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ARABIAN RANCHES 2 DEVELOPMENT–


LANDSCAPE WORKS – PACAKGE 6

Operation and Maintenance Manual Soft


landscape

Client

EMMAR PROPERTIES PJSC

Consultant

PARSONS OVERSEAS

Landscape Contractor

PROSCAPE L.L.C
P.O.BOX: 3151
Phone: 04-3809888; Fax: 04-
3809889 DUBAI, UNITED ARAB
EMIRATES
INDEX

1.
29T 29T 29T ABOUT THE PROJECT.................................................................................................................... 3
29T 29T

2.
29T 29T CHANGE CONTROL ........................................................................................................................ 4
29T 29T 29T

3.
29T 29T EMERGENCY ESCALATION PROCEDURE ................................................................................... 5
29T 29T 29T

4.
29T 29T EMERGENCY INFORMATION ......................................................................................................... 6
29T 29T 29T

5.
29T 29T EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT LOCATIONS. ...................................................................................... 7
29T 29T 29T

6.
29T 29T SYSTEM PURPOSE AND SCOPE ................................................................................................... 8
29T 29T 29T

7.
29T 29T CONTRACTUAL AND LEGAL INFORMATION............................................................................... 9
29T 29T 29T

8.
29T 29T DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................................ 10
29T 29T 29T

9.
29T 29T EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES AND ASSET REGISTERS ................................................................ 11
29T 29T 29T

10.
29T 29T OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND PROCEDURES .................................................................... 11
29T 29T 29T

11.
29T 29T OPERATING MANUALS AND LITERATURE................................................................................ 18
29T 29T 29T

12.
29T 29T M AINTENANCE PROCEDURES ................................................................................................... 18
29T 29T 29T

13.
29T 29T SPARE AND REPLACEMENT PARTS .......................................................................................... 23
29T 29T 29T

14.
29T 29T DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................................... 25
29T 29T

15.
29T 29T TESTING & COMMISSIONING ...................................................................................................... 26
29T 29T 29T

16.
29T 29T MODIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................... 27
29T 29T 29T

17.
29T 29T 29T AS BUILT DRAWINGS ................................................................................................................... 28
29T 29T

18.
29T 29T M ANUFACTURER AND SUPPLIER LITERATURE ...................................................................... 30
29T 29T 29T

19.
29T 29T PRODUCT GUARANTEES AND WARRANTIES .......................................................................... 31
29T 29T 29T

20.
29T 29T CROSS REFERENCING INDEX..................................................................................................... 32
29T 29T 29T

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1. ABOUT THE PROJECT

The Arabian Ranches – II Projects is Community which contains 336villas and Malls and Schools.

The project is located on Al Qudra road accessed from Sheikh Mohammed bin zayed road (E-311) and is
predominantly a residential community with some mixed-use development. The development consists of
approximately 336 townhouses assorted with 2 & 3 bedrooms.
The scope of the project is landscaping works which includes hard & soft landscape, MEP works, warning &
regulatory signs installation and automatic irrigation works in community area with Community Park, Adult &
Kids pool, kids play area and changing room.

2. CHANGE CONTROL

MANUAL
DATE SYSTEM DESIGN BY DETAILS OF CHANGE
SECTION

N/A

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3. EMERGENCY ESCALATION PROCEDURES

3.1 Alerting the occupants in the facility:

In case of any emergencies, the Community Management Team (ECM) will be alerting the tenants and
if in case of any damage or rectification works required, ECM will be notifying the same to Proscape
Emergency team and rectification will be carried out in presence of ECM.

If any rectification activities requires any road closure or access blocking, the same to be provided by
ECM executing the work safely.

3.2 Evacuation plan for facility occupants:

The evacuation plan for facility occupants will be as per ECM Evacuation Procedure and they will be
directing all tenants in case of any emergency situations within the community.
Frequent Emergency drill will be conducted by ECM to create awareness among the tenants regarding the
emergency procedures.

3.3 In case of fire:

In case of fire, ECM / Security team will start the evacuation procedure and direct the tenants to move
on the emergency assembly point area. The same will be reported to Dubai Civil Defense and Police.
The re-entry for the villa tenants will be only as per the instruction from Fire Marshall.

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4. EMERGENCY INFORMATION

IN-CASE OF PHONE& E-MAIL DETAILS


Contact name / Authority
EMERGENCY

Tel: +971553006469
Proscape in charge /
Mr.Shabeer Abu ( PM) e-mail:
Project manager
shabeer.abu@proscapegroup.com

Emergency POLICE Police Tel: 999

Fire CIVIL DEFENCE Fire Tel: 997

Medical emergency AMBULANCE Ambulance Tel: 998

Tel: 991 or +971-4-601-9999


e-mail:
Power failure DEWA customercare@dewa.gov.ae

Etisalat Tel: 101


Telephone line Du Tel : 155 or 800 155
ETISALAT / DU
emergency

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5. EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT LOCATIONS.

“Not Applicable

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6. SYSTEM PURPOSE AND SCOPE

Purpose:
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From detailed study of the contract drawings and specifications, a list of materials was prepared
and approved, and samples and relevant documentation developed. Separate drawings were made for each
area of activity, as per the scope of work.

The experience of the contractor in dealing with specialized technologies and applications and the design
principles employed are complemented by a long-standing reputation in this particular field of activity. Pride of
workmanship is evident in the quality of the planting, which was effected under a strict quality assurance
regime, and the installation team’s diligence ensured a quality installation of the soft landscaping.

Care and maintenance of the soft landscaping at ‘Arabian ranches=II development Package 6 is largely
confined to periodic inspections and cleaning as well as trimming, hedging, weeding, pruning, watering,
fertilizing, renewing of planting and control of insects and plant diseases.

Scope of works
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1. Installation or Planting of Trees, Shrubs, Ground covers, and accents are covered in this manual.
List of materials are as follows;

 Live plants
 Sweet soil
 Organic compost
 Inorganic slow release fertilizer
 Rubber buckle Tree Tie
 Tree stakes
 Gravel
 Geo textile
 Boulders

2. Maintaining all the above works for a period of 12 months.

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7. CONTRACTUAL AND LEGAL INFORMATION

CONTRACTUAL & LEGAL INFORMATION

System Ownership EMAAR

System Address ARABIAN RANCHES 2

Design Team PROSCAPE

Consultants PARSONS OVERSEAS LTD

Installation Contractors PROSCAPE LLC

Sub-Contractor(s) N/A

Installation Start Date 3.Aug.2014

Practical completion date 29.Jan.2015

DLP Expiry Date 1 YEAR FROM TOC

Warranty Expiry Date 1 YEAR FROM TOC

Warranty / DLP Agent PROSCAPE LLC

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8. DESCRIPTION

All materials and products were supplied and installed in accordance with the producers’/suppliers’ instructions. It is
recommended that any replacement/replenishment be carried out using these same materials and products.

Installation/Planting
Installation or Planting of Trees, Shrubs, Ground covers, and accents are covered in this manual. List of
materials are as follows;

 Live plants
 Sweet soil
 Organic compost
 Inorganic slow release fertilizer
 Rubber buckle Tree Tie
 Tree stakes
 Gravel
 Geo textile
 Boulders

Expected Service Life


Expected service life is depends upon the characteristics of the plants and the weather conditions of the Region.
Plants are natural, once planted on site it will always go through a natural life cycle. If we maintain it properly and the
weather conditions suits the plants, the service life also will be more.

In the event that replacement of any of the installed Soft Landscaping works may be required in the future, you
should, in the first instance, contact the subcontractor or call on the services of a specialist contractor in Soft
landscaping works.

Planting Sequence
Plant material should be lifted or moved in such a manner, that the roots are not disturbed and follow the
specification strictly for handling and delivery of plant material.

Stake out the outline of planting areas and individual tree and shrub, succulents, accents, climbers and grass
locations.

Fill the planting pit with irrigation water and ensure the water can drain away.

An aluminum label clearly marked with the Latin name should be attached to or adjacent to every tenth tree,
every twelfth shrub and every fifteenth ground cover.

Check all plants one week after planting for signs of wind shake and loosening due to soil subsidence; firm and
make good as necessary.

Planting Palm Trees


Backfill planters with an approved planting medium.Prior to planting Palm tree, inspection of palm tree should be
done as per specification. Palm leaves are to be hessian- wrapped.

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At the time of planting, a hole should be made into pit/bed large enough to take the plant’s root ball; this planting
hole should be thoroughly watered prior to planting.

A circular water basin slightly larger than the planting hole should be formed; plants should be thoroughly watered
after planting.

After planting the area surrounding the plant should be restored to finish grade and excess soils and rubbish
disposed of properly.

Planting Trees
Backfill planters with an approved planting medium.

