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ENGINEERING

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
C & F Engineering Sdn Bhd

Introduction
C & F Engineering is a private company established under the law of Negara Brunei Darussalam since 2000.
We are the Negara Brunei Darussalam formed the contractor with JKR (Jabatan Kerja Raya) standard trenchless
technologies including the provision of auger boring, horizontal directional drilling, underground utility installations,
electricity equipment’s installation and low voltage and high voltage power cable installation.
Our primary aim is to reduce the environmental impact of its client’s infrastructure. Trenchless technology provide as
solution that reduces the environmental risks associated with open excavation. C & F Engineering does however
recognize that its activities still have the potential to cause harm.
C & F Engineering will act at all time to prevent pollution, use resource efficiently, and to limit the impact of our
operations upon other. C & F Engineering shall comply with legal requirements and other requirements applicable to its
activities. C & F Engineering are committed to continual improvement and aim to exceed its own and its client’s
expectations.
For more detail, clients should contact C & F Engineering to determine if their requirements can be meet.

Capabilities
With the purchase of Vermeer’s D33X44 directional drill machine, C & F Engineering capable of installing conduits,
ducts and piping by horizontal directional drill raging 50 mm to 600 mm in diameter with distances typical up to 200
meters in one pull. Longer distances and large diameters can be achieved but need to be considered on a case by case
basis. The purpose of this document is to provide guidance on how the HDD is likely to be undertaken until such time as
a specialist contractor is contacted, the contents of this report should be treated as Provisional because there are
several options that could be employed depending on the type and size of the drilling machine used and the preference
of the contractor for other issues.

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Technical Detail

Engine type : Cummins 125/93KW


Weight : 9299Kg
Height : 2,11M
Wide : 2,08M
Length : 6,91M
Pullback : 14969Kg Torque : 189Lpm
Drill Rot : 10Ft
Torque : 5957Nm

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METHODE AND STATEMENT

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Method and Statement for Horizontal Directional Drilling

Each horizontal directional drilling, job site has its own unique characteristics, depending on the soil/the surface
condition to be drill. The following method statement is intended to indicate the typical activities at a job site. For a
particular job or crossing, prospective clients should contact C & F Engineering and required method statement for
their requirements.
The schedule of horizontal directional drilling activities can normally be broken down into the following parts:

1. Site survey and bore planning


2. Preparation of the site
3. Drilling
4. Site cleanup

1. Site Survey and Bore Planning


A survey team will map out the bore patches. Their function is to provide an accurate plan and elevation of the area
that the pipeline will go through. The survey team will also locate, identify and mark any buried services that run
close to the part of the bore. With the data provide by the surveyors, the
locator operator or drilling manager will make a bore plan and profile
using Atlas bore planning computer software.
The bore plan will establish the entrance and exit angles and the
radius of the pipe curvature, to achieve the deep and length of the
drill. The bore plan also will show any utilities that were found by the
survey team and will allow for the necessary deviation of the pipeline
to avoid contact with the utility. When the bore plan is completed it
will be presented to the client or his representative for approval. Upon approval of the bore plan the HDD operations
proceed.

Identification of Any Buried Services


In the trenchless world, taking a step onto any jobsite comes with certain risks. With so many active and abandoned
utilities, there are potential disasters on any jobsite. Avoiding these utilities is often a difficult and frustrating task.
But how can you make sense of it all?
Use of GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) for utility locating has been growing in popularity in recent years as the
technology improves and becomes easier to use, and more people become aware of its benefits and capabilities is
special for Horizontal Directional drilling contractor before executes of job. Granted, GPR is not the solution to every
locator’s problem and it does have limitations depending on certain soil conditions. However, it does help where
other technologies don’t suffice, so it is best to do some research and find out what it can do for you.
Typically, three components make up a GPR system: the control unit, the GPR antenna and the survey wheel to
measure distance. GPR is looking for any point where the electromagnetic properties of the materials change. As
the operator walks over an area, the GPR system sends low-power radar waves into the subsurface from the
antenna. The control unit then records the strength and time required for the return of reflected signals. Subsurface
variations like pipes (metallic and non-metallic), wire, tanks and voids will cause significant reflections. These
reflections appear on the screen in real-time, allowing the operator to identify both horizontal and depth positioning
of buried utilities.

