Conducting preliminary Engineering –cum-traffic survey for New Railway BG line Name of work : Conducting preliminary Engineering –cum-traffic survey for New Railway BG line between……………………………………… and………………………………………. stations and submission of report with plans and estimates etc. No Description Qty Unit Rate Rs Amount Rs 1 Carrying out preliminary Engineering-cum-traffic survey for new railway BG line between …………………….( Existing Railway station) and ——————————-( Existing/Proposed Railway station) as per the relevant paras of Engineering code & as per the terms of reference specified and preparing the Civil Engineering estimate duly estimating the quantities such as bridges, formation (bank/cutting), tunnel, service buildings, platforms, FOBs, ROB/RUBs, level crossings, residential buildings, pillars, other structures, P.way etc, Carrying out Electrical (General),Electrical Traction & Traffic surveys as per specified norms(Schedules enclosed) including working out Rate of Return and submitting report, estimate , plans etc., in 10 hard copies as well as soft copies (in their native formats as well as pdf format with appropriate hyper links) and Preparation of colour video film of proposed alignment of railway track along the centre line covering take off points, temporary bench marks, road crossings, river crossings, power line crossings, DOT crossings, references of alignment, editing such as writing the text, showing arrow marks etc., and duly geotagged (i.e name and GPS coordinates of Major locations such as ROB/RUB’s, Major & minor bridges, surface/ grade crossing, yards, and any other obligatory point to be shown) and providing suitable background music and submission to railways in triplicate on CD/DVD with contractors own technical personnel, skilled / unskilled labour, video camera, tools & plants, survey equipments, Total Station, GPS/DGPS etc., transportation, consumables etc complete as per the notes given in special conditions and directed by Engineer Incharge. KM 16000/-
Contractor’s percentage at par/above/below:
Payment Schedule: • After marking three best alignments on topo sheets, on Google earth, generating 3 ‘L’ sections with their merits/demerits, checking their feasibility at site and submitting hard and soft copies to the Engineer-in-charge with all technical details of each alignment and an approval of one best fit alignment with suggested modifications: 5% of item rate will be paid. • On submission of repost, alignment plans, index plans, sections, estimate and all relevant plans for scrutiny by Railway for the selected route along with the detailed data: 45% of item rate will be paid. • After attending the observations and modifying the plans, estimates, reports etc., and after submission of estimate report to finance for verification by the Engineer-in-charge: 30% of item rate will be paid. • After attending finance observations & making final report, estimate, plans etc., and after approval by competent authority and after submission of estimate and report in required no. of copies both in soft and hard copies and as directed by Engineer-in-charge: 15% of item rate will be paid. • After receiving the vedio film as stipulated, final 5% of item rate shall be paid. Signature of the Tenderer
Methodology of Preliminary Engineering Cum Traffic Survey:
1. Collecting soft copy of latest topo sheets (1:50000) from Survey of India.
2. Marking three best possible alignments on topo sheet under supervision of railway officials and as per directions of Engineer-in-charge.
3. While making the best possible alignments alternatives, the all parameters to give maximum traffic input to the project as well as technical/engineering constraints etc are to be considered.
4. Marking above three alignments on Google earth and generating the Google earth coordinates (GPS Co-ordinates) and making a soft copy.
5. Submission of soft copies and hard copies (A-0/A-1 size) of above 3 alignments on topo sheet as well as on Google earth of A-0 / A-1 size to engineer in charge for tentative approval by Railways.
6. For all the 3 alignments, L section to be made as per terms of reference, taking the help of Google earth and to be submitted to Engineer-in-charge with all traffic details, technical details, merits and demerits of each alignment for discussion with concerned departments.
7. In case Railway suggests any another alignment (other than the 3 submitted by the agency) or some modifications to any of the 3 alignments, the above cited exercise to be redone for alternative alignment also as suggested by Railways.
8. After final approval of alignment by Railway, field survey shall be done by the agency.
9. Foot by foot survey of the proposed alignment to be done to have general feel of the area and to get primary information of the area. Detailed engineering as well as traffic survey need to be done for the alignment.
10. Traversing along approved alignment taking longitudinal levels at 100 m interval and cross sectional level at suitable intervals to the required land width.
11. The amount of details in cross section to a great extent depend on the nature of country traversed. Cross section levels at closer intervals should be taken wherever found necessary to exactly determine the terrain to enable the preparation of fairly accurate estimate.
12. All such field survey should be done using Total Station instrument and GPS/DGPS.
13. Field details such as road crossings, Water courses, bridge locations, tunnels, suitable location of stations, obligatory points, curve beginning, curve end etc are to be taken with the help of total station and GPS and their GPS Co ordinates should be worked out and shown in all plans and sections.
14. Most suitable locations for road crossings, bridges, tunnels, stations etc are to be fixed.
15. Sufficient soil samples to be collected at all proposed bridge and tunnel locations and suitable type of foundation to be proposed for each structure. Soil samples are also to be collected at suitable intervals along the complete alignment. Soil should be tested (Trial Pits) for various properties such that it gives a fairly good idea of the soil classification and characteristics on proposed route (testing of disturbed soil sample is adequate but for rocky terrain Geophysical survey shall be done) following RDSO guide lines for PETS.
