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INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
IN-STREAM TIDAL POWER GENERATING PLANT
SUBSTATION DEVELOPMENT
1.
GENERAL
.1 All articles in this Section are project specific Instructions to Bidders.
2.
INVITATION TO TENDER
.1 Sealed tenders will be received by the Engineer until 3:00pm, 22 June 2011 for the
following project:
Project Name:
In-Stream Tidal Power Generating Plant
Substation Development
Old Black Rock Road
Black Rock, Nova Scotia
.2 Site access, for the purpose of reviewing existing site conditions, is unrestricted. The
substation site is located on the Old Black Rock Road, approximately 500m to the
north of the West Bay Road in Black Rock, Nova Scotia, approximately 10km west
of Parrsboro, Nova Scotia.
.3 The lowest price Tender will not necessarily be accepted.
3.
SITE VISIT
.1 A site visit has been scheduled for 10:00am, 10 June 2011. Prime Contractors and
their Sub-Contractors shall meet at the Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy
Interpretive Center, located at 1156 West Bay Road, for a technical review of the
project documents, followed by a visit to the Substation site, approximately one
kilometer away.
4.
TENDERS
.1 Submit one (1) original tender on the enclosed Tender Form. Each item on the
Tender Form shall be completed. Incomplete tenders will be rejected. The Tender
shall be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked:
TENDER:
In-Stream Tidal Power Generating Plant
Substation Development
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INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
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To:
Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy
PO Box 2573
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3N5
c/o
Strum Engineering Associates Ltd.
80 Eileen Stubbs Ave.
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B3B 1Y6
.2 On the left hand upper corner of the envelope, show the name and address of the
Bidder submitting the Tender.
.3 Deliver the Tender on or before the advertised, or officially amended, tender time and date.
.4 The Tender envelope shall contain the following documents:
.1 Original copy of the Tender Form, officially signed.
.2 Bid Bond or certified cheque in the amount of 10% of the Tender price.
.5 The Bidder shall list, in the space provided in the Supplementary Information, the
names and work tasks of each proposed Sub-Contractor. A change in Sub-Contractor
from the list submitted shall require permission in writing.
5.
CONTRACT FORM
.1 CCDC 2 – Stipulated Price Contract shall be used as the formal contract document
between the Prime Contractor and Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy.
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TENDER FORM
IN-STREAM TIDAL POWER GENERATING PLANT
SUBSTATION DEVELOPMENT
NAME OF PRIME CONTRACTOR:
1.
TENDER PRICE
.1 I/We, the undersigned, having carefully examined all of the Tender Documents and
proposed Contract Documents and having examined the site and the site conditions
affecting the work, hereby tender and offer to enter into a contract and agree to
furnish all specified materials, labour, equipment and services necessary to complete
the entire Work in accordance with the requirements of the official Tender
Documents, for the Stipulated Sum of:
$
/100
Dollars
(Write Out in Full)
to Addendum No.
, inclusive and our
.2 I/We, have examined Addendum No.
Tender Price includes all labour, materials, etc. called for by said Addenda.
2.
AGREEMENT
.1 I/We, further agree that this Tender is to continue Open to acceptance and irrevocable
until thirty (30) days after the Tender Close Date.
.2 I/We, agree to be substantially completed and ready for occupancy by the Owner no
later than 30 September 2011, but for a mutually agreed change due to unforeseen
circumstances.
Signed and submitted by:
(Company Name)
(Company Address)
(Telephone No.)
(Facsimile No.)
(Name and Title of Authorized Signing Officer)
(Signature of Authorized Signing Officer)
Dated this
day of
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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
IN-STREAM TIDAL POWER GENERATING PLANT
SUBSTATION DEVELOPMENT
1.
REQUIREMENTS
.1 A Bid Bond or certified cheque, in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the Tender
Price shall be submitted with the Tender Form.
.2 Within four (4) working days of acceptance of the Tender Price, the Contractor shall
submit the following information to the Owner:
.1 Construction Schedule highlighting milestone events.
.2 A Breakdown of the Tender Price as follows:
.1 Installation of Control Building Foundation
$
.2 Installation of Concrete Foundations and Pads
$
.3 Installation of Control Building Electrical/Mechanical $
Services, Cable Tray Systems, Conduit Systems
.4 Substation Fence, Embedded Ground Grid, Drainage $
System, Substation Cable Trench, Substation Lighting
.5 Erection of Structural Steel
$
.6 Installation of Substation Power Distribution
Equipment, 13.8kVSwitchgear, Station Battery,
Padmount Transformers, Protection/Control/SCADA
Panels
$
.7 Installation and Termination of Power, Protection,
Control, SCADA and Communication Cables
$
.8 Other
$
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.3 A List of Proposed Sub-Contractors:
SUB-CONTRACTOR
TRADE & TASKS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
.4 A Letter of Good Standing from the Workers’ Compensation Board of Nova Scotia.
.5 A Letter of Good Standing from the Nova Scotia Construction Safety Association.
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GENERAL
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1
2
2
3
4
OVERVIEW
PREPARATORY WORK CARRIED OUT BY OTHERS
MATERIALS TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER
PROJECT SCHEDULE
PROJECT DRAWINGS/REFERENCES
INSTALLATION OF CONTROL BUILDING FOUNDATION
6
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
6
6
7
8
9
GENERAL
INSTALLATION OF BASE AND FOUNDATION DRAINAGE SYSTEM
INSTALLATION OF FOOTINGS, WALLS AND FLOOR SLABS
CABLE TRAY VAULT (BASEMENT) ACCESS STAIRS
BACKFILLING AND FINAL GRADING
INSTALLATION OF EQUIPMENT FOUNDATIONS/PADS
10
3.1
3.2
3.3
10
10
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
GENERAL
INSTALLATION OF A-FRAME DEADEND STRUCTURE PADS
INSTALLATION OF LIGHTNING (SURGE) ARRESTERS AND
VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS SUPPORT STRUCTURE PAD
INSTALLATION OF 138kV GROUP-OPERATED
ISOLATING SWITCH PADS
INSTALLATION OF 138kV CIRCUIT BREAKER PAD
INSTALLATION OF LIGHTNING (SURGE) ARRESTERS
(TRANSFORMER) SUPPORT STRUCTURE PAD
INSTALLATION OF TRANSFORMER PAD WITH
OIL CONTAINMENT SLAB
INSTALLATION OF OIL/WATER SEPARATOR AND OIL
CONTAINMENT DRAIN VALVE CHAMBER
INSTALLATION OF VOLTAGE MATCHING TRANSFORMERS PADS
INSTALLATION OF GROUNDING TRANSFORMERS PADS
INSTALLATION OF STATION SERVICE TRANSFORMER PAD
INSTALLATION OF STANDBY STATION SERVICE TRANSFORMER PAD
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INSTALLATION OF UNDERGROUND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS
20
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
20
20
21
22
7
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5.1
5.2
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25
26
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6.1
6.2
6.3
27
27
28
GENERAL
INSTALLATION OF CABLE TRENCH WALLS AND BASE SLAB
INSTALLATION OF CABLE TRENCH COVER
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION EMBEDDED GROUND GRID
29
29
GENERAL
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION EMBEDDED GROUND GRID SYSTEM 29
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION PERIMETER FENCE SYSTEM 30
8.1
8.2
8.3
9
GENERAL
INSTALLATION OF CONDUITS TO/FROM SUBSTATION
CONTROL BUILDING
INSTALLATION OF CONDUITS TO/FROM CABLE TRENCH
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION YARD LIGHTING CONDUITS
INSTALLATION OF CABLE TRENCH SYSTEM
7.1
7.2
8
GENERAL
INSTALLATION OF CONTROL BUILDING DRAINAGE
INSTALLATION OF CABLE TRENCH DRAINAGE
INSTALLATION OF OIL/WATER SEPARATOR DRAINAGE
INSTALLATION OF UNDERGROUND CONDUITS
5.3
5.4
6
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INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION PERIMETER FENCE SYSTEMS
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION INTERIOR FENCE SYSTEMS
30
30
31
FINAL SUBSTATION GRADING
32
9.1
9.2
32
32
GENERAL
FINAL SUBSTATION GRADING
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INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION CONTROL BUILDING
SERVICES
10.1 GENERAL
10.2 PREPARATORY WORK CARRIED OUT BY OTHERS
10.3 INSTALLATION OF CONTROL BUILDING GROUNDING SYSTEMS
10.4 INSTALLATION OF CONDUIT AND CABLE TRAY SYSTEMS
10.5 INSTALLATION OF CONTROL BUILDING ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
10.6 INSTALLATION OF CONTROL BUILDING MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
10.7 INSTALLATION OF 125VDC STATION BATTERY SYSTEM
10.8 INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION YARD LIGHTING SYSTEM
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34
34
35
36
38
39
40
ERECTION OF SUBSTATION STRUCTURAL STEEL
41
11.1
11.2
11.3
41
41
41
GENERAL
MATERIAL SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION STRUCTURAL STEEL
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT
42
12.1
12.2
12.3
42
42
42
GENERAL
MATERIAL SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT
INTERCONNECTION OF SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT
44
13.1
13.2
13.3
44
45
45
GENERAL
FABRICATION OF ALUMINUM TUBULAR BUS ASSEMBLIES
INTERCONNECTION OF SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT
INSTALLATION OF 13.8kV SWITCHGEAR ASSEMBLY
47
14.1
14.2
47
47
GENERAL
INSTALLATION OF 13.8kV SWITCHGEAR ASSEMBLY
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INSTALLATION OF 13.8kV COLLECTOR CIRCUIT
GROUNDING TRANSFORMERS
15.1 GENERAL
15.2 INSTALLATION OF 13.8kV COLLECTOR CIRCUIT
GROUNDING TRANSFORMERS
16
17
18
48
48
48
SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF STATION SERVICE
TRANSFORMER
16.1 GENERAL
16.2 STATION SERVICE TRANSFORMER SPECIFICATION
16.3 INSTALLATION OF STATION SERVICE TRANSFORMER
48
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PROVSION OF UTILTIY SERVICES
50
17.1
17.2
17.3
17.4
50
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51
52
GENERAL
PROVISION OF NSPI 240/120V STANDBY STATION SERVICE
PROVISION OF BELL-ALIANT TELEPHONE SERVICE
PROVISION OF HIGH-SPEED INTERNET SERVICE
INSTALLATION OF PROTECTION, CONTROL AND SCADA/
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM PANELS
18.1
18.2
19
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GENERAL
INSTALLATION OF PROTECTION, CONTROL AND SCADA/
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM PANELS
INSTALLATION AND TERMINATION OF ELECTRICAL
AND SCADA/COMMUNICATION SYSTEM CABLES
19.1
19.2
19.3
19.4
19.5
19.6
GENERAL
INSTALLATION AND TERMINATION OF 13.8kV POWER CABLES
INSTALLATION AND TERMINATION OF 240/120V POWER CABLES
INSTALLATION AND TERMINATION OF 125VDC CABLES
INSTALLATION AND TERMINATION OF PROTECTION AND CONTROL
CABLES
INSTALLATION AND TERMINATION OF SCADA/COMMUNICATION
CABLES
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TESTING AND COMMISSIONING
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CABLE TAGS AND EQUIPMENT NAMEPLATES
60
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AS-BUILT DRAWINGS
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APPENDIX A
PERTINENT INFORMATION FROM THE GEOTECHNICAL
INVESTIGATION FINAL REPORT
APPENDIX B
CCDC 2 – STIPULATED PRICE CONTRACT DOCUMENT
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GENERAL
.2
OVERVIEW
The general purpose of this project is to provide civil and electrical contractor
services, including supply of certain materials as specified, to develop a 138kV34.5kV intertie substation, designated 429N, for the Fundy Ocean Research
Center for Energy (FORCE). In the near term, the substation will be operated at a
primary voltage of 24.94/14.4kV and a secondary voltage of 13.8/7.967kV.
Substation 429N will provide the tie between four (4) underground collector
circuits and the Nova Scotia Power Inc. (NSPI) 138kV transmission (or 24.94kV
distribution) system. Substation 429N will be located approximately 12km east of
Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, on the Old Black Rock Road in Black Rock, Nova Scotia.
The work will generally include, but is not necessarily limited to:
.1
.2
.3
.4
.5
.6
.7
.8
.9
.10
.11
.12
.13
Installation of concrete foundations and pads for the support of electrical
equipment.
Installation of an oil containment system around the transformer pad.
Installation of the control building foundation, basement and floor slabs.
Supply and installation of oil containment, cable trench and control
building drainage systems.
Supply and installation of underground concrete encased and direct buried
ducts and conduits.
Supply and installation of a concrete cable trench system.
Supply and installation of an embedded ground grid and the bonding of all
electrical equipment and substation fence to the ground grid.
Supply and installation of a chain-link fence complete with vehicular gates
and man gates.
Supply and installation of a Substation Yard lighting system.
Supply and installation of gravel materials and substation surface grading.
Supply and installation of the control building electrical services, including
grounding systems, cable tray systems, 240/120V electrical services, 125Vdc
station battery systems.
Installation of structural steel assemblies, members and components.
Supply and installation of 138kV insulators and aluminum tubular bus and
associated mounting hardware and fittings.
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.14 Installation of Owner supplied power distribution equipment, including
138kV and 13.8kV power distribution equipment, 125Vdc station battery
and protection, control and communication panels.
.15 Supply and installation of power, control, instrumentation and communication
cables and bare conductors as required to supply, control and monitor the
power distribution equipment.
.16 Supply and installation of high speed wireless internet service. The
internet service provider (ISP) shall be Seaside High-Speed Inc.
.17 Provision of NSPI and Bell-Aliant utility services from West Bay Road
through existing underground cable vaults and concrete encased duct banks.
All work will be carried out on properties owned by or leased to the Fundy Ocean
Research Center for Energy.
Lengths, quantities, areas and volumes indicated on the drawings June not be exact
and should not be used for assessing quantities in connection with the procurement
of materials or the cutting of cables, conduit, steel or cable tray. The Contractor
shall confirm all dimensions on site and shall be responsible for the lengths and
quantities of materials specified herein.
1.2
PREPARATORY WORK CARRIED OUT BY OTHERS
The following preparatory work has been carried out by Others:
.1 Clearing, grubbing, grading and compaction of the substation site to an
elevation of approximately 62.5m above mean sea level
.2 Installation of underground concrete encased duct banks from the utility riser
pole on the West Bay Road to the substation control building.
1.3
MATERIALS TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER
Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) has pre-purchased the
following materials for installation by the Contractor:
.1 Structural Steel Assemblies, Members and Components for the support of the
138kV Power Distribution Equipment.
.2 Six (6), 21kV (17kV MCOV) Station Class Surge Arresters
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.3
.4
.5
.6
Two (2), 138kV Group-Operated Isolation Switches complete with support frames.
One (1), 138kV SF6 Circuit Breaker complete with support frame.
One (1), 5000/6667kVA, 24.94/14.4kV-13.8/7.967kV Power Transformer.
One (1), 13.8kV, 2000A Switchgear Assembly complete with Circuit
Breakers.
.7 Four (4), 225kVA, 13.8/7.967kV Grounding Transformers.
.8 One (1), 125Vdc Station Battery and Battery Charger
.9 One (1), Pre-Engineered, Site-Erected Steel Control Building (to be installed
by Others following the installation of the control building foundation,
basement and floor slabs per this Contract).
.10 Three (3), Protection, Control and Communication Panels.
.11 Underground Cable Vaults and Concrete Encased Duct Banks from a Utility
Riser Pole on the West Bay Road to the Substation Control Building.
.12 One (1), 240V, 400A Revenue Meter Socket/Base mounted on the exterior of
the Control Building (to be supplied and installed by Others following
installation of the control building foundation, basement and floor slabs per
this Contract).
.13 Four (4), 350kcmil, 35kV Collector Circuits terminated on 35kV Deadend
Separable Junctions on the east wall of the control building basement
foundation (to be supplied and installed by Others following installation of the
control building foundation, basement and floor slabs per this Contract)
1.4
PROJECT SCHEDULE
.1 The purchase of all Contractor supplied equipment associated with the
Substation Development can proceed immediately following award of the
Contract. The Contractor shall submit shop drawings and/or product data sheets
for review by the Owner’s Engineer for all Contractor supplied materials.
.2 The preparation of the control building foundation, basement and floor slabs
should proceed immediately following award of the Contract so as not to
impede the schedule of other Contractors.
.3 The preparation of the equipment foundations and pads, the oil containment
system, the drainage system, the cable trench system, the embedded ground
grid, the chain-link fence and the underground ducts and conduits can proceed
immediately following award of the Contract.
.4 All other work shall proceed on a timely schedule to achieve substantial
completion by 30 September 2011.
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1.5
PROJECT DRAWINGS / REFERENCES
The following electrical drawings have been prepared by Strum Engineering
Associates Ltd. for this project:
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1100, Rev. A01
.2 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1101, Rev. A01
.3 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1102, Rev. A01
.4 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1103, Rev. A01
.5 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1104, Rev. A01
.6 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1105, Rev. A01
.7 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1106, Rev. A01
.8 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1107, Rev. A01
.9 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1108, Rev. A01
.10 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1109, Rev. A01
.11 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1110, Rev. A01
.12 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1111, Rev. A01
.13 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1112, Rev. A01
.14 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1113, Rev. A01
.15 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1114, Rev. A01
.16 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1115, Rev. A01
.17 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1116, Rev. A01
.18 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1117, Rev. A01
.19 Drawing No. 023-478-E-1131, Rev. A01
.20 Drawing No. 023-478-E-1132, Rev. A01
.21 Drawing No. 023-478-E-1133, Rev. A01
.22 Drawing No. 023-478-E-3002, Rev. A05
.23 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3021, Rev. A01
.24 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3022, Rev. A01
.25 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3023, Rev. A01
.26 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3024, Rev. A01
.27 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3025, Rev. A01
.28 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3031, Rev. A03
.29 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3032, Rev. A01
.30 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3033, Rev. A01
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.31 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3034, Rev. A01
.32 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3035, Rev. A01
.33 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3036, Rev. A01
.34 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3037, Rev. A01
.35 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3038, Rev. A01
.36 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3039, Rev. A01
.37 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3040, Rev. A01
.38 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3201, Rev. A01
.39 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3901, Rev. A01
.40 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3902, Rev. A01
.41 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3903, Rev. A01
.42 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3904, Rev. A01
.43 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3905, Rev. A01
.44 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3906, Rev. A01
.45 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3907, Rev. A01
.46 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3908, Rev. A01
.47 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3909, Rev. A01
.48 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3910, Rev. A01
.49 Drawing No. 023-478-D-5000, Rev. A02
.50 Drawing No. 023-478-D-5001, Rev. A02
.51 Drawing No. 023-478-D-5002, Rev. A02
.52 Drawing No. 023-478-D-5003, Rev. A02
.53 Drawing No. 023-478-D-5004, Rev. A02
.54 Drawing No. 023-478-D-5005, Rev. A02
.55 Drawing No. 023-478-D-5006, Rev. A02
.56 Drawing No. 023-478-D-5007, Rev. A02
.57 Drawing No. 023-478-D-5008, Rev. A02
.58 Drawing No. 023-478-D-5009, Rev. A02
.59 Drawing No. 023-478-D-5010, Rev. A02
.60 Drawing No. 023-478-D-5011, Rev. A01
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INSTALLATION OF CONTROL BUILDING FOUNDATION
2.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-1104, Rev. A01, 023-478-E-1131, Rev. A01, 023478-E-1132, Rev. A01 an d023-478-E-1133, Rev. A01 show in plan and
elevation views, the dimensions, layout and details for the construction of the
reinforced concrete footings, foundation walls, basement and floor slabs and
exterior stairs, the supply and installation of a steel man-door complete with
steel frame and hardware and the supply and installation of steel railings on
the exterior of the stairs.
.2 The concrete mix data shall be submitted for review by the Engineer prior to
preparation of the first concrete batch. The minimum compressive strength of
the concrete shall be 45MPa (6500psi) after 28 days. Test cylinders shall be
obtained, and stored, at site during the pour for each batch of concrete
supplied.
2.2
INSTALLATION OF BASE AND FOUNDATION DRAINAGE SYSTEM
.1 The substation control building site shall be excavated to a depth not less than
600mm below the elevation of the finished floor of the basement level. This
June require breaking of bedrock in some locations. Refer to the Geotechnical
Investigation Report Data Sheet provided in Appendix A.
