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MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF HIGHWAYS TANJUNG PRIOK ACCSESS ROAD CONSTRUCTION PROJECT, PHASE 2 PACKAGE : SECTION

N-S, YOS SUDARSO SIMPANG JAMPEA, JBIC ODA LOAN IP-531


KATAHIRA & ENGINEERS INTERNATIONAL In association with JAPAN BRIDGE & STRUCTURE INSTITUTE. INC , CONSULTANT PT. VIRAMA KARYA (Persero), PT. INDEC INTERNUSA, PT. GUTEG HARINDO, PT. POLA AGUNG CONSULTING, PT. BINA ASIH CONSULTANTS

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MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF HIGHWAYS TANJUNG PRIOK ACCSESS ROAD CONSTRUCTION PROJECT, PHASE 2 PACKAGE : SECTION N-S, YOS SUDARSO SIMPANG JAMPEA, JBIC ODA LOAN IP-531

METHOD STATEMENT
ROAD WIDENING JANUARI, 2014

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. GENERAL 2. WORK SEQUENCE 3. TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT & UTILITIES 4. STAKE-OUT & PRE-MARKING 5. REQUIRED EQUIPMENTS LIST 6. EARTHWORKS 7. PAVEMENT WORKS 8. MISCELLANEOUS WORKS 9. SAFETY MANAGEMENT 10. QUALITY CONTROL 11. MEASURMENT CONTROL

METHOD STATEMENT FOR RELOCATED ARTERIAL ROAD 1. GENERAL


NS-Link project has some location of arterial road shall construct the widening along STA 0+000 until STA 1+750 paralel with long section of main road due to both side, east and west side. Location of widening explain by the name of zone as : - Widening A STA 0+000 ~ 0+850 (West side) - Widening B STA 0+850 ~ 1+400 (West side) - Widening C STA 0+000 ~ 0+275 (East side) - Widening D STA 0+275 ~ 0+475 (West side) - Widening E STA 0+475 ~ 0+850 (West side) - Widening C STA 0+850 ~ 1+475 (East side) - Widening C STA 1+475 ~ 1+750 (East side) Some part of the widening zone. Shall land acguistion and the other part of zone can start of the right of way (ROW) of the arterial road, without land acguistion. However during widening road construction, there are other works on the ground that should be commenced, such as : Relocation of side ditch; Relocation of PLN poles; Relocation of Telkom secondary poles; Relocation utility and other obstruction; Concreting utility with foam concrete

So we need exactly position of the utility underground, by using basic drawing utility and then check by test pit, also coordination to the utility company. The exact coordinate after test pit will shown at the drawing and its influence to the scheme of widening work also to completely the schedule. Also, the big issues that commonly occur regarding with land acquisition of relocation of arterial road should be absolutely clear. Relocation of arterial road shall be constructed every 100m simultaneously, which make it easier for all parties to work, supervise and also for exiting traffic that shall be less disturbed. traffic survey should commenced firstly to identify the actual traffic load and its composition, thus by identification of traffic characteristic the work strategy for constructing relocation of arterial road could be managed smoothly.

2. WORK SEQUENCE

3. STAKE OUT & PRE-MARKING


Before commencing widening construction, the survey team shall start to prepare stakingout and pre-marking to determine the exact location according to shop drawing which complies with design alignment. Stake-out and pre-marking shall be taken each 12.5m by following the design alignment. This stake-out andpre-marking must also covered exact location/position of existing utilities that lies within this widening area, so the relocation schedule among project team and related utility company could be arrange properly.

4. TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT & UTILITIES 4.1 UTILITIES


There are many utilities on the ground such as lighting pole, guiede sign, etc. that must be relocated regarding with widening area, therefore some illegal obstructions on that site, must be removed too, in this case thos obstruction shall be removed by the project team. All this activities shall be coordinate and arrange by project team with related company or local authority to commence relocation. The relocation of utilities shall be conducted by each company that owns the utility, based on their standard method and work procedure.

