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DERRY CITY COUNCIL


City Engineer’s Department



Design & Project Management Section






TENDER DOCUMENTATION



DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT WORKS



CLOONEY PLAYING FIELDS
, LIMAVADY ROAD,
DERRY
















Tender Return: 12 noon on Friday
25th

November 2011

2


CONTENTS







Contents










Page


Section A

Model Contract

Documents






3

1.

General Contract Information





4

2.

Instructions to Tender
er
s





6

3.

Evaluation and Award Criteria

4.

Conditions of Contract





9

5.

Contract Data

Part 1






39



Section B

Works Information







45

1.

Pre
-
amble to Specification





??

2.

Specification







46


Section C

Contractor’s Offer







141

1.

Stage 1 Questionnaire

2.

Declarations

3.

Stage 2 Quality Submission

4.

Programme

5.

Bill of Quantities

6.

Form of Tender

7.

Contract
Data Part 2


Section D

Site Information







178

1.

Existing Site Services






187


Section E

Health & Safety







192

1.

CDM Pre
-
construction Information







3



Section A

-

Model Contract Documents

Part 1

General Contract Information

Part 2

Instructions to
Tender

Part 3

Evaluation and Award Criteria

Part 4

Conditions of Contract

Part 5

Contract Data Part 1



4


Section A


Contract Documents


Part 1

General Contract Information



5




1.0

GENERAL CONTRACT INFORMATION


The Contractor will provide for the Construction,
Completion, and Testing of the
Works to meet the Contract Specifications and declared objectives.


The Contractor will take full responsibility for providing the works that will meet with
all the conditions and requirements of the Contract and will take al
l reasonable skill,
care and diligence when constructing the Works.



1.1 Scope of the Works


Derry City Council seeks to procure an experienced playing field Sports Contractor to
install a new drainage system at the Clooney Park West Playing Fields, Limav
ady
Road,

Derry
.


The Works comprise all permanent and temporary works necessary to complete the
works as described in the Contract
Documents and Works Information, including:




160mm perimeter drains



110
mm lateral drains at 5m centres



Gravel banding second
ary drainage at 1m centres.



New manholes



Bitmac surfacing to car park.



New concrete steps



Refurbishment of existing tennis courts to include
new
bitmac surfacing,
painting, boundary fencing and new nets



1.2 Terms and Conditions


The contractor is responsible for all costs incurred in preparing and submitting its
tender.

The party acting as lead principal contractor should be identified.

Site visits
during the tender period can be arranged by appointment with the City Engineer’s

De
partment, Derry City Council, contact: Mr Jim Gallagher tel 02871 365151.


Unsuccessful contractors may request a de
-
brief.

Derry City Council reserves the
right to exclude any tenderer at any time during the tender process and

up to contract
award.
Derry
City Council may not accept the lowest or any tender response.

It will
be the responsibility of the contractor to satisfy themselves as to the completeness or
otherwise

of the information provided.



1.3 Outline Project Programme




Tender published Monday 2
4
th

October 2011



Tender closure Friday 25
th

November 2011



Tender evaluation Monday 28th November 2011



Council approval for tender Tuesday 20
th

December 2011



Start date Monday 9
th

January 2012



Completion Friday 30
th

March 2012


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Section A



Contract Documents


Part 2

Instructions to Tenderers



7


Instructions to Tenderers



1.

Invitation To Tender


1.1

Derry City Council principally invites detailed and costed
proposals for Tender brief defined in Introduction &

Scope of
Works. Please ensure your submission includes all details as
per Instructions to Tenderers


2

Explanation of Documents / queries during the tender period
/ registration of intent to tender


2.1

It is the responsibility of prospective facility/service p
roviders
(hereafter referred to as ‘tenderers’) or parties submitting
‘expressions of interest’ to obtain for themselves at their own
expense any additional information ‘tenders’) or ‘expressions of
interest’.


2.2

Tenderers are advised to ensure that they are

fully familiar with
the nature and extent of the obligations to be accepted by them
if their tender is accepted, including the Council’s Standing
Orders, a copy of which may be seen by arrangement.


2.3

Should any tenderer

be in doubt as to the interpretation of any
part of the contract documents, the
DCC Officer

shall endeavour
to answer written enquiries. All queries must be submitted in
writing to arrive with
the DCC Officer

not later than 1 week
before the date of retu
rn of tenders, i.e. Friday 18
th

November
2011 by post, fax or email to:


Derry City Council, Council Offices, 98 Strand Road, Derry,
Northern Ireland, BT48 7NN.

Fax No: +
44 28 71363569

Email


jim.gallagher
@derrycity.gov.uk



2.4

All copies of written querie
s received, together with written
replies will be sent to all tenderers not later than one week
before the date of return of tenders. All responses will also be
posted on the Councils website as detailed below:
-

http://www.derrycity.gov.uk/Tenders/index.htm


2.5

In order to ensure receipt of written replies, all
prospective
tenderers are therefore requested to register their intent to
tender in writing to
Mr Jim Gallagher,

by post, fax or email as
n
oted in Clause 2.3 above, not later than one week before the
date of return of tenders, including full contact details and
indicating tender will be submitted.


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2.6

No representation, explanation, or statement made to a
tenderer, or anyone else, by or on behal
f of the Council, as to
the meaning of any of the tender documents, or otherwise in
clarification as aforesaid, shall bind the Council in exercise of its
powers and duties under any subsequent Contract(s).


3

Accuracy Of Tender


Tenders must be submitted
for the supply of all the services specified
in the Form of Tender. Tenders submitted for part of the services only
will be rejected. Tenderers must price separately for all items listed in
the Form of Tender. The Council may reject any tender that is not
priced separately.


4

Information to be provided


Tenderers should provide a brief description of the overall organisation
of their company. Tenderers must also include subcontracting
information in this section if subcontractors will be engaged.
Subcont
ractors must be named and their roles in the project briefly
described.

Tenderers should provide this general background information:

o

Company Address

o

Contact person (s)

o

Year established and company background

o

Account experience

o

Number of customers
currently being serviced

o

Comprehensive list of available services

o

Provide any additional background information


Tenderers must complete and return all relevant tender/pricing,
assurance and declaration forms etc.


5

Submission of Tender Documents (and/or
Additional
Proposals and Expressions of Interest)


5.1

The tender(s) shall be made on the Form of Tender(s) provided,
and signed by the Tenderer. All Contract Documents, together
with these Instructions and completed Form of Tender(s) should
be forwarded,

by registered post or delivered by hand and a
receipt obtained to:



Tender for

“Drainage Improvement Works, Clooney Playing
Fields”


Town Clerk and Chief Executive,

Derry City Council


98 Strand Road, Derry


BT48 7NN,

9



so

as to arrive not later than 12.00 noon on Friday 25
th

November 2011.



Please provide 3 copies of your tender submission. These copies will

enable your submission to be reviewed by tender panel



No UNAUTHORISED alteration or addition should be made to
the Tender Form(s), or to any other of the Contract Documents.
IF ANY SUCH ALTERATION OR ADDITION IS MADE OR IF
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT FULLY COMPLIED WITH
THE TENDER MAY BE REJECTED.


5.2

All documents requiring a signature shall be signed.

(a)

Where the
Tenderer is an individual, by that individual

(b)

Where the Tenderer is a partnership by the two duly authorised partners.

(c)

Where the Tenderer is a company by two directors or by
a director and the secretary of the company, such
persons being duly authorise
d for that purpose.


5.3

Tenders shall be submitted strictly in accordance with the tender
documents.


5.4

No alteration to the text of any of the Tender Documents will be
permitted, and if any are made, the tender may be rejected.
Failure to complete

any part of the documents may also incur
rejection of the tender.


5.5

Tenderers must ensure that all requested documentation is
returned with the completed tender.


