703.36 CONFLICT WITH DRAINAGE PIPES AND OTHER SERVICES
1. Before commencing any work, the Contractor shall make all enquiries and inspections as may be necessary to become fully conversant with the type and location of surface and underground utility services at the site of works. The Contractor shall ensure that care is taken during the progress of the work to avoid any possibility of damage to any public utility.
Underground Utility Services
2. Any trenching near services shall be carried out manually. Damage caused by the activities of the Contractor shall be made good by the Contractor. If made good by others, the cost of repair shall be recoverable from the Contractor.
Work by Others
All drawings supplied showing existing Main Roads services, equipment and structures (including existing conduits) are provided for information purposes only and may not be accurate in every detail. The Contractor shall verify the exact location of services and structures that are to be utilised, modified, or in any way affected by the proposed installations. Utilisation of any existing services or structures for installation purposes shall be subject to verification and approval by the Main Roads Project Manager.
703.37 Trenching and Backfill
1. All the excavations necessary for the installation of cable pits and conduits shall be backfilled and any surface disturbance that may have been necessary during the course of installation made good.
All Excavations Backfilled
2. The backfill shall be compacted to match the surrounding soil density and graded to match surrounding surface level. The top 100mm layer above the top of the conduits shall be clean sand.
Backfill to Match Surrounding Surface
3. The Contractor shall gain verbal approval from the Main Roads Project Manager prior to initiating any backfilling, as the Project Manager may elect to inspect trenches or excavations, including the pits and conduits, prior to authorisation.
MRWA PM Authorisation prior to Backfilling
703.38 REINSTATEMENT AND CLEAN-UP
1. Disturbed pavement surfaces for non-motorised traffic such as concrete or brick paved areas and pathways shall be reinstated to original condition to the satisfaction of the Main Roads Project Manager.
Reinstate Pavement Surfaces
2. Any surplus or waste materials such as unused conduits, off-cuts, packaging, etc. shall be removed from the site by the Contractor who shall also be responsible for all cartage and tipping charges.
Contractor Responsible for Cartage
703.39 ROAD CROSSINGS
1. Where a crossing is under the road pavement, the crossing shall be installed by directional drilling. Under no circumstances shall the pavement or surfacing be cut to install the crossing.
703.40 – 703.44 NOT USED
The Contractor shall lodge all notices required by the power supply authority and any other authority having jurisdiction over the installation and pay any fees required.
Notices and Fees
703.45.02 PUBLIC SAFETY
The Contractor shall progress the works such that the length of open trench is kept to a minimum. No open trenches shall be left unattended or accessible by the public.
Open Trenches Kept to Minimum
2. Where necessary, control of traffic including pedestrians and cyclists shall be undertaken by the Contractor in accordance with Specification 202 TRAFFIC.
Clearing shall be undertaken in accordance with Specification 301.
703.45.04 anti-graffiti coatings
Anti-graffiti coating shall be applied in accordance with the MRWA Specification for Anti-graffiti Coatings.
703.45.05 provision for traffic
1. Any work which may disrupt vehicular traffic shall not be carried out during morning and evening peak periods between the hours of 7:30 am – 9:30 am and 3:45 pm – 6:00 pm Monday to Friday and on Saturday from 8:00 am – 1:00 pm.
Work Hours Disrupting Traffic
2. The Contractor shall notify the Project Manager in writing of any scheduled works which require lane closures or is likely to cause significant disruptions to traffic, at least seven (7) working days prior to commencement.
3. Where lane closures are required to perform the work, the Contractor shall submit a detailed traffic management plan to the Project Manager at least seven (7) working days prior to the commencement of work. The plan shall include:
Traffic Management Plan
Proposed working hours.
Traffic volume data.
Sequence of work.
Type and placement of signs and other traffic control devices.
Plan of work area including all approach roads.
Details of work vehicles and other large plant.
Camera installations shall be installed in accordance with this specification in locations indicated by the project specific documentation.
The Contractor shall undertake testing at each camera site using temporary facilities to test the operation, suitability of image and range of the camera in the nominated position (including at the proposed height) to accurately determine the final camera type, position, mounting equipment and final pole installation height details. The Main Roads Project Manager will verify these details prior to the ordering of equipment.
Finalisation of Exact Location
Camera locations must consider occlusion from vegetation and other objects such as signs and existing structures in order to minimise visual obstructions in the CCTV imagery.
