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                               SECTION 3.0


                              SCOPE OF WORK



CONSTRUCTION AND COMMISSIONING OF PRIMARY SCHOOL
               AL-KHOR COMMUNITY




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                      TABLE OF CONTENT




 1.0    INTRODUCTION……………………………………………………………………3

 2.0    SCHEDULE AND PHASING OF THE WORKS………………………………...4

 3.0    GENERAL REQUIREMENTS…………………………………………………….6

 4.0    SCOPE OF WORK………………………………………………………………..11

 5.0    PLANNING, SCHEDULING, PROGRESS REPORTING…………………….19

 6.0    QA/QC TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS………………………………………..22

 7.0    CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE…………………………………………………..28

 8.0    RASGAS TO PROVIDE…………………………………………………………..38

 9.0    SHE, SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS, PTW……………………………………….38

 10.0   TENDER RESPONSE REQUIREMENTS………………………………………42




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1.0    INTRODUCTION

       The Al Khor British and Indian Stream Schools require additional classroom facilities in
       order to meet increasing numbers of personnel to be employed by both RASGAS and
       Qatar Gas. The Schooling shall be provided in the Al Khor Community. Based on
       current numbers, the estimated requirement is for Schooling facilities for an additional
       1,700 children with the timing linked to construction and occupation of additional housing
       units being constructed by QREIC. The anticipated date for this requirement is August
       2009 ready for the 2009/2010 school year.

       The AKIS New Primary School Project with a gross floor area of approximately 25,000
       m2 comprises of 2 storey main classroom building, enclosed swimming pool complex,
       fully covered hard court, children playground and equipment, Athletic Track and football
       field, car parking and landscape areas in compliance to the requirement issued by the
       Ministry of Education.

1.1    PURPOSE

       The purpose of this Contract is to provide RasGas Company Limited, also known as
       RasGas(Company) with the complete Procurement, Installation, Construction and
       Commissioning of the Al Khor International School (AKIS) – New Primary School,
       inclusive of all required Facilities, Utilities and Associated Services at the Al Khor
       Community in accordance with this Invitation to Tender document.

1.2    CONTRACT DURATION AND COMPLETION

       Contractor shall execute the Services in a professional manner so to achieve the Project
       Completion on or before the following date: 30th June 2009.

       Adherence to the Contract Schedule / Completion Date is critical. As such the
       Completion Date Program shall be adhered to by the Contractor at all times and under
       all and any circumstances. Work progress, being a critical performance indicator, shall
       be closely monitored and hence is linked to the Performance Guarantee.

       The construction of the New AKIS Primary school is planned to commence on or before
       December 2007 and shall be completed by 30th June 2009. The contract duration is for
       a period of nineteen (19) months. The Initial project construction schedule is shown in
       attachment 10. The CONTRACTOR shall ensure to have sufficient resources to carry
       out the work/services mentioned in this section

       Early Completion:- The Contractor shall submit alternative construction cost and
       schedule of 17 months to achieve the Project Completion. RasGas shall reserve the
       right of selecting appropriate Construction schedule, at the time of Contract Award.

1.3    DEFINITIONS

       All reference to the abbreviation below shall mean or define as follows:

             ACP-AKIS Construction Project
             PTW – Permit to Work

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                PMS - Project Management and Supervision Team
                ENGINEER/ Consultant - Project Management and Supervision Team
                QCS – Qatar Construction Specification

       All other references and definitions used in Scope of services shall have the same
       meaning as described in section 2.0 General Conditions.

2.0    SCHEDULE AND PHASING OF THE WORKS

2.1    CRITICAL MILESTONE DATES

       Completion of milestones are considered critical to achieve the overall project objectives
       by RasGas. CONTRACTOR shall plan and perform all activities in a sequenced and well
       planned manner to achieve the completion of the critical milestones on or before the set
       dates in Table 2.1.1.

       The Critical milestone date mentioned in Table 2.1.1 are an extract from Attachment 10
       the preliminary project schedule.

       Completion of the Key Milestones on or before the dates envisaged by RasGas will
       ensure CONTRACTOR achieves the overall project objectives.

       CONTRACTOR shall make the key milestone dates an integral part of its overall
       execution program, and shall be closely monitored and reported as an integral part of
       the progress reporting.

       Table 2.1.1: Critical Milestone Dates

 Milestone       Description                Milestone Date            Liquidated Damages per
 No.                                                                  calendar day of delay
 10820           Site Mobilization – Site   14 days after Letter of   0.1% of Contract amount for
                 Offices & Site Team        Award                     the first 10 days of delay,
                                                                      0.2% of Contract amount for
                                                                      the next 15 days of delay, and
                                                                      0.3% of Contract amount for
                                                                      each day of delay thereafter
 11400           Construction – Ancillary   13 Months after Letter    0.1% of Contract amount for
                 Building Completion        of Award                  the first 10 days of delay,
                                                                      0.2% of Contract amount for
                                                                      the next 15 days of delay, and
                                                                      0.3% of Contract amount for
                                                                      each day of delay thereafter
 11280           Construction –             15.5 Months after         0.1% of Contract amount for
                 Swimming Pool Building     Letter of Award           the first 10 days of delay,
                 Completion                                           0.2% of Contract amount for
                                                                      the next 15 days of delay, and
                                                                      0.3% of Contract amount for
                                                                      each day of delay thereafter
 11560           Construction – External    17 Months after Letter    0.1% of Contract amount for
                 Works Completion           of Award                  the first 10 days of delay,

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                                                                   0.2% of Contract amount for
                                                                   the next 15 days of delay, and
                                                                   0.3% of Contract amount for
                                                                   each day of delay thereafter
 11120       Construction – Main         18 Months after Letter    0.1% of Contract amount for
             School Building             of Award                  the first 10 days of delay,
             Completion                                            0.2% of Contract amount for
                                                                   the next 15 days of delay, and
                                                                   0.3% of Contract amount for
                                                                   each day of delay thereafter
 10920       Project Acceptance &        30 June 2009              0.1% of Contract amount for
             Handing Over                                          the first 10 days of delay,
                                                                   0.2% of Contract amount for
                                                                   the next 15 days of delay, and
                                                                   0.3% of Contract amount for
                                                                   each day of delay thereafter
 11560       Football Pitch and          5 Months after AKIS       0.1% of Contract amount for
             Running Track               School allowed to         the first 10 days of delay,
                                         dismantle the             0.2% of Contract amount for
                                         Temporary Facilities      the next 15 days of delay, and
                                                                   0.3% of Contract amount for
                                                                   each day of delay thereafter

       Note:- In the case where RasGas decide to exercise the early completion option the
       milestone dates as mentioned above will be brought forward by 2 months except for site
       mobilization.

2.2    LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

       A)     At the discretion of RasGas, Liquidated Damages may be appllied in the event of
              late completion of the Critical Milestones as per the values indicated in Table
              2.1.1, and shall be calculated from the next working day following the Milestone
              Date.

       B)     The overall total amount of Liquidated Damages amount shall not exceed 10% of
              total Lump sum CONTRACT Price.

2.3   PHASING OF WORK

       It is acknowledged that in certain areas of the project, there are constraints as to the
       timing of works and these shall be addressed in the site logistics and execution program
       (Agreement Master Schedule).
       The Contractor shall carefully study the construction phasing which includes the new
       area for building construction, the demolition of the temporary school and the conversion
       to football field, replacement of existing Swimming Pool roof, Conversion of
       Paved/asphalt area to covered Multi Sports Court, etc.

       The Contractor shall coordinate closely with the Consultant and the Al-Khor Education
       Department as to how the Construction Phasing will not affect the ongoing school
       activities.

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        The demolition of Temporary School classrooms is tentatively schedule after June 2009
        followed by the construction of the Football pitch & running track.

2. 4   PROGRAMME

        The Contractor shall submit a comprehensive and practicable construction schedule
        showing the order in which he proposes to start and complete the several activities
        comprising the Works, site logistics and execution program, including the acquisition of
        materials; plant and equipment as a part of their Technical submission (please refer to
        clause 10.Tender Response Requirements). The construction schedule shall be revised
        within 15 days from the commencement date which when approved by RasGas shall be
        called the AGREEMENT MASTER SCHEDULE.

        The Program shall describe and detail the logical inter-relation and durations of the
        project construction activities according to the attached preliminary construction
        programme.

        The Contractor shall be required to use all means necessary to ensure that Construction
        Milestones stated in the Contract are met and to ensure completion of the Works within
        the time stated in Contract duration.

3.0    GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

3.1    TECHNICAL STANDARDS, SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWING

        The provision of the Work shall comply with international and local specifications,
        Technical standards, building, construction and environmental regulations, standards
        and specifications as required by the Company mentioned herein. Moreover, all the said
        Works and Services to complete the Whole of the Lump Sum Contract shall be based
        upon the latest Qatar Construction Specification, Building Standards, except where
        shown to differ in the attached RasGas Specifications. Should any disparity arise, then
        the higher specification shall prevail.

        CONTRACTOR shall notify any discrepancy found in writing for RasGas decision within
        10 days from issuance of Invitation to Tender (ITT) Document. RasGas will respond to
        such request in writing.

        Notes 1
        In the event of any discrepancy of a technical or engineering nature between local
        Laws/regulations and the documents listed above, the more stringent requirement shall
        govern.

        Note 2
        In the event of any discrepancy of legal nature between local laws/regulations and the
        documents listed above, the local laws/regulations shall govern.

        Note 3
        Any claim based on conflicts or discrepancies between the requirements of this Scope
        of Work and the reference documents, or among the reference documents shall not be

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        entertained by RasGas. CONTRACTOR shall identify all potential conflicts,
        discrepancies, or deficiencies in the information provided by RasGas, including this
        Scope of Work and all its attachments and referenced documents and drawings in their
        Technical Submission for resolution by RasGas prior to award of CONTRACT, if any.


3.2    COMPLIANCE WITH REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

        All works are to be constructed in accordance with the specifications and drawings,
        which form a part of this Scope of Work stated here below. The CONTRACTOR shall
        perform the Work strictly in accordance with this Contract and all the referenced
        documents.

        Where ever applicable, Contractor shall apply the latest Codes and Standards to
        execute the Work.

        LIST OF ATTACHMENTS

        Attachment 1 - Al Khor International School - As Built Drawing Register. (soft copy only)
        Attachment 1A - Al Khor International School - As Built Drawings (soft copy only)
        Attachment 2 - Overall Al Khor Plot Plan – PDF Drawing/Acad (soft copy only)
        Attachment 3 - Topographical Survey ( Soft copy and hard copy)
        Attachment 4 - Geotechnical Investigation Report (Soft copy and hard copy)
        Attachment 5 - Detailed Design Drawings Register (Soft copy and hard copy)
        Attachment 5A - Detailed Design Drawings (Soft copy and hard copy)
        Attachment 6 - Construction Specifications (Soft copy and hard copy)
        Attachment 7 - Bills of Quantities ( Soft copy and hard copy)
        Attachment 8 - Technical Qualification Requirement (Soft Copy only)
        Attachment 9 – SHE Questionnaire (Soft Copy only)
        Attachment 10 - Preliminary Project Construction Schedule (soft copy only)
        Attachment 11 – Proposed Access Road, Site Office and Lay down area (soft copy only)

        The Contractor shall be deemed to have obtained all necessary information as to risks,
        contingencies and any other circumstances that may influence or affect the execution of
        the Services.

        The Contractor shall be deemed to have planned, considered and accounted for any
        unavoidable effects of working in the Al Khor Community. The Contractor shall have
        deemed to have planned any additional resources to incorporate any lost time or work
        interruptions as a result of residential considerations and Al-Khor community
        requirements.

