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Contecon Manzanillo, S.A. de C.V.

Employer's Requirements - Volume 2

CMSA Container Terminal Expansion - Phase 2, Stage 2A

4 October 2018

307071-01282 – 00-PM-ERT-0001-002

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2 CMSA Container Terminal Expansion - Phase 2, Stage 2A Project No. 307071-01282-00-PM-ERT-0001-002 - Employer's

Project No. 307071-01282-00-PM-ERT-0001-002 - Employer's Requirements - Volume 2: CMSA Container Terminal Expansion - Phase 2, Stage 2A

Rev

Description

Originator

Reviewer

Project Manager

Date

 

Approval

Approval

Approval

A Issued for

 

19-Jul-18

 

Customer Review

 

P.

Edmonds/D. Morch/

C.

Meisl

P. Norlander

D.

Beaumont

B Issued for Tender

 

04-Oct-18

P.

Edmonds/D. Morch/

C.

Meisl/A. Peterson

P. Norlander

D.

Beaumont

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Contents

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2 CMSA Container Terminal Expansion - Phase 2, Stage 2A 1. General 1 1.1 Introduction  

1.

General

1

1.1 Introduction

 

1

 

1.1.1

Objectives of Employer’s Requirements

1

1.1.2

Responsibility of the Engineer

1

1.1.3

Responsibility of the Contractor

1

1.2 Scope of Work

 

2

 

1.2.1

List of Works

2

1.2.2

Contract Forms and Packages

3

1.2.3

General Description of the Facilities

3

1.3 Design Requirements

 

3

 

1.3.1

Design Life

3

1.3.2

First Maintenance

6

1.3.3

Units, Surveys, and Data

6

1.3.4

Design Codes

6

1.3.5

Conflicts and Omissions

7

1.3.6

Approvals

7

1.3.7

Third Party Approvals and Notices

8

1.3.8

Communication with Ongoing Operators

9

1.3.9

Environmental Requirements

9

1.4 Documents and

Drawings

10

 

1.4.1

Language

10

1.4.2

Drawing Standards

10

1.4.3

As-Built Drawings and For Information Drawings

10

1.4.4

Construction Documents

11

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1.4.5

Construction and Record Drawings, and Operating and Maintenance Manuals

14

1.5 Execution of Design

 

15

1.5.1

The Engineer

15

1.5.2

Services Design Coordination

16

1.5.3

Geotechnical Investigation Data

16

1.6 Execution of Construction

16

1.6.1

Contractor’s Equipment

16

1.6.2

Coordination with Other Contractors

17

1.6.3

Coordination with Ongoing Operations

17

1.6.4

Communication System

18

1.6.5

Contractor’s Tests on Materials, Plant, and Equipment

18

1.6.6

Instruction of Employer’s Staff and Nominees

18

1.7 Site, Works, and Program Constraints

19

1.7.1

Site Area

19

1.7.2

Movement of Contractors Equipment and Personnel

19

1.7.3

Protection of Adjacent Sites, Improvements, and Infrastructure

19

1.7.4

Damage

to Existing Areas/Services/Drainage

19

1.7.5

Damage to Access Roads and Rail Tracks

19

1.7.6

Temporary

Works Requirements

20

1.7.7

Program and Access Constraints

20

1.7.8

Sectional Completion/Taking Over

20

1.7.9

Use by the Employer

25

1.7.10

Site

Cleanliness

25

1.7.11

Abatement of Pollution and Nuisance

25

1.7.12

Sanitary Conveniences

26

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1.7.13

Contractors Compound(s)

26

1.7.14

Access to Site after Issue of Taking Over Certificates

27

1.7.15

Employer’s Store

27

1.8 Quality Control

 

27

1.9 Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan

32

1.9.1

Design

32

1.9.2

Site Safety

32

1.9.3

Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan

33

1.9.4

Training

34

1.9.5

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

34

1.9.6

Precedence

34

1.10 Contract Planning and Progress Control

34

1.10.1

Program

34

1.10.2

Progress

35

1.10.3

Project Execution Plan

36

1.11 Temporary Facilities

 

38

1.11.1

Description

38

1.11.2

Coordination

38

1.11.3

Submittals

38

1.11.4

Maintenance Product Handling

38

1.11.5

Temporary Utilities and Services

39

1.11.6

Temporary

Controls

40

1.11.7

Construction

Facilities

41

1.11.8

Facilities and

Equipment for Use by the Employer

43

1.11.9

Office Equipment

43

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1.11.10 Removal of Temporary Utilities, Temporary Controls, and Construction Facilities

46

1.11.11 Materials and Workmanship

46

1.11.12 Proprietary Articles

47

 

1.12

Standards, Materials, and Equipment

47

 

1.12.1 Standards and Alternative Standards

47

1.12.2 Statutory Requirements

47

1.12.3 Material Supplies

48

1.12.4 Copies of Orders

48

1.12.5 Manufacturer’s Instructions

48

2.

Civil Works

 

49

2.1

Codes and Standards

49

2.2

Environmental Design Criteria

50

 

2.2.1

Temperature

50

2.2.2

Wind

50

2.2.3

Rainfall

50

2.2.4

Tides

50

2.2.5

Seismic

51

 

2.3

Earthworks Performance Criteria

51

 

2.3.1

Settlements Under Normal Loading

51

2.3.2

Seismic Performance

52

2.3.3

Subgrade CBR for Pavement Design

52

2.3.4

Disposal of Excavated Materials

52

 

2.4

Intermodal Yard

53

 

2.4.1

Scope of Work

53

2.4.2

Function

53

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2.4.3

Materials and Structural Form

53

2.4.4

Codes and Standards

54

2.4.5

Design Criteria

54

2.4.6

Maintenance

55

2.5 Container Yard

55

2.5.1

Scope of Work

55

2.5.2

Function

55

2.5.3

Materials and Structural Form

56

2.5.4

Design Criteria

56

2.6 RTGC Runways and Maintenance Yard

58

2.6.1

Scope of Work

58

2.6.2

Function

58

2.6.3

Materials and Structural Form

58

2.6.4

Dimensions and Layout

58

2.6.5

Design Criteria

59

2.7 Line Markings - Asphalt Paving and Concrete Surfaces

59

2.7.1

Scope of Work and Function

59

2.7.2

Dimensions and Layout

60

2.8 Fencing

60

2.8.1

Scope of Work

60

2.8.2

Materials and Structural Form

60

2.8.3

Dimensions and Layout

60

2.8.4

Design Criteria

60

2.9 Civil Works for Services

61

2.9.1

General

61

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2.9.2 Trenching

 

61

2.9.3 Catch Basins, Manholes, Draw-Pits,

62

2.9.4 Water Services and

Sewerage

62

 

2.10

Contractor Technical

Requirements

62

3.

Services and Utilities

63

3.1

Electrical Power Supply and Distribution

63

 

3.1.1

Introduction

 

63

3.1.2

Standards and Regulations

63

3.1.3

General Requirements

 

64

3.1.4

Design Software

64

3.1.5

Electrical

Design

Considerations

64

3.1.6

Electrical

System

65

3.1.7

System Voltages

 

65

3.1.8

Classification of Electrical Loads

65

 

3.2

Electrical System Design Calculations

66

 

3.2.1

Load List

66

3.2.2

Design Margins

 

66

3.2.3

Fault Levels

67

3.2.4

Voltage Drop

67

3.2.5

Power Factor Study

67

3.2.6

Arc-Flash Study

67

3.2.7

Power Quality

68

3.2.8

Protective Coordination Study

68

 

3.3

Overview of Power System Distribution

68

 

3.3.1

Container Crane Power Supply

68

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3.3.2

Earthing/Grounding Systems

68

3.3.3

MV Switchgear

68

3.3.4

LV Switchgear

69

3.3.5

Power Transformers

69

3.3.6

Cables and Cable Types

69

3.4 Lighting

 

70

3.4.1

Design Criteria/Method

71

3.5 Reefer Storage

 

72

3.6 Underground Site Cable Duct System

73

3.6.1

Scope of Work

73

3.6.2

Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)

73

3.6.3

Crane Management Systems (CMS)

73

3.7 Water and Fire Mains

73

3.7.1

Scope of Work

73

3.7.2

Function

74

3.7.3

Materials and Structural Form

74

3.7.4

Design

Criteria

75

3.7.5

Design

Method

75

3.7.6

Workmanship and Testing

75

3.7.7

Sterilization

75

3.7.8

Maintenance

76

3.8 Sewage and Storm Water Drainage

76

3.8.1

Scope of Work and Function

76

3.8.2

Materials and Structural Form

77

3.8.3

Design Criteria

77

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3.8.4 Design Method

77

3.8.5 Oil Separation and Grease Trap

77

3.9

Contractor Technical Requirements

78

4.

Buildings

79

4.1

Scope of Work

79

4.2

Schedule of Buildings

79

4.2.1 General

79

 

4.2.2 Access Control Gate Expansion

79

4.3

Contractor Technical Requirements

80

Tables within Text

Table A

Design Working Life of Civil, Structural, Electrical and Mechanical Elements

3

Table B

Design Working Life of Building Elements

5

Table C

Schedule of Protective Treatment to Steelwork and Metalwork

6

Table D

List of Major Permitting and Approval Authorities

7

Table

E

Language

10

Table

F

Sectional Completions

21

Table G

Container Stacking Loads

57

Table H

RTGC Runway Settlement Tolerances

59

Table I

Average Lighting Levels

71

Appendices

 

Appendix 1

Vehicle Equipment

Appendix 2

Employer Equipment

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1.1

Introduction

Expansion - Phase 2, Stage 2A 1. General 1.1 Introduction 1.1.1 Objectives of Employer’s Requirements The

1.1.1 Objectives of Employer’s Requirements

The Employer’s Requirements identify the functional, design, quality, performance, and durability requirements for the construction of the CMSA Container Terminal Phase 2 - Stage 2A works in Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico. The project involves the construction of a block paved container stacking area extension; reefer storage area extension; truck entrance gate expansion; a rail intermodal yard extension, demolition of an existing empty container storage area and all related services and utilities, including installation of final services and utilities at the Stage 3A quay – the structure of which is being constructed under a separate contract. The terminal is located in the Port of Manzanillo and is on an approximately 28.5 ha site as described in Section 1.2.

