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METHOD STATEMENT ELECTRICAL RACEWAYS INSTALLATION WORKS A. Scope of Works This method statement describes the work execution plan for the installation of raceways and their accessories in conjunction with the Electrical Boxes installation. Raceway types include the following: 1. Rigid Steel Conduit (RSC) 2. Intermediate Metallic Conduit (IMC) 3. Unplasticized Polyvinylchloride Conduit (PVC) 4. Flexible Metallic conduit (FMC) 5. Liquid tight flexible Metallic conduit (LFMC) 6. Cable Trays, Cable Ladders, Wire ways and Wire Gutters B. Preparatory Works Materials intended for use shall have been submitted and approved. Coordinated shop drawings and have been approved for implementation. Necessary work permits shall have been applied for and approved including requisite Job Hazard Analysis. Equipment intended for used shall have been expected and tagged safe for use. The skilled and labourer doing the installation work shall have undergone safety orientation and shall have been familiarized with the procedures related to their works. C. Procedure for Installation 1. Examination 1.1 Examine surfaces to receive raceways, boxes and enclosures for compliance with installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of raceway installation. 1.2 Do not proceed with installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. 2. Delivery and Storage 2.1 Non-metallic conduits stored on site prior to installation shall be placed on a flat surface off the ground and shall be protected from construction debris and direct rays of the sun. 2.2 Damaged, oxidized, warped, improperly stored material or with excessive amounts of foreign debris will be removed from the project site and replaced with new materials. 3. Sleeving and Block Out works 3.1 Sleeving and block out work shall be implemented during setting up of formworks. 3.2 Prepare all sleeves and block outs and ensure the use of proper materials. 3.3 Coordinated with the general contractor and set the sleeves/block outs. METHODOLOGY Page 1

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4. Site Fabrication 4.1 All raceways shall be properly cut square and reamed smooth at the ends and all joint made tight. Cut ends of conduit with hand or power saw. 4.2 Threads cut on job shall have same effective lengths, thread dimensions and taper as factory-cut threads. 4.3 Threads cut on job shall have same effective lengths, thread dimensions and taped as factory-cut threads. 4.4 Used raceway fittings compatible with raceways and suitable for use and location 4.5 Make bends and offset will be skilfully done so that the inside diameter will not be reduced. 4.6 Field-made bends and offsets shall be made with hickey or conduitbending machine. 5. Meeting 5.1 Coordinate and confirm schedule and sequence of work with other trades. 5.2 Coordinate and confirm installation procedure 5.3 Prepare and secure necessary permits (installation permit, hot works permit, etc.) before actual start of installation work. 6. Marking Mark anchor locations in accordance with the specified spacing requirement. Check actual condition of anchors. 7. Hangers/Supports 7.1 Hangers and supports installation is to be implemented upon stripping of formworks. 7.2 Install hangers/supports according to specified material, size, type and spacing. 7.3 Where raceway support members are welded to structural building framing, scrape, brush, clean and apply one coat of zinc rich primer to welding. 8. Raceway Installation 8.1 Installation of raceway is to be implemented upon completion of hangers and supports installation and will not coincide with the wet work stage (partition, topping, etc.) 8.2 For overhead installations beyond the comfortable and safe reach of workers, provide approved ladders or erect sufficient and safe scaffolds 8.3 Install and seal raceways in accordance with approved shop drawings. 8.4 Surface of the raceways shall be checked for any dents prior to installation. 8.5 Keep raceways at least 150mm away from parallel runs of flues and steam or hot-water pipes. Install horizontal raceway runs above water and steam piping. 8.6 Install raceways level and balance and at proper elevations. Provide adequate headroom. METHODOLOGY Page 2

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8.7 During construction provide temporary closures of taped polyethylene on open raceway to prevent foreign matter from entering the raceway system. Conduits shall be capped during construction and shall remain closed until ready for use. 8.8 In all cases, where conduits rise from concrete slab or footings, they shall be accurately held in place during concrete application and finishing by means of suitable templates or spacer protector caps. 8.9 Penetrations of raceways through fire-rated vertical (walls/partitions) and horizontal (floor/ceiling assemblies) barriers shall be filled with approved firestop material. 8.10 Protect stub-ups from damage where conduits rise through the floor slab. Arrange so box or enclosure where the stub-ups terminate may be positioned with sufficient height above finished floor surface is indicated in drawings. 8.11 Support pull boxes independent. 8.12 Run concealed raceways with a minimum of bends, in the shortest practical distance considering the type of building construction and obstructions, unless otherwise indicated. 8.13 Install exposed raceways parallel to or at right angles to nearby surfaces of structural members and follow the surface contours as much as practical. 8.13.1 Run parallel or banked raceways together on common supports where practical. 8.13.2 Make bends in parallel or banked runs from the same centreline to make bends parallel. Use factory elbows where elbows can be installed parallel. Otherwise, provide field bends for parallel raceways. 8.14 Apply coat of protective paint to conduits where protective coating is damaged. Do not paint conduit threads. 8.15 Join raceway fittings designed and approved for the purpose and make joint tights 8.15.1 Make raceway termination tight. Used bonding bushings or wedges at connections subject to variation. Used bonding jumpers where joints cannot be made tight. 8.15.2 Use insulating bushings to protect conductors. 8.16 Unplasticized polyvinylchloride conduits (PVC) shall be jointed using approved PVC cement. Ensure that joints are properly bonded/made to prevent intrusion of dust or liquid. 8.17 Terminations: Where raceways are terminated with locknuts and bushings, align raceways to enter squarely and install locknuts with dished part against the box. Where terminations are not secure with 1 locknut, use 2 locknuts: inside and 1 outside the box. 8.18 Install pull wires with empty raceways. Use no. 14 AWG zinccoated steel or monofilament plastic line with not less than 200-lb (90.9 kg) tensile strength. Leave at least 300mm slack at each end of the pull wire.

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8.19 Flexible connections: Use maximum of 1800mm flexible conduit for recessed and semi-recessed lighting fixtures; for equipment subject to vibration, noise transmission, or movement; and for all motors. Install separate ground conductor across flexible connections. 8.20 Complete raceway installation before starting conductor installation. 9. Cleaning 9.1 On completion of installation, including outlet fittings and devices, inspect exposed finish. Remove burrs, dirt and construction debris and repair damaged finish, including chips, scratches and abrasions. 9.2 Clean inside of conduits by mechanical means to remove all foreign materials, burrs, dirt, construction debris and moisture before pulling wires or cables.