3. 3    WORK COORDINATION

        a)     Prior to any demolition, excavation or any other Services performed during the
               course of the Contract, the Contractor shall be completely responsible for
               establishing the location of all existing utility services, such as, water, electricity,
               telephone and the like. To isolate, secure, terminate, expose, support, or
               otherwise make safe all such utility services, in order that the Services can



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                  proceed in a safe manner in accordance with SHE provisions, with no danger to
                  his workers, members of the public or anyone else whatsoever.

        b)        During the new School Construction, RasGas may carry out a temporary
                  classroom extension adjacent to the existing school. The Contractor shall allow
                  the other specialist Contractor (if applicable) to access their work location.

        c)        The Contractor shall forecast the work ahead and coordinate closely with the
                  Consultant and the RasGas Project Coordinator for any work that will affect the
                  operation of the school and the community, including but not limited to the
                  relocation of the temporary Classroom Porta - Cabins.

3. 4    SITE DATA AND DOCUMENTATION

        (a)       The Contractor shall review and incorporate all data provided by the Company
                  including the preliminary information and design information required for the
                  Services. The Contractor shall advise the Company in writing within 5 working
                  days on any discrepancies found, in any documentation provided.
        (b)       The Contractor shall be deemed to have inspected, examined and correctly
                  interpreted all applicable information relating to the Site and its surroundings and
                  shall, perform any required hydrological and sub surface explorations to establish
                  the conditions at Site and environmental impact arising out of the work. Such
                  information shall include but not limited to:

                 The form and nature of the Site, including sub-surface conditions.
                 The hydrological and climatic conditions.
                 The condition of the existing surrounding facilities
                 The extent and the nature of the work and Materials, Machine & Manpower
                  necessary for the complete execution of the Services and remedying of any
                  defects found up to the Guarantee Period.
                 The means of access to the Site and the Storage Area required
                 Safety equipment, safety requirements & safety courses, together with the Permit
                  to Work procedures as and if necessary for the Contractor to perform the
                  Services inside the Al Khor Community

        (C) Any claim based on the results of the soil geotechnical investigation during the
            execution of works shall not be entertained. The CONTRACTOR shall verify all
            levels and critical site dimensions shown on drawings provided by RasGas prior to
            the start of the WORK.

3.5     WORKING HOURS / TIMING

        a)        Working hours in the Al Khor Community is restricted to 7.00am -7.00pm x 6 day
                  week. No work on Friday and Holidays are allowed, but exception can be made
                  by special application to Community Administration. (The Contractor shall
                  consider, seek written approval from RasGas and implement if necessary,
                  additional working hours, in order to achieve the completion date of 30th June
                  2009.)



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       b)     The time or times for completion shall include shortened working hours during
              Ramadan, hot weather, concrete pouring within the stipulated working
              hours/days as mentioned above item 3.5.a and the school examination period if
              notified.

       c)     The time of completion shall include the full compliance of contract, time needed
              to procure the certificate of building completion from the relevant authorities as
              well as the time needed for applying for and obtaining the electrical power, water
              supply and drainage connections to the buildings and completion certificates for
              the same.

       d)     Subject to any provision to the contrary contained in the Contract, none of the
              Works shall, as hereinafter provided, be carried on during the night or on week
              end holidays or on declared public holidays in the region without the consent of
              the Engineer after due consultation with the Company and the Al Khor
              Community, except when work is unavoidable or absolutely necessary for the
              saving of life or property or for safety of the Works, in which case the Contractor
              shall immediately advice the Engineer.

       e)     In the event that the Engineer are obliged to supervise the Contractor‟s
              operations in excess of the stipulated working hours per working day, or on week
              end or declared Public Holydays in the region, the cost to the Engineer of such
              overtime as stipulated in the documents shall be paid to him by the Contractor.

3.6    SUITABILITY OF WORKS AND MATERIALS

       Unless otherwise specified or instructed the Contractor warrants to RasGas and
       undertakes that:

       a)     It shall not use in the construction of the Works any substance or method of use
              which is known to the Contractor or ought reasonably to be known to the
              Contractor or may reasonably be suspected to be detrimental to health and
              safety or to the durability of structures and/or plant and/or machinery

       b)     The goods and materials selected by the Contractor for use in connection with
              the Works are and will be of good quality and conform fully to the contract
              specifications.

       c)     For the items not covered under the Schedule of Rates as per the Bill of
              Quantities, ACP Contractor shall follow the RasGas approved procurement
              procedure, QA/QC requirements listed herein and shall be reimbursed the cost in
              accordance with Section 4.0 – Compensation, clause 2.5.3.

3.7    SUB CONTRACTING

       The Contractor shall submit list and details of Sub-Contractors as a part of Technical
       Submission (Ref Clause 10.5 of this section- Further Tender Response Submissions).
       The Contractor shall obtain the Company and PMS team‟s approval for all major sub-
       Contractors for the Works within 30 days (max) from the date of the letter of acceptance.


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         Not withstanding the provisions of Section 2.0 General conditions the Contractor
         undertakes to be fully responsible for the laborers working on the site particularly
         concerning the salaries, overtime and end of service entitlements under Qatar Labor
         Laws. The Contractor/Sub-Contractor is fully responsible for the following:

         a)         The Contractor / Sub- Contractor shall take full responsibility and compensate
                    for any damage and / or injury caused whilst performing their duty at the
                    premises of the Employer, caused due to negligence of the Contractor / Sub-
                    Contractor or its staff.

         b)         All the employees of the Contractor / Sub-Contractor working at the premises
                    of the Employer shall be the responsibility of the Contractor / Sub-Contractor
                    in terms of Qatar Labor Laws.

         c)         All employees of the Contractor / Sub-Contractor working at the statutory
                    provisions and the requirements affecting the work to be carried out under
                    this agreement or the conduct of second Party‟s employees while in the
                    vicinity of the premises of RasGas shall be compiled with.

         d)         In the unfortunate event of accidents, occurring to any of the employees of
                    the Contractor / Sub-Contractor, whilst on RasGas‟s premises, it is
                    understood and agreed that RasGas is not responsible in accidents in any
                    way.

         e)         The Contractor / Sub-Contractor, shall arrange appropriate insurance for his
                    employees and shall indemnify the employer against all liability, claims,
                    proceeding or loss in respect of personal injury or the death of the person or
                    damage of properties whatever caused or arising out of or in course of the
                    carrying out the duties. In the event the compensation paid by the insurance
                    company does not fully cover the loss or damage suffered by RasGas,
                    RasGas shall have the right to get it self reimbursed for the balance amount
                    from the Contractor / SubContractor.

3. 8     PROCUREMENT

3.8.1    GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

         Throughout the execution of procurement on this project, CONTRACTOR shall:

         a)     Contractor shall submit within 15 days of Contract Award, Procurement
                Procedure for RasGas review and approval.
         b)     Establish, maintain and implement well-planned Procurement strategy /
                organization / schedules to RasGas requirements within the required time frame.

         c)     Perform Purchasing using approved Procurement procedure, on a fast track
                basis, and commence as soon as possible after award. In particular, the
                purchasing of tagged equipment that is not readily available in the local market
                as well as ALL MATERIALS required for completion of the project Critical
                Milestones.
         d)     Avoid changes in the equipment specification after placement of purchase order.


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         e)    Procure material in compliance with RasGas specifications and Quality System.
         f)    Provide samples wherever applicable, for RasGas approval.
         g)    Procure materials from RasGas Approved suppliers (if applicable) and /or as per
               samples approved by RasGas.
         h)    Ensure Quality Control of purchased equipment and materials to ensure steady,
               long lived and trouble free operation.
         i)    Procure, handle, and transport materials safely.
         j)    Place Orders so as to deliver information to engineering in a timely manner and
               equipment and materials to meet construction required on site dates.
         k)    The inquiries and selection of suppliers is subject to RasGas APPROVAL.
         l)   CONTRACTOR shall submit, in duplicate, the equipment vendor technical literature
               and technical information / data for each item or material procured for the
               CONTRACT.
         m)    Procurement shall only proceed after RasGas approval is granted for supplier,
               specifications, and samples of material where applicable.

3.8.2    CONTRACTOR PROCUREMENT PLAN

         CONTRACTOR shall submit, for RASGAS review and APPROVAL, within 15 days of
         CONTRACT AWARD a detailed procurement plan describing in the detail the following,
         as minimum:

         a)     Procurement Organization and Responsibility
         b)     Work / Material Description
         c)     Shop Drawing / Technical / Sample Submission Date
         d)     Target Approval Date
         e)     Procurement/ Fabrication Date
         f)     Delivery date to site
         g)     Installation Plan
         h)     Test & Commissioning Plan

         The procurement plan shall be updated & reported as per progress reporting in clause
         5.3.

3.8.3    VENDOR SUPERVISION

         At no additional cost to RasGas, Contractor shall utilize Vendor representatives for
         executing or supervising critical stages of equipment installation,     testing and
         commissioning, all in accordance with the recommendations of equipment Vendor as a
         minimum, unless the requirement is defined by RasGas.

         While maintaining all RasGas requirement as per CONTRACT and with particular those
         related to SHE, JSA/ Risk Assessment, PTW; Contractor shall conduct the following
         activities under Vendor supervision on the work site, as a minimum.




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4.0      SCOPE OF WORK

4.1      Scope of work

4.1.1    The Scope of Work is to provide the complete Procurement, Installation, Construction
         and Commissioning of the AKIS New Primary School. The new AKIS Primary School
         comprises of 2 level School building, Gymnasium / Assembly Hall, Enclosed Swimming
         Pool, Athletic Track and Football Field, External hard and soft play areas / playgrounds,
         Netball/Multi Purpose Courts, Car parks and drop off areas, Landscaping, etc. as
         mentioned in the contract drawings and specifications.

4.1.2 The Work shall also include dismantling/demolition and relocation of existing porta-cabin
       structures, all infrastructure facilities, connected and related Services as defined in the
       Tender Detailed Design drawings as per attachment 5.

4.1.3    The detailed Scope of Work, Specifications and Drawings are enclosed as per the
         attachment list of this document.

4.1.4    The information provided herein has been supplied to the Contractor for guidance
         purposes only. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to verify and confirm the
         data provided herein. The Contractor shall conduct any study and investigation as
         deemed necessary. The “as built drawings” are issued to the Contractor for general
         information only. RasGas accepts no responsibility whatsoever for the accuracy or
         content of the drawings provided.

4.1.5    The Scope of Work, shall include all required Facilities, Utilities and Associated
         Services. Such services shall include, but shall not be limited to:

         a)     Survey, Setting-out and Trial Pit Excavations.
         b)     Any surveys of the existing sewers, drainage and other utilities and any upgrade
                necessary to accommodate the new school facility.
         c)     Compliance and acceptance of agreed Quality Assurance/Quality Control
                (QA/QC) plan and RasGas Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) requirements.
         d)     Project Management and Controls System.
         e)     Procurement of all materials and consumables required for the Work.
         f)     Supply of all office equipments and consumables to Contractors, consultant, and
                the company‟s requirement necessary to effectively carry out the services
         g)     Mobilisation of sufficient labour, machines, equipment, tools, plant & equipment
                for the satisfactory completion of Services.
         h)     Back filling and proper Compaction as per the Contract Documents including the
                depressed area at the right side of existing Multi Purpose Hall, if so necessary to
                complete the works.
         i)     Dismantling/demolition and relocation of existing port cabin structures.
         j)     Temporary Access and necessary construction temporary hoarding.
         k)     All necessary utilities services to carry out construction work.
         l)     All necessary temporary lighting to construction site ensuring visibility throughout
                work to ensure the safety of the public.
         m)     All applicable Construction Services and utilities requirement to complete the
                work.



