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Estimation Type Original Estimation
Approved Estimation Improvement of damaged Pathway from Mahadarwaja to Holicha Mal at Raigad fort, Dist Raigad (Civil Deposit Work )
Plan/Non-Plan New S.R Work
Project Name Improvement of damaged Pathway from Mahadarwaja to Holicha Mal at Raigad fort, Dist Raigad (Civil Deposit Work )
Region West Region
Circle Mumbai
Sub-Circle Pune Sub Circle
Monument 42a Mosque Near Tarapur Gate at Mandu (Sagar), Nalchha Distt. Dhar
Financial Year 2017-2018
Sub Head Of the Work Minor Work
Rate Analysis By ASI
Report Summary Name of the Work: Improvement of damaged Pathway from Mahadarwaja to Holicha Mal at Raigad fort, Dist Raigad (Civil Deposit Work )Phase-I Fund – Central Major Head Minor Head Detailed Head Art and Culture Archaeological Survey of India 8443 (Civil Deposit) Estimate Framed by Sr. Conservation Assistant, A.S.I. Raigad Sub Circle ,Raigad Probable cost of Rs. 9,08,44,952.00 BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The fort originally called Rairi, the fort is built on a large wedge separated from the main range by a ravine. The natural defenses by way of almost vertical scraps were further strengthened by ramparts and bastions. There were two main gates, Nana Darwaza and Maha Darwaza, both were flanked by bastions. The top is fairly flat and there are ruins of number of buildings. In 12th century A. D., it was the seat of the family of a paleyagar. In 1479, it passed to the Nizam Shahi rulers and continued under them until 1636. In 1648 it was given up to Shivaji’s partisans. In 1662 it was selected by Shivaji for his permanent capital and actual shifting of the capital to Raigad took place in 1670. After the death of Shivaji in 1680, the glory of Raigad declined and finally it was taken over by Col. Prother on the 10th May, 1818. The fort, which rises 820 metres (2,700 ft) above sea level, is located in the Sahyadri mountain range. Item No.1-: Earth work excavation for foundation by manually in Hard/Soft rock by chiselling, wedging, line drilling and lose soil for providing pathway and throwing the excavated materials beyond the work site etc. complete as directed by work in charge. Item No.2: Providing earthwork for filling the formation of pathway in the hilly area, conveying the earth by head load including filling, consolidation, spreading, compacting, layer by layer with water etc. complete as directed. Item No.3: Providing and laying in-situ cement concrete in proportion 1:3:6 in 20mm hard metal for foundation and stone flooring including curing etc. complete as directed. Item No.4 : Providing and laying two line dressed stone pathway in trap of size not less than 0.45x0.30 x 0.10 to 0.15 mt. thick obtained from approved quarry including conveyance of material by head load, fixing in the cement mortar 1:3 etc, curing etc complete as directed. Item No. 5: Providing and laying two line dressed stone steps of size 0.45 x 0.30 x 0.20 mtr. obtained from approved quarry including conveyance of material by head load etc .and fixing in CM 1:3, curing etc. complete as directed. Item No.6 : Providing & Constructing foundation for parapet/side walls along with the pathway and steps in UCR stone masonry with trap stone in cement mortar 1:5 including racking out joints for providing pointing curing etc., complete as directed. (Below G.L) Item No.7 : Providing and constructing parapet/side walls along with the pathway and steps in CR/Khandki stone masonry in cement mortar 1:3 including racking out joints for providing pointing curing etc., complete as directed. (Above G.L) Item No. 8: Providing recess pointing with Lime mortar 1:2 for UCR masonry including conveyance of material and curing etc. complete as directed. Item No. 9:Providing and fixing the benches for the sitting arrangements to visitors by using the CR Stone slab of size 1.20 x 0.50 x 0.15 mt. as a Horizontal piece and vertical post as a support of size 0.80 x 0.40 x 0.15 mt. obtained from approved quarry including conveyance of material by head load etc .and fixing in CM 1:3, curing etc. complete as directed Item No. 10 : Providing and fixing round two line dressed coping stone of size 0.45 X 0.30 X 0.20 Mtr. thickness in ancient pattern, stone obtained from approved quarry including lead and lift necessary dressing fixing in position over the cement mortar 1: 3 neatly pointing with same mortar, curing etc. complete as directed. Item No. 11. Providing and laying cement concrete pipe of IS 458-1988 Np-2 for V. R. & D. R. Class in proper line level and slope including providing fixing collars in cement mortar 1:2 etc., complete [ b) 600 mm ]. Item No. 12. Provision for purchase of materials required for execution of work. Item No. 13. Provision for engaging casual labour for watch and ward duty at the during the night period for the safety of the materials. Item No. 14. Provision for engaging supervisor /Mason due to shortage of Government staff. Item No. 15. Drawing documentation, Photographic documentation, Topographical survey and other expenses. Item No. 16 Providing and fixing the Direction, culture notice board and signage’s over Stainless Steel or Brass plate with etching etc. complete. Item No. 17. Provision for Escalation Charges of Labour and Material etc. (The Work is assumed that completed in next Two years to Three years hence the Provision for the escalation is Kept.) Item No. 18. Contingency 5 %
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Funded By 6920
Estimate Framed By Sr.Conservation Assistant Raigad Sub Circle, Raigad
Estimate Approved By Superintending Archaeologist Archaeological Survey of India Mumbai Circle, Mumbai
Estimate Checked By Asst. Suptg. Archl. Engineer Archaeological Survey of India Mumbai Circle, Mumbai
Estimated Cost 90,844,952
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Date of Visit 03-22-2017
Time 03:30
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Estimated Start Date 03-22-2017
Estimated End Date 03-22-2017
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