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Dedicated to my respected parents and to my ideal institute !!!!

It is obvious that this project w2ork needs the support of may people. So, I am grateful to all my respected teachers of department of civil Engineering of our institute BHT & this project report is dedicated to innumerable people and KAMLESH colleagues who spends numerous hours reading my manuscript and providing me with helpful comments and their perennial encouragement

CIVAL ENGINEERING (MAJOR PROJECT WORK REPORT)


FAIZ MOHAMMAD Civil Engineering VI semester Seasion 2012-13

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1- Certificate 2- Preface 3- Acknowledgement 4- Project Objective 5- Type I Building 6- Construction 7- Surveying & Leveling 8- Design of Structural 9- Member 10- Specification 11- P.W.D Schedule Rate 12- Detail Estimating 13- Abstract of Cost 14- Total Cost of Project 15- Drawing

A project report is prepared by an expert after detailed study and analysis of the various aspects of a project. It acts as a guide to management especially at the initial stage to know whether the technical, commercial, financial and economic conditions are feasible or not.

This project report contains structural specification, estimating & costing of material for type I residential building and explained in several chapters.

Project report is a written document pertaining to any investment proposal. It contains relevant data. On the basis of which the project has been appraised and found relevant to the entrepreneur. This Project report can be shown to the bankers or other financial institutions to acquire financial assistance. The efficiency of the project is decided by other Organization and suppliers on the basis of the project report. If he is deviating from what was decided earthier.

CERTIFICATE
I have the pleasure in certifying that FAIZ MOHAMMAD is an ideal student of 6th semester of the civil engineering, Shree Dev Bhoomi Institute Of Education Science & Technology (Dehradun). He has completed his major project work report entitled Structural Design, Estimating & Costing of Material for Type- I Residential Building. This dissertation work is fulfills the requirement of the curriculum prescribed by Uttarakhand Board of technical Education for the said course of Major Project Work the evaluation and consideration for the award of diploma to the student. I wish him all the success for glorious future.

Mr. Manoj Thapliyal HEAD OF DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING.

CERTIFICATE
I have the pleasure in certifying that FAIZ MOHAMMAD is an ideal student of 6th semester of the civil engineering, Shree Dev Bhoomi Institute Of Education Science & Technology (Dehradun). He has completed his major project work report entitled Structural Design, Estimating & Costing of Material For Type- I Residential Building. This dissertation work is fulfills the requirement of the curriculum prescribed by Uttarakhand Board of technical Education for the said course of Major Project Work the evaluation and consideration for the award of diploma to the student. I wish him all the success for glorious future.

Mr. Kuldeep Varma (LECTURER) DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING.

Planning is essential for achieving any pre-determined objective. It is however seen that inspire of planning majority of the project do not keep up their original time schedule and their completion cost is also higher as compared with the estimated cost A successful engineer needless to say, must be adept structural design to familiar design. With the growing Advanced technology and increasing sixe complexity of modern projects, sound and effective method of planning and control assume great importance. We have therefore to overruns thought quicker more responsive and integrated control. Technical and scientific knowledge of building construction takes new strides from year to year so much so that it is almost impossible for the modern engineer to keep at least one of the new development in the field. It give me immense pleasure in presenting this project which is real assistance in this context as it incorporates the results of modern construction in a selective manner pointing out its pitfalls and way of avoiding such failures those occur in building construction. The purpose of this project is to present design, structural specification, estimating &costing of material for type-I residential building for said course Diploma in civil engineering prescribed by Uttarakhand Board of Technical Education Roorkee . This project report cover all accurate insight into the preparation of working drawings for building construction as we are used in actual construction work. It also contains specification of materials and essential elements, constituent parts or substances which are used to raise a building. One off the welcome features of this inclusion of detailed information of the theme of this project report is presented in a step by step fashion .Each step to building is covered in several chapters. FAIZ MOHAMMAD Civil Engineering VI semester

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I great fully acknowledge my indebtedness to innumerable teachers and colleagues for preparing this major project work. Report for my diploma program .They have been a great source of inspiration for me . I have been receiving a number of moments and suggestions from them and it is not possible to acknowledge their name in the report individually. All the comments/ suggestion received have been carefully considered and most of them have been incorporated in this dissertation. My genius word of thanks is goes to Mr. Kuldeep Varma aur project guide of the department of civil engineering in Shree Dev Bhoomi Institute Of

Education Science & Technology (Dehradun)..


For providing all the necessary help to develop this project. No words are sufficient to express my gratitude to my project mates for their exemplary patience, understanding and co-operation during the preparation of this project. It is obvious that the construction of a building needs the support of many people .The most important contribution to the construction and study about building such as comes from many teachers guidance and specific help. I cant express my gratitude in word to the many teacher of department of civil engineering of our institute, who spent numerous hours reading my manuscript and providing me with helpful comments and their perennial encouragement. My classmates, senior students, and colleagues will be highly appreciated and gratefully acknowledged. FAIZ MOHAMMAD Civil Engineering VI semester Seasion 2012-13

Design of small residential building including structural members, specification, estimating & costing of materials, report writing and municipal drawings.

Drawing and Report Writing for Type-I Residential Building, Technical Report, Importance of Site Selection, Source of Material, Design, Calculation, Total Cost of Project.
DRAWING o Plane table and contour plan of the showing location of the proposed building lawn, approach road etc. o Detail drawing showing site plan and elevation and section of the building o Structural and other details of the building such as foundation trench plan drawing showing detail of at least one beam, one roof, floor slab, stairs, laboratory unit etc. REPORT WRITING o Specification of any five item of works o Design of one wall foundation one lintel one beam singly reinforced one beam doubly reinforced and one T-beam. o Detailed estimate of the building administrative building based on latest P.W.D schedule of rate for remaining building suitable plinth area rates may be assume.

o Total cost of the project assuming suitable rates of land development and approach road etc.

TECHNICAL REPORT This project is based on a proposed colony for the staff. The estimate for following accommodation of one drawing room, one bath and W.C. kitchen and Verandah. The site has been selected of the lock 16.70 0m*8.00m and soil of construction land is good. The foundation shall have 300 mm thick cement concrete mortar up to plinth level and super structure. Lintel has been 1.1. ; 3 reinforced cement concrete and slab. R.CC. work with lime concrete terrace finishing floor of all room shall be cement concrete floor. Plastering of inside and outside wall shall be 12 mm thick (1:6). Cement mortar and ceiling shall be sand inside of the room shall be washed and outside wall shall be white washed. The estimate had been prepared at P.W.D. Schedule rate and nonscheduled items analysis of rate and foundation has been designed a load of 2kn/m2 and RCC roof slab. Has been designed or a load of 3kn/m2. Provision has been made for electrification. Sanitary and water supply work 20% the estimated cost of the building works. As there is not sewer line in the area so septic tank has to be contracted for witch Lamp Sum provision of Rs. 25 Lacks has been made in estimate. IMPORTANCE AND NECESSITY Estimate is a very important of project. The report should write is such idea about the whole work. Project report has been given important of the demerits project and project given total cost of project. SITE SELECTION Site of project kaulagarh and area is Attached with Army Area Cant the Distance of site is Approximate 7km from Dehradun city. The side R.L different to dehradun city which will result as less Expenditure on water supply from army colony. All necessity places like school, Hospital, Market, and, bank are very to the place.

SOURCE OF MATERIAL Sand will received from the quarries at river bank 7 K. M. distances from the city. Stone received from the stone crasher at 10 K.K. Distance from the proposed city and either material will be received from dehradun , water is easily available from the

DESIGN CALCULATION The entire R.C.C. member, slab, doubly reinforced beam, singly reinforced beam, T-beam, lintel, sun-shade, column etc. Design is based on Indian standard code 456200 and foundation design of a load 2 KN/m. ACCOMMOTION Purposed residential colony building is one of residence, which is described below. Drawing room Bed room Kitchen Front verandah 3.5m x4.5m 4.5m x3.0m 2.5m x3.0m 1.8m wide

TOTAL COST OF PROJECT Total cost of the project in Rs. = 5.008 lacks

TYPE -1 BUILDING
CONSTRUCTION

TYPE-1 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION A building can be defined as a structure broadly consisting of walls, floor and roofs, erected to provide covered space for different uses such as residence, education, business manufacturing, storage hospitalization, entertainment, worship etc. The Methods adopted for construction and choice of material to be used in the building depends upon a member of factors like character of occupancy, location of site, climate, local material, funds available. Normally all buildings are constructed according to drawings. And specifications prepared by architects. Each city has prescribed buildings by laws to which buildings must conform. The building by laws lay down norms like minimum front, side and rear setbacks, minimum and aria of habitable rooms, kitchen, bath minimum area of windows, width of stair cash etc. Which are required to be followed by, the architect in evolving the ensure optimum utilization of builtup space (i.e. area under circulation should be minimum) thermal comfort, proper ventilation, desirable illumination and acoustical characteristics and it should satisfy the functional requirement of people who live and work in the building. COMPONENT OF A BUILDING A building can be broadly divided in two parts viz. Substructure and (II) Super structure The portion of the building below the surrounding ground is known as sub structure and the portion above ground is termed as super-structure. The components of a building can be broadly summarized as under. Foundations Plinth Columns Building finishes Floors Building services Walls Door, windows and ventilators Roof Stairs

FOUNDATIONS Foundation is the lowest part of a structure below the ground level which is in direct contact with the ground and transmits all the dead, live and other loads to the soil on which the structure rests. The provision of foundation is made in such a way that the soil belo9w the foundation is not stressed beyond its safe allowable bearing capacity. Depending upon the type of soil existing at site, its safe bearing capacity and the type of building which is required to constructed, a structure may need shallow or deep foundation. In case of load bearing walls the foundation could in the form of spread footings. PLINTH The portion of the building between the ground surrounding the building and the top of the floor immediately above the ground is known as plinth. The level of the surrounding ground is known as formation level of simply ground level and the level of the building is known as plinth level. The plinth height should be such that after proper leveling and grading of the rain water entering the ground (for proper drainage) there is no possibility of the floor level is termed as plinth area. WALLS. Walls are provided of enclose or divide the floor space in desired pattern. In addition, walls provide privacy, security and give protection against sun, rain cold and other adverse effect of weather. The division of floor space varies according to the functions required to be performed in the building. In a well planned layout, the walls divide the space in such a manner so as to achieve maximum carpet area and minimum are of circulation. walls are constructed by use of building unit like bricks, stone , concrete blocks (hollow or solid ) etc. the building unit like bricks stone, concrete blocks (hollow or solid )etc. The building unit are bonded together with mortar .When bricks are used as building unit it is known as brick masonry .Walls can be broadly divided in two categories viaLOAD BERING WALLS AND NON LAOD BEARING WALLS A load bearing wall support its own weight as well as the superimposed loads transferred to it thought floors/roofs. A non load bearing wall on the other hand carries its own weight and is not designed to carry and super imposed load from the structure .They are normally provided as partition wall.

COLUMN A column may be defined as an isolated vertical load bearing member the width of which is neither less than its thickness nor more than four times its thickness. Pier is a vertical load bearing member similar to a column accept that it is bonded in to load bearing wall at the sides to farm an integral part and integral part and extends part and extends to full height of the wall. A pier is introduced to in crease the stiffness of the wall to carry additional load or to carry vertical concentrated load. Pier also strengthens the wall to resist lateral pressure without buckling. Floors are flat supporting elements of a building .They divide a building into different levels there by creating more accommodation on a given lot of land. The basic purpose of a floor is to provide a firm and dry platform for people and other items like furniture, stores, equipment etc. Floor is generally referred to by its location.

DOORS, WINDOWS AND VENTILATORS.


Adore may be defined as barrier secured in an opening left in a wall to provide usual means of access to a building ,room or passage. This can be termed as the most constantly used moving component in a building a door normally consists of two components namely Door, frame, and Door Shutter. The door frame is permanently held in position and fixed to the masonry of the opening with the help of hold fasts or raw plugs. While shutter is the moving part of the door. Doors are made out of material like wood, steel, aluminum, plastic, flexible rubber etc. They can be side hung, sliding and folding, revolving or rolling etc. They can be side hung, sliding, and folding , revolving or rolling type depending upon the functional requirement .The shutters are normally fitted with glass or similar transparent material .The windows can be side hung, top or bottom hung ,louvered type.

STAIRS
A Stair may be defined as a structure comprising of a number of steps connecting one floor to another. The stair must be constructed in such a manner that it is safe and comfortable to use and it should be so located as to permit easy communication. Stairs

ROOF It is the uppermost component of a building and its main function is to cover the space below and protect I from rain, snow, sun, wind etc. A roof basically consists of two components namelyThe roof decking and The roof covering The roof decking is the structure component which support the roof covering. A roof can be flat, pitched or curved or shape. The choice of the type of roof is made keeping in view the location of the building weather condition funds available and functional and esthetic requirement. The structural component roof decking pitched roof is generally a truss in case of curved roof it is a shell or dome and in case o of flat roof it is a flat slab .the roof covering of roofing which is prove vided over pitched roof could in the form of the tiles . Slate A.C > Sheets , G.I sheets etc. BUILDING FINISHES A building is consist red incomplete till such time the surface of its components is given appropriate treatment. Building finishes include items like plastering, pointing white/color washing, painting, varnishing, distempering etc. The building finishes not only protect the surface from adverse effect of weather but also provide decorative effect.

BUILDING SERVICES Building services include service like water supply, drainage, sanit2tion, lighting, electricity, acoustics, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, fire detection and fire control etc. The services like water supply, drainage and sanitation are normally clubbed under the arm plumbing services from consideration of safety of the users, the planning, designing and detailing of all services should be done based on provisions in national building code and also based on norms prescribed by various statutory municipal bodies.