Minimise visual obstructions
All CCTV camera poles and associated roadside equipment shall be easily and safely accessible for maintenance purposes.
Safely accessible equipment
703.46 camera and pole installation
703.46.01 Camera installation
1. Each camera and associated housing shall be securely mounted on the column via the PTZ platform in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.
The camera shall be mounted at a height nominated in the specific design documentation for the project within 10mm. (This will incorporate the final decision(s) based on the onsite tests required by this specification).
Camera Mounted at Specified Height
The camera shall be wired to operate the heater (where fitted), screen wash and wipe facility, pan, tilt, zoom remotely from the monitoring location.
All Supporting Functions Operational
4. The field of view of each camera shall be in accordance with what is agreed to by the Main Roads Project Manager through the preliminary testing process as outlined in Section 703.04.
Camera Field of View
5. If installing in a cyclone prone area, cyclone installation requirements shall be adhered to.
CAMERA Pole INSTALLATION
The following camera poles are approved for installation and mounting of cameras, provided they meet the requirements of this specification:
Tapered Tilting Galvanised steel pole (height and performance details as specified).
Rigid dual use TCS/Camera pole (as specified – Drawing 200431-0143)
Approved Camera Poles
Each camera pole shall be fully hot dip galvanised in accordance with Australian Standard 4680/1999 following completion of the fabrication.
Hot Dip Galvanised Poles
TCS / Camera Poles shall be base plate mounted.
Base Plate Mounting
4. The preparation details for installing the steel reinforced slab type CCTV pole base shall include:
placement of crushed limestone in layers not exceeding 300 mm; and
Compaction of each layer to produce a total thickness of 600 mm. Compaction of each layer to produce a total thickness of 600 mm.
The compaction shall be tested with a standard Perth falling weight penetrometer in accordance with AS 1289, F3.3 -1984. The minimum acceptable blow count is 8 blows per 300 mm for the whole of the 600 mm depth below the footing.
A 50 mm thick blinding (concrete) layer shall be placed to prepare for the slab base. The slab base design shall take into account the actual pole and camera system dimensions and weight.
Assembly and installation of the columns shall be in accordance with the Manufacturer's Instructions. Apart from the foundation bolts, all fixings and bolts shall be stainless steel grade M0316.
Slab Type CCTV Pole Footing
5. Prior to the installation of the pole footing the excavated hole shall be presented to the Construction Manager for approval to proceed.
6. All concrete shall be minimum Class N32 in accordance with Specification 901 CONCRETE - GENERAL WORKS, dependant on site requirements.
7. Should the water table be such that the concrete cannot be placed in a dry hole, it shall be placed by tremie. Water shall not be allowed to flow through the space in which the concrete is to be cast. Should the walls of the hole be likely to collapse before pouring the concrete, a simple sheet metal, Spirolock or plastic sleeve shall be inserted to prevent the collapse. The tremie shall consist of a sheet metal hopper with a metal pipe leading out of the bottom that has a simple outlet valve at its lower end. It shall be water tight with a minimum diameter of 100mm. The tremie shall be kept filled with concrete at all times during placing. Should the concrete charge be lost, the tremie shall be withdrawn and refilled. The tremie shall be operated in such a manner as to discharge below the surface of the fresh concrete and to maintain as nearly as practicable uniform flow. Concrete shall not be dropped through water. No agitation or vibration of the concrete shall be permitted during placing. Compaction shall take place after concrete pouring has been completed and the water displaced.
8. Prior to the drilling of any bridge or other structural element all locations, sizes and depths of the penetrations and of any reinforcement likely to be affected by the drilling operations shall be accurately identified for approval by the Engineering Manager to proceed.
9. Provision shall be made in the footing of all camera poles for three (3) cable entry points via large sweep conduit bends of radius no less than 320 mm:
two 50mm conduits (orange)
one 32mm conduit (orange)
Footing Conduit Entry
10. A pit shall be installed as close as practical to the camera pole. This shall allow the installation of the water container for the screen wash facility (where used). The conduits leading to the camera pole shall terminate at this pit. The pit details shall be confirmed with the Project Manager to ensure site specific details are taken into account.
Provision of Pit Adjacent to Pole
11. The orientation of the sweep bends shall be compatible with the cable runs proposed to link into the CCTV communications cabinet.