4.2

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
As for traffic management must be arranging in such way. It must be arrange to minimize disturbance and accommodate safety for pedestrians away from existing traffic. The working area shall be protected by combination of MCB; Cone and Wooden Barrier. They were functioned to aware public to distinguish that there is an on-going construction works and which also functioned as constructions boundary. Also some information of the activities of work and safety sign board will install during the working. Warning signboards shall be installed to indicate the danger and hazards of sites. Information and directional signboards will be installed for traffic control. Basic principle for traffic management must be (at last) following the requirement, such as: Keep at least 0,50m width for pedestrian (if possible)

4.3

TYPICAL DETAIL CROSS SECTION

Warning signboards and traffic signs should be placed for at last 100-150m before construction of widening board, Sidewalk will be shifted according to the progress of construction Keep smooth traffic stream on the existing arterial road

Note: - excavation of drainage will be used man power to abserve at the first time for the utility underground. After observation done will continue by small excavator. - excavation of drainage will maintance by dump truck bring excavating soil out the project. -during the excavation supervision from the utility company will monitor and keep the coordinating during the work. Those principles on above shall be applied onto widening road, since the existing road both location shal be narrowed, during excavation until rigid pavement of widening road.

5. REQUIRED EQUIPMENTS LIST No EQUIPMENTS LIST


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Backhoe, w/ Breaker Small Roller Tamping Rammer/ Plate Compactor Dump Truck Air Compressor Concrete Bucket Bar Cutter & bender Welding Machine Concrete Vibrator Concrete Batching Plant Truck Mixer Formwork for Rigid Pavement

CAPACITY
10 ton 1 ton 10-12 ton 175 cfm 1m3 6-32 mm 300 500 VA Electric 45 m3/hour 5-7 m3 100m

REMARK
1 unit 1 unit 1 unit 5 unit 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit 4 unit 1 unit 5 unit 2 sets

Note : This equipment list were only estimation, if there are any other requirement that wasnt listed an above list the require equipment shall be mobilized as necessary according to their usage

6. EARTHWORKS
6.1 6.2 Before starting excavation utility on the top of ground such as lighting pole and the others should removed / to relocated. DEMOLITION WORKS. This works shall be done as specified in the specification. Control of dust during demolition concrete structure will be minimized by applying water during breaking by mechanical breaker. The area to be demolished will be protected by a barrier fence. ROADWAY EXCAVATION. After demolition works, the roadway will be excavated based on the design/shop drawing by using man power and then load into dump trucks. PROTECTION UTILITIES. The protection of utilities shall be conducted by layer per layer, based on standard method and work procedure of foaming concrete casting for base course of rigid pavement roads and protecting utilities.

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7. PAVEMENT WORKS
After the completion of necessary work such as embankment, and roadway excavation, dealing with underground utilities, pavement works will follow. 7.1 SUB-GRADE PREPARATION. The base of completed embankment and cut areas will prepare in design level and alignment with lightweight concrete (foam concrete) 7.2 WET LEAN CONCRETE. Right after the sub-grade preparation passed the required FDT, a lean concrete will be cast. Soon after the concrete directly poured from truck mixer then directly screed manually by workers using wooden trowel/bull float. 7.3 PLASTIC POLYETHELENE. Before constructing the PCCP, the plastic polyethylene, =1,25mm; w=150gr/sq.m should be laid down on wet lean concrete. Prior to installation of polyethylene sheets, the surface of the wet lean concrete shall be free of unnecessary materials. 7.4 PCCP CONSTRUCTION. There are several stages before PCCP construction could be made completely. 7.4.1 Longitudinal Construction Joint. Before construction the PCCP, in order to make a good connection with existing rigid pavement on arterial road, the connection shall be made by longitudinal construction joint. Prepare horizontal holes in existing rigid pavement by drilling with 20mm diameter and 400mm deep. Clean the holes by spraying them with pressure water and then fill the holes with mixture of cement mortar and additive paste. Then insert the deformed tie bars, grade 40 13-600 into those holes. Protect the bars from corrosion by brushing them with rust preventing paint. 7.4.2 Edge Reinforcement & Expansion Joint. Along with longitudinal construction joint installation, edge reinforcement and expansion joint (use Styrofoam sheet) should be prepared formerly before concrete placing. 7.4.3 Side Formwork. Side formwork for PCCP shall use steel. There are several things that must be aware for setting the formwork, such: The forms shall not deviate from true line by more than 5mm @ any point. Installation of dowels/expansion joints. The alignment and grade elevations of the forms shall be checked before placing the concrete. When any forms has been disturbed or

