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HOUPER Group offers innovative solution and plan in various fields without any dependence to specific brands. Our excellent background in industrial operations and dominance over all needs are aimed to integrate and develop system synergy. HOPR activities in Middle East’s biggest projects and its cooperation with international general contractor companies and positive results obtained throughout all, put a seal of approval on our achievements in testing all HOUPER’s capabilities. 

Engineering Services
This document is intended to outline the services of Pardisan Control Development Company (HOUPER) in designing the required systems (electrical, mechanical, and ELV) of the project. The main goal is to produce documents for all electrical systems (medium and low voltage) and the mechanical systems of our team.

1 Electrical System

1-1 Normal Lighting 

Designing a lighting system that is consistent with world standards and more space-efficient feature is important. This design will change with regard to the use of laboratory complexes and in order to improve the efficiency of the integrated laboratory, the latest global standards will be utilized.


1-2 Electrical Outlet

Power supply oulets are divided into two parts of normal and emergency power supply. Considering the use of each space and the importance of its equipment, the electrification of equipment is studied and designed.

1-3 Emergency Lighting

Emergency lighting system is designed with consideration of the various spaces of the complex, the identification of exit routes, and the use of spaces in terms of work of high importance. A battery or generator can power this system.

1-4 Transfer and Distribution of Power

Depending on the amount of power needed in different parts of the complex as well as the required voltage for the equipment, the transmission and distribution design is performed with regard to the bus duct or the cable for the power distribution routes.

1-5 Cabling Route

Determining the best cable routes for better communications, supplying power with the least voltage drop, and accuracy of data transmission are very important. Therefore, using the industry's most powerful software, our team identifies the best route and size for the cable.

1-6 Cable Tray

The cable tray is the main infrastructure for the power supply and the connection between the various systems of the complex. Taking into account different spaces, and the route for the cables of extra low voltage systems, the dimensions of the cable tray, as well as its type, are designed.

1-7 Medium Voltage Electrical Substation

Considering all the uses of different spaces as well as the used equipment in that space, with its knowledge in designing and optimizing power consumption, providing uninterrupted power supply with the least outage, the company designs the low-voltage substations.

1-8 High Voltage Electrical Substation

High-voltage electrical substations are designed for specific equipment based on the amount of consumption required for the complex and the optimization of energy.

1-9 Converter Transformer

The amount of consumption and the need for converter transformer must be calculated considering the presence of low and medium pressure substations and the supply of power for special equipment.

1-10 Power Panel

Upon the completion of the design of all lights, outlet, earth system, surge arrester, and other power consuming equipment, the power panel is designed for the building complex.

1-11 Electrification of Mechanical Equipment

Accurate and specific calculations are required for the optimal performance of mechanical equipment because of their importance in laboratory space. With its expertise in various building complexes, our team can design a power supply system to the equipment with the highest standards and quality.

1-12 Capacitor Bank

The production of reactive loads is inevitable, especially with the presence of instrumentation equipment in various complexes. To this end, taking into account the reactive power required in a building complex, capacitor banks are designed and implemented to improve the quality of electricity and reduce the power consumption.

1-13 Uninterruptible Power Supply

Some of the critical systems in the lab and in the offices should use some other power supply and continue working while the power is out. Power sources that are responsible for supplying electricity during a power outage are called "Uninterruptible power supply". Depending on the system load, uninterruptible power supplies have different characteristics. It uses a battery to generate electrical energy. This system can power equipment for a limited period (depending on the system power consumption).

1-14 Emergency Generator

Emergency generators are being used because of the ever-increasing demand for electricity and its vital role in industrial and laboratory uses. These generators enter the distribution network of a building complex immediately after power outage and provide the required electricity for the building. Generators can be used to provide electrical energy for elevators and displacement systems, fire extinguishing pumps, public safety communication systems, and the systems in which the power outages endanger the lives of people and damage equipment.

1-15 Earth System

In a building complex such as a specialized laboratory in which the sensitive equipment are interrupted by the smallest electrical fluctuations, some measures should be taken to prevent such disruptions as much as possible. One of the most important systems to prevent such fluctuations is the earth system. This system protects the building power system by creating an outlet path for unplanned currents.

1-16 Surge Arrester System

Another system needed to protect the building is the surge arrester system. The surge arrester system is designed to protect the power system of the building as well as to protect the lives of the residents. This system is designed considering the height of the building and the most lightning-struck places.

1-17 Distribution Boards

Medium and high voltage distribution boards are designed in order to distribute electricity and provide the appropriate equipment and obtain the optimal output, as well as to comply with all the required standards.


1-18 Short Circuit Calculations

Conducting short circuit calculation as one of the most important factors for designing a power system is aimed to examine the designed system and to comply with the required rules. With available systems and transmission lines, these calculations are done using software.


1-19 Design Parameters

1. Riser Diagrams
2- Power Panels
3. Cabling and electrification
4. Low Voltage
5. Outlets for General and Special Uses
6. Lighting
7. Power Panels
8. Protection of individuals
9. Proper operation of electrical installations
10. The design information is as follows:
- Characteristics of the power source
- Type of electricity demand (number and type of circuit for lighting, heating, power, command, signal transmission and communication)
- Emergency resource
- Environmental conditions
- Cross-section of conductors
- Types of wiring and installation methods
- Protective equipment
- Emergency command
- Preventing mutual effects
- Availability of electrical equipment
- Short circuit calculations
- Line load calculations
11. Provision of the initial design reference to the employer to evaluate the employer’s and the end-user’s feedback
12. Preparing the list of electric systems is carried out according to the results of clause 11.
13. Finding the layout of the equipment on the AutoCAD design and addressing the cables according to the infrastructure of the project
14. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction.
15. Servers and processing information required for system monitoring
16. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
17- Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in sepatate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
18. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements for proper implementation
19. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
20. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
21- Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of electrical systems
22. Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer


1-20 Standards

Some of the standards used to design an electric system are as follows:

1. NEC: National Electrical Code
2. IEEE: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineer
3. IEC: International Electro technical Commission
4. VDE: Verband der Elektrotechnik
5. ISIRI: Institute of Standards and Industrial Research of Iran
6. CSA: Canadian standard association
7. NFPA: National Fire Protection Association
8. DIN: Deutche Institute Fur Normmung
9. BS: British Standard
10. IES: Illumination Engineering Society

 

1-21 List of Electrical Documents

Row

Document Description

Phase

1

Site Survey and Data Collection Report

Engineering

2

Solution Description

Engineering

3

Statement of Complience (SOC)

Engineering

4

Applicable Standards

Engineering

5

Design Criteria (Short Circuit, Transmission Line, Cable Routing and Loss Calculations)

Engineering

6

Implementation Constraints

Engineering

7

High Level Network Diagram

Engineering

8

Vendor Print Index and Schedule

Engineering

9

Project Schedule

Engineering

10

Training Schedule & Document

Engineering

11

Maintenance and Fault Finding Procedure

Engineering

12

Electronic Equipments & Accessories LOM

Engineering

13

Cables LOM

Engineering

14

Bulk Material LOM

Engineering

15

Packing List

Procurement

16

Subvendor List

Procurement

17

List of Softwares & Application

Procurement

18

Equipment Handling & Transportation Procedure

Procurement

19

Interface Data Presentation with Other Subsystems

Engineering

20

Power Distribution Panel Arrangement and Wiring Diagram

Construction

21

Cabinet and Workstations Layout

Construction

22

Configuration Diagram

Construction

23

Layouts

Construction

24

Riser Diagram

Construction

25

Cable Schedule

Construction

26

Cable Connection Diagram

Construction

27

Panels Arrangement

Construction

28

Panels Wiring Diagram

Construction

29

Part List

Construction

30

Commissioning, Operational Spare Parts and Special Tools List

Construction

31

Installation Drawings

Construction

32

Power Consumption & Heat Dissipation Calculations

Engineering

33

Availability Calculations

Engineering

34

Monitoring Software Datasheets & Brochures

Construction

35

Technical Catalogue

Construction

36

Technical, Operation & Maintenance Manuals

Construction

37

Installation, Operation Manual

Construction

38

FAT Procedure

Construction

39

Pre-Commissioning Check Lists

Construction

40

Commissioning and Site Acceptance Test Procedure

Construction

41

As-Built Documents

Construction

42

System scenario

Construction

43

Integration software and calculation

Construction

44

Integration whit other systems

Construction

45

Monitoring and control Equipment's and scenario

Construction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 Mechanical System
2-1 Water Supply System

The design of the water supply system is necessary for any building complex, in particular a laboratory complex that has different water supply requirements. The company calculates and designs the water system by examining various spaces and the most optimal routes.

2-2 Firefighting Water Supply System

As stated, fighting fire is very important, but proper design should be provided to supply water for its operation. This design takes into account the height of the building and the amount of water for sprinkler used in each space.

2-3 Rainwater Harvesting System

With the rainfall, the water accumulates in the roof and the pores of the building. The required design is carried out considering the appropriate slope for the roof as well as the water paths.

2-4 Wastewater Collection System

Today, despite water deficit in Iran, as well as the establishment of a sewage network, each building needs a sewage network. In this regard, the system is designed to examine the requirement of building complexe.

2-5 Hot and Cold Water Distribution System

Apart from water supply issues, the distribution network of hot and cold water should also be designed for each complex. This system is designed by determining piping routes, considering the proper pressure for water and the installation of air conditioning systems throughout the building.

