dirt.15 8. 2 Nos. Arrows etc on Roads in Two Coats on New Work (Painting lines.8. dust and other foreign matter. dashes.85 76. 60 cm below ground level as per approved drawing) Painting Two Coats on New Concrete Surfaces (Painting two coats after filling the surface with synthetic enamel paint in all shades on new plastered concrete surfaces) Painting on Steel Surfaces (Providing and applying two coats of ready mix paint of approved brand on steel surface after through cleaning of surface to give an even shade) Painting on Wood Surfaces (Providing and applying two coats of ready mix paint of approved brand on wood surface after through cleaning of surface to give an even shade) Painting Lines. Arrows etc on Roads in Two Coats on Old Work (Painting lines.40 64. Dashes. firmly fixed to the ground by means of properly designed foundation with M 15 grade cement concrete45 cm x 45 cm x 60 cm.8 sqm 57. arrows etc on roads in two coats on old work with ready mixed road marking paint confirming to IS: 164 on bituminous surface. uniform and free from streaks and holes.70 8.9 sqm supported on a mild steel angle iron post 75 mm x 75 mm x 6 mm. fixed over aluminium sheeting.

turn buckles etc complete as per clause 807 ) G.2 metres high above ground.55 8.85 8. every 15th post.17 metre 227.50 8. 1.80 1956.I Barbed wire Fencing 1. every 15th post.) Tubular Steel Railing on Medium Weight steel channel ( ISMC series) 100 mm x 50 mm (Providing. fixed with GI staples.40 metre embedded in M15 grade cement concrete. 0.8 metres high GI barbed wire fencing with 2.20 metre high fencing with angle iron posts 50 mm x 50 mm x 6 mm at 3 metre center to center with 0. last but one end post and corner post shall be strutted on both sides and end post on one side only and provided with 9 horizontal lines and 2 diagonals interwoven with horizontal wires. last but one end post and corner post shall be strutted on both sides and end post on one side only and provided with 12 horizontal lines and 2 diagonals interwoven with horizontal wires.2 metre high (Providing and fixing 1.8 m angle iron posts 40 mm x 40 mm x 6 mm placed every 3 metres center to center founded in M15 grade cement concrete.45 534. fixed 2 metres centre to.19 metre 529. 1.35 8.6 metre below ground level. fixing and erecting 50 mm dia steel pipe railing in 3 rows duly painted on medium weight steel channels (ISMC series) 100 mm x 50 mm. fixed in position including finishing and lettering but excluding painting) G. complete as per approved drawing) each each each each 3217. provided with welded steel wire fabric of 75 mm x 50 mm mesh or 75 mm x 25 mm mesh and fixed to iron posts by flat iron 50 x 5 mm and bolts etc. complete in all respects. fixed with GI staples.75 Page 63 . 2 m centre to centre.20 metre 2305. complete as per approved drawings) Tubular Steel Railing on Precast RCC posts. fencing and erecting 50 mm dia painted steel pipe railing in 3 rows on precast M20 grade RCC vertical posts1.8 metres high (1.20 8.18 metre 385.6 metre below ground level.(i) (ii) (iii) 8. turn buckles etc complete as per clause 807 ) Fencing with welded steel wire Fabric 75 mm x 50 mm (Suggestive) (Providing 1.00 458. 0.16 5th kilometre stone (precast) Ordinary Kilometer stone (Precast) Hectometer stone (Precast) Boundary pillar (Reinforced cement concrete M15 grade boundary pillars of standard design as per IRC:25-1967. end and every 10th post to be strutted.21 metre 1883.2 m high above ground level (Providing.2 metres high GI barbed wire fencing with 1. corner.4 m angle iron posts 50 mm x 50 mm x 6 mm placed every 3 metres center to center founded in M15 grade cement concrete.2 m above GL) with 3 holes 50 mm dia for pipe.8 metre high (Providing and fixing 1.I Barbed wire Fencing 1.

) metre 3323. all fittings to conform to IS:1367 and IS:1364. rate may be taken based on market enquiry from firms specialised in this field and ISI certified for the approved design and drawing.8.8 m high. fixed on ISMC series channel vertical post. 1. all fittings to conform to IS:1367 and IS:1364. all steel parts and fitments to be galvanised by hot dip process. "W" : Metal Beam Crash Barrier (Providing and erecting a "W" metal beam crash barrier comprising of 3 mm thick corrugated sheet metal beam rail. "THRIE" : Metal Beam Crash Barrier (Providing and erecting a "Thrie" metal beam crash barrier comprising of 3 mm thick corrugated sheet metal beam rail. 450 mm long at expansion joints filled with premoulded asphalt filler board. fixed on ISMC series channel vertical post.A. metal beam rail to be fixed on the vertical post with a space of channel section 150 x 75 x 5 mm.40 8. keyed to the structure on which it is built and installed as per design given in the enclosure to MOST circular No.23 A metre 2663.33022/1/94-DO III dated 24 June 1994 as per dimensions in the approved drawing and at locations directed by the Engineer. 70 cm above road/ground level. approaches to bridge structures and medians.15 m below ground level.B. 2 m high with 1.24 Page 64 . all steel parts and fitments to be galvanised by hot dip process.40 8. 1.22 Reinforced Cement Concrete Crash Barrier (Provision of an Reinforced cement concrete crash barrier at the edges of the road. 85 cm above road/ground level. metal beam rail to be fixed on the vertical post with a spacer of channel section 150 x 75 x 5 mm.85 B metre 3564. RW/NH . constructed with M-20 grade concrete with HYSD reinforcement conforming to IRC:21 and dowel bars 25 mm dia. 546 mm long complete as per clause 810) Road Traffic Signals electrically operated (Since it is a ready made item commercially produced and erected by specialised firm in the electrical and electronic field.1 m below ground/road level. 330 mm long complete as per clause 810) Type . all as specified) (i) M 20 grade concrete Metal Beam Crash Barrier Type . 150 x 75 x 5 mm spaced 2m centre to centre. 150 x 75 x 5 mm spaced 2 m centre to centre.

all embedded in foundation concrete as per approved design and drawing. fitted with sodium vapour lamp and fixed firmly in concrete foundation.85 m above ground and 0.55 13044.8.8 m overhang on both sides if fixed in the median and on one side if fixed on the footpath.27 each each each 13103.65 m below ground level.29 (i) (ii) (iii) metre metre metre 1154. bedded on a 0. Wire Rope Safety Barrier (Providing and erecting a wire rope safety barrier with vertical posts of medium weight RS Joist (ISMB series) 100 mm x 75 mm (11.) Street Lighting (Providing and erecting street light mounted on a steel circular hollow pole of standard specifications for street lighting. split at the bottom for better grip. 1. strengthened by a strut of RS joist 100 x 75 mm.28 8. across the road (new construction).1997 and approved drawings. rate excluding excavation and cement concrete.) Single Row for one utility service Double Row for two utility services Triple Row for three utility services metre 2857.90 8. mounted on steel hollow circular poles of standard specifications. 5 m high fixed on parapets with cement concrete. 20 m apart and fitted with sodium vapour lamp) Cable Duct Across the Road (Providing and laying of a reinforced cement concrete pipe duct. all as per IRC: 98 .) (i) (ii) For Fixing in Median For fixing in Footpath Lighting on Bridges (Providing and fixing lighting on bridges.50 m long 0. 1. 9 m high spaced 40 m apart. 2 m long at 450 inclination and a tie 100 x 8 mm.50 kg/m).85 2962. constructing head walls at both ends. providing a minimum fill of granular material over top and sides of RCC pipe as per IRC:98-1997. extending from drain to drain in cuts and toe of slope to toe of slope in fills. invert level of duct to be above higher than ground level to prevent entry of water and dirt. embedded in M 15 grade cement concrete 450 x 450 x 450 mm.25 Flexible Crash Barrier.70 8. 300 mm dia. Terminal post to be embedded in M 15 gradecementconcretefoundation2400 x 450 x 900 mm (depth). joints to be made leak proof.50 m long at the bottom. outer to outer distance of pipe at least half dia of pipe subject to minimum 450 mm in case of double and triple row ducts. 1.70 Page 65 .3 m thick layer of granular material free of rock pieces.50 m center to center and with 4 horizontal steel wire rope 40 mm dia and anchored at terminal posts 15 m apart.15 8448. 1.30 2050.

1978.40 8. horizontal rail painted (2 coats) with yellow and white stripes. and fixing 2 nos aviation obstruction lights on top of the mast. 4 kg in weight.) High Mast Pole Lighting at Interchanges and Flyovers (Providing and erecting a high mast pole lighting with 30 m high hot dip galvanised mast designed to withstand forces exerted with wind speeds of 180 km per hour with 3 seconds gust. installed in concrete or asphaltic surface by drilling hole 30 mm upto a depth of 60 mm and bedded in a suitable bituminous grout or epoxy mortar.70 8.5 m in length fitted on a 'A' frame made with 45 x 45 x 5 mm angle iron section.43 Portable Barricade in Construction Zone (Installation of a steel portable barricade with horizontal rail 300 mm wide. all as per BS 873 part 4:1973) Traffic Cone (Provision of red fluorescent with white reflective sleeve traffic cone made of low density polyethylene (LDPE) material with a square base of 390 x 390 x 35 mm and a height of 770 mm. placed at 1.36 each 1454. 15-20 mm high at center. all complete as per approved design and drawings This is a specialised work and is generally done by firms who specialise in such jobs. as per IS:875 (Part 3) . 2. suitable winching arrangement for safe working load of 750 kg and high powered electrically driven power tools for raising and lowering of lantern carriage. die cast in aluminium. A separate contract for this work is concluded as the contractors for road and bri each 590. lightening conductor.38 sqm 8. door at the base of mast with heavy duty internal lock. The cost of this work is required to be worked out based on approved design.05 Page 66 . lantern carriage.55 8. earthing terminal.35 Road Markers/Road Stud with Lense Reflector (Providing and fixing of road stud 100x 100 mm. resistant to corrosive effect of salt and grit. complete as per IRC:SP:55-2001 each 2680.5 m interval. fitted with a base flange. 'A' frame painted with 2 coats of yellow paint.5 m in height. marked with white strips of road marking paint.8. fitted with lense reflectors. 1. The detailed designs and estimates are submitted by the firms alongwith their tender for checks by the Department. 250 mm wide placed at 1 m center to center at approved locations to control speed. drawings and estimate of the lowest tender. 150 mm in width at an angle of 450. all as per BS 873) Rumble Strips (Provision of 15 nos rumble strips covered with premix bituminous carpet. flexible 8 core electric cable.

