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(EPC work for non-process buildings)
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K.H.KIM A Architectural June. 8, 2010

S.H.KIM June. 8, 2010

H.M.SUH June. 8, 2010

I.C.ROH June. 8, 2010

This Document is the property of Daewoo Engineering Company. Therefore, it shall not be released to any third party without permission of an authorized personnel of the Daewoo Engineering Company

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. 2. GENERAL 3 INSTRUCTION TO BID 3 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. 2.6. 2.7. 2.8. 3. Correspondence 3 Intention to Bid3 Clarifications 3 Submission of Proposal 4 Validity of Bid 4 Expenses of Bidders4 Currency 4 Bid Price 4

GENERAL DESIGN CONDITION 4 3.1. 3.2. 3.3. 3.4. General 4 Site Reference Conditions 5 Site Conditions 5 Environment Condition 5

4. 5. 6. 7.

SCOPE OF WORK 6 PROJECT SCHEDULE 7 SUBMITTAL LIST 7 ATTACHMENT 7 Appendix #1 : Bid Specification for Architectural Engineering. 7 Appendix #2 : Division of Work Scope (Architectural) 7 Appendix #3 : Reference Basic Drawings 7 Appendix #4 : Site Reports and Data 7

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1.

GENERAL
The Power Plant Facilities consist of two Units of 60MW (gross) generation capacity and associated facilities. The Power Plant Facilities shall provide 55 tons/h of steam with steam pressure of minimum 25 ata. The Units shall be atmospheric circulation fluidized bed type, steam electric generating units fueled with Indonesian coal as the primary fuel and high speed diesel (HSD) oil as the secondary startup fuel. The location of the Facilities shall be at Mangunreja village in the sub-district of Pulo Ampel, district of Serang in Banten Province on the western part of the Java island in Indonesia.

2. 2.1.

INSTRUCTION TO BID Correspondence


Any correspondence for clarification and other queries that may arise regarding this RFQ shall be addressed to : Attention: Mr. Ihn Chul, Roh / Project Manager E-mail: hershim@dweng.co.kr C.C: Mr. Jong Min Oh / Section Manager E-mail : jmoh@dweng.co.kr Tel. +82-31-738-0423 Mr. Se Yeon, Won/Engineering Coordinator E-mail : sywon@dweng.co.kr Tel. +82-31-738-0976 Mr. Kang Suk, Oh /Site Manager E-mail : ksoh@dweng.co.kr

2.2.

Intention to Bid
Within 3 days of receipt of this RFQ, Bidder shall e-mail DEC confirming his intention to bid.

2.3.

Clarifications

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It shall be responsibility of Bidder to advise DEC of any conflicted requirements or missing information that are needed to be resolved in order to enable Bidder to have a clear understanding of the RFQ.

2.4.

Submission of Proposal
The proposal of Bidder shall send to aforesaid address mentioned in Section 1.1 not later than September 6, 2010.

2.5.

Validity of Bid
The Proposal shall be valid for sixty (60) days from the Bid Closing Date.

2.6.

Expenses of Bidders
DEC shall not be responsible for any cost incurred by Bidder in preparing, submitting and discussing the bid during any pre-or-post bid negotiations.

2.7.

Currency
The quotation will be made in US dollars.

2.8.

Bid Price
Bid price shall be included all direct and indirect cost associated with the work.

3. 3.1.

GENERAL DESIGN CONDITION General


Project Name Owner Plant Capacity Plant Type Plant Configuration Fuel Site Location Cooling System : 260MW MERAK Coal Fired Power Plant : PT. MERAK ENERGI INDONESIA : 260MW (Gross) : Coal Fired Power Plant with steam generation : 2STG + 2Boiler + 2ESP : Indonesian Coal : Serang in Indonesia : Once-through Cooling System with Seawater

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3.2.

Site Reference Conditions


Barometric Pressure Ambient Temperature Relative Humidity : 1.0127 Bar a : 27 C : 79 %

3.3.

Site Conditions
Altitude Barometric Pressure Average Ambient Temperature 1) 2) 3) Mean Daily Temparature Maximum Range Minimum Range : 27 : 11 : 7.5 : 3.9 m : 1.0127 Bar a

Relative Humidity 1) 2) 3) Maximum Minimum Average : 87 % : 72 % : 79 %

Rain Fall 1) Total Annual Precipitation : 1911 mm

Wind Velocity 1) Maximum : 35 m/s, Exposure D

Seismic Load 1) 2) 3) 4) Design Code Soil Profile Type Code Zone Peak Ground Acceleration(Z) : UBC 97 : (Later) : Zone 2B : 0.20

3.4.

