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S.No. 1 2 Particulars FOREWORD GENERAL NOTES FOR ROAD WORKS Page 3 5-9

CHAPTER-1- CARRIAGE AND SUPPLY OF MATERIAL

10-11

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

CHAPTER-2- SITE CLEARANCE CHAPTER-3- EARTH WORK, EROSION CONTROL AND DRAINAGE CHAPTER-4- SUB-BASES, BASE COURSE (NONBITUMINOUS) AND SHOULDERS CHAPTER-5- BASES AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) CHAPTER-6- CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENTS CHAPTER-7- GEOSYNTHETICS AND REINFORCEMENT EARTH CHAPTER-8- TRAFFIC SIGNS, MARKINGS & OTHER ROAD APPURTENANCES CHAPTER-9- PIPE CULVERTS CHAPTER-10- MAINTENANCE OF ROADS CHAPTER-11- HORTICULTURE STANDARD TABLES

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OFFICE OF THE ENGINEER-IN CHIEF, PWD SIRPUR BHAVAN , RAIPUR (CG)


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SCHEDULE OF RATES FOR ROAD WORKS IN P.W.D.CHHATTISGARH

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Raipur dated 1/04/10

FOREWORD
1) The old schedule of rates for road works was prepared in 2008 and was in force w.e.f. 1/4/2009.
Since then the rates of labour material and P.O.L. have changed considerably. As such this schedule of rates has been revised taking into consideration the current rates for labour materials and P.O.L.

2) The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has revised the specification for road & bridge
works in August 2001 (IVth Revision). "Standard Data Book for Analysis of Rates" of Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, has also been published by Indian Roads Congress. These specifications and SOR based on Standard Data Book are being adopted generally by all the States of India and hence the New S.O.R. has been prepared keeping in view the specifications of Road and Bridge works (IVth Revision) and on the basis of the Standard Data Book of MoRT&Hs. 3) This S.O.R. has been prepared on the basis of the "Standard Data Book for Analysis of Rates" of Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, published by Indian Roads Congress. Few of the Items which do not find place in the Standard Data Book for Analysis of Rates have also been included in the new S.O.R. as these are required and provided in the old S.O.R.

4) This schedule of rates (SOR) for Road works is brought in force with effect from
1st April, 2010 This SOR shall be applicable for maintenance and construction of roads and culverts in entire Public Works Department in Chhattisgarh.

5) Some items have been modified in their nomenclature as per requirements. The description of the
items is kept according to Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Government of India, "Specifications for Road and Bridge works" (IVth Revision) published by the Indian Roads Congress. 6) Standard Tables given in the specifications are annexed with the S.O.R., so as to facilitate easy reference to the specifications during execution. 7) I would like to commend Er D.K. Pradhan, Chief Engineer Er K.K.Pipri Chief Engineer, Er.A.K. Mandhan, Superintending Engineer and Er. V.K. Runijha Executive Engineer who have contributed considerably towards bringing out this schedule of rates into effect. I would also like to commend all those who have helped a lot directly or indirectly in bringing out this schedule of rates. 8) Suggestions, if any, towards further improvement to this Schedule of Rates for Road and Bridge works will be highly welcomed.

(Er.P.K. JANWADE) Engineer-in-Chief, Public Works Department Raipur ( C.G.)

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GENERAL NOTES
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(a)

"Specifications" would refer to the "Specifications for road and bridge works" (4th Revision) published by the Indian roads Congress August'2001, on behalf of the Government of India, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways. "Clause" would refer to clauses of the specifications referred to in note (a) above. "Engineer-in-charge" would refer to the Executive Engineer of the division for the time being. "Table" would refer to the table of the aforesaid specifications.

(b) (c) (d) 2) 3)

The rates of all items include element of setting out and carrying out the work in narrow or part width of road, where directed. In the absence of any stipulation to the contrary, unit rates for different items of works are for completing the works to the specifications I/c full compensation for all operations detailed in the relevant sections of the specifications under "Rates". The rates are to be considered as the full inclusive rate for the finished work covering all labour, material, royalties, lease, rent, wastage, temporary work, plant, equipment, overhead charges and profit, unless specified otherwise. Mode of measurements shall be as per provisions contained in the relevant clauses of the specifications unless specified otherwise. The rates are inclusive of the element of hire and running charges of all types of plant, machinery and equipment required to complete the work unless specified otherwise. Royalty, octroi-duty , commercial and all other taxes are included in the rates. (i) (ii) The rates include making arrangement of traffic as per clause No.112 except for initial treatment to verge, shoulders and construction of diversion. The rates do not include the work of boring and trial pits, which are to be measured and paid separately. Cost of drums would be charged extra in case of supply of bitumen in packed drums at Rs.150/- each and Rs.400/- each for the drum of bitumen and emulsion respectively if these materials are supplied departmentally. Bitumen and modified bitumen shall be obtained from approved petroleum refineries. The use of PMB-40/NRMB will be taken in the estimate after written permission of Chief Engineer. Only 60/70 grade bitumen will be used in all bituminous works unless specified otherwise.

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(i)

(ii) (iii) (iv)

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Theoretical consumption of bitumen shall be worked out on the basis of the following densities : (1) For Bituminous macadam using black basalt/granite-- 2.20 gm/cc (2) For Bituminous macadam using lime stone -- 2.00 gm/cc (3) Bituminous concrete, Dense bituminous concrete and semi dense bituminous concrete -- as per job mix formula.

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For profile corrective course up to 50 mm thickness bituminous macadam with Grading-2 material with 3.1% bitumen shall be provided. B.U.S.G. shall be used in case the thickness required for profile corrective course is more than 50 mm. The rates also include the element of testing of samples of various materials brought by the contractor for use on the work as well as other tests for items of work as stipulated in the specifications as per clause 903 and its sub-clauses of specifications for road and bridge works of MORT&H (4th revision). Frequency of such tests to be carried out must not be less than the prescribed frequencies. Copies from Registers containing records of tests shall have to be presented along with running account bills. A record of actual consumption of materials like , bitumen,cement,steeel etc.be maintained at site and copy submitted along with each running bills and the same should be cross checked with theoretical consumption before making payment. Register (Original) shall have to be submitted along with the final bill. Tests shall have to be conducted for the contractor's material by his Engineers under the supervision of the Engineer-in-charge or his authorized representatives in the field laboratory established by the contractor. However, the Engineer-in Charge may direct to carry out tests in the departmental laboratory or any approved laboratory for which the testing charges will be paid by the contractor or may be deducted from bills .Before making any payment it will be the responsibility of the officer making payment to ensure that all tests as per prescribed frequencies have been carried out and the results are well within the scope of permissible limits. The section 900 of the specification mentions "as required" against some of the tests. To stave off disputes the following frequencies are specified :(a) Deleterious One test per 500 Cum. or part thereof. material. (b) C.B.R. -----do------

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It will not be obligatory on the part of the Engineer-in-charge to provide any assistance in obtaining lease/permits for extraction of minor minerals. The contractor will not be entitled to any excuse whatsoever on account of any delays in obtaining minor minerals to be used on the work. For comprehensive items, quantities of aggregates, screenings, granular materials and binding materials etc. indicated in the specifications are loose. No extras on account of any voids or bulk ages etc. will be paid separately. Where it is proposed only to supply, transport and stack the mineral aggregates for use in pavement courses, the quantities indicated in the specifications shall be supplied but payment for the same shall be regulated on the basis of volumes to be computed after deductions specified in clause 514.5. The stacking will have to be in a trapezoidal section having base 1.5 M., top width 0.5 M. and height 0.5 M. The length should be as long as conveniently possible.

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For items Granular Sub base, W.B.M.,B.U.S.G.,Surface Dressing and seal coat Type-A the aggregates shall be stacked at site by the contractor which will be recorded in the measurement book and 100% check will be affected by the Sub Divisional Officer prior to their use on work. No separate payment shall be made for stacking as the same is deemed to be inclusive in the rate of these items. The rates shall be reduced by 3% if sensor paver finisher is not used in the bituminous work executed over full pavement width. The above shall not be applicable for patch repair works where profile correction is not required. For construction of reinforced earth retaining wall, back filling shall be paid separately as per Chapter-3 "Earth work, erosion control and drainage" Metal to be used for all bituminous courses and cement concrete shall be crushed in mechanical crushers. If any work is found to be sub-standard, but the Engineer-in-charge is of the opinion that the same can be accepted at a reduced rate, then the Engineer-in-charge shall submit proposals for the same, supported by an analysis i.e. justification of such reduction, through a D.O. letter to the Superintending Engineer concerned, to obtain his approval expeditiously (ordinarily within 15 days). The approved analysis along with orders of the Superintending Engineer should be appended to the final bill of the contractor. Rotavator or similar approved equipment capable of mixing the material to the desired degree is compulsory for mixing the graded material. The C.B.R.for sub grade soil ( 500 mm below the sub base ) shall not be less than 5%. The use of vibratory roller is essential for all the items where ever compaction/consolidation is to be done with rollers unless specified otherwise. For narrow and restricted areas plate compactors shall be used for compaction to achieve the desired density. The surface regularity of the completed sub-grade, sub-base, base courses, widening of surfaces and bituminous courses in the longitudinal and transverse directions shall be within the tolerances indicated in the table 900-1 of the specifications. For checking, specifications clause 902 shall apply. Failure to rectify the same will call for similar action as provided for in note 18 above. The work of shoulders must precede the work of sub-base and base courses and succeed the bituminous courses and cement concrete pavement. The rates for shoulders includes the operation of cleaning and scrapping of deleterious material and preparing of surface in 4% camber before laying of material for construction of shoulders.

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Rates for the items of Semi dense bituminous concrete , bituminous concrete and dense bituminous macadam are based on the bitumen percentage in these items. Additional bitumen required as per job mix formula will have to be taken into account and be accommodated by the contractors in their tender rates. No separate payment shall be made on this account. a) b) Rates of items would apply for work order/piece work system also. Rates payable for any work to be done departmentally on work order/piece work may either be at-par or below rates in this SOR. Rates for transportation in Chapter No. 1 of "Carriage of Material" include :i) Loading and unloading into transport vehicle with incidental leads up to 100 M. at each place and all lifts. Stacking at suitable places as directed by the Engineer-in-charge, the weights of the container of any material shall be ignored.

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28)

The measurements of rock excavation are to be done as per clause 301.8. However, if the excavated rock is utilized by conversion into aggregates also, then a deduction at the rate of 45% shall be made from the stacked quantity of aggregates. To compute the volumes of rock excavation size of the stacks should be as large as convenient.

29)

Rubble available from excavation of hard rock, shall be used for conversion into coarse aggregates or for other constructions and shall be issued to the contractor at Rs.150 per cubic meter of rock excavated. Wherever an existing boulder soling or WBM pavement is required to be excavated, it shall be presumed that the following quantities of rubble and coarse aggregates would be available for re-use and issued to the contractor at the rate indicated against each :a) b) Rubble :- 1 Cubic meter of rubble for every cubic meter of excavated boulder soling @Rs.135 per cubic meter of soling. Coarse Aggregate: - 1.10 Cubic meter for every cubic meter of excavated WBM @ Rs.150 per cubic meter of excavated WBM. (Excavated WBM should be screened to segregate metal from moorum before re-use).

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31)

The contractor will carry out dismantling of utilities under the supervision of the concerned department with prior information to the users. The actual quantities of materials shall be as per job mix formula for bituminous works.

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For each compacted cubic meter of items of bituminous, base and surface courses the approximate loose quantities required will be 1.35 cubic meter unless other wise specified. Only cement of required specifications at the rate of 2% by weight of total aggregate will be used as filler for bituminous work wherever filler is to be provided. Lime will not be used as filler. The pavement camber or cross fall shall be provided as per provisions of IRC-73-1980. The prime coat must be used over all granular surface before the use of tack coat. The girth of trees shall be measured at 1.00 Meter (One Meter) above ground level. Rates of site clearance include jungle clearance leveling and dressing. All wood obtained from the tree shall be property of the government and shall be deposited at P.W.D. store as per direction of Engineer-in-Charge. Latest I.R.C. Codes shall be followed. In case of any contradiction in the provisions of the specifications and this schedule of rates, the provisions of the S.O.R. would take precedence. The basic rates at site for important materials considered in this S.O.R. are as follows : (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Bitumen 30/40 grade -Bitumen 60/70 grade -Bitumen 80/100 grade -Bitumen emulsion -C.R.M.B.- 60 -Rs41605.00 per M.T. Rs.37823.00 per M.T. Rs36861.00 per M.T. Rs35838.00 per M.T. Rs. 39589.00 per M.T.

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CHAPTER- 1 CARRIAGE AND SUPPLY OF MATERIALS


Item No. 1.1 i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) 1.2 Descriptions (Volume to be computed as per provisions in clause 514) Transportation of metal For a lead upto 1 Km. For a lead upto 2 Km. For a lead upto 3 Km. For a lead upto 4 Km. For a lead upto 5 Km. Beyond 5 Kms. and upto 10 Kms. (Add for every 1 Km.) Beyond 10 Kms. and upto 20 Kms. (Add for every 1 Km.) Beyond 20 Kms. and upto 50 Kms. (Add for every 1 Km.) Beyond 50 Kms. (Add for every 1 Km.) Transportation of different other material Unit Rate

Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum.

56.00 58.00 59.00 61.00 63.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 1.00

a) Flag Stone/cut stone b) Masonry stones c) Rubble d) Loose moorum/sand/earth/surkhi/cement/stone dust/hot mix asphalt material e) Excavated/compacted ordinary & other soil measured as per clause 301.8, 304.4 and 305.8 f) Excavated ordinary rock measured as per clause 304.4

Rate as %age of metal transportation rates Cum. 40% above Cum. 75% above Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. M.T. R.M. R.M. M.T. R.M. R.M. 15% above 10% below 20% above 90% above 7.5% below 1.5% of metal 0.75% of metal 5% above 80% of metal 110% of metal

Coal/fuel wood/Iron work/steel/G.I. Sheets/ pipes/ lime/machinery etc. h) 150 mm dia ballies i) 75/100 mm diameter ballies j) Tar/paints/bitumen etc. k) Hume pipe/NP4 i) 1000mm dia ii) 1200mm dia 1.3 Transportation by trucks on hire i) Trucks hired for full load excluding loading/unloading and stacking for items not covered above for distances: a) Up to 10 kms. b) Beyond 10 Kms. and up to 50 Kms. add extra over a) above c) Beyond 50 Kms. add extra over b) above. ii) Loading of trucks iii) Unloading of trucks and stacking

g)

Per Km. Per Km. Per Km. Cum. Cum.

27.00 19.00 17.00 54.00 54.00

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Item No. 1.4 i) ii) iii) iv)

Descriptions Hire charges for machineries : Tractor with trolley Tractor mounted water tanker Truck mounted water tanker Crane for lifting a) 40 T capacity b) 80 T capacity Hydraulic excavator of 1.0 Cum bucket Road rollers : (a) Smooth wheeled roller 8 T (b) Tandem Road roller (C) Pneumatic Road roller d) Vibratory roller Tipper Truck Generators : a) 33 KVA b) 63 KVA c) 100 KVA Paver Finisher Mechanical Supply of mineral aggregate like broken stone/crushed stone (crushed in mechanical crusher) as per clause 514 at road site including all lead and stacking etc. complete. 75 mm standard size broken stone 63 mm standard size broken stone 45 mm standard size broken stone 45 mm standard size Crushed stone 22.4 mm standard size Crushed stone 13.2 mm standard size Crushed stone 11.2 mm standard size Crushed stone 6.7 mm standard size Crushed stone Supply as per clause 5.14 including all lead and stacking etc. complete Crusher stone dust (clause 507.2.3) Sand/Shingle/Kanker/Laterite Moorum In case of suitable binding material having a P.I. Value of less than 6 is not available within reasonable distances. The contractor (at his own cost) may add an admixture of lime to lower down the P.I. to bring it within the above range. A factor of safety of 2 should be applied to the results of laboratory to decide the percentage of lime to be added. Supply transportation and stacking of hot premixed bituminous macadam using crushed aggregate of grading -1 confirming to clause 504 with binder content 3.1% by weight of from hot mix plant site to site inclusive of all leads. (For this item prior permission of C.E. shall be obtained)

Unit Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour

Rate 257.00 434.00 784.00 715.00 1072.00 840.00 327.00 819.00 882.00 1093.00 220.00 205.00 220.00 264.00 523.00 692.00

v) vi)

vii) viii) ix)

x) 1.5 i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) 1.6 i) ii) iii) Note:

Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum.

639.00 678.00 710.00 820.00 843.00 790.00 738.00 423.00

Cum. Cum. Cum.

42300 510.00 283.00

1.7

Cum.

4313.00

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CHAPTER 2 SITE CLEARANCE


Item No. 2.1 Descriptions Cutting of trees, including cutting of trunks, branches and removal of stumps, roots, stacking of serviceable material with all lifts and up to a lead of 1000 mtrs and earth filling in the depression/pit and as per relevant clauses of section-200 for :Girth from 300 mm to 600 mm Girth beyond 600 mm to 900 mm Girth beyond 900 mm to 1800 mm Girth above 1800 mm Clearing Grass and Removal of Rubbish (clearing grass and removal of rubbish up to a distance of 50 meters outsite the periphery of the area) Clearing and grubbing road land including uprooting rank vegetation, grass, bushes, shrubs, saplings and trees girth up to 300 mm, removal of stumps of trees cut earlier and disposal of unserviceable materials and stacking of serviceable material to be used or auctioned up to a lead of 1000 meters including removal and disposal of top organic soil not exceeding 150 mm in thickness if required and as per relevant clauses of section200. In area of light jungle In area of thorny jungle Dismantling of existing structures like culverts, bridges, retaining walls and other structure comprising of masonry, cement concrete, wood work, steel work, including T&P and scaffolding wherever necessary, sorting the dismantled material, disposal of unserviceable material and stacking the serviceable material with all lifts and lead up to 1000 meters and as per relevant clauses of section-200 in Lime / Cement Concrete Lime Concrete, cement concrete grade M-10 and below Cement Concrete Grade M-15 & M-20 Prestressed / Reinforced cement concrete grade M-20 & above Brick / Tile work In lime mortar In cement mortar In mud mortar Dry brick pitching or brick soling Stone Masonry Rubble stone masonry in lime mortar Rubble stone masonry in cement mortar. Rubble Stone Masonry in mud mortar. Dry rubble masonry Stone pitching/ dry stone spalls. Boulders laid in wire crates including opening of crates and stacking dismantled materials. Descriptions Unit Rate (Rs.)

i) ii) iii) iv) 2.2 2.3

each each each each hectare

107.00 205.00 377.00 696.00 6505.00

A B 2.4

hectare hectare

19806.00 26603.00

(i) A B C (ii) A B C D (iii) A B C D E F Item No.

cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum Unit

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(iv) Wood work wrought framed and fixed in frames of trusses upto a height of 5 m above plinth level. (v) Steel work in all types of sections up to a height of 5 m above plinth level excluding cutting of rivet. A Including dismembering B Excluding dismembering. C Extra over item No( V ) A and( V ) B for cutting rivets. (vi) Scraping of bricks dismantled from brick work including stacking. A In lime/Cement mortar B In mud mortar (vii) A B (viii) (ix) A B 2.5 Scraping of Stone from dismantled stone masonry In cement and lime mortar In Mud mortar Scraping plaster in lime or cement mortar from brick/ stone masonry Removing all type of hume pipes and stacking within a lead up to 1000 meters including earthwork and dismantling of masonry works around pipes. Up to 1000 mm dia Above 1000 mm dia Dismantling of flexible pavements and disposal of dismantled materials up to a lead of 1000 meters, stacking serviceable and unserviceable materials separately and as per relevant clauses of section-200. Bituminous courses Granular courses Dismantling of cement concrete pavement i/c breaking to pieces not exceeding 0.02 cum in volume and stock piling at designated locations and disposal of dismantled materials up to a lead upto 1000 meters, stacking serviceable and unserviceable materials separately and as per relevant clauses of section-200. Dismantling guard rails by manual means and disposal of dismantled material with all lifts and up to a lead upto 1000 meters, stacking serviceable materials and unserviceable materials separately and as per relevant clauses of section-200. Dismantling kerb stone by manual means and disposal of dismantled material with all lifts and up to a lead upto 1000 meter and as per relevant clauses of section-200. Dismantling kerb stone channel by manual means and disposal of dismantled material with all lifts and up to a lead upto 1000 meter and as per relevant clauses of section-200 .

cum

223.00

tonne tonne each

526.00 404.00 4.00

1000 No. 1000 No. cum cum sqm

455.00 163.00 183.00 39.00 6.00

meter meter

19400 258.00

A B 2.6

cum cum cum

306.00 226.00 817.00

2.7

meter

34.00

2.8

meter

8.00

2.9

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Item No. 2.10

Descriptions Dismantling of kilometer stone including cutting of earth, foundation and disposal of dismantled material with all lifts and lead upto 1000 m and back filling of pit.