The Employer’s overriding requirement is that the Works are fit for the purposes of reliable, efficient, safe and continuous operations of a modern, high density, high speed, and low maintenance container terminal.

These Employer’s Requirements are minimum requirements and shall be read subject to the overriding requirement described above.

1.1.2 Responsibility of the Engineer

The Engineer shall be responsible for the design of all permanent facilities and systems that are identified in these Employer’s Requirements.

Unless noted otherwise, the Engineer shall be fully responsible for all aspects of the design of the permanent Works to meet the Employer’s Requirements.

The Engineer shall design the Works to minimize the operating and maintenance costs and to minimize the extent/frequency of maintenance and its disruptive effect on operations.

1.1.3 Responsibility of the Contractor

The Contractor shall be responsible for the construction, testing, commissioning, and rectification of defects of all facilities and systems that are identified in these Employer’s Requirements.

The Contractor shall be responsible for the design of all temporary works for the construction.

The Contractor shall be fully responsible for all aspects of the construction of the Works, and for providing such materials, workmanship, and whatever else may be necessary or desirable to meet the Employer’s Requirements and the Specifications.

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1.2 Scope of Work

1.2.1 List of Works

- Phase 2, Stage 2A 1.2 Scope of Work 1.2.1 List of Works The Works to

The Works to be executed under this Contract shall include, but not be limited to, the design, construction, installation, testing, commissioning, and remedying of defects of the following land-based items:

Terminal land levelling (fill and pavements) in the Stage 2A area from nominal existing level +2.00 m (Chart datum) to finished level +3.50 m (Chart datum), and in the Stage 3A behind and above the berth rock berm to finished level +3.50 m (Chart datum).

Ground improvements including those at the Phase 2 - Stage 3A berth (Berth 20) - not including dynamic compaction.

Demolition of an empty container storage yard facility (Stage 2A Initial) including all fills required to facilitate ground improvement and allow for installation of the permanent container yard facilities. Demolished Materials can be re-used in the Works provided they meet the project Specifications.

Container yard facilities including rubber tired gantry crane (RTGC) runways, and heavy-duty concrete block pavements to support container handling equipment, and container storage.

Expansion of reefer storage including reefer racks and plugs.

Internal roadways, parking, and holding areas together with connections to the existing internal road system.

All necessary ancillary works and services including storm drainage, power distribution, data, CCTV, security, and communication systems ducts, water supply distribution, fire water distribution, fencing, lighting, grounding, road and container yard signage and markings, including those at the Phase 2 - Stage 3A berth (Berth 20).

Interconnections of all services including electrical power, potable water, sanitary sewer, and telecommunications to the networks identified in the Employer’s Requirements, including those at the Phase 2 - Stage 3A berth (Berth 20).

Firefighting facilities and equipment including extension of the salt water fire water distribution system.

Reconfigure the truck entrance area to accommodate one additional truck in-gate, including truck kiosk and canopy extension.

Maintenance area for RTGCs in the Stage 2A container yard.

Intermodal yard expansion including extension of four tracks (Track Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5), heavy-duty paving, extension of RTGC runway beams, and associated safety systems required for safe and efficient operation. Existing rail track Nos. 1 and 6 shall be left in place and heavy-duty pavement added up to the rails to allow container stacking.

Provisional Items:

Dynamic compaction ground improvement of the general overall project footprint.

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2 CMSA Container Terminal Expansion - Phase 2, Stage 2A  Ecological Box Culvert Drain 2

Ecological Box Culvert Drain 2 between the perimeter ecological boundary containing mangroves bordering the Naval Zone and Colonia Brisas del Puerto municipality and the existing Phase 1 box culvert segment installed under Berth 19. This work is considered “marine” with respect to Table A.

Various additional provisional items (if instructed).

1.2.2 Contract Forms and Packages

The construction works for the development of CMSA Container Terminal Stage 2A will be tendered as follows:

Main Works package includes items listed in Section 1.2.1.

1.2.3 General Description of the Facilities

The new container terminal is planned to provide for a future throughput capacity of 1,500,000 TEUs per annum when fully built out. The site is being developed in phases.

The general finished surface level of the terminal is to be at approximately +3.50 m above MLLW and is to tie into the existing quay in front of the Stage 2A area. The quay coping level is +3.50 m (Ref.) above MLLW.

The terminal utilizes super post Panamax rail mounted container cranes to load and unload container vessels. The containers are transported from the quayside to the container yard on container tractor/trailer units. The containers are stacked using RTGCs on the yards and reach-stackers in specific areas. Empty containers are generally handled with empty container handlers or reach-stackers.

1.3 Design Requirements

1.3.1 Design Life

The design working life is defined as the period for which structural elements, pavements, buildings, electrical and mechanical systems (E&M), services, drainage systems, etc., are to be used for their intended purposes with acceptable maintenance, but without major repair and/or replacement being necessary.

Acceptable design working life, period to first maintenance and guidance on routine maintenance activities for the civil, structural, electrical and mechanical elements of the Works is described in Table A, and for the building elements in Table B. Table A and Table B also indicate what would be considered to be unacceptable maintenance, i.e. unacceptable repair or replacement.

Elements referred to as (Marine) in Table A shall include all elements within or adjacent to salt water such that they are exposed to salt water or wind driven salt spray.

Table A

Design Working Life of Civil, Structural, Electrical and Mechanical Elements

Element (Civil Works)

Design

Working

Period to

First

Routine Maintenance by Employer

Unacceptable

Repair/Replacement

Life

Maintenance

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2 CMSA Container Terminal Expansion - Phase 2, Stage 2A Element (Civil Works) Design Working Period

Element (Civil Works)

Design

Working

Period to

First

Routine Maintenance by Employer

Unacceptable

Repair/Replacement

Life

Maintenance

Concrete

50

years

 

10

years

Detailed inspection and eventually repairing of minor cracking, repairing of minor damages for operations.

Cutting out/replacement of defective/spalled concrete and corroded reinforcement.

(Marine)

 

25

years

2

years

Detailed inspection of any differential settlement adjacent to fixed structures within the limits allowed under these specifications.

Cutting out/replacement of defective areas, except damages originated by the expected differential settlement (for concrete paving).

(Land)

 

Steelwork

50

years

 

10

years

Re-coating of protective systems every 10 years.

Cutting out/replacement of defective/corroded steel or its fixings; welding of steel plates onto existing steel structures/elements.

(Marine)

 

25

years

5

years

 

(Land)

 

Pavements and

20

years

2

years

Treating any cracking (longitudinal, transversal, spalling, scaling, major roughness, polished areas, etc.) as a result of regular operations and the settlement criteria under this specification.

Removal or reconstruction of pavements sections as a result of deficient design or construction practices.

Roadways

   

E&M Installations (Including Fire Services, Electrical and Mechanical, Communications, Plumbing, and Drainage)

25

years

To Suit

Periodic normal and routine maintenance of all items of equipment/controls in accordance with manufacturer’s manuals.

Any removal/replacement of any items or parts of equipment and controls, pipes, cables, ducts, components, accessories, fittings, fixings, etc., but excluding consumables, e.g. filters, lamps, fuses, etc.

 

Routine

Maintenance

Program

Fencing and Gates

25

years

5

years

Repainting of gates and fence posts.

Any removal/replacement of any base, post, gates, fencing.

RTGC Runways

50

years

2

years

Detailed inspection and eventual treating of cracks (longitudinal, transversal or corner), all of these damages as a result of allowable differential settlement under these specifications.

Major removal or reconstruction of runway sections.

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Element (Civil Works)

Design

Working

Period to

First

Routine Maintenance by Employer

Unacceptable

Repair/Replacement

Life

Maintenance

Rail Tracks

20

years

1

year

Yearly tightening of fasteners and turnout lubrication.

Repair/replacement to any component part.

(Intermodal Yard)

   

5

years

Sundry replacement of fixing clips but not exceeding 1% over 5-year period and sundry replacement of defective hard wood ties for turnout sets.

 

2

years

Inspection and surveying on both horizontal and vertical rail tracks alignment as a result of settlement criteria allowed under this specification.

Table B

Design Working Life of Building Elements

Element (Building

Works)

Design

Working

Period to

First

Routine Maintenance by Employer

Unacceptable

Repair/Replacement

Life

Maintenance

Structures:

25

years

None

None.

Cutting out/replacement of defective/spalled concrete and corroded reinforcement.

Concrete

 

Structures:

25

years

10 years

Recoating of protective systems every 10 years with zinc rich, high build epoxy, or similar coating system.

Cutting out/replacement of defective/corroded steel or its fixings.

Steelwork

 

Roof, Canopy and Wall Claddings (Metallic)

25

years

5

years

Sundry caulking of joints and fixing holes every 5 years.

Removal/replacement of any corroded or distorted/defective sheeting and its fixings and repair of leakages.

Sundry Metal Work Items External and Internal

25

years

5

years

Repainting every 5 years (where previously painted). Routine maintenance to hardware.

Removal/replacement of any corroded or defective part.

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Element (Building

Works)

Design

Working

Period to

First

Routine Maintenance by Employer

Unacceptable

Repair/Replacement

Life

Maintenance

E&M Installations

See Table A

See Table A

See Table A

See Table A

1.3.2 First Maintenance

The criteria to be met, without maintenance being undertaken by the Employer, are included in Table A and Table B and in the Schedule of Protective Treatment to Steelwork and Metalwork included in Table C.

Table C

Schedule of Protective Treatment to Steelwork and Metalwork

Element (Steel and Metal Works)

Design

Routine Maintenance by Employer

 

Working Life

Protective Treatment

Lighting Poles, Reefer Access Platforms

20 years

Tightening of fasteners every 5 years.

Hot-dipped zinc galvanized.

1.3.3 Units, Surveys, and Data

SI units shall be used throughout for drawings, calculations, and documentation. In cases where components are supplied in Imperial units, e.g. pipe work; the metric equivalent dimension is also to be shown.