5.6

No name or mark, including any franking machine slogan, is to
be placed on the e
nvelope to indicate in any way the identity of
the sender.


5.7

Tenderers or any representatives thereof will not be permitted to
be present when the tenders are opened.


5.8

All prices should be quoted in pounds sterling and shall be
exclusive of VAT.


6

The Basis of the Tender


The rates quoted in the form of tender section shall remain fixed for the
duration of this contract.


7

Period of Acceptance



The Tenderer is required to hold his tender open for acceptance for a
period of 120 days from the clo
sing date for the submission of tenders.


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8

Evaluation of Tender


8.1

Evaluation/Award Criteria are outlined in next section.


8.2

Derry City Council is not required to accept the lowest or any
tender and may wish to award the contract as a whole or
individual aspects depending on the strength of the successful
team.


9

Contract Documents take Precedence


The information given in these Instructions for Tenderers is given in
good faith for the guidance of Tenderers, but if there is any conflict, the
C
onditions of Contract, Specifications, and the Pricing Documents /
Form of Tender shall take precedence over these Instructions.


10

Pre
-
Selection Interviews / Presentations


Tenderers are put on notice that they may be required to attend the
Council Offic
es, 98 Strand Road, Derry, for procedural and technical
presentations and/or interviews during the process of tender evaluation
at no charge to Council.


11

Contract Commencement Date


It is envisaged that this contract will commence in early September
2011


12

Questions



All questions, requests or other communications regarding this tender
must be made in writing
to jim.gallagher@derrycity.gov.uk



13

Late Submissions


Tenders submitted after the closing date will not be accepted.


14

Expenses and Losses


The Council shall not be responsible for, or pay for, any expenses or
losses that may be incurred by any tenderer in preparing their tender
proposals.


15

Preparation of Tender


It is the responsibility of prospective tenderers to obtain for themselves,
at th
eir own expense, any additional information necessary for the
preparation of their tenders.


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16

Confidentiality


All information supplied by the Council in connection with this invitation
to tender shall be treated as confidential by prospective tenderers
,
except that such information may be disclosed so far as is necessary
for the purpose of obtaining sureties, guarantees and quotations
necessary for the preparation and submission of the tender.


17

Ownership of Tender Documents


These documents are, and shall remain, the property of the Council
and shall be returned with the tender. If no tender is to be submitted,
the documents shall be returned pursuant to the Council’s Invitation to
Tender.





18

Insurances


The Supplier shall ef
fect and maintain insurance necessary to cover
their liabilities under this Contract.


19

Format of Tenders



Those interested in tendering for this project should submit a tender
document comprising of:


o

Form of Tender

o

Evidence of experience including refer
ences of track record of similar
type projects

o

Company details as per section 4 of Instructions to Tenderers

o

Form of Assurance

o

Collusive Tendering Certificate

o

Declaration of Commitment to the Promotion of Equality of Opportunity
& Good Relations

o

Fair
Employment declaration

o

Copies of Insurances: Public/Products Liability, Employers Liability etc

o

Any additional information to support your tender submission


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Offer and Acceptance of Contract



20.1

Prior to the expiry of the tender validity period as define
d in
Clause 7 Derry City Council will send to the successful tenderer
a letter of provisional acceptance of tender. This letter will make
clear that the execution of the contract will be subject to a
minimum mandatory standstill period of 10 calendar days,

from
the day after the date of letter of provisional acceptance.

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20.2

At the same time, Derry City Council will notify each
unsuccessful tenderer.

20.3

At the end of the standstill period, unless Derry City Council
notifies the successful tenderer

that there has been judicial
interruption in the form of an order by the court of competent
jurisdiction that the execution an/or implementation of the
contract should be suspended pending a full hearing of the
matter by a court of competent jurisdiction,

Derry City Council
will execute the contract documentation.

20.4

If judicial interruption takes place Derry City Council will execute
the contract documentation only following the conclusion of the
Court proceedings (including any appeals) in favour of Derry
C
ity Council. If the Court proceedings are concluded against
Derry City Council, no contract shall be entered into or
executed.








13


Section A


Contract Documents


Part
3

Evaluation and Award Criteria

(see pages 128

to

134

& 146
to
149
)











14


Section B
-

Works Information



Part 1

Pre
amble to Specification

Part 2

Specification




15



Section B
-

Works Information


Part 1

Preamble to Specification




16


1.0

PREAMBLE TO THE SPECIFICATION


1.

T
he Specification referred to in the Tender shall be
the
‘Specification for Highway Works’,
published by the Stationery Office (formerly HMSO) as Volume 1 of the Manual of Contract
Documents for Highway Works, as modified and extended by the following:


(i)

Appendix 0/1: Contract
-
specific Additional, Substitute and
Cancelled Clauses, Tables and
Figures;

(ii)

Appendix 0/2: Contract
-
specific minor alterations to existing Clauses, Tables and Figures;

(iii)

The Numbered Appendices listed in Appendix 0/3;

(iv)

Appendix 0/5: Special national alterations of
the Overseeing Organisation of
Scotland,

Wales or
Northern Ireland.


Appendix 0/4 contains a list of the Drawings.


2.

The relevant publication date of each page of the Specification for Highway Works is given in
the Schedule of Pages and Relevant Publication Dates.


3.


An Additional Clause as indicated by a suffix ‘A’ in
Appendix 0/5 is an alteration originating from
the Overseeing Organisation of Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland. An Additional Clause as
indicated by a suffix ‘AR’ in Appendix 0/1 is a Contract
-
specif
ic alteration
.


4.

A Substitute Clause, as indicated by the suffix ‘S’ in
Appendix 0/5 is an alteration originating
from the Overseeing Organisation of Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland. A Substitute C
lause
as indicated by a suffix
‘SR’ in Appendix 0/1 is a

Contract
-
specific alteration.


5.

A Cancelled Clause as indicated by a suffix ‘C’ in
Appendix 0/5 is an alteration originating from
the Overseeing Organisation of Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland. A Cancelled Clause
indicated by a suffix ‘CR’ in Appendix
0/1 is a Contract
-
specific alteration.


6.

Insofar as any of the Numbered Appendices may conflict or be inconsistent with any provision
of the Specification for Highway Works the Numbered Appendices shall always prevail.
Additionally,

Numbered Appendices 0/1

and 0/2 shall take precedence over Numbered Appendix 0/5.


7.

Any reference in the Contract to a Clause number or Appendix shall be deemed to refer to the

corresponding Substitute Clause number or Appendix listed in Appendix 0/1, 0/2 or 0/5.


8.

Where a Clause is altered any original Table/Figure
referred to in the Clause shall apply unless
the Table/ Figure is also altered. Where a Table/Figure is altered any reference in a Clause to
the original Table/Figure shall apply to the altered Table/Figu
re.


9.

Where a Clause in the Specification relates to work goods or materials which are not required
for the Works it shall be deemed not to apply.


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10.

Any Appendix referred to in the Specification
which is not used shall be deemed not to apply.


11.

Where a Claus
e in the Specification is prefixed by
an # this indicates that this particular Clause
has a substitute National Alteration for one or more of the Overseeing Organisations of
Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland. Substitute or additional National Clauses sha
ll be used
within countries to which they specifically apply and they are deemed to replace corresponding
Clauses in the main text of the Specification as appropriate. The substitute National Clauses
are located at the end of the relevant Series together w
ith the additional National Clauses of
the Overseeing Organisations.


12.

Other than where references to the Overseeing
Organisation are made in the context of the
Overseeing Or
ganisation granting statutory

type approvals, the roles and functions of the
Overse
eing Organisation shall be undertaken by
the Project Manager
.

Where the Specification
requires the provision of documentation to the Overseeing Organisation for statutory or type
approval such documentation shall be provided to the Project Manager.


13.