2-6 Air Conditioning System

The air conditioning system in the building plays a key role in improving air quality and creating a relaxing environment for employees. In addition, air conditioning systems are used in specific spaces where air pressure is to be set. In laboratory spaces, the creation of fresh air as well as humidity, pressure and temperature are very important.

2-7 Chemical Waste Collection System

The use of chemicals in laboratories is common. To this end, the laboratory should have a chemical sewage system to remove and wash such materials. Our team, with its experience in designing such systems in various complexes and clean room, designs this system according to the latest standards in the world.

2-8 Humidity Adjustment System

It is very important to set the humidity in the office spaces, and in particular, and create a specific moisture in the laboratory rooms as well as the clean room. Considering the type of such spaces as well as their various requirements, we design a moisture production and adjustment system.

2-9 Refrigerating System

Creating a cold storage room for the maintenance of specific materials, considering the use of the building, requires a design. This system is designed taking into account the required space and its various uses.

2-10 Heating System

The heating system is designed according to the amount of water required for the complex and its temperature.
2-11 Water Purification System

It is important to obtain pure water without harmful substances and no additives for laboratory use. In this regard, we designs a water purification system for production of pure water.

2-12 Industrial Water Treatment System

Different industrial waters are widely used in laboratories. As a result, we need to treat industrial water. With our experience in this field, we are able to design this system in accordance with international standards.

2-13 Steam Distribution and Production System

In order to carry out various experiments and also to sterilize the laboratory equipment, we need a steam distribution system. This system should be designed to be available in all laboratories.

2-14 Distilled Water Production System

Distilled water also has a lot of use in laboratories. In order to reduce the cost of purchasing distilled water, it is possible to provide a distilled water production system. The company can design and implement the distilled water production system according to the latest laboratory standards.

2-15 Alcohol Distribution System

In order to disinfect equipment and hands of personnel, we need an alcohol distribution system in the building complex. To this end, the company can design this system using the latest available standards.

2-16 Air Disinfection System

In laboratories and the clean room, disinfection of outlet air is required. Due to the possibility of hazardous vapor, an air disinfection system can be designed according to the latest international standards.

2-17 Incinerator System

Some laboratories require a waste incineration system due to the materials used and the risk of moving the waste. In this regard, the required waste incineration system is designed and implemented taking into account all the materials used.

2-18 Design Steps

1. Primary studies and initial estimation
2. Required installations
3- Preparing executive plans
4. Modifying designs according to the workshop conditions
5- Providing a calculation notebook
6. Air conditioning, air exchange and evacuation facilities
7. Fireproof Damper
8. Special heating and cooling devices
9. Calculation of chimneys
10. Calculate the required piping and pressure levels
11. Calculations of refrigeration facilities
12. Calculations of machine room facilities
13. Calculations on ventilation installation
14. Provision of the initial design reference to the employer to evaluate the employer’s and the end-user’s feedback
15. Provide the list of areas and the type of wireless coverage based on the results of paragraph 14
16. Finding the layout of the equipment on the AutoCAD design and addressing the cables according to the infrastructure of the project
17. Provide the list of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
18. . Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction.
19. Servers and processing information required for system monitoring
20. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
21. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in sepatate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
22. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
23- Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
24- Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
25- Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of electrical systems
26- Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer

2-19 Standards

Some of the standards used in the design are as follows:
1. ASME: American Society of Mechanical Engineers
2. BPVC: Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code
3. API: Industrial Standard
4. ASTM: American Society for Testing and Materials
5. ISIRI: Institute of Standards and Industrial Research of Iran
6. ISO 16813: is one of the ISO building environment standards
7. ASHRAE: American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air conditioning Engineers
8. IAPMO: International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials
9. IEEE
10. ANSI
11. NFPA 241

2-20 List of Mechanical Documents

 

2-20 List of Mechanical Documents

 

Row

Document Description

Phase

1

Site Survey and Data Collection Report

Engineering

2

Solution Description

Engineering

3

Statement of Complience (SOC)

Engineering

4

Applicable Standards

Engineering

5

Design Criteria (Piping, Tanks and Pressure Calculations)

Engineering

6

Implementation Constraints

Engineering

7

High Level Network Diagram

Engineering

8

Vendor Print Index and Schedule

Engineering

9

Project Schedule

Engineering

10

Training Schedule & Document

Engineering

11

Maintenance and Fault Finding Procedure

Engineering

12

Electronic Equipments & Accessories LOM

Engineering

13

Cables LOM

Engineering

14

Bulk Material LOM

Engineering

15

Packing List

Procurement

16

Subvendor List

Procurement

17

List of Softwares & Application

Procurement

18

Equipment Handling & Transportation Procedure

Procurement

19

Interface Data Presentation with Other Subsystems

Engineering

20

Power Distribution Panel Arrangement and Wiring Diagram

Construction

21

Cabinet and Workstations Layout

Construction

22

Configuration Diagram

Construction

23

Layouts

Construction

24

Riser Diagram

Construction

25

Cable Schedule

Construction

26

Cable Connection Diagram

Construction

27

Panels Arrangement

Construction

28

Panels Wiring Diagram

Construction

29

Part List

Construction

30

Commissioning, Operational Spare Parts and Special Tools List

Construction

31

Installation Drawings

Construction

32

Power Consumption & Heat Dissipation Calculations

Engineering

33

Availability Calculations

Engineering

34

Monitoring Software Datasheets & Brochures

Construction

35

Technical Catalogue

Construction

36

Technical, Operation & Maintenance Manuals

Construction

37

Installation, Operation Manual

Construction

38

FAT Procedure

Construction

39

Pre-Commissioning Check Lists

Construction

40

Commissioning and Site Acceptance Test Procedure

Construction

41

As-Built Documents

Construction

42

System scenario

Construction

43

Integration software and calculation

Construction

44

Integration whit other systems

Construction

45

Monitoring and control Equipment's and scenario

Construction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 Extra Low Voltage Systems
3-1 Video Surveillance System

Large complexes, especially laboratory complexes, require different systems and equipment to maintain and control the security of the main points. Video surveillance system is one of the methods for maintaining the security in different areas. Some of them are mentioned below:
• Entrance of private and public parking lots
• Entrance of loading places
• Elevator
• Service elevators
• IDF Rooms
• Electric rooms
• Control rooms
• Prayer rooms
• Laboratories
• Conference halls

3.1.1. Steps for the Design of a Video Surveillance System

1. Identification of all spaces and categorization of each space use
2. Extract the height of the structure at different points of the above groups
3. The probability of occurrence of danger in each zone mentioned in paragraph 1
4. Risk type analysis and selection of monitoring scenarios and related performance
5. Extract the view of each camera and its image quality based on the analysis of the fourth item
6. Categorization of the points and its security level and selection of the camera type and image quality
7. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
8. Provide the list of areas and the type of desired coverage according to the results of the seventh paragraph
9. Camera selection and layout based on software simulations and the above items
10. Finding the layout of cameras on the AutoCAD design and addressing the cables according to the infrastructure of the project
11. Selecting the Lens type based on simulations and the criteria mentionned in eighth and ninth paragraph
12. Conducting calculation on the bandwidth required for each camera, according to the requirement of paragraph 5
13. Identification of infrastructure layers for choosing an appropriate bandwidth for the camera videos
14. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
15. Monitoring scenario in the control room and determing the type and number of display panels
16. Conducting calculations by software on the amount of storage space for cameras and its duration
17. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction.
18. Servers and processed information required for cameras monitoring
19. Examining the intelligence of cameras for spatial groups and providing the infrastructure plans and related servers
20. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
21. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in sepatate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
22. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
23. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
24. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
25. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of electrical systems
26. Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer

3-1-2 Standards of Video Surveillance System

The standards used in design are as follows:
1. IEC 348: Safety warnings-Appendix 13.
2. BS EN 50132-5-2:2011: Alarm systems. CCTV surveillance systems for use in security applications. IP Video Transmission Protocols
3. International Electrical Codes (IEC).
4. BS 8418: 2003 edition; Installation and remote monitoring of detector activated CCTV systems – code of practice.
5. BS 7958:2015: Closed circuit television (CCTV). Management and operation. Code of practice
6. BS EN 62676-1-1:2014: Video surveillance systems for use in security applications. System requirements
7. BS EN 60529:1992+A2:2013: Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP code)
8. BS EN 62305-1:2011: Protection against lightning. General principles.
9. BS 8495:2007: Code of practice for digital CCTV recording systems for the purpose of image export to be used as evidence
10. BS 8591:2014: Remote Centre's receiving signals from alarm systems. Code of practice
11. IEC 50132-1: 2007 edition; Alarm systems: CCTV surveillance systems for use in security applications - Part 1: system requirements.
12. BS 8418:2015: Installation and remote monitoring of detector-activated CCTV systems. Code of practice
13. IEC 50132-7: 1996 edition; Alarm systems - CCTV surveillance systems for use in security applications - Part 7: Application guidelines.
14. NFPA 72: 2002 edition; National Fire Alarm Code.
15. NACP 20: Code for planning, installation and maintenance of closed control circuit television systems.
16. EIA/TIA – 568: Commercial Building Telecommunications Wiring Standard.
17. EIA/TIA – 569: Commercial Building Standard for Telecommunications Pathways and Spaces.
18. EIA/TIA – 606: Administrative Standards for the Telecommunications Infrastructure of Commercial Buildings.
19. IEEE, RS170: Variable Standard.
20. Premise cabling standard EIA/TIA 568 A.