ALTERATION
A change in usage of building or a structural change , such as an addition to the area or height , or the removal of a part of a building , or any change to the structure, such as the construction of, cutting in to removal of any wall, partition , column ,beam, floor, joist or other support, or a change to or closing of any required means of ingress or egress or a change to the fixtures or equipment. BALCONY A horizontal cantilevered projection including a hand rail or balustrade to serve as passage or sitting out place. BARSATI Habitable room /rooms on the roof of building with or without toilets kitchen BASEMENT OR CELLAR The lower storey of a building below of partly below ground level . BUILDING HEIGHT Incase of flat roofs- The vertical distance measured from the average level of the centre line of the adjoining street to the point where the external surface of the outer wall intersect the finished surface of the sloping roof. In case of gable end of sloped roof facing the road the vertical distance measured from the average level the ridge.

BUILDING LINE The line up to which the plinth of a building adjoining a street or extension of a street or on a future street may lawfully extend. CABIN A room constructed with non-load bearing partition with adequate provision of light and ventilation. CHHAIJA OR SUNSHADE A sloping or horizontal structural overhang usually provided over openings on external walls for protection from sun and rain COURTYARD A space permanently open to the sky, enclosed fully or partially by building and may be at ground level or any other level with in adjacent to a building.

COVERED AREA Ground area covered by the building immediately above the plinth level IT does not include the spaces covered by canopy chhaija vampy or alike projection uncovered staircase compound wall, gate , well, tank foundation, uncovered swimming pool, garden etc. DAMP PROOF COURSE A course consisting of some appropriate water proofing material provided to prevent penetration of dampness or moisture. DRAIN A line of pipes including all fittings and equipment such as manholes inspection champers, Drain shall also include pen channels used for carriage of surface water. DRAINGE The removal of any liquid (storm water, waste water, swage etc.) By a system constructed for this purpose.

EXIT A passage, channel of means of egress from any building, storey or floor area to a street of other open space of safety. EXTERNAL WALL An outer wall of a building not being a party wall en though adjoining to a wall of another building and also means a wall line on a interior open space of any building. FIRST LIFE One of the lifts specially designed for use by fire service personnel in the event of fire. FIRST PROOF DOOR A door or shutter fitted to a wall opening, and constructed and erected with the requirement to check the transmission of and fire for a specified period . FLOOR The lower surface in a storey on which one normally walks 3 building. The general term, floor, unless otherwise specifically mentioned shall not refer to mezzanine floor.

FLOOR AREA RATIO The quotient obtained by dividing the total covered area (plinth area ) on a floors multiplied by 100 by the area of the plot. FAR= ( total covered area of all floors *100)/Plot area FOOTING A foundation unit constructed in brick work, masonry or concrete under the base of a wall or column for the purpose of distributing the load over a large area. MEZZANINE FLOOR A intermediate floor between two floor levels above ground floor and at least one side of it should form an integral part of space floor /below.

OPEN SPACE An area, forming an integral part of the plot, left open to the sky. PARAPET An interior non load bearing wall , one storey or part storey in height. PLINTH The portion of a structure between the surface of the surrounding ground and surface of the floor, immediately above the ground. A covered area surface supported on pillars or otherwise for the purpose of peestrainor vehicular approach to a building. ROOM HEIGHT The vertical distance measured from the finished door surface to the finished 21ceiling surface. SERVICE ROAD A road/lane provided at the rear or side of a plot or service purposes. SET-BACK LINE A line usually parallel to the plot boundaries and laid down in each case by the local municipal bodies beyond which nothing n be constructed towards the plot boundary.

SITE OR (PLOTE) A place or land enclosed by definite boundaries. STOREY The portion or a building included between the surface any floor and the surface of floor next above it, of if there is no floor hove it, then the space between any floor and ceiling next above it. STREET Any means or access i.e. Highway road, street, lane, pathway etc. Over which public have a right of passage. STRUCTURAL WALL Mean a load bearing wall or a wall that carries d in addition to its on weight. TRAVEL DISTANCE The distance from the remotest point on a floor of a building to a place of safety be it a vertical exit, horizontal exit outside exit measured along the line of travel. WATER CLOSET (WC) A privy with arrangement for flushing the pan with water. It does not include a bathroom.

REQUIREMENT OF PARTS OF BUILDINGS 1. PLINTH MAIN BUILDING The plinth or any part of a building shall be so located respect to surrounding ground level that adequate drainage of that site is assured. The height of plinth shall not be less than 45 cm from surrounding level. INTERIOR COURT YARD Every interior courtyard shall be raise at least above the level of the centre of the nearest street and shall be satisfactorily drained. 2. HABITABLE ROOMS SIZE The area of habitable room shall not be less than 95 sqm. Here there is only one room. The minimum width of a habitable hall is 2.4 m. And area of the other not less than 7.5 sqm. HEIGHT The height of the habitable room shall not be less than 2075 in measured from the surface of the floor to lowest point of the ceiling (bottom of slab). In case of pitched roof, the average height of rooms shall not be than 2075m. The minimum clear head room under a beam, folded plates or eaves shall be 2.4 m.\ In case of ari-conditioned room height of not less then 2.4m,measured from the surface of the floor to lowest point of air conditioning duct or the false ceiling shall be provide. 3. KITCHENS SIZE

The area of kitchen shall not be less than 5 sqm with a minimum width of 1,8m.Where there is a separate store, the area of the kitchen may be reduced to 4.5 sqm. A kitchen which is also intended to be used as a dining room shall have a floor area not less than 9.5 sqm with a minimum width of 2.4m. HEIGHT The height of a kitchen measured from the surface of the floor to the lowest point in the ceiling (bottom of slab) shall not be less than 2.75m. Except for the portion to accommodate floor trap of the upper floor. OTHER REQUIREMENTS Every kitchen should have a window of not less than 1 sqm in area , opening directly on to on an interior or exterior space but not in to a shaft. 4.STORE ROOM SIZE The area of a store room shall not be less than 3 sqm in case the area of the store room is more than 3 sqm, the light and ventilation requirement to the extent of 10% of the floor area shall be provided. HEIGHT The height of the store room shall not be less than 2.2m. 5.GARAGE GARAGE PRIVATE The size of a private garage in residential building shall be not less than 2.75m*5.4m. HEIGHT The height of a garage shall not be less than 2.4m.

CREQUIREMENT The plinth of the garage located at ground level shall not be less than 15cm above the surrounding ground level. 6. MEZZAININE FLOOR The minimum size of the mezzanine floor shall not be less than 9.5sqm . Area of mezzanine floor is normally not counted toward FAR calculations. HEIGHT The height of Mezzanine floor shall not be less than 2.20m, and not more than 2.70m. BATHROOMS AND WATER CLOSETS SIZE The size of a bathroom shall be not less than 1.8sqm with a minimum width of 1.2m the minimum size of water closet shall be 1.15sqm with a minimum width of 0-9m. If it is a combined bathroom and water closet , the minimum area shall be 2-8 sqm with a minimum size of 1.2m. HEIGHT The height of a bathroom or water closet measured from the surface of the floor to the lowest point in the ceiling ( bottom of slab) hall be not less than 2.2m. 8. ROOF The roof of building shall be so constructed as to permit satisfactory drainage of rain water by means of sufficient rain water pipes of adequate size. PARAPET Parapet walls and handrails provided of the edges of roof terrace, balcony, verandah etc. shall not be less than 1m and more than 1.5m in height.

9.BASEMENT The basement shall have following requirement: Every basement shall be in every part at least 2.4m in height from the floor to the underside of the roof slab or ceiling. The minimum height of the of any basement shall be 0.9m and the maximum of 1.2m above the average surrounding ground level. The basement should be properly ventilated. Adequate arrangement should be made so that surface drainage does not enter the basement.

SURVEYING AND LEVELING

Visual surveying , Final location surveying , Plane table surveying , leveling Orientation , Centering , Method of plane table surveying , Reduction of levels, Notation

SURVEYING AND LEVELLING


Surveying is done into two stages. VISUAL SURVEYING First of all Visual Surveying is done for the area of situation of city position of the sun and direction and wind are observed. FINAL LOCATION SURVEYING A detailed survey has conducted for the area of map is prepared by the plan table method. A contour map is prepared by square contouring method. Following method has been adopted in plan table surveying . plan table Surveying and the part of surveying with the measurement in vertical plan is know as Leveling and Leveling ate sometime considered to be to different operations but in wider sense, The term surveying includes leveling . Therefore surveying may be divided into following two classes. Plane table surveying Leveling PLANE TABLE SURVEYING:Plane table surveying also called plane tabling, is a method of surveying in which field book or work and office work are also done simultaneously on a plane table. The field observations are taken and recorded side by side on the other sheet fixed upon the plane table and map of the area is obtained.

Plane table Tripod stand Alidade Trough compass U- fork Spirit level plumb bob Setting up the plane table The setting up of the plane table includes three operations. Leveling Orientation Centering LEVELLING:The plane table is set over the station point and tripod legs are spread out to make it level and at a congenial height probably not above the elbow. Then orient and center the table approximately as explained in the following two operations and complete the final leveling. ORIENTATION:There are two methods to orient the table:ORIENTATION BY THE MAGNETIC NEEDLE:To orient the table at any section other then the first, plane the trough compass along the line representing the meridian drawn already on the paper at the first station and then turn the tables until the ends of magnetic needle are opposite the zeros of the scale are joints towards north south (n-s)direction then clamp the table in position. This is quick method of orientation but is unstable in areas affected by the local attraction. ORIENTATION BY BACK SIGHTING:Suppose the table is to be set over a station B represented on the paper by a point b set over a station b represented on the paper by a point b which has been plotted by means at a line ab drawn from a previous station A. The orientation

consists in bringing ba on the paper BA on the ground. The table is turn until the point A is bisected by the line of sight then clamp the table in position this is accurate at two methods and preferred.

CENTERING This may be done by mean of a plumbing fork or U-Fork. To do this place the pointed end of the fork touching with the point on the paper and suspend a plumb ob from the other ends. I the plum bob is not available it may be done by dropping a piece of stone from appoint on the underside of the board which is directly under the point on the paper. This may be done by means of a plumbing fork or U-Fork .To do this place the pointed end of the fork touching with the point on the paper and suspend a plumb ob from the other ends .I the plum bob is not available it may be done by dropping a piece of stone from appoint on the underside of the board which is directly under the point on the paper. METHOD OF PLANE TABLE SURVEYING The survey with the plane table may be classified under four distinct heads. Radiation Intersection Traversing Re-section Radiation In this method the plane table is set up at only one end or station and the point to be plotted are located by radiating rays from the important station to the point and plotting to scale respective distance.

Intersection In this method the position of the points are fixed on the sheet by intersection of other rays drawn from two instrument station .The line joining this station is termed as base line the only liner measurement required.

1. TRAVERSING This is the main method of plane table is similar to that of compass and theodolite traversing .It is used for running survey lines of a closed for open traverse .The detail may be located by offsets by offsets taken in the usual manner by radiation or by intersection method of plane tabling. 2. Re-section This method is used for locating the station point only the characteristic feature of resection is that the point plotted on the station occupied by the table. After the station are fixed the surrounding details by radiation or intersection method. LEVERLING Leveling is the art of finding the relative depths of the object on the surface of earth it deals with measurement in vertical plane .The principle of leveling lies in finishing a horizontal line of sight and finding the vertical distance of the point above or below this line. This is done with the help of a level and leveling staff respectively.

REDUCTION OF LEVELS There are two methods to work out the reduced levels of point from the staff reading taken in the field. Height of instrument method Rise and fall method HEIGHT OF INSTRUMENT METHOD It consists in finding the elevation of the plane of collimation i.e.(H.I) for every setting of the instrument and then obtaining the deduced levels of the points with reference to the respevti8ve plane of collimation. To start with the H.I.is calculated by adding the back sight of R.L. of the starting points the reduced level of the starting point the reduced level of the intermediate and the first change point are then obtained by subtracting the respective reading from the H.I. when the instrument is shifted a new plane of collimation is set up and the heights of which calculated by adding aback sight reading to the R.L. of the first change point the reduced level of the successive point and the second change point are found out by subtracting their staff reading from the new H.I. the process is respected until all the R.L are worked out and then the arithmetical check is applied. RISE AND FALL METHOD:In this method the difference between consecutive pointes is calculated by compressing each point after the first with that immediately preceding it. The difference of the staff reading indicates rice and fill. According to any staff reading is smaller or greater than that at the preceding point the R.L of each point then found adding rice or subtracting fall to or from R.L of the preceding point ARITHMETICAL CHECK:In this method these are checks on the accuracy of reduction of levels the difference between the sum of the back sight and the sum of fore sight is equal to the difference between the sum of rise and that of the falls is equal to the difference between the first the last R.L.

NOTATIONS The latter symbols are defined where ever the first appear of project the most important these are summarized below in alphabetic order A Gross area AC Area of Steel Ast Area of steel Asv Area vertical Strips B Breadth of Rib D Total depth E Effective Depth of Beam or Slab F Characteristics Strength of Steel FY Characteristics Strength of Steel L Clear Spam I Effective Spam Ld Development Length Lx Length of Longer side of slab M Bending Moment M Modular ratio S Spacing of stirrup V Shear force W Total W Distribution load per unit X Depth of natural axis Tvd Design bond stress Tc Shear stress in concrete T max Maximum shear stress in concrete cbc Permissible straw in concrete in district compression Sc Permissible straw in compression St Permissible stress in steel in tension

n of a column, Design of singly reinforced beam, Design of a doubly reinforcement beam, Design of a one way slab, Design of a two way slab , Design of wall , Design of foundation , Design of linter, Design of sun shade, Design of staircase , Design of column footing.

