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                           Specification of Works to be executed
                                  and Materials to be used
                                    in connection with



                                At the premises known as

                               16 Flats @ Gordon Mansions
                                        75 Anson Road
                                            #REF!
                                            N7 0AU

                                Under the administration of

                         Manuel Serrano BSc (Hons) MRICS MCIOB
                              Ringley Chartered Surveyors
                                      Ringley House
                                 349 Royal College Street
                                    London NW1 9QS




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     Ringley Chartered Surveyors
                                          Notice to                   Tenderers
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1      All items within these documents are to be separately and individually priced. Tenderers are requested to make all
       entries (pricing, initialling etc) clear and legible in black ink.

       A fully priced copy of the specification is to be delivered with the tender documents in the envelope provided
       at the date of tender.

2      Any/all items, which have no price set against them, shall be deemed to have been included within the value of other
       items for the purpose of the tender and no further value or extra sums will be allowed against such items. Where a rate
       is requested please insert.

3      Seek guidance on any item, which appears to be incomplete, unclear, ambiguous or open to more than one
       interpretation, as no consideration will be given subsequently to extra costs on the grounds of any misunderstanding.



4      Quantities if stated are to be used as guidance only. The contractor is completely responsible for measurement and
       confirming all quantities and all further information. The Contractor is also responsible for checking all dimensions and
       areas for carrying out all works necessary.

5      Discrepancies: where there are discrepancies between the Specification and the Contract Drawings then the
       description/details on the drawings shall be followed and shall be deemed to be included in the tender.

6      The tender is to remain open for acceptance for a period of not less than 13 (thirteen) weeks from the date of tender
       without alteration or further qualification.

7      The Contract Period is 12 (twelve) working weeks from the date of possession. Please also complete your proposed
       contract period in the Form of Tender.

8      All pages of the priced specification are to be initialled by Tenderers as proof of reading.

9      The Contractor’s outline proposed programme, showing the sequence and timing of the principal parts of the works
       must be submitted with the tender. A detailed contract programme is to be submitted for the Employer’s approval prior
       to signature for the contract documents and is to be based upon the outline programme.


10     Tenderers are to note that properties forming this contract will be occupied during the Works and they should allow for
       this in their pricing.

11     Before tendering, visit the site to ascertain the exact nature of the work and the restrictions of the site.

12     The pricing of the Preliminaries is to be by way of fixed amounts in respect of the whole of the work included in the
       specification including all provisional and contingency items. The contractor is requested to price separately each and
       every item that he wishes to carry a monetary value. The contractor will be required to provide a suitable breakdown of
       the Preliminaries as submitted for the CA’s agreement and for the purpose of ascertaining values for payments.



13     The Employer may wish to vary or omit works by way of adjustment of either works as set out or the provisional sums
       and no claim for loss of profit will be entertained.


       Failure to comply with one of the above requirements may result in the tender being rejected.




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                                             Code of Practice

PAINTING GENERALLY

The contractors’ attention is drawn to the fact that all the preparatory work, woodwork and ironwork is considered
to be of the utmost importance and directions given above and hereafter must be followed in detail.

All surfaces must be completely free from moisture when paint is being applied, and all work must be carried out
in accordance best trade practice.

No painting is to be commenced until 24 hours have elapsed after stopping and facing up. At this stage contract
administrator is to be notified that the work is ready for inspection.

The contract administrator’s approval must be obtained before each coat of paint is applied; the contractor is to
request the contract administrator to inspect as requested.

No scaffolding is to be removed until the contract administrator has been given the opportunity to inspect the
completed work.

PAINTING AROUND GLASS
All painting around glass is to be brought to a fine straight line, and all spills and spots on the glass are to be
completely removed on completion.

REPAINTING DOORS
All door numbers, letter box plates, sign plates, door handles, closing mechanisms, striking plates, etc, to be
removed prior to decoration works, and to be re-fixed on completion.

DELIVERY AND STORAGE OF PAINTS
Paints to be used are to be as specified.

All paint and other decorative materials are to be delivered to the site in the manufacturers’ sealed drums or
containers, and are to be used in accordance with the manufacturers’ directions, without adulteration or thinning.

KNOTTING
The knotting for joinery surfaces is to be of approved patent knotting.

BAD WEATHER

No exterior or exposed painting shall be carried out in wet, foggy or frosty weather. Nor shall any painting be
undertaken upon surfaces which are not thoroughly dry and clean, and the contractor must allow for taking all
precautions to protect efficiently, all newly painted surfaces from injury. No primed or undercoated work shall be
left in an exposed or unsuitable situation for an undue period before completing the painting process.

PREPARATION
The term ‘prepare’ is to include for stripping paper, scraping, rubbing and cleaning down, both old and new
surfaces to remove in regularities. Burning off or otherwise removing all flaking and defective paint, rust, grease,
stains and other defects, knotting woodwork, and making good chips, cracks, or pitting with approved filler must
be inspected by the contract administrator between coats of paint.

Rubbing down is required after the priming coat. Each coat of paint shall be completed over the whole of the
work and thoroughly hard and dry before the application of any subsequent coat.




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A1         THE PROJECT GENERALLY

A10        PROJECT PARTICULARS

110        A10/THE PROJECT
           Name:

           xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

           Pre-maintenance painting

           Nature:

           xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

           Minor repair and painting

           Location:
           16 Flats @ Gordon Mansions, 75 Anson Road, London N7 0AU

120        EMPLOYER (CLIENT):
           The Directors
           Gordon Mansions Management Co Ltd.


A10/A10/1 THE PRINCIPAL CONTRACTOR: The Contractor
27
          xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

140        ARCHITECT (hereinafter referred to as 'CA'):
           Ringley Chartered Surveyors
           Ringley House
           349 Royal College Street,
           London NW1 9QS
           Tel: (020) 7267 2900 Survey Hotline (020) 7428 1970
           Fax: (020) 7267 9610 Survey Direct Fax (020) 7428 1971
           (Contact: Mr              )

145        PLANNING SUPERVISOR:
           Ringley Chartered Surveyors
           349 Royal College Street,
           London NW1 9QS
           Tel: (020) 7267 2900 Survey Hotline (020) 7428 1970
           Fax: (020) 7267 9610 Survey Direct Fax (020) 7428 1971
           (Contact: Mr              )

150        QUANTITY SURVEYOR:
           Ringley Chartered Surveyors
           Ringley House
           349 Royal College Street,
           London NW1 9QS
           Tel: (020) 7267 2900 Survey Hotline (020) 7428 1970
           Fax: (020) 7267 9610 Survey Direct Fax (020) 7428 1971
           (Contact: Mr              )


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A11        TENDER AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

110        THE TENDER DRAWINGS are listed in Appendix ‘A’

120        THE CONTRACT DRAWINGS will be the same as the tender drawings.


160        A11/THE PRE-TENDER HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN will be issued as
           an addendum to these Preliminaries during the tender period.

A12        THE SITE/EXISTING BUILDINGS

110        THE SITE:
           The Site comprises the whole of the properties listed in Appendix ‘B’

140        A12/EXISTING MAINS/SERVICES:
           The Site is served by all main services: electricity, water, gas and waste
           services.

200        A12/ACCESS TO THE SITE: Access to the properties may be obtained by
           appointment and through the                .

210        PARKING:
           The Contractor shall ensure that vehicles in connection with these works are
           adequately facilitated.
           The Contractor shall comply with all parking and traffic restrictions and
           highway regulations.

220        A12/USE OF THE SITE:
           - Do not use the site for any purpose other than carrying out the Works.


240        A12/RISKS TO HEALTH AND SAFETY:
           The nature and condition of The Site/buildings cannot be fully ascertained
           before it is opened up. However, the risks identified in the Health and Safety
           Plan are or may be present.
           The Contractor must ascertain for himself any information he will require to
           ensure the safety of all persons and the works.
           The Contractor will produce risk assessments and method statements
           compliant with his duties under the CDM Regulations as Principal
           Contractor.
            The Contractor is to allow for such measures as described above in his
           overall programme.

280        A12/SITE VISIT: Before tendering, ascertain the nature of the site, access
           thereto and all local conditions and restrictions likely to affect the execution
           of the Works.

290        A12/SITE VISIT: may be made by appointment with the CA giving at least
           two working days notice.

A13        DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK

110        PREPARATORY WORK BY OTHERS:
           None

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A20        THE CONTRACT

120        A13/THE WORK:

           -    Erection of scaffold
           -    Painting and decorating
           -    Repair and replacement of rainwater goods
           -    Repair and replacement of doors and windows
           -    Repairs and cleaning to brickwork

330        INTERMEDIATE FORM OF CONTRACT 1998:
           The form of contract will be the JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract
           1998 with TC/94, Amendment Nos 1 & 2 issued January 2000 all as
           amended by the Employer’s Special Conditions (see Appendix ‘B’ of the
           Specification and Schedule of Works). Allow for the obligations, liabilities
           and services described therein against the headings below:

           1st. Recital
           The Works comprise those described in A13:120
           The Contract Drawings will as numbered in Section A11.
           The references to Schedules of Work and Bills of Quantities will be deleted.


           2nd. Recital
           Alternative A will apply: Alternative B will be deleted
           Within Alternative A the following words will be deleted: 'priced the Bills of
           Quantities (as priced, called the Contract Bills)'
           The words ‘the contractor has provided the Employer with a priced Active
           Schedule’ will be deleted

           4th. Recital
           The Fourth Recital shall be deleted.

           INTERMEDIATE FORM OF CONTRACT 1998 (CONTD)

           5th. Recital
           The Fifth Recital shall be deleted..

           THE ARTICLES

           Article 1
           The Contractor’s obligations.

           Article 2
           The Contract Sum – see The General Summary.

           Article 3
           The words ‘the Contract Administrator’ will be deleted.
           The Architect: See Section A10

           Article 4
           Quantity Surveyor: See section A10.