.2 A 300mm layer of Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and
Infrastructure Renewal (NSDOTIR) Class B gravel shall be supplied and
compacted to form the base for the control building footings/foundation.
.3 The control building footings shall be formed, complete with reinforcing steel,
as indicated on the drawings.
.4 150mm diameter PVC perforated pipe shall be installed around the perimeter
of the footing/foundation and sloped to the north side of the substation, as
indicated on the drawings. The perforated drain pipe shall be covered with
NSDOTIR Class B gravel.
.5 The location of the base of the exterior stairway shall be provided with
100mm (4”) diameter PVC drain pipe and fittings to collect water from the
base of the stairs and drain it into the overall substation drainage system. A
strainer shall be provided flush with the concrete base slab.
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INSTALLATION OF FOOTINGS, WALLS AND FLOOR SLABS
.1 Concrete shall be placed for the control building footings and vibrated into all
voids. The concrete shall meet the concrete specification as indicated on the
drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer. The minimum
concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm (3”), all-around.
.2 The concrete footings shall be protected from rain and allowed to cure for at
least 24 hours before proceeding with the forming of the control building walls.
.3 The control building walls and floor slab support columns shall be formed,
complete with reinforcing steel, as indicated on the drawings.
.4 PVC conduit sleeves, complete with bell ends on the face of the inside wall,
shall be supplied and installed in the locations indicated on the drawings. The
inside diameter of each conduit sleeve shall be as indicated on the drawings.
.5 An opening shall be provided in the north east corner of the control building
for the installation of a man-door. The opening shall be sized to accommodate
the steel frame of a standard exterior steel door.
.6 Concrete shall be placed for the control building walls and support columns
and vibrated into all voids. The concrete shall meet the concrete specification
as indicated on the drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer.
The minimum concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm (3”), allaround. The concrete walls and support columns shall be protected from rain
and allowed to cure for at least 3 days.
.7 Reinforcing steel shall be placed for the control building basement floor slab
as indicated on the drawings. A sump pit shall be formed on the north side of
the Control Building, as indicated on the drawings.
.8 Concrete shall be placed for the control building basement floor and vibrated
into all void areas. The concrete shall meet the concrete specification as
indicated on the drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer. The
minimum concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm (3”), allaround. The basement floor slab shall be smoothed using a power trowel.
The floor slab shall be protected from rain and allowed to cure for at least 3
days.
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.9 Reinforcing steel shall be placed for the control building main level floor slab
as indicated on the drawings. Several areas on the main floor slab have been
designated as “rebar-free”. The “rebar-free” areas will allow for the future
core drilling of the main floor slab to access the basement area.
.10 Anchor bolts, required for the installation of the steel control building by
Others, shall be supplied and installed at the direction of the Engineer. The
size and location of the anchor bolts will be determined following final review
of the steel control building shop drawings.
.11 Concrete shall be placed for the control building main level floor slab and
vibrated into all void areas. The concrete shall meet the concrete specification
as indicated on the drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer.
The minimum concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm (3”), allaround. The main level floor slab shall be smoothed using a power trowel.
The floor slab shall be protected from rain and allowed to cure for at least 14
days before removal of the formwork and supports.
2.4
CABLE TRAY VAULT (BASEMENT) ACCESS STAIRS
.1 An exterior stairway consisting of a concrete base slab, retaining walls and
stairs shall be formed, complete with reinforcing steel, to provide exterior
access to the basement area, as indicated on the drawings.
.2 Concrete shall be placed for the exterior stairway and vibrated into all void
areas. The concrete shall meet the concrete specification as indicated on the
drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer. The minimum
concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm (3”), all-around.
.3 A single man entry door, complete with steel frame and hardware shall be
installed in the opening at the base of the stairway. The door shall open
outward. The door shall have a 1-hour, fire-rating per the NFPA Standards.
.4 The door lock shall be a Best Type 77K heavy duty cylinder lock set, for
exterior use, with Best "B" cylinder. The operation of the door will be latch
bolt by panic hardware from the inside and fixed handle and key from the
outside. This selection of the lock set shall be coordinated with the Owner to
match the control building door locks being provided by Others.
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.5 The man-door shall be 915 mm wide by 2134 mm high by 45 mm thick, 16
gauge (ASTM A924) hot dipped zinc coated steel with continuously welded
seams. It shall be an out-swinging, flush design with polyurethane insulated
core chemically bonded to all interior surfaces, with a minimum insulating
value of R-10. Reinforcement for locks, latches, hinges, closers and other
hardware shall be in accordance with ANSI A115 unless otherwise specified.
Finish shall be factory primed and finish coated (both sides of door).
.6 The door frame shall be 2” mitered, factory welded cold rolled steel, 16 gauge
minimum, reinforcing shall be 8 gauge steel for hinges, 12 gauge for closers
and 14 gauge minimum for other hardware. Finish shall be factory primed
and finish coated. Hinges shall be 1½ pair of 114 mm by 114 mm ball bearing
type stainless steel, butt hinges with dull chrome finish. Hinge pins shall be
non-removable type.
.7 Weather stripping and thresholds shall be provided to give a positive weather
seal around the door. An aluminum exterior threshold shall be installed to
provide a complete weather seal.
.8 The door and door frame shall be mortised, reinforced, drilled and tapped for
hardware including surface mounted closers and panic exit devices, and shall
be provided with all necessary anchors and rubber silencers.
.9 A heavy-duty, automatic door closer shall be provided.
2.5
BACKFILLING AND FINAL GRADING
.1 The exterior surface of the control building foundation walls shall be coated
with a waterproofing sealer product to prevent water/moisture ingress to the
basement area, such as Black Knight Foundation Coating.
.2 When the concrete waterproofing sealant is sufficiently dry, the excavated
space shall be backfilled and compacted using the native material. The
backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density, in 150mm
(6”) layers.
.3 The top 450mm should remain excavated until the embedded ground grid and
other electrical and mechanical services are installed.
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INSTALLATION OF EQUIPMENT FOUNDATIONS/PADS
3.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-1104, Rev. A01, 023-478-D-1107, Rev. A01 to
023-478-D-1116, Rev. A01, inclusive, show in plan and elevation views, the
dimensions, layout and details for the construction of the reinforced concrete
foundations/pads which will support the power distribution equipment located
in the substation yard.
.2 The concrete mix data for the equipment foundations/pads shall be submitted
for review by the Engineer prior to preparation of the first concrete batch.
The minimum compressive strength of the concrete shall be 30MPa (4350psi)
after 28 days. Test cylinders shall be obtained, and stored, at site during the
pour for each batch of concrete supplied.
3.2
INSTALLATION OF A-FRAME DEADEND STRUCTURE PADS
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1107, Rev. A01 shows in plan and elevation views,
the dimensions, reinforcing steel layout, galvanized anchor bolt arrangement
and details for the construction of the two (2) A-Frame Deadend Structure
pads.
.2 The A-Frame Deadend Structure foundation pad sites shall be excavated to
the specified elevation for the base of the concrete pad. This June require
breaking of bedrock. Refer to the Geotechnical Investigation Report Data
Sheet provided in Appendix A.
.3 The native soil shall be compacted to form the base for the A-Frame Deadend
Structure pads.
.4 The A-Frame Deadend Structure pads shall be formed, complete with
reinforcing steel and anchor bolts, as indicated on the drawings.
.5 Concrete shall be placed for the A-Frame Deadend Structure pads and
vibrated into all void areas. The concrete shall meet the concrete specification
as indicated on the drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer.
The minimum concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 100mm (4”), allaround. The surface of each A-Frame Deadend Structure pad shall be
smoothed. The concrete shall be protected from rain and allowed to cure for
at least 48 hours before removing the forms.
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.6 The excavated space shall be backfilled and compacted using the native
material. The backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density,
in 150mm (6”) layers. The top 450mm should remain excavated until the
embedded ground grid and other electrical and mechanical services are
installed.
3.3
INSTALLATION OF LIGHTNING ARRESTERS AND VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS
SUPPORT STRUCTURE PAD
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1108, Rev. A01 shows in plan and elevation views,
the dimensions, reinforcing steel layout, galvanized anchor bolt arrangement
and details for the construction of the Lightning Arresters and Voltage
Transformers Support Structure pad.
.2 The Lightning Arresters and Voltage Transformers Support Structure pad site
shall be excavated to the specified elevation for the base of the concrete pad.
This June require breaking of bedrock. Refer to the Geotechnical
Investigation Report Data Sheet provided in Appendix A.
.3 The native soil shall be compacted to form the base for the Lightning
Arresters and Voltage Transformers Support Structure pad.
.4 The Lightning Arresters and Voltage Transformers Support Structure pad
shall be formed, complete with reinforcing steel and anchor bolts, as indicated
on the drawings.
.5 Concrete shall be placed for the Lightning Arresters and Voltage
Transformers Support Structure pad and vibrated into all void areas. The
concrete shall meet the concrete specification as indicated on the drawings
and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer. The minimum concrete cover
over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm (3”), all-around. The surface of the
Lightning Arresters and Voltage Transformers Support Structure pad shall be
smoothed. The concrete shall be protected from rain and allowed to cure for
at least 48 hours before removing the forms.
.6 The excavated space shall be backfilled and compacted using the native
material. The backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density,
in 150mm (6”) layers. The top 450mm should remain excavated until the
embedded ground grid and other electrical and mechanical services are
installed.
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INSTALLATION OF 138kV GROUP-OPERATED ISOLATING SWITCH PADS
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1109, Rev. A01 shows in plan and elevation views,
the dimensions, reinforcing steel layout, galvanized anchor bolt arrangement
and details for the construction of the two (2) 138kV Group-Operated
Isolating Switch pads.
.2 The 138kV Group-Operated Isolating Switch pad sites shall be excavated to
the specified elevation for the base of the concrete pad. This June require
breaking of bedrock. Refer to the Geotechnical Investigation Report Data
Sheet provided in Appendix A.
.3 The native soil shall be compacted to form the base for the 138kV GroupOperated Isolating Switch pads.
.4 The 138kV Group-Operated Isolating Switch pads shall be formed, complete
with reinforcing steel and anchor bolts, as indicated on the drawings.
.5 Concrete shall be placed for the 138kV Group-Operated Isolating Switch pads
and vibrated into all void areas. The concrete shall meet the concrete
specification as indicated on the drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the
Engineer. The minimum concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm
(3”), all-around. The surface of each 138kV Group-Operated Isolating Switch
pad shall be smoothed. The concrete shall be protected from rain and allowed
to cure for at least 48 hours before removing the forms.
.6 The excavated space shall be backfilled and compacted using the native
material. The backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density,
in 150mm (6”) layers. The top 450mm should remain excavated until the
embedded ground grid and other electrical and mechanical services are
installed.
3.5
INSTALLATION OF 138kV CIRCUIT BREAKER PAD
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1110, Rev. A01 shows in plan and elevation views,
the dimensions, reinforcing steel layout, galvanized anchor bolt arrangement
and details for the construction of the one (1) 138kV Circuit Breaker pad.
.2 The 138kV Circuit Breaker pad site shall be excavated to the specified
elevation for the base of the concrete pad. This June require breaking of
bedrock. Refer to the Geotechnical Investigation Report Data Sheet provided
in Appendix A.
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.3 The native soil shall be compacted to form the base for the 138kV Circuit
Breaker pad.
.4 The 138kV Circuit Breaker pad shall be formed, complete with reinforcing
steel, anchor bolts and PVC conduits, as indicated on the drawings.
.5 Concrete shall be placed for the 138kV Circuit Breaker pad and vibrated into
all void areas. The concrete shall meet the concrete specification as indicated
on the drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer. The minimum
concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 100mm (4”), all-around. The
surface of the 138kV Circuit Breaker pad shall be smoothed. The concrete
shall be protected from rain and allowed to cure for at least 48 hours before
removing the forms.
.6 The excavated space shall be backfilled and compacted using the native
material. The backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density,
in 150mm (6”) layers. The top 450mm should remain excavated until the
embedded ground grid and other electrical and mechanical services are
installed.
3.6
INSTALLATION OF LIGHTNING (SURGE) ARRESTERS (TRANSFORMER) SUPPORT
STRUCTURE PAD
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1111, Rev. A01 shows in plan and elevation views,
the dimensions, reinforcing steel layout, galvanized anchor bolt arrangement
and details for the construction of the Lightning (Surge) Arresters Support
Structure pad located on the primary side of the power transformer.
.2 The Lightning (Surge) Arresters Support Structure pad site shall be excavated
to the specified elevation for the base of the concrete pad. This June require
breaking of bedrock. Refer to the Geotechnical Investigation Report Data
Sheet provided in Appendix A.
.3 The native soil shall be compacted to form the base for the Lightning (Surge)
Arresters Support Structure pad.
.4 The Lightning (Surge) Arresters Support Structure pad shall be formed,
complete with reinforcing steel and anchor bolts, as indicated on the drawings.
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.5 Concrete shall be placed for the Lightning (Surge) Arresters Support Structure
pad and vibrated into all void areas. The concrete shall meet the concrete
specification as indicated on the drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the
Engineer. The minimum concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm
(3”), all-around. The surface of the Lightning (Surge) Arresters Support
Structure pad shall be smoothed. The concrete shall be protected from rain
and allowed to cure for at least 48 hours before removing the forms.
.6 The excavated space shall be backfilled and compacted using the native
material. The backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density,
in 150mm (6”) layers. The top 450mm should remain excavated until the
embedded ground grid and other electrical and mechanical services are
installed.
3.7
INSTALLATION OF TRANSFORMER PAD WITH OIL CONTAINMENT SLAB
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-1112, Rev. A01 and 023-478-D-1113, Rev. A01
show in plan and elevation views, the dimensions, reinforcing steel layout and
details for the construction of the Transformer pad and associated Oil
Containment slab.
.2 The Transformer pad site shall be excavated to the specified elevation for the
base of the concrete pad. This June require breaking of bedrock. Refer to the
Geotechnical Investigation Report Data Sheet provided in Appendix A.
.3 The native soil shall be compacted to form the base for the Transformer pad.
.4 The Transformer pad shall be formed, complete with reinforcing steel and
PVC conduits, as indicated on the drawings. Ensure that the top of each PVC
conduit is above the top of the Oil Containment slab retaining walls to prevent
water ingress into the conduit.
.5 Concrete shall be placed for the Transformer pad and vibrated into all void
areas. The concrete shall meet the concrete specification as indicated on the
drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer. The minimum
concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm (3”), all-around. The
surface of the Transformer pad shall be smoothed. The concrete shall be
protected from rain and allowed to cure for at least 48 hours before removing
the forms.
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.6 The excavated space shall be backfilled and compacted using the native
material. The backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density,
in 150mm (6”) layers.
.7 The Oil Containment slab site shall be excavated to the specified elevation for
the base of the concrete slab.
.8 The native soil shall be site shall be excavated to a depth not less than 300mm
below the elevation of the base of the slab.
.9 Asphalt impregnated fiberboard joint filler shall be installed on the outer
vertical walls of the Transformer pad where the Oil Containment slab and
Transformer pad meet.
.10 The Oil Containment slab shall be formed to provide the shape and
dimensions indicated on the drawing. The top of the curb shall be at the
height specified above the finished grade of the concrete slab.
.11 Reinforcing bars shall be installed and supported above the base materials.
.12 A water drain system, consisting of a floor drain with cast iron grate and
strainer, 4” PVC couplings, 4” PVC 90° elbow (16” radius) and Schedule 40
PVC pipe shall be supplied and installed on the west side of the Oil
Containment slab.
.13 Self-regulating trace heating cable (Raychem type 15QTVR-CT system or
approved equal) shall be installed above the reinforcing steel, in the area
around the Oil Containment slab water drain, as indicated on the drawings.
As described in Section 4.4.10, the trace heating cable shall be extended to
include the water drain pipe running between the Oil Containment slab, the
Oil/Water Separator and the Oil Containment Drain Valve Chamber and drain
control valve located in the Oil Containment Drain Valve Chamber. All
necessary trace heating components, including power connectors,
splice/junction boxes, straps/tapes, end seals, etc., shall be supplied and
installed to form a complete system.
.14 Concrete shall be poured in the formwork and vibrated into all void areas. A
1% slope, from east to west, shall be maintained over the entire length of the
Oil Containment slab to provide natural drainage toward the sump pit. The
concrete shall meet the concrete specification as indicated on the drawings
and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer. The minimum concrete cover
over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm (3”), all-around.
.15 The Oil Containment slab shall be smoothed using a power trowel. The slab
shall be protected from rain and allowed to cure for at least 48 hours.
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.16 During the site inspection of the Oil Containment slab by the Engineer, the
exact number and location of the control joints (saw cuts) shall be determined.
Control joints shall be cut to a depth of 50mm (2”). The control joints shall be
filled with an oil resistant, water-proof horizontal joint sealant, W.R.
Meadows Type Gardox Horizontal Joint Sealant, or approved equal.
.17 The entire surface of the Oil Containment slab and the surface and sides of the
Transformer pad shall be primed using a surface primer such as Concrete
Sealants Inc. ConSeal CS-300, or approved equal, and sealed with an oil
resistant, water-proof sealer such as Concrete Sealants Inc. Type ConSeal CS440, or approved equal.
.18 The excavated space shall be backfilled and compacted using the native
material. The backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density,
in 150mm (6”) layers. The top 450mm should remain excavated until the
embedded ground grid and other electrical and mechanical services are
installed.
3.8
INSTALLATION OF OIL/WATER SEPARATOR AND OIL CONTAINMENT DRAIN
VALVE CHAMBER
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1113, Rev. A01 shows in plan and elevation views,
the dimensions and details for the installation of the Oil/Water Separator and
Oil/Containment Drain Valve Chamber.
.2 The Oil/Water Separator shall be assembled from 1800mm diameter precast
concrete manhole sections comprising a mono base section, two intermediate
shaft sections and a top concrete cover complete with cast iron frame and
manhole cover, as supplied by Shaw Pipe or equal.
.3 The Oil Containment Drain Valve Chamber shall be assembled as one (1)
1800mm diameter precast concrete manhole section with an open base and a
top concrete cover complete with cast iron frame and manhole cover, as
supplied by Shaw Pipe or equal.
.4 The Oil/Water Separator and Oil Containment Drain Valve Chamber sites
shall be excavated to a depth not less than 150mm below the bottom elevation
of the mono base section. This June require breaking of bedrock. Refer to the
Geotechnical Investigation Report Data Sheet provided in Appendix A.
.5 A 150mm layer of NSDOTIR Class B gravel shall be supplied and compacted
to form the base for both the Oil/Water Separator and Oil/Containment Drain
Valve Chamber.
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.6 The water drain piping shall be installed as described in Section 4.4.
.7 The location of the inlet and outlet piping shall be determined by the drainage
slopes required by the substation topography.
.8 The inlet and outlet piping shall be grouted into place using waterproof / oil
resistant, non-shrink grout material.
.9 A 100mm diameter electrically operated butterfly ball valve assembly shall be
supplied and installed in the Oil Containment Drain Valve Chamber, as
indicated on the drawings and as fully described in Section 4.4. The electric
actuator shall be rated 120Vac, 1Ø, 60Hz.
.10 A 53mm diameter PVC rigid electrical conduit shall be installed between the
cable trench and the Oil Containment Drain Valve Chamber, as described in
Section 5.3.
.11 The excavated space shall be backfilled and compacted using the native
material. The backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density,
in 150mm (6”) layers. The top 450mm should remain excavated until the
embedded ground grid and other electrical and mechanical services are
installed.
3.9
INSTALLATION OF VOLTAGE MATCHING TRANSFORMERS PADS
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1114, Rev. A01 shows in plan and elevation views,
the dimensions, reinforcing steel layout and details for the construction of the
Voltage Matching Transformers pads.
.2 The Voltage Matching Transformers pad sites shall be excavated to the
specified elevation for the base of the concrete pad. This June require
breaking of bedrock. Refer to the Geotechnical Investigation Report Data
Sheet provided in Appendix A.
.3 The native soil shall be compacted to form the base for the Voltage Matching
Transformers pads.
.4 The Voltage Matching Transformers pads shall be formed, complete with
reinforcing steel and PVC conduits, as indicated on the drawings. Refer to
Section 5.2 for a detailed description of the underground conduit system.
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.5 Concrete shall be placed for the Voltage Matching Transformers pads and
vibrated into all void areas. The concrete shall meet the concrete specification
as indicated on the drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer.
