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METHOD STATEMENT 2018

SITE SURVEY WORKS

Contents

1- Scope

2- Definitions

3- References

4- Tools &Equipment

5- Safety

6- Prior Activities

7- Procedures

8- Responsibilities

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1. Scope

1.1 This Method Statement covers the various steps in Site Survey Works for the
project.

2. Definitions
2.1 MS: Method Statement : Surveying Work

2.2 ITR Inspection and Test Request

2.3 PPS Particular Project Specification

2.4 PS Project Specification

2.5 UG Underground

2.6 TPS Technical Project Specification

3. References
3.1 Contract – General& Special Conditions – BOQ – Approved

Drawings – Project Specifications - Shop drawings (Respectively)

3.2 Egyptian Code & British Standard (Otherwise Specified)

4. Tools & Equipments


4.1 Survey Equipment : (Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Total Station,
Theodolite)

4.2 Tripods

4.3 Ranging Poles, Ranging Rods

4.4 Measuring tapes, spirit levels, plumb lines

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4. Safety

5.1 TPS Section : Site Safety and Security

5.2 CSM Construction Safety Manual

5.3 Safety Hazards and Precautions

a. Traffic: - Set out warning signs, plastic glass range flagging and/or barricades as
necessary.

b. Electrical Lines: - Use only wood or fiber glass range poles or rods when working
near electrical lines.

c. Surveyors & chainmen to wear reflective jackets.

d. All instruments, tripods, carrying cases, surveying tools, will be fitted with stripes of
highly reflective adhesive tape.

6. Prior Activities

6.1 Establishing the control point consists of scouting existing reference points on
site which are already referenced to existing control points defined and
indicated by the Engineer

6.2 The control points will be protected by concrete surround and by warning tape
to secure the perimeter.

6.3 Regular monthly checks on the control points will be carried out as part of the
QA procedures.

6.4 Location of bench marks are checked jointly with the Consultant surveyors and
levels in the drawings are verified accordingly.

6.5 Review and submit to the Consultant the calibration records for survey
instruments to be used in the work

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7. Procedures

7.1 Before proceeding with survey works all survey equipments to be used will be
calibrated and the calibration certificates will be submitted to the Consultant.

7.2 For ease of reference in daily activities temporary bench marks are established
and protected on site. A duly signed layout drawing showing the location and
co-ordinates will be submitted to the Engineer for future records.

7.3 At the beginning, setting out of lines will be carried out to check all possible
obstructions prior to commencement of construction.
Ground Levels are also recorded and records will be jointly signed with the
Consultant for future reference.

NOTE: Those G.L. records shall form the basis for Contract’s
Measurements.

7.4 The setting out for the Main Secondary Turning points will be carried out by
surveyors then it will be checked by the Engineer’s Surveyors. A traverse
drawing showing the actual location and coordinates of the T.P’s (where
applicable), as well as the offsets from permanent services will be produced
and duly signed by both parties.

NOTE: This traverse drawing will be the reference for all future setting out
activities.

7.5 Shop Drawings will then be prepared and submitted to the Engineer for
agreement and approval.

NOTE: The Shop drawings will be the basis for all the construction
activities. Any amendments must be recorded and monitored.
Care should be taken to only use the latest revision during execution.

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7.6 For every particular item of work such as pipeline excavation, laying, leveling,
manhole location setting out, invert level, stubs level, cover level…etc. survey
checking out is a must to eliminate any possible discrepancy.

7.7 Surveying during the execution will be carried out by qualified surveyors along
with experienced chainmen.

7.8 Good survey instruments are used such as Total Station, Digital Theodolite and
highly accurate level instruments.
In addition to the various accessories such as Ranging Rods, Measuring Tapes,
Ranging Poles, Tripods…etc. all survey equipment will be calibrated as
mentioned in section 9.1 above.

7.9 In the cases of Network lines and associated structure every step will be
checked.

7.10 Surveying records will be kept up to date as they will form the basis for
payment, measurements sheets and as-built records of the works done on site.

7.11 Any changes will have to be shown on the final drawings.

8. Responsibilities

8.1 It is the Project Manager’s duty to ensure that all necessary safety and
protective equipment are provided along with properly trained and qualified
personnel.

8.2 It is the Site Supervisor’s duty to organize the work in safe manner and to
ensure that safety and protective equipment are being properly utilized.
He must also assure the method statement procedure is followed and must
observe any hold-points and notify the Consultants for inspection.

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8.3 It is the worker’s duty to properly wear the protective equipment provided and
obey all safety rules. They must also perform the work as described in the
method statement procedure.
8.4 The Contract Manager will coordinate with Safety Engineer and ensure that the
necessary resources to implement the approved method statement have been
allocated to the task.

8.5 The Site Engineer will ensure that the site preparation activities are conducted
according to the approved method statement.

8.7 The Material Engineer will ensure that the materials being used are in
accordance to the project specifications and the approved method statement.

End of: Method Statement - SITE SURVEY WORKS

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