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           Article 5
           Alternative A will be deleted.
           Alternative B - Planning Supervisor: See section A10.

           Article 6
           The Principal Contractor: See section A10

           Article 7
           Alternative A will be deleted.

           Article 8
           Difference or dispute – adjudication: Clause deleted

           Article 9A
           Difference or dispute – arbitration

           Article 9B
           Difference or dispute – Legal proceedings

           THE CONDITIONS:

           Contrary to the requirements of SMM7 A20.1.1, a schedule of section
           headings (rather than clause headings) is given.

           THE APPENDIX TO THE CONTRACT WILL BE COMPLETED AS
           FOLLOWS:

           Third Recital
           All the CDM Regulations apply

           Articles 9A and 9B. Clauses 9B and 9C
           Clauses 9B applies

           Clause 1.16
           Electronic data interchange: The JCT Supplemental Provisions for EDI do
           not apply.

           Clause 2.1
           Date of Possession:

           Clause 2.1
           Date for Completion:

           Clauses 2.2, 2.4.14 and 4.11(a)
           Deferment of the Date of Possession:
           Clause 2.2 applies
           Where clause 2.2 applies, six weeks

           Clause 2.4.10 and 2.4.11
           Extension of time for inability to secure essential labour or goods or
           materials:
           Clause 2.4.10 (Labour): Does not apply.
           Clause 2.4.11 (Goods or materials): Does not apply.

           Clause 2.7

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           Liquidated damages: £1,000 per week

           Clause 2.10
           Defects liability period: 6 months




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           THE APPENDIX TO THE CONTRACT (CONTD)

           Clause 4.2
           Period of interim payments: One month

           Clause 4.2(b)
           Advance payment: Does not apply

           Clause 4.2.1(a)
           Valuation: A priced Activity Schedule is not attached to this Appendix.


           Clause 4.2.1(c).1
           Listed items: A bond is not required.

           Clauses 4.9(a) and C7
           Supplemental Condition C: Tax etc. fluctuations: Percentage addition: 5%


           Clause 4.9(b)
           Formulae fluctuations: Supplemental Condition D does not apply

           Clause 5.5
           Value Added Tax: Clause A1.1 of Supplemental Condition A does not apply.


           Clause 6.2.1
           Insurance cover for any one occurrence or series of occurrences arising out
           of one event: £ 10,000,000.00

           Clause 6.2.4
           Insurance - liability of Employer:
           Insurance may required
           Amount of indemnity for any one occurrence or series of occurrences arising
           out of one event: £ 5,000,000.00

           Clause 6.3.1
           Insurance of the Works - alternative clauses: Alternative 6.3C applies

           Clause 6.3
           Percentage to cover professional fees: 15%

           Clause 6.3A.3.1
           Annual renewal date of insurance as supplied by Contractor: does not apply


           Clause 6.3D
           Insurance for Employer's loss of liquidated damages - clause 2.4.3: Is not
           required

           Clause 6.3FC.1
           The Joint Fire Code applies.
           The insurer under clause 6.3A or clause 6.3B or clause 6.3C.2 has specified
           that the Works are a 'Large Project' – to be advised


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           Clause 8.3
           Base date: 1 October 2000




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           Clause 9A.1
           Nominator of Adjudicator: The President or a Vice-President of the RICS


           Clause 9B.1
           Appointee of Arbitrator: The President or a Vice-President of the RICS

           EXECUTION: The Contract will be executed as under hand.

A30        TENDERING/SUBLETTING/SUPPLY

           MAIN CONTRACT TENDERING

110        SCOPE: These conditions are supplementary to those stated in the invitation
           to tender and on the Form of Tender.

121        TENDERING PROCEDURE will be in accordance with the principles of the
           'Code of Procedure for Single Stage Selective Tendering' 1996, Alternative 1
           (the word ‘specification’ being substituted for the word ‘bill(s)’.

134        TENDER RETURNS: Tenders will only be considered if they are sent in a
           plain envelope or parcel with a label provided by the Employer for the
           purpose, on which is printed the word ‘Tender’ followed by the subject of
           the contract. The envelope must be sealed and must not show the identity of
           the tenderer in any way. It must be delivered to the place and by the time
           stated in the tender invitation.

170        A30/ACCEPTANCE OF TENDER: The Employer and his representatives:

           - Offer no guarantee that the lowest or any tender will be recommended for
           acceptance or accepted.
           - Will not be responsible for any cost incurred in the preparation of any
           tender.

190        A30/PERIOD OF VALIDITY: Tenders must remain open for consideration
           (unless previously withdrawn) for not less than 26 weeks from the date fixed
           for the submission or lodgement of tenders.
           Information on the date for possession/commencement is given in section
           A20.

           PRICING/SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS

211        PRELIMINARIES IN THE SPECIFICATION: The Preliminaries/General
           conditions sections (A10-A55 inclusive) must not be relied on as complying
           with SMM7.

220        A30/PRICING OF PRELIMINARIES: The Contractor shall use the
           following abbreviations:
           F = Fixed charge item
           TR = Time related charge item.




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301        A30/QUANTITIES IN THE SPECIFICATION: Where and to the extent that
           quantities are included in the specification, they have been prepared in
           accordance with SMM7 only where and to the extent stated. Where not so
           stated, the items, descriptions and measurements:
           - Must not be relied on as complying with SMM7.
           - Must be priced taking account of the information given elsewhere in the
           tender documents, including for all associated and ancillary work shown or
           clearly apparent as being necessary for the complete and proper execution of
           the work.

311        SPECIFICATION WITHOUT QUANTITIES: Where and to the extent that
           descriptions and quantities are not included in full detail in the specification,
           tenders must include for all work shown or described in the tender
           documents as a whole or clearly apparent as being necessary for the
           complete and proper execution of the Works.

320        A30/PRICING OF SPECIFICATION: Alterations and qualifications to the
           specification must not be made without the written consent of the CA.
           Tenders containing unauthorised alterations or qualifications may be
           rejected. Costs relating to items in the specification which are not priced will
           be deemed to have been included elsewhere in the tender.

331        A30/THE PRICED SPECIFICATION must be completed in ink and
           submitted with the Tender.

340        A30/ERRORS IN THE PRICED SPECIFICATION will be dealt with in
           accordance with the 'Code of Procedure for Single Stage Selective
           Tendering' 1996, Alternative 1 (the word 'specification' being substituted for
           'bills of quantities').

480        PROGAMME: The Contractor's proposed programme as specified in Section
           A32 or a summary thereof showing the sequence and timing of the principal
           parts of the Works, periods for planning and design and itemising any work
           which is excluded must be submitted with the tender.

516        ALTERNATIVE TIME TENDERS
           - In addition to and at the same time as his tender based upon the date or
           period specified in section A20, the Contractor may, at his discretion, submit
           alternative tender based upon different dates for completion or periods.
           - If any such tender is accepted the date for completion inserted in the
           Appendix to the Contract will be the date stated in the alternative tender or
           determined from the period stated in the alternative tender..

535        SUBSTITUTE PRODUCTS: If the Contractor wishes to substitute products
           of different manufacture to those specified, details must be submitted with
           the tender giving reasons for each proposed substitution. Substitutions which
           have not been notified at tender stage may not be considered. Substitutions
           sanctioned by the CA will be subject to the verification requirements of
           clause A31/200.




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540        A30/QUALITY CONTROL RESOURCES: A statement must be submitted
           at the time of tender describing the organisation and resources which the
           Contractor proposes and undertakes to provide to control the quality of the
           Works, including the work of subcontractors. The statement must include the
           number and type of staff responsible for quality control, with details of their
           qualifications and duties.

551        A30/HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION: A statement must be
           submitted with the tender describing the organisation and resources which
           the contractor proposes and undertakes to provide to safeguard the health
           and safety of operatives, including those of subcontractors and of any person
           who may be affected by the works, including:
           - A copy of the contractors health and safety policy document, including risk
           assessment procedures.
           - Accident and illness records for the past five years.
           - Records of previous Health and Safety Executive enforcement action.
           - Records of training and training policy.
           - The number and type of staff responsible for health and safety on this
           project with details of their qualifications and duties.

570        A30/AN OUTLINE CONSTRUCTION PHASE HEALTH AND SAFETY
           PLAN must be submitted 14 days after tender acceptance and is to include
           the following:
           - Method statements related to the construction hazards identified in the pre-
           tender health and safety plan and/or statements on how the hazards will be
           addressed and other significant hazards identified by the contractor.
           - Details of the management structure and responsibilities.
           - Arrangements for issuing health and safety directions.
           - Procedures for informing other contractors and employees of health and
           safety hazards.
           - Selection procedures for ensuring competency of other contractors, the self-
           employed and designers.
           - Procedures for communications between the project team, other contractors
           and site operatives.
           - Arrangements for co-operation and co-ordination between contractors.
           - Procedures for carrying out risk assessment and for managing and
           controlling the risk.
           - Emergency procedures including those for fire prevention and escape.
           - Arrangements for ensuring that all accidents, illness and dangerous
           occurrences are recorded.
           - Arrangements for welfare facilities.
           - Procedures for ensuring that all persons on site have received relevant
           health and safety information and any training.
           - Arrangements for consulting with and taking the views of people on site.

           - Arrangements for preparing site rules and drawing them to the attention of
           those affected and ensuring their compliance.
           - Monitoring procedures to ensure compliance with site rules, selection and
           management procedures, health and safety standards and statutory
           requirements.
           - Review procedures to obtain feedback.




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A31        PROVISION, CONTENT AND USE OF DOCUMENTS

           DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS

110        The meaning of terms, derived terms and synonyms used in the preliminaries
           and specification is as defined below or in the appropriate British Standard
           or British Standard Glossary.