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         n)     Transport & Disposal of excavated earth / material to the RasGas/Contractor
                designated location.
         o)     All necessary Inspection and testing of construction materials in compliance to
                contact specification & Drawings.
         p)     All applicable utilities including the necessary connection and or disconnection.
         q)     All Electrical, Instrumentation, Telecommunication and Other Cabling Services
                etc.
         r)     All applicable Electrical, Mechanical, Sanitary, Plumbing & Drainage tie-ins etc.
         s)     Any and all allied and associated. Infrastructure Services required for the
                satisfactory completion of Services.
         t)     Testing & commissioning in accordance with agreed RasGas /Contractor QA/QC
                plan.
         u)     Remedy any defects as identified by the Engineer and RasGas.
         v)     Preparation & submission of all “As Built” drawings in accordance with RasGas.
         w)     Maintenance of Services and Facilities during the Guarantee Period of 12
                months from the Completion of Services. (Unconditional warranty with labour and
                parts or maintenance or main services also).

4.1.6    The CONTRACTOR shall provide, but not necessarily be limited to the following
         deliverables / activities, as a minimum:

         General Deliverables

         a)     Survey Plan/ Record.
         b)     QA / QC Inspection Record
         c)     Procurement plan
         d)     Construction, Testing and Commissioning Procedures.
         e)     Progress Report as per clause 11.2.b
         f)     Design calculations as required and when ever necessary
         g)     Technical/ Material Submittals
         h)     As-built documents and drawings
         i)     Method Statements
         j)     Samples
         k)     SHE Manual
         l)     Vendor drawings and data sheets
         m)     Operation & Maintenance Manual

4.1.7 TIE-IN TO EXISTING INFRASTUCTURE SYSTEM

         The New AKIS school infrastructure system shall be adequately, neatly and properly tie-
         in/ link to the existing school/community infrastructure system as detailed in the contract
         documents.

4.2      Contractor’s Site Staff

         The Contractor shall be fully responsible in the construction of the project in compliance
         to all the design and specification requirements as stipulated in the construction contract
         documents. The Contractor shall carry out the work in a professional manner to
         effectively achieve the customer‟s requirement on quality, time, safety health and
         environment until the commissioning and handover to end user‟s satisfaction. The

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 proposed Contractor‟s team should be familiar with the construction codes and practices
 particularly QCS.

 The Contractor‟s Project team shall have minimum of the following dedicated site staff
 to RasGas approval), for full time, with sufficient Head Office back up:

 1)     Projects Manager (min. 15 years Experience)* – Full time until project handover
 2)     Project Engineer (min. 10 years Experience) * – Fulltime in the entire
        construction period
 3)     Planning Engineer (min. 10 years Experience) - Part time engineer to support the
        project
 4)     Project Architect (min. 15 years Experience) - Part time architect to support all
        related works
 5)     Structural Engineer (min. 15 years Experience) - Part time engineer to support all
        structural and civil works
 6)     Mechanical Engineer (min. 15 years Experience) – Part time engineer to support
        the project
 7)     Electrical Engineer (min. 15 years Experience) - Part time engineer to support
        the project
 8)     Quality Control Engineer (min. 15 years Experience) – Part time or as the project
        requires
 9)     Project Coordinator (min. 15 years Experience)* – Full time
 10)    Safety officer (min. 15 years Experience)* – Full time
 11)    Draughtsman - Part time
 12)    General Foreman (min. 15 years Experience)* –        Full time
 13)    Civil & Structural Foreman (min. 10 years Experience) – Full time 2 nos.
  14)   Architectural Foreman (min. 10 years Experience) – full time during execution of
        architectural finishes
 15)    Mechanical Foreman (min. 10 years Experience) – Full time
 16)    Electrical Foreman (min. 10 years Experience) – Full time
 17)    Quantity Surveyor (min. 15 years Experience) – Part time
 18)    Building Surveyor (min. 10 years Experience) – Part time
 19)    Secretary / Document controller for Contractor use - Full time
 20)    Office boy for the sole use of the Consultant and the Company – Full time

 The Contractor shall provide CV for the Key Positions marked with “*”, as a part of
 Construction Management Capabilities (Please refer Clause 17, Tender Response
 Requirement).

 In order to meet above requirements, Contractor shall propose a Project Management
 Team with structure and organization chart corresponding to the roles and
 responsibilities defined in Contractor draft project execution plan. The above shall be
 submitted as a part of Proposed Construction Workforce Submission (refer Tender
 response requirement.

 Resumes of Contractor personnel assigned to the execution of this contract and
 responsible for the key business areas above shall be approved by RasGas.

 The Contractor shall confirm to RasGas that the following Key Personnel including the
 Project Manager proposed prior to award of Contract, shall remain for the duration of
 the Contract.

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         Contract Key Personnel shall be provided in accordance with RasGas/ Contractor
         agreement prior to Contract Award, however in the event that Contractors nominated
         personnel are unavailable, alternates may be proposed for RasGas review and
         acceptance at no extra cost. Contractor shall describe why the previously agreed
         nominated candidate is unavailable and demonstrate that the proposed alternate
         candidate is equally, or better, qualified than the individual originally nominated at the
         time of Contract Award.

         In the event that Contractor removes any of key Personnel from the Services without
         RasGas approval then RasGas may invoke a non-compliance penalty.

         If the Contractor fails to provide the Key Personnel, Project Manager, Coordinator who
         have been proposed prior to Contract award or during the Contract duration, then
         Contractor may be penalized up to QAR 500.00 per day per person for each day that the
         person is unavailable or is excused from performing such services by Contractor. The
         penalties payable by the Contractor under this clause are capped at QAR 20,000.00 in
         relation to each position.

4.2.1    Leave / Vacations / Terminations / Replacements

         A.     The Contractor is responsible for the effective management of leave, absences,
                sick-leave etc, and he must ensure that sufficient systems and structures are in
                place to maintain the performance requirements of this Contract.

         B.     Annual Leave plans of Contractor Key Personnel shall be informed to RasGas in
                writing at least 2 week prior to commencement of leave, including the proposed
                candidate for RasGas approval.

         C.     The Contractor shall ensure sufficient personnel are available to provide cover
                for annual vacation, sick leave, special leave, etc. in order to maintain the level of
                performance.

         D.     RasGas reserves the right to change any of Contractor Key Personnel, or any
                other Contractor personnel at any time during the execution of the Works.

4.2.2    Job / Work Experience

         A.     The Contractor shall make all candidates proposed for senior positions
                (Supervisory and higher) available for interview on the request of RasGas.

         B.     RasGas shall not be liable for any costs associated with the provision of
                Resumes of candidates for consideration when requested by RasGas.

         C.     Contractor shall provide personnel, who are competent, suitably qualified and
                have relevant experience levels. RasGas shall have the right to conduct a
                qualification test, interview or review personnel records, as it considers
                appropriate, for the personnel engaged / to be engaged by the Contractor.




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4.2.3    Minimum Mobilization of Key Personnel

         All key personnel shall be mobilized promptly following award of contract and shall
         remain directly involved in the execution of the works to the extent needed, however, the
         key personnel identified in 4.2 above shall be mobilized on a full time dedicated basis for
         the execution of the works for the durations indicated.

         The Contractor shall submit the proposed site team details in the Technical Submission
         under the Tender Response requirements clause 10.5. The Contractor shall ensure that
         the proposed team shall be available for services after the contract award.

         The staff marked as part time shall be made available anytime to site requirements to
         effectively and efficiently carry out the construction works with all the aspect mentioned
         in this contract documents.

4.3      Test & Commissioning, Handover

         Notwithstanding the provisions of Clause 13 of the Preliminaries Section 5.0 – Punch
         (Snag) listing, the Contractor shall note under this particular Contract that, no later than
         one week before the planned completion of a Section of Work or the Whole of the
         Services, the CONTRACTOR, shall issue to the COMPANY a punch (snag) list in
         sufficient detail to allow the COMPANY to examine, confirm and or otherwise add to the
         list of outstanding or unfinished or deficient items. The CONTRACTOR shall liaise with
         the COMPANY to establish a mutually acceptable method of marking work deficiencies
         such that any omissions and alterations or errors can be clearly identified. Final
         Acceptance Certificate nor the Final Progress Payment shall be approved or issued until
         all punch (snag) list items have been cleared and or accepted in writing by the
         COMPANY.

4.3.1    Site Reinstatement

         On completion of the Contract the Contractor shall reinstate all temporary Services to
         the satisfaction of the CONSULTANT, COMPANY, and / or AL KHOR Community
         Representative (as applicable). Moreover, the Contractor shall also be entirely
         responsible for any damages to existing service utilities and shall be entirely responsible
         for the complete costs and liabilities involved in reinstating any existing utilities damaged
         by the Contractor in the course of his Services.

          Further to the requirements of QCS and Conditions of Contract the Contractor shall
         clear the site and any buildings thereon of all materials, plant, rubbish and building
         debris of any nature to a tip designated by the relevant Municipality for the area and
         shall ensure the area surrounding the Works is clean and to the natural level of the
         surrounding land.

         If the Contractor fails to comply with the foregoing requirement within 30 days of
         Practical Completion of the Works the CONSULTANT and the Company may, in addition
         to the terms of Section 2.0 – General Conditions, Clause 20.1:-

         (i)   Clear the site using another Contractor and deduct the costs so incurred from any
               monies due to the Contractor, and

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            (ii)   Delay final payment to the Contractor until such time as the Site has been
                   cleared to the satisfaction of the Engineer and relevant Authorities.

4.4         Commissioning

a)          Contractor shall gather & compile documentation pertaining to the test & commissioning
            for the complete systems and complete the test & commissioning dossiers arranged by
            sub-system, which shall contain all information required to demonstrate that each sub-
            system has been successfully commissioned.
b)          The dossiers shall at least include the following:
      1.    Commissioning Procedures,
      2.    Commissioning Check Lists,
      3.    Commissioning Test Sheets,
      4.    As-commissioned drawings,
      5.    Maintenance Schedule,
      6.    Maintenance Log,
      7.    Correspondence and documents relating to commissioning.



4.4.1       CONTRACTOR COMMISSIONING DUTIES

a.          The commissioning of all new plant and equipment shall be carried out by
            CONTRACTOR where applicable under the supervision of Vendor/OEM (Original
            Equipment Manufacturer) Commissioning Engineer, and under the supervision of
            RasGas Personnel. CONTRACTOR shall demonstrate the reliability, the integrity and
            the performance of the relevant new equipment in actual running conditions.

b.          CONTRACTOR is deemed to prepare and submit the commissioning procedures to
            RasGas for review/approval two (2) weeks prior to start of commissioning, showing the
            following as a minimum, but not be limited to:

             I. Duration of commissioning activities.
            II. CONTRACTOR requirement for RasGas assistance.
           III. Commissioning check list and procedure based upon equipment manufacturer‟s own
                commissioning procedures.
           IV. Special tooling to be supplied by CONTRACTOR.

c.          CONTRACTOR is deemed to take into account that it may, in order to comply with the
            CONTRACT, prove necessary to carry out some to the newly installed equipment during
            and after commissioning activities at no cost to RasGas.

d.          CONTRACTOR is also deemed to note that any associated parts and features damaged
            or found not suitable during WORKSITE commissioning activities, shall be replaced by
            CONTRACTOR at no cost to RasGas.




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4.4.2    AS-BUILT , Operation & Maintenance Manual

a.       Upon completion of work the Contractor shall submit As-built drawings &
         Operation and Maintenance Manual as per the QA/ QC requirements as stated and
         specified in this document in clause 6.0.

4.5     Pest and Vermin Clearance and Control

         Two weeks prior to completion of the Works the Contractor shall arrange for an
         approved specialist to carry out a survey and the Contractor shall take such
         subsequent action necessary to obtain full pest and vermin clearance.

