16/03 (Pindaan 2008) (A Practical Guide for Environmental Protection & Enhancement Works)

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 Preface

C17 AT(J) 16-03(P.08) Prepare BQ for Environmental Protection Enhancement.pdf
In line with the MS: ISO 14001 requirement, a continual improvement of the system must be done to ensure success and effectiveness of environmentally sustainable approach in construction. To produce a clear and comprehensive tender document, revision of JKR Tender Documents on environment protection and enhancements has been done by itemising the environmental works into the Bill of Quantities to allow contractors to tender a realistic price. Arahan Teknik (Jalan) 16/03, produced in 2004, provided changes to the items in the Tender Document with regards to the Condition of Contracts, Instruction to Tenderers, Specification to Environmental Protection and Enhancements, Preamble to Bill of Quantities, Need Statement, Bill of Quantities and Drawings.


In 2006, a committee comprising multi-disciplinary personnel was set up to revise the Arahan Teknik (Jalan) 16/03. Changes have been made in accordance to problems encountered and inadequacies of the previous Arahan Teknik. The overall improvement is aimed to ensure contractors understand the application of the environment protection works that they have tendered in the Bill of Quantities. Notwithstanding the importance of other technical agencies requirements to protect the environment, some parts have been added such as the preparation of Erosion and Sediment Control Plan (ESCP) and management of disposal site for surplus material as part of the latest EIA requirements. Drawings of mitigation works have been revised and amended. The revised Arahan Teknik (Jalan) 16/03 is made applicable, not only to road projects, but to all projects in JKR. It is important that all parties involved in the construction industry, be made aware of the latest government requirements in environment protection to ensure our nation has the capacity to be sustainable in the long term future.


Contents

CHAPTERS

  1. Introduction
  2. Environmental Requirements
  3. Contractual Requirements
  4. Specifications
  5. Method of Measurement
  6. Bill of Quantities
  7. Best Management Practices
  8. Standard Drawings and Figures


REFERENCES

APPENDIX 1 Standard Specifications for Building Works (2005 Edition):-

  • SECTION A: PRELIMINARIES AND GENERAL CONDITIONS
  • SECTION C: EXCAVATIONS AND EARTHWORKS


APPENDIX 2: Government Requirements (Need Statement)
(Term of Reference) (For Design and Build Projects Only)


APPENDIX 3: Standard Report Format for :-

  • Environment Management Plan (EMP)
  • Environment Quality Report (EQR)
  • Environment Management Audit Report (EMAR)
  • Closure Audit Report (CAR)