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QUALITY CONTROL & QUALITY
ASSURANCE PROCEDURES
2011 EDITION
QUALITY CONTROL &
QUALITY ASSURANCE
PROCEDURES
GUIDELINES AND SUPPORTING
DOCUMENTS FOR IMPLEMENTATION
OF POLICIES AND PROCEDURES TO
ENSURE THAT ALL ROAD, BRIDGE
AND UTILITY DESIGN SUBMITTALS
TO THE DESIGN SECTION MEET
MUNICIPALITY OF ABU DHABI CITY
QUALITY STANDARDS.
QUALITY CONTROL & QUALITY ASSURANCE PROCEDURES 2011 EDITION | MUNICIPALITY OF ABU DHABI CITY
Content
1 Quality Assurance Plan
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Form 2
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1.1
Introduction
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Design Completion Certificates
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1.2
Quality Assurance Form
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Form 3
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1.3
Design Completion Certificates
10
Consultant Evaluation Form
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1.4
Design Review Checklists
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Checklists
36
1.5
Submittals for Roads, Structures & Utilities
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Checklist No. 1 – Plans to be submitted at Each Stage
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Checklist No.2 - CIVIL – (Conceptual Design Stage)
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Checklist No.3 – CIVIL – (Preliminary Design Stage)
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Checklist No.4 – CIVIL (For all stages)
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Checklist No.5 – CIVIL (for all stages)
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Checklist No.6 – Structures (Concept Design Stage)
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Checklist No.7 – Structures (Approval in Principle Report)
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Checklist No.8 – Structures (Preliminary Design Stage)
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Checklist No.9 – Structures (Detailed Design/Final Design Stage)
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Checklist No.10 – Structural Drawings for all Stages
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Checklist No.11 – Utilities (For Concept Design Stage)
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Checklist No.12 – Utilities (Preliminary Design Stage)
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Checklist No.13 – Utilities (For all stages)
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2 Quality Control Plan
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3 Consultant Evaluation
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3.1
Introduction
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3.2
Design Submittal Evaluation
24
3.3
Rating Definitions
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3.4
How the ADM Reviewers Evaluate the Submittal
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Appendix
30
Form 1
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Quality Assurance Form
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1. QUALITY
ASSURANCE
PLAN
QUALITY CONTROL & QUALITY ASSURANCE PROCEDURES 2011 EDITION | MUNICIPALITY OF ABU DHABI CITY
1.1
Introduction
The purpose of these
procedures is to
enable consultants to
demonstrate to the
Municipality of Abu
Dhabi City (ADM) that
they are incorporating
effective quality control
measures into the
design process.
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The increased awareness and
documentation from following
these procedures will provide ADM
with heightened confidence in the
quality of design submittals and
promote uniformity, consistency,
and reduced review time, resulting
in quicker turnaround times for
design submittals.
These procedures are not intended
to replace the quality control
measures that are currently in use,
but rather to promote awareness
regarding the importance of
quality control throughout the
design process. Computation
sheets and drawings must still be
initialled by the designer and the
checker, as per current practice,
and the review of items should still
be carried out independently by
qualified assessors.
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1.2
Quality Assurance Form
The project manager must
complete the Quality Assurance
Form (Form 1) and include it
with each submittal stage. The
consultant’s reviewer must sign
the form and type his name below
the signature line. The item blank
will generally correspond to the
appropriate checklist in Appendix,
which must be completed by the
reviewer. If any numbered items
are not applicable for a specific
project, they should be marked
with a “N/A” (Not Applicable) in
the reviewer space. When items to
be reviewed do not correspond to
a number in the checklist, a short
description should be included in
the item space.
The Quality Assurance Form must
be signed by the designer and the
consultant’s reviewer, and then
approved by a professional or
qualified engineer. Prior to each
submittal, the project manager
must review the plans to ensure
consistency between sheets,
completeness and overall content.
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This will include verifying that
the proper number of plans and
items, such as construction cost
estimates, are included with the
submittal. The project manager
should submit a design review log
sheet that includes all comments,
which will confirm that all
requested revisions from previous
submittals have been made or
communicated.
Providing the name and the
contact details of the consultant’s
project manager is important for
future communication between
him and the ADM project manager.
Telephone conversations are
encouraged to clarify items or
answer questions during the review
process. The remarks section can
also be used to list any requested
revisions that were not made with
an acceptable reason; however, the
project manager is encouraged to
discuss these items with the ADM
reviewer prior to the submittal.
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1.3
Design Completion Certificates
Similar to the Quality Assurance
Form, the Design Completion
Certificates Form must be
completed and signed by the
project manager, the designer
and the verifier to certify that
the consultant has used his
professional skill and care to
produce the submittal.
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This form is to be submitted at
each design stage. Refer to Form 2
of the appendices for the form and
the certificate.
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1.4
Design Review Checklists
The Municipality of Abu Dhabi
City Roads Design Section has
prepared these checklists to serve
as guidelines for design consultants
during the design review process
and to submit to ADM as part
of each design submittal. ADM
expects consultants to use design
review checklists for all design
submittals. Care must be taken to
ensure that the checklists cover
the most critical aspects and
considerations of a design. The
consultant’s reviewer must sign the
applicable checklists and type his
name at the bottom.
For design review checking to be
effective, the reviewer must be an
individual with in-depth knowledge
of the relevant discipline. It is also
important that he not be the creator
of the calculation or drawing being
checked. This enables the ADM
reviewer to bring an impartial
perspective to the review, helping
to ensure that the intentions of the
designer are accurately conveyed
to the calculations and drawings.
The size of the project will dictate
how much information is contained
on each drawing. More than one
drawing checklist may have to be
applied to check a single drawing,
if it contains more than one design
discipline. For example, under
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certain circumstances, a single
drawing may contain utilities,
existing conditions and proposed
plans. In this case, each of the
three relevant checklists would be
applied to the drawing. In other
cases, a single checklist may have
to be applied to several drawings.