Prior to planting tree stakes should be driven into tree pits.At the time of planting, a hole should be made into
pit/bed large enough to take the plant’s root ball; this planting hole should be thoroughly watered prior to planting.
Trees should be tied to the tree stakes with tree ties as specified. At least two pairs of ties per tree should be used
but other ties should be provided if necessary to keep the stem straight. A circular water basin slightly larger than
the planting hole should be formed; plants should be thoroughly watered after planting. After planting the area
surrounding the plant should be restored to finish grade and excess soils and rubbish disposed of properly.
Immediately after planting, all plants are to be pruned in accordance with accepted horticultural practices. All pruning
cuts greater than 20mm should be treated with a pruning paint as specified.

Planting shrubs and Ground Covers


At the time of planting, a hole should be made large enough to take the plant’s root ball, and the planting hole
should be thoroughly watered prior to planting. It with a knife and plants removed with all the soil intact around
the roots; care should be taken not to damage the roots or foliage of plants. Place the plant upright in the hole.
Take care to ensure that the collar line (line of contact between soil and stem) is at the same level as the
surrounding ground.

Fill around the plant with planting medium in layers of 150mm, each layer separately firmed to eliminate all air
pockets until final soil level is reached. A circular water basin slightly larger than the planting hole should be
formed; plants should be thoroughly watered after planting. After planting the area surrounding the plant should be
restored to finish grade and excess soils and rubbish disposed of properly. Immediately after planting, all plants are
to be pruned in accordance with accepted horticultural practices.

All pruning cuts greater than 20mm should be treated with a pruning paint as specifie
9. EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES AND ASSET REGISTE
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Detailed plant Asset Register:


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SL
Plant from Acacia LLC Quantity
No

1 TREE AZADIRACHTA INDICA - 2.0MTR - CLEAR TRUNK 73


2 TREE PLUMERIA OBTUSA, 1.5M CLEAR TRUNK 13
3 TREE DELONIX REGIA 2.0MTR CLEAR TRUNK 45
4 TREE MELIA AZADIRACHTA 2.0M CT HT 70
5 TREE PELTOPHORUM INERME 2.0M CT HT 435
6 TREE MILLINGTONIA HORTENSIS 2.0M CT HT 42
7 SHRUB JATROPHA INTEGRRIMA, 0.5M OAH, 0.5M SPREAD 10250
8 SHRUBS DODONEA VISCOSA - 50CM HT - 0.35M SPREAD 19000
9 SHRUB TABERNAEMONTANA CORONARIA - 50CM HT - 0.5M SPREAD 175

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10 SHRUB LEUCOPHYLLUM FRUTENSCENS 0.4-0.6M OAH - 0.5M SPREAD 5200
11 SHRUB BOUGAINVILLEA GLABRA 0.5M OAH - 0.5M SPREAD 25000
12 SHRUB CLERODENDRON INERME 0.5M OAH - 0.35M SPREAD 20600
13 SHRUB TECOMA STANS 0.5M OAH - 0.5M SPREAD 900
14 SHRUBS CAESALPINIA PULCHERRIMA 0.5M OAH - 0.5M SPREAD 10900
15 SHRUB HIBISCUS ROSA SINENSIS 0.5M OAH - 0.5M SPREAD 160

16 GROUND COVER SESUVIUM PORTULACASTRUM, 0.2M OAH - 0.2M SPREAD 800


17 GROUND COVER RUELLIA CILIOSA 0.3-0.4M OAH - 0.2M SPREAD 22800
18 GROUND COVER BOUGAINVILLEA NANA WHITE 35CM OAH - 0.35M SPREAD 120
GROUND COVER PENNISETUM SETACEUM RUBRUM 50CM OAH - 0.2M
19 SPREAD 2500
20 GROUND COVER PENNISETUM SETACEUM 50CM OAH - 0.2M SPREAD 16500
21 SEASONAL FLOWERS - VARIOUS 40

10. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND PROCEDURES


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The manual has been designed for ease of update; manufacturer’s and suppliers’ information has been
implemented into this manual (as appropriate), and can be added to or revised as necessary.

All areas of maintenance, repair, replacements, spares etc. are well defined in the respective sections.

It is a guide to clarify the method of maintenance in accordance with health, safety and environment rules in compliance
with the Contract specification and the Client’s requirements.

1.1 Introduction

This Care and maintenance of the soft landscaping at ‘Arabian ranches=II development Package 6 is largely
confined to periodic inspections and cleaning as well as trimming, hedging, weeding, pruning, watering, fertilizing,
renewing of planting and control of insects and plant diseases.

1.2 Hazards, Warnings and Cautions

This manual contains important information relating to hazards associated with the safe operation and maintenance of
the Automatic irrigation system by the manual; this information is provided as a WARNING, Caution or Note, and these
are defined as follows:

WARNING:

WARNING NOTICES DENOTE A POTENTIAL HAZARD TO THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF PERSONS.
THESE NOTICES CLEARLY STATE THE NATURE OF THE RESPECTIVE HAZARD AND THE MEANS BY WHICH
IT CAN BE AVOIDED.
WARNING NOTICES APPEAR AT THEIR POINTS OF APPLICATION IN THE MANUAL.

CAUTION:

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Cautionary notices denote a potential hazard to the physical integrity of equipment or software, but which is
not a danger to personnel.
These notices clearly state the nature of the respective hazard and the means by which it can be avoided.
Cautionary notices appear at their points of application in the manual.

Note:
Draws the reader’s attention to items, which are NOT categorized as a WARNING or Caution.

1.3 Safety Hazards


Hazards, Warnings and Cautions

This manual contains important information relating to hazards associated with the safe operation and
maintenance of the soft landscaping covered by the manual; this information is provided as a WARNING, Caution
or Note, and these are defined as follows:

WARNING:

WARNING NOTICES DENOTE A POTENTIAL HAZARD TO THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF PERSONS.

THESE NOTICES CLEARLY STATE THE NATURE OF THE RESPECTIVE HAZARD AND THE MEANS BY
WHICH IT CAN BE AVOIDED.

WARNINGS NOTICES APPEAR AT THEIR POINTS OF APPLICATION IN THE MANUAL.

Caution:

Cautionary notices denote a potential hazard to the physical integrity of equipment or software, but which
are not dangers to personnel.

These notices clearly state the nature of the respective hazard and the means by which it can be
avoided.

Cautionary notices appear at their points of application in the manual.

Note: Draws the reader’s attention to items which are NOT categorized as a WARNING or Caution.

Safety Hazards

Equipment and the site environment present the following potential hazards to personnel:

 Electrical Supply Voltages


 Dust.
 Toxic / flammable substances.
 Working at heights.
 Pesticides and chemicals
 Low headroom.
 Moving machinery.
 Hot surfaces.
 Heavy Weights.
 Others working.

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Precautions
Facilities Maintenance personnel should take note of the following precautions:

Read and comply with the safety, quality and environmental control instructions contained in ‘Arabian
Ranches =II Package 6 Site Safety manual.

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3. Ensure all personnel are aware of the site fire rules and regulations (including no smoking), the
locations of fire extinguishers and nearest emergency exit routes and first aid procedures.
4. All maintenance personnel must wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
5. Maintain Personal hygiene to minimize the risk of infection.
6. Do not eat or drink while working.
7. Do not take food or drink into the work environment.
8. Always wash your hands and face after working.
9. Always check equipment and materials for hazard warning labels.
10. All toxic/flammable substances (e.g., cleaning fluids) must be stored, handled, used and disposed of in
accordance with local safety instructions.
11. All spillages (e.g., water, cleaning fluids) and rubbish must be cleaned up immediately and disposed of
correctly.
12. Ensure that at all times the walkways and emergency exit routes are kept clear and are free of
obstructions and hazards.
Electrical Equipment Items
Where equipment requiring removal and replacement has or requires an electrical power source, ensure that only
approved equipment is used and that safe working practices are adopted.

Portable Equipment
Where portable equipment is necessary, ensure that only approved equipment is used and that safe working
practices are adopted.

Where equipment requiring removal and replacement requires the use of ladders and/or platforms, ensure that
only approved equipment is used and that safe working practices are adopted.

Training of Personnel
All personnel allocated to maintenance and/or cleaning tasks must have successfully completed suitable training
on the specific equipment used in order to ensure safe and effective working practices. In addition, personnel should
be fully conversant with, and adhere to, the requirements of local safety procedures.

Personal Protective Equipment


PPE is to be worn by all personnel engaged in maintenance/cleaning tasks; base level PPE generally
comprises:

 Overalls/boiler suit.
 Safety footwear.
 Protective helmet/hard hat, as applicable.
 High visibility vest. (ORANGE/YELLOW).
 Protective gloves (as required, rigger-type to protect from cuts/abrasions, and Netrile lined type to protect
from oils, liquids, etc.).
 Eye protection (goggles/safety spectacles).
 Proprietary pre-work barrier cream.

