Monday, April 7, 2008

Work Method Statement for Ceramic Wall Tile

WORKS METHOD STATEMENT

CERAMIC/HOMOGENEOUS TILING

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 WORK ORGANISATION
2.0 DESIGN CONSTRAINTS AND COORDINATION
3.0 CONTRACTING METHODS
4.0 PROCUREMENT METHODS
5.0 RESOURCE PROVISIONS
6.0 LOGISTICS PROVISIONS
7.0 MATERIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
8.0 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND TECHNOLOGY
9.0 CONSTRUCTION PHASING AND WORKFLOW
10.0 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING
11.0 SAFETY PROGRAMME
12.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND CONTROL PROGRAMMES
13.0 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS POLICIES
14.0 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PROGRAMMES
15.0 APPENDICES


1.0 INTRODUCTION

This Work Method Statement is to describe the materials and procedures for the installation of tiling works This method statement also describes the technical method of application and the sequence of works to be carried out for Private Hospital Project at Jalan Tun Razak.

2.0 DESIGN CONSTRAINTS AND COORDINATION

Not Applicable.

3.0 CONTRACTING METHODS

Since PCSB is liable for the performance of any Sub-contractor, it is vital that only companies with proven track records in the relevant activity will be engaged as Sub -contractors.

It is acknowledged that before any part of the works can be sublet, the approval of the Employer’s Representative is required.

The Conditions of Contract have been reviewed by PCSB and particularly those conditions in respect of Sub-contractors. The conditions are bespoke for this project and therefore be required to be reflected in any form of Sub-contract utilized on the project.

Please refer to PHOS-CN-010 to PHOS-CN-030 for the Contract Procedures.

4.0 PROCUREMENT METHODS

Please refer to PHOS-PR-010 to PHOS-PR-030 for the procurement procedures.
5.0 RESOURCE PROVISIONS

5.1 Manpower/Labour

The number of manpower/labour to be used during the earthworks activities have been identified in the Manpower Histogram.

5.2 Plant Equipment

Typical plant equipment to be used shall consist of:

~ Grease
~ Duct Tape
~ Levelling spirit
~ Welded holding down bolt template
~ 45 T mobile crane



6.0 LOGISTICS PROVISIONS

The logistic control shall be in accordance with the approved Site Logistic Plan and includes wheel wash facilities and traffic management.

7.0 MATERIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Please refer to PHOS-CP-040 for the Material Control Procedure.

8.0 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND TECHNOLOGY

8.1 Surface Preparation

• To check and survey site, layout marking and setting.
• Screed shall be laid after concrete slab has been thoroughly roughened, cleaned, wetted and spread with a layer of neat cement slurry. Screed shall be 1:3 cement and sand mixture. The setting bed for floor tile shall be of neat cement grout of the right consistency.
• Edge restraint is normally necessary, it serve to restraint lateral movement of the tiles. All cutting of tiles by high – speed cutter is to be neatly carried out and suit site formation/edge.

8.2 Floor Tile Installation

• Unload of tiles by mechanical means and stored. Each tile shall be loaded into trolley and transported to area to be laid.
• To unload place and lay tiles by hand into position over neatly cement screed
• A control joint shall be established with regard to structure location and tiles are not to be set out symmetrically with each are and laid to regular line and pattern as required.
• To tap the files firmly with a rubber mallet to neatly level fresh cement screed.
• All joint in floor tiles shall be truly aligned and even. Grout shall be worked well into joints so that they are completely filled. All joints shall be used plastic spacer 2 – 3 mm.
• All floor tiling shall be laid to fall to avoid pounding. All tiles shall be laid by the tile layer
• To ensure not to allow water onto new tiling until bedding and jointing have completely set.
• To ensure no traffic on flooring within 48 hours after completion.
• Tiles with any chips, cracks or otherwise defective shall not be used for the work.





8.3 Wall Tile Installation

• Reconfirm the existing reference levels and position provided at site by surveyor.
• Ensure that the existing plaster wall are vertically straight and does not exceed the wall finishing level
• Identify and mark the wall file finishes level and setting out point with the reconfirmation from the Resident Architect.
• Shift the required tiles, ordinary Portland cement and adhesive cement to the designated work area. Mix the cement and adhesive cement thoroughly with clean water.
• Apply the mortar to the back of tile and tap in into place at the required level position to the wall.
• Affix the remaining tiles ensuring a 2-3 mm spacer is used between tiles and wipe away the excessive slurry mortar that seeps out from the joint.
• Proceed the finish working area and allow a few hours for the tiles to set.
• File the wall tile joints with approved colour grout.
• Site inspection of complete wall area shall be undertaken with Resident Architect and any defect rectified

9.0 CONSTRUCTION PHASING AND WORKFLOW

During secant wall and bored piling construction, excavation for ground anchor installation and basement formation will commence in available areas, generally moving from grids 27/H towards 1/A.


10.0 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING

The Logistic Manager and the traffic management contractor shall be responsible for the management and control of the traffic in and out from the construction site.

11.0 SAFETY PROGRAMME

Please refer to PHOS-HS-010 Health and Safety Plan.

12.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND CONTROL PROGRAMMES

Please refer to Appendix 15.1 for the Inspection and Test Plan and Appendix 15.2 for the Checklist.

13.0 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS POLICIES

Not Applicable

14.0 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PROGRAMMES

Please refer to PHOS-EMP-001 Environmental Management Plan


15.0 APPENDICES

15.1 Inspection and Test Plan

15.2 Inspection Checklist Form
15.3 Job Safety Analysis

1 comment:

Sabu said...

dear all,

thank you very much for your method statement all, which u are attached.

we want latest model, if possible pl send me.

sabu