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MEP Project Execution Strategy & Methodology

Detailed programming of all MEP work activities will be prepared in full coordination with the main contractors programme. Builder’s works drawings will be prepared to show all openings sleeves and cast in items, Wherever necessary back up calculations will be prepared and submitted to Consultant. For specialist equipment a suitably qualified specialist subcontractor will be used. Working Shop Drawings Working drawings will …

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General Safety HSE Considerations at a Construction Site

A task based risk assessment and mitigation strategy should be prepared for each activity of a project. All the work should commence as per safety regulations laid down in the legal regulations, contract specifications and project safety plan. Safety gears shall be used. All personal protective equipment shall be used as appropriate according to the nature of the job. For electrical works, …

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Method Statement for Internal Painting Works

Before commencement of work, remove electrical switch and outlet plates, surface hardware, frames of lighting fixtures and all other obstructions. Replace properly at completion of the work. Remove soiled and used rags, waste and empty containers from the building each night. Take every precaution to prevent a fire. Preparation Before Painting Clean floors and adjacent surfaces, as well as surfaces to be painted, before …

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Method Statement For Repairing Screed Surface

Following equipment shall be arranged: Hand tools Air Compressor Wire brush Slow speed drill with Fosroc MR4 mortar mixing paddle Finishing Sponge & rubber gloves SURFACE PREPARATION Mark out the defective area, remove loose sand cement materials and all contamination from screed  such as dust, oil & grease if any up to the perimeter of the repair. Chip with a …

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Method Statement For Damaged Concrete Repairing Of Large Cracks

This procedure shall apply to the repair Of all defective concrete in large quantities for walls, using high strength, free flowing, cementitious micro concrete  of size 40 – 300 mm thickness. Concrete Preparation The areas to be repaired are to be as shown on the drawings or as indicated by the Client/Consultant.  The areas are to be marked out in the works and agreed …

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