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1. SCOPE .................................................................................................. 1
2. DEFINITIONS ....................................................................................... 1
3. RESOURCE .......................................................................................... 1
4. CONSTRUCTION METHODOLOGY ....................................................... 3
5. INSPECTION & TESTING ..................................................................... 6
6. OHS & ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN ..................................... 6
7. DISTRIBUTION ..................................................................................... 9
8. RECORDS............................................................................................. 9

Construction of Well foundations- By Jack down method


 Any reference to any period of time shall mean a reference to that

according to Indian standard time;
 Any reference to day shall mean a reference to a calendar day;
 References to a “business day” shall be construed as a reference to
a day (other than a Sunday) on which banks are generally open for
 Any reference to month shall mean a reference to a calendar month
as per the Gregorian calendar;
 References to any date, period or Project Milestone shall mean and
include such date, period or Project Milestone as may be extended
pursuant to this Agreement
 GAD means General Arrangement Drawing
 LOA Date means Letter Of Award Date


3.1 Materials:

3.1.1 Cement:

OPC-53 grade Cement conforming to IS: 269 -2015 and meeting

all physical & chemical requirement specified in contract

3.1.2 Coarse & fine aggregate:

Coarse & fine aggregate conforming to IS: 383 -2016 shall be
used. Water absorption shall be less than 3% by weight. The
grading of the sand shall conform to IS 2386 (Part 1).

3.1.3 Water:

Water confirming to IS: 456 -2000 shall be used for concreting

and water shall also be conforming to the provisions laid down in
IRS: CBC (CL. 4.3)

3.1.4 Reinforcement:

Rebars for works shall be Fe 500D TMT, conforming to IS 1786-

2008 and manufactured by SAIL, RINL, TATA, Jindal shall be

3.1.5 Concrete Admixtures:

Admixtures shall conform to the provision laid down in IRS: CBC

(CL. 4.4) and shall meet all physical & chemical requirement
specified in contract document.
Dosage of admixture shall be as per manufacturer’s instructions
and as per workability requirements, which shall be finalized
during, mix design and trials.

3.2 Plants and Equipment:

The following Plant/Equipment shall be used for execution of Well


Sr.No. Plant description Make/Capacity No. required Remarks

1 Vibro hammer 4 MT 1
2 Excavator - 1
3 Crawler Crane/ Hydra 12 MT 2
4 Single holed jacks 200 MT 4
5 Concrete placer - 1
6 Trailer 20 ton ; 40ft long As per lead
7 Batching plant 60 cum/hr 1
8 Transit mixer 6 cum As per lead
9 Dumpers 20 ton As per lead

(Note: The above equipment list may undergo change as per

specific site requirement)
3.3 Manpower:

Section in-charge – 1

Engineers – 2 (Shared with 6 Nos. of locations)

Supervisor – 4 (Shared with 3 nos. of locations)


4.1 Construction of Sand Island: Suitable cofferdam shall be

constructed and sand island shall be made by filling up sand and
earth inside where the water depth is shallow. The sides of island
shall be protected by providing bally piles & sand bags where the
water depth is less. Where the depth is more, steel sheet piles shall
be driven to protect the sand island. Approaches shall be made
from shores for the movement of manpower and materials.

4.2 Installation of Anchors: Adequate capacity and numbers of

ground anchor shall be installed as per design requirements. Mark
the layout of anchors as per drawing outside the well diameter on
the ground. Boring shall be done for the required depth below the
founding level of well as per the design requirements. Thread the
strands and grout the hole as per specifications.

4.3 Well Sinking: Cutting edge shall be fabricated in the

vicinity of the well location in fabrication yard. The centre point of
the well shall be accurately marked and cutting edge shall be
placed on a level plane. After placing the cutting edge, shuttering
of well curb shall be placed and cast the well curb. After casting of
well curb, reinforcement bars for steining shall be tied. Formwork
shall be erected for suitable lift and the first lift of steining (approx.
2.5m height) shall be cast. After concrete attains adequate
strength, introduce the jack down frame over the steining. Place
and thread the strands/jack rods through the jacks placed over
the frame. Operate the jacks so that it pushes down the well in to
the soil. Carry out grabbing of soil from inside the well by the
crane with grab attachment. The process of sinking and steining
concreting shall be continued till the founding level is reached.
Sectional view: Jack down method

4.4 Bottom plug & water fill: After reaching the founding level
bottom plugging shall be done as per the construction drawing.
Water filling shall be done inside the well as specified.

