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SERVICES WORKS - OFFICE TOWER

PROPOSED KoTDA COMPLEX DEVELOPMENT

FOR KONZA TECHNOPOLIS DEVELOPMENT

AUTHORITY ON LAND PARCEL NO. 74

KONZA TECHNOCITY, KENYA

NOMINATED TENDER NO: (Vol 3)-KoTDA/076T/2015-2016

Specification and Bills of Quantities

for

Supply, Delivery, Installation, Testing and CommissioningOf

Sanitary Fixtures, Plumbing ,Drainage, Firefighting & Solar water heating works.

CLIENT / EMPLOYER

KONZA TECHNOPOLIS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, P.O BOX 30519-00100,

NAIROBI

Project Consultants

Architect Quantity Surveyors SK Archplans Architects, Integrated YMR Partnership, P. O. Box 50725-00800 P. O. Box 2403-00606 Nairobi Nairobi

Structural/Civil Engineers Services EngineersCas Consultants Limited, ServconsultP.O. BOX 58624-00200 P. O. Box 41693-00100Nairobi Nairobi

May, 2016

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CONTENTS PAGE

CONTENTS PAGE…………………………………………….. (i)

DEFINITIONS……………………………………………………. (ii)

SPECIAL NOTES………………………………………………….. (iii)

FORM OF TENDER……………………………………………….. (iv)

FORM OF TENDER SECURITY

APPENDIX 1……………………………………………….…………… (v)

APPENDIX II……………………………………………………….……… (vi)

SECTION A: INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS……… A-1 to A-17

SECTION B: CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT (SUB CONTRACT WORKS) B-1 to B-13

SUB-CONTRACT AGREEMENT FORM- KABCEC……… 1 - 22

SECTION C: SUB CONTRACTS PRELIMINARIES AND GENERALCONDITIONS……………………………………….…… C-1 to C-21

SECTION D: GENERAL MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION…… D-1 to D-5

SECTION E: PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS FOR PLUMBING ANDDRAINAGE………………………………………………………………..………E-1 to E-9

SECTION F: PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS FOR FIRE EXTINGUISHER ANDBOOSTED HOSEREEL,HYDRANT & DRY RISER………………..……………F-1 to F-7

SECTION G: PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS FOR WATER TANKS……… G1 to G-2

SECTION H: PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS FOR SOLAR WATER HEATING…………………………………………………………………………………..…H1 to H-18

SECTION I: BILLS OF QUANTITIES AND SCHEDULE OFUNITS RATES …………………………………………………………… I-1 to I-57

SECTION J: TECHNICAL SCHEDULE OF ITEMS TO BESUPPLIED ………………………………………………………………… J-1 to J-2

SECTION L: SCHEDULE OF CONTRACT DRAWING……………….. K-1

SECTION M: STANDARD FORMS………………………………………… L-1 to M-12

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DEFINITIONS

The following terms and expressions used in the contract document shall have the followingmeanings:

The Employer The Government of the Republic of KenyaRepresented by:Konza Technopolis development Authority.

P.O. Box 30519-00100.

Architect SK Archplans Architects P. O. Box 50725-00100 NAIROBI,

Engineer Servconsult P. O. Box 41693-00100

NAIROBI

Quantity Surveyor Integrated YMR Partnership P. O. Box 2403-00606

NAIROBI

Structural Engineer Cas Consultants Limited P. O. Box 20023-00200

NAIROBI

Employer’s representative Konza Technopolis development Authority. P.O. Box 30519-00100

NAIROBI

Main contractor The firm appointed to carry out the builders works.

Sub contractor The firm appointed to carry out the supply, delivery, installation,testing and commissioning of sanitary fittings, internal plumbing,internal drainage, firefighting installations & Solar water heating.

Site Konza techno city-Kenya

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SPECIAL NOTES

1. These notes shall form part of the Instructions to Tenderers and Conditions of Contract.

2. The tenderer is required to check the number of pages in this document and should hefind any missing, or in duplicate, or indistinct he should inform the Chief EngineerMechanical (BS), Ministry of Land, Housing and Urban Development.

3. Should the tenderer be in any doubt about the precise meaning of any item or figure, forany reason whatsoever, he must inform the Chief Engineer Mechanical (BS), Ministry ofLand, Housing and Urban Development, in order that the correct meaning may bedecided before the date of submission of tender.

4. No liability will be admitted nor claim allowed, in respect of errors in the tender due tomistakes in the specification, which should have been rectified in the manner, describedabove.

5. All tenderers must make a declaration that they have not and will not make any paymentto any person which can be perceived as an inducement to enable them to win thistender.

6. Any tenderer whose firm uses the titles “Engineer” and “Engineers” must produceevidence of registration of at least one of the directors by the Engineers RegistrationBoard of Kenya to avoid disqualification.

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FORM OF TENDER

To: Konza Technopolis Development Authority, Date:………........... P.O. Box 30519-00100, NAIROBI.

Dear Madam,

Supply, Delivery, Installation, Testing and Commission of Sanitary Fittings, InternalPlumbing, Internal Drainage, Fire protection Installations and Solar Water heatinginstallations for the Proposed KoTDA Complex Development Offices at Konza City-Kenya.

1. In accordance with the Instructions to Tenderers, Conditions of Contract, Specifications and Bills ofQuantities for the execution of the above named Works, we, the undersigned offer to construct,install and complete such Works and remedy any defects therein for the sum of:

Kshs…………………………………………..[Amount in figures]

Kenya Shillings…………………………………………………………………...………………………………………………………………………………………..…………………………………………………………………[Amount in words]

2. We undertake, if our tender is accepted, to commence the Works assoon as is reasonably possible after the receipt of the Employer’s Representative’s notice tocommence, and to complete the whole of the Works comprised in the Contract within the timestated in the Appendix to Conditions of Contract.

3. We agree to abide by this tender for a period of 120 days from the date of tender opening andshall remain binding upon us and may be accepted at any time before that date.

4. Unless and until a formal Agreement is prepared and executed this tender together with your writtenacceptance thereof, shall constitute a binding Contract between us.

5. We understand that you are not bound to accept the lowest or any tender you may receive.

Dated this ……………….. day of …………………20…..

Signature ………………….in the capacity of ………………………………………….

duly authorized to sign tenders for and on behalf of:

……………………………………………..[Name of Tenderer]

of…………………………………………..[Address of Tenderer]

PIN No. ……………………………………………………………..

VAT CERTIFICATE No. …………………………………………

Witness: Name ………………………………………………….

Address ……………………………………………….

Signature ………………………………………………

Date ………………………………………………

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FORM OF TENDER SECURITYAppendix I

To: Konza Technopolis Development Authority, P.O. Box 30519-00100, NAIROBI.

WHEREAS ………………………………… (hereinafter called “the Tenderer”) has submittedhis tender dated ……………………. For Supply, Delivery, Installation, Testing andCommission of Sanitary Fittings, Internal Plumbing, Internal Drainage, Fire protectionInstallations and Solar Water heating installations for the Proposed KoTDA ComplexDevelopment Offices at Konza City-Kenya.

KNOW ALL PEOPLE by these presents that WE …………………………………………....Having our registered office at………………………………………..……………………………….(hereinafter called “the Bank’), are bound unto……………………..……………………………(hereinafter called “the Employer”) in the sum of Kshs…………………….……………………for which payment well and truly to be made to the said Employer, the Bank binds itself, itssuccessors and assigns by these presents sealed with the Common Seal of the said Bank this………………………Day of …………………………………….20 ………

THE CONDITIONS of this obligation are:

1. If after tender opening the Tenderer withdraws his tender during the period oftender validity specified in the instructions to TenderersOr

2. If the Tenderer, having been notified of the acceptance of his tender by theEmployer during the period of tender validity:

(a) fails or refuses to execute the form of Agreement in accordance with theInstructions to Tenderers, if required; or

(b) fails or refuses to furnish the Performance Security, in accordance with theInstructions to Tenderers;

We undertake to pay to the Employer up to the above amount upon receipt of hisfirst written demand, without the Employer having to substantiate his demand,provided that in his demand the Employer will note that the amount claimed by his isdue to him, owing to the occurrence of one or both of the two conditions, specifyingthe occurred condition or conditions.

This guarantee will remain in force up to and including one hundred and fifty (150)days after the day of tender opening, and any demand in respect thereof shouldreach the Bank not later than the said date.

………………………………….. ………………………………(date) (signature of the Bank)

………………………………… ……………………………..(witness) (seal)

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FORM OF TENDER SECURITY

Appendix IITo: Konza Technopolis Development Authority, P.O. Box 30519-00100, NAIROBI..

WHEREAS............................................................................(hereinafter called “theTenderer”) has submitted his tender dated. ……………………. Supply, Delivery,Installation, Testing and Commission of Sanitary Fittings, Internal Plumbing, InternalDrainage, Fire protection Installations and Solar Water heating installations for theProposed KoTDA Complex Development Offices at Konza City-Kenya..

KNOW ALL PEOPLE by these presents thatWE...........................................................of…………………….…………..(Name of InsuranceCompany)...having our registered office at ..........................................................(hereinafter called “the Guarantor”), are bound unto ............................................................(hereinafter called “theProcuring Entity” in the sum of Kshs....................................................................for which paymentwell and truly to be made to the said Procuring Entity , the Guarantor bind itself, its successorsand assigns by these presents sealed with the Common Seal of the said Guarantor this.........................................................Day of ..................................20....................................THE CONDITIONS of this obligation are:

1. If after tender opening the tenderer withdraws his tender during the period of tendervalidity specified in the instructions to tenderersOr

2. If the tenderer, having been notified of the acceptance of this tender by the Employerduring the period of tender validity:

a)fails or refuses to execute the form of Agreement in accordance with theInstructions to Tenderers, if required; or

b)fails or refuses to furnish the Performance Security, in accordance with theInstructions to Tenderers;

We undertake to pay to the Employer up to the above amount upon receipt of his first writtendemand, without the Employer having to substantiate his demand, provided that in his demandthe Employer will note that the amount claimed by him is due to him, owing to the occurrenceof one or both of the two conditions, specifying the occurred condition or conditions.

This guarantee will remain in force for a period of 150 days from the date of tender opening, andany demand in respect thereof should reach the Guarantor not later than the said date.

_______________________________ ______________________________[date] [signature of the Guarantor]

______________________________ ________________________________[witness] [seal]

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SECTION A:

INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS.

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INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS

CONTENTS

CLAUSE NUMBERS PAGE

DESCRIPTION

GENERAL1. Definitions ………………………………………………… A-12. Eligibility and Qualification Requirements ……….. A-1-A-23. Cost of Tendering ……………………………………….. A-34. Site Visit ………………………………………………….. A-3

TENDER DOCUMENTS5. Tender Documents …………………………………….. A-3-A-46. Clarification of Tender Documents ………………… A-47. Amendments of Tender Documents ……………. A-4

PREPARATION OF TENDER

8. Language of Tender …………………………………… A-59. Documents Comprising the Tender ……………….. A-510. Tender Prices …………………………………………… A-5-A-611. Currencies of Tender and Payment ……………….. A-612. Tender Validity …………………………………………. A-613. Tender Surety ………………………………………….. A-714. No Alternative Offers ………………………………….. A-715. Pre - tender meeting ……………………………………… A-816. Format and Signing of Tenders ………………………… A-8

SUBMISSION OF TENDERS

17. Sealing and Marking of Tenders …………………… A-918. Deadline and Submission of Tenders ……………. A-919. Modification and Withdrawal of Tenders ………… A-9-A-10

TENDER OPENING AND EVALUATION

20. Tender Opening ……………………………………… A-1021. Process to be Confidential ………………………… A-1122. Clarification of Tenders ………………………… A-11

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CLAUSE NUMBERS PAGE

23. Determination of Responsiveness …………………………………… A-1124. Correction of Errors …………………………………………………… A-1225. Conversion to Single Currency ……………………………………....…….. A-1226. Evaluation and Comparison of Tenders ……………………….…….. A-12-A-13

AWARD OF CONTRACT

27. Award ………………………………………………………………… A-1328. Notification of Award …………………………………………………….. A-1329. Performance Guarantee …………………………………………………. A-1430. Advance Payment ………………………………………………………. A-1431. Appendix to Instructions to Tenderers ……………………………….. A-15

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INSTRUCTION TO TENDERERS

Note: The tenderer must comply with the following conditions and instructions and failure todo so is liable to result in rejection of the tender.

GENERAL1. Definitions

(a) “Tenderer” means any person or persons partnership firm or companysubmitting a sum or sums in the Bills of Quantities in accordance with theInstructions to Tenderers, Conditions of Contract Parts I and II, Specifications,Drawings and Bills of Quantities for the work contemplated, acting directly orthrough a legally appointed representative.

(b) “Approved tenderer” means the tenderer who is approved by the Employer.

(c) Any noun or adjective derived from the word “tender” shall be read andconstrued to mean the corresponding form of the noun or adjective “bid”. Anyconjugation of the verb “tender” shall be read and construed to mean thecorresponding form of the verb “bid.”

(d) “Employer” means a Central Government Ministry, Local Authority, StateCorporation or any other Public Institution.

2. Eligibility and Qualification Requirements

2.1 This invitation to tender is open to all tenderers who have been prequalified.

2.2 To be eligible for award of Contract, the tenderer shall provide evidencesatisfactory to the Employer of their eligibility under Sub clause 2.1 above and oftheir capability and adequacy of resources to effectively carry out the subjectContract. To this end, the tenderer shall be required to update the followinginformation already submitted during prequalification:-

(a) Details of experience and past performance of the tenderer on the worksof a similar nature within the past five years and details of current workon hand and other contractual commitments.

(b) The qualifications and experience of key personnel proposed foradministration and execution of the contract, both on and off site.

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(c) Major items of construction plant and equipment proposed for use incarrying out the Contract. Only reliable plant in good working order andsuitable for the work required of it shall be shown on this schedule. Thetenderer will also indicate on this schedule when each item will beavailable on the Works. Included also should be a schedule of plant,equipment and material to be imported for the purpose of the Contract,giving details of make, type, origin and CIF value as appropriate.

(d) Details of subcontractors to whom it is proposed to sublet any portion ofthe Contract and for whom authority will be requested for such sublettingin accordance with clause 4 of the Conditions of Contract.

(e) A draft Program of Works in the form of a bar chart and Schedule ofPayment which shall form part of the Contract if the tender is accepted.Any change in the Program or Schedule shall be subjected to theapproval of the Engineer.

(f) Details of any current litigation or arbitration proceedings in which theTenderer is involved as one of the parties.

2.3 Joint VenturesTenders submitted by a joint venture of two or more firms as partnersshall comply with the following requirements:-

(a) The tender, and in case of a successful tender, the Form of Agreement,shall be signed so as to be legally binding on all partners.

(b) One of the partners shall be nominated as being in charge; and thisauthorization shall be evidenced by submitting a power of attorney signedby legally authorized signatories of all the partners.

(c) The partner in charge shall be authorized to incur liabilities and receiveinstructions for and on behalf of any and all partners of the joint ventureand the entire execution of the Contract including payment shall be doneexclusively with the partner in charge.

(d) All partners of the joint venture shall be liable jointly and severally for theexecution of the Contract in accordance with the Contract terms, and arelevant statement to this effect shall be included in the authorizationmentioned under (b) above as well as in the Form of Tender and theForm of Agreement (in case of a successful tender).

(e) A copy of the agreement entered into by the joint venture partners shallbe submitted with the tender.

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3. Cost of Tendering

The tenderer shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission of histender and the Employer will in no case be responsible or liable for those costs,regardless of the conduct or outcome of the tendering process.

4. Site Visit

4.1 The tenderer is advised to visit and examine the Site and its surroundings andobtain for himself on his own responsibility, all information that may benecessary for preparing the tender and entering into a contract. The costs ofvisiting the Site shall be the tenderer’s own responsibility.

4.2 The tenderer and any of his personnel or agents will be granted permission by theEmployer to enter upon premises and lands for the purpose of such inspection,but only upon the express condition that the tenderer, his personnel or agents,will release and indemnify the Employer from and against all liability in respectof, and will be responsible for personal injury (whether fatal or otherwise), loss ofor damage to property and any other loss, damage, costs and expenses howevercaused, which but for the exercise of such permission, would not have arisen.

4.3 The Employer shall organize a site visit at a date to be notified. A representativeof the Employer will be available to meet the intending tenderers at the Site.

Tenderers must provide their own transport. The representative will not beavailable at any other time for site inspection visits.

Each tenderer shall complete the Certificate of Tenderer’s Visit to the Site,whether he in fact visits the Site at the time of the organized site visit or byhimself at some other time.

TENDER DOCUMENTS

5. Tender Documents

5.1 The Tender documents comprise the documents listed herebelow and should beread together with any Addenda issued in accordance with Clause 7 of theseinstructions to tenderers.

a. Form of Invitation for Tendersb. Instructions to Tenderersc. Form of Tenderd. Appendix to Form of Tendere. Form of Tender Suretyf. Statement of Foreign Currency Requirementsg. Form of Performance Securityh. Form of Agreementi. Form of Advance payment Bank Guaranteej. Schedules of Supplementary Informationk. General Conditions of Contract – Part Il. Conditions of Particular Application – Part IIm. Specificationsn. Bills of Quantitieso. Drawings

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5.2 The tenderer is expected to examine carefully all instructions, conditions, forms,terms, specifications and drawings in the tender documents. Failure to complywith the requirements for tender submission will be at the tenderer’s own risk.Pursuant to clause 22 of Instructions to Tenderers, tenders which are notsubstantially responsive to the requirements of the tender documents will berejected.

5.3 All recipients of the documents for the proposed Contract for the purpose ofsubmitting a tender (whether they submit a tender or not) shall treat the details ofthe documents as “private and confidential”.

6. Clarification of Tender Documents

6.1 A prospective tenderer requiring any clarification of the tender documents maynotify the Employer in writing or by telex, cable or facsimile at the Employer’smailing address indicated in the Invitation to Tender. The Employer willrespond in writing to any request for clarification which he receives earlier than28 days prior to the deadline for the submission of tenders. Written copies of theEmployer’s response (including the query but without identifying the source ofthe inquiry) will be sent to all prospective tenderers who have purchased thetender documents.

7. Amendment of Tender Documents

7.1 At any time prior to the deadline for submission of tenders the Employer may,for any reason, whether at his own initiative or in response to a clarificationrequested by a prospective tenderer, modify the tender documents by issuingAddenda.

7.2 Any Addendum will be notified in writing or by cable, telex or facsimile to allprospective tenderers who have purchased the tender documents and will bebinding upon them.

7.3 If during the period of tendering, any circular letters (tender notices) shall beissued to tenderers by, or on behalf of, the Employer setting forth theinterpretation to be paced on a part of the tender documents or to make anychange in them, such circular letters will form part of the tender documents andit will be assumed that the tenderer has taken account of them in preparing histender. The tenderer must promptly acknowledge any circular letters h mayreceive.

7.4 In order to allow prospective tenderers reasonable time in which to take theAddendum into account in preparing their tenders, the Employer may, at hisdiscretion, extend the deadline for the submission of tenders.

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PREPARATION OF TENDERS

8. Language of Tender

8.1 The tender and all correspondence and documents relating to the tenderexchanged between the tenderer and the Employer shall be written in the Englishlanguage. Supporting documents and printed literature furnished by the tendererwith the tender may be in another language provided they are accompanied by anappropriate translation of pertinent passages in the above stated language. Forthe purpose of interpretation of the tender, the English language shall prevail.

9. Documents Comprising the Tender9.1 The tender to be prepared by the tenderer shall comprise: the Form of Tender

and Appendix thereto, a Tender Surety, the Priced Bills of Quantities andSchedules, the information on eligibility and qualification, and any other materialsrequired to be completed and submitted in accordance with the Instructions toTenderers embodied in these tender documents. The Forms, Bills of Quantitiesand Schedules provided in the tender documents shall be used without exception(subject to extensions of the schedules in the same format and to the provisionsof clause 13.2 regarding the alternative forms of Tender Surety].

10. Tender Prices

10.1 All the insertions made by the tenderer shall be made in INK and the tenderershall clearly form the figures. The relevant space in the Form of Tender and Billsof Quantities shall be completed accordingly without interlineations or erasuresexcept those necessary to correct errors made by the tenderer in which case theerasures and interlineations shall be initialed by the person or persons signing thetender.

10.2 A price or rate shall be inserted by the tenderer for every item in the Bills ofQuantities whether the quantities are stated or not items against which no rate orprice is entered by the tenderer will not be paid for by the Employer whenexecuted and shall be deemed covered by the rates for other items and prices inthe Bills of Quantities.

The prices and unit rates in the Bills of Quantities are to be the full [all-inclusive]value of the work described under the items, including all costs and expenseswhich may be necessary and all general risks, liabilities and obligations set forthor implied in the documents on which the tender is based. All duties and taxesand other levies payable by the Contractor under the Contract or for any othercause as of the date 28 days prior to the deadline for the submission of tenders,shall be included in the rates and prices and the total tender prices submitted bythe Tenderer.

Each price or unit rate inserted in the Bills of Quantities should be a realisticestimate for completing the activity or activities described under that particularitem and the tenderer is advised against inserting a price or rate against any itemcontrary to this instruction.

Every rate entered in the Bills of Quantities, whether or not such rate beassociated with a quantity, shall form part of the Contract. The Employer shallhave the right to call for any item of work contained in the Bills of Quantities,and such items of work to be paid for at the rate entered by the tenderer and it isthe intention of the Employer to take full advantage of unbalanced low rates.

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10.3 Unless otherwise specified the tenderer must enter the amounts representing10% of the sub-total of the summary of the Bills of Quantities for Contingenciesand Variation of Prices [V.O.P.] payments in the summary sheet and add them tothe sub-total to arrive at the tender amount.

10.4 The tenderer shall furnish with his tender written confirmation from his suppliersor manufacturers of unit rates for the supply of items listed in the Conditions ofContract clause 47 where appropriate.

10.5 The rates and prices quoted by the tenderer are subject to adjustment during theperformance of the Contract only in accordance with the provisions of theConditions of Contract. The tenderer shall complete the schedule of basic ratesand shall submit with his tender such other supporting information as requiredunder clause 47 of the Conditions of Contract Part II.

11. Currencies of Tender and Payment

11.1 Tenders shall be priced in Kenya Shillings and the tender sum shall be in KenyaShillings.

11.2 Tenderers are required to indicate in the Statement of Foreign CurrencyRequirements, which forms part of the tender, the foreign currency required bythem. Such currency should generally be the currency of the country of thetenderer’s main office. However, if a substantial portion of the tenderer’sexpenditure under the Contract is expected to be in countries other than hiscountry of origin, then he may state a corresponding portion of the contract pricein the currency of those other countries. However, the foreign currency elementis to be limited to two (2) different currencies and a maximum of 30% (thirtypercent) of the Contract Price.

11.3 The rate of rates of exchange used for pricing the tender shall be selling rate orrates of the Central Bank ruling on the date thirty (30) days before the final datefor the submission of tenders.

11.4 Tenderers must enclose with their tenders, a brief justification of the foreigncurrency requirements stated in their tenders.

12. Tender Validity

12.1 The tender shall remain valid and open for acceptance for a period of onehundred and twenty (120) days from the specified date of tender opening or fromthe extended date of tender opening (in accordance with clause 7.4 here above)whichever is the later.

12.2 In exceptional circ*mstances prior to expiry of the original tender validity period,the Employer may request the tenderer for a specified extension of the period ofvalidity. The request and the responses thereto shall be made in writing or bycable, telex or facsimile. A tenderer may refuse the request without forfeiting hisTender Surety. A tenderer agreeing to the request will not be required norpermitted to modify his tender, but will be required to extend the validity of hisTender Surety correspondingly.

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13. Tender Surety

13.1 The tenderer shall furnish as part of his tender, a Tender Surety in the amountstated in the Appendix to Instructions to Tenderers.

13.2 The unconditional Tender Surety shall be in Kenya Shillings and be in form of acertified cheque, a bank draft, an irrevocable letter of credit or a guarantee from areputable Bank approved by the Employer located in the Republic of Kenya.

The format of the Surety shall be in accordance with the sample form of TenderSurety included in these tender documents; other formats may be permittedsubject to the prior approval of the Employer. The Tender Surety shall be validfor twenty eight (28) days beyond the tender validity period.

13.3 Any tender not accompanied by an acceptable Tender Surety will be rejected bythe Employer as non-responsive.

13.4 The Tender Sureties of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned as promptly aspossible but not later than twenty eight (28) days after concluding the Contractexecution and after a Performance Security has been furnished by the successfultenderer. The Tender Surety of the successful tenderer will be returned upon thetenderer executing the Contract and furnishing the required PerformanceSecurity.

13.5 The Tender Surety may be forfeited:

(a) if a tenderer withdraws his tender during the period of tender validity: or

(b) in the case of a successful tenderer, if he fails

(i) to sign the Agreement, or(ii) to furnish the necessary Performance Security

(c) if a tenderer does not accept the correction of his tender price pursuantto clause 23.

14. No Alternative Offers

14.1 The tenderer shall submit an offer which complies fully with the requirements ofthe tender documents.

Only one tender may be submitted by each tenderer either by himself or aspartner in a joint venture.

14.2 The tenderer shall not attach any conditions of his own to his tender. The tenderprice must be based on the tender documents. The tenderer is not required topresent alternative construction options and he shall use without exception, theBills of Quantities as provided, with the amendments as notified in tendernotices, if any, for the calculation of his tender price.

Any tenderer who fails to comply with this clause will be disqualified.

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15. Pre-Tender Meeting

15.1 The tenderer’s designated representative is invited to attend a pre-tender meeting,which if convened, will take place at the venue and time stated in the Invitationto Tender. The purpose of the meeting will be to clarify issues and to answerquestions on any matter that may be raised at that stage.

15.2 The tenderer is requested as far as possible to submit any questions in writing orby cable, to reach the Employer not later than seven days before the meeting. Itmay not be practicable at the meeting to answer questions received late, butquestions and responses will be transmitted in accordance with the following:

(a) Minutes of the meeting, including the text of the questions raised and theresponses given together with any responses prepared after the meeting,will be transmitted without delay to all purchasers of the tenderdocuments. Any modification of the tender documents listed in -–Clause9 which may become necessary as a result of the pre-tender meeting shallbe made by the Employer exclusively through the issue of a tender noticepursuant to Clause 7 and not through the minutes of the pre-tendermeeting.

(b) Non-attendance at the pre-tender meeting will not be cause fordisqualification of a bidder.

16. Format and Signing of Tenders

16.1 The tenderer shall prepare his tender as outlined in clause 9 above and markappropriately one set “ORIGINAL” Only.

16.2 The copy of the tender and Bills of Quantities shall be typed or written inindelible ink and shall be signed by a person or persons duly authorized to signon behalf of the tenderer. Proof of authorization shall be furnished in the formof the written power of attorney which shall accompany the tender. All pages ofthe tender where amendments have been made shall be initialed by the person orpersons signing the tender.

16.3 The complete tender shall be without alterations, interlineations or erasures,except as necessary to correct errors made by the tenderer, in which case suchcorrections shall be initialed by the person of persons signing the tender.

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SUBMISSION OF TENDERS

17. Sealing and Marking of Tenders

17.1 The tenderer shall seal the original of the tender in, duly marking the envelopesas “ORIGINAL” only”. The envelopes shall then be sealed in an outerenvelope.

17.2 The inner and outer envelopes shall be addressed to the Employer at the addressstated in the Appendix to Instructions to Tenderers and bear the name andidentification of the Contract stated in the said Appendix with a warning not toopen before the date and time for opening of tenders stated in the saidAppendix.

17.3 The inner envelopes shall each indicated the name and address of the tenderer toenable the tender to be returned unopened in case it is declared “late”, while theouter envelope shall bear no mark indicating the identity of the tenderer.

17.4 If the outer envelope is not sealed and marked as instructed above, the Employerwill assume no responsibility for the misplacement or premature opening of thetender. A tender opened prematurely for this cause will be rejected by theEmployer and returned to the tenderer.

18 Deadline for Submission of Tenders

18.1 Tenders must be received by the Employer at the address specified in clause 17.2and on the date and time specified in the Letter of Invitation, subject to theprovisions of clause 7.4, 18.2 and 18.3.

Tenders delivered by hand must be placed in the “tender box” provided in theoffice of the Employer.

Proof of posting will not be accepted as proof of delivery and any tenderdelivered after the above stipulated time, from whatever cause arising will not beconsidered.

18.2 The Employer may, at his discretion, extend the deadline for the submission oftenders through the issue of an Addendum in accordance with clause 7, in whichcase all rights and obligations of the Employer and the tenderers previouslysubject to the original deadline shall thereafter be subject to the new deadline asextended.

18.3 Any tender received by the Employer after the prescribed deadline forsubmission of tender will be returned unopened to the tenderer.

19 Modification and Withdrawal of Tenders

19.1 The tenderer may modify or withdraw his tender after tender submission,provided that written notice of the modification or withdrawal is received by theEmployer prior to prescribed deadline for submission of tenders.

19.2 The tenderer’s modification or withdrawal notice shall be prepared, sealed,marked and dispatched in accordance with the provisions for

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the submission of tenders, with the inner and outer envelopes additionallymarked “MODIFICATION” or “WITHDRAWAL” as appropriate.

19.3 No tender may be modified subsequent to the deadline for submission oftenders.

19.4 No tender may be withdrawn in the interval between the deadline for submissionof tenders and the period of tender validity specified on the tender form.Withdrawal of a tender during this interval will result in the forfeiture of theTender Surety.

19.5 Subsequent to the expiration of the period of tender validity prescribed by theEmployer, and the tenderer having not been notified by the Employer of theaward of the Contract or the tenderer does not intend to conform with therequest of the Employer to extend the prior of tender validity, the tenderer maywithdraw his tender without risk of forfeiture of the Tender Surety.

TENDER OPENING AND EVALUATION

20 Tender Opening

20.1 The Employer will open the tenders in the presence of the tenderers’representatives who choose to attend at the time and location indicated in theLetter of Invitation to Tender. The tenderers’ representatives who are presentshall sign a register evidencing their attendance.

20.2 Tenders for which an acceptable notice of withdrawal has been submitted,pursuant to clause 19, will not be opened. The Employerwill examine the tenders to determine whether they are complete, whether therequisite Tender Sureties have been furnished, whether the documents have beenproperly signed and whether the tenders are generally in order.

20.3 At the tender opening, the Employer will announce the tenderer’s names, totaltender price, tender price modifications and tender withdrawals, if any, thepresence of the requisite Tender Surety and such other details as the Employer, athis discretion, may consider appropriate. No tender shall be rejected at thetender opening except for late tenders.

20.4 The Employer shall prepare minutes of the tender opening including theinformation disclosed to those present.

20.5 Tenders not opened and read out a tender opening shall not be consideredfurther for evaluation, irrespective of the circ*mstances.

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21 Process to be Confidential

21.1 After the public opening of tenders, information relating to the examination,clarification, evaluation and comparisons of tenders and recommendationsconcerning the award of Contract shall not be disclosed to tenderers or otherpersons not officially concerned with such process until the award of Contract isannounced.

21.2 Any effort by a tenderer to influence the Employer in the process ofexamination, evaluation and comparison of tenders and decisions concerningaward of Contract may result in the rejection of the tenderer’s tender.

22 Clarification of Tenders

22.1 To assist in the examination, evaluation and comparison of tenders, theEmployer may ask tenderers individually for clarification of their tenders,including breakdown of unit prices. The request for clarification and theresponse shall be in writing or by cable, facsimile or telex, but no change in theprice or substance of the tender shall be sought, offered or permitted except asrequired to confirm the correction of arithmetical errors discovered by theemployer during the evaluation of the tenders in accordance with clause 24.

22.2 No Tenderer shall contact the Employer on any matter relating to his tenderfrom the time of the tender opening to the time the Contract is awarded. If thetenderer wishes to bring additional information to the notice of the Employer, heshall do so in writing.

23 Determination of Responsiveness

23.1 Prior to the detailed evaluation of tenders, the Employer will determine whethereach tender is substantially responsive to the requirements of the tenderdocuments.

23.2 For the purpose of this clause, a substantially responsive tender is one whichconforms to all the terms, conditions and specifications of the tender documentswithout material deviation or reservation and has a valid bank guarantee. Amaterial deviation or reservation is one which affects in any substantial way thescope, quality, completion timing or administration of the Works to beundertaken by the tenderer under the Contract, or which limits in any substantialway, inconsistent with the tender documents, the Employer’s rights or thetenderers obligations under the Contract and the rectification of which wouldaffect unfairly the competitive position of other tenderers who have presentedsubstantially responsive tenders.

23.3 Each price or unit rate inserted in the Bills of Quantities shall be a realisticestimate of the cost of completing the works described under the particular itemincluding allowance for overheads, profits and the like. Should a tender beseriously unbalanced in relation to the Employer’s estimate of the works to beperformed under any item or groups of items, the tender shall be deemed notresponsive.

23.4 A tender determined to be not substantially responsive will be rejected by theEmployer and may not subsequently be made responsive by the tenderer bycorrection of the non-conforming deviation or reservation.

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24 Correction of Errors

Tenders determined to be substantially responsive shall bechecked by the Employer for any arithmetic errors in thecomputations and summations. Errors will be corrected by theEmployer as follows:

(a) Where there is a discrepancy between the amount in figures and theamount in words, the amount in words will govern.

(b) Where there is a discrepancy between the unit rate and the line item totalresulting from multiplying the unit rate by the quantity, the unit rate asquoted will prevail, unless in the opinion of the Employer, there is anobvious typographical error, in which case adjustment will be made to theentry containing that error.

(c) The amount stated in the tender will be adjusted in accordance with theabove procedure for the correction of errors and, with concurrence of thetenderer, shall be considered as binding upon the tenderer. If thetenderer does not accept the corrected amount, the tender may berejected and the Tender Security may be forfeited in accordance withclause 13.

25 Conversion to Single Currency

25.1 For compensation of tenders, the tender price shall first be broken down into therespective amounts payable in various currencies by using the selling rate or ratesof the Central Bank of Kenya ruling on the date twenty eight (28) days before thefinal date for the submission of tenders.

25.2 The Employer will convert the amounts in various currencies in which the tenderis payable (excluding provisional sums but including Dayworks where pricedcompetitively) to Kenya Shillings at the selling rates stated in clause 25.1.

26 Evaluation and Comparison of Tenders

26.1 The Employer will evaluate only tenders determined to be substantiallyresponsive to the requirements of the tender documents in accordance withclause 23.

26.2 In evaluating tenders, the Employer will determine for each tender the evaluatedtender price by adjusting the tender price as follows:

(a) Making any correction for errors pursuant to clause 24.