In order to ensure the accuracy of
calculations, calculation checking
should be a two-step process.
The first step is to verify the
validity of all assumptions, given
parameters, and formulation.
The second step is checking the
numerical values for accuracy.
The purpose of checking is to
ensure that everything is accurate
and consistent, and that each
drawing properly and adequately
relates to the others in the set,
reflects the design analysis,
uses the current standards of
presentation, and provides all
details needed for construction.
All design review checklists for
common design elements can be
found in the appendices. It should
be noted that these samples are
not comprehensive, and ADM
expects consultants’ reviews,
prior to submittal, to be more
thorough and exacting, when and
where required.
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1.5
Submittals for Roads, Structures & Utilities
Roads
All checklist forms can be found
in the appendices. Checklist No.1
details the plans to be submitted
at each stage. It should be
seen as a guide for consultants,
although the ADM project
manager or reviewer may request
additional drawings at any stage.
Consultants are not required to
submit a complete set of drawings
at every stage, but rather only to
submit those required by ADM for
the particular design stage.
Design Review Checklists should
be used for all stages of the design
process, as follows:
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1. Pre-Study Stage (10%)
2. Conceptual Design Stage
(30%); Checklist No.1,
Checklist No.2 (Design
Concept Report)
3. Preliminary Design Stage
(60%); Checklist No.1,
Checklist No.3 (Preliminary
Design Report), Checklist
No.4 and Checklist No.5
(All Drawings)
4. Detailed Design/Final Design
(100%); Checklist No.1,
Checklist No.4 and Checklist
No.5
Bridges and Highway
Structures
5. Conceptual Design Stage
(10%); Checklist No.1
and Checklist No.10
(Design Drawings), the
conceptualisation of
solutions and development
of alternative concepts is
outlined in Checklist No.6
(Concept Design Report)
6. Preliminary Design Stage
(60%); Consultant will use
the Approval in Principle
(AIP) document for selected
alternative based on ADM’s
structural design guidelines
and criterion mentioned in
Checklist No.7 (Approval
in Principle) for ADM’s
approval. Checklist No.1,
Checklist No.10 (Design
Drawings) and Checklist
No.8 (Preliminary Design)
7. Detailed Design/Final
Design (100%); Checklist
No.1 and Checklist No.10
(Design Drawings), Checklist
No.7 (Updated Approval in
Principle), Checklist No.9
(Detailed Design/Final Design)
Utilities
8. Conceptual Design Stage
(20%); Checklist No.1 and
Checklist No.11 (Design
Concept Report)
9. Preliminary Design Stage
(30%); Complete Design –
Checklist No.1, Checklist
No.12 (Preliminary Design
Report) and Checklist No.13
(Drawings)
10. Detailed Design/Final Design
(50%); Complete Design –
Checklist No.1, Checklist
No.12 and Checklist No.13
These checklists are meant to
be used as guides and are not
all-inclusive. Their purpose is to
provide a minimum acceptable
list of items that are to be
independently reviewed prior to
submittal; the consultant may
propose additional items to be
checked in the development of
the design for approval. With the
completion of each design stage,
the consultant is required to make
a formal presentation to ADM,
describing the work completed and
the details of the design itself.
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2. QUALITY
CONTROL
PLAN
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2.0
Quality Control Plan
Consultants bear full responsibility
for the accuracy, completeness,
consistency and uniformity of their
plans, calculations, and related
documents furnished under the
scope of services. To help ensure
that accuracy and completeness,
ADM requires consultants to
implement and follow a quality
control plan.
A meaningful quality control plan
must be in place before design
work begins, and must remain in
effect throughout the duration of
the design contract. At a minimum,
a functional quality control plan
establishes processes to ensure
the following:
• All final plans and calculations
are checked, back-checked,
verified and approved.
Checking should be done
independently by a second
party. The assessor must be
an experienced engineer who
has not participated in the
production of the design plans.
Check prints of all drawings and
calculations are to be maintained
for a minimum of seven years
from the completion of a design
contract.
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• All related correspondence
and memoranda are received
by authorised persons and
maintained in the project files
within an established document
control system.
• Cross-checking has been carried
out to avoid any mismatch
and/or discrepancy between
the documents (e.g. profiles
match plans, drawings match
specifications and BOQ, etc.).
• Overall appearance, format
and content of the deliverables
correspond to the expectations
of ADM.
The consultant is expected to
perform an internal quality control
review of deliverables at all stages
of design completion. These reviews
are to be carried out by experienced
engineers in the relevant disciplines.
The purpose of these reviews
is to satisfy the consultant that
deliverables are of a quality that
is acceptable to ADM and to the
consultant itself. ADM may request
that the consultant update its quality
control plan at any stage of the
design process, in order to enhance
its functionality.
3. CONSULTANT
EVALUATION
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3.1
Introduction
To monitor the quality of
deliverables prepared by
consulting firms and to
evaluate the performance
of consultants at each
design stage, ADM project
managers must complete
consultant evaluation
forms, and provide a
copy of each evaluation
to the consultant for their
records and necessary
corrective actions.
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The consultant has the right to
question any or all of the ratings.
The results of evaluations will be
referenced by ADM when selecting
consultants for future projects.
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3.2
Design Submittal Evaluation
The blank Consultant Evaluation
Form (Form 3) must be attached
to all submittals of plans and/or
reports to be reviewed.
ADM project managers use this
form when a consultant makes a
submittal. He must complete the
general project information and the
coordination team rating items. On
the middle left of the evaluation
form, the project manager indicates
the type of plans and/or reports that
have been submitted. Items to be
rated are located on the right of the
evaluation form. The ADM reviewer
rates the items found in the middle
right, under “ADM Reviewer’s
Rating Items”.