120        A31/CA means the person nominated in the Contract as Architect or
           Contract Administrator or his authorised representative.

130        A31/IN WRITING: When required to notify, inform, instruct, agree,
           confirm, obtain information, obtain approval or obtain instructions do so in
           writing.

140        A31/APPROVAL (and words derived therefrom) means the approval in
           writing of the CA unless specified otherwise.

150        A31/PRODUCTS means materials (including naturally occurring materials)
           and goods (including components, equipment and accessories) intended for
           permanent incorporation in the Works.

210        A31/BRITISH STANDARD PRODUCTS: Where any product is specified
           to comply with a British Standard for which there is no equivalent European
           Standard it may be substituted by a product complying with a grade or
           category within a national standard of another Member State of the European
           Community or an international standard recognised in the UK specifying
           equivalent requirements and assurances in respect of material, safety,
           reliability, function, compatibility with adjacent construction, availability of
           compatible accessories and, where relevant, appearance. In advance of
           ordering notify the CA of all such substitutions and, when requested, submit
           for verification documentary evidence confirming that the products comply
           with the specified requirements. Any submitted foreign language documents
           must be accompanied by certified translations into English.

220        A31/REFERENCES TO BSI DOCUMENTS are to the versions and
           amendments listed in the BSI Standards Catalogue as of 1 April 1999

230        MANUFACTURER AND REFERENCE: Where used in this combination:
           ‘Manufacturer’ means the firm under whose name the particular product is
           marketed.
           ‘Reference’ means the proprietary brand name and or reference by which the
           particular product is identified.

240        MANUFACTURERS’ REFERENCES are those current at date of tender
           and means the particular product as specified in the manufacturer’s technical
           literature.




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250        OR EQUIVALENT APPROVED means that products of different
           manufacture may be substituted if prior approval has been obtained but the
           CA reserves the right to insist on the named products(s). The rates and
           prices entered in the Specification shall be deemed to be based on the
           products specified, unless otherwise agreed between the Contractor and the
           CA before the date of Contract.


201        A31/EQUIVALENT PRODUCTS: Wherever products are specified by
           proprietary name and the phrase 'or equivalent approved' is not included, it
           shall be deemed included.

270        A31/SIZES: Unless otherwise stated:
           - Products are specified by their co-ordinating sizes.
           - Cross section dimensions of timber shown on drawings are nominal sizes.


280        A31/FIX ONLY means all labours in unloading, handling, storing and fixing
           in position, including use of all plant.

290        A31/SUPPLY AND FIX: Unless stated otherwise all items given in the
           schedule of work and/or on the drawings are to be supplied and fixed
           complete.

           TERMS USED IN REFURBISHMENT/ALTERATION

310        DEMOLISHING/CUTTING/TAKING DOWN/STRIP OUT: These terms
           mean remove existing work so described and all associated accessories,
           fastenings, linings and bedding materials, without damaging adjacent work to
           be retained and dispose of unwanted materials.

311        A31/REMOVE means disconnect, dismantle as necessary and remove the
           stated element, work or component and all associated accessories, fastenings,
           supports, linings and bedding materials, and dispose of unwanted materials.
           It does not include removing associated pipework, wiring, ductwork or other
           services.

320        REFIX:
           - Carefully take down existing work to be refixed.
              - Remove fastenings and bedding materials from products/materials and
           clean and repair as necessary.
           - Set aside and adequately protect until required.
           - Relocate accurately and fix securely using fixing and jointing materials and

           methods to match existing, or alternatives if approved, and make good.
           - Comply with additional specified requirements.

321        A31/SET ASIDE means:
           - During removal prevent damage to the stated components or materials, and
           clean off bedding and jointing materials.
           - Stack neatly, adequately protect and store until required by the Employer or
           for use in the Works as instructed.

331        A31/REPLACE means:

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           - Remove the stated existing components, features and finishes.
           - Provide and fit in lieu new components, features or finishes which, unless
           specified otherwise, must match those which have been removed.
           - Make good as necessary.

331         A31/RENEW means carefully remove existing work and replace:
            - With materials/products identical to those removed or equivalent
            substitutes of approved appearance.
            - Use methods similar to those used in constructing the removed work.
            - Refix or restick and redecorate..

341         A31/REPAIR means carry out local remedial work to components, features
            and finishes as found in the existing building. Resecure or refix as necessary
            and leave in a sound and neat condition. It does not include:
            - Replacement of components or parts of components.
            - Redecoration.

351         A31/MAKE GOOD means carry out local remedial work to components,
            features and finishes which have been disturbed by other, previous work
            under this Contract and leave in a sound and neat condition. It does not
            include:
            - Replacement of components or parts of components.
            - Redecoration.
            The meaning of the term shall not be limited by this definition where used in
            connection with the defects liability provisions of the Contract.

361         A31/EASE means make minor adjustments to moving parts of the stated
            component to achieve good fit in both open and closed positions and ensure
            free movement in relation to fixed surrounds. Make good as necessary.

371         A31/TO MATCH EXISTING means use products, materials and methods to
            match closely all visual characteristics and features of the existing work, with
            joints between existing and new work as inconspicuous as possible, all to
            approval of appearance.

383         EXTEND means continue in materials and fixings to match existing
            including flush joints to existing.

385         BUILD UP OPENING: Cut back existing finishes and build up opening in
            common bricks and mortar (1:1:6) for the full depth of the opening or
            thickness specified including cutting, toothing and bonding to existing
            masonry and prepare brickwork to receive finishes.

387         OVERHAUL DOOR means take off and set aside door, remove all
            ironmongery, piece in and repair frame and door as necessary. Rehang door,
            casing and adjusting and adapt to suit floor finish. Bring the whole forward
            for redecoration.

            DOCUMENTS PROVIDED ON BEHALF OF EMPLOYER

410         A31/ADDITIONAL COPIES OF DRAWINGS: Two copies of drawings
            (not counting any certified copy of the Contract Drawings) will be issued to
            the Contractor free of charge. Additional copies will be issued on request but
            will be charged to the Contractor.

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430        A31/ADDITIONAL COPIES OF SPECIFICATION: After execution of the
           Contract, two copies of the Specification will be issued to the Contractor in
           accordance with the Contract. Additional copies will be issued on request, if
           available, but will be charged to the Contractor.

441        A31/DIMENSIONS: The accuracy of dimensions scaled from the drawings
           is not guaranteed. In circumstances where dimensions cannot be verified on
           Site, obtain from the CA any dimensions required but not given in figures on
           the drawings nor calculable from figures on the drawings.

450        A31/THE MEASURED QUANTITIES: For purposes of ordering products
           and constructing the Works:
           - The accuracy and sufficiency of the measured quantities is not guaranteed.

           -    The drawings shall take precedence over the measured quantities.

460        A31/THE SPECIFICATION: All sections of the specification must be read
           in conjunction with Main Contract Preliminaries/ General conditions.

           DOCUMENTS      PROVIDED                        BY           CONTRACTOR/
           SUBCONTRACTORS

692        A31/AS BUILT DRAWINGS AND INFORMATION must be provided to

           the CA not less than one week prior to the anticipated date of Completion.

710        A31/TECHNICAL LITERATURE: The Contractor is to keep 2 copies of
           the following on site, readily accessible for reference by all supervisory
           personnel:
           - Manufacturers' current literature relating to all products to be used in the
           Works.
           - BSI Handbook No. 3, with all current revision sheets included and
           superseded sheets removed.
           - Relevant BS Codes of Practice.
           - Those parts of BS 8000 'Workmanship on building sites' which are invoked
           in the specification.

720        A31/MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS AND GUARANTEES:
           Retain copies delivered with components and equipment (failing which,
           obtain), register with manufacturer as necessary and hand over to CA on or
           before Practical Completion.

A32        MANAGEMENT OF THE WORKS

           GENERALLY

110        A32/SUPERVISION: Accept responsibility for co-ordination, supervision
           and administration of the Works, including all subcontracts. Arrange and
           monitor a programme with each subcontractor, supplier, local authority and
           statutory undertaker, and obtain and supply information as necessary for co-
           ordination of the work.




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120        A32/INSURANCES: Before starting work on site submit documentary
           evidence and/or policies and receipts for the insurance required by the
           Conditions of Contract.

130        A32/INSURANCE CLAIMS: If any event occurs which may give rise to any
           claim or proceeding in respect of loss or damage to the Works or injury or
           damage to persons or property arising out of the Works, forthwith give
           notice in writing to the Employer, the CA and the Insurers. Indemnify the
           Employer against any loss which may be caused by failure to give such
           notice.

150        A32/OWNERSHIP: Materials arising from the alteration work are to become
           the property of the Contractor except where otherwise stated. Remove from
           site as work proceeds.




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           PROGRAMME/PROGRESS

211        A32/PROGRAMME: As soon as possible and before starting work on site
           prepare in an approved form a master programme for the Works, which must
           make allowance for all:
           Design and production information provided by the Contractor/
           Subcontractors/Suppliers, including inspection and checking (see section
           A31).
           Planning and mobilisation by the Contractor
           Running in, adjustment, commissioning and testing of all engineering
           services and installations.
           Work resulting from instructions issued in regard to the expenditure of
           provisional sums (see section A54)
           One working week following Practical Completion which the Contractor
           shall be permitted shared access for the rectification of any works whose
           satisfactory completion has been scheduled as a condition on the issue of the
           Certificate of Practical Completion.
           Work by or on behalf of the Employer (see section A50)
           the nature and scope of which, the relationship with preceding and following
           work and any relevant limitations are suitably defined in the Contract
           Documents.
           Where and to the extent that the programme implications for work which is
           not so defined are impossible to assess the Contractor should exclude it from
           his programme and confirm this when submitting the programme.
            Submit 2 copies to the CA two weeks prior to the commencement of the
           Works.