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Additional PPE may be required for specialized tasks, such as:

 Waterproof clothing (wellington boots, trousers, jackets, etc.), as required by the working
conditions.
 Dust masks/Respiratory masks as required by the working conditions.
 Ear defenders in noisy environments.
 Safety harnesses (required where work is carried out over 2m high or over a void greater than 2m in depth).
 Back support belt for any tasks involving more than light manual lifting.

Pesticides and Chemicals safety

 A list of chemicals detailing the intend use, chemical specification, manufacturer and origin of the
chemical, stock position, use rate and any special precautions required in the use of chemicals, or in the
subsequent disposal of outdated chemicals, shall be available at the store.
 Chemicals having toxicity levels above an LD 50 higher than permissible shall not be used, as they can
cause damage to the environment, and may be harmful to humans, animals and plant life.
 Equipment used for the application of herbicides/weed killers shall be properly labeled and shall not be used
for applying insecticide, fertilizers or for any other purpose.
 When undertaking spraying operations of any nature in or around the locality of occupied facilities, prior
notices (in English/Arabic) shall be delivered 24 hours prior to commencement of spraying
operations.
 Highly visible signs with approved design and wording in English and Arabic - and pictorial support -
shall be displayed.
 When undertaking spraying operations, designated staff shall use personal protective equipment like
goggles, respiratory masks, rubber aprons, long shirts, rubber boots and gloves.
 Chemical containers disposal shall be done as per Dubai Municipality guidelines.
Fire Fighting Equipment
Facilities Maintenance Personnel, when they enter any area in which they are going to work, should first check on
the locations of all Fire Fighting equipment within and around that area of work, and should also ensure that the
available Fire Fighting equipment is complete and in full working order (in accordance with the requirements laid
down in ‘Arabian ranches=II development PA 05 LILA Package 8’ Site Safety Manual).

HS&E
All work and services shall be undertaken in strict adherence to the laws and regulations as laid down by the
various ministries within the Emirates and any related decrees.

All workers and staff shall be supplied with safety shoes of the appropriate type, in accordance with the work
they are undertaking. Workers that spend majority of their time inside of the offices and the like shall be provided
with lighten safety shoes which shall not be removed with entering the building, and which shall be kept clean
and smart at all times.

Operators handling hedge trimmers and the like shall be provided with safety gloves and goggles, those
handling thorny branches, trees and shrubs shall be provided with safety gloves.

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Face / dust masks shall be provided to those working in dusty areas. All the workers in the open shall be
provided with a baseball cap or other suitable hat to protect their heads and neck from the sun. Operators must
wear safety helmets when involved in ladder work.

Operators handling or spraying chemicals shall be properly protected with long rubber gloves, facemasks, goggles,
rubber boots, aprons and other appropriate safety apparel. Health of all employees and of third parties affected
by the operations and activities of the contract shall be properly addressed at all times.

The sites / work area s shall be kept clean and tidy, any debris, surplus materials and other unwanted
substances kept in neat, tidy piles, in rubbish skips where it will not interfere with the movement of the workforce
or any third party personnel and cleared from site at the soonest opportunity as work proceeds.

Working on the Roadside


When working on close proximity to the road, the workers shall be provided with, and shall wear safety vests
over their normal uniform.

Traffic cone shall be placed out approximately 600-1000 mm into the road to ensure traffic is diverted from the
workers.

Danger boards with exact wording in Arabic and English shall be erected on the road at least 400 meters before
the working area, warning drivers that work is ongoing and cautioning them to be alert.

Working on Ladders and Steps


A minimum of two persons shall always be present when working on ladders and steps, one to undertake the
operation on the ladder or step and one to steady the ladder and ensure that it is stable at all times.

Ladder and steps shall be of the height to gain access to the desired areas. Operatives working on steps or
ladders shall not be forced to use the top rungs in order to reach the work he is undertaking.

Operatives shall not overreach to the sides in a manner that will cause the ladder or steps to become
unbalance.

All ladder and steps shall be firmly founded on a level base before operative ascend them. Ladders that are going to
be in place for work to continue for any length of time (in excess of 10 min) shall be tied off at the top.

Mortality and Replacement


Dead plants due to lack of maintenance shall be replaced as per contracts terms and condition.

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EMAAR PROPERTIES PSJC
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
ARABIAN RANCHES II PACKAGE 6

3.1 PESTICIDE AND CHEMICAL SAFETY

General Pesticide Safety


The following sections provide general or specific guidelines for handling pesticides. To help reduce the
hazards associated with pesticides:

Do not transport, mix, or use agricultural chemicals unless you can summon help, if needed. Keep an ample
supply of water nearby to flush exposed areas if a spill occurs.

Check all pesticide equipment before you use it to ensure proper working condition.

Read pesticide labels carefully. Follow the label directions when mixing, applying, storing, or disposing of
pesticides.

Wear personal protective equipment to prevent dermal, inhalation, and mucous membrane exposure.

Do not eat, drink, or smoke when handling pesticides.

Launder clothing and bathe after working with pesticides to ensure that all chemicals are removed
from clothing and skin.

Do not use agricultural pesticides around the home or office.

Observe assigned reentry intervals. Always wear the appropriate protective clothing when entering fields
before the reentry date.

Always handle pesticides downhill from wells, cisterns, sink holes, ditches, or standing water. Do not apply
pesticides when rain is imminent or if wind could affect the spraying area.

Triple-rinse spray equipment and empty containers. Apply the rinse water to the treated field. Properly dispose
of empty containers.

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SAFETY PRECUATIONS
General Safety
Gardening tools and mechanical lawn care devices, such as lawn mowers, power blowers, and chain saws,
present special safety concerns for grounds maintenance personnel.

Common landscaping accidents include the following:


 Cuts, lacerations, or amputations from whirling mower blades.
 Bruises or broken bones from flying projectiles.
 Burns from hot equipment parts
 Electrical shock from faulty grounding or defective electrical cords
 Back strain from improper equipment usage
 Slips, trips, and falls
Regardless of the type of landscape equipment you use, follow these basic guidelines to ensure
optimum safety:

Read the equipment owner's manual. Use the right equipment for the job at hand.

Inspect the equipment before each use. Know how to control and stop the equipment quickly. Wear personal
protection equipment, as necessary:

 Eye protection
 Hearing protection
 Long pants
 Sturdy, close-toed shoes
 Work gloves
 High visibility safety apparel
 Apply sunscreen to exposed areas of skin.
Be careful to avoid fatigue and heat stress (refer to the General Safety chapter in this manual for more
information):

 Drink plenty of water (5-7 oz. every 20 minutes)


 Take breaks
 Do not operate powered equipment if you are tired, sick, or taking medication.
 Take special precautions when working with electrical equipment. If you are using an extension cord,
take care not to accidentally cut it. 3

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 Do not smoke around gas powered equipment. Allow hot equipment to cool before refueling.
 Make sure that all guards are in place and in good condition.
IMPORTANT: Keep pedestrians and bystanders at least 30 feet away when using powered equipment.
-Follow manufacturers instructions prior to conducting maintenance activities on any

equipment.

Hand Tools

Although garden hand tools tend to be safer than powered equipment, common gardening tools, such as
rakes, shovels, and hoes cause thousands of injuries each year. Follow these guidelines for using garden
hand tools.

Keep hand tools in good condition. Replace split or rotten handles. Keep blades sharp.

Buy quality tools that fit your needs and your build. For example, if you are tall, choose tools with handles that
are long enough to prevent you from stooping over your work.

Never leave a rake, shovel, or hoe on the ground facing up. Foot injuries from exposed metal

and head injuries from handles that pop up unexpectedly are the main hazards associated with these tools.

Mower Safety

Mowers are the most common type of lawn care equipment. To avoid injury with power mower equipment,
you must pay close attention to your surroundings. Whether you use a riding mower or a walk-behind
mower, follow these guidelines for lawn mower safety:

 Conduct a pre-mowing inspection of the lawn and remove any debris, rocks, limbs, or other items that
could become a projectile. Look for concealed hazards such as holes.
 Keep hands and feet away from moving blades.
 Fill the tank with gas before beginning work. (By filling the tank initially, you can avoid having to
fill the tank later when it is hot.)
 Replace loud or faulty mufflers.
 Shut off the engine before unclogging, servicing, or adjusting the mower and before removing the grass
bag. For added protection, remove the ignition wire before working on the machine.

