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VISAKHAPATNAM PORT TRUST ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT NAME OF WORK: Renovation of toilets at ground floor and first floor of MF complex in port area SCOPE OF WORK The work broadly consists of the following:  Removing existing floor and wall tiles,  Providing and fixing First Quality ceramic tiles for floor and walls,  Painting priming coat with white cement ACC or Birla,  Replacing the all damaged wooden doors with new PVC doors and flush doors,  Providing suitable sanitary fixtures i.e., vitreous water closet (Indian and European type), half stall urinals, marble slab partitions, vitreous wash basins etc.,  Transportation of debris and excavated earth up to a lead of 6 KM,  Supply of Man Mazdoor / Women Mazdoor for removing the existing sanitary fixtures and damaged doors etc., LOCATION: MF Complex in port area CONTRACTOR SUPDT. ENGINEER VISAKHAPATNAM PORT TRUST ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT --- NAME OF WORK Renovation of toilets at ground floor and first floor of MF complex in port area SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO THE TENDERERS BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Renovation of toilets at ground floor and first floor of MF complex at port area 1. CLAIMS AND DISPUTES: Any claims or disputes arising out of the contract should be promptly submitted in writing to the Engineer-in-Charge within one month from the date of cause of action so that the points at issue could be immediately verified at site by the field officers, facts ascertained and a prompt decision given. Claims raised beyond this time limit will not be entertained. The tenderers shall carefully note this stipulation. 2. SUB-LETTING: Engaging of labour on a piecework basis shall not be deemed to be sub-letting. 3. EXCEPTED RISKS : The “excepted risks“ are war hostilities between India and any other country (whether war be declared or not) invasion, act of foreign enemies, rebellion, revolution, insurrection of Military usurped power, Civil war (other wise then among the contractor’s own employees) or riot, commotion, or disorder or use or occupation by the Employer of any portion of the works in respect of which certificate of completion has been issued or a cause proven to be solely due to the Engineer-in-charge decision or any such operation of the forces of nature as reasonable foresight and ability on the part of the contractor could not foreseen or reasonably provide against ( all of which are herein collectively referred to as the excepted risks “) . CONTRACTOR 4. INSURANCE OF WORKS ETC : The contractor shall insure in the joint names of the Board and the contractor against all risks of whatever nature viz., all losses or damages from what ever cause arising (other than the excepted risks) for which he is responsible under the terms of the contract and in such manner that the Board and contractor are covered during the period of execution of the works for any loss or damage, occasioned by the contractor in the course of any operation carried out by him for the purpose of complying with his obligations. The said insurance shall cover the following: a) The works and the temporary works to the full value of such works executed from time to time. b) The materials, constructional plant and other things brought on to the site by the contractor to the full value of such materials, constructional plant and other things, such insurances shall be effected with an insurer and in terms approved by the Board (which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld) and the contractor shall whenever required produce to the Engineer-in- charge or his representative the policy or policies of insurance and the receipt for payment of current premiums provid

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