1. 4 m long. painted with yellow and white strips. painted with yellow and white strips. painted in circumferential strips of alternate black and white 100 mm wide fitted with reflectors 3 Nos of 7. painted with yellow and white strips) Drum Delineator in Construction Zone (Provision of metal drum/empty bitumen drum delineator. 150 mm in width at an angle of450. complete as per IRC:SP:552001 ) With Bricks (Construction of a permanent type barricade made with brick work in mud mortar.46 each 387.00 each 16582.8.5 m high. fitted with 3 horizontal planks 200 mm wide and 3.45 Permanent Type Barricade in Construction Zone With Steel Components (Construction of a permanent type barricade made of steel components.90 each 332.66 m long on 100 x 100mm wooden vertical post. filled with earth for stability. 150 mm in width at an angle of450. fitted with 3 horizontal rails 200 mm wide and 4 m long on 50 x 50 x 5 mm angle iron vertical support.75 8. plastered with cement mortar 1:6.5 m high from road level. 300 mm in diameter. 800 mm high.5 cm dia. 1. all as per IRC:SP:55-2001) Flagman (Positioning of a smart flagman with a yellow vest and a yellow cap and a red flag 600 x 600 mm securely fastened to a staff 1 m in length for guiding the traffic) each 4259. complete as per IRC:SP:55-2001 ) With Wooden Components (Construction of a permanent type barricade made of wooden components.44 A B C 8.85 each 3603. 600 mm thick.20 Page 67 .5 m high from road level. 1.

This may be modified as per thickness indicated in the approved drawing. concrete and masonry shall be analysed. 2 3 4 5 6 Page 68 . have been included. backfilling. The thickness of first class bedding has been taken as 150 mm. may be analysed under the respective item included in Chapter 16. Analysis has been given separately for NP2 pipes for ease of adoption. Chain & pulley for lifting the pipes is considered part of overheads. The height of bedding has been taken as 1/10th of overall height of pipe in the analysis. Providing and laying of pipe has been included in the rate analysis. Items of auxiliary works such as excavation. Cost of any river training and protection work like stone pitching. curtain wall etc. bedding. as provided under the respective sections and paid for separately.Chapter – 9 PIPE CULVERTS Preamble: 1 Pipe culverts of sizes 1000 mm and 1200 mm dia in single row and double row which are generally used on roads. apron. The joining of pipes is proposed by collar joints.

60 9.45 9. concrete and masonry works in head walls and parapets . backfilling. backfilling.3 A B metre metre 2563. ) A B 1000 mm dia 1200 mm dia Laying Reinforced Cement Concrete Pipe NP 2 /prestrssed concrete pipe on first class bedding in double row . concrete and masonry works in head walls and parapets .CHAPTER-9 PIPE CULVERTS PCC 1:3:6 in Foundation (Plain cement concrete 1:3:6 mix with crushed stone aggregate 40 mm nominal size mechanically mixed.30 Page 69 .1 cum 3812. protection works.2 9. protection works.50 3414.15 1645.) Laying Reinforced Cement Concrete Pipe NP2/prestrssed concrete pipe on first class bedding in single row . placed in foundation and compacted by vibration including curing for 14 days. ) 1000 mm dia 1200 mm dia metre metre 1224. (Laying Reinforced cement concrete pipe NP2/prestrssed concrete pipe for culverts on first class bedding of granular material in single row including fixing collar with cement mortar 1:2 but excluding excavation. (Laying Reinforced cement concrete pipe NP2 /prestrssed concrete pipe for culverts on first class bedding of granular material in double row including fixing collar with cement mortar 1:2 but excluding excavation.

The cost of other items like repair of ruts and undulation maintenance of earthen shoulders. street lighting. minor and major bridges and miscelleneous items like turfing and arboriculture. for stripping of excess soil from shoulder. it has been assumed that on an average 150 mm filling will be required. The item like slurry seal. In case there is any objection to this arrangement due to particular site conditions. it has been assumed that some material cut by rain. painting and lettering on km stones. it has been assumed that half the depth of drain has been filled with earth/debris. repair to footpath. For making up earthen shoulders.Chapter – 10 MAINTENANCE OF ROADS Preamble: 1 In the case of rain cuts. it has been assumed that earth will be disposed off by dozer on the valley side. crack preventation courses. repair to signage. approximately 25 per cent will be available at site which can be retrieved and re-used and the balance 75 per cent is required to be provided as fresh material. an average depth of 75 mm has been assumed. railing dividers. which requires clearance. fog spray. In the case of chocking of drain. The repair items related to bridges have been given in chapter 16 2 3 4 5 6 7 Page 70 . surface dressing for maintenance works have already been included in chapter 5 and are not being repeated in this chapter. During the process of landslide clearance on hill roads. resources like loader and tipper will have to be provided for disposal of earth/debris for the lead involved. cross drainage works. separators and under passes for pedestrains has been given in the "Report of the Committee on Norms for Maintenance of Roads In India" Published by IRC in January 2001 which may be referred for guidance. Similarly.

15 Page 71 . clearing the loose soil. laying fresh material in layers not exceeding 250 mm and compacting with plate compactor or power rammers to restore the original alignment. cleaning of surface.holes and Patch Repairs with Bituminous concrete. trimming of completed excavation to provide firm vertical faces. all as per clause 3004. compacting. back filling the pot holes with hot bituminous material as per clause 504. trimming and finishing the surface to form a smooth continuous surface. 20mm. all as per clause 3004. (Removal of all failed material. moorum. trimming of completed excavation to provide firm vertical faces.35 10.) Maintenance of Earth Shoulder (stripping excess soil) (Stripping excess soil from the shoulder surface to achieve the approved level and compacting with plate compactor) Filling Pot. levels and slopes) Maintenance of Earthen Shoulder (filling with fresh soil) (Making up loss of material/ irregularities on shoulder to the design level by adding fresh approved soil and compacting it with appropriate equipment. cleaning of surface.CHAPTER-10 MAINTENANCE OF ROADS Restoration of Rain Cuts (Restoration of rain cuts with soil. back filling the pot holes with hot bituminous material as per clause 511. compacting.4 sqm 135.65 10.holes and Patch Repairs with open graded Premix surfacing. gravel or a mixture of these.3 sqm 19.2 sqm 76. benching for 300 mm width. ( Removal of all failed material.1 cum 195. trimming and finishing the surface to form a smooth continuous surface.5 Filling Pot. painting of tack coat on the sides and base of excavation as per clause 503.75 10. 40mm.70 10.2) 10. painting of tack coat on the sides and base of excavation as per clause 503.2) (i) (ii) for grading I Material for grading II Material sqm sqm 305.05 335.

(ref item 5.9) 19 mm nominal chipping size 13 mm nominal size chipping The above mentioned items have already been included in Chapter 5.55 10.5 mm thickness Surface Dressing for maintance works.) Fog Seal (ref item 5.60 Page 72 .) Dusting (Applying crusher dust to areas of road where bleeding of excess bitumen has occurred.8 A B (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) C (i) (ii) (iii) D (i) (ii) Crack Filling (Filling of crack using slow .15 sqm sqm 10.11 metre 26. longitudinal joints and expansion joints in concrete pavements using epoxy mortar or epoxy concrete) Repair of old Joints Sealant (Removal of existing sealant and re sealing of contraction.10.7 10.17) Crack Prevention courses. (ref item 5.21) Stress Absorbing Membrane (SAM) crack width less than 6 mm Stress Absorbing Membrane (SAM) with crack width 6 mm to 9 mm Stress Absorbing Membrane (SAM) crack width above 9 mm and cracked area above 50 % Bitumen Impregnated Geotextile Slurry Seal (ref item 5.35 sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm 1.9 metre 306. Repair of joint Grooves with Epoxy Mortar Repair of spalled joint grooves of contraction joints. longitudinal or expansion joints in concrete pavement with fresh sealant material) Hill Side Drain Clearance (Removal of earth from the choked hill side drain and disposing it on the valley side manually) metre 3.curing bitumen emulsion and applying crusher dust in case crack are wider than 3mm.6 10.10 metre 54.10 10.15) 5 mm thickness 3 mm thickness 1.

10.17 each 1936.15 sqm 109.dozer 165 Hp and disposing it on the valley side) Maintenance of WBM Road (Maintenance of WBM road including filling up of pot holes. damaged edges and ravelling as per technical specification clause 1906). Clearing.18 metre 50.90 cum 105. parapet wall and protection work as per drawing and technical specification Clasue 1908). Erosion repair.00 10.12 10. providing boulders and protection work and painting as per technical specifications Clause 1909). Maintenance of Causeway (Maintenance of Causeway by way of minor Surface repairs.14 cum 3. repairs to cracks.60 Page 73 . repair of flood gauges. ruts and rectifying corrugated surface. Erosion repair.55 10.95 cum 50.16 each 937. Clearing.19 km 919.13 Land Slide Clearance in soil Clearance of land slides in soil and ordinary rock by a (i) bull-dozer D 80 A-12. cum 68.15 10. 180 HP and disposal of the same on the valley side Clearance of land slides in soil and ordinary rock by a (ii) bull-dozer D 50 A-15 and disposal of the same on the valley side Land slide Clearance in Hard Rock Requiring Blasting (Clearing of land slide in hard rock requiring blasting for 50% of the boulders and disposal of the same on the valley side with Bulldozer D 50) Snow Clearance on Roads with Dozer (Snow clearance from road surface by a bull. repairs to cracks.75 10. Maintenance of Hume Pipe (Maintenance of Hume Pipe Culvert by way of Cleaning.10 10. replacing Guide Posts. parapet wall and protection work as per drawing and technical specification Clasue 1908) Maintenance of Culverts Slab type (Maintenance of Slab type Culvert by way of Cleaning. removal of debris.50 10. Maintenance of Road signs (Maintenance of Road signs by way of cleaning and repainting of mandatory/regulatory/cautionary/informatory and place identifications sign board as per drawings and technical specifications Clause 1910).

