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Schedule of Rates

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PREFACE

 

Indian Society for Trenchless Technology is delighted to present the ninth edition of the Schedule of Rates for Construction Contracts Employing Trenchless Technology to the trenchless fraternity.

First edition of this schedule was published in 2002. The edition was quite brief, providing just expected unit rates of a very limited number of trenchless techniques. In addition to the expected unit rates, the ninth edition has grown to provide mode of measurement, technique specifications and generic deliverables for approved trenchless techniques spanning through each subsector of trenchless engineering. All this was necessitated due to fast paced developments in the sector, both by development of newer & better techniques as well as cost optimization due to availability of competing techniques at optimum costs. It is our proud privilege to mention that the series of SoR published by IndSTT, has been able to provide the much-needed directions to the trenchless market over this period of 16 years and continues to support it.

Today, the nation is about to invest close to US$ 6.6 billion in just one urban mission, AMRUT.If we consider trenchless works for other government missions, regular rehabilitation & repair works of existing buried structures and other related works, the cumulative investment value would be even higher. This SoR assumes more significance as it would help the project owners, engineers & all related stakeholders to optimize their working.

We hope that stakeholders would join us in the realization ofour objectives whole heartedly by using this schedule in their works & providing us their inputs for inclusion in the future editions to enhance the same.

Dr. Chander Verma
Chairman
Indian Society for Trenchless Technology


Table of Contents

 

Sl. No. Chapters
  Front Inside
   
1 Common Items
 
1.1
Subsurface survey
 
1.2
Dewatering
 
1.3
Excavation of Pits
 
1.4
Temporary bypassing of Sewer
 
1.5
Pipeline Condition Assessment
 
1.6
Manhole Connection
 
1.7
Sewer Pipeline Desilting
 
1.8
Cable Avoidance
 
1.9
Tracing Buried Cable / Metallic Pipe Route
 
1.10
Tracing Buried Non-Metallic Pipes
 
1.11
Tracing Buried Manhole
 
1.12
Locating Sheath Fault
 
 
2 New Installation Techniques
2.1
Moling
 
2.2
Pipe Ramming
 
2.3
Horizontal Directional Drilling (for laying HDPE Pipes)
 
2.4
Manual Pipe Jacking
 
2.5
Auger Boring
 
2.6
Tunnel Boring
 
2.7
Microtunneling
 
2.8
Horizontal Rock Boring
3 Rehabilitation Techniques
 
3.1
Slip Lining
 
3.2
Cured in Place Pipe
 
3.3
Sprayed Lining
4 Renewal Techniques
 
4.1
Pneumatic Pipe Bursting
 
4.2
Static Pipe Bursting
5 Registered Qualified Professionals
  5.1 Introduction
  5.2 Scope
  5.3 Eligibility criteria for individual candidates and corporate nominees
  5.4 Knowledge of trenchless techniques
  5.5 Waste disposal/Traffic management/Safety
  5.6 Restoration of pits/surface locations
  5.7 Proposed utility layout plan
  5.8 Evaluating equipment capacity & capability
  5.9 Operator's qualification
  5.10 Selection and registration
  5.11 Commercial terms & conditions
  5.12 Deployment of RQP
  5.13 Powers to issue direction
  5.14 Project supervision and monitoring
  5.15 Accidents/Road cave-ins/Damage to structures
  5.16 Certificate of completion
  5.17 RQP Code of Ethics
  5.18 RQP fee structure
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