I.D. FORM N0.111
CONDITION OF CONTRACT
CLAUSE1- The person or persons whose tender is accepted ( herein after
Further deposit called the “Contractor” ) shall within one week after his or their to tender
has been accepted deposit the Government of Utter Pradesh ( herein after
called the “ Government”) either in cash or in securities as provided in
paragraph 614 and 615 of financial hand book, volume VI such sum as will
the earnest money deposited with the tender amount to
Rupees............................. and where ant security so deposited is not
payable to bearer the contractor shall endorse or transfer it to the said
Government in such a manner that sum represented by it can be realized
with out the or assistance of the contractor . The contractor shall also
permit Government ay the time of making ant payment to him for work
done under the contract to deduct ..............percent of all moneys so
payable on account of money to be adjusted in the last deductions with
Deduction from amount :-
payment (i) In case of works estimated to cost up to Rs. 1,00,000/- to 10%
of the estimated cast .
(ii) In the case of works estimated to cost more than Rs. 1,00,000/-
& up to Rs. 2,00,000/- to 10% on the first 10,000/-& 7 1/2 % on
the balance and,
(iii) In the case of works estimated to cost more than Rs. 2,00,000/-
to 10% on the first Rs. 1,00,000/- 71/2 % on the next Rs.
1,00,000/- and 5% on the balance unless he is/they are
exempted from payment or security deposited if individual case
or has/have deposited the out of the security ay the rate of fixed
deposit or Guarantee Bonds of ant scheduled Bank in India.
( G.O. Number 5479/Sa Kha/81-23/81/N-79 Dt. 05-11-82)
If the security is furnished in the form guarantee bond the contractor
Security Deposit undertakes to renew or to furnish fresh guarantee to cover the period of
time extension of ant and failure on his part to do so shall be construed as
a breach of his contract and without prejudice to ant other remedy provided
in these conditions the Engineer-in –chief shall have right to withheld the
payment and the entire security amount ant moneys becoming payable to
the contractor and the amount of security money shall if not withheld on
account of breach of contract if be refunded after ..........months of the date
of completion of the work or after payment of the final bill which ever is later
subject to the condition that in case of the building work of the first rainy
season comprising of months of June, July, August and September is not
fully covered within the period of .................month mentioned above the
amount of security money will not be with held on account of breach of
contract be refunded after the expiry of the first rainy season comprising of
the months mentioned above or after the payment of the final bill which
ever is later.
Provided that in case the payment of the final bill is not made
within...........months of the completion of the work 75% of the amount of
the security money can be refunded with the prior approval of the authority
next higher to the person accepting the contract on behalf of the
All compensation or other sums of money payable by the contractor
met be deducted from or realized by the sale of a sufficient part of his
security deposit, or from the interest arising there from or from ant sums
which may be due or may become due to the contractor by Government or
on account what so ever and the event of his security deposit being
reduced by reason of any such deduction or sales as aforesaid , the
contractor shall within 10 days thereafter make good in cash of
Government Securities endorsed as aforesaid any sum of sums which may
have been deducted from or raised by the sale of security deposit or ant
part there of.
Without prejudice to any other remedy provided by law the
Government may recover all dues here dues here under from the
contractor as arrears of land revenue. ( G. O .No A-2-2242/X-83-17-(5)71
EXPLANATION – For the purpose of this clause if the work is under this
contract includes construction, reconstruction or repair of any structure
giving roof over it, the whole work will be classed as building work .
CLAUSE-2-A- Time is the essence of the contract. The contractor shall
commence and shall complete the work covered by the tender on the date
fixed by the Executive Engineer for the commencement and completion of
such work and shall in interval between those dates keep the work up to
the schedules of quantities and dates shown in the Progress statement to
be signed by the contractor and attached to the tender. If the work falls in
arrears of the progress statement either in quantity or in time, then for
everyday that the work is so in arrears the contractor shall be liable to pay
as compensation as amount equal to one percent or such smaller amount
as the Executive Engineer ( whose decision in writing shall be final) may
decide, on the estimated cost of the whole work :- Provided always that
the entire amount of compensation to be paid under the provisions of this
clause shall not exceed ten percent of the estimated cost of the work as
shown in the tender .
( Clause 2-B To be used instead of 2-A when the latter is from the nature
of work impracticable)
(Clause 2-B To be instead of 2-A when the latter is failed to complete the
Compensation for work within the period specified in the tender. Such period shall be
delay reckoned from the date on which he order to commence work is given to
the contractor. The contractor shall ay all times during such period proceed
with the work with due diligence and he shall pay as compensation an
amount equal to one percent or such smaller amount as
the.......................Engineer (Whose decision in writing shall be final) may
decide on the amount of the estimated cost of the whole work as shown in
the tender for every day that the work remains in commenced, if unfinished
after the proper dates. And further, in order to ensure good progress during
the execution of the work the contractor shall be bound in all cases in
which the time allowed of ant work exceed one month to complete one-
fourth of the value or quantity ( as the...............Engineer may determine ) of
the whole of the work before one-fourth of the whole- time allowed under
the contract elapsed, one-half of the value or quantity (as
the...............Engineer may determine) of the one half of such time has
elapsed , and three-fourth of the value or quantity (as the...............Engineer
may determine) of this work before three-fourth of such time of elapsed .
If the contractor fails to comply with this condition he shall be liable to pay
as compensation an amount equal to one per cent or such smaller amount
as the............... Engineer (whose decision in writing shall be final) may
decide on the said estimated cost of the whole work for the every day that
the quantity of work remains incomplete. Providing always that the entire
amount of the compensation to be paid under the provisions of this clause
shall not exceed ten percent on the estimated cost of the work as shown in
CLAUSE -3 (i) In any case in which under any clause or clauses of his
Action by which contract the contractor shall have rendered himself liable to pay
whole of security compensation amounting to the whole of his security deposit ( whether paid
in one sum or deducted by installments) the
deposit is forfeited
....................................Engineer shall have power to adopt such of the
following courses as he may deem best .
(a) He may rescind the contract giving the contractor notice of
rescission signed by the Executive Engineer and may then take the
whole of the contractor’s security deposit for the use of the
Government as compensation for loss caused by the contractor’s
(b) He may, after giving the contractor.........................day’s notice in
writing of his intention to do so, measure up the work done by the
contractor and then employ and pay laborers and supply or procure
materials and carry out all or any part of the work himself on behalf
of Government debiting the contractor with the actual cost and
crediting him ay the contract rates with the value of the work so
done, and may postpone till completion of the work so taken over
assessment of the compensation go be paid by the contractor. If
any work is taken over by the ................................Engineer the
certificate in writing of the Executive Engineer or of the Sub-
Divisional Officer as to its cost and value shall be final and
conclusive against the contractor .
(c) He may, after giving the contractor......................day’s notice in
writing of his intention to do so measure up the work done by the
contractor take the work out of his hands and give a contract for its
completion to another contractor and may postpone till the
completion of the work the assessment of the compensation to be
paid by the original contractor. If
the.....................................Engineer elects to give the completion of
the work to another contractor the original contractor shall pay any
expenses which may be incurred in excess of the sum which would
have been paid to him if the whole work had been carried out by
him, and a certificate in writing of the Executive Engineer or of the
Sub-Divisional Officer shall be final and conclusive as against the
original contractor as to the amount of any such expenses .