230        A32/SUBMISSION of programmes will not relieve the Contractor of his
           responsibility to apply in writing for instructions, drawings, etc. in
           accordance with the Conditions of Contract.

240        A32/COMMENCEMENT OF WORK: Inform the CA at least 5 working
           days before the proposed date for commencement of work on site.

250        A32/MONITORING: Record progress on a copy of the programme kept on
           site. If any circumstances arise which may affect the progress of the Works
           put forward proposals or take other action as appropriate to minimise any
           delay and to recover any lost time.

261        A32/CA'S MEETINGS:
           - The CA may hold meetings to review progress, resolve queries and other
           matters arising from the administration of the Contract both on and off site.
           Meetings will normally be held fortnightly………….. Weekly……….. Basis
           - Ensure the availability of accommodation on Site when necessary at the
           time of such meetings.
           - Attend all meetings and inform subcontractors and suppliers when their
           presence is required.
           - The CA will chair the meetings and take and distribute minutes.

270        A32/CONTRACTOR'S SITE MEETINGS: Hold meetings with appropriate
           subcontractors and suppliers shortly before main site meetings to facilitate
           accurate reporting of progress.


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290        A32/NOTICE OF COMPLETION: Give CA at least 2 weeks notice of the

           anticipated dates of Practical Completion of the whole or parts of the Works.

300        A32/ADVERSE WEATHER: Use all reasonable and suitable building aids
           and methods to prevent or minimise delays during adverse weather
           conditions.
310        A32/EXTENSIONS OF TIME: When a notice of the cause of any delay or
           likely delay in the progress of the Works is given under Contract clause 2.3,
           written notice must also be given of all other causes which apply
           concurrently. The Contractor shall, as soon as possible, submit to the CA:
           - Relevant particulars of the expected effects, if appropriate related to the
           concurrent causes,
           - An estimate of the extent, if any, of the expected delay in the completion of
           the Works beyond the Date for Completion, and
           - All other relevant information required by the CA.

320        A32/DISTURBANCE OF REGULAR PROGRESS: Any application under
           Contract clause 4.11 in respect of direct loss and/or expense must be made as
           soon as practicable and with (or to be followed by) the requisite supporting
           information so as to afford the CA the opportunity to issue instructions
           designed (according to the circumstances) to minimise or avoid that loss
           and/or expense.

           CONTROL OF COSTS

410        A32/CASH FLOW FORECAST: As soon as possible and before starting
           work on site submit to the CA a forecast showing the gross valuation of the
           Works at the date of each Interim Certificate throughout the Contract period
           and based upon the programme for the Works.

420        A32/EXISTING WORK: The extent and location of renewal of existing
           work must be agreed, at least on a provisional basis, with the CA before the
           work is started. Remove existing work in ways which will reasonably
           minimise the amount of removal and renewal.

433        A32/PROPOSED INSTRUCTIONS: If the CA issues details of a proposed
           instruction or an Architects Instruction with a request for an estimate of cost,
           submit such an estimate without delay and in any case within 7 days. The
           estimate shall include:
           - A detailed breakdown of the cost including any allowance for direct loss
           and expense.
           - Details of any additional resources which may be required.
           - Details of any adjustments which may have to be made to the programme
           for the works.
           - Any other information as is reasonably necessary for the CA to fully assess
           the implications of issuing such an instruction.
           Inform the CA immediately if it is not possible to comply with any of the
           above requirements.

440        A32/MEASUREMENTS: Give reasonable notice to the Quantity Surveyor
           before covering up work which the Quantity Surveyor requires to be
           measured.


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450        A32/DAYWORK VOUCHERS: Give reasonable notice to the Quantity
           Surveyor of the commencement of any work for which daywork vouchers are
           to be submitted. Before being delivered each voucher must be:
           - Referenced to the instruction under which the work is authorised, and
           - Signed by the person in charge as evidence that the workmen's names, the
           time spent by each, the plant and materials shown are correct.
           - Completed and extended with the correct values entered against items of
           labour, materials and plant.

460        A32/INTERIM VALUATIONS: At least three working days before the end
           of each established Period for interim valuations submit to the Quantity
           Surveyor details of amounts due under the Contract together with all
           necessary supporting information.

471        UNFIXED MATERIALS: At the time of each valuation disclose to the
           Quantity Surveyor which of the unfixed materials and goods on site are free
           from, and which are subject to, any reservation of title inconsistent with
           passing of property as required by Clauses 1.10 and 1.11 of the Conditions
           of Contract, together with their respective values. When requested provide
           evidence of freedom from reservation of title.

480        A32/LABOUR AND PLANT RETURNS: At the beginning of each week
           provide for verification by the CA records showing, for each day of the
           previous week:
           - The number and description of craftsmen, labourers and other persons
           employed on or in connection with the Works, including those employed by
           subcontractors.
           - The number, type and capacity of all mechanical and power-operated plant
           employed on the Works.

490        AUDIT: The Contractor shall make available to the Employer or its auditors
           such documents or afford access to such information and/or officers and staff
           of the Contractor as the Employer shall find necessary to conduct any audit
           investigation into the Contract and pay all Contractor’s costs arising.

A33        QUALITY STANDARDS/CONTROL

           MATERIALS AND WORK GENERALLY

111        A33/GOOD PRACTICE: Where and to the extent that materials, products
           and workmanship are not fully detailed or specified they are to be:
           - Of a standard appropriate to the Works and suitable for the functions stated
           in or reasonably to be inferred from the project documents, and
           - In accordance with relevant good building practice.
           - To the satisfaction of the CA.




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120        A33/GENERAL QUALITY OF PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS:
           - Products to be new unless otherwise specified.
           - For products specified to a British or European Standard obtain certificates
           of compliance from manufacturers when requested by CA.
           - Where a choice of manufacturer or source of supply is allowed for any
           particular product, the whole quantity required to complete the work must be
           of the same type, manufacture and/or source unless otherwise approved.
           Produce written evidence of sources of supply when requested by CA.
           - Ensure that the whole quantity of each product required to complete the
           work is of consistent kind, size, quality and overall appearance.
           - Where consistency of appearance is desirable ensure consistency of supply
           from the same source. Unless otherwise approved do not use different colour
           batches where they can be seen together.
           - If products are prone to deterioration or have a limited shelf life, order in
           suitable quantities to a programme and use in appropriate sequence. Do not
           use if there are any signs of deterioration, setting or other unsatisfactory
           condition.

130        A33/PROPRIETARY PRODUCTS:
           - Handle, store, prepare and use or fix each product in accordance with its
           manufacturer's current printed or written recommendations/instructions.
           Inform CA if these conflict with any other specified requirement. Submit
           copies to CA when requested.
           - The tender will be deemed to be based on the products specified and
           recommendations on their use as described in the manufacturers' literature
           current at 1 September 1998
           - Obtain confirmation from manufacturers that the products specified and
           recommendations on their use have not been changed since that time. Where
           such change has occurred, inform CA and do not place orders for or use the
           affected products without further instructions.
           - Where British Board of Agrément certified products are used, comply with
           the limitations, recommendations and requirements of the relevant valid
           certificates.

140        A33/CHECKING COMPLIANCE OF PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS:
           Check all delivery tickets, labels, identification marks and, where
           appropriate, the products themselves to ensure that all products comply with
           the project documents. Where different types of any product are specified,
           check to ensure that the correct type is being used in each location. In
           particular, check that:
           - The sources, types, qualities, finishes and colours are correct, and match
           any approved samples.
           - All accessories and fixings which should be supplied with the goods have
           been supplied.
           - Sizes and dimensions are correct. Where tolerances of components are
           critical, measure a sufficient quantity to ensure compliance.
           - The delivered quantities are correct, to ensure that shortages do not cause
           delays in the work.
           - The products are clean, undamaged and otherwise in good condition.
           - Any products which have a limited shelf life are not out of date.




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150        A33/ PROTECTION OF PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS:
           - Prevent over-stressing, distortion and any other type of physical damage.

           - Keep clean and free from contamination. Prevent staining, chipping,
           scratching or other disfigurement, particularly of products exposed to view in
           the finished work.
           - Keep dry and in a suitably low humidity atmosphere to prevent premature
           setting, moisture movement and similar defects. Where appropriate store off
           the ground and allow free air movement around and between stored products.
           - Prevent excessively high or low temperatures and rapid changes of
           temperature in the products.
           - Protect adequately from rain, damp, frost, sun and other elements as
           appropriate. Ensure that products are at a suitable temperature and moisture
           content at time of use.
           - Ensure that sheds and covers are of ample size, in good weatherproof
           condition and well secured.
           - Keep different types and grades of products separately and adequately
           identified.
           - So far as possible keep products in their original wrappings, packings or
           containers, until immediately before they are used.
           - Wherever possible retain protective wrappings after fixing and until shortly
           before Practical Completion.
           - Ensure that protective measures are fully compatible with and not
           prejudicial to the products/materials.

160        A33/SUITABILITY OF RELATED WORK AND CONDITIONS: Ensure
           that all trades are provided with necessary details of related types of work.
           Before starting each new type or section of work, ensure that:
           - Previous, related work is appropriately complete, in accordance with the
           project documents, to a suitable standard and in a suitable condition to
           receive the new work.
           - All necessary preparatory work has been carried out, including provision
           for services, openings, supports, fixings, damp proofing, priming and sealing.
           - The environmental conditions are suitable, particularly that the building is
           suitably weather tight when internal components, services and finishes are
           installed.

