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					TRNAVA PARK SHOPPING CENTRE
PART II - PARTICULAR CONDITIONS - ADDENDUM 5
GENERAL CONDITIONS / PRELIMINARIES
1.0 DEFINITIONS & INTERPRETATION
The „Contract‟ shall mean the Contract, including all documents, as stated by the Project Manager
prior to signature of the main Contract, concluded between the Employer & the Contractor.


„The Employer‟s Representative‟ referred to in the Contract shall mean the Project Manager.


„Design Team‟ means the Employers Representative (Project Manager) and the Lead Consultant.


„Tenderer‟ means the company engaged in preparing a tender for this Contract.
„Main Contractor‟ means the Contractor who shall be employed by the Employer for the execution of
the whole of the works as defined in the Specifications, Drawings and Scope of Works.


„Sub-Contractor‟ means any Sub Contractor who shall become employed by the Contractor for the
execution of Sub Contract works as defined in the specification and Scope of Works.


„Agreed‟, „Directed‟, „Selected‟ or „Required‟ means agreed, directed, selected or required by the
Employer‟s Representative.
„Necessary‟ means that the work referred to shall be carried out as specified and by a method
consistent with good practice.
„Comments / Inspection‟ or „Approval‟ refers to the general aesthetic and overall functional matters
only, and not to the detailed design, construction and performance of components, which shall
remain the complete and sole responsibility of the Main Contractor.
„Specification‟ means the Specification prepared by the Consultants, which together with the
drawings defines the performance requirements of the design.
„Approved‟ means to the approval and agreement of the Project Manager, or relevant Consultant.
See also item I above
„Provisional or Prime Cost (PC) Sums are to be expended as discussed by the Project Manager. The
Contractor is to allow under this Preliminaries section for all costs in connection with these
provisions.
„Drawings‟ means drawings issued by the Consultants for the works throughout the Main Contract
period, which illustrate only the design intent. These define the nature and scope of works and show
the basic functional and technical requirements. „Main Contractors Drawings‟ means drawings
prepared by the Main Contractor (or his own Sub-Contractor(s)), which show in detail a solution to
the Consultants‟ Drawings whilst maintaining the functional, visual, architectural and technical
requirements stated in the Specifications, required to execute and complete the Works.


„Works (Shop) Drawings‟ means drawings prepared by the Main Contractor (or his own Sub-
Contractor(s)) showing all plans, elevations, sections and full size details of fabrication, assembly,
installation and fixings. Full size details shall show and describe materials, components and
equipment, construction, finishes, provision for movements, fabrication and erection tolerances.


„Main Contractor‟s Supplemental Information‟ means information produced by the Main Contractor
demonstrating that his bid proposals are in full compliance with the specifications and visual
requirements of the bid document.
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„Inspection‟ means that unless otherwise specified inspections by the Project Manager or his
Consultants of materials, components and equipment and the design concept of the works shown
on the Main Contractor‟s (or his own Sub-Contractor(s)) Drawings, Works (shop) drawings and Main
Contractor Specification shall be limited to an inspection of the visual appearance of the work only
and not to the selection of materials or the detailed design or construction of components and
equipment which shall remain the sole responsibility of the Main Contractor, and such inspections by
Architect shall not relieve the Main Contractor from compliance with the Drawings and
Specifications.

1.1 IN WRITING
When required to notify, inform, instruct, agree, confirm, obtain information, obtain acceptance, or
obtain instructions, this must be in writing.
1.2 PRODUCTS
Products means materials (including naturally occurring materials) and goods (including
components, equipment and accessories) intended for permanent incorporation in the Works and
are deemed to be fit for purpose.
1.3 CROSS REFERENCES TO THE DOCUMENTATION
Where a numerical cross-reference to a specification clause is given on drawings or in other
documents, the Main Contractor must verify its accuracy by checking the remainder of the item
description against the terminology used in the referred to section or clause.
Where a numerical cross-reference is not given the relevant section(s) and clause(s) of the
Specification will apply, cross-reference there to being by name or related terminology.
Where a cross-reference for a particular type of work, feature, material or product is given relevant
clause(s) elsewhere in the referred to Specification section dealing with general matters, ancillary
products and workmanship also apply.
The Main Contractor must, before proceeding, obtain clarification or instructions in relation to any
discrepancy or ambiguity which he may discover in the Contract, Contract drawings, Pricing
Document, Specifications and other documents issued for the purposes of the execution of the
contract works.

1.4 EQUIVALENT PRODUCTS
Where the Specification permits substitution of a product of different manufacture to that specified
and such substitution is desired, before ordering the product the Main Contractor must notify the
Project Manager and submit for acceptance documentary evidence that the alternative product is
equivalent in respect of materials, safety, reliability, fitness for purpose, compatibility with adjacent
construction, availability of compatible accessories and where relevant appearance. Submit certified
English translations of any language documents.


1.5 SLOVAKIAN STANDARD PRODUCTS
Where any products is specified to comply with a Slovakian Standard for which there are no
Slovakian products available at a standard approved by the Project Manager 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 Slovakia, as long as the
substituted product receives ans Attest Certificate from the Slovakian Standards Authority,
specifying equipment requirements and assurances in respect of material, safety, reliability, fitness
for purpose, compatibility with adjacent construction, availability of compatible accessories and
where relevant, appearance, if agreed by the Project Manager. In advance of ordering notify of the
Project Manager all such substitutions and submit for acceptance documentary evidence confirming
that the products comply with the specified requirements. Any submitted foreign language
documents must be accompanied by certified translations into English.


1.6 MANUFACTURER AND REFERENCE
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Where used in this combination: the ”Manufacturer” means the firm under whose name the
particular product is marketed and the “Reference” means the proprietary brand name and / or
reference by which the particular product is identified, which shall be those current at time of
construction and means the particular products as specified in the manufacturer‟s technical literature
current at that time.

1.7 SIZES
Unless otherwise stated products are specified by their co-ordinating sizes. Cross section
dimensions of timber shown on drawings are nominal sizes before any required planning.
1.8 FIX ONLY
Fix only means all labours in unloading, handling, storing and fixing in position, including use of all
plant.
1.9 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.
2.0 PROJECT PARTICULARS / GENERAL CONDITIONS
2.1 GENERALLY
This is a Two Stage Tender and Fixed Price Lump Sum Tenders are invited from selected Main
Contractors for the First Stage Tender for the works based on the Pricing Documents, Specific
Requirements, Specifications and Tender Drawings.
The Main Contractor shall be deemed to have allowed against each item or in his rates for the cost
of complying with all the requirements of these Preliminaries. All the items in the Preliminaries shall
apply to the whole of the Works. The headings of the clauses in the tender documents shall not
affect the interpretation thereof.

The Main Contractor shall provide with his Stage 1 tender this tender document completed signed,
priced and extended in every respect together with detailed breakdown of his pricing of the tender
document. Failure to do so may result in the Main Contractors tender being rejected.


2.2 TENDER PRICING INSTRUCTIONS / CONDITIONS
The Main Contractor shall examine all of the Enquiry Documents and shall inspect the site and its
surrounding and shall be deemed to have made himself thoroughly acquainted with the scope and
conditions under which he will work. No claims for additional payment on the grounds of lack of
knowledge will be entertained after tenders have been accepted

The Main Contractor shall check and satisfy himself as to the accuracy of all items included within
the Tender Pricing Schedules and shall in any event be fully responsible for ascertaining the actual
quantities required for this Main Contract work in accordance with drawings, specifications and other
enquiry documents.

The Main Contractor will check the unit items allowed within the Pricing Document, and will make
the necessary additions and / or changes, and list them separately for each section of the Pricing
Document.
He will therefore be bound by the unit rates agreed between him and the employer (or his
representative). The unit items, quantities and unit rates will form part of the contract, and will be
used for valuation purposes and for assessing the value of variations to the contract.


The Main Contractor is to show here the percentage he requires to be added to the net cost
(including labour, material, plant, etc.) for his head-office overheads and profit margin and
preliminaries, and will be used to assess the value of future variations to the Contract.
……………….% (to be completed by the Tenderer)
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The detailed composition of the items in the Tender Pricing Document is the responsibility of the
Main Contractor and his attention in this respect is directed to the requirements of the Specifications,
Pricing Document and Contract Conditions.
The Main Contractor shall execute the works in accordance with the Project Manager‟s
requirements, including any out of sequence working, working outside of normal hours, breaks in
continuity and making due allowance for any phasing of the works and all measures necessary to
accelerate the works due to delay in his works (unless an Extension of Time is granted under the
Conditions of Contract).

The Main Contractor will be required, to work in co-operation with his other Sub-Contractors and he
is to allow in his tender for this requirement.
The Main Contractor shall have uninterrupted access to any part or parts of the Project and shall
recognize and make due allowance for the freedom of and shall not unreasonably impede any Sub-
Contractor the Employer‟s wishes to employ on the works, within the project works / maintenance
period in carrying out work in or around the project, and for sharing work areas as necessary and
appropriate. Continuity of working is not guaranteed by the Project Manager. The Project Manager
may issue such instructions as he considers necessary for the Works including but without limitation
alteration of the sequence of the Works given in the said programme. Any subsequent effects upon
the time required to execute the works or cost of the works will be deemed to be allowed for in this
Contract.

Rates shall include for all labours, incidental labours, materials, fixing, plant and transportation
necessary to complete the works as shown on the drawings and specified elsewhere in the Enquiry
Documents whether or not expressly stated. No claim for additional payment will be entertained on
the grounds of defective description or item omission where such works are described, shown or
implied in the Drawings, Specification or other Enquiry Document. Separate prices are to be given
for all items. Where no figure is shown against an item, monies for this work shall be deemed to be
included with other prices.


Where „Provisional Allowances‟ are included in the Pricing Document, these are to be expended
wholly or in part only as directed by the Project Manager and no work is to be carried out under such
items without written instruction to do so. The Main Contractor shall include within his tender all
preliminary costs for the execution of these „Provisional Allowances‟.