16. Information regarding subsoil water also to be collected and given in the survey report.
17. In case where alignment passes through mountain/hills, geological characteristics of the country shall be investigated.
18. Permanent reference marks i.e., stone/CC pillars of size 100 x 100 x 600 mm should be left on the ground at apex points of curves, locations of important/major bridges, road crossings and any other point which gives idea of alignment while verifying at site and at locations which normally does not get disturbed duly marking their GPS co-ordinate on the stone/CC pillar. All such pillars along with their GPS co-ordinates are to be indicated on the plans and sections submitted to Railway.
19. Bench marks are to be left at an interval of 500 m at locations which can be fairly remain preserved duly indicating its level and GPS co-ordinate on the bench mark. All such bench marks should be marked on the plans and sections along with the GPS co-ordinates so that they can be identified in subsequent surveys/references physically and with the help of GPS.
20. Jungle clearance if any required for carrying out the survey and for fixing pegs, reference pillars etc need to be done by contractor at his own cost.
21. Waterways to be worked out and spans and openings are to be proposed for all the bridges.
22. Details of water bodies/water works which have direct effect on the proposed line are to be collected.
23. Collecting details of surface crossings and deciding nature of crossing i.e., surface/grade separation depending upon the site conditions.
24. Collecting details of overhead crossings, power line crossings and deciding its modifications including longitudinal profile duly taking guidance of the engineer in-charge indicating its GPS coordinates in the plans and sections.
25. Details to be collected and shown in the report and estimate about power line crossings : • Type of power line crossing to be proposed in the line. • Capacity of power line crossing. • Ownership of power line crossing. • Width of toe of embankment at the location of power line crossings and height of embankment. • Land width at the location of power line crossing. Nearest availability of power source for Railways at stations. • Preparation and submission of details of pegging out of OHE masts, substation, OHE depots. • Preparation and submission of availability of source of electricity for the use of Railways HT line and LT line • Any other data as suggested by Electrical Genl& Electrical Traction authorities.
26. Preparing longitudinal sections and plans from the details collected at site with total station and GPS to scale of horizontal 1 cm : 0.5 km and vertical 1 cm : 10 m respectively by showing chainages, ground levels, proposed formation level, proposed rail level, gradient, curves, water courses, bridges, crossings, grade separators, stations and other permanent features, which have relevance to the proposed line in A0/A1/A3 size suitable to become part of the report itself. All features should be shown along with their GPS co-ordinates.
27. Similarly, index plans to a scale of 1 cm: 2.5 km are to be prepared from details collected at site with total station and GPS.
28. Collecting all relevant traffic details as per guidelines given in Engg Code Chapter III.
29. Yard arrangements for all the proposed stations including serving industrial sidings etc., are to be finalised duly considering the local conditions on case to case basis and duly discussing with engineer-in charge. Accordingly, yard plans are to be prepared in the approved format in A4 and A3 sizes showing the line configuration, platforms, station building, gradient, chainages, land boundaries etc, duly giving their GPS coordinates. Junction yards should be prepared in A2 size also. In all yard plans, demarcation of land available and proposed on either side is to be shown.
30. Availability of land/space for laying new line under ROB/RUB may be examined particularly where they are in close proximity of stations.
31. In the index plans and index sections, all the important land marks like bridge, buildings etc should be marked with GPS co-ordinates.
32. Making general map in A4 / A3 sizes in 1cm = 20km scale.
33. Existing railway land available to be surveyed and the additional land requirement is to be assessed for accommodating the new railway line and all connected structures and also for maintenance purpose of the new assets. Land classification, costs of land acquisition is to be furnished duly obtaining rates from RDO/MRO/Sub Registrar/Forest Offices of the area. Costs associated with collection such land rates data etc are to be borne by the contractor himself. Documentary proof of such collected rates from the authority who issued the rates should also be enclosed along with the survey report and estimate.
34. Land requirement is to be assessed duly considering the height of bank and depth of cutting as per the relevant instructions contained in IR Engineering Code with latest correction slips/any latest Guidelines issued by Board from Time to Time.
35. Estimating the quantities of various items for various features such as bridges, formation (bank cutting), tunnel, service buildings, platforms, FOB, ROB/RUB, LCs, residential buildings, pillars, other structures, P Way etc., as specified in Engineering Code.
36. Working out ROR based on costs and traffic survey done by the agency. In addition, Railway also may supply some traffic survey details and traffic projections to enable working out ROR by the agency.
37. All the items specified by Electrical, Traffic Authorities as per enclosed schedules should be carried out including a) Making out a detailed report in A4 size comprising of narrative part indicating all salient features, history, background, standard of construction, methodology adopted in carrying out field work etc as per standard proforma.
b) List of proposed major, minor and important bridges, Road under bridges, Road over bridges, Foot over bridges, HT/LT power line crossings, Telephone line crossings and road crossings duly classifying the level crossings.
c) Detailed estimate of the cost per KM of permanent way to be furnished adopting latest P Way Rates.
d) A copy of detailed estimate indicating the basis for arriving cost of various items also should be submitted along with report and abstract estimate for guidance and record in (Ten) copies with two soft copies (In CDs) as directed by Engineer-in-charge. Estimate should be done in standard proforma supplied by Railways in Excel sheet with all relevant links.
e) Final plans should be submitted on polythene films also apart from giving in soft copies (in pdf as well as native format).
f) Final report and estimate should also be given in PDF format and to be made as e-book duly providing hyper links etc.
g) Soft copies of all the documents of final report should be given in PDF as well as their native format.