(ii) If the.............................Engineer dose not desire to do so the work,
the contractor shall not be entitled to compensation for ant loss sustained by
him by reason of his having purchased or procured any materials, or entered
into any engagement, or made ant advances on account of or with a view to
execution of the work or the performance of the contract, and shall mot be
entitled to recover or be paid or be given credit for any sum for any work
therefore actually performed by him under his contract, unless and until the
Executive Engineer or the Sub-Divisional Officer acting under his order shall
have certified in writing the performance of such work and the value thereof
the contractor shall only be entitled to be paid the value as so certified .
(iii) If upon any occasion the ..................................Engineer abstains
from exercising the powers given go him by this clause such abstention shall
not prevent him from exercising such powers upon a subsequent occasion if
the contactor again makes default , nor shall such abstention absolve the
contractor from liability to pay compensation for ant default which he may
have made .
CLAUSE -4 If the ..............................Engineer exercise any of the power
Contractor remains liable given to him by clause 3 he may, if he so desires take possession of all or
to pay compensation if any of tools , plant materials and stores in or upon the work or the side
action not taken under thereof and belonging to the contractor or procured by him and intended to
clause3 be used for the execution of the work or any part thereof, and pay or allow
the contractor for the same ay the contract rate, or in the case of these not
being applicable, at current Market rates to be certified by the Executive
Engineer , whose certificate thereof shall be final and if the
............................................. Engineer does not desire to do so, the
Executive Engineer may, by notice writing to the contractor or his clerk or
the work’s foreman or other authorized agent , required him to remove
Powers to take such tools, plants, materials or stores from the premises ( within a time to
possession of or require be specified in such notice) and if the contractor fails to comply with any
removal of or sell such requisition , the Executive Engineer any remove them at the
contractor’s plant contractor’s expense and at his risk in all respects by auction or private
sale and the certificate or the Executive Engineer as to expenses of any
such shall be final and conclusive against the contractor .
CLAUSE -5 If the contractor desires an extension of the time for
completion of the work on the ground of any unavoidable hinderance to its
Extension of Time execution having arisen, he shall apply in writing to the
........................Engineer within 30 days the existence of such hinderance
first becomes known to him and the .........................................Engineer
shall if in his opinion (which shall be final) reasonable grounds be sown
therefore , authorize such extension of time as may, in his opining be
necessary or proper .
CLAUSE-6 On completion of the work the contractor shall send a
Final certificates registered notice to the Sub-Divisional Officer ( thereafter called Engineer-
in-charge) giving the date of completion and shall also send a copy of such
notice to the Executive Engineer, and shall request the Engineer in charge
to give him a certificate of completion . No such certificate will be given nor
shall the work be considered to be complete until the contractor has
removed from the premises on which the work has been executed all
scaffolding, surplus materials and rubbish , and cleaned all wood- work ,
door, windows walls floor or other part of any building in, upon and about
which the work has been executed or of which he may gave had
possession for the purpose of execution thereof, and, if the contractor fails
to do so on or before the date fixed for completion of work the Engineer-in-
charge may do so , and may sell such scaffoldings and materials as have
not been removed by the contractor and the contractor shall forthwith pat
all expenses so incurred and shall have no claim in respect of any such
scaffolding, surplus material as aforesaid except for any sum actually
realized by the sale thereof. On completion the work shall be measured by
the Engineer-in-charge , whose measurements shall be binding and
conclusive against the contractor .
CLAUSE-7 In the case of work estimated to cost more than rupees one
Payment on intermediate thousand , the contractor shall, on submitting the bill thereof be entitled to
certificate to be regarded receive a monthly payment proportionate to the part thereof then approved
as advances for such purpose by the Engineer-in-charge, whose certificate of approval
and passing of the sum so payable shall be final and conclusive against
the contractor , But any such payment will only be made as advances to be
credited to Government in the final settlement of accounts , with the
contractor and not as payment for work completed and passed and the
making of ant such payment shall not either preclude the Executive
Engineer or Sup-Divisional Officer from requiring the contractor to remove
or reconstruct or –erect ant work on the ground that such work is bed
unsound imperfect or unskilled or prevent Government from enforcing any
claim against the contractor on account of any default by him or conclude,
determine or affect in ant way the powers of the Engineer –in-charge under
these conditions or any of them as to the final settlement and adjustment of
the accounts or otherwise or in any other way vary or affect the contractor.
The Engineer-in-charge certificate of the measurement and of the total
amount payable for the work shall be final and binding on all parties.
CLAUSE-8 If the contractor abandones, or is unable to complete the work,
Inability to complete the the ...................................Engineer may certify in writing the value of the
work work done by the contractor towards the completion of the contract. Such a
certificate shall be final and conclusive against the contractor and he will
not be paid more than the value of such work as so certified irrespective of
the contract rates.
CLAUSE-9 When the estimate on which a tender is made includes lump
Lump sum in estimates sum in respect of parts of the work, the contractor shall be entitled to
payment in respect of the items of work involved, or the part of the work in
question at the same rates as are payable under this contract for other
such item of work, unless the part of the work in question is not in the
opinion of the Engineer-in-charge , capable of measurement in which case
the Engineer-in-charge may pay such lump sum as he may determine to be
the value thereof, and the certificate in writing of the Engineer-in charge
shall be final and conclusive against the contractor as to the basis upon
which payment is to be made in such cases and as the amount to be paid .
CLAUSE-10 Every month on or before a date to fixed by the Engineer-in-
Bill to be submitted charge the contractor shall if so required submit a bill for all works executed
monthly by him during the previous month and the Engineer-in-charge shall take or
cause to be taken all measurement necessary for checking the contractor’s
bill and adjusting his claim as speedily as possible, If the contractor does
not submit his bill within the time so fixed the Engineer-in-charge may after
giving the contractor .....................................day’s notice in writing measure
or depute some one to measure such work in presence or the contractor
whose signature on the list of measurements shall be sufficient authority to
the Engineer-in-charge to draw up , a bill based on such measurement and
any bill so drawn up shall be binding on the contractor . If the contractor
fails to attend when such measurements are taken , such measurements
shall be binding on him , and if he attend but refuses to sign the list of
measurements the matter shall be refereed to immediate superior of the
Engineer-in-charge whose decision shall be binding on the contractor .
CLAUSE-11 The contractor shall submit all bills on the printed form which
Bill to be on printed will be supplied to him at the rates specified in the tender or in the case of
forms any extra work ordered in pursuance of these condition and not mentioned
or provided for in tender at the rates hereinafter provided for such work.
CLAUSE 12 If the specification or the estimate of the work provided for the
Stores supplied by use of any special description of materials to be supplied from the
Government Engineer-in-charge stores. Or if is required that the contractor shall use
certain stores to be provided by the Engineer-in-charge( such materials
and stores and the prices to be charged thereof as herein after mentioned
being so far as practicable and for the convenience of the contractor
specified in the schedules hereto annexed but not so as in any way to
control the meaning or effect of this contract), the contractor shall be
supplied with such materials and stores as may from time to time be
required by him for the purpose of the contract but only for such purpose
and he shall pay for the same ay the rates specified in the said schedule or
if no rates are specified ay the cost price as defined in clause 13 thereof .
All materials so supplied to the contractor become the property of the
contractor, but shall not on any account the removed from the site of the
work until the whole work is certified to be completed by the Executive
Engineer and shall ay all times be open to inspection by the Engineer-in-
charge . The Executive Engineer shall, however have the option to take
over any such materials, if unused at the time of completion or termination
of the contract at the specified issue rate, or the current market rate which
ever is less.