Unit

Rate (Rs.)

A B C 2.11

5th KM stone Ordinary KM Stone Hectometer Stone Dismantling of barbed wire fencing/ wire mesh fencing including posts, foundation concrete, back filling of pit by manual means including disposal of dismantled material with all lifts and up to a lead of 1000 meters, stacking serviceable material and unserviceable material separately. Dismantling of CI water pipe line 600 mm dia including disposal with all lifts and lead up to 1000 meters and stacking of serviceable material and unserviceable material separately under supervision of concerned department.

each each each meter

154.00 94.00 19.00 18.00

2.12

meter

50.00

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CHAPTER- 3 EARTH WORK, EROSION CONTROL AND DRAINAGE


Item No. 3.1 Descriptions Excavation for roadway in soil using including loading in truck for carrying of cut earth to embankment site with all lifts and lead upto1000 meters as per relevant clauses of section 300. Excavation in ordinary rock including loading in a truck and carrying of excavated material to embankment site with in all lifts and leads upto 1000 meters as per relevant clauses of section 300. Excavation in Hard Rock (requiring blasting) with disposal upto 1000 meters (Excavation for roadway in hard rock (requiring blasting) by drilling, blasting and breaking, trimming of bottom and side slopes in accordance with requirements of lines, grades and cross sections, loading and disposal of cut road with in all lifts and leads up to 1000 meters as per relevant clauses of section 300. Excavation in Hard Rock (blasting prohibited) (Excavation for roadway in hard rock (blasting prohibited) with rock breakers including breaking rock, loading in tippers and disposal within all lifts and lead upto 1000 meters, trimming bottom and side slopes in accordance with requirements of lines, grades and cross sections as per relevant clauses of section 300. Excavation in Hard Rock (controlled blasting) with disposal upto 1000 meters (Excavation for roadway in hard rock with controlled blasting by drilling, blasting and breaking, trimming of bottom and side slopes in accordance with requirements of lines, grades and cross sections, loading and disposal of cut road with in all lifts and leads up to 1000 meters as per relevant clauses of section 300. Excavation in Marshy Soil (Excavation for roadway in marshy soil with hydraulic excavator 0.9 cum bucket capacity including cutting and loading in tippers and disposal with in all lifts and lead upto 1000 meters, trimming of bottom and side slopes in accordance with requirements of lines, grades and cross sections.) Removal of Unserviceable Soil with Disposal up to 1000 meters (Removal of unserviceable soil including excavation, loading and disposal up to 1000 meters lead but excluding replacement by suitable soil which shall be paid separately as per clause 305.) Scarifying Existing Granular Surface to a Depth of 50 mm (Scarifying the existing granular road surface to a depth of 50 mm and disposal of scarified material within all lifts and leads up to 1000 meters. ) Scarifying existing bituminous surface to a depth of 50 mm (Scarifying the existing bituminous road surface to a depth of 50 mm and disposal of scarified material with in all lifts and lead up to 1000 meters.) Unit cum Rate 106.00

3.2

cum

127.00

3.3

cum

181.00

3.4

cum

141.00

3.5

cum

279.00

3.6

cum

3300

3.7

cum

30.00

3.8

sqm

11.00

3.9

sqm

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Item No. 3.10

Descriptions Construction of embankment / sub grade with Material Obtained from Borrow Pits (Construction of embankment with approved material/selected soil having C.B.R. > 5 (unless specified otherwise in the contract) obtained from borrow pits with all lifts and leads, transporting to site, spreading, grading to required slope and compacting to meet requirement of table 300-2) Construction of Embankment with Material Deposited from Roadway Cutting (Construction of embankment with approved materials deposited at site from roadway cutting and excavation from drain and foundation of other structures graded and compacted to meet requirement of table 300-2)

Unit cum

Rate 145.00

3.11

cum

71.00

3.12 Compacting Original Ground ( i ) Compacting Original Ground supporting sub grade Loosening of the ground upto a level of 500 mm below the subgrade level , watered, graded and compacted in layers to meet requirement of table 300-2 for sub grade construction . ( ii ) Compacting Original Ground supporting embankment Loosening, leveling and compacting original ground to facilitate placement of first layer of embankment , scarified to a depth of 150 mm , mixed with water at O.M.C.and then compacted by rolling so as to achieve minimum dry density as given in table 300-2 for embankment construction. 3.13 Surface Drains in Soil (Construction of unlined surface drains of average cross sectional area 0.40 sqm in soil to specified lines, grades, levels and dimensions to the requirement of clause 301 and 309. Excavated material to be used in embankment within a lead of 50 meters (average lead 25 meters)) Surface Drains in Ordinary Rock (Construction of unlined surface drain of average cross sectional area 0.4 sqm in ordinary rock to specified lines, grades, levels and dimensions as per approved design and to the requirement of clause 301 to 309. Excavated material to be used in embankment at site.) Sub Surface Drains with Perforated Pipe (Construction of subsurface drain with perforated pipe of 100 mm internal diameter of cement concrete closely jointed, perforations ranging from 3 mm to 6 mm depending upon size of material surrounding the pipe, with 150 mm bedding below the pipe and 300 mm cushion above the pipe, cross section of excavation 450 x 550 mm. Excavated material to be utilized in roadway at site ) Aggregate Sub- Surface Drains (Construction of aggregate sub surface drain 300 mm x 450 mm with aggregates conforming to table 300-4, excavated material to be utilized in roadway )

cum

45.00

cum

25.00

meter

38.00

3.14

meter

77.00

3.15

meter

345.00

3.16

meter

65.00

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tem No. 3.17

Descriptions

Unit meter

Rate 3084.00

Construction of RCC open drain (i) Construction of RCC open drain 1 m x 1m inside dimension lined with 150 mm thick RCC M-20 walls, 150 mm thick CC M-20 foundation, over 100 mm thick (Av) leveling course in PCC M-15 including excavation , dressing of sides and bottom, provision of HYSD reinforcement consisting 10 mm dia horizontal bars @ 150 mm c/c and L-shaped 10 mm dia vertical bars @ 150 mm c/c (L=1400 mm) including cutting , bending and binding wire, placing in position ,providing shuttering and concreting by using concrete mixer, compaction by vibration etc complete as per drawings and technical specifications. (ii) Construction of RCC open drain 0.6 m x 0.6 m inside dimension lined with 120 mm thick RCC M-20 walls, 120 mm thick CC M-20 foundation, over 100 mm thick (Av) leveling course in PCC M-15 including excavation , dressing of sides and bottom, provision of HYSD reinforcement consisting 8 mm dia horizontal bars @ 150 mm c/c and L-shaped 8 mm dia vertical bars @ 150 mm c/c (L= 800 mm) including cutting , bending and binding wire, placing in position , providing shuttering and concreting by using concrete mixer, compaction by vibration etc complete as per drawings and technical specifications. (iii) Providing and laying 15 cm ( Average ) thickness hammered dressed dry stone V-shaped road side surface drains as per MORT&Hs specifications with all leads and lifts complete. ( Refer to Manual for Hill Roads IRC SP 48:1998.) 3.18 Construction of Rock fill Embankment (Construction of rock fill embankment with broken hard rock fragments obtained from roadway excavation of size not exceeding 300 mm laid in layers not exceeding 500 mm thick including filling of surface voids with stone spalls, blinding top layer with granular material, rolled with vibratory road roller, all complete as per clause 313) 3.19 Embankment Construction with Fly ash/Pond ash available from coal or lignite burning Thermal Plants as waste material. (Construction of embankment with fly ash conforming to table 1 of IRC: SP: 58 - 2001 obtained from coal or lignite burning thermal power stations as waste material, spread and compacted in layer of 200mm thickness each at OMC, all as specified in IRC: SP: 58-2001 and as per approved plans.) 3.20 Providing and laying aggregate and sand cover for aggregate drains with all leads and lifts as per clause 309.3.6 ( only aggregate crushed in mechanical crusher shall be used and measurement from outer ends of sand cover.) 3.21 Providing Chute drains consisting of NP-2 RCC half round, 300 mm dia pipes , laid over block of C.C. 1:3:6 ( 20mm and down aggregates ) size 450 mm x 265 mm laid over filter media ( measured and paid separately ) including all false work etc. complete.

meter

1846.00

sqm

237.00

cum

41.00

cum

206.00

cum

525.00

meter

1152.00

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CHAPTER - 4 SUB-BASES, BASES ( NON- BITUMINOUS) AND SHOULDERS Item No. 4.1 Descriptions Granular Sub-base as per Table:- 400-1 Construction of granular sub-base by providing close graded Material, , carriage of mixed Material to work site, spreading in uniform layers with motor grader on prepared surface watering, rolling and compacting with vibratory power roller at OMC to achieve the desired density, complete as per clause 401 Plant mix method for grading- I Material for grading- II Material for grading-III Material By Mix in place method Disintegrated rock i.e moorum having CBR value not less than 20 and P.I. and L.L. not more than 6 and 20 respectively. Unit Rate

A (i) (ii) (iii) B

cum cum cum Cum cum

921.00 919.00 734.00 443.00 273.00

4.2

Lime Stabilization for Improving Sub grade (Laying and spreading available soil in the sub grade on a prepared surface, pulverizing, mixing the spread soil in place with rotavator with 3 % slaked lime having minimum content of 70% of CaO, grading with motor grader and compacting with the road roller at OMC to the desired density to form a layer of improved sub grade) 4.3 Lime Treated Soil for Sub- Base (Providing, laying and spreading soil on a prepared sub grade, pulverizing, mixing the spread soil in place with rotavator with 3 % slaked lime with minimum content of 70% of CaO, grading with motor grader and compacting with the road roller at OMC to achieve at least 98%of the max dry density to form a layer of sub base.) 4.4 Cement Treated Soil Sub Base/ Base (Providing, laying and spreading soil on a prepared sub grade, pulverizing, adding the designed quantity of cement to the spread soil, mixing in place with rotavator, grading with the motor grader and compacting with the road roller at OMC to achieve the desired unconfined compressive strength and to form a layer of sub-base/base.) 4.5 Cement Treated Crushed Rock or combination as per clause 403.2 and table 400.4in Sub base/ Base (Providing, laying and spreading Material on a prepared sub grade, adding the designed quantity of cement to the spread Material, mixing in place with rotavator, grading with the motor grader and compacting with the road roller at OMC to achieve the desired unconfined compressive strength and to form a layer of subbase/base.) (i) For Sub-Base course (ii) For Base course 4.6 Making 50 mm x 50 mm Furrows (Making 50 mm x 50 mm furrows, 25mm deep, 450 mm to the center line of the road and at one meter interval in the existing thin bituminous wearing coarse including sweeping and disposal of excavated material within 1000 meters lead) (i) 25 mm deep furrow cutting (ii) 50 mm deep furrow cutting
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cum

342.00

cum

513.00

cum cum

1269.00 1073.00

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Item No. 4.7

Descriptions Inverted Choke (Construction of inverted choke by providing, laying, spreading and compacting screening B type/ coarse sand of specified grade in uniform layer on a prepared surface with motor grader and compacting with power roller etc) Water Bound Macadam (Providing, laying, spreading and compacting stone aggregates of specific sizes to water bound macadam specification including spreading in uniform thickness, hand packing, rolling with vibratory roller 8-10 tonnes in stages to proper grade and camber, applying and brooming requisite type of screening/ binding Materials to fill up the interstices of coarse aggregate, watering and compacting to the required density.) Grading- II (Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel) Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel Using Screening Type-A (13.2mm Agg.) Using Screening Type-B (11.2mm Agg.) Grading- III (Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel) Using Screening Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel Using Screening Type-B (11.2mm Agg.) Crushed Cement Concrete Sub-base / Base (Breaking and crushing of material obtained by breaking damaged cement concrete slabs to size range not exceeding 75 mm as specified in table 400.7 transporting the aggregates obtained from breaking of cement concrete slabs., laying and compacting the same as sub base/ base course, constructed as WBM to clause 404 except the use of screening or binding Material.) Penetration Coat Over Top Layer of Crushed Cement Concrete Base (Spraying of bitumen over cleaned dry surface of crushed cement concrete base at the rate of 25 kg per 10 sqm by a bitumen pressure distributor, spreading of key aggregates at the rate of 0.13 cum per 10 sqm by a mechanical gritter and rolling the surface as per clause 506.3.8) Wet Mix Macadam (Providing, laying, spreading and compacting graded stone aggregate to wet mix macadam specification including premixing the Material with water at OMC in mechanical mix plant carriage of mixed Material by tipper to site, laying in uniform layers with paver in sub- base / base course on well prepared surface and compacting with vibratory roller to achieve the desired density.) Construction of Median and Island with Soil Taken from Roadway Cutting (Construction of Median and Island above road level with approved material deposited at site from roadway cutting and excavation for drain and foundation of other structures, spread, graded and compacted as per clause 407)

Unit cum

Rate 531.00

4.8

A (i) (ii) (iii) B (i) (ii) 4.9

cum cum cum

1024.00 1097.00 1138.00

cum cum cum

1024.00 1138.00 165.00

4.10

sqm

14.00

4.11

cum

909.00

4.12

cum

154.00

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Item No. 4.13

Descriptions Construction of Median and Island with Soil Taken from Borrow Areas (Construction of median and Island above road level with approved material brought from borrow pits, spread, sloped and compacted as per clause 407) Construction of Shoulders (Construction of shoulders as per clause 407 with selected soil from borrow pits / borrow areas having CBR not less than 12 and shall have L.L. and P.I. not more than 25% and 6% respectively , inclusive of all leads and lifts, including clearing and scrapping of existing surface, providing 4% camber ,compacting. watering rolling and royalty charges etc. complete. With vibratory roller With smooth wheeled roller Providing 200 mm thick ( Average ) stone paving to shoulders including dressing, leveling to camber and compacting the base etc. with : Hammer dressed stones , gaps to be filled with spalls hammered and river sand. Bricks ( laid in 100 to 112 mm thickness) of crushing strength not less than 70 kg/sq cm when tested to Indian Standards with joints filled with river sand . Footpaths and Separators (Construction of footpath/separator by providing a 150 mm compacted granular sub base as per clause 401 and 25 mm thick cement concrete grade M15, over laid with precast concrete tiles in cement mortar 1:3 including provision of all drainage arrangements but excluding kerb channel..) Providing and fixing guard stones 200 x 200 x 900 mm made of precast RCC M20 grade fixed at 300 mm into the ground in P.C.C. 1:3:6 blocks of size 400 x 400 x 400 mm and given two coats of paint with white and black bands including excavation. Providing and fixing kerb stones 100 mm thick and 600 mm wide chiesel dressed cut stones fixed in CC 1:3:6 ( block size 250 x 225 mm ) including all excavation. Providing 50 mm thick flag stone flooring including bedding in CM 1:6 over 100 mm thick CC 1:3:6 including cement pointing 1:3 dressing of stones and all excavation. Lime, Fly ash stabilized soil sub-base (Construction of Subbase using lime - fly ash admixture with granular soil, free from organic matter/ deleterious material or clayey silts and low plasticity clays having PI between 5 and 20 and liquid limit less than 25 and commercial dry lime, slaked at site or pre-slaked with CaO content not less than 50%, fly ash to conform to gradation as per clause 4.3 of IRC: 88-1984, lime + fly ash content ranging between 10 to 30%, the minimum unconfined compressive strength and CBR value after 28 days curing and 4 days soaking to be 7.5kg/sq, cm and 25% respectively, all as specified in IRC: 88-1984. )

Unit cum

Rate 222.00

4.14

A B 4.15 (i) (ii) 4.16

cum cum

177.00 168.00

sqm sqm sqm

322.00 179.00 1259.00

4.17

each

348.00

4.18 4.19 4.20

RM sqm cum

209.00 508.00 343.00

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CHAPTER- 5 BASES AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Item No. 5.1 Descriptions Prime coat (Providing and applying primer coat with bitumen emulsion on prepared surface of granular Base including clearing of road surface and spraying primer at the rate of 0.85 kg/sqm using mechanical means) Tack coat Providing and applying tack coat with bitumen emulsion using emulsion pressure distributor on the prepared bituminous/granular surface cleaned with mechanical broom and as per clause 503 of section 500 (i) Normal bituminous surface @ 0.25 kg / Sqm (ii) Dry and hungry bituminous surfaces/ granular surfaces treated with primes @ 0.30 kg / Sqm (iii) (Non- bituminous surface) Granular base not primed @ 0.40 kg / Sqm (iv) (Non-bituminous surface) Cement concrete @ 0.35 kg/ Sqm Tack coat Providing and applying tack coat with bitumen using pressure distributor on the prepared bituminous/granular surface cleaned with mechanical broom . (i) Normal bituminous surface @ 0.35 kg / Sqm (ii) Granular surfaces treated with primes @ 0.45 kg / Sqm (iii) (Non- bituminous surface) Cement concrete @ 0.50 kg / Sqm Bituminous Macadam (Providing and laying bituminous macadam with 60-90 TPH hot mix plant using crushed aggregates of specified grading premixed with bituminous binder, transported to site, laid over a previously prepared surface with paver finisher to the required grade, level and alignment and rolled as per clauses 501.6 and 501.7 to achieve the desired compaction) With sensor paver finisher for Grading I(40 mm nominal size, bitumen content 3.25% ) for Grading II (19 mm nominal size, bitumen content 3.40%) With mechanical paver finisher for Grading I(40 mm nominal size, bitumen content 3.25% ) for Grading II (19 mm nominal size, bitumen content 3.40%) Providing and laying leveling course / profile corrective course with bituminous macadam with hot mix plant using crushed aggregates of Grading-2 premixed with bituminous binder @ 3.1%,transported to site and laid over a previously prepared surface with paver finisher to the required grade, level and alignment and rolled as per clause 501.6 and 501.7 to achieve the desired compaction complete in all respect and as per relevant clause section 500. With sensor paver finisher With mechanical paver finisher Unit sqm Rate 36.00