If th
e Specification is used in conjunction with a Contract under which the Contractor is
responsible for the design of any part of the Permanent Works, the delegation of the roles and
functions of the Overseeing Organisation as stated in paragraph 12 above sha
ll be further
amended as follows:


(i)


If any agreement, consent or approval required to be obtained from the Overseeing
Organisation impacts on the health and safety of the general public, the environment
or any property or equipment not owned or operated by

the Contractor, such
agreement, consent, approval shall be obtained from
the Project Manager
.


(ii)

Where the Specification provides for the Overseeing Organisation to require a test,
waive the requirement for a test or alter testing frequency, the party to wh
om the
Overseeing Organisation’s roles an
d

functions have been ascribed by paragraph 12
above shall exercise such decisions in
accordance with the
Employer’s

requirements
.


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Specification for Highway Works

Schedule of Pages and Relevant Publication Dates

Series/Appendix

Page Number

Publication Date

000

000

000

1

3F

2

March 1998

May 2005

November 2006

100

100

100

100

100

100

2

W1F

12 to 14, 20F

1, 3 to 7, N1, N

8 to 9, 11, 15 to 19, N2, N4

10, N5 to N6F

May 2001

May 2005

November 2005

May 2006

November
2006

November 2008

200

200

1, 3F

2

May 2001

May 2004

300

300

300

1

4

2 to 3, 5 to 6F

May 2001

November 2002

May 2008

400

400

1 to 6, 8, 10 to 13F

7, 9

November 2007

November 2008

500

500

500

500

500

500

23 to 24, 26

28F

3, 22, N1F

2, 5, 27

6, 25

1, 4,
7 to 21

November 2004

May 2005

May 2006

November 2006

November 2007

November 2009

600

600

600

600

600

600


33

2, 27 to 28, 30 to 32, 34 to 36, N1

25 to 26

42 to 49, 52 to 68F

37, 50

1, 3 to 24, 29, 38 to 41, S1 to S3F, N2 to
N4F

November 2003

November
2005

November 2006

November 2008

November 2007

November 2009


700

700

700

2 to 3, 5 to 6, N1, N3 to N5F

4, N2

1, 7 to 32F

November 2006

August 2008

November 2009

800

1 to 25F

November 2009

900

900

900

1000

1000

1000

2 to 5, 9 to 22, 24 to 26, 28 to 67F

1, 6 to 8, S1F

23, 27

3, 5 to 6

1 to 2, 4, 7 to 15, 19 to 33F

16 to 18

August 2008

November 2008

May 2009

November 2005

May 2006

November 2006



19


Specification for Highway Works

Schedule of Pages and Relevant Publication Dates


Series/Appendix

Page
Number

Publication Date

1100

1100

1100

1, 4F

2, N1F

3

August 2008

November 2006

November 2004

1200

1200

1200

1200

1200

1200

1200

5

2 to 3, W1F

1, 14 to 16F

4, 9 to 11, 13

12

6 to 7, N1 to N4F

8

May 2001

August 2003

May 2004

May 200

November 2006

November

2007

May 2008

1300

1300

1300

1300

N2F

3 to 4

1, 5 to 10, 12F

2, 11 and N1

November 2003

November 2004

November 2005

May 2006

1400

140
0

1, 3 to 9F

2, N1F

May 2001

May 2006

1500

1500

1500

1500

1, 5 to 6, 12, 14 to 17F

3 to 4, 8 to 11, 13

2

7

November
2006

November 2004

February 2003

May 2001

1600

1600


1600


3, 20 to 23, 43

2, 6 to 8, 10 to 14, 16, 19, 27 to 28, 32 to
34, 36 to 37, 39 to 42, 44 to 48

1, 4 to 5, 9, 15, 17 to 18, 24 to 26, 29 to 31,
35, 38, 49F

November 2005

November 2003

March 1998


1700

1700

1700

2 to 7, 10 to 15

8 to 9

1, 16 to 22F

May 2004

May 2005

May 2006

1800

1800

1, 4, 6, 8 to 9

2 to 3, 5, 7, 10 to 12F

May 2004

November 2005

1900

1900

1900

1900

2 to 4

6 to 7, 15

1, 5, 8 to 14, 16, 18 to 30F, S1 to S2F

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May 2003

May 2005

May

2008

November 2008

2000

2000

1, 3 to 4F

2

May 2001

November 2004

2100

2100

2100

3

2

1, 4F

March 1998

November 2003

November 2005

20


Specification for Highway Works

Schedule of Pages and Relevant Publication Dates


Series/Appendix

Page Number

Publication

Date

2300

2300

1

2 to 3F

March 1998

May 2001

2400

2400

2400

1, 4, 7F

2

3, 5 to 6

May 2005

May 2006

May 2008

2500

2500

2500

2500

2500

2500

1

2, 8, 11F

10

6 to 7, 9

5

3 to 4

May 2001

November 2003

November 2004

May 2005

May 2006

November 2006

2600

2600

2600

2600

2600

1

2 to 4

5

6

7F

March 1998

November 2003

May 2005

November 2004

November 2006

3000

3000

3000

3000

1, 4 to 7, 10, 12 to 17, 19, 22 to 27F

20

2 to 3

8 to 9, 11, 18, 21

November 2004

May 2001

May 2006

May 2008

5000

5000

1, 4 to 19F, S1F

2 to
3

May 2005

November 2008

Appendix A

1 to 32F

May 2008

Appendix B

Appendix B

1

2 to 7F

May 2006

November 2006

Appendix C

Appendix C

1

2F

May 2005

November 2006

#Appendix D

Appendix D (NI)

1F

N1F

May 2005

March 1998

Appendix E (NI)

#Appendix E

N1F

1F

May 2005

May 2005

Appendix F

1 to 55F

May 2009

Appendix G

1F

May 2004

Appendix H

Appendix H

Appendix H

1

2, 6 to 8F

3 to 5

November 2006

November 2005

May 2004


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Section B
-

Works Information

Part 2

Specification




22



2.0

SPECIFICATION


AP
PENDIX 0/1:

CONTRACT


SPECIFIC
ADDITIONAL, SUBSTITUTE AND CANCELLED


CLAUSES AND TABLES INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT


Part A: Volume 1 Specification


List of Additional Clauses, Tables and Figures

Clause No


Title

171 AR

DAMAGE TO STRUCTURES, ROADS AND ADJACENT
PROPERTY
OR BUILDINGS

172 AR

ROADS TO BE KEPT CLEAN

173 AR

COMMUNICATIONS

175 AR

OTHER WORKS ON THE CONTRACT AREA

176 AR

COMPLETION OF CONTRACT

17
7
AR

REMOVAL OF SURPLUS MATERIAL

17
8

AR

FAILURE TO DISAPPROVE

179AR

WAYLEAVES AND ACCESS RIGHTS

670 AR

EXCAVATION AND REMOVAL OF EXISTING PAVEMENT /
FOOTWAY SURFACES

770 AR

SURFACE CONDITION

771 AR

SURFACING REINSTATEMENTS

7
72 AR

CONCRETE REINSTATEMENTS



List of Additional Clauses, Tables and Figures

Clause

Title

3070
AR


NONE


List of Substitute
Clauses, Tables and Figures

Clause No


Title


NONE







List of Cancelled Clauses, Tables and Figures

Clause No


Title


NONE



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Additional Clauses, Tables and Figures

Clause No


Title and written Text


171 AR

DAMAGE TO
STRUCTURES, ROADS AND ADJACENT PROPERTY OR
BUILDINGS


The Contractor shall satisfy himself as to the condition of structures, roads, walls,
fences and adjacent property before commencing work on each part of the site and
shall report any defects to the
Project Manager
in writing. The Contractor shall be
responsible for any damage to
pitches,
structures, roads, footways or entrances
(public or private) and adjoining property, walls or buildings which may be caused by
his workmen or sub
-
contractors in the
carrying out of the Works and shall make good
any such damage to the satisfaction of the Council,
Project Manager
and those
concerned.