(b) Excluding Provisional Sums and provision, if any, for Contingencies inthe Bills of Quantities, but including Day works where pricedcompetitively.

26.3 The Employer reserves the right to accept any variation, deviation or alternativeoffer. Variations, deviations, alternative offers and other factors which are inexcess of the requirements of the tender documents or otherwise result in theaccrual of unsolicited benefits to the Employer, shall not be taken into account intender evaluation.

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26.4 Price adjustment provisions in the Conditions of Contract applied over theperiod of execution of the Contract shall not be taken into account in tenderevaluation.

26.5 If the lowest evaluated tender is seriously unbalanced or front loaded in relationto the Employer’s estimate of the items of work to be performed under theContract, the Employer may require the tenderer to produce detailed priceanalyses for any or all items of the Bills of Quantities, to demonstrate therelationship between those prices, proposed construction methods andschedules. After evaluation of the price analyses, the Employer may require thatthe amount of the Performance Security set forth in clause 29 be increased at theexpense of the successful tenderer to a level sufficient to protect the Employeragainst financial loss in the event of subsequent default of the successful tendererunder the Contract.

26.6 Firms incorporated in Kenya where indigenous Kenyans own 51% or more ofthe share capital shall be allowed a 10% preferential bias provided that they donot sub-contract work valued at more than 50% of the Contract Price excludingProvisional Sums to a non-indigenous sub-contractor.

AWARD OF CONTRACT27 Award

27.1 Subject to clause 27.2, the Employer will award the Contract to the tendererwhose tender is determined to be substantially responsive to the tenderdocuments and who has offered the lowest evaluated tender price subject topossessing the capability and resources to effectively carry out the ContractWorks.

27.2 The Employer reserves the right to accept or reject any tender, and to annual thetendering process and reject all tenders, at any time prior to award of Contract,without thereby incurring any liability to the affected tenderers or any obligationto inform the affected tenderers of the grounds for the Employer’s action.

28 Notification of Award

28.1 Prior to the expiration of the period of tender validity prescribed by theEmployer, the Employer will notify the successful tenderer by cable, telefax ortelex and confirmed in writing by registered letter that his tender has beenaccepted. This letter (hereinafter and in all Contract documents called “Letter ofAcceptance”) shall name the sum (hereinafter and in all Contract documentscalled “the Contract Price”) which the Employer will pay to the Contractor inconsideration of the execution and completion of the Works as prescribed by theContract.

28.2 Notification of award will constitute the formation of the Contract.

28.3 Upon the furnishing of a Performance Security by the successful tenderer, theunsuccessful tenderers will promptly be notified that their tenders have beenunsuccessful.

28.4 Within twenty eight [28] days of receipt of the form of Contract Agreement fromthe Employer, the successful tenderer shall sign the form and return it to theEmployer together with the required Performance Security.

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29 Performance Guarantee29.1 Within twenty eight [28] days of receipt of the notification of award from the

Employer, the successful tenderer shall furnish the Employer with aPerformance Security in an amount stated in the Appendix to Instructions toTenderers.

29.2 The Performance Security to be provided by the successful tenderer shall be anunconditional Bank Guarantee issued at the tenderer’s option by an establishedand a reputable Bank approved by the Employer and located in the Republic ofKenya and shall be divided into twoelements namely, a performance security payable in foreign currencies (basedupon the exchange rates determined in accordance with clause 35.4 of theConditions of Contract) and a performance security payable in Kenya Shillings.The value of the two securities shall be in the same proportions of foreign andlocal currencies as requested in the form of foreign currency requirements.

29.3 Failure of the successful tenderer to lodge the required Performance Securityshall constitute a breach of Contract and sufficient grounds for the annulment ofthe award and forfeiture of the Tender Security and any other remedy under theContract the Employer may award the Contract to the next ranked tenderer.

30 Advance Payment

An advance payment, if approved by the Employer, shall be made under the Contract, ifrequested by the Contractor, in accordance with clause 33.1 of the Conditions ofContract. The Advance Payment Guarantee shall be denominated in the proportion andcurrencies named in the form of foreign currency requirements. For each currency, aseparate guarantee shall be issued. The guarantee shall be issued by a bank located in theRepublic of Kenya, or a foreign bank through a correspondent bank located in theRepublic of Kenya, in either case subject to the approval of the Employer.

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APPENDIX TO INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS1.CLAUSE 2.1

Change to read “This invitation Tender is open to all tenderers in the category specified.”

2. OMIT

Clauses 4.3, 5.1 (a), (d), (f),(h), (i), (j),10.4,11.2, 11.3,11.4,25,30

3. ADD TO CLAUSE 13.1

Amount of tender surety will be Kshs. 900, 000.00 or as indicated in the tenderadvertisem*nt notice

4. ADD TO CLAUSE 13.2

(i) The bid security shall be from a reputable Bank/Insurance Company.(ii) Tender security to be valid for 150 day from the date of Tender opening.

5. ADD TO 29.1CLAUSE

Amount of performance security will be seven and a half per cent (5%)

6. AMEND CLAUSE 28.4 AND 29.1

Replace twenty eight (28) days with twenty one (21) days.

7. ADD TO CLAUSE 29.2

Performance security shall not be divided in two elements and shall be payable in KenyaShillings Only.

8. ADD TO CLAUSE 24

(i) In the event of a discrepancy between the tender amount as stated in the form oftender and the corrected tender figure in the main summary of the bills ofquantities the amount as stated in the form of tender shall prevail.

(ii) The correction factor shall be computed by expressing the difference betweenthe amount and the corrected tender sum as a percentage of the corrected sub-contact works. (i.e. corrected tender sum less PC and provisional sums)

iii) The Error correction factor shall be applied to all sub-contract works (as a rebateor addition as the case may be) for the purposes of valuations for InterimCertificates and valuation of variations.

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9. ADD EVALUATION CRITERIA - Page (A-16) to (vi)

TENDER EVALUATION CRITERIAAfter tender opening, the tenders will be evaluated in 3 stages, namely:

1. Determination of Responsiveness2. Detailed Technical Examination3. Combination of Technical and Tender Sums Comparison

STAGE 1- DETERMINATION OF RESPONSIVENESS

A) PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONThis stage of evaluation shall involve examination of the pre-qualification conditions as set out inthe Tender Advertisem*nt Notice or Letter of Invitation to Tender and any other conditionsstated in the bid document. These conditions may include the following:

i) Category of Registration with the National Construction Authority (NCA) in therelevant trade.

ii)Class of Licenses with the relevant statutory bodies e.g. Energy Regulatory Commission, Local Authorities, Water Management Boards etc.

iii) Proof of payment for tender document

iv) Provision of Bid Security

v) Dully filled Form of Tender

vi) Any other conditions included in the advertisem*nt notice/Invitation letter.Note:The bid security shall be in accordance with clauses 13 and 23.2 of Instruction to Tendererswhich states as follows:

Clause 13.1 of Instruction to Tenderers,”the tenderers shall furnish as part of his tendersa tender surety in the amount stated in the tender document in the Appendix toInstructions to Tenderers”.

Clause 13.2 of Instruction to Tenderers, “the unconditional Tender surety shall be inKenya shillings and be in form of a certified cheque, bank draft, an irrevocable letter ofcredit or a guarantee from a reputable Bank/ Insurance approved by PPOA located inthe Republic of Kenya. The format of the surety shall be in accordance with the sampleform included in the tender documents and the tender surety shall be valid for 150 daysfrom the date of tender opening”.

Clause 23.2 of Instruction to Tenderers: “For the purposes of this clause, a substantiallyresponsive tender is one which conforms to all terms and condition and specifications ofthe tender document without material deviation or reservation and has a validBank/Insurance guarantee”.

The employer may seek further clarification/confirmation if necessary to confirmauthenticity/compliance of any condition of the tender.The tenderers who do not satisfy any of the above requirements shall be consideredNon-Responsive and their tenders will not be evaluated further.

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B) COMPLETENESS OF TENDER DOCUMENT

The tender document shall be examined based on clause 2.2 of the Instruction to Tendererswhich states as follows:

In accordance with clause 2.2 of Instruction to Tenderers, the tenderers will be required toprovide evidence for eligibility of the award of the tender by satisfying the employer of theireligibility under sub clause 2.1 of Instruction to Tenderers and adequacy of resourcesto effectively carry out the subject contract. The tenderers shall be required to fill theStandards Forms provided for the purposes of providing the required information. Thetenderers may also attach the required information if they so desire.

The award of points for the STANDARD FORMS considered in this section shall be asshown below

PARAMETER MAXIMUM POINTS(i) Statement of Compliance ------------------------------------------------------------------- 3

(ii) Tender Questionnaire - ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5

(iii) Confidential Business Questionnaire-------------------------------------------------------- 5

(iv) Key personnel------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15

(v) Contract Completed in the last Five (5) years-------------------------------------------- 15

(vi) Schedules of on-going projects-------------------------------------------------------------- 10

(vii) Schedules of contractors equipment------------------------------------------------------- 10

(viii) Audited Financial Report for the last 3 years--------------------------------------------- 10

(ix) Evidence of Financial Resources----------------------------------------------------------- 10

(x) Name, Address and Telephone of Banks (Contractor to provide) ------ --------------5

(xi) Litigation History----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2

(xii) Sanctity of the tender document as in accordance with clause 5 of instruction to tenderer------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

TOTAL 100

The detailed scoring plan shall be as shown in table 1 overleaf: -

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TABLE 1Item Description Point

ScoredMax. Point

i Statement of Compliance

Signed and stamped ----------------------------------------------------- 3

Signed but not stamped or vice versa--------------------------------- 2

Not signed nor stamped------------------------------------------------- 0

3

ii Tender Questionnaire Form

Completely filled---------------------------------------------------------- 5

Partially filled-------------------------------------------------------------- 3

Not filled-------------------------------------------------------------------0

5

iii Confidential Business Questionnaire Form.

Completely filled---------------------------------------------------------- 5

Partially filled-------------------------------------------------------------- 3

Not filled------------------------------------------------------------------- 0

5

iv Key Personnel (Attach evidence) 15

Director of the firm

o Holder of degree or diploma in relevant Engineering field--4

o Holder of certificate in relevant Engineering field------------3

o Holder of trade test certificate in relevant Engineering field-

--------------------------------------------------------------------------2

o No relevant certificate----------------------------------------------0

4

At least 1No. degree/diploma of key personnel in relevant

Engineering field

o With over 10 years relevant experience -----------------4

o With over 5 years relevant experience ------------------ 3

o With under 5 years relevant experience ---------------- 1

4

At least 1No certificate holder of key personnel in relevantEngineering field

o With over 10 years relevant experience ----------------- 3

o With over 5 years relevant experience ------------------ 2

o With under 5 years relevant experience -----------------1

3

At least 2No artisan (trade test certificate in relevantEngineering field)

o Artisan with over 10 years relevant experience----------- ---- 2

o Artisan with under 10 years relevant experience ------------- 1

o Non skilled worker with over 10 years relevant experience--1

4

v Contract completed in the last five (5) years (Max of 5 No.Projects)o Project of similar nature, complexity and magnitude -----------3o Project of similar nature but of lower value than the one in

consideration------------------------------------------------------- 2o No completed project of similar nature -------------------------- 0

15

vi On-going projects (Max of 5 No. Projects)o Project of similar nature, complexity and magnitude ------ 2

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o Project of similar nature but of lower value than the one inconsideration –---------------------------------------------------------1

o No ongoing project of similar nature------------------------------0vii Schedule of contractors equipment and transport (proof or

evidence of ownership)o Means of transport (Vehicle)--------------------------------------- 4

o No means of transport ---------------------------------------------- 0

4 10

For each specific equipment required in the installation of the Workbeing tendered for.(Maximum No. of equipment to be considered – 3 No.)------------ 2

6

viii

Financial report 10

Audited financial report (last three (3) years)

o Turn over greater or equal to 5 times the cost of the project -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

o Turn over greater or equal to 3 times the cost of the project ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6

o Turn over greater or equal to cost of the project ------------- 4o Turn over below the cost of the project ------------------------- 2

ix Evidence of Financial Resources (cash in hand, lines of credit,over draft facility etc )o Has financial resources equal or above the cost of the project--

------------------------------------------------------------------------ 10

o Has financial resources below the cost of the project----------5

o Has not indicated sources of financial resources ---------------0

10

x Name, Address and Telephone of Banks (Contractor to

provide)

o Provided --------------------------------------------------------------- 5

o Not provided---------------------------------------------------------- 0

5

xi Litigation History

o Filled --------------------------------------------------------------------2

o Not filled---------------------------------------------------------------0

2

xii Sanctity of the tender document

o Having the document intact (not tempered with in any way)-------------------------------------10

o Having mutilated or modified the tender document----------0

10

TOTAL 100

Any bidder who scores 60 points and above shall be considered for further evaluation

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STAGE 2 - TECHNICAL EVALUATION

A) COMPLIANCE WITH TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONSIn this section, the bid will be analyzed to determine compliance with General and Particulartechnical specifications for the works as indicated in the tender document.

The tenderer shall fill in the Technical Schedule as specified in the tender document forEquipment and Items indicating the Country of Origin, Model/Make/Manufacturer of theItem/Equipment they propose to supply.

Where the Equipment proposed by the tenderer differs with the models specified in the tenderdocument, it is mandatory that the brochures/catalogues of the same be submitted with thetender document highlighting the catalogues Numbers of the proposed items. Suchbrochures/catalogues should indicate comprehensive relevant data of the proposedequipment/items which should include but not limited to the following:

a) Standards of manufacture

b) Performance ratings/characteristics

c) Material of manufacture

d) Electrical power ratings and

e) Any other necessary requirements (Specify)

Following the above analyses, where the proposed equipment are found not to satisfy thespecifications, the tender will be deemed Non – Responsive and will not be evaluatedfurther.

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B) TECHNICAL EXAMINATIONIn this section, the information provided in the Technical Schedule or Brochures attached will beanalyzed for bidders who have qualified from STAGE 2A above and points awarded as shownbelow to a maximum of 100 points

TABLE 2Item Description Score Max. score

Technical schedule/BronchuresoRelevant Manufacturer Brochures for items in the technical schedule

with equipment’s to be supplied highlighted and meets specification(Where alternative are to supplied------------------------- 100

oroCompletely filled Technical Schedule indicating Brand, Model/ Country

of origin as per specification in the tender------------------- 100

o Relevant Manufacturer Brochures for items in the technical schedulewith equipments to be supplied not highlighted but within range of thosespecified and meets specifications ----------------------------- 85

oroCompletely filled Technical Schedule indicating items as specified in

the tender but less than 100% and above 75% of items in the technicalprovided -------------------------------------------------------------------85

o Relevant Manufacturer Brochures for items in the technical schedulewith equipments to be supplied but between 50%and 75% of itemshighlighted and within range of those specified and meets specifications ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 70

oroCompletely filled Technical Schedule indicating items as specified in the tender but between 50%Jand 75% of items in the technicalschedule provided------------------------------------------------------------------------70

oRelevant Manufacturer Brochures for between 25% and 50% of items inthe technical schedule with equipments to be supplied highlightedand meetsspecifications----------------------------------------------------------------------

------ 55or

ofor between 25% and 50%of Technical Schedule filled indicating Brand,Model/Country of origin for the items considered as specified in thetender ---------------------------------------------------------------55

oLess than 25% provided or no technical data provided, either in form ofbrochures or filling of Technical Schedule. ----------------- 0

100

TOTAL 100

Any Lowest bidder who scores 70 points and above shall be considered for furtherevaluation to STAGE 3 and then recommendation.

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STAGE 3 - FINANCIAL EVALUATION

The parameter to be considered under this section includes the following:a) Arithmetic errors and comparison of rates;

A) EXAMINATIONS

The examination in the Financial Evaluation shall be in accordance with clause 26 of Instructionto Tenderers.

(1) Arithmetic Errors The bid shall be checked for arithmetic errors based on the rates and the total sums indicated

in the bills of quantities.

a) Confirmation shall be sought in writing from the tenderers whose tender sums will bedetermined to have a significant arithmetic error to their disadvantage, to confirmwhether they stand by their tender sums. The error shall be treated as per clause 24 ofInstructions to Tenderers.

Non compliance with the above shall lead to automatic disqualification from furtherevaluation.

Discount if any shall be treated as an error in pursuant to clause 26.3 of Instructions to Tenderers.

(2) Comparison of rates

The evaluation committee will compare rates from different bidders and note consistency ofrates and front loading. The evaluation committee will judge and make an appropriate decisiongiving evidence.

RECOMMENDATION

The lowest responsive bidder who score 70% and above may be recommended for award.

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SECTION B:

CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT (SUB CONTRACTWORKS)

CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT (SUB CONTRACT WORKS)

CONTENTS

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CLAUSE No. PAGE

1. DEFINITIONS………………………………………………………… B-2

2. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS………………………………………… B-3

3. EMPLOYER’S REPRESENTATIVE’S DECISIONS…………….. B-4

4. WORKS, LANGUAGE AND LAW OF CONTRACT……………… B-4

5. SAFETY, TEMPORARY WORKS AND DISCOVERIES………… B-4

6. WORK PROGRAMME AND SUB-CONTRACTING……………… B-4

7. THE SITE……………………………………………………………….. B-4

8. INSTRUCTIONS……………………………………………………….. B-5

9. EXTENSION OF COMPLETION DATE…………………………… B-5

10. MANAGEMENT MEETINGS………………………………………… B-6

11. DEFECTS………………………………………………………………… B-6

12. BILLS OF QUANTITIES/SCHEDULE OF RATES………………. B-7

13. VARIATIONS…………………………………………………………… B-7

14. PAYMENT CERTIFICATES AND FINAL ACCOUNT …………… B-8

15. INSURANCES ………………………………………………………… B-9

16. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES…………………………………………… B-9

17. COMPLETION AND TAKING OVER………………………………. B-9

18. TERMINATION…………………………………………………………… B-9

19. PAYMENT UPON TERMINATION……………………………………… B-10

20. CORRUPT GIFTS AND PAYMENTS OF COMMISSION…………… B-10

21. SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES………………………………………….. B-11

APPENDIX TO CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT ……………………… B-12

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CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT (SUB CONTRACT WORKS)

1. Definitions

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1.1 In this Contract, except where context otherwise requires, the following termsshall be interpreted as indicated;

“Bills of Quantities” means the priced and completed Bill of Quantitiesforming part of the tender[where applicable].

“Schedule of Rates” means the priced Schedule of Rates forming part of thetender [where applicable].

“The Completion Date” means the date of completion of the Works ascertified by the Employer’s Representative.

“The Contract” means the agreement entered into by the Employer and theContractor as recorded in the Agreement Form and signed by the parties.

“The Contractor” refers to the person or corporate body whose tender to carryout the Works has been accepted by the Employer.

“The Contractor’s Tender” is the completed tendering document submittedby the Contractor to the Employer.

“The Contract Price” is the price stated in the Letter of Acceptance.

“Days” are calendar days; “Months” are calendar months.

“A Defect” is any part of the Works not completed in accordance with theContract.

“The Defects Liability Certificate” is the certificate issued by Employer’sRepresentative upon correction of defects by the Contractor.

“The Defects Liability Period” is the period named in the Appendix toConditions of Contract and calculated from the Completion Date.

“Drawings” include calculations and other information provided or approvedby the Employer’s Representative for the execution of the Contract.

“Employer” includes Central or Local Government administration,Universities, Public Institutions and Corporations and is the party who employsthe Contractor to carry out the Works.

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“Equipment” is the Contractor’s machinery and vehicles brought temporarilyto the Site for the execution of the Works.

“Site” means the place or places where the permanent Works are to be carriedout including workshops where the same is being prepared.

“Materials” are all supplies, including consumables, used by the Contractor forincorporation in the Works.

“Employer’s Representative” is the person appointed by the Employer andnotified to the Contractor for the purpose of supervision of the Works.

“Specification” means the Specification of the Works included in the Contract.

“Start Date” is the date when the Contractor shall commence execution of theWorks.

“ A Sub-contractor” is a person or corporate body who has a Contract with theContractor to carry out a part of the Work in the Contract, which includes Workon the Site.

“Temporary works” are works designed, constructed, installed, and removedby the Contractor which are needed for construction or installation of theWorks.

“ A Variation” is an instruction given by the Employer’s Representative whichvaries the Works.

“The Works” are what the Contract requires the Contractor to construct,install, and turnover to the Employer.

2. Contract Documents

2.1 The following documents shall constitute the Contract documents and shall beinterpreted in the following order of priority;

(1) Agreement,(2) Letter of Acceptance,(3) Contractor’s Tender,(4) Conditions of Contract,(5) Specifications,(6) Drawings,(7) Bills of Quantities or Schedule of Rates [whichever is applicable)

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3. Employer’s Representative’s Decisions

3.1 Except where otherwise specifically stated, the Employer’s Representative willdecide contractual matters between the Employer and the Contractor in the rolerepresenting the Employer.

4. Works, Language and Law of Contract

4.1 The Contractor shall construct and install the Works in accordance with theContract documents. The Works may commence on the Start Date and shall becarried out in accordance with the Programme submitted by the Contractor, asupdated with the approval of the Employer’s Representative, and complete themby the Intended Completion Date.

4.2 The ruling language of the Contract shall be English language and the lawgoverning the Contract shall be the law of the Republic of Kenya.

5. Safety, Temporary works and Discoveries

5.1 The Contractor shall be responsible for design of temporary works and shallobtain approval of third parties to the design of the temporary works whererequired.

5.2 The Contractor shall be responsible for the safety of all activities on the Site.

5.3 Any thing of historical or other interest or significant value unexpectedlydiscovered on the Site shall be the property of the Employer. The Contractorshall notify the Employer’s Representative of such discoveries and carry out theEmployer’s Representative’s instructions for dealing with them.

6. Work Programme and Sub-contracting

6.1 Within seven days after Site possession date, the Contractor shall submit to theEmployer’s Representative for approval a programme showing the generalmethods, arrangements, order and timing for all the activities in the Works.

6.2 The Contractor may sub-contract the Works (but only to a maximum of 25percent of the Contract Price) with the approval of the Employer’sRepresentative. However, he shall not assign the Contract without the approvalof the Employer in writing. Sub-contracting shall not alter the Contractor’sobligations.

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7. The site

7.1 The Employer shall give possession of all parts of the Site to the Contractor.

7.2 The Contractor shall allow the Employer’s Representative and any other personauthorised by the Employer’s Representative, access to the Site and to any placewhere work in connection with the Contract is being carried out or is intended tobe carried out.

8. Instructions

8.1 The Contractor shall carry out all instructions of the Employer’s Representativewhich are in accordance with the Contract.

9. Extension of Completion Date

9.1 The Employer’s Representative shall extend the Completion Date if anoccurrence arises which makes it impossible for completion to be achieved by theIntended Completion Date. The Employer’s Representative shall decide whetherand by how much to extend the Completion Date.

9.2 For the purposes of this Clause, the following occurrences shall be valid forconsideration;

Delay by:-

(a) force majeure, or

(b) reason of any exceptionally adverse weather conditions, or

(c) reason of civil commotion, strike or lockout affecting any of the tradesemployed upon the Works or any of the trades engaged in thepreparation, manufacture or transportation of any of the goods ormaterials required for the Works, or

(d) reason of the Employer’s Representative’s instructions issued under theseConditions, or

(e) reason of the contractor not having received in due time necessaryinstructions, drawings, details or levels from the Employer’sRepresentative for which he specifically applied in writing on a datewhich having regard to the date for Completion stated in the appendix tothese Conditions or to any extension of time then fixed under this Clausewas neither unreasonably distant from nor unreasonably close to the dateon which it was necessary for him to receive the same, or

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(f) delay on the part of artists, tradesmen or others engaged by theEmployer in executing work not forming part of this Contract, or

(g) reason of delay by statutory or other services providers or similar bodiesengaged directly by the Employer, or

(h) reason of opening up for inspection of any Work covered up or of thetesting or any of the Work, materials or goods in accordance with theseconditions unless the inspection or test showed that the Work, materialsor goods were not in accordance with this Contract, or

(i) reason of delay in appointing a replacement Employer’s Representative,or

(j) reason of delay caused by the late supply of goods or materials or inexecuting Work for which the Employer or his agents are contractuallyobliged to supply or to execute as the case may be, or

(k) delay in receiving possession of or access to the Site.

10. Management Meetings

10.1 A Contract management meeting shall be held regularly and attended by theEmployer’s Representative and the Contractor. Its business shall be to reviewthe plans for the remaining Work. The Employer’sRepresentative shall record the business of management meetings and providecopies of the record to those attending the meeting and the Employer. Theresponsibility of the parties for actions to be taken shall be decided by theEmployer’s Representative either at the management meeting or after themanagement meeting and stated in writing to all who attend the meeting.

10.2 Communication between parties shall be effective only when in writing.

11. Defects

11.1 The Employer’s Representative shall inspect the Contractor’s work and notify theContractor of any defects that are found. Such inspection shall not affect theContractor’s responsibilities. The Employer’s Representative may instruct theContractor to search for a defect and to uncover and test any Work that theEmployer’s Representative considers may have a defect. Should the defect befound, the cost of uncovering and making good shall be borne by the Contractor.However, if there is no defect found, the cost of uncovering and making goodshall be treated as a variation and added to the Contract Price.

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11.2 The Employer’s Representative shall give notice to the Contractor of any defectsbefore the end of the Defects Liability Period, which begins at Completion, andis defined in the Appendix to Conditions of Contract.

11.3 Every time notice of a defect is given, the Contractor shall correct the notifieddefect within the length of time specified by the Employer’s Representative’snotice. If the Contractor has not corrected a defect within the time specified inthe Employer’s Representative’s notice, the Employer’s Representative will assessthe cost of having the defect corrected by other parties and such cost shall betreated as a variation and be deducted from the Contract Price.

12. Bills of Quantities/Schedule of Rates

12.1 The Bills of Quantities/Schedule of Rates shall contain items for theconstruction, installation, testing and commissioning of the Work to be done bythe Contractor. The Contractor will be paid for the quantity of the Work done atthe rates in the Bills of Quantities/Schedule of Rates for each item. Items againstwhich no rate is entered by the Tenderer will not be paid for when executed andshall be deemed covered by the rates for other items in the Bills ofQuantities/Schedule of Rates.

12.2 Where Bills of Quantities do not form part of the Contract, the Contract Priceshall be a lump sum (which shall be deemed to have been based on the rates inthe Schedule of Rates forming part of the tender) and shall be subject to re-measurement after each stage.

13. Variations

13.1 The Contractor shall provide the Employer’s Representative with a quotation forcarrying out the variations when requested to do so. The Employer’sRepresentative shall assess the quotation and shall obtain the necessary authorityfrom the Employer before the variation is ordered.

13.2 If the Work in the variation corresponds with an item description in the Bill ofQuantities/Schedule of Rates, the rate in the Bill of Quantities/Schedule of Ratesshall be used to calculate the value of the variation. If the nature of the Work inthe variation does not correspond with items in the Bill of Quantities/Scheduleof Rates, the quotation by the Contractor shall be in the form of new rates forthe relevant items of Work.

13.3 If the Contractor’s quotation is unreasonable, the Employer’s Representative mayorder the variation and make a change to the Contract Price, which shall be basedon the Employer’s Representative’s own forecast of the effects of the variationon the Contractor’s costs.

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14. Payment Certificates and Final Account

14.1 The Contractor shall be paid after each of the following stages of Work listedherebelow (subject to re-measurement by the Employer’sRepresentative of the Work done in each stage before payment is made). In caseof lump-sum Contracts, the valuation for each stage shall be based on thequantities so obtained in the re-measurement and the rates in the Schedule ofRates.

(i) Advance payment NIL (percent of Contract Price,[after Contract execution] to be inserted by the Employer).

(ii) First stage (define stage) AS PER PROGRESS

(iii) Second stage (define stage) AS PER PROGRESS

(iv) Third stage (define stage) AS PER PROGRESS

(v) After defects liability period.

14.2 Upon deciding that Works included in a particular stage are complete, theContractor shall submit to the Employer’s Representative his application forpayment. The Employer’s Representative shall check, adjust if necessary andcertify the amount to be paid to the Contractor within 21 days of receipt of theContractor’s application .The Employer shall pay the Contractor the amounts socertified within 30 days of the date of issue of each Interim Certificate.

14.3 The Contractor shall supply the Employer’s Representative with a detailed finalaccount of the total amount that the Contractor considers payable under theContract before the end of the Defects Liability Period. The Employer’sRepresentative shall issue a Defect Liability Certificate and certify any finalpayment that is due to the Contractor within 30 days of receiving theContractor’s account if it is correct and complete. If it is not, the Employer’sRepresentative shall issue within 21 days a schedule that states the scope of thecorrections or additions that are necessary. If the final account is stillunsatisfactory after it has been resubmitted, the Employer’s Representative shalldecide on the amount payable to the Contractor and issue a Final PaymentCertificate. The Employer shall pay the Contractor the amount so certifiedwithin 60 days of the issue of the Final Payment Certificate.

14.4 If the period laid down for payment to the Contractor upon each of theEmployer’s Representative’s Certificate by the Employer has been exceeded, theContractor shall be entitled to claim simple interest calculated pro-rata on thebasis of the number of days delayed at the

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Central Bank of Kenya’s average base lending rate prevailing on thefirst day the payment becomes overdue. The Contractor will berequired to notify the Employer within 15 days of receipt of delayed payments ofhis intentions to claim interest.

15. Insurance

15.1 The Contractor shall be responsible for and shall take out appropriate coveragainst, among other risks, personal injury; loss of or damage tothe Works, materials and plant; and loss of or damage to property.

16. Liquidated Damages

16.1 The Contractor shall pay liquidated damages to the Employer at the rate 0.001per cent of the Contract price per day for each day that the actual CompletionDate is later than the Intended Completion Date except in the case of any of theoccurrences listed under Clause 9.2. The Employer may deduct liquidateddamages from payments due to the Contractor. Payment of liquidated damagesshall not affect the Contractor’s liabilities.

17. Completion and Taking Over

17.1 Upon deciding that the Work is complete the Contractor shall request theEmployer’s Representative to issue a Certificate of Completion of the Works,upon deciding that the Work is completed.

The Employer shall take over the Site and the Works within seven days of theEmployer’s Representative issuing a Certificate of Completion.

18. Termination

18.1 The Employer or the Contractor may terminate the Contract if the other partycauses a fundamental breach of the Contract. These fundamental breaches ofContract shall include, but shall not be limited to, the following;

(a) the Contractor stops Work for 30 days continuously without reasonablecause or authority from the Employer’s Representative;

(b) the Contractor is declared bankrupt or goes into liquidation other thanfor a reconstruction or amalgamation;

(c) a payment certified by the Employer’s Representative is not paid by theEmployer to the Contractor within 30 days after the expiry of thepayment periods stated in Sub-Clauses 14.2 and 14.3 here above.

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(d) the Employer’s Representative gives notice that failure to correct aparticular defect is a fundamental breach of Contract and the Contractorfails to correct it within a reasonable period of time.

18.2 If the Contract is terminated, the Contractor shall stop Work immediately, andleave the Site as soon as reasonably possible. The Employer’s Representativeshall immediately thereafter arrange for a meeting for the purpose of takingrecord of the Works executed and materials, goods, equipment and temporarybuildings on Site.

19. Payment Upon Termination

19.1 The Employer may employ and pay other persons to carry out and complete theWorks and to rectify any defects and may enter upon the Works and use allmaterials on Site, plant, equipment and temporary works.

19.2 The Contractor shall, during the execution or after the completion of the Worksunder this Clause, remove from the Site as and when required within suchreasonable time as the Employer’s Representative may in writing specify, anytemporary buildings, plant,machinery, appliances, goods or materials belonging to him, and in defaultthereof , the Employer may (without being responsible for any loss or damage)remove and sell any such property of the Contractor, holding the proceeds lessall costs incurred to the credit of the Contractor.

19.3 Until after completion of the Works under this Clause, the Employer shall not bebound by any other provision of this Contract to make any payment to theContractor, but upon such completion as aforesaid and the verification within areasonable time of the accounts therefor the Employer’s Representative shallcertify the amount of expenses properly incurred by the Employer and, if suchamount added to the money paid to the Contractor before such determinationexceeds the total amount which would have been payable on due completion inaccordance with this Contract, the difference shall be a debt payable to theEmployer by the Contractor; and if the said amount added to the said money beless than the said total amount, the difference shall be a debt payable by theEmployer to the Contractor.

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20. Corrupt Gifts and Payments of Commission

20.1 The Contractor shall not:

(a) Offer or give or agree to give to any person in the service of theEmployer any gifts or consideration of any kind as an inducement orreward for doing or forbearing to do or for having done or forborne todo any act in relation to the obtaining or execution of this or any othercontract with the Employer or for showing or forbearing to show favouror disfavour to any person in relation to this or any other contract withthe Employer.

(b) Any breach of this Condition by the Contractor or by anyone employedby him or acting on his behalf (whether with orwithout the knowledge of the Contractor) shall be an offence under theLaws of Kenya.

21. Settlement of Disputes

21.1 Any dispute arising out of the Contract which cannot be amicably settledbetween the parties shall be referred by either party to the arbitration and finaldecision of a person to be agreed between the parties. Failing agreement toconcur in the appointment of an Arbitrator, the Arbitrator shall be appointed bythe chairman of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Kenya branch, on therequest of the applying party.

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APPENDIX TO CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

THE EMPLOYER IS

Name Konza Technopolis Development Authority, P.O. Box 30519-00100, NAIROBI.

Name of Employer’s Representative: Ministry of Public worksAddress: P.O. Box 30743-00100,

The name (and identification number) of the Contract is is for the proposed KoTDAcomplex development offices.

NOMINATED TENDER NO: KoTDA/075T/2015-2016

The Works consist of Supply, Delivery, Installation, Testing and Commission of SanitaryFittings, Internal Plumbing, Internal Drainage, Fire protection Installations and SolarWater heating installations.

The Start Date shall be as agreed with the project manager

The Intended contract period for the whole of the Works shall be 120 weeks from the date ofcommencement

The following documents also form part of the Contract: (Only as listed in Clause 2)

The Site Possession Date shall be as stated in the letter of acceptance.

The Sites is located in Konza Techno City-Kenya

The Defects Liability Period is 180 days

Amount of Tender Security is Kshs. 900,000.00

The name and Address of the Employer’s representative for the purposes of submission oftenders is Works secretary, Ministry of Public works , P.O. Box 30743, NAIROBI

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The tender opening date and time is as stated in the invitation to tender.

The amount of performance security is 5 percent bank guarantee of the Contract Price.