All levels shall be referred to the Port of Manzanillo Mean Lower Low Water (MLLW) hydrographic datum, which will be used as zero datum for all the Works.

An independent experienced Surveyor (approved by the Engineer) shall be engaged and managed by the Contractor to update and upgrade existing survey works, establish primary survey controls for azimuth and level datum, undertake site topographical surveys as required.

The Surveyor shall establish a site grid parallel to the quay line and confirm the coordinates and level of a primary benchmark upon which all design and construction shall be based. The scope of this survey is to be determined between the Engineer and the Employer.

The level difference between National Geodetic Vertical Datum (NGVD) and the Manzanillo Port/Chart Datum is 0.393 m according to the official “Secretaría de Marína, DGID” data.

1.3.4 Design Codes

The design, manufacture, provision, installation, and construction of all temporary and permanent works shall be carried out in accordance with the best current practice, equivalent to that specified in the latest editions of Mexican Standards, British Standards, American Standards, and supplemented by these Employer’s Requirements and the specification for material durability.

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The design method shall be Limit States Design, using Load and Resistance Factors consistent with the stated design codes.

Mexican environmental regulations and project environmental resolutions and permits shall also be utilized for the design of the facilities.

1.3.5 Conflicts and Omissions

These Requirements reference a number of codes, standards and guidelines. In some cases, these documents may be in disagreement or conflict. Where conflicts or omissions are identified, the Engineer shall make the determination, and advise the Employer and Contractor.

1.3.6 Approvals

The major permitting and approval authorities are stated, but not limited to, in Table D.

Table D

List of Major Permitting and Approval Authorities

Work

Authority

All Works

APIMAN (Dirección General/Gerencias)

SCT (Coordinación General de Puertos y Marina Mercante/Dirección General de Puertos)

SEMARNAT (Delegación Federal en Colima)

Building/Development Approval

SCT (Coordinación General de Puertos y Marina Mercante/Dirección General de Puertos)

APIMAN (Dirección General/Gerencias)

SHCP (Servicio de Administración Tributaria/Administración General de Aduanas/Administración Central de Regulación Aduanera y Administración Central de Planeación Aduanera)

Sewerage

APIMAN (Gerencia de Ingeniería)

CAPDAM (Comisión de agua potable y alcantarillado de Manzanillo)

Potable Water

APIMAN (Gerencia de Ingeniería)

CAPDAM (Comisión de agua potable y alcantarillado de Manzanillo)

SEMARNAT (Delegación Federal en Colima)

Storm Water Drainage

APIMAN (Gerencia de Ingeniería)

CAPDAM (Comisión de agua potable y alcantarillado de Manzanillo)

SEMARNAT (Delegación Federal en Colima)

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Work

Authority

Electrical Works

APIMAN (Gerencia de Ingeniería)

SCT (Coordinación General de Puertos y Marina Mercante/Dirección General de Puertos)

SENER (Unidad de Verificación de Instalaciones Eléctricas de la Secretaría de Energía “UVIES”)

CFE (Comisión Federal de Electricidad/Oficina Regional)

Fire Protection

APIMAN (Gerencia de Operaciones)

STPS (Secretaría del Trabajo y Previsión Social)

Security and Protection Works (ISPS Code)

SCT (Dirección General de Marina Mercante - FIDENA)

APIMAN (Gerencia de Operaciones)

Railway Tracks (Intermodal Yard)

APIMAN (Gerencia de Ingeniería)

FERROMEX (Railroad Concessionary Company)

Environmental

APIMAN (Gerencia de Operaciones)

SEMARNAT (Delegación Federal de Colima y PROFEPA)

Customs Requirements (Fiscal Precinct)

SHCP (Servicio de Administración Tributaria/Administración General de Aduanas/Administración Central de Regulación Aduanera y Administración Central de Planeación Aduanera)

The Contractor is fully responsible to modify (as required) or confirm the major permitting and approval authorities listed above and advise the Engineer and the Employer of any modifications made.

The Employer will provide a detailed list of the permits it has acquired to facilitate the works. It is the Contractors responsibility to review these permits, identify additional information/requirements it may need based on these permits and adhere to these permits and their stated requirements.

1.3.7 Third Party Approvals and Notices

Unless noted otherwise, the Engineer shall be responsible to design and the Contractor shall be responsible to construct the whole of the Works to comply as a minimum with the requirements of each and every relevant statutory, regulatory, and utility authority.

The Contractor shall obtain and maintain in force all necessary permits, licences or approvals for any part of the Works as set out in the Conditions of Contract.

Should the Contractor for any reason cause such approvals/permits/consents, etc., to be withdrawn, the Contractor shall be fully responsible for their reinstatement or re-issuance, regardless of whether such were originally procured by the Employer.

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The Contractor shall not commence any of the Works until he has obtained written consent from the Engineer and the relevant statutory, regulatory and utility authorities, and a copy of that consent has been submitted to the Engineer.

The Engineer’s general obligations shall include, without limitation:

Providing all design drawings, specifications, and calculations as required for submission to the Authorities for the permit applications and to make any modifications to these documents as required by the Authorities.

Complying with relevant requirements of the Third-Party Agreements.

Complying with environmental laws and regulations relating to the performance of the Works, and in particular with the requirements of the environmental authority.

The Contractor’s general obligations shall include, without limitation:

Obtaining the necessary approvals/permits/consents, etc., for sourcing and deposition of fill material, including payment of any royalties notwithstanding any Employer’s initiatives which may provide the Contractor with options for reclamation material sources. The Employer will give no warranty as to the validity of any information or details in these respects given to the Contractor by the Employer, and the Contractor shall remain entirely responsible for such approvals/consents/permits, etc.

Carrying out any testing of Materials for the presence of contaminants as required by these specifications or regulatory authorities.

Providing all Work procedures as required for submission to the Authorities for the permit application and to make any modifications to these documents as required by the Authorities.

Complying with the relevant requirements for, and obtaining approvals for, access within the Port of Manzanillo.

Complying with relevant requirements of the Third-Party Agreements.

Complying with environmental laws and regulations relating to the performance of the Works, and in particular with the requirements of the environmental authority.

1.3.8 Communication with Ongoing Operators

The Contractor shall provide to the Engineer copies of all correspondence between the Contractor and the Port Authority, other Port users, utility companies/authorities, and the Employer.

1.3.9 Environmental Requirements

The Contractor shall carry out the Works with full regard to Mexican and APIMAN’s environmental regulations and the Environmental Authorization and Conditions.

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1.4 Documents and Drawings

1.4.1 Language

All documents to be prepared by the Engineer and Contractor under the scope of this project will be written in the languages shown in Table E.

Table E

Language

Type of Document

Language

All documents to be prepared for submissions to the Port Authority.

English and Spanish

All documents to be prepared for submissions to other relevant Mexican authorities and service supplier companies.

English and Spanish

All tender documents for construction works, including administrative, general and technical specifications, as well as notices to Tenderers.

English

All drawings.

Bilingual, Spanish/English

Method statements, O&M manuals, safety notices, etc.

English or Spanish as applicable

Monthly reports.

English

Progress fee reports.

English

All technical documents, including spreadsheets, calculations and technical reports.

English

Daily correspondence with Employer.

English

1.4.2 Drawing Standards

Drafting of all drawings, sketches and the like are to meet International drafting standards to be approved by the Employer. Drawings for the container yard shall be laid out parallel to the quay line / existing container yard for ease of reference.

1.4.3 As-Built Drawings and For Information Drawings

“As-Builts” means drawings which show existing port facilities, services, structures, etc. As-Built Drawings form part of the Site Data. The Employer does not guarantee the accuracy and/or completeness of the information provided, and the Contractor shall be responsible for its interpretation and verification.

Copies of the As-Built Drawings are included in Volume 4 provided in the Electronic Data Room.

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Additional “For Information” Drawings are also included in Volume 4, and include, but are not limited to, recent topographic and bathymetric survey drawings and APIMAN ecological box culvert designs.

1.4.4 Construction Documents

The Engineer shall provide complete and clear detailed specifications and drawings which describe all Plant, equipment, manufactured items and Materials which will be incorporated into the Works, details of the fabrication and construction of the Works, and the maintenance regime for the Works.

Construction Drawings and Technical Specifications are included in Volume 3.

Design/Drawings shall optimize the use of AutoCAD (2015) or such later version as may be approved by the Employer.

The Contractor is required to review and understand the provided Construction Documents, and request clarification if it does not understand.

1.4.4.1 Shop Drawings, Product Data, and Samples

The Contractor is required to furnish the Engineer with Shop Drawings, Product Data, and Samples of all works the Contractor is required to complete. The following presents a general formalized procedure of how this process shall proceed.

General

Do not proceed with work until relevant submissions are reviewed by the Engineer.

Contractor’s responsibility for errors and omissions in the submission is not relieved by the Engineer’s review of the submission.

Submittal Schedule

Within 14 days of Contract Award, submit schedule for submitting Product Data and Samples.

The schedule for submitting Product Data and Samples must include dates for submitting, review time, resubmission time, float time, last date for meeting schedule.

Submission Requirements

Present Product Data and Samples in SI metric units.

Where items or information are not produced in SI metric units, converted values are acceptable.

Notify the Engineer, in writing at time of submission, identifying any deviations from the requirements of the plans and Specifications, and stating reasons for deviations.

Contractor’s responsibility for deviations in submission from requirements of the plans and Specifications is not relieved by the Engineer’s review of the submission, unless the Engineer gives written acceptance of specific deviations.

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Coordinate each submission with requirements of the work, and the plans and Specifications. Submissions will not be reviewed until all related information is available.

Allow five working days for Engineer’s review of each submission.

All submissions must be accompanied by a transmittal letter or instrument, in duplicate, containing:

Date.

Project title and number.

Contractor’s name and address.

Identification and quantity of each Shop Drawing, Product Data, and Sample.

Other pertinent data.

Submissions must include:

Date and revision dates.

Project title and number.

Name and address of:

Subcontractor.

Supplier.