The minimum concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm (3”), allaround. The surface of the transformer pad shall be smoothed. The concrete
shall be protected from rain and allowed to cure for at least 48 hours before
removing the forms.
.6 The excavated space shall be backfilled and compacted using the native
material. The backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density,
in 150mm (6”) layers.
3.10
INSTALLATION OF GROUNDING TRANSFORMERS PADS
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1115, Rev. A01 shows in plan and elevation views,
the dimensions, reinforcing steel layout and details for the construction of the
Grounding Transformers pads.
.2 The Grounding Transformers pad sites shall be excavated to the specified
elevation for the base of the concrete pad. This June require breaking of
bedrock. Refer to the Geotechnical Investigation Report Data Sheet provided
in Appendix A.
.3 The native soil shall be compacted to form the base for the Grounding
Transformers pads.
.4 The Grounding Transformers pads shall be formed, complete with reinforcing
steel and PVC conduits, as indicated on the drawings. Refer to Section 5.2 for
a detailed description of the underground conduit system.
.5 Concrete shall be placed for the Grounding Transformers pads and vibrated
into all void areas. The concrete shall meet the concrete specification as
indicated on the drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer. The
minimum concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm (3”), allaround. The surface of the transformer pad shall be smoothed. The concrete
shall be protected from rain and allowed to cure for at least 48 hours before
removing the forms.
.6 The excavated space shall be backfilled and compacted using the native
material. The backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density,
in 150mm (6”) layers.
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3.11
INSTALLATION OF STATION SERVICE TRANSFORMER PAD
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1116, Rev. A01 shows in plan and elevation views,
the dimensions, reinforcing steel layout and details for the construction of the
Station Service Transformer pad.
.2 The Station Service Transformer pad site shall be excavated to the specified
elevation for the base of the concrete pad. This June require breaking of
bedrock. Refer to the Geotechnical Investigation Report Data Sheet provided
in Appendix A.
.3 The native soil shall be compacted to form the base for the Station Service
Transformer pad.
.4 The Station Service Transformer pad shall be formed, complete with
reinforcing steel and PVC conduits, as indicated on the drawings. Refer to
Section 5.2 for a detailed description of the underground conduit system.
.5 Concrete shall be placed for the Station Service Transformer pad and vibrated
into all void areas. The concrete shall meet the concrete specification as
indicated on the drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer. The
minimum concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm (3”), allaround. The surface of the transformer pad shall be smoothed. The concrete
shall be protected from rain and allowed to cure for at least 48 hours before
removing the forms.
.6 The excavated space shall be backfilled and compacted using the native
material. The backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density,
in 150mm (6”) layers.
3.12
INSTALLATION OF STANDBY STATION SERVICE TRANSFORMER PAD
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1116, Rev. A01 shows in plan and elevation views,
the dimensions, reinforcing steel layout and details for the construction of the
NSPI Utility Service Transformer pad.
.2 The NSPI Utility Service Transformer pad site shall be excavated to the
specified elevation for the base of the concrete pad. This June require
breaking of bedrock. Refer to the Geotechnical Investigation Report Data
Sheet provided in Appendix A.
.3 The native soil shall be compacted to form the base for the NSPI Utility
Service Transformer pad.
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.4 The NSPI Utility Service Transformer pad shall be formed, complete with
reinforcing steel and PVC conduits, as indicated on the drawings. Refer to
Section 5.2 for a detailed description of the underground conduit system.
.5 Concrete shall be placed for the NSPI Utility Service Transformer pad and
vibrated into all void areas. The concrete shall meet the concrete specification
as indicated on the drawings and as reviewed and stamped by the Engineer.
The minimum concrete cover over reinforcing steel shall be 75mm (3”), allaround. The surface of the transformer pad shall be smoothed. The concrete
shall be protected from rain and allowed to cure for at least 48 hours before
removing the forms.
.6 The excavated space shall be backfilled and compacted using the native
material. The backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density,
in 150mm (6”) layers.
4.
INSTALLATION OF UNDERGROUND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS
4.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-1105, Rev. A01, 023-478-D-1113, Rev. A01 and
023-478-E-1131, Rev. A01 show in plan and elevation views, the dimensions,
layout and details for the construction of the underground drainage systems.
.2 All drains shall have a minimum slope of 2%, running from south to north
through the substation yard.
4.2
INSTALLATION OF CONTROL BUILDING DRAINAGE
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1131, Rev. A01 shows in plan and elevation views,
the dimensions and details for the construction of the control building
drainage system.
.2 A 150mm (6”) diameter main drain pipe shall be run between the north east
corner of the control building footing and the north end of the FORCE
property, outside the substation fence on the down-slope toward the Old Black
Rock Road.
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.3 The burial depth of the 150mm diameter drain pipe shall be as required to
provide a minimum slope of 2% over the length of the pipe. The pipe shall be
placed on a 75mm bed of compacted sand, then covered with a 75mm
compacted sand layer. The native excavated soil shall be used to backfill the
remainder of the trench. The backfill shall be compacted in 150mm intervals.
Warning tape, indicating “Buried Services” shall be installed above the drain
pipe, approximately 300mm below finished grade.
.4 Rip-rap shall be placed below the outlet of the drain pipe to prevent erosion of
the unprotected slope.
.5 As described in Section 2.2, 150mm diameter PVC perforated drain pipe shall
be installed around the perimeter of the footing/foundation and sloped to the
north side of the substation. The weeping tile shall be connected to the main
150mm diameter drain pipe, as indicated on the drawings. The weeping tile
shall be covered with NSDOTIR Class B gravel. The 100mm diameter
weeping tile shall be connected to the 150mm drain pipe using a 150mm100mm reducer fitting.
.6 Similarly, the 100mm diameter drain pipe serving as the exterior stairway
drain shall be connected to the 150mm drain pipe.
.7 A submersible sump pump shall be supplied and installed in the control
building basement sump pit. The submersible pump shall be float activated
and operate from a 120Vac, 15A, 1Ø circuit.
4.3
INSTALLATION OF CABLE TRENCH DRAINAGE
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1105, Rev. A01 shows in plan and elevation views,
the dimensions and details for the construction of the cable trench drainage
system.
.2 Section 6.2 describes the construction of the cable trench walls and base slab.
.3 At selected locations along the cable trench, 100mm (4”) diameter drain pipes
shall be installed prior to the concrete pour for the cable trench base slab. The
burial depth of the cable trench drain pipe shall be as required to provide a
minimum slope of 2% over the length of each pipe section. The pipe shall be
placed on a 75mm bed of compacted sand, and then covered with a 75mm
compacted sand layer. The native excavated soil shall be used to backfill the
remainder of the trench. The backfill shall be compacted in 150mm intervals.
.4 The cable trench drain pipes shall be connected to the main 150mm drain pipe
using 150mm-100mm reducer fittings.
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4.4
INSTALLATION OF OIL/WATER SEPARATOR DRAINAGE
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1113, Rev. A01 shows in plan and elevation views,
the dimensions and details for the construction of the oil/water separator
drainage system.
.2 Section 3.8 describes the installation of the oil/water separator and oil
containment drain valve chamber.
.3 A 100mm (4”) diameter inlet drain pipe shall be supplied and installed
between the oil containment slab and the oil/water separator. The burial depth
of the drain pipe shall be as required to provide a minimum slope of 2% over
the length of the pipe section. The pipe shall be placed on a 75mm bed of
compacted sand, and then covered with a 75mm compacted sand layer. The
native excavated soil shall be used to backfill the remainder of the trench.
The backfill shall be compacted in 150mm intervals.
.4 A 150mm (6”) diameter drain pipe shall be run between the oil/water
separator and the oil drain valve located in the oil containment drain valve
chamber.
.5 The inlet and outlet piping inside the oil/water separator shall be configured to
ensure that the inlet pipe is set above the maximum water level height and the
outlet pipe draws water from the bottom of the oil/water separator.
.6 The inlet and outlet piping shall be grouted into place using waterproof / oil
resistant, non-shrink grout material.
.7 A 150mm (6”) diameter drain pipe shall be run between the oil drain valve
and the north end of the FORCE property, outside the substation fence on the
down-slope toward the Old Black Rock Road. The burial depth of the 150mm
diameter drain pipe shall be as required to provide a minimum slope of 2%
over the length of the pipe. The pipe shall be placed on a 75mm bed of
compacted sand, then covered with a 75mm compacted sand layer. The native
excavated soil shall be used to backfill the remainder of the trench. The
backfill shall be compacted in 150mm intervals. Warning tape, indicating
“Buried Services” shall be installed above the drain pipe, approximately
300mm below finished grade.
.8 Rip-rap shall be placed below the outlet of the drain pipe to prevent erosion of
the unprotected slope.
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.9 A 150mm butterfly valve with flanged cast iron body, EPDM seat and coated
ductile iron disc per Bay Valve Series 31 shall be supplied and installed in the
oil containment drain valve chamber. The drain valve shall be equipped with
an electric actuator rated 120Vac, 60 Hz, 1Ø complete with On/Off control,
manual override, valve status display, self-regulating heater and two auxiliary
SPDT dry contact switches per Bray Series 70 R4 actuator.
.10 Self-regulating trace heating cable (Raychem type 15QTVR-CT system or
approved equal) shall be installed around selected sections of the drain pipe
system, as indicated on the drawings. The trace heating cable shall be
extended to include the water drain pipe running between the Oil Containment
slab, the Oil/Water Separator and the Oil Containment Drain Valve Chamber
and drain control valve located in the Oil Containment Drain Valve Chamber.
All necessary trace heating components, including power connectors,
splice/junction boxes, straps/tapes, end seals, etc., shall be supplied and
installed to form a complete system.
5.
INSTALLATION OF UNDERGROUND CONDUITS
5.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1106, Rev. A01 shows the location, arrangement and
Bill of Material with item numbers for the underground conduits to be located
inside the Substation Yard.
5.2
INSTALLATION OF CONDUITS TO/FROM SUBSTATION CONTROL BUILDING
.1 As described in Section 2.3.4, conduit sleeves shall be installed in the
Substation Control Building walls. Each of the conduit sleeves shall be
extended outside the building foundation and connected to PVC
conduits/ducts, sized per the conduit schedule.
.2 The 129mm and 103mm diameter conduits associated with the TISEC
Collector Circuits and the Utility and Telecoms Supply Circuits, located on
the south wall of the Control Building, will be supplied and installed by
Others and do not form part of this Contract.
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.3 The conduits running between the Control Building and the cable trench shall
be comprised of eight (8), 129mm (5”) ID PVC ducts, installed in a duct
spacer system complete with steel reinforcing, and encased in concrete.
.4 The conduits running between the Control Building and the Transformer
429N-T41 transformer pad shall be comprised of two (2), 129mm (5”) ID
PVC ducts, installed in a duct spacer system complete with steel reinforcing,
and encased in concrete.
.5 Duct spacers shall be installed every 1800mm (6’) to ensure ducts do not sag
during the concrete pour. The top of the duct spacer shall be a minimum of
1000mm (39”) below finished grade.
.6 10M steel reinforcing bars shall be installed longitudinally in the four corners
of each consecutive duct spacer to form a continuous reinforcing system.
10M steel reinforcing bars shall be added as required to strengthen the duct
bank.
.7 The duct bank shall be encased in concrete. The concrete mix data shall be
submitted for review by the Engineer prior to preparation of the first concrete
batch. The minimum compressive strength of the concrete shall be 30MPa
(4350psi) after 28 days. Test cylinders shall be obtained, and stored, at site
during the pour for each batch of concrete. The minimum concrete cover over
the duct spacers shall be 38mm (1-1/2”), all-around.
.8 The concrete encasement shall remain exposed to the air and allowed to cure
for at least 24 hours before backfilling with the native excavated material.
The backfilled material shall be compacted, to 95% Proctor Density, in
150mm (6”) lifts on layers.
.9 The conduits running between the Control Building and the transformer pads
located on the east side of the Control Building shall be comprised of direct
buried 129mm (5”) ID and 103mm (4”) ID PVC ducts.
.10 The conduits running between the Control Building and the substation lighting
poles shall be comprised of direct buried 129mm (5”) ID and 103mm (4”) ID
PVC ducts.
.11 On the inside wall of the Control Building cable tray vault and at the location
where the conduits rise above grade, each conduit/duct shall be clearly
identified, using a permanent marker system, with the duct ID number, as
indicated on the drawings.
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.12 Each duct shall be thoroughly swabbed to remove any dirt and foreign
material. A 3mm (1/8”) stranded polyethylene rope shall be installed in each
duct running between each cable vault.
.13 A continuous warning tape marker shall be laid approximately 300mm (12”)
below finished grade over the full length of each concrete encased and direct
buried conduit/duct bank.
5.3
INSTALLATION OF CONDUITS TO/FROM CABLE TRENCH
.1 As described in Section 6.2, conduit sleeves shall be installed in the cable
trench walls. Each of the conduit sleeves shall be extended beyond the cable
trench wall and connected to PVC conduits/ducts, sized per the conduit
schedule.
.2 The conduits running between the Control Building and the cable trench shall
be direct buried and comprised of eight (8), 129mm (5”) ID PVC ducts as
described in Section 5.2.
.3 The conduits running between the cable trench and yard lighting poles shall be
direct buried and consist of one (1), 53mm (2”) ID PVC ducts as described in
Section 5.4.
.4 The conduits running between the cable trench and the voltage transformer
concrete pad shall be direct buried and consist of one (1), 53mm (2”) ID PVC
ducts as indicated on the conduit schedule.
.5 The conduits running between the cable trench and the oil containment drain
valve chamber shall be direct buried and consist of one (1), 53mm (2”) ID
PVC ducts as indicated on the conduit schedule.
.6 The conduits shall be placed on a 75mm bed of compacted sand, and then
covered with a 75mm compacted sand layer. The native excavated soil shall
be used to backfill the remainder of the trench. The backfill shall be
compacted in 150mm intervals.
.7 The conduits running between the Control Building and the transformer pads
located on the east side of the Control Building shall be comprised of direct
buried 129mm (5”) ID and 103mm (4”) ID PVC ducts.
.8 The conduits running between the Control Building and the substation lighting
poles shall be comprised of direct buried 129mm (5”) ID and 103mm (4”) ID
PVC ducts.
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.9 On the inside wall of the Control Building cable tray vault and at the location
where the conduits riser above grade, each conduit/duct shall be clearly
identified, using a permanent marker system, with the duct ID number, as
indicated on the drawings.
.10 Each duct shall be thoroughly swabbed to remove any dirt and foreign
material. A 3mm (1/8”) stranded polyethylene rope shall be installed in each
duct running between each cable vault.
.11 A continuous warning tape marker shall be laid approximately 300mm (12”)
below finished grade over the full length of each concrete encased and direct
buried conduit/duct bank.
5.4
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION YARD LIGHTING CONDUITS
.1 As described in Section 10.8, a substation yard lighting system shall be
installed around the perimeter of the substation.
.2 Two (2), 53mm (2”) conduit sleeves will be provided in the control building
east foundation wall to serve the south east yard lighting pole and the internet
service providers transmitter/receiver. The yard lighting circuit conduit shall
be extended into the lighting pole junction box. The internet service provider
(ISP) conduit shall be extended up the pole, at least 3m above finished grade.
The open end of the conduit shall be sealed, following installation of the ISP
cable.
.3 One (1), 53mm (2”) conduit shall be supplied and installed between the south
east yard lighting pole and the north east yard lighting pole. The conduit shall
be extended into the lighting pole junction box.
.4 One (1), 53mm (2”) conduit shall be supplied and installed between the cable
trench and the north yard lighting pole. The conduit shall be extended into the
lighting pole junction box.
.5 One (1), 53mm (2”) conduit shall be supplied and installed between the cable
trench and the north west yard lighting pole. The conduit shall be extended
into the lighting pole junction box.
.6 One (1), 53mm (2”) conduit shall be supplied and installed between the cable
trench and the south yard lighting pole. The conduit shall be extended into the
lighting pole junction box.
.7 One (1), 53mm (2”) conduit shall be supplied and installed between the south
yard lighting pole and the south west yard lighting pole. The conduit shall be
extended into the lighting pole junction box.
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.8 On the inside wall of the Control Building cable tray vault, in the cable trench
and at the location where the conduits rise above grade, each conduit/duct
shall be clearly identified, using a permanent marker system, with the duct ID
number, as indicated on the drawings.
.9 Each duct shall be thoroughly swabbed to remove any dirt and foreign
material. A 3mm (1/8”) stranded polyethylene rope shall be installed in each
duct running between each cable vault.
.11 A continuous warning tape marker shall be laid approximately 300mm (12”)
below finished grade over the full length of each concrete encased and direct
buried conduit/duct bank.
6.
INSTALLATION OF CABLE TRENCH SYSTEM
6.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1105, Rev. A01 shows the location, arrangement and
Bill of Material with item numbers for the underground conduits to be located
inside the Substation Yard.
6.2
INSTALLATION OF CABLE TRENCH WALLS AND BASE SLAB
.1 The cable trench area shall be excavated to a depth not less than 500mm
below the elevation of the cable trench base slab. This June require breaking
of bedrock in some locations. Refer to the Geotechnical Investigation Report
Data Sheet provided in Appendix A.
.2 A 100mm layer of NSDOTIR Class B gravel shall be supplied and compacted
to form the base for the cable trench base slab and walls.
.3 The cable trench base slab and walls shall be formed, complete with
reinforcing steel, as indicated on the drawings. The inside wall of the cable
trench shall be provided with a 41mm x 42.5mm ledge for the installation of a
cable trench cover, as described in Section 6.3.
.4 100mm (4”) diameter drain pipes shall be installed in the cable trench base
slab at selected locations, as indicated on the drawings. Refer to Section 4.3.
.5 129mm (5”) and 3mm (2”) diameter conduit sleeves shall be installed in the
cable trench walls at selected locations, as indicated on the drawings. Refer to
Section 5.3.
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.6 Concrete shall be placed for the cable trench base slab and walls and vibrated
into all voids. A 1% slope, from south to north, shall be maintained over the
entire length of the base slab to provide natural drainage toward each of the
cable trench drains. The concrete mix data shall be submitted for review by
the Engineer prior to preparation of the first concrete batch. The minimum
compressive strength of the concrete shall be 30MPa (4350psi) after 28 days.
Test cylinders shall be obtained, and stored, at site during the pour for each
batch of concrete. The minimum concrete cover over the reinforcing steel
shall be 38mm (1-1/2”), all-around.
.7 The cable trench concrete shall be protected from rain and allowed to cure for
at least 24 hours before proceeding with the forming of the cable trench walls.
6.3
INSTALLATION OF CABLE TRENCH COVER
.1 A FRP cable trench cover system will be supplied and installed flush with the
top of the concrete cable trench walls.
.2 The composite fiberglass trench cover shall be a non-slip solid cover, molded
grating (dark grey) as manufactured by Fibergrate Composite Structures
(Contact: Tim MacKinnon-The Stoncor Group, Office:1-800-263-3112,
Cell:1-506-651-1991, Fax:1-506-657-9195, Email: [email protected] )
.3 The shape, width and length of each cover section shall be custom designed to
suit the cable trench. The Contractor shall forward a copy of the cable trench
design drawing to Fibergrate Composite Structures for their reference.
.4 Concrete inserts shall be supplied and installed in the concrete trench wall
(drilled and set into the concrete wall ledges) at 2 m intervals along the length
of the trench and at the 90° corners.
.5 Stainless steel hardware (clamps, bolts and washers) shall be used to secure
the Fibergrate cover to the concrete trench ledge.
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INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION EMBEDDED GROUND GRID
7.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-3021, Rev. A01 and 023-478-D-3023, Rev. A01
shows the location, arrangement and Bill of Material of the Substation
embedded ground grid.
7.2
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION EMBEDDED GROUND GRID SYSTEM
.1 Following installation of all underground services within the substation area,
including drainage systems, concrete foundations and equipment pads and
underground conduit systems, the surface of the substation site shall be graded
and compacted to an elevation of 62.35m± above mean sea level.
.2 The ground grid conductors shall be 4/0AWG stranded, bare copper
conductor, supplied by the Owner. The parallel north-south conductors and
the parallel east-west conductors shall cross at right angles and shall form a
5m x 5m grid, except as follows:
.1 ground grid conductors shall extend 1m beyond the substation
perimeter fence.
.2 ground grid conductors shall be located 1m off the Substation Control
Building walls.
.3 Ground grid conductors shall be located halfway between equipment
foundations/pads where a 5m spacing is not practical.
