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Document No.

Rev

MS_RPP49
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METHOD STATEMENT
FOR
RECOVERY PLAN OF P49
Rev.1
July 24, 2014

Rev.

Draft by

Submission Date

Miyamoto
Suzuki/Hasegawa

28June2014

Miyamoto
Suzuki/Hasegawa

24July2014

Eng. Approval

KAJIMA WASKITA

KAWA JOINT OPERATION

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

A.

B.

Method Statement for Recovery Plan


1.

Work Location

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2.

Equipment List

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3.

Work Schedule

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4.

Shop Drawing

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5.

Current Condition ......................................................................

6.

Activity Flow

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7.

Activity Description .....................................................................

8.

Organization Chart ......................................................................

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9.

Safety Plan

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10. Traffic Management.....................................................................

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Attachment
1. Approved Shop Drawing
2. Traffic Route and Working Space
3. Working Stage for Pier Head and Column
4. Site Arrangement for 250 ton Crane Activity and Catalogue of 250 ton Crane
5. Position of Coring and Cutting
6. Location of Crush Yard and Transportation Route
7. Risk Assessment
8. Study of Structural Stability during Demolition of Pier Head
9. Detailed Wire Sawing Activity on Pier Head and Column
10. Procedure of Demolition of Column & Footing and Pile Head Treatment

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METHOD STATEMENT FOR RECOVERY PLAN FOR P49

1. WorkLocation
This method statement describes detail explanation of Recovery work for Pier-49.

Figure1. Work Location

2.

EquipmentList
Table of Equipments Usage
ITEM

WORK DESCRIPTION

MACHINE

NO.OF UNITS

Mobilization

Crawler Crane 250 Ton

2 nos

Working Stage

Mobile Crane 50 Ton

1 nos

Wire Saw(DSM-101A)
3

4
5

Coring and Cutting

Transportation
(to Crush Yard)
Crushing Work (Site)

Crushing Work (Crush Yard)

Expected Productivity 6m2/day


(*1)See image of Equipment

2 sets

Generator (100kVA)

1 set

Coring Machine

2 sets

Trailer (40ton class)


Carrying Capacity 60ton
Excavator (0.8m3 class)
with crusher attachment

2 sets
2 sets

Giant Breaker

2 sets

Water jet

1 set

Excavator (0.8m3 class)

1 nos

Dump Truck (10 ton)

1 nos

Crawler Crane 250 Ton

1 nos

Excavator (0.8m3 class)


with crusher attachment

1 set

Water jet

1 set

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Transportation

(for disposal)

Shoring for Earth Work

Sprinkler Truck 8kl

1 nos

Dump Truck (10 ton)

2 nos

Excavator (0.8m3 class)

1 nos

Vibration Hammer

1 set

Note: The number of equipment can be changed following the site condition

(*1)ImageofWireSawEquipment

3. WorkSchedule
Working Schedule for Recovery of P49

Discriptio n

Duratio n
Demolitio n
Q'ty
Gr.
(Cale nder day)
Method

Approval of Diversio n & Demolitio n Method


Import of Material & Equipment for Demolitio n Work
Temporary Backfil in g at P50(L)
Diversio n Work
Installatio n of Support & Scffoldin g
Pie r Head
Wire Sawin g
Dismantle of Support & Scaffolf in g
Diversio n Work
Installatio n of Scaffoldin g
P49
Pie r
Wire Sawin g
Dismantle of Scaffolf in g
Pie r
BH+GB
SP+Excavatio n
Footin g
BH+GB
Re-constructio nOrigin al Schedule :Amendment 2)
Sub-Total

2
1
2

14
7
10
37
10
7
2
9
2
3
21
26
165
313

332m2

2014
2015
Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug

Expected Productivity of Wire Sawing


6m2/day/set

76m2
27m3
567m3

Normal Working Hour: 8:0017:00

(Overtime work will be considered depend on safety condition & progress)

4. ShopDrawings
ApprovedshopdrawingofthestructureisattachedinAttachment1.
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5. CurrentCondition
ThecurrentconditionofP49andstressingstatusofthepierheadareshownasbelow;

Photo1.CurrentConditionofP49

Figure2.CurrentConditionofTendonatP49PierHead

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6. ActivityFlow
Theactivityflowsisasfollow;

1. TrafficDiversion

2.PreparationofWorkingYard

3.InstallationofWorkingStageforPierHead

4.Mobilizationof2nosof250tonCranes

5.CoreBoringWorkonPierHead

6.CuttingPierHeadConcretebyWireSaw

7.TransportationofPierHeadConcretetoCrushYard

8.DismantlementofWorkingStageforPierHead

9.InstallationofWorkingStageforColumn

10.CoreBoringWorkonColumn

11.CuttingColumnConcretebyWireSaw

12.TransportationofColumnConcretetoCrushYard

13.DismantlementofWorkingStageforPierHead

&Demobilizationof2nosof250tonCranes

14.DemolitionofColumnConcretebyGiantBreaker

15.EarthWorkforexposureofFooting

16.DemolitionofFootingConcretebyGiantBreaker

ReConstruction

17.BreakingConcreteinCrushYard

17.BreakingConcreteinCrushYard

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7. ActivityDescription
7.1TrafficDiversion
Inordertoconstructthediversionroad,preparationworkshallberequiredasfollows.
1.Backfilling&rigidpavementaroundP50L.
2.AdditionalwideningaroundP49.
3.Protectionofundergroundutilities.
4.Preventionmeasuresagainsttheresidents&shops,ifany.
AnoutlineoftherouteisshowninFigure3.Detailedplansuchashorizontalalignment,
typicalcrosssections,protectionofundergroundutilitiesareshowninAttachment2.