5.2

sqm sqm sqm sqm

11.00 13.00 17.00 15.00

5.3

sqm sqm sqm

16.00 20.00 22.00

5.4

A (i) (ii) B (i) (ii) 5.5

cum cum cum cum

4647.00 4865.00 4508.00 4719.00

A B

cum cum

4246.00 4119.00

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Item No. 5.6

Descriptions Bituminous Penetration Macadam (Construction of penetration macadam over prepared Base by providing a layer of compacted crushed coarse aggregate using chips spreader with alternate applications of bituminous binder and key aggregates and rolling with a smooth wheeled steel roller 8-10 tonne capacity to achieve the desired degree of compaction)

Unit

Rate

A (i) (ii) B (i) (ii) 5.7

With sensor paver finisher 50 mm thick 75 mm thick With mechanical paver finisher 50 mm thick 75 mm thick Built-Up-Spray Grout (Providing, laying and rolling of builtup-spray grout layer over prepared base consisting of a two layer composite construction of compacted crushed coarse aggregates using motor grader for aggregates. key stone chips spreader may be used with application of bituminous binder after each layer, and with key aggregates placed on top of the second layer to serve as a Base conforming to the line, grades and cross-section specified, the compacted layer thickness being 75 mm) Built-Up-Spray Grout (Providing, laying and rolling of builtup-spray grout layer over prepared base for profile corrective course/ leveling course) Dense Graded Bituminous Macadam (Providing and laying dense bituminous macadam with 60-90 TPH HMP using crushed aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder @ 4.0 to 4.5% by weight of total mix of mix and filler, transporting the hot mix to work site, laying with a hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade, level and alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem rollers to achieve the desired compaction as per MORTH specification clause No. 507 complete in all respects.)

sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

273.00 372.00 265.00 361.00 217.00

5.8

cum

2893.00

5.9

A With sensor paver finisher (i) for Grading I(40 mm nominal size, bitumen content 4.0%) (ii) for Grading II (19 mm nominal size bitumen content 4.5%) A With mechanical paver finisher (i) for Grading I(40 mm nominal size, bitumen content 4.0%) (ii) for Grading II (19 mm nominal size bitumen content 4.5%) cum cum 5291.00 5779.00 cum cum 5455.00 5958.00

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Item No. 5.10

Descriptions Semi - Dense Bituminous Concrete (Providing and laying semi dense bituminous concrete with 60-90 TPH using crushed aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder @ 4.5 to 5 % of mix and filler, transporting the hot mix to work site, laying with a hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade, level and alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem rollers to achieve the desired compaction as per MORT&H specification clause No. 508 complete in all respects) With sensor paver finisher for Grading I (13 mm nominal size) with bitumen 4.5 % for Grading I (13 mm nominal size) with CRMB 60- 4.5 % for Grading II (10 mm nominal size) with bitumen 5.0 % for Grading II (10 mm nominal size) with CRMB 60 - 5.0% With mechanical paver finisher for Grading I (13 mm nominal size) with bitumen 4.5 % for Grading I (13 mm nominal size) with CRMB 60- 4.5 % for Grading II (10 mm nominal size) with bitumen 5.0 % for Grading II (10 mm nominal size) with CRMB 60 - 5.0% Bituminous Concrete (Providing and laying bituminous concrete with 60-90 TPH hot mix plant using crushed aggregates of specified grading, premixed with bituminous binder @ 5.0 to 6.0% of mix and filler, transporting the hot mix to work site, laying with a hydrostatic paver finisher with sensor control to the required grade, level and alignment, rolling with smooth wheeled, vibratory and tandem rollers to achieve the desired compaction as per MORTH specification clause No. 509 complete in all respects)

Unit

Rate

A (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) B (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) 5.11

cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum

5897.00 6367.00 6105.00 6598.00 5720.00 5987.00 6127.00 6419.00

A With sensor paver finisher (i) for Grading I (19 mm nominal size) with bitumen 5.5 % (ii) for Grading I(19 mm nominal size) with CRMB 60- 5.5 % (iii) for Grading II (13 mm nominal size) with bitumen 6.0 % (iv) for Grading II (13 mm nominal size) with CRMB 60- 6.0 % B With mechanical paver finisher (i) for Grading I (19 mm nominal size) with bitumen 5.5 % (ii) for Grading I(19 mm nominal size) with CRMB 60- 5.5 % (iii) for Grading II (13 mm nominal size) with bitumen 6.0 % (iv) for Grading II (13 mm nominal size) with CRMB 60- 6.0 % 5.12 Surface Dressing (Providing and laying surface dressing as wearing course in single coat using crushed stone aggregates of specified size on a layer of bituminous binder laid on prepared surface and rolling with 8-10 tonne smooth wheeled steel roller) 19 mm nominal chipping size 13 mm nominal size chipping

cum cum cum cum cum cum cum cum

7099.00 7526.00 7359.00 7809.00 6886.00 7300.00 7138.00 7575.00

(i) (ii)

sqm sqm

81.00 65.00

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Item No. 5.13

Descriptions Open - Graded Premix Surfacing (Providing, laying and rolling of open - graded premix surfacing of 20 mm thickness composed of 13.2 mm to 5.6 mm aggregates either using penetration grade bitumen or cut-back or emulsion to required line, grade and level to serve as wearing course on a previously prepared base, including mixing in a suitable plant, laying and rolling with a smooth wheeled roller 8-10 tonne capacity, finished to required level and grades.)

Unit

Rate

Case - I: Mechanical method using Penetration grade Bitumen and HMP of appropriate capacity not less than 60 tonnes/hour . (ii) Case - II: Open-Graded Premix Surfacing using cationic Bitumen Emulsion 5.14 Close Graded Premix Surfacing / Mixed Seal Surfacing (Mechanical means using HMP of appropriate capacity not less than 60 tonnes/hour. Providing, laying and rolling of closegraded premix surfacing material of 20 mm thickness using penetration grade bitumen to the required line, grade and level to serve as wearing course on a previously prepared base, including mixing in a suitable plant, laying and rolling with a Smooth wheeled roller 8-10 tonne capacity, and finishing to required level and grade. ) A i) ii) B i) ii) 5.15 With 60/70 grade bitumen Type A ( 11.2 mm to 0.09 mm size aggregates ) Type B ( 13.2 mm to 0.09 mm size aggregates ) With CRMB 60 Type A ( 11.2 mm to 0.09 mm size aggregates ) Type B ( 13.2 mm to 0.09 mm size aggregates ) Seal Coat (Providing and laying seal coat sealing the voids in a bituminous surface laid to the specified levels, grade and cross fall using Type A and B seal coats)

(i)

sqm sqm

95.00 111.00

sqm sqm sqm sqm

126.00 113.00 130.00 117.00

(i) Case - I : Type A (ii) Case - II : Type B (Providing and laying of premix sand seal coat with HMP of appropriate capacity not less than 60 tonnes/ hours using crushed stone chipping 6.7 mm size and penetration bitumen of 60/70 grade.) 5.16 Mastic Asphalt (Providing and laying 25 mm thick mastic asphalt wearing course with paving grade bitumen meeting the requirements given in table 500-29, prepared by using mastic cooker and laid to required level and slope after cleaning the surface, including providing antiskid surface with bitumen precoated fine-grained hard stone chipping of 13.2 mm nominal size at the rate of 0.005cum per 10 sqm and at an approximate spacing of 10 cm center to center in both directions, pressed into surface when the temperature of surfaces not less than 1000C, protruding 1 mm to 4 mm over mastic surface, all complete as per clause 515.)

sqm sqm

47.00 35.00

sqm

410.00

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Item No. 5.17

(i) (ii) (iii) 5.18

5.19 (i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

Descriptions Slurry Seal Providing and laying slurry seal consisting of a mixture of fine aggregates, Portland cement filler, bituminous emulsion and water on a road surface including cleaning of surface, mixing of slurry seal in a suitable mobile plant, laying and compacting to provide even riding surface) 5 mm thickness 3 mm thickness 1.5 mm thickness Fog Spray ( Providing and applying low viscosity bitumen emulsion for sealing cracks less than 3 mm wide or incipient fretting or disintegration in an existing bituminous surfacing ) Add extra in case it is decided by the engineer to blind the fog spray. Crack Prevention Courses Stress Absorbing Membrane (SAM) crack width less than 6 mm (Providing and laying of a stress absorbing membrane over a cracked road surface, with crack width below 6 mm after cleaning with a mechanical broom, using modified binder complying with clause 521, sprayed at the rate of 9 kg per 10 sqm and spreading 5.6 mm crushed stone aggregates @ 0.11 cum per 10 sqm with hydraulic chip spreader, sweeping the surface for uniform spread of aggregates and surface finished to conform to clause 902.) Stress Absorbing Membrane (SAM) with crack width 6 mm to 9 mm (Providing and laying of a stress absorbing membrane over a cracked road surface, with crack width 6 to 9 mm after cleaning with a mechanical broom, using modified binder complying with clause 521, sprayed at the rate of 11 kg per 10 sqm and spreading 11.2 mm crushed stone aggregates @ 0.12 cum per 10 sqm, sweeping the surface for uniform spread of aggregates and surface finished to conform to clause 902.) Stress Absorbing Membrane (SAM) crack width above 9 mm and cracked area above 50 % (Providing and laying a single coat of a stress absorbing membrane over a cracked road surface, with crack width above 9 mm and cracked area above 50 % after cleaning with a mechanical broom, using modified binder complying with clause 521, sprayed at the rate of 15 kg per 10 sqm and spreading 11.2 mm crushed stone aggregates @ 0.12 cum per 10 sqm, sweeping the surface for uniform spread of aggregates and surface finished to conform to clause 902.) Bitumen Impregnated Geotextile (Providing and laying a bitumen impregnated geotextile layer after cleaning the road surface, geotextile conforming to requirements of clause 704.3, laid over a tack coat with 1.05 kg per sqm of paving grade bitumen 80 - 100 penetration and constructed to the requirement of clause 704.4.5)

Unit

Rate

sqm sqm sqm sqm sqm

53.00 37.00 23.00 31.00 3.00

sqm

46.00

sqm

58.00

sqm

77.00

sqm

246.00

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CHAPTER- 6 CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENTS Item No. 6.1 Descriptions Dry Lean Cement Concrete Sub- base (Construction of dry lean cement concrete Sub- base over a prepared sub-grade with coarse and fine aggregate conforming to IS: 383, the size of coarse aggregate not exceeding 25 mm, aggregate cement ratio not to exceed 15:1, aggregate gradation after blending to be as per table 600-1, cement content not to be less than 150 kg/ cum, optimum moisture content to be determined during trial length construction, concrete strength not to be less than 10 Mpa at 7 days, mixed in a batching plant, transported to site, laid with a paver with electronic sensor, compacting with 8-10 tonnes vibratory roller, finishing and curing.) Unit cum Rate 2014.00

6.2

6.3

Cement Concrete Pavement (Construction of un-reinforced, dowel jointed, plain cement concrete pavement over a prepared sub base with 43 grade cement @ 400 kg per cum, coarse and fine aggregate conforming to IS 383, maximum size of coarse aggregate not exceeding 25 mm, mixed in a batching and mixing plant as per approved mix design, transported to site, laid with a fixed form or slip form paver, spread, compacted and finished in a continuous operation including provision of contraction, expansion, construction and longitudinal joints, joint filler, separation membrane, sealant primer, joint sealant, debonding strip, dowel bar, tie rod, admixtures as approved, curing compound, finishing to lines and grades as per drawing) Rolled Cement Concrete Base (Construction of rolled cement concrete base course with coarse and fine aggregate conforming to IS:383, the size of coarse aggregate not exceeding 25 mm with minimum, aggregate cement ratio15:1 and minimum cement content of 200 kg/cum, aggregate gradation to be as per table 600-4 after blending, mixing in batching plant at optimum moisture content, transporting to site, laying with a paver with electronic sensor, compacting with 8-10 tonnes smooth wheeled vibratory roller to achieve, the designed flexural strength, finishing and curing.)

cum

4192.00

cum

2300.00

6.4

Construction of Base/Sub-base of pavement with lean concrete fly ash. (Construction of Base/sub-base using cement, sand, fly ash and coarse aggregates proportioned as per table 4 of IRC: 74/1979 and with water content ratio, slump and compressive strength as defined in the said table, mix prepared in a batching and mixing plant and compacted with a vibratory roller 8-10 tonnes capacity within the time limit laid down vide clause 7.6.3 of IRC: 74-1979, construction joints properly formed at the end of day's work, cured for 14 days, all as specified in IRC: 74-1979 and as per approved plans.)

cum

1924.00

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Item No. 6.5

Descriptions Cement Fly ash concrete pavement. (Construction reinforced-reinforced, dowel jointed, plain cement concrete pavement over a prepared sub base with 43 grade cement, coarse and fine aggregate conforming to IS 383, maximum size of coarse aggregate not exceeding 25 mm, replacing cement by fly ash to the extent of 15% and sand by 10%, mixed in a batching and mixing plant as per approved mix design, transported to site, laid with a fixed form or slip form paver, spread, compacted and finished in a continuous operation including provision of contraction, expansion, construction and longitudinal joints, joint filler, separation membrane, sealant primer, joint sealant, debonding strip, dowel bar, tie rod, admixtures as approved, curing compound, finishing to lines and grades as per drawing ) Providing and laying cement concrete for plain concrete/ reinforced concrete i/c form work, shuttering complete in as per drawings and specifications.( For Village roads and ODR ) P.C.C. M-15 P.C.C. M-20 R.C.C. M-20 P.C.C. M-25 Add extra over all items above for providing and mixing triangular polyester fibre ( Antishrinkage admixture ) @ 125 gms per bag of cement ( i.e. 0.25% by weight ) as directed by the Engineer in Charge with all leads and lifts and inclusive of all taxes , transportation and handling charges,

Unit cum

Rate 4134.00

6.6

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) 6.7

cum cum cum cum per pouch

3114.00 3511.00 3532.00 3823.00 42.00

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CHAPTER- 7 GEOSYNTHETICS AND REINFORCED EARTH Item No. 7.1 Descriptions Sub-Surface Drain with Geotextiles Construction of sub surface drain 200 mm dia using geotextiles treated with carbon black with physical properties as given in clause 702.2.3 formed in to a stable network and a planar geocomposite structure, joints wrapped with geotextile to prevent ingress of soil, all as per clause 702 and approved drawings including excavation and backfilling Narrow Filter Sub-Surface Drain Construction of a narrow filter sub- surface drain consisting of porous or perforated pipe laid in narrow trench surrounded by a geotextile filter fabric, with a minimum of 450 mm overlap of fabric and installed as per clause 702.3 and 309.3.5 including excavation and backfilling Laying Paving Fabric Beneath a Pavement Overlay (Providing and laying paving fabric with physical requirements as per table 704-2 over a tack coat of paving grade Bitumen 60/70 penetration, laid at the rate of 1 kg per sqm over thoroughly cleaned and repaired surface to provide a water resistant membrane and crack retarding layer. Paving fabric to be free of wrinkling and folding and to be laid before cooling of tack coat, brooming and rolling of surface with pneumatic roller to maximize paving fabric contact with pavement surface) Laying Boulder Apron in Crates of Synthetic Geogrids (Providing, preparing and laying of geogrid crated apron 1 m x 5 m, 600 mm thick including excavation and backfilling with baffles at 1 meter interval, made with geogrids having characteristics as per clause 704.2, joining sides with connectors/ring staples, top corners to be tie tensioned, placing of suitable cross interval ties in layers of 300 mm connecting opposite side with lateral braces and tied with polymer braids to avoid bulging, constructed as per clause 704.3. filled with stone with minimum size of 200 mm and specific gravity not less than 2.65, packed with stone spalls, keyed to the foundation recess in case of sloping ground and laid over a layer of geotextile to prevent migration of fines, all as per clause 704 and laid as per clause 2503.3 and approved design.) Reinforced Earth Retaining Wall (Reinforced earth retaining walls have four main components as under: a) Excavation for foundation, foundation concrete and cement concrete grooved seating in the foundation for facing elements (facia material). b) Facia material and its placement. c) Assembling, joining with facing elements and laying of the reinforcing elements. d) Earth fill with granular material which is to be retained by the wall.) Unit RM Rate 552.00

7.2

RM

518.00

7.3

sqm

127.00

7.4

cum

2526.00

7.5

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Item No. (A) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (B) Note:

Descriptions Assembling joining and laying of reinforcing elements with Galvanized carbon steel strips Copper Strips Aluminum Strips Stainless steel strips Glass reinforced polymer/fibre reinforced polymer/polymeric strips Synthetic geogrids / geotextiles Facing elements of RCC The compacted earth filling to be retained shall form part of embankment and the same is to be worked out and provided separately as per clause 305.

Unit meter meter meter meter meter sqm sqm

Rate 442.00 332.00 215.00 339.00 483.00 253.00 847.00

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TRAFFIC SIGNS, MARKINGS & OTHER ROAD APPURTENANCES Item No. 8.1 Descriptions Cast in Situ Cement Concrete M20 kerb (Construction of cement concrete kerb with top and bottom width 115 and 165 mm respectively, 250 mm high in M 20 grade PCC on M-10 grade foundation 150 mm thick, foundation having 50 mm projection beyond kerb stone, kerb stone laid with kerb laying machine, foundation concrete laid manually, all complete as per clause 408) Cast in Situ Cement Concrete M 20 Kerb with Channel (Construction of cement concrete kerb with channel with top and bottom width 115 and 165 mm respectively, 250 mm high in M 20 grade PCC on M10 grade foundation 150 mm thick, kerb channel 300 mm wide, 50 mm thick in PCC M20 grade, sloped towards the kerb, kerb stone with channel laid with kerb laying machine, foundation concrete laid manually, all complete as per clause 408) Printing new letters and figures of any shade . ( Printing new letters and figures of any shade with synthetic enamel paint , Black or other approved colour to give an even shade. Hindi : ( Matras, Comas and the like not to be measured and paid for half letter shall be counted as half letter. Unit meter Rate 164.00

8.2

meter

306.00

8.3 (i)

per cm Height per letter per cm Height per letter

0.30

(ii)

English and Roman :( Hyphens and the like not to be measured) Retro- reflectrorized Traffic signs (Providing and fixing of retro- reflectrorized cautionary, mandatory and informatory sign as per IRC :67 made of encapsulated lens type reflective sheeting vide clause 801.3, fixed over aluminum sheeting, 1.5 mm thick supported on a mild steel frame of size 40 x 40 x 5 mm and mild steel angle iron post 75 mm x 75 mm x 6 mm firmly fixed to the ground by means of properly designed foundation with M15 grade cement concrete 45 cm x 45 cm x 60 cm, 60 cm below ground level as per approved drawing)

0.20

8.4

( i ) 90 cm equilateral triangle ( ii ) 60 cm equilateral triangle ( iii ) 60 cm circular ( iv ) 80 mm x 60 mm rectangular ( v ) 60 cm x 45 cm rectangular (vi ) 60 cm x 60 cm square ( vii ) 90 cm high octagon

each each each each each each each

3630.00 2261.00 3153.00 4544.00 3064.00 3698.00 5897.00

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Item No. 8.5

Descriptions Direction and Place Identification signs upto 0.9 sqm size board. (Providing and erecting direction and place identification retro-reflectorized sign as per IRC:67 made of encapsulated lens type reflective sheeting vide clause 801.3, fixed over aluminum sheeting, 2 mm thick with area not exceeding 0.9 sqm supported on a mild steel single angle iron post 75 x 75 x 6 mm firmly fixed to the ground by means of properly designed foundation with M15 grade cement concrete 45 x 45 x 60 cm, 60 cm below ground level as per approved drawing) Direction and Place Identification signs with size more than 0.9 sqm size board. (Providing and erecting direction and place identification retro- reflectorized sign asper IRC :67 made of encapsulated lens type reflective sheeting vide clause 801.3, fixed over aluminum sheeting, 2 mm thick with area exceeding 0.9 sqm supported on a mild steel angle iron post 75 mm x 75 mm x 6 mm, 2 Nos. firmly fixed to the ground by means of properly designed foundation with M 15 grade cement concrete45 cm x 45 cm x 60 cm, 60 cm below ground level as per approved drawing) Overhead Signs (Providing and erecting overhead signs with a corrosion resistant aluminum alloy sheet reflectorized with high intensity retro-reflective sheeting of encapsulated lense type with vertical and lateral clearance given in clause 802.2 and 802.3 and installed as per clause 802.7 over a designed support system of aluminum alloy or galvanized steel trestles and trusses of sections and type as per structural design requirements and approved plans)