10. As-built Drawings 10.1 As-built drawings shall be progressively prepared as installation proceeds. D. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Equipment and Tools Hickey Hydraulic puncher Electric drill Blow torch Threading machine Grinder Hand tools

E. Materials Materials to be used shall be approved brands. Similarly, fittings and accessories shall be of approved brands. Submittals and samples shall be submitted for approval following the technical specifications. F. Personnel Responsibilities and Supervision Gigatech Inc. shall provide direct labor or sub-contractors to carry out the actual installation works. GTC shall ensure that sufficient manpower is available for the timely progress and completion of the works. GTC shall provide supervision to its workers and shall prepare coordinated shop drawings for the services installation. GTC shall prepare and follow schedule in line with the Master Construction Programme. G. Inspection Inspection procedures to ensure compliance in installation shall be carried out by GTC prior to the Engineers inspection and approval. Adjustments/rectifications shall be undertaken as required. H. Health and Safety

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GTC shall carry out its works in the safest manner possible. Job hazard analysis shall be prepared and approved prior to setting out with specific tasks to be performed. The health of its workers shall be a paramount concern of GTC. I. Conformance Criteria and Standards Industry reference standards indicated in the technical specifications and construction contract shall be followed and complied with. ELECTRICAL BOXES INSTALLATION WORKS A. Scope of works This method statement describes the work execution plan for the installation of electrical boxes and their accessories in conjunction with the Raceways Systems installation. Types of electrical boxes and fittings include the following: 1. Outlet boxes 2. Junction boxes 3. Splice boxes 4. Pull boxes 5. Floor boxes 6. Conduit bodies 7. Bushings 8. Locknuts 9. Knock out closures B. Preparatory Works Materials intended for use shall have been submitted and approved. Coordinated shop drawings and shall have been approved for implementation. Necessary work permits shall have been applied for and approved including requisite Job Hazard Analyses. Equipment intended for use shall have been inspected and tagged safe for use. The labor force doing the installation work shall have undergone safety orientation and shall have been familiarized with the procedures related to their work. C. Procedures for Installation 1. Examination 1.1 Examine surfaces to receive raceways, boxes and enclosures for compliance with installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of raceway installation. 1.2 Do not proceed with installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. 1.3 Review all approved shop drawings to avoid conflicting interferences and minimize site adjustments. 1.4 Outlet boxes to be provided shall not be smaller that required and shall be larger if required by Code for the number and size of conductors to be installed. 2. Block Out Work 2.1 Block out work shall be implemented during setting up of formworks. METHODOLOGY Page 5

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2.2 Prepare all block outs and ensure the use of proper materials. 2.3 Coordinate with the general contractor and set the sleeves/block outs. 2.4 Where embedded raceways terminate to embedded boxes, electrical boxes should be accurately installed to form as the blocking-out work itself. 2.5 Outlet boxes installed in poured concrete or cast in place shall be concrete-tight type. The box depth shall allow 50mm minimum on concrete cover. 3. Meeting 3.1 Coordinate and confirm schedule and sequence of work with other trades. 3.2 Coordinate and confirm installation procedure 3.3 Prepare and secure necessary permits (installation permit, hot works permits, etc.) before actual start of installation work. 4. Marking 4.1 Mark another locations in accordance with the specified spacing requirement 4.2 Check actual condition of anchors. 5. Hangers/supports 5.1 Hangers and supports installation is to be implemented upon stripping of formworks. 5.2 Install hangers/supports according to specified material, size, type and spacing. 5.3 Where support members are welded to structural building framing, scrape, brush, clean and apply one coat of zinc rich primer to welding. 5.4 Support every box from structure as follows: 5.4.1 Secure to wood screws 5.4.2 Secure to hallow masonry with toggle bolts 5.4.3 Secure to metal with sheet metal screws, machine bolts or clamps 5.4.4 Anchors for solid masonry and concrete shall be expansion shields or lead shields with machine bolts. Power actuated pin stud may be used. 5.4.5 Secure outlet boxes to metal studs with spring steel clamp which wraps around entire face of stud and digs into both sides of stud. Clamp shall be screwed to stud. 5.4.6 Where box is supported/suspended below structure, support from structure with threaded steel rod. Secures rod directly to outlet boxes with double nuts. For boxes larger than 450mmx450mmx150mm, construct 40mmx40mmx14 gauge metal channel frame and secured by bolts to box. The frame is secured to threaded rod at each corner. 5.4.7 Boxes directly attached to structure shall be supported in conformance with the code.

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6. Electrical Boxes Installation 6.1 All electrical boxes shall be complete accessible as required by Code. Provide access panels in any non-accessible spaces to allow access to boxes installed. 6.2 Installation of electrical boxes is to be implemented upon completion of hangers and supports installation and will coincide with the wet works stage (partition, topping, etc.) 6.3 Install and seal electrical boxes in accordance with approved shop drawings. 6.4 Provide an outlet box for each lighting fixtures or as indicated on the drawings. 6.5 Outlet boxes for flush mounted lighting fixtures shall be accessible. Where fixture installation is in non-accessible ceiling or box stud mounted, outlet box shall be accessible when fixture is removed. 6.6 Set outlet for flush mounted devices to within 4mm of finished wall. Box extension rings will be used as necessary. 6.7 Supports pull boxes independently. Do not put support from conduit. 6.8 Remove required knockouts only and plug all unused openings. Use threaded plugs for cast boxes and snap-in metal plugs for sheet metal boxes. 6.9 Outlet boxes in the same wall shall not be mounted back-to-back. Offset 150mm minimum. 6.10 Install pull boxes only in unfinished spaces or concealed above ceilings, except when indicated on the drawings or approved by the Consultant. 6.11 Install pull boxes when any of the following conditions apply: 6.11.1 Where indicated on the drawings 6.11.2 Where conduit runs exceed 45m, or as prescribed in the specifications, from box to box from box to terminal. 6.11.3 Where a conduit run contains more than 4-90 degree bends or the equivalent of offsets. 6.11.4 To facilitate conductor installation or to ensure that the manufacturers maximum pulling tension is not exceeded. 6.11.5 As described in the raceway system section of the specifications for crossing expansion joints. 6.12 Junction boxes/pull boxes installed in finished spaces shall be flush mounted cabinets provided with trim; hinged door and flush latch and lock to match panel trim for flush mounted electrical panelboards. 6.13 Conductors shall not be spliced in pull boxes except when approved in writing by the Engineer or where shown in drawings using approved splicing methods. 6.14 Where a pull box is required, one shall be installed for each individual branch circuit conduit or each feeder. It shall contain only the feeder conductors or those conductors in the conduit. A combined pull box for multiple branch conduits or feeders is not permitted unless approved by the Engineer or indicated in the drawings. Where multiple circuits are permitted within a pull box, circuit conductors METHODOLOGY Page 7

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and feeders shall be individually laced with nylon tie straps with the identification tabs to permit identification of each circuit feeder within the pull box. 6.15 Box covers shall be in place and completely secured to the box. 7. Cleaning On completion of installation, including outlet fittings and devices, inspect exposed finish. Remove burrs, dirt and construction debris and repair damaged finish, including chips, scratches and abrasions. 8. As-built drawings 8.1 As-built drawings shall be progressively prepared as installation proceeds. D. Equipment and tools 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Hydraulic puncher Electric drill Power jigsaw Grinder Hand tools