38. a) Preparation of abstract estimate for Civil, Electrical, TRD, Traffic & Mechanical departments duly taking guidance from the connected authorities of respective departments. However, S&T portion of the estimate shall be made and given by Railways on finalisation of yard plans. Contractor has to make combined estimate duly considering the S&T portion of the estimate given by Railways.
b) Before finalising report, two hard copies of draft report separately for Engineering, Electrical (General and TRD), Traffic and Mechanical to be submitted to Railways. On approval of draft only the final report to be made.
39. The estimate should clearly give indications & calculations as to how the quantities and rates of various items have been arrived at.
40. The video of the proposed alignment is to be properly geotagged i.e name and GPS coordinates of Major locations such as ROB/RUB’s, Major & minor bridges, surface/ grade crossing, yards, and any other obligatory point.
41. Contractor should also arrange vehicles for his staff for carrying out various surveys. Contractor shall also arrange vehicles for inspection of site by Railway engineers, officers (Dy COM/Survey etc), officials during survey as and when required. Contractor shall make necessary roads and paths, his labour camps etc wherever necessary with his own costs for conducting the survey. Contractor at his own cost carry the samples etc to the engineer’s laboratory or contractor’s own laboratory for testing etc.
42. Contractor shall at all times be responsible for any damages or trespasses committed by his agent or workmen while carrying out the work. The railway will not be liable for any damage caused by the contractor or his agents or his work men to any property whether that of an outsider or the contractor during the survey work. 43. Survey report & Survey Estimate shall be made as per chapters – III ,IV & V of Engineering Code. 44. Abstract estimate to be prepared as per formats mentioned in the Engineering Code form E.No.547 to 552 and E 553,&554 and detailed estimate of the cost for one kilometre of permanent way are essential and should be submitted with the report. The methods by which the figures in the abstract estimate have derived should be clearly explained in the report. 45. Report should be submitted after the conclusion of the survey; it should contain a definite recommendation as to whether from the financial point of view the prospects of the line surveyed are such as to make it worth whether to undertake further investigation with view of the construction of the project. 46. Preparation and submitting the maps – The report and estimates should be accompanied by a map of the area on a scale of 20 KM to a CM and an index map on a scale of 2.50 KM to a CM. the proposed route or routes being marked them in red and all towns and places referred to in the report clearly shown there in. 47. The rates quoted by the Tenderer shall include and cover expenditure on all incidental items of work, related to each items of work, related to each item described in the schedule of rates as well as in special conditions including the cost of all materials, tools labour carriage, setting up camp for labour, carriage of samples for delivery at Engineer’s office or to the contractor’s laboratory, setting up and running a field laboratory, and custody and care of the equipment etc., against any eventualities. 48. The tenderer should own or procure or hire and use the following:
a. Total station ( not more than two year old) 2 Nos b. Handheld GPS instrument of Garmin or Similar make 2 Nos c. DGPS ( may own or hire) 1 No d. Digital Camera of min 12 Mega pixel 1 No e. A0 size colour plotter 1 No f. 4 wheel road vehicle ( may own/hire) 2 No g. Surveyors with required skilled/semi skilled manpower 3 Parties The surveyors should have the knowledge and experience of working on relevant software like Autocad, Google Earth, MS Office, Adobe etc.
TERMS OF REFERENCE a) Traffic: Sl.No. Description Details 1 Length (kms) 2 Tentative Annual GMT 3 Type of traffic to be moved 4 Whether Mineral route or not 5 Expected major commodities 6 No. of trains each way 7 Max speed in KMPH 8 Type of Traction 9 Type of signaling b)Engineering 1 Ruling Gradient Plane(Compensated) 2 Steepest Gradient in yards 3 Maximum degree of curvature ( Planes) 4 Curves, Station yards, transitions are to be designed for 5 Type of loading 6 Standard of construction 7 Track structure 8 Road crossings 9 Loop lines and platform at each crossing station Note : Not to be Typed in Tender schedule The contents of Approved terms of ref are to be Filled up on the above table
ANNEXURE – “A” TERMS OF TRAFFIC REFERENCES I. Various departments/ officials to be contacted during the traffic survey for collecting information is given below for general guidance.
S.No Agency that can give information Details of information required 1 Collectors Details of the districts 2 Dist. Statistical Officer, Dist. Chief Planning Officer Village-wise and Block wise population of project section as per latest Census. 3 Road Transport Corporation Depot wise passengers, PKMs, routes, buses, fare structure etc. for last 5 years. 4 Leading truck transport operators and chamber of commerce Present imports and exports of major commodities with origin-destination and transport charges. 5 Dist agriculture Officials, Representatives of major public and private firms. a) Agricultural production for the last 5 years with area under cultivation/irrigation and projections for the next 5 years. b) Quantity of fertilizers, seeds, pesticides imported with places and outlook for future. c) Details of agricultural labour movement d) Plan for irrigating additional area with details 6 Dist. Civil Supply Officials, Food Corporation of India Officials a) Consumption of agricultural produce, major commodities, present and future, along with origin – destination points and quantity. b) Quantity & places from where essential commodities such as cement, coal, steel, food grains, pulses etc are imported 7 GM/ District Industries Centre,Major industrialists, Mining department/ Corporation Officials a) Location of each industry, produce, capacity, actual production, places from ,quantity of raw materials imported with mode of transportation etc. and expansion plans with investment b) Similar details as above for minerals
imports of commodities like cement and steel workforce movement i.e. labour from neighbouring areas.