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The rating to be used is found at
the lower right of the evaluation
form. At the very bottom of
the form is the final area to be
completed by the reviewer. In this
area, the reviewer can indicate
what plans and/or reports are to be
submitted next. The last line on the
form is for the reviewer to sign and
date the completed evaluation.
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3.3
Rating Definitions
The review of each submittal will
be performed by ADM, providing
the consultant with a clear
understanding of how the quality
of work is being perceived by ADM
as the project progresses. The
review of completed evaluations
is extremely important to the
consultant’s project manager
because the evaluation reflects
the comments within the reviewed
plans and/or reports. If the
consultant has any questions
regarding the given rating, the
ADM reviewer must answer these
questions.
The ratings range from a high
of 5 to a low of 1. A rating of
3, 2, or 1 indicates that the
reviewer assessed the item under
consideration as not satisfactory.
The general interpretations of the
ratings are as follows:
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5. Excellent: Consultant performed
beyond expectations; submittal
approved with very minor
comments.
4. Good: Several revisions required;
submittal approved with
comments to be incorporated in
next stage.
3. Average: Many revisions
required, mostly minor but
several major comments;
submittal returned for revision
and resubmittal.
2. Poor: Many major comments;
submittal not accepted.
1. Unsatisfactory: Full of mistakes
and major comments, poor
document quality; submittal
not accepted and returned to
consultant with notice of concern
from ADM.
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3.4
How ADM Reviewers Evaluate Submittals
Assurance Program, how
well the computations were
executed will not be examined
as thoroughly as in the past.
However, spot-checking will
occur and the rating of this item
will reflect the spot-checking.
The scoring will be as follows:
Form 3 illustrates the items to be
evaluated at each project stage.
The following briefly describes
each item:
1. Design Concept: The
consultant’s submittal will be
evaluated on the completeness
of the proposed design concept.
The term completeness
encompasses how well the
consultant has thought through
all of the necessary factors that
result in the best possible design.
If certain items omitted from the
design concept are detrimental to
the design, a lower rating will be
issued. The evaluation will also
consider how well the consultant
addressed any encountered
obstacle that was not foreseen
at the time of completion of the
Engineer’s Report.
2. Critical Design Elements:
Failure to satisfactorily address
all applicable design criteria will
result in a rating no higher than 3.
3. Calculations: The operations
of mathematical computations
and deletions and/or additions
to the computations are
areas of scrutiny. With the
implementation of the Quality
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a.A major error is defined as
an error originating from the
computations that would result
in a significant design change.
b.A minor error is one that would
pose no significant change to
any element of the design. If
computations are not submitted
because of the nature of the
submittal or because they are not
warranted, this item will not be
rated. If the reviewer believes that
some computations were needed
but failed to be submitted, the
reviewer will not rate this category
on this basis alone; this would be
addressed in the Documentation
of Work item, thereby avoiding
double penalties.
4. Plan/Report Quality: All
material submitted at each
stage of development, such as
plans, Design Summary Report
(DSR), design computations,
special provisions, and any
other supporting material, will
be evaluated. Ratings will be
based on presentation, legibility,
structure and print quality.
5. Engineering Judgement: The
rating of this item is subjective
to the evaluator. If it is felt that
good or poor judgement was
used, this will be reflected in
the given rating. Engineering
Judgement will be evaluated
for areas such as value
engineering, rehabilitation
options, project constructability,
selection of construction
materials, and maintenance of
traffic scheme.
6. Documentation of Work:
This item will be rated based
on how well each design
decision is documented, or if
the decisions were documented
at all. The majority of the
documentation will be found in
the Design Summary Report,
but documentation may also be
found elsewhere.
7. Procedure/Standard
Compliance: This category
will evaluate how well the
consultant is familiar with local
policies, and will consider
how well the consultant uses
the available standards and
guidelines, as well as whether
the standards and guidelines
were effectively implemented
in the design. This category
will also evaluate how well the
consultant follows established
procedures for specific
items, including foundation
reviews, final plans submittal
memorandum to the Contract
Section, etc.
9. Cooperation: This rating
is based on how well the
consultant cooperates with
the ADM reviewer when
changes are required and
requested. Willingness to attend
meetings, timely response
to ADM’s queries, and ease
of participation for project
development will also be
reflected in this category.
8. Quality Assurance: The ADM
reviewer will rate this category
based upon the consultant’s
compliance with the Quality
Assurance Guidelines. Design
computations should be
initialled by both the design
engineer and a second
engineer, who has reviewed
the design engineer’s work.
This item rating is intended to
monitor how well the consultant
has performed the evaluation of
checks and balances required
for quality assurance, including
the submittal of the Quality
Assurance Evaluation Form.
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APPENDIX
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Form 1
Form 2
Quality Assurance Form
Design Completion Certificates
ADM Quality Assurance Form
Design Certificate
(Consultant to complete this section)
Form of Certificate to be used by the Designer for certifying the design of the Works in accordance with the
Client’s requirements.
Consultant:
Project No.:
Project Description:
Submittal Stage:
This submittal has been reviewed with regard to consistency, completeness, and overall content prior to
submittal by
, Project Manager, on
_ , 2011, telephone number __________
(Reviewer to complete this section)
WE CERTIFY THAT -
1. We have used reasonable professional skill and care in preparation of the Design Data for ……….
Design listed below which:
(a) Satisfy the Employer’s Requirements, the Contractor’s Proposals, and the following:
(List, if any, the changes covered by any Change Certificate received and countersigned
by the Employer’s Agent); and
(b) Comply with the design requirements of the Contract; and
The submittal described above has been reviewed for quality in accordance with ADM Quality Control and
Quality Assurance Procedures
The consultant is responsible for checking all of their work as outlined in ADM Quality Control and Quality
Assurance Procedures. The table shown below indicates which of the reviewer’s personnel has reviewed
which checklist.