         An appropriate certificate from the approved specialist shall be submitted to the
         Engineer on completion of the Works.

         The Contractor shall arrange for two further inspections to be made by the
         approved specialist, the first to be six months after completion of the Works and
         the second two weeks prior to expiry of the Period of Maintenance. On each
         occasion the Contractor shall take all action as is necessary to enable further
         certificates to be issued by the approved specialist.

4.6      Handover Program

         As the works approach substantial completion, submit to the Consultant a Programme
         outlining the main events leading up to the Final Handover Meeting to ensure that the
         handover arrangements proceed efficiently.

         The programme shall include the following below events and completes in accordance to
         the final completion date of June 2009.

            1.   Preliminary snagging by Contractor.
            2.   Preliminary snagging by Consultant / Contractor
            3.   Final snagging inspection by Consultant / Contractor / Company
            4.   Testing and commissioning of electrical and mechanical plant and requirement
                 on site.
            5.   Familiarize of AKIS operatives with the electrical and mechanical equipment.
            6.   Substantial Completion Inspection of the Works by Company / Consultant
                 including all required submissions of O&M manuals, drawings, spare parts, etc.
                 by the Contractor.
            7.   Issuance of the Final Acceptance Certificate.
            8.   An inspection or series of inspections by Consultant and relevant technical
                 experts / authorities to obtain clearance for occupation of the Works by the
                 School.
            9.   Final Handover Meeting during which the keys are handed over to the AKIS for
                 occupation of the new School.




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4.7      COMPLETION CERTIFICATE

4.7.1    Provisional Acceptance Certificate and Final Acceptance Certificate

         A PROVISIONAL ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE and FINAL ACCEPTANCE
         CERTIFICATE shall be issued by RasGas in accordance with the provisions of Section
         2.0 – General Conditions as per Article 11.2.

4.7.2    Final Completion Certificate

        The CONTRACTOR shall request the Final Completion Certificate of the work from
        RasGas after the completion of the Warranty Period and which shall be issued by
        RasGas in accordance with the provisions of Section 2.0 – General Conditions as per
        Article 11.

5.0      PLANNING, SCHEDULING, PROGRESS REPORTING

5.1      Work Schedule Requirements

         CONTRACTOR shall prepare and maintain a resource loaded Critical Path Method
         detailed schedule for the performance of all phases of the Work and shall provide
         RASGAS with hard and electronic copies in native format of such schedule and updates.
         CONTRACTOR shall execute the Work in a manner and sequence so as to achieve the
         Project Key Milestones described in clause 2.1, of this Section.

         As a minimum, CONTRACTOR schedule shall include:
         A. Project Milestones: Start, Finish, Key Milestones, and any other important
            milestones.
         B. Detailed Procurement Plan Dates.
         C. Test and Commissioning Program.
         D. Site Clearing and Final Handover Dates.

5.2      Planning & Scheduling

        a)      All activities undertaken during the WORK shall be performed in accordance with
                CONTRACTOR procedures approved by the Company. No WORK shall be
                performed until the relevant procedures have been approved by the Company.

         b)   CONTRACTOR shall plan the WORK and provide sufficient resources to complete
               the works in an efficient and timely manner. CONTRACTOR shall prepare issue
               and regularly update fabrication schedules in accordance with the Company
               requirements.

         c)     Construction schedules, manpower histograms, activity lists complete with man-
                hours and other planning documents shall be developed, reviewed and approved
                by the Consultant and Company. Construction schedule shall be used as the
                baseline of the project schedule. CONTRACTOR shall retain all responsibility to
                complete the WORK as scheduled and to provide additional personnel and
                equipment as deemed necessary to meet agreed timelines.


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       d)     Contractor shall submit the work a detailed work schedule as a part of
              TECHNICAL Submissions Tender response requirements. Contractor‟s Schedule
              shall be presented in Microsoft Project, Excel or Primavera for Consultant and
              Company review and approval. The same shall be revised and submitted for
              RasGas approval, within 15 days of Contract award which when mutually
              accepted shall be termed as AGREEMENT/PROJECT MASTER SCHEDULE.

       e)     Contractor‟s schedule shall be based on weekly durations (unless otherwise
              directed by the Consultant and Company), starting with WORK milestone.

       f)     Contractor‟s schedule shall be progress statused every 2 weeks (unless
              otherwise directed by the Consultant) and issued to the Engineer for review and
              comment.

       g)     CONTRACTOR shall at all time monitor work progress schedules and shall take
              all corrective action necessary to prevent any impact to the agreed WORK
              Milestone Dates.

       h)     Any identified work schedule delays that will impact the agreed baseline
              completion date shall be actioned immediately by CONTRACTOR without
              prejudice to RasGas. Contract shall develop an accelerated program that will
              bring the WORK back in line with the original agreed baseline completion
              schedule.

       i)     Should CONTRACTOR fail to take such corrective actions to recover such work
              schedule delays then the Contractor shall be liable to the liquidated damages as
              detailed in clause 2.1.1 above.

       k)     RasGas reserves the right to assign any part of the work which can be grouped
              on a lump sum basis to a third party, if it is considered beneficial to RasGas. If
              any particular task or activity has been found to be lagging in the progress in
              three conservative monthly reports then, RasGas reserves the right to get the
              activity/ task executed by an other suitable source/ Contractor. Any differential
              cost incurred by RasGas shall be for the ACP Contractor‟s account.

5.3    Progress Reporting

       a)     Throughout the CONTRACT duration, CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for
              taking detailed and accurate measurements of the actual progress of all aspects
              of the works. Progress measurements shall be taken on regular basis, at
              intervals approved by RasGas. The tools and methods use to measure the
              progress shall be approved by RasGas. Contactor shall, at the end of each
              interval measure the actual progress and consolidate the results in a Progress
              Report and promptly transmit the report to RasGas for review and comments.

       b)     Progress Report shall include daily report, weekly and monthly report as a
              Minimum.

       1)     Daily Report.



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              Contractor shall submit during the execution of the construction contract each
              morning, a daily report of the previous day‟s progress. This shall also include the
              trade-split manpower and plant deployment report of the previous day. Format
              and content of this report shall be finalized in consultation with the consultant.

       2)     Weekly report
              Contractor shall submit during the entire duration of the contract one day after
              weekly cut-off date a weekly progress report under cover of a transmittal sheet
              and or by facsimile and shall include as a minimum the following:
                  Narrative Overall Contract Status
                  Tracking Planned Schedule
                  Procurement, Fabrication and Delivery Status report
                  Construction progress
                  Forecast for the next 2 weeks
                  Weekly Manpower ( Management and Workforce)
                  Weekly Plant / Equipment report

       3)     Monthly report.
              Contractor shall submit during the entire duration of the contract within 5 days
              from the end of the preceding month, a monthly progress report under cover of a
              transmittal sheet shall include as a minimum the following:
                   Management / Executive Report (Narrative)
                   Submittal Approval Status List
                   Tracking Planned Schedule
                   Procurement, Fabrication and Delivery Status report
                   Concrete and Steel Indexes
                   Construction progress
                   Forecast for the next 3 months
                   Recovery Action plan (when required)
                   Manpower ( Management and Workforce)
                   Plant / Equipment report
                   SubContractor Status Summary Report
                   Cost Control Report
                   QA/QC Report
                   Permits
                   Photographic report
                   Safety, Health and Environment Report
                   Areas of Concern

              CONTRACTOR Reports should include for actual progress against Baseline for
              each WORK.

5.4    Contractor’s Progress Photograph

       The Contractor should allow for providing 2 copies of up to 15 photographs per month or
       at such other times as the Engineer shall direct, from positions to be selected by the
       Engineer. Photos to be coloured, uncounted, platinum bromide prints, each photo
       inscribed with serial No., date when taken, location and brief description.




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         The Contractor shall provide weekly progress reports prepared in electronic copy as well
         as hard copy. The electronic copy shall be prepared in one of the recognized versions
         of software, preferably in Power Point including an up-date of the programme approved
         by the Engineer. Move to separate clauses for planning and progress reports

5.4      Meetings

         CONTRACTOR Key Personnel shall meet with RasGas personnel upon request by
         RasGas representative to discuss matters related to the project. Such meetings may
         be regular meetings, including but not limited to meetings described here below, or
         unscheduled upon the request of RasGas.

5.4.1    Kick off Meeting
         Immediately after the CONTRACT award, the CONTRACTOR shall attend a Kick-Off
         meeting with RasGas Representative(s). Time, Venue and Attendees shall be
         mutually agreed by CONTRACTOR and RasGas. The initial Kick Off meeting and
         recorded Minutes shall form the basis of the Project action plan and set such
         requirements as Safety & Constructability Reviews. It shall also be used to introduce
         RasGas & CONTRACTOR representatives associated with aspects of the work.

5.4.2    Weekly Progress Meetings

         CONTRACTOR KEY PERSONNEL shall meet with the RasGas REPRESENTATIVE or
         nominee each week on the day following receipt of the Weekly Report to discuss
         progress, or the way the WORK is being handled, and to resolve any questions or
         problems. Engineer shall prepare minutes of these meetings and shall be concurred by
         all the parties involved prior to the next meeting. Contractor shall complete and comply
         to all the requirement mentioned in the meeting.

5.4.3 Daily Construction Meeting (During Construction & Commissioning Phase)

         During construction CONTRACTOR Construction Supervisor shall be required to meet
         once daily to discuss previous day‟s progress planned work for the next shift and PTW
         requirements, Safety, Access etc. Time and attendees to meeting shall be
         mutually approved.



6.0      QA/QC TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

         Contractor shall submit a Project Quality Plan highlighting quality control measures and
         quality assurance processes and procedures. Contractor is required to submit a quality
         plan which is generic in nature due to the fact that it encompasses all works performed
         under the Contract. The Contractor must then consider and document how its quality
         system will be applied to the specific details of each individual project.

         Contractor shall adhere to and comply with the quality assurance requirements in there
         section to achieve and sustain the quality of the product to meet the project
         requirements.


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         When procurement activities are outsourced, reliance is typically placed upon the
         Contractor to review and approve the quality documentation of “lower tier”
         subContractors/suppliers.

6.1      Quality System

      A. The Contractor shall establish, implement and maintain a documented and effective
         quality system conforming to the requirements of ISO 9001 to provide confidence to
         RasGas that the intended quality is being or shall be achieved in the delivered product.

      B. The Contractor shall document the quality system reflecting all elements, requirements
         and provisions adopted by him for his quality management system in an orderly and
         systematic manner including policies and procedures, in a form of Quality Manual. The
         documented quality system shall describe quality responsibility, authority, organizational
         structure, resources and personnel, operational procedures and practices to sustain the
         quality of the WORKS. The documented quality system shall be submitted for RasGas
         review and comment.

      C. The Contractor shall ensure that its sub-vendor(s) maintain quality system which meets
         the requirements stated in this document.

6.2      Quality Plan

       A. The Contractor shall prepare and submit comprehensive Quality Plan as a part of
          Technical Submission( refer Tender Response requirement) defining quality objectives
          to be achieved, allocation of responsibilities and authority, resources, specific quality
          practices, procedures, etc., to be applied, sequence of activities relevant to the scope
          of work detailed herein..

       B. Within Two (2) weeks after placing order Contractor shall review and finalize the
          quality plan for approval by RasGas. No work shall be commenced by Contractor prior
          to approval of the quality plan by RasGas, unless specifically permitted by RasGas in
          writing.


6.3      Inspection, Measuring and Test Equipment

      A. Contractor shall ensure that all the inspection, measuring and test equipment used to
         judge and demonstrate the quality of the product for conformance to the specified
         requirements, are controlled, calibrated and maintained.