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Before Cutting Coring or Drilling
GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) is a quick, easy and safe way to locate buried obstructions in
concrete structures before they become hazards.

Learn how we can find potential obstacles and dangers of all kinds for increased accuracy,
safety and peace of mind.

1 2

Roadway
7m

Water Surface
Receiving
Starting Utility Surface
Point
Point

Pilot Hole

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1. Preparation of Site

An all-weather access to the entrance and exit sites for the HDD operation must be constructed and a level hard
standing area for the drill equipment prepared at each of these sites as follow:

2.1. Exit or rig side.

A rectangular area has to be prepared that is approximately 10 meters long by approximately 5 meters wide.
Access to the entrance should be an all-weather road capable of withstanding heavy loaded transporters. The
hard stand should be either clay filling with a cover of late rite, wooden mats or steel plates.
The clean water (salt water is not allow) requirements should be met by either a reliable pumped supply or by
water trucks. If it is determined that the water supply is not sufficient to meet the need of a crossing, water
storage tank will be use store enough water to meet the requirement.
Pits will be excavated at the pipeline exit and entry points. The pits are to contain the borehole slurry. The must
be of sufficient capacity to accommodate the use slurry/cuttings mixture. Further disposal of the use Bentonite
during the operation must be possible using other means and should be arranged for together with the client.

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2.2. Entrance side.

The hard stand should be constructed in a similar manner to the exit. A similar access, as constructed for the
exit should be provided. A Slurry pit will be constructed to collect any Bentonite/slurry discharged from the drill
hole.

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2. HDD Drilling Operation

The survey team will place stake at the pipeline exit and entry points. The directional drilling unite is placed at the
exit where the drill will enter at exactly the correct location. The drill unit is then elevated at the rear so that the
entrance angle conforms to the drill profile drawing. The rig is the anchored in position. If necessary a 20 tons
excavator will also be used as an anchor for the drill rig. The drill operation begins by drilling a pilot hole using drill
bit, the drill head and the pressure injection of drill fluid. The drilling is carried out continuously in interval of 3.5
meters, equivalent to one length of drill pipe. Location of drill bit is monitored using the DCI locating system. An
electronic Transmitter in the drill head will sends information to the locator operator’s receiver. As each drill rod is
drilled in to the ground the locator operator take a reading from his equipment and inform the drill operator of the

location, pitch and roll the drill head. From this information the operator know the location of the drill head at all
times. The operator uses the information to maintain the preplanned path of the bore. The accuracy of the drilling is
verified by comparing the coordinates of the actual location of the drill bit against the plane drill profile. If these a
major difference between the actual and planned location of the drill bit, the operator is able to correct the actual
profile by pulling back to a correct position of the planned profile and begin re-drilling. Once the drill bit exits the
other end of the drill hole, the drill head is removed and a Reamer is attached to the drill string.

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Depending of the diameter of the pipe to be installed, several reaming with progressively large diameter reamers
may be necessary (i.e. with a 24 inch diameter pipe, the firs reaming could be with an 16 inch reamer, the second
reaming with a 24 inch reamer and the third reaming with a 32 inch reamer). During the reamer process, drilling fluid
is pumped under pressure thought the drill string to the reamer.
As the drill rig pulls the reamer back, drill pipe is attached continuously behind the reamer for the subsequent
reaming and pipe pulling operations.
When the bore hole has been reamed out to the correct diameter the back reamer is sent back down the bore one
and two more times to ensure that the hole is clear of any large object and that the slurry in the hole is well mixed.
This prepares the hole for the pipe to be pulled in. Once the driller is satisfied that the hole is clear and ready for the

pipe, the pull head is connected to the drill string via Swivel. The swivel prevents the client’s pipe from rotation
during the pullback.

Prior the pullback, the client’s pipe, which has had a pull head welded on to it, has be prepared and hydrostatically
tested by the client in a single length. The length being equivalent to or greater that the length of the drilled hole.
The client’s pipe is the pulled back toward the exit area by the drill rig.

3. Leaving the Site


The site will be left clean and tidy and basically in a similar condition as it was prior to drilling commencing.
For additional information, comments, or questions, please contact C & F Engineering Sdn Bhd.

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EXCECUTION
Of HORIZONTAL DIRECTIONAL WORK

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The Horizontal Directional Drilling Technology is a modern and innovative technology of pipe and cable lying, which
replaces the brutality of open cut trenches with gentle drilling through injection. It uses the principle of high pressure
injection of drilling suspensions, combined with the mechanical rotation of drilling tools.