Unit sqm

Rate 8310.00

8.6

sqm

14252.00

8.7

A Truss and Vertical Support B Aluminum alloy plate for over head sign 8.8 Painting on Concrete Surfaces A Two coats on new surfaces (Painting two coats after filling the surface with synthetic enamel paint in all shades on new plastered concrete surfaces) B One coat on old surfaces ( Painting one or two coats after cleaning all dirt & dust, filling the surface with synthetic enamel paint in all shades on old concrete surfaces) 8.9 Painting on Steel Surfaces (Providing and applying two coats of ready mix paint of approved brand on steel surface after through cleaning of surface to give an even shade) Painting on Wood Surfaces Providing and applying two coats of ready mix paint of approved brand on wood surface after thorough cleaning of surface to give an even shade

tonne sqm sqm

64219.00 12418.00 40.00

sqm

30.00

sqm

30.00

8.10

sqm

34.00

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Item No. 8.11

Descriptions Painting Lines, Dashes, Arrows etc on Roads in Two Coats on New Work (Painting lines, dashes, arrows etc on roads in two coats on new work with ready mixed road marking paint conforming to IS:164 on bituminous surface, including cleaning the surface of all dirt, dust and other foreign matter, demarcation at site and traffic control )

Unit

Rate

(i) Over 10 cm in width (ii) Up to 10 cm in width 8.12 Painting Lines, Dashes, Arrows etc on Roads in Two Coats on Old Work (Painting lines, dashes, arrows etc on roads in two coats on old work with ready mixed road marking paint confirming to IS: 164 on bituminous surface, including cleaning the surface of all dirt, dust and other foreign matter, demarcation at site and traffic control ) (i) Over 10 cm in width (ii) Up to 10 cm in width 8.13 Road Marking with Hot Applied Thermoplastic Compound with Reflectorizing Glass Beads on Bituminous Surface (Providing and laying of hot applied thermoplastic compound 2.5 mm thick including reflectorizing glass beads @ 250 gms per sqm area, thickness of 2.5 mm is exclusive of surface applied glass beads as per IRC:35 .The finished surface to be level, uniform and free from streaks and holes.) 8.14 Kilo Meter Stone (Reinforced cement concrete M15grade kilometer stone of standard design as per IRC:8-1980, fixing in position including painting and printing etc) (i) 5th kilometer stone (precast) (ii) Ordinary Kilometer stone (Precast) (iii) Hectometer stone (Precast) Providing painting figuring and numbering as per IRC specification complete for 5th kilometer stone Ordinary Kilometer stone Hectometer stone Boundary stone Providing painting figuring and numbering to culverts upto 6 m span complete as per IRC specification Providing painting figuring and numbering to minor bridge up to 30 m linear waterway complete as per IRC specification. Providing painting figuring and numbering to major bridge , linear waterway exceeding 30 m complete as per IRC specification .

sqm sqm

55.00 49.00

sqm sqm Sqm

37.00 39.00 670.00

each each each

1927.00 1175.00 315.00

8.15 (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) 8.16 8.17

each each each each each each

184.00 81.00 12.00 15.00 160.00 134.00

8.18

each

149.00

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Item No. 8.19

Descriptions Providing & Fixing Delineator made of M.S. Hollow Rectangular Pipe (Conforming to IS:4923) of cross section 96mmx 48mm of 1.20 meter length. The top of the hollow pipe, welded and closed with 16 gauge M.S. Sheet. The height of the Delineator above ground level should be between 0.8 meter and 1.0 meter. The bottom of the delineator should be provided with holdfast of length 15 cm on each side. Delineator should be painted with coat of Zinc Chromate stoving Prime and two coats of BIack Stove Enamel (Oven Baked) paint with 3nos. 15 cm bands of white RetroReflective Sheeting Of Engineering Grade pasted around the pipe and 2 Nos. High intensity Grade Retro Reflective Sheeting of size 8 cm X 10cm pasted on the top of each side of Delineator and treated With HLVA & fixing the same in M-15 grade concrete block of size 30X3OX3Ocms including transportation etc. complete. The construction and placement of the delineator must be asperlRC:79 Providing & Fixing Hazard Marker Type-2 Partial Retro Reflective Size 0.30 x 0.90 M made of 16 gauge (1.6 mm) thick mild steel sheet Confirming to IS: 2062 Painted with one cast of Zinc Chromate Stoving Primer and two coats of Black Stove Enamel (Oven Baked) paint with 10 cm bands of yellow Retro- Reflective Sheeting of Engineering Grade pasted a per IRC:79 including one MS angle Iron post of size 50X50X5 mm of 1.65 meter long duly painted with synthetic enameled paint block including bolts and fixing the same in M-15 concrete black of size 30X30X30 cm Including transportation etc. Complete Providing & Fixing; Object Marker of size 30 cm equilateral Triangle made of 1.5 mm thick Aluminum sheet pasted with High intensity Grade Retro Reflective Sheeting duly treated with HLVA complete with post of angle size 50X50X5 mm of 0.75 m and fixing the same in M 15 concrete block of size 30X30X30 cm including transportation etc. complete Providing and Fixing Linear Delineator System as per MOST clause 805 of specification for Roads and Bridges, of size 33' X4 made with corrugate Aluminum (Confirming to 15:736-Material Designation 24345; or 1900 )and reflective sheeting of Micro prismatic Lens sheeting as stipulated in MOST circular (RW/NH - 33023/31/88- DO. iii) confirming to ASTM D4956-01 Type IX and fixing the same with bracket made of galvanized steel fixed with 6 Nos. high precision Screws confirming to IS:1364. Providing & Fixing tree studs in Square/ Round shape of 4 side/diameter made of 2 mm aluminum substrate (Confirming to IS:736-Material Designation 24345 or 1900) end reflective surface of High Intensity grade as specified in section 800.1.3 of MORT&H duly treated with HLVA and fixing the same with four Nos. high strength nails confirming to 1S:1367 on trees at site each.

Unit each

Rate 1584.00

8.20

each

1420.00

8.21

each

880.00

8.22

each

2400.00

8.23

each

64.00

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Item No. 8.24

Descriptions Boundary pillar (Reinforced cement concrete M15 grade boundary pillars of standard design as per IRC:25-1967, fixed in position including finishing and lettering but excluding painting) G.I Barbed wire Fencing 1.2 meter high (Providing and fixing 1.2 meters high GI barbed wire fencing with 1.8 m angle iron posts 40 mm x 40 mm x 6 mm placed every 3 meters center to center founded in M15 grade cement concrete, 0.6 meter below ground level, every 15th post, last but one end post and corner post shall be strutted on both sides and end post on one side only and provided with 9 horizontal lines and 2 diagonals interwoven with horizontal wires, fixed with GI staples, turn buckles etc complete as per clause 807 ) G.I Barbed wire Fencing 1.8 meter high (Providing and fixing 1.8 meters high GI barbed wire fencing with 2.4 m angle iron posts 50 mm x 50 mm x 6 mm placed every 3 meters center to center founded in M15 grade cement concrete, 0.6 meter below ground level, every 15th post, last but one end post and corner post shall be strutted on both sides and end post on one side only and provided with 12 horizontal lines and 2 diagonals interwoven with horizontal wires, fixed with GI staples, turn buckles etc complete as per clause 807 ) Tubular Steel Railing on Medium Weight steel channel ( ISMC series) 100 mm x 50 mm (Providing, fixing and erecting 50 mm dia steel pipe railing in 3 rows duly painted on medium weight steel channels (ISMC series) 100 mm x 50 mm, 1.2 meters high above ground, 2 m centre to centre, complete as per approved drawings) Tubular Steel Railing on Precast RCC posts, 1.2 m high above ground level (Providing, fencing and erecting 50 mm dia painted steel pipe railing in 3 rows on precast M20 grade RCC vertical posts1.8 meters high (1.2 m above GL) with 3 holes 50 mm dia for pipe, fixed 2 meters centre to, complete as per approved drawing) Reinforced Cement Concrete Crash Barrier (Provision of an Reinforced cement concrete crash barrier at the edges of the road, approaches to bridge structures and medians, constructed with M-20 grade concrete with HYSD reinforcement conforming to IRC:21 and dowel bars 25 mm dia, 450 mm long at expansion joints filled with pre-moulded asphalt filler board, keyed to the structure on which it is built and installed as per design given in the enclosure to MOST circular No. RW/NH - 33022/1/94-DO III dated 24 June 1994 as per dimensions in the approved drawing and at locations directed by the Engineer, all as specified)

Unit each

Rate 252.00

8.25

meter

181.00

8.26

meter

295.00

8.27

meter

1364.00

8.28

meter

1068.00

8.29

meter

2109.00

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Item No. 8.30

Descriptions

Unit meter

Rate 2057.00

Metal Beam Crash Barrier A Type - A, "W" : Metal Beam Crash Barrier (Providing and erecting a "W" metal beam crash barrier comprising of 3 mm thick corrugated sheet metal beam rail, 70 cm above road/ground level, fixed on ISMC series channel vertical post, 150 x 75 x 5 mm spaced 2 m centre to centre, 1.8 m high, 1.1 m below ground/road level, all steel parts and fitments to be galvanized by hot dip process, all fittings to conform to IS:1367 and IS:1364, metal beam rail to be fixed on the vertical post with a spacer of channel section 150 x 75 x 5 mm, 330 mm long complete as per clause 810) B Type - B, "THRIE" : Metal Beam Crash Barrier (Providing and erecting a "Thrie" metal beam crash barrier comprising of 3 mm thick corrugated sheet metal beam rail, 85 cm above road/ground level, fixed on ISMC series channel vertical post, 150 x 75 x 5 mm spaced 2 m centre to centre, 2 m high with 1.15 m below ground level, all steel parts and fitments to be galvanized by hot dip process, all fittings to conform to IS:1367 and IS:1364, metal beam rail to be fixed on the vertical post with a space of channel section 150 x 75 x 5 mm, 546 mm long complete as per clause 810)

meter

3191.00

8.31

Flexible Crash Barrier, Wire Rope Safety Barrier (Providing and erecting a wire rope safety barrier with vertical posts of medium weight RS Joist (ISMB series) 100 mm x 75 mm (11.50 kg/m), 1.50 m long 0.85 m above ground and 0.65 m below ground level, split at the bottom for better grip, embedded in M 15 grade cement concrete 450 x 450 x 450 mm, 1.50 m center to center and with 4 horizontal steel wire rope 40 mm dia and anchored at terminal posts 15 m apart. Terminal post to be embedded in M 15 grade cement concrete foundation 2400 x 450 x 900 mm (depth), strengthened by a strut of RS joist 100 x 75 mm, 2 m long at 450 inclination and a tie 100 x 8 mm, 1.50 m long at the bottom, all embedded in foundation concrete as per approved design and drawing, rate excluding excavation and cement concrete.) Lighting on Bridges (Providing and fixing lighting on bridges, mounted on steel hollow circular poles of standard specifications, 5 m high fixed on parapets with cement concrete, 20 m apart and fitted with sodium vapour lamp) Road Markers/Road Stud with Lens Reflector (Providing and fixing of road stud 100x 100 mm, die cast in aluminum, resistant to corrosive effect of salt and grit, fitted with lense reflectors, installed in concrete or asphaltic surface by drilling hole 30 mm upto a depth of 60 mm and bedded in a suitable bituminous grout or epoxy mortar, all as per BS 873 part 4:1973)

meter

2619.00

8.32

each

9632.00

8.33

each

252.00

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Item No. 8.34

Descriptions Traffic Cone (Provision of red fluorescent with white reflective sleeve traffic cone made of low density polyethylene (LDPE) material with a square base of 390 x 390 x 35 mm and a height of 770 mm, 4 kg in weight, placed at 1.5 m interval, all as per BS 873) Portable Barricade in Construction Zone (Installation of a steel portable barricade with horizontal rail 300 mm wide, 2.5 m in length fitted on a 'A' frame made with 45 x 45 x 5 mm angle iron section, 1.5 m in height, horizontal rail painted (2 coats) with yellow and white stripes, 150 mm in width at an angle of 450, 'A' frame painted with 2 coats of yellow paint, complete as per IRC:SP:55-2001)

Unit each

Rate 614.00

8.35

each

1735.00

8.36

Permanent Type Barricade in Construction Zone A With Steel Components (Construction of a permanent type barricade made of steel components, 1.5 m high from road level, fitted with 3 horizontal rails 200 mm wide and 4 m long on 50 x 50 x 5 mm angle iron vertical support, painted with yellow and white strips, 150 mm in width at an angle of450, complete as per IRC:SP:55-2001 ) B With Wooden Components (Construction of a permanent type barricade made of wooden components, 1.5 m high from road level, fitted with 3 horizontal planks 200 mm wide and 3.66 m long on 100 x 100mm wooden vertical post, painted with yellow and white stirrups, 150 mm in width at an angle of450, complete as per IRC:SP:55-2001 ) C With Bricks (Construction of a permanent type barricade made with brick work in mud mortar, 1.5 m high, 4 m long, 600 mm thick, plastered with cement mortar 1:6, painted with yellow and white strips)

each

2793.00

each

1030.00

each

5221.00

8.37

Drum Delineator in Construction Zone (Provision of metal drum, 300 mm in diameter, 800 mm high, filled with earth for stability, painted in circumferential strips of alternate black and white 100 mm wide fitted with reflectors 3 Nos of 7.5 cm dia, all as per IRC:SP:55-2001) Providing and fixing Raised Pavement Markers made of polycarbonate moulded body and reflective panels with micro prismatic lens capable of providing total internal reflection of the light entering the lens face conforming to ASTM D 4280 type H and complying to guidelines issued by MORT&H (RW/NH/33023/10/97-DOIII.).The height, width, length and area shall not exceed 20 mm, 130 mm, 105 mm and 13 Sq.cm.respectively and fixing without nails but by bitumen adhesive or synthetic epoxy resin as per manufacturer's recommendation including site clearance etc. complete.

each

266.00

8.38

each

440.00

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Item No. 8.39

Descriptions Providing and fixing of Route Marker Sign Board with High Intensity Grade Retro-reflective Sheeting ( as per section 800.1.3 ) made of 1.5 mm thick aluminum sheet. The single vertical post made from M.S. angle post ( 75 mm x 75 mm x 6 mm) firmly fixed to the ground by means of properly designed foundation with M15 grade cement concrete 45 cm x 45 cm x 60 cm, 60 cm below ground level as per approved drawing .Size of board 600 mm x 440 mm for the upper board and 300 mm x 250 mm for the lower plate as per I.R.C. Specifications. Providing and fixing overhead concrete sign board of size 1200 x 1000 mm on road side made of RCC M 20 grade of 50 mm thick with 10 mm bar reinforcement @ 150 mm c/c in both directions fixed on two vertical post made of RCC M 20 grade making grooves at top for fixing of boards with 4 nos vertical bars of 10 mm dia and stirrups with 8 mm dia bars @ 150 mm c/c . The post to be embedded and fixed to a depth of 600 mm below ground level in PCC of M 15 grade , block of size 500 x 500 x 700 mm and the height of post at the bottom of the sign board from crown of the road is not less than 1.5 mts . All components of sign and support shall be primed and painted with two coats of synthetic enamel paint with all relevant specifications. The rates shall include cost of excavation , supply of all materials , labour , T & P, painting and figuring , carriage to site and fixing complete as directed by the Engineer - in - charge. Providing and fixing concrete sign boards resting on ground pre-cast/ cast-in-situ in PCC M20 grade with surface reinforcement of 8 mm dia bars @ 155 mm c/c over 300 mm thick PCC M15 grade foundation concrete i/c cost of excavation, plastering with CM 1:3 & finishing with neat slurry cement, painting two or more coats to give an even shade and figuring as directed by Engineer-in-charge. Type A : Village boards ( 600 mm long, 300 mm wide at bottom & 100 mm wide at top, and height 600 mm above 500 mm thick block of size 700 x 400 x 500 mm with both faces inclined ) Type B : Destination boards ( 700 mm long, 300 mm wide at bottom & 100 mm wide at top, and height 800 mm above 500 mm thick block of size 800 x 400 x 500 mm with one face vertical ) Type C : Cautionary boards (500 x 500 x 500 mm at bottom & 500 x ( 500+100)/2 x 500 mm at top over 300 mm thick block of size 500 x 500 x 300 mm with one face vertical ) Providing and fixing of empty maxphalt drums on road sides, filling it with earth/moorum / boulders etc. including making holes with pick axes available within 50 m lead, white washing two coats etc complete.