Figure3.TrafficDiversionPlan

7.2PreparationofWorkingYard
After the traffic diversion, working area will be prepared by relocation of materials
andcompactionoftheyardforheavyliftingworkandtransportation.Ordinaryfences
willbeinstalledaroundtheworkingarea.
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7.3InstallationofWorkingStageforPierHead
Aworkingstageforthepierheadwillbeinstalledafterpreparationofworkingyard.
AnoutlineoftheworkingstageisshowninFigure.4andshopdrawingisattachedin
Attachment3.

Figure4.WorkingStageforPierHead

7.4Mobilizationof2numberof250tonCranes
2numbersof250toncranewillbemobilizedduring/afterinstallationoftheworking
stage.AcatalogueincludingworkcapacityofthecraneisattachedinAttachment4.

7.5CoreBoringWorkonPierHead
Thereare2typesofcoringdiameterthatwillbeusedforinstallingofwiresawand
attaching lifting tools. Vertical bored holes, diameter 75mm, will be utilized for wire
sawcutting.Ontheotherhand,horizontalboredholes,diameter50mm,willbeused
for lifting of concrete blocks that must be hoisted before cutting until unloading on
ground.AquantitytableoftheworkisshowninFigure6.
2groupsofcoringmemberswillworkonthepierhead.Awatertankwillbeprepared
beforecommencementofthecoringforsupplyingwaterduringcoringofconcrete.
DetailcoringpositionsareshowninAttachment5andFigure7.Photoandsketchof
theactivityareshowninFigure8.
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Figure6.QuantityTableforCoringWork

Figure7.PositionsofCuttingandCoring

Figure8.PhotoandSketchforCoringWork

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7.6CuttingPierHeadConcretebyWireSaw
Aftercoringconcrete,liftingtoolsandawiresawwillbeinstalledinhorizontalholes
and vertical holes, respectively. Before commencement of cutting, a concrete block
whichwillberemovedmustbehoistedasmuchasaselfloadoftheconcreteblockby
250toncrane.Safetyfacilities,suchasaspecialprotectionboardandsheetforawire
saw mentioned in Figure10 must be installed properly before start of the work. In
addition,protectionboardsforPCtendon,whichisshownonFigure4andAttachment
3,willbeinstalledproperlybehindanchoragesoftendonattheedgeofthepierhead
in order to protect a sudden spring out of strands and wedges during cutting of
concreteofthepierhead.
Thesequenceofcutting,thatstructuralstabilityhasbeenconsideredinAttachment8,
the site arrangement with working capacity of 250 ton crane and sketches of wire
sawing method are shown in Figure7, 9 and 10, respectively. See more detailed
sketchesofwiresawingmethodinAttachment9.

Figure9.Sitearrangementwithworkingcapacityof250toncrane

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Lifting Gears

Figure10.Sketchesofwiresawingmethod

Section View of Cutting

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7.7TransportationofPierHeadConcretetoCrushYard

The transportation route and loading shape of a block concrete on a trailer are
showninFigure11andAttachment6.Ablockconcretewillbetransportedbytrailers
fromsitetothecrashyard(MarundaPCUStockYard).Itisconfirmedonadrawingthat
thereareenoughspacesfortrailerstoturnatallcornersontheroute.Flagmenwould
beassignedatgatesofyardsandcornersinordertoavoidtrafficcongestionsonpublic
roadduetothistransportation.

Figure11.Transportationrouteandloadingshapeofablockconcrete

7.8DismantlementofWorkingStageforPierHead
Theworkingstageforpierheadwillbedismantledwith250toncranes.Materialsof
theworkingstagewillbetransportedtostorageyardimmediatelyafterdismantlement
inordertokeepworkspacesfornextstepsofdemolitionwork.

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7.9InstallationofWorkingStageforColumn

The working stage for the column will be installed just after removal of a working
stageforpierhead.Thisworkingstagewillbeoccupiedbycoreboringworkandblock
concretecuttingforthecolumn.

Figure12.WorkingStageforColumn

7.10CoreBoringWorkonColumn

A group of coring members will work on the Column. Water tank will be prepared
beforecommencementofthecoringforsupplyingwaterduringcoringofconcrete.
DetailcoringpositionsareshowninAttachment5andFigure7.

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7.11CuttingColumnConcretebyWireSaw
Safetyfacilities,suchasaprotectionboardandsheetmentionedinFigure13willbe
installedproperly.
Thesequenceofcutting,thesitearrangementwithworkingcapacityof250toncrane
andsketchesofwiresawingmethodareshowninFigure7,9and10,respectively.