The Steel pipe installing accuracy by HDD is provided by the permanent electromagnetic location of the drill head.
Trench less directional drilling with P.D.E. Technology is the ideal procedure for areas with certain specific features:
 Areas where open cut trenches are difficult and expensive (railways, highways, roads, water courses, clay
sand, other existing installations, runways etc.).
 Heavily urbanized areas (buildings and underground installations, crossings etc.).
 Areas which impose the protection of environment (protected parks, reservations, archaeological sites etc.)

Execution of HDD Works:

 PILOT DRILL
From the start pit, the remotely controlled drill head is advancing underground. The high pressure drilling
suspension from the rotating drill head does accomplish the pilot hole. This suspension (Water, Bentonite and
/or special additives) is dislocating the soil, larger spoils being pressed against the tunnel wall and finer particles
being transported along the tunnel with the drilling fluid to the start pit. (Pilot will maintain required depth from
the lowest invert of the last pipe).

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 REAMING
After the drill head reaches accurate the target pit, the adequate reamer for the job will be attached. Rotating
the reamer through the pilot hole, it will widen it, to enable the simultaneous of the product.

1. Ripper Reamer
HDD back reamers designed for high mixing and pumping action in sticky clay ground
conditions. Carbide cutters are precisely placed to provide smooth even
cutting action.
 Ballistic Carbide Cutters for superior cutting in
hard condition
 Ideal for sticky & hard pack clay conditions
 Angled blades for superior mixing.

2. Fluted Reamer
Vermeer fluted reamers include robotically applied carbide mesh grit hard
facing to add longevity. And they’re available with rotary or Shark Teeth to
create an aggressive cutting action. Ideal for rugged ground
conditions ranging from hard pan and soft rock to cobble.

3. Helical Plus Reamer


This Vermeer-original design helps you tame sandy loam and clay.
The secret to its success is a helical bar design with Shark Teeth
tooling and rear-facing paddle. It all adds up to efficient
cutting and mixing action.

REAME
RR

C&F

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 LAYING THE PRODUCT

The product (Steel pipe or HDPE or others) is attached directly behind the reamer. The drilling suspension
enables the installation to be carried out smoothly and without damaging the product. This drilling suspension
acts as a lubricant and is reducing friction in the tunnel.

 SENSOR TEHNIQUE
The three-dimensional localization of the drill head is based on electromagnetic wave emission from a
transmitter mounted in the drill tool. A data receiver (with a data screen) above the ground is receiving the
signals send by the transmitter. So the
precise position of the drill head can be
located.

PITCH Point

DRILL HEAD ROTATION

DEEP Point

Distance Point

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LOCATOR

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F2 DigiTrak HDD Locator.
The DigiTrak® F2™ delivers the most popular features of the Eclipse® locator with enhanced sensitivity and greater
ease of operation. Discover the next generation ball-in-box locator. The revolution continues.
The DigiTrak F2 incorporates DCI’s patented 3-D antenna and “target-in-the-box” locating with a new depth screen
display for exceptional accuracy and clarity. The 2 dimensional bird’s eye perspective is viewed on the same screen as
the depth view. This means for the first time with a HDD locating device you can actually view the drill head location in 3
dimensions in real-time.

The data di splay screen is streamlined to provide transmitter roll, pitch, signal strength and temperature in a single
column view. The locating display is free from clutter.

TRANSMITTER

Its picture-driven menu structure removes language as a barrier to using the system anywhere in the world. The menu
and screen views are easily navigated with a single switch/trigger interface.
The real-time, bird’s-eye view provides operators with critical on-the-fly steering ability and directly contributes to on-the-
job productivity and moneysaving opportunities.

The complete system includes a handheld receiver, F Series display, and battery charger rechargeable lithium-ion
batteries to power the receiver and remote display, DC power cable as an option to power the remote display from the
drill rig, and carry case.

