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IRC:SP:19-2001

MANUAL FOR SURVEY, INVESTIGATION AND
PREPARATION OF ROAD PROJECTS

Published by

INDIAN ROADS CONGRESS
Jamnagar House, Shahjahan Road,

New Delhi-HOOOI

2001

Price Rs.320/-
(plus packing and postage)

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IRC:SP: 19-2001

First Published
First Revision

December, 1997
December, 2001

(Rights of Publication and of Translation are Reserved)

Printed at Nutan Printers, New Delhi
(1000 copies)

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population centres, existing or prospective industrial centres, etc. Also, discuss points of
general importance, like, high banks, heavy cuttings, nature of gradients, radii of curves,
sight distance, nature of soil along that alignment, etc.

(iii) Roadland, roadway, carriageway and other cross-section elements

Discuss the proposals r~garding right-of-way, acquisition of structures alongside roadway,
carriageway width, etc. In the case of existing roads, compare the cross-sectional elements
with the existing widths.

(iv) In case of the existing roads or where relevant, the above subject should cover aspects, such
as, road inventory, road condition survey, geo-technical investigations, bridge inventory
study, bridge condition survey, etc.

17.2.6. Pavement studies

(i) Road Design

Bring out the special features of road design, e.g., fixation of grade line vis-a-vis HFLlWater
table, high embankments, treatment of cut sections, design of road junctions, removal of
geometric deficiencies in the case of existing roads, remedial measures for land-side prone
location, etc. Attach design calculations where necessary. Discuss any deviations from the
prescribed standards, with reasons for the same.

(ii) Pavement Design

Present the soil investigation data for pavement design in a tabular form (including Benkelman
Beam deflection data, if collected in the case of existing roads). Discuss the methodology of
collecting these data and bring out the pavement design proposals with respect to tpe
alternatives considered.

(iii) Masonry Works (other than C.D. Works)

Bring out the proposal for retaining walls, breast walls, pitching, parapet walls, railings, etc.
Attach design calculation where required.

17.2~ 7. Designs standards and specifications: Give reference to the standard ·specifications,
in accordance with which the works are proposed to be executed. Highlight where any modifications are
proposed or special specifications are advocated.

17.2.8. Drainage facilities including cross-drainage structures

(i) Discuss the investigations carried out for designing the drainage measures and pring out the
salient points in respect of H.F.L., water-table, ponded water level, seepage flows, closure
periods incase of canals, etc.

(ii) Give details of the surface/sub-surface drainage measures proposed, e.g., longitudinal side
drains, catch water drains, longitudinal transverse sub-drains, blanket courses, etc. Attach
design calculations/drawings as necessary.

(iii) Highlight if any special measures are proposed to check soil erosion and assist soil conservation.

(iv) Discuss the proposal regarding small cross-drainage structure~i.e., culverts. Give details of
the proposed structures in a tabular form with cross reference to the standard designs adopted
on the detailed drawings enclosed. The table should also indicate special features Of each
structures like design HFL, deck level, waterway, etc. Attach water-way calculations.·

(v) In case of improvement to existing roads list out the cross-drainage structures proposed to be
improved/widened/reconstructed with details of improvement and justifications.

(vi) State whether the structures to be built with regard to standard designs. If so, give reference
to the relevant drawings. Otherwise, attach design calculations and drawings.

17.2.9. Environmental and social consideration including R&R: Significant beneficial and
detrimental impact ofthe proposed works on the environment in terms of air pollution, damage to life

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system, stream pollution, soil erosion, drainage pattern, landscaping, etc. Discuss the planning and design
measures proposed to minimise/eliminate the adverse effects. Discuss also the resettlement and rehabilitation
action plan.

17.2.10. Material, labour and equipment

(i) Materials

Present the results of the soil and materials survey with reference to various sections of the
road, bringing out clearly the sources from which the materials are to be obtained and their
suitability of use in the works. Attach borrow material charts, quarry charts, results of tests
on materials, etc. Discuss the facilities for transport of materials, and how these are to be
provided.

(ii) Labour

Discuss the requirements oflabour for the work,whether it is to be imported, skilled labour
needed, housing facilities, etc.

(iii) Equipment

List the total equipment required for the implementation of the project. The list of equipment
required to be maintained after construction, like, settlement gauge for high embankments.

17.2.11. Rates and cost estimates

(i) Give reference to the Schedule of Rates adopted and the year of its publication. Indicate
whether the schedule is current or any corrections have to be applied. The schedule of rates
must be realistic including the cost of machinery input, etc. to avoid revision of estimates.

(ii) Bring out the items for which suitable rates are not available in the schedule and for such items
give reference to the analysis of rates attached to the estimate.

17.2.12. Economic and financial analysis (where required): The DPR must contain the
economic analysis carried out establishing the viability ofthe project. For details a para 10.9 may be
referred to. Where required, fmancial analysis may also be given.

17.2.13. Construction programming

(i) Mention whether the work is proposed to be executed departmentally or through contract,
period proposed for completion of the project. Constraints, if any which might possibly upset
this schedule may be mentioned and plan to encounter them discussed.

(ii) Draw up a construction schedule, either in the form of a bar chart or on the basis of critical
path method (CPM). For details of the latter, reference may be made to IRC Special Publication
No.l4.

(iii) Cash flow requirements for the proposed construction schedule should be mentioned.

17.2.14. Miscellaneous items

(i) Wayside Amenities: To increase the efficiency of work of truck drivers, for provision of better
comfort and hygienic conditions at rest places to make essential items needed during travel,
like, good food, first-aid, medical assistance, recreation, essential repair items for vehicles of
both truckers as well as travelling passengers and tourists rest places with wayside amenities
are required to be provided at suitable intervals. Complexes with wayside amenities for truck
drivers, cleaners and other people attached to the carrier vehicles and also complexes with
passenger oriented amenities are constructed for this purpose. These complexes also may
provide at reasonable charges telephones, reading rooms, recreation and indoor sports roo~s
'in addition to rest place, toilet, refuelling and repair arrangements. The average distance
between the complexes and their size and capacity will be determined by the intensity of the
traffic flow along the highway.

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