SectionViewofCutting

LiftingGears

Figure13.Safetyfacilitiesonwiresawingatcolumn

7.12TransportationofColumnConcretetoCrushYard
Thetransportationrouteandloadingshapeofablockconcreteonatrailerareshown
inFigure11.Ablockconcretewillbetransportedbytrailersfromsitetothecrashyard.
Itisconfirmedonadrawingthatthereareenoughspacesfortrailerstoturnatsome
cornersontheroute.

7.13DismantlementofWorkingStageforColumn&Demobilizationof2nosof250tonCrane
The working stage for Column will be dismantled by manpower. Materials of the
workingstagewillbetransportedtostorageyardimmediatelyafterdismantlementin

ordertokeepworkspacesfornextstepsofdemolitionwork.Simultaneously,250ton
craneswillbedemobilizedorrelocated.

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7.14DemolitionofColumnConcretebyGiantBreaker
The column will be demolished by cutting and lifting method until about 2m high
fromcurrentgroundelevation.Thecolumnheightlessthan2mwillbedestroyedbya
giantbreaker.Concretedebrisandrebarwillbeseparatedandsentouttofinaldisposal
yardandscrapyard,whichwillbedecidedandinformedbeforecommencementofthe
transportation, directly using dump trucks. See more detailed sketches of column
demolitioninAttachment10.

Figure14.DemolitionofColumnConcretebyGiantBreaker

7.15EarthWorkforExposureofFooting
Sheet piles and its support members will be installed around a footing. After
installationofearthshoring,excavationforexposureofthefootingwillbecommenced.

Figure15.EarthWorkforExposureofFooting
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7.16DemolitionofFootingwithPileHeadbyGiantBreaker
After exposure of the footing, it will be demolished by a giant breaker. Concrete
debrisandrebarwillbeseparatedandsentouttofinaldisposalyardandscrapyard,
which will be decided and informed before commencement of the transportation,
directlyusingdumptrucks.Pileswillbecutabout100mmbelowtopoftheelevationof
leanconcrete.SeemoredetailedsketchesoffootingdemolitioninAttachment10.

Figure16.DemolitionofFootingbyGiantBreaker

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7.17BreakingConcreteinCrushYard
Transportedconcreteblockwillbeunloadedby250toncraneinthecrushyard.The
concreteblockwillbedemolishedbyagiantbreakerwhichcanbeinstalledaspecial
attachment for demolition. During demolition, water will be sprinkled following HSE
regulation in order to avoid dust from demolishing concrete. Rebar in the concrete
block will be separated and scrapped. Concrete debris will be sent to disposal area,
whichwillbedecidedandinformedbeforecommencementofthetransportationbut
shouldbeneartothecrushyard.
Trailer

Attachement
Waterjet
Braker
Rebar

Excavator

Dump truck

Figure17.BreakingConcreteinCrushYard

7.18ReConstructionWork
Afterdemolitionoffooting,furtheranalysiswouldbenecessaryforevaluationofthe
piles. The detail of treatment of piles and the modification of footing may be
consideredwithresultsoffurthertestsandanalysis.However,thecolumnandthepier
head will be reconstructed at the same location following original design. Detailed
construction methods have been approved which will be applied during its
reconstruction.

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8. OrganizationChart(DemolitionWork)
GENERALSUPERINTENDENT
FUKUDA

DEPUTYGENERALSUPERINTENDENT

SUTOPO

CHIEFHSEMANAGER
BAMBANGBUDIMULYONO
081331523500

CHIEFCONSTRUCTIONMANAGER

ENG./COMMERCIAL/CONTRACTMANAGER

MIYAMOTO
081294991440

SAITO
081282212840

MANAGER
OKADA
08119447342

CHIEFENGINEERING
ANDESITKRISNA
081398554217

QCMANAGER
M.FAJARDANIEL
081931072529

HSEMANAGER
FUJIMORI
081281968313

CONSTRUCTIONMANAGER
Tobeassigned

CONSTRUCTIONMANAGER
SUZUKI
08111849422
HASEGAWA
082113094761

JOSV
DemolitionbyGiantBreaker

JOSV(JAPANESE)
ConcreteCutting&Coring

Figure18.OrganizationChart

9. SafetyPlan
Safety activities must be conducted in accordance with Risk Assessment. The Risk
Assessments for below mentioned activities are shown in Attachment 7.

a. Common Work
b. Wire Sawing Work

10. TrafficManagement
Based on proposed traffic management plan, Contractor will keep roads in good condition at
all times, and will carry out repair and reinstatement work. We will co-operate with the
pertinent agencies regarding traffic control and all details will be subject to maintaining
traffic safety and the avoidance of traffic delay.
In order to facilitate traffic through the work area, it will be installed and maintained at
prescribed points on the work area and at the approaches to the work: rubber cone, warning
and guide signs, temporary barriers and fences and other facilities as required. During
construction period, the traffic management will be implemented according to the stages of
work progress following construction stages. If the location is adjacent to existing traffic or
pedestrian path, Safety fence with MCB will be provided. Traffic management will be
discussed with related parties in the timely manner.

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