Unit each

Rate 2384.00

8.40

each

4012.00

8.41

(i)

each

2641.00

(ii)

each

3259.00

(iii)

each

3604.00

8.42

each

216.00

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Item No. 8.43

Descriptions Construction of boulder / stone masonry wall 60 cm thick and 80 cm height in mud mortar including white washing 3 coats on one side of the wall for temporary diversion / guard walls including all materials complete. Construction of R.R. masonry walls 0.45 m thick and 0.60 m height in CM 1: 3 including excavation , white washing two coats on one side of wall for guard wall / protection wall over 100 mm thick base concrete of PCC 1:3:6 etc complete. Providing and laying of a reinforced cement concrete pipe duct, 300 mm dia , across the road ( new construction ) , extending from drain to drain in cuts and toe of slopes to toe of slopes in fills, constructing head walls at both ends, providing a minimum fill of granular material over top and sides of RCC pipes as per IRC 98-1997, bedded on a 0.3 m thick layer of granular material free of rock pieces , outer to outer distance of pipes at least half dia of pipe subject to minimum 450 mm in case of double and triple row ducts , joints to be made leak proof, invert level of duct to be above higher than ground level to prevent entry of water and dirt, all as per IRC 98-1997 and approved drawings. Single row for one utility service Double row for two utility service Triple row for three utility service

Unit RM

Rate 536.00

8.44

RM

729.00

8.45

(i) (ii) (iii)

Meter Meter Meter

458.00 847.00 1229.00

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CHAPTER- 9 PIPE CULVERTS Item No. 9.1 Descriptions Excavation for Structures (Earth work in excavation of foundation of structures as per drawing and technical specification, including setting out, construction of shoring and bracing, removal of stumps and other deleterious matter, dressing of sides and bottom and backfilling with approved material.) Ordinary soil upto 3 m depth PCC 1:3:6 in Foundation (Plain cement concrete 1:3:6 mix with crushed stone aggregate 40 mm nominal size mechanically mixed, placed in foundation and compacted by vibration including curing for 14 days.) Providing and laying Reinforced Cement Concrete pipe NP 4 / prestrssed concrete pipe on first class bedding (Laying Reinforced cement concrete pipe NP4 /prestressed concrete pipe for culverts on first class bedding of granular material including fixing collar with cement mortar 1:2 but excluding excavation, protection works, backfilling, concrete and masonry works in head walls and parapets . ) 600 mm dia 900 mm dia 1000 mm dia 1200 mm dia Providing and laying Reinforced Cement Concrete pipe NP 4 / prestressed concrete pipe (Laying Reinforced cement concrete pipe NP4 /prestressed concrete pipe for culverts including fixing collar with cement mortar 1:2 but excluding bedding below pipe , excavation, protection works, backfilling, concrete and masonry works in head walls and parapets . ) 600 mm dia 900 mm dia 1000 mm dia 1200 mm dia Providing and laying Reinforced Cement Concrete pipe NP 3 / prestressed concrete pipe on first class bedding . (Laying Reinforced cement concrete pipe NP3 /prestressed concrete pipe for culverts on first class bedding of granular material including fixing collar with cement mortar 1:2 but excluding excavation, protection works, backfilling, concrete and masonry works in head walls and parapets . ) 450 mm dia 600 mm dia 900 mm dia 1000 mm dia 1200 mm dia Unit Rate

9.2

cum cum

118.00 2817.00

9.3

A B C D 9.4

meter meter meter meter

2216.00 3221.00 4330.00 5853.00

A B C D 9.5

meter meter meter meter

2096.00 3102.00 4210.00 5721.00

A B C D E

meter meter meter meter meter

1723.00 2216.00 2714.00 3145.00 4286.00 Page 40

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Item No. 9.6

Descriptions Providing and laying Reinforced Cement Concrete pipe NP 3 / prestressed concrete pipe. (Laying Reinforced cement concrete pipe NP3 /prestressed concrete pipe for culverts including fixing collar with cement mortar 1:2 but excluding bedding below pipes, excavation, protection works, backfilling, concrete and masonry works in head walls and parapets . ) 450 mm dia 600 mm dia 900 mm dia 1000 mm dia 1200 mm dia Providing 1 st class bedding below pipes with graded sand or other granular materials passing through 5.6 mm sieve as per clause 2904. Stone masonry work in cement mortar 1:3 for head wall complete as per drawing and Technical Specifications section 1400 and 2200 Random Rubble Masonry ( coursed or uncoursed ) Coursed rubble masonry (first sort ) Ashlar masonry ( first sort ) Pointing with cement mortar (1:3 ) on stone masonry head walls as per Technical specifications section 1300 and 2200 Plain cement concrete in sub-structure complete as per drawing and Technical Specifications PCC Grade M 15

Unit

Rate

A B C D E 9.7 9.8 (i) (ii) (iii) 9.9 9.10 (i)

meter meter meter meter meter cum

1630.00 2096.00 2595.00 3025.00 4154.00 521.00

cum cum cum sqm

2359.00 2397.00 2952.00 20.00

cum cum cum

3366.00 3764.00 888.00

(ii) PCC Grade M 20 9.11 Providing and laying boulders apron on river bed for protection against scour with stone boulders weighing not less than 40 kg each complete as per drawing and Technical specification. 9.12 Providing and laying Pitching on slopes laid over prepared filter media including boulder apron laid dry in front of toe of embankment complete as per drawing and Technical specifications Providing and laying Filter material underneath pitching in slopes complete as per drawing and Technical specification

cum

888.00

9.13

cum

584.00

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CHAPTER- 10 MAINTENANCE OF ROADS Item No. 10.1 Descriptions Restoration of Rain Cuts (Restoration of rain cuts with soil, moorum, gravel or a mixture of these, clearing the loose soil, benching for 300 mm width, laying fresh material in layers not exceeding 250 mm and compacting with plate compactor or power rammers to restore the original alignment, levels and slopes) Maintenance of Earthen Shoulder (filling with fresh soil) (Making up loss of material/ irregularities on shoulder to the design level by adding fresh approved soil and compacting it with appropriate equipment.) Maintenance of Earth Shoulder (stripping excess soil) (Stripping excess soil from the shoulder surface to achieve the approved level and compacting with plate compactor) Filling Pot- holes and Patch Repairs with open - graded Premix surfacing, 20mm. (Removal of all failed material, trimming of completed excavation to provide firm vertical faces, cleaning of surface, painting of tack coat on the sides and base of excavation as per clause 503, back filling the pot holes with hot bituminous material as per clause 511, compacting, trimming and finishing the surface to form a smooth continuous surface, all as per clause 3004.2) Unit cum Rate 82.00

10.2

sqm

51.00

10.3

sqm

16.00

10.4

sqm

103.00

10.5

Filling Pot- holes and Patch Repairs with - Bituminous concrete, 40mm. (Removal of all failed material, trimming of completed excavation to provide firm vertical faces, cleaning of surface, painting of tack coat on the sides and base of excavation as per clause 503, back filling the pot holes with hot bituminous material as per clause 504, compacting, trimming and finishing the surface to form a smooth continuous surface, all as per clause 3004.2) (i) for grading I Material (ii) for grading II Material 10.6 Crack Filling (Filling of crack using slow - curing bitumen emulsion and applying crusher dust in case crack are wider than 3mm.) 10.7 Dusting (Applying crusher dust to areas of road where bleeding of excess bitumen has occurred.) 10.8 Repair of joint Grooves with Epoxy Mortar Repair of spalled joint grooves of contraction joints, longitudinal joints and expansion joints in concrete pavements using epoxy mortar or epoxy concrete) Repair of old Joints Sealant (Removal of existing sealant and re sealing of contraction, longitudinal or expansion joints in concrete pavement with fresh sealant material) Hill Side Drain Clearance (Removal of earth from the choked hill side drain and disposing it on the valley side manually)

sqm sqm meter sqm meter

252.00 256.00 3.00 0.60 494.00

10.9

meter

16.00

10.10

meter

14.00

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Item No. 10.11

Descriptions Land Slide Clearance in soil (Clearance of land slides in soil and ordinary rock by a bull-dozer D 80 A-12, 180 HP and disposal of the same on the valley side) Land slide Clearance in Hard Rock Requiring Blasting (Clearing of land slide in hard rock requiring blasting for 50% of the boulders and disposal of the same on the valley side.) Detailed survey of existing road including chaining , leveling , with cross section at 25.0 m intervals and closing survey each day's work , fixing bench marks, painting , taking trial pits and submission of road cross sections , L- sections , quantity statements in computerized prints in five copies in proper files and all type of compliance required by the Engineer-in charge.

Unit cum

Rate 51.00

10.12

cum

104.00

10.13

km

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CHAPTER- 11 HORTICULTURE Item No. 11.1 Descriptions Maintenance of Lawns or Turfing of Slopes (Maintenance of lawns or Turfing of slopes (rough grassing) for a period of one year including watering etc) Planting Permanent Hedges including Digging of Trenches (Planting permanent hedges including digging of trenches, 60 cm wide and 45 cm deep, refilling the excavated earth mixed with farmyard manure, supplied at the rate of 4.65 cum per 100 meters and supplying and planting hedge plants at 30 cm apart) Maintenance of Hedge for one year Planting and Maintaining of Flowering Plants and Shrubs Planting flowering plants and shrubs in central verge Maintenance of flowering plants and shrubs in central verge for one year Planting of Trees and their Maintenance for one Year (Planting of trees by the road side (Avenue trees) in 0.60 m dia holes, 1 m deep dug in the ground, mixing the soil with decayed farm yard/sludge manure, planting the saplings, backfilling the trench, watering, fixing the tree guard and maintaining the plants for one year) Half Brick Circular Tree Guard, in 2nd class Brick, internal diameter 1.25 meters, and height 1.2 meters, above ground and 0.20 meter below ground (Half brick circular tree guard, in 2nd class brick, internal diameter 1.25 meters, and height 1.2 meters, above ground and 0.20 meter below ground, bottom two courses laid dry, and top three courses in cement mortar 1:6 ( 1 cement 6 sand) and the intermediate courses being in dry honey comb masonry, as per design complete) Edging with 2nd class Bricks, laid dry lengthwise (Edging with 2nd class bricks, laid dry lengthwise, including excavation, refilling, consolidation, with a hand packing and spreading nearly surplus earth within a lead of 50 meters) Making Tree Guard 53 cm dia and 1.3 m high as per design from empty bitumen drum (Making tree guard 53 cm dia and 1.3 m high as per design from empty bitumen drum, slit suitably to permit sun and air, (supplied by the department at stock issue rate) including providing and fixing 2 nos MS sheet rings 50 x 0.5 mm with rivets, complete in all respect) Unit sqm Rate 101.00

11.2 (a)

meter

137.00

(b) 11.3
(a) (b)

meter km km each

91.00 40382.00 88662.00 483.00

11.4

11.5

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644.00

11.6

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13.00

11.7

each

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Descriptions Making Tree Guard 53 cm dia and 2 meters high as per design from empty bitumen drums (Making tree guard 53 cm dia and 2 meters high as per design from empty bitumen drums, slit suitably to permit sun and air, ( supplied by the department at stock issue rate) including providing and fixing four legs 40 cm long of 30 x 3 mm MS riveted to tree guard and providing and fixing 2 nos MS sheet rings 50 x 0.5 mm with rivets complete in all respects) Tree Guard with MS Angle Iron and Steel Wire (Providing and fixing tree guard 0.60 meter square, 2.00 meter high fabricated with MS angle iron 30 x 30 x 3 mm, MS iron 25 x 3 mm and steel wire3 mm dia welded and fabricated as per design in two halves bolted together)

Unit each

Rate 584.00

11.9

each tree guard

1789.00

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FIELD LABORATORY EQUIPMENT


121.3 Laboratory equipment The following items of laboratory equipment shall be provided in the field laboratory 121.3.1 General (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Oven - Electrically operated, thermoplastic ally controlled range upto 200oC sensitivity 1oC Platform balance 300 kg capacity Electronic 20 kg capacity-self indicating type Electronic Balance 5 kg capacity accuracy 0.5 gm Water bath-electrically operated and thermoplastically controlled with adjustable shelves, sensitivity 1oC Thermometers : Mercury-in-glass thermometer range 0o to 250oC Mercury-in-steel thermometer with 30 cm stem, range upto 300oC Kerosene or gas stove or electric hot plate Glassware, spatulas, wire gauzes, steel scales, measuring tape, casseroles, karahis, enameled trays of assorted sizes, pestle-mortar, porcelain, dishes, gunny bags, plastic bags, chemical, digging tools like pickaxes, shovels etc. Set of IS sieves with lid and pan: 450 mm diameter 63 mm, 53 mm, 37.5 mm, 26.5 mm, 13.2 mm, 9.5 mm, 6.7 mm and 4.75 mm size 200 mm diameter: 2.36 mm, 2.0 mm, 1.18 mm, 600 micron, 425 micron, 300 micron, 150 micron and 75 micron Water testing kit First aid box 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 2 Nos. 1 No.

(vii) (viii) (ix)

1 No.

1 set

2 sets 1 set 1 set

(x) (xi)

121.3.2 For soils and aggregates (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) Riffle Box Atterberg Limits (liquid and plastic limits) determination apparatus Compaction Test Equipment both 2.5 kg and 4.5 kg rammers (Light and Heavy compactive efforts) dry Bulk Density Test apparatus (sand pouring cylinder, tray, can etc.) complete Speedy Moisture Meter complete with chemicals Post hole Auger with extensions Core cutter apparatus 10 cm dia, 10/15 cm height, complete with dolly, rammer etc. Aggregate Impact Value Test apparatus/LosAngeles Abrasion Test apparatus Flakiness and Elongation Test Gauges Standard measures of 30, 15 and 3 litres capacity along with standard tamping rod California Bearing ratio test apparatus Unconfined compression test apparatus 1 No. 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set

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121.3.3 (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix)

For bitumen and bituminous mixes Penetrometer with standard needles Riffle box - small size Centrifuge type bitumen extractor, hand operated, complete with petrol/commercial benzene Marshall stability test apparatus, complete with all accessories Filed density bottle along with cutting tray, chisel, hammer and standard sand 3 m straight edge Camber board core cutting machine with 10 cm dia diamond cutting edge Vacuum pump and 3 specific gravity bottles 1 set 1 No. 1 set 1 set 2 Nos. 1 No. 1 No. 1 set 1 set

121.3.4 For cement and cement concrete (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Vicat apparatus for testing setting times slump testing apparatus Compression and Flexual strength testing machine of 200 tonne capacity with additional dial for flexural testing Needle Vibrator Air Meter Vibrating hammer for vibrating dry mix as for Dry Lean Cement concrete sub-base 1 set 4 sets 1 No. 2 Nos. 1 No. 1 No.

GENERAL TABLE 100-6 PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF COARSE AGGREGATES FOR WATER BOUND MACADAM FOR SUB-BASE/BASE COURSED
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Test 1. * Los Angeles Abrasion value Or * Aggregate Impact Value 2. Combined Flakiness and Elongation Indices (Total) *** * ** ***

Test method IS : 2386 (Part-4) IS:2386 (Part-4) or IS:5640** IS:2386 (Part-I)

Requirements 40 per cent (Max)

30 per cent (Max) 30 per cent (Max)

Aggregate may satisfy requirements of either of the two test. Aggregates like brick metal, kankar, laterite etc. which get softened in presences of water shall be tested for Impact value under wet conditions in accordance with IS : 5640. The requirement of flakiness index and elongation index shall be enforced only in the case of crushed broken stone and crushed slag.

EARTH WORK, EROSION CONTROL AND DRAINAGE Table 300-1 Density Requirements of Embankment and Sub-Grade Materials. S.No. 1 2. Type of work Embankments upto 3 meters height, not subjected to extensive flooding. Embankments exceeding 3 meters height or embankments of any height subject to long periods of inundation Sub-grade and earthen shoulders/verges/ backfill Maximum laboratory dry unit weight when tested as per IS:2720 (Part 8) Not less than 15.2 kN/m3 Not less then 16.0 kN/m3

3.

Not less then 17.5 kN/m3

Note : 1. This table is not applicable for lightweight fill materials, e.g. cinder, fly ash etc. 2. The Engineer may relax these requirements at his discretion taking into account the availability of materials for construction and other relevant factors. 3. The materials to be used in sub-grade should also satisfy design CBR at the ,dry unit weight applicable as per Table 300-2.

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Sub-grade and earthen shoulders. Embankments. Expansion clays. (a) Sub-grade and 500mm portion just below the sub-grade. (b) Remaining portion of embankment

Not less than 97 Not less then 95 Not allowed Not less than 90

The contractor shall, at least 7 working days before commencement of compaction, submit the following to the Engineer for approval. 1. The values of maximum dry density and Optimum Moisture Content obtained in accordance with IS:2720 (Part 7 or Para 8), as the case may be, appropriate for each of the fill materials he intends to use. 2. A graph of density plotted against moisture content from which each of the values in i above of maximum dry density and Optimum Moisture Content were determined. 3. The dry density moisture content CBR relationship for light, intermediate and heavy compactive efforts (Light corresponding to IS:2720 (Part 7). Heavy corresponding to IS:2720 (Part 8) ad intermediate in between the two) for each of the fill materials he intends to use in the sub-grade. EARTH WORK, EROSION CONTROL AND DRAINAGE Table 300-03 Grading requirement for filter material. Sieve Designation Percentage passing by weight Class I Class II Class III 53 mm 100 45 mm 26.5 mm 22.4 mm 11.2 mm 5.6 mm 2.8 mm 1.4 mm 710 micron 355 micron 180 micron 90 micron 100 92-100 83-100 59-96 35-80 14-40 3-15 0-5 100 95-100 48-100 28-54 20-35 6-18 2-9 0-4 97-100 58-100 20-60 4-32 0-10 0-5 0-3

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63 mm 37.5 mm 19 mm 9.5 mm 3.35 mm 600 micron 150 micron 75 micron

100 45-100 25-80 8-45 0-10 0-5

100 85-100 0-20 0-5 -

SUB-BASE, BASE (NON-BITUMINOUS) AND SHOULDERS Table 400-1 Grading for closed-graded granular sub-base materials. IS Sieve Designation 75 mm 53 mm 26.50 mm 9.50 mm 4.75 mm 2.36 mm 0.425 mm 0.075 mm CBR Value (Minimum) Percentage by weight passing the IS sieve Grading I Grading II Grading III 100 80-100 100 55-90 70-100 100 35-65 50-80 65-95 25-55 40-65 50-80 20-40 30-50 40-65 10-25 15-25 20-35 3-10 3-10 3-10 30 25 20

Table 400-2 Grading for coarse-graded granular sub-base materials. Percentage by weight passing the IS sieve Grading I Grading II Grading II 75 mm 100 53 mm 100 26.50 mm 55-75 50-80 100 9.50 mm 4.75 mm 10-30 15-35 25-45 2.36 mm 0.425 mm 0.075 mm <10 <10 <10 CBR Value (Minimum) 30 25 20 Note: The materials passing 425 micron (0.425 mm) sieve for all the three grading when tested according to IS:2720 (Part 5) shall have liquid limit ad plasticity index not more than 25% and 6% respectivel SUB-BASE, BASE (NON-BITUMINOUS) AND SHOULDERS Table 400-7 Grading requirement of Coarse Aggregate.
IS Sieve Designation 1.
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Size Range 90 mm to 45 mm

IS Sieve Designation 125 mm

Percent by weight passing 100

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3.

Note :

90 mm 90-100 63 mm 25-60 45 mm 0-15 22.4 mm 0-5 63 mm to 45 mm 90 mm 100 63 mm 90-100 53 mm 25-75 45 mm 0-15 22.4 mm 0-5 53 mm to 22.4 mm 63 mm 100 53 mm 95-100 45 mm 65-90 22.4 mm 0-10 11.2 mm 0-5 The compacted thickness for a layer with Grading I shall be 100 mm while for layer with other Grading i.e. II & II, it shall be 75 mm. Table 400-8 Grading for Screenings.

IS Sieve Designation A.

Size Range 13.2 mm

B.