25 Page 74 .20 Cutting of branches of trees shrubs and trimming of grass and weeds Cutting of branches of tress and shrubs from the road way or with in R. as per technical specifications Clause 1915) 88.10. Triming of grass and weeds from the shoulders/berms and disposing off the same to suitable locations as per (iii) sqm technical specifications Clause 1914. (ii) and disposal of shrubs to suitable location as per per shrub technical specification Clause 1914. White washing of parapet walls of CD work and tree trunks (White washing two coats on parapet walls and tree trunks including preparation of surface by cleaning scraping etc. Cutting of shrubs from the road way or with in R. including disposal of wood and (i) leaves to suitable location as per technical specification per tree Clause 1914.W.O.21 sqm 16.O.35 5.70 10.10 1.W.

30 m high. 3. 4. Rates for wrought iron and mild welded work has been included to cater for any miscelleneous work in connection with horticulture. 6. Five types of tree guards as under have been provided a) Half brick circular type b) Tree guards made from empty bitumen drums 1. 7. one mate has been provided for every 10 mazdoors in case of horticulture. As grass and plantation need more care. Page 75 . Though the estimate for compensatory afforestation is made by the forest department. 5. d) Tree guards with MS flat iron. e) Tree guards with MS angle and 3 mm steel wire welded on MS flat and bolted to angle iron posts. the rate for this item has been analysed and included for the purpose of estimation. Selection from above may be made as per actual situation and design. as the same may be needed for resting places on highways.00 m high. fencing and traffic sign. c) Tree guards made from empty bitumen drums 2. 2.Chapter – 11 HORTICULTURE Preamble: 1. The item ofs of turfing with sods andf seeding and mulching have been included in the chapter of earthwork. The rates for grassing of lawns and hedges has been included.

refilling the excavated earth mixed with farmyard manure. dressing and supplying doobs grass roots at 10 cm apart.yard manure or/and good earth to be paid for separately)) Grassing with ' Doobs' Grass (Grassing with 'Doobs' grass including watering and maintenance of the lawn for 30 days or more till the grass forms a thick lawn free from weeds and fit for moving including supplying good earth if needed) (i) (ii) In rows 15 cm apart in either direction In rows 7. dressing including breaking of clods.45 metre 138. supplied at the rate of 4.18 cum per 100 sqm) Maintenance of Lawns or Turfing of Slopes (Maintenance of lawns or Turfing of slopes (rough grassing) for a period of one year including watering etc) Turfing Lawns with Fine Grassing including Ploughing. removal of rubbish.75 11.65 cum per 100 metres and supplying and planting hedge plants at 30 cm apart) (b) Maintenance of Hedge for one year 11. including supplying and spreading of farm yard manure at rate of0. 60 cm wide and 45 cm deep.75 11.20 11.65 11.95 11.6 sqm 177.6 cum per 100 sqm) Maintenance of Lawns with Fine Grassing for the First Year a) Planting Permanent Hedges including Digging of Trenches (Planting permanent hedges including digging of trenches. removal of rubbish.2 sqm sqm 21.95 39.5 sqm 25.4 sqm 170.20 11. farm. including supplying and spreading of farm yard manure at rate of 0.1 cum 16.5 cm apart in either direction Making Lawns including Ploughing and Dragging with 'Swagha' Breaking of Clod (Making lawns including ploughing and breaking of clod.3 sqm 22.CHAPTER-11 HORTICULTURE Spreading of Sludge Farm Yard Manure or/and good Earth (Spreading of sludge farm yard manure or/ and good earth in required thickness (cost of sludge. Dressing (Turfing lawns with fine grassing including ploughing. dressing and supplying doobs grass roots and planting at 15 cm apart.60 Page 76 .7 metre 107.

in 2nd class Brick. complete in all respect) each 2280.40 11. approved by the engineer in charge including screening and stacking) Half Brick Circular Tree Guard. above ground and 0. Weeding.50 11. top dressing with forked soil. backfilling the trench.10 sqm 12. mixing the soil with decayed farm yard/sludge mannure.20 metre below ground. Forking the Ground.20 11. for 30 days or more. including supplying good earth. in 2nd class brick. (supplied by the department at stock issue rate) including providing and fixing 2 nos MS sheet rings 50 x 0. and height 1.20 metre below ground (Half brick circular tree guard. and fit for moving and disposal of rubbish as directed. laid dry lengthwise (Edging with 2nd class bricks.11.2 metres. weeding. watering and maintenance the lawns. from any available source.3 m high as per design from empty bitumen drum (Making tree guard 53 cm dia and 1. above ground and 0.8 (b) a) Planting Flowering Plants and Shrubs in Central Verge km km 30110. and top three courses in cement mortar 1:6 ( 1 cement 6 sand) and the intermediate courses being in dry honey comb masonry. 1 m deep dug in the ground.60 m dia holes. slit suitably to permit sun and air. watering.16 each 200.2 metres. if needed but excluding the cost of well decayed farm yard manure) Supply at Site Well Decayed Farm Yard Manure (Supply at site of work well decayed farm yard manure. bottom two courses laid dry. and height 1. internal diametre 1.10 162648.25 metres. including excavation. refilling. consolidation. Top Dressing with Forked Soil (Renovation lawns including. till the grass forms a thick lawn.9 Maintenance of Flowering Plants and Shrubs in Central Verge for one Year Planting of Trees and their Maintenance for one Year (Planting of trees by the road side (Avenue trees) in 0.25 metres.65 11. as per design complete) Edging with 2nd class Bricks.15 metre 42.14 each 2070. with a hand packing and spreading nearly surplus earth within a lead of 50 metres) Making Tree Guard 53 cm dia and 1.85 Page 77 .5 mm with rivets. laid dry lengthwise. fixing the tree guard and maintaining the plants for one year) Renovation Lawns including.30 11. forking the ground.10 11. free from weeds. internal diametre 1.11 cum 133. planting the saplings.3 m high as per design from empty bitumen drum.

( supplied by the department at stock issue rate) including providing and fixing four legs 40 cm long of 30 x 3 mm MS riveted to tree guard and providing and fixing 2 nos MS sheet rings 50 x 0. grating frames. 1 m deep. MS iron 25 x 3 mm and guard steel wire3 mm dia welded and fabricated as per design in two halves bolted together) Compensatory Afforestation (Planting trees as compensatory afforestation at the rate of 290 trees per hectare at a spacing of 6 m by grubbing and leveling the ground upto a depth of 150 mm.9 m dia.35 11. tees and channel grills. including cost of screens and welding rods or bolt and nuts complete fixed in position but without the cost of excavation and concrete for fixing which will be paid separately) each 388.70 11. 2.18 quintal 7403. backfilling the hole and watering) 1854. mixing farm yard/sludge manure with soil.00 11.17 Making Tree Guard 53 cm dia and 2 metres high as per design from empty bitumen drums (Making tree guard 53 cm dia and 2 metres high as per design from empty bitumen drums.80 Page 78 . bolted together with each tree 8 mm dia and 30 mm long bolts including painting two coats with guard paint of approved brand over a coat of priming.21 hectare 99633.5 mm with rivets complete in all respects) Wrought Iron and Mild Steel Welded Work (Wrought iron and mild steel welded work) (using angles. complete in all respects. square bars.60 metre square. gates and tree guards of any size and design etc.75 11. planting of sapling 2 m high with 25 cm dia stem.19 Tree Guard with MS Iron (Providing and fixing MS iron tree guard 60 cm dia and 2 metre high above ground level formed of 4 Nos (25 x 6 mm) and 8 Nos (25 x 3 mm) vertical MS riveted to 3 Nos (25 x 6 mm) iron rings in two halves. slit suitably to permit sun and air.20 3171.11.) Tree Guard with MS Angle Iron and Steel Wire (Providing and fixing tree guard 0. digging holes 0.00 metre high fabricated each tree with MS angle iron 30 x 30 x 3 mm.

The quantity of concrete which is required to be stripped off upto a minimum height of 600 mm above the designed top level of the pile has been taken into account in the rate. The coarse and fine aggregate for cement concrete shall be as per IS:383. The levelling course below the pile cap is proposed with M 15 grade concrete. Relevant Clause of MoRT&H Specifications have to be referred for detailed specification. The rate for well foundation has been included for diametre varying from 6 m to 12 m. Pneumatic sinking is a specialised job. In case less dewatering is required or is not required at all for a particular site condition. If the steel casting in case of driven pile is required to be retained the same is required to be priced separately. Medical supervision for such works is considered very essential. Pile driving rigs including vibratory hammers are considered to be self contained with power units and necessary accessories required for driving. Depth of Pneumatic sinking has been restricted to 30 m below normal water level. the same may be reduced/omitted. Concrete batching plant is considered to be placed within 10 (ten) km of the bridge site. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Page 79 . Well for twin D type has also been included. Rates for various type of piles like bored cast-in-situ. Dewatering has been provided in excavation for foundation on percentage basis. Appendix-4 of IRC:78-2000 has to be referred regarding precautions to be taken during sinking of wells.Chapter – 12 FOUNDATION Preamble: 1 2 Excavation for structures has been provided both by manual and mechanical means. excavation has been considered upto a depth of 3 m only. The earth excavated from foundation has been proposed to be backfilled and balance quantity utilised for road works locally except for marshy soil where disposal has been provided. driven precast RCC pile and driven steel piles of H section have been included. 3 4 5 6 Mixing of cement concrete has been considered by using concrete mixer and batching plant. Embedment of foundation in soft and hard rocks has been provided as required by the specifications. All safety precautions as per IS:4138 are required to be taken. Description of items has been given very briefly. The rate can be adopted depending upon availability of equipment and as approved by the Engineer. Rates for Steel reinforcement for cement concrete works are provided separately. In case of rocks.