170        A33/GENERAL QUALITY OF WORKMANSHIP:
           - Operatives must be appropriately skilled and experienced for the type and
           quality of work.
           - Take all necessary precautions to prevent damage to the work from frost,
           rain and other hazards.
           - Inspect components and products carefully before fixing or using and reject
           any which are defective.
           - Fix or lay securely, accurately and in alignment.
           - Where not specified otherwise, select fixing and jointing methods and
           types, sizes and spacing of fastenings in compliance with section Z20.
           Fastenings to comply with relevant British Standards.
           - Provide suitable, tight packing at screwed and bolted fixing points to take
           up tolerances and prevent distortion. Do not over-tighten fixings.
           - Adjust location and fixing of components and products so that joints which
           are to be finished with mortar or sealant or otherwise left open to view are
           even and regular.



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           - Ensure that all moving parts operate properly and freely. Do not cut, grind
           or plane prefinished components and products to remedy binding or poor fit
           without approval.




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180        A33/BS 8000: BASIC WORKMANSHIP:
           - Where compliance with BS 8000 is specified, this is only to the extent that
           the recommendations therein define the quality of the finished work.
           - Where BS 8000 gives recommendations on particular working methods or
           other matters which are properly within the province and responsibility of the
           Contractor, compliance therewith will be deemed to be a matter of general
           industry good practice and not a specific requirement of the CA under the
           Contract.
           - If there is any conflict or discrepancy between the recommendations of BS
           8000 on the one hand and the project documents on the other, the latter will
           prevail.

190        A33/WATER FOR THE WORKS: Clean and uncontaminated. If other than
           mains supply is proposed provide evidence of suitability. Test to BS 3148 if
           instructed.

           SAMPLES/APPROVALS

210        A33/APPROVAL OF PRODUCTS: Where approval of a product is
           specified the requirement for approval relates to a sample of the product and
           not to the product as used in the Works. Submit a sample or other evidence
           of suitability. Do not confirm orders or use the product until approval of the
           sample has been obtained. Retain approved sample in good, clean condition
           on site. Ensure that the product used in the Works matches the approved
           sample.

220        SAMPLES OF FINISHED WORK: Where a sample of finished work is
           specified for approval, the requirement for approval relates to the sample
           itself (if approval of the finished work as a whole is required this is specified
           separately). Obtain approval of the stated characteristic(s) of the sample
           before proceeding with the Works. Retain approved sample in good, clean
           condition on site. Ensure that the relevant characteristic(s) of the Works
           match the approved characteristic(s) of the sample. Remove samples which
           are not part of the finished Works when no longer required.

230        A33/APPROVALS: Where and to the extent that products or work are
           specified to be approved or the CA instructs or requires that they are to be
           approved, the same must be supplied and executed to comply with all other
           requirements and in respect of the stated or implied characteristics either:
           - To the express approval of the CA or
           - To match a sample expressly approved by the CA as a standard for the
           purpose.

240        A33/APPROVALS: Inspection or any other action by the CA must not be
           taken as approval of products or work unless the CA so confirms in writing
           in express terms referring to:
           - Date of inspection
           - Part of the work inspected
           - Respects or characteristics which are approved
           - Extent and purpose of the approval
           - Any associated conditions.


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           ACCURACY/SETTING OUT GENERALLY

321        A33/SETTING OUT: Check the levels and dimensions of the site against
           those shown on the drawings, and record the results on a copy of the
           drawings. Notify CA in writing of any discrepancies and obtain instructions
           before proceeding.

322        A33/SETTING OUT: Inform CA when overall setting out is complete and
           before commencing construction.

340        A33/APPEARANCE AND FIT:
           - Arrange the setting out, erection, juxtaposition of components and
           application of finishes (working within the practical limits of the design and
           the specification) to ensure that there is satisfactory fit at junctions, that there
           are no practically or visually unacceptable changes in plane, line or level and
           that the finished work has a true and regular appearance.
           - Wherever satisfactory accuracy, fit and/or appearance of the work are likely
           to be critical or difficult to achieve, obtain approval of proposals or of the
           appearance of the relevant aspects of the partially finished work as early as
           possible.
           - Without prejudice to the above and unless specified otherwise, tolerances
           will (where applicable) be not greater than those given in BS 5606, Tables 1
           and 2.

380        A33/RECORD DRAWINGS: Record details of all grid lines, setting-out
           stations, bench marks and profiles on the site setting-out drawing. Retain on
           site throughout the contract and hand to CA on Completion.

           SERVICES GENERALLY

410        A33/SERVICES REGULATIONS: Any work carried out to or which affects
           new or existing services must be in accordance with the Bye Laws or
           Regulations of the relevant Statutory Authority.

420        A33/SERVICE RUNS: Make adequate provision for services, including
           unobstructed routes and fixings. Wherever possible ducts, chases and holes
           are to be formed during construction rather than cut.

440        A33/MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SERVICES must have final tests
           and commissioning carried out so that they are in full working order at
           Practical Completion.

           SUPERVISION/INSPECTION/DEFECTIVE WORK

510        A33/SUPERVISION: In addition to the constant management and
           supervision of the works provided by the Contractor's person in charge, all
           significant types of work must be under the close control of competent trade
           supervisors to ensure maintenance of satisfactory quality and progress.

520        A33/PERSON-IN-CHARGE: Give maximum possible notice to CA before
           changing the person-in-charge or site agent.




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530        A33/ACCESS FOR CA: Provide at all reasonable times access to the Works
           and to other places of the Contractor or Subcontractors where work is being
           prepared for the Contract.

540        A33/OVERTIME WORKING: Whenever overtime is to be worked, give CA
           not less than 2 working days notice, specifying times, types and locations of
           work to be done. Concealed work executed during overtime for which notice
           has not been given may be required to be opened up for inspection and
           reinstated at the Contractor's expense.

550        A33/DEFECTS IN EXISTING CONSTRUCTION to be reported to CA

           without delay. Obtain instructions before proceeding with work which may:
           - Cover up or otherwise hinder access to the defective construction, or
           - Be rendered abortive by the carrying out of remedial work.

555        A33/ACCESS FOR INSPECTION: Give CA not less than two working days
           notice before removing scaffolding or other facilities for access.

560        A33/TIMING OF TESTS AND INSPECTIONS: Agree dates and times of
           tests and inspections with CA several days in advance, to enable the CA and
           other affected parties to be present. On the previous working day to each
           such test or inspection confirm that the work or sample in question will be
           ready or, if not ready, agree a new date and time.

565        A33/TEST CERTIFICATES: Submit a copy of each certificate to CA as
           soon as practicable and keep copies of all certificates on site.

570        A33/PROPOSALS           FOR      RECTIFICATION           OF     DEFECTIVE
           WORK/PRODUCTS:
           - As soon as possible after any part(s) of the work or any products are known
           to be not in accordance with the Contract, or appear that they may not be in
           accordance, submit proposals to CA for opening up, inspection, testing,
           making good, adjustment of the Contract Sum, or removal and re-execution.
           - Such proposals may be unacceptable to the CA, and he may issue contrary
           instructions.

580        A33/MEASURES TO ESTABLISH ACCEPTABILITY: Wherever
           inspection or testing shows that the work, materials or goods are not in
           accordance with the Contract and measures (e.g. testing, opening up,
           experimental making good) are taken to help in establishing whether or not
           the work is acceptable, such measures:
           - will be at the expense of the Contractor, and
           - will not be considered as grounds for extension of time.

590        A33/QUALITY CONTROL: Establish and maintain procedures to ensure
           that the Works, including the work of all subcontractors, comply with
           specified requirements. Maintain full records, keep copies on site for
           inspection by the CA, and submit copies of particular parts of the records on
           request. The records must include:
           - Identification of the element, item, batch or lot including location in the
           Works.


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           - The nature and dates of inspections by the Contractor or CA, tests and
           approvals.
           - The nature and extent of any nonconforming work found.
           - Details of any corrective action.




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           WORK AT OR AFTER COMPLETION

610        A33/GENERALLY:
           - Make good all damage consequent upon the work.
           - Remove all temporary markings, coverings and protective wrappings unless
           otherwise instructed.
           - Clean the works thoroughly inside and out including all accessible ducts
           and voids, remove all splashes, deposits, efflorescence, rubbish and surplus
           materials consequent upon the execution of the work.
           - Cleaning materials and methods to be as recommended by manufacturers of
           products being cleaned, and to be such that there is no damage or
           disfigurement to other materials or construction.
           - Obtain COSHH dated data sheets for all materials used for cleaning and
           ensure they are used only as recommended by their manufactures.
           - Touch up minor faults in newly painted/repainted work, carefully matching
           colour, and brushing out edges. Repaint badly marked areas back to suitable
           breaks or junctions.
           - Adjust, ease and lubricate moving parts of new work as necessary to ensure
           easy and efficient operation, including doors, windows, drawers,
           ironmongery, appliances, valves and controls.

640        A33/SECURITY AT COMPLETION: Leave the Works secure with all
           accesses locked. Account for and adequately label all keys and hand over to
           Employer with itemised schedule, retaining duplicate schedule signed by
           Employer as a receipt.

654        A33/MAKING GOOD DEFECTS: Make arrangements with the CA, the
           Employer and the Employer’s Agent and give reasonable notice of the
           precise dates for access to the various parts of the Works for purposes of
           making good defects and which works shall be timed to be carried out to
           minimise inconvenience of use of the whole property of which the Site forms
           part. Inform the CA when remedial works to the various parts of the Works
           are completed.

A34        SECURITY/SAFETY/PROTECTION

           GENERALLY

110        A34/THE PRE-TENDER HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN is integral with
           the project Preliminaries, including but not restricted to the sections set out
           below:
           - Nature of the project: Sections A10 and A13.
           - The existing environment: Section A12.
           - Existing drawings: Sections A11 and A12.
           - The design: Section A34.
           - Construction materials: Section A34.
           - Site-wide elements: Section A12.
           - Overlap with client's undertaking: Sections A34 and A36.
           - Site Rules: Sections A34 and A35.
           - Continuing liaison: Section A31.

114        A34/CONSTRUCTION HAZARDS arising from the design of the project
           include those identified in the Health and Safety Plan. Commonplace
           hazards should be controlled by good management and good site practice.