CLAUSE 13 All articles required by the contractor for the construction of
the work and which the contractor is to supply himself, shall be obtained by
the contractor from the firms which the Directors of Industries has made
arrangement and articles supplied by the contractor shall conform to such
specification and/ or tests, if any/or, sincerely may be prescribed by the
Directors of Industries in consultation with the consuming department .
CLAUSE 14 The contractor shall obtain from the stores of the Engineer-in-
Stores imported from charge, all such imported stores or materials as may be required in ant
considerable quantity for the work or ant part thereof or for making up
Europe to be obtained
articles required therefore or in connection therewith . The value of such
stores and articles as may be supplied to the contractor by the Engineer-
in-charge, will be debited to the contractor in this account ay the rated
shown in the schedules attached to the contract and if they are not entered
in the schedules they will debited ay the cost price , which for the purpose
of this contract shall include the cost of carriage and all other expenses
whatever which shall have been incurred in obtaining delivery for the same
at the stores aforesaid . The Executive Engineer may issue materials to a
contractor from existing stock if he asked for ant excess of those excess in
the schedules . In such case the price charges will be stock rate or the
market rate whichever is greater .
CLAUSE 15 The contractor shall execute the whole and every part of the
Work to be executed in work in the most substantial and workmanlike manner and every respect in
accordance with strict accordance with the specification both as regards materials and
specification drawing otherwise . The contractor shall also conform exactly , fully and faith filly to
orders etc. design drawing and instruction in writing relating to the work signed by the
Engineer-in-charge and lodged in his office , and the contractor shall be
entitled to inspect the same during office hours and may ay his own
expense have of the specification, and of all such designs, drawing and
instruction as aforesaid made for his own use.
CLAUSE 16 The Engineer-in-charge shall have power to make such
Alterations specification alteration or addition to the original specifications drawings, designs and
and designs . instruction as may appears to him to be necessary or advisable during the
progress of the work , and the contractor shall be bound to carry out the
work in accordance with any instruction which may be given to him writing
Do not invalidate signed by the Engineer in charge and such alterations shall not invalidate
contract the contract; and any additional work which the contractor may be so
directed to do shall carried out by the contractor on the same condition in
all respect on which be agreed to the main work and at the same rates as
Extension in time in are specified in the tender for the main work . The time for completion of
consequence if alteration the work shall be extended in the proportion that additional work bears to
the original contract work and the certificate of the Engineer in charge shall
be conclusive as to such proportions. If the additional work includes any
items for which no rate is specified hereunder , then the contractor shall
carry out the work ay the rate entered in the schedules of Rates of the
Rates for additional District but if the schedules does not contain any rate for such work, then
works not in estimate or the contractor shall not begin such work until a rate in respect of such work
has been settled by mutual agreement between him and the Engineer-in
schedule or rate of the
charge with the approval of the officer accepting the contract, and if they
district are unable to agree upon a rate within two weeks from the date when the
contractor received the order, the Engineer-in-charge may be a notice in
writing cancel the order for such work and carry it out in such manner as he
may think best. In the event of a dispute the decision of the Superintending
Engineer shall be final and binding on the contractor.
CLAUSE-17 The Executive Engineer acting on the written order of his
immediate superior, may at any time notice in writing to the contractor
No compensation or either stop the work all together or reduce or cut it down. If the work is
alteration in or restriction stopped altogether , the contractor will only be paid for work done and
of work to be carried out expenses legitimately incurred by him on or preparation for the execution of
the work up to the date on which such notice is received by him such
expenses shall be assessed by the Executive Engineer , whose decision
shall be final and binding on the contractor . If the work, is cut down the
contractor will be paid for the work as so cut down but in neither case will
be paid any compensation whatsoever for the loss of profit which he might
have if he had been allowed to compete all work included in the tender.
CLAUSE 18 If the Engineer –in-charge is satisfied that the construction of
any part of the work is faulty or that materials used in the same are inferior
Action and compensation to those for which the specification provided or that any materials or articles
payable in case of hand provided by the contractor are not in accordance with the contract he may,
work . not with standing that such work materials or articles may have been
passed certified or paid for, serve the contractor with notice in writing
specifying the work, materials or articles of which he complaints and
requiring the contractor to remedy such defects or to replace such
materials or articles within a specified period of time .
If the contractor fails to comply, in all respect with the requirements of
any such notice within ten day’s after the expiration of the period specified
in that notice the Engineer-in-charge may himself remedy such defects, or
as the case may be replace such materials or articles , and contractor shall
pay all expenses incurred by the Engineer-in-charge in so doing and the
certificate in writing of the Engineer-in-charge as to the amount of any such
expenses shall be final and binding upon the contractor .
CLAUSE-19 All works under or in course of execution or executed in
pursuance of the contract shall at all times be open for inspection and
supervision by the Engineer-in-charge and his subordinates and the
Work to be open to contractor shall at all times during the usual working hours, and on any
inspection other occasion of which he shall have had reasonable notice either
himself be present to receive orders an instructions or have responsible
agent duly accredited in writing present for that purpose . Order given to
any such agent has the same effect as order given to the contractor
CLAUSE 19 A No labourer below the age of 12years shall be employed on
the work .
CLAUSE- 19B The contractor shall pay to his labourer a fair wages .
CLAUSE-19C The contractor before he commences work shall (a) post in
conspicuous place on the work w notice giving the rates or wages have
been certified as fair by the Executive Engineer , and (b) send the copy of
the notice to the Executive Engineer .
CLAUSE 19D The contractor shall be bound and shall be responsible to
comply with the provisions or the labour laws in force in state of Utter
Pradesh including the minimum wags Act of ant enactment in supervision,
extension or modification thereof which nay be passed ay any times from
time to time by a competitive legislative body and may effect in the state of
Utter Pradesh and the Rules and Regulations made there under or ant
amendment or modification thereof for the time being in force. All expenses
in connection with the compliance of such laws and rules shall be borne the
contractor shall nither demand nor claim shall be entitled to ant additional
payment for the reason that he failed to take in to account any such
expense in his tender or that ant subsequent amendment in such laws or
rules have changed basis on which he worked out such expenses while
submitting his tender.
In every case in which by virtue of the provisions of the labour laws in
force in the state of Utter Pradesh and the rules and regulations made
there under, the Government is obliged to pat any sum in the execution of
the work , Government will recover from the contractor the amount so paid;
and without prejudice to other rights of the Government , the Government
shall be ay liberty to recover such amount or any part thereof by deduction
it either from the security money deposited by the contractor or to his credit
under clause I of these conditions or from any other sum due by
Government to the contractor whether under this contract or otherwise .
CLAUSE 20- In order that the work may be measured and the correct
dimensions thereon taken, the contractor shall not cover up any part of the
same or otherwise place it beyond reach of measurement until he has
Contractor or responsible either obtained the consent in writing of the Engineer-in-charge or his
agent to be present subordinate- in-charge of the work or until he has given to the Engineer-in-
charge or such subordinate five day’s notice in writing that the work is
ready for measurements. If the contractor covers up any work or ;laces it
beyond reach of the measurement without such consent and before the
expiration of the period of such notice , the contractor shall either, as he
may elect strip such work ay his own expense in order that if may be
measured or shall forfeit the price of such work and of the material used in
its construction .
Vide G.O no. 1381-IBD-50/XXXIII-IB-89-B-W, dated May 26, 1950.
CLAUSE 21 - All works to be executed under the contract shall be
Notice to he given before executed under the direction and subject to the approval in all respect or
work is covered up the Engineer – in-charge for the time being who shall be entitled to direct at
what point or points and in what manner they are to be commenced and
from time to time carried on.