Environment Condition
Air Emission Limits

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Pollutant Particulate Matter Sulfur Dioxide Nitrogen Oxides (NO2) Solid Fuel Liquid Fuel

Unit mg/Nm3 mg/Nm3 mg/Nm3 mg/Nm3 mg/Nm3

Limits Value 50 750

750 460

Noise Emissions Limits


Parameter

(at plant boundary)


Unit Limits Value Day: 70

Industrial or Commercial

dB(A) Night: 70

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SCOPE OF WORK
Detailed design and engineering for below buildings including piling design. Administration & Amenity Building Warehouse Security Building Mobile Heavy Equipment Garage Shelter

Submission of Bill of Material for above buildings Review of other building drawings based on local regulations or practices Building permit for the buildings including other buildings designed by DEC. Construction Assistance Technical Assistance

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Dispatch of field engineer during construction period of bidder designed buildings, if necessary.

Material supply and construction for aforesaid buildings except piling work As Built Documentation The engineering subcontractor shall be approved by DEC and/or Owner. For more details, please refer to Attachment

5.

PROJECT SCHEDULE
Contract signing : Detailed design period: September 20, 2010. 3 months from the date of contract signing middle of October

Start of piling work for bidder designed building :

All design and engineering deliverables shall be submitted agreed schedule to be fixed during kick-off meeting

6. SUBMITTAL LIST FOR BIDDERS PROPOSAL


List of engineering deliverables Estimated manpower for engineering Permit information Brief specifications for interior schedule Estimated construction cost based on estimated Bill of Quantity Engineering Subcontractor prequalification documents

7.

ATTACHMENT
Appendix #1 : Bid Specification for Architectural Engineering. Appendix #2 : Division of Work Scope (Architectural) Appendix #3 : Reference Basic Drawings Appendix #4 : Site Reports and Data

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K.H.KIM June. 8, 2010

S.H.KIM June. 8, 2010

H.M.SUH June. 8, 2010

I.C.ROH June. 8, 2010

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. GENERAL 3 CODES AND STANDARDS 3 SCOPE OF WORKS 4 DESIGN LOAD 4 STEEL STRUCTURES 6 REINFORECED CONCRETE STURUCTURE & FOUNDATION 8 BUILDING DESCRIPTION 11

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1. GENERAL
This section covers the general requirements and conditions for the design of civil and architecture works. The civil and architecture works include the design of all the items required for successful completion of the job described in the scope of work. The civil and architecture shall be designed to the required service condition in accordance with the clause 2 codes and standards.

2. CODES AND STANDARDS


The structural and civil design will meet the requirements of local authorities. In principle the following Codes and Standards shall be applied for the design, in their latest edition.

- AASHTO American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials - ACI American Concrete Institute

- AISC American Institute of Steel Construction - AISI American Iron and Steel Institute - ANSI - API American National Standard Institute American Petroleum Institute

- ASCE American Society of Civil Engineers - ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers - ASTM American Society of Testing and Materials - AWS American Welding Society - BSI - CRSI - HI - IBC - ISO - JIS - KS British Standards Institution Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute Hydraulic Institute International Building Code International Organization for Standardization Japanese Industrial Standards Korean Industrial Standards

- NFPA National Fire Protection Association - OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration - SSPC Structural Steel Painting Council - UBC Uniform Building Code (1997) - Pedoman Perencanaan Pembebanan untuk Rumah dan Gedung (Indonesian Standard, Guidance of Load Planning for House and Building)

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3. SCOPE OF WORKS
All architecture works are as follows, but not limited to the follows:

3.1. ARCHITECTURE WORKS


Administration & Amenity Building Ware House Security Building Mobile Equipment Garage Shelter

4. DESIGN LOAD
4.1. GENERAL
Buildings, equipment foundations and support structures and ancillary structures shall be designed for the worst combinations of dead loads, live loads (imposed loads), impact and dynamic effects due to operation of plant, crane loads, maintenance loads, earth pressure, wind loads, seismic loads, etc.

4.2. DEAD LOAD


Dead loads shall include the weight of the structure and equipment of a permanent or semipermanent nature including tanks, silos, bins, ceilings, wall panels, partitions, roofing, piping, drains, electrical tray, bus ducts, and the contents of tanks and bins measured at full capacity. However, the contents of tanks and bins will not be considered as effective in resisting column uplift. Dead loads shall be determined using the unit weights from ASCE 7.

4.3. LIVE LOAD


Live load is the load superimposed by the use and occupancy of the building or other structure. Live load shall be include loads due to traffic and permanency of people, vehicles operation loads, and gas, liquid or earth pressures which are or may be variable in time while in usual operation. It does not include the wind load, seismic load, or dead load.

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4.4. WIND LOAD


Building and other structures, including the main wind force resisting system and all components and cladding thereof, shall be designed and constructed to resist wind loads as specified in ASCE 7 and the project specifications

The exposure category The importance factor The basic wind speed at 10[m] above ground level The gust effect factor(Gf) for rigid structures

:D : 1.15 : 35 m/sec : 0.85

4.5. SEISMIC LOAD


All structures shall be designed for seismic loads conforming to Zone 2B of the Uniform Building Code (UBC, 1997). Wind and/or crane live loads are not to be combined with earthquake loads.