11.2 mm

IS Sieve Designation 13.2 mm 11.2 mm 5.6 mm 180 micron 11.2 mm 5.6 mm 180 micron

Percent by weight passing 100 95-100 15-35 0-10 100 90-100 15-35

SUB-BASE, BASE (NON-BITUMINOUS) AND SHOULDERS Table 400-9 Approximate Quantities of Coarse Aggregate and Screening Required for 100/75 mm compacted thickness of Water Bound Macadam (WBM) sub-base/base course for 10 m2 area. Classification Size range Compacted thickness Loose Quantity Screenings Stone Screenings Crushable type such as Moorum or Gravel Grading For WBM Grading Loose Classification sub-base/ Classification Qty. & size base course & size (Loose Qty.) Type A 13.2 0.27 to 0.30 Not uniform 0.30 to mm m3 0.32 m3 Type A 13.2 0.12 to 0.15 Not uniform 0.22 to mm m3 0.24 m3 Type B 11.2 0.20 to 0.22 Not uniform 0.22 to mm m3 0.24 m3 Type B 11.2 0.18 to 0.21 Not uniform 0.22 to mm m3 0.24 m3

Grading-I Grading-II Grading-II Grading-III

90mm to 45mm 63mm to 45 mm 63mm to 45 mm 53mm to 22.4 mm

100 mm 75mm 75mm 75mm

1.21 to 1.43 m3 0.91 to 1.07 m3 0.91 to 1.07 m3 0.91 to 1.07 m3

Table 400-10 Physical requirements of coarse aggregate wet mix macadam for sub-base/base course. S.No. 1. Test *Los Angles Abrasion Value OR
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IS : 2386 (Part 4) or 30 percent (Max.) IS 5640 Combined Flakiness and Elongation IS : 2386 (Part 1) 30 percent (Max.)** Indices (Total) Aggregate may satisfy requirements of either of the two tests. To determine this combined proportion, the flaky stone from a representative sample should first be separated out. Flakiness index is weight of flaky stone metal divided by weight of stone sample. Only the elongated particles be separated out from the remaining (non-flaky) stone metal. Elongation index is weight of elongated particles divided by total non-flaky particles. The value of flakiness index and elongation index so found are added up. SUB-BASE, BASE (NON-BITUMINOUS) AND SHOULDERS Table 400-11 Grading Requirements of Aggregate for Wet Mix Macadam IS Sieve Designation 53.00 mm 45.00 mm 26.50 mm 22.40 mm 11.20 mm 4.75 mm 2.36 mm 600 micron 75 micron Percent by weight Passing the IS Sieve 100 95-100 60-80 40-60 25-40 15-30 8-22 0-8

*Aggregate Impact Value

BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) TABLE 500-1 VISCOSITY REQUIREMENT AND QUANTITY OF LIQUID BITUMINOUS PRIMER Type of surface Kinematic Viscosity of Primer at the 60C (Centistokes) Low prosity Midium porosity High porosity 30-60 70-140 250-500 Quantity of Liquid Bituminous Material per 10 Sq.m. (kg) 6 to 9 9 to 12 12 to 15

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Cleanliness Particle Shape Strength* Durability

Water Absorption Stripping Water Sensitivity7 Notes: 1. 2. 3. 7. coating *

Grain size analysis1 Flakiness and Elongation Index (Combined)2 Los Angeles Abrasion Value3 Aggregate Impact Value3 Soundness:4 Sodium Sulphate Magnesium Sulphate Water absorption5 Coating and Stripping of Bitumen Aggregate Mixtures6 Retained tensile Strength

Max 5 % passing 0.075 mm sieve Max 30 % Max 40 % Max 30 % Max 12 % Max 18 % Max 2 % Minimum retained coating 95 % Min 80 %

IS: 2386 Part 1 4. IS: 2386 Part 5 IS: 2386 Part 1 5. IS: 2386 Part 3 (The elongation test to be done only on non-flaky aggregate in the sample) IS: 2386 Part 4* 6. IS: 6241 The water sensitivity test is only to be carried out if the minimum retained in the stripping test is less than 95% Aggregate may satisfy requirements of either of these two tests. BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-4 Composition of Bituminous Macadam

Mix designation nominal Aggregate size layer Thickness IS Sieve (mm) 45 37.5 26.5 19 13.2 4.75 2.36 0.3 0.075 Bitumen content % by weight Of total mixture1

Grade-I Grade-II 40mm 19mm 80-100 mm 50-75 mm Cumulative % by Weight of .total aggregate passing 100 90-100 75-100 100 90-100 35-61 56-88 13-22 16-36 4-19 4-19 2-10 2-10 0-8 0-8 3.1 3.4 3.3 3.5

Bitumen Grade 35 90 35 - 90 Note: 1. Appropriate bitumen contents for conditions in cooler areas of India may be upto 0.5% higher subject to the approval of the Engineer. BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-5 Manufacturing and Rolling Temperatures. Bitumen
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Penetration 35 65 90

Mixing (oC) 160-170 150-165 140-160

Mixing (oC) 160-175 150-170 140-165

Material (oC) 170 Maximum 165 Maximum 155 Maximum

(oC) 100 Minimum 90 Minimum 80 Minimum

(oC) 130 Minimum 125 Minimum 115 Minimum

Table 500-6 Composition of Penetration Macadam IS Sieve Designation (mm) 63 45 26.5 22.4 13.2 11.2 5.6 2.8 Approx. Loose Aggregate Quantities cu.m/m2 Binder quantity (penetration grade)1 (kg/m2) Cumulative percent by weight of total aggregate passing For 50mm compacted thickness For 75mm compacted thickness Coarse Key Aggregate Coarse Key Aggregate Aggregate Aggregate 100 100 58 82 37 -72 100 100 5 27 50 - 75 2 20 50 75 5 25 5 -25 05 05 05 05 0.06 5 0.015 0.09 6.8 0.018

Note: 1. If cutback bitumen is used, adjust binder quantity such that the residual bitumen is equal to the values in this table. BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-7 Grading requirements for coarse & key aggregates for built-up spray grout. IS Sieve Designation 53.0 mm 26.5 mm 22.4 mm 13.2 mm 5.6 mm 2.8 mm Cumulative percent by weight of total aggregate passing Coarse Aggregate Key Aggregate 100 40-75 100 0-20 40-75 0-20 0-5 0-5

Table 500-9 Grading requirements for mineral filler. IS Sieve 0.6 0.3
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85-100

BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-10 Composition of Dense Graded Bituminous Macadam Pavement Layers. Grading 1 2 Nominal Aggregate size 40 mm 25 mm Layer Thickness 80-100 mm 50-75 mm IS Sieve1 (mm) Cumulative % by weight of total aggregate passing 45 100 37.5 95-100 100 26.5 63-93 90-100 19 71-95 13.2 55-75 56-80 9.5 4.75 38-54 38-54 2.36 28-42 28-42 1.18 0.6 0.3 7-21 7-21 0.15 0.075 2-8 2-8 Bitumen content % by mass Min 4.0 Min 4.5 Of total mix2 Bitumen grade (pen.) 65 or 90 65 or 90 Note:1. The combined aggregate grading shall not vary from the low limit on one sieve to the high limit on the adjacent sieve. 2. Determined by the Marshall method. Table 500-11 Requirements Dense Graded Bituminous Macadam Mix. Minimum stability kN at 60oC Minimum flow (mm) Maximum flow (mm) Compaction level (Number of blows) Percent air voids Percent voids in mineral aggregate (VMA) Percent voids filled with bitumen (VFB) 9.0 2 4 75 blows on each of the two faces of he specimen 3-6 See Table 500-12 below 65-75

BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-12 Minimum percent Voids in Mineral Aggregate (VMA).
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9.5 14.0 1.50 16.0 12.5 13.0 14.0 15.0 19.0 12.0 13.0 14.0 25.0 11.0 12.0 13.0 37.5 10.0 11.0 12.0 Note:1. The nominal maximum particle size is one size larger than the first sieve to retain more than 10 percent. 2. Interpolate minimum voids in the mineral aggregate (VMA) for design air voids values between those listed.

Table 500-13 Permissible variations from the Job Mix Formula.


Description Aggregate passing 19mm sieve or larger Aggregate passing 13.2mm, 9.5 mm Aggregate passing 4.75 mm Aggregate passing 2.36mm, 1.18mm, 0.6mm Aggregate passing 0.3mm, 0.15 mm Aggregate passing 0.075 mm Binder content Mixing temperature Permissible Variation Base/Binder course Wearing Course 8% 7% 7% 6% 6% 5% 5% 4% 4% 3% 2% 1.5% 0.3% 0.3% 10 oC 10 oC

BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-15 Composition of Semi-Dense Bituminous Concrete Pavement Layers.
Grading 1 2 Nominal Aggregate size 13 mm 10 mm Layer Thickness 35- 40 mm 25-30 mm IS Sieve1 (mm) Cumulative % by weight of total aggregate passing 45 37.5 26.5 19 100 13.2 90-100 100 9.5 70-90 90-100 4.75 35-51 35-51 2.36 24-39 24-39 1.18 15-30 15-30 0.6 0.3 9-19 9-19 0.15 0.075 3-8 3-8 Bitumen content % by mass Min 4.5 Min 5.00 Of total mix2 Bitumen grade (pen.) 65 65 Note: 1.The combined aggregate grading shall not vary from the low limit on one sieve to the high limit on the
adjacent sieve. 2. Determined by the Marshall method.

BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-16 Requirements for Semi-Dense Bituminous Pavement Layers. Minimum stability kN at 60oC Minimum flow (mm)
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4 75 blows on each of the two faces of the specimen 3-5 See Table 500-12 65-78

Table 500-18 Composition of Bituminous Concrete Pavement Layers. Grading 1 2 Nominal Aggregate size 19 mm 13 mm Layer Thickness 50-65 mm 30-45 mm 1 IS Sieve (mm) Cumulative % by weight of total aggregate passing 45 37.5 26.5 100 19 79-100 100 13.2 59-79 79-100 9.5 52-72 70-88 4.75 35-55 53-71 2.36 28-44 42-58 1.18 20-34 34-48 0.6 15-27 26-38 0.3 10-20 18-28 0.15 5-13 12-20 0.075 2-8 4-10 Bitumen content % by mass 5.0 6.0 5.0 7.0 Of total mix2 Bitumen grade (pen.) 65 65 Note:1. The combined aggregate grading shall not vary from the low limit on one sieve to the high limit on the adjacent sieve. 2. Determined by the Marshall method. BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-19 Requirements for Bituminous Pavement Layers. Minimum stability kN at 60oC Minimum flow (mm) Maximum flow (mm) Compaction level (Number of blows) Percent air voids Percent voids in mineral aggregate (VMA) Percent voids filled with bitumen (VFB) Loss of stability on immersion in water at 60oC (ASTM D 1075) 9.0 2 4 75 blows on each of the two faces of the specimen 3-6 See Table 500-12 65-75 Min. 75 percent retained strength

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1.0 0.9 0.75

0.010 0.008 0.004

These rates of spread are for pricing purpose see clause 510.23 and clause 510.8 For emulsion, these rates of spread are for the residual bitumen and appropriate adjustment must be made to determine the total quantity. Refer to Manual for Construction and Supervision of Bituminous Works for the procedure of determining the rates of spread of binder and chips.

BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-21 Grading requirements for Chips for Surface Dressing. IS Sieve Designation (mm) 26.5 19.0 13.2 9.5 6.3 4.75 3.35 2.36 0.60 0.075 Minimum 65% By weight of Aggregate Cumulative percent by weight of total aggregate passing for the following nominal sizes (mm) 19 13 10 6 100 85-100 100 0-40 85-100 100 0-7 0-40 85-100 100 0-7 0-35 85-100 0-10 0-35 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-10 0-2 0-1.5 0-1.5 0-1.5 0-1.5 Passing 19 mm Passing 13.2mm Passing 9.5mm Passing 6.3mm retained 13.2mm retained 9.5mm retained 6.3mm retained 3.35mm

Table 500-22 Spraying Temperatures for Binders. Binder grades Penetration Grades 400/500 280/320 180/200 80/100 Whirling spray jets Min. oC Max oC 160 165 170 180 170 175 190 200 Slot jets Min. oC 140 150 155 165 Max oC 150 160 165 175

BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-23 Quantities of materials Required for 10 Sqm. of Road surface for 20mm Thick open graded premix surfacing using penetration bitumen or cutback.
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Aggregates (a) Nominal Stone size 13.2mm (passing 22.4mm sieve and retained on 11.2mm sieve) (b) Nominal Stone size 11.2mm (passing 13.2mm sieve and retained on 5.6mm sieve) Total 0.27 m3 Binder (quantities in terms of Straight run bitumen) (a) For 0.18m3 of 13.2mm nominal size stone at 52 kg bitumen per m3 (b) For 0.09 m3 of 11.2mm nominal size stone at 56 kg bitumen per m3 Total 14.6 kg.

Table 500-24 Quantities of aggregate for 10m2 area (A) Premix Carpet (a) Coarse aggregate nominal 13.2mm size, passing IS 22.4mm sieve and retained on IS 11.2mm sieve. (b) (B) Coarse aggregate nominal 11.2mm size (passing IS 13.2mm sieve and retained on IS 5.6mm sieve) 0.18 m3 0.09 m3

For Seal Coat : Refer to Clause 513

Table 500-25 Quantities of emulsion Binder. (A) (B) For Premix Carpet For Seal Coat : (a) for liquid seal coat (b) for premix seal coat For 10m2 area 20 to 23 kg 12 to 14 kg 10 to 12 kg

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13.2 mm 11.2 mm 5.6 mm 2.8 mm 0.090 mm

Type A 100 52-88 14-38 0-5 Table 500-27 Size requirements for Coarse Stone Aggregates.

Type B 100 88-100 31-52 5-25 0-5

S.No. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii)

Nominal size of aggregate 75 mm 63 mm 45 mm 26.5 mm 22.4 mm 13.2 mm 11.2 mm 6.7 mm

Designation of sieve through which the aggregates shall wholly pass 106 mm 90 mm 53 mm 45 mm 26.5 mm 22.4 mm 13.2 mm 11.2 mm

Designation of sieve on which the aggregates shall be wholly retained 63 mm 53 mm 26.5 mm 22.4 mm 13.2 mm 11.2 mm 6.7 mm 2.8 mm

BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-28 Percentage Reduction in Volume of Aggregates. S.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. Standard size of aggregates 75 mm and 63 mm 45 mm and 26.5 mm 22.4 mm, 13.2 mm, 11.2 mm and 6.7 mm Fine aggregate Percentage reduction in volume computed by stack measurements to arrive at the volume to be paid for 12.5 10.0 5.0 5.0

Table 500-29 Requirements for Physical Properties of Binder. Property Test method Requirement Penetration at 25 oC IS 1203 15 5* o Softening point, C IS 1205 65 10 Loss on heating for 5h at 163oC, % of mass Max. IS 1212 2.0 Solubility in trichloroethylene, % by mass Min. IS 1216 95 Ash (mineral matter), % by mass Max IS 1217 1.0 * In cold climatic regions (temperature 10oC), a softer penetration grade of 30/40 may be used.

Table 500-30 Grade and Thickness of Mastic Asphalt paving and Grading of Coarse Aggregate.
Application Thickness Range (mm) Nominal size of coarse aggregate (mm) Coarse aggregate content, % by mass of total mix

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25-50 40-50

13 13 13 mm Cumulative % passing by weight 100 88-96 0-5

40 10 45 10

BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-31 Grading of Fine Aggregates (Inclusive of Filler)
S.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. IS Sieve Passing 2.36 mm but retained on 0.60 mm Passing 0.600 mm but retained on 0.212 mm Passing 0.212 mm but retained on 0.075 mm Passing 0.075 mm Percentage by weight of aggregate 0-25 10-30 10-30 30-35

Table 500-32 Composition of Mastic Asphalt Blocks without Coarse Aggregates.


S.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. IS Sieve Passing 2.36 mm but retained on 0.60 mm Passing 0.600 mm but retained on 0.212 mm Passing 0.212 mm but retained on 0.075 mm Passing 0.075 mm Bitumen content Percentage by weight of aggregate Minimum Maximum 0 22 4 30 8 18 25 45 14 17

BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-33 Aggregate Grading, Binder Content and Approximate Coverage Rate.
Sieve Size (mm) 9.5 4.75 3.35 2.36 1.18 0.600 0.300 0.150 0.075 Quantity of residual Binder, percentage by mass of aggregate Approximate Coverage rate(kg/m2) Percentage by mass passing finished thickness of sealing 5 mm 3 mm 1.5 mm 100 90-100 100 80-100 100 65-90 75-100 95-100 45-70 55-90 70-95 30-50 35-70 55-75 18-30 20-45 30-50 10-21 10-25 10-30 5-15 5-15 5-15 7.5-13.5 10-16 12-20 8-15 4-6 2-4

Table 500-34 Minimum Recovered Binder Penetration of Recycled mixture..


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27 39 54

BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-42 Requirements for Sand Asphalt Base Coarse.
Parameter Minimum stability (kN at 60oC) Minimum flow (mm) Compaction level (Number of blows) Percent air voids Percent voids in mineral aggregate (VMA) Percent voids filled with bitumen (VFB) Requirement 2.0 2 2 x 75 35 > 16 65-75

BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-44 Requirements of polymer modified binders (Elastomeric Thermoplastics and Rubber Latex).
Designation Grade and Requirement PMB 120 PMB 70 PMB 40 90 to 150 50 to 89 30 to 49 35 22 18 48 -16 50 220 60 (40)** 4 2-6 59 -12 50 220 50 (30)** 4 4-8 Method of Test IS: 1203-1978 IS: 1205-1978 IS: 1205-1978 IS: 9381-1978 IS: 1208-1978 IS: 1209-1978 ASTM D5976-1996 ASTM D5976-1996 IS: 1206-1978

Penetration at 25oC, 0.1mm, 100g. 5 sec. Penetration at 4oC, 0.1mm, 200g, 60 sec. Minimum* Softening Point, (R&B), oC, Minimum 38 Fraass Breaking Point, oC, Maximum* -24 Ductility at 27oC, cm, Minimum 75 Flash Point, COC, oC, Minimum 220 Elastic Recovery of Half thread in 70 Ductilometer at 15oC, %, Minimum (50)** Separation, Difference in Softening Point, 4 R&B, oC, Maximum Viscosity at 150oC, Poise 1-3 Test on Thin film Oven Test Residue, TFOT (IS:9382-1979) Designation Penetration at 4oC, 0.1mm, 200g, 60 sec. Loss in Weight, %, Maximum Increase in Softening Point, oC, Maximum Reduction in Penetration at 25oC, %, Maximum Elastic Recovery of Half Thread in Ductilometer at 15oC, %, Minimum * Relevant to snow bound cold climate areas. ** Natural Rubber Modified Bitumen

Grade and Requirement PMB 120 PMB 70 PMB 40 18 15 12 1.0 1.0 1.0 7 6 5 35 35 35 60 (35)** 40 (30)** 35 (25)**

Method of Test IS: 1203-1978 IS: 9382-1979 IS: 1205-1978 IS: 1203-1978 ASTM D5976-1996

BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) Table 500-45 Requirements of polymer modified binders (Plastomeric Thermoplastics). Designation
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Penetration at 25 C, 0.1mm, 100g. 5 sec. Penetration at 4oC, 0.1mm, 200g, 60 sec. Minimum* Softening Point, (R&B), oC, Minimum 38 Fraass Breaking Point, oC, Maximum* -20 Ductility at 27oC, cm, Minimum 50 o Flash Point, COC, C, Minimum 220 Elastic Recovery of Half thread in 60 Ductilometer at 15oC, %, Minimum Separation, Difference in Softening Point, 3 R&B, oC, Maximum Viscosity at 150oC, Poise 1-2 Test on Thin film Oven Test Residue, TFOT (IS:9382-1979) Designation Penetration at 4oC, 0.1mm, 200g, 60 sec. minimum* Loss in Weight, %, Maximum Increase in Softening Point, oC, Maximum Reduction in Penetration at 25oC, %, Maximum

PMB 120 90 to 150 35

PMB 70 50 to 89 22 48 -15 40 220 50 3 2-4

PMB 40 30 to 49 18 59 -10 30 220 40 3 4-8

IS: 1203-1978 IS: 1205-1978 IS: 1205-1978 IS: 9381-1978 IS: 1208-1978 IS: 1209-1978 ASTM D5976-1996 ASTM D5976-1996 IS: 1206-1978

Grade and Requirement PMB 120 PMB 70 PMB 40 18 15 12 1.0 7 35 45 1.0 6 35 35 1.0 5 35 30

Method of Test IS: 1203-1978 IS: 9382-1979 IS: 1205-1978 IS: 1203-1978 ASTM D5976-1996

Elastic Recovery of Half Thread in Ductilometer at 15oC, %, Minimum * Relevant to snow bound cold climate areas. BASE AND SURFACE COURSES (BITUMINOUS)

Table 500-46 Requirements of polymer modified binders (Treated with Modified Crumb Rubber). Designation Grade and Requirement CRMB 60 CRMB 55 CRMB 50 50-70 50-60 40-60 50 55 60 40 35 30 60 5 20 60 5 15 Method of Test IS: 1203-1978 IS: 1205-1978 ASTM D5976-1996 IS:1203-1978 IS:1205-1978 ASTM D5976-1996

Penetration at 25oC, 0.1mm, 100g. 5 sec. Softening Point, (R&B), oC, Minimum Elastic Recovery of Half thread in Ductilometer at 15oC, %, Minimum Test on Thin Film Oven Test Residue (IS: 9382-1979) Reduction in Penetration at 25oC, %, 60 Maximum Increase in Softening Point, (R&B) oC, 5 Maximum 25 Elastic Recovery of Residue Half Thread in Ductilometer at 15oC, %, Minimum CRMB - Crumb Rubber Modified Bitumen

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Sub-base + 10mm a) Flexible pavement b) Concrete Pavement (Dry lean concrete or rolled concrete) - 20mm + 6mm - 10mm + 6mm - 6mm + 10mm - 10mm + 15mm - 15mm + 6mm - 6mm + 10mm - 10mm + 5mm - 6mm*

3.