Notwithstanding the adjustment of items marked “PROVISIONAL” no variations will be adjusted in
the final account or allowance in interim valuations unless specifically instructed in writing by the
issue of a Project Managers Instruction (PMI)Change Order. Comments upon Main Contractor‟s own
detailed drawings will not constitute a variation.Jan, we need to discuss post contract changes


Allow for any fees or expenses incurred in the measurement of variation by reason of instructions
which may occur and the agreement of interim certificates and the final account.


2.3 RESTRICTIONS ON VARIATIONS TO MAIN CONTRACTOR'S WORK
The Main Contractor shall not undertake any variation otherwise than in compliance with a written
instruction from the Project Manager under the issue of a Project Managers Instruction (PMI). If the
Main Contractor undertakes works, which he considers to be a variation without the prior agreement
of the Project Manager, then he will be deemed to have done so without any entitlement to
adjustment of the Main Contract sum or the Main Contract period or periods.


2.4 THE PROJECT
Name: Trnava Park Shopping Centre
Nature: Retail Mall
Location: Zavarskeho, Trnava
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Land Parcels: 10080/24, 25, 33, 52, 55, 56 & 110
2.5 THE PROJECT TEAM
Employer
Property Development a.s, Laurinska 3, Bratislava 811 01
Project and Cost Manager
Gardiner & Theobald spol sro, Zelena 10, Bratislava 811 01
Concept Architects
Jestico & Whiles, Zubateho 470/11 Prague 150 00
Nominated Project Architects
GFI, a.s Trnavska 67, Bratislava 821 01
Health & Safety Executive
TBA
Technicky Dozor
TBA
2.6 CONTRACTOR’S DESIGN
The Contractor shall be required to complete and take full responsibility for the completion of the
Contract Design Works. The Contractor shall be required to employ the Nominated Project Architect -
GFI - who on completion of the Employer's tender design, shall be novated to the contractor to
complete the detailed design
Allow the Provisional Sum of SKK15,000,000 for the Contract Design Works

The Contractor is to include here for any other co-ordination and management costs associated with
the employment of GFI (excluding shop drawings - refer clause 9.1)
3. DRAWINGS
3.1 TENDER DRAWINGS
The Drawings upon which this Tender Package is based, will be listed in the Pricing Document, and
a CD-ROM including these drawings will be issued with the Tender Documentation.


3.2 CONTRACT DRAWINGS
The Contract Drawings be Building Permit Drawings along with the Second Stage Tender Drawings
together with the drawings (as agreed) submitted by the Main Contractor as part of his tender
submission and any other agreed drawings subsequently prepared by the Main Contractor prior to
the signing of the Main Contract.

3.3 INSPECTION OF DOCUMENTS
The Main Contractor shall be deemed to have carefully examined all the drawings referred to in
tender documents, including those available for inspection and to have ascertained from them, the
full extent and character of the work and, in so far as this may be reasonably inferred from the
tender documents what restrictions are imposed upon his freedom of choice to carry out the Main
Contract Works in the order that any by such methods as he would otherwise consider to be the
most appropriate.

4 SITE
4.1 SITE LOCATION
The site is located in the 'Old Zavarskeho' area of Trnava and is bordered by the I51 highway and
the Trnava - Trencin railway line
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4.2 SITE ACCESS
The Contractor should refer to the site layout drawings to determine site access arrangements .


4.3 EXISTING MAINS / SERVICES
Before commencing the works, the Main Contractor must examine all areas on or over the site and
be aware of and protect where necessary all existing drainage, water, gas, electric and other mains,
public foul sewers crossing the site and make all relevant searches with local / Public / Statutory
Authorities to ascertain the location of these services, remove all redundant services, identity and
disconnect and make safe all live services. The Main Contractor should take particular note of the
existence of any enablement works. If following commencement of the works, any existing service is
damaged by him (or his Sub-Contractors), then reinstatement will be carried out by him at his own
expense, including any consequential losses, which may occur.


The Main Contractor is to protect, uphold and maintain public and private water, gas, electric power,
drains sewers, including obtaining all necessary notices and permits.
4.4 RIGHTS OF WAY FOR FIRE ESCAPE / ACCESS ROUTES
The Main Contractor is to ensure that no obstruction is caused by vehicles, plant or workers which
may inconvenience or endanger the safety of adjoining owners or the public and shall comply with
the requirements of the Police and Local Authority in this connection.
4.5 WAYLEAVES AND PERMISSIONS
The Main Contractor shall obtain the necessary wayleaves or licences required by the project in
connection with the works, including those relating to rights of air or other potential interference with
the rights of adjoining, adjacent or local users or residents who are affected by the Works. The Main
Contractor undertakes to indemnify the Employer against all actions, claims or damages which may
arise in the terms of such wayleaves or licences and shall be responsible for obtaining any
additional wayleaves or licences that may be required for his works.


4.6 SITE INVESTIGATION
A site soil investigation has been carried out by Terratest, a copy of which is included in the Tender
Documents.
The Main Contractor is deemed to carry out his own site investigations (with the permission of the
Project Manager), as no claim will be allowed in respect of inaccurate information within either of the
above surveys.
4.7 NAME BOARDS
The Main Contractor is to provide, maintain and clear away on completion, 2 no name boards, as
below (s )how many/size locations, displaying the title of the Contract, names of the Employer, the
Consultants, the Main Contractor and his major Sub-Contractors. The size (approximately 3.0 m x
1.5 m) and construction of the name boards to be agreed with the Project Manager. Any standard
name boards from the Employer or his Consultants are to be incorporated into the Main Name
Boards.:

1. Legal requirement (standard size)
2. Marketing (6.0m x 3.0m)
3. Consultants (6.0m x 3.0m)
5 DESCRIPTION OF WORKS
The project consists of The Trnava Park Shopping Centre with supermarket, food court and 132
retail outlets with a gross floor area of approximately 55,500 square metres. The project will include
the detailed design, procurement and construction of the shopping centre itself, access roads,
landscaping and connections to existing utilities and highways including all necessary incidental
works
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6 MAIN CONTRACT
The Main Design & Build Lump Sum Price Contract clause headings of the Conditions of Contract
are given here, the Main Contractor is to allow for complying with all clauses, including later
amendments.
6.1 PART 1 – GENERAL CONDITIONS
1. THE CONTRACT
2. THE EMPLOYER
3. THE EMPLOYER‟S REPRESENTATIVE
4. THE CONTRACTOR
5. DESIGN
6. STAFF AND LABOUR
7. PLANT, MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP
8. COMMENCEMENT, DELAYS AND SUPERVISION
9. TESTS ON COMPLETION
10. EMPLOYER‟S TAKING OVER
11. TESTS AFTER COMPLETION
12. DEFECT LIABILITY
13. CONTRACT PRICE AND PAYMENT
14. VARIATIONS
15. DEFAULT OF CONTRACTOR
16. DEFAULT OF EMPLOYER
17. RISK AND RESPONSIBILITY
18. INSURANCE
19. FORCE MAJEURE
20. CLAIMS, DISPUTES AND ARBITRATION
6.2 PART 2 – PARTICULAR CONDITIONS
1. THE CONTRACT
4. THE CONTRACTOR
5. DESIGN
6. STAFF AND LABOUR
7. PLANT, MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP
8. COMMENCEMENT, DELAYS AND SUPERVISION
9. TESTS ON COMPLETION
10. EMPLOYER‟S TAKING OVER
11. TESTS AFTER COMPLETION
12. DEFECT LIABILITY
13. CONTRACT PRICE AND PAYMENT
14. VARIATIONS
16. DEFAULT OF EMPLOYER
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17. RISK AND RESPONSIBILITY
18. INSURANCE
19. FORCE MAJEURE
20. CLAIMS, DISPUTES AND ARBITRATION
21. PARENT COMPANY GUARANTEE
22. COLLATERAL WARRANTY
23. ADDENDA 1 to 21

MAIN CONTRACTORS PERFORMANCE BOND
The Main Contractor will provide a Performance Bond, in accordance with the wording of the
Specimen Bond form (attached), for 10 per cent of the value of the Main Contract works Sum from a
Bank approved by the Project Manager
PARENT COMPANY GUARANTEE
If the Parent Company is an overseas company a legal opinion and relevant guarantee will be
required.
JOINT VENTURE
If the Main Contractor proposes to enter into a Joint Venture (JV) with another company to carry out
the works, full details of this company are to be submitted to the Project Manger for approval before
he proceeds in this JV.
6.4 WARRANTIES AND COLLATERAL WARRANTIES
The Main Contractor shall when requested by the Employer execute a Deed of Warranty and / or
Collateral Warranties in accordance with the Contract, in favour of the Employer and / or any
purchaser and / or tenant, and / or moorage of the completed works, or part thereof.


The Contractor's warranties and Collateral Warranties shall cover both materials and workmanship
and shall be for the following periods of time after the issuance of a Hand Over Certificate:


(i) 120 months for all structural works, roofing and facades

(ii) 60 months for all services installations and floor and wall tiling and suspended ceilings

(iii) any other item for the periods as defined in the specifications


6.5 ACCEPTANCE OF TENDER
The Employer and his representatives offer no guarantee that the lowest or any tender will be
recommended for acceptance and shall not be responsible for any cost incurred in the preparation
of any tender.
6.6 PERIOD OF VALIDITY
Tenders must remain open for consideration (unless previously withdrawn) for not less than SIX (6)
months ??? Phase 1 from the date fixed for the submission of tenders. Information on the date for
possession / commencement is given iIn these documents.
6.7 CONTRACTS FOR SUPPLY OF MATERIALS
Ensure that all contracts for the supply of or supply and fixing of materials or goods provide for the
property in such materials or goods upon delivery to site to pass unconditionally to the Main
Contractor.
6.8 PRICING OF PRICING DOCUMENT
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The Main Contractor shall be deemed to have allowed against each item or in his rates for the cost
of complying with all the requirements to these Preliminaries.
In the event of anything described in this Schedule or other relevant documents, or shown on the
Drawings or in respect of any specified item and its performance, being in the opinion of the Main
Contractor inconsistent with his guarantee and responsibilities under the Main Contract documents,
he shall draw the attention to such matters at the time of tendering or, in the case of matters arising
out of documents or instructions issued after the time of tendering, immediately on receipt of such
documents or instructions.