8 District Educational Officer or Development Officers Major educational and technical institutions involving daily movement of students. 9 Electricity Board State Officials Present and future major medium Thermal/Hydal generation centers with details 10 Chamber of Commerce, Merchants Associations Market Committees a) Market arrivals and surplus. b) Imports of major commodities c) Rail Transport problems 11 Dy Conservator of forests
Forest produce – Quantity, Commodity wise annually and surplus for exports
12 District lead Bank Officials Credit plan, Agriculture and Industrial development scenario. 13 Road Transport Authority Details of Roads with area and the road vehicles, category-wise, registrations and no. of inter state / all India permits for trucks etc., 14 MPs, MLA’s and other public representatives Their views on development of the area and on the project, if any 15 Officials of Petroleum Companies Oil/Gas Imports/Exports, Origin – destination wise, present quantity , and future projections and places from where imported. 16 SE (R & B) Details of present road network and future plans. 17 SE (Irrigation) Details of present Irrigation projects, and also their future projections.
Parameters to assess the Internal Rate of Return of the project Not to be Typed:Parameters to be changed depending on the project.
S.No Description Details 1 Distribution of cost estimates and phasing of investment. Less investment in initial years and increase in subsequent years of construction 2 Completion schedule. (As per Board’s letter no 89/W-1/Genl/01 dt 19.5.89). 3 Life span of project. 30 years ( Para 303, Engg Code) 4 Cost of Rolling stock. As per Pink Book 2011-12 5 Power pack for diesel locos. Rs. 140 lakhs. 6 Earnings on Coaching traffic
On the basis of PKMs and increase @ 2% per annum for future years.
7 Coaching Working Expenses - Parameters to work out As per Summary End Results Coaching Services Profitability Unit Costs 2008-09. 1. Total line haul cost per VKM: Rs 12.52. 2. Transportation cost per VKM: Rs.03.24. 3. Cost of terminal functions per VKM: Rs.
4. Over all cost (Terminal & line haul) of
passengers, parcel etc and Catering services per VKM: Rs. 15.21
5. Over all passenger services (Terminal &
line haul) cost per VKM: Rs. 15.10
6. General overhead charges @ 23.60%. 7. Central charges @ 0.68%. 8. Escalation factor to update to the level of 2009-10 over 2008-09 : 1.87% 8 Additional earnings from 1st year to 6th year & 6th year to 11th year @2% increase per annum or 10% for 5 years period (without compounding) 9 Goods Earnings. Apportioned and limited to the project and adjoining sections only. 10 Goods Working expenses – Parameters to work out. As per Summary End Results, Freight Services Unit Costs 2008-09 (figures in Rs.) 1. Line haul cost per 1000 GTKMs 2. (i) Cost of Traction per 1000 GTKMs:
220.04. (ii) Cost of other transportation services including train passing staff per 1000 GTKMs: 33.86. (iii) Cost of Track per 1000 GTKMs: 52.35 (iv) Cost of Signalling per 1000 GTKMs: 4.31 Total line haul cost per 1000 GTKMs: 310.56
3. Provision and Maintenance Cost Rs. 632.22 4. Marshalling Cost 0.00x 2 = Rs. 0.00 4. Terminal service cost = Rs. 619.31 5. Documentation cost. Rs. 88.63. 6. Dependent cost @78.5% 7. General overhead charges @ 22.04%. 8. Central charges @ 0.64%. 9. Escalation factor @ 8.88% for the year
2009-10 over 2008-09.
11. Tariff rates adopted. i) Passenger fares: Coaching tariff no 26 (part
II) w.e.f. 01.4.2009.
ii) Freight rates: Goods tariff no 44 (part II)
Wagon turn round. Adopted zonal wagon turn round as 2.59 days of SCR as per IRASS 2008-09.
13 Residual value. 10% of the cost of engineering assets and rolling stock as per Bd. Lr. No.95/W2/SY/DL/SC/10 dated 11.12.96. 14. Project viability. 14% as per Board’s letter No. F(X)/II/87/ESC/1 dated 27.7.1992.
Note: Any updated information available with the Railways have to be collected and considered at the time of preparation of Traffic Reports and internal rate of return as per Railway Board’s latest guide lines.
The financial appraisal as well as calculation of Rate of Return/Internal Rate of Return is also a apart of the “Traffic Survey Report” and it has to be submitted in the format laid down by Railway Board duly incorporating all the annexures.