.3 At the intersection of each north-south and east-west ground grid conductor, a
4/0AWG to 4/0AWG copper compression cross-connector shall be used to
connect the conductors.
.4 19mm diameter x 3m long copper clad galvanized ground rods shall be
supplied and installed at twenty-seven (27) locations within the ground grid.
The ground rods shall be connected to the 4/0AWG copper ground conductor
using a conductor to rod copper compression connector. Two (2) of the
ground rods shall be accessible from the surface for testing purposes, by
placing an FRP ground electrode access enclosure directly above the ground
rods.
.5 At the location of each vehicular gate, the 4/0AWG copper ground grid
conductor shall extend 3000mm beyond the perimeter fence, as indicated on
the drawing.
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.6 At selected points within the ground grid, a 4/0AWG copper ground pigtail
shall be connected to the ground grid conductor using a 4/0AWG copper
compression tee-connector. The copper ground pigtail shall have a minimum
length of 3m and/or be of sufficient length to connect to the equipment ground
pad/ground bus, as indicated.
.7 At selected points around the Substation Control Building, 4/0AWG copper
ground pigtails shall be connected to the ground grid conductor using a
4/0AWG copper compression tee connector. The copper ground pigtails shall
be run into the Control Building cable tray vault through the 27mm conduit
sleeves provided in the foundation walls. The ground pigtails shall be of
sufficient length to connect to the copper ground buses mounted on the
interior walls of the cable tray vault.
.8 Following inspection of the ground grid by the Inspection Authority, the entire
embedded ground grid shall be covered with a minimum of 150mm of native
material and compacted to 95% Proctor Density.
.12 Ground grid resistance testing will be carried out by Strum Engineering with
the assistance of the Contractor.
8.
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION PERIMETER FENCE SYSTEM
8.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-1103, Rev. A01, 023-478-D-3022, Rev. A01 and
023-478-D-3032, Rev. A01 show the location, arrangement, details and Bill of
Material of the Substation perimeter fence system.
.2 The substation perimeter fence shall be supplied and installed to meet the
requirements of Section 26-300 and Section 36 of the Canadian Electrical
Code.
8.2
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION PERIMETER FENCE SYSTEMS
.1 The substation perimeter fence shall run parallel with the north-south and
east-west property lines to form an enclosed area measuring 60m x 70m. The
fence shall be setback 2500mm from the east, south and west property lines.
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.2 The substation perimeter fence shall consist of galvanized steel, chain-link
fence secured to galvanized steel corner and tangent posts, vehicular gates,
man gates and barbed wire.
.3 Galvanized steel corner, tangent and vehicular gate posts shall be installed in a
straight line between the four corners of the substation. The posts shall be
installed in concrete-filled sonotubes, installed at a minimum setting depth of
1000mm below finished grade. The minimum height above the finished
grade, excluding the barbed wire, shall be 1.8m.
.4 Galvanized steel vehicular gates, complete with a man gate, shall be supplied
and installed in the two locations indicated on the drawings.
.5 Galvanized steel chain link fence fabric shall be installed on the outside face
of the fence posts and secured to the fence posts using galvanized wire.
.6 Galvanized steel post caps c/w barbed wire support bracket shall be supplied
and installed on each fence post.
.7 Three rows of galvanized barbed wire shall be run through the barbed wire
support bracket and secured in place.
.8 “Danger-High Voltage” warning signs shall be supplied and installed at
horizontal intervals not exceeding 15m, in accordance with Section 36-006 of
the Canadian Electrical Code.
.3 The substation perimeter fence posts, vehicular and man gates, chain-link
fabric, top rail and barbed wire shall be grounded using copper conductor and
braided conductors as indicated on the drawings and as pursuant to Section
36-312.
8.3
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION INTERIOR FENCE SYSTEMS
.1 An interior fence system shall be supplied and installed on the north and east
sides of the substation Control Building to form an enclosed area which
provide access to the control building without allowing access to the main
substation yard.
.2 The substation interior fence shall consist of galvanized steel, chain-link fence
secured to galvanized steel corner and tangent posts.
.3 The posts shall be installed in concrete-filled sonotubes, installed at a
minimum setting depth of 1000mm below finished grade. The minimum
height above the finished grade shall be 1.8m. The posts in front of Rooms
103 and 104 shall be arranged to allow vehicular access to the control building
when the fence fabric is removed.
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.4 Galvanized steel chain link fence fabric shall be installed on the outside face
of the fence posts and secured to the fence posts using galvanized wire. The
fence fabric in front of Rooms 103 and 104 shall be designed to be removable
to allow vehicular access to the control building.
.5 Galvanized steel post caps c/w barbed wire support bracket shall be supplied
and installed on each fence post.
.6 The substation perimeter fence posts, vehicular and man gates, chain-link
fence fabric, top rail and barbed wire shall be grounded using copper
conductor and braided conductors as indicated on the drawings and as
pursuant to Section 36-312.
9.
FINAL SUBSTATION GRADING
9.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-1101, Rev. A01 shows the location, gravel layer
thickness and description of the gravel materials required to achieve the final
substation grade.
9.2
FINAL SUBSTATION GRADING
.1 Following the covering and compaction of native material over the embedded
ground grid, the installation of the substation perimeter fence posts and the
field testing of the ground grid to confirm that the ground grid resistance value
meets the design requirements, the Contractor June proceed with the
installation of substation surface gravel materials.
.2 A 300mm layer of NSDOTIR Class A gravel shall be installed over the
compacted native backfill. The Class A gravel shall extend a minimum of 2m
beyond the Substation perimeter fence line. The Class A gravel shall be
compacted, to 95% Proctor Density, in 150mm (6”) layers. The copper
ground pigtails shall secured above the concrete equipment pads during the
grading and compacting work.
.3 A 150mm layer of 19mm-25mm washed crushed stone shall be placed on the
surface of the compacted Class A gravel. The top layer shall remain lose and
shall not be compacted.
.4 The final substation grading materials shall extend 2500mm beyond the
substation perimeter fence.
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.5 The final finished grade elevation shall be 62.95mm±.
.6 The two (2) FRP ground grid access enclosures shall be installed directly
above the two (2) test point ground rods, as indicated on the drawings.
.7 An access walkway shall be provided on the exterior, east side of the
substation, between the FORCE property line and the substation perimeter
fence. The walkway shall extend from the north end vehicular gate to the
Control Building. The walkway shall be covered by NSDOTIR Class A
gravel. The purpose of the walkway is to provide personnel access to the
Control Building without entering the high voltage substation area.
10.
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION CONTROL BUILDING SERVICES
10.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-3031, Rev. A01 to 023-478-D-3040, Rev. A01,
show the location, details, schedules and Bill of Materials related to the
Substation Control Building electrical and mechanical services.
.2 Perform all work in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), the
National Building Code of Canada and any and all local ordinances and laws.
.3 Pay all permits and fees and obtain all inspections required by all laws,
ordinances, rules and regulations.
.4 All equipment and exposed non-current carrying metal conduits and parts
shall be grounded to meet the requirements of CEC and the authority having
jurisdiction. All conduits to have separate green ground wire in runs sized per
Table 16 of the CEC.
.5 Submit shop drawings/product data sheets for the disconnect switches,
automatic transfer switch, panelboards, transformers, lighting fixtures,
emergency lights, exit lights, unit heaters, air conditioning units, fire alarm
panel and associated devices, security panels and associated devices, junction
boxes and fuses.
.6 All wire and cable shall be copper & conform to the CEC, CSA, EEMAC,
ICEA and ASTM. Wiring insulation shall be XLPE, RW90, rated 600V.
Conductors and shall be colour coded or have individual conductor numbers.
.7 Panelboards shall have copper bus, ampacity as indicated on panel schedules,
and be mounted 1900mm to top of panel above finished floor.
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.8 Disconnect switches shall be of voltage and amperage as shown fused or
unfused as indicated. They shall be heavy duty safety switches, general
purpose enclosure type c/w fuses and lamicoid nameplates.
.9 Supply and install specification grade duplex receptacles shown on plan,
450mm above finished floor, unless otherwise noted.
10.2
PREPARATORY WORK CARRIED OUT BY OTHERS
The following preparatory work will be carried out by Others:
.1 Supply and installation of underground conduits between the location of the
NSPI standby station service transformer pad and the Control Building.
.2 Supply and installation of a 240/120V, 400A single phase revenue meter base
on the exterior wall of the Control Building.
.3 Supply and installation of insulated power conductors between the NSPI
standby station service transformer and the 240/120V, 400A single phase
revenue meter base on the exterior of the Control Building.
.4 Supply and installation of twelve (12), 35kV, 600A two-way deadbreak
separable junctions supplied and installed on the east interior walls in the
Control Building cable tray vault (basement level).
.5 Openings in the floors and basement walls to facilitate routing of cables and
ground conductors are indicated on Drawing No.’s 023-478-E-1131 and 023478-E-1132. All other openings that are required will be core drilled under
this contract.
10.3
INSTALLATION OF CONTROL BUILDING GROUNDING SYSTEMS
.1 As described in Section 7.2, 4/0 AWG copper conductors (pigtails) shall be
extended from the substation embedded ground grid to Substation Control
Building cable tray vault.
.2 Connections to the substation main ground grid are made by five (5), 4/0
AWG bare copper grounding conductors which enter the Control Building
cable tray vault through individual 27mm diameter conduit sleeves. These
grounding conductors shall be connected to the Control Building grounding
system at the basement level ground bars as indicated on the drawings.
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.3 Five (5) copper ground bus systems of varying lengths, consisting of 50mm
(2”) wide x 6mm (1/4”) thick copper bus bar and 600V polymer standoff
insulators complete with stainless steel mounting hardware shall be supplied
and installed in each of the main level Rooms, as indicated on drawings.
.4 The ground bus system on the main level shall be mounted 300mm (12”)
above the floor, in the locations indicated on the drawings.
.5 Two (2) copper ground bus systems, consisting of 50mm (2”) wide x 6mm
(1/4”) thick copper bus bar and 600V polymer standoff insulators complete
with stainless steel mounting hardware shall be supplied and installed on the
walls in the Control Building cable tray vault, as indicated on drawings.
.6 The ground bus system on the walls in the cable tray vault shall be mounted
300mm (12”) below the entry point of each grounding conductor conduit
sleeve, in the locations indicated on the drawings.
.7 The copper bus bar shall be drilled on site to suit the connection of grounding
and bonding conductor connectors.
.8 The main level ground bus bars shall each be connected to the cable tray vault
ground bus bars using two (2) 4/0 AWG green insulated copper conductors,
using 4/0 AWG copper one-hole, long-barrel crimp-type compression
connectors (Burndy Cat. No. YA28, or equal) and stainless steel hardware, as
indicated on the drawings. The 4/0 AWG conductors shall be connected on
opposite ends of each ground bar.
10.4
INSTALLATION OF CONDUIT AND CABLE TRAY SYSTEMS
1. Electrical Metallic Tubing (EMT) or rigid galvanized steel conduit shall be run
between electrical equipment as indicated on the drawings.
2. Conduit hanger supports shall be supplied and installed from the roof joists
using beam clamps.
3. Galvanized lock washers shall be used to secure the conduit to the equipment
enclosures.
4. Conduit bushing fittings shall be installed on the ends of the conduit to prevent
damage to the insulated conductors.
5. Aluminum, ladder type, cable tray shall be supplied and installed in the
Substation Control Building cable tray vault (basement) and in the Control
Building main level Rooms, as indicated on Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-3037,
Rev. A01, 023-478-D-3038, Rev. A01 and 023-478-D-3039, Rev. A01.
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6. Cable tray sections located in the Control Building cable tray vault shall be
supported on and secured to galvanized steel strut channels suspended from the
concrete ceiling using anchor bolts and concrete inserts.
7. Cable tray sections located in the Control Building main level Rooms shall be
supported on and secured to galvanized steel strut channels suspended from the
steel roof joists using beam clamps.
8. A bare copper 4/0AWG conductor shall be installed in a continuous run over the
full length of each cable tray assembly. The ground conductor shall be bonded to
each cable tray section using a copper cable tray ground connector. The end of the
cable tray grounding conductor shall be connected to one of the cable tray vault
ground buses using a 4/0AWG, copper, one-hole, long barrel crimp type
compression connector (Burndy Cat. No. YA28, or equal).
9. Warning signs marked “Danger - High Voltage” (Thomas & Betts Cat. No. BP0169) shall be attached at 10m intervals from all cable tray assemblies
designated to support power cables rated above 600V.
10.5
INSTALLATION OF CONTROL BUILDING ELECTRICAL SERVICES
.1 The building is designed to have two sources of 240/120V station service power to
provide the Control Building electrical services. The primary source will be from
a 100kVA padmount station service transformer (429N-T31). The standby,
secondary source will be from a 100kVA utility (NSPI) supplied and installed
padmount transformer and 240/120V, 400A single phase metered service.
.2 The Contractor shall arrange and pay for the provision of the NSPI standby
station service and revenue metering equipment between the riser pole on the
West Bay Road and The Substation Control Building.
.3 Plywood backboards (4’ high x ¾” thick x length as indicated), painted with
grey fire retardant paint, shall be supplied and installed on the interior walls
between metal framing channels provided by the building manufacturer. The
plywood backboards shall be sized to accommodate all electrical equipment
mounted on the interior building walls, as indicated on Drawing No. 023-478D-3031, Rev. A01.
.4 Two (2), 240Vac, 400A, 2-pole fused disconnect switches shall be supplied
and installed in Room 100 on the interior plywood backboard, as indicated on
the drawings.
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.5 One (1), 240Vac, 400A, 3 phase, 3-pole automatic transfer switch shall be
supplied and installed in Room 100 on the interior plywood backboard, as
indicated on the drawings.
.6 Supply and install a 60 circuit, 240/120V, 400A, 1 phase, 3 wire copper
panelboard (AC1), with 400A-2P main breaker and adequately sized branch
breakers, as indicated on the panel schedule, in Room 100 of the Substation
Control Building. Ground the panelboard enclosure to the building ground
bus.
.7 Supply and install a 100kVA, 13.8kV-240/120V, single phase, copper
winding, padmount distribution transformer (429N-T31), complete with 4 x
2½% taps (2 – FCAN and 2- FCBN), on the station service transformer pad,
as described in Section 16 and as indicated on the drawings. Ground the
transformer neutral to the substation ground bus with a 4/0AWG copper
conductor. Ground the distribution transformer ground bus to the substation
ground grid using the 4/0 AWG pigtails described in Section 7.2.
.8 Supply and install a 30 circuit, 240/120V, 100A, 1 phase, 3 wire copper
panelboard, complete with a 60A-2P main breaker and adequately sized
branch breakers, in each of the Rooms 101, 102, 103 and 104, as indicated on
the drawings. Ground the panelboard enclosure to the building ground bus.
.9 Supply and install 120V, fluorescent tube fixtures in the quantity and locations
required to provide a minimum light level of 50 lux in all working spaces.
The lighting system shall be controlled by a single pole toggle switch (surface
mounted) located at the entrance to each room of the Control Building.
.10 Supply and install electric, forced air, unit heaters, in the locations indicated
on the drawings. The unit heaters shall be 5000W, 240V – 1 phase, supplied
from each 240/120V panelboard. The unit heater shall be equipped with a
forced fan unit and shall have integral thermostat control to ensure a room
temperature between 10ºC to 25ºC.
.11 Supply and install 70W, 120V lighting fixtures on the exterior wall above
each mandoor and double equipment door, as indicated on the drawings. Each
lighting fixture shall be equipped with an integral photoelectric control circuit.
.12 Supply and install EXIT signs on the interior of each Room above the
mandoor and the double equipment door, as indicated on the drawings.
.13 Supply and install two (2) emergency lighting packs (battery units) in Rooms
100, 101 and 102 and one (1) emergency lighting pack in Rooms 103 and 104.
Connect the emergency lighting packs to the same circuit as the fluorescent
lighting fixtures.
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.14 Supply and install 125V, 15A, U-ground convenience receptacles, complete
with steel box and cover plate, on the interior walls (surface mounted), as
indicated on the drawings.
.15 Supply and install 125V, 15A, U-ground ground fault circuit interrupter
receptacles, complete with weatherproof enclosure, on the exterior walls
(surface mounted), as indicated on the drawings.
.16 Supply and install aluminum, ladder type, cable tray sections and fittings
between the 13.8kV switchgear and other equipment in Room 100, including
SCADA/Communication Panel P1, 125Vdc distribution panelboard DC1 and
the cable entry windows (openings) from the cable tray vault, as indicated on
the drawings.
.17 Supply and install a multi-zone security system control panel in Room 100 to
monitor the door intrusion alarms in Room 100, the individual security system
panels in Rooms 101, 102, 103 and 104, output alarm contacts from the fire
alarm panel and output status and alarm contacts from the SCADA/
Communication panel
.18 Supply and install a 10 zone conventional fire alarm panel in Room 100. The
fire alarm panel shall provide monitoring of smoke detectors in each main
level Room and in the cable tray vault (basement level).
.19 Supply and install a smoke detector on the ceiling (roof joist) near the center
of each Room, as indicated on the drawings. Each smoke detector shall be
connected to the fire alarm panel located in Room 100.
.20 Supply and install four (4) Pilot Cable junction boxes on the interior, south
wall of the cable tray vault (beside Pilot Cable Junction Box JB3). Each
junction box shall be fitted with a 600V, 50A, 6-pole heavy duty terminal
block (GE Cat. No. IKU6C, or equal).
.21 Supply and install type RW90 or XLPE insulated copper phase, neutral,
ground and bonding conductors in EMT or rigid galvanized steel conduit to
supply lighting and power distribution equipment within the Control Building.
Conductors shall be sized and colour-coded per the Canadian Electrical Code.
10.6
INSTALLATION OF CONTROL BUILDING MECHANICAL SERVICES
.1 Supply and install 5000W, 240V forced air unit heaters in each Control
Building Room, as indicated on the drawings. The unit heaters shall be
mounted approximately 3000mm above the finished floor; suspended from the
roof joists or by wall brackets, per the manufacturer’s instructions.
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.2 Supply each unit heater from panelboard AC1 using a 30A-2P (240V) branch
breaker and insulated copper conductors in EMT or rigid galvanized steel
conduit. Terminate the cable at the unit heater using flexible conduit to permit
adequate rotation of the unit heater.
.3 Supply and install a 10,800 BTU/hr (1 ton) air conditioning unit in each
Control Building Room, as indicated on the drawings. The air conditioning
units shall be mounted on the exterior building walls per the manufacturer’s
instructions and as indicated on the drawings.
.4 Inlet and Outlet openings shall be provided through the Control Building
walls, positioned per the manufacturer’s instructions.
.5 Supply each air conditioning unit from panelboard AC1 using a 15A-2P
(240V) branch breaker and insulated copper conductors in EMT or rigid
galvanized steel conduit.
.6 Supply and install a wall-mounted thermostat/controller remote from the air
conditioning unit. Ensure the thermostat/controller is located to provide
optimum cooling. Connect the thermostat/controller to the air conditioning
unit using the manufacturer’s recommended control cable.
10.7
INSTALLATION OF 125VDC STATION BATTERY SYSTEM
.1 FORCE has pre-purchased a 125Vdc station battery system consisting of: one
(1) 125Vdc, 152A-h VRLA station battery (60 cells) complete with intercell
battery cell terminal links and rack system and one (1) 125Vdc battery
charger. Refer to DC Schematic Drawing No. 023-478-D-3034, Rev. A01.
.2 The Contractor shall transport the station battery components to the Substation
Control Room.
.3 The sixty (60) battery cells shall be installed and secured in the battery rack in
the location indicated on the drawings. The individual battery cell terminals
shall be interconnected using the copper bus links supplied by the
manufacturer. The links shall be installed as specified by the manufacturer’s
assembly drawings.
.4 The battery charger shall be mounted on a plywood backboard, as indicated
on the drawings.
.5 The battery charger shall be supplied from a 15A-2P circuit in panelboard
AC1 using insulated conductors in EMT or rigid galvanized steel conduit.
.6 The output of the battery charger shall be connected to the 125Vdc station
battery using insulated conductors in EMT or rigid galvanized steel conduit.
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.7 The Contractor shall supply and install a 42 circuit, 240V, 225A, 1 phase, 2
wire copper panelboard (DC1), with 150A-2P, dc rated main breaker and
adequately sized, two pole branch breakers, as indicated on the panel
schedule. Panelboard DC1 shall be mounted on a plywood backboard in
Room 100, as indicated on the drawings. Ground the panelboard enclosure to
the Control Building ground bus.