      B. All equipment selected shall be accurate, adequate and appropriate for such purposes.
         All inspection, measuring and test equipment shall be calibrated to a recognized
         National / International Standards and calibration records shall be maintained.
         Contractor shall ensure that the equipment has current calibration status at the time of
         its use or application.




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6.4      Quality Records

      A. Contractor shall maintain quality control and quality assurance records to demonstrate
         achievement of the required quality and specified requirements. Typically these records
         shall be measurement record, material certificate, signed off Inspection and Test Plan,
         witness report, test run report, inspection report, R/T or U/T report, etc. These records
         shall be freely made available to RasGas.

      B. Contractor shall provide the original Quality records in original. Where Contractor
         provides copies of the quality records, then Contractor shall provide the authenticated /
         attested copies of all such quality records. The definition of authenticated / attested copy
         is provided at Paragraph 7.8 of this Scope of Work Material Certification. All
         authenticated / attested copies shall have the indication of the location where the original
         quality records are held.

      C. Contractor shall ensure that system is maintained for identification, collection, indexing,
         filing storage, maintenance and disposition of the quality records. All quality records shall
         correlate to the items / materials / product involved and shall be readily retrievable. The
         quality records shall be protected against deterioration or damage or loss.

      D. RasGas reserves the right of access to Sub-Vendor(s) works for review of all quality
         records including inspection and test reports and records.

6.5      Submissions/ Approvals

         Any reference in the Contract documentation to a one working week approval by
         Company of submitted documentation, procedures, materials and the like from the
         Contractor, shall mean that the one working week time frame will only be achievable by
         Company if the said documentation, procedures, materials and the like submitted by the
         Contractor are in full compliance with the Contract and Specifications. Where the
         Contractor submits documentation, procedures, materials or the like for approval that are
         not in compliance with the Contract and Specifications, then in such a case the
         Contractor shall also submit a Concession Request clearly stating the details of the
         suggested deviation and the basis for the substitution or change. The duration required
         to review and approve a Concession Request is entirely dependant on the information
         supplied by the Contractor to Company. In all instances the one working week approval
         for non-compliant documentation, procedures, materials or the like SHALL NOT APPLY.
         In the event that the Contractor proceeds with the use of any non-compliant
         documentation, materials and or methods of work, then the Contractor shall do so
         entirely at his own risk, with no responsibility whatsoever to Company. All and any
         rectification of work or replacement of materials to meet the Contract Terms &
         Conditions and Specifications shall be to Contractors own account.

         (a)     Drawings provided to the Contractor

                 The Contractor will receive from the Engineer the documents and drawings listed
                 together with any further drawings issued under the Conditions of Contract.

         (b)     Workshop Drawings

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        The Contractor and any sub-Contractors, shall provide workshop drawings for his
        own trades, where applicable, or when requested by the Engineer. The workshop
        drawings shall clearly show all dimensions, details, specifications, connections or
        joints to other trades, incorporating of the work of other trades.

 (c)    Builder's Working Drawings

        The Contractor shall provide drawings showing the exact dimension and
        locations of all holes, ducts, recesses, access points, etc. These drawings shall
        also specify all necessary Builder's work in connection with movement
        precaution, sound and thermal protection etc.

 (d)    Manufacturer's Drawings

        The Contractor and the manufacturer shall provide drawings for his own trades,
        where applicable, or when requested by the Engineer. The manufacturer's
        drawings shall clearly show all dimensions, details, specifications, connections or
        joint to other trades, incorporating of the work of other trades, etc. During the
        early stages of the Contract the Contractor shall arrange for the manufacturer's to
        prepare and submit for approval by the Engineer five copies of drawings of major
        items of equipment such as boilers, refrigeration plant, air handling plant, cooling
        towers, switchgear, starter panels, etc. in plant rooms and associated areas. In
        addition they shall provide workshop drawings of any portions of the work which
        the Engineer may require to be shown in greater detail than that indicated on the
        engineering manufacturer's drawings.

 (e)    As-Built Drawings and Operation and Maintenance Instruction Manuals

        The Contractor shall submit the Engineer for approval two bound sets of
        Operation drawings and Maintenance Instruction Manuals for all services,
        installations and equipment installed. The operations working and Instruction
        Manuals shall contain all Manufacturers‟ operating and maintenance Instructions,
        and detailed drawings of all equipment supplied. The detail drawings do not
        require being specially prepared, and can comprise copies of the Manufacturer's
        workshop drawings with suitable titles and reference numbers added. The exact
        scope and details of the Operating Instructions shall be agreed with the
        Engineer.

        After approval by the Engineer the Contractor shall forward to the Engineer four
        copies of the Operation Working and Maintenance Instructions Manuals and four
        prints and one reproducible copy of each drawing. Electronic drawing files on
        computer disk shall also be forwarded.

        The provision of the above Operation and Maintenance Instruction Manuals shall
        form part of the Contract, which shall not be deemed to be complete until they
        are received and approved by the Engineer.

 (f)    Co-ordination



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        i)     The Contractor shall be responsible for the provision of drawings
               adequate to permit the co-ordination of works by all Sub-Contractor's
               employed in connection with the works so that the work of each may be
               installed in such a manner as to ensure proper performance and
               adequate fixing to the structure and to avoid conflicts in the positioning of
               the various ducts, cables, other items of service installation and other like
               items.
         ii)   The Contractor shall be wholly responsible for the co-ordination of design
               by his sub-Contractors.
        iii)   The Contractor shall employ a competent person experienced in the co-
               ordination of engineering and other installation to attend necessary co-
               ordination meetings, called by the Engineer.

 (g)    Approval of Drawings

        i)     All drawings prepared by the Contractor shall be submitted at the
               appropriate time to the Engineer by the Contractor and this will be the
               only accepted and contractual method. The Engineer shall check and
               approve these drawings in a reasonable time and issue them to the
               Contractor as “Approved for Construction”. Such approval shall not
               relieve the Contractor of responsibility for any discrepancies, errors or
               omissions in their submittals.
        ii)    If the Engineer shall instruct the re-drawing, alteration or amending of any
               of the submitted drawings which, in his sole opinion, do not properly
               interpret the intent of the Contractor or for any reason do not comply with
               good building practice, then the Contractor shall ensure the carrying out
               of the Engineer‟s instructions and no claim for extra payment shall be
               allowed for any reason in this respect.
        iii)   Should the Engineer instruct the alteration or amending of any drawing
               prepared by any of the parties above then the Contractor shall ensure
               that this is done immediately in order to avoid any delay to the
               construction programme and no claim for extra payment or extension of
               time for completion of the Works shall be allowed for any reason in this
               respect.
        iv)    The Contractor shall prepare a detailed programme for the production of
               the drawings and information required immediately upon receipt of the
               Company/Engineer‟s order to commence the works. The programme,
               which will be subject to the scrutiny of the Engineer who may alter or
               amend it as he sees fit, shall be compatible with the programme for the
               Construction Works,. The programme shall show the following in detail:

               a) Dates on which the Contractor shall commence the drawings
               b) Dates on which the Contractor shall submit the drawings to the
                  Engineer
               c) Reasonable period for the Engineer to check and approve the
                  submitted drawings.
               d) Date of commencement of the relevant work on site.
               e) All trades and/or elements as appropriate in their proper sequence.
               f) Key approval dates for long delivery items.
               g) Any other information the Engineer may request.


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  The detailed programme shall reflect the requirements for production of information to
  permit timely co-ordination with all trades and Sub-Contracts.

          v)   All drawings shall be produced using AUTOCAD and an electronic copy
               in PDF format shall be submitted in addition to any prints specified at
               each stage of approval. Drawings by the Contractor shall be prepared in a
               clear and proper manner, with adequate lettering size so that the
               drawings will be easily legible even when reproduced on a reduced scale.
               They shall be drawn in black on a white background to facilitate printing
               bearing at the bottom right corner the approved Contract reference, Title
               Block and Number.
      vi)      All drawings by the Contractor shall be oriented to match the design
               drawings and shall have key plan identifying the location or area of the
               Works to which they apply. They shall also bear indication and make
               reference to the geographic co-ordinates of the site.
     vii)      When a drawing is revised, the particulars of the current revision shall be
               clearly marked or circled, to facilitate checking. All prior revision numbers
               and references of drawings possibly superseded by the current issue
               shall also be clearly shown as mentioned.
    viii)      When drawings are submitted for approval without complying with these
               requirements, they may be rejected.
     ix)       The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer an electronic copy in both
               PDF and native format and three prints of each drawing or document. If
               the drawing or document is approved, one print will be returned to the
               Contractor bearing the "Approved for Construction" mark which may also
               bear the provision "Subject to …….” the Contractor shall then submit a
               further disk copy, five prints and one reproducible copy of the approved
               drawing or document to the Engineer. The drawing may be returned with
               “Approved with Comments” based on which the works may proceed
               subject to compliance with comments raised. If the drawing is not
               approved, one will be returned to the Contractor, bearing the "Not
               Approved” mark for re-submission with details of why the submission is
               not approved.
     x)        Re-submission of drawings Approved with Comments or not approved
               shall be made using the same procedures as in the original submission.
     xi)       The Contractor shall ensure that drawings, etc., submitted for approval
               are forwarded in sufficient time to allow the Engineer a reasonable time to
               examine them and to meet the approved drawing production programme.
    xii)       The Contractor shall ensure that drawings are submitted at regular
               intervals,           on an even flow basis, with sufficient and reasonable
               time prior to the date required for approval to permit amendments to be
               made.
    xiii)      If during the course of construction, revisions to approved details are
               required, the Contractor shall amend all Drawings affected and re -submit
               for approval, following the procedure described above, ensuring that
               working drawings are at all times an accurate reflection of the work on
               site.




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6.6     Operation & Maintenance Manuals

(a)    The Contractor shall prepare and submit Operation and Maintenance Manual(s) to
       the Company for review and approval. Operation and Maintenance Manual(s) shall
       provide sufficient detail for the Company to operate, maintain, dismantle,
       reassemble, adjust and repair the Services.
(b)    The Contractor or specialist supplier shall provide training to the end user/ Al-
       Khor Community Maintenance representative, for the effective and efficient operation of
       the work/ services.
       The training program shall be scheduled prior to final project handover.

6.7     Samples and Sample Panels

       Further to the requirement of QCS the Contractor shall submit samples, sample panels
       and manufacturer's literature in respect of all materials, products and equipment required
       for the Works, before ordering or use, for the approval of the Engineer. The provision of
       all samples and sample panels shall be at the Contractor's own expense.

6.8    Material Submittals

       The Contractor shall submit all required material submittals within 60 days of the Order
       to Commence Work.

       The material submittal list shall include but not limited to, brand/ model, marker, date
       submission, approval date required, procurement & installation to site.

       The Contractor shall relate the said list to the master‟s schedule to ensure delays are
       avoided due to procurement of materials. Contractor shall take full responsibility for any
       delay incurred.
       All material submittal shall conform to the contract specification and any alternative
       proposal shall be accepted only during the tender stage.

       The Contractor shall ensure that material submittals is verified, check and satisfies
       himself prior to submissions to the Consultant to avoid repetitions of the submission
       process. The Contractor is allowed only three (3) times to process the same submission.

7.0     CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE

      a) All home office support services
      b) All planning and progress statements
      c) Trained personnel, skilled and fully experienced in their respective trades and / or
         professions, capable of understanding spoken English, and certified as medically fit to
         perform the Work
      d) All personnel transportation to and from the site
      e) All certifications and documents necessary for RASGAS inspection of the Work or
         equipment.
      f) Final Acceptance certification and handover of final approved documentation.
      g) All materials, supervision, labor, cartage, tools, and construction equipment necessary
         for the supply, installation and testing of the WORK.