The agency should meet Dy.COM/Survey and travel along the new route proposed by road, to ascertain the nature of transporting goods in that area for fixing the best route from Traffic point of view. The agency should make transportation arrangements. Corrections made by Dy.COM/Survey in the draft report shall be carried out and final survey report to be submitted by the agency. Number of copies of plans for Traffic Portion of work: • Two copies of report/plans to be submitted in A4 size booklets duly spiral bound, for preliminary verification by the office of Dy.COM/Survey/S.C.Railway. • After obtaining preliminary approval of Dy.COM/Survey/S.C.Railway, two copies of the entire report to be submitted in A4 size booklets duly spiral bound with all necessary cover sheets and title sheets “As Draft” for verification. • After obtaining final approval from Dy.COM/Survey/S.C.Railway, the traffic survey report should be incorporated in the main survey report.
TRAFFIC SURVEY REPORT CHAPTERS. a. History of the proposal and terms of reference. b. General description c. Potential and prospects d. Industrial and Economic developments and traffic projections. e. Population projection and volume of passenger traffic. f. Existing rates and rates to be charged. g. Location of route or routes examined, alternate routes and possible extensions. h. Station sites and their importance. i. Trains services necessary/section capacity and various alternatives to increase capacity. j. Coaching and goods earnings. k. Working expenses and net receipts. l. Engineering features. Tel-Communications facilities. m. Financial appraisal n. Conclusion and recommendations
II. PROCUREMENT OF DATA a. Particulars of population in the catchments area net production of various commodities, total consumption and surplus for the base year. b. Particulars of cultivation of various locations in the project line. c. Projected population, commodity wise production, local requirement surplus or deficient. d. Gross import and export potential food grains, oil seeds, and cotton, fertilizers, cement and general goods. e. Analysis of existing modes of transport. f. Time tabling of proposed train services. g. Gross revenue projections – Passenger and goods traffic. h. Rolling stock requirement – investment for the rolling stock and terminal value of rolling stock. i. Working expenses of passenger traffic, goods traffic. Number of wagons originating/terminating and other unit cost of the categories. j. Capital investment on the proposed works and the benefits derived in the future years because of the investment k. Financial appraisal and the rate of return sheets. l. Synopsis of the salient features of the project . m. Board’s proforma for the use of various directories
III. INFORMATION TO BE COLLECTED BY THE TRAFFIC SURVEY TEAM a. Human resources b. Agricultural resources c. Mineral resources d. Industries located e. Pattern of trade & commerce f. Existing transport facilities g. Tourism and town prospects. h. Banking facilities i. National income statistics. j. Development in the area of State/Central Government k. Setting up of future industries, Development of existing ones etc.
IV. CONTACTS TO BE ESTABLISHED a. State Government department Viz., Dist. Collector, Agriculture, Mines, Mineral planning, Basis of economic and statistics. b. Central Government department Viz., Transport, Railways, Mines and Minerals. Industries viz., Cement, Coal, Iron ore, Fertilizer plants, Thermal stations. c. MP’s/MLA’s /local Leaders. d. Lorry owners Association, Merchants Association, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Truck owner’s association for inward and outward traffic, and Market committee for arrival and dispatches. e. Railway Departments like Engineering, S&T, Operating, Commercial, Accounts & Statistics and Station Masters, Goods Supervisors of Major stations further guidance and knowledge. Note: Not to be typed in Tender schedule
Relevant columns of Districts,important Towns,Places are to be filled up before issuing Tender Notice.Guidance from Dy COM/Survey can be taken wherever needed.
ANNEXURE – “B” Electrical (General) Portion I. Modification to Power Line crossing to suite Railway power Line X-ings 1987: 1. Modification to 220 KV power line crossing. 2. Modification to 132 KV power line crossing. 3. Modification to 110 KV power line crossing. 4. Modification to 66 KV power line crossing. 5. Modification to 33 KV power line crossing. 6. Modification to 11 KV power line crossing. 7. Modification to 440V/230V power line crossing. 8. Amount payable to Electricity Boards towards supervision charges for modification to power line crossings 9. Necessary drawings for modifying the above power line crossings II. Electrification to service buildings (station wise):
1. Amount payable to Electricity Boards for availing 24 Hrs.3 phase supply both commercial and domestic towards installation, service line, consumption deposit etc. 2 Electrification of platform lighting inc. name board lighting.
3 Electrification of cover over platforms shed. 4 Electrification of Relay rooms. 5 Electrification of Relay, Battery and Generator (RBG) rooms. 6 Electrification of Tea stall, waiting halls, book stall, parcel office 7 Electrification of ASM room etc.
8 Supply of wiring diagrams for the above buildings including cable route with required capacity etc, size
9 Electrification of circulating Ares(High mast where ever required as per importance) 10 Electrification of approach road for station building. 11 Erection of MDB at incoming mans with separate energy meters(domestic and commercial loads) 12 Cable route from MDB to station building and MDB to RBG room. 13 Electrification to water coolers, sign boards 14 Electrification to Foot over bridge.
15 Electrification to Rest houses for supervisors and Rest Houses for Officers.
16 Electrification of AEN Office, AEEE office. 17 Electrification of PWI,IOW, CSI and Foreman Office. 18 Electrification of RPF office and CTI office. 19 Electrification of Repeater hut. 20 Electrification of goods shed platforms and sheet.
21 Electrification of goods shed siding.
22 Provision of diesel genera set for station building with accurate enclosure. 23 Provision of Air conditioning by split/window type whichever is suitable for VIP rooms and Officer Rest house. 24 Electrification of Health unit.