.8 The battery shall be connected to Panelboard DC1 using insulated conductors
in EMT or rigid galvanized steel conduit.
.9 An eye wash station shall be supplied and installed near the station battery.
10.8
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION YARD LIGHTING SYSTEM
.1 The Contractor shall install six (6), Class 2 treated utility poles around the
inside perimeter of the substation fence in the locations indicated on Drawing
No. 023-478-D-3036, Rev. A01.
.2 Five (5) of the poles shall be 13.7m (45’) long and one (1) pole (southeast) shall
be 19.8m (65’) long. The top section of the southeast pole shall be used by the
Internet Service Provider (ISP) for mounting of high-speed internet antenna.
.3 Underground PVC conduits shall be supplied and installed as described in
Section 5.4.
.4 Two (2), 400W HPS lighting fixtures shall be mounted at an elevation of
11.1m (36.5’) above the substation finished grade. Each lighting fixture shall
be connected to a pole top junction box using SOOW equipment cable.
.5 A PVC junction box shall be supplied and installed on a plywood backboard
mounted on each lighting pole. The underground conduit shall rise into the
junction box utilizing an expansion joint fitting.
.6 The pole top junction box shall be connected to the lower junction box using
TECK cable attached to the pole using cable clamps.
.7 A lighting control panel shall be fabricated based on the control schematic and
the wiring diagram outlined on the drawings. The yard lighting circuits shall
be supplied from six (6), 120V branch circuits in Panleboard AC1. The
control panel and associated photocells shall be installed in the Substation
Control Building in the location indicated on the drawings.
.8 600V insulated tray cable shall be supplied and installed between the yard
lighting control panel and each of the yard lighting junction boxes, as
indicated on the drawings.
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ERECTION OF SUBSTATION STRUCTURAL STEEL
11.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-5000, Rev. A01 to 023-478-D-5010, Rev. A01,
inclusive, show the location, details, schedules and Bill of Materials related to
the Substation Structural Steel.
.2 Anchor bolts shall be supplied and installed as described in Sections 3.2, 3.3,
3.4 and 3.6.
11.2
MATERIAL SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER
.1 All structural steel members will be designed, fabricated, galvanized and
delivered to site by Others.
.2 Each structural steel member will be identified with a unique tag per the Bill
of Material list for that structural steel item.
11.3
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION STRUCTURAL STEEL
.1 The steel members and components which make up the A-Frame Deadend
structure shall be erected to form a complete assembly.
.2 The steel members and components which make up the Lightning (Surge)
Arresters and Inductive Voltage Transformers (429N-PT41) support structure
shall be erected to form a complete assembly.
.3 The steel members and components which make up the two (2) 138kV
Isolating Switches (429N-401A and 429N-401B) and their support structures
shall be erected to form two complete assemblies. Note the different
orientation of each isolating switch with respect to circuit breaker (429N401).
.4 The steel members and components which make up the Lightning (Surge)
Arresters support structure at the transformer shall be erected to form a
complete assembly.
.5 Each structural steel column shall be bonded to the substation ground grid
using the 4/0AWG bare copper pigtail provided and described in Section 7.2.
Supply and install a copper mechanical connector (Burndy Cat. No. CL2929,
or equal) on each structural steel grounding pad. Apply oxide-inhibiting
compound (Burndy Penetrox or equal) to all outdoor electrical connections.
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ERECTION OF SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT
12.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-1103, Rev. A01, 023-478-D-5000, Rev. A01, 023478-D-5001, Rev. A01, 023-478-D-3901, Rev. A01 and 023-478-D-3902,
Rev. A01 show the location, details, schedules, nameplates and Bill of
Materials related to the Substation Power Distribution Equipment.
.2 Anchor bolts shall be supplied and installed as described in Sections 3.2, 3.3,
3.4 and 3.6.
12.2
MATERIAL SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER
.1 The major pieces of power distribution equipment, including the lightning
(surge) arresters, inductive voltage transformers, 138kV group-operated
isolating switches, 138kV circuit breaker and 5000kVA power transformer
have been pre-purchased and will be delivered to site by the Owner.
12.3
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT
.1 Suspension insulators (designed and rated for 138kV transmission line service
– minimum leakage distance of 25mm/kV (3450mm)) shall be supplied and
installed on the A-Frame Deadend structure crossarm, as indicated on the
drawings.
.2 Three (3), 21kV (17kV MCOV) lightning (surge) arresters shall be mounted
on the Lightning (Surge) Arresters support structure. A 4/0AWG bare copper
grounding conductor shall be run and connected to the ground terminal of
each lightning (surge) arrester and the substation ground grid. The grounding
conductor shall be as short and as straight as possible between points of
connection.
.3 A NEMA 4 junction box shall be supplied and installed mounted on the east
column (Grid C5) of the Inductive Voltage Transformer support structure.
The junction box shall house the terminal blocks and fuses associated with
each of the voltage transformer secondary circuits. Refer to Drawing No. 023478-D-3024, Rev. A01.
.4 Three (3), 14.4kV-120/72V inductive voltage transformers shall be mounted
on the Inductive Voltage Transformer support structure.
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.5 Two (2) 138kV group-operated isolating switches (429N-401A and 429N401B) shall be mounted on their respective steel support structures, in
accordance with the manufacturer’s installation instructions. The Contractor
shall adjust the operating mechanism so that the three independent switch
blades open and close in synchronism.
.6 A gradient control (grounding) mat shall be supplied and installed at the base
of the handle operator of each 138kV isolation switch. The gradient mat,
switch operating handle and switch support structure shall be interconnected
using multi-stranded, extra-flexible PVC insulated conductors, as indicated on
the drawings. Copper ferrules shall be supplied and installed on the end of
each switch mounted grounding conductor.
.7 The 138kV Circuit Breaker (429N-401) shall be installed on the circuit
breaker foundation and secured to the concrete pad using the anchor bolts
supplied and installed as described in Section 3.5. The circuit breaker support
frame shall be adjusted to provide the minimum vertical clearances specified
on Drawing No. 023-478-D-5000.
.8 A key interlock system shall be supplied and installed to provide a
mechanical/electrical interlock between each of the 138kV group-operated
isolating switches and the 138kV circuit breaker. The key interlock scheme
shall be a two key scheme (Key A1 and Key B1) which will prevent the
opening of either 138kV isolating switch without first opening and locking out
the circuit breaker. An electrical Key Switch A1B1 (Key A1 and Key B1),
consisting of two (2) independent, 125Vdc, 10Adc rated, key operated
contacts, shall be supplied and installed in the circuit breaker control cabinet
and wired to the circuit breaker trip circuit as indicated on the circuit breaker
dc schematic diagram. Key Interlock A1 shall be a bolt-action mechanical
interlock which shall be mounted on a bracket provided on the Isolating
Switch 429N-401A operating shaft/mechanism. Key Interlock B1 shall be a
bolt-action mechanical interlock which shall be mounted on a bracket
provided on the Isolating Switch 429N-401B operating shaft/mechanism. Key
A1 and Key B1 shall be held in Key Switch A1B1 at the circuit breaker. The
operation of either Key A1 or Key B1 will result in the tripping and locking
out of Circuit Breaker 429N-401. When Key A1 and Key B1 have been
removed from Key Switch A1B1, each key can be used to open mechanical
Key Interlocks A1 and B1 thus allowing each switch to be open.
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.9 Three (3), 21kV (17kV MCOV) lightning (surge) arresters shall be mounted
on the Lightning (Surge) Arresters support structure located beside the
transformer oil containment basin. A 4/0AWG bare copper grounding
conductor shall be run and connected to the ground terminal of each lightning
(surge) arrester and to the substation ground grid. The grounding conductor
shall be as short and as straight as possible between points of connection.
.10 The 5000kVA, 24.94/14.4kV-13.8/8kV power transformer shall be installed
on the transformer foundation/pad, as indicated on the drawings. The two (2),
129mm PVC conduits shall be extended into the transformer 13.8kV terminal
box utilizing expansion fittings. At two diagonally opposite corners, the
transformer shall be bonded to the substation ground grid using the 4/0AWG
bare copper pigtail provided and described in Section 7.2. Supply and install
a two-hole, long-barrel copper compression connector (Burndy Cat. No.
YA28-2N, or equal) on each transformer tank grounding pad. Apply oxideinhibiting compound (Burndy Penetrox or equal) to all outdoor electrical
connections.
13.
INTERCONNECTION OF SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT
13.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-1103, Rev. A01, 023-478-D-5000, Rev. A01, 023478-D-5008, Rev. A01 and 023-478-D-3901, Rev. A01show the location,
details and Bill of Materials related to the aluminum tubular bus and ACSR
conductors used to interconnect the primary terminals of the Substation Power
Distribution Equipment.
.2 Galvanized steel or stainless steel hardware, including bolts, nuts, lock
washers and flat washers shall be supplied as necessary to secure the
aluminum tubular bus and ACSR conductors to the substation equipment.
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13.2
FABRICATION OF ALUMINUM TUBULAR BUS ASSEMBLIES
.1 The Contractor shall fabricate two (2) tubular bus assemblies, as indicated on
Drawing No. 023-478-D-5008, Rev. A01.
.2 Each tubular bus assembly shall consist of 103mm (4”), Schedule 40 electrical
grade aluminum pipe, sealed on both ends and fitted with welded or bolted-on
termination pads (4-hole NEMA pattern). A length of 556.5kcmil ACSR
conductor shall be inserted into each tubular bus prior to sealing the ends.
.3 The first tubular bus assembly (3 units) shall be installed between the
lightning (surge) arresters located at Grid B-3/B-4/B-5 and the line side
terminals of 138kV Isolating Switch 429N-401A. 4-hole NEMA pattern
terminal pads and fittings shall be supplied and installed in the locations
indicated on the drawings.
.4 The second tubular bus assembly (3 units) shall be installed between the line
side terminals of 138kV Isolating Switch 429N-401B and the lightning (surge)
arresters located at Grid G-3/G-4/G-5. 4-hole NEMA pattern terminal pads
and fittings shall be supplied and installed in the locations indicated on the
drawings.
13.3
INTERCONNECTION OF SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT
.1 The Contractor shall supply and install the aluminum tubular bus assemblies,
as indicated on the drawings, using stainless steel hardware.
.2 Supply and install 556.5kcmil (DOVE) ACSR conductors between the
suspension insulators mounted on the A-Frame Deadnend Structure and the
aluminum tubular bus assembly located at Grid B-3/B-4/B-5. 4-hole, long
barrel aluminum compression connectors (Homac Cat. No. SAL650-4N, or
equal) shall be supplied for connection to the aluminum tubular bus terminal
pad using stainless steel hardware. Sufficient length shall be allowed at the
deadend suspension insulators to make two (2) AMPACT connections to the
NSPI transmission line conductors. Apply oxide-inhibiting compound
(Burndy Penetrox or equal) to all outdoor electrical connections.
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.3 Supply and install 556.5kcmil (DOVE) ACSR conductors between the load
side terminals of 138kV Isolating Switch 429N-401A and the line side
bushings of the 138kV Circuit Breaker 429N-401. 4-hole, long barrel
aluminum compression connectors (Homac Cat. No. SAL650-4N, or equal)
shall be supplied for connection to the isolating switch terminal pads and to
the circuit breaker bushing pads, using stainless steel hardware. Apply oxideinhibiting compound (Burndy Penetrox or equal) to all outdoor electrical
connections.
.4 Supply and install 556.5kcmil (DOVE) ACSR conductors between the load
side bushings of the 138kV Circuit Breaker 429N-401 and the line side
terminals of 138kV Isolating Switch 429N-401B. 4-hole, long barrel
aluminum compression connectors (Homac Cat. No. SAL650-4N, or equal)
shall be supplied for connection to the isolating switch terminal pads and to
the circuit breaker bushing pads, using stainless steel hardware. Apply oxideinhibiting compound (Burndy Penetrox or equal) to all outdoor electrical
connections.
.5 Supply and install 556.5kcmil (DOVE) ACSR conductors between the
aluminum tubular bus terminal pad located at Grid G-3/G-4/G-5 and the
primary bushings of the 5000kVA power transformer. 4-hole, long barrel
aluminum compression connectors (Homac Cat. No. SAL650-4N, or equal)
shall be supplied for connection to the aluminum tubular bus terminal pads
and to the transformer bushings, using stainless steel hardware. Apply oxideinhibiting compound (Burndy Penetrox or equal) to all outdoor electrical
connections.
.6 Supply and install two (2) horizontal, 25kV interphase spacers (K-Line
Insulators TD-IPS, or equal) between each 556.5kcmil (DOVE) ACSR
conductor drop lead running from the aluminum tubular bus terminal pad
located at Grid G-3/G-4/G-5 and the primary bushings of the 5000kVA power
transformer.
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INSTALLATION OF 13.8kV SWITCHGEAR ASSEMBLY
14.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-3002, Rev. A05, 023-478-D-3032, Rev. A01 and
023-478-D-3901, Rev. A01 show the location, details, cable schedule and Bill
of Materials related to the 13.8kV Switchgear Assembly.
.2 The 13.8kV switchgear assembly has been pre-purchased by FORCE and
consists of six x 914mm cubicles, complete with circuit breakers, protection,
control and metering equipment. The 13.8kV switchgear assembly will be
shipped in two (2) pieces, each consisting of three cubicles. The approximate
dimensions of the total switchgear assembly are: 5486mm wide x 2388mm
high x 2388mm deep. The total weight is approximately 11,105kg. The
switchgear manufacturer shall supply all necessary hardware and instructions
to connect the two shipping sections.
14.2
INSTALLATION OF 13.8kV SWITCHGEAR ASSEMBLY
.1 The Contractor shall receive the 13.8kV Switchgear Assembly from FORCE
and install on the concrete floor of the Substation Control Building.
.2 The 13.8kV switchgear assembly shall be positioned in the Control Building
as indicated on the drawings. The switchgear assembly shall be aligned to be
plump and level. The switchgear assembly shall be bolted to the concrete
floor, using stainless steel bolts and concrete inserts, at the four corners of the
switchgear.
.3 Install 4/0AWG bare copper conductors through the 25mm floor conduit
sleeves and terminate each end of the conductors on the switchgear ground
bus and on the Control Building ground bus, using one-hole, long-barrel
copper crimp type compression connectors.
.4 Install the circuit breaker test cabinet on the interior wall (plywood
backboard) of the Control Building, as indicated on the drawings. Supply and
install the feeder cable from 125Vdc Panelboard DC1 to the circuit breaker
test cabinet.
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INSTALLATION OF 13.8kV COLLECTOR CIRCUIT GROUNDING
TRANSFORMERS
15.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-E-3002, Rev. A05, 023-478-D-3032, Rev. A01, 023478-D-3037, Rev. A01 and 023-478-D-3901, Rev. A01 Drawing Nos. 023478-D-1101, Rev. A01 show the location, details, cable schedule and Bill of
Materials related to the Grounding Transformers required on 13.8kV collector
circuits.
.2 The four (4), 225kVA, 13.8/7.97kV-600V grounding transformers have been
pre-purchased by FORCE. The approximate dimensions of the each
grounding transformer are: 1862mm wide x 1694mm high x 1324mm deep.
The total weight is approximately 2260kg.
15.2
INSTALLATION OF 13.8kV COLLECTOR CIRCUIT GROUNDING TRANSFORMERS
.1 The Contractor shall receive the four (4), 225kVA Grounding Transformers
from FORCE and install on the concrete transformer pads, located outdoors
on the east side of the Substation Control Building.
.2 The 225kVA grounding transformers shall be positioned on the transformer
pads, as indicated on the drawings.
.3 Terminate the two (2) 4/0AWG bare copper ground grid pigtail conductors
provided and described in Section 7.2 on the transformer ground bus, using
one-hole, long-barrel copper crimp type compression connectors.
16.
SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF STATION SERVICE TRANSFORMER
16.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-E-3002, Rev. A05, 023-478-D-3032, Rev. A01, 023478-D-3037, Rev. A01 and 023-478-D-3901, Rev. A01 show the location,
details, cable schedule and Bill of Materials related to the 100kVA Station
Service Transformer 429N-ST31.
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16.2
STATION SERVICE TRANSFORMER SPECIFICATION
.1 The Contractor shall supply one (1), 100kVA, 13.8kV-240/120V outdoor
padmount station service transformer based on the following specification:
.2
.3
.4
.5
.6
.1 Single-phase, dead front, sealed-tank, mineral-oil immersed, self-cooled,
pad-mounted, compartmental-type distributions transformer in accordance
with CSA C227.3-06.
.2 100kVA, 60Hz
.3 13.8kV primary, 95kV BIL
.4 240/120V secondary, 10kV BIL
.5 4 – 2 at 2.5% above nominal and 2 at 2.5% below nominal
.6 Copper windings and internal connections
.7 65°C average temperature rise
.8 Standard impedance per CSA C227.3-06
.9 Tamper-resistant, NEMA 3R enclosure
.10 Codes and Standards: CSA C227.3-06 and applicable standards in the
IEEE C57.12 series
The transformer shall be furnished with a medium voltage compartment
located on the left and a low voltage compartment on the right. The medium
voltage connections shall be via bushing wells and deadbreak separable
connector system. The low voltage connections will be via 1000V bushings,
each fitted with a 4-hole NEMA pattern tin-plated copper alloy terminal pad.
The transformer tank shall be sealed tank design and constructed of heavy
gauge steel with welded seams. Tank design shall include sufficient
expansion volume to allow operation under full load conditions. The main
cover shall be welded onto the tank.
The insulating fluid shall be Voltesso 35, or equal, certified to contain no
detectable PCB’s (<1 PPM) at the time of shipment and the nameplate shall be
so labeled.
The transformer shall be self-cooled.
Tank grounding provisions shall consist of two ground pads welded to the
tank wall on diagonally opposite corners.
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.7 The transformer shall be furnished with a non-corrosive diagrammatic
nameplate, permanently attached with non-corrosive hardware. The
diagrammatic nameplate shall include the name of the manufacturer of the
equipment as well as the location where the transformer was manufactured
and tested. The nameplate shall contain all connection and rating information
in accordance with CSA C227.3-06, plus the type and quantity of fluid, and
the date of manufacture.
.8 The transformer painting system shall be in compliance with IEEE C57.12.28.
.9 The transformer shall receive all standard routine tests as required by CSA
C227.3-06. A certified test report shall be submitted and shall contain the test
data for the transformer serial number. The certified test report shall as a
minimum contain the data as specified in CSA C227.3-06.
.10 The transformer shall have the following ancillary devices: Oil level/fill plug,
self-actuating pressure relief device, oil drain plug, cabinet compartment
locking and tamper proof features, CSA safety labels.
.11 Shop drawings shall be submitted to the Engineer for review prior to the start
of manufacturing.
.12 Final drawings and a detailed operating and maintenance manual shall be provided.
16.3
INSTALLATION OF THE STATION SERVICE TRANSFORMER
.1 The 100kVA station service transformer 429N-ST31 shall be positioned on
the station service transformer pad, as indicated on the drawings.
.2 Terminate the two (2) 4/0AWG bare copper ground grid pigtail conductors
provided and described in Section 7.2 on the transformer ground bus, using
one-hole, long-barrel copper crimp type compression connectors.
17.
PROVISION OF UTILITY SERVICES
17.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-1103, Rev. A05, 023-478-E-3002, Rev. A01, 023478-D-3037, Rev. A01 and 023-478-D-3901, Rev. A01 show the location,
details, cable schedule and Bill of Materials related to the 100kVA Utility
Standby Station Service, the Telephone (Land Line) Service and the HighSpeed Internet Service.
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17.2
PROVISION OF NSPI 240/120V STANDBY STATION SERVICE
.1 Arrange and pay for the provision of NSPI standby station service equipment
between the riser pole on the West Bay Road and the Substation Control
Building.
.2 The standby station service shall be 240/120V, 400A, 60Hz, single phase, 3wire supplied from an NSPI owned and supplied outdoor padmount
transformer.
.3 The utility standby transformer pad shall be provided as described in Section
3.11.
.4 The primary (2400V) NSPI circuit shall utilize the underground, concrete
encased duct banks and utility supply vaults previously installed by Others
between the riser pole on the West Bay Road and the NSPI Utility Service
Transformer pad and between the NSPI Utility Service Transformer pad and
the 240/120V, 400A revenue meter base located on the exterior south wall of
the Control Building. The revenue meter base will be supplied and installed
by Others.