CLAUSE 22- Execpt where otherwise specified in the contract the
decision of the ........................................................................Engineer fro
Deirection of work the time being shall be final, conclusive and binding on all parties to the
contract upon all questions relating to the meeting of the specifications,
designs, drawing and instructions herein before mentioned . The decision
of such Engineer as to the quality of workmanship or materials used on the
work, or as to any other question. Claim, right matter or thing whatsoever in
any way arising out or relating to the contract design. Drawing.
Specification, estimates instructions. Order of these conditions or otherwise
concerning the work or the execution of failure to execute the same
whether arising during the progress of the work or after the completion or
abandonment of the contract by the contractor shall also be final and
conclusive and binding on the contractor.
CLAUSE 23- If the contractor or his work people or servants shall break
Decision of Engineer to be deface, injure or destroy any part of a building in which they may be
working, or any building, road, fence, enclosure or grass land or cultivated
final contractor liable for
ground contiguous to the premises on which the work or any part of it is
damages done and for being executed. Of if any damage shall happen to the work while progress
imperfections for three from any case due to the negligence of responsibility ( the decision of the
months for certificate . Executive Engineer shall be final) the contractor shall at his own expense
make good such damage, or. In default, the Engineer-in-charge may cause
the same to be made good and the contractor , shall pay any expense so
incurred and the certificate of the Engineer-in-charge as to the amount of
such expenses shall be final and binding on the contractor .
CLAUSE 24- The contractor shall supply at own cost all materials ( except
such , special materials, if any, as may in accordance with the contractor
be supplied from the Engineer-in-charge’s stores), plant, tools. Appliance.
Contractor to supply plant, Implements, ladders, cordage. tackle. scaffolding and temporary works
ladder, scaffolding etc. requisite or proper for the proper execution of the work, whether original,
altered or substituted and whether included in the specification or other
documents forming part of the contract referred to in conditions or not or
which may be necessary for the purpose of satisfying or complying with the
requirements of the Engineer-in- charge as to any matter as to which under
these conditions he is entitled to be satisfied or which he is entitled to
require, and shall pay for the carriage of all such things to and from the
work. The contractor shall also supply without charge workmen with the
And liable for damages means and materials necessary for the purpose of setting out of works, and
arising from non- for counting , weighing and assisting in the measurement or examination of
provision of light the work , or materials ay ant time . If the contractor fails to do so the same
fencing etc. may be provided by the Engineer-in-charge and the contractor shall pay
the cost of the same as certified by the Engineer in charge . whose
certificate shall be final . The contractor shall also provide all necessary
fencing and lights required to protect the public form accident and shall
bear the expenses or defence of every suit , action or other proceedings ay
law that may be brought by any person for injury sustained owing to
neglect of the above precautions, and shall also pay any damages and
costs which may be awarded in any such suit action or proceedings to any
such person, or which may with the consent of the contractor be paid to
compromise any claim by any such person.
CLAUSE 25- The contractor shall not employ female labour in the
Female labour not to be execution of the work or ant part thereof within the limits of a cantonment .
CLAUSE-26 The contractor shall not assign or sub-let the contract without
the written approval of the .................................................Engineer : and if
Work not sub-let the contractor does or attempts so to do or becomes insolvent or
commences any insolvency proceedings or makes attempts to make any
composition with his creditors , or if he or any of his servants or agents
either directly or indirectly gives offers or promises any bribe, gratuity, gift.
Loan, perquisite, reward or advantage pecuniary or otherwise to any public
officer or person in the employ of the Government in any way relating to his
officer and employments, or if any such officer or shall become in any way
directly or indirectly interested in the contract without having first obtained
Contractor may be the permission in writing of the Government , the
rescinded and security ........................................... Engineer may thereupon by notice in writing
deposit forfeited for rescind the contract, and the security deposit of the contractor shall
subletting, bribing or if thereupon stand forfeited and be absolutely at the disposal of the
contractor becomes Government and the same consequences shall ensure as if the contractor
insolvent had been rescinded under clause 3 hereof, and in addition the contractor
shall not be entitled to recover or be paid for any work therefore actually
performed under the contract.
CLAUSE 27- Any sum payable by the contractor as compensation under
Sum payable by way of any of these conditions shall be deemed to be reasonable compensation
compensation to be fro the act or default in respect of which the same becomes payable
considered as reasonable without proof of the actual amount of damage or loss sustained .
reference to actual loss
CLAUSE 28- In the case of a tender by partners , the contractor shall
Changes in constitution of state the name of the members of the firm and shall notify to the Engineer-
firm. in-charge any change in the constitution of the firm as soon as such
CLAUSE 29- In the case of any class of work for which there is no such
Action where no specification specification as is mentioned in the rule I, such work shall be carried out in
accordance with the district specification, and if there is no districts
specification, the work shall be carried out in all respects in accordance
with instructions and requirement of the Engineer –in-charge.
CLAUSE 30- In these conditions unless there is something in the subject
Definition of work. or context repugnant to such an interpretation, the expression “work” mean
the work to be done or executed under the contract or whether such work
is permanent or temporary and whether it is original, altered. Substituted
CLAUSE 31- The additions and deductions on account of the percentage
Contractor’s percentage referred to at page 3 of the accepted tender will be calculated on the gross,
whether applied to net gross and not the net amounts of the bills for the work done .
amount or bills ( strike out this
clause in the case of an item
CLAUSE 32- (1) In every case in which by virtue of the provisions of
section 12, sub-section (1) of the Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1932,
Government is obliged to pay compensation to a workmen employed by
the contractor or by any sub- contractor from him in execution of the work
Government will recover from the contractor the amount of the
compensation so paid: and without prejudice to the rights of the
Government under section 12, sub-section (2) of the said Act, Government
shall be at liberty to recover such amount or any part thereof by deduction
it either from the security money deposited by the contractor or to his
credit under clause I of these conditions or from any other sum due by the
Government to the contractor whether under this contract or otherwise .
Compensation to workmen (2) Government shall not be bound to contest any claim made against it
under section 12, sub-section (1) of the said Act, except on the written
request of the contractor and upon his giving to the Government full
security for all costs fro which Government might become liable in
consequence of contesting the claim.
CLAUSE 33- Notwithstanding anything stipulated in the aforesaid
clauses, Government shall have power retain ant sum due to the
contractor(s) and set off all claims against him (them) whether arising out of
the particular contract or out of any other transaction or contract held by
him (them_) alone or in partnership with others.
CLAUSE 34- All disputes in respect of this contract arising between
Contractor and the Department will be put to the Superintending Engineer
............................................................and his decision shall be final and
legally binding on both parties .
CLAUSE 35- Quantities are liable to variation on other sides without
entitling the contractor to compensation on his account .
CLAUSE 36- Contractor shall himself make proper living accommodation
water and sanitary arrangement etc. for labour which ordinarily should be
arranged through Employment Exchange will give preference Ex-
servicemen . He remove any undesirable if order by the department .
CLAUSE 37- Claims not preferred within 48 hours occurrence are liable to
be rejected .
CLAUSE 38- No extra payment shall be made to the contractor for making
profits and namusa in connection with the executing of work as per G.O.
No 355-3B/6 XXIII-IB II dated 22-06-66.
CLAUSE 39- During the course of construction if any emergency is
forwarded due to any clause or claim of work the contractor shall send a
registered notice to the Executive Engineer in charge within a fortnight of
the origin of the claims. If he fails to do so on if he postpones of such
claims till the completion of work he will be entitled to on compensation .