25 Any other buildings as proposed by Engineering Department.
III. Watering arrangements and power supply arrangements to Railway Qrs, Service Buildings, Stations:
1. Provision of pumps as well as submerged pumps. 2. Electrification of pump room
IV Electrification of staff quarters: 1. Electrification of Streetlights. 2. Electrification of Staff Quarters, power supply arrangements and wiring to Type-I, II, III, IV and V quarters.
V Electrification of Sub-station 1. Provision of HT substation for important towns including transformer, switchgear as per Railway standards. 2. Electrification of control room
VI Electrification of LC gates 1. Electrification if LC gates including road lighting either end of LC gate. 2. Amount payable to Electricity boards for road lighting on either side of LC gates including gate lodge for 24 hours supply. VII General: 1. For all location cable route diagram and wiring diagram number of fittings, etc., to be made available. 2. Provision for tools and plants required for maintenance for each station (required to be obtained from the Dy.CEE/Works/SC/EEE/Projects/SC). 3. For construction of control room & pump house Engg. portion to be included.
Note: Survey shall include joint visit of consultant and Dy.CEE/W/SC representative and also while preparing above drawings necessary guide lines should be obtained from Deputy Chief Electrical Engineer / Works / Secunderabad Office.
Electrical (TrD) Portion
Special conditions for Preparation & Submission of 25 KV a.c. Electrification Report with Plans & Estimates etc. for the proposed new BG line between _ and _ stations
1.1.1 SCOPE OF WORK:
Preliminary Engineering-Cum-Traffic Survey for the New Railway BG Line between ……………..&……………….. Stations over South Central Railway. Preparation & Submission of 25 KV a.c. Electrification Report with Plans & Estimates etc., for the proposed new line including modification to the existing 25 KV Traction assets as covered under item 1 of Schedule and the scope of work involved is given below:
a) The abstract estimates shall be prepared as per Engineering Code b) The wiring plans, General supply arrangement drawings, sectioning arrangement drawings, shall be prepared as per AC Traction Manual (ACTM)
c) Details of the Power Line Crossings and Power Lines those are running parallel to proposed track with less than 8m horizontal distance from centre line of existing & proposed electrified track for electrification.
1.1.2 FACILITIES AND ASSITANCE GIVEN BY RAILWAY:
While carrying out the field survey and the section in respect of the existing tracks required to be modified and also wires of a few more tracks in their vicinity also to be examined, to enable preparation of wiring plans and thereafter report & estimation for 25 KV a.c. Electrification works. For this reason the following information will be made available from S.C.Railway at free of cost to the contractor and shall be collected from office of the Dy.CEE/C/OHE/SC.
a) Complete guidelines, laying down the standards / specifications / principles to be observed in preparing wiring diagrams, sectioning diagrams & General supply diagrams. As for as possible, the standards may not be changed during the progress of the work to avoid revision / duplication of work.
b) Necessary existing 25 KV Lay Out Plans, Sectioning Diagrams, General supply diagrams “Original Tracings / Reproducible Tracing Films” will be supplied to the contractor with clear acknowledgement. After taking the necessary copies, those Original Tracings/RTFs shall be returned back safely.
1.1.3 SUPPLY OF MATERIALS BY THE PURCHASER:
The purchaser will supply no materials, tools & plant or stationary to carryout the work. All tools & plant implements, drawing office equipment, stationary and materials must be arranged by the contractor as required for fulfillment of the contract and also survey instruments etc., shall be arranged by the contractor. No foreign exchanges and / or import licences will be released / provided to the contractor in connection with the contract.
1.1.4 GENERAL FEATURES:
Basing on plans mentioned in Para1.1.2 above, the contractor has to supply the following: I) Proposed route map to a scale of 1cm = 5 KM duly indicating the Existing & Proposed 25 KV OHE infrastructures duly showing with different colour codes. II) Preparation of wiring cum sectioning diagrams on good tracing paper in ink or with prints on computer with laser jet cartridge to a scale of 1 cm = 1 Km in open route and 1 cm = 100 meters for yard lines duly indicating the existing electrified lines, standard width of the tracing shall be 297mm or multiple thereof. The track shall be represented by a single line and shall be designated as UP/DN, UP loop / DN loop Goods Main Line, 3rd line etc. III) Detailed calculation of length of new track proposed for electrification, length of return conductor, provision of booster transformer stations, Auxiliary Transformer stations. IV) Assessment of wind pressure of the section based on latest ISI Specifications applicable for the structures having height less than 20 metres from Ground level. V) Location plans duly indicating standard land marks for the most suitable sites for the newly proposed traction sub stations, switching stations, OHE & PSI Depots, tower car sheds and augmentation facilities for the existing electric loco sheds & trip attention sheds etc. VI) Location plans for the new Electric Loco shed & Trip attention sheds if any VII) Augmentation facilities for the existing supervisory remote control system VIII) Provision of new supervisory remote control systems if any IX) Details of land and buildings/sheds involved if any for the TrD & TRS organization with classification and approximate cost to be furnished. X) Km/Chainage of HT/LT power line crossings, No.of circuits and voltage of the crossing, height of the lowest conductor from rail level and distance with type of structures on either sides from the nearest proposed new rail should be surveyed and clearly indicated in a statement. XI) Km/Chainage of HT/LT Power line, No.of circuits and voltage running parallel with less than 8.0 meters horizontal distance from the centre line of the proposed new tracks. XII) Report & Abstract estimate to be prepared as per Engineering Code. The unit rates for various Traction works should be the prevailing rates during the financial year 2006-07 or latest.