.5 Arrange and pay for the installation of a revenue meter and commercial
account with NSPI, which shall be transferable to FORCE following
substantial completion of the work.
17.3
PROVISION OF BELL-ALIANT TELEPHONE SERVICE
.1 Arrange and pay for the provision of Bell-Aliant telephone service equipment
between the riser pole on the West Bay Road and the Substation Control
Building. This shall include the supply and installation of a multi-conductor
telephone cable, telephone junction box and termination strips.
.2 The telephone equipment shall allow for a minimum of six (6) individual
voice and six (6) individual data circuits.
.3 Supply and install a non-metallic, telephone junction box on the interior wall
(plywood backboard) of the Control Building, as indicated on the drawings.
The telephone junction box shall be fitted with a steel back panels for the
mounting of a telephone cable terminal strip by Bell-Aliant. A small copper
ground bus mounted on standoff insulators shall be provided on back panel of
the junction box.
.4 A 6AWG green PVC insulated grounding conductor shall be connected from
the telephone junction box ground bus to the Control Building ground bus.
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.5 27mm diameter EMT shall be supplied and installed between the telephone
junction box and the plywood backboard in each Room on the main floor of
the Control Building, as indicated on the drawings, for the future installation
of a land-line telephone system by Others.
17.4
PROVISION OF HIGH-SPEED INTERNET SERVICE
.1 Arrange and pay for the provision of high-speed, wireless internet service
from SeaSide High-Speed Inc., the local Internet Service Provider (ISP).
.2 The high-speed internet service shall include initial site signal strength testing,
WiFi base-station unit, WiFi client unit, WiFi antenna unit, network switch,
installation, configuration and testing.
.3 Space will be provided in the SCADA/Communication Panel P1 to house the
high-speed internet equipment.
.4 27mm EMT shall be supplied and installed between the SCADA/
Communication Panel P1 and the plywood backboard in each Room on the
main floor of the Control Building, as indicated on the drawings, An RJ45
receptacle shall be supplied and installed in a surface mounted device box on
the plywood backboard in each room. A Cat 6 cable shall be installed
between the SCADA/Communication Panel P1and each RJ45 internet
receptacle and terminated at both ends.
18.
INSTALLATION OF PROTECTION, CONTROL AND SCADA/
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM PANELS
18.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing No. 023-478-D-3032, Rev. A01 shows the location, details, cable
schedule and Bill of Materials related to the Protection, Control and
SCADA/Communication Panels.
.2 For this phase of the project, one (1) Protection and Control Panel and one (1)
SCADA/Communication Panel will be fabrication by Others and delivered to
the Substation Control Building. Space shall be allowed for three (3)
additional panels for future installation beside the panels installed as part of
this phase of the project.
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18.2
INSTALLATION OF PROTECTION, CONTROL AND SCADA/
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM PANELS
.1 The Contractor shall receive the two (2) Protection, Control and
SCADA/Communication Panels, namely SCADA/Communication Panel P1
and 25kV Protection and Control Panel P3, from FORCE and install on the
concrete floor of the Substation Control Building.
.2 Panel P1 and Panel P3 shall be positioned in the Control Building, as
indicated on the drawings. Provide a space between the two panels equal to
the width of the panel plus 25mm. The Panels shall be aligned to be plumb
and level. The Panels shall be bolted to the concrete floor, using stainless
steel bolts and concrete inserts, at two opposite corners of each Panel.
.3 Install 4/0AWG bare copper conductors through the 27mm floor conduit
sleeves and terminate each end of the conductors on the Panel ground bus and
on the Control Building ground bus, using one-hole, long-barrel copper crimp
type compression connectors.
.4 Install the GPS Antenna (supplied by Others) (part of the SEL protection relay
clock synchronization system) on the exterior wall of the Control Building.
Install the Gas Tube Surge Protector (supplied by Others) on the interior wall
of the Control Building, as directed by the Engineer.
19.
INSTALLATION AND TERMINATION OF POWER, CONTROL AND
SCADA/COMMUNICATION SYSTEM CABLES
19.1
GENERAL
.1 Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-3901, Rev. A01 and 023-478-D-3905, Rev. A01 to
023-478-D-3910, Rev. A01, inclusive, show the cable schedule and Bill of
Materials related to the installation and termination of Electrical and
SCADA/Communication Equipment Cables.
.2 Several types of cables are specified for this project, as indicated on the Cable
Schedules. The Contractor shall provide the cable type specified for each
application, unless otherwise directed by the Engineer.
.3 Similarly, cable glands shall be provided which are suitable for use with each
distinct type of cable.
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19.2
INSTALLATION AND TERMINATION OF 13.8kV POWER CABLES
.1 The Contractor shall supply and install all power cables and accessories
required to interconnect the 13.8kV power distribution system equipment, as
indicated on Dwg. No. 023-478-E-3002, Single Line Diagram.
.2 Three (3), 350kcmil, 15kV, 133% XLPE insulated shielded conductors shall
be run between the main incoming section (101B) of the 13.8kV switchgear
assembly and the 5MVA power transformer, via the cable tray vault and
129mm conduit T1. 350kcmil, 2-hole, long barrel copper crimp type
compression connectors shall be supplied and installed on the end of each
conductor. 15kV synthetic terminations shall be supplied and installed on
each conductor. The cable shield shall be grounded at the 13.8kV switchgear
(source) end and isolated at the transformer (load) end of each conductor.
Conductors shall be identified by colored tape (A=H1=Red, B=H2=Yellow,
C=H3=Blue).
.3 Three (3), 350kcmil, 15kV, 133% XLPE insulated shielded conductors shall
be run between each of the four (4) switchgear cells (102B, 103B, 104B and
105B) in the 13.8kV Switchgear Assembly and each collector circuit 225kVA
grounding transformer (429N-GT411, 429N-GT412, 429N-GT413, 429NGT414), via the cable tray vault and 129mm conduits H1, H2, H3 and H4. 2
AWG, 2-hole, long barrel copper crimp type compression connectors shall be
supplied and installed on the end of each conductor. 15kV synthetic
terminations shall be supplied and installed on each conductor. The cable
shield shall be grounded at the 13.8kV switchgear (source) end and isolated at
the grounding transformer (load) end of each conductor. Conductors shall be
identified by colored tape (H1=Red,H2=Yellow, H3=Blue).
.4 Two (2), 2 AWG, 15kV, 133% XLPE insulated shielded conductors shall be
run between the Station Service feeder (106B) of the 13.8kV switchgear
assembly and the 100kVA Station Service transformer 429N-ST31, via the
cable tray vault and 129mm conduit S1. 2 AWG, 2-hole, long barrel copper
crimp type compression connectors shall be supplied and installed on the end
of each conductor. 15kV synthetic terminations shall be supplied and
installed on each conductor. The cable shield shall be grounded at the 13.8kV
switchgear (source) end and isolated at the station service transformer (load)
end of each conductor. Conductors shall be identified by colored tape
(H1=Red,H2=Black).
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19.3
INSTALLATION AND TERMINATION OF 240/120V POWER CABLES
.1 The Contractor shall supply and install all power cables and accessories
required to interconnect the 240/120V station service equipment, as indicated
on Drawing No. 023-478-D-3034, Rev. A01 and Cable Schedule Drawing No.
023-478-D-3903, Rev. A01.
.2 Three (3), 500kcmil, 1kV, XLPE insulated conductors shall be run between
the Station Service transformer 429N-ST31 and 240/120V, 400A fused
disconnect switch 429N-101. 500kcmil, 2-hole, long barrel copper crimp type
compression connectors shall be supplied and installed on the transformer end
of each conductor. Conductors shall be identified by colored single phase
conductors (X1=L1=Red, X3=L2=Black, X2=N=White).
.3 Three (3), 500kcmil, 1kV, XLPE insulated conductors shall be run between
the NSPI Utility Station Service transformer and the 240/120V, 400A revenue
meter base. 500kcmil, 2-hole, long barrel copper crimp type compression
connectors shall be supplied and installed on the transformer end of each
conductor. NSPI will make the cable connections at the NSPI transformer.
Conductors shall be identified by colored single phase conductors
(X1=L1=Red, X3=L2=Black, X2=N=White).
.4 Three (3), 500kcmil, 1kV, XLPE insulated conductors shall be run between
the load terminals of the NSPI revenue meter base (standby source) and
240/120V, 400A fused disconnect switch 429N-102. 500kcmil, 2-hole, long
barrel copper crimp type compression connectors shall be supplied and
installed on the transformer end of each conductor. Conductors shall be
identified by colored single phase conductors (L1=Red, L2=Black, N=White).
.5 Three (3), 500kcmil, 1kV, XLPE insulated conductors shall be run between
the load terminals of 240/120V, 400A fused disconnect switch 429N-101 and
the “Normal” terminals of the 240/120V, 400A Automatic Transfer Switch
and between the load terminals of 240/120V, 400A fused disconnect switch
429N-102 and the “Emergency” terminals of the 400A Automatic Transfer
Switch. Conductors shall be identified by colored single phase conductors
(L1=Red, L2=Black, N=White).
.6 Three (3), 500kcmil, 1kV, XLPE insulated conductors shall be run between
the “Load” terminals of the 240/120V, 400A Automatic Transfer Switch and
the main incoming circuit breaker of Panelboard AC1. Conductors shall be
identified by colored single phase conductors (L1=Red, L2=Black, N=White).
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.7 Supply, install and terminate all other cables and accessories associated with
the 240/120Vac branch circuits supplied from 240/120Vac distribution
Panelboard AC1, including all building services, Circuit Breaker 429N-401
heater circuits, 5MVA Transformer 429N-T41 fan control and auxiliary
circuits, Oil Containment drain valve control circuit, Protection, Control and
SCADA/ Communication Panel circuits and Substation Yard lighting circuits,
and any other equipment or devices requiring 240/120Vac power.
19.4
INSTALLATION AND TERMINATION OF 125VDC CABLES
.1 The Contractor shall supply and install all cables and accessories required to
interconnect the 125Vdc equipment, as indicated on Drawing No. 023-478-D3034, Rev. A01 and Cable Schedule Drawing No. 023-478-D-3904, Rev.
A01.
.2 Two (2), 2/0 AWG, 1kV, XLPE insulated conductors shall be run between the
125Vdc Station Battery and the main incoming circuit breaker of 125Vdc
Panelboard DC1. 2/0 AWG, 1-hole, long barrel copper crimp type
compression connectors shall be supplied and installed on the “+POS” and “NEG” battery terminal end of each conductor. Conductors shall be identified
by colored tape (Pos (+) = Red, Neg (-) = Black).
.3 Supply, install and terminate all other cables and accessories associated with
the 125Vdc branch circuits supplied from 125Vdc Panelboard DC1, including
feeds to the 13.8kV switchgear assembly, circuit breaker test cabinet, Circuit
Breaker 429N-401 protection and control circuits, 5MVA Transformer 429NT41 protection and control circuits and Protection, Control and SCADA/
Communication Panel circuits. Future 125Vdc circuits to Rooms 101, 102,
103 and 104 are not included in this work.
19.5
INSTALLATION AND TERMINATION OF PROTECTION AND CONTROL CABLES
.1 The Contractor shall supply and install all cables and accessories required to
interconnect and integrate the protection and control systems of the Substation
power distribution equipment, as indicated on Cable Schedule Drawing Nos.
023-478-D-3905, Rev. A01 to 023-478-D-3909, Rev. A01, inclusive.
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.2 Two (2) x 4C, 10 AWG 300V, XLPE insulated tray cables shall be run and
terminated between the Voltage Transformer Junction Box 429N-JB1 and
Protection and Control Panel P3. One cable is designated for the each voltage
transformer secondary winding circuit.
.3 Four (4) x 4C, 10 AWG 300V, XLPE insulated tray cables shall be run and
terminated between Circuit Breaker 429N-401 and Protection and Control
Panel P3. One 4C cable is designated for each set of three bushing current
transformers.
.4 One (1) x 20C, 14 AWG 300V, XLPE insulated tray cable shall be run and
terminated between Circuit Breaker 429N-401 and Protection and Control
Panel P3. This cable is designated for circuit breaker protection and control
circuits.
.5 Four (4) x 2C, 10 AWG 300V, XLPE insulated tray cables shall be run
between 5MVA Transformer 429N-T41 and Protection and Control Panel P3.
One 2C cable is designated for each current transformer.
.6 One (1) x 20C, 14 AWG 300V, XLPE insulated tray cable shall be run and
terminated between 5MVA Transformer 429N-T41 and Protection and
Control Panel P3. This cable is designated for transformer protection and
control circuits.
.7 Two (2) x 20C, 14 AWG 300V, XLPE insulated tray cable shall be run and
terminated between the 13.8kV Switchgear Assembly (Section 101A) and
Protection and Control Panel P3. These cables are designated for protection
and control circuits.
.8 One (1) x 2C, 10 AWG 300V, XLPE insulated tray cable shall be run and
terminated between each 225kVA grounding transformer and its respective
13.8kV Switchgear Assembly feeder breaker section (429N-GT411 to 102B,
429N-GT412 to 103B, 429N-GT413 to 104B, 429N-GT414 to 105B). Each
2C cable is designated for the current transformer circuit of the grounding
transformer.
.9 One (1) x 4C, 10 AWG 300V, XLPE insulated, shielded tray cables shall be
run and terminated between Pilot Cable Junction Box JB3 and each of
Junction Boxes JB3-A, JB3-B, JB3-C and JB3-D.
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19.6
INSTALLATION AND TERMINATION OF SCADA/COMMUNICATION CABLES
.1 The Contractor shall supply and install all cables and accessories required to
interconnect and integrate the SCADA and Communication systems of the
Substation power distribution equipment, as indicated on Cable Schedule
Drawing No. 023-478-E-3007, Rev. A01 to 023-478-D-3910, Rev. A01,
inclusive.
.2 One (1) x 20C, 14 AWG 300V, XLPE insulated tray cable shall be run
between Circuit Breaker 429N-401 and SCADA/Communication Panel P1.
This cable is designated for circuit breaker status and alarm circuits.
.3 One (1) x 20C, 14 AWG 300V, XLPE insulated tray cable shall be run
between 5MVA Transformer 429N-T41 and SCADA/Communication Panel
P1. This cable is designated for transformer status and alarm circuits.
.4 One (1) x 12C, 14 AWG 300V, XLPE insulated tray cable shall be run
between each 225kVA grounding transformer and SCADA/Communication
Panel P1. Each cable is designated for transformer status and alarm circuits.
.5 One (1) x 12C, 14 AWG 300V, XLPE insulated tray cable shall be run
between the 100kVA Station Service transformer 429N-ST31 and
SCADA/Communication Panel P1. This cable is designated for transformer
status and alarm circuits.
.6 One (1) x 12C, 14 AWG 300V, XLPE insulated tray cable shall be run
between the Oil Containment Drain Control Valve Chamber and SCADA/
Communication Panel P1. This cable is designated for drain valve control and
status indication.
.7 RG-6 coaxial cable (Schweitzer SEL-C960, or equal) shall be supplied,
installed and terminated between the Schweitzer GPS Antenna and the Gas
Tube Surge Protector and between the Gas Tube Surge Protector and the
Schweitzer SEL-3354 located in SCADA/Communication Panel P1, as
indicated on the Cable Schedules.
.8 Serial communication cables (Schweitzer SEL-C273A, or equal) shall be
supplied, installed and terminated between the Schweitzer protection relays
mounted in Protection and Control Panel P3 and the Schweitzer SEL-3354
located in SCADA/Communication Panel P1, as indicated on the Cable
Schedules.
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.9 Serial communication cables (Schweitzer SEL-C273A, or equal) shall be
supplied, installed and terminated between the Schweitzer SEL-2470, located
in SCADA/Communication Panel P1, and the SEL-351 protection relays,
located in the 13.8kV switchgear assembly, as indicated on the Cable
Schedules.
.10 Serial communication cables (Schweitzer SEL-C273A, or equal) shall be
supplied, installed and terminated between the Schweitzer SEL-2470, located
in SCADA/Communication Panel P1, and the SEL-501 protection relays,
located in Protection and Control Panel P3, as indicated on the Cable
Schedules.
.11 Cat 6 Ethernet cables shall be supplied, installed and terminated between each
of the 13.8kV switchgear assembly mounted Schweitzer SEL-351 protection
relays and the Schweitzer SEL-3354 located in SCADA/Communication
Panel P1, as indicated on the Cable Schedules.
.12 Cat 6 Ethernet cables shall be supplied, installed and terminated between each of
the 13.8kV Switchgear Assembly mounted ION 7650 revenue meters and the
Schweitzer SEL-3354 located in SCADA/Communication Panel P1, as indicated
on the Cable Schedules.
.13 Cat 6 Ethernet cables shall be supplied, installed and terminated between the
Ethernet switch/router located in the SCADA/Communication Panel P1 and
the RJ45 receptacles located in each Control Building Room, as indicated on
the Cable Schedules.
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20.
TESTING AND COMMISSIONING
.1 The Contractor shall assist Strum Engineering Associates Ltd. personnel during the
testing and commissioning of the Substation Power Distribution Equipment and
Control Building Services Equipment.
.2 The Contractor should allow a total of 300 hours of labour to assist in the testing
program.
21.
CABLE TAGS AND EQUIPMENT NAMEPLATES
.1 The Contractor shall supply and install new lamicoid nameplates (white face, black
lettering) for all new electrical equipment, junction boxes and power distribution
circuits installed as part of this project. Refer to Drawing Nos. 023-478-D-3024, Rev.
A01 and 023-478-D-3902, Rev. A01.
.2 Metal cable ID tag shall be attached at both ends of all power, control, SCADA and
communication cables.
.3 Lamicoid nameplate lettering shall be subject to review and acceptance by the
Engineer.
22.
AS-BUILT DRAWINGS
.1 Immediately after completion of the construction program, the Contractor shall
provide, to the Engineer, one set of red-marked design drawings for this project
indicating As-Built information.