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Riding Lawn Mowers
In addition to the general guidelines for mower safety follow these guidelines for riding lawn mower safety:

 Before starting the engine, make sure the transmission is out of gear and the mower blade clutch is
disengaged.
 Never allow extra riders on the lawn mower.
 Slow down when turning and when working on slopes. Mow up and down slopes rather than across
them.
 Always look behind you before backing.
 If you hit a large rock or stump, stop the mower and inspect the blades and shaft.
Replace damaged blades.

 Never leave a running lawn mower unattended. Before leaving the seat, park the mower on a flat area,
disengage the mower blades, and remove the ignition key.

Walk-Behind Mowers

In addition to the general guidelines for mower safety, follow these guidelines for walk- behind mower
safety:

Wear sturdy shoes with good traction. Never wear open-toed shoes around walk-behind mowers.

Do not bypass the safety device that stops the blade when the operator releases his/her grip on the handle.

Mow across slopes rather than up and down slopes. Work slowly and patiently when mowing tall grass or
tough weeds. Forcing the mower may cause repeated clogs and engine stalls. Never leave a running mower
unattended. If you stop momentarily, cut the throttle to idle and make sure the mower will not roll away.

Chain Saw Safety

Chain saws are ideal for trimming trees and cutting fallen limbs into smaller pieces. Unfortunately, chain
saws are associated with many serious injuries each year. Common chain saw hazards include the
following:

 Chain cuts
 Falling trees and limbs
 Strains and sprains
To avoid injury, you must respect chain saw hazards and handle chain saws skillfully. In addition to
general lawn safety guidelines, follow these instructions for safely using chain

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Stay alert while sawing. Most injuries occur below the waist when the operator is not paying attention.

Do not use a chain saw alone. Have someone else stand nearby in case of an emergency. Choose and
inspect your chain saw carefully:

Use the correct size chain saw for the job at hand. Ensure that the
chain is sharp and the tension is taut.

Ensure that smaller chain saws have a safety tip to prevent kickbacks. (Kickbacks cause one third of all chain
saw injuries.)

Wear protective safety equipment as necessary:


 Hard hat
 Eye protection
 Face shield
 Hearing protection
 Gloves
 Chainsaw protective chaps
 Always operate a chain saw with two hands.
Limbs that are at shoulder height or higher present a special safety problem. Use a ladder so that the saw is
at a lower and safer position relative to your body.

Never allow the tip of a running chain saw to touch the ground. This could cause a serious kickback injury.

To avoid kickback injuries, stand to the side of a running chain saw. Do not stand directly behind it.

Move brush and limbs as you work to maintain a clear operating area.

Never force a chain saw through a limb. Never stand


on a log or limb while cutting it.

Power Blowers

Because power leaf blowers produce air gusts up to 200 mph, you must follow all manufacturers’ safety
precautions. Always walk towards your work when using a power leaf blower. Do not back away from your
work. Always wear hearing and eye protection when operating a blower.

Trimming Equipment

Follow these safety guidelines for trimming equipment such as hedge trimmers, string trimmers, grass shears,
and edgers: Avoid touching rocks, debris, and gravel with trimming equipment. These items could cause a
serious injury if a kickback occurs.

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Make sure all screws and chains are tight. Vibrating equipment can cause screws to loosen. Walk towards your
work. Do not back away from your work when using a trimmer.

Chemical Products

Information on the safe use of pesticides (insecticides, herbicides, etc.) and fertilizers is given in the
Hazardous Materials Safety section of this manual. MSDS sheets that are included with each product are
an excellent source of handling information (for addiional information regarding chemical safety check on
section 3.2).

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LANDSCAPE PRODUCTS AND SUPPLIERS

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1.3.a.i..1 3.3 Machinery and Tools for Soft Landscape Works
The following items of machinery and tools are likely to be needed:

Ser Particulars Qty Utility Suppliers


No.
1 Knapsack sprayer 1 to spray plants Orient

2 Hedge trimmer 3 to clip hedges and ground Orient


covers
3 Power sprayer 1 to spray chemicals Orient

4 Fertilizer spreader, 1 to apply fertilizer Orient


push type
5 Hand Shovel 10 to excavate Madina garden
6 Pruning Shear 3 to shape the plant Madina garden
7 Pruning Secateurs 3 to cut thin branches Madina garden
8 Pruning Lopper 3 to cut thick branches Madina garden
9 Trolleys 5 to collect green waste Madina garden
10 Blower 1 for cleaning Desert

Ite m Material Type Manufacturer/Installer Tel, Fax Local Supplier, Tel, Fax no.
No. no. & email & email

1 Live plants (Refer Acacia LLC Acacia LLC


Section 6 for List Tel: 04 – 2897440 Tel: 04 – 2897440
of Trees Fax: 04 – 2897442 Fax: 04 – 2897442
and Plants) Email: info@acacia-ae.com Email: info@acacia-ae.com
U U

2 Sweet soil Dubai Municipality Borrow Pit M/s Gagan Transport Tel:

3 Organic compost Sharjah General Supplies Sharjah General Supplies


Co.Ltd. Co.Ltd.
Tel: 06-5332425 Tel: 06-5332425
Fax: 06-5322988 Fax: 06-5322988
Email: Email:
sgsupply@emirates.net.ae sgsupply@emirates.net.ae
U U

4 Inorganic slow Abu Dhabhi Fertilizer Industries Abu Dhabhi Fertilizer Industries
release fertilizer Company W L L Company W L L

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Ite m Material Type Manufacturer/Installer Tel, Fax Local Supplier, Tel, Fax no.
No. no. & email & email

Tel: 06-568 8676 Tel: 06-568 8676


Fax: 06-568 8131 Fax: 06-568 8131
Email: Email:
agrisys@emirates.net.ae agrisys@emirates.net.ae
U U

5 Tree stakes M/s. Tanseeq LLC M/s. Tanseeq LLC Al


Al Quos, Dubai, UAE Quos, Dubai, UAE
Tel : 04-3415005 Tel : 04-3415005
Fax :04-3414909 Fax :04-3414909
Email : info@tanseeqllc.com Email : info@tanseeqllc.com

6 Rubber Buckle M/s. Tanseeq LLC M/s. Tanseeq LLC


Tree Tie Al Quos, Dubai, UAE Al Quos, Dubai, UAE
Tel : 04-3415005 Tel : 04-3415005
Fax :04-3414909 Fax :04-3414909
Email : info@tanseeqllc.com Email : info@tanseeqllc.com
U U

7 Organic Mulch Earth M/s. Tanseeq LLC M/s. Tanseeq LLC


2 Earth Al Quos, Dubai, UAE Al Quos, Dubai, UAE
Tel : 04-3415005 Tel : 04-3415005
Fax :04-3414909 Fax :04-3414909
Email : info@tanseeqllc.com Email : info@tanseeqllc.com
U U

8 Geotextile M/s.Teejan General Trading LLC M/s.Teejan General Trading


Membrane, Warehouse # 3B2 Doha LLC
Prime Road - Dubai - United Arab Warehouse # 3B2 Doha Road
Emirates - Dubai - United Arab
GEO100,100
Phone:+971 4 267 4367 Emirates
Gram/Sqm Email : teejante@eim.ae Phone:+971 4 267 4367
Email : teejante@eim.ae
U U

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Ite m Material Type Manufacturer/Installer Tel, Fax Local Supplier, Tel, Fax no.
No. no. & email & email

9 Gravel Bombay General Transport Bombay General Transport

Tel: 04 – 287 05 90 Tel: 04 – 287 05 90


Fax: 04 – 287 05 95 Fax: 04 – 287 05 95
Email: bombay22@eim.ae
U U

Email: bombay22@eim.ae
U U

10 Boulders Bombay General Transport Tel: 04 Bombay General Transport


– 287 05 90 Tel: 04 – 287 05 90
Fax: 04 – 287 05 95 Fax: 04 – 287 05 95
Email: bombay22@eim.ae Email: bombay22@eim.ae
U U

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EMAAR PROPERTIES PSJC
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
REEM DEVELOPMENT LOOP ROAD LANDSCAPE PACKAGE 8