Period of final measurement : 3 months from practical completion

Liquidated and Ascertained damages: At the rate of Kshs. 50,000.00 per weekor part thereof

Prime cost sums for which the : NilContractor desires to tender

Period of honouring certificate: 45 days

Percentage of certified value retained: 10%

Limit of retention fund 5%

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SECTION C

SUB-CONTRACT PRELIMINARIES

AND

GENERAL CONDITIONS

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CONTRACT PRELIMINARIES AND GENERAL CONDITIONS

CLAUSE DESCRIPTION PAGE

1.01 Examination of Tender Documents C-1

1.02 Discrepancies C-1

1.03 Conditions of Contract Agreement C-1

1.04 Payments C-2

1.05 Definition of Terms C-2

1.06 Site Location C-3

1.07 Duration of contract C-4

1.08 Scope of contract Works C-4

1.09 Extent of the Contractor’s Duties C-4

1.10 Execution of the Works C-4

1.11 Validity of Tender C-5

1.12 Firm – Price Contract C-5

1.13 Variation C-5

1.14 Prime Cost and Provisional Sums C-61.15 Bond C-6

1.16 Government Legislation and Regulations C-6

1.17 Import Duty and Value Added Tax C-6

1.18 Insurance Company Fees C-7

1.19 Provision of Services by the Main Contractor C-7

1.20 Suppliers C-8

1.21 Samples and Materials Generally C-8

1.22 Administrative Procedure and Contractual Responsibility C-8

1.23 Bills of Quantities C-8

1.24 Contractor’s Office in Kenya C-9

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1.25 Builders Work C-9

1.26 Structural Provision for the Works C-9

1.27 Position of Services, Plant, Equipment, Fittings and Apparatus C-10

1.28 Checking of Work C-10

1.29 Setting to Work and Regulating System C-10

1.30 Identification of Plant and Components C-11

1.31 Contract Drawings C-11

1.32 Working Drawings C-11

1.33 Record Drawings (As Installed) and Instructions C-13

1.34 Maintenance Manual C-14

1.35 Hand – Over C-15

1.36 Painting C-15

1.37 Spares C-16

1.38 Testing and Inspection – Manufactured Plant C-16

1.39 Testing and Inspection – Installation C-16

1.40 Labour Camps C-17

1.41 Storage of Materials C-17

1.42 Initial Maintenance C-17

1.43 Maintenance and Servicing after Completion of theInitial Maintenance C-17

1.44 Trade Names C-18

1.45 Water and Electricity for the Works C-18

1.46 Protection C-18

1.47 Defects After Completion C-18

1.48 Damages for Delay C-18

1.49 Clear Away on Completion C-18

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1.50 Final Account C-19

1.51 Fair Wages C-19

1.52 Supervision C-19

1.53 Test Certificates C-20

1.54 Labour C-20

1.55 Discount to the Main Contractor C-20

1.56 Guarantee C-20

1.57 Direct Contracts C-20

1.58 Attendance Upon the Tradesmen C-20

1.59 Trade Union C-20

1.60 Local and other Authorities notices and fees C-21

1.61 Assignment or Subletting C-21

1.62 Partial Completion C-21

1.63 Temporary Works C-22

1.64 Patent Rights C-21

1.65 Mobilization And Demobilization C-22

1.66 Extended Preliminaries C-22

1.67 Supervision by Engineer and Site Meetings C-23

1.68 Amendment to Scope of Contract Works C-23

1.69 Contractors Obligation and Employers Obligation C-23

1.70 Appendix to Sub-Contract preliminaries and General conditions C-24

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SECTION C

SUB-CONTRACT PRELIMINARIES AND GENERALCONDITIONS

Examination of Tender Documents

The tenderer is required to check the number of pages of this document and should hefind any missing or indistinct, he must inform the Engineer at once and have the samerectified.

All tenderers shall be deemed to have carefully examined the following:

Work detailed in the Specification and in the Contract Drawings.

The Republic of Kenya Document “General Conditions of Contract for Electrical andMechanical Works”.

Other documents to which reference is made.

He shall also be deemed to have included for any expenditure which may be incurred inconforming with the above items (a), (b), (c) and observe this expense as being attachedto the contract placed for the whole or any part of the work.

The tenderer shall ensure that all ambiguities, doubts or obscure points of detail, areclarified with the Engineer before submission of his tender, as no claims for allegeddeficiencies in the information given shall be considered after this date.

Discrepancies

The Contractor shall include all work either shown on the Contract Drawings or detailedin the specification. No claim or extra cost shall be considered for works which has beenshown on the drawings or in the specification alone.

Should the drawing and the specification appear to conflict, the Sub-contractor shallquery the points at the time of tendering and satisfy himself that he has included for thework intended, as no claim for extra payment on this account shall be considered afterthe contract is awarded.

Conditions of Contract Agreement

The Contractor shall be required to enter into a Sub-contract with the Main Contractor.

The Conditions of the Contract between the Main Contractor and any Sub-contractor ashereinafter defined shall be the latest edition of the Agreement and Schedule ofConditions of Kenya Association of Building and Civil Engineering Contractors asparticularly modified and amended hereinafter.

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For the purpose of this contract the Agreement and Schedule of Conditions and anysuch modifications and amendments shall read and construed together. In any event ofdiscrepancy the modifications and amendments shall prevail.

1.04 Payment

Payment will be made through certificates to the Main Contractor, All paymentswill be less retention as specified in the Main Contract. No payment will becomedue until materials are delivered to site.

1.05 Definition of Terms

Throughout these contract documents units of measurements, terms andexpressions are abbreviated and wherever used hereinafter and in all otherdocuments they shall be interpreted as follows:

i) Employer: The term “Employer” shall mean The Chief Executive officer,Konza Technopolis Development Authority.

ii) Architect: The term “Architect” shall mean SK Archplan Architects

iii) Quantity Surveyor: The term “Quantity Surveyor” shall mean Integrated YMR Partnership

iii) Civil/Structural Engineers: The term “Civil/Structural Engineers” shallmean Cas Consultants Limited

v) Engineer: The term “Engineer” shall mean Electrical and MechanicalEngineer (BS), Servconsult.

vi) Main Contractor: The term “Main Contractor” shall mean the firm orcompany appointed to carry out the Building Works and shall include his or theirheir, executors, assigns, administrators, successors, and duly appointedrepresentatives.

Sub-contractor: The term “Sub-contractor” shall mean the personsor person, firm or Company whose tender for this work has been accepted, andwho has entered into a contract agreement with the Contractor for the executionof the Sub-contract Works, and shall include his or their heirs, executors,administrators, assigns, successors and duly appointed representatives.

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viii) Sub-contract Works: The term “Sub-contract Works” shall mean all or anyportion of the work, materials and articles, whether the same are beingmanufactured or prepared, which are to be used in the execution of this Sub-contract and whether the same may be on site or not.

Contract Drawings: The term “Contract Drawings” shall mean thosedrawings required or referred to herein and forming part of the Bills ofQuantities.

Working Drawings: The term “Working Drawings” shall mean thosedrawings required to be prepared by the Sub-contractor as hereinafter described.

xi) Record Drawings: The term “Record Drawings” shall mean those drawingsrequired to be prepared by the Sub-contractor showing “as installed” andother records for theSub-contract Works.

xii) Abbreviations:

CM shall mean Cubic MetreSM shall mean Square MetreLM shall mean Linear MetreLS shall mean Lump Summm shall mean MillimetresNo. Shall mean NumberKg. shall mean KilogrammeKEBS or KS shall mean Kenya Bureau of StandardsBS shall mean. Current standard British Standard Specification publishedby the British Standard Institution, 2 Park Street, London W1, England

“Ditto” shall mean the whole of the preceding description in which it occurs.Where it occurs in description of succeeding item it shall mean the same as in thefirst description of the series in which it occurs except as qualified in thedescription concerned. Where it occurs in brackets it shall mean the whole of thepreceding description which is contained within the appropriate brackets.

1.06 Site Location

The site of the Contract Works is situated at Konza Techno City-Kenya.The tenderer is recommended to visit the site and shall be deemed to havesatisfied himself with regard to access, possible conditions, the risk of injury ordamage to property on/or adjacent to the site, and the conditions under whichthe sub-contract Works shall have to be carried out and no claims for extras willbe considered on account of lack of knowledge in this respect.

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1.07 Duration of Sub-ContractThe Contractor shall be required to phase his work in accordance with the Maincontractor’s programme (or its revision).

1.08 Scope of Contract WorksThe contractor shall supply, deliver, unload, hoist, fix, test, commission andhand-over in satisfactory working order the complete installations specifiedhereinafter and/or as shown on the Contract Drawings attached hereto,including the provision of labour, transport and plant for unloading material andstorage, and handling into position and fixing, also the supply of ladders,scaffolding the other mechanical devices to plant, installation, painting, testing,setting to work, the removal from site from time to time of all superfluousmaterial and rubbish caused by the works.

The contractor shall supply all accessories, whether of items or equipmentsupplied by the Sub-Contractor but to be fixed and commissioned under thiscontract.

1.09 Extent of the Sub-contractor’s DutiesAt the commencement of the works, the contractor shall investigate and reportto the Engineer if all materials and equipment to be used in the work and notspecified as supplied by the others are available locally. If these materials andequipment are not available locally, the contractor shall at this stage place ordersfor the materials in question and copy the orders to the Engineer. Failure to doso shall in no way relieve the contractor from supplying the specified materialsand equipment in time.

Materials supplied by others for installation and/or connection by theContractor shall be carefully examined in the presence of the supplierBefore installation and connection. Any defects noted shall immediately beReported to the Engineer.

The contractor shall be responsible for verifying all dimensions relativeto his work by actual measurements taken on site.

The Contractor shall mark accurately on one set of drawings andIndicate all alterations and/or modifications carried out to the designedSystem during the construction period. This information must bemade available on site for inspection by the Engineer.

1.10 Execution of the WorksThe works shall be carried out strictly in accordance with:

a) All relevant Kenya Bureau of Standards Specifications.

b) All relevant British Standard Specifications and Codes Of Practice(hereinafter referred to B.S. and C.P. respectively).

c) General specifications of materials and works Section D of thisdocument

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d) The Contract Drawings.

e) The Bye-laws of the Local Authority.

f) The Architect’s and/or Engineer’s Instructions.

The Contract Drawings and Specifications are to be read and construed together.

1.11 Validity of Tender

The tender shall remain valid for acceptance within 120 days from the final dateof submission of the tender, and this has to be confirmed by signing the TenderBond. The tenderer shall be exempted from this Bond if the tender waspreviously withdrawn in writing to the Employer before the official opening.

1.12 Firm – Price Contract

Unless specifically stated in the documents or the invitation to tender, this is afirm-price Contract and the contractor must allow in his tender for the increasein the cost of labour and/or materials during the duration of the contract. Noclaims will be allowed for increased costs arising from the fluctuations in dutiesand/or day to day currency fluctuations. The Sub-contractor will be deemed tohave allowed in his tender for any increase in the cost of materials, which mayarise as a result of currency fluctuation during the contract period.

1.13 Variation

No alteration to the Contract Works shall be carried out until receipt by theContractor of written instructions from the Project Manager.

Any variation from the contract price in respect of any extra work, alteration oromission requested or sanctioned by the Engineer shall be agreed and confirmedin writing at the same time such variations are decided and shall not affect thevalidity of the Contract. Schedule of Unit Rates shall be used to assess the valueof such variations. No allowance shall be made for loss of profit on omittedworks.

Where the Architect requires additional work to be performed, the Sub-contractor, if he considers it necessary, will give notice within seven ( 7 ) days tothe Main Contractor of the length of time he (the Sub-contractor) requires overand above that allotted for completion of the Contract.

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If the Sub-contractor fails to give such notice he will be deemed responsible forthe claims arising from the delay occasioned by reason of such extension of time.

1.14 Prime Cost and Provisional Sums

A specialist Sub-contractor may be nominated by the Project Manager to supplyand/or install any equipment covered by the Prime Cost or Provisional Sumscontained within the Contract documents.

The work covered by Prime Cost and Provisional Sums may or may not becarried out at the discretion of the Project Manager.

The whole or any part of these sums utilised by the Contractor shall be deductedfrom the value of the Contract price when calculating the final account.

1.15 Bond

The tenderer must submit with his tender the name of one Surety who must bean established Bank only who will be willing to be bound to the Government foran amount equal to 7½ % of the Contract amount as Clause 28 of the Conditionsof Contract.

1.16 Government Legislation and Regulations

The Contractor’s attention is called to the provision of the Factory Act 1972 andsubsequent amendments and revisions, and allowance must be made in his tenderfor compliance therewith, in so far as they are applicable.

The Contractor must also make himself acquainted with current legislation andany Government regulations regarding the movement, housing, security andcontrol of labour, labour camps, passes for transport, etc.

The Contractor shall allow for providing holidays and transport for work people,and for complying with Legislation, Regulations and Union Agreements.

1.17 Import Duty and Value Added Tax

The Sub-contractor will be required to pay full Import Duty and Value AddedTax on all items of equipment, fittings and plant, whether imported or locallymanufactured. The tenderer shall make full allowance in his tender for all suchtaxes.

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1.18 Insurance Company Fees

Attention is drawn to the tenderers to allow for all necessary fees, where known,that may be payable in respect of any fees imposed by Insurance Companies orstatutory authorities for testing or inspection.

No allowance shall be made to the contractor with respect to fees should thesehave been omitted by the tenderer due to his negligence in this respect.

1.19 Provision of Services by the Main Contractor

In accordance with Clause 1.08 of this Specification the Contractor shall makethe following facilities available to the Sub-contractor:

a) Attendance on the Sub-Contractor and the carrying out of all workaffecting the structure of the building which may be necessary, includingall chasing, cutting away and making good brickwork, etc., except that allplugging for fixing, fittings, machinery, fan ducting, etc., and all drillingand tapping of steel work shall be the responsibility of the Sub-contractor. Any purpose made fixing brackets shall not constituteBuilder’s Work and shall be provided and installed by the Sub-contractorunless stated hereinafter otherwise.

b) The provision of temporary water, lighting and power: the Contractor payfor all these services utilized.

c) Fixing of anchorage and pipe supports in the shuttering, shall besupplied by the Contractor who shall also supply the Project Managerwith fully dimensioned drawings detailing the exact locations.

d) i) Provision of scaffolding, cranes, etc. It shall be the Contractor’sresponsibility to liaise with the Project Manager to ensure that there ismaximum co-operation with other nominated Sub-contractors in the useof scaffolding, cranes, etc.

ii) Any specialist scaffolding, cranes, etc. by the Contractor for hisown exclusive use shall be paid for by the Sub-contractor.

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1.20 Suppliers

The Contractor shall submit names of any supplier for the materials to beincorporated, to the Engineer for approval. The information regarding thenames of the suppliers may be submitted at different times, as may beconvenient, but no sources of supply will be changed without prior approval.Each supplier must be willing to admit the Engineer or his representative to hispremises during working hours for the purpose of examining or obtainingsamples of the materials in question.

1.21 Samples and Materials Generally

The Contractor shall, when required, provide for approval at no extra cost,samples of all materials to be incorporated in the works. Such samples, whenapproved, shall be retained by the Engineer and shall form the standard for allsuch materials incorporated.

1.22 Administrative Procedure and Contractual Responsibility

Wherever within the Specification it is mentioned or implied that the Contractorshall deal direct with the Employer or Engineer, it shall mean “through theProject Manager who is responsible to the Employer for the whole of the worksincluding the Sub-contract Works.

1.23 Bills of Quantities

The Bills of Quantities have been prepared in accordance with the standardmethod of measurement of Building Works for East Africa, first Edition, Metric,1970. All the Quantities are based on the Contract Drawings and are provisionaland they shall not be held to gauge or to limit the amount or description of thework to be executed by the Contractor but the value thereof shall be deductedfrom the Contract Sum and the value of the work ordered by the Engineer andexecuted thereunder shall be measured and valued by the Engineer in accordancewith the conditions of the Contract.

All work liable to adjustment under this Contract shall be left uncovered for areasonable time to allow measurements needed for such adjustment to be takenby the Quantity Surveyor or Engineer. Immediately the work is ready formeasuring the Contractor shall give notice to the Quantity Surveyor or Engineerto carry out measurements before covering up. If the Contractor shall makedefault in these respects he shall, if the Engineer so directs, uncover the work toenable the necessary measurements to be taken and afterwards reinstate at hisown expense.

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1.24 Contractor’s Office in KenyaThe Contractor shall maintain (after first establishing if necessary) in Kenya anoffice staffed with competent Engineer Manager and such supporting technicaland clerical staff as necessary to control and coordinate the execution andcompletion of the Contract Works.

The Engineer Manager and his staff shall be empowered by the Contractor torepresent him at meetings and in discussions with the Project Manager, theEngineer and other parties who may be concerned and any liaison with theContractor’s Head Office on matters relating to the design, execution andcompletion of the Contract Works shall be effected through his office in Kenya.

It shall be the Contractor’s responsibility to procure work permits, entry permits,licences, registration, etc., in respect of all expatriate staff.

The Contractor shall prepare a substantial proportion of his Working Drawingsat his office in Kenya. No reasons for delays in the preparation or submissionfor approval or otherwise of such drawings or proposals will be accepted on thegrounds that the Sub-contractor’s Head Office is remote from his office inNairobi or the site of the Contract Works or otherwise.

1.25 Builder’s WorkAll chasing, cutting away and making good will be done by the Contractor. TheContractor shall mark out in advance and shall be responsible for accuracy of thesize and position of all holes and chases required.

The Contractor shall drill and plug holes in floors, walls, ceiling and roof forsecuring services and equipment requiring screw or bolt fixings.

Any purpose made fixing brackets shall be provided and installed by theContractor.

1.26 Structural Provision for the WorksPreliminary major structural provision has been made for the Contract Worksbased on outline information ascertained during the preparation of theSpecification.

The preliminary major structural provision made will be deemed as adequateunless the Contractor stated otherwise when submitting his tender.

Any major structural provision or alteration to major structural provisionsrequired by the Contractor shall be shown on Working Drawings to be submittedto the Engineer within 30 days of being appointed.

No requests for alterations to preliminary major structural provisions will beapproved except where they are considered unavoidable by the Engineer. In nocase will they be approved if building work is so far advanced as to causeadditional costs or delays in the works.

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1.27 Position of Services, Plant, Equipment, Fittings and ApparatusThe Contract Drawings give a general indication of the intended layout. Theposition of the equipment and apparatus, and also the exact routes of the ducts,main and distribution pipework shall be confirmed before installation iscommenced. The exact sitting of appliances, pipework, etc., may vary from thatindicated.

The routes of services and positions of apparatus shall be determined by theapproved dimensions detailed in the Working Drawings or on site by theEngineer in consultation with the Contractor.

Services through the ducts shall be arranged to allow maximum access along theducts and the services shall be readily accessible for maintenance. Any work,which has to be re-done due to negligence in this respect shall be the Sub-contractor’s responsibility.

The Sub-contractor shall be deemed to have allowed in his Contract Sum forlocating terminal points of services (e.g. lighting, switches, socket outlets, lightingpoints, control switches, thermostats and other initiating devices, taps, stopco*cks) in positions plus or minus 1.2m horizontally and vertically from thelocations shown on Contract Drawings. Within these limits no variations in theContract Sum will be made unless the work has already been executed inaccordance with previously approved Working Drawings and with the approvalof the Engineer.

1.28 Checking of WorkThe Contractor shall satisfy himself to the correctness of the connections hemakes to all items of equipment supplied under the Contract agreement andequipment supplied under other contracts before it is put into operation. Detailsof operation, working pressures, temperatures, voltages, phases, power rating,etc., shall be confirmed to others and confirmation received before the system isfirst operated.

1.29 Setting to Work and Regulating SystemThe Contractor shall carry out such tests of the Contract Works as required byBritish Standard Specifications, or equal and approved codes as specifiedhereinafter and as customary.

No testing or commissioning shall be undertaken except in the presence of andto the satisfaction of the Engineer unless otherwise stated by him (Contractor’sown preliminary and proving tests excepted).

It will be deemed that the Contractor has included in the Contract Sum for thecosts of all fuel, power, water and the like, for testing and commissioning asrequired as part of the Contract Works. He shall submit for approval to theEngineer a suitable programme for testing and commissioning. The Engineerand Employer shall be given ample warning in writing, as to the date on whichtesting and commissioning will take place.

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The Contractor shall commission the Contract Works and provide attendanceduring the commissioning of all services, plant and apparatus connected underthe Contract Agreement or other Sub-contract Agreements, related to theproject.

Each system shall be properly balanced, graded and regulated to ensure thatcorrect distribution is achieved and where existing installations are affected, theContractor shall also regulate these systems to ensure that their performance ismaintained.

The proving of any system of plant or equipment as to compliance with theSpecification shall not be approved by the Engineer, except at his discretion, untiltests have been carried out under operating conditions pertaining to the mostonerous conditions specified except where the time taken to obtain suchconditions is unreasonable or exceeds 12 months after practical completion ofthe Contract Works.

1.30 Identification of Plant ComponentsThe Contractor shall supply and fix identification labels to all plant, starters,switches and items of control equipment including valves, with white traffolyte orequal labels engraved in red lettering denoting its name, function and sectioncontrolled. The labels shall be mounted on equipment and in the mostconvenient positions. Care shall be taken to ensure the labels can be readwithout difficulty. This requirement shall apply also to major components ofitems of control equipment.

Details of the lettering of the labels and the method of mounting or supportingshall be forwarded to the Engineer for approval prior to manufacture.

1.31 Contract DrawingsThe Contract Drawings when read in conjunction with the text of theSpecification, have been completed in such detail as was considered necessary toenable competitive tenders to be obtained for the execution and completion ofthe Contract works.

The Contract Drawings are not intended to be Working Drawings and shall notbe used unless exceptionally they are released for this purpose.

1.32 Working DrawingsThe Contractor shall prepare such Working Drawings as may be necessary. TheWorking Drawings shall be complete in such detail not only that the ContractWorks can be executed on site but also that the Engineer can approve theContractor’s proposals, detailed designs and intentions in the execution of theContract Works.If the Contractor requires any further instructions, details, Contract Drawings orinformation drawings to enable him to prepare his Working Drawings orproposals, the Contractor shall accept at his own cost, the risk that any work,commenced or which he intends to commence at site may be rejected.

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The Engineer, in giving his approval to the Working Drawings, will presume thatany necessary action has been, or shall be taken by the Contractor to ensure thatthe installations shown on the Working Drawings have been cleared with theProject Manager and any other Sub-contractors whose installations and worksmight be affected.

If the Contractor submits his Working Drawings to the Engineer without firstliaising and obtaining clearance for his installations from the Project Manager andother Sub-contractors whose installations and works might be affected, then heshall be liable to pay for any alterations or modification to his own, or other Sub-contractor’s installations and works, which are incurred, notwithstanding anytechnical or other approval received from the Engineer.

Working Drawings to be prepared by the Contractor shall include but not berestricted to the following:

Any drawings required by the Engineer to enable structural provisionsto be made including Builder’s Working Drawings or Schedules and those for thedetailing of holes, fixings, foundations, cables and paperwork ducting below orabove ground or in or outside or below buildings.

General Arrangement Drawings of all plant, control boards, fittings andapparatus or any part thereof and of installation layout arrangement of such plantand apparatus.

Schematic Layout Drawings of services and of control equipment.

Layout Drawings of all embedded and non-embedded paperwork, ducts andelectrical conduits.

Complete circuit drawings of the equipment, together with associated circuitdescription.

Such other drawings as are called for in the text of the Specification or Schedulesor as the Engineer may reasonably require.

Three copies of all Working Drawings shall be submitted to the Engineer forapproval. One copy of the Working Drawings submitted to the Engineer forapproval shall be returned to the Contractor indicating approval or amendmenttherein.

Six copies of the approved Working Drawings shall be given to the ProjectManager by the Sub-contractor for information and distribution to other Sub-contractors carrying out work associated with or in close proximity to or whichmight be affected by the Sub-contract Works.

Approved Working Drawings shall not be departed from except as may beapproved or directed by the Engineer.

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Approval by the Engineer of Working Drawings shall neither relieve theContractor of any of his obligations under the Sub-contract nor relieve him fromcorrecting any errors found subsequently in the Approved Working Drawings orother Working Drawings and in the Sub-contract Works on site or elsewhereassociated therewith.The Contractor shall ensure that the Working Drawings are submitted to theEngineer for approval at a time not unreasonably close to the date when suchapproval is required. Late submission of his Working Drawings will not relievethe Contractor of his obligation to complete the Contract Works within theagreed Contract Period and in a manner that would receive the approval of theEngineer.

1.33 Record Drawings (As Installed) and InstructionsDuring the execution of the Contract Works the Contractor shall, in a mannerapproved by the Engineer record on Working or other Drawings at site allinformation necessary for preparing Record Drawings of the installed ContractWorks. Marked-up Working or other Drawings and other documents shall bemade available to the Engineer as he may require for inspection and checking.

Record Drawings, may, subject to the approval of the Engineer, includeapproved Working Drawings adjusted as necessary and certified by theContractor as a correct record of the installation of the Contract Works.

They shall include but not restricted to the following drawings or information:Working Drawings amended as necessary but titled “Record Drawings” andcertified as a true record of the “As Installed” Sub-contract Works. Subject tothe approval of the Engineer such Working Drawings as may be inappropriatemay be omitted.

Fully dimensioned drawings of all plant and apparatus.

General arrangement drawings of equipment, other areas containing plantforming part of the Contract Works and the like, indicating the accurate size andlocation of the plant and apparatus suitability cross-referenced to the drawingsmentioned in (b) above and hereinafter.

Routes, types, sizes and arrangement of all pipework and ductwork includingdates of installation of underground pipework.

Relay adjustment charts and manuals.

Routes, types, sizes and arrangement of all electric cables, conduits, ducts andwiring including the dates of installation of buried works.System schematic and trunking diagrams showing all salient information relatingto control and instrumentation.Grading Charts.Valve schedules and locations suitability cross-referenced.

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Wiring and piping diagrams of plant and apparatus.Schematic diagrams of individual plant, apparatus and switch and control boards.These diagrams to include those peculiar to individual plant or apparatus and alsothose applicable to system operation as a whole.

Operating InstructionSchematic and wiring diagrams shall not be manufacturer’s multipurpose generalissue drawings. They shall be prepared specially for the Contract Works and shallcontain no spurious or irrelevant information.

Marked-up drawings of the installation of the Contract Works shall be kept todate and completed by the date of practical or section completion. Two copiesof the Record Drawings of Contract Works and two sets of the relay adjustmentand grading charts and schematic diagrams on stiff backing shall be provided notlater than one month later.

The Contractor shall supply for fixing in sub-stations, switch-rooms, boilerhouses, plant rooms, pump houses, the office of the Maintenance Engineer andother places, suitable valve and instructions charts, schematic diagrams ofinstrumentation and of the electrical reticulation as may be requested by theEngineer providing that the charts, diagrams, etc., relate to installations formingpart of the Contract Works. All such charts and diagrams shall be of suitableplastic material on a stiff backing and must be approved by the Engineer beforefinal printing.

Notwithstanding the Contractor’s obligations referred to above, if the Contractorfails to produce to the Engineer’s approval, either:-

The Marked-up Drawings during the execution of the Contract Works or

The Record Drawings, etc., within one month of the Section or PracticalCompletion

The Engineer shall have these drawings produced by others. The cost ofobtaining the necessary information and preparing such drawings, etc., will berecovered from the Contractor.

1.34 Maintenance ManualUpon Practical Completion of the Contract Works, the Contractor shall furnishthe Engineer four copies of a Maintenance Manual relating to the installationforming part of all of the Contract Works.

The manual shall be loose-leaf type, International A4 size with stiff covers andcloth bound. It may be in several volumes and shall be sub-divided into sections,each section covering one Engineering service system. It shall have a readymeans of reference and a detailed index.

There shall be a separate volume dealing with Air Conditioning and MechanicalVentilation installation where such installations are included in the ContractWorks.

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The manual shall contain full operating and maintenance instructions for eachitem of equipment, plant and apparatus set out in a form dealing systematicallywith each system. It shall include as may be applicable to the Contract Works thefollowing and any other items listed in the text of the Specifications:System Description.

Plant

Valve Operation

Switch Operation

Procedure of Fault Finding

Emergency Procedures

Lubrication Requirements

Maintenance and Servicing Periods and Procedures

Colour Coding Legend for all Services

Schematic and Writing Diagrams of Plant and Apparatus

Record Drawings, true to scale, folded to International A4 size

Lists of Primary and Secondary Spares.

The manual is to be specially prepared for the Contract Works andmanufacturer’s standard descriptive literature and plant operating instructioncards will not be accepted for inclusion unless exceptionally approved by theEngineer. The Contractor shall, however, affix such cards, if suitable, adjacent toplant and apparatus. One spare set of all such cards shall be furnished to theEngineer.

1.35 Hand-over

The Contract Works shall be considered complete and the Maintenance andDefects Liability Period shall commence only when the Contract Works andsupporting services have been tested, commissioned and operated to thesatisfaction of the Engineer and officially approved and accepted by theEmployer.

The procedure to be followed will be as follows:

On the completion of the Contract Works to the satisfaction of the Engineer andthe Employer, the Contractor shall request the Engineer, at site to arrange forhanding over.

The Engineer shall arrange a Hand-over Meeting or a series thereof, at site.

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The Contractor shall arrange with the Engineer and Employer for a completedemonstration of each and every service to be carried out and for instruction tobe given to the relevant operation staff and other representatives of theEmployer.

In the presence of the Employer and the Engineer, Hand-over will take place,subject to Agreement of the Hand-over Certificates and associated check lists.

1.36 PaintingIt will be deemed that the Contractor allowed for all protective and finishpainting in the Contract Sum for the Contract Works, including colour coding ofservice pipework to the approval of the Engineer. Any special requirements aredescribed in the text of the Specifications.

1.37 SparesThe Contractor shall supply and deliver such spares suitably protected and boxedto the Engineer’s approval as are called for in the Specifications or in the PriceSchedules.

1.38 Testing and Inspection – Manufactured PlantThe Engineer reserves the right to inspect and test or witness of all manufacturedplant equipment and materials.

The right of the Engineer relating to the inspection, examination and testing ofplant during manufacture shall be applicable to Insurance companies andinspection authorities so nominated by the Engineer.

The Contractor shall give two week’s notice to the Engineer of his intention tocarry out any inspection or tests and the Engineer or his representative shall beentitled to witness such tests and inspections.

Six copies of all test certificates and performance curves shall be submitted assoon as possible after the completion of such tests, to the Engineer for hisapproval.

Plant or equipment which is shipped before the relevant test certificate has beenapproved by the Engineer shall be shipped at the Contractor’s own risk andshould the test certificate not be approved new tests may be ordered by theEngineer at the Contractor’s expense.

The foregoing provisions relate to tests at manufacturer’s works and asappropriate to those carried out at site.

1.39 Testing and Inspection -Installation

Allow for testing each section of the Contract Works installation as describedhereinafter to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

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1.40 Labour CampsThe Contractor shall provide the necessary temporary workshop and mess-roomin position to be approved by the Architect.

The work people employed by the Contractor shall occupy or be about only thatpart of the site necessary for the performance of the work and the Contractorshall instruct his employees accordingly.

If practicable, W.C. accommodation shall be allocated for the sole use of theContractor’s workmen and the Sub-contractor will be required to keep the sameclean and disinfected, to make good any damage thereto and leave in goodcondition.

1.41 Storage of MaterialsThe Contractor shall provide storerooms and workshop where required. He shallalso provide space for storage to nominated sub-contractors who shall beresponsible for these lock-up shades or stores provided.

Nominated Sub-contractors are to be made liable for the cost of any storageaccommodation provided specially for their use. No materials shall be stored orstacked on suspended slabs without the prior approval of the Project manager.

1.42 Initial MaintenanceThe Contractor shall make routine maintenance once a month during the liabilityfor the Defects Period and shall carry out all necessary adjustments and repairs,cleaning and oiling of moving parts. A monthly report of the inspection and anyworks done upon the installation shall be supplied to the Engineer.

The Contractor shall also provide a 24 -hour break-down service to attend tofaults on or malfunctioning of the installation between the routine visits ofinspection.

The Contractor shall allow in the contract Sum of the initial maintenance,inspection and break-down service and shall provide for all tools, instruments,plant and scaffolding and the transportation thereof, as required for the correctand full execution of these obligations and the provision, use or installation of allmaterials as oils, greases, sandpaper, etc., or parts which are periodically renewedsuch as brake linings etc., or parts which are faulty for any reason whatsoeverexcepting always Acts of God such as storm, tempest, flood, earthquake and civilrevolt, acts of war and vandalism.

1.43 Maintenance and Servicing After Completion of the Initial MaintenanceThe Contractor shall, if required, enter into a maintenance and service agreementwith the employer for the installation for a period of up to five years from theday following the last day of the liability for Defects Period which offers thesame facilities as specified in Clause 1.41 (Initial Maintenance).

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The terms of any such agreement shall not be less beneficial to the employer thanthe terms of Agreements for either similar installation.

The Contractor shall submit with his tender for the works, where called upon afirm quotation for the maintenance and service of the installation as specifiedherein, which shall be based upon the present day costs and may be varied onlyto take into account increases in material and labour unit rate costs between thetime of tendering and the signing of the formal maintenance and serviceagreement and which shall remain valid and open for acceptance by theEmployer to and including the last day of the fifth complete calendar monthfollowing the end of the liability for Defects Period.

1.44 Trade NamesWhere trade names of manufacturer’s catalogue numbers are mentioned in theSpecification or the Bills of Quantities, the reference is intended as a guide to thetype of article or quality of material required. Alternate brands of equal andapproved quality will be acceptable.

1.45 Water and Electricity for the WorksThese will be made available by the Contractor who shall be liable for the cost ofany water or electric current used and for any installation provided especially forhis own use.

1.46 Protection

The Contractor shall adequately cover up and protect his own work to preventinjury and also to cover up and protect from damage all parts of the building orpremises where work is performed by him under the Contract.

1.47 Defects After Completion

The defects liability period will be 6 months from the date of practicalcompletion of the Works in the Contract and certified by the Engineer.

1.48 Damages for Delay

Liquidated and Ascertained damages as stated in the Contract Agreement will beclaimed against the Contract for any unauthorized delay in completion. TheContractor shall be held liable for the whole or a portion of these damagesshould he cause delay in completion.

1.49 Clear Away on Completion

The Contractor shall, upon completion of the works, at his own expense, removeand clear away all plant, equipment, rubbish and unused materials, and shall leavethe whole of the works in a clean and tidy state, to the satisfaction of theEngineer. On completion, the whole of the works shall be delivered up clean,complete and perfect in every respect to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

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1.50 Final Account

On completion of the works the Contractor shall agree with the Engineer thevalue of any variations outstanding and as soon as possible thereafter submit tothe Engineer his final statement of account showing the total sum claimed sub-divided as follows:

Statement A - detailing the tender amounts less the Prime Cost and Provisional Sums,included therein.