4.5 Well cap: It will be cast over the non-recoverable shuttering.

Non recoverable shuttering consists of RCC beam and slab placed
over the well steining. Suitable formwork for the outer side shall be
erected. Tie the reinforcement and concreting of well cap shall be
carried out.

4.6 Reinforcement: As per the approved construction drawing/s and

bar bending schedule reinforcement of well is pre-straightened /
cut / bend in the rebar yard. Reinforcement bars shall be shifted
to the location in advance. Rebar shall be tied as per approved
drawing/s & schedule. Concrete Cover blocks of the same grade
that of the well steining shall be provided as per specifications.
Offer rebar tied for client’s inspection. Carryout corrections if any
pointed out by client/supervising consultant.

4.7 Formwork: Steel formwork plates applied with demoulding oil be

fixed in position with the help of props & ties/spacers against each
other to line & level as required. Fix formwork for to it’s line & level
with the structural channels/beam properly hold in position &
level. During concreting this formwork will not lose its alignment.
Position the vertical bars of well steining & get these checked from
the client/supervising consultant and recorded jointly. Overlaps
also be got recorded whether these are payable or not. It helps in
keeping the track of gross consumption. Offer well curb & steining
formwork for inspection for each lift, carry out corrections if any
and clear for pouring concrete.

4.8 Concreting: Concrete shall be supplied from central batching

plant through transit mixers. Concrete shall be poured into the
well steining using concrete pump. Concrete shall be laid in 450 to
600 mm thick layers and vibrated with electrically operated 60 mm
needles. The layer thickness shall be selected such that the next
layer is laid before previous layer initially sets. Exposed top
surface of concrete shall be roughened as per specifications.

After the initial set, protect concrete surface with moist Hessian
cloth. Within 24 hours concrete will gain sufficient strength and
de-shuttering shall be done carefully.

4.9 Forms Removal: The concrete shall be allowed to gain strength

over 12 to 24 hours. Then forms shall be removed without damage
to concrete. The forms, side supports and shoring shall be safely
removed, cleaned and stacked properly for next lift. The exposed
concrete side surfaces shall be inspected for blemishes. Blemishes
if any shall be mended immediately. Curing shall be started
immediately after removing the formwork.

4.10 Tilt & shit rectifications: Continuous survey shall be done to

check the alignment and verticality of well during sinking
operations. In case tilt or shift happens, adequate measures shall
be taken to limit the same. Controlled jacking or partial grabbing
shall be adopted to rectify the tilt or shift at the initial stages. If it
goes beyond the limit, it shall be rectified by eccentric Kenteledge

4.11 Time cycle:

Sr Item Description Duration

1 Preparation of Sand Island 30 days
2 Setting up Jack down anchors and 30 days
3 Placement of cutting edge 15 days
4 Grabbing and sinking of well 360 days
5 Bottom plug 15 days
6 Water filling 10 days
7 Well cap 20 days
Total 480 days
The time cycle is tentative & may undergo change as per actual site


All the inspection and testing requirements to be prepared in the form

of inspection and test plans for various activities described under
different clauses of this methodology as per relevant HSR
Specifications, Contract Technical Specifications and other
Codes/Standards as mentioned in References Chapter by site Quality
Control representative.

These Inspection and Test Plans shall consist of type of Inspection and
name of the Test to be conducted for Product Realization, frequency of
testing, acceptance criteria and category of Inspection.
Inspection and Test Plans shall be revised whenever there is any
change in methodology and specifications etc. Various Field and
Laboratory Test Formats referred in Inspection and Test Plans shall be
maintained as per the frequency mentioned in respective ITP’s for
various activities.

Any Non-Conformity observed during Field Inspection and also during

Testing of Materials the same Non-Conformity shall be recorded and
necessary Corrective/Preventive actions shall be initiated to prevent
such things in future.