CLAUSE 40- The contractor shall not influence the workman directly or
indirectly labour borne on the muster Roll or by any other contractor by
paying higher wages or providing extra facilities without the permission of
the Executive Engineer and if dose so contrary to the above will be
responsible for the loss or damage caused or claimed by other parties and
the decision of the Executive Engineer as to the amount of such damage
shall be final and binding on both parties .
CLAUSE 41- This agreement is subject to the standard specification the
clearance of size shall be done by contractor at his own expenses .
CLAUSE 42- Income tax at the rate of 2% shall be deducted from the bill
in terms of sub section (i) section 194 (0) of Income tax Act XVI of 1972.
CLAUSE 43- The contractor agrees to persuades all his labour and other
Employees including casual labour employed by him to adopt family
For family planning planning teorhnics ( including vaseetomo and tubectony ) on lines with
purpose in contract . policies and programme announced by the State Government from time to
time in relation to the State Government from time to time in relation to the
State Government so far as may be applicable and to furnish to Engineer in
charge monthly report in this behalf .
( G.O. No 5032/76-23CE/1975-76 dated at Sept.1976.
Schedules showing (approximate ) materials to be supplied from Public Works Stores for Works
contracted to be executed and the rates at which they are to be charged for, vide clause 12 of
Particulars Rate at which the materials will be charged to the Place of delivery
Units Rs. P.
Signature of Contractor Signature of Sub-Divisional Officer
I.D. Form No.112
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT, UTTER PRADESH
....................................................................Division .....................................................Sub Division
ITEMS OF PERCEMTAGE RATE-TEMDER OF CONTRACTORS
Name of work ...................................................................................................................................
Name of contractors ........................................................................................................
GENERAL RULES AND DIRECTIONS FOR THE GUIDAMCE
1. All works proposed for execution by contract will be notified in a form of invitation to tender
pasted on a board hung up in the office of
And signed by the ...................................
This form will state the work to be carried out, as well as the date for submitting and
opening tenders, and the time allowed for carrying out the work also the amount of earnest
money to be deposited with the tender, and the amount of security deposit to be deposited
by the successful tenderer and the percentages , if ant, to be deducted from bills. This set
of contract documents consisting of copies of drawing and details of the proposed work
specifications, schedule of quantities of various items of works and a form of the printed
conditions of contract together with the form of tender to be used , signed for the purpose of
By the .............................................and approved by the authority competent to make the
contract shall be
Available of public inspection ay the office of
The ............................during the office hours .
2. In the event of the tender being submitted by a firm, it must be signed separately by each
member thereof, or, in the event of the absence of any partner, it must be signed on his
behalf by person holding a power-of-attorney authorizing him to do so.
3. Receipt for payments made on account of work when executed by a firm must also be
signed by the several partners, except where the contractors are described in thief tender
as a firm in which case the receipt must be signed in the name of the firm by the one of the
partners or by some other persons having authority to give effectual receipts for the firm.
4. Any contractor who submits a tender shall fill up the prescribed form of tender striking out
the alternative offer on page 3 of the form mot applicable to the case. Tenderers which
propose any alteration in the work specified in the form of notice inviting tender or in the
time allowed for carrying out the work or which contain any other conditions of any sort, or
are not filled up English or accompanied by the deposit of earnest money notified, will be
liable to rejection. Tenders shall have the name of the work to which they refer written
outside the envelops.
5. (1) The Executive Engineer or this duly authorized assistant will open in the presence of
any intending contractor who may be present at the time and will enter the amount of
several tenders in s comparative statement in a suitable form . In the event of a tender
being accepted a receipt for the earnest money forwarded herewith shall there upon be
given to the contractor , who shall thereupon for the purpose of identification, sign copies of
the specification and other document mentioned in rule 1. In the event of a tender being
rejected the earnest money forwarded with such unaccepted tender shall thereupon be
returned to the contractor making the same.
(2) When tenders are received by the Sub- Divisional Officer he will open and deal with
them in the manner specified above, and will submit them to the Executive-Engineer for
orders . The earnest money if in currency noted shall be credited in the cash-book and paid
into the Treasury, a receipt in account form no. 3 being given to the party tendering . If
earnest money is preferred in any of the securities specified in rule 9, it shall entered in the
register of securities Account forms 85 & 86 . Earnest money received in currency notes
shall be returned to unsuccessful tenderers as soon as their tenders are rejected the usual
stamp receipt being taken.
6. The accepting authority shall have the right of rejecting all or any of the tenders.
7. The receipt of an accountant or a clerk for the earnest money paid by the contractor will not
be considered as any acknowledgement of payment to
The ...................................and the contractor shall be responsible for seeing that be
procures a receipt signed
By the .......................................
8. The memorandum of work tendered for shall be filled in and completed in the office of Sub-
The ..................before the tender form is issued.
9. The Amount of the earnest money should ordinarily be- Rs
(a) When the amount of the tender does not exceed Rs. 2,000 50
(b) When exceeding Rs. 2,000 and not exceeding Rs 5,000 100
(c) When exceeding Rs. 5,000 and not exceeding Rs. 1,000 200
(d) For each additional Rs. 5,000 of portion of Rs 5,000 a further sum of 100
Such earnest money shall be deposited by the contractor in Government Treasury or Sub-
Treasury as laid down in paragraphs 340 (b) (1), 344(b) of the Financial Handbook, Volume V,
Part I, Account Rules and receipted Treasury challan attached to the tender .
Note – The Officer calling for tender may, in special cases where it would be inconvenient
for Tenderers to deposit money into Government treasury, relax the rule , and permit contractors
to deposit earnest money with him in cash or currency notes up to a limit of Rs. 100 instead of into
a treasury . Such deposits should be treated as “ Public Works Department Deposit “.
TENDER FOR WORKS
“ Hereby tender for the execution for the Governor of Uttar Pradesh of the work specified in the
underwritten memorandum within the time specified in the memorandum at the rate specified
therein, and in accordance in all respects, with the specification designs] drawings end instruction
in writing referred to in rule 1 here of and in clause 2 of the conditions of contract and with such
materials as are provided for by and in other respects in accordance with such conditions so far as
(a) General description (a) If several sub- work
are included they
should be detailed in a
(b) Estimated cost separate list .
( c) Estimated cast (b) Vide rule 9 on
(d) Time allowed for the work from date of written order to commence
Item Item Approximate Unit Per Rate (e) Tendered (e) Strike out the
of number of (e) sanctioned alternative and attach
work Quantity signature to it .
(f) in figure (f) in
Rs. P. words
N.B. ( When tenders
are to be submitted at
a percentage above or
below the rate in the
the information in all
the columns should be
filled by the Sub-
2. In the case of works
when contractors are
required to quote their
own rates for the
different items of work
the column (f) should
be left blank for
tenderers to fill in.
“I” or “we” .......................................tender at ..........................per cent above
the rates entered above.
Strike out the
alternative and attach .....................................tender at the above rates .
signature to it .
Should this tender be accepted .....................................hereby
agreed to abide by and fulfill all terms and conditions of contract
annexed to the approved set of contract documents or in default
there of to forfeit and pay to Governor of Utter Pradesh or his
successor-in-Office the sums of money mentioned in the
Give particulars and The sum of Rs.....................is herewith forwarded in currency
number notes as earnest money the full value of which shall be retained by
Government on account of the security deposit specified in clause
O of the conditions of contract.
Dated the day of 19
Signature of witness to .................................... .....................................
Signature of contractor Witness
before submission of Address
“ Recommended” or .........................................