172 AR

ROADS TO BE KEPT CLEAN


1.


The Contractor shall take every precaution to prevent dirt and other deleterious
material being dropped or spread by traffic from or associated with the Works on
roads in public use or on roads being part of the Works which are made
available for use by

the Contractor. Any dirt or other deleterious matter
adhering to the tyres or chassis of any vehicle shall be thoroughly cleaned off
before the vehicle is permitted to leave the Site. The Contractor shall be equally
responsible for the vehicles of his s
ub contractors and suppliers.


2.


While the intent of this Clause is to prevent the spilling and spreading of dirt and
other deleterious matter on roadways, nevertheless the Contractor shall also
clean roadways of any such dirt and other deleterious matter
as may be spilled
or spread by traffic travelling to or from the site in connection with the Works
whether such traffic is the Contractor's or his sub contractor's or his suppliers.
The Contractor shall carry out any cleaning work during hours, which will

reduce
interference with public traffic to a minimum. Such cleaning operation shall be
carried out notwithstanding road cleaning work being carried out by the
Employer or other Contractor(s) to the Employer.











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Additional Clauses, Tables and
Figures (Cont.)




Clause No


Title and written text


173 AR

COMMUNICATIONS


Within 7 days of award of the Contract the Contractor shall inform the Council in
writing of a contact telephone number for the periods as detailed below:

8.00 am to
6.00 pm on weekdays

6.00 pm to 8.00 am on weekdays

Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays


The Contractor shall ensure that he can be contacted at all times during the period of
the Contract.

In the event of emergency call
-
out or other reason the

Council’s
representative shall
instruct the Contractor by telephone and the Contractor shall be required to deploy
appropriate operative(s) and equipment to immediately respond to the call
-
out.


175 AR

OTHER WORKS ON THE CONTRACT AREA


The Contractor shall take
into account the presence from time to time of other
authorised Contractors, Council Staff and other bodies executing work which could
have or may have an impact on the Works.


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6
AR

COMPLETION OF CONTRACT


At the completion of the works to the site, the Contractor shall, at his expense, inspect
and sweep up and remove all surplus materials and plant and make good any
damage to
pitches,
grass verges, planting, footpath and fences. This shall be
undertaken to

the all areas affected by the works.


17
7
AR

REMOVAL OF SURPLUS MATERIAL


1.

The Contractor shall not allow rubbish and surplus material of any description to
accumulate but shall clear away all such material on the same day as it is
generated to approved

licensed tip.


The Contractor shall take all reasonable steps to prevent any material entering any
drainage system. Any materials entering a drainage system shall be removed
immediately
.






25


Additional Clauses, Tables and Figures (Cont.)





Clause No


Title and written text


17
8

AR

FAILURE TO DISAPPROVE


Failure by the Council or any person acting under
them
to disapprove any work or
materials shall not prejudice the power of the Council or any of their representatives
to subsequently
disapprove such work or materials.

1
79
AR

WAYLEAVES AND RIGHTS OF ACCESS


In general the Contractor shall allow for gaining access to boundary fences and
adjacent areas from the Contract Area. If in the opinion of the Council access from
the Contract Area is impractical then the Council shall notify the Contractor of any
waylea
ves or rights of access that have been arranged to enab
le the work to be
undertaken.



670AR

EXCAVATION AND REMOVAL OF EXISTING PAVEMENT / FOOTWAY
SURFACES


1.

Where directed, existing asphalt, macadam, concrete, flagged or paved
/footway surfaces shall be

broken up to the specified depth.


2.

Where directed, stone, concrete flags, paviors etc shall be carefully taken up
and set aside for reuse. Any sound materials damaged in the foregoing
operation shall be replaced at the Contractor's expense.


All surplus
material shall be excavated and removed to an approved tip / recycling
area provided by the Contractor. The Contractor may be instructed to deposit
excavated material in areas of fi
ll as directed by the Council.






26



Additional Clauses, Tables and
Figures (Cont.)

Clause No

(etc)

Title and written text


770AR


SURFACE CONDITION



1.

The contractor shall thoroughly clean the existing or prepared surface of all
loose materials or foreign matter prior to laying macadam or asphalt, to the
satisfaction of the
Project Manager
.


2.

If the
Project Manager

considers the surface too damp for laying the Contractor
shall dry the surface by the application of limestone dust or hydrated lime to
absorb any surface water and sweeping the whole surface to remove all traces
of the material. No laying of bituminous
material shall take place until the
surface is dry to the satisfaction of the
Project Manager
.


771AR

SURFACING REINSTATEMENTS


1.

All areas of excavated bitumen and asphalt surfacing, removed to allow
inspection and testing works to be undertaken, shall be
reinstated
permanently using the original construction materials. Associated cutting
back and joint sealing will also be required. All materials shall be laid by
hand.


2.

Sides of all excavations in bitumen or asphalt surfacing shall be broken out
so as to

provide a cut
-
out with straight vertical sides.


3.

Joint edges shall be formed by diamond saw cutting or cold milling in
accordance with Clause 709 and materials removed to the required depth.
The vertical faces of wearing course joints shall be painted wi
th grade 160 /
220 pen bitumen or a cold applied thixotrophic bitumen.


4.

All loose material shall be removed from the Works to an approved licensed
tip/ recycling area.


5.

Replacement material shall match the existing removed materials.


6.

A bitumen emulsion ta
ck coat shall be sprayed at the rate specified in
Appendix 7/4 to any underlying exposed bituminous layer.


All construction layers shall be laid and compacted such that on completion each
layer shall be at the same level as the adjacent course within the
tolerances indicated
in Table 7/1.


27


Additional Clauses, Tables and Figures (Cont.)


Clause No


Title and written text


772AR

CONCRETE REINSTATEMENTS


1.

Concrete reinstatements shall be carried out using proprietary repair mortar.


2.

Proprietary repair materials and systems shall have a British Board of Agrément
Roads and Bridges Certificate registered with the Overseeing Organisation and
Transport for the Regions/Highway’s Agency.



Substitute Clauses, Tables and Figures

Clause No


Title and rewritten text



NONE





28


APPENDIX 0/2:

CONTRACT
-

SPECIFIC MINOR ALTERATIONS TO EXISTING
CLAUSES AND TABLES INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT


Part A: Volume 1 Specification


Clause No

(etc)

Alterations to be made





None






29


APPENDIX 0/3:

LIST OF NUMBERED APPENDICES REFERRE
D TO IN THE
SPECIFICATION FOR
HIGHWAY WORKS


Appendix 0/3 is comprised of two lists, A and B, of Numbered Appendices as follows:

List ‘A’ is a complete list of the Numbered Appendices referred to in the Specification for
Highway Works with those not adopted marked ‘Not Used’. Those identified by the letters T
or C shall be completed by the Tenderer or Contractor respectively.





List ‘B’ gives the list of Contract
-
specific Numbered Appendices devised for the

Contract.



Guide to Type of Number Appendices


who compiles/completes

Symbol

(
Co
)

Compiler

compiles : Identified in the Notes for Guidance examples by the term
“Sample” inc
luded in their title.

(
Co
/C)

Compiler

partially compiles and Contractor completes and returns to
Overseeing Organisaion
.

(
Co
/T)

Compiler

partially compiles and Tenderer completes and returns with Tender.

(C)

Contractor completes and returns to
Project Mana
ger
.


(
P
)

This indicates the Appendix is a national proforma and format must not be
altered.