Base Course for flexible pavement. a) Bituminous Course b) Other than bituminous i) Machine laid ii) Manually laid.

4.

Wearing course flexible pavement. i) Machine laid ii) Manually laid.

5. *

Cement Concrete pavement This may not exceed 8mm at 0-30 cm from the edges. QUALITY CONTROL FOR ROAD WORKS Table 900-2 Maximum Permitted number of Surface Irregularities. Surface of carriageways and paved shoulders 4mm 7 mm 300 75 300 75 20 9 2 1

Irregularity Length (m) National Highways/ Expressway* Road of 40 18 4 2 60 27 6 3 Lower category* * Category of each section of road as described in the contract. The maximum allowable difference between the road surface and underside of a 3m straight edge when placed parallel with, or at right angles to the center line of the road at points decided by the Engineer shall be : (i) For Pavement surface (bituminous and cement concrete) 3mm (ii) For Bituminous base courses. 6mm (iii) For Granular sub-base/base courses. 8mm (iv) For Sub-base under concrete pavements 10mm QUALITY CONTROL FOR ROAD WORKS Table 900-3 Control tests and their Minimum Frequency for Sub-Bases and Bases (Excluding bitumen Bound Bases).

Surface of laybys, service areas and all bituminous base course 4 mm 7mm 300 75 300 75 40 18 4 2

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S. No. 1.

Type of Construction Granular

Test (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) Gradation Atterberg Limits Moisture content prior to compaction. Density of compacted layer Deleterious constituents CBR Quality of Lime/Cement Lime/Cement Content Degree of pulverization CBR or unconfined compressive strength test on a set of three specimens. Moisture content prior to compaction Density of compacted layer Deleterious constituents Aggregate impact value Grading Flakiness index and Elongation index. Atterberg limits of binding material Atterberg limits of portion of aggregate passing 425 micron sieve. Aggregate impact value Grading Flakiness index and Elongation index Atterberg limits of portion of aggregate passing 425 micron sieve. Density of compacted layer

Frequency (Min.) One test per 200 m3 One test per 200 m3 One test per 250 m3 One test per 500 m3 As required As required One test for each consignment subject to a minimum of one test per 5 tonnes. Regularly through procedural checks. Periodically as considered necessary As required One test per 250 m2 One test per 500 m2 As required One test Per 200 m3 of aggregate One test per 100 m3 One test per 200 m3 of aggregate One test per 25m3 of binding material. One test per 100 m3 of aggregate One test per 200 m3 of aggregate One test per 100 m3 of aggregate One test per 200 m3 of aggregate One test per 100 m3 of aggregate One test per 500 m2

2.

Lime/Cement Stablised Soil Subbase

3.

Water Bound Macadam

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)

4.

Wet Mix Macadam

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)

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Primer Coat/ Tack Coat/For spray

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Quality of binder

No. of samples per lot to be and tests as per IS:73, IS:217 and IS:8887 as applicable At regular close intervals One test per 500m2 and not less than two test per day. Same as mentioned under Serial No.1 One test per 50 m3 of aggregate -doInitially one set of 3 representative specimens for each source of supply. Subsequently when warranted by changes in the quality of aggregates. --------------do----------Initially one set of 3 representative specimens for each source of supply. Subsequently when warranted by changes in the quality of aggregates. (if required) One test per 25m3 of aggregate. Initially, one determination by each method for each source of supply, then as warranted by change in the quality of the aggregates. As required At regular close intervals. One test per 500 m2 of work, and, not less than two tests per day.

(ii) (iii) 2. Seal coat/ surface dressing (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

Binder temperature for application Rate of spread of binder Quality of binder Aggregate Impact value/ Los Angles Abrasion Value Flakiness Index or Elongation Index Stripping value of aggregates (Immersion Tray Test)

(v) (vi)

Water absorption of aggregate Water sensitivity of mix

(vii) (viii)

Grading of aggregates Soundness (Magnesium and Sodium Sulphate)

(ix) (x) (xi)

Polished stone value Temperature of binder at application Rate of spread of materials

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50m3 of aggregate. 3. Open-graded Premix Surfacing/ Close-graded Premix Surfacing (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) (xiii) 4. Bituminous Macadam (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Quality of binder Aggregate Impact Value/ Los Angeles Abrasion Value Flakiness Index and Elongation Index Stripping Value Water absorption of aggregates Water sensitivity of mix Grading of aggregates Soundness (Magnesium and Sodium Sulphate) Polished stone value Temperature of binder at application Binder content Rate of spread of mixed material Percentage of fractured faces Quality of binder Aggregate Impact Value/ Los Angeles Abrasion Value Flakiness Index and Elongation Index Stripping Value Water sensitivity of mix Grading of aggregates Same as mentioned under Serial No.1 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 --do-Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 As required At regular close intervals One test per 500m3 and not less than two tests per day. Regular control through checks of layer thickness Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.1 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 -doTwo tests per day per plant both on the individual constituents and mixed aggregates from the dryer Same as mentioned under Serial No.2

(vii)

Water absorption of aggregates

S. No.

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Percentage of fractured faces Binder content and aggregate grading Control of temperature of binder and aggregate for mixing and of the mix at the time of laying and rolling. Rate of spread of mixed material Density of compacted layer Quality of binder Aggregate Impact Value/ Los Angeles Abrasion Value Flakiness Index and Elongation Index Stripping Value Water absorption of aggregates Water sensitivity of mix Aggregate grading Soundness (Magnesium and Sodium Sulphate) Percentage of fractured faces Temperature of binder at application Rate of spread of mixed material Quality of binder Aggregate Impact Value/ Los Angeles Abrasion Value Flakiness Index and Elongation Index Stripping Value

Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Periodic, subject to minimum of two tests per day per plant. At regular close intervals.

(xii) (xiii) 5. Bituminous Penetration Macadam/Built-up Spray-Grout (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (i) 6. Dense Bituminous Macadam/ Semi Dense Bituminous Concrete/ Bituminous Concrete (ii) (iii) (iv)

Regular control through checks of layer thickness. One test per 250m2 of area. Same as mentioned under Serial No.1 One test per 200 m3 of aggregate -doSame as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as Serial No.2 Same as Serial No.2 One test per 100 m3 of aggregate Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 At regular close intervals Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.1 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 -doSame as mentioned under Serial No.2

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Sodium Sulphate) Water absorption of aggregates Sand equivalent test Plasticity Index Polished stone value Percentage of fractured faces Mix grading

No.2 As in Serial No.2 As required As required As required, for Semi Dense Bituminous Concrete/d Bituminous Concrete Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 One set of tests on individual constituents and mixed aggregate from the dryer for each 400 tonnes of mix subject to minimum of two tests per plant per day. For each 400 tonnes of mix produced, a set of 3 Marshall specimens to be prepared and tested for stability, flow value, density and void content subject to a minimum of two sets being tested per plant per day Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 As required for the Bituminous Concrete At regular close intervals

(xii)

Stability of Mix

(xiii) (xiv) (xv)

Water sensitivity of mix (Retained Tensile Strength) Swell test on the mix Control of temperature of binder in boiler, aggregate in the dryer and mix at the time of laying and rolling Control of binder content and grading of the mix Rate of spread of mixed material

(xvi) (xvii)

(xviii) Density of compacted layer 7. Mastic Asphalt (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Quality of binder Aggregate Impact Value/ Los Angeles Abrasion Value Flakiness Index and Elongation Index Stripping Value

One test for each 400 tones of mix subject to a minimum of two sets per day per plant Regular control through checks on the weight of mixed material and layer thickness One test per 250 m2 area Same as mentioned under Serial No.1 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 -do-do-

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Grading of aggregates

Two tests per day per plant both on the individual constituents and mixed aggregates from the dryer Same as in Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Periodic, subject to minimum of two tests per day per plant At regular close intervals

(vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi)

Water absorption of aggregates Soundness (Magnesium and Sodium Sulphate) Percentage of fractured faces Binder content and aggregates grading Control of temperature of binder in boiler, aggregate in the dryer and mix at the time of laying and rolling Rate of spread of mixed material Hardness number

(xii) (xiii)

Regular control through checks of layer thickness One test for each 400 tonnes of mix subject to a minimum of two tests per day Same as mentioned under Serial No.1 Initially one set of 3 representative speciments for each source of supply, then as warranted by changes in the quality of aggregates. Minimum of one test per 25m3 of recycled material Minimum of one test per 50m3 of recycled material For each 400 tonnes of mix recycled, a set of 3 Marshall specimens to be prepared and tested for stability, flow, density and void content, subject to minimum of two sets of tests per day Same as mentioned under Serial No.1 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 -do-do-

(i) 8. Slurry seal (ii)

Quality of binder Film stripping test

(i) 9. Recycled material (ii) (iii)

Binder content and aggregate grading Recovered binder penetration Mix stability (Remix/ Repave)

(i) 10. Cold Mix (ii) (iii) (iv)

Quality of binder Aggregate Impact Value/ Los Angeles Abrasion Value Flakiness Index and Elongation Index Stripping Value

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Grading of aggregates

Two tests per day per plant both on the individual constituents and mixed aggregates from the dryer Two tests per day per plant Same as in Serial No.2

(vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (x) (xi)

Percentage minimum coating Water absorption of aggregates Soundness (Magnesium and Sodium Sulphate) Percentage of fractured faces Binder content and aggregates grading Mix stability Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 When gravel is used, one test per 50m3 of aggregate Periodic, subject to minimum of two tests per day per plant For each 400 tonnes of mix recycled, a set of 3 Marshall specimens to be prepared and tested for stability, flow, density and void content, subject to minimum of two sets of tests per day Same as mentioned under Serial No.1 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 As required As required

11.

Sand Asphalt Base Course

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)

Quality of binder Los Angles Abrasion Value Sand equivalent test Plasticity Index Mix grading

(vi)

Stability of Mix

One set of test on individual constituents and mixed aggregate from the dryer for each 400 tonnes of mix subject to a minimum of two tests per plant per day For each 400 tonnes of mix recycled, a set of 3 Marshall specimens to be prepared and tested for stability, flow, density and void content, subject to minimum of two sets of tests per day

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Control of temperature of binder in boiler, aggregate in the dryer and mix at the time of laying and rolling Control of binder content and grading of the mix Rate of spread of mixed material

At regular close intervals

(viii) (ix)

One test for each 400 tonnes of mix subject to a minimum of two tests per day per plant Regular control and through checks on the weight of mixed material and layer thickness One test per 250 m2 area Initially on submission thereafter daily if site blended, weekly if pre-blended -do-do-do-doInitially on submission -do-do-

(x) 12. Modified Binder (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii)

Density of compacted layer Softening Point Penetration at 25oC and 4 oC Elastic Recovery Ductility Flash Point Fraass Breaking Viscosity at 150oC Thin film oven test, penetration, softening point, elastic recovery of residue, loss on heating The requirements of Clause 704.3.1 of the Ministry's Specification for Road and Bridge Works (third revision) shall apply.

13.

Geotextiles

(i)

MATERIAL FOR STRUCTURE TABLE 1000-1 REQUIREMENTS OF COURSE AGGREGATE IS Sieve Size Per cent by Weight Passing the Sieve

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40 mm 63 mm 40 mm 20 mm 12.5 mm 10 mm 4.75 mm 100 95-100 30 -70 10-35 0-5

20 mm 100 95-100 25-55 0-10

12.5 mm 100 90-100 40-85 0-10

TABLE 1000-2 SAND / FINE AGGREGATE Per cent by Weight Passing the Sieve IS Sieve Size 10 mm 4.75 mm 2.36 mm 1.18 mm 600 micron 300 micron 150 micron Zone I 100 90 - 100 60 - 95 30 - 70 15 - 34 5 - 20 0 - 10 Zone II 100 90 - 100 75 - 100 55 - 90 35 - 59 8 - 30 0 -10 Zone III 100 90 - 100 85 - 100 75 - 100 60 - 79 12 - 40 0 - 10

Grade Designation S 240

MATERIAL FOR STRUCTURE TABLE 1000-3 STEEL Bar Type conforming to Characteristic governing IS Strength fy MPa Specification IS : 432 Part I Mild Steel Bar IS: 1786 High Yield Strength Deformed Bars (HYSD) 240

Elastic Modulus GPa 200

S 415

415

200

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h)

Patch Up materials shall be procured in sealed containers with certificates from the agency who has supplied the fusion bonded epoxy bars. PVC coated G.I. binding wires of 18G shall only be used in conjunction with fusion bonded epoxy bars. Chairs for supporting the reinforcement shall also be of fusion bonded epoxy coated bars. The cut ends and damaged portions shall be touched up with repair patch up material. The bars shall be cut by saw-cutting rather than flame cutting. While bending the bars, the pins of work benches shall be provided with PVC of plastic sleeves. The coated steel shall not be directly exposed to sun rays or rains and shall be protected with opaque polyethylene sheets or such other approved materials. While concreting, the workmen or trolleys shall not directly move on coated bars but can move on wooden planks placed on the bars.

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1010 WATER (a) (b) (c) To neutralize 200 ml sample of water, using phenolphthalein as an indicator, it should not require more than 2 ml of 0.1 normal NaOH. To neutralize 200 ml sample of water, using methy1 orange as an indicator, it should not require more than 10 ml of 0.1 normal HCL. The permissible limits for solids shall be as follows when tested in accordance with IS : 3025 Permissible Limits (max)

d)

Organic 200 mg/lit Inorganic 3000 mg/lit Sulphates (SO4) 500 mg/lit Chlorides (CL) 500 mg/lit * Suspended matter 2000 mg/lit * In case of structures of lengths 30m and below,, the permissible limit of chlorides may be increased up to 1000 mg/lit. All samples of water (including potable water) shall be tested and suitable measures taken where necessary to ensure conformity of the water to the requirements stated herein. The pH value shall not be les than 6. 1012. CONCRETE ADMIXTURES 1012.1. General a) b) c) d) e) f) Normal dosage and detrimental effects, if any, o under dosage and over dosage. The chemical names of the main ingredients in the admixtures. The chloride content, if any, expressed as a percentage by the weight of the admixture. Values of dry material content, ash content and relative density of the admixture which w\can be used for Uniformity Tests. Whether or not the admixture leads to the entertainments of air when used as per the manufacturer's recommended dosage, and if so to what extent. Where two or more admixtures are proposed to be used in any one mix, confirmation as to their compatibility. There would be to increase in risk of corrosion of the reinforcement or other embedment as a result of using the admixture.

g)

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1012.2. Physical and Chemical Requirements

(a) " Plasticizers " and "Super-Plasticizers" shall meet the requirements indicated for "
Water reducing Admixture" (b) Except where resistance to freezing and thawing and to disruptive action of deicing salts is necessary, the air content of freshly mixed concrete in accordance with the pressure method given in IS:1199 shall not be more than 2 per cent higher than that of the corresponding control mix and in any case not more then 3 per cent of the test mix. (c) The chloride content of the admixture shall not exceed 0.2 per cent when tested in accordance with IS:6925. In addition, the maximum permissible limit of chloride content of all the constituents as indicated in Section 1700 shall also be observed. (d) Uniformity tests on the admixtures are essential to compare qualitatively the composition of different samples taken from batch to batch or from the same batch at different times. The tests that shall be performed along with: permissible variations in the same are indicated below: Dry Material Content : to be within 3 per cent and 5 per cent of liquid and solid admixtures respectively of the value stated by the manufacturer. Ash content : to be within 1 per cent of the value stated by the manufacturer.

Relative Density (for liquid admixtures) : to be within 2 per cent of the value stated by the manufacturer. (e) All tests relating to the concretes admixtures shall be conducted periodically at and independent laboratory and compared with the data given by the manufacturer.

PILE FOUNDATIONS TABLE 1100-1 TIME FOR CURING PRECAST PILES Minimum periods from time of casting Type of cement used in casting the pile Ordinary Portland Rapid Portland hardening Strike sideshutters (hours) 24 12 End of wet curing (days) 7 7 Lift from casting bed (days) 10 7 Drive (days) 28 10

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1116 TOLERANCES 1116.1. Permissible Tolerances for Piles i) Precast Concrete Piles : a) Variation in cross-sectional dimensions b) Variation in length c) Surface irregularities measured with 3 m straight edge d) Bow for length in mm ii) Driven Piles a) b) c) d) iii) Bored Piles a) b) c) d) Variation in cross-sectional dimensions Variation from vertical or specified rake Variation in the final position of the head in plan Variation of level of top of piles Variation in cross-sectional dimensions Variation from vertical or specified rake Variation in the final position of the head in plan Variation of level of top of piles : + 5 mm : + 25 mm : 5 mm : Pile Length in mm 100 : + 50 mm, - 10 mm : 1 in 50 : 75 mm : + 25 mm : + 50 mm, - 10 mm : 1 in 50 : 50 mm : + 25 mm

1116.2. Permissible Tolerances for Pile Caps a) b) c) d) Variation in dimensions Misplacement from specified position in plan Surface irregularities measured with 3 m straight edge Variation of levels at the top 1508. REMOVAL OF FORMWORK The scheme for removal of form work (i.e. de-shuttering and decentering) shall be planned in advance and furnished to the Engineer for scrutiny and approval. No formwork or any part thereof shall be removed without prior approval of the Engineer. The Formwork shall be so removed as not to cause any damage to concrete. Centering shall be gradually and uniformly lowered in such a manner as to permit the concrete to take stresses due to its own weight uniformly and gradually to avoid any shock or vibration. Where not specifically approved, the time of removal of formwork (when ordinary Portland Cement is used without any admixtures at an ambient temperatures exceeding 10 degrees Celsius) shall be as under: a) b) c) d) e) Walls, piers, abutments, columns and vertical faces of structural members Soffits of Slabs (with props left under) Props (left under slabs) Soffit of Girders (with props left under) Props (left under girders) : : : : 12 to 48 hours as may be decided by the Engineer 3 days 14 days 7 days : 21 days : + 50mm, -10 mm : 15 mm : 5 mm : + 25 mm

Where there are re-entrant angles in the concrete sections, the formwork should be removed at these sections as soon as possible after the concrete has set, in order to avoid cracking due to shrinkage of concrete.