Cable Entry Bends Orientation
12. If a TCS / Camera pole is to be installed and will replace an existing traffic signal pole, the footing shall be installed prior to the removal of an existing traffic signal pole and positioned as close as possible to the existing traffic signal pole or at a location nominated by the Main Roads Project Manager. Where the existing traffic signal reticulated ring main cables are not terminated in ground termination pits, provision shall be made to install a traffic signal termination pit, in accordance with Main Roads specifications, at a location as close as possible to the new TCS/Camera pole footing or at a location nominated by the Main Roads Project Manager.
Order of Works
13. All pole footings shall be designed by a qualified structural engineer (eligible for corporate membership with the Institution of Engineers), using the relevant Australian Standard, and taking into account wind, soil, and clearance conditions at the nominated site. This shall include cyclone specific requirements.
Pole Footings Designed by Qualified Personnel
703.46.03 CAMERA Pole Assembly
For the dual use camera pole assembly all work involving wiring and connection of the traffic signals shall be carried out in conjunction with the current MRWA TCIC (or ISA) Contractor. For an existing TCS site the dual use pole installation will normally require the disconnection of the signal pole being replaced. Removal of signal hardware and the re-wiring of the dual use pole will be required. The signal aspects (and any other signals hardware) shall be re-connected to the new terminal box that shall be supplied and installed as part of the requirements for the camera installation.
TCS /Camera Pole Installation
Poles (tilting type) shall be installed to articulate in a direction that will not cause disturbance or danger to traffic, pedestrians and workers.
Tilting Pole Articulation
3. Poles shall be erected in accordance with the manufacturer’s published procedures. Care must be taken when handling the poles so that the galvanising is not damaged. Metal slings, if used, shall have adequate protection so that metal to metal contact does not occur. Poles must be erected in a safe way approved by the construction manager.
Pole Erection Procedure
4. Each pole shall be bolted truly vertical on its footing.
1. The Contractor shall ensure that full information is obtained regarding any underground services in the vicinity of any excavation for footings or underground conduits, and that care is taken during the progress of the work to avoid any possibility of damage to any public utility.
Underground Services Information
2. Any trenching near services shall be carried out manually.
Manual Trenching Near Services
3. The exact location of all services that are in the vicinity of any excavation shall be accurately determined with the assistance of the relevant authority.
1. Each ‘Top-Hat’ or stand alone CCTV cabinet shall be installed at the location depicted in the specific project documentation, or location approved by the Main Roads Project Manager. Work on the traffic signals controller shall only be carried out with in conjunction with the current MRWA TCIC (or ISA) contractor.
Cabinet or ‘Top-Hat’ Installation
2. The video data processing, data compression and interface equipment, camera power supply and other control equipment shall be housed in the cabinet or ‘Top-Hat’ Signals controller cabinet extension.
Equipment Housed in Cabinet or ‘Top-Hat’ Extension
All CCTV cabinets shall be installed in accordance with MRWA Drawing numbers 0648-3015 or 0648-3016.
All top-hat installations shall be installed in accordance with MRWA drawing numbers 0948-0202 /0948-0203 (depending on controller type).
Top-Hat Drawing Number
1. The Contractor shall request the Main Roads Project Manager to liaise with the Main Roads Systems Development Manager in order to coordinate the most suitable communications method for each particular CCTV installation.
Determination of Communications Method
2. Where a Telstra connection is to be used, a conduit shall be installed between the Telstra pit and the communications cabinet to meet Telstra requirements.
703.48 mains connection
703.48.01 Connection of electrical mains supply
1. Where a source of supply is available from a nearby MRWA lighting switchboard or traffic signal controller, a connection shall be made to the CCTV communications cabinet.
2. Where the supply is not available, arrangements shall be made with Western Power to provide a consumer main supply meeting Western Power’s requirements. In such cases a meter box to Western Power’s requirements shall be provided if no exemption to this is authorised by them due to the low power requirement.
703.48.02 mains supply meter box
1. Where a meter box is required, it shall be installed in the location required in the project specific design documentation.
Meter Box Location
2. Two keys for the meter box shall be supplied and given to the MRWA Project Manager at the completion of the work.
Meter Box Keys
3. All power from this connection point shall be reticulated underground. No power or other conduits shall be mounted externally on any pole or structure (including aerial pole).