Where and to the extent that items of work are not included in the Pricing Document, tenderers 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.


Alterations and qualifications to the Pricing Document descriptions must not be made without the
written consent of the Project Manager Tenders containing unauthorised alterations or qualifications
may be rejected. Cost relating to items in the Pricing Document which are not priced will be deemed
to have been included elsewhere in the Tender.


The Main Contractor should submit with his tender two fully priced copies (one hard copy and one
electronic copy) of the Pricing Document and Preliminaries (detailed breakdown into Time Related
and Fixed costs) scheduled out to agree with the tender sum.
7 SUBMISSION OF OTHER DOCUMENTS
7.1 TENDER STAGE PROGRAMME
Works Main Contract documents shall be agreed with the Project Manager prior to appointment of
the Main Contractor and shall be based upon the Tender Programme.
The Main Contractor is required to submit with his tender a detailed bar chart programme with the
critical path indicated to demonstrate his understanding of the Works.
This programme must clearly identify all the key interfaces and key dates (including the start and
finish of every major construction activity) and with the Critical Path bars identified.


7.2 INFORMATION REQUIRED SCHEDULE
The Main Contractor is to submit with his tender, an Information Required Schedule, itemising
iteming the Contractor‟s total information requirements to complete the project, and the date by
which he required each item. This will form the basis of the Contract Information Release Schedule,
to be agreed with the Project Manager, prior to award of the Contract.


7.3 METHOD STATEMENT


The Main Contractor‟s Method Statement shall deal with all aspects of this works contract Including
site access, site organisation, material lay-down areas access points, fencing, security gate house
neighbourhood policy, rights of way to neighbourhood buildings, temporary works, tower crane
layout (sketch required) carrying out the main construction works, final cleaning. The statement
should include specidic sections pertinenet to; Construction methods, Site Supervision &
Management, Tenant Co-ordination, Quality Control and Health and Safety


7.4 LABOUR RESOURCE HISTOGRAM
The Main Contractor must submit with his tender a detailed Labour Resource Histogram detailing
total numbers of operatives and staff anticipated during the whole of the contract (both his own and
for those of his intended Sub-Contractors), split into relevant trades and grades. (e.g.: excavation,
structure, internal finishes, external finishes, MEP).

7.5 MANAGEMENT STAFF ORGANISATION CHART
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The Main Contractor must provide with his Tender an organisation chart of the supervision team
intended to be based and employed full-time at the Works. The Main Contractor shall also provide
the following information in respect of all members of the supervision team:-
Name, title and function
Relevant experience and CV
Duration of employment full-time on the Works – together with the name of the person who will be
the prime contact with the Project Manager.
7.6 INTENDED PLANT SCHEDULE
The Main Contractor must submit with his tender a detailed plant schedule incorporating tower
cranes, mobile cranes, other types of cranes, hoists, concrete batching plants, scaffolding, gantries,
etc., he expects to use and their location and duration.
7.7 SITE ACCOMMODATION LOCATION
The Main Contractor shall submit with his tender details of where he intends to locate his site
accommodation, material storage, and welfare facilities and to allow in his costs for any relocation
deemed necessary during the carrying out of the Works.
7.8 DOMESTIC SUBCONTRACTORS.
The Contractor is to provide a list of Domestic Subcontractors who he intends to employ on this
project, with the anticipated work package indicated for each Subcontractor.
7.9 COMPANY TRADE REGISTER
The Main Contractor shall submit with his tender a copy of his Company Trade Register confirming
his ability to do the works
Tenders not accompanied by the above documents may not be considered.
8 DOCUMENTS PROVIDED ON BEHALF OF EMPLOYER
8.1 COPIES OF DOCUMENTS
One CD-ROM will be issued to the Main Contractor.
8.2 DIMENSIONS
Do not scale from drawings. Obtain from the Project Manager any dimensions required but not given
in figures on the drawings nor calculable from figures on the drawings.
Upon receipt of drawings and / or Specifications for any work or before any work is commenced by
the Main Contractor, his Sub Contractors or Specialist Firms, dimensions must be checked on the
Works and agreed by the Main Contractor with the Project Manager irrespective of the comparable
dimensions shown on the drawings.

8.3 ORDERING OF MATERIALS
The Main Contractor shall be responsible for taking his own measurements from the drawings and
on site for the purpose of ordering materials etc.
Ordering of materials is to be based on current drawings read in conjunction with the Specifications
where applicable, or by reference to other documents referred to on drawings or to the Project
Manager
8.4 THE PRICING DOCUMENT/ SPECIFICATION (S)
All sections of the Pricing Document and Specification(s) must be read in conjunction with the Main
Contract Preliminaries / General Conditions.
8.5 DRAWINGS
All drawings are to be studied immediately after receipt and any apparent errors or deviations from
the Pricing Document/ Specifications etc., or discrepancies between drawings are to be drawn to the
Project Manager‟s attention as soon as possible.
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Site staff associated with the installation of any works sections are to be acquainted with all Design
Team‟s drawings and Specifications.
9 DOCUMENTS PROVIDED BY THE MAIN CONTRACTOR
9.1 SHOP DRAWINGS
The Main Contractor is to prepare all shop drawings, as required by the Project Manager, which are
necessary for fabrication and construction, and submit four paper copies, together with a CD - Rom,
to the Project Manager for approval/ amendment, and later general issue of the same number of
copies.

These Shop Drawings are to be provided in sufficient time to meet the agreed programme, taking
into account the time taken for approval by the Design Team.
9.2 PROVISION OF RECORD DRAWINGS AND O & M MANUALS
The Main Contractor is to provide the Project Manager with As Built Record Drawings and O & M
manuals initially „in draft hard copy‟ at least 8 weeks prior to Practical Completion of the works and
the finalised and approved documents in electronic format at least 4 weeks before Practical
Completion of the works.
The Main Contractor should note that the provision of as built record drawings, instructions and
manuals etc., forms part of the works and the works shall not be deemed complete nor will a
Practical Completion Certificate be issued until these documents are received and approved by the
Design Team. Any delay in the issue of a Practical Completion Certificate as a result of non receipt
of the necessary documents shall be the Main Contractor‟s Responsibility.


9.3 TECHNICAL LITERATURE
The Main Contractor is required to keep copies of the following on site, readily accessible for
references by all supervisory personnel:
Manufacturers current literature relating to all products to be used in the Works.
Relevant Slovakian Codes applicable to the Sub-Contract Works.
Specifications

Health, Safety and Welfare Requirements
Any other relevant Slovakian Regulations
9.4 STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE
An unqualified statement in writing of compliance with all aspects of the drawings and Specifications
shall be submitted by the Main Contractor.
9.5 SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION
Provide detailed descriptions of all the work proposed including full technical details of components,
materials and attachments.
The Main Contractor shall, when submitting his tender clearly describe any work excluded from his
tender which he may require to be executed and paid for by others; any such work not specifically
stated and described shall be deemed to have been included in their tender.


9.6 LICENCES / PERMISSIONS
The Main Contractor is responsible for obtaining and payment of all licences / permissions,. with the
exception of the Building Permit, which is the responsibility of the Client.


10 MANAGEMENT OF THE WORKS – GENERALLY
10.1 SUPERVISION
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The Main Contractor shall provide experienced and competent Site Management staff whose duties
shall include co-ordinating, setting out and providing and maintaining measurements at the site,
programming, cost assessments and applications for payment, maintaining site records, health and
safety supervision and enforcement, quality supervision, protection, maintaining good industrial
relations, safety and security of the Works including the production of monthly written reports on
Progress, estimated value of each and every instruction issued to date and the anticipated final
value of the Main Contract Works, Quality Assurance, Quality Control and any other matters which
the Project Manager requires.


The Main Contractor‟s Project Manager, in charge of the Works, is to be permanently based on site
and is to have a clear understanding of the English Language, both verbally and written, and be able
to communicate proficiently in these mediums.

The Main Contractor shall efficiently supervise his work, using his best skill and attention. He shall
carefully study and compare all drawings, Specifications and other instructions well in advance of
when work is to commence on Site and shall at once report to the Manager any discrepancy, error
or omission which he may discover, and shall subsequently proceed with the work in accordance
with the instructions from the Project Manager.


10.2 CO-ORDINATION OF THE WORKS
The Main Contractor and his Sub-Contractors shall allow for and be bound to co-ordinate with all
Trades working on an adjacent to his works so as to not disrupt said other Trades from commencing
/ proceeding / completing in accordance with the Main Construction programme.


The Main Contractor shall in accordance with his programme obtain and submit to the Project
Manager for his comment all builders works details including shop drawings from his Sub-
Contractors and Suppliers in sufficient time to avoid interruption or delay to the Main Construction
Programme.

The Main Contractor shall arrange and attend such meetings as are necessary to ensure that the
information requirements of the Main Contractor in regard to interface with his Sub-Contractor‟s
Works are met and to establish their requirements for holes, chases, recesses, fixings and the like
before the work is put in hand. No claims arising his failure to do so will be considered.


The cost of any alternations to any drawings or to any work consequent upon non-fulfilment of the
foregoing stipulations shall be borne by the Main Contractor.
The Main Contractor shall be responsible for the Supervision and administration of all Domestic Sub-
Contractors and Statutory Authorities, including the progressing of any information, or design work
that may be necessary to enable them to comply with the Master Programme.