Design of roof slab over bad room (2.75*3.00) Assume slab is simply supported on four edges & corners are not held down. Size of room Thickness of every wall Bearing of the slab = = = 2.7*3.00m 230mm 230mm

TYPE OF SLAB
Ly/lx = 3/2.75 = (1.09<2) Therefore, the slab will be designed as two way slab. Depth of slab will be assumed as 30mm for every 1m of shorter span/ D = 30-2.75 82.5mm 85mm Take effective cover = 16mm Effective depth = 85-16 =69

LOAD PER M LENGTH


Live load = Finishing load = Lime concrete load (1*190.19200)= 1920n/m Bitumen load = Self load (1*1*0.85*25000) = 2125n/m TOTAL LOAD =
FOR SHORTET SPAN

3500n/m 500n/m 17n/m 8000N/M

LX OR LX FOR LONGER SPAN LY Or LY So, ly Ratio of Ly/lx = r

=2.75=0.23=2.980m

2.75=0.069=2.819m

3.00=0.0230=3.230M

3.00+0.069

3.069m

3.069m = =1.09 3.069/2.819 = 1.088

MAXIMUM BENDING MOMENT = (1.1-1.09) ( 0.074-0.062)/(1.1-1) = 0.074-0.0012 = (1.1-1.09) (0.074-0.062)/(1.1-1) Mx = = ax * = = = = = = 0.0619 W (LX)2 0.0728 *8000*(2.82)2 4631.47 4631.5 N-m 0..619*8000*(2.82)2 3939N-M D = (M/qb) = 62.125 = 63MM = 63+16 = 74MM O.072

My EFFECTIVE DEPTH OF SLAB D D D D

Reinforcement Steel:After of Steel Ast M/ost-z = {4631.50*102}{230*0.869*74} 313.14mm2 Provide 12mm Dia Bars as reinforcement Area of one bar = 113mm2 Spacing of bar = 113*1000/312 = 362.179mm That spacing should not be more then maximum in 362.179mm 450.000mm 3d = 3*74 222mm Provide 12mm dia bar@220mmc/c Area of Steel for longer span also. So then effective depth for shorter span dia of bar For longer Span d = 74-12=62mm Area of Steel ast = M2/ast .z = (3939*10)(230*869.62) = 317.86mm2 Provide 12mm dia, Bars, as reinforcement Area of bar = 113mm2 Spacing of bar = (113*1000)/318=355mm =

That Spacing should not be more than maximum in 355mm


450mm 3d Provide 12mm dia bars @220mmc/c = 3*74=222

Bending of bars per alternate will bent up fro, 1/7 distance from support for every span. CheckCheck in development length at support for shorter span

Shear force (v1)

= =

1/3wx lx

Maximum bending moment

(2.82*8000)/3=7520N = (10008230*113*0.869*74)/22082 = 3798438.5 Nmm

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Lo &d 12Q D 74mm So Lo LD 44.92q Ld 44.92q 764.50 q 17mm = 1.3m1/v+lo = = 144mm = = = Maximum in 12Q 12*12 =144

This value is more than using dia bar so slab is safe for anchorage length designed section
Total depth of slab Effective cover Reinforced Steel in shorter span Reinforced Steel in Longer Span =90mm =16mm = = 12mm dia bar @ 220mm c/c 12mm dia bar @ 220mm c/c

DESIGN OF ROOF SLAB OVER LIVING ROOM (2.75M*4.25M) Assume slab is simply supported on for edge & corners are not held down Size of room = 2.75*4.25m Thickness of every wall = 230mm Bearing of the slab = 230mm Types of slab ly/lx = (4.25/2.25 = 1.54<2) Therefore, the slab will be designed as two-way slab. Depth of slab will be assume as 30mm for every one m of shorter span. D = 30*2.75 = 82.50mm=85mm Take effective cover of 16mm Effective Depth = 85-16 = 69mm Load for per m length1- Live load 2- Finessing load 3- Lime concrete load 4- Bitumen load 5- Self load (1*1*0.0885*25000)

= = = = =

3500N/M 500n/m 1920n/m 17n/m 2125n/m

Effective Span:Effective Span will be taken minimum among Clear Span + One bearing Clear span + effective depth of slab

Provided 12mm Dia bar @ 225mm c/c Area of steel for longer spam also . So the effective depth for the span = Effective of Steel for Longer span Dia of bar longer span d = 75-12 = 63mm Area of Steel for longer span Area of steel Ast = M2/qst.z = 2558.22*(10)3/230*0.869*63 = 556.65mm Provide 12mm Dia bars as reinforcement Area of one bar Spacing of bar

= = =

113mm2 (113*1000)203 556.65mm

That spacing should not be then maximum in 556mm 450mm 3d = Provide 12mm Dia bar @ 225mm c/c Bending of bar- bar alternate bar will bent up from 1/7 distance from supported for every span

3*55 =

225mm

CHECK:Check in development length of supported for shorted span Shear force (v1) = 1/3*wl*lx = (800082.282/3)

This value is more than using dia of bar so slab is for anchorage length
For Longer Span Shear force (Vy) = {r/(2+r)}*w*lx

M1

= {91.59/(2+1.59)}*8000*2.82 = 9991.75N = 1000/(2*225)(230*113*0.869*75)

DESIGN SEACTION:Total Depth of slab Effective cover Reinforced steel in shorter span Reinforced steel in longer span

= = = =

91mm 16mm 12mm dia bar @225mmc/c 12mm dia bar @225 mm c/c

Ld ld (1.3m1/v)+10 44.920 {(1.3*3764218.33)}+144 q 14.10mm

44.92q

This value is more than is using dial of bar. Therefore, slab is safe for anchorage length.
Lo Clear span of bean Assume Total depth of bean = 144mm = 2.95m = (2.95*1000)/10=295=300mm 30mm effective cover = 300-30 270mm Effective depth = 270mm Effective span will be taken minimum among Clear Span + Sone bearing Clear span + effective depth of slab

L L 3.22mm For effective span

= = =

2.95+0.1725 =3.125 2.95+0.27 = 3.125m = 3.13

DESIGN KOF R.C.C BEAM OVER VERDHA Load for per meter length Slab load Self load Total load Maximum B.M (mr)

= =9390N/m = =877.5n/m = = = = = =

1.5{(3.132/4)*8000}/3.13 0.27*0.13*25000 102675 = 10300n/m wl2/8 [10300*(3.13)2}/8 12613.5n-m [12613.5/(1.2*130)] 284.35 280mm

Effective depth of bean (dd) [m/(q.b)]

Assume depth & calculated depth is not different, so that there are depth = 280mm D D Area of tensile steel reinforcement Ast = = 310mm 280mm

= m1.qst*z = (12613.5*103)/(230*0.869*280mm2)

CHECK MINIMUM REINFORCEMENT


A0=(0.91*b*d)/fy Therefore, We provide 225mm2 Use 10mm dia bar N= Ast/ast So, We provide 10mmq 3 bars Check in shear At support Shear force v-W1*/2 = (0.911*130*280)415 (Ast>A0) = 79.9mm2

225/78

2.8(say3bars)

= (10300*3013)/2 = 16119.5 N Normal shear stress = V/BD = = 16119.5T(130*28) = 0.44n/MM2 % of steel P 100 ast/bd = (100*3*78)/130*280) = 0.64% Tc = 0.56 Tc>tv So we provide minimum shear reinforcement in for the bent up bar & vertical stress use 6 mmq2 legged v.s Spacing(s) (fy*Ast/0.4*130) = 446mm 300mm 0.75d So we provide vertical stirrup 6mmq@210mm c/c Check in development vertical stirrup 6mm@210mm c/c Check in development length:Ld = 44.92q Lo = maximum in 12q & d 12q = 12*10=120 D = 280mm So, lo = 280mm M1 = qst*Ast*j*d

=230*78*0.869*280 = 4365160.8 Nmn Ld (1.3M1/V)+1 44.9Q {1.3*(4365160.8)16119.5}+280 Q 14.12MM We provide10mm dia bar So, bean is safe in development length

DESIGN MAIN WALL OF & ITS FOUNDATION Let Thickness of wall Load bearing capacity of masonry Load for per meter length = = 230mm 600kn/m

Slab load {8000*1*(2.75/2)*1*(4.25/2)} 23375 n/m Self load (1*0.23*3.1*19200) =13689.6 n/m Total Load = 37064.6 n/m

Thickness of wall T=W/P T= 37064.6/(600*1000) Say But length of wall to4 m So, We provide Thickness of wall = 230mm

= =

0.06 am 6 cm

DESIGN OF WALL FOUNDATION


Total load of the wall Load of slab 23375n/m Load of wall 13689.6n/m Total load of the slab & wall 3706.46n/m Assume self weight of foundation10% 3706.46n/m Total 40771.06 Width of foundation 40771.06/100000=0.407m = 407mm<2t+2j Provide 760mm Width of foundation D sinq}/{1+ sinq}2 D 113/18[{1-sin30}/ {1-sin30}]2 So we provide d = 76mm THICKNESS OF CONCRETE BLOCK According to code thickness of concrete block should not be less then Maximum designed depth & 2j (300mm) So, We provide thickness of concrete block = 300mm Depth of foundation = 760mm Concrete block = 300mm LOAD FOR PER METER LENGTH = = p/w{1= = = = =

= =

w/p

Triangle missionary load 1537.201 n/m Self load 862.5 n/m Maximum B,m M1

= (1.18*0.59*0.23*19200) = (1*0.23*0.15*25000)

= =

= w1/6 (1537.20*1.18)6 302.31n-m = 862.5*(1.18)2/8 150.12 n-m

= =

Total bending momentM Depth of lintel

= 302.31+150.12 = d

m11+m2 = = 452.43 n-m = m/1.2b = 452.43*103/1.2*230 = 40.5MM

DESIGN OF LINTEL OVER DOOR (D)


Total depth of lintel 20mm cover Effective depth of lintel Cleared span Effective will be taken minimum among Clear span + one bearing Clear span + effective depth of slab L Or L So effective span I H = = = 150mm 130mm 1.05m take

= = = =

1.05+0.23=1.28m 1.05+0.13=1.18m 1.18m (1.18/2) tan45

Height of triangle h H 0.59 1.25h 1.25*0.59 = 0.59= 0.7375 Height of wall over lintel (1m) is greater than 1.25h so arch action will develop on lintel Provide total of lintel 10mm d = 100mlm d = 80mm Area of tensile steel reinforcement Ast = m/ ast. = 452.43*103/230*0.869*80 = 28.3mm2 Use 8 mm q bar n = Ast.ast = 28.3/50 = 0.566say 12 bar
But we provide 2 8mm Check in minimum reinforcement:-

Ao

= (0.85*bd)/fy = (0.85*230*80)/415 =37.68mm2 = =100mm2 2*50

(A0>Ast) So, we provide area of steel

Check in shear:Maximum shear force v = (w1/2)+(w2l/2) = (w1/2)+(w2l/2) = (1537.201/2) +[( 862.5*1.05)/2] = 122.4n = v/bd = 1221041( 80*230) =0.060n/m = 100ast/bd = (100*2*50)(230*80) 0.543%\ =

Nominal shear stess tv % of steel Ps ps

tc

0.30/mm2 tc>tv So, we provide minimum shear reinforcement iil form of vertical stirrup provide 6mm q 2 legged v.s @ 0.75*80 = 52.80mm say 100mm c/c distance if c/c distance less then check in development length ld = 44.92q lo = maximum in12 q & d 12q = 12*8 = 96 D = 80mm So,lo = 96mm M = = = qsr*Ast*j&d 2*50*230*0.869*89 1598960 N-mm

Id (1.3m1/v) +lo 44.92q [(1.3*1598960)/1221.91]+96 Q = 40.014

We provide 8mm dia bar so bean is safe is development length.

DESIGN OF SUNSHADE OVER WINDOW


Span of sunshade Thickness of sunshade = = = 60cm span/10 60/10 =

6cm

Load per meter length Live load TOTAL load Maximum bending moment ( for fix end ) M M Effective depth of beam D D D This depth is more short provide thickness of sunshade for fix end Thickness of sunshade for free end Effective thickness Use 8mm dia bar Area of a bar Spacing of bar

= =

3500N/m 3500N/m

= =

w/282 500/*(0.06)2/2

= = =

(M/Qb) (9*103)/(1.2*1000) 2.73mm

= = =

50mm 40mm 50-(1.5*8) =

38mm

= = =

50 mm2 (50*1000)/11.85 42.19.4mm,

Spacing should not be more then maximum in:4219mm 450mm 3d =

3*38 =

114mm

rovide 8mm q bar@ 110 mm c/c


Distribution steel Distribution steel will prove 0.15% of section of sunshade As = 0.0015*50*1000 As = 75mm2 Use 6mm2 Use 6mm2 Use 6mm I bar Spacing S = (28*100)75/373mm That spacing should not be more then maximum in 625mm 450mm 3d = 3*38 =110mm Provide 8mmq bar @ 1 0mm c/c

MATERIAL SPECIFICATION

SPECIFICATION
Earth working in excavation in foundation, Cement concrete 1:2:4, Reinforcement concrete (R.C.C), Damp proof course 2.5cm c.c 1:3/2:3, Brick Ist class, White washing , Doors and windows, Chaukhats, shutters and leaves, Fitting Painting, Measurement.