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117        A34/HEALTH HAZARDS arising from the specified construction materials
           include those identified in the Health and Safety Plan. Common place
           hazards which should be controlled by good management and good site
           practice.
120        A34/THE CONSTRUCTION PHASE HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN,
           developed from the Outline Construction Phase Health and Safety Plan (see
           section A30) must be submitted to the CA not less than 10 working days
           before the proposed date for start of construction work. Do not start
           construction work until the Employer has confirmed in writing that in his
           view the Construction Phase Health and Safety Plan includes the procedures
           and arrangements required by CDM Regulation 15(4).

125        A34/HSE APPROVED CODES OF PRACTICE: Comply with the
           following:
           - Management of health and safety at work.
           - Managing construction for health and safety.

130        A34/SECURITY: Adequately safeguard the site, the Works, products,
           materials, plant, and any existing buildings affected by the works from
           damage and theft. Take all reasonable precautions to prevent unauthorised
           access to the site, the Works and adjoining properly.

140        A34/STABILITY: Accept responsibility for the stability and structural
           integrity of the works during the Contract, and support as necessary. Prevent
           overloading: details of design loads may be obtained from CA.

170        A34/EMPLOYER'S REPRESENTATIVES SITE VISITS:
           Inform the CA in advance of all safety provisions and procedures (including
           those relating to materials which may be deleterious) which will require the
           compliance of the Employer or his representatives when visiting the site.
           Provide protective clothing and/or equipment for the Employer and his
           representatives as appropriate.

           PROTECT AGAINST THE FOLLOWING:

221        A34/NOISE: Fit all compressors, percussion tools and vehicles with
           effective silencers of a type recommended by their manufacturer.
           -    Do not use or permit employees to use radios or other audio equipment.


230        POLLUTION: Take all reasonable precautions to prevent pollution of the
           site, the Works and the general environment including streams and
           waterways. If pollution occurs inform the appropriate Authorities and the CA
           without delay and provide them with all relevant information.

240        NUISANCE:
            - Take all necessary precautions to prevent nuisance from smoke, dust,
           rubbish, vermin and other causes.
            - The whole of the Works shall be carried out in such a manner as to
           cause as little inconvenience as possible to adjacent owners and the public
           and the Contractor will be held responsible for any claims that may arise
           from the disregard of the this clause.


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            - All debris shall be kept well watered during the Works and during
           loading to prevent dust rising.




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245        EXPLOSIVES: Explosives shall not be used

250        A34/ASBESTOS BASED MATERIALS: Report immediately to the CA any
           suspected      asbestos     based     materials      discovered     during
           demolition/refurbishment work and not indicated in the Asbestos Survey (see
           Appendix E). Avoid disturbing such materials. Agree with the CA methods
           for safe removal or encapsulation.

260        A34/FIRE PREVENTION: Take all necessary precautions to prevent
           personal injury, death, and damage to the Works or other property from fire.
           Comply with Joint Code of Practice 'Fire Prevention on Construction Sites'
           published by the Building Employers Confederation and the Loss Prevention
           Council.
263        A34/FIRE PREVENTION: Smoking will not be permitted on the Site.

265        A34/BURNING ON SITE of materials arising from the work will not be
           permitted.

270        A34/WATER: Prevent damage from storm and surface water. (Items for
           keeping the site and excavations free of water are given elsewhere).

280        A34/MOISTURE: Prevent the work from becoming wet or damp where this
           may cause damage. Dry out the Works thoroughly. Control the drying out
           and humidity of the Works and the application of heat to prevent:
           - Blistering and failure of adhesion.
           - Damage due to trapped moisture.
           - Excessive movement.

285        A34/INFECTED TIMBER: Where instructed to remove timber affected by
           fungal/insect attack from the building, do so in a way which will minimise
           the risk of infecting other parts of the building.

290        A34/WASTE:
           - Remove rubbish, debris, surplus material and spoil regularly and keep the
           site and Works clean and tidy.
           - Remove all rubbish, dirt and residues from voids and cavities in the
           construction before closing in.
           - Ensure that non-hazardous material is disposed of at a tip approved by a
           Waste Regulation Authority.
           - Remove all surplus hazardous materials and their containers regularly for
           disposal off site in a safe and competent manner as approved by a Waste
           Regulation Authority and in accordance with relevant regulations.
           - Retain waste transfer documentation on site.

294        SALVAGED MATERIALS: The Contractor shall not be permitted to
           conduct the sale of any salvaged materials from Site.

320        MILLENNIUM COMPLIANCE: Certify that equipment containing
           computer chips complies with PD 2000-1: ‘A Definition of Year 2000
           conformity requirements’ published by BSI.




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           PROTECT THE FOLLOWING:

410        A34/WORK IN ALL SECTIONS: Adequately protect all types of work and
           all parts of the Works, including work carried out by others, throughout the
           Contract. Wherever work is of an especially vulnerable nature or is exposed
           to abnormal risks provide special protection to ensure that damage does not
           occur.

420        A34/EXISTING SERVICES:
           - Notify all service authorities and/or adjacent owners of the proposed works
           not less than one week before commencing site operations.
           - Before starting work check positions of existing mains/services. Where
           positions are not shown on drawings obtain relevant details from service
           authorities or other owners.
           - Observe service authority's recommendations for work adjacent to existing
           services.
           - Adequately protect, and prevent damage to all services. Do not interfere
           with their operation without consent of the service authorities or other
           owners.
           - If any damage to services results from the execution of the Works, notify
           CA and appropriate service authority without delay. Make arrangements for
           the work to be made good without delay to the satisfaction of the service
           authority or other owner as appropriate. Any measures taken by the CA to
           deal with an emergency will not affect the extent of the Contractor's liability.
           - Replace any marker tapes or protective covers disturbed during site
           operations to the service authority's recommendations.

430        A34/ROADS AND FOOTPATHS: Adequately maintain roads and footpaths
           within and adjacent to the site and keep clear of mud and debris. Any
           damage to roads and footpaths caused by site traffic or otherwise consequent
           upon the Works must be made good to the satisfaction of the Local Authority
           or other owner. Bear all costs arising.

450        A34/EXISTING FEATURES: Prevent damage to existing buildings, fences,
           gates, walls, roads, paved areas and other site features which are to remain in
           position during the execution of the Works.

460        EXISTING WORK: Prevent damage to existing property undergoing
           alteration or extension and make good to match existing any defects so
           caused. Remove existing work the minimum necessary and with care to
           reduce the amount of making good to a minimum.

465        A34/BUILDING INTERIORS: Protect building interiors exposed to weather
           during the course of alteration work with temporary enclosures of sufficient
           size to permit execution of the work and which will remain weathertight in
           severe weather.

481        ADJOINING PROPERTY: Prevent trespass of workpeople. Take all
           reasonable precautions to prevent damage to adjoining property. Obtain
           permission as necessary from the owners if requiring to erect scaffolding on
           or otherwise use adjoining property, and pay all charges. Remove and make
           good on completion or when directed. Bear the cost of repairing any damage
           arising from execution of the Works.

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490        A34/EXISTING STRUCTURES:
           - Provide and maintain during the execution of the Works all incidental
           shoring, strutting, needling and other supports as may be necessary to
           preserve the stability of existing structures on the site or adjoining, that may
           be endangered or affected by the Works.
           - Support existing structure as necessary during cutting of new openings or
           replacement of structural parts.
           - Do not remove supports until new work is strong enough to support the
           existing structure. Prevent overstressing of completed work when removing
           supports

A35        SPECIFIC LIMITATIONS ON METHOD/SEQUENCE/TIMING

110        A35/SCOPE: The limitations described in this section are supplementary to
           limitations described or implicit in information given in other sections or on
           the drawings.

140        A35/ACCESS TO THE SITE: See section A12.

150        USE OF THE SITE: See section A12.

155        A35/SCAFFOLDING: Ensure that standing scaffolding is erected early
           enough and/or dismantled late enough to suit the programmes of all
           subcontractors.
160        WORKING AREA. The Contractor shall be confined to those parts of the
           property strictly necessary of the execution of the Works

170        A35/USE OR DISPOSAL OF MATERIALS: Materials and plant for the
           Works shall be delivered directly either directly to the working area or the
           secure Contractor’s compound and shall not be stored in any other area or on
           adjacent footpaths or highways either permanently or awaiting removal.
           Materials awaiting incorporation must be stored on a protective membrane to
           minimise damage to paving and hardstandings.

190        A35/WORKING HOURS:
           Working hours shall be 8.00 am to 6.30pm weekdays. Sunday and Bank
           Holiday working shall not be permitted..

A36        FACILITIES/TEMPORARY WORK/SERVICES

110        A36/LOCATIONS: Inform CA of the intended siting of all spoil heaps,
           temporary works and services.

120        A36/MAINTAIN, alter, adapt and move temporary works and services as
           necessary. Remove when no longer required and make good.

           SITE ACCOMMODATION

210        A36/ROOM FOR MEETINGS: Provide suitable temporary accommodation
           for site meetings, adequately heated and lit, with table and chairs for 10
           people. The room may be part of the Contractor's own site offices.




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261        A36/SANITARY ACCOMMODATION: Provide and maintain in a clean
           condition sanitary accommodation for the Employer's representatives, either
           separate or shared with the Contractor's supervisory staff.

281        A36/EXISTING ACCOMMODATION: The existing property may be not
           used as temporary accommodation.

321        A36/TEMPORARY FENCE(S):
           Provide, maintain and adapt and subsequently remove temporary fencing,
           hoarding, screens, planked footways, guard rails, gantries and the like as may
           be necessary for protecting the public and others for the proper execution of
           the Works and for meeting the requirements of the Local or any other
           Authority.