Checklist No.
Designer
Reviewer
Approved By
Date
2. We have used reasonable professional skill and care in translating the Design Data into safe
design and drawings whose unique numbers is listed below.
3. The Design Data where used as part of the Temporary Works will have no adverse effect on the
Permanent Works; and
4. Where required a Safety Audit Certificate for Stage *[2] *[3] is attached.
LIST OF DESIGN DATA
Designer
Name: ............................………………........…
Signed: ..........................…………………........ Date: ...........................……………….......….
Verifier
Name: ............................………………........…
Signed: ..........................…………………........ Date: ............................……………….......….
Project Manager/ Approver
Name: ............................………………........…
Signed: ..........................…………………........ Date: ...........................……………….......….
Please insert the following as part of the submission:
Design Revision Log
NOC’s Status
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Form 3
Consultant Evaluation Form
Project No.: Contract: Location: Work Type: Consultant: Consultant Project Manager: Description: Submittal Stage: Reviewer’s Rating Items
Score
Design Concept
__
Critical Design Elements
__
Calculations
__
Plan/Report Quality
__
Value Engineering / Engineering Judgment
__
Documentation of Work
__
Procedure Compliance
__
Quality Assurance
__
Scheduling / Cooperation
__
Included With This Submittals Are:
Markups of:
Computations:
__
Cost Estimate:
__
Quantities:
__
Q.A. Form:
__
Other: Remarks
ADM Reviewer’s Signature: Date: ADM Reviewer’s Printed Name and Phone Number 5 = Excellent
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4 = Good
3 = Marginal 2 = Poor
1 = unsatisfactory
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Checklists
Checklist No. 1 – Plans to be submitted at Each Stage
Item
No
1.0
CIVIL
1.1
G1- Location Plan
Conceptual
Design Stage
X
Preliminary
Design Stage
X
Detailed/ Final
Design Stage
X
1.2
G2 – List of Drawings
X
X
X
1.3
C1 – Typical Cross Sections
X
X
X
1.4
C2 - Existing Conditions
X
X
X
1.5
C3 – General Plan and Profiles
1.6
C4 – Design Detail Plans
1.7
C5 – Grading Plans
1.8
C6 – Proposed Plans
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
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Drawings to be submitted
C7 – Survey Control and Alignment
Plans
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
C8 – Ramp Terminal Details
C9 – Maintenance of Traffic and
Construction Staging
C10 – Traffic Control Devices – Signs
and Pavement Markings
C11 – Miscellaneous Details
X
X
X
X
2.0
STRUCTURAL
2.1
S0 – List of Drawings
X
X
X
2.2
S1 – General and Design Notes
X
X
X
2.3
S2 – Site Location and Bore Holes Location Plans
X
X
X
2.4
S3 – General Arrangement Drawings
X
X
X
2.5
S4 – Dimensional Details
X
X
2.6
S5 – Bearings and Expansion Joints Details
X
X
2.7
S6 – Reinforcement and Post Tensioning Details
2.8
S7 – Miscellaneous Details
3.0
UTILITIES
3.1
X
X
X
X
U1 – Existing Condition
X
X
X
3.2
U2 – Utility Plans
X
X
X
3.3
U3 – Service Reservations and Duct Plans
X
X
X
3.4
U4 – Miscellaneous Utilities Details, Compliance with ADM and
other stakeholders’(i.e. UPC, DOT, PRFD, etc.) guidelines and
criteria are specified
3.1
ELECTRICAL
X
3..1.1
E1 - Electrical, Lighting, / CCTV Plan , Scada System and
Lightning Protection if it is required.
X
X
X
3.1.2
E2 - Decorative Lighting or not decorative Plan
X
X
X
3.1.2
E3 - Lighting Plan for Miscellaneous Roadway Structures
X
X
X
3.1.3
E4 - Lighting Plan for Miscellaneous Other Facilities
X
X
X
X
X
3.2
MECHANICAL
3.2.1
M1 - Mechanical Services for Pedestrian Underpass, Bridges
X
X
X
3.2.2
M2 - Mechanical Services for Stormwater, Fountains and Fire
Protection
X
X
X
3.2.3
M3 - Mechanical Services for Miscellaneous Facilities and
Scada System
X
X
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Checklists
Checklist No.2 - CIVIL – (Conceptual Design Stage)
Item No
Document Type:
Item to be Checked
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Design Concept Report
(DCR) and Alternative Design
Concepts
Y
N
N/A
Item No
Remarks
Document Type:
Item to be Checked
1
The scope of work is clearly defined
10
Vertical grades, K values, vertical clearance are specified
2
All applicable codes and standards are specified
11
DOT’s circular for parking demand rates
3
Compliance with ADM and other stakeholders’(i.e. UPC, DOT,
PRFD, etc.) guidelines and criteria are specified
12
Kerb/barrier parameters and clear zone are specified
4
Survey and geotechnical investigation requirements and
methods are defined (i.e. coordinate system, datum,
benchmarks, soil investigation requirements for compaction
and structures)
13
Bus/taxi stop requirements, geometric details and proposed
locations
5
Existing site data
14
Tram routes and dimensions (if applicable)
6
Roadway classifications, design vehicle, design/posted speed
are specified.
15
Roundabout geometric details (if applicable)
7
Horizontal curve radius, normal cross slope, maximum super
elevation (SE), SE transition, curve widening requirements are
specified
16
Interchange alternatives (if applicable); pros and cons of each
alternative, interchange spacing, ramp terminal computation,
etc.