Manufacturer.

Contractor’s stamp, signed by Contractor’s authorized representative, certifying approval of submissions, verification of field measurements, and compliance with Contract Documents.

Details of appropriate portions of work as applicable:

Fabrication.

Layout, showing dimensions, including identified field dimensions and clearances.

Setting or erection details.

Capacities.

Performance characteristics.

Standards.

Operating weight.

Wiring diagrams.

Single line and schematic diagrams.

Relationship to adjacent work.

A copy of the transmittal letter or instrument will be returned to the Contractor by the Engineer and will be marked either “REVIEWED”, “REVIEWED AS MODIFIED”, “REVISE AND RESUBMIT” or “NOT REVIEWED”, and in the event the submission is not accepted, will show the reason for rejection.

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Make any changes in submissions which the Engineer may require and resubmit as required by the Engineer.

Notify the Engineer, in writing, when resubmitting, of any revisions other than those requested by the Engineer.

After the Engineer’s review and approval, distribute copies.

Shop Drawings

Shop Drawings are original Drawings, or modified standard Drawings provided by Contractor, to illustrate details of portions of Work, which are specific to Project requirements.

Paper copy Drawings shall preferably be submitted in 11 in. by 17 in. format or equivalent metric size including ANSI B or ISO A3. Where original Drawings are larger than this size, both the original sized Drawings and a photo-reduced copy at 11 in. by 17 in. shall be submitted. Quantity of copies required of each size will be the same. Maximum sheet size for sepias and blueprints shall be 1,000 mm by 707 mm.

Cross-reference Shop Drawing information to applicable portions of the plans and Specifications.

Product Data

Product Data are manufacturer’s catalogue sheets, brochures, literature, performance charts, and diagrams, used to illustrate standard manufactured Products.

Submit three copies of Product Data.

Delete Product Data information not applicable to the Work.

Supplement standard information to provide details applicable to the Work.

Cross-reference Product Data information to applicable portions of the plans and Specifications.

Samples

Submit Samples in accordance with the plans and Specifications. Verify, through appropriate inspections and tests, that samples submitted meet Specifications. Provide inspection and test data with samples. The Engineer's review and comments on samples shall not relieve Contractor of its responsibility for compliance with the Plans and Specifications.

Ensure that items materials are available in quantities required to complete the work. No change or substitution will be permitted after a sample has been reviewed unless a written request for that change or substitution is made by the Contractor to the Engineer, and the review process is repeated and the change or substitution is approved in writing. The completed Work will be compared to the samples and if any of the Work is not of the same quality, material, finish, colour, texture or appearance as the sample, that portion of the Work will be deemed to be defective and not in conformance or compliance with the plans and Specifications.

Samples will only be considered if taken at random. The Contractor must permit the Engineer to witness selection of samples. Inspection or tests of items or materials that fail shall be sufficient cause to terminate further inspection tests of the same brand, make, or source of that product.

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Cross-reference sample data to applicable portion of plans and Specifications.

1.4.5 Construction and Record Drawings, and Operating and Maintenance Manuals

The Construction drawings produced by the Engineer shall include, without limitation:

General arrangement and layout drawings.

Elevation, cross-section, and detail drawings.

Survey drawings and charts.

Rail layout and detail drawings.

Pavement structures and details.

RTGC runway details.

Structural plans and details.

Site services drawings, for each individual utility including civil and electrical services and equipment drawings; electrical circuit diagrams; line diagrams of control systems and logic diagrams.

Indicate the arrangement, profiles, levels, relevant notes and details of ground improvements, earthworks, and surfacing.

Indicate the layout and details of all foundations and substructures.

Indicate the arrangement and details of structures including all structural elements, cast-in-place items and appurtenances, types/quality of Materials, and protective systems.

Indicate the final layout and details of surface features, treatment and finishes including tolerances and line marking.

Indicate sizes and positions of all Plant, equipment, pipes, cables, conduits, manholes, pits, cable trays, etc., together with all inspection points, cable joints and lubrication points, etc.

Show the location and depth of all pipes and cables, whether buried directly in the ground, or drawn through ducts/manholes, to a scale of not less than 1:500. The positions of cables or pipes shall be physically measured from visible permanent features. All changes of cable or pipe direction shall be shown.

Show the colour coding, labelling and identification of all services, and full working details of size, load, duty and capacity of each item of Plant. The drawings shall also clearly indicate the positions of drains, valves, and test points. The line diagrams of control systems and the electrical circuit diagrams shall indicate the type, location and function of each component and, together with the inter-connecting wiring and piping, the terminal connection reference numbers or letters of the actual equipment.

Indicate the circuit reference for all equipment and each outlet shown. All references shall agree with the charts and labels in distribution boards fixed to the switchgear.

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Recommend servicing and maintenance schedules and include schedules showing the recommended types of lubricant, particulars of maker’s types, serial number and rating, replacement parts, and a statement of the basic data on which the design of the Plant has been based.

Show the position and nature of all earth electrodes installed, and the range of copper connection tapes.

Issued for Construction drawings shall follow a recognized international standard for drafting in respect of drawing size, scale, format, etc.

The lettering and dimensioning shall be readily readable when the document is reduced in size to an A3 sheet.

The orientation of civil drawings shall be parallel to the line of quay.

The Engineer shall produce, maintain, update, and issue a register of all drawings in circulation identifying current status.

The preparation and issuance of revised Construction and Record drawings shall also follow the recognized international standard for drafting, and shall proceed during the installation of the Works:

Issued for Construction and Record drawings shall be in the English and Spanish languages. Contractor shall submit As-Built Drawings that indicate deviations from any original Construction Drawings and consents.

Operation and maintenance manuals shall be prepared by the Contractor for civil, structural, architectural, electrical, plumbing, drainage and mechanical Work elements, in both the English and Spanish languages. The manuals shall include a description of the layout and function of the system, schedules of components comprising every item of equipment including manufacturer’s name and contact details, reference and serial number, and detailed operating and maintenance instructions including electrical protection device settings.

Operation and maintenance manuals shall include details of all Materials used in the Work. Reduced scale copies of the record and as-built drawings are to be inserted in the manuals. Record and as-built drawings bound into manuals shall be arranged to fold out from their position and be entirely visible when any part of the manual is being read. Included with the manuals shall be lists of spare parts for each item, a list of long lead-in items, and a list of local agents able to supply the parts.

The manuals shall be labelled with the title and description and compiled in loose-leaf ring binders covered in a waterproof material. The format of the manuals shall be agreed with the Employer. The manuals shall lie flat when open. Two hard copies of the approved operating and maintenance manuals shall be submitted as well as a copy of the manuals on a CD.

1.5 Execution of Design

1.5.1 The Engineer

The Engineer shall be competent and have relevant experience, and carry the required Professional Indemnity (PI) Insurance.

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As construction proceeds, and as part of any procedures implemented for offering up elements of the Works for acceptance, the Engineer shall verify the adequacy and accuracy of that element of the Works in accordance with the approved design, as described elsewhere in these documents.

1.5.2 Services Design Coordination

The pipework and ductwork layouts shall ensure that:

Pipe, duct, and cable runs do not interfere with each other, in terms of alignment or level.

The services are generally laid parallel to each other, and a minimum separation of 1.0 m between adjacent services is achieved.

Pipes, ducts, or cables do not run longitudinally under RTGC runway beams.

Wherever possible, pipes, duct runs and manholes should avoid container stacks, roadways, and heavy traffic areas.

Wherever possible, pipe and duct runs should avoid any areas that may be subject to ground improvement or excessive settlement under this and future phases of the development.

The services are compatible with the requirements of future development phases and can efficiently accommodate future demands and be extended to future phases without disrupting terminal operations or necessitating excavation through existing pavements or structures.

The Engineer shall prepare in AutoCAD, for approval by the Employer, composite services layout drawings, with cross-sections indicating service separation.

1.5.3 Geotechnical Investigation Data

The Employer provided geotechnical investigation reports to be utilized for design of Phase 2A are as follows:

‘RESULTADOS DE LA EXPLORACIÓN DE CAMPO FASE 2A’, dated June 2018, by Suelos y Control S.A. de C.V. Refer to Volume 4.

‘MAPEO DE SUBSUELO Y DETECCIÓN DE HIDROCARBUROS’, dated August 2018, by Suelos y Control S.A. de C.V. Refer to Volume 4.

The Employer, his Engineers, and the Engineer do not warrant the accuracy and/or completeness of the geotechnical information provided as part of the Site Data. Where the Contractor elects to interpret and use this data, it shall be entirely at his own risk and strictly subject to the Conditions of Contract.

1.6 Execution of Construction

1.6.1 Contractor’s Equipment

The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer, within 28 days of the Commencement Date, a comprehensive Contractor’s Equipment Schedule which shall include the proposed dates of arrival on Site of each item.

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The Contractor shall at all times and at his own expense comply with the requirements of the relevant authorities, including the Employer and APIMAN, in respect of movement of Plant, equipment.

1.6.2 Coordination with Other Contractors

During the construction phase, the Contractor shall exercise overall control over the execution of the Project/Works, and shall coordinate the activities and shall take all necessary steps to promote mutual cooperation between all Contractors working on and around the Site. He shall interface with them in an effective manner so as to efficiently construct the Works in the best interest of the Employer. The Contractor shall incorporate the work of other Contractors into the Contract Progress Control, as described in these requirements, and monitor their activities throughout the project.

The Contractor shall coordinate his operations with the activities of other Contractors and shall cooperate with them to ensure they have access to their work areas at all times and reasonable access to all areas of the Phase 1 site and other concession areas for the purposes of inspecting and evaluating the existing facilities. For elimination of doubt, “other concession areas” mean any other area adjacent or included within the Phase 1, Phase 2, or Phase 3 of the CMSA Container Terminal.

The Contractor shall ensure that power and water services and drainage remain connected to other work areas and shall coordinate any required shutdown with the appropriate Contractors.

The other Contractors working on and around the Site shall include, but not necessarily be limited to:

The Phase 2 – Stage 3A Contractor at the Quay and that shall have access to the Phase 3 area for potential dredge disposal, temporary laydown and construction facilities.