3-2 Design of Access Control System

This system is used to increase the security of the complex as well as to prevent the public from accessing special laboratory spaces. This system gives individuals to enter or exit by using special cards or scanning biometric features.

3-2-1 Steps for Design of Access Control System

1. Identification of all spaces and categorization of each space use
2. Extract the height of the structure at different points of the above groups
3. The probability of occurrence of danger in each zone mentioned in paragraph 1
4. Risk type analysis and selection of monitoring scenarios and related performance
5. Selection of the operation type for each door controller
6. Categorization of the points and its security level to select the reader
7. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
8. Selecting the type of the security coverage for each area based on the results of the seventh paragraph
9. Finding the layout of the controller on the AutoCAD deisgn and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
10. Selecting the type of reader based on the zone and security levels and the items mentioned in paragraph 8 and 9
11. Conducting calculation on controller bandwidth using software
12. Identification of infrastructure layers for choosing an appropriate bandwidth for the network
13. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
14. Monitoring scenario in the control room and determing the type and number of display panels
15. Conducting calculations by software on the amount of storage space for cameras and its duration
16. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction.
17. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
18. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
19. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in sepatate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
20. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
21- Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
22- Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
23- Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of electrical systems
24- Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer


3-2-2 Standards of Access Control System

The standards used in design are as follows:
1. IEC 61508: Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems
2. EN 60447: Basic and safety principles for man-machine interface, marking and identification Actuating principles
3. EN 50121-4: Emission and immunity of the signalling and telecommunications
4. EN 50081-2: EMC Generic emission standard
5. EN 50082-2: Generic standards – Immunity
6. VDS (GERMANY) G103013 (CLASS C): German standard for intruder alarm system
7. IPS-G-1N-220: Engineering and installation standard for control centers
8. ISA-RP60.8: Electric guide for controlling the center
9. ISA-RP60.6: Nameplates,labels, and tags for control centers
10. IEC-60529: Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosures (IP Code)
11. NFPA 101: Conformity code for traffic control and fire alarm systems


3-3 Public Address System

Public address system is one of the most efficient systems for a complex. In addition to calling people, the system is used to broadcast promotional messages in various spaces as well as audio broadcasting.
The number of zones, the selection of the amplifier and the loudespeaker for each space should be checked and calculated.

3-3-1 Steps for Design of Public Address System

1. Identification of all spaces and categorization of each space use
2. Extract the height of the structure at different points of the above groups
3. Categorize the importance of each space in terms of audio playback
4. Determine how the amplifiers work
5. Select the perfect speaker for any space
6. Conducting calculations to determine the amount of STI of each space
7. Conducting calculations to determine the SPL of any space
8. Perform calculations (by software) to determine the amount of loss per space
9. Provide the list of required microphones for the complex
10. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
11. According to the results of the seventh paragraph, the identification of each space and the type of audio coverage desired
12. Finding the layout of the speakers and displays on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
13. Determine the type of player and display based on the items mentioned in items eight and nine
14. Perform calculations of the bandwidth for each display by software
15. Identification of infrastructure layers for choosing an appropriate bandwidth for the network
16. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
17. Monitoring scenario in the control room
18. Conducting calculations by software on the amount of storage space for cameras and its duration
19. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction.
20. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
21. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
22. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in sepatate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
23. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
24. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
25. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
26. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of public address system
27.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer


3-3-2 Standards of Public Address System

The standards used in design are as follows:
1. AES3: also commonly known as AES/EBU for digital audio interconnection
2. AES10: also commonly known as MADI for multichannel digital audio interconnection
3. AES11: digital audio synchronization
4. AES31: file exchange format
5. AES47: Digitally interfaced microphones
6. AES67: Audio over IP interoperability

3-4 Wireless System

Wireless LAN (WLAN) is the main communications platform. This system is needed to enable operators and employees to access services and high-speed broadband internet all over the complex. The wireless system should cover the following main centers by installing WAPs:
• Private areas (offices and service corridors)
• Conference Room
• Management offices

3-4-1 Steps for Design of Wireless System
1. Identification of all spaces and categorization of each space use
2. Extract the height of the structure at different points of the above groups
3. Examining the ceiling and walls of zones
4. Categorize the importance of each space in terms of wireless coverage
5. Extract to WAP number in any space
6. Calculations by software to examine the coverage of the Heat Map
7. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
8. Identification of each area and type of wireless coverage based on the results of the seventh paragraph
9. Finding the layout of speakers and displays on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
10. Select the type of antenna appropriate for each WAP
11. Conducting calculation on bandwidth using software
12. Identification of infrastructure layers for choosing an appropriate bandwidth for the network
13. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
14. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction.
15. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
16. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
17. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in sepatate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
18. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
19. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
20. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
21. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of wireless systems
22.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer

3-4-2 Standards of Wireless System

The standards used in design are as follows:
1. IEEE: Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers.
2. ISO: International Organization for Standardization.
3. ANSI: American National Standards Institute.
4. TIA: Telecommunications Industries Association.
5. EIA: Electronics Industries Association.
6. BICSI: Building Industry Consulting Service International.
7. TDMM: Telecommunications Design Methods Manual.
8. IEC: International Electro technical Commission
9. IEEE 802.11: network PHY standards

3-5 Network-Based Telephone System

Network-based telephone system is the main platform for audio communication of the complex. The system uses cellular communication, workstations, and wireless handsets for staff communication, conference communications, as well as video communication.

3-5-1 Steps for Design of Network-Based Telephone System

1. Identification of all spaces and categorization of each space use
2. Determine the number of units
3. Determine the number of input lines required
4. Calculate the number of required systems
5. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
6. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the seventh paragraph
7. Finding the layout of the controller on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
8. Conducting calculation on bandwidth using software
9. Identification of infrastructure layers for choosing an appropriate bandwidth for the network
10. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
11. Monitoring scenario in the control room
12. Conducting calculations by software on the amount of storage space
13. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction.
14. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
15. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
16. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
17. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
18. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
19. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
20. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
21. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of electrical systems
22.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer

3-5-2 Standards of Network-Based Telephone System

The standards used in design are as follows:
1. SIP(RFC2543, RFC3261, RFC3262, RFC2976, RFC3264, RFC3311, RFC3515, RFC3666, RFC3420): VoIP protocols, and includes by and multi conference protocols
2. IEEE 802.3 / 802.3 u 10BaseT / 100BaseTX: Local Area Network Protocols
3. Support for Layer3 QOS (Diff-Serv) and Layer2 QOS(802.1P/Q): It is related to inner network connections
4. TCP/IP: TCP/IP consists of two main protocols TCP and IP. The two protocols determine how systems connect together in the network
5. ARP: Extracting IP addresses from network
6. ICMP: Fault processing between network and Device
7. RTP: A network protocol for delivering audio and video over IP networks
8. RTCP: The basic functionality of RTCP is to monitor and transfer information
9. DHCP: Communication protocol between network devices and their IP configurations
10. DNS: This is an automatic network protocol for each IP for WEB page and its domain
11. TFTP: Protocol for small data exchange
12. SNTP: Simple protocol for Submit and receiving network time
13. AES: Professional coding Standard from Symmetric coding

14. RSA: A method for creating keys, coding of information, revealing information, creating digital signature, etc.
15. Pin Pad: A Pin Pad is an electronic device used in banks and directly connected to bank network and used in debit, credit or smart card based transactions
16. SSL: A standard and security protocol based of coding, that transmitted data between server and client with a special key is coded and on the side it is decoded

3-6 Master Clock System

Master clock system is used to synchronize all intelligent and integrated systems in a building complex. Visitors can be informed about the time by interesting design and accurate layout of analog and digital clock clocks in different spaces.
3-6-1 Steps for Design of Master Clock System


1. Identification of all spaces and categorization of each space use
2. Determine the number of elevator lobby
3. Determine the number of installation rooms
4. Calculate the number of antennas needed and their layout
5. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
6. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the seventh paragraph
7. Finding the layout of antennas and clocks on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
8. Conducting calculation on bandwidth required for equipment using software
9. Identification of infrastructure layers for choosing an appropriate bandwidth for the network
10. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
11. Monitoring scenario in the control room
12. Conducting calculations by software on the amount of storage space for information
13. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction.
14. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
15. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
16. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
17. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
18. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
19. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
20- Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
21- Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of master clodk system
22.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer

 

3-6-2 Standards of Master Clock System

The standards used in design are as follows:
1. UL 863: Standard for Time-Indicating and -Recording Appliances
2. IED 61588 & IEEE 1588: Standard for a Precision Clock Synchronization Protocol for Networked Measurement and Control Systems
3. SNTP
4. NTP

3-7 TV Network System

TV network system is one of the most efficient systems. Broadcasting television, movie and video, as well as broadcasting conferences or educational films, are the benefits of this system. You can also use this system to display the desired experiments on any desired display anywhere on the project.