Statement B - detailing all the variation orders issued on the contract.

Statement C - Summarizing statement A and B giving the net grand total due to theContractor for the execution of the Contract.

1.51 Fair Wages

The Contractor shall in respect of all persons employed anywhere by him in theexecution of the contract, in every factory, workshop or place occupied or usedby him for execution of the Contract, observe and fulfil the following conditions:

The Contractor shall pay rates of the wages and observe hours and conditions oflabour not less favourable than those established for the trade or industry in thedistrict where work is carried out.

In the absence of any rates of wages, hours or conditions of labour so establishedthe Contractor shall pay rates and observe hours and conditions of labour are notless favourable than the general level of wages, hours and conditions observed byother employers whose general circ*mstances in the trade or industry in whichthe Contractor is engaged are similar.

1.52 Supervision

During the progress of the works, the Contractor shall provide and keepconstantly available for consultation on site an experienced English - speakingSupervisor and shall provide reasonable office facilities, attendance, etc., for theSupervisor.

In addition, during the whole of the time the works are under construction, theContractor shall maintain on site one experienced foreman or charge-hand andan adequate number of fitters, etc., for the work covered by the Specification.The number of this staff shall not be reduced without the prior written approvalof the Project manager or Engineer.

Any instructions given to the Supervisor on site shall be deemed to havebeen given to the sub-contractor.

One copy of this Specification and one copy of each of the Contract Drawings(latest issue) must be retained on site at all times, and available for reference bythe Engineer or sub-contractor.

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1.53 Test CertificatesThe Contractor shall provide the Engineer with three copies of all test reports orcertificates that are or may be required by this Specification.

1.54 Labour

The Contractor shall provide skilled and unskilled labour as may be necessary forcompletion of the contract.

1.55 Discount to the Main Contractor

No discount to any Sub-Contractor will be included in the tender for thisinstallation.

1.56 Guarantee

The whole of the work will be guaranteed for a period of six months from thedate of the Engineer’s certification of completion and under such guarantee theSub-contractor shall remedy at his expense all defects in materials and apparatusdue to faulty design, construction or workmanship which may develop in thatperiod.

1.57 Direct Contracts

Notwithstanding the foregoing conditions, the Government reserves the right toplace a “Direct Contract” for any goods or services required in the works whichare covered by a P.C Sum in the Bills of Quantities and to pay for the samedirect. In any such instance, profit relative to the P.C Sum in the priced Bills ofQuantities will be adjusted as deserved for P.C Sum allowed.

1.58 Attendance Upon the Tradesmen etc

The Contractor shall allow for the attendance of trade upon trade and shallafford any tradesmen or other persons employed for the execution of any worknot included in this contract every facility for carrying out their work and also forthe use of ordinary scaffolding. The contractor however, shall not be required toerect any special scaffolding for them.

1.59 Trade Unions

The contractor shall recognize the freedom of his work people to be members oftrade unions.

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1.60. Local and other Authorities notices and fees

The contractor shall comply with and give all notices required by any Regulations, Act orby Law of any Local Authority or of any Public Service, Company or Authority whohave any jurisdiction with regard to the works or with those systems the same are or willbe connected and he shall pay and indemnify the Government against any fees or chargeslegally demandable under any regulation or by-law in respect of the works; provided thatthe said fees and charges if not expressly included in the contract sum or stated by way ofprovisional sum shall be added to the contract sum.

The contractor before making any variation from the contract drawings or specificationnecessitated by such compliance shall give the Project Manager written notice specifyingand giving the reason for such variation and applying for instructions in referencethereto.

If the contractor within seven days of having applied for the same does not receive suchinstructions, he shall proceed with the works in conforming to the provision regulationor by-law in question and any variation thereby necessitated shall be deemed to be avariation in accordance to the conditions of contract.

1.61. Assignment or subletting

The contractor shall not without the written consent of the Project Manager assign thiscontract or sublet any portion of the works, provided that such consent shall not beunreasonably withheld to the prejudice of the contractor.

1.62 Partial Completion

If the Government shall take over any part or parts works, apparatus, equipment etc.then within seven days from the date on which the Government shall have takenpossession of the relevant part, the Project Manager shall issue a Certificate stating hisestimate of the approximate total value of the works which shall be the total value of thatpart and practical completion of the relevant part shall be deemed to have occurred, andthe Defects Liability Period in respect of the relevant part be deemed to havecommenced on the date Government shall have taken possession thereof.

The contractor shall make good any defects or other faults in the relevant part that hadbeen deemed complete.

The contractor shall reduce the value of insurance by the full value of the relevant part

The contractor shall be paid for the part of works taken possession by the Government

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1.63 Temporary Works

Where temporal works shall be deemed necessary, such as Temporary lighting, thecontractor shall take precaution to prevent damage to such works.

The contractor shall include for the cost of and make necessary arrangements with theProject Manager for such temporary works. For temporary lighting, electricity shall bemetered and paid for by the contract

1.64. Patent Rights

The contractor shall fully indemnify the Government of Kenya; against any action, claimor proceeding relating to infringement of any patent or design rights, and pay anyroyalties which may be payable in respect of any article or any part thereof, which shallhave been supplied by the contractor to the Project Manager. In like manner theGovernment of Kenya shall fully indemnify the contractor against any such action, claimor proceedings for infringement under the works, the design thereof of which shall havebeen supplied by the Project Manager to the contractor, but this indemnify shall apply tothe works only, and any permission or request to manufacture to the order of the ProjectManager shall not relieve the contractor from liability should he manufacture for supplyto other buyers.

1.65 Mobilization and Demobilization

The contractor shall mobilize labour plant and equipment to site according to hisprogramme and schedule of work. He shall ensure optimum presence and utilization oflabour, plant and equipment. He should not pay and maintain unnecessary labour forceor maintain and service idle plant and equipment. Where necessary he shall demobilizeand mobilize the labour, plant and equipment, as he deems fit to ensure optimumprogress of the works and this shall be considered to be a continuous process as worksprogress. He shall make provision for this item in his tender. No claim will beentertained where the contractor has not made any provision for mobilization anddemobilization of labour, plant and equipment in the preliminary bills of quantities orelsewhere in this tender.

1.66 Extended Preliminaries

Where it shall be necessary to extend the contract period by the Project manager thecontractor shall still ensure availability on site, optimum labour, materials, plant andequipment. The contractor shall make provision for extended preliminaries, should thecontract period be extended and this shall be in a form of a percentage of the totalContractor works. Where called upon in the Appendix to these Preliminaries theContractor shall insert his percentage per month for extended preliminaries that shallform basis for compensation.

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Lack of inserting the percentage shall mean that the sub-contractor has provided for thisrequirement elsewhere in the Bills of Quantities.

1.67 Supervision by Engineer and Site Meetings

A competent Project Engineer appointed by the Engineer as his representative shallsupervise the Contract works. The Project Engineer shall be responsible for issuing allthe site instructions in any variations to the works and these shall be delivered throughthe Contractor with the authority of the Project Manager. Any instructions given verbalshall be confirmed in writing.

The project engineer and (or) the Engineer shall attend management meetings arrangedby the Project Manager and for which the Contractor or his representative shall alsoattend. For the purpose of supervising the project, provisional sums are provided tocover for transport and allowances. The Contractor shall in his tender allow for theprovision of management meetings and site inspections, as instructed by the Engineer,and also profit and attendance on these funds. The funds shall be expended according toProject Manager’s instructions to the contractor.

1.68 Amendment to Scope of Contract Works

No amendment to scope of sub-contract works is expected and in case of amendment ormodification to scope of work, these shall be communicated to all tenderers in sufficienttime before the deadline of the tender submission. However during the contract periodand as the works progress the Project Manager may vary the works as per conditions ofcontract by issuing site instructions.

No claims shall be entertained on account of variation to scope of works either toincrease the works (pre-financing) or reduction of works (loss of profit-see clause 1.70)

1.69 Contractor Obligation and Employers Obligation

The sub-contractor will finance all activities as part of his obligation to this contract. Theemployer shall pay interim payment for materials and work completed on site as hisobligation in this contract, as the works progresses. No claims will be entertained forpre-financing of the project by the sub-contractor, or for loss of profit (expectation loss)in case of premature termination, reduction or increase of works as the sub-contractorshall be deemed to have taken adequate measures in programming his works andexpenditure and taken necessary financial precaution while executing the works. Nointerest shall be payable to the Contractor, except as relates to late payment as in theconditions of contract clause 23.3. The contractor shall where called upon, insert hisprice to compensate for any of the occurrence stated here (premature termination,reduction or increase of works),as a percentage of the contract sum in the Appendix tothis section.

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1.70 APPENDIX TO SUB-CONTRACT PRELIMINARIES AND GENERALCONDITIONS

1 ADD TO CLAUSE 1.40

There are no labour camps.

2 ADD TO CLAUSE 1.17

Prices quoted shall include 16% VAT. In accordance with Government policy, 3%Withholding Tax shall be deducted from all payments made to the sub-contractor, andthe same shall subsequently be forwarded to the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA).

3. ADD TO CLAUSE 1.66

The amount or percentage that may be inserted in the bills of quantities for this itemshould not exceed the anticipated Liquidated damages amount for the same period.

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SECTION D

GENERAL MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS

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SECTION D

GENERAL MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION

CLAUSE DESCRIPTION PAGE

2.01 GENERAL D-1

2.02 QUALITY OF MATERIALS D-1

2.03 REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS D-1

2.04 ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS D-2

2.05 TRANSPORT AND STORAGE D-2

2.06 SITE SUPERVISION D-3

2.07 INSTALLATION D-3

2.08 TESTING D-3

2.09 COLOUR CODING D-4

2.10 WELDING D-5

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SECTION D

GENERAL MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION

2.01 General

This section specifies the general requirement for plant, equipment and materials formingpart of the Sub-contract Works and shall apply except where specifically stated elsewherein the Specification or on the Contract Drawings.

2.02 Quality of Materials

All plant, equipment and materials supplied as part of the Sub-contract Works shall benew and of first class commercial quality, shall be free from defects and imperfectionsand where indicated shall be of grades and classifications designated herein.

All products or materials not manufactured by the Sub-contractor shall be products ofreputable manufacturers and so far as the provisions of the Specification is concernedshall be as if they had been manufactured by the Sub-contractor.

Materials and apparatus required for the complete installation as called for by theSpecification and Contract Drawings shall be supplied by the Sub-contractor unlessmention is made otherwise.

Materials and apparatus supplied by others for installation and connection by the Sub-contractor shall be carefully examined on receipt. Should any defects be noted, the Sub-contractor shall immediately notify the Engineer.

Defective equipment or that damaged in the course of installation or tests shall bereplaced as required to the approval of the Engineer.

2.03 Regulations and Standards

The Sub-contract Works shall comply with the current editions of the following:

a) The Kenya Government Regulations.

b) The United Kingdom Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE) Regulations forthe Electrical Equipment of Buildings.

a) The United Kingdom Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers(CIBSE) Guides.

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d) British Standard and Codes of Practice as published by the British StandardsInstitution (BSI)

e) The Local Council By-laws.

f) The Electricity Supply Authority By-laws.

g) Local Authority By-laws.

h) The Kenya Building Code Regulations.

i) The Kenya Bureau of Standards

2.04 Electrical Requirements

Plant and equipment supplied under this Sub-contract shall be complete with allnecessary motor starters, control boards, and other control apparatus. Where controlpanels incorporating several starters are supplied they shall be complete with a mainisolator.

The supply power up to and including local isolators shall be provided and installed bythe Electrical Sub-contractor. All other wiring and connections to equipment shall formpart of this Sub-contract and be the responsibility of the Sub-contractor.

The Sub-contractor shall supply three copies of all schematic, cabling and wiringdiagrams for the Engineer’s approval.

The starting current of all electric motors and equipment shall not exceed the maximumpermissible starting currents described in the Kenya Power and Lighting Company(KPLC) By-laws.

All electrical plant and equipment supplied by the Sub-contractor shall be rated for thesupply voltage and frequency obtained in Kenya, that is 415 Volts, 50Hz, 3-Phase or240Volts, 50Hz, 1-phase.

Any equipment that is not rated for the above voltages and frequencies shall be rejectedby the Engineer.

2.05 Transport and Storage

All plant and equipment shall, during transportation be suitably packed, crated andprotected to minimise the possibility of damage and to prevent corrosion or otherdeterioration.

On arrival at site all plant and equipment shall be examined and any damage to parts andprotective priming coats made good before storage or installation.

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Adequate measures shall be taken by the Sub-contractor to ensure that plant andequipment do not suffer any deterioration during storage.

Prior to installation all piping and equipment shall be thoroughly cleaned.

If, in the opinion of the Engineer any equipment has deteriorated or been damaged tosuch an extent that it is not suitable for installation, the Sub-contractor shall replace thisequipment at his own cost.

2.06 Site Supervision

The Sub-contractor shall ensure that there is an English-speaking supervisor on the siteat all times during normal working hours.

2.07 Installation

Installation of all special plant and equipment shall be carried out by the Sub-contractorunder adequate supervision from skilled staff provided by the plant and equipmentmanufacturer or his appointed agent in accordance with the best standards of modernpractice and to the relevant regulations and standards described under Clause 2.03 of thisSection.

2.08 Testing2.08.1 General

The Sub-contractor’s attention is drawn to Part ‘C’ Clause 1.38 of the “Preliminaries andGeneral Conditions”.

2.08.2 Material Tests

All material for plant and equipment to be installed under this Sub-contract shall betested, unless otherwise directed, in accordance with the relevant B.S Specificationconcerned.

For materials where no B.S. Specification exists, tests are to be made in accordance withthe best modern commercial methods to the approval of the Engineer, having regard tothe particular type of the materials concerned.

The Sub-contractor shall prepare specimens and performance tests and analyses todemonstrate conformance of the various materials with the applicable standards.

If stock material, which has not been specially manufactured for the plant and equipmentspecified is used, then the Sub-contractor shall submit satisfactory evidence to theEngineer that such materials conform to the requirements stated herein in which casetests of material may be partially or completely waived.

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Certified mill test reports of plates, piping and other materials shall be deemedacceptable.

2.08.3 Manufactured Plant and Equipment – Work Tests

The rights of the Engineer relating to the inspection, examination and testing of plantand equipment during manufacture shall be applicable to the Insurance Companies orInspection Authorities so nominated by the Engineer.

The Sub-contractor shall give two week’s notice to the Engineer of the manufacturer’sintention to carry out such tests and inspections.

The Engineer or his representative shall be entitled to witness such tests and inspections.The cost of such tests and inspections shall be borne by the Sub-contractor.

Six copies of all test and inspection certificates and performance graphs shall besubmitted to the Engineer for his approval as soon as possible after the completion ofsuch tests and inspections.

Plant and equipment which is shipped before the relevant test certificate has beenapproved by the Engineer shall be shipped at the Sub-contractor’s own risk and shouldthe test and inspection certificates not be approved, new tests may be ordered by theEngineer at the Sub-contractor’s expense.

2.08.4 Pressure Testing

All pipework installations shall be pressure tested in accordance with the requirements ofthe various sections of this Specification. The installations may be tested in sections tosuit the progress of the works but all tests must be carried out before the work is buriedor concealed behind building finishes. All tests must be witnessed by the Engineer or hisrepresentative and the Sub-contractor shall give 48 hours notice to the Engineer of hisintention to carry out such tests.

Any pipework that is buried or concealed before witnessed pressure tests have beencarried out shall be exposed at the expense of the Sub-contractor and the specified testsshall then be applied.

The Sub-contractor shall prepare test certificates for signature by the Engineer and shallkeep a progressive and up-to-date record of the section of the work that has been tested.

2.09 Colour Coding

Unless stated otherwise in the Particular Specification all pipework shall be colour codedin accordance with the latest edition of B.S 1710 and to the approval of the Engineer orArchitect.

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2.10 Welding

2.10.1 Preparation

Joints to be made by welding shall be accurately cut to size with edges sheared, flame cutor machined to suit the required type of joint. The prepared surface shall be free from allvisible defects such as lamination, surface imperfection due to shearing or flame cuttingoperation, etc., and shall be free from rust scale, grease and other foreign matter.

2.10.2 Method

All welding shall be carried out by the electric arc processing using covered electrodes inaccordance with B.S. 639.

Gas welding may be employed in certain circ*mstances provided that prior approval isobtained from the Engineer.

2.10.3 Welding Code and Construction

All welded joints shall be carried out in accordance with the following Specifications:

a) Pipe Welding

All pipe welds shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements ofB.S.806.

b) General Welding

All welding of mild steel components other than pipework shall comply with thegeneral requirements of B.S. 1856.

2.10.4 Welders Qualifications

Any welder employed on this Sub-contractor shall have passed the trade tests aslaid down by the Government of Kenya.

The Engineer may require to see the appropriate to see the appropriate certificateobtained by any welder and should it be proved that the welder does not have thenecessary qualifications the Engineer may instruct the Sub- contractor to replacehim by a qualified welder.

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SECTION E

PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONSFOR

PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE

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SECTION E

PARTICULAR PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE SPECIFICATIONS

CLAUSE No. DESCRIPTION PAGE

3.1 General…………………………………………………….E-1

3.2 Materials and standards…………………………………….E-1

3.2.1 Pipework and Fittings……………………………………...E-1

3.2.2 Valves…………………………………………………........E-3

3.2.3 Waste Fitment Traps………………………………………E-4

3.2.4 Pipe Supports……………………………………………...E-4

3.2.5 Sanitary Appliances………………………………………...E-6

3.2.6 Pipe Sleeves………………………………………………..E-6

3.3 Installation………………………………………………....E-6

3.3.1 General……………………………………………………E-6

3.3.2 Above Ground Installation………………………………...E-6

3.4 Testing Inspection…………………………………………E-8

3.4.1 Site Tests – Pipework Systems……………………………..E-8

3.4.2 Site Test – Performance……………………………………E-8

3.5 Sterilisation of Hot and Cold Water System………………..E-9

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3.1 GENERAL

This section specifies the general requirements for plant, equipment and materials forming partof the plumbing and drainage installations.

3.2 MATERIALS AND STANDARDS

3.2.1 Pipework and Fittings

Pipework materials are to be used as follows:

a) Galvanized Steel Pipework

Galvanized steel pipe work up to 65mm nominal bore shall be manufactured in accordance withB.S. 1387 Medium Grade, with tapered pipe threads in accordance with B.S. 21. All fittings shallbe malleable iron and manufactured in accordance with B.S. 143.

Pipe joints shall be screwed and socketed and sufficient coupling unions shall be allowed so thatfittings can be disconnected without cutting the pipe. Running nipples and long screws shall notbe permitted unless exceptionally approved by the Engineer.

Galvanized steel pipe work, 80mm nominal bore up to 150mm nominal bore shall bemanufactured to comply in all respects with the specification for 65mm pipe, except that screwedand bolted flanges shall replace unions and couplings for the jointing of pipes to valves and otheritems of plant. All flanges shall comply with the requirements of B.S. 10 to the relevantclassifications contained hereinafter under Section ‘C’ of the Specification.

Galvanizing shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of B.S. 1387 and B.S. 143respectively.

b) Copper Tubing

All copper tubing shall be manufactured in accordance with B.S. 2871 from C.160 ‘PhosphorousDe-oxidized Non-Arsenical Copper’ in accordance with B.S. 1172.

Pipe joints shall be made with soldered capillary fittings and connections to equipment shall bewith compression fittings manufactured in accordance with B.S. 864.

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Short copper connection tubes between galvanized pipe work and sanitary fitments shall not beused because of the risk of galvanic action.

If, as may occur in certain circ*mstances, it is not possible to make the connection in any waythan the use of copper tubing, then a brass straight connector shall be positioned between thegalvanized pipe and the copper tube in order to prevent direct contact.

c) P.V.C. (Hard) Pressure Pipes and Fittings

All P.V.C. pipes and fittings shall be manufactured in accordance with B.S. 3505: 1968.

Jointing

The method of jointing to be employed shall be that of solvent welding, using the pipe andmanufacturer’s approved cement. Seal ring joint shall be introduced where it is necessary toaccommodate thermal expansion.

Testing

Pipelines shall be tested in sections under an internal water pressure normally one and a halftimes the maximum allowable working pressure of the class of pipe used. Testing shall becarried out as soon as practical after laying and when the pipeline is adequately anchored.Precautions shall be taken to eliminate all air from the test section and to fill the pipe slowly toavoid risk of damage due to surge.

d) A.B.S. Waste System

Where indicated on the Drawings and Schedules, the Sub-contractor shall supply and fix A.B.S.waste pipes and fittings.

The pipes, traps and fittings shall be in accordance with the relevant British Standards, includingB.S. 3943, and fixed generally in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and B.S. 5572:1978.

Jointing of pipes shall be carried out by means of solvent welding, the manufacturer’sinstructions and B.S. 5572: 1978.

Jointing of pipes shall be carried out by means of solvent welding. The manufacturer’srecommended method of joint preparation and fixing shall be followed.

Standard brackets, as supplied for use with this system, shall be used wherever possible. Wherethe building structure renders this impracticable the Sub-contractor shall provide purpose madesupports, centers of which shall not exceed one meter.

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Expansion joints shall be provided as indicated. Supporting brackets and pipe clips shall befixed on each side of these joints.

e) PVC Soil System

The Sub-contractor shall supply and fix PVC soil pipes and fittings as indicated on the Drawingsand Schedules.

Pipes and fittings shall be in accordance with relevant British Standards, including B.S. 4514and fixed to the manufacturer’s instructions and B.S. 5572.

The soil system shall incorporate synthetic rubber gaskets as provided by the manufacturerwhose fixing instructions shall be strictly adhere to.

Connections to WC pans shall be effected by the use of a WC connector, gasket and cover, fixedto suit pan outlet.

Suitable supporting brackets and pipe clips shall be provided at maximum of one metre centres.

The Sub-contractor shall be responsible for the joint into the Gully Trap on Drain as indicatedon the Drawings.

3.2.2 Valves

a) Draw-off Taps and Stop Valves (Up to 50mm Nominal Bore)

Draw-off taps and valves up to 50mm nominal bore, unless otherwise stated or specified forattachment or connection to sanitary fitment shall be manufactured in accordance with therequirements of B.S.1010.

b) Gate Valves

All gate valves 80mm nominal bore and above, other than those required for fitting to buriedwater mains shall be of cast iron construction, in accordance with the requirements of B.S. 3464.All gate valves required for fitting to buried water mains shall be of cast iron construction inaccordance with the requirements of B.S.1218.

All gate valves up to and including 65mm nominal bore shall be of bronze construction inaccordance with the requirements of B.S. 1952.

The pressure classification of all valves shall depend upon the pressure conditions pertaining tothe site of works.

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c) Globe Valves

All globe valves up to and including 65mm nominal bore shall be of bronze construction inaccordance with the requirements of B.S.3061.

The pressure classification of all globe valves shall depend upon the pressure conditionspertaining to the site of works.

3.2.3 Waste Fitment Traps

a) Standard and Deep Seal P & S Traps

Where standard or deep seal traps are specified they shall be manufactured in suitable non-ferrous materials in accordance with the full requirements of B.S. 1184.

In certain circ*mstances, cast iron traps may be required for cast iron baths and in theseinstances bath traps shall be provided which are manufactured in accordance with the fullrequirements of B.S.1291.

b) Anti-Syphon Traps

Where anti-syphon traps are specified, these shall be similar or equal to the range of trapsmanufactured by Greenwood and Hughes Limited, Deacon Works Littleshampton, Sussex,England.

The trade name for traps manufactured by this company is ‘Grevak’.

3.2.4 Pipe Supports

a) General

This sub-clause deals with pipe supports securing pipes to the structure of buildings for aboveground application.

The variety and type of support shall be kept to a minimum and their design shall be such as tofacilitate quick and secure fixings to metal, concrete, masonry or wood.

Consideration shall be given, when designing supports, to the maintenance of desired pipe fallsand the restraining of pipe movements to a longitudinal axial direction only.

The Sub-contractor shall supply and install all steelwork forming part of the pipe supportassemblies and shall be responsible for making good damage to builders work associated withthe pipe support installation.

The Sub-contractor shall submit all his proposals for pipe supports to the Engineer for approvalbefore any erection works commence.

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b) Steel and Copper Pipes and Tubes

Pipe runs shall be secured by clips connected to pipe angers, wall brackets, or trapeze typesupports. ‘U’ bolts shall not be used as a substitute for pipe clips without the prior approval ofthe Engineer.

An approximate guide to the maximum permissible supports spacing in metres for steel andcopper pipe and tube is given in the following table for horizontal runs.

Size Copper Tube Steel TubeNominal Bores to B.S. 659 to B.S. 1387

15mm 1.25m 2.0m

20mm 2.0m 2.5m

25mm 2.0m 2.5m

32mm 2.5m 3.0m

40mm 2.5m 3.0m

50mm 2.5m 3.0m

65mm 3.0m 3.5m

80mm 3.0m 3.5m

100mm 3.0m 4.0m

125mm 3.0m 4.5m

150mm 3.5m 4.5m

The support spacing for vertical runs shall not exceed one and a half times thedistances given for horizontal runs.

c) Expansion Joints and Anchors

Where practicable, cold pipework systems shall be arranged with sufficient bends and changes ofdirection to absorb pipe expansion providing that the pipe stresses are contained within theworking limits prescribed in the relevant B.S. specification.

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Where piping anchors are supplied, they shall be fixed to the main structure only.Details of all anchor design proposals shall be submitted to the Engineer for approvalbefore erection commences.

The Sub-contractor when arranging his piping shall ensure that no expansionmovements are transmitted directly to connections and flanges on pumps or other itemsof plant.

The Sub-contractor shall supply flexible joints to prevent vibrations and othermovements being transmitted from pumps to piping systems or vice versa.

3.2.5 Sanitary Appliances

All sanitary appliances supplied and installed as part of the Sub-contract works shallcomply with the general requirements of B.S. Code of Practice 305 and the particularrequirements of the latest B.S. Specifications.

3.2.6 Pipe Sleeves

Main runs of pipework are to be fitted with sleeves where they pass through walls andfloors. Generally the sleeves shall be of P.V.C. except where they pass through thestructure, where they shall be mild steel. The sleeves shall have 6mm – 12mm clearanceall around the pipe or for insulated pipework all around the installation. The sleeve willthen be packed with slag wool or similar.

3.3 INSTALLATION

3.3.1 General

Installation of all pipework, valves, fittings and equipment shall be carried out underadequate supervision from skilled staff to the relevant codes and standards as specifiedherein. The Sub-contractor shall be responsible to the Main Contractor for ensuringthat all builders work associated with his piping installation is carried out in asatisfactory manner to the approval of the Engineer.

3.3.2 Above Ground Installation

a) Water Services

Before any joint is made, the pipes shall be hung in their supports and adjusted to ensurethat the joining faces are parallel and any falls which shall be required are achieved withoutspringing the pipe.

Where falls are not shown on the Contract Drawings or stated elsewhere in theSpecification, pipework shall be installed parallel to the lines of the buildings and as closeto the walls, ceilings, columns, etc., as is practicable.

All water systems shall be provided with sufficient drain points and automatic air vents toenable them to function correctly.

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Valves and other user equipment shall be installed with adequate access for operation andmaintenance. Where valves and other operational equipment are unavoidably installedbeyond normal reach or in such position as to be difficult to reach from a small step ladder,extension spindles with floor or wall pedestals shall be provided.

Screwed piping shall be installed with sufficient number of unions to facilitate easy removal ofvalves and fittings, and to enable alterations of pipework to be carried out without the need tocut the pipe.

Full allowances shall be made for the expansion and contraction of pipework, precautionsbeing taken to ensure that any force produced by the pipe movements are not transmitted tovalves, equipment or plant.All screwed joints to piping and fittings shall be made with P.T.F.E. tape.The test pressure shall be maintained by the pump for about one hour and if there is anyleakage, it shall be measured by the quantity of water pumped into the main in that time. Ageneral leakage of 4.5 litres per 25mm of diameter, per 1.6 kilometres per 24 hours per 30metres head, may be considered reasonable but any visible individual leak shall be repaired.

b) Sanitary Services

Soil, waste and vent pipe system shall be installed in accordance with the best standard ofmodern practice as described in B.S. 5572 to the approval of the Engineer.

The Sub-contractor shall be responsible for ensuring that all ground waste fittings aredischarged to a gully trap before passing to the sewer via a manhole.

The Sub-contractor shall provide all necessary rodding and inspection facilities within thedraining system in positions where easy accessibility is available.

Where a branch requires rodding facilities in a position to which normal access isunobtainable, then that branch shall be extended so as to provide a suitable purpose maderodding eye in the nearest adjacent wall or floor to which easy access is available.

The vent stacks shall terminate above roof level and where stack passes through roof, aweather skirt shall be provided. The Sub-contractor shall be responsible for sealing the roofafter installation of the stacks.

The open end of each stack shall be fitted with a plastic coated or galvanised steel wire guard.

Access for rodding and testing shall be provided at the foot of each stack.

c) Sanitary Appliances

All sanitary appliances associated with the Sub-contract works shall be installed in accordance withthe best standard of modern practice as described in C.P. 305 to the approval of the Engineer.

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1.1. TESTING AND INSPECTION

3.4.1 Site Tests – Pipework Systems

a) Above Ground Internal Water Services Installation

All water service pipe system installed above ground shall be tested hydraulically for a periodof one hour to not less than one and half times to design working pressure.

If preferred, the Sub-contractor may test the pipelines in sections. Any such section found tobe satisfactory need not be the subject of a further test when system has been completed,unless specifically requested by the Engineer.During the test, each branch and joint shall be examined carefully for leaks and any defectsrevealed shall be made good by the Sub-contractor and the section re-tested.

The Sub-contractor shall take all necessary precautions to prevent damage occurring to specialvalves and fittings during the tests. Any item damaged shall be repaired or replaced at theSub-contractor’s expenses.

b) Above Ground Soil Waste and Ventilation System

All soil, waste and ventilating pipe system forming part of the above ground installation, shallbe given appropriate test procedures as described in B.S. 5572, 1972.

Smoke tests on above ground soil, waste and ventilating pipe system shall not be permitted.

Pressure tests shall be carried out before any work which is to be concealed is finallyenclosed.

In all respects, tests shall comply with the requirements of B.S. 5572.

3.4.2 Site Test – Performance

Following satisfactory pressure test on the pipework system operational tests shall be carriedout in accordance with the relevant B. S. Code of practice on the systems as a whole toestablish that special valves, gauges, control, fittings, equipment and plant are functioningcorrectly to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

All hot water pipework shall be installed with pre-formed fibre glass lagging to a thickness of25mm where the pipe runs above a false ceiling or in areas where the ambient temperature ishigher than normal with the result that pipe “sweating”, dueto condensation will cause nuisance.

All lagged pipes which run in a visible position after erection shall be given a canvas coverand prepared for painting as follows:

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i) Apply a coating of suitable filler until the canvas weave disappears and allow to dry.

ii) Apply two coats of an approved paint and finish in suitable gloss enamel to colorsapproved by the Engineer.

All lagging for cold and hot water pipes erected in crawlways, ducts and abovefalse ceiling which after erection are not visible from the corridors of rooms, shall be coveredwith a reinforced aluminium foil finish banded in colours to be approved by the Engineer.

In all respects, unless otherwise stated, the hot and cold water installation shall be carried out inaccordance with the best standard of modern practice and described in C.P.342 and C.P.310respectively to the approval of the Engineer.

The test pressure shall be applied by means of a manually operated test pump or, in the case oflong main or mains of large diameter, by a power driven test pump which shall not be leftunattended. In either case precautions shall be taken to ensure that the required pressure is notexceeded.

Pressure gauges should be recalibrated before the tests.

The Sub-contractor shall be deemed to have included in his price for all test pumps, and otherequipment required under this specification.

The test pressure shall be one and a half times the maximum working pressure except where apipe is manufactured from a material for which the relevant B.S. specification designates amaximum test pressure.

3.5 STERILISATION OF COLD WATER SYSTEM

All water distribution system shall be thoroughly sterilised and flushed out after the completion ofall tests and before being fully commissioned for handover.

The sterilisation procedures shall be carried out by the Sub-contractor in accordance with therequirements of B.S. Code of Practice 301, Clause 409 and to the approval of the Engineer.

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SECTION F:

PARTICULAR SPECIFICATION FOR PORTABLE

FIRE EXTINGUISHER, BOOSTED HOSE REEL

SYSTEM, DRY RISER AND FIRE HYDRANT

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1.0 PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER AND HOSE REELINSTALLATIONS

1.1 General

The particular specification details the requirements for the supply and installation andcommissioning of the Portable Fire Extinguishers, Hose Reel, Fire Hydrant and DryRiser. The Sub-contractor shall include for all appurtenances and appliances notnecessarily called for in this specification or shown on the contract drawings but whichare necessary for the completion and satisfactory functioning of the works.

If in the opinion of the Sub-contractor there is a difference between the requirements ofthe Specifications and the Contract Drawings, he shall clarify these differences with theEngineer before tendering.

1.2 Scope of Work

The Sub-contractor shall supply, deliver, erect, test and commission all the portable fireextinguishers, Hose Reel, Fire Hydrant and Dry Riser which are called for in theseSpecifications and as shown on the Contract Drawings.

1.3 Water/CO2 Extinguishers

These shall be 9-litre water filled CO2 cartridge operated portable fire extinguishers andshall comply with B.S. 1382: 1948 and to the requirements of B.S.4523: 1977. Unlessmanufactured with stainless steel, bodies shall have all internal surfaces completelycoated with either a lead tin, lead alloy or zinc applied by hot dipping. There shall be novisibly uncoated areas.

The extinguishers shall be clearly marked with the following:a) Method of operation.b) The words ‘WATER TYPE’ (GAS PRESSURE) in prominent letters.c) Name and address of the manufacturer or responsible vendor.d) The nominal charge of the liquid in imperial gallons and litres.e) The liquid level to which the extinguisher is to be charged.f) The year of manufacture.g) A declaration to the effect that the extinguisher has been tested to a pressure of

24.1 bar (350 psi.).h) The number of British Standard ‘B.S’ 1382 or B.S. 5423: 1977.

1.4 Portable Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguishers

These shall be portable carbon dioxide fire extinguishers and shall comply with B.S.3326: 1960 and B.S. 5423: 1977.

The body of extinguisher shall be a seamless steel cylinder manufactured to one of thefollowing British Standards; B.S. 401 or B.S. 1288.

The filling ratio shall comply with B.S. 5355 with valves fittings for compressed gascylinders to B.S.341. Where a hose is fitted it shall be flexible and have a minimumworking pressure of206.85 bar (3000 p.s.i.). The hose is not to be under internal pressure until theextinguisher is operated.