any grade has become unstable, the form shall be reset and rechecked. 7.4.4 Concrete Placing. The concrete shall be placing by direct pouring. Several things that must be aware during concrete placement, such : Concrete shall be deposited in such a manner to require minimal rehandling. Concrete to be compacted by vibrators, shall be struct off at such level. Should any concrete material fall on or be worked into the surface of a complete slab, it shall be removed immediately. 7.4.5 Strike-off of concrete. Following the placing of the concrete, it shall be struck off by concrete screed to conform to the cross-section shown on the plans and to an elevation such that when the concrete is properly consolidated and finished, the surface of the pavement will be at the elevation shown on the plans for cross section. 7.4.6 Final strike-off (consolidation and finishing). Stages of final strike-off : The sequence of operations shall be the strike-off and consolidation, floating and removal of laitance, straight-edging and final surface finish. Work bridges or other devices necessary to provide access to the pavement surface for the purpose of finishing, straight-edging, and make corrections as hereinafter, shall be provided. During screeding, the tops of the forms shall be kept clean and the travel of the concrete screed on the forms shall be maintained true without wobbling or other variation tending to the affect the precision finished. In case of breakdown of concrete screed and in narrow widths or areas of irregular dimensions where operations of concrete screed are impractical, hand finishing method shall be used. The screed will be at least 60cm longer than the maximum width of pavement to be struckoff. After the concrete has been struck-off and consolidated, it shall be further smoothed, trued, and consolidated by means of a bull float. This bull float shall be not less than 350cm in length and 15cm in width. The final finished is brushed finished; it shall be applied when the water sheen has practically disappeared. The broom shall be drawn from the center to the edge of the pavement with adjacent strokes slightly overlapping. The brooming operation should be so executed that the corrugations produced in the surface shall be uniform in appearance and not less than 0.75mm in depth. After the final finish, but before the concrete has taken its initial sets, the edges of the pavement along each side of each slab, and on each

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7.4.11

side of transverse expansion joints, formed joints, transverse construction joints, and emergency construction joints, shall be worked with an approved tool and rounded to the radius required by the plans. Curing. The exposed surfaces of concrete pavement shall be cured immediately after the surface finish brushing by treating with an approved curing compound which shall be mechanically sprayed on to the surface at a rate of 0.22 0.27 litre/m2, or at a rate recommended by the manufacturer, using a fine spray. For the side of slip-formed slab or where the side forms are removed and for small areas where a mechanical distributor cannot be used, the compound shall be sprayed by hand lance at the rate 0f 0.27 0.36 litre/m2 or at a rate recommended by the manufacturer, any groove over a joint shall be protected from the entry of curing compound. Immediately after the finishing operations have been completed and as soon as marring of the concrete will not occur, the entire surface of the newly placed concrete shall be covered and cured. Failure to provide sufficient cover or lack of water to adequately take care of both curing and other requirements shall be cause for immediate suspension if concreting operations. Removal of Forms. Concrete forms shall remain in place undisturbed for not less than twelve (12) hours after concrete pouring. Sawing off The Joints. Sawing of the joints shall commence as soon as the concrete has hardened sufficiently to permit sawing without excessive raveling, and not more than 12 hours after final compaction of concrete. It shall be sawn before uncontrolled shrinkage cracking takes place. Sealing Joints. Joints shall be sealed soon after completion of the curing period and before the pavement is opened to traffic. Joint sealer shall be submitted for approval. Protection of Pavement. The newly cast pavement shall be surrounded by barricades/MCB to prevent entry.