E. Materials Materials to be used shall be approved brands. Similarly fittings and accessories shall be approved brands. Submittals and samples shall be submitted for approval following the technical specifications. F. Personnel Responsibilities and Supervision Gigatech Inc. shall provide direct labor or sub-contractors to carry out the actual installation works. GTC shall ensure that sufficient manpower is available for the timely progress and completion of the works. GTC shall provide supervision to its workers and shall prepare coordinated shop drawings for the services installation. GTC shall prepare and follow a schedule in line with the Master Construction Programme. G. Inspection Inspection procedures to ensure compliance in installation shall be carried out by the GTC prior to the Engineers inspection and approval. Adjustments/rectifications shall be undertaken as required. H. Health and Safety GTC shall carry out its works in the safest manner possible. Job hazard analyses shall be prepared and approved prior to setting out with specific tasks to be performed. The health of its workers shall be a paramount concern of GTC. METHODOLOGY Page 8

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I. Conformance Criteria and Standards Industry reference standards indicated in the technical specifications and construction contract shall be followed and complied with. WIRES AND CABLES (600V & Below) INSTALLATION WORKS A. Scope of works This method statement describes the work execution plan for installation of wires and cables for power, control, communication and signal systems. B. Preparatory Works Materials intended for use shall have been submitted and approved. Coordinated shop drawings and shall have been approved for implementation. Necessary work permits shall have been applied for and approved including requisite Job Hazard Analysis. Equipment intended for used shall have been inspected and tagged safe for use the labor force doing the installation work shall have undergone safety orientation and shall have been familiarized with the procedures related to their work. C. Procedure for Installation 1. Examination 1.1 Examine raceways, boxes and enclosures to receive wires and cables for compliance with installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of installation. 1.2 Do not proceed with installation until satisfactory conditions have been corrected. 1.3 Do not pull wires and cables in raceways unless the raceway run is complete. 1.4 Do not install more conductors in a raceway other than indicated on the drawings. 2. Delivery and Storage 2.1 Deliver wires and cables in undamaged factory packaging 2.2 Stores wires and cables on elevated platforms in a clean, dry location. Protect from dirt, fumes, water and construction debris and traffic. 3. Meeting 3.1 Coordinate and confirm schedule and sequence of work with other trades. 3.2 Coordinate and confirm installation procedure. 3.3 Prepares and secure necessary permits (Installation permit, hot works permit, etc.) before actual start of installation work. 4. Installation

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4.1 Pull the wires/cables using prescribed pull wires except where conductors are indicated or specified to be installed other than in a raceway. 4.2 Conductors within all pull boxes and/or enclosures shall be grouped and identified with nylon tie straps with circuit identification tag. 4.3 Provide identification on each control conductor at its terminal points with wrap-around tape wire/cable markers. ID to indicate terminal block and point designation per control diagrams. 4.4 Color code all secondary service, feeder and branch circuit conductors 4.5 When connecting conductors, torque each terminal connection to the manufacturers recommended torque value. A calibrated torqueing tool shall be used to insure proper torque application. 4.6 Approved compression-type lugs and connectors shall be used for termination as prescribed per conductor size. 4.7 Maintain phase sequence on all three-phase circuits as established from the service equipment throughout the entire project. 4.8 Group and lace with nylon tie straps all conductors within enclosures, e.g. panels, motor controllers, motor control center, switchboards, terminal cabinets and fire alarm cabinets. 4.9 Make splices with conductors only within junction/splice boxes, wiring troughs and other enclosures as permitted by Code. Do not splice conductors in pull boxes, panel boards, safety switches, switchboard and motor controllers or motor control centers. 4.10 Support conductors installed in vertical raceways at intervals not exceeding distances as prescribed by Code 4.11 Control, communications or signal conductors shall be installed in separate raceway systems. 5. Testing and Commissioning 5.1 Perform inspection and test procedures as prescribed in the specifications. 5.2 Conduct in-house prescribed wires/cable tests. 5.3 If the in-house wires/cable tests pass or meet the requirements, conduct witnessed tests with the presence of the Third Party testing entity and the Owners representative 5.4 Record the results in prescribed/approved forms. The completed test forms shall be signed by the Third Party testing entity and the Owners representative. 5.5 Prior to energization of wires and bales rated 600V, the following tests and inspections shall be carried out. 5.5.1 Confirm that all terminations are tight and that all wires and cables are correctly identified and adequately protected against mechanical damage and abrasion. 5.5.2 Test polarity to ensure that all single pole and protective devices are connected in the phase conductor only and that all multi-pole devices are connected with correct phase sequence. 5.6 Completed test report forms shall be submitted to the Engineer. 6. As-Built Drawings METHODOLOGY Page 10

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6.1 As built-drawings shall be progressively prepared and installation proceeds. D. Equipment and Tools 1. Hydraulic cable cutter 2. Hydraulic crimping tool 3. Megger Insulation Resistance Tester 4. Phase sequence tester 5. Torque wrench 6. Cable basket 7. Voltmeter 8. Multi tester 9. Clamp ampere-meter 10. Hand tools E. Materials Materials to be sued shall be approved brands. Similarly, fittings and accessories shall be of approved brands. Submittals and samples shall be submitted for approval following the technical specifications. F. Personnel Responsibilities and Supervision Gigatech Inc. shall provide direct labor or sub-contractors to carry out the actual installation works. GTC shall ensure that sufficient manpower is available for the timely progress and completion of the works. GTC shall provide supervision to its workers and shall prepare coordinated shop drawings for the services installation. GTC shall prepare and follow a schedule in line with the Master Construction Programme. G. Inspection Inspection procedures to ensure compliance in installation shall be carried out by GTC prior to the Engineers inspection and approval. Adjustments/rectifications shall be undertaken as required. H. Health and Safety GTC shall carry out its works in the safest manner possible. Job hazard analysis shall be prepared and approved prior to setting out with specific tasks to be performed. The health of its worker shall be a paramount concert of GTC. I. Conformance Criteria and Standards Industry reference standards indicated in the technical specifications and construction contract shall be followed and complied with.