XIII) Standard A4 size Photostat paper shall be used for the preparation report & abstract estimate and shall be supplied on MS Office and soft ware in CD media also. XIV) Abstract estimate to be prepared as per form mentioned in the Engineering code Form E.No.552, 553 and 554 and detailed estimate based on Unit Estimates wise. For example: Cost per one track kilometer of new tracks in open route and yards Cost of dismantling of existing 25 KV OHE assets items wise Cost of switching stations, cost of one traction sub station (Double Transformer & Single Transformer) Provision of Additional Power Transformer in the existing Traction Sub Station
XV) The above Abstract Estimate & Detailed estimate shall also include the cost of structures & buildings of the infrastructures required for the TrD, TRS Organisation. XVI) The No.of special type OHE structure required to be provided where the major & minor bridges, Road under bridges, Tunnels duly showing the details of traction mast proposed at the above locations. The design of supporting arrangement shall not, however form part of the contract. XVII) The chainages of both the edges, width and clear head room available for each of the wired tracks under the over line structure e.g. Foot Over Bridges, Road Over Bridges, Fly Over Track Bridges etc. The clearance study will not in the scope of the work.
XVIII) Yard arrangements for the stations serving collieries, cement factories, industrial sidings etc., will have to be shown separately.
1.1.5 SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS: a) The tenderer shall follow latest version of the standard general arrangement drawings and other drawings and specification relating to the equipment, components and fittings specified in the Tender paper. A list of standard drawing nos. and specifications are available in ACTM Vol.II Part-II. Copies of the above standard drawings are available for reference on any working day in the office of the Chief Electrical Engineer, South Central Railway, Secunderabad-500 071. However, if the Tenderer so desires he may purchase full set of drawings and specifications from Chief Electrical Engineer, Railway Electrification, Allahabad or RDSO, Lucknow.
1.1.6 Explanatory notes for Electrical items of work in schedule of prices are given below:
Item of work: Preliminary Engineering cum Traffic Survey for 25 KV a.c. Electrification of New Railway B.G. Lines Over S.C.Railway and Preparation and submission of 25 KV a.c. Electrification report with plans and estimates etc., for the new line including modification to the existing 25 KV OHE assets:
The unit prices against above item shall be per track Km. The unit price against the above item shall also cover the following:
a) The price shall cover verification of engineering track plans indicating the layout of new lines with respect to the existing lines.
b) The preparation of wiring plans and sectioning diagram, general supply diagram, other design are to be finalized by the contractor in consultation and in close co-ordination with the Purchaser's Electrical Engineer.
c) The contractor may be asked to prepare the wiring plans based on the site details if the purchaser not able to supply the Engineering track plan.
d) Detailed calculation of length of new track proposed for Electrification, length of return conductor, provision of booster transformer stations. Auxiliary transformer stations.
e) Assessment of quantum of modification work involved because of the proposal of new BG line f) Preparation of location plans duly indicating standard land marks for the most suitable sites for the newly proposed traction sub stations, switching stations and OHE&PSI Depots Augmentation facilities for the existing Electric Loco sheds & Trip attention shed. g) Selection of most suitable site for new traction substations and collecting required information regarding availability of power supply from State Electricity Board authorities etc. h) Preparation of location plans for the suitable site for proposed new service buildings like OHE depots, PSI depots, Tower wagon sheds etc. i) Preparation of the location plans for the New Electric Loco Shed & Trip attention sheds if any. j) Assessment of Augmentation facilities for the existing supervisory remote control system k) Assessment regarding provision of new supervisory remote control system of any.
l) Details of land for new traction substation and other service buildings involved with classification and cost to be furnished duly obtaining the land rates from RDO/MRO Sub Registrar by the tenderer at his own cost and documentary proof in this regard should be submitted to Railways also with the estimate.
m) Km/Chainage of HT/LT Power line crossings, No.of circuits and voltage of the crossing, height of the lowest conductor from rail level and distance with type of structures on either sides from the nearest proposed new rail should be surveyed and clearly indicated in a statement. n) Km/Chainage of HT/LT power line, No.of circuits and voltage running parallel with less than 8.0 meters horizontal distance from the centre line of the proposed new tracks. o) Report & Abstract Estimate to be prepared as per Engineering Code. The unit rates for various Traction works should be the prevailing rates during the financial year 2006-07. Standard A4 size Photostat paper shall be used for the preparation report & abstract estimate and shall be supplied on MS Office soft ware.
p) The No.of special type OHE structure required to be provided where the major & minor bridges, road under bridges, tunnels duly showing the details of traction mast proposed at the above locations. The design of supporting arrangement shall not, however form part of the contract.
q) The chainages of both the edges, width and clear head room available for each of the wired tracks under the over line structure e.g. Foot Over Bridges, Road Over Bridges, Fly Over Track Bridges etc. The clearance study will not in the scope of the work. r) Preparation quantity schedule for inclusion in the tender schedule in the standard format No.Form 5A items. s) Abstract estimate to be prepared as per Engineering Code and Detailed Estimate per Unit of TrD work and detailed estimate of TRS work also to be furnished. t) As and when required by the Railway Board the tenderer should attend Railway Board New Delhi for giving the clarification on the survey work done at his own cost. u) Supply of request number of copies of plans, report & estimate as explained in Para 1.1.6 of this tender paper.