The Quay Crane, RTGC and other container handling equipment commissioning Contractors.

The communications and control systems Contractor(s) who will be responsible for the installation of CCTV, communications, data handling, and security systems in the terminal.

The Port Authority and/or their nominated Contractor(s) who will be responsible for the perimeter sound wall to the west of the terminal.

In the event of scheduling conflicts between the Contractor and other Contractors working on and around the Site, or between the other Contractors working on or around the Site, the Contractor shall convene a meeting on Site between the affected parties, including the Engineer, and use his best efforts to facilitate an acceptable resolution of the conflicts. If they cannot be resolved to the satisfaction of the parties involved, the Engineer will determine the necessary resolution and his decision will be final and binding on the parties involved.

1.6.3 Coordination with Ongoing Operations

The Contractor shall coordinate his works with the ongoing operations of the Port, utility and services companies and authorities, and the Employer. The Contractor shall ensure that access to their operations is maintained. Shut-down, re-routing or diversions of existing sewerage, drainage and services shall be subject to notice, and shall be coordinated to minimize disruption to ongoing operations.

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1.6.4 Communication System

The Contractor’s communication system shall not at any time disrupt the communication systems of the Employer, or APIMAN, or any other Contractor, operator, or concessionaire.

1.6.5 Contractor’s Tests on Materials, Plant, and Equipment

The Contractor shall provide the services of competent engineering staff to make all items of Plant and equipment fully operational in a safe and efficient manner. The Contractor shall establish procedures for testing of all Materials, equipment and Plant in accordance with approved/specified standards, and shall produce certificates of such testing within 48 hours of the result becoming available including all test certificates for proprietary Materials, Plant and equipment. All testing procedures and documentation shall be subject to the approval of the Engineer.

Compliance of Materials with these Employer’s Requirements shall be confirmed by sampling and testing in accordance with the relevant standards and prior to their inclusion in the Works. Materials subsequently supplied shall at least equal the conforming sample in all respects. Any samples not conforming or Materials failing to comply with the conforming samples shall immediately be removed from the Site.

The Contractor shall provide and submit samples of Materials to the Engineer and shall retain samples on Site for comparison with Materials used in the Works and remove these samples when no longer required.

Notwithstanding tests specified under the relevant codes and standards and in these Employer’s Requirements, the Contractor shall carry out any further tests required by the Engineer, at his own cost.

The Contractor shall use the facilities of an established approved laboratory in Mexico which would substantially meet the requirements of AASHTO R18 accreditation and by implementing a quality system which satisfies the requirements of ISO/IEC17025 General Requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories. Personnel should meet appropriate Field Inspection qualifications such as Field Test Specialist Technician Grade 1 certified by the American Concrete Institute. All equipment used for Quality Control purposes shall accurately calibrated as attested by a calibration certificate authorized by Entidad Mexicana Acreditación.

1.6.6 Instruction of Employer’s Staff and Nominees

Prior to the issue of each Taking Over Certificate, and until the end of the Contract Period, the Contractor shall provide the services of competent Engineers, who shall instruct the Employer’s staff or others as the Employer may nominate, in the commissioning, operation, servicing and maintenance of the Plant and equipment, including items supplied by Subcontractors. The Contractor shall provide staff training manuals and videos as appropriate.

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1.7 Site, Works, and Program Constraints

1.7.1 Site Area

The Stage 2A development Site is shown on the Construction Drawings. The Contractor shall cooperate fully with the requirements of the Manzanillo Port authorities, and any other bodies who may require access to the Site areas.

The Contractor’s obligations under the Contract for each part or section of the Works and Site shall remain in place for the whole time the Contractor is in possession of that section of the Site.

1.7.2 Movement of Contractors Equipment and Personnel

The Contractor shall be responsible for negotiating with the Employer, APIMAN, or any other organization as appropriate, the use of roads and access to and within the Port for the movement of Materials, Plant, equipment, and personnel.

The Contractor shall also be responsible for negotiating with the Employer, APIMAN, or any other organization as appropriate, for the use of berthing and yards facilities for mooring his vessels and floating Plant, if any.

1.7.3 Protection of Adjacent Sites, Improvements, and Infrastructure

The Contractor shall provide the required protection, to the satisfaction of the responsible authority, to all adjacent sites and infrastructure which may be affected by the execution of the Works, and he shall remove such supports on completion of the Works or implement permanent measures to protect the structures or Works.

Failure to observe the above requirements will result in cessation of works until appropriate measures are installed.

1.7.4 Damage to Existing Areas/Services/Drainage

The Contractor shall be responsible for the repair or reinstatement of any of the existing adjacent areas, services, and drainage damaged as a result of his activities, to the satisfaction of the Engineer and relevant third parties.

1.7.5 Damage to Access Roads and Rail Tracks

The Contractor shall ensure that damage or contamination to any public or private roads, rail tracks, and footpaths used by any vehicles or Plant proceeding to, through or from the Site, shall be kept to a minimum. The Contractor shall be responsible for the cost of all repairs necessary to restore such roads, tracks or footpaths, including clearing debris, to the satisfaction of the Engineer and relevant local authorities.

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1.7.6 Temporary Works Requirements

The Contractor shall, on request, submit to the Engineer for his consent, Temporary Works method statements that provide all details related to the proposed Temporary Works.

The Contractor shall not commence construction on any element of the Temporary Works until the Engineer has given consent to the relevant method statements.

1.7.7 Program and Access Constraints

The following program and access constraints shall be observed by the Contractor at his own cost and risk:

The Contractor shall install and/or relocate appropriate temporary fencing at all boundaries between construction sites, areas external to the site and completed sections to be handed over to the Employer. The temporary fence shall be located within the Contractor's area and shall not encroach into the area being taken over by the Employer, and shall be at least 2.40 m in height, uninterrupted and suitable for operating a bonded container terminal. The fence shall be approved by the Engineer and the Employer before any construction or installation of such fence is undertaken by the Contractor.

The times for completion of the sectional completion areas (SCA), as given in Table F, are based on the Employer being able to take over the completed Works within the number of calendar days indicated in Table F from the Date of Commencement.

The Contractor cannot encroach, occupy, or use any other areas beyond the Stage 2A area boundaries unless it is indicated in the Contract or is approved and specifically notified by the Employer in writing. Such constraint shall not entitle the Contractor to claim in any respect whatsoever any additional costs and/or time or waive any of his responsibilities under the Contract. The Phase 3 area is available to the Contractor for a construction laydown area, temporary facilities and for access to perform soil improvement, as necessary.

The whole of the Phase 3 area is not for exclusive use by the Contractor; coordination with other Contractors will be required. The Engineer and Employer shall be responsible for providing clear direction as to areas that can be stated as exclusive and those that cannot.

Failure to comply with this requirement shall make the Contractor fully liable for the reimbursement of the Employer of all additional lease payments and damages levied on the Employer as a result of the Contractor’s actions.

1.7.8 Sectional Completion/Taking Over

The Works shall be completed in sections. Each section shall be a sectional completion area (SCA), as shown on the Construction Drawings - See Drawing No. 307071-01282-20-GT-DGA-0001. The times for Completion for the SCAs, when all work in that SCA shall be substantially complete as defined below, are given in Table F.

The Contractor shall be required to meet the fixed times for completion defined in the SCAs which are required to allow the Employer to accept delivery of and to commission Employer supplied Plant, equipment and material prior to taking over the completed Works.

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Table F

Sectional Completions

 

Description Areas in Drawing

Time for Completion (Calendar Days from Commencement)

Delay Damages per Calendar Days (Mexican Pesos)

Section

No. 307071-01282-20-GT-DGA-0001

 

Ground Improvement Stage 2B

   

GI2B

Dwg. Areas C4-3

310

days

$20,000

Stage 2B land

 
 

Access Gate In

   

AG

One additional access gate and expansion of main access road

940

days

$50,000

 

Intermodal Yard Extension

   

IY

Dwg. Areas B3, C3-1, C3-2, C4-1 and C4-2

410

days

$50,000

 

Container Stacking Area 1

   

CS1

350

days

$150,000

Dwg. Areas A, B1, C1-1 and C1-2

 
 

Container Stacking Area 2

   

CS2

500

days

$100,000

Dwg. Areas B2, C2-1 and C2-2

 
 

Container Stacking Area 3

   

Dwg. Areas B4, C5-1 and C5-2

CS3

Existing Provisional Yard Stage 2A Initial

940

days

$80,000

Preceded by Sections CS1 and CS2 – No access/possession granted before

 
 

Container Stacking Area 4

   

CS4

Dwg. Areas D1 – North Section 180m long

410

days

$150,000

Stage 3A berth adjacent yard

 
 

OPTIONAL WORKS

   

Container Stacking Area 5

CS5

630

days

$100,000

Dwg. Areas D2 – South Section +180m long

 

Stage 3A optional berth adjacent yard

 

Contractor’s Area

   

CA

Located in Stage 3 Land

970

days

$10,000

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As a principle, the substantial completion and taking over of sections of the Works shall be as indicated in Table F and according to the following sequence:

Commissioning of equipment.

Initial operations.

Full operations.

Handover of Contractor’s areas.

The Employer is permitted to make full operational use of each section taken over, and the Contractor shall ensure that following the commencement of operations, adequate operational access is provided and maintained from the interconnection point with the existing terminal. Completed stacking areas may be taken over in advance of the Sectional Completion date should the Employer so require and the Employer will give notice of his requirements. The takeover sequencing of the sections must be so ordered that the Employer is permitted to make full operational use of each section taken over.

The relevant section of the Works will not be considered to be substantially complete for the purposes of taking over until the following conditions have been met and the section is capable of being brought into continuous full-scale operation by the Employer:

Any outstanding works, defects, or remedial works are such that their completion will not interfere with the full scale continuous operation of the container terminal.

All necessary permits and certificates are available for the Employer’s use and occupation.

Certification by the Engineer that the Works have been constructed in accordance with the Contract, have been submitted to the Employer.

