Manual of Sewer Condition Classification - 4th Edition January 2004
This was one of the first methods of coding information from sewer inspections in a standardised way suitable for use with computer databases. The concept has since been adopted in many other countries. This document, now in its fourth edition, brings the experience from over 25 years of experience of use in the UK as well as experience from some other countries.
Model forms of contract provide a cost effective way of letting specialised contracts. They give both the client and the contractor confidence in the contract, reducing costs to both parties. This document, builds on earlier documents, brings the experience from over 15 years of experience in sewer condition surveys.
Copies of the document may be obtained from WRc Water & Environment Bookshop.
Amendments are sometimes necessary. The following amendments have been issued by WRc.
Amendment 1 – Issued October 2004
Three additional boxes have been included on the header form - Client Defined 1-3. These boxes are to be used where this is specified by the Client. The Client will also specify the way they are to be used.
The revised header form may be downloaded from the below: (Under -MSCC4 Final 21 Oct 04-header 2.pdf).
Amendment 2 – Issued October 2004
Minor amendments to the January 2004 version - Note: these amendments are already included in the October 2004 reprint. These copies have the text "Reprinted with minor amendments. October 2004" on the copyright page.
A document containing a list of the amendments may be downloaded below: (Under -Amendment Sheet No.2 Oct 2004.pdf)
Amendment 3 – Issued January 2006
Amendments to the October 2004 version.
A document containing a list of the amendments may be downloaded below: (Under -Amendment Sheet No.3 Jan 2006.pdf)