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      h) Supply and installation, at RASGAS agreed locations, suitable temporary road signs
          and barriers.
      i) Temporary protection to all services and pipe-work as deemed necessary by RasGas
          Representative. The CONTRACTOR shall also provide temporary access and
          scaffolding in accordance with RasGas safety requirements.
      j) All repairs of damage to the existing services and facilities caused by him, his
          employees or sub-Contractors as a result of negligence or non-compliance with
          RasGas procedures.
      k) The CONTRACTOR shall provide his personnel with RASGAS approved identification
          cards bearing the holder's photograph. The CONTRACTOR is also required to submit
          documentation to RasGas Representative, as necessary to obtain personnel and
          vehicles and passes. This documentation is a site requirement and all related costs
          shall be borne by the CONTRACTOR and all Contractor personnel shall be in
          possession of the necessary safety passes.
      l) Compliance with all RASGAS safety requirements.
      m) Maintenance of the work area in a safe and tidy manner, on a daily basis and the
          removal away from site of all unused materials on completion of a work, to the
          satisfaction of RASGAS.
      n) CONTRACTOR shall provide all transportation to his employees to and from the work
          site. CONTRACTOR shall also provide transportation within the work site, as and
          when required.
      o) Provision of meals water messing & abolition facility, washrooms Provision of both
          normal and emergency medical treatment for the CONTRACTOR employees during all
          phases of the onsite work.
      p) CONTRACTOR shall obtain all necessary permits and approvals to work.
      q) CONTRACTOR shall interface with all parties on Site involved in both this CONTRACT
          and any other CONTRACT where necessary.
      r) CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for clearing site of all unused materials on
          completion of the WORK, and to maintain his work area in a safe and tidy manner, on
          a daily basis.
      s) Safety and Security of the CONTRACTOR facilities and plant is the Contractors
          responsibility.
      t) Lifting equipment shall be properly certified by a Third Party Inspection Authority. The
          Contractor shall at his own cost carry out all inspection maintenance and repair of his
          own or hired equipment to ensure that it is safe, fully certified and operational at all
          times. RasGas retains the right to carry out equipment audits on a regular basis to
          ensure all Certification if required is current.
       u) CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for the supply, erection and dismantling of all
          necessary scaffold requirements to complete the work. CONTRACTOR shall ensure
          that Scaffolding Services are properly and adequately Supervised and that Lead or
          supervisory personnel involved in performance of the work are fully conversant with
          RasGas PTW system and obtain the necessary approvals from RasGas Maintenance
          and Loss Prevention Department. The application of the RasGas „SCAFTAG‟, or
          equivalent, Scaffold Safety System shall be implemented.

7.1    Contractor Site Facilities

       CONTRACTOR shall provide, operate and maintain temporary construction facilities and
       remove the same after hand over of the WORKS. All utilities required by temporary
       construction facilities are the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR.


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       Provision of toilet and washroom facilities during all phases of the onsite work for
       Contractor employees, subContractors, vendors, as well as RasGas staff. Shaded area
       shall be provided for Contractor staff breaks and meals.

7.2     Contractor's Temporary Facilities

       The Contractor shall provide the necessary site office building to accommodate the
       necessary site staffs required to carry the construction work effectively. All facilities
       including but not limited to furniture, computers, telephones, facsimiles, drawing
       hangers, Cabinets, Photocopier, binder, white boards, consumables, etc. shall be
       provided.

       Contractor‟s Workers and staff accommodation is not allowed in the Construction site of
       Al-Khor Community.


       Construction lay down and Storage area shall be allocated to the Contractor by RasGas
       and should the Contractor require using adjacent areas of land for plant site etc. He shall
       arrange for the right to use the said land himself.

       The proposed temporary site office and storage area locations for the construction of the
       new AKIS School are shown in attachment 10. The said area shall be fenced and
       secured. Coordination with existing contractor shall be conducted prior to start of
       construction to avoid any conflict in the vehicular and equipment‟s movement.

       In the event that development arises in the proposed site office and storage area, the
       Contractor shall clear and reinstate the area to its original condition at no later than two
       months upon notification. In this case, the Contractor shall allocate a space for the site
       offices within the construction area which has a minimum impact and disruption to the
       construction execution that will affect the timely handover of the project.

       Tie-ins into RasGas utilities will not be allowed. (Air, water, steam, nitrogen services or
       water / sanitary disposal services). The temporary site facilities shall include, but not be
       limited to:

      A. Provision of adequate office space to accommodate all CONTRACTOR office based
         staff on the work site in a safe and efficient manner.
      B. Compliance with RasGas requirements with regard to safety, quality, and health with
         regard to all aspects of CONTRACTOR temporary site facilities. CONTRACTOR shall
         be allowed to occupy and utilize the temporary site facilities, only after the same have
         been inspected and deemed acceptable by RasGas Safety Officer.
      C. Provision of toilet and washroom facilities during all phases of the onsite work for
         Contractor employees, subContractors, vendors, as well as RasGas staff

7.3     Company's Representative Site Facilities

       The Contractor shall provide, maintain and remove on Completion of the works
       temporary site office for the sole use of RasGas representative, which can
       accommodate at least 2 staffs with the necessary provision of furniture, chairs, lockable

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       filing cabinet, pin board, white board, drawing hangers, computer, telephone,
       consumables, etc to Company‟s requirement and approval.

7.4    Consultant Site Facilities

       The Contractor shall provide, maintain and remove on completion of the works
       Engineer's site facilities for the sole use of Project Management and Supervision Team
       which can accommodate at least eight(8) site staffs with the necessary provision of
       furniture, chairs, lockable filing cabinet, pin board, white board, drawing hangers,
       computer, telephone, consumables, etc to the Engineer‟s requirements and approval.

       The Contractor shall provide a meeting room to accommodate a minimum of 12 persons
       with all the necessary furniture, white board & accessories, etc, for the effective use of
       project meetings.

7.5    Materials

       Notwithstanding the Clause of QCS, wherever possible and in so far as the same
       conforms to the standards required by this Specification, all materials and goods, etc.,
       shall be obtained from local (Qatar based) manufacturers and producers. In particular
       cement for the Works shall be obtained from Qatar National Cement Company and
       reinforcement from Qatar Steel Company Ltd.

       The Contractor shall ensure sufficient supply of material throughout the project duration.
       Material shall be procured and order considering the critically of Project handover.

       The Contractor shall obtain agreement with the respective material suppliers particularly
       concrete, steel and long lead items to ensure that supply of material does not affect the
       construction schedule. An early purchase order and agreement with the supplier shall be
       made in place for the assurance of uninterrupted supply of material on time.

       The on-going Al Khor package 4 Project has a concrete batching plan operated by
       existing project Contractor. The incoming Contractor is advised to discuss and mutually
       agreed with the existing project Contractor, the possibility of obtaining concrete supply
       from the nearby plant in any case of concrete shortage encounter from the outside
       supplier.

       Contractor shall provide Spare Parts for Commissioning and two (2) years of Operation.

7.6    Temporary Access Roads

       The Contractor shall be required to maintain and provide satisfactory temporary access
       and traffic flow to and from and within the areas of the Works. Temporary traffic signs
       and lighting for temporary roads and diversions are to be in strict accordance with the
       requirements of the Qatar Traffic manual or as instructed by the traffic police (if
       applicable) and further requirements of the Al-Khor Community and or the Engineer.
       Details of proposals for any such temporary measures are to be submitted by the
       Contractor for approval by the Traffic Police, Al-Khor Community and the Engineer as
       applicable. Such approval shall not relieve the Contractor of any of his duties or
       responsibilities under the Contract.

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       The Contractor shall ensure that the access is clear for safe & smooth delivery of
       material including the execution of work. Whenever necessary as affected by the
       Construction work, the Contractor shall divert the access in an appropriate manner
       without affecting the work progress and the Al-Khor Community.

       The Contractor shall maintain at all times pedestrian access to all properties fronting the
       roads affected by the Works.

       The proposed temporary access road to the construction site is shown in attachment 10.
       Coordination with M/s Al Jaber Trading & Contracting Co. W.L.L. shall be conducted
       prior to start of construction to avoid any conflict in the vehicular and equipment‟s
       movement.

       In the event that development arises in the proposed temporary access road area, the
       Contractor shall clear and reinstate the area to its original condition at no later than two
       months upon notification. The alternative route shall be from Gate 6 or Main Gate 1. In
       this case the movement of traffic along the community road will be with restrictions and
       all the required pre-cautions shall be adopted by the Contractor.

7.7    Maintenance of Roads.

       In addition to the requirements of QCS, the Contractor will be held responsible for any
       damage caused by him, his work people, Sub-Contractors or Suppliers to public or
       private roads, paved areas, paths, verges, trees, shrubs, fences, boundary walls, gates,
       signs, drains, ducts and services during the execution of the Contract and shall bear the
       cost of making good any damage to the entire satisfaction of the local and other
       authorities and owners. The Contractor shall keep all private roads and paths clean and
       free from dirt and debris and any obstruction associated with the Works which would
       prejudice the safe and unimpeded normal use of the said roads and paths.

       All equipment provided by the Contractor under this specification is to be fully
       maintained until the completion of the contract and shall be returned to the Contractor on
       completion of the project. All consumables shall be supplied by the Contractor.

7.8   Telephone and Facsimile for Company & Consultant Use Only

       The Contractor shall provide Telephone and Facsimile Machines in accordance with
       QCS, with the following specific requirements;

       Telephone PABX system with at least 3 incoming lines to be provided. A provision for at
       least 7 Intercom connections. The intercom telephone handsets are to be configured on
       the PABX to enable direct dialling via PABX and the incoming lines to be routed through
       the Reception/Site Secretary's desk.
       1 separate dedicated line for Fax to be installed preferably at the site secretary's desk.
       3 dedicated line for internet access provided by the Contractor to send and receive
       email. The location and usage limits are at the direction of the Site Resident Engineer.




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       The Contractor shall make all arrangements and pay all charges in connection with the
       installation, manhour, and rental and call charges maximum average of Six Hundred
       Qatari Riyals per month for each phone, due or accrued during the Contract Period only.

       Fax Machine

       The Contractor shall provide one laser based fax machine with necessary toner, paper
       etc. for the exclusive use of the Engineer during the Contract period. The delivery
       installation, operation and maintenance shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.
       Repairs and maintenance shall take place as requested and within the same day. Upon
       completion of the project including the maintenance period, the machine would be the
       Contractor‟s sole property and this shall be returned to the Contractor.

       All items shall be to the approval of the Engineer.

       All items shall remain the property of the Contractor and shall be returned upon expiry of
       the maintenance period.

       All equipment provided by the Contractor under this specification is to be fully
       maintained until the completion of the contract and/or the maintenance period and shall
       be returned to the Contractor on completion of the project and the maintenance period.
       All consumables shall be supplied by the Contractor.

7.9    Computer and Printer for Company & Consultant Use Only
       PC - 10 No.s
       Intel Pentium 4 2.8 Ghz or above
       Min. 80 GB HDD
       Min. 256MB RAM
       17" Color Monitor
       CD ROM Drive
       Floppy drive
       Network Card
       Fax Modem Card

       File Server - 1 No.
       One of the PCs to be of a higher specification in order to serve as file share resource on
       the network, but still be used by on of the staff. On this file server the following additional
       resources are required apart from the above specification:

       Intel Pentium 4 2.8 GHz or above
       2 x 80 GB HDD
       2 x 512MB RAM
       17" Color Monitor
       DVD R/W Drive (for Backup)
       Floppy drive
       Network Card

       All Computers to be provided with the following pre-installed or licensed software;
       Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional; Microsoft Office XP Professional; Autodesk
       AutoCAD 2002; Norton Antivirus 2002; Primavera Project Planner 3


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        Note: All PC‟s are to be networked. Preferably Cat5e cabling interconnecting PCs. The
        cabling should include laying the conduits, cabling with Cat5e cable, I/O sockets,
        termination on I/O sockets, drop cable from I/O sockets to the PC. All the cables to be
        terminated on to a 16 port 100 speed switch or networking hub.