3-7-1 Steps for Design of TV Network System

1. Identification of all spaces and categorization of each space use
2. Determine the number of the required satellites
3. Determine the number of the required channels
4. Specify the number of requested films
5. Specify the number of requested music
6. Determine the satellite image records
7. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
8. Finding the layout of the antenna on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
9. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the seventh paragraph
10. Conducting calculation on the bandwidth for equipment using software
11. Identification of infrastructure layers for choosing an appropriate bandwidth for the network
12. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
13. Monitoring scenario in the control room
14. Conducting calculations by software on the amount of storage space for information
15. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction.
16. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
17. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
18. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
19. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
20. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
21- Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
22- Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
23- Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of TV network system
24- Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer

3-7-2 Standards of TV Network System

The standards used in design are as follows:
1. CENELEC: Cable network standard for television signals, sound and interactive services must be based on CENELEC standards.
2. EN 50083-2: For compliance with electromagnetic law and prevent distortion in cable television network and radio services, all components such as cable connectors must be shielded according to EN 50083-2 standard. All components must have a class labels.
3. ETSI: Europe Telecommunications Standards Institute
4. ETS 300 421: Channel coding and modulation frame structure describes the digital TV broadcasting by satellite.
5. ETS 300 429: Framing structure, channel coding and modulation describes the distribution of television programs by cable.
6. ETS 300 473: Describes digital video broadcasting system in SMATV and creates compatibility for channel modulation and coding system used by cable and satellite transmissions.
7. ETS 300 159: It includes the information about the installation and implementation of antennas, amplifier and LNB and small terminals.
8. ETS 300 160: This standard defines the requirements for controlling and monitoring the performance of small terminals.
9. ETS 300 161: Includes the requirements for centralized control and performance monitoring.
10. ETS 300 744: Describes the baseline transmission system for digital terrestrial television broadcasting.
11. ETS 302 304: Describes the transmission system for ETIS digital video broadcasting standards.
12. IEEE 802.3: Describes the protocols related to LAN.
13. EN50083-2: This standard describes the physical interface standard for connecting signal processing CATV / SMATV devices or UPLINK stations.
14. RTP / UDP protocol
15. End - to – end video broadcasting based on IP
16. MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 standards such as ISO / IEC 14496
17. AAC and AC-3

3-8 Navigation and tracking system

Controling the route of individuals and personnel and finding their position for better management. It can also be used to locate important equipment in the complex.

3-8-1. Steps for Design of Navigation and tracking System
1. Identification of all spaces and categorization of each space use
2. Identify the required technology
3. Determine the number of antennas required
4. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
5. Finding the layout of antenna on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
6. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the seventh paragraph
7. Conducting calculation on the bandwidth required for equipment using software
8. Identification of infrastructure layers for choosing an appropriate bandwidth for the network
9. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
10. Monitoring scenario in the control room
11. Conducting calculations by software on the amount of storage space for information
12. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction
13. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
14. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
15. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
16. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
17. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
18. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
19. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
20. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of Navigation and tracking system
21.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer

3-8-2 Standards of Navigation and tracking System

The standards used in design are as follows:

1. ISO 18000: Technology
2. ISO 15418: Data Content
3. ISO 18046: Compatibility
4. ISO 10374: Usage
5. CEPT T/R 60-01: Movement detection
6. ISO 15963: Tags
7. VDE 0750: Security
8. ANSI 256: RFID equipment
9. ASTM D7434: Standard Tests

3-9 Mobile Network System

Cellular coverage is provided by the mobile operator stations located in the telecommunication room. Using a common network including the main hub located in the telecommunication room, radio signals from these stations are transmitted to sub-fiber units at different locations. Internal radio signals use a coaxial / fiber DAS (distributed antenna system), which transmits radio signals to subscribers. The standards used in design are as follows:

3-9-1 Steps for Design of Mobile Network System
1. Identification of all spaces and categorization of each space use
2. Identify the required technology
3. Determine the number of antennas required
4. Heatmap calculations to determine the location of the antenna
5. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
6. Finding the layout of antenna on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
7. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the seventh paragraph
8. Conducting calculation on the bandwidth required for equipment using software
9. Identification of infrastructure layers for choosing an appropriate bandwidth for the network
10. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
11. Monitoring scenario in the control room
12. Conducting calculations by software on the amount of storage space for information
13. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction
14. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
15. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
16. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
17. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
18. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
19. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
20. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
21. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of Mobile Network System
22.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer


3-9-2 Standards of Mobile Network System

The standards of Mobile network system are as follows:
1. TS 101 220: Smart Cards; ETSI numbering system for telecommunication application providers (Release 10)
2. TS 101 220: Smart Cards; ETSI numbering system for telecommunication application providers (Release 11)
3. TS 102 576: Radio access network equipment specification; Mobile Communication On Board Aircraft (MCOBA) systems; Operational requirements and methodology for showing conformance
4. TS 123 003: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); Numbering, addressing and identification (3GPP TS 23.003 version 14.5.0 Release 14)
5. TS 123 008: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); LTE; Organization of subscriber data (3GPP TS 23.008 version 14.3.0 Release 14)
6. TS 122 368: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); LTE; Service requirements for Machine-Type Communications (MTC); Stage 1 (3GPP TS 22.368 version 14.0.1 Release 14)
7. TR 123 975: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); LTE; IPv6 migration guidelines (3GPP TR 23.975 version 14.1.0 Release 14)
8. TS 123 060: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); General Packet Radio Service (GPRS); Service description; Stage 2 (3GPP TS 23.060 version 14.5.0 Release 14)
9. TS 123 203: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); LTE; Policy and charging control architecture (3GPP TS 23.203 version 14.5.0 Release 14)
10. TS 123 228: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); LTE; IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS); Stage 2 (3GPP TS 23.228 version 14.5.0 Release 14)
11. TS 123 272: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); LTE; Circuit Switched (CS) fallback in Evolved Packet System (EPS); Stage 2 (3GPP TS 23.272 version 13.5.0 Release 13)
12. TS 123 272: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); LTE; Circuit Switched (CS) fallback in Evolved Packet System (EPS); Stage 2 (3GPP TS 23.272 version 14.1.0 Release 14)
13. TS 123 682: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); LTE; Architecture enhancements to facilitate communications with packet data networks and applications (3GPP TS 23.682 version 14.5.0 Release 14)
14. TS 123 034: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD); Stage 2 (3GPP TS 23.034 version 12.1.0 Release 12)
15. TS 123 034: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD); Stage 2 (3GPP TS 23.034 version 13.1.0 Release 13)
16. TS 123 034: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD); Stage 2 (3GPP TS 23.034 version 14.1.0 Release 14)
17. TS 123 003: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); Numbering, addressing and identification (3GPP TS 23.003 version 13.10.0 Release 13)
18. TS 137 104: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); LTE; E-UTRA, UTRA and GSM/EDGE; Multi-Standard Radio (MSR) Base Station (BS) radio transmission and reception (3GPP TS 37.104 version 13.7.0 Release 13)
19. TS 137 104: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); LTE; E-UTRA, UTRA and GSM/EDGE; Multi-Standard Radio (MSR) Base Station (BS) radio transmission and reception (3GPP TS 37.104 version 14.5.0 Release 14)
20. TS 137 141: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); LTE; E-UTRA, UTRA and GSM/EDGE; Multi-Standard Radio (MSR) Base Station (BS) conformance testing (3GPP TS 37.141 version 13.8.0 Release 13)

3-10 Log Management and Printing System

The logging and printing system has the task of storing user information as well as Submit weekly or monthly reports. Using this system, you can prevent additional printing and reproduction costs and log the system various performans.

3-11 Monitoring Rooms

There is a need for constant monitoring of security systems in order to control and monitor all Extra Low Voltage Systems and other systems and to maintain security in a building complex. Accordingly, in order to facilitate operator performance and increase the performance of the personnel, the design and calculations of the monitoring room is done by software.

3-11-1 Steps for Design of Monitoring Room System

1. Proper architecture for the central control room
2. Identify the required technology
3. Specify the number of personnel
4. Check the amount of thermal load
5. Verification of the required facilities
6. Simulation of room architecture by software
7. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
8. Finding the layout of equipments on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
9. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the seventh paragraph
10. Conducting calculation on the bandwidth required for equipment using software
11. Identification of infrastructure layers for choosing an appropriate bandwidth for the network
12. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
13. Monitoring scenario in the control room
14. Conducting calculations by software on the amount of storage space for information
15. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction
16. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
17. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
18. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
19. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
20. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
21- Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
22- Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
23- Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of electrical systems
24- Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer


3-11-2 Standards of Monitoring Room System

The standards used in design are as follows:

1. BS EN ISO 11064-3: Ergonomic design of control centers Control room layout
2. ISO 11064-4:2004 Part 4: Layout and dimensions of workstations
3. ISO 11064-5:2008 Part 5: Displays and controls
4. ISO 11064-6:2005 Part 6: Environmental requirements for control centers

3-12 Passive and Active Network Infrastructure

We need a network infrastructure for active equipment to provide the commercial and administrative buildings with required services. Therefore, considering the project requirements, the architecture restriction and bandwidth requirements for each unit are calculated and its infrastructure is designed. After designing the appropriate infrastructure, an active network is designed to provide all of the above services.

3-12-1 Steps for Design of Passive and Active Network Infrastructure

1. Check the number of project units
2. Determine the number of available systems
3. Provide the required equipment for the active network
4. Provide the required passive infrastructure
5. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
6. Finding the layout of equipments on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
7. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the sixth paragraph
8. Conducting calculation on the bandwidth required for equipment using software
9. Identification of infrastructure layers for choosing an appropriate bandwidth for the network
10. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
11. Monitoring scenario in the control room
12. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction
13. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
14. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
15. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
16. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
17. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
18. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
19. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
20. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of network infrastructure systems
21.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer


3-12-2 Standards of Passive and Active Network Infrastructure
The standards used in design are as follows:
1. ANSI/TIA-568-C.0: Generic Telecommunications Cabling for Customer Premises
2. ANSI/TIA-568-C.3: Optical Fiber Cabling Components Standard
3. ANSI/TIA-569-C: Telecommunications Pathways and Spaces
4. ANSI/TIA-606-B: Administration Standard for Telecommunications Infrastructure
5. ANSI-J-STD-607-B: Generic Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding (Earthing) for Customer Premises
6. ANSI/TIA-758-B: Customer Owned Outside Plant Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard

3-13 Fire Alarm System


The fire alarm system is the first layer of fire protection and life saving scenario. By locating sensors in suitable locations and integrating with extra low voltage systems, this system operates according to the fire scenario.