Seismic zone factor(Z) Importance Factor Administration & Amenity Bldg, Security Bldg Warehouse & Mobile Equipment Garage Shelter

: 0.20

: 1.0 : 1.25

4.6. EARTH PRESSURE


Lateral soil pressure shall be in accordance with the recommendations of the geotechnical engineer. The relative flexibility of the retaining structure shall be considered in establishing the pressure coefficient.

4.7. GROUND WATER PRESSURE


For structural and buoyancy calculations, the high groundwater table shall be considered with the basis on the geological investigation report to be performed by contractor after contract award.

4.8. DESIGN LOAD COMBINATION


Proper load combinations shall be used for structural steel and reinforced concrete to comply with

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applicable codes, standards and equipment supplier requirement. All steel and concrete structures or buildings shall be designed to meet the seismic requirements in ASCE 7.

5. STEEL STRUCTURES
5.1. MATERIAL
All steel members except cold-formed steel members and as noted shall conform to the requirement of ASTM A 36, ASTM A 572 GR50 having the following minimum characteristics.

Minimum yield strength ( Normal structural steel ) For ASTM A 36, Fy = 250 MPa

Minimum yield strength ( High-strength structural steel ) For ASTM A 572 GR50, Fy = 345 MPa

5.2. DESIGN BASIS


Steel structures and connection shall be designed in accordance with the following standards: - AISC American Institute of Steel Construction : "Specifications for the Design, Fabrication and Erection of Structural Steel for Buildings", Appendices and Commentaries.

All steel framed structures shall be designed as rigid frame (AISC Specification Type 1) or simple space frame (AISC Specification Type 2), utilizing single span beam system, vertical diagonal bracing at main column lines and horizontal bracing at the roof and major floor levels. The use of Type 1 rigid frame will prefabricated metal buildings. All other framed structures shall utilized Type 2 design and construction or will utilize a combination of Type 1 and Type 2.

5.3. PAINTING WORKS


Application and testing of the work shall conform to the standard SSPC (Steel Structure Painting Council, USA). Preparation methods conform to the standards SSPC-SP1 (for Solvent Cleaning), SSPC-SP2 (for hand Tool Cleaning), SSPC-SP3 (for Power Tool Cleaning), SSPC-SP6 (Commercial Blast Cleaning) and SSPC-SP10 (Near-White Blast Cleaning).

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5.3.1. Structural steel (indoor condition) 1) Shop coat 1: Inorganic zinc rich primer: 75 microns 2) Shop coat 2 : Polyamide epoxy: 50 microns 3) Shop coat 3 : Polyurethane: 50 microns 4) Touch-up 1: Epoxy mastic aluminum primer : 75 microns 5) Touch-up 2: Epoxy Polyamide epoxy: 50 microns 6) Touch-up 3: Polyurethane: 50 microns

5.3.2. Structural steel (outdoor condition) 1) Shop coat 1: Inorganic zinc rich primer: 75 microns 2) Shop coat 2 : Polyamide epoxy: 100 microns 3) Shop coat 3 : Polyurethane: 50 microns 4) Touch-up 1: Epoxy mastic aluminum primer : 75 microns 5) Touch-up 2: Epoxy Polyamide epoxy: 100 microns 6) Touch-up 3: Polyurethane: 50 microns

5.3.3. Galvanized deck plate (in door) 1) Field coat 1: Wash primer: 10 microns (before erection) 2) Field coat 2: Alkyd enamel: 40 microns (before erection) 3) Field coat 3: Alkyd enamel: 40 microns (after erection)

5.3.4. Galvanized deck plate (acid resistant finish/battery room) 1) Field coat 1: Epoxy primer: 50 microns (before erection) 2) Field coat 2: Epoxy polyamide: 50 microns (after erection)

5.3.5. Miscellaneous steel (indoor, handrail, checkered plate, ladder) 1) Shop coat 1: Epoxy mastic aluminum primer: 75 microns 2) Field coat 1: Polyamide epoxy: 50 microns

5.3.6. Galvanized miscellaneous steel (outdoor ladder, handrail, downspout, gutter, checkered plate, all indoor and outdoor doors and shutters, etc.) 1) Shop coat 1: Epoxy primer: 75 microns 2) Field coat 1: Polyamide epoxy: 50 microns

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5.3.7. Galvanized miscellaneous steel (touch-up coating) 1) Field coat 1: Epoxy mastic aluminum primer: 75 microns

6. REINFORECED CONCRETE STURUCTURE & FOUNDATION


6.1. MATERIAL PROPERTIES
6.1.1. Concrete Concrete Class Lean Concrete Concrete Pavement Building & Structure Heavy Equipment Foundation Compressive Strength at 28 days in MPa 15MPa 21MPa 28MPa

Type of cement
ASTM C150 Type II or V for foundation at or bellow ground level. Type I for above ground level.