Total
Sno Item Description Specification Qty Unit Spacing Area (m²)
SHRUBS:
1 Thevetia Peruviana 0.7-1M OAH 1821 Nr 1 1821
2 Vitex Agnus Castus 0.7-1M OAH 657 Nr 1 657
3 Caesalpinia Pulcherrima 0.5-0.7M OAH 1214 Nr 1 1214
4 Jatropha Intergerrima 0.5-0.7M OAH 1218 Nr 2 609
5 Tabernaemontana corymbosa 0.5-0.7M OAH 757 Nr 2 378.5
6 Bougainvilla Glabra 0.3-0.5M OAH 9314 Nr 3 3104.6667
7 Clerondemdron Inerme 0.4-0.6M OAH 24307 Nr 4 6076.75
8 leucophyllum Frutescens 0.3-0.5M OAH 8344 Nr 4 2086
9 Tecoma Smithi 0.5-0.6M OAH 758 Nr 2 379
10 Bougainvilla Glabra red 0.3-0.5M OAH 9752 Nr 3 3250.6667
GROUND COVERS:
1 Ruellia Cilliosa 0.35-0.5M OAH 21380 Nr 5 4276
2 Sesuvium Portulacastrum 150MM SPREAD 9358 Nr 6 1559.6667
GRASSES: 0
1 Pandanus Baptistii 0.4-0.5M OAH 279 Nr 2 139.5
2 Pennisetum Rubrum 0.3-0.5M OAH 3481 Nr 3 1160.3333
3 Pennisetum Seteceum 0.3-0.5M OAH 12043 Nr 3 4014.3333
4 Paspalum vaginatum 3413 m² 3413
ACCENT PLANTS: 0
1 Agave Americana variegata 0.7-0.7M OAH 1403 Nr 2 701.5
2 Agave Attenuata 0.4-0.5M OAH 592 Nr 2 296
3 Agave Desmettiana 0.4-0.5M OAH 295 Nr 3 98.333333
4 Agave Sisalana 0.4-0.5M OAH 859 Nr 3 286.33333
TREES: 0
1 Tabebuia rosea 1.5M CTH 16 Nr
2 Acacia fernaciana 1.8M CTH 37 Nr
3 Azadirachta Indica 1.8M CTH 437 Nr
4 Parkinsonia Aculeata 1.5M CTH 98 Nr
5 Pongamia Glabra 1.8M CTH 54 Nr
6 Prosopis Cineraria 1.8M CTH 15 Nr
7 Peltophorum inerme 1.8M CTH 346 Nr
8 Cordia sebestena 1.8M CTH 9 Nr
9 Delonix regia 1.8M CTH 3 Nr
PALMS: 0
1 PHOENIX DACTYLIFERA 4 M CTH 33 Nr
1 Natural crushed aggregate (M²) 30-50mm dia 4021 m² 4021
Boulders 0
1 Boulders - Type 1 700mm Dia 44 Nr
2 Boulders - Type 2 1000mm Dia 54 Nr
3 Boulders - Type 3 1200mm Dia 41 Nr

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MANAGEMENT
REEM DEVELOPMENT PHASE -1 MIRA OASIS 1 PACKAGE 9

1.3.a.ii MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE


EMAAR PROPERTIES PSJC
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
REEM DEVELOPMENT PHASE -1 MIRA OASIS 1 PACKAGE 9

3.4.
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

Sl ACTIVITY JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
No

1 Palm Tree As As As As As As As As As As As As
Old Required Required Required Required Required Require Req Requi Required Required Required Required
Fronds d uire r ed
Removal d
2 Palm Tree One One
Fertilizer Application Operation

3 Palm Tree One One One


Pest & Operation Operatio Operation
Diseas n
e
Contro
4 Tree One One One One
Managem Operation Operation Operation Operati
en t, on
Pruning,
etc
5 Tree One One
Fertilizer Applicat Applicati
ion on

6 Shrub & Twice a Twice a Twice a Twice a Twice a Twice a Twic Twice Twice a Twice a Twice a Twice a
Ground month month month month month month e a a month month month month
Covers mont month
Trimmer, etc h

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11* - protective spray agreed with the Engineer prior to use The

st nd rd t
S.No ACTIVITY 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week

1 Palm Tree Old Fronds As Required


Removal

2 Palm Tree Fertilizer Yes

3 Palm Tree Pest & Disease As required As Required As required As required


Control

4 Tree Management, Pruning, One Operation


etc

5 Tree Fertilizer As Required

6 Shrub & Ground Covers Yes Twice a month Yes


Trimmer, etc

7 Shrub & Ground Fertilizer Yes

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FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
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1.3.a.iii PLANT SCHEDULE


EMAAR PROPERTIES PSJC
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
REEM DEVELOPMENT PHASE -1 MIRA OASIS 1 PACKAGE 9

Total
Sno Item Description Specification Qty Unit Spacing Area (m²)
SHRUBS:
1 Thevetia Peruviana 0.7-1M OAH 1821 Nr 1 1821
2 Vitex Agnus Castus 0.7-1M OAH 657 Nr 1 657
3 Caesalpinia Pulcherrima 0.5-0.7M OAH 1214 Nr 1 1214
4 Jatropha Intergerrima 0.5-0.7M OAH 1218 Nr 2 609
5 Tabernaemontana corymbosa 0.5-0.7M OAH 757 Nr 2 378.5
6 Bougainvilla Glabra 0.3-0.5M OAH 9314 Nr 3 3104.6667
7 Clerondemdron Inerme 0.4-0.6M OAH 24307 Nr 4 6076.75
8 leucophyllum Frutescens 0.3-0.5M OAH 8344 Nr 4 2086
9 Tecoma Smithi 0.5-0.6M OAH 758 Nr 2 379
10 Bougainvilla Glabra red 0.3-0.5M OAH 9752 Nr 3 3250.6667
GROUND COVERS:
1 Ruellia Cilliosa 0.35-0.5M OAH 21380 Nr 5 4276
2 Sesuvium Portulacastrum 150MM SPREAD 9358 Nr 6 1559.6667
GRASSES: 0
1 Pandanus Baptistii 0.4-0.5M OAH 279 Nr 2 139.5
2 Pennisetum Rubrum 0.3-0.5M OAH 3481 Nr 3 1160.3333
3 Pennisetum Seteceum 0.3-0.5M OAH 12043 Nr 3 4014.3333
4 Paspalum vaginatum 3413 m² 3413
ACCENT PLANTS: 0
1 Agave Americana variegata 0.7-0.7M OAH 1403 Nr 2 701.5
2 Agave Attenuata 0.4-0.5M OAH 592 Nr 2 296
3 Agave Desmettiana 0.4-0.5M OAH 295 Nr 3 98.333333
4 Agave Sisalana 0.4-0.5M OAH 859 Nr 3 286.33333
TREES: 0
1 Tabebuia rosea 1.5M CTH 16 Nr
2 Acacia fernaciana 1.8M CTH 37 Nr
3 Azadirachta Indica 1.8M CTH 437 Nr
4 Parkinsonia Aculeata 1.5M CTH 98 Nr
5 Pongamia Glabra 1.8M CTH 54 Nr
6 Prosopis Cineraria 1.8M CTH 15 Nr
7 Peltophorum inerme 1.8M CTH 346 Nr
8 Cordia sebestena 1.8M CTH 9 Nr
9 Delonix regia 1.8M CTH 3 Nr
PALMS: 0
1 PHOENIX DACTYLIFERA 4 M CTH 33 Nr
1 Natural crushed aggregate (M²) 30-50mm dia 4021 m² 4021
Boulders 0
1 Boulders - Type 1 700mm Dia 44 Nr
2 Boulders - Type 2 1000mm Dia 54 Nr
3 Boulders - Type 3 1200mm Dia 41 Nr

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• RECOMMENDED LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENTS


EMAAR PROPERTIES PSJC
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
REEM DEVELOPMENT PHASE -1 MIRA OASIS 1 PACKAGE 9

Item Material Type Manufacturer/Installer Tel, Fax Local Supplier, Tel, Fax no.
No. no. & email & email

1 Hedge trimmer Orient Orient Irrigation Services Tel:


EFCO 04 – 2972700
Fax: 04 – 262644
2 Strimmer Desert Landscape Desert Landscape
Tel: 04 – 3409202
Fax: 04 – 3475142

3 Edge trimmer Desert Landscape Desert Landscape


Tel: 04 – 3409202
Fax: 04 – 3475142
4 Tree looper Madina Gardens Madina Gardens Tel:
04 – 3447853
Fax: 04 – 3445133
5 Pruning shear Madina Gardens Madina Gardens Tel:
04 – 3447853
Fax: 04 – 3445133
6 Hedge shear Madina Gardens Madina Gardens Tel:
04 – 3447853
Fax: 04 – 3445133
7 Blower Desert Landscape Desert Landscape
Tel: 04 – 3409202
Fax: 04 – 3475142
8 Spray machine 0rient Orient Irrigation Services Tel:
125 lit unigreen 04 – 2972700
Fax: 04 – 2626446

9 Spray machine Madina Gardens Madina Gardens Tel:


14 lit 04 – 3447853
Fax: 04 – 3445133
10 Ride on mower Orient Orient Irrigation Services Tel:
04 – 2972700
Fax: 04 – 2626446