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WIRING DEVICES INSTALLATION WORKS A. Scope of works This method statement describes the work execution plan for the installation of interior and exterior wiring devices with references to Raceways, Electrical Boxes and wires and cables installation methodologies. The term wiring devices shall include: 1. Switches 2. Dimmer Switches 3. Receptacle outlets 4. Plugs and connectors 5. Cover plates B. Preparatory Works Materials intended for use shall have been submitted and approved. Coordinated shop drawings and shall have been approved for implementation. Necessary work permits shall have been applied for and approved including requisite Job Hazard Analyses. Equipment intended for used shall have been inspected and tagged safe for use. The labor force doing the installation work shall have undergone safety orientation and shall have been familiarized with the procedures related to their work. C. Procedure for Installation 1. Examination 1.1 Examine surfaces where the wiring devices are going to be mounted for compliance with installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of installation. 1.2 Ensure that switches and wall dimmers shall located on the strike side of the door. 1.3 Do not proceed with installation until satisfactory conditions have been corrected. 1.4 Do not terminate the wires unless the circuit has passed the prescribed test and accepted by the Engineer. 1.5 Architectural and structural features shall be coordinated with wiring devices installation 1.6 Review Architectural and Interior drawings for wiring devices requiring specific locations. 2. Delivery and Storage 2.1 Deliver and store wiring devices in undamaged factory packaging 2.2 Store wiring devices on elevated platforms in a clean, dry location. Protect from dirt, fumes, water and construction debris and traffic. 3. Meeting METHODOLOGY Page 12

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3.1 Coordinate and confirm schedule and sequence of work with other trades 3.2 Coordinate and confirm installation procedure 3.3 Prepare and secure necessary permits (installation permit, hot works permit, etc.) before actual start of installation work. 4. Marking 4.1 Mark the prescribed mounting heights of the wiring devices, from the centreline of the wiring devices vertically measured, prior to positioning the outlet boxes. The vertical centreline of outlet boxes shall be measured as accurately as possible as if the wiring device is already installed. 4.2 Mounting heights shall be based on the reference or benchmarks as predetermined and provided conspicuously by the structural or civil contractor. 4.3 Actual surface finishes shall be obtained from the Architect to predetermine mounting heights. 5. Supports and Fittings Ensure that supports or fixing areas according to specified materials, size, type and spacing. Ensure that supports and fixings are complete per manufacturers recommendation. Each wiring device shall be fixed in place, levelled and square with Architectural lines and finishes. 6. Installation 6.1 Wiring devices shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturers recommendation. 6.2 Installation of wiring devices shall be done after completion of Architectural finishes 6.3 Utmost care should be observed and practiced at all times to ensure neat and clean installation of wiring devices 6.4 Approved gloves shall be worn by workers to at all times during installation in order to avoid marks on the finished ceiling or adjacent surface finishes as well as on the wiring device itself. 6.5 For overhead installations beyond the comfortable and safe reach of workers, provide approved ladders. 6.6 Local switches which are shown near doors shall be located at the strike side of the doors as finally hung. 6.7 Receptacles installed with major axis horizontal above the backsplash. 6.8 Mount all wiring devices within outlet boxes to allow cover plate to be in contact with wall on all sides. 6.9 Align devices with major axis of wiring device parallel to adjacent predominate building feature, e.g. door frames or countertops. 6.10 Connect the grounding terminal or each wiring device to the equipment grounding conductor of the circuit, or where no equipment grounding conductor is installed, connect to the metallic outlet box grounding lug with a bonding jumper conductor.

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6.11 Grounding conductors connection to wiring devices shall be made such that removal of the device will not interrupt the ground continuity of the downstream devices. 6.12 Where outlet boxes for wiring devices are not within 4mm of finished wall surface, install extension ring to bring it within the tolerance in order to secure support for the wiring device 6.13 Protect all wiring devices and cover plates from paint and construction debris/material. All devices and cover plates shall be clean, undamaged and unscratched. Delay installation of wiring devices until wiring work and painting or wall paper works are completed. 7. Testing and commissioning Perform inspection and test procedure as prescribed in the specifications. Prior to energizing circuitry, test wiring devices for electrical continuity and correct polarity connections. After energizing circuitry, test wiring devices to demonstrate compliance with requirements. Conduct in-house prescribed tests. If the in-house tests pass or meet the requirements, conduct witnessed test with the present of the Third Party testing and the Owners representative. Record the results in prescribed/approved forms. The completed tests forms shall be signed by the Third Party testing entity and the Owners Representative. Completed test reports forms shall be submitted to the Engineer. 8. As-Built Drawings 8.1 As-built drawings shall be progressively prepared as installation proceeds. D. Equipment & Tools 1. Hydraulic cable cutter 2. Hydraulic crimping tools 3. Megger Insulation Resistance Tower 4. Phase sequence Tester 5. Torque wrench 6. Cable basket 7. Voltmeter 8. Multi-tester 9. Clamp amper-meter 10. Hand-tools E. Materials Materials to be used shall be approved brands. Similarly, fittings and accessories shall be approved brands. Submittals and samples shall be submitted for approval following the technical specifications. F. Personnel Responsibilities and Supervision

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Gigatech Inc. shall provide direct labor or sub-contractors to carry out the actual installation works. GTC shall ensure that sufficient manpower is available for the timely progress and completion of the works. GTC shall provide supervision to its workers and shall prepare coordinated shop drawings for the services installation. GTC shall prepare and follow a schedule in line with the Master Construction Programme. G. Inspection Inspection procedures to ensure compliance in installation shall be carried out by GTC prior to Engineers inspection and approval adjustment/rectifications shall be undertaken as required. H. Health and Safety GTC shall carry out its works in the safest manner possible. Job hazard analyses shall be prepared and approved prior to setting out with specific tasks to be performed. The health of its workers shall be a paramount concern of GTC. I. Conformance Criteria and Standards Industry reference standards indicated in the technical specifications and construction contracts shall be followed and complied with. LIGHTING FIXTURES INSTALLATION WORKS A. Scope of Works This method statement describes the work execution plan for the installation of interior and exterior lighting fixtures. B. Preparatory Works Materials intended for use shall have been submitted and approved. Coordinated shop drawings and shall have been approved for implementation. Necessary work permits shall have been applied for and approved including requisite Job Hazard Analyses. Equipment intended for use shall have been inspected and tagged safe for use. The labour force doing the installation work shall have undergone safety orientation and shall have been familiarized with the procedures related to their work. C. Procedure for Installation 1. Examination 1.1 Examine surfaces where the lighting fixtures and/ or their supports are going to be mounted for compliance with installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of installation. METHODOLOGY Page 15

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1.2 Do not proceed with installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. 1.3 Do not terminate the wires unless the circuit has passed the prescribed test and accepted by the Engineer. 1.4 Do not install lighting unless the supporting system for each unit is completed. 1.5 For mounting on drop ceiling, lighting fixtures shall not be installed until such time the ceiling suspension systems are complete. 2. Delivery and Storage 2.1 Deliver and store lighting fixtures and their associated equipment in undamaged factory packaging. 2.2 Store lighting fixtures with and their associated equipment on elevated platforms in a clean, dry location. Protect from dirt, fumes, water and construction debris and traffic. 2.3 Stack lighting fixtures in undamaged factory packaging per manufacturers recommendation. Do not stack lighting fixtures more than what is allowed. 2.4 Do not stack unpacked lighting fixtures. 3. Meeting 3.1 Coordinate and confirm schedule and sequence and sequence of work with other trades. 3.2 Coordinate and confirm installation procedure. 3.3 Prepare and secure necessary permits (installation permit, hot works permit, etc.) before actual starts of installation work. 4. Marking 4.1 Mark anchor locations in accordance with the specified spacing requirement. 4.2 Check actual condition of anchors. 5. Hangers/Supports 5.1 Hangers and supports installation is to be implemented upon stripping of formworks. 5.2 Install hangers/supports according to specified materials, size, type and spacing. 5.3 Where support members are welded to structural building framing, scrape, brush, clean and apply one coat of zinc rich primer to welding. 5.4 All lighting fixtures shall be supported fro the building structure. 5.5 Support all lighting fixture as recommended by manufacturer. 5.6 Ensure that each lighting fixture weight is equally distributed to the support system in order to maintain a level and stable position. 6. Installation METHODOLOGY Page 16