6.1.2. Fine Aggregate : ASTM Standard C33; C289; C295 or equivalent standard. Use graded natural sand.

6.1.3. Coarse Aggregate : ASTM Standard C33; C289; C295 or equivalent standard. Use graded crushed stone

6.1.4. Reinforcing Bars : Codes for design of reinforcing bars are as follows : ASTM Standard A615 Grade 25 to Grade 60 For all reinforcing, dowels of equipment foundations over grade slab.

6.1.5. Bar Supports : CRSI Manual of Standard Practice Class C For material foundations on soil or mud use precast concrete blocks having the same compressive strength as the foundations.

6.1.6. Form Ties : For all other structures, steel snap-ties architectural type without washers.

6.1.7. Welled Steel Wire Fabric : ASTM Standard A185 or equivalent standard

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6.1.8. Maximum allowed fly ash content in all structural concrete is 20% cementious.

6.1.9. Formworks : Plywood (for exposed surface, shall be water proof, resin bonded, exterior type). Lumber-Straight, uniform width and thickness and free of knots offsets, holes, other surface defects.

6.1.10.Grouting

1) Plastic Grout (Regular sand & cement grout and non-shrink admixture) Conduit, piping, etc. through concrete floors or walls Bases & supports of mechanical & electrical equipment(except rotating equipment foundation)

2) Non-shrink Grout Anchor bolts in drilled holes Equipment bases where required by manufacturer Anchor bolts including sleeves and column base plates

6.2. PILING
6.2.1. Types of pile : Solid precast pre-stressed concrete spun pile or bored pile.

6.2.2. Materials

Pre-casting piling shall be in accordance with applicable provisions of the Standard Specifications for Highway Bridges" of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). Piling shall be spun or bored pile concrete with reinforcing and pre-stressing steel, with no voids permitted. Concrete shall have a minimum compressive cylinder strength of 35 MPa at age 28 days.

6.2.3. Pre-stressing

Each pre-stressing strand will have an initial stress not exceeding 70 percent of the breaking strength. The effective unit pre-stress in the concrete after losses will not be less than 4,900 kPa.

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6.2.4. Pre-stressing Material

Strand for pre-stressed concrete shall be of 7 wires complying with ASTM A416 or equivalent standard. The strands shall be twisted into cables with a pitch not exceeding 20 times the diameter of a single wire. Bars for pre-stressed concrete shall be made from open hearth steel with sulphur and phosphorus contents each below 0.05 percent by a manufacturer specializing in the manufacture of steel for pre-stressing.

6.2.5. Pile capacity

1) The required allowable pile bearing capacities for vertical and lateral loads shall be determined by the contractor and shall be confirmed by the static pile load test in accordance with ASTM D1143 Standard.

6.3. DESIGN BASIS


Reinforced concrete shall be designed by Ultimate Strength Method in accordance with "Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete" of the American Concrete Institute, ACI 318.

6.4. FOUNDATION WORKS


The procedure used for the design of the foundations shall be the most critical loading combination of the superstructure and/or equipment and other conditions based on sub soil condition, which produces the maximum stresses in the foundation or the foundation component. The type of all foundations shall be finally decided by soil investigation results. Foundation and floor levels to be normally adopted for various plant units are indicated below, unless otherwise noted. Pedestal top from FFL(Floor Finishing Level) : Min. +200 mm for indoor equipment foundation & building structure Pedestal top from GL(Ground Level) : Min. +300 mm for outdoor equipment foundation & structure First Floor Finishing top from GL(Ground Level) : Min. +200 mm for Bldg & Shelter

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7. BUILDING DESCRIPTION 7.1. BUILDING DESCRIPTION


7.1.1. Administration & Amenity Building 1) Type of Structure 2) Type of Foundation 3) Exterior Finish Wall Roof : Latex paint on plastered cavity wall : Light weight concrete finish on waterproofing membrane 4) Interior Finish : Refer to interior finishing schedule : RC Moment Frame : Pile Foundation

7.1.2. Warehouse 1) Type of Structure 2) Type of Foundation 3) Exterior Finish Wall Roof 4) Interior Finish : Thermal insulated metal panel(Zincalume) : Thermal insulated metal panel(Zincalume) : Refer to interior finishing schedule : Steel Moment & Braced Frame : Pile Foundation

7.1.3. Security Building 1) Type of Structure 2) Type of Foundation 3) Exterior Finish Wall Roof : Latex paint on plastered reinf concrete block : Light weight concrete finish on waterproofing membrane 4) Interior Finish : Refer to interior finishing schedule : RC Moment Frame : Pile Foundation

7.1.4. Mobile Equipment Garage Shelter 1) Type of Structure : Steel Moment & Braced Frame

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2) Type of Foundation 3) Exterior Finish Roof 4) Interior Finish