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MANAGEMENT
REEM DEVELOPMENT PHASE 1 LOOP ROAD LANDSCAPE PACKAGE 7

Ser Particulars Qty Utility Suppliers


No.
1 Knapsack sprayer 1 to spray plants Orient
Hedge trimmer 3 to clip hedges and Orient
2
ground covers
3 Power sprayer 1 to spray chemicals Orient
Fertilizer spreader, push 1 to apply fertilizer Orient
4
type
5 Hand Shovel 10 to excavate Madina garden
6 Pruning Shear 3 to shape the plant Madina garden
7 Pruning Secateurs 3 to cut thin branches Madina garden
8 Pruning Lopper 3 to cut thick branches Madina garden
9 Trolleys 5 to collect green waste Madina garden
10 Blower 1 for cleaning Desert

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• MONTHLY BREAK DOWN OF LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE


EMAAR PROPERTIES PSJC
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
REEM DEVELOPMENT PHASE -1 MIRA OASIS 1 PACKAGE 9

MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE - YEARLY BREAK DOWN

S NOV DEC
ACTIV JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT
l ITY
1 Palm As As As As As As As As As As As As
Tree Requir Require Requir Require Requir Requir Re Req Requir Require Require Requir
ed d ed d ed ed q uir ed d d ed
Old
2 Palm One One
Tree Applicat Operati
3 Palm One One One
Tree Operatio Oper Operati
Pest & n atio n on
Diseas
4 Tree One One One One
Mana Operatio Operat Operati Oper
geme n ion on atio n
nt
5 Tree One One
Fertiliz Appli Applic
er cat ati on
6 Shrub Twic a Twic a Twice Twic a Twic a Twic a Twi Twic Twic a Twic a Twic a Twic a
Groun mont mont month mont mont mont ea a mont mont mont mont
Covers h h h h h mo mont h h h h
Trimm h h
er etc

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FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
REEM DEVELOPMENT PHASE -1 MIRA OASIS 1 PACKAGE 9

MAINTENANCE -MONTHY BREAK DOWN

S.No ACTIVITY 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4t Week

1 Palm Tree Old Fronds As Required


Removal

2 Palm Tree Fertilizer Yes

3 Palm Tree Pest & Disease As required As Required As required As required


Control

4 Tree Management, Pruning, One Operation


etc

5 Tree Fertilizer As Required

6 Shrub & Ground Covers Yes Twice a month Yes


Trimmer, etc

7 Shrub & Ground Fertilizer Yes

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1.3.a.iii..1 3.7 Monthly break down of landscape maintenance Pruning

Prune your ground covers in the late December or immediately after blooming if you have a
flowering species and wish to preserve all of the bloom for the following season. Use secateurs for
small-gauge individual cuts, longer-blade pruning shears for cutting multiple stems at once, and
loppers for cutting stems larger than 1/2-inch diameter or woody stems cleanly. Tidy your ground
covers by cutting out all dead foliage and stems, broken vines and fully defoliated stems of evergreen
ground covers. Cut back to a point of healthy tissue or all the way down to the crown of the plant at the
soil line

Ground cover shall be edged to keep it within the bounds of the respective beds, as well as to promote
dense lateral growth. Depending on growth and season the top growth shall be cut back or mowed to
create an even appearance and increase horizontal growth. The growth should be cut back in early
March before new spring growth is initiated. After top cutting, cut branches and debris should be
removed from the beds, and the beds should be top dressed with a compound fertilizer. Carissa should
receive a light top cutting at 250mm; Wedelias should receive a severe top cutting at 200mm. Light
pruning just to keep in line or as instructed by the Engineer.

1.3.a.iii..2 Watering

Refer to automatic irrigation manual for recommendation of water requirement for groundcovers

1.3.a.iii..3 Fertilizing

Fertilizer shall be applied to ground cover beds in three applications. Fertilizer shall be applied the first
week of March, again in the first week of June and in the last week of September. Fertilizer shall be
18-18-5-1.5MgO.Care should be taken when applying fertilizer to planting beds to ensure that the
fertilizer does not adhere to leaves and stems of plants as this will cause spotting of foliage and dieback
of young growth tips. Compost must be applied @ 2 kg / m2/yr during winter time (November – January)
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1.3.a.iii..4 Weed Control

Weed control in ground cover beds is most successfully accomplished through hand weeding, and
the frequency of weeding will depend upon the severity of the problem. Weeds should be removed
with as much of the root system as possible.

If grass weeds become a severe problem, selective herbicides can be used.

Bermuda grass seedlings may emerge in turf grass that has been treated with post emergent
herbicides because post emergent herbicides do not control the seed. On recently planted or
established cool-season turf grass, herbicides can be used to selectively control germinating Bermuda
grass seed without injuring the turf grass. Apply a product containing siduron at the time of planting the
turf grass; DCPA (available to licensed pesticide applicators only), trifluralin (Treflan), pendimethalin
(Halts, Pendulum), or oryzalin (Surflan) can be used when the turf grass is greening. Dithiopyr
(Dimension) and prodiamine (Barricade, which is available to licensed pesticide applicators only) can
be used in established turf. To effectively control new seedlings, apply these herbicides before the
seeds germinate. Because Bermuda grass seed is viable in the soil for 2 years, apply the herbicide
each year for 2 years.

1.3.a.iii..5 Pest and Disease Control

Control of disease and insects in ground cover beds is similar to the measures used for trees, shrubs
and vines, and the same material chemicals and concentrations may be followed. Of great
importance is to apply the chemicals at the correct time, before infection occurs or in the larval
(crawler) stage of new insect infestation. One of the two timely applications can eliminate a full season of
costly spray programmes.
• PESTICIDE

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Insecticides for Trees, Shrubs & Ground Covers (Acaricides, Nematicides, Miticides):

Diagnosis Brand Name Active Application Effective Notes


Ingredient Mode & Rate Period

Bud mite 1. Nissorun Fenamiphos Foliar spray 1 50-60


gm /litre days ---------
10% WP

2. Fenpropathrin Foliar spray 30-40


---------
Dariitol10EC 0.3cc/litre days

3. Neuron Bromopropylat Foliar spray 3-4


---------
e 1cc/litre weeks

4. Rolfan Endosulfan + Foliar spray 1 10-15 Trail for foliar


58% dimethoate gm /litre days damage

EC --------- first

Red spider 1.Danitol10E Fenpropathrin Foliar spray 30-40


---------
mite C 0.3cc/litre days

2. Nissorun Fenamiphos Foliar spray 1 50-60


gm /litre days ---------
10% WP

Neuron Bromopropylat Foliar spray 3-4


---------
e 1cc/litre weeks

Rollan 58% Endosulfan + Foliar spray 1 10-15 Trail for foliar


EC dimethoate gm /litre days damage first

White fly 1. Danitol Fenpropathrin Foliar spray 30-40

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Insecticides for Trees, Shrubs & Ground Covers (Acaricides, Nematicides, Miticides):

Diagnosis Brand Name Active Application Effective Notes


Ingredient Mode & Rate Period

10EC 0.3cc/litre days

2. Confidor Imidacloprid Foliar spray Chemical


---------
1cc/litre withdrawn

Leaf miner 1. Confidor Imidacloprid Foliar spray Chemical


---------
200SL 1cc/litre withdrawn

2. Neemark Azadirachtin Foliar spray 1-2 Repellent


3-5cc/litre weeks untested

3. Vertimec Abamictin ? --------- Untested

4. Dursban Chlorpyriphos Foliar spray Weekly Preventative


4EC 1cc/litre only

Mealybug 1. Applaud Buprofezin Foliar spray


--------- ---------
Scale 0.3cc/litre

2. Confidor Imidacloprid Foliar spray Chemical


---------
200SL 1cc/litre withdrawn

3. Marshall Carbosulfan Foliar spray 1-2


---------
EC 2.5-3 cc/litre month

4. Chlorcyrin Chlorpyriphos- Foliar spray


--------- ---------
200/20EC +cypermethrin 1.5 cc/litre

Soil 1.Nemacur Fenamiphos a) Soil 3-6 Curative


Nematode 10 injection / months

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Insecticides for Trees, Shrubs & Ground Covers (Acaricides, Nematicides, Miticides):

Diagnosis Brand Name Active Application Effective Notes


Ingredient Mode & Rate Period

1gm / drip
emitter

b) Soil 3-6 Preventative


preparationa months
/2 gm/m2 to
15 cm depth

2. Clandosan Chitin-protein Soil mix /15 Ineffective


cm/ 0.23 Kg
/m2 --------- August/ September

0.23kg'm2

3. All other to mid


nematicides Sept"
tested (Vydate,
Miral, Mocap.
Carbofuran) as
ineffective July ---------

Weevils 1. Confidor Imidacloprid Soil Injection 3 months Chemical


5G withdrawn
85 gram /
palm

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Insecticides for Trees, Shrubs & Ground Covers (Acaricides, Nematicides, Miticides):