        1 No. network enabled A3/A4 size colour laser printer (preferably HP Laser printer
        5100TN) with separate input trays and an optional manual feed tray for printing on letter
        heads;
        1 No. network enabled A3/A4 size Colour Inkjet printer (preferably HP 1220c) with both
        USB and parallel interface;
        1 No A4 size B/W printer (preferably HP laserjet 1300) with parallel port interface
        1 No. A4 size colour Scanner with USB interface (preferably Canon or Epson brand).

        All equipment provided by the Contractor under this specification is to be fully
        maintained until the completion of the contract and shall be returned to the Contractor on
        completion of the project. All consumables shall be supplied by the Contractor.


7.10    Photocopier for Company & Consultant Use Only

        A3/A4 Size with colour copier automatic document feeder to be provided to the
        Engineers approval. Capable of reducing/enlarging originals by 50% / 200% in 1%
        increments.

        Contractor shall provide one Binding Machine with all necessary stationary for the
        binding as per Engineer‟s requirements and approval.

        All equipment provided by the Contractor under this specification is to be fully
        maintained until the completion of the contract and shall be returned to the Contractor on
        completion of the project. All consumables shall be supplied by the Contractor.

7.11    Measuring and Recording Equipment for Company & Consultant Use

        The Contractor shall provide for the Engineer‟s approval a list of measuring and
        recording equipment to be used.

        A semi professional digital camera of at least 5 Mega Pixels Resolution shall be
        supplied, with a minimum memory capacity of 256 MB.

        The surveying work for the project will be under Contractor‟s responsibility and using the
        total station for all the work.

        A Maximum-minimum thermometer shall be provided.

        All items shall be to the approval of the Engineer.

        All items shall remain the property of the Contractor and shall be returned upon expiry of
        the maintenance period.




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        All equipment provided by the Contractor under this specification is to be fully
        maintained until the completion of the contract and shall be returned to the Contractor on
        completion of the project. All consumables shall be supplied by the Contractor.

7.12   Miscellaneous Equipment/Fittings to be provided

        The following equipment / fittings shall be provided by the Contractor for the sole use of
        the Company and the Consultant. The equipment and fittings are to be maintained
        throughout the duration of the Contract by the Contractor and shall be returned upon
        expiry of the maintenance period.

        Refrigerator – 6 cubic feet; Water Filter / water cooler; Electric Kettle; Weatherproof
        rubber coated torches; Safety Equipment, helmets harnesses etc; Screwdriver, pliers
        and adjustable spanner; Hand held radios (Walkie Talkies) with one base Station system
        or minimum 4 No GSM mobile phones with SIM cards. Contractor to pay for local calls
        only.



7.13    Transportation for Company and Consultant

        The Contractor shall also provide vehicular means to the company and the Consultant
        whenever there is an inspection required outside the Al Khor Construction site.

7.14    Contract Administration and Assistance

        The Contractor shall provide a full time cleaner / tea person to be on site at all times
        during the Company and Consultant‟s working hours.


7.15    Temporary Site Fencing, Fans, Screens Etc.

        The Contractor is to provide site fencing, fans, screens, etc., to the standard described
        in QCS, to be of solid construction and to a minimum height of 3.00 metres, including all
        necessary maintaining, adaptation and removal upon completion. No gaps shall be
        provided to the site hoarding to ensure that school children do not intrude to the
        construction site. The fencing shall be constructed and installed to high standards using
        plywood of 10mm thickness.

        Elsewhere the Contractor shall provide all requisite safety and security measures
        including temporary screens, barriers, guard rails and the like and shall alter and adapt
        as necessary as the construction of the works progresses.

        All temporary site fencing, screens, barriers, guard rails and the like shall be to the prior
        approval of the Engineer. The temporary site fencing shall be painted to blend with the
        landscaping feature of the Al Khor Community and to enhance the environment
        friendliness of the project.

        The Contractor's attention is also drawn to his obligations and responsibilities in respect
        of QCS Clause 1-4.4 Watching and Lighting.

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7.16     Name boards

         The Contractor shall erect during mobilization 2 No. of Illuminated Name boards written
         in Arabic and English and shall have the following:

   a)    Name of Project and its purpose.
   b)    Name of Client.
   c)    Name of Consulting Offices
   d)    Name of Main Contractor

         Colour perspective of the project, size 1800 x 2400mm high (digital data to be provided
         by Engineer)

         Overall size of sign board shall be 6000mm wide x 3000mm high. All of the above shall
         be subject to Engineer‟s approval.




7.17     Notices to Service Ministries, Departments and Al Khor Community

         Further to the requirements of QCS, the Contractor must ensure that special attention is
         paid to protection and diversion where necessary of all existing services in the area.
         The Contractor will be responsible for notifying the various authorities of any damage
         caused whilst excavating in areas containing services and will be responsible for any
         and all costs incurred if such damage should occur.

7.18     Existing Services

         The Contractor will be held responsible for fully maintaining all existing services during
         the progress of the Works, and shall take all steps to prevent interference with or
         interruption of same.

         No diversion of such services etc. shall be carried out without written instructions from
         the Engineer and any temporary disconnection‟s which may be necessary consequent
         upon the Works shall be done at times as may be directed by the Engineer.

7.19     Transports to Site

         The Contractor shall provide at his own cost, suitable transport for his labour, plant and
         materials to the site.

         Such transport shall only remain at site long enough to unload or load the labour, plant
         and materials.

7.20     PPE, Uniforms and Identification-SHE

         All workmen entering the site shall wear identical approved uniform overalls and
         headgear, and any person arriving improperly dressed shall not be permitted to enter the
         site.

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        Contractor shall provide all Personnel performing the Services with all protective
        Clothing and equipment appropriate for the performance of the services in accordance
        with Section 7.0 SHE Requirements, to include but not limited to:-

        a) Safety hats as per ANSI Z89. 1 1986
        b) Safety Footwear as per ANSI 1991
        c) Gloves (Leather or Cotton)
        d) Coveralls.
        Any other Personnel Protective Equipment or Clothing required for the work.

        The Contractor shall implement a safety and security procedure for all the site staff and
        workmen to be employed on site. All workmen employed on the site shall at all times
        wear an identity badge, which must be clearly visible at all times.

        Upon the start of construction and as the construction progresses, the Contractor shall
        submit to the Engineer‟s Safety Supervisor the updates of the names of all workmen to
        be employed on the site, together with the Company name (in the case of sub-
        Contractors).

7.21    Cleaning the Works

        Further to the requirements of QCS and Conditions of Contract, the Contractor shall
        clear the site and any buildings thereon of all materials, plant, rubbish and building
        debris of any nature to a tip designated by the relevant Municipality for the area and
        shall ensure the area surrounding the Works is clean and to the natural level of the
        surrounding land.

        If the Contractor fails to comply with the foregoing requirement within 30 days of
        Practical Completion of the Works the Engineer may, in addition to the terms of the
        Conditions of Contract :-

        (i) Clear the site using another Contractor and deduct the costs so incurred from any
        monies due to the Contractor, and

        (ii) Delay final payment to the Contractor until such time as the Site has been cleared to
        the satisfaction of the Engineer and relevant Municipality.

7.22    Provision of Guarantees for Materials and Equipment
        In addition to the provisions in Section 2.0 General Conditions, following shall be
        applicable

        Further to the requirements of QCS the Contractor shall provide to the Company with all
        written guarantees from suppliers, sub-Contractors, manufacturers or others engaged in
        the Works where such guarantees are stipulated in the Contract to be provided or where
        any guarantee is undertaken and provided by a supplier, sub-Contractor, manufacturer
        or other as a condition of trade with the Contractor.




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       The Works shall not be complete until all such written guarantees have been provided by
       the Contractor to the Company and accordingly the Engineer shall not issue the
       Certificate of Completion until all such guarantees are provided.

       The Contractor is reminded of the Company‟s right to impose penalties on the
       Contractor as a result of any delay in completing the Works which shall include failure to
       provide such written guarantees within the period of the Works.

       Where any written guarantee imposes a liability on the Contractor, supplier, sub-
       Contractor, manufacturer or other to make good any defects in material or equipment
       incorporated in the Works either during the Maintenance Period or during any other
       given period then, upon being given notice by the Engineer or the Company that a defect
       has occurred, the Contractor shall, without delay, rectify and remedy any such defect or
       the Contractor shall arrange that his supplier, sub-Contractor, manufacturer or other
       shall, without delay, rectify and remedy such defect, to the satisfaction of the Engineer
       and the Company.

       Where the Contractor or his supplier, sub-Contractor, manufacturer or other engaged in
       the Works is unable or unwilling at once to do such work or repair as may be necessary
       to rectify and remedy any such defect that the Company may by its own or other
       workmen do such work or repair as may be necessary.

       All costs and charges incurred by the Company in such work or repair shall on demand
       be paid to the Company by the Contractor or shall be paid to the Company by the
       supplier, sub-Contractor, manufacturer or other who shall have provided a guarantee.

       Any payment for such work or repair not paid for as given may be deducted by the
       Company from any such other monies due to be paid by the Company to the Contractor
       or to the supplier, sub-Contractor, manufacturer or other who shall have provided the
       guarantee.

8.0    RASGAS TO PROVIDE

       Without limiting the responsibility of the Contractor in any way to complete the Services,
       the Company shall provide the following:

       a)   Areas for Contractor‟s Temporary Access road and site Facilities as mentioned
            herein.
       b)   Power supply and utility water to the Contractor from one or more points if only
            necessary. The Contractor is responsible for all applicable tie-ins and approvals
            from Government, if any. Water delivered by the community will be charged to the
            Contractor at QR 0.018 per gallon. Contractor to provide details of requirements.
            The supply of Power will not be charged to the Contractor provided usage is within
            reasonable limits.
       c)   Inspection of Contractor‟s Work when deemed necessary.
       d)   Approval Drawings in accordance with Clause 4.1.5.
       e)   Review/Approval of Contractor‟s Material Submittals within one working week.
       f)   Review/Approval of Contractor‟s Method Statements within one working week.
       g)   Review/Approval of Contractor‟s commissioning within one working week.



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       h)    However, the Company providing inspection, review and approval, shall not
              relieve the Contractor of his overall project responsibility and the responsibility of
              his QA/QC obligations and completion of the Services free of defects.
       i)     Permit to Work and Site Induction Training courses.
       j)     Periodic inspection and auditing of CONTRACTOR Work
       k)    Ad-hoc inspection of CONTRACTOR equipment and transport. RASGAS reserves
              the right to inspect vehicles prior to commencement of the Work and / or at any
              other time during the CONTRACTOR tenure at the work site.
       l)     RasGas will provide a datum benchmark adjacent to the site for establishing co-
              ordinates and elevations for the WORK.

9.0    SHE, SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS, PTW
       Environment, Health & Safety (common SHE)

       Contractor to provide the following minimum Safety Health and Environment (SHE)
       requirements all to the approval of the Company;

       (a)     Contractor must provide a general safety induction to their personnel including,
               but not limited to, commonly accepted safe working practices, the proper use of
               and care for personal protective equipment (PPE), equipment and tools, hazard
               recognition, reporting unsafe acts and conditions, reporting incidents / injuries,
               ensuring safe material handling and providing Job Safety Assessment(s).

       (b)     In addition and prior to the commencement of the Services and Services, all the
               Contractor's personnel working at Site, shall have previously undergone any
               necessary safety orientation training so that they shall be able to comply in all
               respects with the Contract safety standards. Any safety orientation training shall
               be Contractor‟s responsibility.