Only Underground Power
4. All electrical equipment shall be internally protected from damage from electrical transients in power or signal wiring, from radio frequency interference or static electrical discharge (including lighting strikes in the vicinity) as outlined in Section 703.29
703.49 Electrical Installation
703.49.01 Conduits AND PITS
1. All conduits and pits installed for any CCTV traffic monitoring camera sites shall be supplied and installed in accordance with Specification 704 – Cable Conduits for Intelligent Transport Systems.
MRWA Specification 704
2. Unless otherwise specified, conduit shall be installed between the communications cabinet base and the camera mounting Pole footing incorporating the following:
1 x 50mm diameter, orange, heavy duty PVC conduit for power cables
Conduit Between Communications Cabinet and Camera
3. Conduits shall have a bend radius of 320 mm or greater.
4. The conduits shall be installed such that water which may enter the conduits always drains into the cable pits.
5. All cables in the pit, whether joined or not, shall be taken over the conduit wedged into and across the top of the pit and securely fixed with a nylon cable tie to the conduit as detailed in Main Roads Standard Drawing No. 200231-0063.
6. All cables shall be clearly identified with permanent water resistant cable markers showing each outgoing cable in the node/field cabinets.
Indelible Cable Markers
703.50 INTEGRATION WITH TOC DVTEL CAMERA SYSTEM
1. The cameras installed under this Specification shall be fully integrated with the current TOC DVTEL CCTV camera control system. The installed cameras shall be able to be controlled via the TOC system, including full control of the pan, tilt zoom, screen wash and wipe functions and shall provide a clear image from the camera.
703.51 INSTALLATION OF SAFETY BARRIERS
1. Guard railing shall be erected to conform to AS/NZS 3845:1999 - Road Safety Barrier Systems. However this requirement might vary as per the location and the availability of the space around the pole.
703.51.02 VERTICALITY OF POSTS
1. All posts shall be vertical. The Contractor’s attention is drawn to the need to detail individually angled brackets and joints to ensure that this requirement is met.
703.51.03 CURVING OF RAILS
1. Where rails are shown to be curved, they shall be curved to form that shape without “springing” forces being applied to the posts. The methods adopted or curving the rails shall be such as not to excessively distort the section or damage the material.
703.51.04 PAINTING OF KERBSIDE FACE
1. On completion of assembly the kerbside face of all RHS guardrails shall receive one (1) coat of an each primer complying with Government Paint Committee Specification number GPC-P-13-1. This shall be followed by two coats of white acrylic paint complying with Specification number GPC-C-29/1A. The colour shall be as detailed in the design of the installation
703.51.05 EXISTING GUARDRAILS
1. Where extension of existing guardrail is required or where a guardrail is in close proximity to an existing guardrail, the Contractor shall ensure that the design of the guardrail is compatible to the design of the existing guardrail as well as complying fully with the specifications and drawings. The Contractor shall take care to ensure that the railings are erected to smooth curves which reflect the design profiles of the existing guardrail. In particular, the Contractor shall ensure that a smooth profile is maintained in the top rail after the site connections have been completed.
703.52 – 703.54 NOT USED
Acceptance and test criteria
703.55 Acceptance testing
1. The Contractor shall supply all labour, materials and equipment required to fully test and commission the installation. Commissioning/Acceptance Testing shall be carried out in the presence of a representative of the MRWA.
2. Installation and/or equipment will be accepted only after satisfactory completion of commissioning tests. If a test is unsuccessful the equipment shall be repaired and re-erected as appropriate and subject to retest until successful.
3. The cost of any retesting if necessary shall be borne by the Contractor.
1. The Contractor shall undertake Testing and Commissioning in the following sequence:
Submit draft Inspection and Test Plan (ITP)
Update ITP based on MRWA requirements
Undertake Inspection and Testing
Submit completed ITP for review, complete any additional items as required
Undertake Commissioning/Acceptance Testing with MRWA
1. Receipt of the following by MRWA shall constitute advice by the Contractor that the installation is complete and ready for Acceptance Testing:
2. MRWA will review the completed ITP and supporting details and will advise the Contractor if any further work or submission is required prior to Acceptance Testing.
1. Prior to Acceptance Testing, the Contractor shall make all necessary access arrangements and confirm with MRWA of the need for and nature of any necessary site inductions.
2. During Acceptance Testing the Contractor shall attend site and make available for the use of MRWA, tools, plant, equipment, operators and escorts as necessary to enable access to all system components
System Component Access
3. Acceptance testing with MRWA may include repeat of any or all elements of the ITP plus a detailed verification of the correct operation of each device and function.