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6.1 Lighting fixtures shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturers recommendation. Do not remove protective plastic covering over the fixture as delivered. 6.2 Approved gloves shall be worn by workers to all times during installation in order to avoid marks on the finished ceiling or adjacent surface finishes as well as on the fixture itself. 6.3 For overhead installations beyond the comfortable and safe reach of workers, provide approved ladders or erect sufficient and safe scaffolds. Do not place any fixture on the ladder. 6.4 Install flush mounted fixtures in suspension system type acoustical tile or plaster, stucco or sheet rock ceiling with adjustable brackets integral with the fixture. Brackets shall be adjustable from the inside of the fixture. 6.5 Install surface mounted fixtures on suspended ceilings with a light weight channel above the ceiling attached by nylon tie straps to two members of the ceiling suspension system. Two support channels are required for each 1.2m fixture. 6.6 Surface and wall mounted incandescent fixtures shall be mounted on fixture stud in outlet box. 6.7 Approved solder less connectors such as wire nuts shall be used for termination and as prescribed. 6.8 All fixtures with lamp positions, tilt, shutter rotation or other types of adjustment shall be roughly adjusted at the time of installation. The Architect will determine the final aiming and/or adjustments of all adjustable fixtures during the final inspection. Fixtures serving areas where daylight is predominant will be adjusted after sunset. 7. Testing and Commissioning 7.1 Perform inspection and test procedures as prescribed in the specifications. 7.2 Do not remove protective plastic covering over fixture louvers unto the final inspection. All installed fixtures shall be free from dirt or fingerprints prior to acceptance. 7.3 All lamps shall be illuminated and operational at the time of the final inspection. Lamps not providing 100% output shall be replaced. 7.4 Conduct in house prescribed tests. If the inhouse tests pass or meet the requirements, conduct witnessed tests with the presence of the Third Party testing entity and the Owners representative. 7.5 Record the results in prescribed/approved forms. The completed test forms shall be signed by the Third Party testing entity and the Owners representative. 7.6 Completed test report forms shall be submitted to the Engineer. 8. As-Built Drawings 8.1 As-built drawings shall be progressively prepared as installation proceeds. METHODOLOGY Page 17

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D. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. E.

Equipment & Tools Megger Insulation Resistance Tester Lux Meter Voltmeter Multi- Tester Clamp ampere-meter Hand tools Materials

Materials to be used shall be approved brands. Similarly, fittings and accessories shall be of approved brands. Submittals and samples shall be submitted for approved following the technical specifications. F. Personnel Responsibilities and Supervision

Gigatech Inc. shall provide direct labor or sub-contractors to carry out the actual installation works. GTC shall ensure that sufficient manpower is available for the timely progress and completion of the works. GTC shall provide supervision to its workers and shall prepare coordinated shop drawings for the services installation. GTC shall prepare and follow a schedule in line with the Master Construction Programme. G. Inspection

Inspection procedures to ensure compliance in installation shall be carried out by GTC prior to the Engineers inspection and approval. Adjustments/rectifications shall be undertaken as required. H. Health and Safety

GTC shall carry out its works in the safest manner possible. Job hazard analyses shall be prepared and approved prior to setting out with specific tasks to be performed. The health of its workers shall be a paramount concern of GTC. I. Conformance Criteria and Standards

Industry reference standards indicated in the technical specifications and construction contract shall be followed and complied with.

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MAIN POWER DISTRIBUTION WORKS A. Scope of Works

This method statement describes the work execution plan for the installation of main power distribution system with references to Raceways, Electrical Boxes, Electrical Connections and Wires and Cables installation methodologies. The work shall include (applicable to and including Owner-supplied where installation shall be done by GTC): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. B. Main Low Voltage Switchboards Feeders Distribution panels Panel boards Meter Centers Motor Control Centers Preparatory Works

Materials intended for use shall have been submitted and approved. Coordinated shop drawings and shall have been approved for implementation. Necessary work permits shall have been applied for and approved including requisite Job Hazard Analyses. Equipment intended for use shall have been inspected and tagged safe for use. The labor force doing the installation work shall have undergone safely orientation and shall have been familiarized with the procedures related to their work. All legworks and arrangements with the Power Company shall be executed for the permanent electrical service on behalf of the Owner. Application charges shall be to the account of the Owner in the event that they are not included or not available during tender. C. Procedure for Installation

1. Examination 1.1 Examine locations for compliance with installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of installation. 1.2 Review all details and installation particulars pertaining to Ownersupplied equipment. 1.3 Do not proceed with installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. 2. Delivery and Storage 2.1 Deliver distribution equipment in undamaged factory packaging. 2.2 Store equipment on elevated platforms in a clean, dry location. Protect from dirt, fumes, water and construction debris and traffic

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2.3 As much as practicable, the equipment should be delivered and brought up to its actual mounting location. 2.4 Approved hauling machinery shall be utilized. 2.5 Do not stack distribution equipments. 3. Meeting 3.1 Coordinate and confirm schedule and sequence of work with other trades. 3.2 Coordinate and confirm installation procedure. 3.3 Prepare and secure necessary permits (installation permits, hot works permits, etc.) before actual start of installation work. 4. Marking 4.1 Mark anchor locations in accordance with the specified spacing requirement. 4.2 Check actual condition of anchors. 4.3 Mark the prescribed mounting heights of surface mounted equipment. Mounting heights shall be based on the references or benchmarks as predetermined and provided conspicuously by the structural or civil contractor. Actual surface finished shall be obtained from the Architect to predetermine mounting heights. 5. Supports and Fixings 5.1 Ensures that supports or fixing are according to specified material, size, type and spacing. 5.2 Ensures that supports and fixing are complete per manufacturers recommendation. 5.3 Each equipment shall be fixed in place, levelled and square with Architectural lines and finishes. 6. Installation 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 Where the delivery of the equipment to its actual mounting location is not practical, approved system of moving the equipment shall be employed. Where construction elevators cannot accommodate the weight of the equipment and hauling crew, crane shall be used. Provide wood planks sufficient to support the equipment on the space where it will be placed. Manufacturers recommended maximum angle of tilt for certain equipment shall be strictly observed. Do not tilt equipment beyond what is allowed. Approved pipes shall be used as rollers to facilitate horizontal movement of distribution equipment where cranes and hoists are not suitable. The diameters of pipes together with temporary steel plate ramps shall be chosen so as to match the thickness of the pad where they shall be mounted onto. Utmost care and attention shall be observed when moving equipment to its final location so that damage to structures or the equipment itself is avoided. During hauling of equipment, prescribed security procedures shall be implemented to avoid personnel injury. Approved hardware shall be utilized to ensure levelling of equipment as required. METHODOLOGY Page 20