336        PROTECTION OF SCAFFOLDING: Ensure that unauthorised access to
           necessary scaffolding is prevented at all times particularly outside working
           hours. Ensure that projections at ground floor level adjacent to any
           permanent or temporary access to the building are kept to a minimum and
           are adequately protected. In areas adjacent to or generally used by the
           public, the bottom two metre lengths shall be painted white and shall be

360        A36/NAME BOARD: Obtain approval for and provide a suitable temporary
           name board displaying:
           - Title of project.
           - Name of Employer.
           - Names of Consultants as follows:
           Contract Administrator: Ringley Chartered Surveyors
           Quantity Surveyor: Ringley Chartered Surveyors
           - If the Contractor wishes, names of Contractor and Subcontractors.

           SERVICES AND FACILITIES

410        A36/LIGHTING: During finishing work and inspection provide temporary
           lighting, the intensity and direction of which closely resembles that provided
           by the permanent installation.

421        A36/LIGHTING AND POWER: The electricity supply from the Employer's
           mains may be used for the Works by the Contractor. Take responsibility for
           operation and maintenance and arrange supervision by and indemnification
           of the appropriate subcontractors, and pay costs arising.
           The Contractor shall install, maintain and subsequently remove a check
           meter. The direct cost of the electricity consumed shall be calculated and
           paid to the Employer at Practical Completion..
           Point of supply: to be determined by the Contractor.

431        WATER for the Works.
           The Employer’s mains may be used for the Works (avoidable waste
           excepted).
           The Contractor shall provide the necessary temporary adaptations and
           connections, inform Statutory Undertaker and pay all costs arising.
           Conditions/restrictions: There shall be no effect on the building supply.




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442        A36/TELEPHONES: Provide as soon as practicable after the Date of
           Possession a joint temporary on site telephone for use by the Contractor,
           Subcontractors and those acting on behalf of the Employer. Make
           arrangements (e.g. an external bell) to ensure that incoming calls are
           answered reasonably promptly. Allow for the cost of a modest number of
           calls made by those acting on behalf of the Employer.

443        FACSIMILIE: Provide a suitable facsimilie machine as soon as practicable
           after the Date of Possession either with its own dedicated telephone line or
           connected to the telephone line (see A36:442) with automatic switching for
           use by the Contractor, Subcontractors and those acting on behalf of the
           Employer. Maintain the machine and provide an adequate supply of fax
           paper. Allow for the cost of a modest number of uses by those acting on
           behalf of the Employer.

461        A36/TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY: The permanent heating
           installation may be used for drying out the Works and controlling
           temperature and humidity levels, but:
           - The Employer does not undertake that it will be available.
           - The Contractor must take responsibility for operation, maintenance and
           remedial work, and arrange supervision by and indemnification of the
           appropriate Subcontractors, and pay costs arising.

490        A36/BENEFICIAL USE OF INSTALLED SYSTEMS: Unless specific
           permission is given by the employer and installer, the permanent supply,
           disposal, mechanical, electrical, communications, transport and access
           systems may not be used for any purpose other than running in, testing and
           commissioning. Where permission is given for any other use of a system
           before Practical Completion of the works it must be subject to a separate
           written agreement between the parties and in accordance with the
           recommended procedures given in NJCC Guidance Note 10.

500        A36/METER READINGS: Where charges for service supplies need to be
           apportioned ensure that meter readings are taken by relevant authority at
           possession and/or completion as appropriate. Ensure that copies of readings
           are supplied to interested parties.

530        PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: Provide and maintain for the sole use of those
           acting on behalf of the Employer in sizes to be specified:
              - ……..No Safety helmets

A37        OPERATION/MAINTENANCE OF THE FINISHED BUILDING

113        A37/THE HEALTH AND SAFETY FILE is an information source and
           guide for the Employer and end users providing an understanding of the
           building and its systems and enabling it to be operated and maintained safely.
           Provide the Planning Supervisor, with 2 copy/copies of the information
           required below not less than 4 weeks before Practical Completion.
           - Details of construction methods and materials which may present
           significant residual hazards with respect to cleaning, maintenance or
           demolition for all Contractor designed and performance specified work.


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           - A full description of each of the building services systems installed, written
           to ensure that the Employer's staff fully understand the scope and facilities
           provided.
           - Operating and maintenance instructions for all equipment and systems
           installed.
           Copies of manufacturers current technical literature and COSHH dated data

           sheets for all materials, plant and equipment selected by the Contractor.
           - General maintenance instructions for all items of Contractor designed or
           performance specified work.
           As-built drawings recording details of construction for all Contractor
           designed and performance specified work.

220        A37/TRAINING OF EMPLOYER'S STAFF: Before Practical Completion
           explain and demonstrate to the Employer's maintenance staff the purpose,
           function and operation of the installations including all items and procedures
           listed in the Building Manual. Include for not less than 7 operating days for
           this purpose.

230        SPARE PARTS: At least 4 weeks before Practical Completion submit to the
           CA a schedule of spare parts that the Contractor recommends should be
           obtained and kept in stock by the Employer for maintenance of the services
           installations. State against each item the manufacturer's current price,
           including packaging and delivery to site.

A4         CONTRACTOR'S GENERAL COST ITEMS

A40        CONTRACTOR'S GENERAL COST ITEMS: MANAGEMENT AND
           STAFF
110        MANAGEMENT AND STAFF

A41        CONTRACTOR'S             GENERAL          COST       ITEMS:        SITE
           ACCOMMODATION
           For details of site accommodation required or made/not made available by
           the Employer see section A36.

110        A41/SITE ACCOMMODATION
           XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
           XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
           XXXXXXXXXXXXXX

A42        CONTRACTOR'S GENERAL COST ITEMS: SERVICES AND
           FACILITIES
           For details of services and facilities required or made/not made available by
           the Employer see section A36.

110        A42/POWER

120        LIGHTING

130        A42/FUELS (excluding fuels for testing and commissioning)

140        A42/WATER

150        TELEPHONE AND ADMINISTRATION

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160        SAFETY, HEALTH AND WELFARE (see A34/170)

170        STORAGE OF MATERIALS (see A33/150)

180        RUBBISH DISPOSAL (see A34/290)

190        A42/CLEANING (see A33/610)

200        A42/DRYING OUT (see A34/280)

210        PROTECTION OF WORK IN ALL SECTIONS (see A34/410 et seq)

220        A42/SECURITY (see A34/130)

230        A42/MAINTAIN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ROADS (see A34/430)

240        A42/SMALL PLANT AND TOOLS

310        ADDITIONAL SERVICES AND FACILITIES ITEMS: Insert below further
           cost items as may be required, with fixed charges and time related charges as
           appropriate:

           XXXXXXXXXX
           XXXXXXXXXX

A43        CONTRACTOR'S GENERAL COST ITEMS: MECHANICAL PLANT

110        A43/CRANES

120        A43/HOISTS

130        PERSONNEL TRANSPORT

140        A43/TRANSPORTA43/

160        CONCRETE PLANT

250        A43/ADDITIONAL MECHANICAL PLANT ITEMS: Insert below further
           cost items as may be required, with fixed charges and time related charges as
           required:




A44        CONTRACTOR'S GENERAL COST ITEMS: TEMPORARY WORKS

           For details of temporary works required or made/not made available by the
           Employer see section A36.

110        A44/TEMPORARY ROADSA44/A44/

120        TEMPORARY WALKWAYS

130        ACCESS SCAFFOLDING

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140        SUPPORT SCAFFOLDING AND PROPPING

150        A44/HOARDINGS, FANS, FENCING, ETC.

160        HARDSTANDING

170        TRAFFIC REGULATIONS




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250        ADDITIONAL TEMPORARY WORKS ITEMS: Insert below further cost
           items as may be required, with fixed charges and time related charges as
           required:




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                   EXTERNAL WORKS

                   SCAFFOLD - MAIN BUILDING

        1          Provide scaffolding to all elevations to access all works. All
                   scaffolding lift to fully boarded provided with handrails and tow boards
                   and properly tied into the building. All scaffolding must comply with
                   statutory safety legislation in every respect and must be maintained,
                   throughout the duration of the works to ensure that it remains in a
                   proper and safe condition. Provide certificate once scaffolding has
                   been erected to the CA and a method statement for the process of
                   erection and striking of the scaffoldi on completion.

        2          Provide costs for alarming the scaffolding with a flashing lighting light
                   alarm for the duration of the works.

        3          NOTE:
                   The contractor is to provide an alternative cost for a telephone linked
                   alarm. £.

        4          Erecting prominent ground level position (danger men at work
                   overhead sign).

                   FRONT ELEVATION

                   MASONRY REPAIRS

                   BRICKWORK POINTING

        5          Rake out eroded pointing to underside of entrance walkway on both
                   sides to a depth of 20mm and re-point with mortar mix of cement
                   lined sand 113.

        6          Allow for carefully pulling back all shrubbery and alike to access all
                   brick faces.
                                                                   Approximately 8 sq.m.

                   DECORATIONS TO FRONT ELEVATION

                   MASONRY

        7          Thoroughly prepare all previously painted brickwork to façade.
                   Scrape off all loose and flaking paint. Remove all alkaline affected
                   areas back to brickwork and thoroughly clean. Prepare all areas
                   where painting surfaces have been scraped off ensuring that no loose
                   paint coats remain. Apply full coat of masonry stabiliser and allow for
                   inspection by Contract Administration for spot painting all bare areas.
                   Allow to dry before applying 2 full coats of smooth dulux masonry
                   paint to all brickwork.




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                   DECORATIVE FEATURES

        8          Cut out any loose or defective areas of pointing around cills, lintels,
                   parapets, etc, and repoint. Thoroughly prepare all surfaces by
                   scraping off all loose and flaking paint back to a firm edge. Apply 1
                   coat of masonry stabiliser. Allow to dry spot paint bear areas and
                   decorate all decorative features in a contrasting colour. Neatly cut
                   paint into all returns and contours ensuring straight exist between
                   brick facade and ornate features.