Access between completed sections of the Works are provided to the Employer, his servants, agents, Contractors and customers, and across uncompleted works as necessary such that adequate access exists between any completed sections of the Works.

All fencing, gates, signage, barriers and hoardings, both permanent and temporary, shall be in place and complete. Temporary fences and gates shall be provided along the perimeter of each completed area to physically delineate the Contractor’s areas under construction from the areas handed over to the Employer, and to ensure that areas handed over to the Employer for his operational use are secure. Temporary fencing shall be so positioned that no part of the fence or its supporting structure shall lie within the area being handed over. Where applicable, the Contractor shall relocate temporary fences and gates as the Employer’s areas are enlarged.

Any associated work which falls outside the physical limits of the section, but which is necessary to allow the section to come into full operational use, will be required to be completed without limitation but particularly power/water supplies, area lighting, drainage, etc.

The Contractor has fully commissioned all items of Plant and equipment within the section and provided instruction to the Employer’s staff in the operation, servicing, and maintenance of such Plant and equipment.

The Contractor has issued the operation and maintenance manuals for all items of Plant and equipment within the section.

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Each section of the Works is classified under one of various types of facility, and in addition to the general requirements stated above; the following describes the minimum requirements for substantial completion for each section of these types of facilities:

Section Type GI2B:

All site preparation including all required slope protection to the exposed faces of the prepared areas and interfaces with section boundaries, the edge of drainage channels; and including any ground improvement required to satisfy the specified settlement criteria.

Underground services including electrical and communication, data, CCTV and security system ducting and pits.

Section Types CS (Container Stacking Areas):

Sections CS includes the construction of the container stacking area with RTG runways, truck lanes, and concrete block pavements for the containers, reefer facilities, high-mast lights, pavement markings, and underground services.

Container stacking areas shall be progressed and completed as shown on the Construction Drawings.

Container stacking areas (including traffic circulation areas around and between the stacks) within each section require the completion of the following:

All site preparation including all required slope protection to the exposed faces of the prepared areas and interfaces with section boundaries, the edge of drainage channels; and including any ground improvement required to satisfy the specified settlement criteria.

All pavements, concrete block pavements, RTGC runways, and container yard markings.

All underground services including water distribution and fire protection services such as fire hydrants; storm drainage piping, and chambers (where permanent drainage to outfalls is not completed as part of any section, adequate temporary drainage and outfalls for a 1 in 5-year storm shall be provided); and electrical and communication, data, CCTV and security system ducting and pits.

All permanent area lighting (where permanent lighting is not completed as part of any section, temporary lighting providing a minimum of 10 lux shall be provided).

Unrestricted vehicular, RTGC and container handling equipment access, and use of all roads and RTGC runways and pavements adjacent to the section and necessary for the safe operation of the section.

All facilities for refrigerated containers.

Permanent electricity supplies complete with ducting and cabling to the yard substations, which shall be sufficiently completed and necessary permits obtained from the relevant authorities to enable power to be supplied to the electrical distribution cabinets (where permanent electricity supply is not completed as part of any section, adequate temporary supply with 100% redundancy shall be provided).

Unrestricted access at least 30 days prior to the date for completion, throughout the section for other Contractors engaged by the Employer to undertake CCTV, data and system installations and

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commissioning. The Contractor shall provide in each case 14 days written notice of the time at which this unrestricted access will be available.

Section Type IY (Intermodal Yard):

The Intermodal Yard sections shall be progressed and completed as shown on the Construction Drawings.

Intermodal Yard areas (including traffic circulation areas) within each section require the completion of the following:

All site preparation including all required slope protection to the exposed faces of the prepared areas and interfaces with section boundaries, the edge of drainage channels; and including any ground improvement required to satisfy the specified settlement criteria.

All pavements, RTGC runways, RTGC crossings, and pavement line markings.

All rail tracks within the Intermodal Yard extension including subgrade preparation, ballast, ties, rails clips, end stops, controls, and other appurtenances required for safe operation of the intermodal rail tracks.

All underground services including storm drainage piping, and chambers (where permanent drainage to outfalls is not completed as part of any section, adequate temporary drainage and outfalls for a 1 in 5-year storm shall be provided); and electrical and communication, data, CCTV and security system ducting and pits.

All permanent area lighting to the section (where permanent lighting is not completed as part of any section, temporary lighting providing a minimum of 10 lux shall be provided).

Unrestricted vehicular, RTGC, and container handling equipment access, and use of all roads and RTGC runways and pavements adjacent to the section and necessary for the safe operation of the section.

Unrestricted access at least 30 days prior to the date for completion, throughout the section for other Contractors engaged by the Employer to undertake CCTV, data, system and any other installations and commissioning. The Contractor shall provide in each case 14 days written notice of the time at which this unrestricted access will be available.

Section Type AG - Access Gate:

Section AG includes the expansion of the truck in-gate, which area will include the paving, and structures required for adding one entrance lane. This section requires completion of the following:

All pavement, pavement markings, and curbs.

All underground services including storm drainage; electrical ducting, pits and cabling; communication, data, CCTV and security system ducting and pits; and water distribution and fire protection services.

All permanent area lighting to the section (where permanent lighting is not completed as part of any section, temporary lighting providing a minimum of 10 lux shall be provided).

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All building kiosks including all foundations, structures, doors, windows, louvres, internal and external finishes to roof, building services, and all necessary connections to enable services to be fully operational.

Traffic control barriers for the new entrance lane.

Canopy structure extension including foundations, structure, and lighting.

Unrestricted access at least 30 days prior to the date for completion, throughout the section for other Contractors engaged by the Employer to undertake CCTV, data, system and any other necessary installations and commissioning. The Contractor shall provide in each case 14 days written notice of the time at which this unrestricted access will be available.

Section Types CA (Contractors Area):

The Contractor is required to handover Section CA by the dates shown for these sections. In order to achieve these dates, the Contractor shall make all necessary provisions, at his own cost, for his own Works area. The Employer will not be responsible for providing any additional Works areas necessary to allow the handover of these areas. This area shall be within the Phase 3 yard footprint, with exact location to be determined by the Employer.

The Contractor shall ensure that his activities do not in any way impact upon the container terminal operations. If necessary, the Contractor shall be responsible for all costs associated with traffic control, flagmen, and temporary gates.

1.7.9 Use by the Employer

Access to any part or section of the Works from time to time by vehicles, Plant, or personnel of the Employer or his agents or Contractors, or the movement of RTGCs, QCs or other container handling equipment over the Site from time to time for the purpose of relocation shall not constitute “Use” by the Employer in the meaning of the Conditions of Contract.

1.7.10 Site Cleanliness

The Site shall be kept clean and orderly at all times.

The activities on the Site shall not be permitted to create levels of noise or dust which in the opinion of the Engineer are unreasonable.

On completion, all temporary fences and structures shall be removed, the Site area cleaned, and left to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

Failure to comply with the above requirements will result in the Engineer taking whatever action is deemed necessary to ensure compliance, which shall include back-charging costs to the Contractor.

1.7.11 Abatement of Pollution and Nuisance

The Contractor shall take precautions to minimize nuisance and pollution arising from noise, vibration, light, disposal and reclamation activities, dust (including that from cement and fly-ash), grit, and the like.

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Diesel and petrol engines shall be fitted with efficient silencers which are not necessarily those supplied by the Plant manufacturers, and, if required, Plant shall be screened with acoustic Materials. Compressed air operated road breakers, tools, ventilation equipment, piling equipment and the like shall be effectively muffled, or shall be of a design with acceptably low noise frequency.

The Contractor shall be responsible for ensuring that noise and light levels remain within acceptable limits at all times, which must take account of noise and light levels generated by terminal operations after taking over various sections of the Works.

In the event that the aggregate of noise and light levels generated by the Contractor’s construction and the Employer’s operations exceed the acceptable limits, the Contractor shall be required to reduce such levels arising from his construction to remain within acceptable limits. Under no circumstances whatsoever will the Employer be required to reduce noise and light levels generated from his operations.

The Contractor shall take measures to minimize marine pollution resulting from his activities, particularly in relation to Site clearance, ground improvement, earthworks, filling, and reclamation operations, and in so doing shall comply with all statutory requirements and the requirements of local authorities.

1.7.12 Sanitary Conveniences

Sanitary conveniences for the use of the Contractor’s personnel employed on the Works shall be provided and maintained by the Contractor in conformance with all applicable regulations and to the satisfaction of the Engineer. The Contractor shall make temporary arrangements for the proper discharge or removal of sewage and drainage from or in connection with the Work, and shall maintain the same to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

In addition, the Contractor shall arrange for the collection of rubbish by the provision of suitably located and regularly cleared bins.

1.7.13 Contractors Compound(s)

The size, type, and location of the Contractor’s compound(s) shall be approved by the Engineer; the areas that have been identified as the Contractor’s working area are shown on the Construction Drawings. The Contractor shall be provided access to the Phase 3 area for the purpose of the laydown area. The Contractor’s use of the working area shall be subject to the following:

The compound(s) shall not inconvenience nor impede the Employer’s operations and facilities nor the progress of the Contractor’s work.

The compound(s) shall be fenced off and properly drained.

The compound(s) shall be of a standard approved by the Engineer.

The compound(s) shall be kept clean and orderly at all times.

The compound(s) shall comply will all local statutory and regulatory permits and requirements.

Access over the ecological drain on the Phase 3 area shall be provided by the Contractor.

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Within 14 days of the substantial completion of the whole of the Works, the Contractor shall clear the Contractor’s Working Area, to the satisfaction of the Engineer. Such clearance shall involve:

Removal of all Contractor’s buildings and installations including all associated services, drainage, etc., and all associated foundations, concrete slabs, etc.

Site clearance and removal of all debris.

Removal of all temporary fencing.

Removal of all Materials not required for the Permanent Works, surplus to requirements, or not required by the Employer.

Failure to comply with the above requirements will result in the Engineer taking whatever action is deemed necessary to ensure compliance, which shall include back-charging costs to the Contractor.

1.7.14 Access to Site after Issue of Taking Over Certificates

The Contractor shall liaise with the Employer to pre-arrange access to the Site to carry out defects resolution, monitoring, maintenance, and completion of outstanding work.