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Possibility of DigiTrak® F2™ Locator :

1. The new DigiTrak® F2™ is the world’s first 3-dimensional field view directional locating system with a
single button user interface and graphically driven menu.
1. Operates at depths up to 85 feet (25.9 meters) with 0.1% sensitive pitch.
2. An active display enables DCI’s exclusive look-ahead capability with target-in-the-box® locating for Intuitive
transmitter tracking.
3. An enhanced Target Steering function on the menu allows the operator to place the receiver in front of the
drill head, along the bore path, using a target on the remote display to steer.
4. A unique 3-D antenna configuration provides exceptional accuracy.
5. A 4-channel radio enables multiple F2 locators to be in the same vicinity and work up to distances of 1,800 feet
plus, making it suitable for maxi rigs.

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F5 DigiTrak HDD Locator.

Increasingly sophisticated technology to make the company C & F engineering decided to shift even more advanced
technology in the equip and facilitate in determining a point in every step of Horizontal Directional Drilling.

F5® LWD™ DataLog® Mapping System

The DigiTrak® LWD™ (Log-While-Drilling) DataLog® System allows you to collect and store drill data electronically.
The data is recorded using an F5® receiver and then it is uploaded to a computer for analysis, printing, saving, and e-
mailing. The following types of data can be measured and recorded with the LWD™ DataLog® system:

 Depth
 Pitch
 Elevation change (surface topography)
 Fluid pressure, when using an F5® fluid pressure transmitter
 Pullback force and mud pressure, when using a DigiTrak® TensiTrak® transmitter
 Transmitter heading information, when using a DigiTrak® SST® (steering) transmitter
 System Components include the following:

F5® Receiver – A locater or receiver with DataLog® menus used to display and record transmitter data; the data is then
uploaded from the receiver to a computer.

F5®–compatible Transmitter – A battery- or cable-powered device located in the drill head with sensors that
continuously measure and transmit information about the below-ground drill head or product pull-force that the above-
ground receiver detects and displays.

LWD™ Software – The computer application used for uploading data from the receiver to a computer and for working
with the uploaded data in the computer.

Upload Adapter – A USB device required for the computer to communicate with the F5® Receiver to upload data.
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F5® Fluid Pressure Transmitter (FPT)

The DigiTrak® F5® Fluid Pressure Transmitter (FPT) is designed to provide instantaneous readings of the annular
drilling fluid pressure around the drill head during a pilot hole. The FPT incorporates all the functions of the F5 ® dual-
frequency transmitters and in addition is fitted with fluid pressure sensors. Although the mechanical design of the
transmitter and its electronics is new, its dimensions are the same as the standard DigiTrak ® transmitters. The only
requirement for using the FPTs is that there must be a fluid path from the annulus around the housing to the four fluid
pressure sensor ports located at the front of the FPT.
Advantages of the FPT include the following:
 Real-time downhole mud pressure is continuously displayed at the receiver and on the remote display at the
drill.
 Knowledge of downhole drilling fluid pressure can assist in preventing inadvertent returns and or damage to
surrounding structures.
 Changes in the fluid pressure can indicate formation changes that may require modifications to the drilling fluid.
 Fluid pressure data can be monitored and saved on the F5 ® receiver and uploaded via Bluetooth to a PC for
later analysis and reporting.

Part Numbers F5Dp 19/12 and F5Dp 12/1.3

Depth Range 65 ft (19.8 m)

Frequencies F5Dp 19/12: 19.2 or 12 kHz and F5Dp 12/1.3: 12 or 1.3 kHz

Battery Type 2 C-cell alkaline (20 hr awake; 200 hr sleep) or 1 SuperCell™ (70 hr awake; 400 hr sleep) or
2 SAFT LSH14 (40 hr awake; 400 hr sleep)

Maximum Temperature 220°F (104°C)

Length x Diameter 15 in. x 1.25 in. (38.1 cm x 3.175 cm)

Weight 1.65 lb (748 g)

Pressure Range 0–250 psi (0–1725 kPa)

Pitch Sensitivity 0.1%

Roll Data 24-position clock

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F5® SST® Advanced HDD Guidance System

The DigiTrak® F5® SST® advanced HDD wire line guidance system is easy to use, delivering quick and accurate
steering data. The system eliminates the need for a DC wire grid and its lengthy setup time. Due to the small size of the

SST® transmitter, tight turning radii can be achieved.

The SST® system monitors the tool’s compass heading (azimuth) in degrees and provides the operator with a lateral
deviation (in degrees) from the intended path for quick steering corrections.
With the F5® receiver and remote display, the operator can view real-time position and depth data. A laptop computer
also graphically displays the tool’s progress in real time. It shows both a profile view of the bore and a bird’s-eye view of
the lateral deviation.