Concrete in driven cast-in-situ piles shall be cast upto a minimum height of 600 mm above the designed top level of pile. the alternative of hand mixing has also been considered. In case of open foundations in rock. 19 20 21 22 In the case of open foundation. which shall be stripped off to obtain sound concrete either before final set or after 3 days.6 m or 1. Therefore. the thickness of steel plate may be reduced to 6 mm. concrete can be hand mixed in accordance with Clause 806 of MORD Specifications. This extra height of steel lining should be limited to 3 m. the minimum grade of concrete shall be M 35 with minimum cement content of 400 kg/cum. The minimum thickness of pile cap should be atleast 0. In case of cement concrete piles. for isolated slab culvert/box culvert upto 2 m span. A levelling course of 100 mm thickness in M 10 (1:3:6) shall be provided before laying open foundations.5 times the diametre of the pile whichever is more. the trenches around the footing shall be fillied-up with concrete of M 15 grade upto a level of 0. the lower edge of the cutting edge of the middle stems of such wells shall be kept about 300 mm above that of outer stems to prevent rocking. for items of concrete. The top of the pile shall project 50 mm into the pile cap and reinforcement of pile shall be fully anchored in pile cap. No dewatering shall be carried out within 7 days of casting of bottom plug. Guidance for piles is to be obtained from IS:2911.6 m for hard rock and 1.18 In case of blasting during sinking of wells the inner face of the curb is required to be protected with the steel plates of thickness not less than 10 mm upto top level of well curb. The portion above this shall be filled by boulders grouted with cement. When there are two or more compartments in a well. 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 In remote areas. in the analysis. The top of bottom plug shall be atleast 300 mm above top of curb. Page 80 . The concrete mix used in bottom plug shall have a minimum cement content of 330 kg/cum and a slump of abot 150 mm to permit easy flow of concrete through tremie to fill-up all cavaties. For height above top of curb. dewatering shall not be permitted from the time of placing of concrete upto 24 hours after placement. The well curb shall be in RCC of mix not leaner than M 25 grade with minimum steel reinforcement of 72 kg/cum excluding bond rods.5 m for soft rock above the foundation level. Necessary safety precautions shall be taken for excavation on open foundations for which guidance may be taken from IS:3764.

removal of stumps and other deleterious matter.00 Page 81 .1 I A (i) (ii) (iii) B (i) (ii) (iii) II A (i) B III A IV A V (i) A B VI 12. as per drawing and technical specifications Cement mortar1:3 (1cement :3 sand) Cement mortar1:2 (1cement :2 sand) Cement mortar1:4 (1cement :4 sand) 12.2 12.65 12.00 3960.4 cum 4203.5 12.00 6014.60 72. construction of shoring and bracing.4.45 12.) Sand Filling in Foundation Trenches as per Drawing & Technical Specification PCC 1:3:6 in Foundation (Plain cement concrete 1:3:6 nominal mix in foundation with crushed stone aggregate 40 mm nominal size mechanically mixed.25 cum cum cum cum 138.) Ordinary soil Manual Means upto 3 m depth 3 m to 6 m depth Above 6 m depth Mechanical Means Depth upto 3 m Depth 3 m to 6 m Depth above 6m Ordinary rock (not requiring blasting) Manual Means Depth upto 3 m Mechanical Means Hard rock ( requiring blasting ) Manual Means Hard rock ( blasting prohibited ) Mechanical Means Marshy soil upto 3 m depth Manual means Mechanical Means Back Filling in Marshy Foundation Pits Filling Annular Space Around Footing in Rock (Lean cement concrete 1:3:6 nominal mix.05 388. placed in foundation and compacted by vibration including curing for 14 days.95 120.3 cum cum cum cum cum cum 97.40 78. dressing of sides and bottom and backfilling with approved material.6 A B C cum cum cum cum 6574.CHAPTER-12 FOUNDATIONS Excavation for Structures (Earth work in excavation of foundation of structures as per drawing and technical specification.35 64. including setting out.30 56.) Brick masonry work in cement mortar 1:3 in foundation complete excluding pointing and plastering.75 166.85 4779.40 309.05 cum cum cum 413. Rate may be taken as per items 13.00 124.40 510.30 cum 858.

60 6186. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M35 Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant. Assuming depth of water 4.70 Page 82 . Assuming depth of water 1.80 6605. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump PCC Grade M30 Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Providing and constructing temporary island 16 m diameter for construction of well foundation for 8m dia.20 cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum 5055.95 6967.85 6814.55 3740.70 6527. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump PCC Grade M25 Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.45 6217. Well.55 5848.20 each each metre 34931.30 6557.8 A B C Case I Case II D Case I Case II E Case I Case II F Case I Case II G Case I Case II H Case I Case II 12.25m.9 A B C Cement mortar1:6 (1cement :6 sand) Stone masonry work in cement mortar 1:3 in foundation complete as per drawing and Technical Specification Square Rubble Coursed rubble masonry( first sort ) Random Rubble Masonry Plain/Reinforced cement concrete in open foundation complete as per drawing and technical specifications PCC Grade M15 PCC Grade M20 RCC Grade M20 Using concrete mixer With Batching Plant.20 5886.0 m and height of island to be 1.95 2196.65 6477.80 228859.5 m.00 cum cum 3798.0 m and height of island 4. Providing and constructing one span service road to reach island location from one pier location to another pier location cum 3146.70 6141. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M30 Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant.30 6469.15 6834.7 (a) (b) 12.D 12. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M25 Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.

10 Providing and laying cutting edge of mild steel weighing 40 kg per metre for well foundation complete as per drawing and technical specification. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC M25 Grade Using concrete mixer With Batching Plant.50 7135. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Well steining PCC M15 Grade PCC M20 Grade RCC M20 Grade Using concrete mixer With Batching Plant.40 7882.95 6749.15 7271.65 7441.00 7585.65 7264.40 6512.20 7225. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump PCC M30 Grade Using concrete mixer With Batching Plant. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC M35 Grade Using concrete mixer With Batching Plant.65 6574.55 Page 83 .12.50 12.80 5347.95 6628.35 6876. Plain/Reinforced cement concrete. in well foundation complete as per drawing and technical specification Well curb RCC M20 Grade Using concrete mixer With Batching Plant. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC M35 Grade Using concrete mixer With Batching Plant. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC M25 Grade Using concrete mixer With Batching Plant.20 6576.10 6186.15 6953.70 6226.80 8118.65 6937. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC M40 Grade tonne 81718. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump PCC M25 Grade Using concrete mixer With Batching Plant.00 7783.11 A (i) Case I Case II (ii) Case I Case II (iii) Case I Case II B (I) (ii) (iii) Case I Case II (iv) Case I Case II (v) Case I Case II (vi) Case I Case II (vii) Case I Case II (viii) Case I Case II (ix) cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum 7173. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC M30 Grade Using concrete mixer With Batching Plant.

05 6590.35 cum cum cum Transit Mixer and cum cum Transit Mixer and cum 4861. Crane/concrete pump Grade M30 PCC Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant.15 6025.15 6221. Crane/concrete pump Grade M25 PCC Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant.00 Page 84 . Crane/concrete pump Grade M30 PCC Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant. Crane/concrete pump Intermediate plug Grade M20 PCC Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant.75 6333.40 6266.20 6306. Crane/concrete pump Well cap RCC Grade M20 Using concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant.00 7049. Crane/concrete pump Top plug Grade M15 PCC Using Concrete Mixer Grade M20 PCC Using Concrete Mixer Grade M25 PCC Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant.25 6627. Crane/concrete pump PCC Grade M35 Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant.25 6778.90 6894.90 6827.95 5976.80 5920.35 cum Transit Mixer and cum cum Transit Mixer and cum cum Transit Mixer and cum 6204.C (i) Case I Case II (ii) Case I Case II (iii) Case I Case II (iv) Case I Case II D (I) Case I Case II (ii) Case I Case II (iii) Case I Case II E (i) Case I (ii) Case I (iii) Case I Case II (iv) Case I Case II F (i) Case I Case II Bottom Plug PCC Grade M20 Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant.95 cum Transit Mixer and Concrete cum 6150. Crane/concrete pump PCC Grade M30 Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant. Pump cum Transit Mixer and cum cum Transit Mixer and cum cum Transit Mixer and cum cum Transit Mixer and cum 6489. Crane/concrete pump PCC Grade M25 Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant.55 5660.80 6556.75 5781.60 6527.00 5946.

0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10 m upto 20 m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add for dewatering @ 5% of cost.12 RCC Grade M25 Using concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M35 Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant.80 6605.0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10m upto 20m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Beyond 20m upto 30 m Add 7.00 Page 85 . Well ) Depth below bed level upto 3. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports. if required.(ii) Case I Case II (iii) Case I Case II (iv) Case I Case II (v) 12. loading arrangement and Labour . Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC M40 Grade Sinking of 6 m external diameter well ( other than pneumatic method of sinking ) through all types of strata namely sandy soil. clayey soil and rock as shown against each case.00 4260. Beyond 20m upto 30 m cum cum cum cum cum cum cum 6814.00 12620. complete as per drawing and technical specifications. Sandy soil Depth below bed level upto 3.00 29983.25 4244.30 metre metre 13237.30 6449.00 metre metre metre metre 24986. loading arrangement and Labour . Depth of sinking is reckoned from bed level.10 A (i) (ii) (iii) a (iv) a b (v) a b B (i) (ii) (iii) a b (iv) metre metre 3012.45 metre 5606. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M30 Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant.30 6469.00 6967.20 6863.10 6834.95 10023.00 metre 10517.00 13899.5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports. Clayey soil ( 6m dia.