1. EARTH WORKING IN EXCABATION IN FOUNDATION


EXCABATION:Foundation trenches shall be dug out to the exact width of foundation concrete and the sites shall be vertical. If the soil so good & permit vertical sites , beside should be sloped back to protect timber shoring. Exacerbated earth shall not be place within 1m of edge of the trench. FINISH OF TRENCH:The bottom of the foundation trenches shall be perfectly from bottom up to last thickness of lose concrete so that concrete may be laid to the exact width as per design, If rocks or boulder are found during excavation these should be removed and the bed of trenches shall be leveled and made hard by consolidation the earth. Foundations concrete shall be not be laid before the inspection & approval of the trench by the engineer in charge. FINDS:Any treasure and valuable material found during excavation shall be properly of the government. WATER IN FOUNDATION:Water, if any accumulates in the trench, should be bailed or pump out without extra payment & necessary precaution shall be taken to prevent surface water to enter in to the trench.

TRENCH FILLING:After the concrete has been has laid masonry has been concreted the remaining portion of the trenches shall be field up with earth in layer of 15cm and water and well rammed surplus earth not required, shall be removed & disposed, & site shall be leveled & dressed. MEASURMENT:The Measurement of excavation shall be taken in cum as for rectangular trenches bottom width of concrete multiplying by the vertical depth of the foundation from ground level & multiplied by the length of trench even though the contractor might have excavated with lift, including all tools & plant required for the completion of the work. EXCABATION IN SATURATED SOIL:Excavation in saturated soil or below sub soil water level shall be taken under a separate item & shall be carried out in the same manners as above. Pumping & bailing out of the water & removal and slush shall be included in the items. Timbering of the sites of trenches if required shall be taken under a separate item & paid separate. CEMENT CONCRETE(1:2:4) MATERIALSU Aggregate shall be of invert material & should be cleaned dense, Hard, sound durable, none absorbent & capable of developing good and with mortar. Coarse aggregate shall be of hard. Broken stone of granite or similar stone, free from dust & other foreign matters. The stone ballast shall be 20mm sixe & down and all should be retained in a 5mm sq mesh & well graded such that the voids do not exceed 425 fine aggregate shall be of coarse sand shall not be used. Cement shall be fresh Portland cement of standard I.S.I specification & shall have the required tensile & compressive stress fitness. Water shall be clean & free from alkaline and acid matters & suitable for drinking purpose.

PORPORATION:The proportion of concrete shall be 1:2:4 as cement sand stone ballast by volume unless otherwise specified. Minimum compressive strength of concrete of 1:2:4 proportions shall be 140 Kg per sq cm n 7 days. Stone aggregate & sand shall be measured by volume with boxes. Cement should not measured by box one bag cement considered as 1/30 cum. Size of measure box many be 30cm*28cm equivalent to, content of one gag pf cement. All material shall be dry. If damp sand is used compensation shall be made by adding additional sand to the extent required for the bulling of damp sand. Mixing shall be of machine mixing for small work had mixing by batches may be allowed. HAND MIXING Mixing shall be done in masonry platform or sheet iron tray for concrete of 1:2:4 proration ,first two boxes of send and one bag of cement shall be mixed thoroughly and then we dry mix of cement and sand be placed 0ver a stack of four boxes of stone aggregate and the whole mixed dry turning at least three times to have uniform mix. The whole shall mix thoroughly turning at least three times to give a uniform concrete. MACHINE MIXING Stone ballast sand and cement shall be put in to the cement concrete mixer to have to required proportion for concrete o 1:2:4 proportion first four boxes of stone ballast than two boxes of sand and then one bag of cement shall be put in to the c.c mixer the machine shall be resolved to mix material dry and then water shall be added gradually to the required quantity ,25 to 30 liter per bag of cement to have require water cement ratio . The mixing should be through to have a plastic mix of uniform color It requires 1, to2 minute rotation for through mixing. Mixed concrete shall be unloaded on a masonry platform or on a sheet iron output of concrete mixture is 15 to 20 per hour. SLUMP

Regular slump test should be berried out to control the edition of water &to mention the require consistency . A slump 7.5 cm to 10cm is allowed for building work, &4cm to 3cm may be allowed for road work. FORM WORK Form work certainly &shuttering shall be provided as required per standard specification before lying concrete to confine to support or to keep the concrete in position .The inner surface of shuttering shall be oiled to prevent concrete sticking to be removed before 14 days in general, side from may however be removed after 3 days concreting.

LAYING:Concrete shall be laid gently in layer not exceeding 15cm & compacted by pining with road & temping with wooden tempers with mechanical vibrating should be used for thick or mass concrete is should be avoided . After removal of the from work induces time the concrete surface shall be free from honey combing , air holes any other defect. Concrete shall be laid continuously, if Laying is suspended for rest or for the following days the end shall be sloped at an angle of 30 and made rough for further jointing. When the work is resumed, the pervious sloped portion shall be roughened cleaned &watered for successive layer. The upper layer shall be laid before the lower has set. CURING:After about two hours laying when concrete begun to harder it shall be kept damp the covering with wet gunny bags or wet sand for 24 hours & them cured by flooding with water making mud walls 7.5 cm high or by covering with wet sand or earth & kept damp continuously for 15 days if specified curing may be done by covering with special type of waterproof paper as to prevent water a escaping evaporating. REINFORCEMENT CONCRETE (R.C.C) Steel reinforcement bar shall of mid steel for deformed steel of standard specifications & shall be free from corrosion. The steel bar shall be round & capable of being bent accurately & placed in positions per design & drawing an bound together tight with 20 S.W.G annealed steel wire at their point of intersection. Bar shall be bent cold by applying gradual & even motion, bars of 40 mm Dia ad above be bent by heating or dull red & allowed to cool slowly without immersing in water or quenching, bigger diameter bars should be joint by welding & tested before placing in position . Bottom covers of concrete by placing precast cover block underneath of 1;2 cement mortar 2.5*2.5cm in section & thickness of specified cover, 4 cm to 5 cm of being and 1 cm to 2cm slab. CENTERING & SHUTTERING:-

Centering & shuttering shall be made with timber or steel plate closed & tight to prevent mortar with necessary props, baring and wedges , sufficiently & strong & stable slackened & removed gradually without disturbing the concrete a plastering. A coat of oil wash in should be applied over the shuttering or paper should be spared to have a shall be removed shall be removed slowly & carefully.

PROPOTION OF CEMENT CONCRETE:Cement concrete shall be 1:1, :3 proportion for columns unless otherwise specified. MATERIALS FOR CONCERT:Cement sad and coarse aggregate shall be same as for cement in item f4. The stone aggregate shall usually be 0m to 6 mm gauge unless otherwise specified for heavily reinforced concrete number as in the case of case 3 of ribs of main beams the maximum size of aggregate should usually be restricted to 5mm less them the minimum clear distance between the main bars or 5mm less. LAYING:Before laying the concrete the shuttering shall be clean, free from dust. The concrete shall be deposit in its final position. In case of columns & wall it is desirable to place concrete full height in particle so as to avoid construction joint but the progress of concreting in the vertical direction shall be restricted to1m/hour. During winter concreting shall not done if the temperature fall below 4centifrade. Concrete shall be protected by frost. Concrete shall be compacted by mechanical vibrating machine until a dense. Concrete obtained. After removal of the form work in due time the concrete shall be avoided. After removal of the form work in due time the concrete surface shall be free from honey combing. FINSHING:If a specified the exposed surface shall be plastered with1:3 cement & sand mortar not exceeding 6mm thickness & the plastering shall be applied immediately after removal of the centering white concrete is green.

MEASUREMENT:Measurement be taken in cubic meter for the finished work & no deduction shall be made for the volume of the steel. Steel reinforcement cement shall be measured under the separate item in quintal. Plastering, if any, shall be not included in the measurement. The rate R.C.C work shall be for the complete work excluding steel but including centering and. DAMP FROOF COURSE 2.5CM C.C.1:3/2:3 MATERIAL:Damp proof course shall consist of cement, coarse sand & stone aggregate of 1:3/2:3 proportions with 2% of imperious. The damp proof course shall be applied at the plinth level in a horizontal layer of 2.5mm thickness. The cement shall be fresh Portland cement of standard specification. The sand shall be clean, course of 5mm size and down the stone aggregate shall be hard & tough by 20mm size well graded & free from dust & dirt. MIXING:Mixing shall be done over masonry platform or in a sheet iron tray in the proportion of 1:3, 2:3 by measuring with measuring boxes. Mixing shall be done in masonry platform or sheet iron tray for concrete of 1:2:4 Proration, first two boxes of sand and one bag of cement shall be mixed thoroughly and then we dry mix of cement and sand be placed over a stack of four boxes of stone aggregate and the whole mixed dry turning at least three times to have uniform mix. The mix shall be done by turning at least 3 items to give a uniform and homogenous concrete.

LAYING:The level of the surface of the plinth shall be checked longitudinally and transversely. Concrete shall be laid gently in layer not exceeding 15cm & compacted by pining with rods & temping with wooden tempers or with mechanical vibrating should be used for thick or mass concrete surface shall be free from honey combing, air holes any other defect. Concrete shall be laid continuously, if Laying is suspending for rest or for the following days the end shall be sloped at an angle of 30 and made rough for further jointing. When the work is resumed, the pervious sloped portion shall be roughened, cleaned & watered for successive layer. Shuttering may be removed after 3 days. Om removal of CURING:The damp proof course shall be cured by watering by kept for 7 days, and the construction of wall above may be started. The surface shall be cleaned and wetted before masonry is started. PAIMTING AND ASPHALT:Two coats of asphalt may be applied the upper surface of clamp proof course if specified. The second coat of hot asphalt at 1g per m should then be applied uniformly and the surface is immediately blinded with course sand and temped lightly. CMDAMP PROOF COURSE:The damp proof course may be of 2 cm thick layer of 1:2 cement and coarse sand mortar with standard water roofing compound at the rate of 1 kg per bag 0 cement. The mixing, Laying, currying shall be done in the same manner as above. The form or shuttering shall be 2cm thick.

BRICK I st CLASS :BRICKS:All brick shall be deep of first class of standard made of good brick earth thoroughly burnt land shall be of deep cherry red or copper color. Bricks shall regular in shape and there edges should sharp d shall emit clear ringing sound and being struck and shall be free from crack, ships , flaws and lumps of any kind. Brick shall not absorb water one then one sixes of their weight after one hour of soaking by immersing water. Bricks shall have a minimum crushing strength of 105 kg per sp cm. MORTAR:Mortar shall be specified and materials of mortar shall be of standard specification. For cement mortar cement shall be fresh Portland of standard specification. Sand shall be sharp, clean and free from organic and foreign matters. For rich mortar coarse or medium sand mortar lay be of 1:3 to 1:6 specified. Materials of mortar shall be measured to 3ve the required proportion with measuring box and first mixed dry to have a uniform color in a clean masonry be turning at least 3 times. Lime surkhi mortar if specified shall be mixed in the specified proportion by grinding in mortar mill for at least 3 hours on the same any of se and slaked and screened at site of work. Fresh mixed mortar within 24 hours shall be used , Old and stale mortar should nor e used for small work and mixed may be allowed in the same in the same manner as for cement mortar describe above. MEASUREMENT:Brick work shall be measured in cubic meter. Different kinds of brickwork with different mortar shall be taken under separate items. The thickness of wall shall be taken as multiple of half brick 10cm, 1brick 20cm, and 3/2 brick 30cm and so on. The rate shall be for the complete work including scaffolding and all tools and plants.

PLASTERING CEMENT MORTAR:The joints of the brick works shall be raked out to a depth of 18mm and e surface of the wall shall be washed and kept wet for two days before plastering. The material of mortar , cement and sand surkhi or sand, or kankar lime, as specified should be of standard specification. The material of mortar shall be first dry mixed, measuring with boxes to have the required proportion and then water added slowly and gradually and mixed thoroughly. The thickness of plaster, patches of 15cm*15cm applied in two or three coats. To ensure uniform thickness of plaster , patches of 15cm strips 1m apart or 10cm wide plaster shall be applied first at about 2m apart to act as a guide. Brought to true smooth and uniform surface be means of float and trouble. External plastering shall be stared from top and worked down towards floor. Internal plastering shall be started whenrever the building frame is ready and centering of the roof slab and beam removed. Ceiling plastering shall be plastered surface shall be kept wet for ten days. The surface should be protected from rain, sun, frost, etc. For ideal work, The plastering should be applied in three coats he rendering or first cost of 10mm, the floating or seconds cost of 10mm to 6 mm and finishing cost of 5 to 6mm having a total minimum thickness of20mm the first cost shall be applied on the prepared surface cleaned and wetted surface be dashing the mortar and floated roughly with wooden float it shall be kept damp for at last 2 days when the first cost has sufficiently set the surface shall be wetted and a second cost of plaster shall be applied and brought to true even surface and then lightly roughened with a wooden float to provide bond for the finished cost. The finishing cost shall then be surface by float and trowel. The work shall be tested frequently with a straight

2.5CM CEMENT CONCRETE FLOOR:The cement concrete shall be proportion 1:2:5 or 1:5/2:3 as specified. Cement shall be fresh Portland cement of standard specification the coarse aggregate shall e hard and tough of 20mm gauge, well graded and free from dust, dir , etc. The sand shall be coarse of 5mm maximum sixe and down, well grade, clean and free from dust, dirt and organic matters. The floors shall be leveled and divided into hand panels of size no exceeding I meter in its smaller dimensions and 2 meters in large dimension . Glass or aluminum strips 3mm thick and depth equal to the thickness of floor shall be fixed on the base with with cement mortar. Required amber of slope shall be given the floor for draining wash water. Mixing of concrete shall be done either be hand mixing or by mechanical mixer. In case of hand mixing of first cement and sand mixed with sand mixed dry thoroughly and the day mix cement and sand mixed with ballast dry till stone ballast are well coated with dry mix of land sand and then mixed by added water slowly and gradually to the required quantity and mixed thoroughly to have uniform plastic mix. Concrete for on panel only shall be mixed in one lot. Liters per bag of cement . Alternate panels laid on alternate days. The floor shall be lid in two layers . Lower layer whose. 22mm thick and upper layers 3mm thick. The base shall be made rorgh and cleaned and soaked with water thoroughly and then giving cement washes just before laying. Concrete shall be placed gently and evenly and compacted by beating with wooden thapies and then the surface shall be tempted with tempted with wooden tempers. The surface shall be smoothened with wooden floats and any unevenness laying shall be removed by adding 1:2 cement sand mortar. Finally the surface shall be left undisturbed for two hours and then covered with ret bags and after 24 hours the cured by flooding with water and kept folded for at least 7 days . The surface of floor may be polished if specified . It is important that some brand of cement is used for the whole floor of one room and proportion are maintained strictly tp have a uniform color. Junction of floor with wall plaster , dado and skirting shall be rounded off neatly.