       (c)     Contractor's personnel employed in the performance of the Services shall be fully
               trained and currently qualified to carry out the Scope of Services. Key personnel
               shall be required for the duration of the contract and shall be fluent in the English
               language. All supervisors shall have good written and oral skills in the English
               language. All other Contractor‟s personnel are required to have sufficient English
               oral skills pertinent to the safety and integrity of the work site.

       (d)     Contractor's on site personnel are responsible for ensuring that the Contractor‟s
               SHE procedures approved by the Company are adhered to whilst performing the
               Services.

       (e)     Contractor to submit proposed SHE procedures, which must be approved by the
               Company prior to commencing Services on site.

       (f)     All tools and equipment used by Contractor shall comply with the Company‟s
               safety requirements.

       (g)     Contractor shall implement all and any other RasGas requirements for safe
               practices as defined in the Company safety procedures or as requested by the
               Company.



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       (h)    The Company shall be at liberty to require Contractor to remove from the
              services any person employed directly or indirectly by Contractor to provide
              services, who in the opinion of the Company is guilty of misconduct / breach of
              safety practices or is lacking in required competence in both ability and safety.

       (j)    For more detail on the SHE requirements please refer to Section 7.0 of the ITT
              document.

9.1   Inspection – Interruption Work.

       The Engineer and the Company shall periodically inspect Contractor's operations and
       the Work to monitor the compliance of the Contractor with the quality and safety
       provisions of this Contract, and such inspections shall not diminish the Contractor's own
       responsibilities contained in the Contract documentation. Should the Company become
       aware of an imminently hazardous condition which, in its judgment if allowed to continue,
       would pose danger to life or health, in addition to and without limiting any other rights of
       the Company under this Contract, the Engineer and the Company shall have the right to
       immediately direct Contractor to abate or eliminate such conditions. If the hazardous
       condition is not promptly abated or eliminated, the Company shall have the right to
       immediately stop all Work being performed at the Site to take any action necessary to
       abate or eliminate such hazard. If Work is stopped, Contractor shall not be permitted to
       restart the Work until such hazard has been abated or eliminated. In addition to and
       without limiting any other rights of the Company under this Contract, if the Company is
       made aware of a failure of CONTRACTOR to comply with the quality and safety
       provisions of this Contract, which failure does not create an imminently hazardous
       condition, then the Company shall have the right to notify Contractor of such failure and
       direct Contractor to abate or eliminate such condition within a reasonable period. If such
       condition is not abated or eliminated as directed, the Company shall have the right to
       stop all Work being performed by Contractor at the Site and such Work shall not be
       restarted until Contractor has corrected the situation.

9.2    Reporting of Incidents

       Contractor shall immediately provide verbal notification to the Company of accidents
       involving any personal injury, property damage, theft, fires, explosions, spills or releases
       of substances that occur at the Site or in connection with any Work being performed
       hereunder. Contractor shall within twenty-four hours after the occurrence, provide the
       Company with a written incident report. Contractor shall also provide the Company with
       copies of all reports or other documents filed or provided to Contractor‟s insurers and
       regulatory authorities in connection with such accidents. Contractor shall also identify
       record and report any unsafe conditions, 'near-miss' incidents, and unsafe acts.

9.3    Restrictions to the Use of the Site

       All access ways shall be cleared regularly and washed down with water and any
       damage caused to the existing roadways shall be repaired immediately to match the
       surrounding finishes entirely at the Contractor‟s own cost.

       Any damage caused to existing structures, existing building fabric / components /
       finishes of whatsoever nature, existing services and existing hard and soft landscaping

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       as a result of carrying out the Works shall be repaired immediately to match existing to
       the entire satisfaction of the Engineer and entirely at the Contractor‟s own expense.

       The Contractor shall allow for any other Contractor‟s access, Services Authorities
       access, security checks authorised by the Employer. All costs in connection with such
       access shall be deemed to be included in the Tender price.

9.4    Security Requirements

       The Contractor shall allow for complying with the current security regulations and
       requirements which may be applicable to the site. The Contractor will be deemed to
       have acquainted himself thoroughly with all security regulations that may be in force at
       the time of submission of Tender and to have allowed in his Tender for their effect upon
       his operations with regard to the supply of labour and materials, access to site and
       project execution generally. No claim will be entertained for the Contractor‟s lack of
       knowledge of security regulations.

       The Contractor shall ensure that his workforce and staff on site adhere strictly to cultural
       restrictions.

       The cost of any delay resulting from the security requirements and regulations are
       deemed to be included in the Tender price.

       The Contractor shall ensure that his workmen remain in the work area assigned to them
       at any given time. Any breach of this requirement shall render the worker(s) liable for
       instant and permanent removal from all areas of the site.

9.5    Al Khor Community Regulations and Special Provisions

       The following Al Khor Community regulations and special contract provision must be
       complied with at all times:

       (a)    A single gate into / out of the construction site will be guarded 24/7 by
              Community Security. Contractor to provide suitable gate house with air
              conditioning, electrical supply by Contractor.

       (b)    Security fencing at the site shall be continuous and surround all the Services
              (existing and new build) to prevent any access or egress other than by
              Contractors. Access to and from the site shall be controlled by the Contractor‟s
              security personnel to ensure no community or casual intruders. The same shall
              apply at the compound although the fencing may be chain link or similar. The
              location of the compound and access should be co-coordinated with the
              community to ensure no disruption occurs due to crossings or access.

       (c)    Contractor to provide internal site watchman out of normal working hours.
       (d)    Working hours to be restricted to 7.00am -7.00pm x 6 day week. No work on
              Friday, exception can be made by special application to Community
              Administration.( The Contractor shall consider, seek written approval from
              RasGas and implement if necessary, additional working hours, in order to
              achieve the completion date of 30th June 2009.

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        (e)    No Contractor staff allowed outside of fenced construction area.

        (f)    Contractor to make adequate provision to minimize dust and noise problems.

        (g)    Contractor to make provision inside fenced area for messing and sanitary /toilet
               arrangements.

        (h)    No Contractors staff (other than watchman) to be on site out of working hours.

        (j)    At any time the Contractor might be requested to amend their working time /
               suspended any part of the work, or work area to suit specific community
               operations. An example of this, but not limited to, would be to suspend disruptive
               activities during school examination periods.

        (k)    Contractor to provide all water / electricity for construction purposes.

        (l)    Contractor to provide suitable lighting for site security at night.

        (m)   Storage of inflammable material /hazardous chemicals to be notified to Community
               Administration, suitable precautions to be taken for safe storage of such
               materials.

        (n)    Site to be kept clean and tidy, particular emphasis on food waste that could
               encourage vermin into the community.

        (o)    Contractor to be watchful of standing water that could cause mosquitoes to
               breed.

        (p)    RG SAFETY CODES TO BE FOLLOWED AT ALL TIMES


10.0     TENDER RESPONSE REQUIREMENTS

          Mandatory Requirements

          All Tenderers must comply with the following requirements. Failure to comply with the
          following requirement and produce documented evidence, shall preclude the
          Tenderer‟s submission from further evaluation

10.1      Tenderer to be a locally registered and Government approved Contractor.
          Documentary Certified evidence to be provided.

10.2      Tenderer should have a minimum of 8 (eight) years of experience in building
          construction industry and must have completed a similar construction project either
          school or institutional development within the Gulf Region. Documentary Certified
          evidence to be provided.

10.3      Confirmation that the Tenderer has sufficient manpower to carry out the Construction
          of the New AKIS Primary School Building. Documentary Certified evidence to be


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         provided. Also confirm that the Tenderer will be able to mobilize the required
         construction team within twenty one (21) days.

10.4     Tenderer shall attend Mid-Tender Mandatory Site Visit and meeting as required by
         RasGas. The date for this Mid-Tender Mandatory Site Visit and meeting shall be within
         the 10 days of the bid collection. The exact date shall be advised. Failing to comply
         with this requirement shall automatically preclude Tenderer from the Tendering
         process.

10.5    FURTHER TENDER REQUIREMENT SUBMISSION

        10.5.1 Technical Qualification Requirements

               The Contractor shall submit Technical Qualification Requirements as per
               Attachment no.8. Any additional information deemed relevant may be inserted as
               a separate section to clarify the submission and the Company may consider the
               same in the evaluation process.

        10.5.2 Ability to meet the scheduled date of completion

               (a)      An outline statement of the methods proposed for the construction of the
                        Works.
               (b)      The Contractor shall submit a comprehensive construction schedule
                        showing the order in which he proposes to start and complete the several
                        activities comprising the Works, site logistics and execution program,
                        including the acquisition of materials, plant and equipment within time
                        period specified in Contract duration.

        10.5.3 Construction Management Capabilities

               Tenderer to provide the following-
               Organizational chart showing the proposed site supervisory and management
               staff.
               The CVs of the proposed site management and supervisory staff.

        10.5.4 Proposed Construction Equipment And Work Force

               Tenderer to provide the following-
               Manpower Histogram as per the proposed construction program
               List of Plant and Equipment to be used by the Contractor to effectively carry out
               the construction works

        10.5.5 Quality Manual And Procedures

               Tenderer to provide the following-
               Contractor‟s Proposed Quality Control / Quality Assurance Manual.
               Quality Control / Quality Assurance procedures proposed for the Services.

        10.5.6 Safety



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             Tenderer to provide the following-
             Environment, Health and Safety Policy of the Contractor.
             Safety History of the Contractor.
             Environment, Health and Safety Manual.
             Environment, Health and Safety procedures proposed for the Services.
             Refer to SHE Questionaire as per attachment 9

      10.5.7 Ability to meet Specifications

             A written Confirmation that the Contractor, Sub-Consultant, Sub-Contractors,
             Service Providers, Suppliers, Agents etc. shall be able to comply or exceed the
             contract Specifications.

      10.5.8 Sub-Contractors, Suppliers and Sub-consultants

             If Sub-Contractors, Suppliers and Sub-Consultants are being proposed for
             carrying out any of the Services or the other works, all relevant information
             pertaining to these companies as listed above shall also be submitted. As per
             Contractors technical qualification requirements stated in Attachment 8.

             A list of proposed sub-Contractors, suppliers and sub-consultants shall be
             submitted with particulars of their scope of work and the proposed date of
             material procurement & delivery to site.
      10.5.9 Submit proof of agreement with the Supplier on their commitment to supply
             material to this project particularly concrete, steel, long lead items and aluminium
             /glazing works as mentioned in article 3.1 above.

     10.5.10 The Contractor shall submit alternative construction cost and schedule of 17
             months to achieve the Project Completion. The award of the said alternative
             proposal will be at the discretion of RasGas at the point of award.




List of Attachments

Attachment 1     -    Al Khor International School - As Built Drawing Register. (soft copy only)
Attachment 1A    -    Al Khor International School - As Built Drawings (soft copy only)
Attachment 2     -    Overall Al Khor Plot Plan – PDF Drawing/Acad (soft copy only)
Attachment 3     -    Topographical Survey (Soft copy and hard copy)
Attachment 4     -    Geotechnical Investigation Report (Soft copy and hard copy)
Attachment 5     -    Detailed Design Drawings Register (Soft copy and hard copy)
Attachment 5A    -    Detailed Design Drawings (Soft copy and hard copy)
Attachment 6     -    Construction Specifications (Soft copy and hard copy)
Attachment 7     -    Bills of Quantities (Soft copy and hard copy)
Attachment 8     -    Technical Qualification Requirement (Soft Copy only)
Attachment 9     -    SHE Questionnaire (Soft Copy only )
Attachment 10    -    Preliminary Project Construction Schedule (soft copy only)
Attachment 11    -    Proposed Access Road, Site Office and Lay down area (soft copy only)



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