The Main Contractor shall be responsible for notifying and co-ordinating, paying all fees and
charges, all statutory authorities as and when he requires their services on site.
10.3 INSURANCES
Before starting work on site the Contractor is to submit documentary evidence and / or policies and
receipts for the insurances required by the Conditions of Contract and is to allow here for the cost as
detailed below:
- Contractors All Risk
- Third Party Persons and Property / Employer and Consultants
- Contractors Workmen (including Subcontractors)
- Contractors Plant and Equipment (including Subcontractors)
- Professional Indemnity insurance for the design of the works by the Main Contractor, The
Nominated Project Architects, all sub consultants and sub contractors
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Each of the above insurances are to be individually priced.
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 Project Manager and the Insurers. Indemnify the Employer against and
loss which may be caused by failure to give such notice.


11 PROGRAMME / PROGRESS
11.1 ISSUE OF DRAWINGS AND THE LIKE
The Main Contractor should note that the transmittal of drawings, calculations and the like to the
Design Team will be done via the Project Manager and the Lead Consultant‟s comments will also be
made via the Project Manager.
All information the Main Contractor prepares, amends or co-ordinates shall be submitted to the
Project Manager and Lead Consultant (Design Team) for comment. The Design Team‟s comments
or lack of comments shall not relieve the Main Contractor of his responsibility for such information.


The Design Team shall on or before the expiry of FOURTEEN (14) working days from receipt of any
such drawing, detail, document or information or return one copy of the same to the Main Contractor
stamped or marked “A Status”, “B Status” or C Status”.
When any drawing, detail, document or information is returned after inspection, the Main Contractor
shall immediately take the following action in relation to such drawing, detail, document or
information:-
- If it is stamped or marked “A Status”, the Main Contractor shall execute and complete the Works in
strict accordance with such drawing, details, document or information.
- If it is stamped or marked “B Status”, the Main Contractor shall execute and complete the works in
strict accordance with such drawing, details, document or information provided that the Design
Team‟s comments are incorporated into such drawings, details, document or information and a
further negative or copy of it is submitted to the Project Manager.


- If it is stamped or marked “C Status”, the Main Contractor shall take account of the Design Team‟s
comments in such drawing, details, document or information and shall re-submit it to the Design
Team for further inspection within 7 days from return. The Main Contractor shall take no action in
respect of procurement, fabrication drawings or manufacture until the re-submitted drawings, details,
document or information has been stamped or marked “A” or “B” Status.


In the case of drawings, data or the like submitted to the Design Team for comments, four copies of
each shall be provided by the Main Contractor.
In submitting drawings for comment or further comment the Main Contractor shall allow sufficient
time for comment on each submission of such data by the Design Team and also where the Design
Team so comments the Main Contractor shall take account of such comments and resubmit the
data to the Lead Design Team for further comments as often as is necessary until the information is
returned stamped or marked “A Status” or B Status”. The Main Contractor shall so submit
information to the Design Team such that no delay on the Works is caused by the need to take
account of all of the Design Team‟s comments as set out above.


The Main Contract Works shall include the preparation, amendment, co-ordination under the
direction of the Project Manager and distribution of the following information: -
Structural calculations, Co-ordination drawings, Builders Work drawings, Installation drawings and
Schedule Drawings for manufacture, Record drawings and schedules, and such other like data
required by the Main Contract documents.
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The Main Contractor is responsible for co-ordinating the Main Contract works with all other work and
the Main Contractor shall prepare and submit to the Design Team all data required by the Design
Team including preparing such amendments, additional drawings schedule and the like required by
the Design Team.

The Main Contractor shall be responsible for all mistakes, inaccuracies, discrepancies and
omissions in all information he prepares, corrects or co-ordinates with the Works.
Within one week of the Design Team returning any information endorsed with no comment the Main
Contractor shall send to the Project Manager.
- FOUR hard copies thereof and 1 electronic CD copy.
Drawings shall show all plans, elevations, sections and where necessary full size details of the
installation and shall be properly identified showing details of the installation and materials and their
co-ordination with the works the design and construction of all parts.
The Main Contractor will be responsible for developing the design of Architectural details and
making due allowance within the Pricing Document, at tender stage.
11.2 PROGRAMME
The Main Contractor shall within one week of appointment, provide a master programme in detail in
bar chart form and also in CPA (or PERT) format to the Project Managers requirements and provide
copies of any supporting network analysis that he may produce.
The Master Programme shall considerably amplify the information contained in the Tender
Programme and Contract Information Release Schedule and shall establish the Sequence of all
major construction activity including those of his Sub-Contractors, Statutory Authorities and others
employer direct by the Employer. This programme will detail durations for ordering and delivery of
major construction materials and show duration for drawing preparation, manufacture of materials.
The Critical Path will be clearly highlighted.


The Main Contractor must indicate on the programme, the latest dates by which he requires final
information on various outstanding items, and when he requires the Project Manager‟s approval to
samples and mock up‟s.
Once finally agreed with the Project Manager one copy will be kept in the Main Contractor‟s Site
Office, one copy in the Client‟s Office (on site), two copies each will, also be given to the Project
Manager and to the Lead Designer.
The Main Contractor will monitor the progress of the works by marking up, initially at no more than
four weekly intervals but more frequently if so required by the Project Manager, a copy of the final
master programme, to indicate the actual progress of all activities thereon; a revision to this bar
chart and CPA chart will then be made to reflect the actual progress in the month. The Main
Contractor when submitting the revision to his programme (prior to the monthly site progress
meeting) must state the reasons why there are any delays to the construction activities; in particular
those, which affect the critical path for the project, and state how he anticipates recovering the time
lost. A copy of the marked up programme is to be included with the Main Contractor‟s monthly
report.

11.3 INFORMATION REQUIRED, DESIGN AND DRAWING PRODUCTION PROGRAMME
The Main Contractor shall immediately on receipt of an order prepare and submit to the Project
Manager a fully detailed Information Required Schedule for all his works, clearly indicating latest
dates that final information will be required.
A full Schedule of all samples to be submitted by him indicating latest dates that final approval of
samples will be required.
A Drawing Production Programme incorporating full listing of numbered drawings to be provided by
the Main Contractor, dates for issue, approval periods, latest date for final approval drawings
submitted.
11.4 PROGRESS PHOTOGRAPHS
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The Main Contractor shall include for progress photographs shall arrange for 6 copies of progress
photographs to be taken on a digital camera at regular monthly intervals and as required by the
Project Manager. These photographs are to be in included in colour in the Main Contractor‟s monthly
report.

11.5 SITE PROGRESS MEETINGS
Site Progress meetings will be held by the Project Manager at monthly intervals. These shall be
attended by representatives of the Main Contractor and Major Sub-Contractors, as requested and
agreed with the Project Manager. Other meetings may be called by the Project Manager as and
when he requires.

12 CONTROL OF COSTS
12.1 CONTROL OF COST
The Main Contractor must within 7 days after receipt of an instruction, submit the cost (together with
all required details) to the Project & Cost Managers he requires, in accordance with the Conditions
of the Contract, for the works as instructed.
An Interim statement of account including projected and actual cashflows and costs will be required
to be inserted in the Main Contractor‟s monthly report.
Any contra-charge account will be the subject of discussion between the Sub-Contractor and the
Main Contractor, without the involvement or referral to the Project Manager or the Design Team.


The Contractor & Cost manager are to agree an Interim Payment Schedule, based on a costed-out
contract programme to be agreed at post contract stage. These are to be the basis of monthly
interim valuation applications
Subject to the agreement between the parties as to stage payments, the Main Contractor shall at
monthly intervals and using the appropriate format provided by the Cost Manager, prepare and
submit to the Project or Cost Manager a formal and detailed application for payment.


The Cost Manager shall obtain details, check and if necessary amend an application for payment
from the Main Contractor before incorporating it in the Cost Manager‟s Interim Certificate.


Only variations, that have been confirmed by Project Managers Instructions which are costed (with
details) will be allowed to be included in the Project / Cost Managers Interim Certificates.


A final statement of account shall be provided by the Cost Manager for the Works, and Main
Contractor shall check, sign and return such statements as necessary.
The Main Contractor shall positively assist the Cost Manager to ensure that the agreement of the
final account with the Project Manager is achieved in accordance with the Contractual requirements.


The Main Contractor is to submit, within one week of appointment return an itemised and detailed
cash flow, based on the Tender Pricing Document.
12.2 INSTRUCTION ISSUANCE TO THE MAIN CONTRACTOR
During the contract duration, the Project Manager may issue to the Main Contractor‟s Design Team
revised documents with associated „instructions‟, which outline the revision.
After contract award, the Project Manager will issue Project Manager‟s Instructions (PMI) as
necessary to the Main Contractor.
Each PMI is to be signed as acknowledged by the Main Contractor and returned to the Project
Manager.
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If after receipt of the Main Contractor determinates that it requires additional information, the Main
Contractor shall notify the Project Manager in writing. Requests for additional information shall be of
a detailed / specific nature and shall be made within TWO (2) working days.


The intention is that the PMI forms should provide a complete and comprehensive record of all
matters affecting the Contract, whether originating from site meetings, drawing revisions and the
like.
The Main Contractor must within seven (7) days after receipt of a PMI give to the Project Manager
the cost that he requires for the work so instructed.
The Main Contractor is earnestly requested to assist by raising any queries as quickly as possible
when he feels these principles are not being followed in order to provide a discipline and to ensure
that the project is efficiently documented.
Site Instructions
All information, revisions etc., originating from meetings at the site, confirmation of verbal instruction
(CVI‟s) will only become operative when properly issued to the Main Contractor on a PMI form.


Materials Submittals
Material Submittals approvals will be the subject of a separate exercise and will not be issued on
PMI‟s.
Miscellaneous Items
Items which do not involve a variation or cost adjustment but which directly affect the building
contract, or which are required for subsequent reference will be recorded on PMI forms in order to
follow the general principle of maintaining the instructions as the single comprehensive record of all
relevant information.

