HERITAGE BUILDINGS



S H : 24.0 CONSERVATION OF HERITAGE BUILDINGS
Code
No.
Description Unit Rate
0101 Bhisti day 617.00
0103 Blacksmith 2nd class day 679.00
0114 Beldar day 558.00
0115 Coolie day 558.00
0116 Fitter (grade 1) day 738.00
0124 Mason (brick layer) 2nd class day 679.00
0128 Mate day 617.00
0131 Painter day 679.00
0155 Mason (average) day 709.00
0159 Skilled torch operator for laying tack day 738.00
0773 Unslaked lime quintal 300.00
1034 Bolts and nuts up to 300 mm in length quintal 4800.00
1182 Surkhi cum 700.00
2205 Carriage of Steel tonne 92.24
4009 Mild steel tubes hot finished welded type kg 57.00
6501 Sand zone V (Jamuna) cum 1225.00
7346 Double coupler each 46.00
7387 Spigot for standard jointing kg 43.00
7397 Base Jack each 145.00
7398 Challies each 765.00
7399 Cup locks each 48.00
7767 Stone cleaning chemical approved by ASI litre 295.00
7768 Water repallent chemical approved by ASI litre 1200.00
7769 Stone surface strengthening chemical approved by ASI litre 900.00
7770 Turpentine oil litre 55.00
7771 Liquid Ammonia 5% litre 160.00
7775 Sodium pentachlorophenate kg 550.00
9999 Sundries L.S. 2.00
24.0 CONSERVATION OF HERITAGE BUILDINGS
Code
No.
Description Unit Rate
24.1 Raking out joints of stone masonry surface to the required width and depth, with due care and precaution, by mechanical / manual means,
including preparing and cleaning the surface for re-pointing/ refilling of joints, including disposal of rubbish to the dumping ground within
50 metre lead.
sqm 51.70
24.2 Providing and fixing double scaffolding system (cup lock type) on side of building/structure, upto 25 metre height, above ground level, including additional rows of scaffolding in stepped manner as per requirement of site, made with 40mm dia M.S. tube, placed 1.5 metre centre to centre, horizontal & vertical tubes joint with cup & lock system with M.S. Tubes, M.S. tube challis, M.S. clamps and staircase system in the scaffolding for working platform etc. and maintaining it in a serviceable condition for execution of work of cleaning and/ or pointing and/ or applying chemical and removing it thereafter. The scaffolding system shall be stiffened with bracings, runners, connecting with the building etc, wherever required, if feasible, for inspection of work at required locations with essential safety features for the workmen etc., complete as per directions and approval of Engineer-in-charge.    
  Note:- (1) The elevational area of the scaffolding shall be measuredfor payment purpose. (2) The payment will be made once only for execution of all items for such works. sqm 257.95
24.3 Cleaning the sand stone surface and removing dirt, dust, bird dropping, grease, oil, algae, fungus, monkey beats, vegetable growth etc., including providing, applying and washing the surface with liquid Ammonia Chemical of 5% solution and other chemical cleaning agent as approved by Archaeological Survey of India/ Engineer-in-charge, of approved brand and manufacturer, with the help of required
scrubbers and also cleaning with machine operated water jet mixed with desired quantity of fine silica where ever required, without causing any scratching/ damage to the stone surface and finally washing the surface with clean water with the help of pressure jet machine, complete in all respect, including taking all precautions to safeguard ventilators, windows, doors etc. by suitable covering so as to avoid any damage to the building/structure, all as per direction of Engineerin- charge (The rate is inclusive of all materials & labours involved except scaffolding).
sqm
 
158.15
24.4  roviding and applying antifungal wash treatment using 3% solution of sodium pentachlorophenate, of reputed brand and manufacturer, on cleaned sand stone surface at desired locations as per direction of Engineer-in-charge (The rate is inclusive of all materials & labours involved except scaffolding).  sqm 59.05
24.5 Ruled / Flush pointing on Red sand stone masonry surface with lime, surkhi and marble dust mortar in the ratio of 1:1.5:1/2 {One lime: 1.5 surkhi (50% red and 50% light yellow surkhi ) : 1/2 marble dust}. (The rate is inclusive of all materials & labours involved except scaffolding). sqm 276.10
24.6 Ruled/ Flush pointing on White sand stone masonry surface with lime, surkhi and marble dust mortar in the ratio of 1:1.5:1/2 {One lime : 5 surkhi (15% dark red and 85% light yellow surkhi) : 1/2 marble dust}. (The rate is inclusive of all materials & labours involved except folding). sqm 276.10
24.7 Applying two or more coat of Ethyl Silicate chemical as approved by Archaeological Survey of India/ Engineer-in-charge, of approved brand and manufacturer, with brush or spray on the existing stone masonry surface till there is no further absorption of chemical by stone surface, including protecting the applied surface from direct sunlight by suitable means during application, all complete as per direction of the Engineer-in-Charge (The rate is inclusive of all materials & labours involved except scaffolding). sqm 293.70
24.8 Applying breathable, non-reactive, antifungal, and water repellant Silane/Siloxane chemical as approved by Archaeological Survey of India/ Engineer-in-charge, of approved brand and manufacture, diluted with solvent mineral Turpentine oil in the ratio of 1:12 (One part of approved chemical :12 Part of Turpentine oil), on the existing sand stone masonry surface with two or more coats to give uniformm application of chemical on the surface, all complete as per direction of Engineer-In-charge (The rate is inclusive of all materials & labours involved except scaffolding). sqm 92.45

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