8
Typical cross section details; lane width, number of lanes,
shoulder width, sidewalk and median widths, landscape zone
and bikeway dimensions (if applicable), parking dimensions
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Pavement design parameters and formula
9
Horizontal and vertical sight distance computation
Design Concept Report
(DCR) and Alternative Design
Concepts
Y
N
N/A
Remarks
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Checklists
Checklists
Checklist No.3 – CIVIL – (Preliminary Design Stage)
Checklist No.4 – CIVIL (For all stages)
Item
No
Document Type:
Item to be Checked
1
NOI’s (Notice of Intent) sent to consultants and authorities
2
Liaison with the other stakeholders; minutes of coordination meetings held, design review
log, critical issues, etc.
3
Detailed Site Data; survey and investigation results, and information received from
consultants and agencies. In depth analysis of the data.
Y
Item
No
Document Type:
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N N/A Remarks
1
Correctness of line weights, lettering sizes, and style
2
Correctness spelling, punctuation, and grammar
3
Details are clear and easy to read
4
Title block has correct formats; project name and number, Department name, consultant
name, signature boxes (design/review/approve), drawing title and number
4
Traffic Impact Study (TIS) report and findings; average daily traffic (ADT), existing and
proposed traffic circulation, parking demand/supply, existing and proposed pedestrian and
bike paths, access/egress details, weaving analysis, etc.
5
Drawing title and number is consistent with the “List of Drawings”
5
Detailed cross sections (including existing and proposed service corridors)
6
Consistency of project title and identification with specifications, the Bill of Quantities,
and other Contract Documents
6
Design progress report on the selected alternative by the Department
7
North arrow, street names, sector names, plot numbers, directions are shown
8
Location map (if needed) is accurate and proper area is highlighted
7
Approval of ADM and/or other stakeholders for the design items departing from standards
9
Legend is included (if needed) and representing the elements on the drawing (i.e. no
unnecessary legend)
10
Notes referring to standards and/or other drawings are accurate
11
Match lines are consistent with referenced drawings
8
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Preliminary Design
Report (PDR)
Feasibility Study (FS) - Preliminary engineering calculations according to FS IRI ADM
requirements.
9
Value Engineering (VE) proposals including MEP Services
10
Constructability issues and solutions (i.e. excavation limits for tunnels, availability of
detour areas, existing utility constraints, etc.) based on IRI ADM Sustainability Guideline
12
Drawing is on accurate coordinate system; Northing and Easting gridlines are accurate
11
Proposed location of critical utilities and structures (i.e. substations, pump stations…etc),
and coordination with relevant agencies
13
Limit of construction (LOC) is shown
14
Symbols and abbreviations are matching with the typical details
12
Proposed guide sign locations and destination names (if applicable)
13
Cost Estimate
All Drawings
Y
N N/A Remarks
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Y
N
N/A
Item
No
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Document Type:
Item to be Checked
1.0
G1 – Location Plan
3.3
Pavement section is designed as per the pavement calculation
which is reviewed and approved by the Department
1.1
Scale is correct (as per ADM Consultant Procedure Manual)
3.4
Kerbs, barriers, pavement type, geometric details, cross slope/
SE, definitions (i.e.lane, aux. Lane, median, shoulder, sidewalk,
landscape, SR,etc.), centerline are properly shown.
1.2
Existing and future developments in the vicinity of the project is
shown
3.5
The limits (from/to station) should represent the correct typical
section, any transition section should be shown seperately; check
the stationing against the proposed plans
1.3
Traffic directions and destinations are shown
3.6
Side slopes, toe/top of slope are shown
2.0
G2 – List of Drawings
3.7
Limit of construction, plot/building lines are shown
2.1
Drawing sequence, numbering and titles are as per ADM
Consultant Procedure Manual
3.8
The section contains the proposed improvement and removal of
existing features; identifies all payment items
2.2
Drawing number and title shown in the list is consistent with the
information on the drawings
4.0
C2 – Existing Conditions
2.3
Amendments are shown (i.e. addendum, revision, deletion)
4.1
Existing centreline and road names are shown
3.0
C1 – Typical Cross Sections
4.2
Existing service reservation and surface utility features are shown
3.1
All typical sections in the project are shown; check the cross
section against the plan view
4.3
Existing buildings/plots, trees, and other structures (i.e. seawall,
bridge, etc.) are shown
3.2
Typical section is as per the approved design criteria
4.4
Existing traffic directions/circulation and destinations are shown
Drawings Specific to Each
Discipline
Y
N
N/A
Remarks
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N
N/A
Item
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Document Type:
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5.0
C3 – General Plan and Profiles
5.11
Structures (i.e. bridges, tunnels, walls) and major utilities (i.e.
pipelines, power lines) are shown on profile with the vertical
clearance information
5.1
All roadway paving types are hatched on the plan
5.12
Locations of crossing and intersecting roads shown on the
profile and proposed elevations are matching with crossing and
intersecting roads’ elevations
5.2
Paving types are matching with the typical cross sections
6.0
C4 – Design Detail Plans
5.3
Service reservation (existing to remain and proposed) is shown on
the plan
6.1
Project specific details as required by the Department
5.4
Kerb/barrier types are shown on the plan
7.0
C5 – Grading Plans
5.5
Existing and proposed structures (i.e. bridges, wingwalls, outfall
structure, lifting station, etc.) are shown on the plan
7.1
Grading plans prepared for all intersections and merging/diverging
roads; i.e. roundabouts, signalized/unsignalized intersections,
T-junctions, ramp terminals, etc.
5.6
Cross section locations to be shown on the plan and shall be
consistent with C1 series drawings
7.2
Grading plan is matching with the profile(s) and typical section
5.7
All removals are shown on the plan, and materials to be salvaged
are covered by notes or specifications
7.3
Roadway drainage is properly maintained with the proposed
grading plan
5.8
Check existing ground elevations against the survey data
7.4
Finish-grade elevations are specified at 10 -meter intervals at the
roadway centerline, curb lines, and at geometric break points. The
intervals shall be reduced as needed.