CIVIL ENGINEERING
WHITE WASHING:Fresh white lime slaked at site of work should be mixed with sufficient rater to make in thin cream. The approximate quantity of water required making the cream is 5 liters of water to on e kg of 1 me. It shall then be screened through a course cloth and gum in the proportion of 10 grams to 16 liters of wash shall be added . The surface should be dry and thoroughly leaned from dust and dirt. The wash shall be applied moonlit or just brush vertically and horizontally alternately and the wash kept stirred in the container while using two or three coats shall be applied specified and each cot shall be perfectly dry before the succeeding coat is applied over it after finishing the surface shall we perfectly uniform color the white wash should not splash on the floor and other surfaces in old surface the surface should cleaned and repaired with cement mortar where necessary and allowed dry before white wash each applied for final coat blue pigment power should mixed to the required quantity with lime water to give a bright white surface . DOORS AND WINDOWS The chaukhats shall be properly framed and Joined be mortise and ten on joint with hard wooded points and the joints shall be coated with white lead before being fitted together The chaukhats shall be f section as per drawing may be 7.5*10cm , 10*10cm, 8*12m similar section for double leaves the chaukhats shall be of the 8*12cm section concealed faces of chaukhts shall be pointed with two coats or coal tar or so lignum and the other faces be painted with a prime coat before fixing in position.

Chaukhats The chaukhats shall be properly framed and joined be mortise and ten on joint with hard wooden points ,and the joints shall be coated with white lead before being fitted to gather .The chaukhats shall be f section as per drawing , may be 7.5*10cm ,10*10cm, 8*12cm or similar section for double leaves the chaukhats shall be of the 8*12 cm section, Concealed faces of chaukhts shall be painted with two coats or cal tar or so lignum and the other faces shall be painted with 12m or similar section for double leaves the chaukhats shall be of the 8*12 cm section, concealed faces of chaukhts shall be painted with two coats or coal tar or so lignum and the other faces shall be painted with a prime coat before fixing in position. SHUTTERS AND LEAVES The shutters may be planned glazed , part paneled and part glazed batten or venetian and specified .The thickness of shutters shall be 3cm to5cm as specified. The stylish ,rails and panels shall be planed and neatly truly finished to the exact dimensions. The stylish and rails shall be framed properly and accurately with mortise and ten on joint and shall be fixed with 12m insertion in to the rails and styles rails provide with moldings as per design. FITTINGS All doors shall be provide with handles on both sides and all windows with handles on the inner side. One of the doors of each room shall be provide with sliding bolts on the outer side for locking ,Necessary hinges, towel bolts ,hook bolts, stops for keeping the leaves open, and also wooden blocks to prevent leaves striking the jams of wallet, shall be provided . The fittings may be iron, brush or oxidized as specified of approved quality screws shall be of suitable length and correct diameters and shall fixed with screwdriver and not by hammering. PAINTING:The surface of shutters and chaukhats shall be painted with two coats of approved paints over a coat of priming . cases of chaukhats in contacts with masonry shall paints with two coats of so lignum or coal tar or other preservative before fixing. A prime coat of painting with primer paints shall be applied on the remaining surfing surface before fixing in position.

MEASUREMENT:The rate shall be for the complete work including hanging and fixing in position . The chaukhats shall be measure in cum under wood work for the finished work ,and the length of tenbons, horns, etc, shall be added to right lengths. The measurement of shutters shall be taken in sq m for the finished work in closed position overlaps of the shutters shall be not measured .The painting shall be measured .The paintings shall be measured separately under a separate item in sq m. The coat of fitting may be excluded if specified , and the fitting supplied by the department r owned , but the fixing of the the fittings and hinging in position shall be included in the rate.

P.W.D SCHEDULE OF RATE

UNIT WEINGT OF MATERIAR Serial no. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Materials Bitumen Brick (approx) Cement Mild steel Cast iron Ply wood (1mm thick) Stone ballast Shingle (38mm) Gravel Gravel rammed dry Sand Chirwood Deodar wood Sal wood Teakwood Sheet glass(1mmthick) Stone for masonry Sita tax low den site Practical Board Black plain iron sheet (0.63mm thick or 24 gauge ) Do (.80Thick 22guage) Snow load on roof Slacked line Loose earth units 1040kg per cum 1750 kg per cum 1440kg per cum 7830 kg per cum 7080 kg per cum .70 kg per cum 1600 kg per cum 1460 kg per cum 1600 kg per cum 1900 kg per cum 1600kg per cum 575 kg per cum 545 kg per cum 865 kg per cum 640kg per cum 2.5 kg per cum 2000kg per cum 12mm thich 3.7 kg per cum 4.95 kg per cum

20 21 22 23

6.30kg per sqm per cum 2.50 kg per cum 640 kg pr sqm 1600 kg per sqm

CHAPTER I NOTE 1 The rate for items 2.3, 38.39, and 41, are quarry rate inclusive of royalty but exclusive of trade tax and contractors profit. 2 The rate for all other items are at the nearest railhead and municipal limits (expects for items 1,45,and 46 ) but cartage per ch-3 shall be added for items 45 and 46 cartage will be admissible from nearest van depot or actual cartage distance . 3 Wastage @for 2% for grit, shingle and 1% for stone ballast shall be applicable for preparing RMR for stone ballast shall be applicable for preparing RMR for road work.

4 No void shall be deducted while taking supply of stone ballast grit and stone boulders 5 5% contractors profit may be given while taking supply through some agency other than direct supplier. 6 No quarrying charge shall be paid item 2, 3, 38, 39, and 41 taxes but excluding contractors profit.

S. NO. 1. 2. 3 4 5 6. 7 8 9 10 11

MATERIAL DECRIPTON Bolts and Nuts Bees Wax 13 mm Dia -22mm Dia (15cm Long) UNIT Per Kg. Deleted Per bag 50 KG Per Kg Per kg Deleted Per kg Per kg Per kg Per sqm Per sqm Per sqm Per sqm Per R.M. Per R.M. Per R.M. Per R.M.

RATE(RS)

Cement Portland Cement (white) ACC Madras Coltar Caustic Soda Cinder Cotton ( String ) Oil distemper first quality of burger of equivalent Dry distemper first quality of burger of equivalent 5.5mm thick plain 5.5mm thick frosted Glass Ordinary 3mm thick plain Glass strip ( 40mm wide) 4.8mm thick 4mm thick plain Glass strip ( 25mm wide) 2.8mm thick 4.8mm thick 2.8mm thick

315 700.00

12

260.00 30.00 385.00 396.00 260.00 275.00 242.00 10.00 8.00 7.00 700.00 600.00 60.00 65.00 3850.00 3750.00 3700.00 4500.00 6400.00 5600.00 580.00

13 14 15

Insulating material Lime White For Building Unshackled For road Led red powder Sindoor Sindoor Safeda Led red M.S. flats Angles , Tees channel and likewise M.S. round up to 12 mm Dia M.S. round above 12mm Dia R.S, Joist C.I. Barbed Wire G.I. Plane sheet 20B.W.To 24B.W.G. G.I. Plane sheet 20B.G.ToBW.G. Dia30xm(mean) Dia

Delete Per qtl. Per qtl. Per Kg Per Kg Per Kg

16 17 18 19 20

Per R.M.

S.NO. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 7

Material description A.C. Pipe(plain bend, soe, head)

9 10 11 12

Unit 8cm dia to 10Dia Each 15cm Dia Each Sand ( course) nat nearest approved quarry Per cum Surkhi Per cum A.C. pipe ( Bend with access door) 8cm Dia To 10 Dia Each 15cm Dia Each Cast iron pipe ( rain water) 5cm Dia ( 4,5 to 5 Kg) Per Kg 10cm Dia ( 11 to 12 Kg) Per Kg Fine sand ( of fitness modulus1.25) at rearest approved Quarry Per Kg ( local sand) Stone For building & bridge Per cum masonry work ar quary For site development Per cum work at quaary Cast iron pipe ( rainwater) Roes cowel 5cm Dia Each Do but 10cm Dia Each Heat 5cm Dia Each Do but 10cm Dia Each Shoe 5cm Dia Each Do but 10cm Dia Each Bend 10cm Dia Each Do but 10cm Dia Each Whiting Per Qtl Washer Washer ( Limpet) perQtl Wood preservative Wood Wood chukhat Section ( C.Pteak) Sisham Indian Shal Devdar Country Cheer

Rate(Rs)

As per Van Nigam

S.NO.

MATERIAL

UNIT

RATE(Rs)

Glazed tiles equivalent

(I.S.I)

marked or

200mm x 300mm size white 200mm x 300mm size colored

Pice

22.00

Marble white alebeta 18 to 20mm, 60cm x 60m Marble white dhungrl 18 to 20 cm , 60cm x 60xm

Pice Sqm

20.00 900.00

Marble white adnaga 18to 20cm , 60cmx 60xm

Sqm

825.00

Black granite ( polished) in big slab 20mm thick black gracite polished

Sqm

2250.00

Marble / Stone tile

Black granite (polished )in big slab 100mm thick

Sqm

1250.00

Kota stone of ASI(K)16to 24mm thick, 60cm x 60cm

Each

260.00

Kota stone of ASI(K)25 to 40mm thick Dholpur stone strip (polished) 500x125x 16mm 500x80x 12mm 500x 13816cm Precast terrazzo tiles 20mm 250mmx 250mm size

Each

285.00 15.50

Each

8.50 11.50 12.00

Precast Tiles

Each

Thick with gray cement 125mmx250mm size Precast terrazzo tiles 20mm- 250mmx250mm size Thick with white cement -120mmx 250mmx size Chequrered terrazzo tiles white gray cement 4 Bell / kajaria tiles/ ro- ramano tiles (White cloudy ordinary colors) For floor size 300x 300mm white For wall size 200x 300mm colored

Each Each Each Each Each Each

6.50 12.50 7.00 11.00 45.00 24.00

5.

Aluminum door fitting -

-10mm dia 80m long -10mm dia 80m long I.S.I. marker aluminum tower10MM Dia 80m long 10mm dia 80m long -10mm dia 80m long

Dozn Dozn Dozn

400.00 450.00 500.00

Dozn Dozn Each 10mm dia 80 long Each Each I.S.I.aluminum door handle10mm dia 80m long - 10mm dia 80m long Each

70.00 850.00 240.00 240.00 275.00 35.00

I.S.I.market aluminum tower 10mm 80dia long Bolt with nut and bolt. 10mm dia 80m long

Each

58.00

S.NO. Material 1.

Oxidized iron Fainting (I.S.I.) Marked only

Oxidized ironTower bolt -

Oxided Sliding bolt

Door handle screw 2

9mm dia & 100m long with screw 9mm dia & 150m long with screw 9mm dia &200mm long with screw 9mm dia & 250mm long with screw 16mm dia & 200mm Long with nnut & bolt 16mm dia & 200m Long with nut & bolt 16mm dia & 20mm Long with nut screw 100mm long with screw 100mm long with

Unit Each Each Each Each Each Each Each Each Each Dozen Dozen Dozen Dozen Dozen Dozen Each Each 200 No. 200 No. 200 No. 200 No.

Rate(Rs) 15.00 20.00 30.00 32.00 60.00 75.00 90.00 15.00 20.00 32.00 70.00 48.00 90.00 120.00 190.00 16.00 15.00 45.00 60.00 70.00 80.00

53mm long Miscellaneous fitting 63mm long I.S.I. marked 75mm long Iron hinges 100mm long 125mm long 150mm long Oxidized window clasher right and left Oxidized iron stay 12mm 15mm 20mm Iron screw 25mm

30mm 35mm (needle fold) 45mm 50mm 3. welded mesh 1x2 size of 10 gauge M.S wire 1x3size of 10 gauge M.S. wire Meshes Murga jail 0.5x24 gauge Welded mesh 2x2sizeof 10 gauge M.S. wire Welded mesh 4x4 size of10 gauge M.S. wire 4 12mm thick Plywood 6mm thick Board and doors (I.S.I. 4mm thick marked) Flush door 32mm thick 35mm thick Flush door 40mm thick Fiber wood 6mm thick Particle board Veneered 12mm thick Particle board 20mm thick 25mm thick 200 No. 100 No. 100 No. 100No. Qtl. Qtl. Sqm Qtl. Qtl Sqm Sqm Sqm Sqm Sqm Sqm Sqm Sqm Sqm Sqm 45.00 45.00 75.00 75.00 5500.00 5500.00 28.00 5700.000 5700.00 280.00 250.00 195.00 8500.00 830.00 950.00 90.00 325.00 340.00 310.00

MISSCLLANEOUS Teak FITING Wood Particle Board 19mm Thick 19mm thick 19mm thick 12mm thick 12mm thick 330.00 650.00 725.00 225.00 525.00

Laminated One side Laminated Both side Laminated One side

LABOR RATE
NOTES:1 % Extra shall be allowed within nagarpalika /town area/cent area index for altitude shall be given as per detail givec beloq/

Up to 1801 to 1800mt nil 1801 to 2000 5% 2501 to 3000m 15% 3001 to 3051mt 20% Above 3500mt 25% Index for distance shall be most be allowed on above rate.