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CROSS COMPLETED

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VERMEER D33x44 NAVIGATOR
No Client Location Date Completed Services Bundle Length (M)
1. Berakas Power Management Company Hospital RIPAS-Bandar Seribegawan 29 October 2009 Electrical 4×160.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 65
2. Komplek Sukan Hassanal Bolkiah, Berakas 03 November 2009 4×160.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 45
3. Islamic Centre, Jl. Stadium Berakas 7 November 2009 4×160.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 45
4. Traffic light Jl. Mabuhai 13 November 2009 4×160.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 86
5. HSE Sungai Liang Industry Spark. 16 November 2009 Electrical 2×160.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 33
6. DHJ - SWEE Jl. Tutong – New Istana 25 November 2009 Electrical 4×160.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 46
7. LSL Temburong, ULU-ULU 10 January 2010 Electrical 3×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 150
8. Temburong. Kg. Batang Duri 17 February 2010 3×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 50
9. Department Electrical Services Brunei Suangai Akar Highway 7 April 2010 Electrical 1×160.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 35
10. Primetek Kesenian 11Kv S/S, Kg. Burung Pingai 6 July 2010 Electrical 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
11. Jl. Bunga gadong, Kg. Burung Pingai 8 July 2010 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 21
12. Jl. Bunga Kuning, Kg. Burung Pingai 9 July 2010 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
13. Jl. Seri Gading, Kg. Burung Pingai 10 July 2010 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 29
14. Jl. Bunga Gadong2, Kg. Burung Pingai 11 July 2010 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 26
15. Kementrian Pembangunan Driveway1 17 July 2010 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 60
16. Kementrian Pembangunan Driveway2 19 July 2010 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 32
17. Dewan Bahasa Dan Pustaka Old Airport 21 July 2010 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
18. Roundabout VSL Old Airport 22 July 2010 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 50
19. JKR Old Airport 26 July 2010 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 38
20. SPAD Tungku Link Highway 29 July 2010 Electrical 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
21. Department Electrical Services Brunei Jl. Muara, Kg. Sungai Buluh 26 August 2010 Electrical 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 22
22. Jl. Muara Mile 12, JKR Driveway 31 August 2010 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 15
23. DHJ Muara-Tutong Highway, Kg. Meragang 25 October 2010 Telecom 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 32
24. Rimba School 7 November 2010 Electrical 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 22
25. Galfar Pembinaan/Bina Mega Rimba School 8 November 2010 Water Line 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 22
26. Department Electrical Services Brunei Jl. Pulaie 9 December 2010 Electrical 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
27. JKR Old Airport1 6 January 2011 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
28. JKR Old Airport2 7 January 2011 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 37
29. Jl. Muara, Kg. Sungai Hanching 12 January 2011 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
30. Jl. Berakas, Kg. Serusop 1 March 2011 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 34
31. Jl. Telisai, Kg. Sungai Liang1 30 March 2011 3×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 37
32. Jl. Telisai, Kg. Sungai Liang2 25 March 2011 3×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 46
33. DHJ SLI-Sungai Liang Industry Spark 30 March 2011 Electrical 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 38
34. Wee Ta Sungai Tujuh 2 May 2011 Water line 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 16
35. HSE Yayasan School 7 May 2011 Electrical 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 12
36. Wee Ta Yayasan School 12 May 2011 Water Line 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 28
37. Department Electrical Services Brunei Pusat Kesehatan Kg. Lamunin 20 May 2011 Electrical 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
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38. Jl. Kumbang Pasang 25 July 2011 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 33
39. Berakas Power Management Company Jl. Stadium SS #1 28 July 2011 Electrical 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 28
40. Orchid Garden Hotel 4 August 2011 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 66
41. Jl. Anggrek Desa, Spg.32-3 12 August 2011 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
42. Jl. Anggrek Desa, Spg.32-15 13 August 2011 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
43. Anggrek Desa Cross River 15 August 2011 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 110
44. Department Electrical Services Brunei Traffic Light Kg. Perpindahan Lambak Kanan 6 November 2011 Electrical 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 95
45. Sunlit Advertising Jl. Kota Batu, Kg. Sungai Besar 25 December 2011 Electrical 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 15
46. PTD-DES 66Kv Muara 30 December 2011 Electrical 8×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 102
47. HSE Muara-Tutong Highway, Kg. Meragang 26 January 2012 Electrical 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 60
48. Department Electrical Services Brunei JL. Berkas, Kg. Lambak 3 February 2012 Electrical 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
49. HSE Perumahan Nasional Kg. Meragang 10 February 2012 Electrical 6×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
50. Department Electrical Service Brunei Kg. Lumapas 18 February 2012 Electrical 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 12
51. Old Airport, Kementrian Pendidikan 5 March 2012 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
52. HSE Jl. Tanjung Batu, Kg. Sabun-Muara 8 March 2012 Electrical 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 80
53. Department Electrical Services Brunei Center Point 1, Gadong 4 April 2012 Electrical 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 50
54. Centre Point 2, Gadong 5 April 2012 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 85
55. The Mall Gadong 8 April 2012 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 33
56. HSE Bina Mega site, Project Perumahan Kg. Meragang 14 April 2012 Electrical 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 28