5.9
Vertical alignment calculations are as per the approved design
criteria; i.e. minimum grade for proper drainage, K values, cross
slope and superelevation, vertical sight distance, etc.
7.5
Grading plans for roundabouts are as per AASHTO and other
international desing guidelines for roundabouts
5.10
Compare vertical alignment data against calculations and design
software output
8.0
C6 – Proposed Plans
Drawings Specific to Each
Discipline
Y
N
N/A
Remarks
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Y
N
N/A
Item
No
Remarks
Document Type:
Drawings Specific to
Each Discipline
Item to be Checked
Y
8.1
Centerline / reference line information is shown (i.e. centerline name,
stationing every 100m, POB/POE, CT/TC/CTC, any stationing equation)
9.3
Horizontal alignment calculations and data are as per the approved design
criteria by the Department
8.2
All dimensions are shown; widths, radius, tapers, transitions, island nose
locations (Station/Offset), begin/end kerbs and barriers, etc.
9.4
Alignment calculations and design software output is matching with the
alignment data on the drawings
8.3
All geometric details are as per the approved design criteria by the
Department
9.5
Alignment data and curve data information is matching with the geometry
on the plan
8.4
Traffic circulation/directions are shown
9.6
Horizontal sight distance is checked
8.5
Service reservation corridor is shown
9.7
Numbering for alignment points and curves to sequential and not repeated
8.6
Location of structures (i.e. bridges, tunnels, walls) and major utilities (i.e.
pipelines, power lines) are shown
10.0
C8 – Ramp Terminal Details
8.7
Work to be done by others is properly annotated
10.1
Exit and entrance ramp terminal details (acceleration/deceleration length,
auxiliary lane, taper lengths, weaving distance) are as per the approved design
criteria by the Department and other international standards (i.e.AASHTO)
8.8
Limits of construction cover entire area of construction
10.2
Ramp terminal geometry is matching with the horizontal alignment data (i.e.
no kinks or mismatch coordinates)
9.0
C7 – Survey Control and Alignment Plans
11.0
C9 – Maintenance of Traffic and Construction Staging
9.1
All control points are approved by ADM/TPD, and checked/verified by the
Consultant by setting up traverse
11.1
Check constructability of the project with the proposed detour
9.2
Coordinate system and datum are as per the approved design criteria by
the Department
11.2
Maintenance of traffic and construction staging has been reviewed and
coordinated with the other stakeholders (AD Traffic Police, DOT, utility agencies),
and verify any necessary permits and licenses have been obtained
N
N/A
Remarks
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Y
N
Item
No
N/A Remarks
Document Type:
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11.3
Access to sectors, plots, pedestrian paths have been maintained at all times
during construction
12.2
Existing structures and utilities are considered while locating the proposed
signs in order to avoid any obstruction to signs.
11.4
Alternative routes proposed for the drivers with adequate signage
12.3
Pedestrian walkways and bikeways are not interrupted by the signs
11.5
Transition between construction stages is adequately addressed
12.4
Proposed pavement marking is tieing in with the existing pavement marking
properly (i.e. no kinks, no sudden change in width and type)
11.6
All temporary works are properly labelled as such and that descriptions match
the pay items
12.5
Signs and pavement markings has been reviewed and coordinated with the
other stakeholders (AD Traffic Police, DOT)
11.7
Safety has been considered by all means; i.e. proper lane drops, proper
signage and marking, additional traffic control devices such as crush cushions
and portable VMS (variable message signs) have been proposed
12.6
Safety has been considered by all means; i.e. proper lane drops, proper
signage and marking, additional traffic control devices such as crush cushions,
etc.
12.0
C10 – Traffic Control Devices – Signs and Pavement Markings
13.0
C11 – Miscellaneous Details
12.1
Traffic signs and pavement markings are as per ADM’s Traffic Control Devices
Manual and approved design criteria by the Department (i.e. all signs and
markings are as per the approved design speeds and roadway classifications)
13.1
Project specific details as required by the Department
Drawings Specific to
Each Discipline
Y
N
N/A Remarks
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Concept Design Stage
Y
N
N/A
Item
No
Remarks
Document Type:
Item to be Checked
1.0
General
4.2
Typical Cross Section
1.1
ADM Structural Design Guidelines Adopted
4.3
Initial Dimensions
1.2
Applicable Codes and Standards Adopted
4.4
Type of Hand/ Traffic Railing
1.3
Purpose/Function of the Structure Identified
4.5
Type of Superstructure
1.4
ADM IRI Sustainability Guideline
4.6
Articulation Arrangement /Type of Bearings/Type of Expansion Joints
2.0
Roadway Design Features
4.7
Type of Abutment, Pier, Foundation
2.1
Horizontal Clearances, Vertical Clearances. Existing Restrictions, Typical
Cross Sections etc. considered
4.8
Type of Retaining wall
3.0
Geotechnical Investigation
4.9
Signage Structures
3.1
Available Information and Recommendations
4.10
Protection Structures
4.0
Selection of Structural Elements
4.11
Other Structures
4.1
Span Arrangement
5.0
Selection of Materials
Concept Design Stage
Y
N
N/A
Remarks
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6.0
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Concept Design Stage
Y
N
N/A
6.10
Deflection/Camber (Vertical/Incremental/Lateral)
7.0
Other Considerations
7.1
Structure Drainage and Stormwater Systems
7.2
Lighting System over and under Structure Compliance with ADM and
other stakeholders’(i.e. UPC, DOT, PRFD, etc.) guidelines and criteria are
specified
7.3
Existing Site Condition/ Constructability and IRI ADM Sustainability
Guideline
7.4
Proposed Arrangements for Maintenance and Inspection
7.5
Utilities Carried through or Affected by the Structure
7.6
Environmental & IRI ADM Sustainability Guideline & Environmental
&Considerations
7.7
Risk and Hazards Considerations
7.8
Execution of Work, Traffic Management and Utilities Diversion
7.9
Coordination with all Concerned Authorities and Any Special Conditions
Remarks
Concrete, Reinforcement Steel, Pre stressing Steel, Structural Steel
Design Considerations
6.1
Design Specifications
6.2
Service Life
6.3
Durability Considerations
6.4
Analysis and Design Methodology
6.5
Construction Sequence
6.6
Operational Considerations Crack Sensitivity (Gas Tightness/Liquid
Retaining) Vibration, Wind and Fire Sensitivity
6.7
Permanent Loads
6.8
Live Loads
7.10
Time (Design, Coordination and Execution)
6.9
Other Loads
7.11
Cost (Initial, Final and Maintenance)
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No
Item to be Checked
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Approval in
Principle (AIP)
Document Type:
Y
N
Item
No
N/A Remarks
Approval in
Principle (AIP)
Document Type:
Item to be Checked
1.0
General
4.1
Available Information
1.1
ADM Structural Design Guidelines
4.2
Acceptance of Recommendations of the Geotechnical Report
1.2
Applicable Codes and Standards and Other References
5.0
Description of Structure
1.3
Design Verification Process
5.1
Pedestrian/ Traffic Railing
2.0
Architectural/ Aesthetics
5.2
Superstructure
2.1
Overall Scheme
5.3
Sub Structure
2.2
Pedestrian/ Traffic Railing, Pier, Abutment, Retaining Wall, Movement Joints,
Drainage System etc.