-S. NO. 1- Unskilled 175.00

CLASS OF LABOR UNIT RATE Bealder, Wacthman, Waterman, Mail, Per Day Majdoor, Lab Man , Helper, Sweeper (Fulltime). Bhishti,Bearer, Telephone ,

Attendant, Hammer Man, Pump Attendant, 2- Semiskilled Hole Driller , Rock Cutter, White Washer, Per Day 200.00 Labor Nepali Labor , Khan Labor Assistant, Gauge Reader, Cleaner, Work Agent, Mate work, Supervisor,( Below High School), Mixer, Operator , Generator Se Operator Up To 10kv, Cocks Regulator, Attendant, Barrage Gate Operator Caretaker, Furrow, Bow Blue Print, Photo State Machine Operator, Winch Operator, junior fitter, Stone Cutter/Dresser, Bitumen, Bealdar, Compressor Operator Assistant Borer, Dresser, 3- Skilled Mistri, Mason, Carpenter, Blacksmith, Per Day 300.00 Labor Painter, Plumber, Amin, Tracer, Surveyor, Revert, Welder, Turner, Electrical, Work, Supervisor, (High School And Above) Driver (Truck/Tractor/Jeep/Car/Tanker/Fire Engine Road Roller,) Operators, (Dozer/Dumper/Crane/ Loader/Grade/Water Above 10kv. Drg Line.) Molder, Maker. Mechanic, Had Pump Borer, Sawyer. 4-Other Specified Man With One Mule Per Day 310.00 Labor Extra For One Mule Per Day 170.00

CARTAGE OF MATERIALS

CARTAGE OF MATERIALS FOR HILS Notes: Index for distance and height shall not be applicable to the cartage rate. The rate include contractors profit. The cartage rates are for both side journey i.e. return journey cartage shall be not added in this rates. The rate are only applicable for hills areas. S. NO. MATERIAL DESCRIPTION UNIT
1km 2%3km 4&5km 6to 10km 11 to 20km 21 to 30km 31 to 50km Beyond 50km 1km 2&3km 4&5km

RATE(Rs)
Per cum/km Per cum/km Per cum/km Per cum/km Per cum/km Per cum/km Per cum/km Per cum/km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km 72.00 11.00 10.00 9.00 7.00 6.00 6.00 5.00 57.00 10.00 8.00 7.00 6.00 5.000 4.50 3.50 72.00 11.00 10.00 9.00 7.00 6.00 6.00

Cartage of material like, sand gtrit, stone, Coal, wood ( excluded fuel wood) etc. Including loading, unloading, goods tax (if but excluding stacking)

Cartage of material like cement, fuel wood, Lime etc. including loading unloading, Goods tax ( if any buy excluding stacking)

6to 10km 11 to 20km 21 to 30km 31 to 50km Beyind 50km 1km Same as time no 141 (b) but for cartage of 2& 3km maxi halt 4 &5km 6 to 10km 11 to 20km 21 to 30km 31 to 50km

CARTAGE OF MATERIALS FOR HILS Notes: Index for distance and height shall not be applicable to the cartage rate. The rate include contractors profit. The cartage rates are for both side journey i.e. return journey cartage shall be not added in this rates. The rate are only applicable for hills areas. S. NO. MATERIAL DESCRIPTION UNIT
1km 2%3km 4&5km 6to 10km 11 to 20km 21 to 30km 31 to 50km Beyond 50km 1km 2&3km 4&5km Per cum/km Per cum/km Per cum/km Per cum/km Per cum/km Per cum/km Per cum/km Per cum/km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km Per M.T./km

RATE(Rs)
60.00 9.00 8.00 7.00 5.00 5.00 4.00 4.00 50.00 8.00 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.000 3.50 3.50 60.00 9.00 8.00 7.00 5.00 5.00 4.00 5.00

Cartage of material like, sand gtrit, stone, Coal, wood ( excluded fuel wood) etc. Including loading, umloading, goods tax (if but excluding stacking)

Cartage of material like cement, fuel wood, Lime etc. including loading unloading, Goods tax ( if any buy excluding stacking)

6to 10km 11 to 20km 21 to 30km 31 to 50km Beyind 50km 1km Same as time no 141 (b) but for cartage of 2& 3km maxiphalt 4 &5km 6 to 10km 11 to 20km 21 to 30km 31 to 50km Beyond 50km

S.n o. 1.

MATERIAL DESCRIPTION Cartage or ballast, coal grit sand and similar by head loss 3chain including loading and unloading but excluding staking Beyond 3chain up to 10 chain (3000M) As item 42a above nut for cement steel timber wood And other such material up to 3chain (90m)

UNIT per per 17.00 Chain of 30m 12.70 per cum 1.50 chain of 30m

Rate(rs )

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Beyond 3chain up to 10chain 3000m 1.10 As in item 142a & 143a above but when mules are used & per cum per 10.00 Cartage in up to 1/2km such material up to 3chain (90m) 9.00 Beyond (1/2) As in item 142a &143a above but for regular bride Per qtl For unwieldy loads by man ula labor, roada per1/2km Equal to more than one, for foot tacks Loading of material ballast coal. Grit etc. but excluding staking Per cum Same as item no. 146a above but like cement , steel maxi halt lime etc. Per M.T. Loading kef bricks into trucks. Per1000nos Loading of unwieldy materials into trucks. Per M.T. Up to 30cm dia Each Loading of 3cm to 9cm dia Each hume pipe Beyond 90cm dia Each Loading of maxi halt drums Per drum Unloading of material like ballastgrit,etc but excluding staking Per cum Unloading of material like cement steel lime etc, but excluding staking Per cum Unloading of maxi halt drum Per M.T. Unloading of bricks including stacking Each Unloading of unwieldy materials Per 100nos Up to 30cmdia Per M.T. Unloading of Hume pipes 31cmqto 90cm dia Each Beyond 90cm Unloading of cement steel bitumen from railway wagon and wagon and stacking on the platform. Stacking of stone ballast grit sand and stone boulder etc. Same as item 148a but for cement steel coal maxi halt etc. Stacking of maxi halt drums including shifting up to 30M Each Per M.T. Per cum Per M.T. Per M.T.

36.40

18.20 27.30 31.80 32.00 10.00 22.00 27.00 36.00 12.00 12.00 11.00 5.00 17.00 24.00 18.00 25.00 18.00 12.00 18.00 14.00

7.

s.no. 1

2. 3. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Material Description Unit Each work in cutting or in embankment in ordinary soil excavation to be in the from regular pit not exceeding meter 20 in depth & earthwork in embankment to be in 20cm 8 layered including 1.5 meter (5) lift &30 meter100ft distance as directed as spoil balks with in 30m 100ft distance by the engineer in charge. Hill side cutting ordinary soil including removal and disposal of surplus excavated material & debris up to a distance of 30m from road side as directed by engineer in charge make the road way as per plane & I section & as per P.W.D. specification & also including cost of all labor T&P & machinery etc. required for proper completion work . Item 151 above but excavation in soil mixed with moorum shingle etc require the use of special T&P such as pickaxes cabal etc. As in 152above but excavation in soft rock and soft shale As in item 152 above but excavation in medium rock and medium shale As in item 152 above but excavation in hard rock and hard shale As in item 152 above but excavation in very hard rock and very hard As in item 152 above but excavation in soil with earth mixed with boulder As in item 152 above but excavation in very hard rock and very hard shale and blasting boulder. As in item 152 above but excavation in homogenous rock Add to item 151 to 157 above of every additional lead of 30 meter or part there of or for every additional lift of 1.5 meter or part there of Filling earth watering dressing ramming and carriage form a distance not excluding 60 meter from the site. Deleted Stone Filling in wire crate ( stone size not less then 20cm) Hand pack stone Filling (as direct by Engineer in charge) Excavation in Foundation in all type of soil including lift up to 1.5 meter & lead up to 30 meters and including for building & brick work The trench or into the space between the building and the sides of foundation trench into the plaint & removal & disposal of surplus directed by engineer in charge the 30 meter form foundation trench work For road

Rates 3000.00

3000.00

3300.00 3900.00 6600.00 3700.00 12000.00 12000.00 1700.00 40.00 220.00 145.00 60.00

40.00

EARTH WORK CONDITIONS 155/17 will be allowed only after personal verification and checking by the assistant engineer /executive engineer respectively and also after recording are certificate to this effect. Index allowed for road as below on labor part only. Distance index (from nearest rail head ). 0.5% per 25km . on motor roads . 0.5% per 25km on bridle road . Height Index a) b) c) d) e) Up to 18.00 meter nil 18.01 meter to 2200meter 2501 meter to 2900meter 2201meter to 2500meter More than 2900meter

-1% per 100meter - 4% +5%per 100 meter - 10% + 5% per 100meter - 30% +10% per 10

BRICK M100 Cost of Brick /1000 Cartage from I.S.B.T To kaulagarh distance 1 km @75.00/cum/km 2 to 3 @12.4/cum/km 4 to 5 @10.3/cum/km 6 to 10 @9.2 /cum/km 11 to 16 @8.8/cm/km TOTAL CHARGE Multiply by 2.7 for 1000 Bricks (total charge)x2.7 Staking Charge Total =5000 1 2 2 5 5 75.00 12.4 10.3 9.2 8.8 =75.00 =24.00 =20.60 =46.00 =44.00 =210.40

= = = SUPPLY OF CEMENT

Rs568.08 Rs 35.00 Rs603.00 =Rs 315

Cost of cement/bag (A) Cartage from I.S.B.T to kaulagarh distance 1 km @60/cum/km 2 to 3 km @11/cum/km 4 to5 km @8.5/cum/km 6 to 10km @7/cum/km 11 to 16km @6.3/cum/km TOTAL CHARGE Staking charge of material /meter @21.00 TOTAL (X) Total cartage of /bag 186.5/20(b) Total cost of one bag (A+B)

1 2 2 5 5

60.00 11.00 8.5 7 6.3

=60Rs =22Rs =17Rs =35Rs =31.5Rs =165.5Rs =21.00Rs =186.00Rs =9.3Rs =324.3Rs

SUPPLY OF COARSE SAND Supply of course sand from chauras quarry, I/c loading and goods tax etc 1. Cost material as/S.I No. 38 = 500 Less royalty = 40/cm Total (a) = 460/cum Cartage distance from chauras quarry to road head Srinagar 1km @72.00/cum/km 1 72.00 =72.00Rs 2 to 3 @11/cum/km 2 11.00 =22.00Rs 4 to5 @10/cum/km 2 10.00 =20.00Rs 6 to 10 @9 /cum/km 5 9.00 =45.00Rs Total(x) =159.00 Staking charge of material /cum@Rs. 17.00 = Rs.17.00 Total (B) = Rs.176.00 Total (A+B) = Rs636.00 SUPPLY OF FINE SAND Supply of course from chauras quarry, I/C Loading, Unloading and goods tax etc 1. Cost of material as/S.I. No39 = 450 Less royalty = 35/cum Total (A) = 415.00 Cartage of material same is above itemno3 (B) = 176.00 (A+B) = 591.00

SUPPLY OF 20MM STONE BALLAST 1. Cost of material (hand broken) S.I No. 2(a) Less royalty Total (a) 2. Cartage by mule from collection point to site Up to km @10.00/QTI/1/2KM Total Staking charge of material /cum@Rs 17 Total (b) Total (a+b)

=630 =40/cm =590.00 =0.50 km =RS160./cm =Rs 160/00 =Rs 17.00 =Rs177/cum =767.00

SUPPLY OF 40MM STONE BALLAST 1. Cost of material as per S.I.No. 39 Less royalty Total(A) 2. Cartage of material same as above item no.(b) (A+B)

=500/cum =40cum =460.00 cum =177/cum =637/cum

COST OF STEEL 1. Cost of material as per S.I.No.20(h)(2) =4700/QTI 2. Cartage of material same as above item no 2553/10 =255.3 QTI Total = 4955.3/Qtl

S.no. cost

CEMET CONCRETE 1:4:8 IN FOUNDATION Unit-10cum Description Quantity or

Rate (Rs.) ( Rs)

1. Materials 2275 107575

Stone ballet 40mm 5000 Sand (FINE) Cement (34.15 beg) Mistri (head mason)

10cum 4.55cum 34.15 beg Nos 12Nos 11/2Nos.