Volume
No

Completed
by

Appendix
No

Title





(Co)



(Co)



(Co)


(Co)

(Co)




Not Used


Not Used

Not Used

(Co)

(Co)

(Co)


(Co)


0/1



0/2



0/3


0/4

0/5




1/1


1/2#

1/3

1/4

1/5

1/6


1/7

INTRODUCTION

Contract
-
specific Addit
ional, Substitute and Cancelled
Clauses, Tables and Figures

Included in the Contract

Contract
-
specific Minor Alterations to Existing Clauses,
Tables and Figures

Included in the Contract

List of Numbered Appendices Referred to in the
Specification and Included in the Contract

List of Drawings Included in the Contract

Special National Alterations of the Overseeing Organisations
of Scotland/Wales/Northern Ireland


PRELIMINARIES

Temporary Ac
commodation and Equipment for the
Overseeing Organisation

Vehicles for the Overseeing Organisation

Communication System for the Overseeing Organisation

Working and Fabrication Drawings

Testing to be Carried out by the Contractor

Supply and Delivery of
Samples to the Overseeing
Organisation

Site Extent and Limitations on Use

30


Appendix 0/3
List
A

(Cont.)

Volume
No

Completed
by

Appendix
No

Title


Not Used

(Co)

Not Used

Not Used


(Co/C)

(C)

Not Used

Not Used

(Co)

(Co)

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used


Not Used



Not Used





(Co)


(Co)

(Co)

(Co)

(Co)



(Co)




1/8

1/9

1/10

1/11


1/12

1/13

1/14

1/15

1/16

1/17

1/18

1/19

1/20#

1/21

1/22

1/23

1/24

1/25


1/26



1
/27





2/1


2/2

2/3

2/4

2/5



3/1


Operatives for

the Overseeing Organisation

Control of Noise and Vibration

Structures to be Designed by the Contractor

Structural Elements and Other Features to be Designed by
the Contractor

Setting Out and Existing Ground Levels

Programme of Works

Payment Applications

Accommodation Works

Privately and Publicly Owned Services and Supplies

Traffic Safety and Management

Temporary Diversions for Traffic

Routing of Vehicles

Recovery Vehicles for Breakdowns

Information Boards

Progress Photographs

Risks to Health and Safety fr
om Materials or Substances

Quality Management System

Temporary Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) System for the
Monitoring of Traffic

Temporary Automatic Speed Camera System for the
Enforcement of Mandatory Speed Limits

at Road Works
(TASCAR)

Temporary Auto
matic Speed Camera System for the
Enforcement of Mandatory Speed Limits

at Road Works
(TASCAR)
-

Particular Requirements


SITE CLEARANCE

List of Buildings, etc. to be Demolished or Partially
Demolished

Filling of Trenches and Pipes

Retention of Material Ar
ising from Site Clearance

Explosives and Blasting

Hazardous Materials


FENCING

Fencing, Gates and Stiles





31


Appendix 0/3
List
A

(Cont.)

Volume
No

Completed
by

Appendix
No

Title




(Co)

(Co)





(Co)

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not
Used

(Co)



(Co)


(Co)


(Co)


Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used


(Co)

Not Used


Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used






4/1

4/2





5/1

5/2

5/3

5/4

5/5

5/6

5/7



6/1


6/2


6/3


6/4

6/5

6/6

6/7


6/8

6/9


6/10

6/11

6/12

6/13

6/14

6/15

ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS (VEHICLE AND
PEDESTRIAN)

(05/04) Road Restraint Systems (Vehicle and Pedestrian)

(05/04) Information Required to Demonstrate Compliance of
Road Restraint Systems to BS EN 1317
-
1, BS EN 1317
-
2,
BS EN 1317
-
3 and DD ENV 1317
-
4: 2002


DRAINAGE AND SERVICE DUCTS

Drainage Requirements

Service Duct Requirements

Surface Water Channels and Drainage Channel Blocks

Fin Drains and Narrow Filter Drains

Combined Drainage and Kerb Systems

Linear Drainage Channel Systems

Thermoplastics Structural W
all Pipes and Fittings


EARTHWORKS

Requirements for Acceptability and Testing etc. of
Earthworks Materials

Requirements for Dealing with Class U1B and Class U2
Unacceptable Materials

Requirements for Excavation, Deposition, Compaction
(Other than Dynamic
Compaction)

Requirements for Class 3 Material

Geotextiles Used to Separate Earthworks Materials

Fill to Structures and Fill Above Structural Foundations

Sub
-
formation and Capping and Preparation and Surface
Treatment of Formation

Topsoiling

Earthwork Envir
onmental Bunds, Landscape Areas,
Strengthened Embankments

Ground Anchorages, Crib Walling and Gabions

Swallow Holes and Other Naturally Occurring Cavities and
Disused Mine Workings

Instrumentation and Monitoring

Ground Improvement

Limiting Values for Pollu
tion of Controlled Waters (11/06)

Limiting Values for Harm to Human Health and the
Environment (11/04)




32


Appendix 0/3
List
A

(Cont.)

Volume
No

Completed
by

Appendix
No

Title



























(Co)

(Co)


Not Used


(Co)


Not Used

(
Co)

Not Used


Not Used

Not Used


Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used


Not Used



Not Used


Not Used


Not Used


Not Used


Not Used


Not Used

Not Used


Not Used







7/1#

7/2


7/3


7/4


7/5

7/6

7/7


7/8

7/9


7/10

7/11

7/12

7/13


7/14



7/15


7/16


7/17

7/18


7/19


7/20

7/21


7/22




ROAD PAVEMENTS


GENERAL

Permitted Pavement Options (Schedules 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5)

Excavation, Trimming and Reinstatement of Existing
Surfaces

Surface Dressing
-

Performance Specification (Sheets 1, 2
and 3)

Bond Coats, Tack Coats
and Other Bituminous Sprays
(Sheets 1, 2 and Binder Data Sheet)

In Situ Recycling
-

The Remix and Repave Processes

Breaking Up or Perforation of Existing Pavement

Slurry Surfacing Incorporating Microsurfacing (Sheets 1, 2
and 3)

Not Used

Cold
-
Milling (Plan
ing) of Bituminous Bound Flexible
Pavement

Not used (11/09)

Overband and Inlaid Crack Sealing Systems

Arrester Beds

Saw
-
Cut Crack and Seal Bituminous Overlays on Existing
Jointed Concrete Pavements

Preparation of Join
ted Concrete Pavements Prior to
Overlay
ing and Saw
-
Cut and Seal of the

Bituminous Overlay
(11/03)

Saw
-
Cut, Crack and Seat Existing Jointed Reinforced
Concrete Pavements (11/03)

Cracking and Seating of Existing Jointed Unreinforced
Concrete Pavements and CBM Bases

Cracking Plant and Equipment Pr
ogress Record

Site Specific Details and Requirements for Cold Recycled
Bitumen Bound Material

Site Specific Details and Requirements for Recycled Cement
Bound Material

Not Used

Surface Dressing
-

Recipe Specification (Sheets 1, 2 and
Binder Data Sheet)

Repairs to Potholes (11/03
)






33


Appendix 0/3
List
A

(Cont.)