5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering of the cost. complete as per drawing and technical specifications.00 17707.85 metre 7866.30 12.00 31035.00 metre metre metre metre metre 58989.0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10 m upto 20 m metre metre metre 24828.00 42071.5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.00 metre metre 14756.a b c (v) a b c C (i) D (i) Add 7.0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10m upto 20m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Beyond 20m upto 30 m Add 7. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering.85 8522.80 14817. Soft rock (6m dia well ) Depth of soft rock strata upto 3m Hard rock (6m dia well ) Depth of soft rock strata upto 3m Sinking of 7 m external diameter well ( other than pneumatic method of sinking ) through all types of strata namely sandy soil. loading arrangement.00 5955. clayey soil and rock as shown against each case. if required Add 25% of cost for Kentledge including supports. Depth of sinking is reckoned from bed level. loading arrangement and Labour ). Sandy soil Depth below bed level upto 3.00 15487. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.70 Page 86 . Clayey soil ( 7m dia. Well ) Depth below bed level upto 3. and Labour etc.00 74326. if required Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.13 A (i) (ii) (iii) a (iv) a b (v) a b B (I) (ii) (iii) metre metre 8832.00 metre metre metre metre 35059.00 70786. loading arrangement and Labour) .20 5955.00 32587. loading arrangement and Labour).

complete as per drawing and technical specifications.00 metre metre 16652. if required Add 25% of cost for Kentledge including supports.10 metre 8878.5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10m upto 20m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Beyond 20m upto 30 m Add 7.00 7024.00 27710.00 metre metre 13092.00 Page 87 .00 63200.5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering on the cost. loading arrangement and Labour . if required Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.14 A (i) (ii) (iii) a (iv) a b (v) a b metre metre 5476. Beyond 20m upto 30 m Add 7. Soft rock ( 7m dia well ) Depth of soft rock strata upto 3m Hard rock ( 7m dia well ) Depth upto 3 m Sinking of 8 m external diameter well ( other than pneumatic method of sinking ) through all types of strata namely sandy soil.40 12.00 metre metre 50159. clayey soil and rock as shown against each case.70 6722. and Labour etc.50 17451.00 19983. loading arrangement and Labour ). loading arrangement.00 metre metre metre 21112. loading arrangement and Labour). Sandy soil Depth below bed level upto 3.00 11819. if required. metre metre 11256. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.00 metre metre 5854.00 26390. Depth of sinking is reckoned from bed level.00 60190.a b (iv) a b c (v) a b c C (i) D (i) Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add for dewatering @ 5% of cost. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering.

00 metre metre metre metre metre 64493. loading arrangement and Labour ). Soft rock ( 8m dia well ) C Depth in soft rock strata upto 3m (i) Hard rock ( 8m dia well ) D Depth in hard rock strata upto 3 m (i) Sinking of 9 m external diameter well ( other than pneumatic method of sinking ) through all types of strata namely sandy soil.5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.90 metre metre 14471. c loading arrangement and Labour).00 21919. if required Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10m upto 20m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Beyond 20m upto 30 m Add 7. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter metre metre 7290. Beyond 20m upto 30 m Add 7.B (i) (ii) (iii) a b (iv) a b c (v) a b Clayey soil ( 8m dia.00 33931. complete as per drawing and technical specifications.00 metre metre metre 27144.5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering on the cost.00 77391. if required Add 25% of cost for Kentledge including supports. clayey soil and rock as shown against 12. if required. Well ) Depth upto 3. loading arrangement and Labour . Beyond 30m upto 40 m metre metre 5562.00 Page 88 .00 metre metre 18266.15 each case.00 35627.00 14459.00 15195.0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10 m upto 20 m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add for dewatering @ 5% of cost. A (i) (ii) (iii) a (iv) a b (v) Sandy soil Depth below bed level upto 3.00 81261.60 17888.35 10957.50 7372.85 metre 9738. Depth of sinking is reckoned from bed level.55 Add 5% of cost for dewatering.

Clayey soil ( 9m dia.00 38352. Depth of sinking is reckoned from bed level.00 17778. loading arrangement and Labour ).5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering on the cost. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering. Sandy soil Depth below bed level upto 3. Beyond 20m upto 30 m Add 7.00 16358.00 metre metre metre metre metre 69425. loading arrangement. clayey soil and rock as shown against each case.00 Page 89 .00 7718.0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10 m upto 20 m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add for dewatering @ 5% of cost.00 36525.16 A (i) (ii) (iii) a (iv) metre metre 6606.35 metre metre 15579. and Labour etc.0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10m upto 20m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Beyond 20m upto 30 m metre metre metre metre 43396.60 7807.00 20706. loading arrangement and Labour).00 87475.00 52075. Well ) Depth below bed level upto 3.00 83310. Soft rock ( 9m dia well ) Depth upto 3m Hard rock ( 9m dia well ) Depth of hard rock strata upto 3 m Sinking of 10 m external diameter well ( other than pneumatic method of sinking ) through all types of strata namely sandy soil.00 metre metre metre 29220.a b B (i) (ii) (iii) a b (iv) a b c (v) a b c C (i) D (i) Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.15 metre 10310. if required Add 25% of cost for Kentledge including supports. if required Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports. complete as per drawing and technical specifications.05 11796. if required.00 12.

00 16484.0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10m upto 20m metre metre 19339. clayey soil and rock as shown against each case.65 metre metre 15699. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.00 55136.40 11887.00 38649.00 83954.a b (v) a b B (i) (ii) (iii) a b (iv) a 'b c (v) a b c C (i) D (i) Add 7. loading arrangement and Labour). loading arrangement.00 8637.0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10 m upto 20 m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add for dewatering @ 5% of cost.00 36808. Beyond 20m upto 30 m Add 7.17 A (i) (ii) (iii) metre metre 15004. Clayey soil (10m dia. and Labour etc.00 metre metre metre 29447.00 metre metre metre metre 45947. if required Add 25% of cost for Kentledge including supports. loading arrangement and Labour . if required Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports. loading arrangement and Labour ). Soft rock (10m dia well ) Depth of soft rock strata upto 3m Hard rock (10m dia well ) Depth of hard rock strata upto 3 m Sinking of 11 m external diameter well ( other than pneumatic method of sinking ) through all types of strata namely sandy soil.00 metre metre 69962. if required.00 metre metre 18095. Sandy soil Depth from bed level upto 3.5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering on the cost.80 23390. Well ) Depth below bed level upto 3.00 23207. complete as per drawing and technical specifications. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering.35 12.75 Page 90 .00 88152.5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.45 12431. Depth of sinking is reckoned from bed level.

00 40254. if required Add 25% of cost for Kentledge including supports. Clayey soil (11 m dia.18 Page 91 .a (iv) a b (v) a b B (i) (ii) (iii) a b (iv) a b c (v) a b c C (i) D (i) Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Beyond 20m upto 30 m Add 7. loading arrangement.00 metre metre 30797. loading arrangement and Labour ).0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10 m upto 20 m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add for dewatering @ 5% of cost.00 metre metre metre metre 73170.00 metre metre metre 61262.75 52147.00 80407.45 metre metre 32661.70 12. loading arrangement and Labour).00 183392. Depth of sinking is reckoned from bed level.00 14374.00 metre metre metre metre metre 145549. if required.00 87804.00 34294. clayey soil and rock as shown against each case.00 36956. and Labour etc. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports. loading arrangement and Labour . metre 16419.00 174659. complete as per drawing and technical specifications. if required Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.00 76578.5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering on the cost. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering.5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports. Well ) Depth from bed level upto 3. Soft rock (11m dia well ) Depth of soft rock strata upto 3m Hard rock (11m dia well ) Depth of hard rock upto 3 m Sinking of 12 m external diameter well ( other than pneumatic method of sinking ) through all types of strata namely sandy soil.80 24731. Beyond 20m upto 30 m Add 7.

00 444487.5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering on the cost.0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10 m upto 20 m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add for dewatering @ 5% of cost. and Labour etc.00 metre metre 88276. Clayey soil (12 m dia.40 Page 92 .70 metre 47062. if required. Soft rock (12m dia well ) Depth of soft rock strata upto 3m Hard rock (12m dia well ) Depth of hard rock strata upto 3 m metre metre 31342.00 185600.5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10m upto 20m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Beyond 20m upto 30 m Add 7.10 35634.00 metre metre metre metre 209732. if required Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.00 35046. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering. Well ) Depth below bed level upto 3.00 83116. loading arrangement. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.00 251679.00 metre metre metre 148480.00 metre metre metre metre metre 352768.00 105931.00 423321.00 194880.00 92924.80 117130. if required Add 25% of cost for Kentledge including supports. Beyond 20m upto 30 m Add 7. loading arrangement and Labour). loading arrangement and Labour .15 metre metre 79158.A (i) (ii) (iii) a (iv) a b (v) a b B (i) (ii) (iii) a b (iv) a b c (v) a b c C (i) D (i) Sandy soil I) Depth below bed level upto 3. loading arrangement and Labour ).00 59937.

0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10m upto 20m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Beyond 20m upto 30 m metre metre 7069.00 Page 93 . clayey soil and rock as shown against each case.19 Sinking of Twin D Type well ( other than pneumatic method of sinking ) through all types of strata namely sandy soil.90 A (i) (ii) (iii) a (iv) metre 10101.12.25 7647. Sandy soil Depth from bed level upto 3. complete as per drawing and technical specifications. Depth of sinking is reckoned from bed level.

if required.05 Page 94 . Soft rock (Twin D Type well ) Depth of soft rock strata upto 3m metre metre 18947. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering.55 metre metre 17413.00 22736.5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 5% of cost for dewatering on the cost. loading arrangement and Labour).5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.00 40830. Clayey soil (Twin D Type Well ) Depth below bed level upto 3. loading arrangement and Labour ).a b (v) a b B (i) (ii) (iii) a b (iv) a b c (v) a b c C (i) Add 7.00 97781.00 8385. if required Add 25% of cost for Kentledge including supports.00 42871. Beyond 20m upto 30 m Add 7.00 93124.00 metre metre metre metre 45014.00 18284. Beyond 30m upto 40 m Add 10% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports. loading arrangement and Labour .00 metre metre metre metre 77604. and Labour etc.00 metre metre metre 32664. if required Add 20% of cost for Kentledge including supports.0 M Beyond 3m upto 10m depth Beyond 10 m upto 20 m Add 5% for every additional meter depth of sinking over the rate of sinking for the previous meter Add for dewatering @ 5% of cost.00 54017. loading arrangement.00 20721.30 13185.