1.7.15 Employer’s Store

The Employer will provide an area to which the Contractor shall deliver such items as are required by the Contract to be taken to the Employer’s store.

1.8 Quality Control

The Contractor shall perform the Works in accordance with a Quality Management System (QMS), which is acceptable to the Engineer, and shall undertake and demonstrate continuous improvement of that quality management system.

The quality management system shall cover all aspects of the Contractor’s work under this Contract, including the work of Subcontractors and Suppliers, and shall comply with the requirements of ISO 9001-2015 and the Contractor’s stated quality policy and project quality objectives. The quality management system documentation shall include a quality manual, and a project-specific Project Quality Plan (PQP), as required by ISO 9001, and as further described in the Employer’s Requirements.

The quality manual shall include the Contractor’s quality policy, and shall describe the quality processes and procedures employed by the Contractor and demonstrate their compliance with ISO 9001.

The project-specific PQP shall encompass the requirements of ISO 9001, and include all project-specific quality objectives, work procedures, method statements, inspection and test program, hold points, audit schedule, and all further requirements described in the Employer’s Requirements, as well as those items further identified in this section and Contract Documents.

The Contractor shall, within 28 days after receiving notice under the Conditions of Contract, submit to the Engineer for his consent two controlled copies of the current edition of his quality manual and a first edition of his project specific PQP.

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The Contractor shall not commence any part of the Works until the quality manual and first edition of the project specific PQP have been submitted and consent to their use on the project received from the Engineer.

The Contractor shall review the PQP monthly and revise it when necessary to address changes in the construction process and to maintain as current as new Subcontractors are engaged. The Contractor shall promptly submit the revised project quality plan to the Engineer for his consent.

The Contractor shall review and revise as necessary the quality manual on a quarterly basis and promptly submit any revision to the Engineer for his consent.

If at any time it should appear to the Engineer that the quality control on the Site is in any way compromised, the Contractor shall produce, at the request of the Engineer, a revised project quality plan showing the modifications to such plan necessary to ensure that an acceptable level of quality assurance and control is in place.

The Engineer owes no duty to the Contractor to review a quality manual or project quality plan submitted by the Contractor for errors, omissions, or compliance with this Contract.

The quality manual and/or PQP shall be used as an aid to achieving compliance with the Contract and to monitor and document such compliance. Such acceptance, rejection, instruction, comments, or reviews by the Engineer (or by any Employee, Engineer or Agent of the Engineer or the Employer) in relation to the quality manual or project quality plan prepared by the Contractor will not in any way lessen or otherwise affect:

The Contractor’s obligations or responsibilities under this Contract or otherwise according to any applicable Laws.

The Employer’s rights against the Contractor whether under this Contract or otherwise according to any applicable Laws, or in any way be construed as an instruction or notice by the Engineer to do or refrain from doing anything.

The Contractor shall include a quality report in his monthly progress report containing the following:

Identification of all work in progress.

Details of all action taken on the Quality Management System since the last monthly report including, but not limited to, the following:

Procurement reports.

Audit reports.

Training reports.

Non-conformance reports.

Corrective action requests.

Verification of implementation of corrective action and close-out of corrective action requests.

Register of non-conformances outlining their status.

Minutes of management review meetings.

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A statement that all Works set out in the progress reports delivered in accordance with the Conditions of Contract have been executed in conformance with the requirements of the Quality Management System and the Contract.

The Contractor shall include in such reports (at the appropriate time):

Certification at substantial completion of the Works that the Works have been substantially completed in accordance with the Quality Management System and the Contract.

Certification at the expiry of the last Defects Notification Period that the Works have been completed in accordance with the Quality Management System and the Contract.

The Contractor acknowledges that while the primary responsibility for all verification, validation, inspection, and testing lies with the Contractor (and his Subcontractors and Suppliers), the Engineer is entitled to carry out verification, inspections and tests of the Works, and conduct quality audits to evaluate the Contractor’s performance in complying with his obligations under the Contract. The Engineer intends that the level of surveillance of the Works by the Engineer may involve close inspection at every stage.

The Contractor shall afford the Engineer full cooperation and assistance in carrying out his duties and shall:

Make all necessary arrangements to ensure that the Engineer has access to all facilities (including laboratories), documentation, records and personnel (including those of Subcontractors and Suppliers) that are required by the Engineer for the carrying out of the surveillance and audits referred to in this sub-clause.

Ensure that any relevant employees of the Contractor (and his Subcontractors or Suppliers) are available to discuss details of quality matters with the Engineer during the monitoring and auditing referred to in this sub-clause.

Keep on Site and make available to the Engineer for his use when required, copies of all relevant codes of practice, test methods, and standards referred to in the Employer’s Requirements.

Not withstanding the above, the Contractor project specific PQP include, but not be limited to, the following:

Submittals:

Submit Quality Control Program (PQP) to the Employer for review within seven days following Contract Award. Revise as required and resubmit for review. Do not start Work until PQP is acceptable to the Employer.

The PQP shall contain a comprehensive account of Contractor's QC procedures to be applied throughout the Contract. Include the following:

Organization chart identifying by name the manager of the QC organization.

Plan for development of detailed inspection and test procedures. Procedures to be in accordance with all relevant codes, laws, ordinances, and the Specifications and referenced standards. Procedures to detail where and how various material samples will be taken such that they will be representative of materials actually used in the Work.

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List of all applicable tests and inspections Contractor will perform and the frequency at which they will be performed.

Procedures to be used to report deficiencies and then to either remove each deficient item or correct it.

Procedures to show how submittals from Suppliers, Subcontractors, and other parties will be reviewed for compliance with the Contract Documents prior to Contractor’s submittal to the Engineer.

Procedure to show how materials will be received and inspected for compliance with Contract Documents. Also, how material will be stored and inspected on an ongoing basis, to assure compliance with Contract requirements.

Procedures to show how installed materials will be checked to assure continuous conformance to the reviewed submittals.

Submit a list of Suppliers and Subcontractors. List to include items to be supplied, item numbers, Specifications, inspection and test requirements, performance data, anticipated inspection test dates, and other pertinent information as appropriate. Submit list to the Employer 10 days prior to the performance of required inspections and tests.

Documentation:

Make copies of all QC documents available at locations where they are to be used.

Prepare, identify, and maintain all records and documents which are quality related and make them available to the Engineer and the Employer upon request. Protect records from damage, deterioration, or loss. Retain all quality records for at least three years after Total Performance of the Work.

Inspection and Tests:

Ensure conformance of the Work to the requirements of the Drawings and Specifications, to the referenced codes and standards, and to the reviewed submittals.

Employ the services of an independent qualified testing agency for the sampling and testing of materials. Obtain written acceptance from Engineer of the independent laboratory prior to any permanent Work being installed.

All inspections shall be carried out by Contractor's QC personnel, not production personnel. The characteristics to be inspected or tested and the methods to be employed shall be as specified or as set out in the PQP. The Engineer and the independent agency will determine locations of tests.

Bear all costs for inspections and tests conducted by Contractor, independent laboratory, and parties other than Engineer or Employer.

Document and submit inspection/test results to Engineer not later than 12 hours after completion of inspection/tests and prior to incorporation of the item(s) into the Work unless the test or inspection must be done after installation. In this case, submit inspection and test results within 12 hours of the inspection or test.

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Inspection and tests conducted by persons or agencies other than Contractor will not in any way relieve Contractor of its responsibility and obligation to meet all Specifications and the referenced standards.

Engineer and/or Employer may inspect, at its source, any special materials or assembly to be used in the Work. Manufacturing plants may be inspected from time to time for the purpose of determining compliance with specified manufacturing methods or materials to be used in the Work and to obtain samples for testing and further inspection:

Should the Engineer or Employer conduct plant inspections, the following conditions will apply:

Engineer or Employer to have the cooperation and assistance of Contractor and the Supplier with whom Contractor has contracted for materials.

Engineer or Employer to have full access, during scheduled production or warehousing working hours, to such parts of the plant that are concerned with the manufacture, production, storage, or shipping of materials being furnished.

The Employer or the Engineer may retest any materials which have been tested and accepted at the source of supply after they have been delivered to the Place of the Work.

Records (reports) of inspection and test activities are quality records. Maintain them in a manner that provides integrity of item identification, acceptability, and traceability.

Control of Measuring and Test Equipment:

Select measuring and test equipment in such a manner as to provide proper type, range, accuracy, calibration, and tolerance for determining compliance with specified requirements.

Supply devices required to facilitate Engineer’s or Employer’s inspection of Work.

Inspection, Test, and Operating Status:

Maintain, at the Place of the Work and at Contractor's head office, records to show the inspection status of materials, items, and installation, in order to ensure that the required inspections and tests have been performed in a timely and correct manner.

Testing and Inspection:

Unless specified otherwise in individual sections, all testing and inspection shall be carried out by qualified independent testing and inspection agencies approved by the Engineer.

Inspection and Testing by the Engineer:

Give timely notice requesting inspection if Work is designated by the Specification or by law for special tests, inspections, or approvals by the Engineer or governing authority.

The Engineer may order any part of the Work to be examined if such Work is suspected to be not in accordance with the Specifications. If, upon examination such Work is found not in accordance with the Specifications, correct such Work and pay the cost of examination and correction.

Inspection and testing by the Engineer or the appointed inspector shall not relax the Contractor's responsibility to execute the Work in accordance with the Specifications.

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If defects are revealed during inspection and/or testing, the Engineer or the appointed inspector may perform additional inspection and/or testing to ascertain the full degree of the defect. Correct defects and irregularities as directed by the Engineer at no cost to the Employer. Pay costs for retesting and re-inspection.

Rejected Work:

Remove defective Work, whether the result of poor workmanship, use of defective Products, or damage, and whether incorporated in the Work or not, which has been rejected by the Engineer as failing to conform to the Specifications. Replace or re-execute in accordance with the Specifications.

Reports:

Submit inspection and test reports promptly to the Engineer.