All Product Non-Conformities shall be observed, recorded,

corrective/preventive actions and closing of NCR’s shall be as per the
established documented procedure described in Project Quality Plan.


For this works, the approved Occupational Health & Safety and
Environmental Management Plan shall be used in toto.

General Safety Arrangements:

 Induction training shall be given to all workmen before engaging

to work at site.
 All employees, workmen and labour for work shall be wearing
proper P.P.E before entering the site.
 Barricading shall be provided to cover the entire length of the
working area. The barricading shall be as per the approved
scheme. Painting of barricading shall be done with approved
colour scheme for prominent visibility.
 All the Vehicles engaged for the work shall be fitted with proper
indicator systems.
 Reverse light; rear view mirror and reverse horn shall be fitted
with all the vehicles.
 Break, Steering condition, Tire pressure shall be checked
 Proper speed limit shall be maintained within the project site.
 Driver shall not drive vehicle when he is not fit mentally and
 Proper caution boards, flag boys shall be placed to caution the
vehicle movement at unloading points.
 Trained Supervisors shall be deployed at working sites.
 Unauthorized persons and visitors shall not be allowed within the
critical area/Hard Hat area.
 Trained Flag boy and warning systems shall be provided.
 Periodic training shall be provided to drivers, helpers, bank men
and flag boys.
 Tool box talks shall be carried at frequent intervals by safety
personnel/ site in-charge.
 Proper supervision and proper planning of the activity shall be
 Proper illumination shall be provided during night work.
 Good housekeeping shall always be maintained nearby working
area to prevent any kind of hazards.
 Any lifting equipments shall be engaged in work after proper
checking and load testing as per relevant requirement. Periodic
maintenance shall be done for of all lifting equipment / devices
deployed at work. Record shall be maintained in prescribed
format. Lifting devices shall also be checked for correctness of
load criteria before deploying at work. Any loading /unloading
/lowering of materials shall be supervised by competent
representative at site.
 All vehicles shall be fitted with audible reverse alarms.
 all motors, cog wheels, chains and friction gearing, fly wheels,
shafting, dangerous and moving parts of machinery shall securely
fenced or legged
 No worker shall lifts by hand or carries overhead or over his back
or shoulders any material, article, tool or appliances exceeding in
weight as per BOCWR
 Gas cylinders in use shall be kept upright on a custom-built
stand or trolley fitted with a bracket to accommodate the hoses
and equipment or otherwise secured.
 All gas cylinders shall be fixed with pressure regulator and dial
 Non-return valve and flashback arrester shall be fixed at both end
of cylinder and torch.
 Full height fence, barriers, barricades etc. shall be erected around
the Site.
 No equipment shall be attached to the formwork assembly unless
specifically designed for it.
 Lifting appliances shall be thoroughly tested and examined by a
competent person once at least in every 6 months
 All lifting appliances and loose gears hall be marked for its safe
working load and identification by stamping or other suitable
 No load shall be slewed over public areas without stopping the
road traffic
 Automatic Safe Load Indicator (ASLI) to be provided in crane with
audible and visible warning system and made functional and
calibrated by the recognized authority
 All wood working machines shall be fitted with suitable guards
and devices such as top guard, riving knife, push stick, guards for
drive belts and chains, and emergency stop switch
 Warning signs or notices, required for the safety of workers
carrying out the work of an excavation, shall be displayed or
 All surplus earth and debris shall be removed from the working

All necessary and required safety measures/precautions during the

execution of Job shall be undertaken. It shall be ensured that the
construction materials, equipment and facilities will not cause damage
to existing property or interfere with the operation of the Project. All
equipments such as lifting tools & tackles, Cranes, Excavators,
Dumpers, Roller and Dozer etc. shall be checked periodically for its
fitness. Maintenance for all equipments / plants shall be done
periodically to ensure its safe working. It shall be complied with all
applicable provisions of the safety regulations; cleanup program and
other measures that are in force at the site.


The document shall be distributed to all the concerned users.


This methodology shall be retained till project completion.