25 12.C.05 12.00 Page 95 .21 12.24 metre 9948.C.C. pile excluding reinforcement complete as per drawing and technical specifications and removal of excavated earth with all lifts and lead upto 1000 m.10 12.20 12.28 metre 11891.C.C.C.37 tonne tonne 300. (Pile diameter-750 mm) Bored cast-in-situ M35 grade R.D (i) 12.C.26 metre 5096. piles excluding reinforcement complete as per drawing and & Technical Specification (Pile diameter . piles excluding reinforcement complete as per drawing and & Technical Specification (Pile diameter .1000 mm) Driven cast-in-place vertical M35 grade R. (Pile diameter-1200 mm) Driven cast-in-place vertical M35 grade R.750 mm) Driven cast-in-place vertical M35 grade R.C. pile excluding reinforcement complete as per drawing and & Technical Specification (Pile diameter .27 metre 8143.C.22 12.65 74862.40 12.C.23 Hard rock (Twin D Type well ) Depth of hard rock strata upto 3 m Sand filling in wells complete as per drawing and technical specifications Providing steel liner 10 mm thick for curbs and 6mm thick for steining of wells including fabricating and setting out as per detailed drawing Bored cast-in-situ M35 grade R.00 5000. (Pile diameter-1000 mm) Bored cast-in-situ M35 grade R. pile excluding reinforcement complete as per drawing and technical specifications and removal of excavated earth with all lifts and lead upto 1000 m.C.1200 mm) Pile load test on single vertical pile in accordance with IS:2911(Part-IV) (a) Initial and routine load test (b) Lateral load test metre cum tonne 24672.25 metre 12852. pile excluding reinforcement complete as per drawing and technical specifications and removal of excavated earth with all lifts and lead upto 1000 m.C.45 12.65 858.40 metre 6042.

fitting and placing un-coated HYSD bar reinforcement in foundation complete as per drawing and technical specifications Supplying.40 Cement concrete for reinforced concrete in pile cap complete as per drawing and Technical Specification RCC Grade M20 Using Concrete Mixer Using Batching Plant.12.00 12.65 6534.30 7047. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M25 Using concrete mixer.75 6799.10 5817.39 12.80 6703.95 4788.20 6455. Using Batching Plant. Using Batching Plant. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M30 Using concrete mixer. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M35 Using concrete mixer.20 55176.35 6879.38 A (i) (ii) B (i) (ii) C (i) (ii) D (i) (ii) 12.41 tonne 56274. Using Batching Plant. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Levelling course for Pile cap Supplying. fitting and placing un-coated Mild steel reinforcement complete in foundation as per drawing and technical specification cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum tonne 6163.85 Page 96 .

the rates for the same are ascertained by quotation from the market for the approved design and technical specifications.5 mm from a straight edge placed in any direction across the area. For spans in garde. only full circular rollers are to be provided. Bridge bearing. the bearing shall be placed horizontal by using sole plates for suitbly designed RCC pedestals. For elastomeric bearings. The bearing should be procured only from those manufacturers who have been prequalified by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. The bottoms of girders resting on the bearing shall be plane and truly horizontal.Chapter – 13 SUBSTRUCTURE Preamble: 1 Although. The cost of formwork will vary with the height and cross-section of the substructure. the concrete surface shall be leveled such that the variation is not more than 1.2000. Provision has been made accordingly. the rate for brick and stone masonry in CM 1:3 have also been included which can be adopted permitted by design. In case of roller-cum-rocker bearings. being commercial item produced by specialised firms with imported technology and parts. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Page 96 . Bearing shall be set truly level so as to have full and even seating. Weep holes shall be provided as per specifications. Filter media and backfilling behind abutment are required to be provided as per guidelines in IRC:78. substructure are generally constructed in cement concrete.

CHAPTER-13 SUB-STRUCTURE Brick masonry work in 1:3 in sub-structure complete excluding pointing and plastering. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height above 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.70 6226. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height 5m to 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.90 3901.3 13.70 7045.65 7190.05 7171.5 A (p) B (p) C (p) Case I Case II (q) Case I Case II (r) Case I Case II D (p) Case I Case II (q) Case I Case II (r) cum sqm sqm 6669.75 Page 97 . Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height above 10m 13.15 4827.95 6813.10 cum cum 5347.1 13.20 6869.2 13.05 cum cum cum cum 6937.40 6749.20 cum cum cum 3819.65 6574.20 125. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump PCC Grade M30 Height upto 5m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.4 A B C 13.40 6512. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height 5m to 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant. as per drawing and technical specifications Pointing with cement mortar (1:3 ) on brick work in substructure as per Technical specifications Plastering with cement mortar (1:3 ) on brick work in sub-structure as per Technical specifications Stone masonry work in cement mortar 1:3 for substructure complete as per drawing and Technical Specifications Random Rubble Masonry Coursed rubble masonry (first sort ) Ashlar masonry ( first sort ) Plain/Reinforced cement concrete in sub-structure complete as per drawing and technical specifications PCC Grade M15 Height upto 5m PCC Grade M20 Height upto 5m PCC Grade M25 Height upto 5m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.20 cum cum cum cum cum cum 6628.40 53.

10 6186.60 7461.60 cum cum cum cum cum cum 6576.50 Page 98 .30 7112.10 7070.15 6693.95 7114.55 cum cum cum cum cum cum 7264. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height 5m to 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.30 7522.55 cum 7441.45 7759.35 6876. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height above 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height 5m to 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.20 7816.95 6815.60 7181. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M25 Height upto 5m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.65 7469. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height 5m to 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M30 Height upto 5m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.65 7345. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height above 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.20 cum cum cum cum cum cum 7225. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height above 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.25 6411.15 6953. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M35 Height upto 5m Using concrete Mixer cum cum 7505. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump RCC Grade M20 Height upto 5m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.Case I Case II E (p) Case I Case II (q) Case I Case II (r) Case I Case II F (p) Case I Case II (q) Case I Case II (r) Case I Case II G (p) Case I Case II (q) Case I Case II (r) Case I Case II H (p) Case I Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.

9 A B Back filling behind abutment. wing wall and return wall complete as per drawing and Technical specification Granular material Sandy material Providing and laying of Filter media with granular materials/stone crushed aggregates satisfying the requirements laid down in clause 2504.15 13. wing wall/return wall with 100 mm dia AC pipe.30 56146.70 13. extending through the full width of the structure with slope of 1V :20H towards drawing foce. Complete as per drawing and Technical specifications cum cum cum cum cum tonne 7135. fitting and placing HYSD bar reinforcement in sub-structure complete as per drawing and technical specifications Supplying.45 Page 99 .85 7290.2. fitting and fixing in position true to line and level cast steel rocker bearing conforming to IRC: 83(Pt.45 13.35 13. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height 5m to 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant.10 cum 1754.11 Supplying.80 7847. 1468. of MoRTH specifications to a thickness of not less than 600 mm with smaller size towards the soil and bigger size towards the soil and bigger size towards the wall and provided over the entire surface behind abutment. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Height above 10m Using concrete Mixer With Batching Plant. wing wall and return wall to the full height compacted to a firm condition complete as per drawing and technical specification cum cum 826. fitting and placing Mild steel reinforcement complete in sub-structure as per drawing and technical specification Providing weep holes in Brick masonry/Plain/Reinforced concrete abutment.6 With Batching Plant.8 each 125.30 1064.15 7603.1) section IX and clause 2003 of MoRTH specifications tonne complete including all accessories as per drawing and capacity Technical Specifications.7 tonne 55664.2.35 13. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump Supplying.40 7524.Case II (q) Case I Case II (r) Case I Case II 13.

fitting and fixing in position true to line and level sliding plate bearing with PTFE surface sliding on stainless steel complete including all accessories as per tonne drawing and Technical Specifications and BS: 5400. 2755. capacity section 9. completre assembly to be of cast steel/fabricated tonne structural steel. Supplying. fitting and fixing in position true to line and level elastomeric bearing conforming to IRC: 83 (Part-II) section IX and clause 2005 of MoRTH specifications complete including all accessories as per drawing and Technical Specifications. section 9. fitting and fixing in position true to line and level POT-PTFE bearing consisting of a metal piston supported by a disc or unreinforced elastomer confined within a metal cylinder. Supplying.13.-1) section IX and clause 2003 of MoRTH specifications complete including all accessories as per drawing and Technical Specifications.95 13. tonne capacity 1292. dust seals.80 Page 100 .2 and clause 2006 of MoRTH Specifications complete asper drawing and approved technical specifications.13 Supplying.1 & 9. PTFE surface sliding against stainless steel mating surface.14 cubic centimetr e 0. 295.15 tonne capacity 224. fitting and fixing in position true to line and level sliding plate bearing with stainless steel plate sliding on stainless steel plate with mild steel matrix complete including all accessories as per drawing and Technical Specifications.75 13. fitting and fixing in position true to line and level forged steel roller bearing conforming to IRC: 83(Pt.2 (for PTFE) and clause 2004 of MoRTH Specifications.1 & 9.35 13. sealing rings.12 Supplying. metal and elastomer elements to be as capacity per IRC: 83 part-I & II respectively and other parts conforming to BS: 5400.45 13.16 Supplying.

