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1. General description of project activity ..................................................................................... 4 1.1 Title of the project ............................................................................................................. 4 1.2 Description of the project ................................................................................................... 4 1.3 Detail of physical location ................................................................................................. 5 2. Understanding of scope of work .............................................................................................. 6 2.1 Scope of work ................................................................................................................... 6 3. Technical Approach ................................................................................................................ 7 3.1 Basic Construction part ...................................................................................................... 7 3.2 Basic Construction for fan ................................................................................................. 9 3.3 Fan Installation ................................................................................................................ 10 3.4 Transformer Installation................................................................................................... 11 3.5 Electrical Installation ....................................................................................................... 12 3.6 Central Control Equipment Installation…...

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