Diagnosis Brand Name Active Application Effective Notes


Ingredient Mode & Rate Period

2. Carbaryl Carbaryl Foliar spray 2-3


Seven 1.5 cc/litre weeks

3. Marshall Carbosulfan Foliar spray 1-2


---------
EC 2.5 cc/litre month

4. Chlorcyrin Chlorpyriphos+ Foflar spray 10-14


0.4cc /1itre days
200 / 20 EC Cypermethrin
---------
5. Karate 5EC
Lumdacynaloth
rin

Aphids 1. Chlorcyrin Chlorpyriphos Foliar spray 14 days


black/green/ 200/220 EC + Cypermethrin 1.25cc / litre ---------
orange

2.Karate 5 EC Chlorpyriphos Foliar spray 10-14


---------
+ Cypermethrin 1.5cc / litre days

3.Folirnate 50 Omethoate Foliar spray 10-14


---------
EC 1.25cc / litre days

4.Baythroid Cyfluthrin Foliar spray 10-14


---------
50 EC days

Caterpillars 1. Chlorcyrin Chlorpyriphos Foliar spray 14 days


/ Cutworms 200/220 EC + Cypermethrin 1.25cc / litre

2. Rolfan Endosulphan + Foliar spray 10-15 ---------

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FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
REEM DEVELOPMENT PHASE -1 MIRA OASIS 1 PACKAGE 9

Insecticides for Trees, Shrubs & Ground Covers (Acaricides, Nematicides, Miticides):

Diagnosis Brand Name Active Application Effective Notes


Ingredient Mode & Rate Period

58% EC Dimethoat 0.5- 1cc / litre days

3.Karate 5 EC Foliar spray 14 days


---------
1.5cc / litre

Cycades 1. Chlorcyrin Chlorpyriphos Foliar spray 14 days


---------
200/220 EC + Cypermethrin 1.25cc / litre

2. Carbaryl Foliar spray 2-3


CarbarylSevi n 1gm /litre weeks ---------

3. Marshall Carbosulfan Foliar spray 1-2month


---------
EC 2.5cc / litre

Beetles bugs 1. Confidor Imidacloprid Soil injection 3 months


---------
5G 85 gm / palm

2. Carbaryl Forrar spray! 2-3


CarbarylSevi n weeks

3. Chlorcyrin Chlorpyriphos Foliar spray 2-3


---------
200/220 EC + Cypermethrin 1.25cc / litre weeks

4.Karate 5 EC Foliar spray 10-14


---------
1.5cc / lmitre days

Jassids 1. Marshall Carbosulfan Foliar spray 1-2 ---------

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FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
REEM DEVELOPMENT PHASE -1 MIRA OASIS 1 PACKAGE 9

Insecticides for Trees, Shrubs & Ground Covers (Acaricides, Nematicides, Miticides):

Diagnosis Brand Name Active Application Effective Notes


Ingredient Mode & Rate Period

EC 2.5cc / litre month

Thrips 1. Chlorcyrin Chlorpyriphos Foliar spray Untested


---------
200/220 EC + Cypermethrin 1.25cc / litre

Leafhoppers 1.Rolfan 58% Endosulphan + Foliar spray 10-15 Trials for foliar
EC Dimethoat 0.5- 1cc / litre days damage first

Sawfly 1. Neemark Azadirachtin Foliar Spray 1-2 Untested


3-5 cc/litre weeks

Wetting 1. Indicate 5 Nonionic, Foliar spray


agent anionic PH 1cc / litre --------- ---------
reducing buffer

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FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
REEM DEVELOPMENT PHASE -1 MIRA OASIS 1 PACKAGE 9

1.3.a.iv SITE PHOTOGRAPHS


Emergency

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1.3.a.iv..1 3.1. EMERGENCY INFORMATION

ORGANISATION NAME & PHONE/FAX & E-MAIL


ROLE
ADDRESS DETAILS

Tel: 04 33229966
EMAAR
Employer Fax: 04 3329977
Contact Person: Ahmed Omar
e-mail:ahmedO@emaar.ae

Tel:

Local Authority - Fax:

e-mail:

Architect

Tel:

Services Engineer - Fax:

e-mail:

Tel:

Structural Engineer - Fax:

e-mail:

Tel:

Quantity Surveyor - Fax:

e-mail:

Tel:

Planning Supervisor - Fax:

e-mail:

Tel: 04 3809888
Proscape LLC
Main Contractor Fax: 04 3809889
Contact Persons:
e-mail: info@proscapegroup.com/

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lingesh@proscapegroup.com

Installing Contractors
Details

Tel: 04 3809888
Proscape LLC
Fax: 04 3809889
Installing Contractors
Details Contact Persons: Charmanna
e-mail: info@proscapegroup.com/

saravanakumar@proscapegroup.com

Tel: 04 3809888
Proscape LLC (FM)
Fax: 04 3809889
Maintenance
Contractors Details Contact Person: Mr.
e-mail: info@proscapegroup.com/
Lokeswarababu
lokeswarababu@proscapegroup.com

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Horticultural Data Sheets

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EMAAR PROPERTIES PSJC
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
ARABIAN RANCHES II DEVELOPMENT PA 05 LILA LANDSCAPE PACKAGE 8

3.9 HORTICULTURAL DATA SHEET

Total
Sno Item Description Specification Qty Unit Spacing Area (m²)
SHRUBS:
1 Thevetia Peruviana 0.7-1M OAH 1821 Nr 1 1821
2 Vitex Agnus Castus 0.7-1M OAH 657 Nr 1 657
3 Caesalpinia Pulcherrima 0.5-0.7M OAH 1214 Nr 1 1214
4 Jatropha Intergerrima 0.5-0.7M OAH 1218 Nr 2 609
5 Tabernaemontana corymbosa 0.5-0.7M OAH 757 Nr 2 378.5
6 Bougainvilla Glabra 0.3-0.5M OAH 9314 Nr 3 3104.6667
7 Clerondemdron Inerme 0.4-0.6M OAH 24307 Nr 4 6076.75
8 leucophyllum Frutescens 0.3-0.5M OAH 8344 Nr 4 2086
9 Tecoma Smithi 0.5-0.6M OAH 758 Nr 2 379
10 Bougainvilla Glabra red 0.3-0.5M OAH 9752 Nr 3 3250.6667
GROUND COVERS:
1 Ruellia Cilliosa 0.35-0.5M OAH 21380 Nr 5 4276
2 Sesuvium Portulacastrum 150MM SPREAD 9358 Nr 6 1559.6667
GRASSES: 0
1 Pandanus Baptistii 0.4-0.5M OAH 279 Nr 2 139.5
2 Pennisetum Rubrum 0.3-0.5M OAH 3481 Nr 3 1160.3333
3 Pennisetum Seteceum 0.3-0.5M OAH 12043 Nr 3 4014.3333
4 Paspalum vaginatum 3413 m² 3413
ACCENT PLANTS: 0
1 Agave Americana variegata 0.7-0.7M OAH 1403 Nr 2 701.5
2 Agave Attenuata 0.4-0.5M OAH 592 Nr 2 296
3 Agave Desmettiana 0.4-0.5M OAH 295 Nr 3 98.333333
4 Agave Sisalana 0.4-0.5M OAH 859 Nr 3 286.33333
TREES: 0
1 Tabebuia rosea 1.5M CTH 16 Nr
2 Acacia fernaciana 1.8M CTH 37 Nr
3 Azadirachta Indica 1.8M CTH 437 Nr
4 Parkinsonia Aculeata 1.5M CTH 98 Nr
5 Pongamia Glabra 1.8M CTH 54 Nr
6 Prosopis Cineraria 1.8M CTH 15 Nr
7 Peltophorum inerme 1.8M CTH 346 Nr
8 Cordia sebestena 1.8M CTH 9 Nr
9 Delonix regia 1.8M CTH 3 Nr
PALMS: 0
1 PHOENIX DACTYLIFERA 4 M CTH 33 Nr
1 Natural crushed aggregate (M²) 30-50mm dia 4021 m² 4021
Boulders 0
1 Boulders - Type 1 700mm Dia 44 Nr
2 Boulders - Type 2 1000mm Dia 54 Nr
3 Boulders - Type 3 1200mm Dia 41 Nr

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Ser Particulars Qty Utility Suppliers
No.
1 Knapsack sprayer 1 to spray plants Orient

2 Hedge trimmer 3 to clip hedges and ground Orient


covers
3 Power sprayer 1 to spray chemicals Orient

4 Fertilizer spreader, 1 to apply fertilizer Orient


push type
5 Hand Shovel 10 to excavate Madina garden
6 Pruning Shear 3 to shape the plant Madina garden
7 Pruning Secateurs 3 to cut thin branches Madina garden
8 Pruning Lopper 3 to cut thick branches Madina garden
9 Trolleys 5 to collect green waste Madina garden
10 Blower 1 for cleaning Desert