3-13-1 Steps for Design of Fire Alarm System

1. Check the spaces available in the complex
2. Check entries and exits
3. Check the type of sensors required
4. Identify the required technology
5. Check other equipment needed for ease of operation and integration
6. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
7. Finding the layout of equipments on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
8. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the seventh paragraph
9. Choosing the right infrastructure for operating the system
10. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
11. Monitoring scenario in the control room
12. Calculating the amount of data storage space with the software
13. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction
14. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
15. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
16. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
17. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
18. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
19. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
20. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
21. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of fire alarm system
22.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer


3-13-2 Standards of Fire Alarm System

The standards used in design are as follows:
1. NFPA 72
2. NFPA 101
3. EN 54
4. UFC 4-021-01 Design and O&M Mass Notification Systems
5. ICC: International Code Council

3-14 Intelligent Building Management System

The building management system is used to bring comfort for people and control all project installations. With its I / O modules, this system can control temperature, humidity, pressure and cyclometric parameters in the environment and adjust the indoor air quality. Using this system, you can measure the amount of energy consumed and control the relevant scenarios.

3-14-1 Steps for Design of Intelligent Building Management System

1. Check the spaces available in the complex
2. Check the type of sensors required
3. Identify the required technology
4. Check other equipment needed for ease of operation and integration
5. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
6. Finding the layout of equipments on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
7. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the sixth paragraph
8. Choosing the right infrastructure for operating the system
9. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
10. Monitoring scenario in the control room
11. Calculating the amount of data storage space with the software
12. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction
13. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
14. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
15. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
16. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
17. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
18. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
19. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
20. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of fire alarm system
21.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer


3-14-2 Standards of Intelligent Building Management System

The standards used in design are as follows:
1. EN 15232: Energy Saving Standards
2. EPBD: Energy Performance of Buildings Directive
3. ISO 150001: Energy Management
4. ANSI
5. ASHRAE
6. ASTM
7. ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 135-2012
8. ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 135-2001 “BACnet” and Division27 Section 27 05 08 – 1.4.8.
9. EIA 485 standard
3-15 Lighting Management System

In a building complex, providing new lighting designs to control the lighting of different spaces is an important task. Therefore, we need a light management system for easy lighting control, as well as provision of lighting scenarios based on each space.

3-15.1 Steps for Design of Lighting Management System
1. Check the spaces available in the complex
2. Check the façade lighting
3. Check the type of required sensors
4. Identify the required technology
5. Check other equipment needed for ease of operation and integration
6. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
7. Finding the layout of equipments on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
8. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the seventh paragraph
9. Choosing the right infrastructure for operating the system
10. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
11. Monitoring scenario in the control room
12. Calculating the amount of data storage space with the software
13. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction
14. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
15. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
16. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
17. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
18. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
19. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
20. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
21. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of lighting management system
22.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer


3-15-2 Standards of Lighting Management System

The standards used in design are as follows:
1. ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1: Energy Standard for Building
2. IES Lighting Handbook
3. IES RP-1: American National Standard Practice for Office Lighting (ANSI Approved)
4. IES RP-16: Nomenclature and Definitions for Illuminating Engineering (ANSI Approved)

3-16 Data Center

A data center is required to control the integrity of multiple ELV systems and servers. The installation of the servers of various systems is necessary in such centers, as well. Our company designs such centers according to the data center standards as well as project requirements.

3-16-1 Steps for Design of Data Center


1. Check the spaces available in the building complex
2. Physical infrastructure and all required elements and infrastructures
3. Service layer and all necessary elements and infrastructures
4. Operating system layer and all required elements and infrastructure
5. Layer of storage resources and all required elements and infrastructures
6. Processing resources and all required elements and infrastructures
7. Infrastructure layer and all required elements and infrastructure
8. Management layer and all required elements and infrastructures
9. Security layer and all required elements and infrastructure
10. All infrastructures and elements required for the network, data center infrastructure and active part
11. Data Center Architecture Design
12. Network design and communication
13. Design of security systems
14. Identify the required technology
15. Check other equipment needed for ease of operation and integration
16. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
17. Finding the layout of equipments on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
18. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the seventeenth paragraph
19. Choosing the right infrastructure for operating the system
20. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
21. Monitoring scenario in the control room
22. Calculating the amount of data storage space with the software
23. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction
24. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
25. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
26. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
27. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
28. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
29. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
30. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
31. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of data center
32.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer


3-16-2 Standards of Data Center
The standards used in design are as follows:
1. ANSI/TIA-942-A Infrastructure Standard for Data Centers
2. TIER
3. BICSI
4. CENELEC EN 50173-5 Information Technology - Generic Cabling Systems Part 5: Data Centers
5. ISO/IEC 24764 Information technology - Generic Cabling Systems for Data Centers
6. ANSI/BICSI 002-2014 Data Center Design and Implementation Best Practices
7. ASHRAE 90.4-2016

3-17 Fire Extinguishing System

The fire extinguishing system is the first fire protection wall of the building. Therefore, this system will be selected in order to provide the best performance possible. The design of this system varies with respect to space usage and location.

3-17-1 Steps for Design of Fire Extinguishing System

1. Check the spaces available in the building complex
2. Check the entries and exits
3. Check the extinguishing method
4. Identify the required technology
5. Check other equipment needed for ease of operation and integration
6. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
7. Finding the layout of equipments on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
8. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the seventh paragraph
9. Choosing the right infrastructure for operating the system
10. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
11. Monitoring scenario in the control room
12. Calculating the amount of data storage space with the software
13. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction
14. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
15. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
16. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
17. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
18. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
19. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
20. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
21. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of lighting management system
22.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer

3-17-2 Standards of Fire Extinguishing System

The standards used in design are as follows:

1. BS EN 15004-1:2008
2. BSEN 15004-2:2008
3. BS EN 15004-3:2008
4. NFPA 75

3-18 Emergency Shutdown System

The emergency shutdown system is a critical protective layer for each laboratory complex. This system can be used to minimize damage caused by emergency cases such as accidents in the laboratory, dangerous gas emissions in the environment, uncontrolled flooding, etc.

3-18-1 Steps for Design of Emergency Shutdown

1. Check the spaces available in the building complex
2. Check the available systems in each space
3. Check the shutdown button
4. Identify the required technology
5. Check other equipment needed for ease of operation and integration
6. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
7. Finding the layout of equipments on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
8. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the seventh paragraph
9. Choosing the right infrastructure for operating the system
10. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
11. Monitoring scenario in the control room
12. Calculating the amount of data storage space with the software
13. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction
14. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
15. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
16. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
17. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
18. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
19. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
20. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
21. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of emergency shutdown system
22.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer

3-18-2 Standards of Emergency Shutdown System

The standards used in design are as follows:

1. ANSI/ISA S84.01
2. IEC 61508

3-19 FTTH System


Internet network infrastructure is one of the most important structures in the world today. The provision of high-speed and secure internet to the residents of a building complex is necessary. This service can be provided using the FTTH network. ONT equipment provides services such as IPTV, PBX phone as well as (Wi-Fi) to users of any unit. You can also use this equipment inside a central server in any space. The speed of the wireless network is 300 Mb / s.

3-19-1 Steps for Design of Emergency Shutdown System

1. Check the spaces available in the building complex
2. Check the required bandwidth
3. Check the the space required for risers
4. Determine the number of required racks
5. Check other equipment needed for ease of operation and integration
6. Provide a preliminary design to the employer to verify the views of the employer and the end user
7. Finding the layout of equipments on the AutoCAD design and addressing cables according to the infrastructure of the project
8. Selecting the required equipment based on the results of the seventh paragraph
9. Choosing the right infrastructure for operating the system
10. Calculation of consumed power and electrical infrastructure for related systems
11. Monitoring scenario in the control room
12. Calculating the amount of data storage space with the software
13. Provision of installation detail in such a way that according to the brand profile and its type, the infrastructure can be changed without any cost or destruction
14. Servers and processed information required for system monitoring
15. Provision of appropriate brands list with quality breakdown and support services
16. Provide an appropriate control scenario for integration with other ELV systems
17. Provide the list of equipment (LOM) in separate lists, in order to send the price to contractors
18. Provide the list of services (LOS) for the requirements of proper implementation
19. Provision of a list of documents that the contractor is required to produce and submit the listed documents
20. Conducting factory acceptance test (FAT) which is one of the contractor’s duties
21. Preparation of a tender document and the general and specific requirements of FTTH system
22.Submit the related manual for the approval of the employer


3-19-2 Standards of FTTH System

The standards used in design are as follows:

1. IEC 61300-3-35: Fiber optic connector end-face visual inspection
2. IEC 60793-1 IEC 60793-2: Optical fibers
3. IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-2 IEC 60794-3: Fiber optic cables
4. ITU-T G.651: Multimode fiber standard
5. ITU-T G.652: Standard Single mode fiber. 4 different categories (A, B, C, D) differ in the water peak attenuation around the 1383nm window
6. ITU-T G.653: Zero Dispersion Shifted Fiber (ZDSF), having zero dispersion around the 1550nm window
7. ITU-T G.654: Cutoff shifted and low attenuation fiber, designed mainly for submarine applications
8. ITU-T G.655: Non-zero Dispersion Shifted Fiber (NZDSF), having low dispersion in the 1550nm and 1625nm windows, the DWDM region. Suited for longhaul and backbone applications. Categories A, B, C, D, E differ in PMD and dispersion values
9. ITU-T G.656: Medium Dispersion Fiber (MDF), designed for local access and longhaul fiber
10. ITU-T G.657: For FTTH (Fiber to the Home) application. Designed to bend at small radius of down to 10mm radius and 7.5mm radius

3-20 List of documents for Extra Low Voltage systems  

 

Row

Document Description

Phase

1

Site Survey and Data Collection Report

Engineering

2

Solution Description

Engineering

3

Statement of Complience (SOC)

Engineering

4

Applicable Standards

Engineering

5

Design Criteria

Engineering

6

Implementation Constraints

Engineering

7

High Level Network Diagram

Engineering

8

Vendor Print Index and Schedule

Engineering

9

Project Schedule

Engineering

10

Training Schedule & Document

Engineering

11

Maintenance and Fault Finding Procedure

Engineering

12

Electronic Equipments & Accessories LOM

Engineering

13

Cables LOM

Engineering

14

Bulk Material LOM

Engineering

15

Packing List

Purchase

16

Subvendor List

Purchase

17

List of Softwares & Application

Purchase

18

Equipment Handling & Transportation Procedure

Purchase

19

Interface Data Presentation with Other Subsystems

Engineering

20

Power Distribution Panel Arrangement and Wiring Diagram

Construcion

21

Cabinet and Workstations Layout

Construcion

22

Configuration Diagram

Construcion

23

Layouts

Construcion

24

Riser Diagram

Construcion

25

Cable Schedule

Construcion

26

Cable Connection Diagram

Construcion

27

Panels Arrangement

Construcion

28

Panels Wiring Diagram

Construcion

29

Part List

Construcion

30

Commissioning, Operational Spare Parts and Special Tools List

Construcion

31

Installation Drawings

Construcion

32

Power Consumption & Heat Dissipation Calculations

Engineering

33

Availability Calculations

Engineering

34

Monitoring Software Datasheets & Brochures

Construcion

35

Technical Catalogue

Construcion

36

Technical, Operation & Maintenance Manuals

Construcion

37

Installation, Operation Manual

Construcion

38

FAT Procedure

Construcion

39

Pre-Commissioning Check Lists

Construcion

40

Commissioning and Site Acceptance Test Procedure

Construcion

41

As-Built Documents

Construcion

42

System scenario

Construcion

43

Integration software and calculation

Construcion

44

Integration whit other systems

Construcion

45

Monitoring and control Equipment's and scenario

Construcion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


4 Integration Services

Integration is one of the most important pillars of major projects in the world. The access to systemic synergy for providing intelligent services is only achievable through integration solutions. There are requirements and standards for managing and monitoring the proper implementation of all processes, that make it possible for us to reach our goals.

4.1 BMS system

- BMS connection with FAS through the BMS software panel
-Connection of BacNet converter of FAS system to BMS
- Coding and blocks assigning and zoning required in BacNet
- Accuracy of receiving and monitoring the required scenario in BMS
- Accuracy of the BMS hardware connection with the FAS at specified points
- The accuracy of response from FAS contacts in BMS and scenario execution
- Checking the accuracy of integration points in BMS central software and implementation of all orders in the scenario.
- BMS and ACS connection via software
- Implement SDK in BMS and ACS software
- Right connection of BMS protocol with Elevator, Esclaor and Travelator
- Programmed blocks developed for the connection of BMS protocol with Elevator, Esclaor and Travelator
- Right connection of BMS with Jet fan, smoke control
- Monitoring the Jet fan, smoke control in BMS and the scenario at specific moments
- Programmed blocks developed for the connection of BMS protocol with Elevator, Esclaor and Travelator
- Specific monitoring on images in BMS software by OPC or SDK according to scenarios at specific moments
- Right implementation of the BMS monitoring and control system in the central and local control rooms
- Right monitoring of data indicators in BMS according to scenario
- Right announcement of time by Master Clock to the servers and equipment, for the correct operation of the BMS
- Right connection of BMS with Guest room and ERP, CMS

4-2 Fire Alarm System

- Right hardware connection between the FAS and ACS system according to the scenario
- Right performance of ACS scenario during fire
- Monitor the status of contacts and doors on the software of two systems
- Right hardware connection between the FAS and Elevator, Esclaor and Travelator according to the scenario
- Right hardware connection between the FAS and Smoke Control and JetFan according to the scenario
- Right connection of FAS and CCTV system as hardware contact and software SDK
- Control and supervision of all zones and equipment of the FAS in the main and secondary control rooms according to the scenario
- Monitoring the fire factors in the FAS system in the main and secondary control rooms according to the scenario
- Monitoring of fire factors in the FAS system in Data Center according to scenario
- Right announcement of time by Master Clock for all FAS fire equipment
- Right connection of FAS system with city network phone

4-3 Access Control System

- Right connection of ACS with CCTV via the hardware contacts
- Right connection of ACS with CCTV via software patches and Onvif protocol standard
- Supervising all equipment and control elements in the central and secondary control rooms
- Right connection of access control system and the equipping of all racks and centers in the data center
- Right Synchronization of all access control equipment by master clock system
- Implementation of ACS communication scenario with CMS and ERP

4-4 Elevators, Escalator and Travelator

- Check the performance of the Elevator, Esclaor and Travelator in the central and local control room
- Checking the accuracy of time for elevator, escalator and travelator synchronized by master clock

4-5 Smoke Control and Jet Fan System

- Accurate transmission of information and monitoring of all equipment of Smoke Control and JetFan in the central and local control rooms
- Checking the accuracy of time for all equipment of smoke control and jet fan synchronized by master clock

 

4-6 Video Surveillance System

- Monitoring on the factors and images of video surveillance in the main and secondary control rooms in accordance with the scenario
- Correct performance of all equipment in datacenter
- Checking the accuracy of time for all equipment of data center synchronized by master clock


4-7 Central Control Room

- Control and monitoring of CCTV, Smoke Control, JetFan, ACS, FAS, BMS, Navigation and tracking, SMATV, Wireless and Master Clock systems

4-8 Navigation and Tracking

- Right connection of navigation and tracking system with the video surveillance system



5 Engineering Services and Technical and Administrative Management

5.1 Service Planning and Determining the Method of Implementation

1. Dividing the plan into various projects and activities to assigne them to the contractors and equipment vendors
2. Determine the interconnection between disassociated services of contractors and equipment vendors and determine the responsibilities of each one
3. Provision of a general, detailed and aggregate timetable for implementation of the project (engineering, procurement, execution, etc.) in such a way that the impact of each contractor's performance on the performance of other contractors is measurable.
4. Select the method of implementation and obtain approval from the consultant
5. Identify and analysis of project risks
6. Provide a program for control of the project and monitor the implementation of systems

5-2 Allocation of Services (Except Employer Purchases and Design Contracts)

Allocation of required services of the project involves determining the process of selecting contractors, manufacturers and vendors as follows:
1. Determine the subject and scope of the services and prepare the description of the services and the specific conditions
2. Selection of contractors, manufacturers and vendors in accordance with the procedure approved by the consultant and employer
3. Provide the documents, contracts, and coordination between the employer and the contracting party for signing the contract. (Obviously, the consultant must approve the terms of the contract).

5-3 Management Services for Procurement of Materials and Equipment

1. Procurement of the list of materials (LOM) and equipment in such a way that the project can be carried out in accordance with the contract (one week after the conclution of the contract)
2. Provide list of suppliers and vendors of materials and equipment based on the vendor list approved by employer
3. Provide a schedule for purchasing project packages in accordance with the project general and detailed timetable.
4. Checking and confirming the general specifications of the materials and equipment to be used in the work in terms of compliance with technical specifications and execution plans, order times to comply with the detailed schedule and obtaining approval from the consultant before the purchase order.
5. Purchase of materials and equipment is as follows:
Provision of the list of small parts and purchase of these items are carried out by the manager in accordance with the technical specifications approved by the consultant and all purchasing invoices must be issued in the name of the employer.

Note 1: At the request of the consultant, a sample of items are delivered to the consultant for approval by the contract manager.
Major items (Employer Purchase Items): A contract is concluded with the vendors by the employer, but the contract manager is responsible for purchasing engineering services, monitoring delivery of items, warehousing, transferring in workshops and coordination of works. It should be noted that the list of these items is communicated to the contrac manager during the execution of the work.
6. Supervising the process of manufacturing goods and equipment, carrying out quality controls, technical inspections and factory tests in order to ensure compliance with technical standards.
7. Checking the adequacy of parts list provided by the manufacturers on the basis of the declared operating period by the employer.