57. Alimbena site, Project Perumahan Kg. Meragang 17 April 2012 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 22
58. Pan-El Muara Port 22 April 2012 Electrical 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 29
59. Department Electrical Services Brunei Jl. Subok, Kg. Subok, BSB 26 April 2012 Electrical 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
60. Berakas Power Management Company INTERNATION Airport Brunei, BSB 9 May 2012 Electrical 8×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 50
61. Department Electrical Services Brunei Jl. Telanai 1, Spg. 53, BSB 16 May 2012 Electrical 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 25
62. Jl. Telanai 2, BSB 18 May 2012 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 51
63. Jl. Telanai 3, BSB 20 May 2012 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 20
64. Department Electrical Services Brunei Komplek Bangunan Kerajaan Old Airport Berakas, BSB-1 27 May 2012 Electrical 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 48
65. Komplek Bangunan Kerajaan Old Airport Berakas, BSB-2 6 June 2012 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 45
66. Komplek Bangunan Kerajaan Old Airport Berakas, BSB-3 4 June 2012 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 27
67. Komplek Bangunan Kerajaan Old Airport Berakas, BSB-4 6 June 2012 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 27
68. Department Electrical Services Brunei Jln. Industry Serasa, Muara Town 11 June 2012 Electrical 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 64
69. Jl. Kubah Diraja, Maktab Ugama BSB 16 June 2012 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 54
70. DHJ Jl. Mulaut, New Masjid Mulaut 7 July 2012 Electrical 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 35
71. Department Electrical Services Brunei Kementrian Pendiddikan, Old Airport 1 August 2012 Electrical 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
72. Jl. Gadong, behin JPD Beribi, Sekolah Rendah Mata-Mata 8 August 2012 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 54
73. Jl. Tutong, Mile – 8, Kg. Kilanas 6 August 2012 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 53
74. Berakas Power Management Company Proposed Perumahan Kg. Lugu 20 August 2012 Electrical 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 136
75. Sakila Serasa JKR water treatment 8 October 2012 Electrical 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
76. Department Electrical Services Brunei Bengkurong Masin MIS 14 October 2012 Electrical 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
77. DHJ Perpindahan Kg. Katok B 17 October 2012 Electrical 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 33
78. Berakas Power Management Company Road Crossing No.6 – Jl Menteri Besar 25 November 2012 Electrical 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 58
79. Road Crossing No.5 30 November 2012 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 54
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80. Road Crossing No.1 15 December 2012 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
81. Road Crossing No.2 20 December 2012 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
82. Road Crossing No.3 5 February 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 58
83. Road Crossing No.4 8 February 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 58
84. Road Crossing No.7 2 February 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 150
85. Road Crossing No.8 25 January 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
86. Road Crossing No.9 23 January 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
87. Road Crossing No.11 19 January 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
88. Road Crossing No.10 14 March 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 230
89. Wee Ta Pusat Kesehatan Gadong 30 December 2012 Water pipe 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 17
90. DHJ NHS Kg. Katok-B1 18 February 2013 Electric 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
91. NHS Kg. Katok-B2 18 February 2013 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 26
92. NHS Kg. Katok-B3 20 February 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
93. NHS Kg. Katok-B4 22 February 2013 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 32
94. NHS Kg. Katok-B5 25 February 2013 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
95. C&F Engineering Industry Kg. Salar 1 March 2013 Electric 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 13
96. Department Electrical Services Brunei Jl. Telanai 3 March 2013 Electric 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 20
97. Berakas Power Management Company Military Academy Road crossing no.1 8 April 2013 Electric 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 86
98. Military Academy Road crossing no.2 11 April 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 70
99. Military Academy Road crossing no.3 16 April 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 84
100. Military Academy Road crossing no.4 25 April 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 54
101. Military Academy Road crossing no.5 29 April 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 43
102. Military Academy Road crossing no.6 6 May 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 38
103. Military Academy Road crossing no.7 21 May 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 110
104. Military Academy Road crossing no.8 23 July 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 46
105. Military Academy Road crossing no.9 31 May 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 41
106. Military Academy Road crossing no.10 24 July 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 204
107. C&F Engineering/DES JL. Kasat – Putat 6 June 2013 Electric 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 18
108. Berakas Power Management Company Additional Crossing at Span No.22 16 June 2013 Electric 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
109. Additional Crossing at Span No.24 21 June 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
110. Additional Crossing at Span No.25 23 June 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
111. Additional Crossing at Span No.10 26 July 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
112. Additional Crossing at Span No.11A 27 July 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
113. Additional Crossing at Span No.11B 28 July 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 48
114. Additional Crossing at Span No.16 2 August 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 48
115. Additional Crossing at Span No.12A 10 September 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