: Pile Foundation

: Single skin metal panel(Zincalume) : Refer to interior finishing schedule

7.2. INTERIOR FINISHING SCHEDULE FOR BUILDING WORK


Finishing No Building Name Room Floor Wall Ceiling ReMarks

Latex paint on Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

Office

Latex paint on Meeting Room Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

Administration & Amenity Building

Latex paint on Manager Room Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

Latex paint on Plant Manager Room Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

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Finishing No Building Name Room Floor Wall Latex paint on Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block Latex paint on Unglazed ceramic tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block Latex paint on Unglazed ceramic tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block Latex paint on Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block Latex paint on First Aid Station Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block Latex paint on Praying Room Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile Suspended ceiling with PVC Panel Suspended ceiling with PVC Panel Ceiling

ReMarks

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

File Room

Kitchen

Pantry

Administration & Amenity Building

Canteen

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

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Finishing No Building Name Room Floor Wall Ceiling

ReMarks

Latex paint on Shower Room Unglazed ceramic tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block Suspended ceiling with PVC Panel

Latex paint on Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

Locker Room

Latex paint on Administration & Amenity Building Change Room Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

Toilet

Unglazed ceramic tile

Glazed ceramic tile

Suspended ceiling with PVC Strip Suspended ceiling with PVC Strip

Cleaners Store

Unglazed ceramic tile

Glazed ceramic tile

Latex paint on Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

Vestibule

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Finishing No Building Name Room Floor Wall Ceiling

ReMarks

Latex paint on Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

Storage

Latex paint on Hall and Corridor Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

Latex paint on Administration & Amenity Building Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block Epoxy paint on Steel Machine Room trowel finish/ Concrete Slab Epoxy paint on Steel Alarm Valve Room trowel finish/ Concrete Slab Latex paint on Exposed concrete

Staircase

Latex paint on Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block Latex paint on Exposed concrete

Latex paint on Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block Latex paint on Exposed concrete

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Finishing No Building Name Room Floor Wall Ceiling

ReMarks

Epoxy Paint on 2 Warehouse Warehouse Hardener/ Concrete Slab Exposed metal cladding

Latex paint on Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

Guard Room

Latex paint on Locker 3 Security Building Room/ Tea Room Composite vinyl tile Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block

Suspended ceiling with Acoustical tile

Toilet

Unglazed ceramic tile

Glazed ceramic tile

Suspended ceiling with PVC Strip

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Finishing No Building Name Room Floor Epoxy Storage, Tool Room Mobile Equipment Garage Shelter Paint on Hardener/ Concrete Slab Epoxy Paint on Garage Hardener/ Concrete Slab Wall Latex paint on Cement plastered /Reinforced Concrete Block Ceiling

ReMarks

Appendix #2. Division of Work Scope (Architecture Part)


Project : 260MW MERAK COAL POWER PLANT ITEM A. Basic Design 1. Design Criteria 2 3 4 Specification Information for Civil/Architecture/Structure Standard Drawing O O O O O DEC CONTRACTOR REMARK

B. Detail Design 1. Drawings a. b. c. d. e. Administration & Amenity Building Warehouse Security Building Mobile(Heavy) Equipment Garage Shelter Others 1) Rebar Bending Schedule (if required) 2) Building Color Schedule 3) Materials Check / Review 4) Vendor and Shop drawing Review 2. Calculations a. Structural Calculation Sheet 1) Administration & Amenity Building 2) Warehouse 3) Security Building 4) Mobile(Heavy) Equipment Garage Shelter 3. Bill of Material (3 Times) a. b. c. d. Administration & Amenity Building Warehouse Security Building Mobile(Heavy) Equipment Garage Shelter O O O O O O O O O O O O Use STAAD Pro O O Option O O O O

C. AS-BUILT 1. Drawing a. b. c. d. Administration & Amenity Building Warehouse Security Building Mobile(Heavy) Equipment Garage Shelter O O O O

2. Structural Calculation Sheet a. b. c. Administration & Amenity Building Warehouse Security Building O O O

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ITEM d. Mobile(Heavy) Equipment Garage Shelter

DEC

CONTRACTOR O

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D. Local Regulation Check & Permit 1. Local Regulation Check a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. Administration & Amenity Building Warehouse Security Building Mobile(Heavy) Equipment Garage Shelter Turbine Building (Including T/G FDN. & Equipment Independent FDN.) Main Control Room and Switchgear Building Coal Handling Control Building Electro-Chlorination & Cooling Water Elec. Building #1,2 20kV Switchgear Building Water Treatment Building Seawater Intake & Cooling Water Pump House Ash Handling Equipment & ESP MCC Building O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings

m. Bed Material Shelter n. o. p. q. r. s. t. u. Coal Storage Yard Shelter High Speed Oil Pump Station Shelter Demi. Water Pump Station Shelter Pipe Rack Coal Bunker Bay Structure Coal Laboratory Building (Option) Weight Scale House (Option) Jetty House (Option)