Railing. The Rates for pre-cast and pre-tensioned girders has also been included. In this connection Circular No. MoRT&H letter No. For bridges having wide deck/span length of more than 120 m or/and involving complex movements/rotations in different directions/planes. which can be adopted as per approved design. Such cases will require prior approval of Ministry. 3 4 5 6 7 8 Page 101 .2000 of Ministry of Road Transport and Highways may be referred for further details Expansion joints involving movements exceeding 40 mm are specialised readymade items commercially produced by reputed firms with imported technology and parts.Chapter – 14 SUPERSTRUCTURE Preamble: 1 The rate for the wearing coat has been analysed as under in accordance with the provisions of MORD Specifications: a. The rates for such joints are ascertained from the firms pre-qualified by the Ministry.03. The rate for anti-corrosive treatment is ascertained from firms specialised in this work. RW/NH-34059/1/96 S&R dated 30-11-2000 and subsequent corrigendum dated 25-01-2001 may be referred for detailed specifications and provisions for various types of expansion joints. RW/NH-34041/44/91-S&R dated 21. c. The length of drainage spout has been provided in such a way that it is connected to the drainage system on the ground in case of flyovers and there is no splashing of water on the structure in case of bridges. provision of special type of modular expansion joints such as swivel joists joint are required for which firms specialised in this field may be consulted. Cement concrete wearing coat Ashphaltic concrete wearing coat Bitumen mastic wearing coat The item may be selected as per approved design 2 The rates are provided for both RCC Railing and M. S. b.

25-35% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m RCC Grade M 30 14.1 A Case I (i) (p) (q) (r) (ii) (p) (q) (r) Case II (i) (p) (q) (r) (ii) (p) (q) (r) B Case I (i) (p) (q) (r) (ii) (p) (q) (r) Case II (i) (p) (q) (r) (ii) (p) (q) (r) C cum cum cum cum cum cum 7097.05 7721.30 7226.05 7392.70 8809.30 7226.20 cum cum cum cum cum cum 6670.90 8030.CHAPTER-14 SUPER-STRUCTURE Furnishing and Placing Reinforced/Prestressed cement concrete in super-structure as per drawing and Technical Specification RCC Grade M20 Using Concrete Mixer For solid slab super-structure.25 6948. 25-35% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m Using Batching Plant.40 8483. 20-30% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For T-beam & slab.65 Page 102 .25 7504.95 cum cum cum cum cum cum 7413. 20-30% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For T-beam & slab.40 6948. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump For solid slab super-structure. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump For solid slab super-structure.75 7688.90 8030. 20-30% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For T-beam & slab.20 cum cum cum cum cum cum 7813.70 8157.40 8483.75 7688.80 8339.50 7392. 25-35% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m Using Batching Plant.80 7721. 20-30% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For T-beam & slab.10 8157.50 7984. 25-35% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m RCC Grade M25 Using Concrete Mixer For solid slab super-structure.

25-35% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m Using Batching Plant.55 8682. 20-30% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For T-beam & slab. Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m Using Batching Plant.40 8343.05 8608. 25-35% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m RCC/PSC Grade M35 Using concrete mixer.75 8132.65 8211.75 cum cum cum cum cum cum 7569.10 10039. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump.75 8132.55 8682. 38-58% of cost of concrete.Case I (i) (p) (q) (r) (ii) (p) (q) (r) Case II (i) (p) (q) (r) (ii) (p) (q) (r) D Case 1 (i) (p) (q) (r) (ii) (p) (q) (r) (iii) (p) (q) (r) Case II (i) (p) (q) (r) (ii) (p) (q) (r) (iii) Using Concrete Mixer For solid slab super-structure.95 7819.15 8277.65 8211.55 7819.45 10717. For solid slab super-structure.90 cum cum cum 9361. 18-28% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For T-beam & slab.40 8532.05 8608.55 8445. 18-28% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For T-beam & slab. 23-33% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For box girder and balanced cantilever.20 cum cum cum cum cum cum 7506. 23-33% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For box girder and balanced cantilever. cum cum cum cum cum cum 7946.35 cum cum cum cum cum cum 8004.75 9021.85 7890.40 7890.15 Page 103 . 20-30% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For T-beam & slab.15 8939.75 8343. For solid slab super-structure.00 8277. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump For solid slab super-structure. 38-58% of cost of concrete.

70 cum cum cum 9131.10 8138. 16-26% of cost of concrete (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For I-beam & slab including launching of precast girders by launching truss upto 40 m span.40 8814. 25-35% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m Using Batching Plant.80 Page 104 .80 8800.20 9163.80 8138.95 cum cum cum 8114. 20-30% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For T-beam & slab. 38-58% of cost of concrete. Transit Mixer and Concrete Pump For solid slab super-structure.80 9117.95 cum cum cum cum cum cum 8416.80 9117.45 8766.95 8469. For solid slab super-structure.40 10135. 36-56% of cost of concrete. 18-28% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For T-beam & slab.65 8464. 23-33% of (a+b+c) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For box girder and balanced cantilever. Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m PSC Grade M-45 For solid slab/voided slab super-structure.25 10912. 21-31% of cost of concrete.90 9494.20 cum cum cum 8464.40 8814.70 10213.45 9468. Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m For cast-in-situ box girder.(p) (q) (r) E Case 1 (i) (p) (q) (r) (ii) (p) (q) (r) Case II (i) (p) (q) (r) (ii) (p) (q) (r) (iii) (p) (q) (r) F (i) (p) (q) (r) (ii) (p) (q) ® (iii) (p) (q) (r) Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m PSC Grade M-40 Using concrete mixer. Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m cum cum cum 8852.95 cum cum cum 9513.10 cum cum cum cum cum cum 7808.10 8766.55 9793.95 8469. segmental construction and balanced cantilever.25 10454.

05 11917.4 cum 10581.G (i) (p) (q) (r) H (i) (p) (q) (r) 14. segmental construction and balanced cantilever.5 mm nominal size at the rate of 0.3 tonne 108152.15 11261. metre 1669. fitting and placing HYSD bar reinforcement in super-structure complete as per drawing and technical specifications High tensile steel wires/strands including all accessories for stressing.95 57155.5 sqm 312. 35-55% of cost of concrete Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m a) Supplying.60 10535. true to line and grade.45 Page 105 . including providing antiskid surface with bitumen precoated fine grained hard stone chipping of 9. complete as per approved drawings and technical specifications.55 For cast-in-situ box girder. centre to centre spacing between vertical post not to exceed 2000 mm.15 11149. leaving adequate space between vertical post for expansion. aggregate size not exceeding 12 mm. segmental construction and balanced cantilever. protruding 1 mm to 4 mm over mastic surface.2 PSC Grade M-50 For cast-in-situ box girder.005cum per 10 sqm and at an approximate spacing of 10 cm center to center in both directions.95 14.70 cum cum cum tonne 10380.6 Construction of precast RCC railing of M30 Grade. stressing operations and grouting complete as per drawing and Technical Specifications Providing and laying Cement concrete wearing coat M30 grade including reinforcement complete as per drawing and Technical Specifications Mastic Asphalt (Providing and laying 12 mm thick mastic asphalt wearing course on top of deck slab excluding prime coat with paving grade bitumen meeting the requirements given in table 500-29.95 14.80 14. tolurence of vertical RCC post not to exceed 1 in 500. prepared by using mastic cooker and laid to required level and slope after cleaning the surface. C. all complete as per clause 515.) cum cum cum 9808.45 14. pressed into surface when the temperature of surfaces not less than 100 deg. 35-55% of cost of concrete Height upto 5m Height 5m to 10m Height above 10m PSC Grade M.

16 metre 66.11 cum 9234. Providing. welding of 8 mm dia.14. centre to centre spacing between vertical post not to exceed 2000 mm. semi-rigid crash barrier with metal beam and flexible crash barrier with wire ropes have been made and included in chapter-8 on Traffic and Transportation. dust. expansion gap being 20 mm.80 Page 106 . true to line and grade. complete as per approved drawings and technical specifications.35 14.8 14. fitting and fixing mild steel railing complete as per drawing and Technical Specification Drainage Spouts complete as per drawing and Technical specification PCC M15 Grade leveling course below approach slab complete as per drawing and Technical specification Reinforced cement concrete approach slab including reinforcement and formwork complete as per drawing and Technical specification Crash Barriers (The rate analysis for rigid crash barrier in reinforced cement concrete.17 metre 1031.25 14.35 14. leaving adequate space between vertical post for expansion.) Painting on concrete surface (Providing and applying 2 coats of water based cement paint to unplastered concrete surface after cleaning the surface of dirt.15 14. 100 mm long galvanised nails spaced 300 mm c/c along the centre line of the plate. tolurence of vertical RCC post not to exceed 1 in 500.7 Construction of RCC railing of M30 Grade in-situ with 20 mm nominal size aggregate. efflorescence and applying paint @ of 1 litre for 2 Sq.9 14. covered with 12 mm thick. all as specified in clause 2604.m. 200 mm wide galvanised wieldable structural steel plate as per IS: 2062. grease.00 14.15 4862.) metre 1627. oil.10 metre each cum 2982. resting freely over the top surface of the deck concrete. placed symmetrical to centre line of the joint. ) Burried Joint (Providing and laying a burried expansion joint.40 691.

depth of joint varying from 75 mm to 100 mm.) metre 3658.14.60 (ii) metre 210. complete as per approved drawings and standard specifications to be installed by the manufacturer/supplier or their authorised representative ensuring compliance to the manufacturer's instructions for installation and clause 2606 of MoRTH specifications for road & bridge works. carefully selected single size aggregate of 12. all as per approved drawings and specifications. covered with sealant complete as per drawing and technical specifications.55 14. moderately curved with maximum horizontal movement upto 50 mm. width varying from 500 mm to 750 mm (in traffic direction).00 (iv) metre 19.5 mm nominal size and a heat resistant foam caulking/backer rod. covered with a closure plate of 200mm x 6mm of wieldable structural steel conforming to IS: 2062. Providing & fixing 20 mm thick compressible fibre board in expansion joint complete as per drawing & Technical Specification.35 (iii) metre 206..18 (i) Filler joint Providing & fixing 2 mm thick corrugated copper plate in expansion joint complete as per drawing & Technical Specification.19 metre 2760. catering to right or skew (less than 20 deg.15 Page 107 . Providing and filling joint sealing compound as per drawings and technical specifications with coarse sand and 6% bitumen by weight Asphaltic Plug joint (Providing and laying of asphaltic plug joint to provide for horizontal movement of 25 mm and vertical movement of 2 mm.) metre 12514.55 14.20 Elastomeric Slab Steel Expansion Joint (Providing and laying of an elastomeric slab steel expansion joint. asphaltic plug to consist of polymer modified bitumen binder. Providing and fixing in position 20 mm thick premoulded joint filler in expansion joint for fixed ends of simply supported spans not exceeding 10 m to cater for a horizontal movement upto 20 mm.