Signature Date.....................Sub-Divisional Officer .................... Sub-Division
Date ............................Executive Engineer ........................Division
Signature ..........and Date Superintending Engineer
official designation of ...........................Circle
the accepting authority Irrigation Works
The above tender is hereby accepted by me on behalf of the Governor of Utter Pradesh.
Dated ...............................day of ...........................................19
The work shall be carried out as per latest publication of U.P. Irrigation
Department detailed specifications, except, wherein supplemented or
amended by he specifications as herein below described. In case of
any inconsistency between the two, those defined herein below shall
govern. In case the specifications of any work are not given in either
the U.P.I.D. detailed specifications or herein below, the work shall be
carried out in accordance with the instructions of the Engineer-in-
Charge and shall be read and construed along with the conditions and
conjunct with U.P.I.D. detailed specifications.
The tentative drawing of the work is available in the office of the
Assistant Engineer (works) head works khand. Agra Canal, Okhla,
New Kelhi-25 However alteration in design and drawing may be made
from the time to time during actual execution of the work and the
contractor shall not be entitled to any extra payment on this account.
3.0 Tools and plants :
The contractor shall himself arrange all the tools and plants required
for carrying out the work.
4.0 Earth Work :
The earth work shall be done as per the profile indicated by Engineer -
Excavation shall be carried out to the required lines and levels, widths
and depths so that dimension to permanent work shall to be less than
as indicated. The whole of the excavated earth shall be disposed off
as directed by engineer-in-charge of the work
5.0 Stone Ballast:
It shall be conforming to U.P.I.D. specification No 90. The stones from
which ballast is to be broken shall be hard, clear, free from quarry dust
& vegetation etc. and fit for road metal in every respect. It may be
quartzite or hard sand stone but in no case it should be slate, calcite
or soft stones and if there is any, it should be excluded. The stones
should be obtained from the approved quarry.
The stone must be broken in 90 to 63 mm, 60 to 65 mm and 45 to 25
mm size and this shall be tested by screening. For this purpose
approved type of screens are to be provided by the contractor at his
own cost and no extra payment shall be made to him on this account.
The aggregate or grit shall be free of clay or organic impurities and
shall be washed by the contractor at his own cost, if so required by the
6.0 Stacking :
6.01 Surface where stacks are proposed to be made shall be cleared,
leveled off and dressed & all humps depressions etc. shall to remove.
6.02 The stone ballast shall be stacked in convenient unit of 1.2 m top
width, 1.8 m bottom width and 0.30 m height in continuous length of
the road and as per directions of Engineer-in-charge.
6.03 Template of wood or steel shall be used for making the stacks and
shall always be kept at site for checking of measurements. All rejected
materials shall be removed from the site immediately.
6.04 The aggregate shall be measured from the standard stacks laid by the
templates in cum. The templates used and the length of the stacks
shall be recorded to the nearest cm to calculate the contents. Height
of the stacks shall be kept 30 cm, 7.5% voids shall be deducted from
the total quantity of aggregates so measured. Depths of various layers
of aggregate shall be measured and recorded by Engineer-in-charge
of the work at various points for loose and consolidated materials. In
case depths are not in order, the rate of consolidation may have to be
reduced as considered necessary by the Engineer-in-Charge.
7.00 PREPARATION OF SUB GRADE:
The surface of the formation for a width equal to that of soling course
shall first be cut to depth below the proposed finished level equal to
the combined depth of soling and wearing courses (due allowance
being made of consolidation).
It shall than be cleaned of all foreign substances. Any ruts of soft
yielding places that appear due to improper drainage conditions, traffic
hauling or any other cause shall be corrected and the sub grade
dressed of parallel to the finished profile.
8.00 Consolidation of sub grade:
The sub grade shall be sprinkled with water and rolled with minimum 5
numbers of passes of 8-10 tonne smooth wheeled roller till the soil is
evenly and densely consolidated.
All the undulations in the surface that might develop due to rolling shall
be made good with earth or quarry spoils and sub grade rerolled.
9.00 Providing, Laying and consolidation of stone ballast of size 63-90
mm as W.B.M. in base coat
9.01 Spreading coarse aggregate:
(9.0 mm to 63 mm size) (Base coat)
The coarse aggregate shall be spread uniformly and evenly upon the
prepared base in required quantities from stack piles along the side of
the roadway, But in no case shall the aggregate neither be dumped in
heaps directly on the base within the area over which it is to be spread
nor shall the hauling over the partly compacted base be permitted.
The aggregate shall be spread uniformly to proper profile by using
templates placed across the road about 6 meters apart. coarse
aggregate closely packed in a thickness of 150 mm and consolidated
to 112..5 mm with power driven roller.
10.00 PROVIDING, LAYING AND CONSOLIDATION OF STONE
BALLAST 63 TO 45 MM AND 45 TO 25 MM SIZE IN A THICKNESS
OF 100 MM RESPECTIVELY OVER BASE COAT.
10.01 Earthen mends:
Two parallel mud walls 20mm wide 150 mm high shall be formed
along the outer edges of the medalling, leaving a gap between them
equal to the full width of the road way which is 7.50 meters or as
directed by the Engineer-in-charge to confine the metal and prevent it
from spreading under the action of the road roller. These mud walls be
aligned with flags to the satisfactions of the Engineer-in-charge or his
authorized representative and clearance in between them shall be the
exact width of the metal ling i.e. 7.50 meters.
The stone ballast of size 63 to 45 mm shall be free from dirt and shall
be spread over the base coat and closely packed by hand in such a
way that larger places below and the smaller on the top in a thickness
of 100 mm. After consolidation as specified below, grit of size 45 to 25
mm in size shall be spread over the grit of size 63 to 45mm just laid
earlier, in a thickness of 100 mm in the same way as the above grit i.e.
closely packed by hand in such a way that larger pieces below and the
smaller on the top thus making a total thickness of 150 mm. (after
`The surface of the new metal shall be laid in accordance with
templates which shall be centered and set horizontal on the soling
surface of the road at an interval of not more than 5 metres. These
templates shall be made of slope from inner to outer side of 1 in 40
(i.e. 2.5 cm in 1 meter), no matter what the width of metal led surface
my be. The bottom member of the template shall be of a depth equal
to te unrolled thickness of the coat of metal being applied. The metal
when spread shall flush to the top level of the bottom member of the
Consolidation of the above laid thickness of material from 100 to 75
mm, shall be done after collecting sufficient water for consolidation.
The metal shall then be rolled with a road roller commencing at the
edges and working towards the center. No water shall be sprinkled
until the pieces of the grit have become sufficiently pressed together
so as not to be displaced by the roller, i.e. until the metal has been
thoroughly compacted together. Water shall be sprinkled and the
surface kept saturated with water and rerolled thoroughly until the
rolling is completed. Rolling shall be continued until and the interstice
below the surface has been filled by the interlocking of the stones, and
until the roller makes no visible impression on the surface.
12.00 Binding Material:
Binding material for consolidation work shall consist of good quality
earth & stone dust in equal proportions.
The earth to be used as plastic or binding material shall be good earth
which shall be carted by contractor as per directions of the Engineer -
in- charge. The stone dust shall be free from dust and foreign
Both earth & stone dust shall be thoroughly mixed before filling. It shall
be mixed in equal proportions to make a homogeneous mass.
12.01 Filling of binding material:
After the metal ling has been rolled as specified above, the binding
material as previously approved by the Engineer-in-charge or his
authorized representative is to be spread evenly over the whole
surface and to be of such a thickness as will, when watered and rolled,
only just fill and interstices. After the spreading of the binding materials
the surface is to be well rolled and watered to such an extent that the
binding material is formed into a slurry. The slurry is to be brushed
slightly with besom brushed backwards and forward in front of the
working roller and the rolling & brushing is to continue until the surface
is passed by the Engineer-in-charge or his authorized representative.