E. Technical assistance for construction 1. Technical Assistance for Construction 2. Field Engineering Work F. Others 1. 2. 3. CONTRACTOR shall provide working space in his office for DEC engineers, if requested. (desk, chair, internet, etc. for 1 persons) CONTRACTOR shall be attended regular or irreqular meeting, If required. Additional design and technical support shall be provided after coordination between DEC and CONTRACTOR, If necessary. O O O O O O O O O

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Appendix #2. Division of Work Scope (VAC & Plumbing Part)


Project : 260MW MERAK COAL POWER PLANT ITEM A. Basic Design Buildings 1. Administration & Amenity Building 2. Warehouse 3. Security Building 4 Mobile(Heavy) Equipment Garage Shelter O O O O DEC CONTRACTOR REMARK

B. Detail Design Documents 1. Design Criteria for VAC & Plumbing System 2. Technical Specification for VAC & Plumbing System 3. Calculation for VAC & Plumbing System 4. System Description for VAC & Plumbing System 5. Construction Specifications for VAC & Plumbing System 6. Equipment List 7. Bill of Material (3 Times) C. AS-BUILT Drawings 1. Equipment Schedule 2. P & ID 3. Plan (Piping & Duct) 4. VAC Control (Wiring Plan, Diagram, etc.), If necessary. D. Local Regulation Check & Permit Coordination Work E. Technical assistance for construction Vendor Printer Check F. Others TBE (Technical Bid Evaluation) G. AS-Built H. Local Regulation Check & Permit 1. Local Regulation Check a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. Administration & Amenity Building Warehouse Security Building Mobile(Heavy) Equipment Garage Shelter Turbine Building (Including T/G FDN. & Equipment Independent FDN.) Main Control Room and Switchgear Building Coal Handling Control Building Electro-Chlorination & Cooling Water Elec. Building #1,2 20kV Switchgear Building Water Treatment Building Seawater Intake & Cooling Water Pump House Ash Handling Equipment & ESP MCC Building O O O O O O O O O O O O O Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings O O O O O O O O Provide Form Provide Form Provide Form Provide Form O O O O Provide Form O O O
Request for Quotation Provide Form

Provide Form

m. Bed Material Shelter

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ITEM n. o. p. q. r. s. t. Coal Storage Yard Shelter High Speed Oil Pump Station Shelter Demi. Water Pump Station Shelter Coal Bunker Bay Structure Coal Laboratory Building (Option) Weight Scale House (Option) Jetty House (Option)

DEC

CONTRACTOR O O O O O O O

REMARK Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings Provide Drawings

E. Technical assistance for construction 1. Technical Assistance for Construction 2. Field Engineering Work F. Others 1. 2. 3. CONTRACTOR shall provide working space in his office for DEC engineers, if requested. (desk, chair, internet, etc. for 1 persons) CONTRACTOR shall be attended regular or irreqular meeting, If required. Additional design and technical support shall be provided after coordination between DEC and CONTRACTOR, If necessary. O O O O O O O O O

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2 X 60 MW POWER PLANT PT.MERAK ENERGI INDONESIA

EXHIBIT C SITE REPORTS AND DATA

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2 X 60 MW POWER PLANT PT.MERAK ENERGI INDONESIA

Table of Contents

1. 2. 3.

Definitions . ...................................................................................................................................... 1 Project Location ............................................................................................................................... 1 Site Description ................................................................................................................................ 1 3.1. Topography.. ................... 1 3.2. Stratigraphy . ................... 2 3.3. Geology Structure ...................................... 2 3.4. Morphology . .................................................................. 2 3.5. Climate ............................................................... 2 3.6. Seismic Zoning . ......................................................... 3 3.7. Ground Water Level . ................................................. 3 3.8. Design of High and Low Water Levels .. ............................................... 3 3.9. Seawater Supply .. .................................................................................. 4 3.10. Soil Condition . ....................... 4 3.11. Bearing Capacity of Subsoil ......................... 4

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SITE REPORTS AND DATA 1


Definitions Except as otherwise defined in this Exhibit C, capitalized terms used in this Exhibit C shall have the respective meanings assigned to them in the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction Contract between Owner and Contractor to which this Exhibit C is annexed (the Contract). Unless otherwise specified, all references to Articles and Sections without other attribution are references to Articles and Sections of the Contract.

Project Location. The location of the Facilities is in Mangunreja village in the sub-district of Pulo Ampel, district of Serang in Banten Province on the western part of the Java island in Indonesia. The benchmark grid coordinates of the Facilities are included in Exhibit A.