5.4
Articulation Arrangement
3.0
Roadway Design Features
5.5
Foundation
3.1
Proposed Horizontal and Vertical Clearances and Existing Restrictions
5.6
Others
3.2
Proposed Geometric Design
(Typical Cross Sections, Type of Road, Permitted Speed etc.)
6.0
Materials
4.0
Geotechnical Information
6.1
Concrete
Y
N
N/A Remarks
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Approval in
Principle (AIP)
Document Type:
Y
N
Item
No
N/A Remarks
Approval in
Principle (AIP)
Document Type:
Item to be Checked
6.2
Reinforcement
8.0
Structural Design
6.3
Pre-stressing Strands
8.1
Design Specifications
6.4
Structural Steel
8.2
Service Life
7.0
Durability Considerations
8.3
Structural Analysis and design Methodology
7.1
Concrete Strength/ Steel grade
8.4
Construction Methodology
7.2
Minimum Concrete Cover
8.5
Operational Considerations Crack Sensitivity (Gas tightness/Liquid and
retaining) Vibration, Wind and Fire Sensitivity
7.3
Concrete Crack Control
8.6
Load Modifier, Load Factor , Resistance Factors etc.
7.4
Concrete and Steel work protection
8.7
Permanent Loads
7.5
Concrete Surface Finish
8.8
Dead Load
7.6
Waterproofing
8.9
Superimposed Load
7.7
Other Durability Considerations
8.10
Utilities Load
Y
N
N/A Remarks
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Approval in
Principle (AIP)
Document Type:
Y
N
Item
No
N/A Remarks
Approval in
Principle (AIP)
Document Type:
Item to be Checked
8.11
Live Loads
8.22
Temperature, Shrinkage, Settlement
8.12
Pedestrian Live Load
8.23
Friction Force
8.13
Vehicular Live Load including Dynamic, Centrifugal and Braking Effects
8.24
Vessel Collision Load
8.14
Exceptional Abnormal Load
8.25
Other Loads
8.15
Rail Transit Load
8.26
Wind load
8.16
Live Load Surcharge
8.27
Earthquake load
8.17
Vehicular Collision Load
8.28
Fatigue
8.18
Earth Load
8.29
Plant and equipment load
8.19
Earth Fill
8.30
Construction Load
8.20
Earth Pressure (Earth pressure coefficients)
8.31
Any Special loading not covered above
8.21
Water Load/ Uplift Load
8.32
Deflection/ Camber (Vertical/incremental/Lateral)
Y
N
N/A Remarks
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Checklist No.8 – Structures (Preliminary Design Stage)
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Item to be Checked
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Approval in
Principle (AIP)
Document Type:
Y
N
Item
No
N/A Remarks
Document Type:
Preliminary Design
Stage
Item to be Checked
Y
9.0
Other Considerations
1
Updated Approval in Principle (AIP) Report
9.1
Structure Drainage System Compliance with ADM and other stakeholders’
(i.e. UPC, DOT, PRFD, etc.) guidelines and criteria are specified
2
Compliance of AIP to the Preliminary Design
9.2
Lighting system on and under structure Compliance with ADM and other
stakeholders’(i.e. UPC, DOT, PRFD, etc.) guidelines and criteria are specified
3
Architectural Plans
9.3
Farthing and Stray Currents requirements
4
Applicable Roadway/ Utilities Design Plans
9.4
Existing Site Condition
5
Structural Design Drawings
9.5
Proposed arrangements for Maintenance and Inspection
6
Structural Design Calculations
9.6
Utilities Carried Through or Affected by the Structure Compliance with ADM
and other stakeholders’(i.e. UPC, DOT, PRFD, etc.) guidelines and criteria are
specified
7
Geotechnical Report
9.7
Environmental & IRI ADM Sustainability Guideline considerations
8
Bill of Quantities
9.8
Risk and Hazards considerations
9
Construction Specifications
9.9
Execution of work, Traffic Management and Utilities Diversion
10
Design Verification Report
9.10
Coordination with all Concerned Authorities and any Special Conditions
N
N/A Remarks
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Checklist No.9 – Structures (Detailed Design/Final Design Stage)
Checklist No.10 – Structural Drawings for all Stages
Item
No
Item to be Checked
1
Final Approval in Principle (AIP) Report
2
Durability Report
3
Compliance of AIP to the Final Design
4
Final Applicable Roadway/ Utilities Design Plans
6
Final Structural Design Drawings
7
Final Structural Design Calculations
8
Final Geotechnical Report
9
Bill of Quantities
11
12
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Y
N
Item
No
N/A Remarks
Document Type:
Item to be Checked
1.0
S0 – List of Drawings
2.0
S1 – General and Design Notes
2.1
Design criteria, necessary information and assumptions to develop design
drawings.