703.55.05 Acceptance testing delays
1. Once the Acceptance Testing commences, MRWA reserves the right to delay or abort Acceptance Testing if:
The status of the work does not match the status verified by the Contractor on the ITP;
The status of the work does not allow full and complete operation of the system;
A component failure renders any part of the system inoperable;
The site owner/operator denies access to any part of the works;
The works are not accessible due to inadequate or incorrect access provision being made by the Contractor;
The Acceptance Testing work cannot proceed with reasonable certainty that the installation is in it’s final state due to outstanding/ongoing work by the Contractor.
2. If the cause of the delay or cancellation is within the responsibility of the Contractor as assigned under the Contract, any associated costs will be borne by the Contractor.
703.56 INSPECTION and Test Plan
1. In addition to the Contractor’s own Quality Assurance requirements the Contractor shall provide a complete ITP. The ITP shall include test schedules designed to incorporate the following information:
Provision of ITP
Name of Test and its status - original test or repeat (due to a previous test failure), date, time and location of the test
Record of all values measured during installation/commissioning;
List of test equipment used and statement of software and software version number used
A description of how the test is to be conducted (connection to test equipment, configuration of test equipment, test process)
Reference back to this specification to confirm compliance with each individual requirement clause
703.56.02 Draft Submission
1. Four weeks prior to the proposed date for commencement of Inspection and Testing, the Contractor shall submit a draft ITP for assessment by MRWA. Update the ITP based on the requirements of MRWA and conduct Inspection and Testing in accordance with the Plan.
703.56.03 Undertaking the ITP
1. Inspect, test and tick/cross off each item on the ITP. Each page of the ITP shall be signed and dated by the person conducting the site inspection and testing.
2. Where a specific item on the ITP cannot be checked off by the inspection personnel, place a cross against the incomplete item, note the reason for the omission and identify the required rectification action:
All crossed items shall be completed before Acceptance Testing with MRWA
On completion, the overall ITP shall be signed and dated by the Contractor
Forward a scanned electronic copy of the completed signed ITP to MRWA
On receipt of the ITP and supporting details, MRWA will confirm dates for Acceptance Testing
703.57 - 703.64 Not Used
1. The Contractor shall provide the following staged documentation during the progress of the project.
703.65 CCTV Design Documents
1. The CCTV design documents shall include as a minimum the following documented information:
CCTV Block Diagrams
CCTV Functional Description
CCTV Wiring Diagrams
CCTV Equipment Specifications
703.66 Equipment Specifications
1. The Equipment Specifications shall include the hardware and software data sheet specifications to show the equipment offered for the CCTV System complies with the levels of functionality, performance and suitability required in this specification. Not less than the following equipment specifications shall be provided:
Structural Specifications of Camera and Camera Head Mounting Components
Camera Enclosure Component Environmental Specifications
CCTV Camera Data Sheets and Functional Descriptions
CCTV Camera Lenses Data Sheets
Video/Data Encoder Data Sheets
703.67 CCTV Inspection and test plan
1. The Contractor shall provide an inspection and test plan in accordance with Acceptance and Test Criteria (sections 703.55 – 703.56) of this specification.
Inspection and Test Plan
703.68 INFRASTRUCTURE INFORMATION
1. Inventory records shall be adjusted to reflect the installation of the monitoring camera and all associated items.
The Contractor shall provide all drawings, documentation, and training enabling the long-term maintenance and management of all newly installed camera systems. All drawings shall comply with the standard Main Roads format “MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA - AUTOCAD DRAWING STANDARDS”.
The Contractor shall provide documentation in the form of drawings, plans and diagrams showing camera system site installations, all components, interconnections and the location of all services. This information, provided in two sets of manuals, should include:
Finalised design phase documentation.
Specifications, technical manuals, software manuals and operator manuals for all CCTV Equipment.
Drawings and datasheets for all equipment, including requirements for maintenance fault finding and repair.
A complete inventory of all major components installed at each camera site, including camera(s), lens(s), video data and control data transmission equipment, camera pole(s), mounting platforms, equipment housings etc.
The modification of existing as-constructed maintenance drawings (in CAD format) to show all changes implemented as part of any new contract, including both physical layout (pits, cabinets, conduits, cables and other equipment) and schematics (electrical and optic fibre). This applies to existing optic fibre backbone drawings, camera site drawings and drawings related to the TOC site.