14.) Modular Strip / Box Seal Joint (Providing and laying of a modular strip box seal expansion joint catering to a horizontal movement beyond 140mm and upto 210mm.) metre 14630.22 metre 15279. complete as per approved drawings and standard specifications to be installed by the manufacturer/supplier or their authorised representative ensuring compliance to the manufacturer's instructions for installation.) Modular Strip / Box Seal Joint (Providing and laying of a modular strip Box steel expansion joint including anchorage catering to a horizontal movement beyond 70 mm and upto 140mm.45 14.75 14.21 Compression Seal Joint (Providing and laying of compression seal joint consisting of steel armoured nosing at two edges of the joint gap suitably anchored to the deck concrete and a preformed chloroprene elastomer or closed cell foam joint sealer compressed and fixed into the joint gap with special adhesive binder to cater for a horizontal movement upto 40 mm and vertical movement of 3 mm.95 Page 108 .) Strip Seal Expansion Joint (Providing and laying of a strip seal expansion joint catering to maximum horizontal movement upto 70 mm.20 14. complete as per approved drawings and standard specifications to be installed by the manufacturer/supplier or their authorised representative ensuring compliance to the manufacturer's instructions for installation. complete as per approved drawings and standard specifications to be installed by the manufacturer/supplier or their authorised representative ensuring compliance to the manufacturer's instructions for installation.24 metre 277245.23 metre 250836.

b. c. cement concrete blocks M 15 and brick on edge laid in cement mortar (CM) 1:3. Depending upon the design. without losing their functional requirement. 2 Boulder apron laid dry Boulder apron laid in wire crates Apron laid in cement concrete blocks of M 15 grade A toe wall for toe protection of pitching can be either in random rubble masonry or in nominal mix cement concrete M 10. Such structures are suited as retaining structures and for crosion control in river training works especially for situations where some settlement of foundation is anticipated. Coursed rubble stone masonry (1st sort) is CM 1:3 Cement concrete M-15 grade 3 4 5 The rate analysis for gabionstructures comprising of stone boulders laid in wire crates have been included. or in brick masonry. Flooring has been proposed in dry rubble stone. being flexible structures. Curtain walls proposed are of the following types: b.Chapter – 15 PROTECTION WORKS Preamble: 1 Three types of aprons as under have been catered for: a. the rates may be adopted under respective clauses. rubble stone laid in cement mortar 1:3. Page 109 . c. These structures can adjust in minor settlements.

3 m cast in cement concrete of Grade M15 Providing and laying Filter material underneath pitching in slopes complete as per drawing and Technical specification Toe protection (A toe wall for toe protection can either be in dry rubble masonry in case of dry rubble pitching or pitching with stones in wire crates or it can be in PCC M15 nominal mix if cement concrete block have been used for pitching . Rubble stone laid in cement mortar 1:3 Cement Concrete blocks Grade M15 Dry rubble Flooring 15.5 m) (Providing and laying of apron with cement concrete blocks of size 0.5 cum cum cum 963.) Providing and laying Flooring complete as per drawing and Technical specifications laid over cement concrete bedding.60 15. dry rubble masonry and PCC M15 have been analysed and given in respective chapters.CHAPTER-15 RIVER TRAINING AND PROTECTION WORKS Providing and laying boulders apron on river bed for protection against scour with stone boulders weighing not less than 40 kg each complete as per drawing and Technical specification.05 Page 110 .25 6790.9 cum cum cum 4559. Boulder apron laid in wire crates (Providing and laying of boulder apron laid in wire crates made with 4mm dia GI wire conforming to IS: 280 & IS:4826 in 100mm x 100mm mesh (weaved diagonally) including 10% extra for laps and joints laid with stone boulders weighing not less than 40 kg each.10 1895.4 A B 15.40 15.5 x 0. The rate for excavation for foundation.40 15. Boulder laid dry without wire crates.7 15.3x0.3 x0.10 15.2 cum 1670.5x0.) Cement concrete blocks (size 0.5 x 0.3 cum 5156.60 5156.40 1247.1 A cum 963.5 m cast in-situ and made with nominal mix of M15 grade cement concrete with a minimum cement content of 250 kg/cum as per IRC: 21-2000 Providing and laying Pitching on slopes laid over prepared filter media including boulder apron laid dry in front of toe of embankment complete as per drawing and Technical specifications Stone/Boulder Cement Concrete blocks of size 0. Rates for toe wall can be adopted from respective clauses depending upon approved design.5x0.8 A B 15.

filled with boulders with least dimension of 200 mm.00 Page 111 .6 m each divided into 1.) cum cum cum 3799.00 1003. woven into mesh with double twist. river training works and protection works with wire crates of size 2 m x 1 m x 0.12 Curtain wall complete as per drawing and Technical specification Stone masonry in cement mortar (1:3) Cement concrete Grade M15 Flexible Apron :Construction of flexible apron 1 m thick comprising of loose stone boulders weighing not less than 40 kg beyond curtain wall. made from 4 mm galvanised steel wire @ 32 kg per 10 sqm having minimum tensile strength of 300 Mpa conforming to IS:280 and galvanizing coating conforming to IS:4826.13 cum 3014. filled with boulders with least dimension of 200 mm.5 m compartments by cross netting.15. River Training Works and Protection works (Providing and constructing gabain structures for erosion control. mesh size not exceeding 100 x 100 mm. mesh size not exceeding 100 mm x 100 mm. all loose ends to be securely tied with 4 mm galvanised steel wire.30 15.25 cum 1779.00 5055. woven into mesh with double twist.3 m each divided into 1m compartments by cross netting. all loose ends to be tied with 4 mm galvanised steel wire) Gabian Structure for Erosion Control.10 A B 15. Gabian Structure for Retaining Earth (Providing and construction of a gabain structure for retaining earth with segments of wire crates of size 7 m x 3 m x 0.11 15. made from 4 mm galvanised steel wire @ 32 kg per 10 sqm having minimum tensile strength of 300 Mpa conforming to IS:280 and galvanizing coating conforming to IS:4826.

cement mortar (1:1) grout and epoxy grout by injecting with grout pump through nipples. 50 and 100 m. The repair and replacement of following structures has been included a) b) c) d) e) Bridge Bearings Expansion Joints Concrete Railing Mild Steel Railing Crash Barrier 2 3 4 5 Page 112 . Sealing of cracks has been proposed with cement grout.Chapter – 16 REPAIR AND REHABILITATION Preamble: 1 Removal of cement concrete wearing coat and asphaltic wearing coat has been proposed with pneumatic breakers. Bonding of new concrete with old concrete is proposed with epoxy resin. The rate for external prestressing has been analysed for three different spans of 25.

available in present formulations. 16.45 16.25 16. Guniting concrete surface with cement mortar applied with compressor after cleaning surface and spraying with epoxy complete as per Technical specification Providing and inserting nipples with approved fixing compound after drilling holes for grouting as per Technical specifications including subsequent cutting/removal and sealing of the hole as necessary of nipples after completion of grouting with Cement/Epoxy Sealing of cracks/porous concrete by injection process through nipples/Grouting complete as per Technical specification.3 sqm 843.2 sqm 80.5 A B kg kg 35. to be applied as per instructions of manufacturer and as approved by the Engineer.40 16.4 each 112.05 109.CHAPTER-16 REPAIR AND REHABILITATION Removal of existing cement concrete wearing coat including its disposal complete as per Technical specification without causing any detrimental effect to any part of the bridge structure and removal of dismantled material with all lifts and lead upto 1000m(Thickness 75 mm) Removal of existing asphaltic wearing coat comprising of 50 mm thick asphaltic concrete laid over 12 mm thick mastic asphalt including disposal with all lift and lead upto 1000m.95 16. Sealing of crack / porous concrete with Epoxy Grout by injection through nipples complete as per clause 2803.65 Page 113 . initiator and promoter.7 kg 683.65 16.95 16.6 sqm 1226.1. Cement Grout Cement mortar (1:1) Grouting Patching of damaged concrete surface with polymer concrete and curing compounds.1 sqm 106.

cleaning the surface thoroughly. applying cement concrete after erection of proper form work. Replacement of damaged mild steel railing Repair of crash barrier (Repair of concrete crash barrier with cement concrete of M-30 grade by cutting and trimming the damaged portion to a regular shape.21 metre 196. density of gunite not less than 2000 kg/cum. coarse aggregates.) Repair of steel Railing (Repair of steel railing to bring it to the original shape) sqm 317.23 metre metre 118.) Repair of RCC Railing (Carrying out repair of RCC M30 railing to bring it to the original shape.20 2400. water and quick setting compound in the proportion as per clause 2807.17 16.60 16.00 16.50 243. sand. strength not less than 25 Mpa and workmanship conforming to clause 2807. applying the shotcrete mixture mechanically with compressed air under pressure.18 16.11 16.1. water cement ratio ranging from 0.16.22 16.05 148.10 16.00 301.35 to 0.9 Removal of defective concrete.50 121. comprising of cement. Replacement of crash barrier. Applying pre-packed cement based polymer mortar of strength 45 Mpa at 28 days for replacement of spalled concrete Epoxy bonding of new concrete to old concrete Replacement of Expansion Joints complete as per drawings Replacement of damaged concrete railing.00 Page 114 .6.20 sqm sqm metre metre metre metre 95. sand and coarse aggregates conforming to IS: 383 and table 1 of IS: 9012 respectively.65 174.70 16.. cleaning the area to be repaired thoroughly.50.19 16.