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6.8 Surface-mounted panels shall be secured to the structure by a minimum of four fastening devices. Panel boards 600 amperes and higher shall be secured by a minimum of eight fastening devices. 6.9 Enclosures shall be mounted where indicated on the drawings. Install supports to the structure with specified fastening devices. 6.10 Flushed mounted panels in concrete structures shall be cast-in place where construction is by casting. Approved fixing materials and methods shall be employed per case. As much as practicable, the actual panel should terminated to the raceway system and shall be casted in place to minimize removal and adjustment works. 6.11 Attach enclosure directly to masonry, concrete or wood surfaces except in exterior or moist locations where 40mm stand off steel channel shall be provided. 6.12 Power circuit conduits, cable and bus ways shall terminate in the respective section that the circuit breaker is located. 6.13 Nylon tie straps shall be used to group conductors. Only one conductor shall be terminated at each terminal. Conductors shall be arranged neatly in the wiring space. 6.14 Splicing conductors in equipment enclosure shall not be allowed. 6.15 Conductors not terminating in an enclosure section or unit shall not be extend or pass that section or unit. 6.16 No termination shall be allowed unless respective conductors pass the prescribed test and accepted by the Engineer. 6.17 Protect all wiring distribution equipment from paint and construction debris/materials. All equipments shall be clean, undamaged and unscratched. 7. Testing and Commissioning 7.1 Perform inspection and test procedures as prescribed in the specifications and in accordance with the manufacturer recommendation. 7.2 Prior to energizing circuitry, test equipment foe electrical continuity and correct polarity connections. 7.3 After energizing circuitry, test equipment to demonstrate compliance with requirements. 7.4 Conduct in-house prescribed tests. If the in-house tests pass or meet the requirements, conduct witnessed tests with the presence of the Third Party testing entity and the Owners representative. 7.5 Record the results in prescribed/approved forms. The completed test forms shall be signed by the Third Party testing entity and the Owners representative. 7.6 Completed test report forms shall be submitted to the Engineer. 8. Field Quality Control 8.1 Visual and Management Inspection 8.1.1 8.1.2 Verify that equipment enclosure interiors are clean and free from accumulated dust, films, moist and other foreign material. Inspect and clean all bus and support insulators. METHODOLOGY Page 21

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8.1.3 8.1.4 8.1.5 8.1.6 8.1.7 8.1.8 8.1.9 Inspect all electrical and mechanical components for condition and any evidence of unseated/disconnected circuit breakers. Check circuit breaker connection integrity to bus. Inspect bolted connections. Torque wrench tightens or remake questionable connections. Inspect for missing or loose hardware or accessories. Inspect ground bus connection. Operate key and door interlock devices to ensure proper operation. Protective Relays: remove relay from base. Visually inspect each relay and base from damage and or broken parts. Check contacts clearances. Check electrical connections for proper contact. Make adjustments as necessary.

8.2 Electrical Tests: 8.2.1 8.2.2 8.2.3 8.3 Insulation Resistance Test: test main secondary bus and feeder circuits phase-to-phase and phase to ground with all instrumentation and control wiring disconnected. Energize any space heater circuits to ensure proper operation. Protective Relays: Megger each relay circuit to relay frame. Perform operational tests as prescribed in the specifications.

Instruments and Meter Tests: inspect panel-mounted instruments and meters. Clean and check for calibration accuracy. Make minor adjustments as necessary.

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As-Built Drawings 9.1 As-built drawings shall be progressively prepared as installation proceeds.

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1. Crane 2. Rollers 3. Hydraulic cable cutter 4. Hydraulic crimping tool 5. Megger Insulation Resistance Tester 6. Phase sequence tester 7. Torque wrench 8. Cable basket 9. Voltmeter 10. Multi-Tester 11. Clamp ampere-meter 12. Hand tools E. Materials

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Materials to be used shall be approved brands. Similarly, fittings and accessories shall be of approved brands. Submittals and samples shall be submitted for approval following the technical specifications. F. Personnel Responsibilities and Supervision

Gigatech Inc. shall provide direct labor or sub-contractors to carry out the actual installation works. GTC shall ensure that sufficient manpower is available for the timely progress and completion of the works. GTC shall provide supervision to its workers and shall prepare coordinated shop drawings for the services installation. GTC shall prepare and follow in line with the Master Construction Programme. G. Inspection

Inspection procedures to ensure compliance in installation shall be carried out by GTC prior to the Engineers inspection and approval. Adjustments/rectifications shall be undertaken as required. H. Health and Safety

GTC shall carry out its works in the safest manner possible. Job hazard analyses shall be prepared and approved prior to setting out with specific tasks to be performed. The health of its workers shall be a paramount concern of GTC. I. Conformance Criteria and Standards

Industry reference standards indicated in the technical specifications and construction contract shall be followed and complied with. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS FOR EQUIPMENT A. Scope of works

This method statement describes the work execution plan for the electrical connections for equipment with references to Raceways, Electrical Boxes and Wires and Cables, Lighting Fixtures and wiring Devices installation methodology. The types of connections shall include the following: 1. To switchgear and switchboards 2. To panel boards and distribution boards 3. To motor controllers/motor control centers 4. To emergency generator system 5. To busways/busducts 6. To meter center 7. to elevators 8. To communications and data, controls and signalling systems 9. To MVAC, plumbing and fire protection systems 10. To packaged sets of mechanical equipment such as fans, pumps, compressors, etc. METHODOLOGY Page 23

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11. To lighting fixtures and lighting controls 12. To wiring devices 13. To master units of FDAS, telecommunication systems, BMS, Security Systems and Public Address Systems B. Preparatory Works

Materials intended for use shall have been submitted and approved. Coordinated shop drawings and shall have been approved for implementation. Necessary work permits shall have been applied for and approved including requisite Job Hazard Analyses. Equipment intended for use shall have been inspected and tagged safe for use. The labor force doing the installation work shall have undergone safely orientation and shall have been familiarized with the procedures related to their work. C. Procedure for Installation. 1. Examination Examine all associated electrical connections for compliance with installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of installation. Do not proceed with installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. 2. Meeting Coordinate and confirm schedule and sequence of work with other trades. Coordinate and confirm installation procedure. Prepare and secure necessary permits (installation permit, hot works permit, etc.) before actual start of installation work. 3. Installation Electrical Connections shall be made in accordance with the requirements of the manufacturers written instructions, the Code and Industry practices. Equipment installation work shall be coordinated with the electrical connection work Electrical power connections shall be in accordance with the manufacturers written instructions and wiring diagrams. Sizes of wires and connectors shall be compatibly selected to ensure sound interfacing between the electrical power supply and the equipment. Wires and cables shall be prepared for termination by stripping the covering armor, jacket, insulation and/or shielding properly to ensure a uniform and neat appearance. Wires and cables shall be cut to lengths as practical as possible to allow ease of arrangement as well as facilitate inspection, testing and maintenance. Sufficient slack should be provided to allow future reconnections. Conductor terminations, terminal lugs, terminals as well as conductors, shall be rated for the operating temperature of the circuit. Splices shall be covered with electrical insulations equivalent to or of higher rating than the insulations of the conductors being spliced. Flexible conduits suitable to application shall be provided for motor connections and for other connections that will be subject for movements or vibrations. METHODOLOGY Page 24