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SRTRUCTURE OF CONCRETE 1703. GRADES OF CONCRETE Grade Designation M 15 M 20 M 25 M 30 M 35 M 40 M 45 M 50 M 55 TABLE 1700 - 1. Specified characteristic Compressive strength of 150 mm cubes at 28 days, in MPa 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55

TABLE 1700-2 : FOR BRIDGES WITH PRESTRESSED CONCRETE OR THOSE WITH INDIVIDUAL SPAN LENGTHS MORE THAN 30 M OR THOSE THAT ARE BUILT WITH INNOVATIVE DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION (A) MINIMUM CEMENT CONTENT AND MAXIMUM WATER CEMENT RATIO Structural Member Min. cement content for all exposure conditions (kg./cu.m) 360 400 400 Max. water cement ratio Exposure conditions Normal Severe 0.45 0.45 0.40 0.45 0.40 0.40

a) PCC members b) RCC members c) PSC members

(B) MINIMUM STRENGTH OF CONCRETE Member Moderate a) PCC members b) RCC members c) PSC member M 25 M 35 M 35 Condition of Exposure Severe M 30 M 40 M 40

TABLE 1700-3 FOR BRIDGES OTHER THAN THOSE MENTIONED IN TABLE 1700-2 AND FOR CULVERTS AND OTHER INCIDENTAL CONSTRUCTION. (A) MINIMUM CEMENT CONTENT AND MAXIMUM WATER CEMENT RATIO Min. cement content kg/cu.m) Max. water cement ratio Structural Exposure condition Exposure condition Member Normal Severe Normal Severe a) PCC members b) RCC members 250 310 310 400 0.50 0.45 0.45 0.40

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(C) MINIMUM STRENGTH OF CONCRETE Member a) PCC members b) RCC members Condition of Exposure Moderate M 15 M 20 Severe M 20 M 25

NOTES APPLICABLE TO TABLES 1700-2 AND 1700-3 (i) The minimum cement content is based on 20 mm aggregate (nominal max. size). For 40 mm and larger size aggregates, it may be reduced suitably but the reduction shall not be more than 10 per cent. (ii) For underwater concreting, the cement content shall be increased by 10 per cent. (iii) Severe conditions of exposure shall mean alternate wetting and drying due to sea spray, alternate wetting and drying combined with freezing and buried in soil having corrosive effect. (iv) Moderate conditions of exposure shall mean other that those mentioned in (iii) above. The cement content shall be as low as possible but not less than the quantities specified In no case shall it exceed 540 kg/cu.m. of concrete. 1704.1. Requirements of Consistency Table 1700-4. type 1 (a) Structures with exposed inclined surface requiring low slump concrete to allow proper compaction (b) Plain cement concrete 2. RCC structures with widely spaced reinforcements; e.g. solid columns, piers, abutments, footings, well steining 3. RCC structures with fair degree of congestion of reinforcement; e.g. pier and abutment caps, box culverts well curb, well cap, walls with thickness greater than 300 mm 4. RCC and PSC structures with highly congested reinforcements e.g. deck slab girders, box girders, walls with thickness less than 300 mm 5. Underwater concreting through tremie e.g. bottom plug, cast-in-situ piling 1704.2 Requirements for Designed Mixes 1704.2.1 Target mean Strength (i) The Current margin for a concrete mix shall be determined by the Contractor and shall be taken as 1.64 times the standard deviation of sample test results taken from at least 40 separate batches of concrete of nominally similar proportions produced at site by the same plant under smilar supervision, over a period exceeding 5 days, but not exceeding 6 months. (ii) Where there is insufficient data to satisfy the above, the current margin for the initial mix shall be taken as given in Table 1700-5 : design above.

Slump(mm) 25 25 40 - 50 50 - 75 75 - 125 100 - 200

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174.2.3 Control of Strength of design mixes a) Adjustment to Mix Proportions. Adjustment to mix proportions arrived at in the trial mixes shall be made subject to the Engineer's approval, n order to minimize the variability of strength and to maintain the target mean strength. Such adjustments shall not be taken to imply any change in the current margin. b) Change of Current Margin When required by the Engineer, the Contractor shall recalculate the current margin in accordance with Clause 1704.2.1 The recalculated value shall be adopted as directed by the Engineer, and it shall become the current margin for concrete produced subsequently. Additional Trial Mixes During production, the Contractor shall carry out trial mixes and tests, if required by the Engineer, before substantial changes are made in the material or in the proportions of the materials to be used, except when adjustments to the mix proportions are carried out in accordance wit sub-clause (a) above. TABLE 1700-6 PROPORTION FOR NOMINAL MIX CONCRETE Concrete Grade M 15 Total Quantity of dry aggregate by mass per 50 kg of cement to be taken as the sum of individual masses of fine and coarse aggregates (kg) 350 Proportion of fine to Coarse aggregate (by mass) Generally 1:2, subject to upper limit 1:1:5 and lower limit of 1:2:5 _____ do ____

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250 Table 1700- 7. 1706. Size on Coarse Aggregate Components

i) RCC well curb ii) RCC/PCC well steining iii) Well cap or Pile Cap Solid type piers and abutments iv) RCC Work in girders, slabs, wearing coat, kerb, approach slab, hollow piers and abutments, pier/abutment caps, piles v) PSC work vi) Any other item

Maximum Nominal Size of Coarse Aggregate (mm) 20 40 40 20

20 As specified by Engineer

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TABLE 1700 - 8 MINIMUM FREQUENCY OF SAMPLING OF CONCRETE OF EACH GRADE Quantity of Concrete in work, m3 No. of Samples 1-5 6 - 15 16 - 30 31 - 50 51 and above 1 2 3 4 4 plus one additional sample for each additional 50 m3 or part thereof

2400 - SURFACE AND SUB-SURFACE GEOTECHNICAL EXPLORATION 2404- EXPLORATION FOR BRIDGE FOUNDATIONS RESTING ON ROCK 2405- BORING 2407 - METHODS OF SAMPLING There are two types of sample viz. (a) Disturbed sample (b) Undisturbed sample. The usual methods for sampling conforming to IS : 1892 and IS:2132 are given below :Nature of Ground Soil Type of Sample Disturbed Undisturbed Rock Disturbed Undisturbed Method of Sampling Hand Samples Auger Samples Shell Samples Hand Samples Tube Samples Wash Samples from percussion or rotary drilling Cores

TABLE 2400-1 SIZE OF SOIL SAMPLE REQUIRED S.NO. 1. PURPOSE OF SAMPLE Soil identification, natural moisture content tests, mechanical analysis and index properties, chemical tests Compression tests Comprehensive examination of construction material any borrow area soil including soil stablisation SOIL TYPE Cohesive soils Sands and Gravels 1 3 WEIGHT OF SAMPLE REQUIRED Kg.

2. 3.

Cohesive soils and sand Cohesive soils and sands Gravelly soil

12.5 25 - 50 50 - 100

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2412- TESTING OF MATERIAL FOR GUIDE BUND AND HIGH EMBANKMENT AND ITS FOUNDATIONS TABLE 2400-2 SHEAR STRENGTH TESTS FOR STABILITY ANALYSIS S. No. 1. Stage in Life of Embankment (a) During construction or immediate postconstruction (b) -- do -Strength Parameters Shear Test Unconsolidated undrained triaxial shear test on undisturbed samples and on compacted embankment material Unconfined compression test in laboratory or vane shear test Consolidated undrained test with pore-pressure measurement on as compacted soil samples of embankment materials and on undisturbed samples -- do -Type of Analysis Total stress analysis

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2412.4 - LABORATORY INVESTIGATION OF EMBANKMENT MATERIAL S.NO. i) ii) iii) iv) TEST Gradation Test (Sieve Analysis) Atterberg Limit Test Standard Proctor Test Natural Moisture Content TEST METHOD IS: 2720 (Part 4) IS: 2720 (Part 5) IS: 2720 (Part 7) IS: 2720 (Part 2)

USEFUL DATA 1. a) Areas & Weights of Steel Mild Steel Round Bars Dia in mm 6 8 10 12 16 18 20 22 25 28 32 40 Area Sq. cm. 0.283 0.503 0.785 1.131 2.011 2.545 3.142 3.801 4.909 6.157 8.042 12.566 Weight Kg/M 0.222 0.395 0.617 0.888 1.578 2.000 2.466 2.984 3.853 4.830 6.313 9.684 Perimeter Cms. 1.887 2.514 3.143 3.771 5.028 5.657 6.286 6.914 7.857 8.800 10.057 12.571 Page 84

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High Tensile Steel Dia in mm 3 5 7 8 Area Sq. cm. 0.070 0.196 0.385 0.503 Weight Kg/M 0.056 0.154 0.302 0.395 Perimeter Cms. 0.943 1.571 2.200 2.514

c)

H.T. Cables each containing 12 wires Dia of wire in mm 3 5 8 Total area of H.T. Sq. Cm. 2.352 4.620 6.036 Weight Kg/M 1.848 3.624 4.740

d)

Structural steel (Sections which are normally required in bridge works) Types Section Angle Size in M.M. 40 x 40 x 6 50 x 50 x 6 75 x 75 x 6 75 x 75 x 10 100 x 100 x 6 100 x 100 x 10 130 x 130 x 10 130 x 130 x 12 100 x 100 x 10 75 x 40 x 6 Weight Kg./M. 3.500 4.500 6.800 11.000 11.000 14.900 19.700 23.400 15.00 5.700

Tee Channel e)

Structural Flats (Sections which are normally required in bridge works) Thickness of Plate 1 M.M. 2 M.M. 3 M.M. 6 M.M. 10 M.M. 12 M.M. 20 M.M. 25 M.M. Weights Kg./M. 0.00078 0.00156 0.00235 0.00470 0.00783 0.00940 0.01566 0.01957

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2.

Weight of Materials for construction (as per IS:875 (Part I) 1987)


S.No. 1. 2. Material Cement Steel a) Mild Steel b) Cast Steel c) H.T. Steel Stainless Stel Lead Copper Plain Cement Concrete PSC RCC Stones a) Lime b) Sand Stone Masonry Rubble Bricks Brick Masonry Timber Unit Metric Cum. Cu.Cm. Cu.Cm. Cu.Cm. Cu.Cm. Cu.Cm. Cu.Cm. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Cum. Weights in Kg. 1440 0.0078 0.0078 0.0078 0.0078 0.0113 8.79 to 8.94 1600 to 2400 2400 2310 to 2700 2400 to 2640 2240 to 2400 2100 1600 to 1920 1920 to 2240 650 to 720

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

10. 11. 12. 13.

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Conversion Factors. Top Convert


Inch Inch Foot Mile Square Inch Square Foot Acre Sq.Mile Cubic Inch Cubic Foot Gallon (Imp.) Pound Ton Lbs. Per Sq. Inch Ton Per Sq. Foot To obtain

Into
Millimeter Centimeter Meter Kilometer Sq. Centimeter Square Meter Hectare Sq. Kilometer Cu. Centimeter Cubic Meter Litre Kilogram Tonne Kg. Per Sq. Cm. Tonne Per Sq. M. From

Multiply by
25.40 2.540 0.3048 1.609 6.4516 0.0929 0.4047 2.590 16.387 0.0283 4.546 0.4536 1.0160 0.0703 10.937 0.039 0.3937 3.2808 0.621 0.155 10.764 2.471 0.386 0.0161 35.3147 0.220 2.2046 0.9842 14.223 0.0914 Multiply by

4.

Quantities of Materials for Finished Items of Works


S.No a)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. b) 7. 8.

Items Unit per Cubic meter of finished item


Cement Mortar (1:3) Cement Mortar (1:4) Cement Mortar (1:6) Course Rubble Masonry Cut Stone Masonry Fine Ashlars Stone Masonry Mortar Unit per Sq. Meter of finished item Flush pointing to stone work Truck Pointing of stone work

Materials
Cement Sand Cement Sand Cement Sand Stones Mortar Stone Mortar Stone Mortar Mortar

Quantities
0.33 Cum. 1.00 Cum. 0.25 Cum. 1.00 Cum. 0.16 Cum. 1.00 Cum. 1.00 Cum 0.33 Cum 1.00 Cum. 0.16 Cum. 1.0 Cum. 0.12 Cum. 0.004 Cum. 0.008 Cum.

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MAINTENANCE OF BITUMINOUS SURFACING The type of defects in bituminous surfacing are grouped under four categories. a) Surface defects which include fatty surfaces smooth surfaces, streaking and hungry/dry surfaces. b) Cracks which cover hairline cracks, alligator cracks, longitudinal cracks, edge cracks, shrinkage cracks and reflection cracks. c) Deformation defects, which comprise of slippage rutting, corrugation, shoving, shallow depressions and settlements. d) A disintegration defect, which consists of stripping, loss of aggregates, reveling, pot-holes and edge breaking. The general cause and remedies for these defects are given as below : a) Surface Defects Natural Defect Fatty surfaces Cause Excess bitumen, soft grad of bitumen, non-uniform spraying and loss of cover aggregates as in surface dressing, heavy axle loads. Polishing of aggregates by traffic, excess binder. Non-uniform application of binder, low temperature of binder, manual spraying, mechanical faults during spraying. Use of insufficient binder, use of absorptive aggregates, loss of aggregates from surface. Insufficient bitumen, excess filler, compacting when too hot, over compaction Excessive movement of base or subbase layer, base saturation, excessive leads over weathered surfacing, inadequate pavement thickness. Contraction or movement of subgrade beneath shoulder, lane joint crack due to weak joint or differential frost heave along centre-line. Lack of lateral support from shoulder, poor surface drainage, base saturation shrinkage, frost heave inadequate pavement width. Remedy Apply hot dry cover aggregates or sand and roll gently for removal of excess binder; burn it, if necessary or relay area affected. Resurface with premix carpet using hard aggregates or with slurry seal. Apply new surface dressing with proper care in spraying of bitumen. Apply slurry seal, or for emergency repair apply for seal. Apply fog-seal with bitumen, cutback bitumen or bitumen emulsion Fill crack with bitumen emulsion or cutback bitumen and apply slurry seal or sandbitumen mix, install drainage. Fill and seal cracks with cutback bitumen or bitumen emulsion, apply sand-bitumen mix, if cracks are wider than 3mm. Rectify drainage system, provide hard and paved shoulders, fill cracks and lay premix carpe with seal-coat, if edge of the pavement has settled, bring it upto the desired grade with plant mix patching material Page 87

Smooth surfaces Streaking (alternate lean and rich lines of bitumen in surface dressing) in longitudinal/ transverse direction. Hungry / Dry surfaces.

b) Cracks Hair-line cracks (fine cracks at close intervals) Alligator cracks (intercorrected cracks forming a series of blocks) Longitudinal cracks (at the joint between pavement and shoulder or at the joint between two paving lanes) Edge cracks (parallel to outer edge of pavement 0.3 to 0.5m. inside)

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Shrinkage cracks (transverse direction or inter-connected cracks in large blocks) Reflection cracks (usually in over lays over cement concrete or badly cracked bituminous base) c) Deformation defects Slippage (between top layer and layer below accompanied by crescent-shaped. Cracks in direction of the thrust of wheels). Rutting (Longitudinal depressions or grooves in wheel tracks)

Shrinkage of bituminous layer caused by volume change of bituminous mix with high content of hard bitumen, lack of traffic. Due to joints and cracks in the pavement layer underneath.

Apply slurry seal or sandbitumen mix for filling such cracks. Fill cracks and seal suitably depending on size of crack. Apply a crack relief layer for prevention of such cracks. Remove affected area, apply tack coat and punch with premix. Full ruts with premix carpet and compact. Relay affected portion with bituminous mix of good stability if necessary. Scarify and relay the surface, cut high spots and fill low spots. Use heater-planner to rectify defects. Remove affected portion and relay with-premix carpet and compact.

Corrugations (Regular undulations causing shallow wavy surface).

Shoving (plastic movement within surface resulting in localized bulging of surface, occurring commonly at bus stops, intersections, sharp curves, steep gradients). Shallow depressions (localized and limited in size) dipping about 25mm or more below desired profile. Settlement (large localized deformation which may or may not be generally followed by extensive cracks) d) Disintegration defects Stripping (loss of adhesion between binder and aggregates in presence of water)

Lack of bond between layers due to omission or inadequacy of tack coat or prime coat, dust or moisture in between layers, heavy thrust by traffic. Heavy Channelized traffic, low stability of mix due to inadequate compaction, weak pavement, high intensity of load stress as from bullock carts, plastic deformation. Lack of stability in mix, excess binder/fines, soft bitumen, poor aggregate interlock, oscillations set up by vehicles, frequent braking of vehicles, faulty laying of mix. Lack of stability of mix, excess binder/fines, softer grade of bitumen, lack of bond between layers, heavy traffic with frequency braking, sharp negotiation of curves and gradients Heavier traffic, settlement of lower pavement layers, poor construction method. Poor compaction of fill, poor drainage ion lower layer, inadequate pavement thickness, frost heave or swelling effect of moisture on expansive soil. Softer grade bitumen, siliceous type of aggregates, rain, soon after laying of surface.

Fill with premix carpet and compact to desired grade and profile. Excavate defective fill, reconstruct under controlled conditions to required thickness, provide adequate drainage, strengthen the pavement if required. Use anti- stripping agent in suitable doses in case of siliceous aggregates, use of proper grade of bitumen for coating, and provide adequate surface drainage. Apply liquid seal, fog-seal or slurry-seal. Relay, if necessary with liquid seal with proper quality control.

Loss aggregates (as in surfacedressing)

Non uniform spraying of binder, delayed spreading of aggregates, traffic soon after laying, insufficient binder, ageing of binder.

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Raveling (progressive disintegration of premix carpet by loss of aggregates)

Pot-holPes (bowl shaped holes of varying sizes on surface and extending to base course resulting from localized disintegration) Edge breaking (frayed edges)

Insufficient binder, ageing of binder, overheated bituminous mix, improper coating, inferior aggregates, lack of compaction while laying, construction during cold weather. Poor surface drainage, localized defects in bituminous mix, insufficient binder, insufficient layer thickness. Infiltration of water, softening of foundation, worn-out shoulders with insufficient side support, inadequate thickness at edge. CARRIAGEWAY MARKING

If raveling if not extensive provide surface dressing, sand bitumen mix or slurry seal. For extensive raveling, apply renewal coat of premix carpet. Fill pot holes with premix carpet, after cutting these to regular size and applying tack coat. Fill deep pot holes with bituminous penetration macadam or storable mix. Relay shoulders with good materials and compact provide adequate drainage.

A broken line shall be used for centre line on two and three lane road, and for traffic lane lines. These line are for guidance of the drivers and may be crossed at their discretion. Longitudinal solid lines are used as guiding of regulating lines and are not meant to be crossed by the driver. Line to be provided on 2 or more lanes. a) b) c) Road with restricted visibility 4 lane undivided road Edges of road White centre line to be solid. White centre line to be solid. Yellow line to be solid 20-30 cm.h wide 15 cm. from edge in respect of 2 lane road. Yellow line to be solid 15 cm. wide 15 cm. from edge for edge for multi lane road with central verge. Carriageway width transition White centre line solid 10 cm. thick with converging Lines solid 10cm. thick for a length of 20 times the offset distance yellow edge line 30 cm. wide. Stop line indicates where vehicles should stop when Directed by a traffic officer or a traffic controlled device on urban and sub urban roads. 2.0 to 3.0 m. from 20 cm. wide located from pedestrian crossing on rural roads. Solid 30.00 cm. wide. 1.25 to 9.0 m. from nearest carriageway of the intersecting road. Pedestrian crossing Width pedestrian crossing <2.0 m. > 4.0 m. White 10 cm. wide lines 20 cm. c/c.

Stop

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TYPE DESIGN FOR CONCRETE BOARDS :

ELEVATION

TYPE DESIGN FOR CONCRETE BOARDS ( TYPE A ) VILLAGE BOARDS :

PERSPECTIVE VIEW
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TYPE DESIGN FOR CONCRETE BOARDS ( TYPE B ) DESTINATION BOARDS :

PERSPECTIVE VIEW

ELEVATION

SIDE VIEW

TYPE DESIGN FOR CONCRETE BOARDS ( TYPE C ) CAUTIONARY BOARDS :

PERSPECTIVE VIEW

ELEVATION

SIDE VIEW

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SOR of Road Works for ( E-in-C, P.W.D. Raipur (C.G.)

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