5-4 Coordination, technical and Execution services

1. Delivery of workshop to selected contractors
2. Exmination and confirmation of the layout of equipment in the workshop done by the contractors according to the general plan for the workshop
3. Reviewing and verifying the proposed methods of contractors
4. Examining and confirming the executive agency of contractors in accordance with the organization proposed in the relevant contracts
5. Investigating and approving the plan for provision of human resources and machineries presented by contractors
6. Planning coordination meetings with the employer, consultants, contractors and other agents involved in the project and organizing these meetings on a regular basis, handling issues and barriers to the implementation of the work, registering the minutes of the decisions and pursuing their implementation
7. Review and find barriers to the implementation of the works provide solutions and follow up to eliminate them
8. Technical appraisal of equipment and confirming the competence of contractor agents and vendors
9. Technical appraisal and confirming the competence of contractor agents such as the head of the workshop and supervisors of operation
10. Provide safety instructions and conducting periodical visits on compliance with technical and safety instructions by contractors.
11. Control the entry and exit of materials, equipment and machinery and adjust the relevant minutes
12. Providing instructions on keeping materials and equipment in the workshop warehouse and moving them to the workshop, and periodic monitoring of how to store and move
13. Provide the list of spare parts and materials required during the operation period by determining the relevant period
14. Pursuing the provision of maintenance instructions and equipment management by suppliers, arranging and verifying the adequacy of these documents.
15. Establishing coordination between project operations and other plans that have a link and interaction with the project
16. Control the competence and technical skills of those involved in sensitive work such as welding
17. Control of the entry and exit of materials, equipment and machinery and provide the relevant minutes


5-5 Quality Management Services

1. Provide procedures and workflow for quality controls and monitor its implementation
2. Control the calibration of the tools and equipment used in operation
3. Ensure the installation of quality control systems
4. Carry out the necessary inspections through the relevant specialized companies to audit the quality of design, supervision, procurement, construction and installation activities.
5. In order to coordinate and expedite the activities of the project contractors, the quality control agents, the contract manager, the agents of the client (technical representative of the employer) will be present at all stages including issuing licenses, agenda and etc.
6. Carrying out periodic inspections and verification of executed tasks with designs and technical specifications, standards and procedures, and verifying their implementation before the next steps, and coordination with the consultant and employer, and providing appropriate and corrective solutions for possible problems
7. Measure deformations, displacements, and control of permissible tolerances
8. Control of materials and equipment during the entrance to the workshop in order to ensure their quantitative and qualitative compliance with technical specifications and standards, and to set up the minutes of entering materials and equipment
9. Instructions for correcting defective tasks and tracking their fixes
10. Check the specifications of the materials and equipment to be used in the work in terms of compliance with technical specifications and operational plans before and after the purchase order and before use
11. Preparation of the plan and order of testing; control and confirmation of the diversity of tests of materials, equipment and work performed by determining the type of test and their location
12. Controlling and verifying the process of conducting tests, their results and communicating the agenda to the contractor for the repair of materials, equipment and defective works.
13. Supervision over the delivery of materials and equipment to the contractor and the contractor to review and comment on compliance with technical specifications and operational plans before the purchase order and before use

5-6 Time Management

1. Examine the detailed plans proposed by the executive agents (contractors, etc.) in each stage of the project in order to coordinate with the project detailed schedule.
2. Project control in various sectors (engineering, logistics, construction, installation and implementation) based on a confirmed and detailed program by using an up-to-date software.
3. Manage removal of non-conformities arising in the workshop operations and take compensatory measures
4. Revision and weekly update of the detailed timetable according to the progress of work and based on received reports and analyzes.
5. Review the daily, weekly, and monthly progress reports by summarizing the report of the contractors and equipment vendors, comparing the operations performed with the timetable, analyzing the reasons for the deviation from the timetable, providing a solution for compensation and providing the final report to the consultant and the employer.
6. Establishment of a communication network between the Project Control Team of the Contract Manager and the Consultant Project Control Team

5-7 Cost Management
1. Prepare and submit a detailed quantity surveying and estimating manual for each part of the work at the right time so that the violation in the implementation of the work would not done in accordance with the detailed timetable approved.
2. Checking and approving prepayment installments to contractors, manufacturers and vendors
3. Review and comment on bills and statements of contractors, manufacturers and vendors
4. Issuance of the release of the guarantee of contractors, manufacturers and vendors after ensuring complete delivery of the services or goods subject to the contract for the notification by the employer
5. Controlling changes in the value of additional work or contract defects
6. Determine the remaining amount of the work when required by the employer.
7. Perform the necessary steps to settle accounts with contractors, manufacturers and vendors
8. Final report of the various costs incurred for the project by the breakdown and the final costs of construction, installation and execution and other cost reports according to the advice of the consultant and the employer.

5-8 Safety Management

1. Formulate specific guidelines for health, safety and environment in accordance with the subject and location of the project and obtaining approval from the consultant and the employer.
2. Ensure the establishment of health, safety and environmental control systems and compliance with all legal and contractual matters.
3. Exactly implement the public and private guidelines for health, safety and environment.
4. Monitoring the performance of responsible agents in executive activities to zero incidents and work-related injuries by controlling or eliminating unsafe conditions as well as protecting the environment.
5. Review and control the health, safety and environmental regulations of the contractor and ensure their compliance.
6. Provide periodic reports according to format and timetable approved by the consultant and employer.

5-9 Management of Contractual Affaires

1. Provide a timetable for outsourcing of work packages and contracts in accordance with the detailed timetable approved.
2. Preparation of the necessary documents for the conclusion of contracts with contractors, manufacturers, vendors and other agents including the quantity surveying and estimating brochure and specification of the package for the purchase of the relevant consumables and ... and the drafting of the relevant contract and its presentation to the consultant and the employer for approval and signing the contract.
3. Review and comment on the type, amount and manner of repayment of the guarantee of contracts of agents including contractors, manufacturers, vendors and other agents.
4. Providing contract notices (warning, fines, suspensions, etc.) to notify them by the employer.
5. Concerning the Employer, in addition to the items described in the preceding paragraph of this Service Description, viewing the contract and its conformation with the technical and timely matters and the implementation process are the responsibility of the Contractor.
6. Determine the type and amount of insurance policies of contractors, manufacturers, vendors and other agents, and follow up the establishment of a variety of insurance coverage and address insurance issues in the event of damage.
7. Review and comment on the contractual changes and its consequences, and obtain the approval of the consultant and the employer regarding the contractual changes.
8. Imposition of legal, financial and time consequences of technical and engineering changes in related contracts.
9. Preparation and documentation of the contract changes.
10. Review and comment on the claims of contractors, manufacturers, vendors and other agents.
11. Review and comment on delays report at different stages.
12. Investigation and declaration of violations and rewards in accordance with the provisions of the contract.
13. Ensure the fulfillment of all contractual obligations and services
14. Issuance of required certificates for final settlement with all agents based on certificates of related specialized departments.
15. Perform a temporary and definitive delivery process.
16. Perform the tasks of the employer's representation at the guarantee period.
17. Analysis and review of contractual issues and comments on claims of contractors and equipment vendors and other agents and cooperation with the consultant and employer in the settlement of disputes.

5-10 Management on Delivery and Implementation Services

1. Reviewing and commenting on the readiness of contractors, manufacturers, vendors and other agents for temporary delivery and exploitation of the subject of the relevant contracts or declaration of non-preparedness with a list of deficiencies that prevented the operation.
2. Setting the project delivery schedule and providing a list of tests.
3. Provision of the temporary delivery minutes and a list of defects of contractors, manufacturers, vendors signed by the representatives of the employer, the consultant, the contract manager and the contractors.
4. Provide defect removal guidelines in accordance with the consultant and employer opinion.
5. Pursuing and coordinating for fulfillment of the obligations of contractors, manufacturers, vendors and other agents during the guarantee period and eliminating deficiencies and inconsistencies.
6. Announcement regarding the elimination of deficiencies announced before entering the final delivery stage and obtaining approval from the consultant and the employer.
7. Review and comment on the collection of facilities and temporary buildings and the removal of extra materials and equipment and the cleaning of the workshop.
8. Collection, examination, approval and presentation of project documents, including as-built drawings, technical specifications, instructions, manuals for the use of facilities and equipment, etc. to the consultant and the employer and obtain the necessary approval.
9. Provide engineering measures for the accurate implementation of the implemantation process and obtaining the necessary approval from the consultant and the employer.
10. Presentation of the final book upon completion of the whole project at the time of temporary delivery to the employer and the consultant.
11. The necessary coordination of the consultant to provide gradually the necessary documents for the delivery of work to the client.
12. Implement a precise census system of contractors
13. Preparation of the types of procedures and forms required for engineering and executive activities for approval and action.
14. Periodic inspection and monitoring of the performance of the project during the experimental period (guarantee period)
15. Control and oversee the fullfilment of the duties of contractors and other agents involved in the project during the guarantee period.
16. Addressing deficiencies and defects in the guarantee period, providing them with a list, and monitoring their elimination by related factors.
17. Cooperation with the employer and the client for the correct implementation of the procedures and operation instructions.
18. Ensure that disadvantages are resolved and confirm the readiness for definitive delivery at the end of the guarantee period.
19. Preparation of the final delivery minutes of contractors, manufacturers, vendors, signed by the representatives of the employer, the consultant, the contract manager and the contractor.

 


5-11 Documentation

1. Examination, classification and maintenance of documents, minutes and other documents produced during the implementation of the project.
2. Documentation of the contractor's actions during the implementation of the project.
3. Declare the adequacy of the as-built drawings, documents produced by contractors, manufacturers, vendors and other agents for presentation to the consultant and the employer.
4. Provide compiled documentation.
5. Documentation of cases arising from the temporary use of the process.
6. Provide the consultants and employers with easy access to documentation.