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4. Testing and commissioning Perform inspection and test procedures as prescribed in the specifications. Terminations shall be tightened firmly. Tightening of connections to switchgears, switchboards, transformers, panel boards, motor control centers, meter centers, and other power connections shall be done in the presence of the Engineer and prior to energization of t he equipment. 5. As-Built Drawings As built drawings shall be progressively prepared as installation proceeds. D. Equipment and Tools 1. Hydraulic cable cutter 2. Hydraulic crimping tool 3. Megger Insulation Resistance Tester 4. Phase sequence tester 5. Torque wrench 6. Cable basket 7. Voltmeter 8. Multi-tester 9. Clamp ampere-meter 10. Hand tools E. Materials

Materials to be used shall be approved brands. Similarly, fittings and accessories shall be approved brands. Submittals and samples shall be submitted for approval following the technical specifications. F. Personnel Responsibilities and Supervision

Gigatech Inc. shall provide direct labor or sub-contractors to carry out the actual installation works. GTC shall ensure that sufficient manpower is available for the timely progress and completion of the works. GTC shall provide supervision to its workers and shall prepare coordinated shop drawings for the services installation. GTC shall prepare and follow a schedule in line with the Master Construction Programme. G. Inspection

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GTC shall carry out its works in the safest manner possible. Job hazard analyses shall be prepared and approved prior to setting out with specific tasks to be performed. The health of its workers shall be a paramount concern of GTC. I. Conformance Criteria and Standards

Industry reference standards indicated in the technical specifications and construction contracts shall be followed and complied with. GROUNDING SYSTEM INSTALLATION WORKS A. Scope of Works

This method statement describes the work execution plan for the installation of grounding system with reference to raceways, electrical boxes, wires and cables, main distribution and lightning protection system installation methodologies. B. Preparatory Works

Materials intended for use shall have been submitted and approved. Coordinated shop drawings and shall have been approved for implementation. Necessary work permits shall have been applied for and approved including requisite Job Hazard Analyses. Equipment intended for used shall have been inspected and tagged safe for use. The labor force doing the installation work shall have undergone safety orientation and shall have been familiarized with the procedures related to their work. C. Procedure for Installation 1. Examination Examine electrical system components to be connected to the grounding system for compliance with installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of installation. Do not proceed with installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. 2. Meeting Coordinate and confirm schedule and sequence of work with other trades Coordinate and confirm installation procedure Prepares and secure necessary permits (installation permit, hot works permit, etc.) before actual start of installation work. 3. Installation All metallic non-current carrying parts of the electrical system including raceways, electrical boxes, equipment enclosures, machine frames, wire ways and all other conductive system components in close proximity with electrical circuits shall be grounded METHODOLOGY Page 26

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For the utility service entrance, the star point (or neutral) of the secondary winding at each sub station transformer shall be solidly grounded/connected to ground via associated main low voltage switchgear ground bus. For separately derived system (Generator set), the frame and alternator winding star point ( or neutral) shall be connected solidly, separately and directly to ground. There shall be no solid connection between the utility neutral and the neutral of the separately derived system. There shall be no connection between neutral and ground other than as specified in the preceding paragraphs. Install grounding conductors from the main substation ground bus to the ground grid network. Bond the main water line entering the buildings as shown in the drawings. The following systems will be bonded to the grounding installation at the main sub-station ground bus as shown in the drawings: Cold Water piping system Lightning protection system Building steel Communications grounding systems Connections to building steel shall be made to the reinforcing steel of vertical columns by exothermic welding. Exothermic connections shall be of suitable type for each application. Grounding conductors for feeders and branch circuits as shown on the drawings shall be properly and electrically connected to their corresponding terminals such as ground bus and ground terminals. Attach equipment grounding conductor to the equipment to be grounded with bolt or sheet metal screw dedicated as grounding connection only. Each telephone cabinet shall be provided with separate grounding conductor as shown on drawings. The MDF grounding shall be connected to the main grounding bus as indicated. For each building expansion joints, a flexible copper bonding jumper shall be connected to the building steel by suitable from physical abuse. Bonding jumpers shall be installed in concealed locations away from physical abuse. Auxiliary riser closets shall be provided with separate ground riser conductor as shown on the drawings. Lighting fixtures shall be grounded with a green insulated ground wire secured to the fixture with a bond lug, screw or clip intended for the purpose. Approved compression-type lugs and connectors shall be used for termination as prescribed per conductor size.

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Perform inspection and test procedures as prescribed in the specifications. Inspect wiring system junction point locations for proper grounding Verify connections of grounds and connection types, e.g. mechanical, exothermic or hydraulic Verify proper connection to all components of building service entrance grounding system. Note all system components that are interconnected and the type of connection Upon completion of installation of grounding system, tests the resistance-toground of the ground grid network. If the in-house wire/cable tests pass or meet the requirements, conduct witnessed tests with the presence of the Third Party testing entity and the Owners representative. Record the results in prescribed/approved forms. The completed test forms shall be signed by the Third Party testing entity and the Owners representative. Completed test report forms shall be submitted to the Engineer. 5. As-Built Drawings As-built drawings shall be progressively prepared as installation proceeds. D. Equipment and Tools 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Hydraulic cable cutter Hydraulic crimping tool Earth resistance tester Megger Insulation Resistance tester Torque wrench Multi-tester Hand tools

GROUNDING SYSTEM INSTALLATION WORKS A. Scope of works This method statement describes the work execution plan for the installation of grounding system with reference to raceways, electrical boxes, wires and cables, main distribution and lightning protection system installation methodologies. B. Preparatory Works Materials intended for use shall have been submitted and approved. Coordinated shop drawing and shall have been approved for implementation. Necessary work permits shall have been applied for approved including requisite Job Hazard Analyses. Equipment intended for use shall have been inspected and tagged safe for use. The labor force doing the installation work shall have undergone safety orientation and shall have been familiarized with the procedures related to their work. C. Procedure for Installation METHODOLOGY Page 28