Volume
No

Completed
by

Appendix
No

Title




Not Used




(Co)

(Co)



Not Used

Not Used

(Co)

Not Used


Not Used

Not Used




Not Used


Not Used


Not Used


Not Used

Not Used


Not Used

Not Used


Not Used


Not Used








10/1




11/1

11/2#



12/1#

12/2

12/3

12/4


12/5

12/6




13/1#


13/2


13/3


13/4

13/5


13/6

13/7#


13/8


13/9



ROAD PAVEMENTS
-

CONCRETE AND CEMENT BOUND
MATERIALS

Plant and Equipment for the Construction of Exposed
Aggregate Concrete Surface


KERBS, FOOTWAYS AND PAVED AREAS

Kerbs, Footways and Paved Areas

Access Steps


TRAFFIC SIGNS

Traffic Signs: General

Traffic Signs: Marker Posts

Traffic Signs: Road Markings and

Studs

Traffic Signs: Cones, Cylinders, FTDs and Other Traffic
Delineators

Traffic Signs: Traffic Signals

Traffic Signs: Special Sign Requirements on Gantries


ROAD LIGHTING COLUMNS AND BRACKETS, CCTV
MASTS AND CANTILEVER MASTS (11/03)

Information to be Pr
ovided When Specifying Lighting
Columns and Brackets

(Specification for Highway Works) Typical Lighting Column
and Bracket Data Sheets 1 and 2

Instructions for Completion of Lighting Column and Bracket
Data Sheets

Information to be Provided When Specifying

CCTV Masts

(Specification for Highway Works) Typical CCTV Mast Data
Sheet

Instructions for Completion of CCTV Mast Sheets

Information to be Provided When Specifying Cantilever
Masts (11/03)

(Specification for Highway Works) Typical Cantilever Masts
Data
Sheets 1 and 2 (11/03)

Instructions for Completion of Cantilever Masts Data Sheets
(11/03)






34


Appendix 0/3
List
A

(Cont.)

Volume
No

Completed
by

Appendix
No

Title




Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used



Not Used

Not Used



Not Used


Not Used


Not Used

Not Used


Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used






14/1

14/2

14/3

14/4

14/5



15/1

15/2



16/1


16/2


16/3

16/4


16/5

16/6

16/7

16/8

16/9

16/10

16/11

16/12

16/13

16/14

16/15

16/16

16/17

16/18

ELECTRICAL WORK FOR ROAD LIGHTING AND
TRAFFIC SIGNS

Site Records

Location of Lighting Units and Feeder Pillars

Temporary Lighting

Electrical Equipment for Road Lighting

Electrical Equipment for Traffic Signs


MOTORWAY COMMUNICATIONS

Motorway Communications

Cable Duct Requirements


PILING AND EMBEDDED RETAINING WALLS

General Requirements for Piling and Embedded Retaining
Walls

Precast Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete Piles and
Precast Reinforced Concrete Seg
mental

Piles

Bored Cast
-
in Place Piles

Bored Piles Constructed using Continuous Flight Augers and
Concrete or Grout Injection throughHollow Auger Stems

Driven Cast
-
in
-
Place Piles

Steel Bearing Piles

Reduction of Friction on Piles

Non
-
Destructive Methods fo
r Testing Piles

Static Load Testing of Piles

Diaphragm Walls

Hard/Hard Secant Pile Walls

Hard/Soft Secant Pile Walls

Contiguous Bored Pile Walls

King Post Walls

Steel Sheet Piles

Integrity Testing of Wall Elements

Instrumentation or Piles and Embedded Wall
s

Support Fluid








35


Appendix 0/3
List
A

(Cont.)

Volume
No

Completed
by

Appendix
No

Title



(Co)

Not Used

(Co)

(Co)

(Co)

Not Used



Not Used



Not Used


Not Used

Not Used


Not Used


Not Used



Not Used



Not Used


Not Used



Not Used

Not
Used




Not Used






17/1

17/2

17/3

17/4

17/5

17/6



18/1



19/1


19/2

19/3


19/4#


19/5



20/1



21/1


22/1



23/1

23/2




24/1



STRUCTURAL CONCRETE

Schedule for the Specification of Designed Concrete (05/06)

Concrete
-

Impregnation Schedule

Concrete
-

Surface Finishes

Concrete
-

General

Buried Concrete (05/02)

Grouting and Duct Systems for Post
-
tensioned Tendons


STRUCTURAL STEELWORK

Requirements for Structural Steelwork


PROTECTION OF STEELWORK AGAINST CORROSION

(Specification for Highway Works) Form
HA/P1 (New Works)
Paint System Sheet

Requirements for Other Work

(Specification for Highway Works) Form HA/P2 Paint Data
Sheet

(Specification for Highway Works) Form HA/P3 Paint Sample
Despatch List: Sheets 1 and 2

General Requirements


WATERPROOFING FOR
CONCRETE STRUCTURES

Waterproofing for Concrete Structures


BRIDGE BEARINGS

Bridge Bearing Schedule


(05/04) Not Used


BRIDGE EXPANSION JOINTS AND SEALING OF GAPS

Bridge Deck Expansion Joints Schedule

Sealing of Gaps Schedule (Other than in Bridge Deck
Expa
nsion Joints)


BRICKWORK, BLOCKWORK AND STONEWORK

Brickwork, Blockwork and Stonework






36


Appendix 0/3
List
A

(Cont.)

Volume
No

Completed
by

Appendix
No

Title



Not Used

Not Used


Not Used


Not Used

Not Used



Not Used

Not Used

Not Used



(Co)

(Co)

Not Used

(Co)

(Co)

Not Used

Not Used


(Co)

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used



Not Used


Not Used

Not Used


Not Used


Not Used




25/1

25/2


25/3


25/4

25/5



26/1

26/2

26/3



30/1

30/2

30/3

30/4

30/5

30/6

30/7

30/8

30/9

30/10

30/11

30/12



50/1


50/2

50/3


50/4#


50/5

SPECIAL STRUCTURES

Requirements for Corrugated Steel Buried Structures

Requirements for Reinforced Soil and Anchored Earth
Structures

Requirements for Pocket
-

Type and Grouted
-

Cavity
Rein
forced Brickwork Retaining Wall
Structures

Environmen
tal Barriers

Requirements for Buried Rigid Pipes for Drainage Structures


MISCELLANEOUS

Ancillary Concrete

Bedding Mortar

Cored Thermoplastic Node Markers


LANDSCAPE AND ECOLOGY

General, sheets 1, 2 and 3

Weed Control

Control of Rabbits and Deer

Ground Pre
paration

Grass Seeding, Wildflower Seeding and Turfing

Planting, sheets 1 and 2

Grass, Bulbs and Wildflower Maintenance

Watering

Establishment Maintenance for Planting

Maintenance of Established Trees and Shrubs

Management of Waterbodies

Special Ecological

Measures


MAINTENANCE PAINTING OF STEELWORK

(Specification for Highway Works) Form HA/P1
(Maintenance) Paint System Sheet

Requirements for Other Work

(Specification for Highway Works) Form HA/P2 Paint Data
Sheet

(Specification for Highway Works) Form HA/P
3 Paint Sam
p
le
Despatch List: Sheets 1 and 2

General Requirements



37




List ‘B’ gives the list of Contract
-
specific Numbered Appendices devised for the Contract.



Volume No

Appendix

No

Appendix
Title



AS

Quality Management Schemes








38


APPENDIX 0/4:

LIST OF DRAWINGS INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT


1.

Contract
-
specific Drawings Supplied to Each Tender


Drawing No.

Title

ED
-
02
-
10/GA/01

ED
-
02
-
10/GA/02

ED
-
02
-
10/GA/03

ED
-
02
-
10/GA/04

Site Location Plan

Proposed Pitch Drainage

Upgrades to
tennis courts and car parks

Construction details




2.

Standard Drawings

(i)

Supplied to Each Tenderer


Drawing No.

Title


NONE


(ii)

Inspected by Tenderers

The following drawings are available for inspection by tenderers at:


One copy will be
supplied to the Contractor


Drawing No.

Title

Aspect required if not the whole
Drawing


None





(iii)

Brought Into the Contract by Reference

HCD published by HMSO as Volume 3 of the Manual of Contract Documents for Highway
Works contains the
following drawings brought into the Contract by reference. Unless
otherwise stated below the whole drawi
ng is brought into the Contract.


Drawing
No

Title

Date

Aspect/ Alternative required if
not the whole Drawing


NONE







39


APPENDIX 0/5:

SPECIAL
NATIONAL ALTERATIONS OF THE OVERSEEING
DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN IRELAND


The following Additions, Substitutions and Cancellations and minor alterations shall be made
:






Additional Clauses

Clause No

Title and written text


650A


Waste Management


1.