5-12 Engineering

All engineering sevices and the required designs for the project for all planned and intended spaces of the employer is done by contract manager. The main description of the services is as follows:
1. Study and design services
Group 1: Changes the employer wants in preliminary designs in terms of the use (change in use of first floor parking p1, installation room R1, part of Western car park R2, etc.)
Group 2: Added spaces (such as underground parking)
Group 3: Available spaces in the design (such as cinema, SOUQ, exhibition, etc.)

5-12-1 First Stage (Studies and Preliminary Design)

1. Collect information and conduct basic studies:
- Negotiate and discuss with the technical representative of the employer and obtain information about his current and future needs regarding the use of spaces in all three groups.
- Collection of information from the spaces in the first and second groups and the study of the effects of changes or spaces added to the use of surrounding spaces and the entire building
- Collection of information on facilities available in the premises of the three groups, such as access to the communication network, water, electricity, gas, telecommunications, sewage, fire extinguishing facilities and emergency evacuation of the building, and the observance of safety regulations in the existing situation as well as the possibility of expansion of above networks conform to the new requirements.
Note: If the results of these studies confirm the inappropriateness of the employer's actions regarding the spaces in the first and second groups, it is necessary for the contract manager to notify the employer, with the alternatives.
- Investigating the effect of climatic and environmental factors on possible changes in the outer crust of the building and related spaces
- Review and, if necessary, determine Qibla direction in existing spaces, altered or under construction
2. Surveys, General Characteristics, Terms and Conditions:
- Collecting information and reviewing the common architecture in the entire building to create harmony with the architecture of the spaces contained in all three groups.
- Reviewing urban planning regulations and approved urban plans for their application to the first and second group spaces. Construction or modification of the project spaces (use) and the formulation of the effect of regulations in project studies.
- Specifying the criteria, regulations and standards that will be used in the design of the architecture, structural calculations and installation of all three groups.
3. Study on building materials and construction methods:
- Examining the types of building materials and facilities and forecasting how they are used in implementing the spaces of all three groups in order to coordinate with other existing and adjacent spaces.
- Collecting information on how to build existing components of the building

4. Check the system of facilities and equipment required
- Review and study the required facilities for the spaces of all three groups, according to the building status, technical requirements and the available facilities in the approved preliminary design.

5. Physical planning, studies and architectural design
- Performing necessary studies and presenting the spatial plan as well as a detailed physical plan for the spaces listed in the three groups:
In this section of the services, the spaces and levels of floor area, their distribution in different spaces, how these spaces are used, and the relationships between different parts of space, are determined and presented with the necessary graphs.
- Provide diagrams and relationships of different components of each space individually, in order to identify horizontal and vertical connections and the performance of each part.
- Final studies of vertical and horizontal connection inside the space in each of the three groups, taking into account the performance of each interior space and the requirements for establishment, lighting, storey density, installation systems, equipment, safety regulations, fire prevention and emergency evacuation, and so on.

6. Preparing a schematic plan and preparing a report:
- Designing a general representation of the spaces in each of the three groups showing the number of possible levels, their placement, vertical and horizontal connections, and the like.
• Conclusion of studies and surveys, compilation and preparation of a standard preliminary study report for the approval of consultant and the employer.

7. Additional studies:
- Determine the number and type of tests and services that must be done by the employer according to the schedule and suggest their completion

8. Studies on facilities and equipment specifications:
- Determine the design principles of the project facility according to the use of each building or spaces, demographic calculation, operation and special design requirements.
- Study various facility systems and estimate the total needs of the facilities as follows, and the technical, and economic examination of each and the choosing the best option:
• Health facilities, including hot and cold water, collecting and disposing of wastewater, collecting and disposing of rain water, collecting and disposing of waste, fire fighting, water supply, irrigation, gas supply, special facilities, such as water, steam or gases used for special applications of the project.
• Heating installations, air conditioning, including heating systems, air conditioning, supply and distribution of heat and cold energy, fire extinguishing, jet fans, facility rooms, pumping stations, ice skating facilities, lake facilities, sewage treatment plant and ...
• Installation for electricity, lighting, lighting and communication including lighting intensity, type of lighting and electrification method suitable for each space, estimating the amount of ordinary and emergency power needed for the project, and the way to supply and distribute it. Communications and news systems, such as telephone and network, CCTV, fire alarm, audio and so on. Safety systems, including surge arrester and ground connection and BMS, PMS, etc.
- Provide an installation plan
- Specification of equipment and technical-economical examination of the equipment and provision of the proposal along with the determination of the requirements of the building and its related facilities.
9. Preparation of preliminary designs and studies reports including:
- Building plan and access ways for drivers and pedestrians
- Roof plan of all buildings
- View all aspects of the building by showing the façade-building materials
- Longitudinal and transverse sections of required parts
- Detailed architectural drawings of important parts
- Preliminary drawings of the installation network including the layout plan of the equipment in the secondary and main machine rooms, determine the route of energy distribution systems, as well as the schematic diagram of the pipelines for energy distribution systems and the prediction of other specific requirements of the installations affecting the architecture and structure of the project.
- General specification of consumable materials in plaste work, facades, landscape, and the specifications of facilities and equipment


- Estimate cost of project implementation for buildings and facilities, according to technical specifications of buildings, premises, facilities and equipment, based on the latest booklets of unit price issued by the management and planning organization in cubic meter of infrastructure, and by comparing its costs with the cost of similar buildings, for a part or the whole project.
••• Preparation of documents and submission of reports on additional studies in standard form for the examination and approval of the consultant and employer.

5-12-2 Second Stage - Preparation of Operation Plan

Studies of this stage will be done according to the documents and reports approved in the first stage, as follows. According to the studies, including the documents and reports of the first stage, the contract director carries out any supplementary studies or conducts coordination among various parts of the architectural design, structure (spaces containing skylight, facade and glass entrance), mechanical and electrical facilities. At this stage, if further studies are needed on mapping and testing, it will be carried out with the proposal of the contract manager and approval of the consultant and the employer.
1. Performing technical calculations and preparing shop drawings
- The technical calculations required for architectural works, mechanical and electrical installations of spaces (new uses) and premises, and the preparation of a complete shop drawing by selecting the appropriate scale, in which there is no ambiguity in the presentation of various parts and components of the plan, containing all information, axes, size and coding required and relevant specifications is carried out as follows.
- The dimensions, location and coordinates of all holes affecting architectural and structural works, shafts, canals, ceilings and false floors, as well as all structural and installation components must be carefully designed in architectural, structural, and installation plans.
- Working details of architectural and engineering works
- Plasterwork tables for all interior spaces (new uses) and complete specifications of plasterwork
- Specifications of electrical and mechanical devices and their details, together with diagrams and and tables, such as the flow diagram, control panel table, riser diagrams or isometric designs of the systems, etc. according to the needs of the project
2. Providing technical specifications
- The general technical specification required to be followed in the project is determined by the subject, number and issuing date and the issuer.
- Private specifications required for the project are Included in the technical drawings or technical checklist.

3. Estimate the cost of operation
- Provide a detailed quantity surveying of project works and preparing an estimating table of the costs of various works, in terms of buildings, electrical installations, mechanical facilities and equipment, broken down by different buildings and premises, using the unit pricelist issued by the Management and Planning Organization, with due observance of all criteria and guidelines.

4. Provide Project Charter
- This charter includes a description of the project, a summary of the information and statistics used in the plans, the main characteristics of the project, including the floor area, the cost of the operation, the estimated unit price of the buildings and the area, the method of implementation, possible changes compared to the information of the first stage, and justification of applied changes, etc.

5. Submission of documentation and report of the second stage as follows:
- Project charter
- Technical calculations (one copy)
- Quantity surveying manual (one copy)
- Specifications as described in the service description
- Price lists and quantities
- Shop drawing
- Test and implementaion instructions
- Maintenance Instructions

6. Obtaining approval for all sections of this stage from the technical representative of the employer.

7. Engineering Supply Services
- Identify and encode common devices and equipment used in the project
- Preparation and completion of Technical Information Sheets according to technical specifications
- Identify and present a list of domestic and foreign qualified vendors for approval by the employer
- Provide test and implementation instructions
- Provide spare parts list if needed
- Preparation of technical documents for purchase from local and foreign manufacturers of devices and equipment
- Answers to the technical questions of the manufacturers
- Technical negotiation with manufacturers, vendors, and selection of qualified manufacturers and vendors approved by the consultant and employer.
- Providing technical attachments for the contracts with vendors or manufacturers
- Review the manufacturer’s designs and giving approvals for production
- Manage the technical inspection of domestic and foreign goods with the help of quality control representatives (the inspector for the inspection of the goods is selected by the employer)
- Specify the type of domestic and foreign goods packaging
- Determine the date for taking the delivery of goods at the workshop

3. Shop and As-built drawings
Collecting, controlling and confirming as-built and shop drawing provided by contractors and presenting them in 3 copies to the consultant and employer. Obviously, if the Contractor does not provide the above drawings, the contract manager is committed to correcting and presenting it and will not be paid for it.


4. Provide the BIM of the project in accordance with the grade and level intended by the employer
-Provide the BIM of the project in accordance with the grade and level intended by the employer
- Full 3D model of the project based on Building Information Modeling (BIM) for operation and future maintenance of the building.
- Extract the overlap in structure, architecture, facility and ...other parts based on the 3D model
- Create virtual project contractor with BIM model
- Complete delivery of the integrated model to the employer in a step-by-step manner, in which the changes are based on as-built designs.

 

 

 

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