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SUBSTATION DEVELOPMENT
APPENDIX A
PERTINENT INFORMATION FROM THE
GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION FINAL REPORT
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ISSUE DATE: June 2011
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SUBSTATION DEVELOPMENT
APPENDIX B
CCDC 2 – STIPULATED PRICE CONTRACT DOCUMENT
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ISSUE DATE: June 2011
CONTRACT NO. 023-478-7-11
2
2
stipulated price contract
2 0 0 8
FUNDY OCEAN RESEARCH CENTER FOR ENERGY (FORCE)
IN-STREAM TIDAL POWER GENERATING PLANT
SUBSTATION DEVELOPMENT - CONTRACT No. 023-478-7-11
Apply a CCDC 2 copyright seal here. The application
of the seal demonstrates the intention of the party
proposing the use of this document that it be an
accurate and unamended form of CCDC 2 - 2008
except to the extent that any alterations, additions or
modifications are set forth in supplementary conditions.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
AGREEMENT BETWEEN OWNER AND CONTRACTOR
A-1 The Work
A-2 Agreements and Amendments
A-3 Contract Documents
A-4 Contract Price
A-5 Payment
A-6 Receipt of and Addresses for Notices in Writing
A-7 Language of the Contract
A-8 Succession
DEFINITIONS
1. Change Directive
2. Change Order
3. Construction Equipment
4. Consultant
5. Contract
6. Contract Documents
7. Contract Price
8. Contract Time
9. Contractor
10. Drawings
11. Notice in Writing
12. Owner
13. Place of the Work
14. Product
15. Project
16. Provide
17. Shop Drawings
18. Specifications
19. Subcontractor
20. Substantial Performance of the Work
21. Supplemental Instruction
22. Supplier
23. Temporary Work
24. Value Added Taxes
25. Work
26. Working Day
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF THE STIPULATED PRICE CONTRACT
PART 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS
GC 1.1 Contract Documents
GC 1.2 Law of the Contract
GC 1.3 Rights and Remedies
GC 1.4 Assignment
PART 2 ADMINISTRATION OF THE CONTRACT
GC 2.1 Authority of the Consultant
GC 2.2 Role of the Consultant
GC 2.3 Review and Inspection of the Work
GC 2.4 Defective Work
PART 3 EXECUTION OF THE WORK
GC 3.1 Control of the Work
GC 3.2 Construction by Owner or Other Contractors
GC 3.3 Temporary Work
GC 3.4 Document Review
GC 3.5 Construction Schedule
GC 3.6 Supervision
GC 3.7 Subcontractors and Suppliers
GC 3.8 Labour and Products
GC 3.9 Documents at the Site
GC 3.10 Shop Drawings
GC 3.11 Use of the Work
GC 3.12 Cutting and Remedial Work
GC 3.13 Cleanup
PART 4 ALLOWANCES
GC 4.1 Cash Allowances
GC 4.2 Contingency Allowance
PART 5 PAYMENT
GC 5.1 Financing Information Required of the Owner
GC 5.2 Applications for Progress Payment
GC 5.3 Progress Payment
GC 5.4 Substantial Performance of the Work
GC 5.5 Payment of Holdback upon Substantial Performance of the Work
GC 5.6 Progressive Release of Holdback
GC 5.7 Final Payment
GC 5.8 Withholding of Payment
GC 5.9 Non-conforming Work
PART 6 CHANGES IN THE WORK
GC 6.1 Owner’s Right to Make Changes
GC 6.2 Change Order
GC 6.3 Change Directive
GC 6.4 Concealed or Unknown Conditions
GC 6.5 Delays
GC 6.6 Claims for a Change in Contract Price
PART 7 DEFAULT NOTICE
GC 7.1 Owner's Right to Perform the Work, Terminate the Contractor’s Right to
Continue with the Work or Terminate the Contract
GC 7.2 Contractor's Right to Suspend the Work or Terminate the Contract
PART 8 DISPUTE RESOLUTION
GC 8.1 Authority of the Consultant
GC 8.2 Negotiation, Mediation and Arbitration
GC 8.3 Retention of Rights
PART 9 PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY
GC 9.1 Protection of Work and Property
GC 9.2 Toxic and Hazardous Substances
GC 9.3 Artifacts and Fossils
GC 9.4 Construction Safety
GC 9.5 Mould
PART 10 GOVERNING REGULATIONS
GC 10.1 Taxes and Duties
GC 10.2 Laws, Notices, Permits, and Fees
GC 10.3 Patent Fees
GC 10.4 Workers' Compensation
PART 11 INSURANCE AND CONTRACT SECURITY
GC 11.1 Insurance
GC 11.2 Contract Security
PART 12 INDEMNIFICATION, WAIVER OF CLAIMS AND WARRANTY
GC 12.1 Indemnification
GC 12.2 Waiver of Claims
GC 12.3 Warranty
The Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC) is a national joint
committee responsible for the development, production and review of standard
Canadian construction contracts, forms and guides. Formed in 1974 the CCDC is
made up of volunteer representatives from:
Public Sector Owners
Private Sector Owners
Canadian Bar Association (Ex-Officio)
* The Association of Canadian Engineering Companies
* The Canadian Construction Association
* Construction Specifications Canada
* The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
*Committee policy and procedures are directed and approved by the four constituent
national organizations.
CCDC 2 is the product of a consensus-building process aimed at balancing the
interests of all parties on the construction project. It reflects recommended industry
practices. CCDC 2 can have important consequences. The CCDC and its
constituent member organizations do not accept any responsibility or liability for
loss or damage which may be suffered as a result of the use or interpretation of
CCDC 2.
CCDC Copyright 2008
Must not be copied in whole or in part without the written permission of the CCDC.
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AGREEMENT BETWEEN OWNER AND CONTRACTOR
For use when a stipulated price is the basis of payment.
This Agreement made on the
day of
in the year 2011 .
by and between the parties
FUNDY OCEAN RESEARCH CENTER FOR ENERGY (FORCE)
hereinafter called the "Owner"
and
hereinafter called the "Contractor"
The Owner and the Contractor agree as follows:
ARTICLE A-1 THE WORK
The Contractor shall:
1.1
perform the Work required by the Contract Documents for _____________________________________________________
IN-STREAM TIDAL POWER GENERATING PLANT - SUBSTATION DEVELOPMENT
insert above the name of the Work
located at ____________________________________________________________________________________________
BLACK ROCK, NOVA SCOTIA (10km WEST OF PARRSBORO, NS)
insert above the Place of the Work
for which the Agreement has been signed by the parties, and for which ___________________________________________
STRUM ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES LTD.
insert above the name of the Consultant
is acting as and is hereinafter called the "Consultant" and
1.2
do and fulfill everything indicated by the Contract Documents, and
1.3
day of
in the year 2011 and, subject to adjustment in Contract
commence the Work by the
30th
day
Time as provided for in the Contract Documents, attain Substantial Performance of the Work, by the
of
SEPT. in the year 2011 .
ARTICLE A-2 AGREEMENTS AND AMENDMENTS
2.1
The Contract supersedes all prior negotiations, representations or agreements, either written or oral, relating in any manner
to the Work, including the bidding documents that are not expressly listed in Article A-3 of the Agreement - CONTRACT
DOCUMENTS.
2.2
The Contract may be amended only as provided in the Contract Documents.
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ARTICLE A-3 CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
3.1
The following are the Contract Documents referred to in Article A-1 of the Agreement - THE WORK:
−
−
−
*
Agreement between Owner and Contractor
Definitions
The General Conditions of the Stipulated Price Contract
THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS SHALL BE PROVIDED BY XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX:
1. A PERFORMANCE BOND OR CERTIFIED CHEQUE (PAYABLE TO "FUNDY OCEAN RESEARCH CENTER FOR
ENERGY") IN THE AMOUNT OF 10% OF THE CONTRACT PRICE, $XXX,XXX.XX, TO BE HELD IN TRUST
UNTIL SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION OF THE WORK.
THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED BY FUNDY OCEAN RESEARCH CENTER FOR ENERGY:
1. DETAILED SCOPE OF WORK CONTRACT No. 023-478-7-11
2. CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SET SERIES 023-478, REV. C01
*
(Insert here, attaching additional pages if required, a list identifying all other Contract Documents e.g. supplementary
conditions; information documents; specifications, giving a list of contents with section numbers and titles, number of pages
and date; material finishing schedules; drawings, giving drawing number, title, date, revision date or mark; addenda, giving
title, number, date)
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CCDC 2 – 2008 except to the extent that any alterations, additions or modifications are set forth in supplementary conditions.
ARTICLE A-4 CONTRACT PRICE
4.1
The Contract Price, which excludes Value Added Taxes, is:
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
/100 dollars
4.2
Value Added Taxes (of
15
XXXXX.XX
$
XXXX.XX
$
XXXXX.XX
%) payable by the Owner to the Contractor are:
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
________________________________________________________________
/100 dollars
4.3
$
Total amount payable by the Owner to the Contractor for the construction of the Work is:
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
/100 dollars
4.4
These amounts shall be subject to adjustments as provided in the Contract Documents.
4.5
All amounts are in Canadian funds.
ARTICLE A-5 PAYMENT
5.1
Subject to the provisions of the Contract Documents, and in accordance with legislation and statutory regulations respecting
holdback percentages and, where such legislation or regulations do not exist or apply, subject to a holdback of
TEN
10
percent (
%), the Owner shall:
.1 make progress payments to the Contractor on account of the Contract Price when due in the amount certified by the
Consultant together with such Value Added Taxes as may be applicable to such payments, and
.2 upon Substantial Performance of the Work, pay to the Contractor the unpaid balance of the holdback amount when due
together with such Value Added Taxes as may be applicable to such payment, and
.3 upon the issuance of the final certificate for payment, pay to the Contractor the unpaid balance of the Contract Price
when due together with such Value Added Taxes as may be applicable to such payment.
5.2
In the event of loss or damage occurring where payment becomes due under the property and boiler insurance policies,
payments shall be made to the Contractor in accordance with the provisions of GC 11.1 – INSURANCE.
5.3
Interest
.1 Should either party fail to make payments as they become due under the terms of the Contract or in an award by
arbitration or court, interest at the following rates on such unpaid amounts shall also become due and payable until
payment:
(1) 2% per annum above the prime rate for the first 60 days.
(2) 4% per annum above the prime rate after the first 60 days.
Such interest shall be compounded on a monthly basis. The prime rate shall be the rate of interest quoted by
BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA
(Insert name of chartered lending institution whose prime rate is to be used)
.2
for prime business loans as it may change from time to time.
Interest shall apply at the rate and in the manner prescribed by paragraph 5.3.1 of this Article on the settlement amount
of any claim in dispute that is resolved either pursuant to Part 8 of the General Conditions – DISPUTE RESOLUTION
or otherwise, from the date the amount would have been due and payable under the Contract, had it not been in dispute,
until the date it is paid.
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ARTICLE A-6 RECEIPT OF AND ADDRESSES FOR NOTICES IN WRITING
6.1
Notices in Writing will be addressed to the recipient at the address set out below. The delivery of a Notice in Writing will be by
hand, by courier, by prepaid first class mail, or by facsimile or other form of electronic communication during the transmission
of which no indication of failure of receipt is communicated to the sender. A Notice in Writing delivered by one party in
accordance with this Contract will be deemed to have been received by the other party on the date of delivery if delivered by
hand or courier, or if sent by mail it shall be deemed to have been received five calendar days after the date on which it was
mailed, provided that if either such day is not a Working Day, then the Notice in Writing shall be deemed to have been received
on the Working Day next following such day. A Notice in Writing sent by facsimile or other form of electronic communication
shall be deemed to have been received on the date of its transmission provided that if such day is not a Working Day or if it is
received after the end of normal business hours on the date of its transmission at the place of receipt, then it shall be deemed to
have been received at the opening of business at the place of receipt on the first Working Day next following the transmission
thereof. An address for a party may be changed by Notice in Writing to the other party setting out the new address in accordance
with this Article.
Owner
FUNDY OCEAN RESEARCH CENTER FOR ENERGY (FORCE)
name of Owner*
P.O. Box 2573, HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA
B3J 3N5
address
N/A
[email protected] (Frank LeBlanc)
facsimile number
email address
Contractor
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
name of Contractor*
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
address
902-XXX-XXX
facsimile number
[email protected]
email address
Consultant
STRUM ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES LTD.
name of Consultant*
80 EILEEN STUBBS AVE., DARTMOUTH, NOVA SCOTIA
B3B 1Y6
address
902-468-1908
facsimile number
[email protected] (Richard McCarthy)
email address
* If it is intended that the notice must be received by a specific individual, that individual’s name shall be indicated.
ARTICLE A-7 LANGUAGE OF THE CONTRACT
7.1
When the Contract Documents are prepared in both the English and French languages, it is agreed that in the event of any
apparent discrepancy between the English and French versions, the
# Complete this statement by striking out inapplicable term.
7.2
English
/
French
# language shall prevail.
This Agreement is drawn in English at the request of the parties hereto. La présente convention est rédigée en anglais à la
demande des parties.
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CCDC 2 – 2008 except to the extent that any alterations, additions or modifications are set forth in supplementary conditions.
ARTICLE A-8 SUCCESSION
8.1
The Contract shall enure to the benefit of and be binding upon the parties hereto, their respective heirs, legal representatives,
successors, and assigns.
In witness whereof the parties hereto have executed this Agreement by the hands of their duly authorized representatives.
SIGNED AND DELIVERED
in the presence of:
WITNESS
OWNER
FUNDY OCEAN RESEARCH CENTER FOR ENERGY
(FORCE)
name of owner
signature
signature
name of person signing
name and title of person signing
signature
signature
name of person signing
name and title of person signing
WITNESS
CONTRACTOR
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
name of Contractor
signature
signature
name of person signing
name and title of person signing
signature
signature
name of person signing
name and title of person signing
N.B.
Where legal jurisdiction, local practice or Owner or Contractor requirement calls for:
(a) proof of authority to execute this document, attach such proof of authority in the form of a certified copy of a resolution
naming the representative(s) authorized to sign the Agreement for and on behalf of the corporation or partnership; or
(b) the affixing of a corporate seal, this Agreement should be properly sealed.
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DEFINITIONS
The following Definitions shall apply to all Contract Documents.
1.
Change Directive
A Change Directive is a written instruction prepared by the Consultant and signed by the Owner directing the Contractor to
proceed with a change in the Work within the general scope of the Contract Documents prior to the Owner and the
Contractor agreeing upon adjustments in the Contract Price and the Contract Time.
2.
Change Order
A Change Order is a written amendment to the Contract prepared by the Consultant and signed by the Owner and the
Contractor stating their agreement upon:
- a change in the Work;
- the method of adjustment or the amount of the adjustment in the Contract Price, if any; and
- the extent of the adjustment in the Contract Time, if any.
3.
Construction Equipment
Construction Equipment means all machinery and equipment, either operated or not operated, that is required for preparing,
fabricating, conveying, erecting, or otherwise performing the Work but is not incorporated into the Work.
4.
Consultant
The Consultant is the person or entity engaged by the Owner and identified as such in the Agreement. The Consultant is the
Architect, the Engineer or entity licensed to practise in the province or territory of the Place of the Work. The term
Consultant means the Consultant or the Consultant's authorized representative.
5.
Contract
The Contract is the undertaking by the parties to perform their respective duties, responsibilities and obligations as
prescribed in the Contract Documents and represents the entire agreement between the parties.
6.
Contract Documents
The Contract Documents consist of those documents listed in Article A-3 of the Agreement - CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
and amendments agreed upon between the parties.
7.
Contract Price
The Contract Price is the amount stipulated in Article A-4 of the Agreement - CONTRACT PRICE.
8.
Contract Time
The Contract Time is the time stipulated in paragraph 1.3 of Article A-1 of the Agreement - THE WORK from
commencement of the Work to Substantial Performance of the Work.
9.
Contractor
The Contractor is the person or entity identified as such in the Agreement. The term Contractor means the Contractor or the
Contractor's authorized representative as designated to the Owner in writing.
10.
Drawings
The Drawings are the graphic and pictorial portions of the Contract Documents, wherever located and whenever issued,
showing the design, location and dimensions of the Work, generally including plans, elevations, sections, details, and diagrams.
11.
Notice in Writing
A Notice in Writing, where identified in the Contract Documents, is a written communication between the parties or between
them and the Consultant that is transmitted in accordance with the provisions of Article A-6 of the Agreement – RECEIPT
OF AND ADDRESSES FOR NOTICES IN WRITING.
12.
Owner
The Owner is the person or entity identified as such in the Agreement. The term Owner means the Owner or the Owner's
authorized agent or representative as designated to the Contractor in writing, but does not include the Consultant.
13.
Place of the Work
The Place of the Work is the designated site or location of the Work identified in the Contract Documents.
14.
Product
Product or Products means material, machinery, equipment, and fixtures forming the Work, but does not include
Construction Equipment.
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contract if the document cover page bears a CCDC 2 copyright seal to demonstrate that it is intended by the parties to be an accurate and unamended version of
CCDC 2 – 2008 except to the extent that any alterations, additions or modifications are set forth in supplementary conditions.
15.
Project
The Project means the total construction contemplated of which the Work may be the whole or a part.
16.
Provide
Provide means to supply and install.
17.
Shop Drawings
Shop Drawings are drawings, diagrams, illustrations, schedules, performance charts, brochures, Product data, and other data
which the Contractor provides to illustrate details of portions of the Work.
18.
Specifications
The Specifications are that portion of the Contract Documents, wherever located and whenever issued, consisting of the written
requirements and standards for Products, systems, workmanship, quality, and the services necessary for the performance of the
Work.
19.
Subcontractor
A Subcontractor is a person or entity having a direct contract with the Contractor to perform a part or parts of the Work at
the Place of the Work.
20.
Substantial Performance of the Work
Substantial Performance of the Work is as defined in the lien legislation applicable to the Place of the Work. If such
legislation is not in force or does not contain such definition, or if the Work is governed by the Civil Code of Quebec,
Substantial Performance of the Work shall have been reached when the Work is ready for use or is being used for the
purpose intended and is so certified by the Consultant.
21.
Supplemental Instruction
A Supplemental Instruction is an instruction, not involving adjustment in the Contract Price or Contract Time, in the form of
Specifications, Drawings, schedules, samples, models or written instructions, consistent with the intent of the Contract
Documents. It is to be issued by the Consultant to supplement the Contract Documents as required for the performance of
the Work.
22.
Supplier
A Supplier is a person or entity having a direct contract with the Contractor to supply Products.
23.
Temporary Work
Temporary Work means temporary supports, structures, facilities, services, and other temporary items, excluding Construction
Equipment, required for the execution of the Work but not incorporated into the Work.
24.
Value Added Taxes
Value Added Taxes means such sum as shall be levied upon the Contract Price by the Federal or any Provincial or Territorial
Government and is computed as a percentage of the Contract Price and includes the Goods and Services Tax, the Quebec
Sales Tax, the Harmonized Sales Tax, and any similar tax, the collection and payment of which have been imposed on the
Contractor by the tax legislation.
25.
Work
The Work means the total construction and related services required by the Contract Documents.
26.
Working Day
Working Day means a day other than a Saturday, Sunday, statutory holiday, or statutory vacation day that is observed by the
construction industry in the area of the Place of the Work.
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GENERAL CONDITIONS OF THE STIPULATED PRICE CONTRACT
PART 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS
GC 1.1 CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
1.1.1
The intent of the Contract Documents is to include the labour, Products and services necessary for the performance of the
Work by the Contractor in accordance with these documents. It is not intended, however, that the Contractor shall supply
products or perform work not consistent with, not covered by, or not properly inferable from the Contract Documents.
1.1.2
Nothing contained in the Contract Documents shall create any contractual relationship between:
.1 the Owner and a Subcontractor, a Supplier, or their agent, employee, or other person performing any portion of the
Work.
.2 the Consultant and the Contractor, a Subcontractor, a Supplier, or their agent, employee, or other person performing
any portion of the Work.
1.1.3
The Contract Documents are complementary, and what is required by any one shall be as binding as if required by all.
1.1.4
Words and abbreviations which have well known technical or trade meanings are used in the Contract Documents in
accordance with such recognized meanings.
1.1.5
References in the Contract Documents to the singular shall be considered to include the plural as the context requires.
1.1.6
Neither the organization of the Specifications nor the arrangement of Drawings shall control the Contractor in dividing the
work among Subcontractors and Suppliers.
1.1.7
If there is a conflict within the Contract Documents:
.1 the order of priority of documents, from highest to lowest, shall be
− the Agreement between the Owner and the Contractor,
− the Definitions,
− Supplementary Conditions,
− the General Conditions,
− Division 1 of the Specifications,
− technical Specifications,
− material and finishing schedules,
− the Drawings.
.2 Drawings of larger scale shall govern over those of smaller scale of the same date.
.3 dimensions shown on Drawings shall govern over dimensions scaled from Drawings.
.4 later dated documents shall govern over earlier documents of the same type.
1.1.8
The Owner shall provide the Contractor, without charge, sufficient copies of the Contract Documents to perform the Work.
1.1.9
Specifications, Drawings, models, and copies thereof furnished by the Consultant are and shall remain the Consultant's
property, with the exception of the signed Contract sets, which shall belong to each party to the Contract. All Specifications,
Drawings and models furnished by the Consultant are to be used only with respect to the Work and are not to be used on
other work. These Specifications, Drawings and models are not to be copied or altered in any manner without the written
authorization of the Consultant.
1.1.10
Models furnished by the Contractor at the Owner's expense are the property of the Owner.
GC 1.2 LAW OF THE CONTRACT
1.2.1
The law of the Place of the Work shall govern the interpretation of the Contract.
GC 1.3 RIGHTS AND REMEDIES
1.3.1
Except as expressly provided in the Contract Documents, the duties and obligations imposed by the Contract Documents and
the rights and remedies available thereunder shall be in addition to and not a limitation of any duties, obligations, rights, and
remedies otherwise imposed or available by law.
1.3.2
No action or failure to act by the Owner, Consultant or Contractor shall constitute a waiver of any right or duty afforded any
of them under the Contract, nor shall any such action or failure to act constitute an approval of or acquiescence in any breach
thereunder, except as may be specifically agreed in writing.
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GC 1.4 ASSIGNMENT
1.4.1
Neither party to the Contract shall assign the Contract or a portion thereof without the written consent of the other, which
consent shall not be unreasonably withheld.
PART 2 ADMINISTRATION OF THE CONTRACT
GC 2.1 AUTHORITY OF THE CONSULTANT
2.1.1
The Consultant will have authority to act on behalf of the Owner only to the extent provided in the Contract Documents,
unless otherwise modified by written agreement as provided in paragraph 2.1.2.
2.1.2
The duties, responsibilities and limitations of authority of the Consultant as set forth in the Contract Documents shall be
modified or extended only with the written consent of the Owner, the Contractor and the Consultant.