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The nozzle shall be manufactured of brass gunmetal, aluminium or stainless steel andmay be fitted with a suitable valve for temporarily stopping the discharge if such meansare not incorporated in the operating head.

The discharge horn shall be designed and constructed so as to direct the discharge andlimit the entrainment of air. It shall be constructed of electrically non-conductivematerial.

The following markings shall be applied to the extinguishers:-

a) The words “Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguisher” and to include the appropriatenominal gas content.

b) Method of operation.c) The words “Re-charge immediately after use”.d) Instructions for periodic checking.e) The number of the British Standard B.S. 3326: 1960 or B.S. 5423.f) The manufacturers name or identification markings

1.5 Dry Chemical Powder Portable Fire Extinguisher

The portable dry powder fire extinguishers shall comply with BS3465: 1962 and BS 5423.The body shall be constructed to steel not less than the requirements of BS 1449 oraluminium to BS 1470: 1972 and shall be suitably protected against corrosion.

The dry powder charge shall be not-toxic and retain it s free flowing properties undernormal storage conditions. Any pressurizing agent used as an expellant shall be in drystate; in particular compressed air.

The discharge tube and gas tube if either is fitted shall be made of steel, brass, copper orother not less suitable material. Where a hose is provided it shall not exceed 1,060mmand shall be acid and alkali resistant. Provision shall be made for securing the nozzlewhen not in use.

The extinguisher shall be clearly marked with the following informationa) The word “Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher”b) Method of operation in prominent letters.c) The working pressure and the weight of the powder charge in Kilogramme.d) Manufacturers name or identification marke) The words “RECHARGE AFTER USE” if rechargeable type.f) Instructions to regularly check the weight of the pressure container (gas Cartridge) or

inspect the pressure indicator on stored pressure types when fitted, and remedy anyloss indicated by either.

g) The year of manufacture.h) The Pressure to which the extinguisher was tested.i) The number of this British Standard BS 3465 or BS 5423: 1977.j) When appropriate complete instructions for charging the extinguisher shall be clearly

marked on the extinguisher or otherwise be supplied with the refill.

1.6 Air Foam Fire ExtinguisherThese shall be of 9 litres capacity complete with refills cartridges and wall fixing bracketsand complying with B.S. 5423 with the following specifications:-

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Cylinder: to B.S. 1449Necking: to be 76mm outside diameter steel EN 3A 23/4 X 8TPI female thread.Head cap: to be plastic moulding acetyl resin.CO2 Cylinder: to be 75gm P.V.C coated.Internal Finish: to be polythene lining on phosphate coating.External finish: to be phosphated - One coat primer paint and one coat stoveenamel B.S. 381 C.

1.7 Fire BlanketThe fire blanket shall be made from cloth woven with pre-asbestos yarn or any other fireproof material and to measure 1800 x 1210 mm and shall be fitted with special tapesfolded so as to offer instantaneous single action to release blanket from storing jacket.

2.0 Boosted Hose Reel System2.1 GeneralThe Particular Specification details the requirements for the supply, installation andcommissioning of the hose reel installation. The hose reel installation shall comply in allrespects to the requirements set out in C.O.P 5306 Part 1: 1976, B.S 5041 and B.S 5274.The System shall comprise of a pumped system.

2.2 Hose Reel PumpsThe fire hose reel pumps shall consist of a duplicate set of multi-line centrifugal pumpsfrom approved manufacturers. The pumps shall be capable of delivering 0.76 lit/sec at arunning pressure of 2 bars.

The pump casing shall be of cast iron construction with the impeller shaft of stainlesssteel with mechanical seal.

2.3 Control Panel

The control panel shall be constructed of mild steel 1.0mm thick sheet, be moisture,insect and rodent proof and shall be provided complete with circuit breakers and a wiringdiagram enclosed in plastic laminate.

The pump shall be controlled by a flow switch therefore; the control panel shall includethe following facilities:

(a) ‘On’ push button for setting the control panel to live.(b) Green indicator light for indicating control panel live.(c) Duty / Stand-by pump auto change over.(d) Duty pump run green indicator light.(e) Stand-by pump run green indicator light.(f) Duty pump fail red indicator light.(g) Stand-by pump fail red indicator light.(h) Low water condition pump cut-out with red indicator light.

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The pumps are to be protected by a low level cut-out switch to prevent dry pump runwhen low level water conditions occur in the water storage tank.

2.3.1 Hose ReelThe hose reel to the installation shall consist of a recessed, swing-type hose reel as AngusFire Armour Model III or from other approved manufacturers.

The hose reel shall comply with B.S. 5274: 1975 and B.S 3161: 1970 and is to be installedto the requirements of C.P. 5306 Part 1: 1976.

The hose reel shall be supplied and installed complete with a first-aid Non-kinking hose30 meters long with a nylon spray / jet / shut-off nozzle fitted. A screw down chrome -plated globe valve to B.S 1010 to the inlet to the reel is to be supplied.

The orifice to the nozzle is to be not less than 4.8mm to maintain a minimum flow of 0.4lit / sec to jet.

The hose reels shall be installed complete with electro-galvanized cabinet recessed on thewall.

The hose reels shall be installed at 1.5 meters centre above the finished floor level inlocations shown in the contract drawings.

2.3.2 Pipe Work

The pipe work for the hose reel installation shall be galvanized wrought steel tubingheavy grade Class B to B.S 1387: 1967 with pipe threads to B.S 21. The pipe work and allassociated fittings shall be in approved colour for fire fittings.

2.3.3 Pipe FittingsThe pipe fittings shall be wrought steel pipe fittings, welded or seamless fittingsconforming to B.S. 1740 or malleable iron fittings to B.S 143.All changes in direction will be with standard bends or long radius fittings. No elbowswill be provided.

2.3.4 Non-return Valves

The non-return valves up to and including 80mm diameter shall be to B.S. 5153: 1974.The valves shall be of cast iron construction with gunmetal seat and bronze hinge pin.

2.3.5 Gate Valves

The gate valves up to and including 80mm diameter shall be non-rising stem and wedgedisc to B.S 5154: 1974 with screwed threads to B.S. 21 tapes thread

2.3.6 Sleeves

Where pipe work passes through walls, floors or ceilings, a sleeve shall be provided onediameter larger than the diameter of the pipe, the space between them to be packed withmineral wool, to the Engineer’s approval.

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2.3.7 Earthing

The hose reel installation shall be electrically earthed by a direct earth connection. Theinstallation of the earthing shall be carried out by the Electrical Sub- contractor.

2.3.8 Finish Painting

Upon completion of testing and commissioning the hose reel installation, the pipe workshall be primed and finish painted with 2 No. coats of paints to the Engineer’srequirements.

2.3.9 Testing and Commissioning

The hose reel installation shall be flushed out before testing to ensure that no builder’sdebris has entered the system. The installation is to be then tested to one and half timesthe working pressure of the installation to the approval of the Engineer. Simulated faultconditions of the pumping equipment are to be carried out before acceptance of theSystem by the Engineer.

2.3.10 Instruction Period

The Sub-contractor shall allow in his contract sum for instructing of the use of theequipment to the Client’s maintenance staff. The period of instruction may be within thecontract period but may also be required after the contract period has expired.

The period of time required shall be stipulated by the Client but will not exceed two daysin which time the Client’s staff shall be instructed on the operation and maintenance ofthe equipment.

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3.0 Signage-Fire Instruction /Fire Exit

3.1 Fire Instruction NoticePrint fire instruction on the Perspex plates with White Colour Background measuring 510mm length x 380mm width x 4mm thick as follows;

FIRE INSTRUCTION NOTICE

In the event of fire;

1. Raise the alarm by actuating the nearest alarmsystem point, Sound Siren /gong or Shout Fire

2. Attack fire using the nearest available equipment

3. Call nearest fire Brigade or Police 999 and informyour switchboard (PABX) Operator

4. Ensure that all personnel not involved in firefighting evacuation to safety outside the building.

5. Close but DO NOT LOCK doors behind as youleave.

6. Evacuate the building using stairs or fire escapes.Do not use Lifts/escalators. Walk calmly. Avoid panic. Do notstop or return for personal belongings.

7. Assemble as per floor outside the building for rollcall.

3.1.1.1 Fire Exit Sign

Print Fire Exit signs on the Perspex plate, 4mm thick, with white colour background asfollows:-1. Lettering IN RED COLOR of not less than 50mm in height.2. A pendant sign bearing words, FIRE EXIT and with a directional arrow.

The sign must be capable of being read from both approaches to exit and so is doublesided.

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3.1.1.2Hose Reel Label

Print Fire Exit signs on the Perspex plate, 4mm thick, with white colour background asfollows:-1. Lettering IN RED COLOR of not less than 50mm in height.2. A pendant sign bearing words, HOSE REEL and with a directional arrow.

The sign must be capable of being read from both approaches to exit and so is doublesided.

4.0 The Dry Riser Installation

4.1 Definition

Dry riser installation is a system where a pipe is installed vertically through a buildingwith and inlet breeching provided at a street level through which the fire brigade canpump water.

4.2 Installation

The dry riser is installed with Fire Brigade Breeching inlet installed at street level in frontof the building at a position where fire brigade can access and pump water into thebuilding. Landing valves are then installed on each floor above the ground level to whichthe fire brigade can attach fire fighting hoses.

4.3 Landing Valves

The Hydrant outlets shall comply with the requirements of C.P 5306 Part 1:1976 and B.S5041 Part 1. The hydrant Riser outlets shall be 2No minimum per floor including theroof and shall be mounted with their centre line between 910mm and 1060mm abovefinished floor level positioned at the entry lobby on each floor.

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4.4 Fire Brigade Breeching Inlets

One of the Brigade Breeching inlets shall consist of four (4No.) 64mm internaldiameter instantaneous male coupling for connection to the fire brigade pumps andother two shall consist of two (2No.) 64mm internal diameter instantaneous malecoupling.

The breeching inlet shall incorporate a 100mm diameter flanged connection to the100mm dry riser mains.

The breeching inlet shall be located 1000mm to the centre line of the box above groundlevel.

The breeching inlet shall be enclosed in a galvanized mild steel cabinet of suitabledimensions to contain all visible pipe work. A 7.5mm thick wired glass front shall beprovided with 50mm high, red lettering, DRY RISER BREECHING CONNECTOR.The reminder of the box is to be finished in fire red enamel paint.

4.5 Pipework

The pipe work fittings shall be wrought steel pipe fittings welded or seamless fittingsconforming to B.S 1740 Part 1971 or malleable iron fittings to B.S 193.All changes in direction will be standard bends or long radius fittings. No elbows will bepermitted.

4.6 Flanges

The flanges shall comply with B.S 4504:1969. All flanges shall comply with a nominalPressure Rating of 16 bars and shall be of either grey cast iron or steel.

4.7 Gaskets

The gaskets for use with flanges to B.S 4504: 1969 shall comply with B.S 4865 Part 1:1972 for pressure up to 64 bars.

4.8 Air Relief Valves

The dry riser shall terminate 1M above the roof landing valve with an air relief valve. Thevalve construction shall be of iron Grade E conforming to B.S 1452. Float Guide andSeat Ring shall be of A.B.S plastic with seal ring of moulded rubber, Maximumworking pressure of the valve is to be 16 bar.

4.9 Non-Return Valves

The non-return valves up to and including 80mm diameter shall conform to B.S5153:1974 with flanges to B.S 4504 PN 16. The valves shall be of cast iron constructionwith gunmetal seat and disc with spring of phosphor bronze.

Non return valves exceeding 80mm diameter and up to 300mm diameter shall beconform to B.S 5153:1974 with flanges to B.S 4504 PN 16. The valve shall be is CastIron Construction with Gunmetal seat to B.S 1400.

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4.10 Gate ValvesThe gate valves up to and including 80mm shall be non rising stem and wedge discto B.S. 1952:1964 (B.S 5154:1974) with screwed threads to B.S.21(KS ISO 7 – 1) taperthread. The valves shall be of high grade bronze construction.

Gate valves exceeding 80mm and up to 300mm shall be to B.S 5163 with flanges toB.S 4504 PN 16. The valve is to be double flanged cast iron wedge gate valve forwater works purposes with cast iron body to B.S 1452 GRADE 14 with rubbercovered cast iron gate. The stem is to be of Forged Stainless Steel to B.S 970 with castiron hand wheel.

4.11 SleevesWhere Pipework pass through walls or floors or ceiling a sleeve shall be provided onediameter larger than the diameter of the pipe the space between to be the packedwith mineral wool, to the Engineers approval.

4.12 Floor and Ceiling Plates

Where pipes pass through floors, walls and ceilings, floor, wall and ceilings plates shall besecured around the pipe. The plated shall be of stainless steel construction and will serveno other purpose than to present a neat finish to the exposed installations.

4.13 Earthing

The dry riser shall be electrically earthed by a direct earth connection. The installation ofthe earthing to be carried out by the electrical Sub-Contractor

4.14 Finish PaintingUpon completion, testing and commissioning of the dry rise installation the pipe workshall be primed and finish painted with 2No. Coats of paint by the Sub-Contractor to theEngineer’s requirements.

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4.15 Testing and Commissioning

The installation is to be tested to one and half times the working pressure of theinstallation, all to the approval of the Engineer. The pressure shall be maintained forabout 1 hour ensuring that there is no change in pressure is observed

4.16 Canvas Hose

The canvas hose shall be 65mm diameter 30m long designed for a bursting pressure of34 bars. The canvas hose shall have attached instantaneous hose coupling, branch pipesand nozzle to B.S 336: 1965.

4.17 Hose Cradle

The hose cradle shall be a high quality fitting designed for use in public buildings. Thecradle shall be made in aluminium throughout and shall be supplied with a wall bracketand the finish shall be polished or chrome plated

5.0 Fire Hydrant

5.1 Fire Hydrant Details

5.1.1 DefinitionThe fire hydrant is a system which is installed along the water mains to used as a meansof providing water to the fire brigades through the connection of the hose from a standpipe.

5.1.2 InstallationThe fire hydrants are installed along the water mains with the first hydrant at a locationwhich is not more than 60 m from the entry of any building and they should not be morethan 120 m apart.

5.1.3 Hydrant bodyThe body of the hydrant shall be made of grey cast iron complying with the requirementsof BS 1452 having a tensile strength not less than that given for grade 14.

5.1.4 Hydrant ValveThe valve shall be faced with suitable resilient material. The threaded part of the valve,which engages with the spindle, shall be of bronze.

Body seating for the valves shall be of copper alloy complying with the requirements ofBS 1400 (KS 06 – 744 – 1:1991) or high tensile brass complying with the requirements ofBS 2872 or BS 2874.

Turning the spindle cap in a clockwise direction when viewed from above shall closevalves and the direction of opening shall be permanently marked on the gland.

5.1.5 Spindle & Spindle CapThe spindle note shall be either of the same material as the spindle, or of copper alloycomplying with the requirements of BS 1400 (KS 06 – 744 – 1:1991). It shall have asquared top formed to receive either a cast iron spindle cap.

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The spindle shall be made of copper alloy complying with the requirements of BS 2874(KS 06 – 744 – 1:1991), and it shall have a threaded machined of trapezoidal form. Thespindle cap shall be of a cast iron secured to the spindle by on M12 hexagon socket setscrew conforming to BS 4168.

5.1.6 Hydrant OutletThe outlet flange of the hydrant shall have above nominal diameter 65mm, and shall befitted with a screwed outlet – Both flanges shall be 50 mm conforming to BS 4504: Part1: 1969

The screwed outlet shall be provided with a cap of cast iron or other suitable material.The cap shall cover the outlet thread completely and shall be attached to the hydrant by achain

The distance between the axis of the outlet and the nearest point on the spindle fittingshall be not less than 100 mm.

The screwed outlet shall be made of Copper alloy to BS 1400 (KS 06 – 744 – 1:1991), orCopper alloy to BS 2872, or Suitable Spheroidal graphite iron to BS 2789 protectedagainst corrosion accordance with CP 2008.

5.1.7 Drain BossEach shall be provided with a suitable drain boss on the outlet side. This shall be locatedat the lowest practical point which will permit the filling of self-operating a drilled dripplug.

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5.1.8 JointingThe hydrants shall have machined joint faces through out and the fitting of adjoiningparts shall be such as to make sound joints, corresponding parts of hydrants of the samedesign and manufacture shall be interchangeable.

5.1.9 Hydrant coatingThe hydrant shall be coated in accordance to BS. 4164.

5.1.10 Surface BoxThe clear opening of hydrant surface boxes at ground level shall not be less than 250mmx 380mm.The depth of frame shall normally be: a) For boxes located on footpaths: 100mm b) For boxes located in roads: 125mm

5.1.11 MarkingSurface box covers shall be clearly marked by having the words ‘FIRE HYDRANT’ inletter not less than 30mm high, or the initials ‘FH’ in letters not less than 75mm high costinto the cover.

5.1.12 Surface Box Covers & FramesThe surface box frames and covers shall be graded in accordance with BS 497:1967 andshall meet the loading test requirement also given in BS 497

5.2 Stand PipesOne end of these shall have internal threads to couple with the 80mm diameter externalthreads of the screw down type or above ground fire Hydrant (BS 750 type 2 hydrants)outlet. It shall have 65mm diameter internal threads to couple with the interconnect orhose of the pump set

5.3 Hose PipeEach cotton synthetic fibre rubberized fire hosepipe to be at least 30 metres long with65mm diameter female instantaneous type connector complete with nozzle.

6.0 TestingThe hydrants shall be deemed to have undergone the necessary hydrostatic and flow testat time of manufacture. Necessary test certificates from the manufacturer shall beneeded. The test, to conform to BS 750: 1977:

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SECTION G:

PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS FOR WATERTANK

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATION FOR THE DESIGN, SUPPLY AND ERECTIONOF WATER STORAGE TANKS

1.0 Description of Site

The Sub-contractor is deemed to have visited the site at Konza Techno City - Kenya and ifunable to locate it or its details apply to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Public Works,Nairobi.

No claims will be allowed for the travelling or other expenses, which may be incurred by the sub-contractor’s works.

2.0 Scope of Contract

The work to be carried out under, this sub-contract comprises the designs, manufacture, supply,delivery, erection, together with testing and commissioning of steel tank as here-in specified.

All work shall be performed in straightforward manner by competent workmen under skilledsupervision to the entire satisfaction of the project manager.

3.0 Compliance with Regulations

The sub-contractor shall comply in all respects to the provisional and regulations of the By-lawsof the Local Authority, Kenya Building Code, as 449 Part B5 1964. BS 4211, CP2 chapters Vpart 1 and 2 MOPW Structural steel work specification (1973) code of practice for design andconstruction of buildings and structures in Relation to Earthquake (1972) wherever applicable tothe sub-contract works.

The Structural Engineer shall be responsible for the design of the foundation subject to givingapproval of the sub-contractor’s design of the tower and due allowance should be given for thiswork to be carried out in sub-contractors programme of works. The main contractor isresponsible for the construction of the foundation in accordance with approved designs.

4.0 Structural Drawings and Calculations

2No copies of general arrangement and fabrication drawings properly dimensioned and detailedshowing the whole tower and its accessories together with 2No copies of the structuralcalculations complying with all the relevant BS and CP are to be submitted for approval prior tothe commencement of the work.

The calculations are to indicate the maximum downward and upward loads on the foundationsfor the Engineer to design the foundation

5.0 Steel Water Tanks

The tank shall be galvanized pressed steel sectional tank complying in all respects to BS 1564Types 1 or 2 unless otherwise specified. The jointing materials shall be non-toxic and non-insoluble to water and the tank cover shall be joined throughout the tank top ensuring that thejoint is both water proof and dust proof.

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Cover framing and members shall be designed to withstand supper imposed loading complyingwith the requirement complying with the requirements of CP2 Chapter V part 1 and BS 149 Part2.All internal stays are to be provided as required by the tank manufacture and the Sub-contractorshall be responsible for ensuring the stays are adequate in number and position and properlytightened. Access manhole with hinged cover together with a filtered vent outlet shall beinstalled.

The Sub-contractor is to notify the Engineer of the type of panel he is proposing to use and themanufacturer who is to be approved.

The inflow and outflow connection shall be as shown on the drawing.The outflow supply pipe shall be at least 50mm above the tank bottom while the inflow pipeshall be 200mm below the tank rim. The overflow pipe shall be about 1500mm long, away fromthe tank. The drain pipe shall be at the lowest part of the tank.

5.1 Roof Tank

Tank Capacity: 48,000 litres. It shall be constructed of 1220 x 1220mm pressed steel plates of5mm thickness.

5.1.1 Preferred Dimensions(a) Length – 4880mm(b) Width – 4880mm(c) Height – 1220m(d) Plate thickness: – 5mm

The tanks in clause 2 shall be complete with:

1. 50mm diameter inflow connection2. 100mm diameter outflow connection3. 100mm diameter washout pipe4. 100mm diameter overflow pipe5. 1No. level regulator6. 1No. Water level indicator7. 1No. steel cover and manhole8. 1No. internal ladder9. 1No. external ladder10. 65mm diameter outlet pipe

6.0 Pipework

The sub-contractor shall supply and fix all pipe work and fitting up to ground level as detailed onthe drawing or in this specification. All pipe work shall be adequately supported and secured tothe tank structure. The washout pipe shall have a bend leading to a reasonable place where thedrainage will not interfere with the structure, preferably at about 300mm above ground.

The inflow, outflow and washout pipes shall be fixed against the tower structure so as tofacilitate fixing and good support. All pipe work shall be medium grade galvanized steel and mustconform to BS 1987 and 1967 class ‘B’.

The sub-contractor shall provide high pressure ball valve capable of coping with the maximumarea’s local water supply pressure.

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7.0 Painting

The tank shall be painted inside with one coat of bituminous non-toxic paint (or any otherequivalent and approved) and on the outside with coat of primer before erection. After erection,the tank inside shall be painted with two coats of aluminium paint. The other structures shall becleaned and painted one coat lead oxide or red lead before erection and two coats of aluminiumpaints after erection. All the painting shall be approved by the Engineer.

8.0 Testing

Testing shall be done by filling the tank with water after erection. The water will be from thelocal supply and the main contractor shall apply from the Authority for connection. Testing shallbe witnessed by the Project Manager or his representative.

8.1 GuaranteeThe sub-contractor shall guarantee the tanks against leaks, and the tower for a period of (12)months form the Handover date. Any damage incurred due to bad workmanship shall be madegood by the contractor.

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PART H

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR SOLARWATER HEATING

INSTALLATIONS

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GENERAL SOLAR WATER HEATING SPECIFICATIONS

1.1.0 QUALITY OF MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP

1.1.1 General

All materials, equipment and accessories are to be new and in accordance with the requirementsof the current rules and regulations where such exist, or in their absence with the relevantBritish/European standard.

Uniformity of type and manufacture of equipment or accessories is to be preserved as far aspracticable throughout the whole work.

If in this specification, the practice is adopted of specifying a particular item as “similar” to thatof a particular firm’s product, it is to be clearly understood that this is to indicate the type andquality of the equipment required. No attempt is being made to give preference to the equipmentsupplied by a firm whose name or products is being quoted.

Where particular manufacturers are specified herein, alternative makes will be considered, andthe Engineer shall be allowed to reject any other makes.

The tenderer will be entirely responsible for all the materials, apparatus, equipment, etc inconnection to his work, and shall take special care to protect all parts of finished work fromdamage until handed over to the Employer.

The work shall be carried out by competent workmen under skilled supervision. The Engineershall have authority to have any of the work taken down or changed, which is executed in anyunsatisfactory manner.

The works shall be carried out strictly in accordance with:a) British Standard B.S. 5918, Domestic hot water supply and solar water heating systemb) “British code of Practice” C.P. 310: Water Supplyc) British Standard code of Practice” C.P. 342: Centralized hot water supplyd) All other relevant British standard Specifications and Codes of Practice (herein after referred to as B.S and C.P respectively.)e) By-Laws of the Local Authorityf) The “Specification” and the “Particular Specification”g) The tender/working drawingsh) The engineer’s Instructions.

The drawings and specifications are to be read as a whole and are to explain each other. Workshown on the drawings and not described in the specifications or vice versa shall be dulyexecuted under the contract.

1.1.2 Solar Panel – Construction

Solar panels shall be flat plate solar collectors. The structure of the collector and its componentsmust withstand local extreme environmental conditions including winds, storm etc.

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1.1.2.1 Solar Panel – External Construction

a) Glazing material shall be transparent and non-reflective to solar radiation. Total surfaceheating area of the solar panel shall be as specified elsewhere. The top of the panel shall be asingle transparent glazed glass sheet. The glazed glass shall be as low-iron tempered glass orequivalent. The thickness of the glazed glass shall be 3 mm.

The glazing and the holding construction shall have thermal characteristics to withstand extremelocal temperatures and also thermal shock due to storms etc. Gasket for the glazing shall beEPDM gasket or similar.

During accidental breakage of the glazing, the glazed glass sheet shall be replaceable at site.

b) Solar panel collector casem*nt shall be rigid, structurally sound and corrosion resistant. Sidesand bottom of panel shall be 24 gauge galvanized mild steel sheet or 2mm aluminium sheet.

Galvanized mild steel sheet shall be etched primed and applied with two coats of approved oil-base paint. 4 mm to 6 mm breathing hole shall be provided on the galvanized mild steel casingfor the removal of moisture content formed due to condensation within the panel.

c) The panel/glass construction shall be weather proof. Pipework joints and collectorinterconnection shall be water proof. Approved silicone gasket or similar to be used at the panelconnections.

1.1.2.2 Solar Panel - Internal Construction

a) Absorber - Shall be located directly beneath the glass sheet and fully cover theinternal area of the panel.

Absorber shall be made of copper sheet or aluminium with a selective surface chemically treatedsimilar to the black chrome finish or similar. The selective surface shall achieve 95% absorptivityof solar radiation and 15 to 20% emissivity of infra-red radiation. The absorber and the selectivesurface shall not be affected during life span of the absorber.

b) Heat Exchanger

Copper tubes and fittings shall be utilized for internal panel pipe work and in accordance withB.S. 2871 or similar. All joints and connections between the riser and header tubing’s shall beleak proof and stand to hydraulic pressure tests.

The collector to be pressure tested to withstand a pressure of 8 kg/cm2. In general, collectorsshall be pressure tested at 15 times the rated operating gauge pressure of 8kg/cm2.

A certificate of pressure testing to be issued when required and requested by the Engineers.

c) Insulation

The underside of the absorber, inclusive headers and the outer casing internal sides shall beinsulated with 50 mm fibre glass insulation, minimum density 64 kg/m3. The insulation shall benon-combustible and shall withstand maximum continuous operating temperature of 200oC (andminimum operating temperature of –50oC).

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1.1.2.3 Hot Water Solar Cylinder

a) The hot water solar cylinder shall have a nominal capacity as specified on thecontract drawing and particular specification to the designed highest water level. Thehot water cylinder shall have a separate feed tank attached to it.

b) The cylinders and the feed tanks shall comply with B.S. 417, 699, 2777, 4214, 1565,1566 and 3198. Refer also Water Storage tanks as specified elsewhere. The Cylinderand tanks shall be supplied complete with screwed BSPF parallel thread flangedconnections for flow, return, vent, overflow and drain pipes.

c) Cylinder shall be provided with a magnesium electrode as corrosion protection,weight: minimum 1.5 kg. and have an inspection cover to facilitate renewal of theelectrode.

d) The cylinder shall be galvanized, after manufacture in accordance with therequirements of BS. 729 Part 1 and pressure tested in accordance with the above B.S.

A certificate of pressure testing to be issued when required and requested by theEngineers/Project Manager’s Representative. Refer also to “Protection of Metal surface” asspecified elsewhere in the specification.

e) InsulationThe cylinder shall be insulated on all the sides with 100 mm fiberglass, or 100 mm thick foaminjected polyurethane. At the inspection cover the insulation shall be easily removable.

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f) CladdingThe insulation shall be fully laded with 24 gauge galvanized M.S. Sheet.

1.1.2.4 Flow and Return Pipework

Pipework shall be galvanized mild steel medium duty and in accordance with BS. 1387 andinsulated as specified.

1.1.3 INSTALLATION1.1.3.1 Solar panel

a) LocationThe solar panel shall where physically possible be installed facing south. Where it is not practicalfor the solar panel to face due south, the maximum allowance variation shall be 450.

b) Angle of InclinationThe solar panels for maximum efficiency should be fitted at an angle equal to the latitude of theinstallation area. Minimum angle of inclination should be 50.

c) Solar panel shall be mounted on angle frame and rise to flow outlet according tomanufacturer’s specifications.

1.1.3.2 Solar Cylinder

a) For Standard Thermo-syphon

The solar cylinder shall maintain a minimum horizontal distance of 300 mm above the highestpoint of the solar panel installation

b) For low Thermo-syphon

The solar cylinder shall maintain a flow line up grade of 1:20 minimums where the low profilethermo-syphon system is utilized.

1.1.3.3 Flow and Return Pipework

(a) JointsAll joints between ferrous and copper piping shall be made with dielectric pipe unions for theprevention of electrolytic corrosion.

(b) Penetration through Roof decking.

Where pipes penetrate the roof decking, they shall be provided with a sleeve that fits around thepipe making a weather proof joint between roof and pipe.

(c) InsulationAll pipework between solar panel and storing tank to be insulated with 25 mm fibreglass whereexposed to weather, covered with 24 gauges galvanized M.S. sheet cladding and weather proofed.

All insulation for supply and return pipework in roof space shall be covered with cotton canvas.

All insulation shall be in accordance with BS. 1334 unless otherwise specified.

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1.1.3.4 Drain, overflow and Vent Pipework

(a) The drain and overflow pipework from the solar cylinder shall terminateapproximately 75 mm away from the nearest drain outlet.

(b) Vent pipe from the solar cylinder shall terminate approximately 150 mm over thetop water level in the solar cylinder feed tank.

(c) Provided drain valve for the solar panel. Drain valve shall be firmly clamped inorder to avoid leaks at the joints during operation.

1.1.3.5 Valves(a) Copper alloy gate valves complying with BS.1952 shall be installed on flow and

return pipework prior to it being connected to the solar cylinder.

(b) The solar cylinder and panel shall be supplied with stop valves for draining and tocomply with BS 1010.

1.1.3.6 Inter connection of solar panels

It shall be done utilizing Neoprene tubing or Stainless Steel connector or equivalent, fitted withclamps and able to withstand the working pressure.

1.1.3.7 Precaution

Solar panel glass shall be adequately protected against cracking and the protection removed onlywhen the solar system is commissioned.

1.1.4 Alternate Solar Heating System

Should the contractor intend utilizing an alternate equivalent solar heating system to the onespecified under this contract, he shall when submitting his tender provide the Engineer with allnecessary information such as material used, construction detail, installation procedure etc. forhis approval.

1.1.5 Test and Efficiency CertificatesThe Contractor shall provide test and efficiency certificates for the solar panels proposed for theinstallation in accordance with methods outlined in ASHRAE 23-77.Certificates for the following tests shall be provided:

1. No flow 30 day exposure2. Peak exposure test3. Solar collector Thermal Shock/Water spray test4. Solar Collector Thermal Shock/Cold Fill test5. Solar Collector leak and pressure test6. Thermal efficiency/performance test.

The Contractor shall also provide documentary evidence regarding the absorber sheet, theselective coatings and its optical performances (absorptivity and emissivity factors).

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1.1.6 Pipework above Ground

Before any joint is made, the pipes shall be hung in their supports and adjusted to ensure that thejoining faces are parallel and any falls which shall be required are achieved without springing thepipe.

Where falls are not shown on the contract drawings or stated elsewhere in the specification,pipework shall be installed parallel to the lines of the building.

All water systems shall be provided with sufficient drain points and automatic air vents to enablethem to function correctly. Valves and other user equipment shall be installed with adequateaccess for operation and maintenance.

Where valves and other operational equipment are unavoidably installed beyond normal reach orin such a position as to be difficult to reach from a short step ladder, extension spindles wit flooror wall pedestals shall be provided.

Screwed piping shall b installed with a sufficient number of unions to facilitate easy removal ofvalves and fittings, and to enable alterations I=of the pipework to be carried out without theneed to cut the pipe.

Full allowance shall be mad for the expansion and contraction of pipework, pre cautions beingmade to ensure that any forces produced by pipe movements are not transmitted to valves,equipment or plant.

All tubing exposed on faces of walls shall, unless otherwise specified, be fixed at least 25mmclear of adjacent surfaces with approved holder bats built into the walls, cut and pinned to wallsin cement mortar. Where fixed to woodwork, suitable clips shall be used.

All tubing’s specified as chased into walls shall have the wall face neatly cut and chased, thetubing wedges and fixed and plastered over.

All tubing specified as fixed to ceilings, roofs of roof structures shall be fixed with approved mildsteel hangers cut and pinned to ceilings, roofs or roof strictures.

Where three or more tubes are fixed to the ceilings, roofs or roof structures close to each other,they shall be fixed in positions, which leave the lower surfaces at the same horizontal level,unless otherwise specified.

Tubes fixed to steel work shall be fixed with clips and tap screws.

Tubes shall be fixed to true lines parallel to adjacent lines of the building unless otherwisespecified.

Where insulated, tubing shall be fixed with the insulation at least 25mm clear of the adjacentsurfaces.

Pipe runs shall be secured by pipe clips connected to pipe hangers, wall brackets or trapeze typesupports. ‘U’ bolts shall not be used as a substitute for the pipe clips without prior approval ofthe Engineer.

An approximate guide to the maximum permissible supports spacing in meters for the steel andcopper pipe is given in the following table for horizontal runs.

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Size Maximum supportNominal Bores Spacing15mm 2.0m20mm 2.5m25mm 2.5m32mm 3.0m40mm 3.0m50mm 3.0m65mm 3.5m80mm 3.5m100mm 4.0m

Each support shall take its due proportion of the weight of the pipe and shall allow freemovement for expansion and contraction.

The support spacing for vertical runs shall not exceed one and a half times the distances givenfor the horizontal runs.

Sleeves shall be provided where pipes pass through walls and solid floors to allow movement ofthe pipes without damage to the structure. The overall length of the sleeve shall be such that itprojects at least 2mm beyond the finished thickness of the wall or partition.

Sleeves passing through the structure shall be of mild steel. Elsewhere they shall be of PVC. Thesleeves shall have 5-15mm clearance all round the pipe, or for insulated pipework, all round theinsulation. The sleeves shall be packed with slag wool or similar.

Unless anything else is stated in the specification, the tenderer must include in his tender for allprotective and finish painting of the works including colour coding of special requirements, ifany, are specified in the text of the particular specification. The painting shall be carried out byskilled painters.