3 3.1

Site Description. Topography. This project site area is located in the north coastal plain area of Mount Bojonegara (Mount Gede) Peninsula. The land has a characteristic of coastal hill side where the plain area is relatively narrow. A distance of coastal line to the foothill ranges from 500 m to 800 m. The land area is bordered by 530 m of coastal line of the Java Sea in the north, 615 m of neighboring fence (PT Latexia Indonesia Chemical Plant) in the east, and 525 m of neighboring fence in the west. The south part of the land area is bordered by a public road with a total distance of 674 m. Based on Tidal Observation Report, the Mean Sea Level (MSL) is 60 cm above the topographic datum (EL. 0.00), or MSL at EL. 0.600. The Highest Water Spring (HWS) is at EL. 1.26, while the Lowest Water Spring (LWS) is at EL. -0.04. The terrain of land is almost flat since this area was formerly a shipyard with a small port pool facility. Surface elevation ranges from EL. 2.900 (or +2.300 MSL) to EL. 4.700 (or +4.100 MSL). There is a small area within this land terrain that is at EL. 7.286 (or +6.686 MSL). The existing port pool, formed by a pair of jetties just east of the coastal line, has a width of 75 m. The left jetty is 89 m long and the right jetty is 84 m long. The deepest pool floor is at EL. 3.846 (or -4.446 MSL). The rest of the coastal line is shallow sea reef bed. Total land area excluding the jetties is 68,640 m2 with a land boundary of 1,120 m long. Owner intends to reclaim the seashore and build a breakwater, which is estimated to increase the land area by approximately 60,000 m2. The reclamation is estimated to make available approximately 30,000 m2 of additional land. The remaining reclaimed area of approximately 30,000 ha will be used as a landfill for ash disposal. If the Owner completes the reclamation work, the Owner may make such additional land available for the Project. However, the Owner is under no obligation to complete such work or make it available to the Contractor. The coal unloading jetty is planned to be located at north side of breakwater at the north east
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of the project site.

3.2

Stratigraphy. The project site is located in a valley at about 15 km north east of the Merak Harbor and geologically in the Merak region. This rugged valley area was formed by radiating dykes of Mount Gede. The dykes were formed by extinct and highly eroded Quaternary volcanic peaks, which were deposited in the valley floors. Geology Structure. The Merak region was formed by Andesitic (basalt) volcanic rocks of Pleistocene age. These rocks are composed of successive lava flows and tuffaceous material. The subsoil of this site consists of alluvial deposits, which are influenced by sea bed alluvial rock like coral limestone, having a thickness ranging from 2 m to 16 m, overlaying uncemented tuffaceous layers of silt/clayey silt and sand stone on top of volcanic pyroclastic rock.

3.3

3.4

Morphology. In general, the morphological condition of the project site and its surroundings is closely related to the physical characteristics of the area. The morphology of the project site can be grouped into two parts: alluvial plain morphology and hill morphology. The alluvial plain morphology, which is influenced by coastal characteristics such as sea water tide, is dominated by silt/clayey silt and sand/sand stone intercalated with coral reef layer. The hill morphology, which is in the backyard of the project site, is dominated by volcanic rock and tuffaceous rock. In recent times, an area of the backyard closest to the project site is an ex-quarry area. The Andesitic rock and tuffaceous rock were exploited for other site construction works.

3.5

Climate. The altitude of the project area is about EL. 4.500 or 3.90 m above MSL. The UTM coordinate of the project site is 5,325,224 north and 4,409,502 east. It is obvious that general climate in the region of the project site is influenced by annual monsoon seasons. The west monsoon is from December through March, while the east monsoon is from June through August. Beyond these monsoon seasons, are the transition times. The climate parameters such as wind characteristic, sea circulation, air temperature, air humidity, precipitation, etc are governed by these monsoon seasons.

3.5.1

Precipitation.
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Dry season is generally from May through October, while the rainy season brings heavy rainfalls normally from November through April. On the average, the total annual precipitation is 1,911 mm. The annual rainy days are 135 days of which 97 days (72 percent) occur from November through April. The maximum precipitation occurs in January when the rain falls for an average of 24 days. The minimum precipitation is in August when rain falls for less than a day.
In Indonesia the precipitation data base in daily information, contractor shall be evaluated and adjusted to hourly basis.

3.5.2

Temperature. The monthly average of mean daily temperature at the project region ranges from 26.0 C to 27.6 C. The mean daily temperature is about 27.0 C. The maximum range of mean daily temperature is about 11 C while the minimum range is about 7.5 C.

3.5.3

Relative Humidity. The mean daily relative humidity in the region varies from 72 percent (minimum) to 87 percent (maximum). The mean annual daily relative humidity is about 79 percent.

3.5.4

Wind Characteristic. The wind at sea is consistent with the monsoon pattern, but near the coast where land and sea breezes can develop, wind can attain a velocity greater than that caused by the general air circulation during monsoon transitional periods. In the Serang region, the land and sea breeze effects are seen to be of greater significance than the monsoon circulation. The average wind velocity is 1.70 m/s, and the maximum velocity recorded is 35 m/s. The wind generally blows to the west. During the wet season (November through April), the wind blows from west to east. But during the dry season (May through October), the wind blows from south east to north west.
The maximum velocity shall be adjusted to some factor as height above ground, shape factor and others according relation standard for find the wind load.