13.00 Instruction for portion to be covered :
Not more than 200 meters of road shall be under operation in any one
kilometer at one, and the same time .i.e. not more than 100 metres of
road shall be under spreading and 100 meters under consolidation in
any one kilometer of the road at the same time.
The surface of the aggregate spread shall be carefully checked up and
all high and low spots corrected by removing or by adding aggregates
as may be required and ensure a finished surface without variation
greater than 12.5. mm when a 3.0 m long straight edge is laid parallel
to center line of the road .
14.00 Setting and Drying :
After the final compaction of water bound macadam coarse the road
shall be allowed to dry overnight. Next morning hungry spots shall be
filled with screenings of binding materials as directed, lightly sprinkled
with water if necessary and rolled.
The tendered rate shall include all tools and plants barriers light, water
charges and working expenses of road roller as well as wages of
mechanic etc. cleaning and repair, maintenance of side parties,
making earthen mends, and all labour binding material and cost of 90
to 63 mm 63 to 45 mm & 45 to 25 mm size stone ballast etc. that may
be required for the proper completion of the work of consolidation. The
rate shall be quoted per cubic meter. This includes all taxes, royalty
etc. without any benefit of escalation of cost under any circumstances.
16.00 Proving and applying tack coat of paving bitumen 80/100 or
equivalent approved quality :
16.01 Preparation of the surface:
Before the application of the maxphalt, surface of the road shall be
thoroughly cleaned of all caked mud and cow dung etc. with stiff
broom, if necessary with wire brushes. The wire brush would only be
used if the foreign matter is caked so hard that the broom fails to
remove it. the road shall then be swept with brass brooms followed by
house maids brushes of medium softness. Immediately prior to
painting it shall be blown free of all dust by means of gunny bags or if
available, mechanical blowers. The dirt and dust removed from the
surface shall be removed and deposited at a distance from the roa
and away from prevailing wind. Only that portion of surface shall be
boomed and brushed which can be painted the same day and final
clearing by blowing shall not proceed the application of asphalt by
more than half an hour.
16.02 Tack Coat:
The binder shall be heated in the boiler to temperature as specified for
the grade used and maintained at that temperature. The use of
thermometer is essential.
The binder shall be applied evenly to the clean dry surface preferably
by means of a pressure sprayer at the rate of 1.00 kg per m2 of the
road surface or as specified. An even and uniform distribution of the
binder shall be ensured.
The binder shall be applied longitudinally along the length of the road
and never across it. The edges of the binder surface shall be defined
by wire or a cord stretched in position.
Heating in cut out drums and pouring from perforated ring, cans and
such other methods shall normally not be permitted, except with the
specified approval of be Engineer-in charge.
Excessive deposits of binder caused by stepping or starting of the
sprayer or through leakage or any other reason shall be suitably
The rate shall be quoted per sq.m. including all cost of all material and
labour required to complete the work.
17.0 Bitumenous Macadam using hot mix Plant
This shall consist of construction of a single or more courses of
compacted crushed aggregates premixed with bitumen laid
immediately after application of the tack coat. The thickness of single
compacted course shall not exceed 25mm.
a) These shall be crushed or broken from hard stones obtained
from approved quarry. These shall be clean, strong, durable of
fairly cubical shape and free from disintegrated soft, friable,
thin, elongated or laminated pieces. These shall also be free
from dirt, organic, deleterious and any other foreign matte and
adherent coatings. These shall conform to the physical
Aggregates shall conform to grading as specified
It shall be straight run bitumen of penetration value 80/100
conforming to IS:73 and the content shall be as determined.
Weather & Seasonal Limitations
Bitumen macadam shall not be laid during rainy weather or when the
surface is damp or wet or when the temperature is less then 16deg. C
A hot mix plant of adequate capacity not less than 30 tonne per hr.
capacity and capable of producing a proper and uniform quality mix
shall be used form preparing the mix. The plant may be either a batch
type or a continuous one, having a co-ordinated set of essential units
such as a drier for heating the aggregates, device for batching/feeding
by weight or volume the required quantities of aggregates, a binder
heating and control unit for metering out the correct quantity of heated
binder together with a mechanical mixer for thorough mixing of the
binder and aggregates.
The temperature of the binder at the time of mixing shall be in the
range of 150 deg. C-177 deg. C and of aggregates in the range of 155
deg. C-163 deg. C. At no time, however, shall the difference in
temperature between the aggregates and the binder exceed 14 deg.
C. At no time shall bitumen or aggregates be over heated the hot
graded aggregates and bitumen shall be measured separately and as
accurately as practicable, to the proportions in which they are to be
mixed. Mixing shall be done thoroughly so that a homogeneous
mixture is obtained in which all the particles are uniformly coated.
If feasible, a suitable site as approved by the Engineer-in-charge near
the works site for the mixer and for the storage of materials shall be
provided, free of rent to the contractor. No claim whatsoever on this
account shall be entertained by the Department.
Transporting Mixed Materials
The mixed materials shall be transported from mixing plant to the point of use
in clean vehicles. Every precaution shall be taken to avoid segregation
of mixed materials and to ensure that they do not become
contaminated with dust or foreign matter. In order to maintain
satisfactory temperature of materials in transit, particularly in cold
weather, and to prevent undue loss of heat, adequate precautions
shall be taken by covering the materials to ensure that the materials
are properly protected during transportation.
The temperature of the mix in every transporting vehicle shall be
checked immediately prior to discharge into the spreader. If the
temperature of any batch is below the laying temperature specified,
the mix shall be rejected and shall be removed from site immediately.
The mix transported from the hot mix plant to the site shall be spread
with suitable screeds capable of spreading, tamping and finishing the
mix true to specified width and profile without causing segregation,
dragging, burning, irregularities or other surface defects. The
spreading shall be capable of being operated at a speed consistent
with the character of the mix and the thickness of the course being
laid, so as to produce a surface having a uniform desity and surface
texture. Where not operated on side forms. The spreader shall employ
equalizing runners, evener arms or other devices to adjust the profiles
and confine the edges of the course to true lines. The temperature of
the mix at the time of lying shall be in the range of 110 deg. C to 135
After spreading of the mix, consolidation shall be done by an approved
power driven roller or rollers weighing not less than 8/10 tonnes each.
Rolling shall be done with care to keep from unduly roughening of the
pavement surface. Rolling shall start longitudinally at the sides and
proceed towards the centre of the pavement, over lapping on each
successive trip by at least one half the width of a rear wheel. End shop
channel boards may have to be used if the middle portion of the
pavement is taken first. Alternate strips of the roller shall be slightly
a) A representative sample about 500 gms is exactly weighted
and placed in the bowl of the extraction apparatus and covered
with commercial grade of benzene. Sufficient time (Not more
than 1 hour) is allowed for the solvent to disintegrate the
sample before running the centrifuge.
b) The filter ring of the extractor is dried, weighed and then fitted
around the edge of the bowl. The cover of the bowl is clamped
tightly. A beaker is placed under to collect the extract.
c) The machine is revolved slowly and than gradually the speed is
increased to a maximum of 3600 r.p.m. The speed is
maintained till the solvent cease to flow from the drain. The
machine is allowed to stop and 200 ml of the benzene is added
and the above procedure is repeaed.
d) A number of 200ml of the solvent additions (Not less than 3)
are used till the extract is clear and not darker than a light straw
e) The filter ring from the bowl is removed, dried in air and then in
oven to constant weight at 115 deg. C and weighed. The fine
materials that might have passed through the filter paper are
collected back from the extract preferably by centrifuging. The
material is washed and dried to constant weigh as before. The
percentage of binder in the sample is calculated as follows:-
f) Percentage binder in the total mix=
W1 = Weight of sample
W2 = Weight of sample after extraction
W3 = Weight of fine material recovered from the extract
W4 = Increase in weight of the filter ring
Field density determination by sand replacement method
It shall be carried out in accordance with the procedure.