12.3 MAINTAINING SITE RECORDS
The Main Contractor shall maintain detailed records at the Site of all matters related to the Works
and the Main Contractor shall provide records when reasonably requested in order to assist the
Project Manager to maintain such records for the Project.
The Main Contractor is to be available to meet with the Project Manager daily at approximately 5.00
p.m. if the Project Manager so requires, to discuss current problems and review the next working
days activities.
The Main Contractor shall keep records of all materials, goods and plant delivered to or removed
from the Site.
13 QUALITY STANDARDS / CONTROL
13.1 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 purpose stated in or
reasonably to be inferred from the project document, and in accordance with good building practice.


13.2 PROHIBITED PRODUCTS
The Main Contractor shall not employ on or incorporate in the Works any of the following products:-


- High alumina cement in structural elements.
- Wood wool slabs in permanent formwork to concrete or in structural element.
- Calcium chloride in admixtures for use in reinforced concrete.
- Calcium silicate bricks or tiles.
- Asbestos or asbestos-containing products.
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- Aggregates for use in reinforcement concrete which do not comply with the relevant Slovakian
code.
- Lead or any materials containing lead which may be ingested inhaled or absorbed except where
copper alloy fittings containing lead are specifically required in drinking water pipework by any
relevant statutory requirement.
- Urea formaldehyde foam or materials which may release formaldehyde in quantities which may be
hazardous with reference to the limits set at the date hereof by the Health and Safety Executive.


- Splitbricks.
- Vermiculite plaster.
- Polyisocyanurate foam.
- Extruded polystyrene other than low ozone depletion materials.
- Materials which are generally composed of mineral fibres either man-made or naturally occurring
which have a diameter of 3 microns or less and a length of 200 microns or less or which contain any
fibres not sealed or otherwise stabilised to ensure that fibre migration is prevented.


- Other Substances recognised by the Project Manager to be deleterious at the time of their
Specification.
- Other substances not in accordance with Slovakian Codes.
In the event of any such products being specified by the Design Team, the Main Contractor shall
immediately draw the attention of the Project Manager to this fact and require him to issue
alternative instructions in regard thereto.
14 ACCURACY / SETTING OUT GENERALLY
14.1 LEVEL SURVEY
The Main Contractor is to carry out a level survey with reference to approved datum points at grid
centres to be agreed with the Project Manager and submit this to the Project Manager, prior to
carrying out any excavations works. During carrying out the survey the Main Contractor is to allow
the Project Manager the opportunity to check the level measurements taken.


14.2 SETTING OUT
The Project Manager shall give the Main Contractor, by way of accurately dimensioned drawings,
sufficient information to enable him to accurately set out his Works from external points. (Project
Manager to provide a drawing indicating these points).
The Main Contractor shall provide everything else necessary to set out his work and the Main
Contractor is referred to the Specification where further particular requirements for tolerances may
be given.
The Contractor is to carry out a condition survey (existing roads, buildings, etc.) by means of a
report, with photographs; (dated); video records and agree this survey with the Project Manager prior
to commencing any works on site.
14.3 APPEARANCE AND FIT
The Main Contractor shall construct the Works to the levels of accuracy as described in the tender
documents, drawings and Specification. The Main Contractor must allow for any preparatory works
required to his own or works by others.
The Main Contractor shall set out, erect components and apply finishes to ensure that there is a
satisfactory fit at junctions and that the finished work has a well aligned true and regular
appearance.
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The Main Contractor is to ensure that there is an adequate exchange of information with his Sub-
Contractors, Suppliers and others employed by the Employer with regard to the sizes of
components, openings and locations. The Main Contractor shall check dimensions of all
components after delivery to site and inform the Project Manager of any departure from permissible
deviations and tolerances.

15 SUPERVISION / INSPECTION / DEFECTIVE WORK
15.1 OVERTIME WORKING
Whenever overtime is to be worked, the Main Contractor is to give the Project Manager not less than
48 hours 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 Main Contractor‟s expense, including the cost of all supervision during
overtime working.

For the avoidance of doubt; no additional payment will be allowed. The Contractor is to include all
necessary allowance in his tender.
15.2 TIMING OF TESTS AND INSPECTIONS
Agree dates and time of tests and inspections with the Project Manager and the Design Team
several days in advance, to enable interested and other affected parties to be present. On the
previous day to each such test or inspection confirm that the work or sample in question will be
ready or, if not ready, agree a date and time.

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


15.4 MEASURE TO ESTABLISH ACCEPTABILITY
Whenever inspection or testing shows that the work, or products 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
Main Contractor and will not be considered as grounds for extension of time.


16 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
16.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENT
The Main Contractor must describe and implement quality procedures to verify that the whole of the
works comply with the requirements of the contract. The quality procedures must comply with the
requirements of a „Quality Management System (QMS) as agreed with the Project Manager‟. The
following conditions must be agreed with the Project Manager before award and complied with prior
to start on site:-

- The Main Contractor is required to carry out quality control procedures on this package.
- The Main Contractor‟s quality plan must be agreed by the Project Manager and, if required, by the
Design Team, prior to commencement of work.
- The Main Contractor has responsibility for Quality Control for all his works and that carried out by
his Subcontractors and Suppliers.
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- Checklists must be produced by the Main Contractor when required for agreement prior to
commencement of the works and during site operations and when completed provide documentary
evidence that the Main Contractor‟s work complies with the specified requirements. Completed
checklists must be issued to the Project Manager and kept on record by the Main Contractor are
required also to assure the Project Manager that all Materials and Components used comply with
the Specification. To that end full trace ability, through an audit trial, is to be maintained, where
appropriate, of each material or component used.


- The Project Manager will carry out spot checks of the works against both the Method Statement
and checklists to ensure that the Main Contractor is carrying out effective quality control. The
minimum number of spot checks must be agreed between the Project Manager and the Main
Contractor prior to commencement of the work, whilst the Project Manager will sign the checklist to
confirm that a spot check has been completed, the responsibility for ensuring that the Works are to
specification remains with the Main Contractor.


- If major or consistent minor non-compliances with the Specification occur, the Project Manager will
issue corrective instructions requesting rectification within an agreed timescale. The Main Contractor
must carry out the corrective action within the agreed timescale at his own costs.


- If the Main Contractor (or his Sub-Contractor‟s / Suppliers) fails to carry out these or the agreed
Quality Procedures, the Project Manager will employ a quality controller to carry the necessary
procedures at the Main Contractors expense.
- The Main Contractor‟s quality plan must be periodically and systematically reviewed by the Main
Contractor to ensure its continued effectiveness. The review procedures must be described in the
Main Contractor‟s quality plan and records of the review, including any necessary amendments /
improvements to the plan, must be maintained and be available for examination by the Main
Contractor‟s staff.

The Main Contractor‟s (including his Sub-Contractors / Suppliers) company name and address, the
site name and address, a list of the quality plan requirements, the method for recording revisions,
the distribution list and the effective date must all be included in the quality plan.


16.2 METHOD OF QUALITY CONTROL
- The inspection procedures that will be adopted in checking the Main Contractors work are to be
listed and agreed with the Project Manager.
- General method statements for the works must indicate the stages at which the checklists will be
used.
- A list of specific construction method statements to be issued to site staff for the correct use of
materials or components in the Main Contractors work.
16.3 SUPPORTING INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTATION
- The name of the person who will be responsible for Quality on Site.
- The Specification adopted for the Main Contractors work.
- A list of information provided by the Project Manager, including drawing numbers and
Specifications (at award of the contract).
- The agreed duration for the Main Contractor‟s work including any phasing requirements by the
Project Manager (at award of the contract).
- The agreed period for the retention of records in relation of the Main Contractor‟s work.
- Any specialist plant, equipment of materials required for the Main Contractor‟s works and the
names of those who will be responsible for their supply. This will include any special access
requirements for plant or delivery purposes.
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- Any storage, handling, transport or protection requirements necessary including the finished
product.
- The procedures to be used by the Main Contractor for reporting non-compliances found in the
works.
- Procedures for the reporting of any damage caused to the works.
- The procedures for the provision of samples and / or mock ups.
- Calibration and maintenance records and procedures.
- A Certificate of Compliance certifying that all the works have been completed and carried out in
accordance with the Specification.
- A copy of the Checklist Register format.
17 EMPLOYER’S REQUIREMENTS: SECURITY
The Main Contractor will introduce a gate entry / swipe card access control system requiring all staff
operatives employed on the site Consultants & Visitors to report to the security office each time they
enter or leave the project to ensure that records are maintained of all persons on site. No person will
be allowed to enter the site without this procedure being complied with.


The Main Contractor is to provide an adequate on-site security presence, a security office (with
furniture and fittings), and visitor‟s log book, passes for Consultants and visitors. A 24 hour security
watch is to be provided to the perimeter of the site.
The Main Contractor shall provide passes with a passport size photograph for all of his employees
(including those of his Sub-Contractors) intended to be employed on the site, at no additional cost.


The Main Contractor shall ensure that he does not cause anything to be done which will impair the
security of the whole development. The Main Contractor will comply with the Project Manager‟s
requirements concerning security, at his own cost.
The Main Contractor will allow early access for Retail fit-out tenants as required, in advance of
contract handover. Areas are to be sealed off following completion of the fit out. The Main Contractor
will allow for all necessary security staff for this requirement.
18 EMPLOYER’S REQUIREMENTS: HEALTH AND SAFETY
It is the Employer‟s Requirement that the Health and Safety Standards of the project are maintained
to the highest possible standards and are at least equal to the standards required on a current
British construction site. In order to ensure this requirement is met the Employer will engage a
Health and Safety Executive.