1.1.6.1 Galvanised Mild steel Tubing

Galvanized mild steel tubing shall be in accordance with B.S 1387 with screwed and socketedjoints.Fittings for the same shall be galvanized malleable iron to B.S 143 & 1256 threads to BS 21.Joints shall be made with fine hemp and an approved jointing compound or with Teflon sealingtape. Compound containing red lead must be used, unless otherwise specified.

All changes of direction shall be obtained by use of proper fittings. Formed bends shall not beaccepted.

Long screw connectors and flat-faced unions shall not be used, unless otherwise specified.Where chased into walls or cast in concrete, galvanized mild steel tubing carrying hot water shallbe wrapped with hair felt secured by copper wire.

The fixing of galvanized mild steel tubing shall be done using:a) Malleable iron “school board” pattern brackets for building in or screwing to structure orb) Malleable pipe rings, with either back plate, plugs or girder clips orc) Purpose made straps to Engineer’s Approval.

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1.1.6.2 Copper Tubing

Copper tubing shall be light gauge conforming to B.S. 2871 and the fittings shall be capillary orcompression fittings to B.S. 864 of approved manufacture. Joints on tubing up to and including50 mm diameter shall be compression or capillary joints or direct joints using zinc-free self-fluxing silver brazing alloys. Joints on tubing above 50 mm diameter shall be welded or blazedjoints.

Copper tubing shall be jointed to steel cisterns by the use of copper-alloy connector having ashoulder to bear on the outside of the cistern and secured by a back nut inside. Washers shall beused both inside the cistern.

Where chased into walls or cast in concrete, copper tubing shall be wrapped with corrugatedcardboard or hair felt secured by copper wire.

The fixing of copper tubing shall be done by using:-a) Copper-alloy holder bats for building in, or screwing to structure.

orb) Strap clips of copper, copper-alloy or other suitable material.orc) Gunmetal holder bats similar to “YORKSHIRE”,

Iron or steel supports shall not be used for copper tubing.All bends and sets shall be formed without diminishing the internal diameter in any part orcausing fracture or weakness of the tube walls.

1.1.6.3 Valves, co*cks, Taps etc.

a) Gate ValvesAll gate valves up to and including 65mm nominal bore and above, other than those required forfitting to be buried. Water mains shall be of bronze construction in accordance with therequirements of B.S. 5154. The pressure classification of all gate valves shall depend upon thepressure conditions pertaining to the site of the works.

The pressure classification of all gate valves shall depend upon the pressure conditions pertainingto the Site of Works.

b) Globe Valves

All globe valves up to and including 65 mm nominal bore shall be of bronze construction inaccordance with B.S. 2060.

All globe valve 80 mm nominal bore and above shall be of cast iron construction in accordancewith the requirements of B.S. 3961.

The pressure classification of all globe valves shall depend upon the pressure conditionspertaining to the Site of Works.

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c) Check or Non-Return Valve

All check or non-return valves up to and including 65 mm nominal bore shall be of the swingcheck type of bronze construction in accordance with B.S. 1953.

All check or non-return valves 80 mm nominal bore and above shall be of the swing check typeof cast iron construction in accordance with the requirements of B.S. 4090.

The pressure classification of all check or non-return valves shall depend on the pressureconditions pertaining to the Site of work

d) Ball Float Valves

All ball valves for use in connection with hot and cold water services shall be of thePortsmouth type in accordance with the requirements of B.S. 1212, constructed from bronze orother corrosion resistant materials. These valves fall into three pressure classification as follows:-

(i) Low pressure – 3.588 bar maximum(ii) Medium pressure – 7. 725 bar maximum.(iii) High pressure – 12. 620 bar maximum.

The pressure Classification required for each ball valve will be designated in the description of itsassociated equipment.

e) Safety Valves

Safety valves for thermal storage water heaters shall comply with B.S. 759

Draw-Off Taps and Stop Valves (up to 50 mm nominal bore)

Draw-off taps and stop valves up to 50 m nominal bore, unless otherwise stated or specified, forattachment or connection to sanitary fittings shall be manufactured in accordance with therequirements of B.S. 1010.

Mixing valves for shower fittings and other appliances shall be manufactured in accordance withthe requirements of B.S. 1415 from bronze or other corrosion resistant materials.

1.1.6.4 Thermal Insulation

Insulation shall be installed by tenderer specializing in this type of work.

All primary hot (flow and return pipes) and secondary hot water and circulation pipes shall beinsulated. Thermal insulating material for hot water supply insulation shall conform to B.S. 1334unless otherwise specified. Materials shall have fire retardant qualities.

Insulation shall be fiberglass, minimum density 64 kg/m3. Pre-moulded fittings shall be used, orif unavailable, metered sections or built-up blanket insulation shall be used.

Insulation shall be fastened in concealed locations with aluminium bands or soft annealed wiresand shall be fastened in exposed locations with aluminium bands, 30 cm. (12inches).

Each pipe item shall be insulated separately. Insulation must be carried through or aroundhangers.

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All insulating materials, however fixed, shall be in close contact with the surface to which it isapplied and all joints shall be sealed after ensuring that edges or ends of any section built upclose to one another. Edges or ends shall be cut or sharpened on site as necessary.

All surfaces to be insulated shall be cleaned carefully before fixing the insulating material.Whereby, subject to outside weather or other potentially damp or wet conditions, the insulationshall be adequately protected against moisture pick-up with weather proof jacketing. Elsewhere,the insulation shall be finished with open weave glass cloth and finish coats of adhesive or paintto approval.

Fixing of insulating material shall suit the progress of other installation works in the building.

All thermal insulating materials shall be delivered to the site in a dry condition and housed in astore until drawn upon for use. If nothing else is specified, the minimum thickness of insulatingmaterial for hot water pipes shall be 25 mm.

Equipment, such as tanks, shall be insulated with 50 mm fibre glass board and finished withopen weave glass cloth and finish coats of adhesive or paint to approval.

1.1.7 Water Storage Tanks

1.1.7.1 Cold Water Storage Tanks

Where specified as galvanized mild steel, water storage tanks shall comply with B.S. 417.Galvanizing shall take place after manufacture.

Pressed steel sectional water storage tanks shall comply with B.S. 1564, and shall be similar inmanufacture to “BRAITH-WAITE”.

Water storage tanks shall be mosquito proofed by means of well fitting bolted cover bedded on athick gasket of felt or bitumen.

Overflow pipes from tanks shall discharge into air or floor gullies where nearby positioned, withsplay cut ends mosquito proofed by means of wire gauze tightly bound on with stout galvanizedwire or soldered on.

1.1.7.2 Thermal Storage Water Heaters

The pressure and low pressure type’s domestic electric water heaters shall comply with B. S. 843;high pressure types shall be of a Standard not less than the appropriate B.S.

Domestic heaters shall, if nothing else is specified, be supplied with 50 mm thick fibre glasslagging.

Electric thermostatically controlled immersion heaters shall comply with B.S. 3456: Section 2:21and C.P. 324.202.

Purpose made storage water heaters of the specified size shall comply with B.S.853 and shall beto the specified working and test pressure. The heaters shall be provided with all necessarybosses, coils, etc. and shall be hot dip galvanised after manufacture.

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1.1.7.3 Pressure Vessels

Pressure vessels shall be manufactured in accordance with B.S. 1500 A for the specified pressureand be fitted with all necessary openings and connections.

1.1.7 Protection of metal surfaces

Machinery, equipment, etc. shall be tropicalized and with protective treatment fully suitable forapplication and in the prevailing climatic conditions.

Full details of tropicalization and comprehensive paint treatments, to a dry film thickness ofnowhere less than 200 microns, shall be submitted for the approval of the Consultant.

All metalwork shall be protected by either:-(a) Hot dip galvanizing; where painted treatment shall be 50 microns epoxy primer or 5-

10 microns wash-primer; 30 microns modified alkyd undercoat and 30 microns enamelfinish,

or,

(b) Metallic lead epoxy primer, epoxy micaceous iron oxide, micaceous iron oxidemodified alkyd undercoat and enamel finish, layers minimum 30 microns each.

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Surfaces of metalwork shall be thoroughly brushed down with wire brushes to remove all scale,rust, etc., and structural steelwork shall be grit blasted before protective treatment.

All paint shall be applied fully in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

All water tanks inclusive covers, machinery casings, claddings and whosesoever specified shall beprotected by hot dip galvanizing.

Hot dip galvanized coatings shall be executed in accordance with British Standard BS 729.

The values for coating weight shall be as follows to B.S 729:-

5 mm thick and over - 610 to 630 g/m (87 –90 um)

Under 5 mm but not less than 2 mm - 460 to 490 g/m (66 – 70 um)

Under 2 mm but not less than 1 mm - 335 to 350 g/m (48 – 50 um)

Grey and malleable iron castings - 610 to 630 g/m (87 – 90 um)

Threaded work and other articleswhich are centrifuged - 305 to 315 g/m (44 –45 um)

For conversion to coating thickness unit weight of zinc shall be assumed 7 g/cm3. The valuesstated shall be taken as minimum average values for a set of samples. Individual minimum valuesshall be introduced as the above mentioned minus 10%.

When galvanized coats are damaged, e.g. threaded pipe connections made on site, the exposedparts shall be repaired with same paints as for additional coating. Colour grey.

1.1.8 Instrumentation

Instrumentation shall be provided as indicated on the drawings and specified in thespecifications.

Pressure gauges shall be installed on the pipe at both sides of pumps.

Pressure gauges shall be fitted with shutoff co*ck, read in the pressure range of system, minim 12cm. (4 1/2 inch) dial, adjustable angle face, white face with black figures and pointer.

Thermometers shall be installed with separable sockets. Bronze sockets shall be used innonferrous systems and stainless steel in ferrous systems. Thermometers shall be mercuryactuated, 12 cm (4 1/2 inch) dial, adjustable angle face with black figures and pointer.

Where recording thermometers are required, they shall have chart 25 cm.(10 inches) in diameter,shall operate with one pen on 24 hour charts, with a range 100C to 1050C (500F to 2200F).

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1.2 COMMISSIONG AND MAINTENANCE

1.2.1 Commissioning and Testing

The tenderer for solar heating system shall be responsible for testing and commissioning of thesolar installation. The testing and commissioning shall be done in the presence of the Engineer.The tenderer shall be held responsible for any damage to the builder’s work, during theinstallation, initial system testing etc.

When installation is completed, an acceptance test shall be carried out on the tenderer’s ownexpense.

All hot water pipes, including flow and return, solar absorbers, cylinders, cisterns, tanks,calorifiers, pumps, etc. shall be thoroughly sterilized and flushed out after the completion of alltests and before being fully commissioned for handover.

The sterilization procedure shall be carried out by the tenderer or specialists employed by thetenderer in accordance with the requirements of B.S. Code of Practice 310, Clause 409, to theapproval of the Engineer.

Before handing over, the tenderer shall confirm that the installation has been examined, tested, isready for use, that it will operate and can be maintained efficiently.

The whole of the solar heating installation shall be tested to the satisfaction of the Engineer andthe Local Authority.

The tenderer shall provide all necessary testing apparatus and facilities for testing the installationsand any defective work shall be replaced immediately and shall be the subject of re-testing untilfound satisfactory.

Where pipes are to be lagged, chased into walls or otherwise concealed, the work shall be testedprior to lagging, making good chases, etc.

The complete solar heating installations, including flow and return pipes shall, if nothing else isspecified, be tested to a cold water pressure of not less than 1.5 times the working pressure,minimum 8 kg/cm2.

The test pressure shall be applied by means of a manually operated test pump or, by a power-driven test pump. Pressure gauges shall be recalibrated before the test.

The test pressure shall be maintained by the pump for about one hour and a leakage as specifiedin C.P 310, Section 502 J shall be approved, but any visible individual leak shall be repaired.

Valves, co*cks and taps shall be absolutely tight under the test pressure for the correspondingpipes as well as under a small pressure.

Upon completion of the work, including re-testing if necessary, the installations shall bethoroughly flushed out and water pipes refilled with clean water ready for use.

Any defects revealed by the tests shall be made good by the tenderer and the test repeated to theapproval of the Engineer.

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In all other respects, test shall comply with the requirements of B.S. Code of Practice 304.

Following satisfactory pressure tests on the pipework system, operational tests shall be carriedout in accordance with the relevant B.S. Codes of practice on the systems as a whole to establishthat special valves, gauges, controls, fittings, equipment and plant are functioning correctly to thesatisfaction of the Engineer.

1.2.2 Spare Parts

The tenderer shall submit with the tender a guarantee that he will hold a sufficient number ofspare parts for the maintenance of the equipment.

If specific requirements for supply of spare parts are specified in the bill of quantities or scheduleof prices, these spare parts shall be supplied to the client/employer, when the installations arehanded over.

The tenderer shall submit with his tender a priced list of any optional extras, which herecommends should be purchased for the plants and are not supplied as standard with the unit.

1.2.3 Defects Liability and Contractual Maintenance Period

The tenderer shall maintain the complete installation in the total defects liability period and shallbe responsible for the initiation and execution of the clients/employer planned programme ofmaintenance during this period.

During this maintenance period the tenderer shall carry out all necessary adjustments and repairs,cleaning and lubricating, etc. A report of any work shall be submitted to the Client andincorporated in the maintenance records.

The tenderer shall be held responsible for and shall make good all defects in materials thatappear during the maintenance period; he shall supply expendable items, such as gaskets, filters,indicator lamps, etc. The period of liability shall not end until all defects which appear during themaintenance period have been rectified.

The tenderer shall allow in his Contract price for this maintenance and inspection service andshall provide for all tools, instruments, plant and scaffolding, and the transportation thereof, asrequired for the correct and full execution of these

obligations, and the provision, use or installation of all materials whether they are normalmaintenance materials such as oils, greases, sandpaper, etc. and parts which are periodicallyrenewed such as relay contracts or parts which are faulty for any reason whatsoever exceptingalways Acts of God such as a storm, tempest or flood, lightning and earthquake; civil revolt, actsof war and vandalism.

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1.2.4 Maintenance Manual

Upon completion the tenderer shall furnish to the Client four copies of a manual size A4 ofloose leaf type containing all the following items:-

a. Description of equipmentb. Full operation and maintenance instructionsc. Valve operationd. Fault-finding charte. Emergency proceduref. Maintenance and service periodsg. Lubricating instructionh. Colour code legendi. Schedule of primary and secondary sparesj. Record drawing – Folded to size A4.

The manual must be specially written and not standard manufacturers manual unless approvedby the Engineer.Tags giving instructions are not permitted. All instructions must be written into the manual withreference to the drawings.

All valves, terminals and controls on the plant shall be labelled to correspond with themaintenance and operation manuals.

1.2.5 Maintenance and Service After Expirations of the Contractual MaintenancePeriod

The tenderer shall if required, enter into a maintenance and service agreement with the employerfor the complete installation, for a period of up to five years from the day of expiration of thecontractual maintenance period.The terms of any such agreement shall not be less beneficial to the Client, than the terms ofa*greement for other similar installations.

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2.0 TECHNICAL QUESTIONNAIRE

The following information shall be supplied by tenderer regarding the solar flat plate collectorsproposed:

1. Manufacturer/Trade Mark………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

2. Construction Details of the Collector:

Aperture Dimensions & Area (m & m2) …………………………………………….…………………………………………….

Gross Dimensions & Area (m & m2) …………………………………………….…………………………………………….

Dimensions and Area absorbingSurface (m & m2) ………………………………………….

………………………………………….

3. Solar PanelCollector Casem*nt material ……………………………………………Thickness ……………………………………………Corrosion Treatment …………………………………………….

4. GlazingMaterial …………………………………………….

Thickness …………………………………………….

Physical Properties …………………………………………….

5. InsulationMaterial ………………………………………….

Thickness (mm) .…………………………………………….

Thermal properties …………………………………………….

6. AbsorberMaterial Absorber plate …………………………………………….

Material for tubes for heat exchange…………………………………………….

Selective Coating …………………………………………….

Absorption Factor …………………………………………….

Emissivity Factor …………………………………………….

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7. Solar CylinderMaterial ……………………………………………………………

Thickness ……………………………………………………………

Insulation Material……………………………………………………………

Thickness…………………………………………………………

Cladding Material……………………………………………………………

8. Normal Operating Temperature Range oC…………………………………………….

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9. Minimum and Maximum Transfer Fluid Flow Rate Kg/sec

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10. Collector’s Performance Efficiency ……………………………………………

11. WARRANTY:The Sub-contractor shall state the equipment warranty period…………………………………………………………………………

12. Any other alternative system. Give remarks on its difference to the one described.Additional paper to be attached if the text is much

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SECTION I

BILLS OF QUANTITIES

AND

SCHEDULE OF UNIT RATES

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BILLS OF QUANTITIES AND SCHEDULE OF UNIT RATES

CONTENTS

CLAUSE No. PAGE

1. GENERAL NOTES TO TENDERERS…………………………… I-1

2. STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE………………………………… I-2

3. BILLS OF QUANTITIES ……………………………………… I-3 to I-81

4. SUMMARY PAGE………………………………………………… I-82

5. SCHEDULE OF UNIT RATES…………………………………… I-83

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GENERAL NOTES TO TENDERERS

1. The Bills of Quantities form part of the contract documents and are to be read inconjunction with the contract drawings and general specifications of materials and works.

2. The prices quoted shall be deemed to include for all obligations under the sub-contractincluding but not limited to supply of materials, labour, delivery to site, storage on site,installation, testing, commissioning and all taxes (including 16% VAT).

In accordance with Government policy, the 3% Withholding Tax shall be deductedfrom all payments made to the Tenderer, and the same shall be forwarded to the KenyaRevenue Authority (KRA).

3 All prices omitted from any item, section or part of the Bills of Quantities shall bedeemed to have been included to another item, section or part there of.

4. The brief description of the items given in the Bills of Quantities are for the purpose ofestablishing a standard to which the sub-contractor shall adhere. Otherwise alternativebrands of equal and approved quality will be accepted.

Should the sub-contractor install any material not specified here in before receivingwritten approval from the Project Manager, the sub-contractor shall remove thematerial in question and, at his own cost, install the proper material.

5. The grand total of prices in the price summary page must be carried forward to theForm of Tender for the tender to be deemed valid.

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1. Statement of Compliance

a) I confirm compliance of all clauses of the General Conditions, GeneralSpecifications and Particular Specifications in this tender.

b) I confirm I have not made and will not make any payment to any person, whichcan be perceived as an inducement to win this tender.

Signed: …………………………………….for and on behalf of the Tenderer

Date: ………………………………………………………………….……..

Official Rubber Stamp: ……………………………………………………………

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BILLS No. 1

A) PRICING OF PRELIMINARIES ITEMS.

Prices will be inserted against item of preliminaries in the sub-contractor’s Bills of Quantities andspecification. These Bills are designated as Bill 1 in this Section. Where the sub-contractor failsto insert his price in any item he shall be deemed to have made adequate provision for this onvarious items in the Bills of Quantities. The preliminaries form part of this contract and togetherwith other Bills of Quantities covers for the costs involved in complying with all therequirements for the proper execution of the whole of the works in the contract.

The Bills of Quantities are divided generally into three sections:-

Preliminaries – Bill 1

Sub-contractors preliminaries are as per those described in section C – sub-contractorpreliminaries and conditions of contractor. The sub-contractor shall study the conditions andmake provision to cover their cost in this Bill. The number of preliminary items to be priced bythe Tenderer have been limited to tangible items such as site office, temporary works and others.However the Tenderer is free to include and price any other items he deems necessary takinginto consideration conditions he is likely to encounter on site.Installation Items – Other BillsThe brief description of the items in these Bills of Quantities should in no way modify orsupersede the detailed descriptions in the contract Drawings, conditions of contract andspecifications.The unit of measurements and observations are as per those described in clause 1.05 of thesection C.

(c) Summary

The summary contains tabulation of the separate parts of the Bills of Quantities carried forwardwith provisional sum, contingencies and any prime cost sums included. The sub-contract shallinsert his totals and enter his grand total tender sum in the space provided below the summary.This grand total tender sum shall be entered in the Form of Tender provided elsewhere in thisdocument

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BILL No. 1PRELIMINARIES AND GENERAL CONDITIONS

ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY UNITRATE(KSHS)

AMOUNT(KSHS)

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Discrepancies clause 1.02

Conditions of sub-contract Agreementclause 1.03

Payments clause1.04

Site location clause 1.06

Scope of Contract Works clause 1.08

Extent of the Contractor’s Duties clause1.09

Firm price contract clause 1.12

Variation clause 1.13

Prime cost and provisional sum clause 1.14(insert profit and attendance which is apercentage of expended PC or provisionalsum.)

Bond clause 1.15

Government Legislation and Regulationsclause 1.16

Import Duty and Value Added Tax clause1.17(Note this clause applies for materialssupplied only. VAT will also be paid by thesub-contractor as allowed in the summarypage)

Insurance company Fees clause 1.18

Provision of services by the Maincontractor clause 1.19

Samples and Materials Generally clause 1.21SUB-TOTAL CARRIED TO PAGE I -5

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ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY UNITRATE(KSHS)

AMOUNT(KSHS)

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Supplies clause 1.20

Bills of Quantities clause 1.23

Contractor’s Office in Kenya clause 1.24

Builder’s Work clause 1.25

Setting to work and Regulating systemclause 1.29

Identification of plant components clause1.30

Working Drawings clause 1.32

Record Drawings (As Installed) andInstructions clause 1.33

Maintenance Manual clause 1.34

Hand over clause 1.35

Painting clause 1.36

Testing and Inspection – manufacturedplant clause 1.38

Testing and Inspection – Installation clause1.39

Storage of Materials clause 1.41

Initial Maintenance clause 1.42

SUB-TOTAL CARRIED TO PAGE I-6

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ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY UNITRATE(KSHS)

AMOUNT(KSHS)

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Attendance Upon Tradesmen, etc. (Insertpercentage only) clause 1.58

Local and other Authorities notices andfees clause 1.60

Temporary Works clause 1.63

Patent Rights clause 1.64

Mobilization and Demobilization Clause1.65

Extended Preliminaries Clause 1.66(seeappendix on page C- 24)

Supervision by Engineer and SiteMeetings Clause 1.67

Allow for profit and Attendance for theabove

Amendment to Scope of Sub-contractWorksClause 1.68

Contractor Obligation and EmployersObligation clause 1.69(see appendix pageC- 24)

Any other preliminaries;Subtotal above

Subtotal brought forward from page I-4

Subtotal brought forward from page I-5

TOTAL FOR SCHEDULE NO. 1- PRELIMINARIESCARRIED FORWARD TO PRICE MAIN SUMMARY PAGE

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KoTDA COMPLEX OFFICES

All prices to be VAT inclusive

Item Description Qty Unit Rate(K.Shs.)

Amount(K.Shs.)

SANITARY FITTINGS -SUPPLY AND INSTALLSupply and deliver & Install to the following sanitary appliances complete with allthe accessories including all overflows, supports and all plugs and screws to wallsand floors.All Rates to include UL listed for fire stop form in accordance with the drawings onall services passing through walls.TYPICAL FLOORSWater Closet (WC)

A1 Concealed wall hung Closet with 'P' or 'S' trap with Wall mounted (2/4 dual flush) withall internal parts for efficient functioning with polypropylene solid hard seat and cover ofwithpolythene buffers and flap, brass CP wall flanges, brass CP bolts and nuts 15mm brassCP angle valve, 450 mm long inlet (type) connection pipe, all ofmounting chair bracketcustom made to specific dimensions as mentioned by the engineer, fixing of 110mm diastraight type straight syphon UPVC WCpan connector with neoprene rubber ring andnecessary accessories etc.,complete. (All fittings of approved make)

8 No's'

Preferred Model: Villeroy & Boch /Toto/Eqvt and approved

A2 Concealed cistern (2/4 dual flush)< 3/4.5 Liters; water saving and fittings includingsiphon,15mm diameter bottom inlet ball valve, 20mm diameter side overflow, plastic flushbend, inlet connection, ecoflush system with LED Automatic Actuator Plate. 8 No's

Preferred Model: Villeroy & Boch /Giberit/Eqvt and approved

A3

Supply, Installing, testing and commissioning EWC & concealed Cistern (2/4dualflush)< 3/4.5 Liters; water saving complete with fittings & seat cover for PhysicallyChallenged with increased height for convenience with 'P' or 'S' trap with cistern withraised soft- push button with LED Automatic Actuator Plate. for convenient access,with grab bars and hinged bars necessary for physicallychallenged toilets with all internalparts for efficient functioning withpolypropylene solid hard seat and cover of withpolythene buffers and flap, brassCP wall flanges, brass CP bolts and nuts 15mm brass CPangle valve, 450 mm longinlet (type) connection pipe, al36 with one pair mounting brackets,ewc & cistern complete with fittings & seatcover, one no. Hinged rail 76 cm & 5 nos. Ofgrab rails 60 cm COMPLETE) withmounting chair bracket custom made to specificdimensions as mentioned by the engineer, fixing of 110mm dia straight type straight syphonUPVC WCpan connector with neoprene rubber ring and necessary accessoriesetc.,complete.

2 No's

Preferred Model: Villeroy & Boch /Toto/Eqvt

B1 Supply &Fixing of Flat back Half White Large URINAL fixed with screws to wall withwaste coupling,bottle trap,waste pipe drop to lower floor&connected to P-Trap with 50mmdia.Galvanized Iron pipe .The scope includes necessary GI fittings(T-Joint) & necessarysealent to connect P- Trap etc,complete.

6 No's

Preferred Model: Villeroy & Boch /Toto

B2 Supply Concealed INFRA RED Electronic Sensor for URINALS as GroheTectronRondo Battery supply 6 V lithium-battery, type CR-P2, Exposed installationFlow pressuremin 0.5 bar,Operating pressure max 10 bar G ½ ;CE approved, Metal housing ;Long Lifebattery electronic Battery lifetime: approx. 7 years (150 Actuations a day),7 pre-setprograms:With 24/72 hours autoflush. 0.063 Liters/sec FLUSH; water saving

6 No's

Preferred Model: Grohe/ Villeroy & Boch /Toto/Eqvt

B2 Supply & Fixing of Granite Urinal Division Plates of 1200mmx600mm size with wall cuttingand making good completed 2 No's

Wash Hand Basin (WHB)C1 Glazed vitreous china ware oval counter top wash hand basin of approved make of size

650x410mm .The gap between the counter and the top of the basin shall in no case exceed5mm, silicone sealant shall be applied to the top of the basin before fixing in position so asto completely seal the gap. The excess sealant shall be wiped out using a clean blade flushwith the basin inner profile.

12 No's

C2 Glazed vitreous china ware Semi recessed wash hand basin of approved make of size550x410mm .The gap between the counter and the top of the basin shall in no case exceed5mm, silicone sealant shall be applied to the top of the basin before fixing in position so asto completely seal the gap. The excess sealant shall be wiped out using a clean blade flushwith the basin inner profile.

2 No's

Preferred Model: Jaquar/ Grohe /Eqvt

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C2 Ekectronic Basin mixer as Grohe Zedra Touch or Eqvt One 15mm CP wthTouch:activation of cold water via skin Contact Battery supply 6 V lithium-battery, type CR-P2Indication of battery status through differentPulses of water Safety shut down circuit (when battery nearlyEmpty) Solenoid valve Automatic safety stop after 60 sec. (factory Set) Type of protectionIP 44 SpeedClean anti-lime system Swivel tubular spout Swivel area 360° Adjustable flowrate limiter Pull-out locking dual spray control - switchesBackAnd forth between regular flow and spray Copper flexible tubing onnection pipe600mm long with CP brass nuts at both ends and necessary rubber washers complete.chrome plated bottle trap

14 No's

C3 One 32mm heavy quality CP brass waste coupling & CP brass bottle trap with extensionpiece & wall flange of approved make and conforming to BS specifications. 40mmdia.UPVC pipe with specials from extension piece of bottle trap to the ceiling suspendedtrap.The scope includes necessary UPVC pipe ,fitting & necessary sealent to connect FloorTrap etc,complete.

14 No's

Preferred Model: Jaquar/ Grohe /Eqvt

Hand Drier

E1

Supply, Fixing of approved make automatic hand drier The hand drier shall be operated byinfrared sensor, which switches on when hands are placed under the hot-air outlet. Themachine switches off when the hands are withdrawn or after 40 seconds. It shall be capableof delivering 0.036 liters at an average air speed of 17 F/s and a relative drying time of 35seconds. It shall be as Starmix Automatic Hand Dryer Model No. T50E with a Powersupply of 2.2 kW 240V 50Hz.

6 No's

Flexible TubingA1 15mm diameter x 300mm long flexible Copper connectors complete with integral chrome

plated angle valve with wall flange for connecting the sanitary fitting to water supply. 48 No's

WC AccessoriesA1 Covered Chrome plated toilet roll holder as Villeroy & Boch ref #40 37 1 000 10 No's

WHB AccessoriesC1 Frosted glass soap tumbler and holder as Villeroy & Boch ref # 83 400 905 6 No's

C2 Angle valve 1/2“ for Basins as Grohe ref # 2201700M 48 No's

C3 Imported Subway illuminate mirror with sensor operated light , digital clock and internaldemister light sensor on right hand side of mirror, wall mounted 850x700x55mm, completewith screws, support fram and all other necessary fittings. The mirror shall rest against alayer of 5mm thick foam.Villeroy & Boch

12 No's.

Coat HookE Supply, Fixing of approved make Chrome plate Coat Hook fixed to wall with cp screws and

required all accessories with concealed screws. To be as Villeroy & Boch JUST-ref # 83 251710 or Eqvt and approved.

10 No's

Soap DispenserF Supply, Fixing of approved make Soap Dispenser fixed to wall with cp screws and required

all accessories etc,complete as Villeroy & Boch or Eqvt and approved. 6 No's

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Internal Plumbing WorksA1 Supply, deliver and install PP-R (Polypropylene Random Co-polymer) pipes, tubing and

fittings as described and shown on the drawings. The pipes and fittings shall be produced asper DIN 8078 and DIN 16962, and shall meet or exceed the requirements of DVS 2207,current standards for PP-R installations and to the Engineers approval. All joints shall beassembled employing solvent cements that meet or exceed the requirements of ASTMF493. Rates must allow for all Metal/plastic threaded adaptors where required for theconnection of sanitary fixtures, valves, sockets, sliding and fixed joints, support raceways,isolating sheaths, elastic materials, expansion arms and bends, crossovers, couplings,clippings, connectors, joints etc. as required in the running lengths of pipework and alsowhere necessary, for pipe fixing clips, holder bats plugged and screwed for the proper andsatisfactory functioning of the system. The pipes will be pressure tested before theplastering of wall commences and as per the manufacturers recommended testingpressures.

A2

Internal (Concealed) Water carrying Inner Pipes shall be made of Cross linkedPolyethylene (PEX) in conduit and exceed internationally recognized Quality andDimensional specificas (DIN 16892 / 16893 to PN 20.To include all related acessoriesamong Tees and elbows to connect with female thread brass to PPR.

PP-R PipesA 25mm diameter pipework 65 Lm

B 32mm diameter pipework 55 Lm

C 40mm diameter pipework 12 Lm

PEX Pipes

E 20mm dia pipe as PEX 44 m.

F 15mm dia pipe as PEX 84 m.

Bends

G 25mm diameter bend 15 No's.

H 32mm diameter bend 16 No's.

I 40mm diameter bend 13 No's.

Tees

J 25mm equal tee 16 No's.

K 32mm equal tee 15 No's.

L 40mm equal tee 13 No's.

Reducers

M 25 x 20mm diameter reducer 12 No's.

N 32 x 25mm diameter reducer 12 No's.

O 40 x 25mm diameter reducer 10 No's.

P 40 x 32mm diameter reducer 9 No's.

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Bronze Gate valvesQ

25mm diameter approved medium pressure screw down full way No'sn-rising stem wedgegate valve to BS 5154 PN 20 for series B rating, with wheel and head joints to steel tubingand complete with round male threaded transition fittings. The gate valve to be as Shield orapproved equivalent.

6 No's.

32mm ditto 4 No's.

40mm ditto 4 No's.

R Pressure valves as Shield/Vir or Eqvt and approved.

50mm dia bronze valves 1 No.

S Pipe Sleeves

50mm diameter heavy duty PVC pipe sleeves for crossing over columns and beams.10 Lm

150mm GMS pipe sleeves for crossing over columns and beams3 Lm

Offices Water Meter

T 65mm bulk water meter as ‘Kent’ or equal and approved equivalent for the connection tothe riser pipework. 1 No's.

Sterilization

Q Allow for flushing out and sterilizing the whole system with chlorine to the satisfaction ofthe Project Engineer. 1 Item

Testing and Commissioning

U Allow for pressure testing and commissioning of the plumbing installation to thesatisfaction of the Engineer. 1 Item

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uPVC Waste and Soil pipework

A 100mm diameter heavy gauge grey UPVC pipe 25 Lm

B 75mm diameter waste pipe 18 Lm

C 50mm diameter waste pipe 18 Lm

D 40mm diameter waste pipe 28 Lm

E 32mm diameter waste pipe 24 Lm

Bends

F 100mm diameter sweep bend 12 No's.

G 75mm diameter sweep bend 13 No's.

H 50mm diameter sweep bend 12 No's.

I 40mm diameter sweep bend 11 No's.

J 32mm diameter sweep bend 10 No's.

Tees

K 100mm diameter sweep tee 10 No's.

L 75mm diameter sweep tee 10 No's.

M 50mm diameter sweep tee 10 No's.

N 40mm diameter sweep tee 10 No's.

O 32mm diameter sweep tee 10 No's.

Access Caps

A 100mm diameter access cap 6 No's.

B 50mm diameter access cap 6 No's.

C 40mm diameter access cap 6 No's.

D 32mm diameter access cap 8 No's.

Boss Connectors

E 100 x 40mm diameter boss connector 6 No's.

F 100 x 50mm diameter boss connector 6 No's.

Single Branch

G 100 x 100mm diameter single branch with 50mm boss adaptor 6 No's.

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WC Connectors

H 100mm diameter WC connector 10 No's.

Floor Traps

I 82mm Trapped Floor Gully (279.2) with 150 x 150 mm gully inlet Stainless steel grating(282.6) 18 Item

J

Supply of materials and construction of Gully traps of specified size and shall beprovided.It shall be fixed on 150mm thick and 700mm square 1:4:8 cement concrete bedding and thegully outlet shall be jointed similarly to the jointing of UPVC pipes. A brick masonrychamber 300x 300mm (internally) shall beconstructed in 1/2 brick masonry with 1:6 cementmortar and the spaces betweenthe trap and the wall shall be filled up with 1:3:6 concrete andthe upper portion ofthe chamber shall be finished with neat cement. The corners andbottom of thechamber shall be rounded off so as to slope towards the grating and thebottom ofthe chamber shall No'st be less then 230 mm. In addition to 150mmx150mm CIgrating, the chamber shall have a CI frame and cover (450mm x 450 mm). The cover andframe shall be placed on top of the brick masonry and all walls (foursides)both sideplastering with FOSROC water proofing. Chamber bottom PCCwith water proofing.