Acceptance Criteria of field density
The optimum density for bitumen macadam on consolidation shall be
taken as the density achieved in Marshall mould with 75 blows on
each end of the specimen after compaction in laboratory by method
similar to Marshall method. The field density determined as above
shall in no case be less than 93% of the optimum density.
The speed of the roller shall not exceed 5 km per hour and shall at all
points be slow enough to avoid displacement of the mixture and any
displacement occurring as a result of reversing the direction of the
roller, or from any other cause, shall at once be corrected by the use
of rakes and addition of fresh mixture where required.
When the roller has passed over the whole area once, any high spots
or depressions which become apparent shall be corrected by
removing or adding fresh material. Rolling shall then proceed
continuously with at least 10 passes of the roller till no further
compaction is possible. To prevent adhesion of the mixture to the
wheels of the roller, the wheel shall be kept damp with water, but
excess of water shall not be permitted. In no case shall fuel lubricating
oil be used for the purpose.
Longitudinal joints and edges shall be constructed true to the
delineating line parallel to the centre line of runway. The longitudinal
lane joints shall be truly vertical in straight lines which are continuous
for the full length of the pavement, of in smooth curves around bends.
The exposed vertical edges of the longitudinal lane joints shall be
carefully cut back and trimmed to firm material in the compacted lane,
or for a minimum of one and a half times the layer thickness,
whichever is the greater. Arising from this operation shall be removed
from the pavement and the underlying surface cleaned. The exposed
joints shall then be cleaned and painted with hot bitumen immediately
before the laying of lane continues. Nothing extra shall be paid on this
They shall be formed at right angles to the longitudinal joints, and truly
vertical. The exposed vertical edges of the transverse joints shall be
cut back and trimmed to firm material or for a distance of not less than
1.5 times the thickness of layer whichever is greater. Arising from this
operation shall be removed from the pavement and the underlying
surface cleaned. The exposed joints shall then be cleaned and painted
with hot bitumen immediately before the laying of the land continues.
Nothing extra shall be paid on this account.
Pavement shall be laid to correct width and alignment. To achieve
straight and vertical edges, contractor shall either use adequate side
shuttering or cut back the edges to correct width and alignment by
removing extra mix spread. Nothing extra shall be paid on this
The quality controls tests shall be carried out at frequencies as
In case Bitumen macadam is to be paid on team Bitumen Laid under
this contract, the finished levels of the lean bitumen macadam base
shall be taken as initial level for this purpose
Quantity for payment shall be the theoretical quantity or the actual
quantity whichever is less.
The rete shall include the cost of all materials Plant, machinery and labour
required in all operations described above including all cartage and lifts
involved. It shall be quoted in Rs. Per Cu M of Bitumen ous Macadam.
Bitumen 80/100 - 156 kg/M3
Bitumen 20 - 1.00 M3/M3
Bitumen 80/100 - 156 kg/M3
Bitumen 12 - 0.50M3/m3
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18.01 Binder ( Bitumen)
The paving bitumen shall be used which shall confirm to is 73-1961 of
grade A-90 ) Penetration of 80/100)
The binder shall be supplied and arranged by the contractor he shall
obtain these from approved manufacturers of their authorized dealers
agents and deliver to site in makers sealed containers bearing i.s.i.
marking etc. binder brought in damaged containers shall not be
18.02 Coarse aggregate 20 mm size:
The coarse aggregate shall consist of crushed stone .These shall be
clean, strong durable, of fairly cubical shape, free of disintegrate
pieces organic or other deleterious matter and adherent coatings. The
aggregate shall preferable be hydrophobic and of low porosity and
shall satisfy the physical requirements.
18.03 Fine Aggregate 10 mm size :
The Fine aggregate shall consist of crusher screenings natural sand or
a mixture of both. These shall be clean, hard, durable uncoated, dry
and from injurious soft of flaky pieces and organic or deleterious
The filler shall be an inert material, the whole of which passes through
600 micron sieve , at least 90% passing 150 micron sieve and not less
than 70% passing through 75 micron sieve.
Stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size shall be used & shall pass
wholly through 25 m, 1.5 sieve shall be wholly retained through 6.3-
mm is sieve.
18.05 Properties of material:
The binder content of premixing shall be 6.5% by weight of totally mix
the quantities of aggregate shall be sufficient to yield the specified
thickness after compaction.
18.06 VARIATION IN PROPORTIONING OF MATERIALS
The proportioning of materials with approved job mix formula and
producing a uniform mix shall be ensured. A variation in binder content
of 0.3% by weight of total mix, shall however be permissible.
18.07 WEATHER AND SEASONAL LIMITATIONS
Dense carpeting shall not be laid during rainy weather or when the
base coarse is damp or wet.
18.08 PREPARATION OF BASE:
The base on which asphalti concrete is to be laid, shall be prepared,
shaped and conditional to be specified lines, grade and cross
sections. The surface shall be thoroughly swept and scraped clean
and free of dust and foreign matter.
18.09 PREPARATION OF MIX
The material shall be used as detailed below.
S.No. Name of materials Wearing Coarse for 100m 2 finished Surface
40mm completed thickness
1. Bitumen 80/100 624 Kg,
2. Stone aggregate 20mm 4.02 M3
3. Stone Aggregate 10mm 2.26M3
4. Cement 2.88 Qtl.
The quantities of aggregate shall be calculated by deducting 7.50%
voids for 20mm and 5% for 10mm size of stack measurements.
The mix shall be prepared by using a hot mix plant of adequate
capacity to yield a mix of proper and uniform quality. The plant may be either
batch type or a continuous one, having a co-ordinated set of essential units
such as dryer for heating the aggregate to the desired extent, arrangements
for grading and batching the aggregate by weight or volume, a binder heating
and control unit for metering out the correct quantity of heated binder, and a
paddle mixer for intimate mixing of the binder and aggregates. A fine feeder
for incorporation of the correct quality of filler is also a Necessary auxiliary.
The binder temperature should be well within limits specified for the
binder so that the viscosity of the heated binder is between 150-300 centi-
stoke for which the normal temperature range for paving bitumen is between
150o - 170 o C (300 - 350 oF). At no time should be difference in temperature
between the aggregate and binder exceed 14o C (25oC) .
The temperature of the mix at the time of laying shall not exceed
163oC (325oF) and shall not be less than 121oC (250oF). Engineer-in-charge
may depute his representative at hot mix plant to watch the quality if so
desired by him.
18.10 TRANSPORTING MIXED MATERIALS:
The mixed materials shall be transported in the clean vehicles from
the mixing plant to work site.
Every precaution shall be taken to avoid segregation of mixed
materials and to ensure that they do not become contaminated with dust or
foreign matter. In transit particularly in cold weather, adequate precautions
will be taken to properly cover the materials to prevent loss of heat. The lead
shall also be judiciously selected depending upon the conditions of the route
and the traffic intensity.
18.11 SPREADING THE MIX: