specifications-for-civil-works-2009-dcsem

  • Page 2 and 3: DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY DIRECTO[1]
  • Page 4 and 5: I – SPECIFICATIONS FOR WORKS GENERA[2]
  • Page 6 and 7: I. S. CODE NO. SUBJECT 4. CONCRETE [3]
  • Page 8 and 9: I. S. CODE NO. SUBJECT 10. WOOD WOR[4]
  • Page 10 and 11: I. S. CODE NO. SUBJECT 818-1968 (Re[5]
  • Page 12 and 13: I. S. CODE NO. SUBJECT 2096-1992 As[6]
  • Page 14 and 15: Material Test Field / laboratory te[7]
  • Page 16 and 17: OTHER MANDATORY TESTS: Soil core te[8]
  • Page 18 and 19: ) Excavation in Soft Rock : This sh[9]
  • Page 20 and 21: 1.13 MODE OF MEASUREMENTS: 1.13.1 A[10]
  • Page 22 and 23: In case of framed structure, the tr[11]
  • Page 24 and 25: 4. 4. 0 0 PLAIN PLAIN / / / REINFOR[12]
  • Page 26 and 27: Storage of aggregates : All coarse [13]
  • Page 28 and 29: Sl.No. Percentage by weight of aggr[14]
  • Page 30 and 31: NOTES NOTES Nominal cover to meet D[15]
  • Page 32 and 33: Assumed Standard Deviation: Where s[16]
  • Page 34 and 35: assurance would involve quality aud[17]
  • Page 36 and 37: 1. 2 3 Sl.No. Name of test Testing [18]
  • Page 38 and 39: Characteristic Compressive Strength[19]
  • Page 40 and 41: The test on aggregates would normal[20]
  • Page 42 and 43: Limits of Chloride Content of Concr[21]
  • Page 44 and 45: 7 Chutting : Where it is necessary [22]
  • Page 46 and 47: 1 Column Joints : In a column, the [23]
  • Page 48 and 49: 2 Method of Repair : Small size hol[24]
  • Page 50 and 51: 4.24 BONDING TREATMENT (MORTAR) : A[25]
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    4.33 CURING : All precast work shal

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    All plain concrete should be prefer

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    ii) COLUMN : Column shall be measur

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    5.2.2 Tolerances in other Concrete

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    o) Props shall be directly under on

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    6. STEEL FOR CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT

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    6.4 STACKING & STORAGE : Steel for

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    j) Protection to reinforcement in c

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    ) Control of Alignment : Piles shal

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    8. READY MIX CONCRETE : (SPECIFICAT

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    NOTES: 9. FLY ASH CONCRETE a) The f

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    Forms for substructure concrete may

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    S. N Part of Structure a) Walls, co

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    12. STRUCTURAL STEEL : 12.1 SCOPE O

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    The parts to be welded shall be mai

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    All the courses shall be laid truly

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    14. STONE MASONRY : 14.1 SCOPE OF W

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    16. CEMENT CONCRETE FLOORING (IPS)

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    17. IRONITE (OR HARDONATE) FLOORING

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    19.4 CLEANING OF SURFACE & LAYING O

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    20. IN-SITU TERRAZZO FLOORS, SKIRTI

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    Fixing, curing, polishing and clean

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    22.4 FIXING OF TILES FOR FLOORING :

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    24. MARBLE STONE FLOORING, TREADS,

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    25. 25. CERAMIC CERAMIC TILE TILE F

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    26. 26. VITRIFIED VITRIFIED TI TILE

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    27: 27: RED OR WHITE ROUGH DRESSED

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    28.3.2 Where air-conditioning is in

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    29 – LINOLEUM FLOORING 29. 0 Linole

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    31 31. 31 . WOOD WORK IN FRAMES, SH

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    The vision panels shall be of size

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    33 33. 33 33. . FACTORY FACTORY MAD

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    34 34 : GLASS GLASS FIBRE FIBRE REI

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    34.8.2 Each door shutter shall be f

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    35 35. 35 . FITTINGS AND FIXTURES :

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    36. GLASS AND GLAZING : 36.1 SCOPE

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    37.6 DETAILS OF COMPONENT PARTS : 3

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    39. M. S. GRILLS / RAILINGS : 39.1

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    40.5 HARDWARE : All cut outs, reces