116. Additional Crossing at Span No.12B (Storm drain) 25 October 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 108
117. Additional Crossing at Span No.15 12 September 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
118. Additional Crossing at Span No.13A 14 September 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
119. Additional Crossing at Span No.13B 16 September 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
120. MOH 20 July 2013 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 57
121. BHFT JL. Muara-Mentiri 6 September 2013 Electric/Telephone 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 42
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122. Syarikat Pembekalan Air Pipe Akmal Perumahan Katok-B 18 September 2013 Water pipe 1×200.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 18
123. Department Electrical Services Brunei Kg. Perpindahan Rimba Spg.177 29 July 2013 Electric 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 12
124. Kg. Mata-Mata Spg. 74-59 20 September 2013 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 38
125. Jalan Muara – Kg. Sungai Tilong 22 September 2013 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 38
126. Jalan Lailai Wijaya – Kg. Mata-Mata 27 September 2013 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 20
127. Kg. Jerudong Spg.396-53 29 September 2013 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 34
128. Berakas Garison – Jalan Pemancha 30 October 2013 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
129. Department Electrical Services Brunei JL. Stadion, Kg. Anggrek Desa 24 December 2013 Electric 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 84
130. Syarikat Hajahmas Sdn Bhd JL. Sungai Tilong, Kg. Sungai Tilong 23 January 2014 Water pipe 1×355.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 21
131. JL. Muara, Kg. Sungai Hanching 28 January 2014 1×355.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 21
132. Department Electrical Services Brunei JL. Lubok Sigurun 12 February 2014 Electric 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
133. Sekolah Menengah Sayyidina Hassan, Kg. Kilanas 14 February 2014 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 18
134. Masjid Muhammad Bolkiah, Kg. Serusop 15 February 2014 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
135. JL. Sungai Akar Spg.40, Kg. Sungai Akar 21 February 2014 3×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 33
136. Syarikat Hajahmas Sdn Bhd JL. Bengkurong-Masin, Kg. Masin 27 February 2014 Water pipe 1×355.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 33
137. JL. Mulaut, Kg. Masin 01 March 2014 1×355.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 18
138. Berakas Power Management Company Jerudong Park Medical Centre1 07 March 2014 Electric 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
139. Jerudong Park Medical Centre2 13 March 2014 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 42
140. Department Electrical Services Brunei JL. Muara, Kg. Sabun 18 March 2014 Electric 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 53
141. JL. Junjongan, Kg. Junjongan 22 March 2014 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
142. Syarikat Hajahmas Sdn Bhd JL. Kulapis Bebatik 26 March 2014 Water 1×355.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 16
143. JL. Mulaut, Kg. Agau 29 March 2014 1×355.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 18
144. Department Electrical Services Brunei JL. Mulaut-Limau Manis Spg.125, Kg. Sungai Tampoi 01 April 2014 Electric 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 12
145. Perumahan Kg. Rimba Spg. 177 04 April 2014 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 53
146. Department Electrical Services Brunei JL. Tunku 1 01 June 2014 Electric 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
147. JL. Tungku 2 03 June 2014 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 84
148. JL. Dato Ratna, Kg. Bribi 06 June 2014 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 54
149. JL. Pangiran Babu Raja, Kg. Beribi 08 June 2014 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 60
150. JL. Mabuhai, Kementerian Belian dan Sukan 10 June 2014 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
151. Indonesian Embassy 11 June 2014 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 48
152. Malaysian Highs commissioner 12 June 2014 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
153. JL. Muara, Kg. Delima 14 June 2014 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 42
154. AmberHigh JL. Kuala Belait 17 June 2014 Sewerage 1×160.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 62
155. Department Electrical Services Brunei JL. Tungku Spg.162 28 June 2014 Electric 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
156. Berakas Power Management Company Roundabout JL. Gadong Estate 7 July 2014 Electric 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 80
157. Syarikat Hajahmas Sdn Bhd JL. Subok, Sungai Akar 8 July 2014 Electric 1×110.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 48
158. Berakas Power Management Company Airbase Military of Brunei 12 July 2014 Electric 8×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 72
159. Department Electrical Services Brunei JL. Bebatik-Kilanas 12 August 2014 Electric 1×110.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 24
160. JL. Muara, Kg. Manggis 16 August 2014 1×110.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 65
161. ASTAL Engineering Under Bridge RIPAS flyover 24 August 2014 Water pipe 1×355.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 32
162. I-WATER Contactor Muara-Tutong Highway 28 August 2014 Water pipe 1×355.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 33
163. Department Electrical Services Brunei JL. Pasir Berakas, Kg. Lambak Kiri 1 September 2014 Electric 1×185.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
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164. Department Electrical Services Brunei JL. Tutong, Kg. Tanjung Bunut 29 September 2014 Electric 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 54
165. Muara Port 03 October 2014 2×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 72
166. Berakas Power Management Company JL. Kasat-Putat, Mukim Lumapas 22 October 2014 Electric 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
167. JL. Kasat, Mukim Lumapas 26 October 2014 4×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
168. Department Electrical Services Brunei Roundabout Bangunan Baru Mahkamah Tutong 29 October 2014 Electric 1×185.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 36
169. FALAH-TEK JL. Lorong 8, Kg. Panaga-Seria 01 November 2014 Telephone Line 1×180.Ø.mm. HDPE pipe 30
170.
*Up-date August 2014*