The Main Contractor shall be responsible for compliance with the Employer‟s Health and Safety
Requirements and all other safety, health and welfare measures required under or by virtue of the
provisions of an enactment or regulation, or the working rules of any industry or as directed by the
Health and Safety Executive, Project Manager or Technicky Dozor. The Main Contractor will be
required to embrace and take ownership of the required Health and Safety philosophy of the project.


For the duration of the contract The Main Contractor shall employ a competent site based Health
and Safety Supervisor and any necessary assistants. All directions given to the Health and Safety
Supervisor by the Project Manager or the Health and Safety Executive shall be deemed to have
been issued to the Main Contractor. The Main Contractor shall not remove or substitute the Health
and Safety Supervisor without the prior approval of the Project Manager.


The provision of appropriate protective clothing and safety equipment for all operatives, consultants
and visitors shall be the responsibility of the Main Contractor.
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The Main Contractor‟s (and his Sub-Contractor‟s) employees and all visitors to site will be required
to wear safety helmets, safety vest and safety steel toe-cap footwear complying to internationally
accepted standards.
Electricity Trade Sub-Contractor‟s employees must not work on or in proximity to energised circuits
of any voltage unless adequate safety measures have been taken and the work operation has been
reviewed and approved by the Electrical Manager, and a permit to work system established.


Only authorised Sub-Contractor‟s employees are allowed to work on or repair electrical equipment.


All electrical installations must fully comply with current Slovakian Electrical Regulations, dealing
with on-site electrical installations.
When portable or semi-mobile equipment operating at voltages in excess of 220 volts is required for
specialist works, permission must be sought from the Main Contractor. In these cases the supply
must be protected by an approved residual current device (R.C.D.) regardless of any such device
fitted to the equipment. The electrical installation and plant must be checked by an approved
electrician prior to work commencing.

Suitable lighting is to be provided to all areas of the site. All areas are to be well lit and there are to
be no dark areas. Lampholders on festoon lighting must be moulded to flexible cable and be of the
screw type.All tungsten-halogen lamps must be fitted with an element guard. These lamps must be
permanently fixed at high level.

Oxygen / Acetylene / Fuel Gases
Flash-back arresters must be fitted to this equipment. L.P.G. cylinders must not be stored overnight
or left in areas below ground level. LPG Cylinders are to be stored in suitably marked and locked
cages in approved locations. The number of L.P.G cylinders at the point of work shall be as small as
practicable (one day‟s supply).

Cartridge Tools
Cartridge Tools must be of the low-velocity type. Operatives must have received adequate training in
the safe operation of the tool to be used. During installation and testing, the Sub-Contractor‟s
Engineer shall be in attendance.
Generally
All control mechanism panels and wiring diagrams must be printed in English and Slovakian.


All lifts (including safety notices) shall be designed and installed in accordance with approved
Slovakian Standards.
Design and Inspection Requirements for Temporary Works and Scaffolding
No aluminium tube shall be used except for proprietary mobile towers.
Drawings and calculations shall be submitted to the Main Contractor‟s Engineering Safety
Department prior to commencement on Site for all temporary works including excavations, tower
crane and hoist installations, and all scaffolds other than Birdcage and independent tied scaffolds,
prior to the commencement of the relevant contract Works on site.

For any major temporary works, the calculations and drawings (together with a full Method
Statement) are to be submitted to the Project Manager for verification before commencement of the
works.
The Main Contractor shall inspect and approve all temporary works, falsework and scaffolds after
erection and before loading or access is allowed.
Mobile Towers, Ladders, etc.
All mobile towers must be constructed in accordance with accepted Slovakian Standards and must
be complete with access ladder, handrails and toe-boards, whatever the height.
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Ladders will not be allowed to be used without the prior permission of the Project Manager
Erection of Structures
A method statement must be prepared detailing the procedures to be adopted which shall be agreed
with the Project Manager prior to commencement on Site.
Safety belts and harnesses shall be provided by the Main Contractor for use by his employees (and
his Sub-Contractors).
Powered Working Platforms
Powered work platforms or equal alternatives are to be used to erect structures wherever practical
and a suitable base is available. The Main Contractor shall ascertain (before date of tender) the
nature of the base that will be available.
Hoists
Each landing gate must be fitted with a mechanical or electrical interlock which will prevent
movement of the hoist platform whilst any landing gate is in the open position. Safety harnesses /
belts will be worn and clipped during the erection of hoists. Hoists are to be used for moving
materials only and not workmen.

Suspended Cradles
Suspended cradles may only be fixed and moved by a specialist cradle supplier or competent
scaffolding company, with approved safety devises.
Laser Survey Instruments
A competent person must have received safety training and be appointed as safety supervisor when
lasers are used. Only lasers approved by the Project Manager will be allowed to be used on site.


Materials Guards
All scaffolds used for storing materials will be provided with brickguards or other substantial material
guards.
Hard Hats
The Main Contractor will operate and enforce a “Hard Hat Rule” on Site for all management staff,
workers and visitors. This rule will apply to all persons on the Site.
Dry Site Rule
The Project Manager will operate and enforce a “dry site rule” on Site. No personnel will be allowed
on site who are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or who has alcohol or drugs in their
possession.
Induction Training
The Main Contractor will provide induction and regular safety training for his workers (and those of
his Sub-Contractors) for the contract works, and Induction training for the Consultants & Clients
Representatives.
Unsafe Act Auditing
The Main Contractor is advised that he will be required to operate the Project Manager‟s unsafe act
auditing procedure. This will involve every line Manager from Project Manager to Foreman / Ganger
spending one hour per week making a detailed safety inspection of his area of responsibility and
correcting all unsafe situations.

Accident Reporting
The Main Contractor must report all accidents / dangerous occurrences to the Project Manager and
complete the „Accident Register‟, which is to be available for viewing by the Project Manager.
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In the event of a serious accident / dangerous occurrence the Health and Safety Officer of the Main
Contractor must be notified immediately for his action.
Control of Hazardous Materials in Accordance with Health Regulations
The Sub-Contractors must comply with the provisions of the Main Contractor‟s requirements a copy
of which is to be available for inspection and reference on Site.
The Main Contractor must make an assessment of every operation involving materials which may be
hazardous to health and to inform the Project Manager prior to this work and record the results.


Noise
The Main Contractor shall provide the following:
- Noise assessments of proposed plant being brought onto site and the noise assessment of
proposed construction operations.
- Name of his (and his Sub-Contractors) competent Noise Co-ordinator and details of monitoring
equipment.
- The Main Contractors Noise Control Co-ordinator will ascertain from this information:
- The effectiveness of the proposed noise control measures and the hearing protection programme
recommending changes where required.
- Whether it is necessary for noise assessments to be continued for the specific duration of the
works operation.
- The Main Contractor‟s (and his Sub-Contractor‟s) workers operating noisy machines, are to wears
the necessary ear protection.
As a rough guide, if it is necessary to have to shout to be heard clearly by some one about 2m away,
or there is general difficulty in talking to one another, then a noise assessment will be required.


Environmental Protection
The Main Contractor is to be provide and comply with the provisions of an approved Environmental
Policy.
Safety Procedures
The Main Contractor (and his Sub-Contractors) must comply with the provisions of the “Main
Contractors Safety Policy”, a copy of which is to be provided with the tender and provided on site by
the successful bidder. It may be necessary to incorporate the comments of the Project Manager and
the Health and Safety Executive into the „Main Contractors Safety Policy‟


Fire Precautions
No combustible site accommodation is allowed inside or within 10m of a building. Where units are to
be used in these circumstances they must be non-combustible and have a half hour fire rating inside
to outside and outside to inside. Use non-combustible furniture where practical.


All temporary accommodation and stores inside of within 10m of a building are to be provided with
zoned smoke detectors and fire alarms. Elsewhere individual smoke detectors and warning lights
are to be installed by the Main Contractor at no extra cost.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere on site except in designated „smoking areas.‟
Designated „Smoking Areas‟ are to be located outside and have all necessary fire precautionary
equipment (i.e. fire extinguishes) in place.
Protection Materials
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If the Main Contractor considers the use of corrugated plastic or similar approved material, it must
be the type with flame retarding additive (FRA) Expanded polystyrene with or without FRA is banned
as a protection material.
Plywood and chipboard may be used as protection on floors only. Vertical protection to escalators,
etc. to be non combustible. Debris netting and weather protection sheeting to be fire retardant.


The use of halogen lamps on site is not allowed expect as part of the permanently installed safety
lighting, i.e. bolted to structure. Task lighting to be provided by vertical fluorescent tubes on stands.


Safety Policy
The Main Contractor shall provide the Project Manager with a copy of his Safety Policy and
Organisation and Arrangements for the implementation of that policy.
Safety Officer / Safety Supervisor
The Main Contractor will be required to provide the name of the person responsible for safety on the
Site, their Safety Officer and On-Site safety Supervisors, all of whom are essential and contractual
requirements. Sub-Contractor‟s Safety Officers must match the Main Contractor‟s Safety Managers
visiting rate.

Safe System of Work and Method Statement
The Main Contractor will be required to present and agree safe systems of work and method
statements with the Project Manager prior to commencement of Works on Site.
Contravention of Regulations / Legislation
The Main Contractor is advised that the Project Manager will stop the Contract Works if there is, or
is likely to be, contravention of the requirements of current health and safety legislation or the
requirements of the Project manager, Health and Safety Executive or Technicky Dozor. Failure to
rectify any substandard action or condition will entitle the Project Manager to make other
arrangements and allows the Project Manager to deduct any associated cost from the contract sum.


