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Table of Contents1INTRODUCTION..............................................................................................................32TASK 1..............................................................................................................................32.1P1 EARTHWORKS ACTIVITIES, EQUIPMENT AND TECHNIQUES................32.1.1Earthmoving and Excavation Tools.....................................................................32.1.2Demolition............................................................................................................42.1.3Loading and excavation.......................................................................................42.1.4Transport and deposit...........................................................................................52.2P2 METHODS AND TECHNIQUES TO CREATE COMPLEX FOUNDATIONS,PILING WORKS AND DRAINAGE WORKS....................................................................52.3P3 CULVERT DESIGN, UNDERPASS CONSTRUCTION, AND SERVICEPROVISIONING APPROACHES AND TECHNIQUES.....................................................62.3.1Construction of a road overpass...........................................................................62.4M1 LARGE-SCALE, DYNAMIC EARTHMOVING APPROACHES ANDTECHNIQUES.......................................................................................................................62.5D1 APPROACHES AND METHODS FOR DEALING WITH FIELD ANDSLOPE STABILISATION PROBLEMS..............................................................................73TASK 2..............................................................................................................................73.1P4 HAZARDS, RISKS AND SAFETY ARRANGEMENTS TO CONDUCTEXCAVATIONS, WORKING IN CONFINED SPACES, WORKING ONSTRUCTURES AND WORKING IN TEMPORARY WORKS ON HIGHWAYS............73.1.1Risks and Hazards................................................................................................73.1.2Deep excavation techniques and methods for secure and efficient operations....73.1.3Plans for Risk.......................................................................................................73.1.4Risk evaluations...................................................................................................73.2M2 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING-RELATED HEALTH AND SAFETY LAWSAND STANDARDS OF CONDUCT....................................................................................83.3D2 HAZARDS FROM CIVIL ENGINEERING ACTIVITIES.................................8
4TASK 3..............................................................................................................................94.1P6. EVALUATING THE ENVIRONMENTAL, QUALITY, GEOTECHNICALAND ECONOMIC CONTEXTS OF A GIVEN CIVIL ENGINEERING PROCESS.........94.2P7 SOLUTION TO CIVIL ENGINEERING PROBLEM..........................................94.3M3 EXPLAIN HOW THE PLAN ADDRESSES CULTURAL, GEOTECHNICAL,QUALITY, AND ECONOMIC ISSUES.............................................................................105TASK 4............................................................................................................................105.1P8 DESCRIBE THE PROCESSES AND PROCEDURES UTILISED IN THECONSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAYS..................................................................................105.1.1Gravel Based Roads...........................................................................................105.1.2Concrete Based Roads........................................................................................115.2P9 CREATING A CONCEPTUAL PLAN FOR A MODERN INFRASTRUCTUREPROJECT IN CIVIL ENGINEERING................................................................................126CONCLUSIONS..............................................................................................................127References........................................................................................................................13LIST OF FIGURESFigure 2-1: Earth working Excavation Equipment’s.................................................................4Figure 2-2: Stages of Piling........................................................................................................6Figure 4-1: Civil Engineering Problem Solving and Design Process......................................12Figure 5-1: Gravel Roads.........................................................................................................13Figure 5-2: Concrete Road.......................................................................................................14
1INTRODUCTIONCivil engineering is the discipline that promotes the development of plans, building, andmaintenance of infrastructures in order to better the world. The fundamentals of civilengineering are focused on the design methods and practices that are considered whendeveloping various structures, Roadways and other environmental systems, for example.Construction works are tasks that are carried out in single units in order to achieve completebuilding growth. It's important to keep in mind that the focus of the paper is on raisingawareness of the different activities and knowledge required to carry out the implementationof a major construction project in Lok Wo Sha, Shatin, Hong Kong.2TASK 12.1P1 EARTHWORKS ACTIVITIES, EQUIPMENT AND TECHNIQUESCivil engineering involves a number of procedures that must be followed in order to performcivil engineering operations. Conducting earthwork events is one such operation. Theearthwork operations have been determined to be focused on the removal of areas of theearth's surface that include a significant volume of soil or rocks. In structural engineering, theearthworks method considers the necessary area to evacuate throughout order to complete therelevant building technique. Managing or guiding the system-based implementation oftenassists at the beginning of a project that creates a long-term successful framework such thatthe required system-based changes can be created more effectively. The directive preparationrequirements and taking into account the required movement in this section often aid inmanaging the formative job implications. Compaction of road materials and projection ofimproved long-term assistance often initiates involved work activities that indulge in morepreparation.The core concept behind earthwork manufacturing is to excavate land into a desirable statethat can be used to carry out every building operation.2.1.1Earthmoving and Excavation ToolsExcavation and earthmoving are needed to log earthwork tasks in order to make successfuluse of resources that will aid in the construction of earthwork operations or the excavationmethod. The excavation and earthmoving method focus on the types of tools that are requiredto ensure that the earthwork and earthmoving operations run smoothly.
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