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Job Completed

47

41

35

20 20

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

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CERTIFICATED

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SITE PHOTO

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Client : BERAKAS POWER MANAGEMENT COMPANY (BPMC)
Project : Proposed HV/CD (Cable Duct)
Product Bundle : 8 X 180mm.DIA.HDPE X 72m
Location : Rimba
Year : 2014

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Client : BERAKAS POWER MANAGEMENT COMPANY (BPMC)
Project : Proposed HV/CD (Cable Duct)
Product Bundle : 4 X 180mm.DIA.HDPE X 250m
Location : Jalan Berakas
Year : 2014

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SAFETY MESSAGES

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SAFETY MESSAGES

General safety messages appear in the safety section. Specification safety messages are in appropriate section of the manual
where potential hazard may occur if the instruction or procedures are not followed.

!
UNDERSTAND SAFETY ALERT
This symbol place on our machine or in the
manual is used to alert you to the potential for
bodily injury or death.

! DANGER

! CAUTION

!
UNDERSTAND SIGNAL WORDS
WARNING
 DANGER – Imminent hazard which, if not avoided, will result in in serious personal injury or death.
 CAUTION – Potential hazard or unsafe practices which, if not avoided, will result in in serious personal injury or death.
 WARNING – Potential hazard or unsafe practices which, if not avoided, will result in in serious personal injury or death.

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INDEX

 INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………………..... 1

 METHODE AND STATEMENT………………………………………………………………2

 EXCECUTION OF HORIZONTAL DIRECTIONAL DRILLING……………………10

 LOCATOR………………………………………………………………………………………….. 14

 CROSS COMPLETED…………………………………………………………………………. 19

 CERTIFICATE COMPETENCY………………………………………………………….…. 24

 SITE PHOTO…………………………………………………………………………………….... 28

 SAFETY MESSAGES………………………………………………………………………….. 32

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