PROTECT AGAINST THE FOLLOWING
18.1 EXPLOSIVES
Under no circumstances are explosives to be used on the contract.
18.2 NOISE
Fit all compressors, percussion tools and vehicles with effective silencers of a type recommended by
manufacturers of the compressors, tools or vehicles.
Consider the use of non-percussive and pneumatic implements for demolition or breaking up tasks.
– Do not use or permit employees to use radios or other audio equipment in ways or at times which
may cause nuisance.
Limit the use of percussive or noisy equipment between 09.00 and 13.00 and 14.00 to 17.00,
Monday to Friday and Public Holidays. Implement “quiet” periods when any very noisy work would
be prevented. Construct temporary noise screens where applicable or as required by the Project
Manager

18.3 POLLUTION
Take all reasonable precautions to prevent pollution of the site, the Works and the general
environment including streams and waterways. If pollution occurs, provide resources to remove such
pollution, inform the appropriate Authorities and the Project Manager without delay and provide then
with all relevant information.

18.4 NUISANCE
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Take all necessary precautions to the Project Manager‟s satisfaction to prevent nuisance from
smoke, dust, (including the provision of screens) rubbish insects, vermin and other causes. No
eating will be allowed outside the canteen.
18.5 FIRE PREVENTION
Take all necessary precautions to prevent personal injury, death, and damage to the Works or other
property from fire.
The Contractor is to provide all necessary fire escape pedestrian egress will be via emergency fire
escape routes, including providing all temporary escapes, stairs, handrails, mustering points,
evacuation procedures, signage, unobstructed routes, lighting.


18.6 BURNING ON SITE
Burning of material arising from the work will not be permitted.
18.7 WATER
Prevent damage from storm, surface water or water used during the construction of the works. The
Main Contractor is to allow for keeping the works free from all water arising from his works, i.e.
temporary rainwater pipes, drainage, etc.
18.8 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.


18.9 WASTE
Remove off-site on a daily basis, rubbish, debris, surplus and spoil 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 to a tip approved by a Waste
Regulation Authority. – Remove all surplus hazardous materials and their containers daily 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. – Carry out
additional contaminant testing as may be required.


18.10 PROTECTION
The Main Contractor will maintain any necessary protection for his works up to the issue of the
Taking Over Certificate for the Project. Particular attention shall be paid to protecting the mall floors
and a minimum of a lapped soft protective covering overlaid with plywood with taped joints is
required

The Main Contractor will at his own cost at any time prior to issue of a Taking Over Certificate for the
Works and make good upon the written request of the Project Manager.
In the event that the Main Contractor fails to comply with items above, the Project Manager will
organise the Work to be undertaken, without relieving the Main Contractor of his responsibilities
under the contract for same, the costs of which plus the addition of a 15% administration charge will
be recovered from the Main Contractor as a debt.

19 SPECIFIC LIMITATIONS ON METHOD / SEQUENCE / TIMING
19.1 METHOD / SEQUENCE OF WORK

The Main Contractor‟s Method Statement shall describe the major activities and methods he
proposes to use in carrying out the Works.
The Contractor is to provide detailed method statements, as required by the Project Manager, for
carrying out major activities, on the Works. After agreement with the Project Manager, he will be
required to strictly adhere to the methods outlined in his Method Statements.
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19.2 WORKING HOURS
Will be the hours as necessary, in accordance with the rules and regulations in the Industry, to
progress and complete the Works in accordance with the agreed programme. The site may be
closed on Public Holidays and Sundays at the Project Manager‟s discretion.


The Contractor is to state the hours he has included for over time working.
The Main Contractor shall be deemed to have allowed in his tender for working these hours. If is
possible that should the Main Contractor choose to work any hours outside the normal working
week, he will obtain the prior permission of the Project Manager. No costs for overtime will be
allowed under the contract, unless with the agreement of the Project / Cost Managers.


19.3 EXISTING PROPERTY AND ADJONING INFRASTRUCTURE
Take all responsibility for precautions to prevent damage to the adjoining infrastructure, including
using all practicable protection.
19.4 EXCAVATION WORKS
The Client is to arrange a condition survey of adjoining property as appropriate. This will be agreed
with the Main Contractor. The Client / Contractor will monitor on a regular basis, with the Contractor
being responsible for any problems arising from the works.
The Main Contractor is to take adequate precautions during the excavations works in the case of
discovery of live bombs, ammunition antiquities and the like, and is to inform the Project Manager
immediately for instruction to proceed further.
19.5 PROTECTION OF EXISTING SERVICES
The Main Contractor shall take all measures, to protect any services which remain following the
Enabling works and removal of all redundant services (refer Clause 4.3).
19.6 UNLOADING AND HANDLING
The Main Contractor shall be totally responsible for and allow in his tender for the cost of unloading
and distribution of all his materials and plant, etc. to their final position in the works and for hoisting
and / or crane age, etc.
Stocks of materials shall be kept to a minimum unless specifically arranged and planned for phased
building loading direct into position.
It is intended that a system of coding to identify floor levels and locations will be instigated by the
Main Contractor (and the Sub-Contractor‟s) to facilitate rapid distribution from the point of delivery to
required locations on Site.
The Main Contractor will be required as necessary to palletise his materials to facilitate delivery and
movement of the same on site. The pallets must be removed from site by the Main Contractor.


The Main Contractor shall check deliveries to the Site for all his materials, goods, etc., and provide
copies of detailed delivery tickets to the Project Manager, if required.
The Main Contractor shall be responsible for protecting his materials and goods, etc., until Taking
Over of his Work.
19.7 VERTICAL TRANSPORT INSTALLATION
The Main Contractor will not be permitted to use the permanent lifts, escalators or travelators
installations for his own use, with the exception the Goods Lift, which must be fully protected against
damage to a standard approved by the Project Manager.
20 EMPLOYEE AND EMPLOYERS REQUIREMENTS / FACILITIES / TEMPORARY WORK /
SERVICES
20.1 LOCATIONS
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The Main Contractor must liase with the Project Manager regarding locations of his Employees (and
those of his Sub-Contractors) facilities and allow for all necessary movements as the Contract
dictates.
The Main Contractor shall allow for and shall provide any other temporary facilities necessary for the
Works in addition to those herein described as being the Main Contractors responsibility.


Regular morning and evening cleaning is required for all Employer‟s / Main Contractors facilities.


Temporary non-availability of any of these facilities shall not form the basis of a claim for loss and
expense.
20.2 CANTEEN
The Main Contractor will provide a canteen for all persons employed upon the site. Opening hours of
the canteen will be as displayed on site.
20.3 TOILETS, WASHING AND FIRST AID FACILITIES
The Main Contractor will provide temporary heated toilet and washing facilities with hot and cold
water, with adequate cleaning.
The Main Contractor will also provide a temporary heated first aid room, first aid equipment accident
record book and the services of a full time Nurse, with regular Doctor visits.
20.4 ADVERTISING
No placards, advertisements, fly posting shall be affixed to any temporary hoarding, gantry,
scaffolding, building or structure, without the permission of the Project Manager.
20.5 PUBLICITY
No information, either written or verbal, nor photographs nor drawings concerning this Contract shall
be supplied by the Main Contractor (or his Sub-Contractors / Suppliers) to any person without the
Employers written authority, which will be at the Employers sole discretion.


20.6 LIGHTING AND POWER
The temporary electricity supply, which will be 220 volt AC may also be used by him for his own use,
that of his own Sub-Contractors and for the Employer direct works Contractor and Tenant Fit-Out
Contractors for small power tools and lighting. The Main Contractor will provide mains connections,
safety lighting, central plug outlets, all working lighting, as well as transformers and extension leads
for hand tools, etc. Payment of the temporary electricity connection, distribution, running changes
will be the responsibility of the Main Contractor.


A temporary electricity supply will be required at all times, therefore the Main Contractor should
allow for all necessary generators, in case of mains power failure.
The Main Contractor will not be permitted to use the permanent lighting and power installations for
his own use, other than for testing and commissioning of services installations. Payment of all
electricity consumed will be at the Contractor‟s expense, until handover.


20.7 WATER
A temporary water supply will be provided by the Main Contractor on the site. It should be noted that
the Main Contractor will be responsible for mains connections, supply of all temporary piping, water
tanks, etc from the mains tap-off points and hoses and fittings that may be required to bring the
water supply to his actual place of work. Payment of the meter‟s temporary connection distribution
and all water consumption charges will be the responsibility of the Main Contractor.


21MANAGEMENT AND STAFF / SERVICES AND FACILITIES
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20.1 MANAGEMENT AND STAFF
The Main Contractor shall provide experienced and competent Site Management staff whose duties
shall include co-ordination, setting out and providing and maintaining measurements on the site,
programming, cost assessments and applications for payment, maintaining site records, quality
supervision, etc.

20.2 SITE ACCOMMODATION
The Main Contractor shall provide and maintain relocate as required all temporary accommodation
for his own use including temporary material plant storage, sheds, furnished offices, workrooms,
drying rooms and other temporary buildings.
The Main Contractor shall provide temporary areas for his (and his Sub-Contractors) common use
for the duration of this contract. The areas may be located on or off site and relocated as necessary
to suit progress of the Works. Such relocation shall not form the basis of a claim.


The Main Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining his allotted area and shall provide,
maintain, relocate as necessary and clear away on completion any temporary site office, drying
sheds, storage sheds or other buildings and any hoarding around his compound area necessary for
the execution of his Works.

The Main Contractor will be restricted in the location of his temporary hutting to the area approved
by the Project Manager.
The Main Contractor shall pay all charges on temporary buildings erected by him in connection with
the Project.
The Main Contractor shall include for all services installation in his offices any workshops, etc. from
a central point of supply.
The Main Contractor is to refer to clause 23, addendum 18 and ensure costs are included for the
Employers Site Facilities.
20.3 TEMPORARY TELEPHONES
The Main Contractor shall provide such temporary telephones on site for his own use and that of
Project Manager / Consultants as he may require including paying for installation and final
disconnection and for all fees, telephone calls, and charges in connection therewith.


20.4 SAFETY, HEALTH AND WELFARE
The Main Contractor shall comply with all safety, health and welfare measures required under or by
virtue of the provisions of an enactment or regulation, or the working rules of any industry or as
directed by the Project Manager, the Health and Safety Executive or Tecnicky Dozor.