                   ROTTEN RENDERED PLINTH

        9          Remove all cut alkalide salts and thoroughly wash clean. Total area
                   of bottom plinth. Allow to dry and apply alkalide resisting primer to
                   masonry surfaces as necessary. Allow to dry and apply 2 full coats
                   of smooth masonry paint to total surface ensuring all paint is cut into
                   top edge brickwork and ensure that plinth is painted as close to
                   ground level as possible.

                   JOINERY

        10         Thoroughly prepare windows to total front elevation. Allow for making
                   good all areas of deteriorated woodwork. Scrape off all loose and
                   flaking paint back to a firm edge. Feather off by sanding all surfaces
                   and apply one full coat of dulux primer to all bare areas, allow to
                   thoroughly dry, fill all holes and new perfections such as mitre joint,
                   open timber frame and allow for hacking out 30% of cracked and
                   defective putties. Thoroughly re-base and apply appropriate primer
                   coat in accordance with ICI's recommendations; allow to dry and re-
                   putty using linseed oil putty to be as 544 for timber windows. Sand
                   down level with all adjoining surfaces: all made good areas. Apply a
                   second coat of primer to all made good areas overlapping the
                   previous coat. Bring forward and made good and primed areas and
                   apply spot painting using dulux undercoat. Allow to thoroughly dry
                   and apply one full coat of dulux undercoat and two full coats: gloss
                   finish to all windows in accordance with ICI's recommendations and
                   specifications.


        11         Allow for carefully removing all cracked or broken glazing: hack out
                   all putties; clean and prepare. Supply and install clear float glass to
                   soft wood timber frame using linseed oil putty; include for glazing
                   thickness; 3mm to 6mm. Provisional sum (defined) of £300.


                   WALKWAY WINDOWS AND CONCRETE CILLS

        12         Thoroughly prepare 2 windows. Check the windows are timber
                   defect. Remove any rot or defective parts. Supply and installing
                   leading cills etc; include for hacking off all loose and failed putties.
                   Thoroughly prepare, prime all bear areas for areas for making good,
                   make good and apply separate primer coat overlapping first coat.
                   Bring forward by stop-painting all affected areas before applying 2 full
                   undercoats and 2 full gloss coats.

        13         Cut out small areas of defective concrete cills, repoint and repair as
                   necessary. Prepare and decorate with 2 coats of smooth masonry
                   paint, concrete cill. Cut in paint neatly to all fragments.


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                   EXTERNAL DOORS

                   MAIN ENTRANCE DOOR

        14         Prepare door and door frame by scraping down and sanding down all
                   surfaces and apply filler to minor cracking and uneven surfaces using
                   2 pack base filler. Spot-prime bear areas or filled areas and apply 1
                   undercoat and 1 gloss finish. Allow for colour choice.


        15         Thoroughly prepare balcony doors, door frame and fanlight above.
                   Scrape off all loose and flaking paint, fill and make good holes and
                   open mitres using 2 pack resin filler. Allow to thoroughly dry, sand
                   down all fillers and stop-paint all bare areas and filled areas. Allow
                   for 10% of all putties to be removed and apply 1 full coat and 2 full
                   gloss coats. 4.

                   BALCONY RAILINGS

        16         Thoroughly prepare existing railings by scraping back all areas of
                   damaged and defective paint codes, wire brush corroded areas and
                   clean leaving a clean metal surface; rub down with a hard abrasive
                   paper and dust off. Spot prime all previously cleaned areas of metal
                   railing using metal primer zinc phosphate and allow to thoroughly
                   harden before bringing forward primed areas with 1 full coat of dulux
                   trade undercoat; once thoroughly dry apply full coat of undercoat to
                   total area of rain and 1 full gloss finish. All in accordance with ICI's
                   recommendations and specification.


        17         Thoroughly clean all outlets and remove all blockages or debris.
                   Sweep clean all areas to 4 balconies.

                   RAINWATER GOODS

        18         Overhaul as necessary all existing cast iron downpipe gutter to front
                   elevation of main roof; check and make good all joints seal, bracket;
                   allow for testing all gutters and downpipes on completion including
                   removal of all cills and organic matter.

                   EXTERNAL MAIN ENTRANCE DOOR

        19         Prepare previously painted front door doorframe and glazing
                   surrounds; bring forward and decorate external side only. Allow for
                   the removal of all door furniture and replacing on completion; include
                   cutting in around hinges, locks and glazing neatly ensuring these
                   remain free of any paint; remove all old existing paint from door
                   finishes if existing. Remove all defective paint coatings, degrease,
                   make good, spot prime bear areas and apply 1 full coat of undercoat
                   and 1 full gloss coat. Ensure that the door remains open and is
                   allowed to dry.




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                   DECORATE GUTTERS AND DOWNPIPES

        20         Thoroughly wash down all cast iron gutters and downpipes, scrape
                   off all loose flaking paint and spot prime using metal primer. Allow to
                   dry and apply 1 full undercoat and 1 full gloss coat for gutters and
                   downpipe: front elevation. Allow for colour choice.


                   REAR ELEVATION

                   MASONRY REPAIRS

        21         Rake out defective pointing and cracking to ground floor rear window
                   on left hand side, above lintel and below concrete cill. Allow for
                   cutting out and removing 4 bricks and replacing with new automatic
                   existing. Pointing to be raked out: depth of 20mm depth; re-point to
                   match existing cement line, sand, mortar, to a neat with a strut profile.
                   Approximate area: 1 sq.m.

        22         Carefully remove 1 course of brickwork below 2 windows where cill
                   missing. Thoroughly prepare brickwork and casting 2 concrete cills
                   to match existing cills elsewhere in the building. Ground floor level
                   flat 1 basement: allow for repointing all disturbed areas and decorate
                   on completion.

        23         Carefully chop out brickwork around redundant flue: tooth back to
                   uniform area. Thoroughly clean and repair. Supply and build in new
                   brickwork. Flush with existing brickwork and point to match existing;
                   include for pointing all disturbed adjacent areas. Allow for
                   approximately 1 sq.m.

        24         Thoroughly clean all brickwork to right hand side of rear door or left
                   elevation of building where water stained. Rake out all defective
                   pointing to brickwork to 20mm depth; repoint to match existing in
                   cement lime sand mortar to a neat weather strut profile. Allow for
                   approximate area of 1.5m.

        25         Cut out and repair broken cill edges, corners and the like; allow for re-
                   casting up to 10. Locations to be confirmed by CA. Where cills are
                   cracked allow for local grinding cracks to a depth of 20mm and fill
                   using sand cement mortar. Allow for pointing around seals and leave
                   ready for decoration. All rear and side elevations.


                   DECORATIONS TO MASONRY

                   PAINTED BRICKWORK

        26         Decorate all previously painted brickwork in various locations.
                   Include in window reveals and below windows at basement level.

        27         Thoroughly scrape off and wire brush all paint surfaces to previously
                   painted concrete seals. Ensure that all previous repairs remain
                   sound. Allow for minor filling to uneven surfaces to form straight lines
                   and remove any ponding. Thoroughly prepare and apply 1 full coat of
                   major re-stabiliser and 2 full coats of exterior weather shield masonry
                   smooth paint to total surfaces, ensuring to cut the paintwork neatly
                   into brickwork: 81.


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                   DECORATION TO EXTERNAL JOINERY

        28         Thoroughly prepare all previously painted timber sash and casement
                   windows to rear and side elevations by scraping off all loose and
                   flaking paint and sand down all other painted surfaces. Thoroughly
                   brush down and remove all dust and flaking and spot-prime all bare
                   areas. Allow for cutting out minor areas of woodwork where rot and
                   repair with window care system. Allow for priming all made good
                   areas of woodwork. Allow to thoroughly dry and spot-paint all
                   previously primed areas with exterior areas with exterior undercoat.
                   Allow to thoroughly dry and apply 1 full undercoat and 2 full gloss
                   coats. 81 windows.

                   DOORS

        29         Thoroughly prepare 2 doors to right hand side elevation. Scrape off
                   all loose and flaking paint to doors and door frames to right hand side
                   elevation. Sand down all surfaces to smooth flat finish. Apply 1 full
                   primer coat for filling and making good. Fill spot-prime all made good
                   areas and apply 2 full coats and 2 full gloss coats.


        30         Scrape off all loose and flaking varnish coats back to a sound surface
                   and sand down surface to a smooth finish. Thoroughly dust down
                   and prepare fill, using brown putties or exterior colour filler and apply
                   3 full coats of sadlin classic PX 65 reservation wood putty to door and
                   frame. 2 doors.

        31         Thoroughly prepare window previously not painted to right hand side
                   elevation to basement floor flat. Apply 1 full primer coat, 2
                   undercoats and 2 gloss coats.

                   LEAN-TO

        32         Thoroughly prepare all previously painted woodwork to lintel including
                   door frame and window and all frames. Thoroughly wash down all
                   timber surfaces to remove all grease and dirt. Allow for spot-priming
                   all bare areas and sanding down all painted surfaces. Apply 1 full
                   undercoat and 1 full gloss to all previously painted woodwork
                   ensuring to cut neatly around glazing and leave glazing totally free of
                   any paint.

        33         Allow for the removal of pigeon netting on left hand side elevation top
                   floor, and replacing on completion one window only.

        34         Allow for the removal all pigeon spikes where existing and apply and
                   fitting new on completion.

                   RAINWATER GOODS

        35         Overhaul and thoroughly clean all gutters and downpipes. Remove
                   all seals and organic matter. Check and make good all joints, seals,
                   and brackets; allow for testing of gutters and downpipe surfaces and
                   apply 1 full undercoat and 1 full gloss to rear and side elevations.




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