8. MISCELLANEOUS WORKS
Miscellaneous works will be divided into followings: 1. Sodding will be done after completion of PCCP, depends on actual site condition. 2. Kilometer post and signage. These works will be done simultaneously with shouldering works. 3. Road markings. These works will be done prior to opening of widening road. 4. Sidewalks construction.

9. SAFETY MANAGEMENT
9.1 SITE STAFF AND LABOR. All staff and labor force to be assigned in the works will be given a safety orientation particularly to earthworks, drainage works, pavement works, slope protection and other miscellaneous works. In accordance, the general principles of safety applicable to the project works

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9.3

will be strictly followed. All crew members will be required to wear construction helmets, safety shoes and gloves. SAFETY OFFICER, SAFETY PATROL AND SAFETY MEETING. The construction will be subjected to the safety officers regular supervision and operation will be under review during the regular safety patrols. A daily meeting shall be conducted prior to start of every works highlighting the dangers associated with and the precautions to take in the actual works to be carried out. Parts to be discussed are the particularities associated with the work and emphasize the special care to be observe while working around the heavy equipments (if any). SAFETY CONTROL. Safety control and verifications include the periodic verifications, of a clean and tidy working environtment, of adequate first aid supplies, etc., as well as the verification of other items particular to the steps detailed in this method statement.

10. QUALITY CONTROL


To ensure that the steps of the procedures are fully complied with, certain inspection and tests on the materials and works will be carried out. A general inspection sheets representing verification of rebar, form installation, concrete quality tests and other required tests relating to all the works mentioned in this method statement will be submitted for engineers approval. 10.1 SLUMP TEST. Concrete sample for slump test shall be taken directly from concrete mixer right before placing concrete and also sample for concrete compressive strength test should be taken too. The sample number was eight for every 50m3 of poured concrete. 10.2 TEMPERATURE CHECK. Before pouring concrete, concrete temperature shall be checked on site at the same time of slump test. The concrete temperature shall be less than 350C. 10.3 TOLERANCE. Refer to clause S1.28.2.1. the following tolerances for roadway construction after completion of the work shall not be exceeded. All roadway work shall be carried out in the dimensions, shapes, and levels shown on the drawings. The engineer may waive certain requirements and apply other tolerances as he may deem necessary and as are appropriate for the case at hand. 10.3.1 Absolute Dimensions. Horizontal +20mm Alignment 10.3.2 Vertical Alignment and Elevations. Top of compacted subgrade +25mm Top of compacted granular subbase course +20mm Top of compacted bit. Treated base course +15mm Top of compacted bit. Binder or surface course +10mm Top of concrete pavement +10mm 10.3.3 Thickness Tolerances

The surface level of the pavement at any point shall not deviate vertically from the true finished road surface by more than 10mm. however the combination of permitted tolerances in the levels of different pavement courses shall not result in a reduction of the surface course thickness by more than 5mm from that specified for a flexible road nor a reduction in the thickness of whole pavement, excluding sub base, by more than 20mm from the specified thickness. Compacted granular subbase +10%-5%

10.3.4 Flatness of the Pavement Flatness of surface of pavement as measured a 3 meter straightedge profile meter measurement machine is laid on the surface parallel to and perpendicular to the center line, the surface variation from the lower edge of the straightedge shall not exceed: Asphalt concrete surface course 3mm (standard deviation value) Concrete pavement 3mm (standard deviation value) 10.3.5 Others. When any tolerances in this cause are exceeded the contractor shall determine the full extent of the area which is out of tolerance and shall submit to the engineer for this approval the proposed method of rectification. When the surface level of a surface course is not in accordance with these tolerances, the full depth of the layer shall be removed and replaced with fresh material. The width to be removed shall be the full width of paving laid in one operation and the minimum length shall be 15m.

11. MEASURMENT CONTROL


Measurment control shall be carried out to verify the required dimension on installed materials, forms and other related items related to all the works included in this method statement.