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JABALI PROJECT

METHOD STATEMENT FOR MINE ADMIN OFFICE AND WORKSHOP STEEL STRUCTURE
Owner Contractor : : Jabal Salab Company (Yemen) Limited Nabil Salah for Trading and Contracting

Prepared by : Mohammed AL-Fareh Email : bridger@ymail.com Website : www.alfareh.webs.com

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Purpose Scope Responsibilities Resources to be deployed Erection Methodology Quality Control Safety Precautions Attachments

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PURPOSE

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The purpose of this document is to provide a detailed Method Statement indicating the work procedures for erecting the steel structure to be carried for the Mine Admin Office and Workshop. 2. SCOPE

The scope of work covered by this Method Statement is as follows: Lean concrete Reinforced concrete for the foundation ( anchor bolts and pedestal) Erection of steel structure Frames with Sheeting. Masonry Works

3.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Project Manager shall be responsible for the overall organization, progress and safe execution of the works. Assistant Project Manager has all responsibilities with Project Manger. Resident Engineer shall be responsible for ensuring the works are carried out in accordance with the construction drawings and specifications and shall report to the Project Manager. He is also in charge of the day to day organization, execution and safe execution of the works. He shall also be responsible for monitoring and assuring the quality of the works. Surveyor shall be responsible for setting out of the works and shall report to the Project manager.

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Resource to be Deployed

Mobile Crane

Guy Wires

Clamps

Ratchet Puller

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Light Duty Scaffolding

Ladders

Generators

Screw Gun

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Pop Rivet Puller Grinder

10 mm Drill Vice Grips

Aviation snips

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Ratchet Spanner

Utility Knife

Hacksaw

Mastic Gun

Spud wrench

Miscellaneous Tools

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Tool Belt and Bolt Bag

Plumb bob

Total Station

Spirit

Level Measuring Tape

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Goggles Welding Hood

Gloves Safety Harness

Safety Shoes

Helmet

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First Aid Kit Portable Fire Extinguisher Welding Machine

5.2 Manpower to be deployed. a) Project Manager b) Assistant project Manger c) Resident Engineer/Safety Officer d) Surveyor e) Foreman / Supervisor f) Erection Crew g) Carpenter with Assistants h) Bar bender with Assistants i) Operator j) Concrete Labors k) Mason l) General Workers

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Erection Methodology

Lean Concrete After the ground have been leveled by a grader and compacted with a roller, the lean concrete can be pour. After lean concrete is poured, it should be cured by water for a minimum of one week. Reinforced concrete for the foundation The day after lean concrete is poured, formworks fabrication along with rebar cutting and bending will commence as per approved drawings.

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After all rebar are set in place, anchor bolts should be put in accurate place with the help of steel plate to keep anchor bolts in position during the pouring of the foundation. After the anchor bolts and rebar are in their final position, the foundation will be ready for pouring. Curing for the foundation will be for not less than a week for the concrete to gain the required strength of 30 Mpa.

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Erection of steel structure

General Although several methods are used to erect general steel rigid frames, it has been found most satisfactory to erect the columns first, tie them together with the girts and tighten the anchor bolts. After the columns have been erected, the ground assembled rafter is hoisted into place and connected to the columns. Generally, the rafter will be connected on ground and then lifted to its final position. The intermediate or interior frames nearest the end wall are usually erected first. This bay usually contains the optional diagonal bracing. Erection Procedure
Step 1 : Stand main frame Columns and turn nuts on anchor bolts.

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Step 2 : Add wall girts

Step 3 : Add main frame rafter and secure with rope, tighten connection bolts snug, using crane.

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Step 4 : Add another main Frame rafter and several roof purlins to stabilize frame

First Frame of braced bay

Second Frame of braced bay

Roof Purlins

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Step 5 : Add cable bracing. Snug tighten only. Remove rope ties and repeat the previous steps with other main frames.

Step 6 : Add corner columns, sidewall girts and eave struts. Then proceed with endwall columns, rafters, remaining roof purlins and flange braces.

When the frame work is standing, the structure should be plumbed and

squared. Use a level as shown for wall columns. Square the roof with the use of the cable braces as shown. Taking diagonal measurements and

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adjusting the tension of the xbracing will square the roof and aid in plumbing the structure endwalls.

Roof bracing

Erect next bay

Erect remaining bays

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Step 7 : Plumbing and squaring the framework .

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Block Works After columns are set and their alignment is checked, block work will commence with the use of simple equipment and scaffolding when needed The mezzanine floor will be erected with main frames generally prior to sheeting and then casting the mezzanine floor. The sheeting for the workshop will be installed using scaffolding.

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Quality Control
The safety and quality of erection will be ensured by engaging qualified supervisor and technicians on the job. The quality plan as a minimum should contain the following : a. b. c. d. Erection Inspection Check List EICL ( Attachment I) Method Statement. Risk Assessment. Bolt Tighten Procedure ( Attachment II)

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Safety Precautions
For safety reasons there are precautions that need to be taken during erection. 8.1 8.2 Make daily check on all lifting equipment. Make daily checks on all lifting slings. 8.9 Ensure that erection always starts at a braced bay. 8.10 Ensure permanent bracing and flange stays are installed as work proceeds. 8.11 Ensure that high strength bolts are used where indicated. 8.12 maintain a clean and tidy site. Thus avoid material loss or accident. 8.13 Tie down Sheeting Once the bundle is opend. 8.14 Ensure that high strength bolts are correctly tightened. 8.15 when walking on the roof, step in the valley of the panels, not the ribs.

8.3 Check that all access equipment is in good condition, including scaffolding and ladders. 8.4 Check weather conditions, strong winds are dangerous during erection and sheeting. 8.5 Check for overhead electric lines before moving in with a crane. 8.6 check that all erectors have the correct personal safety equipment, helmet, safety shoes, safety harness etc. 8.7 ensure that there are sufficient guy wires on site for temporary bracing 8.8 Check electric cables for hand tools, discard frayed or split cables

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