The Contractor shall be responsible for disposal of all waste including but not
limited to spoil detritus and the like arising from all work required by or
associated with the Contract. Waste shall be transported to appropriate
license
d waste disposal or recycling sites. The contractor shall be responsible
for all costs, charges and taxes incurred in disposal of the waste.


2
The Contractor shall be aware of and comply with current Waste Management
statutory obligations. Information on Waste Management and The Controlled
Waste (Duty of Care) Regulations can be obtained from the Environmental
and Heritage Service (Environment P
rotection Section) web site


www.ehsni.gov.uk

and also
www.greentriangle.org/


3
Under the Regulations both the Contractor and Carrier (Transferor and



Transferee) shall complete Controlled Waste Transfer Notes. The format of a



typical “Controlled Waste Transfer Note” is set out below.


4 The Controlled Waste Transfer Notes are legal documents and the Transferor




and Transferee shall keep copies of these for at least two years, and make



them available for inspection by the Department of the Environment and the


Employer on request. A season ticket may be used, where a series of


trans
fers of waste of the same description is being made, to the same place by


the same person. In this case, one transfer note may be used covering a


series of transfers.


5 A summary of transfer Notes / Season Tickets shall be provide
d by the


Contractor at six month intervals and on Completion. The summary shall


include the following minimum information:
-




Details of the Transferor and Transferee



Site Location and Dates of Waste Transfer



Description of Waste and
European Waste Catalogue Code



Quantity of Waste transferred


40


6 If the Contractor is required to transfer material (including topsoil) from one


Roads Service site to another site at a different geographical location, transfer



notes shal
l be required. Similarly, for any materials recycled off
-
site, an


estimate of the weight of material processed, shall be indicated on transfer


notes.


7 Disposal of Class U1 unacceptable material (as defined in sub
-
Clause 601
-
2)


shall be carried out in accordance with the “The Controlled Waste (Duty of


Care) Regulations (Northern Ireland).


Under the Regulations both the Contractor and Carrier (Transferor and


Transferee) shall complete Controlled W
aste Transfer Notes.


8 If Class U2 material (as defined in sub
-
Clause 601
-
2) is encountered in the


Works, it shall be disposed of in a manner to be agreed between the Contractor



and the Overseeing Organisation and comply with the cu
rrent Waste


Management legislation in Northern Ireland.


9 Certain particularly difficult or dangerous wastes (“special wastes”) are subject



to additional requirements in the Special Waste Regulations (Northern Ireland)


and o
ther legislation on Road Transport of dangerous substances. The


Contractor shall seek advice from the Environmental and Heritage Service at


the Duty of Care help
-
line
-

02890 546450 or at their website



http://www.ni
-
environment.gov.uk

if he has any doubts concerning applicable



legislation

or the

constitution of dangerous waste or the
i
dentification of any



waste material.


Specia
l Waste is subject to the “The Controlled Waste (Duty of Care)


regulations (Northern Ireland) and the completion of the Waste Transfer Notes /


Season Ticket is required in the same way as Controlled Waste.





Cancelled
Clauses

C
lause

No.

TITLE


NONE








Substitute Clauses



C
lause

No.

TITLE


NONE


41


SERIES 100


PRELIMINARIES


APPENDIX 1/4:

WORKING AND FABRICATION DRAWINGS


The Contractor shall submit to the
Project Manager
detailed working drawings
for the
following elements:



Series


Description


Required by:


???????


Goal Posts & Tennis
Posts

4 weeks before
installation


??????


Fencing and gates


4 weeks before start of construction


100

Traffic Management
proposals

2

weeks prior to commencement on site.

Reference should be made to Appendices 1/17 & 1/18.


400


G
uard rails

to stairs and
ramps



4 weeks before fabrication of rails





42



APPENDIX 1/5:

TESTING TO BE CARRIED OUT BY THE CONTRACTOR



General


1.

The
Contractor shall carry out testing in accordance with Table 1/5 in this Appendix.


2.

Tests comparable to those specified in this Appendix will be necessary for any
equivalent work, goods or materials proposed by the Contractor (see Clause 105.4).


3.

(N
) indicates that a UKAS (NAMAS) sampling and test report or certificate is required.


4.

Unless otherwise shown in this Appendix test certificates for work, goods on materials
as scheduled under any one Clause are required for all such work, goods or
materials
in the Works.


5.

Unless otherwise shown in this Appendix tests for work, goods on materials as
scheduled under any one Clause are required for all such work, goods or materials in
the Works.


6.

All laboratory testing shall be carried out by a

testing house which is independent of
the Contractor and is not within the same group of companies as the Contractor.


7.

Special National Alterations of the Overseeing Departments of Scotland, Wales or
Northern Ireland are to be regarded as part of the
main Specification clauses for the
purposes of testing.


8.

Cube strengths are not required for concrete complying with Clause 2602.


9.

The main specification for testing is the Specification for Highways Works. Testing
under Series 500 will also requir
e testing as detailed in the Civil Engineering
Specification for the Water Industry 6
th

Edition June 2004.



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Clause

Work, Goods or Material

Test

Frequency of
Testing

Test Certificate

Comments

Series 300

306

Permanent fencing




Quality management
scheme applies


Concrete components

Cover to reinforcement

1 per consignment
(maximum 1 per 100
components) (BS1722)

308

Gates and stiles




Quality management
scheme applies



Reinforced concrete post

Cover to reinforcement

1 per consignment
(maximum 1 per 100
components

(BS 3470)


308 &
311

Preservation of timber

Full sapwood
penetration

As required in sub
-
Clause 311.2(v)

Required for each
batch

Quality management
scheme applies

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Clause

Work, Goods or Material

Test

Frequency of
Testing

Test Certificate

Comments

Series 400

402

Welding

Welding procedures
(Manufacturer’s tests)

(Every seven years)

Required

Quality management
scheme applies


Welder qualifications
(Manufacturer’s tests)

As required in sub
-
Clause 402.6 (iii)


Production testing
(Manufacturer’s tests)

As required in sub
-
Clause 402.6 (iv)


Welded joints

Destructive testing

To SHW sub
-
Clause
402.6(v) and 402.6(vi)

For details see NG
402(N)

403

Anchorages and attachment
systems for use in drilled holes

Ultimate tensile load
(Manufacturer’s tests)


Required

To provide well attested
and documented
evidence,

to SHW sub
-
Clause 403.15

404

Anchorages in drilled holes

Loading test on site

As required in Appendix
4/1



Post foundations


406

Vehicle parapets



Required (BS
6779
-
1 1998
(Amd. No.14290

21 March 2003))

Quality management
scheme applies

407

Anchorages and attachment

systems for use in drilled holes

Ultimate tensile load

(Manufacturer’s tests)


Required

To provide well attested
and

documented evidence


409

Vehicle parapet posts

Production testing as
specified in BS 6779
-
1
1998 (AMD No 14290,
21 March 2003)

(Manufacturer’s tests)


Required

Certification in
accordance with Clause
409 is required

410

Anchorages in drilled holes

On
-
site tensile load test

As required in

Appendix 4/1

Required





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TESTING TO BE CARRIED OUT BY THE
CONTRACTOR (CONTINUED)


Clause

Work, Goods or Material

Test

Frequency of
Testing

Test
Certificate

Comments

Series 500

501

Pipes for drainage and service ducts




Product certification
scheme applies


Vitrified Clay


`

Required for
pipes not quality
marked by an
UKAS or
equivalaent
accredited body
listed in Appendix
B