500 500 315 320 175 300 175 175 120 160

160 Majdoor 2100 2 Labor 1650 3150 Bhisti 700 Sundries T and P 120 Form work 160 Total 26072.25 L.S. L.S. 4 Nos Mason

Boy and women (coolie) 18Nos

Total material and labor Add 10%contractor profit Add 1.5% water charge Total Rate Per cum Rate per cum Or. Say

= 26072.25 =2607.22 =391.08 =29070.55rs =24292.77 =2429.77 =2907.05rs

TERRAZZO FLOOR (1.5) Cement marble chips unit ISOM,TAKE 100 SQM S.NO. Desription (Rs) Cost(Rs.)1 1 Marbel chips3mm gauge(0.6cum) 2200.00 Materials Marble dust(4.o4cum) 153.00 Cement (.04cum) 3780 2 Labor Head mason 270.00 320 Mason 260.00 6000 Beldar 140.00 3500 Bhisti 175 140.00 175 Crborendum man 140.00 21000 Carborendum stone 200.00 220 Oxzilic acid power 140.00 175 From work 150.00 160 T. and P. 150.00 120 31383.00 Total material and labor Add 10% contractor profit Add 1.5% water charge Rate of 100 sqm Per meter sqm

Qty.or Nos. 10Qtl 0.57qut 12 bag 320 300 175

Rate 220 204 315

175 220 175 160 120 Total = = = = = 37803 3780.3 567.05 42150.35 4215.03 =

R.C.C. WORK 1:3/2:3


Take 10cum 1cum Description Mistri (head mason) Mason Majdoor (Belder) Coolie Sundries T & P Description Cost (Rs) Materials Stone ballast 20mm Sand( Coarse) Cement Mild steel bar @2%=cum Binding wire 8.40cum 4.2cum 84bags 15.60qtl 1.5kg Total 8nos. 8nos. L.S. 630.00 500.00 315.00 3750.00 55.00 300.00 175.00 120.000 5290.00 2100.00 26460.00 58725.00 82.00 92669.5 2400.00 1400.00 120.00 3920.00 900.00 3000.00 1750.00 150.00 50.00 5850.00 Qty.or nos. Rate(Rs) Nos 320.00 3Nos 30.00 12Nos 175.00 20Nos 175.00 L.S. 160.00 Total Qty.or nos. UnitCost (Rs 160.00 300.00 2100.00 3500.00 160.00 6820.00 Rate (Rs)

Labor

88207.5 Bending Black smith(2nd class) cranking & Majdoor( belder) binding T & P etc steel Centring planks bellies Carpenter Iind class Majdoor Nails T. &P.

Total and L.S. 10Nos. 10Nos. L.S. Total

900.00 300.00 170.00 150.00 50.00

Total of material and labor add the Contractor profit in labor charge 10% Grand Total Rate of 10m3 Rate /m3

= = = = =

170459.5 17045.95 111445.31 187505.45 18750.54

Labor

(EARTH FILLING IN PLINTH) Mistri ( head nason) Nos. Majdoor (Belder) 12Nos. Coolie 8Nos. Bhisti 2Nos. Sundries T &P L.S. Total = = = =

320/day 175/day 175/day 175/day 120/day

160.00 2100.00 1400.00 150.00 120.00 4130.00

Add the contractor profit in labor charge 10% Grand Total Rate /contractor 100cum Rs. Rate for I cum CEMENT CONCRETE Unit 1 cum Description Stone ballast Sand (coarse) Cement Mistri (head mason) Mason Majdoor (beldar) Coolie Bhisti Sundry T and P etc Form work = = = = = Qty.or nos. 8.0cum 4.4cum 65.14bags 1/2nos 3/2ons 12nos 18 nos 4 nos L.S L.S. 35083.1 877.8 3508.31 39468.49 3946.84

413.00 4543.00 4543.00 45.43 take = 10cum

Material

Labor

Rate (Rs) 630/cum 500/cum 315/cum 320/cum 300/cum 175/cum 175/cum 175/cum 160/cum 100/cum Total

Cost (Rs) 5544.00 2200.00 20519.0 160.00 450.00 2100.00 3150.00 700.00 160.00 100.00 350831

Total material and labor Add 2.5% water charge Add 10% contractor profit Total Rate per m3

BRICK WORK IN SUB STRUCTURE (First class brick work in super structure 20x 10x10 (Nominal size ) Brick in cement mortar 1:6)) Unit-1 cum 10/cum Description Brick (1st class) Cement Local sand Mistri (head nason) Mason Majdoor (belder) Majdoor Bhisti T &P Qty.or nos. 5000Nos. 15bags 3cum Total nos. 7no. 7no. 7no. 2no. L.S. Total = = = = = Rate (Rs) 5000.00 345.00 500.00 320.00/day 300.00/day 175/day 175/day 175/day 100/day Takes

Material

Labor

Cast (Rs) 25000.00 4725.00 1500.00 31225.00 160.00 2100.00 1225.00 1225.00 350.00 100.00 5160.00

Total material and labor Add 2.5% water charge Add 10% contractor profit Total Rate /m3

36385 909.63 3685.5 40933.13 4093.31

BRICK WORK IN SUB STRUCTURE (First class brick work in super structure 20x 10x10 (Nominal size ) Brick in cement mortar 1:6)) Unit-1 cum 10/cum Description Brick (1st class) Cement Local sand Mistri (head nason) Mason Majdoor (belder) Majdoor Bhisti T &P Qty.or nos. 5000Nos. 15bags 3cum Total nos. 10no. 7no. 10no. 2no. L.S. L.S. Total Total material and labor Add 2.5% water charge Add 10% contractor profit Total Rate /m3 = = = = = 38110 952.75 3811.0 42873.75 4287.37 Rate (Rs) 5000.00 315.00 500.00 320.00/day 300.00/day 175/day 175/day 175/day 100/day Takes

Material

Labor

Cast (Rs) 25000.00 4725.00 1500.00 31225.00 160.00 3000.00 1225.00 1750.00 350.00 300.00 100.00 6885.00

DAMP PROOF COURSE (2.5CM THICK dpm WITH cement concrete 1:2:4 ) Unit sqm 100sqm Description Stone ballast 12mm gauge Materials Course sand Cement cem-seal Impermo(1kg/bag) Mistri ( head mason) Mason Majdoor (Belder) Bhisti Form in side Sundries T.& P. Qty.or Nos.. 2.43 1.21 18.2 18.2 Total no 8nos 8nos 1nos L.S. L.S. Total Rate (Rs) 700 500 315 30 320 300 175 175 100.00/day 100.00/day

Take

Labor

Cost (Rs) 1701.00 605.00 5733.00 546.00 8586.00 160 2400 1400 175 100.00 100.00 4,335.00

Total material and labor Add 2.5% water charge Add 10% contractor profit Total Rate.sqm

= = = = =

12921.00 323.03 1292.1 14536.13 145.36

PLASTERING (12MM THICK PLASTE WITH CEMENT MORTOR 1:6- SURFACE NEAT CEMENT FINISHED) UNIT-1M2 100M2 Particular Cement Fine snad Cement finishing Qty.or nos. 8.6bags 2.72cum surface 6bags Total nos. 12nos 15nos 1nos. L.S. Total = = = = = 12383 309.57 1238.3 13930.87 139.30 Rate (Rs) 315 450 315 TAKECost (Rs) 2709 1224 1890 5823 160 3600 2625 175 100 6560

Materials

for

Labor

Head mason mason Beldar Bhisti Sundries T &P

320 300 175 175 100

Total material & labor Add 2.5% water charge Add 10% contractor profit Total 100m2 rate Rate /sqm

PLASTERING (12MM THICK PLASTE WITH CEMENT MORTOR ) UNIT-1M2 100M2 Particular Materials Cement Fine snad Qty.or nos. 8.6bags 1.72cum Total nos. 12nos 15nos 3/4nos. L.S. Total = = = = = = 9499.25 237.48 949.92 32.15 10686.65 106.86 Rate (Rs) 315 450 TAKECost (Rs) 2709 774 5823 160 3000 2625 131.25 100 6016.25

Labor

Head mason mason Beldar Bhisti Sundries T &P

320 300 175 175 100

Total material & labor Add 2.5% water charge Add 10% contractor profit Total 100m2 rate Grand total Rate /sqm

WHITE WASHING ( WHITE WASHING LIME ONE COAT) UNIT- SQM Description Materials White lime Gild power Blue (pigment color) White washer Boy coolies Sundries tool plant Qty. 10Kg L.S. L.S. 3/2nos. 3/2nos L.S. Total = 93.25 = 23.31 = 1049.06 COLOR WASHING TAKE 100sqm Rate (Rs) 7.00Kg 150.00 10.00 200.00 175.00 50.00 Cost (Rs) 70.00 150.00 100.00 300.00 262.5 50.00 932.5

Labor

Add 10%contractor profit 2.5% water charge Grand total

UNIT- SQM Description Materials White lime Gild power Color matter White washer Boy coolies Sundries tool plant = = 1162.5 116.25 Qty. 10Kg L.S. 1.5kg Total 3/2nos. 3/2nos L.S. Total

TAKE 100sqm Rate (Rs) 7.00Kg 250.00 220.00 200.00 175.00 50.00 Cost (Rs) 70.00 150.00 330.00 550.00 300.00 262.5 50.00 612.5

Labor

Total material and labor Add 10%contractor profit

2.5% water charge Grand total Rate per m2

= = =

29.06 1307.81 130.78

Wood work (Wood work in chaukhats or frame of door window ) Unit- cum Description quantity cost in rs Material Timber (1.5x0.8x0.12) 0.053cum (L=2x2.15+1x1.2=5.5)wastage 0.003cum 2240.00 5% 0.056cum Mistri( carpenter) 1/8 nos 37.00 Labor carpenter 3/4nos 225.00 Coolie 1/2nos 87.50 Sundries L.S. 120.00 2710 Add 10% contractor profit Grand total = = 271.00 2981

Rate Rs/Ps

40000.00

300day 300day 175day 120 Total

PAINTING ONE COST OVER A COAT OF PRIMING Unit- sqm 100sqm Description cost in sqm Material prime coat prime paint 600.00 Painter 1500.00 take quantity 6 liter 5nos RateRs/Ps 100.00lt. 300day

Labor 875.00

Collie Sundries. Putty, brushes 120.00 Sand paper

5nos L.S.

175day 120L.S. Total =

3095.00 Add 10% contractor profit Grand Total Rate per cum

= = =

309.5 3404.5 34.04

SOLIGNUM PAINTING YWO COATS Unit sqm 100 sqm Description in rupees Material Take Quantity prime cost prime paint 1071.00 Painter Collie Sundries putty, brushes Sand paper 2806.00 Add 10%contractor profit = Rs-280.6 Grand total = rs-3086.6 Rate/sqm = rs-30.86 2.5CM CEMENT CONCRETE IN FLOORING 1:2:4 Description cast in rs Material 1512.00 540.00 Cement 5670.00 Cement for surface 1890.00 Total 9612.00 = 0.2cum,6bag 315.00/bag 0.6cum,18bag 315.00/bag quantity stone ballast 20mm gauge Sand(fine ) 2.4cum 1.2cum rate rs/ps 630.00/cum 450.00/cum 11.9 Liter 3.4 Nos 3.4 Nos L.S. Rate Rs/Ps Cost 90.00/liter 300.00/day 1020 175.00/day 595 120.0L.S. Total

Labor 120.00

Mistri(head mason) 240.00 Mason 3000.00 Labor majdoor(beldar) 875.00 Coolie 875.00 175/day 350.00 Saundries T&P 100.00

3/4nos 10nos

320/day 300/day

5nos 5nos vhisti L.S.

175/day 175/day 2nos 100 Total =

5440.00 Total material in labor Add10% contractor profit 2.5%water charge Grand total Rate /sqm

= = = = =

rs 15052.5 rs 1505.2 rs 376.3 rs 16933.5 rs 1693.35

7.5CM CEMENT CONCRETE IN FLOORING 1:4:8 Description cost in rs Stone ballast 40mm gauge 3500.00 Sand (fine) 1925.00 Material cement 7686.00 13111.00 Mistri( head mason) 160.00 Mason 300.00 Labor majdoor (beldar) 1750.00 Coolie 1750.00 Bhisti 175.00 Saundries T &P 150.00 4285.00 1/2Nos 1nos 10nos 10nos 1nos L.S. 320/day 300/day 175/day 175/day 175/day 150 Total = 3.5cum 315cum 550.00/cum 265.00/bag Total = 7cum 500.00/cum quantity raters/Ps

Total material & labor Add 10% contractor profit 2.5% water charges Grand total

= = = =

Rs. 17396.00 Rs. 1739.6 Ra. 434.9 Rs. 19570.5

DETAIL ESTIMATING

ESTIMATING

Total center line length BED ROOM Long wall 300+0.23=3.23m Short wall 2.75+0.23 =2.98m LIVING ROOM Long wall 4.23 +0.23 =4.58m Short wall 2.75 =0.23 =2.98m KITCHEN Long wall 1.5+0.23 =1.73m Short wall =1.45+0.23 =1.68m BATH ROOM Long wall 1.75+0.058+0.115 =1.923m Short wall 1.15+0.23 =1.38 W.C long wll 2.10+0.23=2.33m short wall 1.15+0.058+0.23 =4.073, VERANDHA long wall 3.00+0.23 =3.23m short wall 0.75+0.23 =0.98m

23m

No. Particular & detail of explanatory Work Bed Room Long wall L=3.23+.076 Short wall L=2.98-0.76 L=4.58Living Room Long wall L=0.76/2+0.76/2 Short wall L=2.98-0.76 1.73+0.76/2Kitchen L=0.76/2 L=1.68-0.76 L=1.923 Earth Work in Bath Room Long wall L=0.76/2+0.76/2 L=1.038-0.76/2 Excavation L=1.38-0.60/2 Long wall Short wall

Dimension in meter

Qnt. (cum)

No 2 2

L w D 3.99 0.76 0.70 4.245 2.22 0.76 0.70 2.362

2 2

4.58 0.76 0.70 4.873 2.22 0.76 0.70 2.362 L=

2 2

1.73 0.76 0.70 1.840 0.92 0.76 0.70 0.978

2 1

1.92 0.76 0.70 2.046 1.00 0.76 0.70 0.532 1.08 0.60 0.70 0.453

Short wall

In foundation L=2.33W.C. Long wall L=76/2+0.76/2 L=1.073-0.76/2Short wall 0.60/2 L=3.23+0.76/2verandah 0.70 3.436 0.76/2 L=0.98-0.76/2 0.117 0.60/2 1 2.33 0.76 0.70 1.239

0.39 0.76 0.70 0.418 Long wall 2 3.23 0.76

Short wall 1 0.3 0.6

0.22 0.76 0.70

0.70 0.126 TOTAL =

26.005m3

No. explanatory 2

Particular & detail of Work Dimension in meter

Quantity (cum)

Earth

Bed Room Living Room Kitchen Verandah

No 1 1 1 1 1 1

L 2.65 2.65 1.40 2.9 1.65 0.8

W 2.9 4.25 1.35 0.65

D 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38

2.92 4.27 0.71 0.71 0.65 0.6

work in Bath Room filing in plith W.C.