20.5 RUBBISH DISPOSAL
The Main Contractor is to include for and identify separately the cost of labour included in the tender
for the clearance of rubbish and waste materials from the site. The cost allowed is to be stated at
this point. The Tenderer will be required to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Project Manager
that his allowance is adequate in terms of the requirements.


The Main Contractor is reminded that materials required for the works should not be left unattended
on site unless placed in the designated storage areas.
20.6 CLEANING
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The Main Contractor is to keep the contract works clean and tidy at all times during the progress of
the works to the Project Manager‟s satisfaction, and at the Practical Completion of the works, shall
remove all splashes, deposits, rubbish, debris, surplus materials, temporary markings and all
superfluous coverings and other items of a protective nature no longer required for the subsequent
protection of the works. The Main Contractor shall allow for preserving and returning empty
packages in good condition to the consignors.


The Main Contractor shall secure the through cleaning of his elements of the Project until the Main
Contract works are handed over and leave the premises clean and fit for occupation prior to handing
over any portion and shall leave the Site clean and tidy.
The Contractor is to keep the site clean of all rubbish & waste at all times, and is to allow here for a
weekly clean (end of week) until handover to the satisfaction of the Project Manager.


20.7 DRYING OUT
The Main Contractor shall allow everything necessary for the drying of the Works, including
maintaining adequate humidity levels / temperature levels to finished areas of works to avoid
shrinkage and cracking which will be the Main Contractor‟s responsibility.
The Contractor will not be allowed to use the permanent heating / air conditioning system to dry out
the works or maintain humidity levels.
20.8 PROTECTION OF WORKS
The Main Contractor shall be responsible for the protection of the Works against any damage from
whatever cause arising, and shall take all necessary precautions in carrying out the Works to
prevent damage to other existing work carried out.
20.9 PROTECTING THE WORKS FROM INCLEMENT WEATHER
The Main Contractor shall ensure that all necessary adequate temporary works measures are
provided or precautions taken to protect the Works from damage by inclement weather, including
the provision of all tarpaulins, temporary chutes, spoutings, gutter, down pipes, drains run-offs,
ditches, temporary connections, etc., required to carry out surface water and for all coverings,
screens, temporary heating, etc., required to protect any Works or materials liable to be damaged by
any weather conditions and to allow construction to proceed, independently of the water, tightness of
the structure above.

20.10 SECURITY
The Main Contractor shall ensure that he does not cause anything to be done which will impair the
security of the whole development and is to allow for 24 hour security to safeguard the site, external
cameras, control point monitoring, including all necessary lighting requirements, and protection of
the public and Employer, Project Manager, Consultants and visitors to the satisfaction of the Project
Manager. Security levels will increase with internal patrols during the fit-out period. The Main
Contractor will comply with the Project Manager‟s requirements concerning security, at his own cost.


20.11 PLANT, TOOLS AND VEHICLES
The Sub-Contractor is to provide all plant, tools and vehicles necessary for the execution of the
Works. A list of plant to be used on the works to be submitted with this tender.
20.12 SUB-CONTRACTOR’S ITEMS: MECHANICAL PLANT HOISTS / CRANAGE
The Main Contractor will be providing all necessary tower cranage (including driver and banksman)
for his usage and that of Sub-Contractors including a Crane Co-ordinator to agree all the crane
movements on site, scheduling of usage times by various Sub-Contractors, keeping all relevant
documentation and to provide all necessary concrete bases and clear on completion. The Main
Contractor will provide all temporary goods hoists, as required (use only for goods not workers).


The Main Contractor is to provide all hoisting facilities, riggers and lifting tackle.
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The Main Contractor shall allow for all costs associated with his installation due to the execution of
the Works around temporary hoist openings, including return visits to complete his works once the
hoists have been removed.
20.13 TEMPORARY WORKS
20.14 The Main Contractor shall obtain, as appropriate, the approval from the Project Manager, of
the location of the proposed siting of materials, storage areas, rubbish deposits, and of temporary
buildings, temporary roads, and the like. This approval shall not relieve the Main Contractor for the
payment of any costs of any necessary re-location.

20.15 ENSURING GOOD INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
The Main Contractor shall ensure that all measures necessary are taken to maintain good Industrial
Relations in connection with the Works. To this end, the Main Contractor will comply with the Project
Manager and Building Trade Industry requirements.
The Main Contractor will only be allowed to employ upon the works, those employees (or his sub-
Contractors) who are legally allowed to work in Slovakia, to accord with Slovakian Law.


20.16 WORKING PLATFORMS
The Sub-Contractor is to provide all necessary working platforms and material storage platforms,
necessary for the construction of his works.
20.17 SCAFFOLDING, PROPPING BRIDGING
The Main Contractor is to provide all necessary scaffolding, scaffold towers, bridging, propping, back
propping, steel beams, columns access ways, gantries, staircase access, fire escapes and the like
and any temporary / permanent structural works in connection with his (and his Sub-Contractor‟s)
plant required to complete his works. Structural calculations of any temporary works design are to
be submitted to the Project Manger for verification.


20.18 PROTECTION FANS AND NETS
Protection fans and nets are to be provided to protect the works / general public / workers from
falling materials / debris.
20.19 SAMPLES AND TESTING
All tests are to be carried out in accordance with the requirements of the Specifications, or as
required by the Project Manager.
Samples are to be provided, as requested in the Specifications or as requested by the Project
Manager.
Fully detailed material submittals are required to be sent to the Project manager for approval, before
use on site.
20.20 MOCK UPS
All necessary mock-ups are to be carried out in accordance with the requirements of the
Specifications, or as required by the Project Manager.
The contractor is to allow for the construction and approval of the following sammple areas in
advance of placing orders:
(a) For facades: 3 no mock up‟s, a bay wide, full height (1no: Glazed façade; 1 no sandwich panel
façade; 1 no entrance facade)
(b) Typical internal mall bay with internal floor, wall and ceiling finishes,shop bulkhead and
balustrade
(c) Public toilets complete

20.21 SPARES
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In addition to all normal spares rquired for engineering services and the like or as may be specified
in the Tender Documents the following additional materials shall be provided by the Contractor to
the Employer as spares:-

a) Not less than the equivalent of 5% of the finished area of each type (size and colour) of Mall floor
tile / stone or the like including skirtings (applicable for total finished floor areas under 500 sq m)


b) Not less than the equivalent of 3% of the finished area of each type (size and colour) of Mall floor
tile / stone or the like including skirtings (applicable for total finished floor areas over 500 sq m)


c) Not less than 10 square metres of each type of wall or ceiling finish
20.22 HOARDING, FENCES, SCREENS, ETC.
The Main Contractor shall provide and maintain (including relocations as requested) all temporary
hoardings, barriers, screens, planked walkways, guard rails, gantries, fences and the like for the
proper execution of the Contract works and for the protection of others working at the Site, the public
and the project in addition to any hoardings and screens specifically noted in the tender
documentation.

A 2 metre high hoarding will be erected around the perimeter of the site in steel construction, set in
concrete blocks, painted both sides with oil based paint, in colours as agreed with the Project
Manager. At regular intervals viewing areas will be allowed within the hoarding for the general
public‟s benefit. This hoarding will allow for steel mesh access gates into the site, all necessary
lighting to protect the general public. No fly posting will be allowed to the hoarding. No advertising
will be allowed to the perimeter hoarding, without the permission of the Project Manager


Allowance is to be made for weekly cleaning and re-decorating, when required by the Project
Manager
Timber sleepers, will be required around the hoarding perimeter, for traffic protection purpose. Also
adequately lit boarded walkways with protective gantries above will be required to the hoarding
perimeter for use of the general public.
20.22 TRAFFIC / POLICE REGULATIONS
The Main Contractor shall allow for liaising with the Police and Highway Authorities and any other
relevant authority in the formulation and implementation for complying with any relevant regulation or
stipulation in respect thereof, and shall inform the Project Manager accordingly. The Main Contractor
shall submit with his tender a full and detailed statement of his proposals together with details of the
plant to be used and any temporary works to be undertaken in connection therewith. Allow for
keeping all public roads to the site, free from mud etc, (twice a day clean).


20.23 PROTECTION OF FINISHED WORK
The Main Contractor will be held entirely responsible for the adequacy of the protection afforded and
he shall make good or re-execute any damaged work at his own expense. The Main Contractor may
be required to leave the protection described after completion of the Contract Works and return to
remove this at a date to be agreed with the Project Manager. The Main Contractor is obligated to
ensure that his (and his Sub-Contractors) operatives take reasonable precautions to avoid
damaging other works.

20.24 VISITS
Allowance in the form of train/air fares, taxi fares, accommodation, meals, etc.) is also to be included
for all necessary visits for the Client/Consultants team within Slovakia, to the Sub-Contractors
offices, works, material suppliers and other companies involved in the project. For journey over 200
km from Bratislava, air tickets are to be provided.

20.25 WHEEL WASH / BOOT WASH
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The Main Contractor is to provide and maintain mechanically operated wheel wash facilities, for use
by all vehicles, entering and leaving the site. Provide boot washing facilities for all workers,
consultants and visitors to the Project Managers requirements.
20.26 TEMPORARY ROADS
The Main Contractor is to provide maintain and remove on complete all temporary roads and
hardstanding including traffic directions, signs, temporary fencing, timbers, etc. provided for carrying
out the works; detailed to be submitted with his Method Statement to the Project Manager.


20.27 FIRE PRECAUTIONS
The Main Contractor is to provide all necessary fire precautionary methods, (e.g. fire extinguishes
(water, powder, CO2), hose points for the fire brigade connections, etc. in accordance with the
requirements of the Project Manger.
Evacuation routes are to be well marked, with adequate signage.
20.28 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
The Main Contractor is to provide a named person as a Liaison Officer, responsible for all
monitoring Environmental issues on the site, external to the site and those affecting the general
public, adjoining owners, etc. and resolving all issues arising.
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