2.1.3
If the Consultant's employment is terminated, the Owner shall immediately appoint or reappoint a Consultant against whom
the Contractor makes no reasonable objection and whose status under the Contract Documents shall be that of the former
Consultant.
GC 2.2 ROLE OF THE CONSULTANT
2.2.1
The Consultant will provide administration of the Contract as described in the Contract Documents.
2.2.2
The Consultant will visit the Place of the Work at intervals appropriate to the progress of construction to become familiar
with the progress and quality of the work and to determine if the Work is proceeding in general conformity with the Contract
Documents.
2.2.3
If the Owner and the Consultant agree, the Consultant will provide at the Place of the Work, one or more project
representatives to assist in carrying out the Consultant's responsibilities. The duties, responsibilities and limitations of
authority of such project representatives shall be as set forth in writing to the Contractor.
2.2.4
The Consultant will promptly inform the Owner of the date of receipt of the Contractor’s applications for payment as
provided in paragraph 5.3.1.1 of GC 5.3 – PROGRESS PAYMENT.
2.2.5
Based on the Consultant's observations and evaluation of the Contractor's applications for payment, the Consultant will
determine the amounts owing to the Contractor under the Contract and will issue certificates for payment as provided in
Article A-5 of the Agreement - PAYMENT, GC 5.3 - PROGRESS PAYMENT and GC 5.7 - FINAL PAYMENT.
2.2.6
The Consultant will not be responsible for and will not have control, charge or supervision of construction means, methods,
techniques, sequences, or procedures, or for safety precautions and programs required in connection with the Work in
accordance with the applicable construction safety legislation, other regulations or general construction practice. The
Consultant will not be responsible for the Contractor's failure to carry out the Work in accordance with the Contract
Documents. The Consultant will not have control over, charge of or be responsible for the acts or omissions of the
Contractor, Subcontractors, Suppliers, or their agents, employees, or any other persons performing portions of the Work.
2.2.7
Except with respect to GC 5.1 - FINANCING INFORMATION REQUIRED OF THE OWNER, the Consultant will be, in the
first instance, the interpreter of the requirements of the Contract Documents.
2.2.8
Matters in question relating to the performance of the Work or the interpretation of the Contract Documents shall be initially
referred in writing to the Consultant by the party raising the question for interpretations and findings and copied to the other
party.
2.2.9
Interpretations and findings of the Consultant shall be consistent with the intent of the Contract Documents. In making such
interpretations and findings the Consultant will not show partiality to either the Owner or the Contractor.
2.2.10
The Consultant’s interpretations and findings will be given in writing to the parties within a reasonable time.
2.2.11
With respect to claims for a change in Contract Price, the Consultant will make findings as set out in GC 6.6 – CLAIMS FOR A
CHANGE IN CONTRACT PRICE.
2.2.12
The Consultant will have authority to reject work which in the Consultant's opinion does not conform to the requirements of
the Contract Documents. Whenever the Consultant considers it necessary or advisable, the Consultant will have authority to
require inspection or testing of work, whether or not such work is fabricated, installed or completed. However, neither the
authority of the Consultant to act nor any decision either to exercise or not to exercise such authority shall give rise to any
duty or responsibility of the Consultant to the Contractor, Subcontractors, Suppliers, or their agents, employees, or other
persons performing any of the Work.
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2.2.13
During the progress of the Work the Consultant will furnish Supplemental Instructions to the Contractor with reasonable
promptness or in accordance with a schedule for such instructions agreed to by the Consultant and the Contractor.
2.2.14
The Consultant will review and take appropriate action upon Shop Drawings, samples and other Contractor’s submittals, in
accordance with the Contract Documents.
2.2.15
The Consultant will prepare Change Orders and Change Directives as provided in GC 6.2 - CHANGE ORDER and GC 6.3
- CHANGE DIRECTIVE.
2.2.16
The Consultant will conduct reviews of the Work to determine the date of Substantial Performance of the Work as provided
in GC 5.4 - SUBSTANTIAL PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK.
2.2.17
All certificates issued by the Consultant will be to the best of the Consultant's knowledge, information and belief. By issuing
any certificate, the Consultant does not guarantee the Work is correct or complete.
2.2.18
The Consultant will receive and review written warranties and related documents required by the Contract and provided by
the Contractor and will forward such warranties and documents to the Owner for the Owner's acceptance.
GC 2.3 REVIEW AND INSPECTION OF THE WORK
2.3.1
The Owner and the Consultant shall have access to the Work at all times. The Contractor shall provide sufficient, safe and
proper facilities at all times for the review of the Work by the Consultant and the inspection of the Work by authorized
agencies. If parts of the Work are in preparation at locations other than the Place of the Work, the Owner and the Consultant
shall be given access to such work whenever it is in progress.
2.3.2
If work is designated for tests, inspections or approvals in the Contract Documents, or by the Consultant's instructions, or by
the laws or ordinances of the Place of the Work, the Contractor shall give the Consultant reasonable notification of when the
work will be ready for review and inspection. The Contractor shall arrange for and shall give the Consultant reasonable
notification of the date and time of inspections by other authorities.
2.3.3
The Contractor shall furnish promptly to the Consultant two copies of certificates and inspection reports relating to the
Work.
2.3.4
If the Contractor covers, or permits to be covered, work that has been designated for special tests, inspections or approvals
before such special tests, inspections or approvals are made, given or completed, the Contractor shall, if so directed, uncover
such work, have the inspections or tests satisfactorily completed, and make good covering work at the Contractor's expense.
2.3.5
The Consultant may order any portion or portions of the Work to be examined to confirm that such work is in accordance
with the requirements of the Contract Documents. If the work is not in accordance with the requirements of the Contract
Documents, the Contractor shall correct the work and pay the cost of examination and correction. If the work is in
accordance with the requirements of the Contract Documents, the Owner shall pay the cost of examination and restoration.
2.3.6
The Contractor shall pay the cost of making any test or inspection, including the cost of samples required for such test or
inspection, if such test or inspection is designated in the Contract Documents to be performed by the Contractor or is designated
by the laws or ordinances applicable to the Place of the Work.
2.3.7
The Contractor shall pay the cost of samples required for any test or inspection to be performed by the Consultant or the Owner
if such test or inspection is designated in the Contract Documents.
GC 2.4 DEFECTIVE WORK
2.4.1
The Contractor shall promptly correct defective work that has been rejected by the Consultant as failing to conform to the
Contract Documents whether or not the defective work has been incorporated in the Work and whether or not the defect is
the result of poor workmanship, use of defective products or damage through carelessness or other act or omission of the
Contractor.
2.4.2
The Contractor shall make good promptly other contractors' work destroyed or damaged by such corrections at the
Contractor's expense.
2.4.3
If in the opinion of the Consultant it is not expedient to correct defective work or work not performed as provided in the
Contract Documents, the Owner may deduct from the amount otherwise due to the Contractor the difference in value
between the work as performed and that called for by the Contract Documents. If the Owner and the Contractor do not
agree on the difference in value, they shall refer the matter to the Consultant for a determination.
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PART 3 EXECUTION OF THE WORK
GC 3.1 CONTROL OF THE WORK
3.1.1
The Contractor shall have total control of the Work and shall effectively direct and supervise the Work so as to ensure
conformity with the Contract Documents.
3.1.2
The Contractor shall be solely responsible for construction means, methods, techniques, sequences, and procedures and for
co-ordinating the various parts of the Work under the Contract.
GC 3.2 CONSTRUCTION BY OWNER OR OTHER CONTRACTORS
3.2.1
The Owner reserves the right to award separate contracts in connection with other parts of the Project to other contractors
and to perform work with own forces.
3.2.2
When separate contracts are awarded for other parts of the Project, or when work is performed by the Owner's own forces,
the Owner shall:
.1 provide for the co-ordination of the activities and work of other contractors and Owner's own forces with the Work of
the Contract;
.2 assume overall responsibility for compliance with the applicable health and construction safety legislation at the Place of
the Work;
.3 enter into separate contracts with other contractors under conditions of contract which are compatible with the
conditions of the Contract;
.4 ensure that insurance coverage is provided to the same requirements as are called for in GC 11.1 - INSURANCE and coordinate such insurance with the insurance coverage of the Contractor as it affects the Work; and
.5 take all reasonable precautions to avoid labour disputes or other disputes on the Project arising from the work of other
contractors or the Owner's own forces.
3.2.3
When separate contracts are awarded for other parts of the Project, or when work is performed by the Owner's own forces,
the Contractor shall:
.1 afford the Owner and other contractors reasonable opportunity to store their products and execute their work;
.2 cooperate with other contractors and the Owner in reviewing their construction schedules; and
.3 promptly report to the Consultant in writing any apparent deficiencies in the work of other contractors or of the Owner's
own forces, where such work affects the proper execution of any portion of the Work, prior to proceeding with that
portion of the Work.
3.2.4
Where the Contract Documents identify work to be performed by other contractors or the Owner’s own forces, the
Contractor shall co-ordinate and schedule the Work with the work of other contractors and the Owner’s own forces as
specified in the Contract Documents.
3.2.5
Where a change in the Work is required as a result of the co-ordination and integration of the work of other contractors or
Owner's own forces with the Work, the changes shall be authorized and valued as provided in GC 6.1 – OWNER’S RIGHT
TO MAKE CHANGES, GC 6.2 - CHANGE ORDER and GC 6.3 - CHANGE DIRECTIVE.
3.2.6
Disputes and other matters in question between the Contractor and other contractors shall be dealt with as provided in Part 8
of the General Conditions - DISPUTE RESOLUTION provided the other contractors have reciprocal obligations. The
Contractor shall be deemed to have consented to arbitration of any dispute with any other contractor whose contract with the
Owner contains a similar agreement to arbitrate.
GC 3.3 TEMPORARY WORK
3.3.1
The Contractor shall have the sole responsibility for the design, erection, operation, maintenance, and removal of Temporary
Work.
3.3.2
The Contractor shall engage and pay for registered professional engineering personnel skilled in the appropriate disciplines
to perform those functions referred to in paragraph 3.3.1 where required by law or by the Contract Documents and in all
cases where such Temporary Work is of such a nature that professional engineering skill is required to produce safe and
satisfactory results.
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3.3.3
Notwithstanding the provisions of GC 3.1 - CONTROL OF THE WORK, paragraphs 3.3.1 and 3.3.2 or provisions to the
contrary elsewhere in the Contract Documents where such Contract Documents include designs for Temporary Work or
specify a method of construction in whole or in part, such designs or methods of construction shall be considered to be part
of the design of the Work and the Contractor shall not be held responsible for that part of the design or the specified method
of construction. The Contractor shall, however, be responsible for the execution of such design or specified method of
construction in the same manner as for the execution of the Work.
GC 3.4 DOCUMENT REVIEW
3.4.1
The Contractor shall review the Contract Documents and shall report promptly to the Consultant any error, inconsistency or
omission the Contractor may discover. Such review by the Contractor shall be to the best of the Contractor's knowledge,
information and belief and in making such review the Contractor does not assume any responsibility to the Owner or the
Consultant for the accuracy of the review. The Contractor shall not be liable for damage or costs resulting from such errors,
inconsistencies or omissions in the Contract Documents, which the Contractor did not discover. If the Contractor does
discover any error, inconsistency or omission in the Contract Documents, the Contractor shall not proceed with the work
affected until the Contractor has received corrected or missing information from the Consultant.
GC 3.5 CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE
3.5.1
The Contractor shall:
.1 prepare and submit to the Owner and the Consultant prior to the first application for payment, a construction schedule
that indicates the timing of the major activities of the Work and provides sufficient detail of the critical events and their
inter-relationship to demonstrate the Work will be performed in conformity with the Contract Time;
.2 monitor the progress of the Work relative to the construction schedule and update the schedule on a monthly basis or as
stipulated by the Contract Documents; and
.3 advise the Consultant of any revisions required to the schedule as the result of extensions of the Contract Time as
provided in Part 6 of the General Conditions - CHANGES IN THE WORK.
GC 3.6 SUPERVISION
3.6.1
The Contractor shall provide all necessary supervision and appoint a competent representative who shall be in attendance at
the Place of the Work while work is being performed. The appointed representative shall not be changed except for valid
reason.
3.6.2
The appointed representative shall represent the Contractor at the Place of the Work. Information and instructions provided
by the Consultant to the Contractor’s appointed representative shall be deemed to have been received by the Contractor,
except with respect to Article A-6 of the Agreement – RECEIPT OF AND ADDRESSES FOR NOTICES IN WRITING.
GC 3.7 SUBCONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIERS
3.7.1
The Contractor shall preserve and protect the rights of the parties under the Contract with respect to work to be performed
under subcontract, and shall:
.1 enter into contracts or written agreements with Subcontractors and Suppliers to require them to perform their work as
provided in the Contract Documents;
.2 incorporate the terms and conditions of the Contract Documents into all contracts or written agreements with
Subcontractors and Suppliers; and
.3 be as fully responsible to the Owner for acts and omissions of Subcontractors, Suppliers and of persons directly or
indirectly employed by them as for acts and omissions of persons directly employed by the Contractor.
3.7.2
The Contractor shall indicate in writing, if requested by the Owner, those Subcontractors or Suppliers whose bids have been
received by the Contractor which the Contractor would be prepared to accept for the performance of a portion of the Work.
Should the Owner not object before signing the Contract, the Contractor shall employ those Subcontractors or Suppliers so
identified by the Contractor in writing for the performance of that portion of the Work to which their bid applies.
3.7.3
The Owner may, for reasonable cause, at any time before the Owner has signed the Contract, object to the use of a proposed
Subcontractor or Supplier and require the Contractor to employ one of the other subcontract bidders.
3.7.4
If the Owner requires the Contractor to change a proposed Subcontractor or Supplier, the Contract Price and Contract Time
shall be adjusted by the differences occasioned by such required change.
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3.7.5
The Contractor shall not be required to employ as a Subcontractor or Supplier, a person or firm to which the Contractor may
reasonably object.
3.7.6
The Owner, through the Consultant, may provide to a Subcontractor or Supplier information as to the percentage of the
Subcontractor's or Supplier's work which has been certified for payment.
GC 3.8 LABOUR AND PRODUCTS
3.8.1
The Contractor shall provide and pay for labour, Products, tools, Construction Equipment, water, heat, light, power,
transportation, and other facilities and services necessary for the performance of the Work in accordance with the Contract.
3.8.2
Unless otherwise specified in the Contract Documents, Products provided shall be new. Products which are not specified
shall be of a quality consistent with those specified and their use acceptable to the Consultant.
3.8.3
The Contractor shall maintain good order and discipline among the Contractor's employees engaged on the Work and shall
not employ on the Work anyone not skilled in the tasks assigned.
GC 3.9 DOCUMENTS AT THE SITE
3.9.1
The Contractor shall keep one copy of current Contract Documents, submittals, reports, and records of meetings at the Place
of the Work, in good order and available to the Owner and the Consultant.
GC 3.10 SHOP DRAWINGS
3.10.1
The Contractor shall provide Shop Drawings as required in the Contract Documents.
3.10.2
The Contractor shall provide Shop Drawings to the Consultant to review in orderly sequence and sufficiently in advance so as to
cause no delay in the Work or in the work of other contractors.
3.10.3
Upon request of the Contractor or the Consultant, they shall jointly prepare a schedule of the dates for provision, review and
return of Shop Drawings.
3.10.4
The Contractor shall provide Shop Drawings in the form specified, or if not specified, as directed by the Consultant.
3.10.5
Shop Drawings provided by the Contractor to the Consultant shall indicate by stamp, date and signature of the person
responsible for the review that the Contractor has reviewed each one of them.
3.10.6
The Consultant's review is for conformity to the design concept and for general arrangement only.
3.10.7
Shop Drawings which require approval of any legally constituted authority having jurisdiction shall be provided to such
authority by the Contractor for approval.
3.10.8
The Contractor shall review all Shop Drawings before providing them to the Consultant. The Contractor represents by this
review that:
.1 the Contractor has determined and verified all applicable field measurements, field construction conditions, Product
requirements, catalogue numbers and similar data, or will do so, and
.2 the Contractor has checked and co-ordinated each Shop Drawing with the requirements of the Work and of the Contract
Documents.
3.10.9
At the time of providing Shop Drawings, the Contractor shall expressly advise the Consultant in writing of any deviations in a
Shop Drawing from the requirements of the Contract Documents. The Consultant shall indicate the acceptance or rejection of
such deviation expressly in writing.
3.10.10 The Consultant's review shall not relieve the Contractor of responsibility for errors or omissions in the Shop Drawings or for
meeting all requirements of the Contract Documents.
3.10.11 The Contractor shall provide revised Shop Drawings to correct those which the Consultant rejects as inconsistent with the
Contract Documents, unless otherwise directed by the Consultant. The Contractor shall notify the Consultant in writing of any
revisions to the Shop Drawings other than those requested by the Consultant.
3.10.12 The Consultant will review and return Shop Drawings in accordance with the schedule agreed upon, or, in the absence of such
schedule, with reasonable promptness so as to cause no delay in the performance of the Work.
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GC 3.11 USE OF THE WORK
3.11.1
The Contractor shall confine Construction Equipment, Temporary Work, storage of Products, waste products and debris, and
operations of employees and Subcontractors to limits indicated by laws, ordinances, permits, or the Contract Documents and
shall not unreasonably encumber the Place of the Work.
3.11.2
The Contractor shall not load or permit to be loaded any part of the Work with a weight or force that will endanger the safety
of the Work.
GC 3.12 CUTTING AND REMEDIAL WORK
3.12.1
The Contractor shall perform the cutting and remedial work required to make the affected parts of the Work come together
properly.
3.12.2
The Contractor shall co-ordinate the Work to ensure that the cutting and remedial work is kept to a minimum.
3.12.3
Should the Owner, the Consultant, other contractors or anyone employed by them be responsible for ill-timed work
necessitating cutting or remedial work to be performed, the cost of such cutting or remedial work shall be valued as provided
in GC 6.1 – OWNER’S RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES, GC 6.2 - CHANGE ORDER and GC 6.3 - CHANGE DIRECTIVE.
3.12.4
Cutting and remedial work shall be performed by specialists familiar with the Products affected and shall be performed in a
manner to neither damage nor endanger the Work.
GC 3.13 CLEANUP
3.13.1
The Contractor shall maintain the Work in a safe and tidy condition and free from the accumulation of waste products and
debris, other than that caused by the Owner, other contractors or their employees.
3.13.2
Before applying for Substantial Performance of the Work as provided in GC 5.4 – SUBSTANTIAL PERFORMANCE OF
THE WORK, the Contractor shall remove waste products and debris, other than that resulting from the work of the Owner,
other contractors or their employees, and shall leave the Place of the Work clean and suitable for use or occupancy by the
Owner. The Contractor shall remove products, tools, Construction Equipment, and Temporary Work not required for the
performance of the remaining work.
3.13.3
Prior to application for the final payment, the Contractor shall remove any remaining products, tools, Construction
Equipment, Temporary Work, and waste products and debris, other than those resulting from the work of the Owner, other
contractors or their employees.
PART 4 ALLOWANCES
GC 4.1 CASH ALLOWANCES
4.1.1
The Contract Price includes the cash allowances, if any, stated in the Contract Documents. The scope of work or costs
included in such cash allowances shall be as described in the Contract Documents.
4.1.2
The Contract Price, and not the cash allowances, includes the Contractor's overhead and profit in connection with such cash
allowances.
4.1.3
Expenditures under cash allowances shall be authorized by the Owner through the Consultant.
4.1.4
Where the actual cost of the Work under any cash allowance exceeds the amount of the allowance, the Contractor shall be
compensated for the excess incurred and substantiated plus an amount for overhead and profit on the excess as set out in the
Contract Documents. Where the actual cost of the Work under any cash allowance is less than the amount of the allowance,
the Owner shall be credited for the unexpended portion of the cash allowance, but not for the Contractor’s overhead and
profit on such amount. Multiple cash allowances shall not be combined for the purpose of calculating the foregoing.
4.1.5
The Contract Price shall be adjusted by Change Order to provide for any difference between the amount of each cash
allowance and the actual cost of the work under that cash allowance.
4.1.6
The value of the work performed under a cash allowance is eligible to be included in progress payments.
4.1.7
The Contractor and the Consultant shall jointly prepare a schedule that shows when the Consultant and Owner must
authorize ordering of items called for under cash allowances to avoid delaying the progress of the Work.
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