Concrete
-
PC/SRC

Not
exceeding
900 mm dia

Concrete
Prestressed

Iron
-

cast

Iron
-

ductile

PVC
-
U

GRP

Plastics,
see Table 5/1

Corrugated Steel

Manufacturers test

Required
(AASHTO)

Corrugated
steel bitumen
protection

Not
exceeding
900 mm
dia

Other materials



Required

BBA certification (or
equivalent) applies

503

Pipe Bedding

Grading and fines
content

1 per week

Required


Water
-
soluble sulphate
(WS) content (N)

5 per source


Oxidisable sulfides
(OS) content and toal
potential sulphate
(TPS) content (N)

5 per source

Resistance to
fragmentation (N)

1 per source





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Clause

Work, Goods or
Material

Test

Frequency of
Testing

Test
Certificate

Comments

Series 500 (continued)

505

Filter medium
backfill

Plastic index (N)

1 per source

Required


Resistance to
fragmentation (N)

1 per source


Water
-
soluble sulphate (WS)
content (N)

5 per course


Oxidisable sulfides (OS) content
and total potential sulphate
(TPA) content (N)

5 per source


Grading and fines content

1 per week


Permeability (N)

1 per

sou
rce


506

Sealing existing
drains






Concrete

Grout

507

Chambers






Precast
concrete



Product certification
scheme

Corrugated
galvanized
steel

(Manufacturer’s tests)

Required

Product certification
scheme

Manhole steps




Steel fitments

Covers, grates
and frames



Product certification
scheme applies

Cover bolts



Quality management
scheme applies

508

Gullies and pipe
junction




Product certification
applies


Precast
concrete


Clay


Cast iron
and
steel



509

Watertightness of
joints


Air test

Pressure test

All pipelines with
watertight joints

All watermains

Required


Specification for the
Water Industry
Section 7




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APPENDIX 1/5:

TESTING TO BE CARRIED OUT BY THE CONTRACTOR (CONTINUED)


Clause

Work, Goods or Material

Test

Frequency of
Testing

Test Certificate

Comments

Series 500 (continued)

512

Backfill to pipe bays

Grading

1 per 50 tonnes (min of
3)

Required


Water
-
soluble sulphate
(WS) content (N)

5 per source


Minimum to allow
for
natural variability of
sulphur compounds

Oxidisable sulfides (OS)
content and total
potential sulfate (TPA)
content (N)

5 per source


513

Permeable backing to earth
retaining structures

Plastic index (N)

1 per source

Required


Water
-
soluble
sulphate
(WS) content (N)

5 per source

Required


Oxidisable sulfides (OS)
content and total
potential sulphate (TPS)
content (N)

5 per source

Resistance to
fragmentation (N)

1 per source



Grading

1 per 200 tonnes (min
of 3)


Permeability
(N)

1 per source


Precast hollow concrete
blocks

(Manufacturer’s test)


Required


514

Fin Drains

Manufacturer’s test


Required

BAA Certification (or
equivalent) applies

515


Narrow filter drains

Manufacturer’s test


Required

BAA Certification (or
equivalent) applies



Geotextile, pipes and
fittings

Granular fill

Plastic index (N)

1 per source


Resistance to
fragmentation (N)

Water
-
soluble sulphate
(WS) content (N)

5 per source

Oxidisable sulfides

(OS)
content and total
potential sulphate (TPS)
content (N)

5 per source

Grading and fines
contents



1 per week (Min of 3)


Permeability (N)

1 per source

516


Combine drainage and kerb
systems

Load test

A minimum of 1 test
and not less than

1 test
per 1000 m for each
type and source

Required

Certification that the
systems comply with
Clause 516 is required

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APPENDIX 1/5:

TESTING TO BE CARRIED OUT BY THE CONTRACTOR (CONTINUED)

Clause

Work, Goods or Material

Test

Frequency of
Testing

Test
Certificate

Comments

Series 500 (continued)

517


Linear drainage systems

Load test

A minimum of 1 test and
not less than 1 test per
100 m for each type and
source

Required

Certification that the
systems comply with
Clause 517 is required

518

Thermoplastic structured wall
pipes and fittings

(Manufacturer’s test)


Required

BAA Certification (or
equivalent) applies

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APPENDIX 1/5:

TESTING TO BE CARRIED OUT BY THE CONTRACTOR (CONTINUED)

Clause

Work, Goods or Material

Test

Frequency of
Testing

Test

Certificate

Comments

Series 600

601,
631 to
637,

640

Acceptable material




Required


Class

General Description

1

General granular fill

Grading/uniformity
coefficient

Twice a week

mc/MCV (N)

2 per 1000 m
3
up to
max of 5 per day

SMC
of chalk (N)

Twice a week



1C only

Resistance to fragmentation
(N)

Weekly


2

General cohesive fill

Grading

Twice a week


mc/MCV/PL Undrained
shear strength (N)

2 per 1000 m
3
up to
max of 5 per day


3

General Chalk fill

mc (N)

2 per 1000 m
3
up to
max of 5 per day


4

Landscape fill

Grading/mc/MCV (N)

Daily


5

Topsoil

Grading

Daily



6

Selected granular fill

Grading/uniformity
coefficient

1 per 400 tonnes


PL/LL(N)

Daily

Resistance to fragmentation
(N)


Weekly for
on
-
site
material*


SMC (N)

Weekly


omc/mc, mc or MCV (N)


1 per 400 tonnes


Organic matter/ water
soluble sulfate (WS) (N)

Weekly


Oxidisable sulfides (OS)
and total potential sulphate
(TPS) content (N)

Weekly

pH/ chloride ion
contents
(N)

Weekly


Resistivety (N)


Undrained and drained
shear parameters




6F4
and
6F5


Size designation and overall
grading catogory

1 per week



Maximum fines and
oversize catogories

1 per week

Volume stability of blast
furnace slag

6 monthly

Volume stability of steel
(BOF and EAF) slag

6 monthly

Other aggregate
requirements

Annex C of BS EN
13242

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APPENDIX 1/5:

TESTING TO BE CARRIED OUT BY THE CONTRACTOR (CONTINUED)

Clause

Work, Goods or Material

Test

Frequency of
Testing

Test Certificate

Comments

Series 600 ( Continued)




Laboratory dry density and
optimum water content









7

Selected cohesive fill

Grading/ mc/MCV/ bulk
density (N)

Daily

Required



SMC of chalk (N)

Twice a week

PL/LL(N)

Daily

Organic matter/ water
soluble sulfate (WS) (N)

Twice a week or daily
where sulphates are
expected

Oxidisable sulfides (OS)
and total potential sulphate
(TPS) content (N)

Twice a week or daily
where sulphates are
expected


pH/ chloride ion contents
(N)

Weekly


Resistivety (N)

[As Required]

Undrained and drained
shear parameters

[As Required]


Permeability (N)

[As Required]


8

Miscellaneous fill

mc/MCV (N)

Daily


9

Stabilised materials




Pulverisation

1 per lane width per
200 m length


mc/MCV/PL (N)

Bearing ratio (N)

Pulvarised ash

Chemical analysis

1 per consignment


Furnace bottom ash

Grading

1 per 300 tonnes


Fill adjecent to cementatious
materials or metalic items

Water
-
soluble sulphate
(WS) content, oxidisable
sulfides (OS) and total
potential sulphate (TPS)
content (N)

1 per 400 tonnes or per
location if less than 400
tonnes



Earthworks material beneath

surface of a road or paved
central

reserve

Frost heave (N)


Required


(i) Off site source

1 every four months*

(ii) On site source

As required




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Clause

Work, Goods or Material

Test

Frequency of Testing

Test Certificate

Comments

Series 600 (continued)

609

621

Geotextiles

Tensile load

1 per 400 square
metres

Required


Permeability

Pore size

612

Compaction of fills



Required




Method compaction

Field dry density (N)

As required


End product compaction

Optimum
mc (2