1.1.7 Number copies of plans, Reports & Estimates for Electrical portion of work:
a) Two copies of the report and estimates, plans to be submitted in A4 size book lets duly spiral binding for preliminary verification by the office of the Chief Electrical General Engineer/S.C.Railway/Rail Nilayam (7th floor) Secunderabad. b) After obtaining the preliminary approval of Chief Electrical General Engineer/S.C.Railway/Rail Nilayam (7th floor) Secunderabad. Two copies of the entire report & estimate and plans to be submitted in A4 size book lets duly spiral binding with all necessary cover sheets and title sheets "AS DRAFT" for final verification. c) After obtaining pre final approval from Chief Electrical General Engineer/S.C.Railway/Rail Nilayam (7th Floor) Secunderabad, 5 copies of the such report & estimate and plans to be submitted in A4 size book lets duly spiral binding with all necessary cover sheets and title sheets for obtaining the finance concurrence. The report to be submitted in CD media also. d) During finance concurrence, depending on the necessity 2 more copies has to be submitted duly attending to the finance observations.
e) After obtaining of finance concurrence 6 copies of the entire report & estimate and plans to be submitted in A4 size book lets duly spiral binding with all necessary cover sheets and title sheets for submitted the same to the Railway Board. All original sheets of plans, report & estimate shall be hand over in the office of the Dy.CEE/C/OHE/SC for future reference and taking further prints.
1.1.8 PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS
a) All designs, legends notes on drawings and schedules of materials shall be in English and shall be prepared in the metric system. All designs and drawings shall conform to specification RE/OHE/25 (3/66). b) shall follow the best engineering practice in carrying out the work project report of and survey works of 25 KV a.c. Traction system. The wiring plans, sectioning diagrams and general supply diagrams shall be prepared in accordance with Principle of 25 KV a.c. OHE layout plans to ensure correct drawings/diagrams of OHE. c) Proposed route map to a scale of 1 cm = 5 KM duly indicating the existing & proposed 25 KV OHE infrastructures duly showing with different colour codes. d) Preparation of wiring cum sectioning diagrams on good tracing paper in ink or with prints on computer with laser jet cartridge to a scale of 1 cm = 1 km in open route and 1 cm = 100 meters for yard lines duly indicating the existing electrified lines. Standard width of the tracing shall be 297mm or multiple thereof. The track shall be represented by a single line and shall be designated as UP/DN, UP loop/DN loop, Goods Main line, 3rd line etc. e) Report & Abstract estimate to be prepared as per Engineering Code. The unit rates for various traction works should be the prevailing rates during the current financial year. f) Standard A4 size Photostat paper shall be used for the preparation report & abstract estimate and shall be supplied on MS office soft ware and in CD media also.
1.1.9 SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT:
a) All terms and conditions of tendering not specifically indicated above shall be governed by the provisions of Indian Railway General Condition of Contract and Indian Railway Standard Specification as amended from time to time to the extent applicable. b) Report should be submitted after the conclusion of the survey and study of the Engineering & S&T plans and such report should contain a definite recommendation as to whether from the financial point of view OR from Operational and Safety point of view. c) All plans, Reports and Estimate for 25 KV a.c. Electrification portion should be submitted to Chief Electrical General Engineer/S.C.Railway/Rail Nilayam (7th Floor) Secunderabad for verification /approval. d) If any comments made by the HQR's Officials of Railways if found necessary on the plans, report and estimate shall be carried out to evolve final plans, report and estimate and obtain final approval of Chief Electrical General Engineer/S.C.Railway/Rail Nilayam (7th Floor) Secunderabad. Subsequent changes resulting in duplication / revision may be avoided as possible during progress of work. If so desire the site inspection shall be conducted jointly according to a pre determined programme with a view to expedite the work.
1.1.10 Contractor's Responsibility:
a) All plans submitted by the contractor shall be based on thorough study. Notwithstanding the approval communicated by the purchase, the ultimate responsibility for correctness shall rest with contractor. The contractor shall rectify at his cost any discrepancy, errors or omissions in the plans supplied by him irrespective of the fact whether such plans have been in the past approved by the purchaser or not. The contractor shall not entitled to any extra payment due to hindrance resulting form normal Railway operations. b) The Railway reserves the right to depute an authorized representative for regular supervision of contractor's work. c) As and when required by the Railway Board the Tenderer should attend CEE/CAO's offices at Secunderabad and Railway Board, New Delhi for giving the clarification on the survey work at his own cost. d) On successful completion of the work as per provision of the contract and issue of the certificate of final acceptance by the purchaser and provided all the dues payable by the contractor to the purchaser have been duly paid or other wise made good by the contractor, the security deposit shall refund / release to the contractor on production no claim certificate given by the contractor duly countersigned by the purchaser's Engineers.