4.00 No's.

K Providing and fixing PPP Water hammer arrestors complete with necessary fittings forinlet dia of 20mm. 4 No's.

Testing and Commissioning

L Allow for testing and commissioning of the drainage system installations to the satisfactionof the Engineer. 1 Item

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1 Total carried forward from sanitary supply

2 Total carried forward from plumbing installations

3 Total carried forward from drainage installations

Total One floor………………………………...……

Total for Typical 10 Floors 10

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SANITARY FITTINGS -SUPPLY AND INSTALLSupply and deliver & Install to the following sanitary appliances complete with allthe accessories including all overflows, supports and all plugs and screws to wallsand floors.All Rates to include UL listed for fire stop form in accordance with the drawings onall services passing through walls.

Water Closet (WC)

A1 Concealed wall hung Closet with 'P' or 'S' trap with Wall mounted (2/4 dual flush) withall internal parts for efficient functioning with polypropylene solid hard seat and cover ofwithpolythene buffers and flap, brass CP wall flanges, brass CP bolts and nuts 15mm brassCP angle valve, 450 mm long inlet (type) connection pipe, all ofmounting chair bracketcustom made to specific dimensions as mentioned by the engineer, fixing of 110mm diastraight type straight syphon UPVC WCpan connector with neoprene rubber ring andnecessary accessories etc.,complete. (All fittings of approved make)

1 No's'

Preferred Model: Villeroy & Boch /Toto

A2 Concealed cistern (2/4 dual flush)< 3/4.5 Liters; water saving and fittings includingsiphon,15mm diameter bottom inlet ball valve, 20mm diameter side overflow, plastic flushbend, inlet connection, ecoflush system with LED Automatic Actuator Plate. 1 No's

Preferred Model: Villeroy & Boch /Giberit

B1 Supply &Fixing of Flat back Half White Large URINAL fixed with screws to wall withwaste coupling,bottle trap,waste pipe drop to lower floor&connected to P-Trap with 50mmdia.Galvanized Iron pipe .The scope includes necessary GI fittings(T-Joint) & necessarysealent to connect P- Trap etc,complete.

1 No's

Preferred Model: Villeroy & Boch /Toto/or Eqvt and approved.

B2 Supply Concealed INFRA RED Electronic Sensor for URINALS as GroheTectronRondo Battery supply 6 V lithium-battery, type CR-P2, Exposed installationFlow pressuremin 0.5 bar,Operating pressure max 10 bar G ½ ;CE approved, Metal housing ;Long Lifebattery electronic Battery lifetime: approx. 7 years (150 Actuations a day),7 pre-setprograms:With 24/72 hours autoflush. 0.063 Liters/sec FLUSH; water saving

1 No's

Preferred Model: Grohe/ Villeroy & Boch /Toto/or Eqvt and approved.

Wash Hand Basin (WHB)

C2 Glazed vitreous china ware Semi recessed wash hand basin of approved make of size550x410mm .The gap between the counter and the top of the basin shall in no case exceed5mm, silicone sealant shall be applied to the top of the basin before fixing in position so asto completely seal the gap. The excess sealant shall be wiped out using a clean blade flushwith the basin inner profile.

1 No's

C2 Ekectronic Basin mixer as Grohe Zedra Touch or Eqvt and approved.One 15mm CPwthTouch: activation of cold water via skin Contact Battery supply 6 V lithium-battery, typeCR-P2.Indication of battery status through differentPulses of water Safety shut down circuit (when battery nearlyEmpty) Solenoid valve Automatic safety stop after 60 sec. (factory Set) Type of protectionIP 44 SpeedClean anti-lime system Swivel tubular spout Swivel area 360° Adjustable flowrate limiter Pull-out locking dual spray control - switchesBackAnd forth between regular flow and spray Copper flexible tubing onnection pipe600mm long with CP brass nuts at both ends and necessary rubber washers complete.chrome plated bottle trap

1 No's

C3 One 32mm heavy quality CP brass waste coupling & CP brass bottle trap with extensionpiece & wall flange of approved make and conforming to BS specifications. 40mmdia.UPVC pipe with specials from extension piece of bottle trap to the ceiling suspendedtrap.The scope includes necessary UPVC pipe ,fitting & necessary sealent to connect FloorTrap etc,complete.

1 No's

Preferred Model: Jaquar/ Grohe /Eqvt

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Kitchenettes SINK (2 Bowls- 1drainer)

D1 Providing and fixing Stainless Steel AISI 316(18/8) 510X 1040mm bowl depth200mmstainless steel, with a 2 bowl,single drain arrangement complete with waste andsingle drain, size 1150mmx490 mm ref # B49S6RLU08GDS.9

4 No's

D2 Kitchen sink Chrome Plated chain waste plug and 40mm chrome plated tubular trap todrain the above kitchen sink (C1). 4 No's

D3 MoNo's's sink mixer single lever with swivel pull-out spout, 15mm, as Villeroy & Bochsubway XU /Grohe chrome plated pillar mounted sink mixer. 4 No's

Hand Drier

E1

Supply, Fixing of approved make automatic hand drier The hand drier shall be operated byinfrared sensor, which switches on when hands are placed under the hot-air outlet. Themachine switches off when the hands are withdrawn or after 40 seconds. It shall be capableof delivering 0.036 liters at an average air speed of 17 F/s and a relative drying time of 35seconds. It shall be as Starmix Automatic Hand Dryer Model No. T50E with a Powersupply of 2.2 kW 240V 50Hz.

1 No's

Flexible TubingA1 15mm diameter x 300mm long flexible Copper connectors complete with integral chrome

plated angle valve with wall flange for connecting the sanitary fitting to water supply. 3 No's

WC Accessories

A1 Covered Chrome plated toilet roll holder as Villeroy & Boch ref #40 37 1 000 or Eqvtand approved. 1 No's

WHB Accessories

C1 Frosted glass soap tumbler and holder as Villeroy & Boch ref # 83 400 905 or Eqvt andapproved. 1 No's

C2 Angle valve 1/2“ for Basins as Grohe ref # 2201700M or Eqvt and approved.3 No's

C3 Imported Subway illuminate mirror with sensor operated light , digital clock and internaldemister light sensor on right hand side of mirror, wall mounted 850x700x55mm, completewith screws, support fram and all other necessary fittings. The mirror shall rest against alayer of 5mm thick foam.Villeroy & Bochor Eqvt and approved.

1 No's.

Coat Hook

E Supply, Fixing of approved make Chrome plate Coat Hook fixed to wall with cp screws andrequired all accessories with concealed screws. To be as Villeroy & Boch JUST-ref # 83 251710 or Eqvt and approved.

2 No's

Soap DispenserF Supply, Fixing of approved make Soap Dispenser fixed to wall with cp screws and required

all accessories etc,complete as Villeroy & Boch 1 No's

G Supply, Installation, testing and commissioning of commercial water purifier of waterflow rate 15.0 Ltr/Hr & Water cooler ,Including all components as per manufacturespecifications,including connections from water supply line and final connection to watercooler electric wiring & plug top etc.with all accessories complete.

3 No's

H Fixing of CP angular stop co*ck for water cooler and , RO plant water supply conformingto IS specifications.The scope includes supply of necessary accessories etc,complete. 4 No's

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Internal Plumbing Works

A1 Supply, deliver and install PP-R (Polypropylene Random Co-polymer) pipes, tubing andfittings as described and shown on the drawings. The pipes and fittings shall be produced asper DIN 8078 and DIN 16962, and shall meet or exceed the requirements of DVS 2207,current standards for PP-R installations and to the Engineers approval. All joints shall beassembled employing solvent cements that meet or exceed the requirements of ASTMF493. Rates must allow for all Metal/plastic threaded adaptors where required for theconnection of sanitary fixtures, valves, sockets, sliding and fixed joints, support raceways,isolating sheaths, elastic materials, expansion arms and bends, crossovers, couplings,clippings, connectors, joints etc. as required in the running lengths of pipework and alsowhere necessary, for pipe fixing clips, holder bats plugged and screwed for the proper andsatisfactory functioning of the system. The pipes will be pressure tested before theplastering of wall commences and as per the manufacturers recommended testingpressures.

A2

Internal (Concealed) Water carrying Inner Pipes shall be made of Cross linkedPolyethylene (PEX) in conduit and exceed internationally recognized Quality andDimensional specificas (DIN 16892 / 16893 to PN 20.To include all related acessoriesamong Tees and elbows to connect with female thread brass to PPR.

PP-R Pipes

A 25mm diameter pipework 80 Lm

B 32mm diameter pipework 55 Lm

C 40mm diameter pipework 12 Lm

PEX Pipes

C20mm dia pipe as PEX

90 m.

D15mm dia pipe as PEX

84 m.

Bends

E 25mm diameter bend 18 No's.

F 32mm diameter bend 18 No's.

G 40mm diameter bend 18 No's.

Tees

H 25mm equal tee 16 No's.

I 32mm equal tee 15 No's.

J 40mm equal tee 13 No's.

Reducers

K 25 x 20mm diameter reducer 12 No's.

L 32 x 25mm diameter reducer 12 No's.

M 40 x 25mm diameter reducer 10 No's.

N 40 x 32mm diameter reducer 9 No's.

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INTERNAL FOUL WATER DRAINAGE

uPVC Waste and Soil pipework

A 100mm diameter heavy gauge grey UPVC pipe 15 Lm

B 75mm diameter waste pipe 18 Lm

C 50mm diameter waste pipe 50 Lm

D 40mm diameter waste pipe 28 Lm

E 32mm diameter waste pipe 24 Lm

Bends

F 100mm diameter sweep bend 2 No's.

G 75mm diameter sweep bend 8 No's.

H 50mm diameter sweep bend 8 No's.

I 40mm diameter sweep bend 8 No's.

J 32mm diameter sweep bend 8 No's.

Tees

K 100mm diameter sweep tee 2 No's.

L 75mm diameter sweep tee 1 No's.

M 50mm diameter sweep tee 1 No's.

N 40mm diameter sweep tee 1 No's.

O 32mm diameter sweep tee 1 No's.

Access Caps

O 100mm diameter access cap 6 No's.

P 50mm diameter access cap 6 No's.

Q 40mm diameter access cap 6 No's.

R 32mm diameter access cap 8 No's.

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Boss Connectors

S 100 x 40mm diameter boss connector 6 No's.

T 100 x 50mm diameter boss connector 6 No's.

Single Branch

U 100 x 100mm diameter single branch with 50mm boss adaptor 6 No's.

WC Connectors

V 100mm diameter WC connector 1 No's.

W600 x 600mm grease traps with capability of 2 No.

removing odour.Complete with filter,spartula and cover as Hepworth or Eqvt andapproved.

XGully trap

Supply of materials and construction of Gully traps of specified size and shall beprovided.It shall be fixed on 150mm thick and 700mm square 1:4:8 cement concrete bedding and thegully outlet shall be jointed similarly to the jointing of UPVC pipes. A brick masonrychamber 300x 300mm (internally) shall beconstructed in 1/2 brick masonry with 1:6 cementmortar and the spaces betweenthe trap and the wall shall be filled up with 1:3:6 concrete andthe upper portion ofthe chamber shall be finished with neat cement. The corners andbottom of thechamber shall be rounded off so as to slope towards the grating and thebottom ofthe chamber shall No'st be less then 230 mm. In addition to 150mmx150mm CIgrating, the chamber shall have a CI frame and cover (450mm x 450 mm). The cover andframe shall be placed on top of the brick masonry and all walls (foursides)both sideplastering with FOSROC water proofing. Chamber bottom PCCwith water proofing.

4 No's.

Testing and Commissioning

Y Allow for testing and commissioning of the drainage system installations to the satisfactionof the Engineer. 1 Item

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Item Description Qty Unit Rate(K.Shs.)

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Internal Plumbing WorksSupply, deliver and install PP-R (Polypropylene Random Co-polymer) pipes, tubing andfittings as described and shown on the drawings. The pipes and fittings shall be produced asper DIN 8078 and DIN 16962, and shall meet or exceed the requirements of DVS 2207,current standards for PP-R installations and to the Engineers approval. All joints shall beassembled employing solvent cements that meet or exceed the requirements of ASTMF493. Rates must allow for all Metal/plastic threaded adaptors where required for theconnection of sanitary fixtures, valves, sockets, sliding and fixed joints, support raceways,isolating sheaths, elastic materials, expansion arms and bends, crossovers, couplings,clippings, connectors, joints etc. as required in the running lengths of pipework and alsowhere necessary, for pipe fixing clips, holder bats plugged and screwed for the proper andsatisfactory functioning of the system. The pipes will be pressure tested before theplastering of wall commences and as per the manufacturers recommended testingpressures.

PP-R Pipes (Cold Water)

A 25mm diameter pipework 60 Lm

B 32mm diameter pipework 50 Lm

C 40mm diameter pipework 30 Lm

D 50mm diameter pipework 60 Lm

E 75mm diameter pipework 232 Lm

F 100mm diameter pipework 120 Lm

Bends

G 50mm diameter bend 8 No's.

H 75mm diameter bend 8 No's.

I 100mm diameter bend 8 No's.

Tees

I 50mm equal tee 10 No's.

J 75mm equal tee 8 No's.

K 100mm equal tee 8 No's.

Threaded Brass Adapter

L 50mm male/female threaded brass adapter 10 No's.

M 75mm male/female threaded brass adapter 18 No's.

N 100mm male/female threaded brass adapter 12 No's.

ValvesN 65mm diameter approved medium pressure screw down full way No'sn-rising stem wedge

gate valve to BS 5154 PN 20 for series B rating, with wheel and head joints to steel tubingand complete with round male threaded transition fittings. The gate valve to be as PEGLERor approved equivalent.

5 No's.

O 75mm diameter pipe union 8 No's.

Pipe SleevesP 100mm diameter heavy duty PVC pipe sleeves for crossing over columns and beams.

5 Lm

Pipe Sleeves

Q 150mm diameter GMS pipe sleeves for crossing over columns and beams. 5 Lm

R 200mm diameter GMS pipe sleeves for crossing over columns and beams. 5 Lm

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Water Storage TankA Supply, deliver and Assemble a water tank, made of hot dipped galvanised pressed steel

sectional tank plates 6mm thick plates (type 1 and 4) and of size 1,220mm x 1,220mmcapacity of tank to be 48,000 litres and of preferred dimensions 6,100mm x 6,100mm x1,220mm. The tank to come complete with tank cover, mosquito proof inspection vent,internal stays, jointing material, bolts and nuts including applying two coats of No'sn-toxicBituminous paint on the inside and two coats of aluminum paint on the outside. The tank tobe fabricated to BS 1564 standard. The tank shall be complete with the following pipeconnections:- -100mm diameter overflow

-100mm diameter outlet 1 No's

-100mm diameter inlet

-100mm diameter washout

B Domestic Riser Booster Pumps at pump room

Set of automatic electrically driven twin booster pumpset. One duty and the other onestandby with automatic changeover, capable of delivering 24m³ / hour against a head of45meters. The pumpset shall be on a common frame, complete with inlet and outletmanifolds and all accessories required for proper and satisfactory operation. It includespressure switches, 100L pressure vessel, time delay switch, a switch to protect against dryrun, timer, gate valves, No'sn-return valves, flow switch (65mm), 100mm diameter strainerand a float switch with 65 meter long control cable. The pump to be as Grundfos modelCR32-3 or approved equivalent. Pump to be installed on galvanised mild steel frame withapproved paint.

1 set

Control and Control Panel @pump roomC Control panel for booster pumps with contactors, over voltage and under voltage protection

relays, MCBs, phase failure protection, timer, start/stop push buttons and indicator lights. Itshall include 28 meter long float 4-core switch control cable. All these shall be housed in alockable cabinet (with integral isolator) made from SWG 18 mild steel sheet that is ovenpowder coated. It should include a change-over switch to enable the pumps to workalternately.To have necessary auxiliary contact for connection to BMS monitoring system.

1 Item

D Hydropneumatic pumping Set [For Low pressue zone]

Providing and fixing Hydropneumatic pumping system with VFD, three nos. stainless steelpump, 2900 Rpm, 415 Volts, 50 Hz, AC-3 phase supply TEFC motor with control paneland the following specification:-1 Set consists of 3 no. of stainless steel pump with SS shaft, S.S. Impller with motor,discharge of 150 lpm(9m³/hr) at 20 mtr. Head, 2 bladder vessel of 24 ltr capacity controlpanel with MCB's and contractor dry running prevention, excess pressure prevention,mounted on common base frame with VFD, pressure transducer, pressure gauges, commonsuction and delivery header [SS 316] with ball valves/NRVs, (Groundfos or eq.)

1 Triplex

Discharge of pump -150 lpm each

Head - 20 MetreApprox Kw of pump - 3Capacity of bladder vessel - 24 lit - 2 NosControl and Control Panel @pump room

E Control panel for booster pumps with contactors, over voltage and under voltage protectionrelays, MCBs, phase failure protection, timer, start/stop push buttons and indicator lights. Itshall include 8 meter long float 4-core switch control cable. All these shall be housed in alockable cabinet (with integral isolator) made from SWG 18 mild steel sheet that is ovenpowder coated. It should include a change-over switch to enable the pumps to workalternately.To have necessary auxiliary contact for connection to BMS monitoring system.

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Sump PumpF Twin submersible pumps capable of delivering 12m3/hr against 10M head, power rating

1.1KW, single phase, 50HZ asMCm 12/50 model Top 5 or equal and approved completewith control panel, associated electrical works, protection against dry run, on/off neonlights, control/pump status display panel, audio alarm with manual silencer to indicate whenthe pump is faulty, float switch and all necessary controls.

2 No's.

Bulk Water MeterG 100mm bulk water meter as ‘Kent’ or equal and approved equivalent for the connection to

the water drop pipework. 1 No's.

H 63mm bulk water meter as ‘Kent’ or equal and approved equivalent for the connection tothe water reticulate pipework. 1 No's.

SterilizationI Allow for flushing out and sterilizing the whole system with chlorine to the satisfaction of

the Project Engineer. 1 Item

Testing and CommissioningJ Allow for pressure testing and commissioning of the plumbing installation to the

satisfaction of the Engineer. 1 Item

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ELECTRICAL WORKS

A Allow for electrical works wiring and fitting to all pumps, control panel and float switches,from isolator provided by others with 3 metres distance. 1 Item

Valve Chamber

B Valve chamber size 750x750x600mm deep with 100mm concrete (1: 3: 6) base 100mmblock sides rendered all round in cement and sand (1:4) and with approved hinged andflanged cast iron cover and frame including all necessary excavation, disposal and formwork. 1 No's

C Supply, fixing in position auto air release valve (ARV)of 25mm n.b. of approved makewith body made of Cast Iron and Rubber Coated Wooden Brass with Brass Plug and othermoving parts of stainless steel & Screwed Ends as per BS Stardardard,PN 1.0.The scopeincludes provision of ball valve (between ring main & ARV ) for any maintenance shall bemade.

6 No's

Water Meter Chamber

D Meter chamber size 600x450x600mm deep with 100mm concrete (1: 3: 6) base 50mm blocksides rendered all round in cement and sand (1:4) and with approved hinged and flangedcast iron cover and frame including all necessary excavation, disposal and formwork. 1 No's

Sterilization

E Allow for flushing out and sterilizing the whole system with chlorine to the satisfaction ofthe Project Engineer. 1 Item

Testing and Commissioning

F Allow for pressure testing and commissioning of the plumbing installation to thesatisfaction of the Engineer. 1 Item

Underground Water Tank Fittings

Provide the following connections to concrete water tank done by others. Connections tobe in paddle flanges:

G 63mm diameter inlet pipe (Council mains). 1 Item

H 63mm diameter outlet pipe (hosereel). 1 Item

I 100mm diameter outlet pipe for domestic pump 2 Item

J200mm diameter outlet pipe for sprinkler pump 1 Item

K 100mm diameter for vent/overflow pipe 2 Item

L 20mm diameter for level indicator;To have necessary auxiliary contact for connection toBMS monitoring system. 2 Item

M 65mm diameter medium pressure ball valve for fitting for the underground tank (Councilmains). 2 No's

N65mm diameter high pressure ball valve for fitting for the irrigation tank. 1 No's

OAllow for connection the storm for the rain water drainage overflow 1 No's

PAllow for the construction of a Leaf filter before connection to irrigation tank 1 No's

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Water Booster Pumpset -RAINWATER TANK

Q Set of automatic electrically driven twin booster pumpset. One duty and the other onestandby with automatic changeover, capable of delivering 4m³ per hour against a head of30meters. The pumpset shall be on a common frame, complete with inlet and outletmanifolds and all accessories required for proper and satisfactory operation. It includespressure switches, 60L pressure vessel, time delay switch, a switch to protect against dry run,timer, gate valves, No'sn-return valves, flow switch (50mm), 75mm diameter strainer. Thepump to be as Grundfos model CM5-4A or approved equivalent. Pump to be installed ongalvanised mild steel frame with approved paint.

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Control and Control Panel

R Control panel for above pumps with contactors, over voltage and under voltage protectionrelays, MCBs, phase failure protection, timer, 40 meters long float switch control cable tothe roof tanks, start/stop push buttons and indicator lights. All these shall be housed in alockable cabinet (with integral isolator) made from SWG 18 mild steel sheet that is ovenpowder coated. There shall also be an adjustable time delay switch to ensure pumping cyclesare controlled to No'st more than 6 per hour. It should include a change-over switch toenable the pumps to work alternately.To have necessary auxiliary contact for connection toBMS monitoring system.

1 Item

Sterilization

S Allow for flushing out and sterilizing the whole system with chlorine to the satisfaction ofthe Project Engineer. 1 Item

Testing and Commissioning

T Allow for pressure testing and commissioning of the plumbing installation to thesatisfaction of the Engineer. 1 Item

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INTERNAL FOUL WATER DRAINAGE

Supply, deliver and install the following UPVC soil and waste systems respectively withfittings fixed to Manufactures Printed instructions and manufactured by reputablemanufacturers. Tenderers must allow in their pipework prices for all the couplings,clippings, connectors, joints etc. as required in the running lengths of pipework and alsowhere necessary, for pipe fixing clips, holder bats plugged and screwed for the proper andsatisfactory functioning of the system.

uPVC Waste and Soil pipework

A 100mm diameter heavy gauge golden brown UPVC pipe 200 Lm

B 100mm diameter heavy gauge grey UPVC pipe 2000 Lm

C 150mm diameter heavy gauge grey UPVC pipe 300 Lm

D 200mm diameter heavy gauge grey UPVC pipe 300 Lm

Bends

E 100mm diameter long radius bend (uPVC) 45 No's.

F 150mm diameter long radius bend (uPVC) 30 No's.

G 200mm diameter long radius bend (uPVC) 30 No's.

Tees

H 100mm diameter sweep tee 90 No's.

I 150mm diameter sweep tee 45 No's.

J 200mm diameter sweep tee 40 No's.

Access Caps

K 100mm diameter access cap 120 No's.

L 150mm diameter access cap 50 No's.

M200mm diameter access cap 65 No's.

Roof drain

O 100mm Trapped roof Floor Drains (279.2) with 450 dia mm gully inlet grating (282.6) asJosam series 2300 or Equal. 8 Item

Weathering Slates and Vent Cowls

P 100mm diameter weathering slate 8 No's.

Q 100mm diameter vent cowl 8 No's.

R 100mm Trapped Gully consisting of a 'P'-Trap Spigot Outlet (1849.4), 154 x 154mm MSCover (1845.4.501), and 10mm Square hopper (1845.4m) 12 No's.

Gully trapS Gully trap chamber size 350x350x450mm deep, in masonry walling, housing a uPVC gully

trap with drain pipe, 50mm thick P.C.C. cover with vent-hole etc.. Include all necessaryexcavations, disposal and making good.

4 No's.

Testing and Commissioning

T Allow for testing and commissioning of the drainage system installations to the satisfactionof the Engineer.

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RAIN WATER HAVESTING

Supply and fix uPVC pipes to BS 4660 and BS 4515 and MuPVC pipes to BS 5255 withscrewed and socketed joints to BS 21. Solvent welded joints shall be as per the system’smanufacturer’s written instructions.Tenderers must allow in their pipework prices for all the couplings, clippings, connectors,joints etc. as required in the running lengths of pipework and also where necessary, for pipefixing clips, holder bats plugged and screwed for the proper and satisfactory functioning ofthe system.

A 150mm diameter heavy gauge grey mUPVC down pipes 400 Lm

B 100mm diameter heavy gauge grey mUPVC down pipes 300 Lm

C 100mm diameter bend 16 No's.

D 100mm diameter cast iron fulbora 30 No's.

Rain Water ChambersE Constructrain water chamber size 450 x 450mm and averaging 450mm deep constructed in

100mm thick concrete base (1:3:6), approved 150mm block sides rendered all around incement and sand (1:4). It shall have an approved light duty cast iron cover and frame asmanufactured by E.A Foundry works. Include all necessary excavations, disposal and formwork.

10 No's.

Petrol InterceptorF A submersible pumps capable of delivering 5m3/hr against 16M head, power rating

0.92KW, single phase, 50HZ as Pedrollo model Top 5 or equal and approved complete withcontrol panel, associated electrical works, protection against dry run, on/off neon lights,control/pump status display panel, audio alarm with manual silencer to indicate when thepump is faulty, float switch and all necessary controls.To have necessary auxiliary contactfor connection to BMS monitoring system.

1 No's.

G 75mm uPVC pressure pipe class D 18 LM

H 75mm uPVC pressure pipe class D bends 3 LM

I 3 chamber petrol interceptor with interconnecting pipes and connections. 1 Item

J Floor Drainage

Provide, lay and join 100mm UPVC golden brown class 41 sewer pipe with flexible (rubberrings) joints including concrete bed and haunch. 200 LM

Excavate trench in soil/murram for above pipes Not exceeding 2000mm deep, part returnin, fill, ram and surplus cart away. Allow for connection to storm drain 130 LM

K(a) Irrigation pump

Providing and fixing Horizontal centrifugal pumping set with mechanical seal, C.I. pumpbody, SS impeller, stainless steel shaft, connected to a TEFC induction motor suitable for400/440 volts, 3 phase, 50 cycles A.C. supply with 50 mm dia pressure gauge with gunmetalisolation co*ck, vibration eliminating pads, base support complete in all respects.

Capacity 3,500 lph. Head 20 m. H.P. ~ 3(Pump Kirloskar/Mather & Platt) 1 set

K(b) Automation unit for the irrigation pump including a pressure switch and 100 lit. pressurevessel for auto-shut off the system in case of high pressure(non-operation of irrigationpoints) To have necessary auxiliary contact for connection to BMS monitoring system.

2 No's.

Gulley ChambersL 200 x 200mm concrete gulley with angle line frame ms 50 x 50 x 6mm thick and with steel

grating cover finished with two coats of red oxide. 8 No's.

M 800 x 400 x minimum 150mm deep concrete trench/Ramp/Floor with angle line frame ms50 x 50 x 6mm thick and with steel grating cover finished with two coats of redoxide.Channel grating to have removable cover as per detailed drawing.

10 No's.

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3 Total carried forward from rain water Havesting

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SOLAR WATER HEATING

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SOLAR SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION

A.OFFICES

Supply, installation, test and commission of the following split solar hot watersystem appliances complete with all the accessories including all connections to theservices, jointing to water supply, overflows, supports and all plugging and screwingto walls and frames. The hot water cyclinder shall be installed in a designated spaceat roof.

Solar Panels

A Supply solar water heating system comprising of Solar panel with multi-fin high selectivealuminium absorber with laser welded copper risers of haro design, 3m² dielectric nettabsorbing area, glass wool insulation, aluminium profile casing, low iron special solartempered glass and all other necessary interconnectors. The system shall be a closed circuittype of the solar heating system as Calpak - Eco 220A/2 ES (200liters) or equal andapproved. Solar panels to be contained at the Roof Space.

1

Hot Water Storage Cylinder -220ltr HWC

B Supply solar water heating system comprising of 1No's. 220 litres capacity hot water cylindercomplete with 3KW electric booster element and thermostat, cathodic protection withmagnesium aNo'sde according to DIN 4753/6, insulation of high density expandedpolyurathane, high quality enamelling against internal corrosion to DIN 4753 and all othernecessary interconnectors. The system shall be a closed circuit type of the solar heatingsystem as Calpak or equal and approved, and shall have connections for heating fluid(2No's) inlet and outlet, hotwater supply (1No's.) and cold water supply (1No's). Cylinder tobe contained in the Room Space.

1

Primary Circuit Circulating PumpC Circulating pump suitable for solar water re-circulation from solar tanks to solar panels. It

shall be complete with an 8 liter expansion suitable for the heating fluid complete withvalves and controls. All as Grundfos UPS 32-80 circulator pump and GT-HR or equal andapproved.

1

Solar Heater Controller

D The solar system shall be equipped with a heater controller wired such that it can displayand control the temperature of circulating fluid and the temperature of stored hot water,then the controller shall switch the electric circulation pump and/ or booster heaterelement ON/OFF.

1

Wiring

E Allow for all wiring to booster heater and circulation pump from local isolator supplied byothers for all the solar heating systems. 1

Safety Valve

F Temperature/pressure safety valve set to release when the water in the tanks exceed 85°C asmanufactured by Spirax Sarco Model No's. SV11 Pop Type or equal and approved. 1

No's- Return Valves

Gate Valves

G 25mm diameter screwed- in bonnet, full way No'sn-rising stem, solid wedge disk, bronzegate valve to BS 5154 PN 20 for series 'B' ratings with wheel head and transition fitting forjointing to PPR tubing.

2

H 25mm diameter screwed -in cap, lift type disc bronze No'sn-return valve to BS 5154 PN 32for series 'B' ratings. 2

I Primary Circuit Pipe workGalvanised medium grade class "B" Pipework complete with all the necessary fittings iebends, tees, reducers, unions etc screwed and jointed, pipe supports holder barts etc forsatisfactory completion and perfomance of the installation. 25mm diameter pipework 30 25mm diameter bend 825mm diameter pipe unions 425mm male/female threaded tee 4

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(Kshs)Bal/ bf

Tempering Valve

J 25 mm diameter tempering valve to mix the hot water supply to the fitings with cold watersupply to ensure a max of 55ºC to the secondary circuit pipework 1

Pipe InsulationK Allow for insulation for pipework, bends, tees and other fittings with 25mm thick industrial

grade insulation and shall comprise of 130 kg/m3 minimum density mineral fibre pipesections with factory applied fully bonded reinforced aluminium foil facing. The thermalconductivity of the insulate shall No'st exceed 0.033 W/m.K at 10°C mean.

40

L Secondary Circuit Pipe work - Connection to the Plumbers pipesPPR PN 20 Oxy stable Pipework and Fittings 25mm diameter pipework 55 25mm diameter bend 1225mm equal tee 1225mm diameter pipe unions 1225mm male/female threaded tee 12

Pipe InsulationM Allow for insulation for pipework, bends, tees and other fittings with 25mm thick industrial

grade insulation and shall comprise of 130 kg/m3 minimum density mineral fibre pipesections with factory applied fully bonded reinforced aluminium foil facing. The thermalconductivity of the insulate shall No'st exceed 0.033 W/m.K at 10°C mean.

2

Surge ProtectorN Power surge protector as Solatek to suite or equal and approved. 1

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Bal/ bf

SOLAR SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION

B. RESTAURANTPrice for supply, installation, test and commission of the following split solar hotwater system appliances complete with all the accessories including all connectionsto the services, jointing to water supply, overflows, supports and all plugging andscrewing to walls and frames. The hot water cyclinder shall be installed in adesignated space at roof.

Solar Collector PanelsA Supply solar water heating system comprising of Solar panel with multi-fin high selective

aluminium absorber with laser welded copper risers of haro design, 3m² dielectric nettabsorbing area, glass wool insulation, aluminium profile casing, low iron special solartempered glass and all other necessary interconnectors. The system shall be a closed circuittype of the solar heating system as Calpak - Eco 220A/2 ES ) or equal and approved. Solarpanels to be contained at the Roof Space.

8

Hot Water Storage Cylinder -1500ltr HWC

B Supply solar water heating system comprising of 1No's. 1,500 litres capacity hot watercylinder complete with 2KW electric booster element and thermostat, cathodic protectionwith magnesium aNo'sde according to DIN 4753/6, insulation of high density expandedpolyurathane, high quality enamelling against internal corrosion to DIN 4753 and all othernecessary interconnectors. The system shall be a closed circuit type of the solar heatingsystem as Calpak or equal and approved, and shall have connections for heating fluid(2No's) inlet and outlet, hotwater supply (1No's.) and cold water supply (1No's). Cylinder tobe contained in the Room Space.

1

Primary Circuit Circulating PumpC Circulating pump suitable for solar water re-circulation from solar tanks to solar panels. It

shall be complete with an 8 liter expansion suitable for the heating fluid complete withvalves and controls. All as Grundfos UPS 32-80 circulator pump and GT-HR or equal andapproved.

1

Solar Heater ControllerD The solar system shall be equipped with advanced differential tempeature controllerto

manage forced-circulation of the system controller wired such that it can digitally displayand control the temperature of circulating fluid and the temperature of stored hot water,then the controller shall switch the electric circulation pump and/ or booster heaterelement ON/OFF.

1

WiringE Allow for all wiring to booster heater and circulation pump from local isolator supplied by

others for all the solar heating systems. 1

Safety ValveF Temperature/pressure safety valve set to release when the water in the tanks exceed 85°C as

manufactured by Spirax Sarco Model No's. SV11 Pop Type or equal and approved. 1

Gate ValvesG 32mm diameter screwed- in bonnet, full way No'sn-rising stem, solid wedge disk, bronze

gate valve to BS 5154 PN 20 for series 'B' ratings with wheel head and transition fitting forjointing to PPR tubing.

2

No's- Return ValvesH 32mm diameter screwed -in cap, lift type disc bronze No'sn-return valve to BS 5154 PN 32

for series 'B' ratings. 2

I Primary Circuit Pipe workGalvanised medium grade class "B" Pipework complete with all the necessary fittings iebends, tees, reducers, unions etc screwed and jointed, pipe supports holder barts etc forsatisfactory completion and perfomance of the installation.32mm diameter pipework 45 25mm diameter bend 825mm diameter pipe unions 425mm male/female threaded tee 4

Tempering Valve

J 32mm diameter tempering valve to mix the hot water supply to the fitings with cold watersupply to ensure a max of 55ºC to the secondary circuit pipework 1

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SOLAR WATER HEATING INSTALLATION

Item Description Qty Unit Rate (Kshs) Amount(Kshs)

Bal/ bf

Pipe InsulationK Allow for insulation for pipework, bends, tees and other fittings with 25mm thick industrial

grade insulation and shall comprise of 130 kg/m3 minimum density mineral fibre pipesections with factory applied fully bonded reinforced aluminium foil facing. The thermalconductivity of the insulate shall No'st exceed 0.033 W/m.K at 10°C mean.