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    41. ALUMINIUM WINDOWS, VENTILATORS,

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    42. ALUMINIUM CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM 4

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    (ii) Design concept over lighting p

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    42.6.8 Fabrication and Erection (i)

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    44. CEMENT PLASTERING FOR WALLS & C

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    44.7 (A) NEERU FINISH : Wherever sp

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    44.10 MODE OF MEASUREMENT: 44.10.1:

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    46. WALL CARE PUTTY 46.1 SCOPE OF W

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    47. PAINTING : 47.1 SCOPE OF WORK :

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    2. Measurements for doors, windows

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    47.11 (B): PAINTING WITH SUPERIOR Q

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    47.14.4 Protective Measures : Doors

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    47.19 BEES WAXING OR POLISHING WITH

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    48. VINERATEX OR VITROBRITE DECORAT

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    50. ASBESTOS CEMENT CORRUGATED / TR

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    51. MANGALORE PATTERN TILE ROOFING

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    specified in the schedule/shown in

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    52-C TRAP DOORS : The materials viz

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    53. METAL FALSE CEILING SYSTEM & TH

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    54. WATER PROOFING : GENERAL : The

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    is thoroughly set. This groove shal

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    54.6.4 Testing and Guarantee : The

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    55.: INTEGRAL CEMENT BASED WATER PR

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    (b) Water Proofing on Horizontal Su

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    55.B.5: Measurement: Length, width/

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    57. RAILING, BALUSTERS AND NEWELS :

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    60. ROAD AND PAVEMENTS : SCOPE OF W

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    SPECIFICATIONS FOR LAYING : Quantit

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    The area of soling actually done of

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    60.5.3 HOT MIXED HOT LAID BITUMINOU

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    The temperature of bituminous concr

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    Type The barbed wire and its weight

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    63. DRAINAGE WORK WITH NP2 CLASS RC

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    64. ROUGH / NATURAL FACED SHAHABAD

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    APPENDIX – “B” THEORETICAL STAN

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    Sl. No. CONSUMPTION OF PAINT FOR SO

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    APPENDIX – “D” PROFORMA FOR GUA

  • References

    1. ^ DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY DIRECTO (www.yumpu.com)
    2. ^ I – SPECIFICATIONS FOR WORKS GENERA (www.yumpu.com)
    3. ^ I. S. CODE NO. SUBJECT 4. CONCRETE (www.yumpu.com)
    4. ^ I. S. CODE NO. SUBJECT 10. WOOD WOR (www.yumpu.com)
    5. ^ I. S. CODE NO. SUBJECT 818-1968 (Re (www.yumpu.com)
    6. ^ I. S. CODE NO. SUBJECT 2096-1992 As (www.yumpu.com)
    7. ^ Material Test Field / laboratory te (www.yumpu.com)
    8. ^ OTHER MANDATORY TESTS: Soil core te (www.yumpu.com)
    9. ^ ) Excavation in Soft Rock : This sh (www.yumpu.com)
    10. ^ 1.13 MODE OF MEASUREMENTS: 1.13.1 A (www.yumpu.com)
    11. ^ In case of framed structure, the tr (www.yumpu.com)
    12. ^ 4. 4. 0 0 PLAIN PLAIN / / / REINFOR (www.yumpu.com)
    13. ^ Storage of aggregates : All coarse (www.yumpu.com)
    14. ^ Sl.No. Percentage by weight of aggr (www.yumpu.com)
    15. ^ NOTES NOTES Nominal cover to meet D (www.yumpu.com)
    16. ^ Assumed Standard Deviation: Where s (www.yumpu.com)
    17. ^ assurance would involve quality aud (www.yumpu.com)
    18. ^ 1. 2 3 Sl.No. Name of test Testing (www.yumpu.com)
    19. ^ Characteristic Compressive Strength (www.yumpu.com)
    20. ^ The test on aggregates would normal (www.yumpu.com)
    21. ^ Limits of Chloride Content of Concr (www.yumpu.com)
    22. ^ 7 Chutting : Where it is necessary (www.yumpu.com)
    23. ^ 1 Column Joints : In a column, the (www.yumpu.com)
    24. ^ 2 Method of Repair : Small size hol (www.yumpu.com)
    25. ^ 4.24 BONDING TREATMENT (MORTAR) : A (www.yumpu.com)

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