Ite m Material Type Manufacturer/Installer Tel, Fax Local Supplier, Tel, Fax no.
No. no. & email & email

1 Live plants (Refer Acacia LLC Acacia LLC


Section 6 Tel: 04 – 2897440 Tel: 04 – 2897440
for List of Trees Fax: 04 – 2897442 Fax: 04 – 2897442
and Plants) Email: info@acacia-ae.com Email: info@acacia-ae.com
2 Sweet soil Dubai Municipality Borrow Pit Image transport General
Transport Tel: 04 – 287 05 90
Fax: 04 – 287 05 95 Email:
imagetransport eim.ae

3 Organic compost Sharjah General Supplies Sharjah General Supplies


Co.Ltd. Co.Ltd.
Tel: 06-5332425 Tel: 06-5332425
Fax: 06-5322988 Fax: 06-5322988
Email: sgsupply@emirates.net.ae Email:
sgsupply@emirates.net.ae
4 Inorganic slow AgroIntegrated Agro Integrated
release fertilizer System(AGRISYS) System(AGRISYS)

Tel: 06-568 8676 Tel: 06-568 8676


Fax: 06-568 8131 Fax: 06-568 8131
Email: Email:
agrisys@emirates.net.ae agrisys@emirates.net.ae

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Ite m Material Type Manufacturer/Installer Tel, Fax Local Supplier, Tel, Fax no.
No. no. & email & email

5 Tree stakes M/s. Timber Tech LLC M/s. Timber Tech LLC

Al Quos, Dubai, UAE Tel : Al Quos, Dubai, UAE Tel :


04-3385033 04-3385033
Fax :04-3385593 Fax :04-3385593
Email : Email :
info@timbertechllc.com info@timbertechllc.com
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6 Rubber Buckle M/s. Tanseeq LLC M/s. Tanseeq LLC


Tree Tie Al Quos, Dubai, UAE Tel : Al Quos, Dubai, UAE Tel :
04-3415005 04-3415005
Fax :04-3414909 Fax :04-3414909
Email : info@tanseeqllc.com Email : info@tanseeqllc.com
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7 Organic Mulch Earth M/s. Tanseeq LLC M/s. Tanseeq LLC


2 Earth Al Quos, Dubai, UAE Al Quos, Dubai, UAE
Tel : 04-3415005 Tel : 04-3415005
Fax :04-3414909 Fax :04-3414909
Email : info@tanseeqllc.com Email : info@tanseeqllc.com
U U

8 Geotextile M/s.Teejan General Trading LLC M/s.Teejan General Trading


Membrane, Warehouse # 3B2 Doha Road - LLC
Prime Dubai - United Arab Emirates Warehouse # 3B2 Doha Road
GEO100,100 Phone:+971 4 267 4367 - Dubai - United Arab
Emirates
Gram/Sqm Email : teejante@eim.ae
Phone:+971 4 267 4367
Email : teejante@eim.ae
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9 Bombay General Transport


Bombay General Transport Tel:
Gravel Tel: 04 – 287 05 90
Fax: 04 – 287 05 95 04 – 287 05 90
Email: bombay22@eim.ae
U U
Fax: 04 – 287 05 95
Email: bombay22@eim.ae
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14. DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS

Safe Disposal

Maintenance waste should be swept up and placed in green nets and transported to the Dubai Municipality
dump yard. . The waste is organic and non-hazardous and disposal will be as per the DM procedure.

Dubai municipality contact details

 Telephone number : +971 4 2215555


 The main fax number : +971 4 2246666
 Email : info@dm.gov.ae
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 For suggestions : suggestions@dm.gov.ae


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 For complaints : complaints@dm.gov.ae


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 For e-services : esupport@dm.gov.ae


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15. TESTING & COMMISSIONING

N/A

16. MODIFICATIONS

N/A

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17. AS BUILT DRAWINGS

S. No Drawing No Drawing Title


PLANTING LAYOUT(SHEET 1 OF21)
1 P2563 –PL--01-AB

P2563 –PL-02-AB PLANTING LAYOUT SHEET 2 OF 21)


2

P2563 –PL-03-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET 3 OF 21)


3

P2563 –PL-04-AB PLANTING LAYOUT SHEET 4 OF 21)


4

P2563 –PL-05-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET 5 OF 21)


5

6 P2563 –PL-06-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET 6 OF21)

7 P2563 –PL-07-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET 7 OF21)

8 P2563 –PL-08-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET 8 OF21)

9 P2563 –PL-09-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET 9 OF21)

10 P2563 –PL-10-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET 10 OF 21)

11 P2563 –PL-11-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET 11 OF21)

12 P2563 –PL-12-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET12 OF21)

13 P2563 –PL-13-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET13 OF 21)

14 P2563 –PL-14-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET14 OF 21)

15 P2563 –PL-15-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET15 OF 21)

16 P2563 –PL-16-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET16 OF 21)

17 P2563 –PL-17-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET17 OF 21)


18 P2563 –PL-18-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET18 OF 21)
19 P2563 –PL-19-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET19 OF 21)
20 P2563 –PL-20-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET 20 OF 21)
21 P2563 –PL-21-AB PLANTING LAYOUT (SHEET 21 OF 21)

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18. MANUFACTURER AND SUPPLIER LITERATURE

Ite m Manufacturer/Installer Local Supplier, Tel, Fax no.


Material Type
No. Tel, Fax no. & email & email
M/s. Timber Tech LLC M/s. Timber Tech LLC

Al Quos, Dubai, UAE Al Quos, Dubai, UAE Tel : 04-


5 Tree stakes Tel : 04-3385033 3385033
Fax :04-3385593 Fax :04-3385593
Email : Email :
info@timbertechllc.com
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M/s. Tanseeq
LLC M/s. Tanseeq LLC
Al Quos, Dubai, UAE Al Quos, Dubai, UAE Tel : 04-
Rubber Buckle
6 Tel : 04-3415005 3415005
Tree Tie
Fax :04-3414909 Fax :04-3414909
Email : Email : info@tanseeqllc.com
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info@tanseeqllc.com
M/s. Tanseeq
LLC Al Quos, M/s. Tanseeq LLC Al
Dubai, UAE Quos, Dubai, UAE
7 Organic Mulch Earth 2 Earth Tel : 04-3415005 Tel : 04-3415005
Fax :04-3414909 Fax :04-3414909
Email : Email : info@tanseeqllc.com
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info@tanseeqllc.com
M/s.Teejan General
M/s.Teejan General
Trading LLC
Trading LLC
Warehouse # 3B2 Doha
Geotextile Membrane, Prime Warehouse # 3B2 Doha Road
Road - Dubai - United
8 GEO100,100 - Dubai - United
Arab Emirates
Gram/Sqm Arab Emirates
Phone:+971 4 267 4367
Phone:+971 4 267 4367
Email :
Email : teejante@eim.ae
teejante@eim.ae
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Bombay General
Transport Bombay General Transport
Tel: 04 – 287 05 90
9
Tel: 04 – 287 05 90 Fax: 04 – 287 05 95
Gravel
Fax: 04 – 287 05 95 Email: bombay22@eim.ae
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Email:
bombay22@eim.ae
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19. PRODUCT GUARANTEES AND WARRANTIES

N/A

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20. CROSS REFERENCING INDEX

1. ABOUT THE PROJECT .................................................................................................................. 3


2. CHANGE CONTROL ....................................................................................................................... 4
3. EMERGENCY ESCALATION PROCEDURE.................................................................................. 5
4. EMERGENCY INFORMATION ........................................................................................................ 6
5. EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT LOCATIONS. .................................................................................... 7
6. SYSTEM PURPOSE AND SCOPE ................................................................................................. 8
7. CONTRACTUAL AND LEGAL INFORMATION ............................................................................. 9
8. DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................................... 10
9. EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES AND ASSET REGISTERS ............................................................... 11
10. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND PROCEDURES .................................................................. 11
11. OPERATING MANUALS AND LITERATURE .............................................................................. 18
12. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES .................................................................................................. 18
13. SPARE AND REPLACEMENT PARTS ........................................................................................ 23
14. DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................................................................... 25
15. TESTING & COMMISSIONING ..................................................................................................... 26
16. MODIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................... 27
17. AS BUILT DRAWINGS .................................................................................................................. 28
18. MANUFACTURER AND SUPPLIER LITERATURE ..................................................................... 30
19. PRODUCT GUARANTEES AND WARRANTIES ......................................................................... 31
20. CROSS REFERENCING INDEX ................................................................................................... 32

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