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1. Examination 1.1 Examine electrical system components to be connected to the grounding system for compliance with installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of installation. 1.2 Do not proceed with installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. 2. Meeting 2.1 Coordinate and confirm schedule and sequence of work with other trades. 2.2 Coordinate and confirm installation procedure. 2.3 Prepare and secure necessary permits (installation permit, hot works permit, etc.) before actual start of installation works. 2.4 3. Installation 3.1 All metallic non-current carrying parts of the electrical system including raceways, electrical boxes, equipment enclosures, machine frames, wireways and all other conductive system components in close proximity with electrical circuits shall be grounded. 3.2 For the utility service entrance, the star point (or neutral) of the secondary winding at each substation transformer shall be solidly grounded/connected to ground via associated main low voltage switchboard ground bus. 3.3 For separately derived system (Generator set), the frame and alternator windings star point (or neutral shall be connected solidly, separately and directly to ground. 3.4 There shall be no solid connection between the utility neutral and neutral of the separately derived system. There shall be no connection between neutral and ground other than as specified in the preceding paragraphs. 3.5 Install grounding conductors from the main substation ground bus to the ground grid network. 3.6 Bond the main water line entering the building as shown in the drawings. 3.7 The following systems will be bonded to the grounding installation at the main sub-station ground by as shown in the drawings. 3.7.1 Cold water piping system 3.7.2 Lightning protection system 3.7.3 Building steel 3.7.4 Communication grounding system 3.8 Connections to buildings steel shall be made to the reinforcing steel of vertical columns by exothermic welding. Exothermic connections shall be of suitable type for each application. 3.9 Grounding conductors for feeders and branch circuits as shown on the drawings shall be properly and electrically connected to their corresponding terminals such as ground bus and ground terminals.

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3.10 Attach equipment grounding conductor to the equipment to be grounded with bolt or sheet metal screw dedicated as grounding connection only. 3.11 Each telephone cabinet shall be provided with separate grounding conductor as shown on the drawings. The MDF grounding shall be connected to the main grounding bus as indicated. 3.12 For each building expansion joints, a flexible copper bonding jumper shall be connected to the buildings steel by suitable exothermic welding. 3.13 Bonding jumpers shall be installed in concealed locations away from physical abuse. 3.14 Auxiliary riser closets shall be provided with separate ground riser conductor as shown on the drawings. 3.15 Lighting fixtures shall be grounded with a green insulated ground wire secured to the fixture with a bond lug, screw or clip intended for the purpose. 3.16 Approved compression-type lugs and connectors shall be used for termination as prescribed per conductor size. 4. Testing and commissioning 4.1 Perform inspection and test procedures as prescribed in the specifications. 4.2 Inspect wiring system junction point locations for proper grounding 4.3 Verify proper connections of ground and connection types, e.g. mechanical, exothermic, or hydraulic 4.4 Verify proper connection to all components of building service entrance grounding system. 4.5 Note all system components that are interconnected and the type of connection. 4.6 Upon completion of installation of grounding systems, test the resistance-to-ground of the ground grid network. 4.7 If the in-house wire/cable tests pass or meet the requirements, conduct witnessed test with the presence of the Third Party testing entity and the Owners representative. 4.8 Record the results in prescribed/approved forms. The completed test forms shall be signed by the Third Party testing entity and the Owners representative. 4.9 Completed test report forms shall be submitted to the Engineer. 5. As-built drawings As-built drawings shall be progressively prepared as installation proceeds. D. Equipment and Tools 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Hydraulic Cable Cutter Hydraulic crimping tool Earth Resistance Tester Megger Insulation Resistance Tester Torque Wrench Multi-tester METHODOLOGY Page 30

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7. Hand tools LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM INSTALLATION WORKS A. Scope of Works This method statement describes the work execution plan for the installation of grounding system with references to raceways, wires and cable, main distribution and grounding system installation methodologies. B. Preparatory Works Materials intended for use shall have been submitted and approved. Coordinated shop drawings and shall have been approved for implementation. Necessary work permits shall have been applied for and approved including requisite Job Hazard Analyses. Equipment intended for use shall have been inspected and tagged safe for use. The labor force doing the installation work shall have undergone safety orientation and shall have been familiarized with the procedures related to their work. C. Procedure for Installation 1. Examination 1.1 1.2 Examine electrical system components to be protected by the system for compliance with installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of installation. Do not proceed with installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.

2. Meeting 2.1 2.2 2.3 Coordinate and confirm schedule and sequence of work with other trades. Coordinate and confirm installation procedure. Prepare and secure necessary permits (installation permits, hot works permits, etc.) before actual start of installation work.

3. Installation 3.1 Install lightning protection system as indicated in the drawings in accordance with equipment manufacturers written instructions and in compliance with applicable requirements of the Code and Standards. Coordinate with other work including electrical wiring and roofing work as necessary to interface installation of lightning protection system. Conduits intended for the down conductor from air terminals shall be installed maintaining a downward course and minimizing bends of the downward conductor as recommended by manufacturer. METHODOLOGY Page 31

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3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 Approved bimetallic connectors/connections suitable for the purpose shall be used with dissimilar metals connection. Bonding of metal objects and systems at roof level and elsewhere on the structure shall be complete as required and specified. Connect each down conductor independently to a ground to a ground rod and the grounding resistance loop. Provide equipment grounding and bonding connections sufficiently tight to assure permanent and affective grounds and bonds for specified connections.

4. Testing and Commissioning 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 Perform inspection and test procedures as prescribed in the specifications. Inspect wiring system junction point locations for proper grounding. Verify connections of grounds and connection types, e.g. mechanical, exothermic or hydraulic. Verify proper connection to all components of building service entrance grounding system. Note all system components that are interconnected and the type of connection. Upon completion of installation of grounding system, test the resistance-to-ground of the ground grid network. If the in-house wire/cable tests pass or meet the requirements, conduct witnessed tests with the presence of the Third Party testing entity and the Owners representative. Record the result in prescribed/approved forms. The completed test forms shall be signed by the Third Party testing entity and the Owners representative. Completed test report forms shall be submitted to the Engineer.

5. As-Built Drawing 5.1 As-built drawings shall be progressively prepared as installation proceeds.

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Equipment & Tools 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Hydraulic cable cutter Hydraulic crimping tool Earth Resistance Tester Megger Insulation Resistance Tester Torque wrench Multi-Tester Hand tools

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Materials to be used shall be approved brands. Similarly, fittings and accessories shall be of approved brands. Submittals and sample shall be submitted for approval following the technical specifications. F. Personnel Responsibilities and Supervision Gigatech Inc. shall provide direct labor or sub-contractors to carry out the actual installation works. GTC shall ensure that sufficient manpower is available for the timely progress and completion of the works. GTC shall provide supervision to its worker and shall prepare coordinated shop drawings for the services installation. GTC shall prepare and follow a schedule in line with the Master Construction Programme. G. Inspection Inspection procedures to ensure compliance in installation shall be carried out by GTC prior to the Engineers inspection and approval. Adjustments/rectifications shall be undertaken as required. H. Health and Safety GTC shall carry out its works in the safest manner possible. Job hazard analyses shall be prepared and approved prior to setting out with specific tasks to be performed. The health of its workers shall be a paramount concern of GTC. I. Conformance Criteria and Standards Industry reference standards indicated in the technical specifications and construction contract shall be followed and complied with.

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