3.5.5

Sun Radiation. Based on the average of 10-year data (1983 to 1993), the highest sun radiation occurs in July (71.2 percent) and the lowest radiation in February (55.0 percent). The average annual radiation is 63.0 percent.

3.6

Seismic Zoning. Per the published data from Indonesia Earthquake Regulations, the project site is on the UBC
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Zone 4 boundary. The Contractor shall conform to the requirements of the UBC Zone 2B, 1997, and design the Facilities to withstand a base rock acceleration coefficient of up to 0.2g.

3.7

Ground Water Level. Based on the soil investigation reported by PT. Surya Jenar Mandhiri, the level of ground water varies from 2.5 m to 3.00 m below the existing ground surface or at level EL. 2.200 to EL. 1.700 relative to topographic datum.

3.8

Design of High and Low Water Levels. Various sea levels and tide characteristics were determined by observations of tidal activities carried out by PT. Surya Jenar Mandhiri. The tidal observations were done for 15 continuous days using tide pole, which was used as a reference point and positioned in the port pool during the site observations. Based on the results of tidal observations were as follow: Mean Sea Level (MSL) Highest Water Spring (HWS) Lowest Water Spring (LWS) Average Ground Surface (AGS) Ground Water Level (GWL) EL. 0.600 m EL. 1.260 m EL. Minus 0.040 m EL. 4.500 m EL. 1.900 sloping to EL. 1.400 m

3.9

Seawater Supply. The Java Sea is a semi enclosed body of water surrounded by Sumatera island on the west, the island of Kalimantan on the north, and the Java island on the south. The oceanography of the Java Sea is governed by the yearly monsoon cycles. The west monsoon occurs from December through March and the east monsoon occurring from June through August. The monsoon cycles control the circulation, temperature, and salinity structure of the water column. The maximum sea surface temperatures are influenced by the transition of the monsoon cycles. During the monsoon cycle transition, radiant heating and low evaporation rates allow the sea surface temperature to rise to 29 30 C. With low radiant heating and high evaporation rates during the transition can lower the surface temperature to 26 - 27.5 C. An annual sea surface temperature variation of about 3 C.

3.10

Soil Condition. Based on the soil investigation report issued by PT. Surya Jenar Mandhiri, soil strata of the Site can be classified into 6 soil layers: Layer 1 2 Description Silt, clayey silt, medium stiff, gray Silt, clayey silt, hard, gray
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3 4 5 6

Coral reef, mixed sand, loose, brown Sandstone, very dense, black Boulder, dense, black Boulder, very dense, black

In general, the subsurface condition of the Site can be described as set out below: 0.00 8.50 m The soil was formed by silt, clayey silt containing sand and coral, medium to stiff consistency or stiff to hard consistency, gray to brown in color. Cone resistance (qc) is about 10 to 25 kg/cm2 for medium consistency and 50 to 250 kg/cm2 for hard consistency, and the SPT value is about 4 to 14 blows/ft for medium consistency and more than 40 blows/ft for hard soil.

8.50 14.50 m

The soil was formed by sandstone, very dense, and black in color. This layer has a cone resistance (qc) of more than 250 kg/cm2 and 50 to 60 blows/ft of SPT-value. This soil layer was formed by boulder and coral reef, very dense and black in color. This layer has a SPT-value of more than 60 blows/ft.

14.50 20.00 m

3.11

Bearing Capacity of Subsoil. Structures with heavy static loadings or dynamic loadings are proposed to use deep foundations such as bored piles or driven piles. Light structures are proposed to use shallow foundations like spread footings, raft, etc. The hard layer, for deep foundations, was found in various depths of 9.00 to 16.00 m. This layer gives adequate bearing capacity (Dutch Cone Penetration indicators) of more than 250 kg/cm2 and SPT-value of more than 60 blows/ft. The shallow foundations such as spread footings can be laid at a 1.00 m depth of soil layer. The soil bearing capacity at 1.00 m depth is 0.50 to 1.00 kg/cm2. Owner will provide a preliminary soil investigation data and reports, as available, and other approximate information regarding general climate, sea water, and tide levels, etc. to the Contractor for reference only. In addition to the soil investigation of PT Surya Jenar Mandhiri, Owner will also provide the Contractor with the soil investigation report of Shanghai Electric Engineering Consulting Co. Ltd. (soil investigation work by Sofoco), but the Owner shall not take any responsibility for the accuracy or adequacy of the information contained therein and the Contractor shall carry out his own on-site soil investigation to independently define the soil structure and its engineering properties. The Contractor shall also undertake an independent topographical survey of the site and shall base his offer on the information defined from those investigations.

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