CCTV Communication Network drawings related to the new installation
Cable schedules for the CCTV system.
GPS Co-ordinates for each camera location.
Final test and commissioning specifications with results and dispositions of non-conformances.
The Contractor shall provide a set of as-constructed drawings in line with Main Roads asset drawing guidelines (MRWA ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSET DRAWING GUIDELINES – sections 1 and 5) consisting of, but not limited to, the following:
1. A CCTV General Arrangement drawing in 1:250 scale showing:
The physical layout of the installation including all equipment installed both above and below ground i.e. Camera poles, footings, crash barriers communications cabinets etc.
The location and route of each conduit run for power, communications and camera connections.
All electrical and communications cable sizes, cable runs and points of attachment.
General background, including the kerb line of roads and islands (this can be imported from drawings supplied by the Principal).
An asset number in the format of CAM#####, where #### is an asset number advised by the Principal.
2. Communications cabinet layout drawing showing:
Electrical equipment layout incoming electrical cables, switchboard, power supply and surge protection
Communications equipment layout including transceiver equipment (ISDN/ Optical), termination points, outgoing and incoming communications cables
3. Electrical wiring diagrams of the complete installation including interconnections and interfaces between all equipment.
4. Upgraded electrical layout drawings, where a camera is installed at a traffic signals site. The electrical cable charts (laminated) shall also be updated and re-issued to reflect all changes made.
5. Where applicable, provision of optical fibre test results and updated “as constructed” information in accordance with main roads “Speciation for the Design, Supply and Installation of Optical Fibre Communications Networks”
6. The Contractor shall make an accurate record of all changes where the actual installation differs from that shown in the contract drawings and specification. This record shall be forwarded to the MRWA Project Manager.
7. Each submitted drawing shall be supplied in four (4) A2 and two (2) A3 paper copies, plus an electronic copy in AutoCAD R14 format.
703.76 – 703.84 NOT USED
CONTRACT SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
703.85 – 703.90 NOT USED
ANNEXURE 703A MAIN ROADS STANDARD DRAWINGS
The following Main Roads standard sign drawings are available on the Main Roads web site.
TCS Camera Pole
Ragbolt Assembly for TCS Camera Pole
MRWA Web Page
Eclipse/PSC Controller Cabinet Extension
MRWA Web Page (TCIC)
Aldridge Controller Cabinet Extension
MRWA Web Page
CCTV /VDS Cabinet
MRWA Web Page
Wind Speed Region and Terrain Category Chart
Camera Mounting Brackets (Dome Camera)
CONTRACT SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS TO ADD OR DELETE
The following clauses are to be placed under the CONTRACT SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS as required.
NONE AT THIS TIME.
SPECIFICATION 703 GUIDANCE NOTES
delete these guidance notes from final document after using for reference
All edits to downloaded TDP documents shall be tracked (most word processing software allows this to be done automatically). Deletions shall be struck through e.g. example. Insertions shall be in italics e.g. example.If all information relating to a clause is deleted then the clause number should be retained and the words “NOT USED” should be inserted. The proposed documents with tracked changes shall be submitted to the Project Manager for review, prior to printing the final batch of documents. When this final printing is carried out, the tracked changes option is to be turned off. The Custodian of this specification is the Asset Manager Traffic Systems.
1.1This Specification primarily covers the requirements for new Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Cameras for Traffic Monitoring on the freeways, arterial and local roads, both in metropolitan and country areas from the Main Roads Traffic Operations Centre (TOC). It also provides the requirements for ‘web’ cameras providing traffic images directly to the public via the Internet.
1.2Where modifications to existing CCTV Cameras are proposed, then the scope (Clause 703.01) will need careful editing to clearly outline the extent of the Works. The relevant clauses in the document would also need to be updated to ensure the information provided accurately outlines the extent of the works required.
CROSS REFERENCING TO OTHER CONTRACTS
1.3The final CCTV Camera specification shall include cross-referencing to other relevant specifications, as likely to be required, such as:
Specification 100 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
Specification 301 CLEARING
Specification 302 EARTHWORKS
Specification 704 CABLES, CONDUITS & PITS FOR INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
Specification 712 SIGNALS
Specification 901 CONCRETE WORKS
Specification 908 ANTI-GRAFFITI