2.2
Notes common to all structures such as design code, basic loading values,
surface finish etc.
2.3
Notes specific to a particular structure e.g. bridges, underpass, concrete
structures, steel structures etc. as applicable.
2.4
Unless otherwise covered above, each drawing may have specific notes
related to that particular drawing.
3.0
S2 – Site Location and Bore Holes Location Plans
3.1
Project location, existing and future developments in the vicinity of the project.
3.2
Project location Plan
3.3
Existing site conditions and bore holes location Plans.
3.4
Proposed Structure location with project key plan highlighting structure
location including.
Drawings Specific to
Each Discipline
Y
N
N/A Remarks
Final Architectural Plans
5
10
Detailed/ Final
Design Stage
Document Type:
Construction Specifications
Design Verification Report
Any Other Relevant Details not Stated Above
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Checklist No.10 – Structural Drawings for all Stages
Item
No
Document Type:
Item to be Checked
Y
N
Item
No
N/A Remarks
Document Type:
Item to be Checked
4.0
S3 – General Arrangement Drawings
7.0
S6 – Reinforcement and Post tensioning Details*
4.1
Architectural drawings
7.1
Foundation including footing and pile caps
4.2
Structure plan, elevation and typical cross sections showing Span
arrangement and types of structural elements.
7.2
Substructure elements
7.3
Superstructure elements
4.3
Setting out details, key levels, Clearance envelope, and radius of curves*
7.4
Box structures
4.4
Bore holes location and bore log details.*
7.5
Retaining walls
4.5
Existing/ proposed utilities crossing or affecting structures, deck drainage,
lightings and other necessary features.
7.6
Other Structures
4.6
Construction sequence
7.7
Bar cutting and bending schedules
5.0
S4 – Dimensional Details*
8.0
S7 – Miscellaneous Details
5.1
Foundation including footing and pile caps
8.1
Waterproofing.
5.2
Substructure elements
8.2
Joints.
8.3
Drainage and structure lightings.
8.4
Wearing course. Curbs, Sidewalks, and pedestrian and traffic railings.
8.5
Surface protection.
8.6
Other necessary details.
5.3
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Drawings Specific to
Each Discipline
Superstructure elements
5.4
Box structures
5.5
Retaining walls
5.6
Other Structures
6.0
S5 – Bearings & Expansion joints Details*
Drawings Specific to
Each Discipline
Y
N
N/A Remarks
*Not required for submission of Concept Design stage.
*Except S6, all above drawings are required for submission of Preliminary Design Stage. However
approximate quantities of steel with bar diameter is required for pricing purposes.
* Detailed drawings of S0, S1 to S7 are required for submission of detailed design/ Final Design Stage.
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Checklist No.11 – Utilities (For Concept Design Stage)
Checklist No.12 – Utilities (Preliminary Design Stage)
Item
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Document Type:
Item to be Checked
1
2
3
4
Sustainability Strategy: to follow Estidama requirement for 2 Pearl rating for
the Building Areas and will implement accordingly in our Design IRI ADM
Sustainability Guideline for mentioned areas but not limited because the
proposed HVAC (A/C) shall be VRF (VRV) System or equivalent
The Parking Garage: to coordinate with CD the Induction Fan system
Plumbing: design according to the last version of ADM implemented standard
for materials.
All temporary works are properly labelled as such and that descriptions match
the pay items
Electrical Systems based on :
a- Electrical Power: A breakdown (calculations) required for Total Load of
the project such as electrical power and LED Lighting or equivalent using
ADM Specification and Standard.
b- CCTV and Security ( control access)Systems will be provided
4
c- Elevators (Elec. Or Hyd.)
All Drawings
Y
N
Item
No
Document Type:
Item to be Checked
N/A Remarks
1
Submittal form filled, stamped & singed
2
Letter from consultant stamped & singed
3
Key plan (show the location of project).
4
Proposed roads layout
5
Existing roads layout
6
Existing roads lighting services.
7
Existing roads lighting poles with mention height and luminaries.
8
Watts and type as per standard legend
9
Existing cable with size and circuits
10
Existing feeder pillar location
11
Existing roads lighting ducts
12
Estimated cost
13
Total proposed roads length.
14
Existing substations location
15
Height of poles (Columns)
16
Pole spacing.
All Drawings
Y
N N/A Remarks
d- Fire Alarm System
e- Scada System
f- Lightning Protection if it is required.
More over, study the possibility to provide gas line .
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1
Submittal form filled, stamped & singed.
2
Key plan (show the location of project).
3
Four set of color drawing
4
CD digital copy as drawing index layout.
5
Bill of Quantities
6
Existing & proposed substation with location & number
7
DEWA overhead lines (Proposed).
8
Details for DEWA overhead with lighting poles section & profile
9
Single line diagram with each circuit load & total load for FP. Voltage drop on each circuit
maximum 4% to be show.
10
Under bridge lighting & design calculation
11
Tunnel lighting drawing & design calculation
12
Roads lighting design calculation
13
Prepare a schedule of work.
14
Copy of Updates/new standards from the Consultant implemented for the design
All Drawings
Y
N
N/A Remarks
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