90

L Secondary Circuit Pipe work - Connection to the Plumbers pipesPPR PN 20 Oxy stable Pipework and Fittings32mm diameter pipework 80 25mm diameter pipework 50 25mm diameter bend 1425mm equal tee 1425mm diameter pipe unions 1425mm male/female threaded tee 14

Secondary Circuit Circulating PumpM Circulating pump suitable for solar water re-circulation from solar tanks to solar panels. It

shall be complete with an 8 liter expansion suitable for the heating fluid complete withvalves and controls. All as Grundfos UPS 32-80 circulator pump and GT-HR or equal andapproved.To have necessary auxiliary contact for connection to BMS monitoring system.

1

Pipe InsulationN Allow for insulation for pipework, bends, tees and other fittings with 25mm thick industrial

grade insulation and shall comprise of 130 kg/m3 minimum density mineral fibre pipesections with factory applied fully bonded reinforced aluminium foil facing. The thermalconductivity of the insulate shall No'st exceed 0.033 W/m.K at 10°C mean.

90

Surge ProtectorO Power surge protector as Solatek to suite or equal and approved. 1

P Feed tank

Supply ,Deliver and install 3000 litres mild steel pressed panels feed water tank with

internal bracings, brackets, calibrated level indicator, 1.5mm thick galvanized roof

cover, fasteners, standard 100 NB threaded nozzles, sealants, lockable manhole . Tank

to be sectional steel cold water storage tanks build complete (3,660X1,220X1,220mm in

height) with sealed taps, access cover, drain co*cks, painted including all hoisting and

placing .The tank shall have provision for external ladder if necessary and water No 1level indicator outlet coneections as outlined below2 NO. 50mm diameter inlet Pipe connection1. NO 50mm diameter outlet connection.1.NO 65mm overflow pipe connection.1.NO 15mm Warning pipe connection.1.NO 75mm Internal washout outlet.3.NO 50mm ball valves Pegler1.NO 75mm Gate valve as Pegler

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FIRE FIGHTING -INSTALLATIONS

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SPRINKLER INSTALLATION

Supply the following sprinkler installation as described and shown on the drawing.All pipework in this installation to be black steel heavy grade class C to BS 1387 and fittingsto BS 143.Tenderers must allow for jointings, couplings, plugging, clampings, reducers,mortices, hangers, clippings etc necessary for the proper functioning of the installationwhen pricing.Tenderers should also include in their prices for approved paint for additional protection ofthe pipes.

A 200mm ditto.Lm 50

B 150mm ditto.Lm 350

C 100mm ditto.Lm 70

D 80mm dittoLm 150

E 65mm dittoLm 160

F 40mm dittoLm 25

G 32mm dittoLm 60

H 25mm dittoLm 1500

TEES. EQUAL/UNEQUAL

I 25x25x15mm diameter teeNo's 336

J 32x32x15mm diameter teeNo's. 30

K 40x40x15mm dittoNo's. 30

L 40x40x25mm dittoNo's. 7

M 40x40x32mm dittoNo's. 15

N 65x65x32mm dittoNo's. 4

O 65x65x40mm dittoNo's. 12

P 80x80x25mm dittoNo's. 120

Q 80x80x32mm dittoNo's. 40

R 80x80x40mm dittoNo's. 12

S 100x100x80mm dittoNo's. 5

T 100x100x100mm dittoNo's. 5

U 150x150x80mm dittoNo's. 10

V 200 x 200 x 150 mm dittoNo's. 3

REDUCER

X 25x15mm diameterNo's. 336

Y 32x25mm diameterNo's. 50

Z 40x32mm diameterNo's. 15

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A 65x25mm diameter No's. 104

B 65x32mm diameter No's. 6

C 65x40mm diameter No's. 9

D 80x40mm diameter No's. 6

E 80x65mm diameter No's. 30

F 100x80mm diameter No's. 5

G 150x80mm diameter No's. 8

H 150x100mm diameter No's. 5

I 200x150mm diameter No's. 5

BENDS/ ELBOWS

J 25mm diameter No's. 300

K 32mm diameter No's. 50

L 40mm diameter No's. 60

M 65mm diameter No's. 40

N 80mm diameter No's. 15

O 100mm diameter No's. 8

P 150mm diameter No's. 8

Q 200mm diameter No's. 4

Valves & AncillariesSupply, install, test, set to work, and commission valves and ancillaries including allaccessories and fittings needed for installation as following and as per drawings

A O.S & Y Gate valve, flanged end with tamper switch

Diameter 200 mm (8 Inch) No's. 4

Diameter 75 mm (3 Inch) No's. 4

Diameter 25 mm (1 Inch) No's. 4

B Check valve, flanged end

Diameter 200 mm (8 Inch) No's. 4

Diameter 150 mm (6 Inch) No's. 4

Diameter 75 mm (3 Inch) No's. 8

Diameter 40 mm (1½ Inch) No's. 8

C Flexible coupling, single sphere

Diameter 200 mm (8 Inch) No's. 4

Wafer check valve, 150 mm diameter (6 Inch) No's. 4

Fire pump main relief valve, 150 mm diameter (6 Inch) No's. 2

Automatic air release valve, 40 mm diameter (1½ Inch) No's. 2

Fuel tank, 50 Gallon capacity No's. 1Swing bronze check valve, 20 mm diameter (¾ Inch) No's. 4

Ball valve, 20 mm diameter (¾ Inch) No's. 4

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D Pressure gauge, 100 mm diameter (4 Inch), 0 to 300 PSI range No's. 2

E 200 mm (8Inch) diameter PVC vent pipe with gooseneck and stainless steel insect screen sum 1

H Provision for pipe sleeves, no leak flanged, etc for underground tanks sum 1

I Control cables & connection to alarm system sum 1

J Flow Meter on 200 mm (8 Inch) diameter pipe line size No's. 2

K Line gate valves for diameter 200 mm (8 Inch) No's. 4

L Regular flanges internal diameter 75 mm (3 Inch) No's. 12

M Blind flanges internal diameter 200 mm (8 Inch) No's. 1

N Ditto but 75 mm (3 Inch) No's. 2

General Ancillary Items for Pipework

OMount the sprinkler pipe-work to building fabric. Pipework supports and anchoring shall bedesigned and constructed to NFPA 13 - 2002 Edition. Allow for pipe sleeves throughstructural walls, beams and columns as per the specifications.

Item 1

P Paint the sprinkler pipe-work installation with a coat of red oxide primer, undercoat and twogloss coats to NFPA colour code specification. Item 1

INSTALLATION CONTROL VALVE -UL/LPCB listed

Q 200mm diameter installation butterfly sprinkler installation control valve complete with thefollowing:-i. Main Stop alarm valveii. Wet alarm valveiii. Combined drain and test valvesiv. Pressure gaugesv. Alarm pressure switchvi. Alarm motor stop valvesvii. Strainersviii. Alarm motor and gongsThe above installation to be as manufactured by Firekil International or equal and approved.

No's 2

BREECHING INLETR A four way inlet breeching shall be installed for use by Fire Brigade Authorities. Each inlet

shall consist of a 65mm diameter male instantaneous coupling to BS 336 with a No'snreturn valve and a blank cap secured with a short length of chain. The inlets shall begrouped together into a single casing (Breeching piece) with a single flanged or screwedoutlet.The unit shall be contained in a sheet metal inlet box with a wired glass door in accordancewith BS 3980.

No's 1

SPRINKLER HEAD -UL/LPCB listed

S 15mm diameter automatic sprinkler head, pendant convectional pattern with universaldeflector and red bulb for 68o C (degrees celcius) operating temperature as manufactured byFirekil International or equal and approved.

No's 300

T Ditto but side wall automatic sprinkler heads No's 90

U Allow for chains and padlocks to secure the fire fighting system valves in the predeterminedpositions No's 24

SPARES

VSprinkler heads for spare as above

No's 24

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PUMPS -UL/LPCB listed

A Supply and install packaged sprinkler pumping set as NAFFCO or equal and approvedcomprising of duty and standby pumps.One pump shall be electrically driven and the other one diesel driven, complete with startingmotor etc. and capable of delivering at least 33 l/Sec (120M³/HR). against a pressure of atleast 3.2 bar to BS 12845, with a jockey pump of capacity 30 l/min.as Grundfos and apressure head of 3.5 bar. The pumping set to have a testing manifold and control panelcomplete with connections to equipment incorporated on a common pumps base frame. Allinstalled on a welded mild steel frame for ease of installation and to be with alignmentfacilities and mountings. The system to be complete with 200 mm diameter inlet and outletmanifold.

Set 1

B supply 200 mm diameter inlet and outlet manifolds complete with the necessary tees forconnection to the pumps. set 2

C 75mm diameter high pressure ball valve for the concrete tankNo's 1

DFuel for the pump system

Litres 200

E Allow for a sum of painting the whole installation to the approval of the Engineer as perF.O.C. rules Item 1

F Allow for Electrical connections from isolator supplied by others within three metres ofcontrol panel, to all machines and equipment of the sprinkler system. Item 1

G Allow for submission of ‘As installed drawings’ two copies for plan and Isometric layout ofthe Installation, including operation and maintenance manuals. Item 1

H Allow for setting to work, testing and commissioning of the whole system to the satisfactionof the Engineer Item 1

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Item Description Qty Unit Amount(K.Shs.)

HYDRANTS

A Pipe works

Providing, fixing, testing and commissioning of under ground M.S. ERW Black Heavy dutypipes as per Black Steel ASTM A 53 Schedule 40 category pipes(upto 150 mm dia.) Andabove) including cutting, screwing, welding etc. with providing all fittings like flanges, bends,tees, elbows, reducers, clamps, hangers etc. laid in trenches which shall be provided withanti corrosive treatment with 2 coats of asphaltic primer and wound with polymeric tapof thickness 4 mm with support of 250 x 250 x 200 mm PCC supports at intervals of 3.5m with necessary clamps, air valves etc. as required.

Fire Water External Pipe as per drawings

Diameter 160 mm (6 Inch) 120 m

Diameter 110 mm (4 Inch) 80 m

Diameter 63 mm (2 ½ Inch) 78 m

B Valves and Pipeline Ancillaries

Supply, install, test, set to work, and commission all valves and pipeline ancillaries asfollowingDiameter 150 mm (6 Inch) direct valve, epoxy coated with extension spindle, valve boxcover and T-key wrench 3 No.

Ditto but with diameter 63 mm (2 ½ Inch) 1 No.

CSupply, install, test, set to work, and commission Fire Hydrants 63 mm Diameter completewith guard post, valve, axe wrench & fittings including thrust joints, thrust block excavation& backfilling.

4 No.

D Supply, install, test, set to work, and commission Fire house for fire hydrant complete withfire hoses, Axe, wrenches & fire blankets 4 No.

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Item Description Qty Unit Amount(K.Shs.)

Hose reel installations

Supply and install the following fire fighting installation and equipment as described andshown on the contract drawings or as shall be instructed by the Engineer. Tenderers shouldallow for all fittings, jointings couplings including unions and clamps where necessary for

Hosereel InstallationHosereel - UL/LPCB listed

A 20mm diameter 30m long swinging type hose reel complete with delivery valve, mild steelfeed pipe, isolation valve, guide and all other accessories as "Angus Fire Armour" or equaland approved.

36 No's.

GMS Pipework, Class B

B 20mm diameter pipework 50 Lm

C 25mm diameter pipework 30 Lm

D 50mm diameter pipework 180 Lm

E 65mm diameter pipework 80 Lm

Extra Over GMS Pipework

Bends

F 20mm diameter bend 25 No's.

G 25mm diameter bend 25 No's.

H 50mm diameter bend 4 No's.

I 65mm diameter bend 10 No's.

Tees

J 50mm diameter equal tee 36 No's.

K 65mm diameter equal tee 8 No's.

Valves

L 25mm diameter approved medium pressure screw down full way No'sn-rising stem wedgegate valve to BS 1952, with wheel and head joints to steel tubing. The gate valve to be asPEGLER or approved equivalent.

36 No's.

M 50mm diameter ditto 2 No's.

N 65mm diameter ditto 1 No's.

O 25mm diameter air release valve 2 No's.

P 25mm diameter Pressure reducing valve ( 3bar) 6 No's.

Reducers

Q 50 x 25 mm diameter reducer 34 No's.

R 65 x 50 mm diameter reducer 4 No's.

Unions

S 25mm diameter pipe union 40 No's.

T 50mm diameter pipe union 20 No's.

U 65mm diameter pipe union 12 No's.

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Hosereel Pumpset -UL/LPCB listed

V Hosereel pumpset, one duty, the other standby mounted on a frame with a mild steel baseplate. Each pump shall have a duty 12m3/hr. against 60m head as Grundfos CR 10-09 orapproved equivalent. In addition, there shall be a 100 litres diaphragm pressure vessel (asVarem or approved equivalent), pressure switches, a switch to protect dry run, 65mm footvalve and strainer, tank connections, timer, gate valves and No'sn-return valves. Thepressure set to be as Dayliff or equal and approved.Control shall be effected via a pressure switch through a pre-wired control panel which shallgive automatic change-over from duty to standby pump within 5 seconds should the dutypump fail to deliver for any reason.

1 Set

Control and Control Panel

W Control panel for the above pumps with contactors, over voltage and under voltageprotection relays, MCBs, start/stop push buttons and indicators lights. All this shall behoused in a lockable cabinet (with integral isolator) made from SWG 18 mild steel sheet thatis oven powder coated. The controls shall also include a float switch or flow switch forprevention against dry running complete with its cable.

1 Item

Painting

X Allow for painting of the hosereel installation with 2 coats of super gloss paint on a primercoat to the approval of the Project Engineer. 1 Item

Standard Printed Lable

Y Standard printed lables for the fire cupboards. 36 No's.

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DRY RISER INSTALLATIONS

Item Description Qty Unit Amount(K.Shs.)

Two Way Fire Brigade Breeching Inlet

B 150mm diameter inlet breeching with four way inlets, each inlet consisting of a 65mmdiameter male instantaneous coupling with a No'sn-return valve and black cap secured witha short length of chain.

1 No's.

Landing ValveC 65 mm diameter, gunmetal gate pattern landing valve (pillar type) with flanged inlet and

female instantaneous outlet fitted with plug secured by short chains and fixed on 100mmdiameter riser pipe.

9 No's.

Fire HoseD 65mm diameter, 30 metres long canvas fire hose complete with branch pipe, No'szzle,

female instantaneous coupling head, hanging hook and other associated fittings for itsproper functioning.

9 No's.

E Associated PipeworkSupply and installation of Galvanized mild steel piping and fittings with screwed & socketedjoint to medium grade class “B” to BS. 1387.

GMS Pipework

F 150mmm diameter pipe 60 Lm

G 100mm diameter pipe 30 Lm

H 65mm diameter ditto 80 Lm

Extra over Pipework

Bends/Elbows

I 150mm diameter bends/elbows 6 No's.

J 100mm diameter bends/elbows 17 No's.

Tees

K 150X150X100mm tee 3 No's.

L 100 x 100 x 100mm tee 2 No's.

M 100 x 100 x 65mm tee 17 No's.

Reducers

M 150x100mm reducer 3 No's.

N 100 x 25mm reducer 12 No's.

Valves

O25mm air release valves

2 No's.

P 65mm isolating valve with its associated unions 9 No's.

Q 65mm diameter flange 9 No's.

Painting

R Allow for painting of the dry riser installation with 2 coats of super gloss paint on a primercoat to the approval of the Project Engineer. 1 Item

Excavation

S Excavate trench in soil/murram for water pipes No'st exceeding 1000mm deep and average750mm deep, part return in, fill, ram and surplus cart away. 40 Lm

Testing and Commissioning

T Allow for testing and commissioning of the Hydrant installations to the satisfaction of theEngineer. 1 Item

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Item Description Qty Unit Amount(Kshs)

Portable Fire Extinguishers - UL/LPCB listed

Supply, deliver, install, test and commission the following portable fire extinguishers,LPCBrated and conforming to BS EN 3 / BS 1449.Water/Carbon Dioxide Gas Fire Extinguisher

A 9 litres water/carbon dioxide gas portable fire extinguisher complete with pressure gauge,initial charge and mounting brackets. 32 No's

Carbon Dioxide Gas Fire Extinguisher

B 5kg carbon dioxide gas portable fire extinguisher complete with pressure gauge, initialcharge and mounting brackets. 16 No's

Dry Chemical Powder Fire Extinguisher

C 9kg dry chemical podwer portable fire extinguisher complete with pressure gauge, initialcharge and mounting brackets. 16 No's

Automatic Dry Chemical Powder Fire Extinguisher

D 10kg automatic dry chemical podwer fire extinguisher complete with pressure gauge, initialcharge, glass bulb, sprinkler head and mounting base. The operating temperature of the bulb

o

4 No's

Manual Alarm Bell

E 9" (225mm) manual operated alarm bell (Gong) 32 No's

Fire Notices

F Allow for fire signage for the hose reel system, fire exits and fire instructions as as describedin the particular specifications and to the Project Engineer's approval. 32 No's

Clean Agent Fire Suppression System (FM200)Non HFC)

G Supply, Install, test and commissioning clean agent fire suppression system complete withpiping, control valve,cylinders including all necessary fittings, supports, all relatedaccessories and fixing supports in compliance with NFPA and civil defence approval; all inaccordance with the detailed drawings and specification. NB; Not to containCFCs, hyrochloroflourocarbons (HFCs)or Halons

i) LV room1 Sum

ii) Strong room1 Sum

iii) Kitchen restaurant1 Sum

iv) Server room3 Sum

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Item Description Amount (K.Shs.)

1

2

3

4

5

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COLLECTION PAGE FOR FIREFIGHTING

Total brought forward from sprinkler………………………………

Total brought forward from dry riser installations………………..

Total brought forward from portable installations…………….

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Item Description Quantity Unit Rate

SUNDRY / GENERAL ITEMS

A Allow for permits, fees, inspection associated with the electrical installation by utility andstatutory authorities. Item 1

B Allow for all identification labels, plates, charts and

identification of plant, equipment, pipes and the like all in Item 1

accordance with specification .

C Allow for preparing schedule of manufacturers

recommended tools and spare parts for each piece of equipment. Item 1

D Allow for fire stopping in accordance with the drawings

specification and local authorities requirements, Item Item 1

E Allow for instructing selected employer's personnel on all

aspects of the operation of systems and equipment . Item 1

F

The contractor shall list here other items not included above but included in theSpecifications and/or drawings and necessary for the complete and satisfactory completionof this section of the Works. Such items shall be deemed to be included unless specified. Item 1

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SUMMARY PAGE

Item Description Amount(K.Shs.)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Sub-total…………………

Add 7.5% of sub-total for contingency to be used for authorised

TOTAL CARRIED TO FORM OF TENDER…………………...…………....

Name and Address of Tenderer:

Signature of Tenderer: Date:

KShs……

Page I-24 P & Drainage common areas works.…………………………..……..…………..…………….

Page I-24 Total for CEO office & Restaurant..……………………..…………..………………….….

Total from PageI-14 ; Typical Floor Plumbing works……………………………………..……

KShs…

KShs……

Page I-40 Fire fighting instaltion works …………………………………...…………..…………………….

Page I-41 Sundries/General items works …………………………….…..…………..…………………….

Page I-30 Solar water heating instaltion works ……………………..………….……..…………………….

Preliminariesof total works Carried forward from page I-6……………………………………………

Complying with specifications Parts B & C : ……………………………………………...……

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SCHEDULE OF UNIT RATES

ITEM DESCRIPTION UNITRATE(KShs)

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

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21.

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25.

26.

27.

28.

29.

30.

31.

32.

Water Closet

Disabled wc Set

Toilet roll holder

Robe hook

Mirrors

Towel rail

Towel bar

Kitchen sink

Wash Hand Basin

Basin mixer

Urinal

Urinal sensor

PPR Pipes,

PEX pipes

Valves

Upvc Pipes

Domestic Riser Booster Pump

Sump Pump

Hydroneumatic pumping set.

Water meter

Rain water pumps set

Irrigation pump

Fire extinguishers

DCP ditto

GMS pipe

Gate Valves

Hose reels,

Fire suppression systems( FM200)

Fire hydrants

Fire pump

Sprinkler head bulbs

Black steel Pipes and fittings

No.

LM

LM

LM

No.

No.

No.

No.

LM

No.

No.

No

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33.

34

35 .

Valves Fire pump

Shower fittings

SCHEDULE RATES -SOLAR

ITEM

DESCRIPTION UNIT RATE

1

2

3

4

Solar Panels and Hot Water StorageCylinder

Solar Header Tank

Circulation Pumps

Calorifier

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SECTION J:

TECHNICAL SCHEDULE OF ITEMS TO BE SUPPLIED

CONTENTS

CLAUSE No. PAGE

1. GENERAL NOTES TO THE TENDERER………………………. J-1

2. TECHNICAL SCHEDULE…………………………………………. J-2

3. TECHNICAL DATA …………………………………………. J-3 to J-4

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TECHNICAL SCHEDULE

1. General Notes to the Tenderer

1.1 The tenderer shall submit technical schedules for all materials and equipmentupon which he has based his tender sum.

1.2 The tenderer shall also submit separate comprehensive descriptive andperformance details for all plant apparatus and fittings described in the technicalschedules. Manufacturer’s literature shall be accepted. Failure to comply with thismay have his tender disqualified.

1.3 Completion of the technical schedule shall not relieve the Contractor fromcomplying with the requirements of the specifications except as may be approvedby the Engineer.

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TECHNICAL SCHEDULEThe tenderer must complete in full the technical schedule. Apart from the information requiredin the technical schedule, the tenderer MUST SUBMIT comprehensive manufacturer’stechnical brochures and performance details for all items listed in this schedule (fill formsattached).

ITEM DESCRIPTION MANUFACTURER COUNTRYOF

ORIGIN

REMARKS(CatalogueNo. etc.)

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

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13.

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31.

Water Closet

Diasble wc Set

Toilet roll holder

Robe hook

Mirrors

Towel rail

Towel bar

Kitchen sink

Wash Hand Basin

Basin mixer

Urinal

Urinal sensor

PPR Pipes,

PEX pipes

Valves

Upvc Pipes

Domestic Riser Booster Pump

Sump Pump

Hydroneumatic pumping set.

Water meter

Rain water pumps set

Irrigation pump

Fire extinguishers

DCP ditto

GMS pipe

Gate Valves

Hose reels,

Fire suppression systems(

FM200)

Fire hydrants

Fire pump

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32.

33.

34

35 .

Sprinkler head bulbs

Black steel Pipes and fittings

Valves Fire pump

Shower fittings

The tenderer shall also submit separate comprehensive descriptive and performance details for all plantapparatus and fittings, as described in the technical schedule.

TECHNICAL SCHEDULE-SOLAR

The tenderer must complete in full the technical schedule. Apart from the information requiredin the technical schedule, the tenderer MUST SUBMIT comprehensive manufacturer’stechnical brochures and performance details for all items listed in this schedule (fill formsattached).

ITEM

DESCRIPTION MANUFACTURER

COUNTRY OF

ORIGIN

REMARKS(Catalogue No. etc.)

1

2

3

4

Solar Panels and HotWater Storage Cylinder

Solar Header Tank

Circulation Pumps

Calorifier

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SECTION K:

DRAWING SCHEDULE

CONTENTS

CLAUSE No. PAGE

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DRAWING SCHEDULE:

As shall be provided during project implementation.

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SECTION L:

STANDARD FORMS

NOTE:

ALL FORMS IN THIS SECTION MUST BE FILLED AS THEY SHALL BE PARTOF THE EVALUATION CRITERIA

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STANDARD FORMS

CONTENTS

FORM PAGE

1. PERFORMANCE BANK GUARANTEE………………………….L-1

2. TENDER QUESTIONNAIRE…………………………………… L-2

3. CONFIDENTIAL BUSINESS QUESTIONNAIRE………………L-3 to L-4

4. KEY PERSONNEL……………………………………………… L-5

5. CONTRACTS COMPLETED IN THE LAST FIVE (5) YEARS.. L-6

6 SCHEDULE OF ON-GOING PROJECTS……………………….. L-7

7 FINANCIAL REPORTS FOR THE LAST FIVE YEARS …. L-8

8 EVIDENCE OF FINANCIAL RESOURCES……………….. L-9

9 NAME OF THE BANKERS………………………………….. L-10

10 DETAILS OF LITIGATIONS OR ARBITRATIONPROCEEDINGS ……………………………………………… L-11

11 SCHEDULE OF MAJOR ITEMS OF CONTRACTOR’S EQUIPMENTPROPOSED FOR CARRYING OUT THE WORKS………………L-12

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PERFORMANCE BANK GUARANTEETo: The Government of the Republic of Kenya

Represented by:

THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Konza Technopolis development Authority. P.O. Box 30519-00100

WHEREAS ……………………………………….(hereinafter called “the Contractor”) hasundertaken, in pursuance of Contract No. ………………………… dated ……………… toexecute ………………………………………………… (hereinafter called “the Works”);

AND WHEREAS it has been stipulated by you in the said Contract that the Contractor shallfurnish you with a Bank Guarantee by a recognized bank for the sum specified therein as securityfor compliance with his obligations in accordance with the Contract;

AND WHEREAS we have agreed to give the Contractor such a Bank Guarantee:

NOW THEREFORE we hereby affirm that we are the Guarantor and responsible to you, onbehalf of the Contractor, up to a total of:Kshs. …………………………………. (amount of Guarantee in figures)Kenya Shillings…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….(amount of Guarantee in words),and we undertake to pay you, upon your first written demand and without cavil or argument, anysum or sums within the limits of Kenya Shillings ……………………..……………………………………………………………….. (amount of Guarantee in words) asaforesaid without your needing to prove or to show grounds or reasons for your demand for thesum specified therein.

We hereby waive the necessity of your demanding the said debt from the Contractor beforepresenting us with the demand.

We further agree that no change, addition or other modification of the terms of the Contract orof the Works to be performed there under or of any of the Contract documents which may bemade between you and the Contractor shall in any way release us from any liability under thisGuarantee, and we hereby waive notice of any change, addition, or modification.

This guarantee shall be valid until the date of issue of the Certificate of Completion.

SIGNATURE AND SEAL OF THE GUARANTOR …………………………….

Name of Bank ………………………………………………………………….

Address ………………………………………

Date ……………………………………………………………………………

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TENDER QUESTIONNAIRE

Please fill in block letters.

1. Full names of Tenderer:

………………………………………………………………………………………

2. Full address of Tenderer to which tender correspondence is to be sent (unless an agenthas been appointed below):

………………………………………………………………………………………

3. Telephone number (s) of Tenderer:

………………………………………………………………………………………

4. Telex/Fax Address of Tenderer:………………………………………………………………………………………

5. Name of Tenderer’s representative to be contacted on matters of the tender during thetender period:………………………………………………………………………………………

6. Details of Tenderer’s nominated agent (if any) to receive tender notices. This is essentialif the Tenderer does not have his registered address in Kenya (name, address, telephone,telex):

………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………

_______________________Signature of Tenderer

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CONFIDENTIAL BUSINESS QUESTIONNAIRE

You are requested to give the particulars indicated in Part 1 and either Part 2 (a), 2 (b) or 2(c) and(2d) whichever applies to your type of business.

You are advised that it is a serious offence to give false information on this Form.

Part 1 – General

Business Name ………………………………………………………………………

Location of business premises: Country/Town……………………….

Plot No……………………………………… Street/Road …………………………

Postal Address……………………………… Tel No………………………………..

Nature of Business…………………………………………………………………..

Current Trade Licence No…………………… Expiring date…………………

Maximum value of business which you can handle at any time:Kenya Shillings………………………………………………………………………

Name of your bankers………………………………………………………………

Branch…………………………………………………………………………………

Part 2 (a) – Sole Proprietor

Your name in full…………………………………… Age…………………………

Nationality………………………………… Country of Origin…………………

Citizenship details …………………………………………………………………

Part 2 (b) – Partnership

Give details of partners as follows:

Name in full Nationality Citizenship Details Shares

1. ………………… ………………. ……………………….. ……..

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Part 2(c) – Registered Company

Private or Public ……………………………………………………………………………

State the nominal and issued capita of the company:

Nominal KShs. …………………..

Issued KShs. …………………..

Give details of all directors as follows:

Name in full Nationality Citizenship Details* Shares

1. ……………….. …………… ……………………….. ………..

2. ……………….. …………… ……………………….. ………..

3. ……………….. …………… ……………………….. ………..

4. ……………….. …………… ……………………….. ………..

Part 2(d) Interest in the Firm:

Is there any person/persons in the employment of the Government of Kenya WHO has interestin this firm? Yes/No ……. (Delete as necessary)

I certify that the above information is correct.

………………….. ………………….…………………………….Title Signature Date

* Attach proof of citizenship

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KEY PERSONNEL

Qualifications and experience of key personnel proposed for administration andexecution of the Contract.

POSITION NAME YEARS OFEXPERIENCE

(GENERAL)

YEARS OFEXPERIENCEIN PROPOSED

POSITION

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I certify that the above information is correct.

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CONTRACTS COMPLETED IN THE LAST FIVE (5) YEARS

Work performed on works of a similar nature and volume over the last five years.

PROJECT NAME NAME OF CLIENT TYPE OF WORKAND YEAR OFCOMPLETION

VALUE OFCONTRACT

(Kshs.)

I certify that the above works were successfully carried out and completed by ourselves.

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SCHEDULE OF ON-GOING PROJECTSDetails of on-going or committed projects, including expected completion date.

PROJECTNAME

NAME OF CLIENT CONTRACTSUM

%COMPLETE

COMPLETION DATE

I certify that the above works are currently being carried out by ourselves.

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FINANCIAL REPORTS FOR THE LAST FIVE YEARS(Balance sheets, Profits and Loss Statements, Auditor’s reports, etc. List below and attach copies)

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EVIDENCE OF FINANCIAL RESOURCES TO MEETQUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS(Cash in Hand, Lines of credit, e.t.c. List below and attach copies ofsupportive documents.)

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NAME, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE, TELEX AND FACSIMILE OFBANKS(This should be for banks that may provide reference if contacted by theemployer)

NAME ADDRESS TELEPHONE TELEX FACSIMILE

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DETAILS OF LITIGATIONS OR ARBITRATION PROCEEDINGS INWHICH THE TENDERER IS INVOLVED AS ONE OF THE PARTIES

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SCHEDULE OF MAJOR ITEMS OF CONTRACTOR’S EQUIPMENT PROPOSEDFOR CARRYING OUT THE WORKS

ITEM OFEQUIPMENT

DESCRIPTION,MAKE AND AGE(Years)

CONDITION(New, good,poor) andnumberavailable

OWNED, LEASED(From whom?), orto be purchased(From whom?)

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FAQs

What is the masterplan of Konza Technopolis? ›

MASTERPLAN. Konza was planned as a mixed-use, high density walkable city that accommodates a diversity of programs and districts. By avoiding superblocks and auto-orientated roadways, Konza will be a livable, sustainable urban environment that encourages high-value development and discourages sprawl.

Is Konza city under construction? ›

Currently, as part of Phase One, the Konza Complex has been completed as other projects continue. The ongoing projects include the construction of the Konza National Data Centre & Smart City facilities project and the construction of the Kenya Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST).

What is the strategic plan of Konza city? ›

The strategic plan will steer the Authority in the fulfilment of our core mandate; To develop Konza Technopolis as a globally competitive smart city by creating an enabling environment through the utilization of ICT for socio-economic development.

What is the mandate of Konza Technopolis? ›

KoTDA's mandate is to: - • Market Konza: To establish a strong value proposition to encourage businesses to set up in Konza Technopolis and carry out any other activity that the board considers necessary for the promotion and facilitation of development of ICT products and services within Konza.

Why invest in Konza City? ›

Strategic Location: Konza is located in close proximity to major cities in East Africa such as Nairobi, which is a major commercial hub. This location provides easy access to regional markets and infrastructure, making it an attractive destination for companies looking to expand in the region.

Why did Konza City fail? ›

Grandiose plans, red tape and a lack of funding have left Konza Technopolis - the $14.5 billion new city to be built some 60km south-east of Nairobi - way behind schedule on its goal of having 20,000 people on site by 2020.

Which is the smartest city in Kenya? ›

Kenya's Konza smart city will be Africa's most advanced tech hub.

Who is the CEO of konza city? ›

With barely four months in office at the apex of Kenya's Vision 2030 flagship project, Konza Technopolis, CEO John Paul Okwiri sat with the Business Daily to outline his strategy as he races against time to deliver the smart city with only six years to the landmark year.

Is Konza City a smart city? ›

As a smart city, Konza will gather data from smart devices and sensors embedded in the urban environment, such as roadways, buildings, and other assets.

Who is financing Konza city? ›

Kenya signs a Financing Agreement with Republic of Korea for the development of a Digital Media City at Konza Technopolis.

How big is Konza city? ›

5,000 acres

What is the strategic plan of Kenya? ›

Ultimately, the goal is to promote sustainable and inclusive development for the benefit of the Kenyan people. The Strategic Plan has been developed using the guidelines on preparation of 5th generation Strategic Plan provided by the National Treasury and Economic Planning. The Plan is aligned with MTP IV and BETA.

What is the purpose and vision of Konza city? ›

Konza (Konza Technopolis ) is a key flagship project of Kenya's Vision 2030 economic development portfolio. Konza will be a world-class city, powered by a thriving information, communications and technology (ICT) sector, superior reliable infrastructure and business friendly governance systems.

What does Konza do? ›

Konza was initially conceived to capture the growing global Business Processing Outsourcing and Information Technology Enabled Services (BPO/ITES) sectors in Kenya.

Is Konza in Machakos or Makueni? ›

Konza is located in Kimutwa location of Central division of Makueni County. Konza is part of Machakos municipality and Machakos Town Constituency.

What is the city of São Paulo Strategic Master Plan? ›

Understanding the Master Plan's main goals

The main goal of the new Master Plan is to humanize and rebalance the city of São Paulo, bringing housing and jobs closer together and facing the socio-territorial inequalities.

How much did Konza Technopolis cost? ›

Konza City to Cost Kshs. 595 Billion by Completion in 2030.

When was Konza City started? ›

In 2008, the Government of Kenya approved the creation of Konza Technology City as a flagship Kenya Vision 2030 project. Vision 2030 aims to create a globally competitive and prosperous nation with a high quality of life by 2030.

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