Submit material test certificates as may be requested or as required in individual Specifications.

Geotechnical Monitoring:

All survey work included in geotechnical monitoring must be by qualified surveyor.

Provide all measurements related to geotechnical monitoring on a daily basis.

Provide the raw data as well as data summaries in the form of tabulated data, summary graphs (measurement versus time, depth and surcharge height), and AutoCAD drawings in a format to be agreed with the Engineer.

1.9 Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan

1.9.1 Design

The Engineer shall, during the design process, consider the hazards and risks that may arise during construction, operation, and maintenance of the container terminal, and design accordingly to avoid risks to health and safety as far as is reasonably practicable. If avoidance of risk is not possible, the Engineer and Employer shall reduce the risks at source.

The Contractor shall, during the development of their construction methodology and during the course of the works, consider the hazards and risks that may arise, and modify and plan their construction methods to avoid risks to health and safety as far as reasonable practicable. If avoidance of risk is not possible, the Contractor shall reduce the risks at source.

1.9.2 Site Safety

The Contractor and its Subcontractors shall attend monthly Site Safety Meetings. The meetings will be chaired by the Engineer or his designate. The Contractor and all Subcontractors shall be represented at senior management level and by their nominated Site Safety Officers.

The Contractor and its Subcontractors shall attend Site Safety Meetings chaired by the Engineer.

The Contractor and its Subcontractors shall hold daily “tool box” Site Safety Meetings for each area of the project. The meetings will be chaired by the Contractor’s Safety Manager or Area Construction Manager.

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All personnel, upon arrival at the Site for the first time, will be required to go through the Site Safety Orientation program prior to commencing work administered by the Contractor.

The Contractor shall ensure that emergency services including medical equipment are available for the duration of construction.

1.9.3 Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan

The Contractor shall, within 28 days after award of the Contract and prior to the Commencement of Work, submit to the Engineer for his approval a detailed occupational health, safety, and rehabilitation plan (“Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan”) complete with appended operational procedures.

The plan shall be in accordance with the current occupational health, safety, and rehabilitation management system regulations of the authorities having jurisdiction and Employer’s health and safety standards, guidelines in place in Mexico, and the requirements as may be set out in the Contract, whichever is the more stringent.

The Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan shall be included as part of the quality assurance system.

The Contractor shall promptly update the Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan to take into account generally accepted occupational, health, safety, and rehabilitation practices, the effectiveness of the existing Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan and any changes in any applicable Laws or the enactment of any new applicable Laws which affect or may affect the Contractor carrying out the Works.

The Contractor shall not commence any part of the Works until the Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan has been accepted by the Engineer. If at any time the Engineer believes the Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan, or protection and care being taken by the Contractor as required by the Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan, to be inadequate, he shall inform the Contractor in writing, and the Contractor shall not continue with any part of the Works which the Engineer considers affected by the inadequacy.

The Contractor shall develop and conduct Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation project orientations to familiarize all project personnel with the Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation standards, requirements, and their responsibilities on the project. No personnel will be allowed to work on the Site without being orientated.

If at any time it should appear to the Engineer that occupational health and safety of persons on the Site is in any way compromised, the Contractor shall produce, at the request of the Engineer, a revised Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan showing the modifications to such plan necessary to ensure that an appropriate level of occupational health and safety is restored.

The Contractor shall report in writing to the Engineer and to the local police or the local labour inspector or applicable Authority appropriate details of any accident involving injury to any persons occurring on the Site as soon as possible after its occurrence.

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Compliance with the Occupational Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan is an essential deliverable and any infractions or omissions will require correction to the satisfaction of the Engineer prior to release of any outstanding progress payments to the Contractor.

1.9.4 Training

The Contractor shall ensure that all personnel employed on or about the Works receive appropriate training relative to their tasks, including certification where applicable, such that they understand the risks involved in the Works being undertaken, the safe use of tools and equipment, and the protection of all personnel on Site.

1.9.5 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

The Contractor shall be aware of the following standard requirements for the wearing of PPE, without exception:

Site wide use of hard hat, reflective vest, safety boots, and safety goggles as a minimum are to be worn by all personnel on the Site with the exception of offices.

Personal floatation devices when working over, on, or near water, the criteria of which will be defined in the health and safety plan and procedures.

Hearing protection as appropriate.

Specific PPE applicable to specialty work such as hot work, confined spaces, working at heights and working with hazardous materials.

1.9.6 Precedence

Where a conflict arises between a project health and safety plan and/or procedures and local, national, or international regulations, the more stringent shall apply.

1.10 Contract Planning and Progress Control

1.10.1 Program

The Contractor shall submit a detailed logic driven critical path time program to the Engineer within 14 days after receiving the notice under the Conditions of Contract. The Contractor shall also submit a revised program whenever the previous program is inconsistent with actual progress or with the Contractors obligations. Each program shall include, in a format and degree of detail as approved by the Engineer:

The order in which the Contractor intends to carry out the Works, including the anticipated timing of each section or part of the Works, stage of design, Contractor’s documents, procurement, manufacture, inspection, delivery to Site of Goods, Plant and Materials, construction, erection, testing, commissioning and trial operation, all in sufficient detail to allow for execution management, control and reporting, to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

The partial early handover of sections or part of the Works under the Conditions of Contract and as specified in the Employer’s Requirements.

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The periods for reviews under the Conditions of Contract and for any other submissions, approvals, and consents specified in the Employer’s Requirements.

The sequence and timing of inspections and tests specified in the Contract.

A supporting report which includes:

A detailed description of the methods which the Contractor intends to adopt, and of the major stages, in the execution of the Works.

Details showing the Contractor’s reasonable estimate of the number of each class of Contractor’s personnel and of each type of Contractor’s equipment, required on the Site for each major stage.

An updated estimated monthly cash flow.

Each of the stages for work in bullet 5 above by each nominated Subcontractor (as defined in the Conditions of Contract).

Unless the Engineer, within 21 days after receiving a program, gives notice to the Contractor stating the extent to which it does not comply with the Contract, the Contractor shall proceed in accordance with the program, subject to his other obligations under the Contract. The Employer’s personnel and Third-Party Contractors shall be entitled to rely upon the program when planning their activities.

The Contractor shall within five days of becoming aware, give notice to the Engineer, of specific probable future events or circumstances which may adversely affect the Work, increase the Contract Price, or delay the execution of the Works. The Engineer may require the Contractor to submit an estimate of the anticipated effect of the future event or circumstances, and/or a proposal in the Conditions of Contract. The submission of such estimate does not in any way whatsoever entitle the Contractor to claim for any extension of time or additional costs.

If, at any time, the Engineer gives notice to the Contractor that a program fails (to the extent stated) to comply with the Contract or to be consistent with actual progress and the Contractor’s stated intentions, the Contractor shall submit a revised program to the Engineer in accordance with this sub-clause.

At any time, the Contractor submits a revised program, and at any time required by the Engineer, he shall also submit a revised estimated monthly cash flow, Environmental Management Plan, Waterway and Road Traffic Management Plan, Occupation, Health, Safety, and Rehabilitation Plan, and Project Execution Plan.

1.10.2

Progress

Progress against the program shall be updated by the Contractor at monthly intervals so that the progress of the Works can be adequately scrutinized by the Engineer. The program shall show comparisons of actual and planned progress including measured quantities of goods installed or removed from Site, with details of any events or circumstances which may jeopardize the completion in accordance with the Contract, and the measures being (or to be) adopted to overcome delays. Trend graphs are to be included for the engineering, major areas, and total works with a trended completion date for each.

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In addition to the above, if any activity (or activities) is delayed, the Contractor shall submit within seven days

of being notified by the Engineer, all pertinent details of how the Contractor intends to mitigate and overcome the delayed works along with its corresponding implementation. Details shall include, but not limited to, resource allocation, working hour adjustments, additional plant, and equipment. The program shall indicate the following:

The program shall indicate the following:

Planned activities of the subsequent month.

An updated critical path programme with a projected completion date.

All reports from the Contractor shall be provided in electronic format as well as hard copy. Electronic versions shall use MS Word, Excel, MS Project and the like as approved by the Engineer.

The Contractor shall attend progress and other meetings on Site as requested by the Engineer.

In addition to the requirements of Progress Reports and Meetings of the Conditions of Contract, the

Contractor shall supply weekly, in a form agreed with the Engineer, a list summarizing the tasks and work he proposes to carry out in the coming week together with the list from the previous week showing the actual work and tasks completed that week. The report for the previous week shall include daily records of rainfall, temperature, and other weather conditions, water levels, and the week’s daily returns showing in detail by trades the staff, the number of personnel and plant employed and compared with planned, the work on which they are engaged, the plant on Site, the hours worked, measured quantities of Goods installed or removed from Site, planned activities for the subsequent week, and any other particulars in relation thereto that the Engineer may additionally require.

Any failure by the Contractor to comply with this sub-clause shall, without prejudice to any other remedies and/or provisions of the Contract, be taken into account by the Engineer in any assessment of the Contractor’s entitlement to an extension of the Time for Completion and/or any additional payment.

1.10.3 Project Execution Plan

A Project Execution Plan (PEP), with supporting management plans and procedures, to a level of detail to

enable adequate planning of the project and as approved by the Engineer, shall be submitted. The Contractor

shall submit to the Engineer for approval within 21 days after the Commencement Date.

The PEP will define the methods and project management elements that will be used to manage the execution

of the project. It consists of a comprehensive written description of the execution philosophy together with

strategy, organization, methodology, work processes, systems, decisions, key milestones and constraints that the Project Manager will use to implement the project.

The PEP provides the policy guidelines, performance basis, and governance framework for all who work on the project. It also describes the assumptions and basis for the cost, time, and quality performance plans. This ensures alignment and consistency of purpose and effort throughout the project team. It provides auditable baseline criteria for third party reviewers, as well as assurance and confidence for the Employer, Project Sponsor, and Steering Committee as applicable.

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The PEP is a dynamic document which should be maintained under revision control and updated whenever any significant changes to the execution plan occur as the project circumstances evolve and change.

The PEP will contain in sufficient detail but at least the following:

Project Management

Safety Management