1.05 0.38 2 0.38

Total= 9.86cum

No. explanatory 3

Particular & detail of Work

Dimension in mete

Quantity (cum)

Long wall Short wall Living room Long wall Short wall Cement Long wall Concrete kitchen short wall In Long wall Foundation bathroom Short wall W.C Long wall Short wall Long wall Short wall

Bed room

Verandah

No 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1

L 3.99 2.22 4.58 2.22 1.73 0.92 1.92 1 1.08 2.33 2.33 0.39 3.23 0.22 0.33

W 0.76 2.76 0.76 076 0.76 076 0.76 0.76 0.60 0.76 0.60 0.76 0.76 0.76 0.60

D 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.30 030 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.30

1.819 1.012 2.088 1.012 0.788 0419 0.876 0.228 0.189 0.531 0.419 0.143 1.473 0.50 0.06

Total =11.557cum

No. explanatory 4

Particular & detail of Work

Dimension in mete

Quantity (cum)

First footing
nd

No L w Bed Room (Long wall) 2 3.66 0.43

D 0.20 0.629

2 claas B/W in Foundation & plinth in(1:6) 2nd footing 2 3.56 0.33 Plinth 2 3.56 0.33 Bed Room (Short wall) First footing 2 2.55 0.43 nd 2 footing 2 2.65 0.33 Plinth 2 2.65 0.33 Living Room (Long wall) First footing 2 4.58 0.43 nd 2 footing 2 4.48 0.33 Plinth 2 448 0.33 Living Room (Short wall) First Footing 2 2.55 0.43 nd 2 footing 2 2.65 0.33 Plinth 2 2.65 0.33 Kitchen Room(Long wall) First footing 2 1.73 0.43 nd 2 footing 2 1.63 0.33 Plinth 2 1.63 0.33 Kitchen Room(Short wall) First footing 2 1.25 0.43 nd 2 footing 2 1.35 0.33 Plinth 2 1.35 0.33

0.20 0.45 0.20 0.20 0.45 0.20 0.20 0.45 0.20 0.20 0.45 0.20 0.20 0.45 0.20 0.20 0.45

0.469 1.057 0.438 0.877 0.787 0.787 0.591 1.33 0.438 0.349 0.787 0.297 0.215 0.484 0.215 0.178 0.4

First footing 2nd footing Plinth First footing 2nd footing Plinth

Bath Room(Long wall) 2 2.288 0.43 2 2.188 0.33 2 2.188 0.33 Bath Room(Short wall) 2 0.95 0.43 2 1.05 0.33 2 1.05 0.33

0.20 020 0.45 0.20 0.20 0.45

0.393 0.288 0.649 0.081 0.069 0.156

No. explanatory 5

Particular & detail of Work

Dimension in mete

Quantity (cum)

No L W. C. (Long wall)

First footing 0.237 2nd footing Plinth First footing 0.110 2nd footing Plinth First footing 0.555 2nd footing 0.413 2

2.76

0.43

0.20

2 2.66 0.33 020 0.175 2 2.66 0.33 0.45 0.395 W. C. (Short wall) 2 0.643 0.43 0.20 2 0.753 0.33 0.20 0.099 2 0.753 0.33 0.45 0.223 Verandha (Long wall) 2 3.23 0.43 0.20 3.13 0.33 0.20

Plinth 0.929 First footing 0.65 2nd footing

3.13

0.33

0.45

Verandha (Short wall) 2 0.76 2 0.66 0.33

0.43 0.20

0.20 0.043

Plinth 0.098
Total

0.66

0.33

0.45

16.454

Bed room
Long wall sqm 2.5cm damp Proof coarse Long wall sqm Short wall sqm Long wall sqm Living Room 4.58 0.33 2.98 033 2 Short wall 3.23 2 0.33 2.98 1.471 0.33 sqm 1.966

2 2

3.022 1.966

Kitchen Room 1.73 0.33

1.141

Short wall sqm Long wall sqm Short wall sqm Long wall sqm

1.68

0.33

1.108

2 2

Bath Room 1.923 0.33 1.38 W.C. 2.33 2.33 1.073 Verandha 0.33

1.269 0.910

1 1

0.33 0.20 -

0.768 0.466 0.708

sqm Short wall sqm 2

Long wall sqm

2 1

3.23 0.98 0.98

0.33 0.33 0.2

2.132 0.323 0.196

sqm Short wall sqm Total = 17.446 sqm 1

No. Quantity

Particular &detail of work

Diimension

in

meter (cum)

No 7. Deduction D D1 D2 2 1 3

L(m)

W(m)

D(m) 0.792 0.297 0.742 sqm sqm sqm

0.33 1.20 0.33 0.90 0.33 0.75 Total: 1.831 sqm Net Total = 15.615 sqm

Bed Room
1st Class cum B/w in Suoer Structure In(1:6) Cement Mortar cum cum Long wall 2 3.46 2.75 0.23 0.23 3.10 3.10 4.933 3.921

Short wall 2 cum Long wall 2 cum short wall 2 cum Long wall Short wall 2 2

living room
4.38 2.75 0.23 0.23 0.10 3.10 6.245 3.922

Kitchen
1.53 1.45 0.23 0.23 3.10 3.10 2.181 2.067

Bart Room
Long wall cum 1 cum 1.15 0.23 3.10 0.819 2 2.088 0.23 3.10 2.977

Short wall cum

1.28

0.23

3.10

2.067

W.C.
Long wall cum 1 cum Short wall cum Long wall 2 Short wall cum 1 Verandah 3.03 0.23 0.10 4.32 0.56 0.23 0.10 1.02 Total = 1.20 0.90 0.75 0.23 3.10 0.367 2 0.853 0.23 3.10 1.216 2.83 0.23 3.10 2.017 2 2.56 0.23 3.10 1.825

cum 0.399 cum

D cum Deduction cum cum D1 D2

2 1 3

38.121 cum 0.23 2.10 0.20 0.23 2.20 2.10

1.159 0.434 1.086

W1 cum W2 cum No. 8 Lintel 15cmbearing D

3 1

1.5 0.70

0.23 0.23

1.2 1.00

1.242 0.161

Particular &detail of work No 2 1 3

Dimension in meter Door L(m) W(m) 1.50 0.23 1.50 0.95 0.23 0.23

Quantity (cum) D(m) 0.15 0.103cum 015 0.15 0.098cum

D1 D2 10cmbearing

Window Lang wall 1 1.80 0.23 0.031cum10cum10cmbearing Short wall 1 0.90 0.23 bearing 1 bearing Ventilation 1.00 0.23

0.15 0.15 0.30cum 10cm

0.15 0.035cum

10cm

7 R.C.C. cum WORK cum Lintel cum

Roof

1 1

Total = 4.68 cum NET TOTAL = 33.436 cum 6.49 6.54 0.09 2.23 TOTAL 1.50 0.70 0.09

3.823 0.140

= 3.69 0.23 0.15

0.103

D1 cum D2 cum W1 cum W2 cum

1 3

1.2 0.92 Windows 1.80 0.90

0.23 0.23

0.15 0.15

0.041 0.098

3 1

0.23 0.23

0.15 0.15

0.186 0.031

1 cum R.C.C. Slab` cum 1

Ventilation 1 0.23 Kitchen 1.50

0.15

0.034

0.50

0.10 0.475 cm 4.435

0.075

Total = Grand Total =

No. Quantity 9.

Particular &detail of work

Dimension

in

meter (cum)

No Long wall 2

L(m) W(m) Bed Room 3.00

D(m) 3.10 18.6 17.05 sqm 26.97 17.05

sqm Short wall 12mm thick sqm Plastering sqm In walls1:6 Cement sqm Mortar in sqm Sand sqm Short wall sqm W.C. Long wall sqm Short wall sqm Verandah Long wall sqm 2 3.00 3.10 18.60 2 0.9 3.10 5.58 2 2.1 3.10 13.02 2 1.15 3.10 7.13 Long wall Short wall 2 2 2 2.75 Living Room 4.35 2.75 Kitchen Long wall Short wall 2 2 1.5 1.45 Bath Room Long wall 2 1.75 3.10 9.30 3.10 3.10 9.30 8.99 3.10 3.10 3.10

Short wall aqm

075 Total = Door

3.10 157.69 sqm 2.10 2.10 2.10 Ventilation

4.65

Deduction sqm sqm

D D1 D2

2 1 3

1.20 0.90 0.75

5.04 1.89 4.725

sqm 1 sqm TOTAL = 12.135 sqm 145.655sqm 0.8 0.60 0.480

NET TOTAL =

No. Quantity 10. Out Side 21.423 sqm 22.903 sqm

Particular &detail of work

Dimension

in

meter (cum)

No

L(m) 5.79 6.19 6.49

W(m)

D(m) 3.70 3.70 3.70 3.7

24.013 sqm 4.02 14.874 sqm

Total =

83.213 sqm

Deduction sqm (window ) sqm

W1 W2

1.50 0.70

1.20 1.00

5.40 0.70

NET TOTAL =

77.113 sqm

No. Quantity 11. sqm

Particular &detail of work

Diimension

in

meter (cum)

No Bed Room 1 Living Room

L(m) 2.75

W(m) 3.00

D(m) 8.25

2.75

4.35

11.962 sqm 6mm thick Ceiling Kitchen sqm Plastering Bath Room sqm W.C. sqm Verandah sqm Total = 12 sqm

1 1 1 1

1.5 1.75 0.90 3.00

1.45 1.15 2.10 0.98

2.175 2.012 1.89 2.94

29.229 sqm 2.75 3.00 8.25

Bed Room 1 Living Room

2.75 1.5 1.75 0.90

4.35 1.45 1.15 2.10 2.175 1.012 1.89

11.962 sqm 7.5cm thick Kitchen 1 sqm Cement Bath Room 1 sqm Concrete W.C. 1 sqm

1:4:8 in floor Vermdha sqm

3.00

0.98

2.94

Total = 13 cum cum Wood Work cum cum ( W1 ) cum Door(D1) ( D2 ) ( D3 )

29.229 sqm 2 1 3 5.46 5.16 5.01 5.40 3.4 2.8 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.10 0.1 0.08 0.08 0.08 0.08 0.08 0.08 0.08 0.105 0.049 0.144 0.129 0.272 0.017

Window(W) 3 1

Ventilation 1 cum (V) Total = 0716 cum

No. Quantity 14. 4cm thick sqm Paleled sqm Shutter of sqm Sal wood sqm

Particular &detail of work

Dimension

in

meter (cum)

No D D1 D3 2 1 3

L(m) Door 1.07 0.77 0.62

W(m)

D(m) 2.03 2.03 2.03 4.344 1.563 3.775

Window W W1 3 1 1.48 0.57 Door ( D1) D 4 2 6 1.20 0.90 0.75 2.10 2.10 2.10 10.8 3.78 9.45 1.07 0.87 4.773 0.495

sqm 15 sqm Painting sqm Doors & sqm Windows2 Coat of Priming sqm sqm

D1 D3

Window W W1 6 1.5 0.70 1.2 1.00 10.80 1.40

16.

Total = Door

35.51 sqm

D sqm Solignum sqm Painig two sqm Coats in Brick of sqm Chaukhat sqm sqm D1 D3

2 1 3

5.46 5.16 5.01 Window

0.12 0.12 0.12

1.310 0.619 1.803

W W1

3 1

5.40 3.40 2.80 Total =

0.1 0.1 0.08 5.916 sqm

1.62 0.34 0.224

Ventilation 1

S.

Particular of item of Quntity No. Work 17 Mild Steel work 3.481Qtl. Including bending in Reinforcement In RCC@1% 18 2.5 cm thick 8.25 sqm

Nos

Length Breadth

Height/

Depth 4.435x1/100=0.4435 cm

Bed Room Living Room

01

2.75

= 3.00

0.04435cm -

01

2.75

4.35

11962 2.5 cm thick Cement 2.175 Concrete 1:2:4 in 2.012 Floor 1.89 29.229 sqm 19 White washing3 coats Same in inside Plastering in item No.08 kitchen 01 Bath Room W.C. 2.89 Total: 1.50 1.45 -

01

1.75

1.15 2.10 3.00

0.98

01 0.90 Verandha

01

Inside walls sqm 20 Color washing two coats Over one coat of white

145.66

Same in inside 77.91sqm Washing out Side 6 rum 21 complete With fixing of painting plastering in item no-08 6 running meter

22 6 Nos Iron work 6 Nos In (Mild 36 Nos Steel)in 18 Nos Door

Bolt Locks Hinges Handles

1X6 1x6 6x6 3x6

Screw 05 Nos 23 30 kg Bolt 6 Nos Hinges 1x22 22 Nos Windows 7 Nos Screw 2 pack Hold fast 18 kg 24 1 Nos contingency Handles Hold Fast

5 L.S.

30 @kg

2 @kg 18 1 L.S.

ABSTRACT OF COST

S.No. Particular of item of work Amount

Qut.

Unit

Rate rs-ps

Site clearance &satting out 2300.00

1job

m3/100 m3/100 m3 m3

L.S.

Earth work in excavation in foundation 1430.28

26.00

5500

3 447.94 4

Earth work in filling in plinth

9.86

4543

Cement concrete in foundation(1:4:8) 33596.78

11.557

2907.05

II nd Class brick work in foundation and 67351.16 plinth in (1:6)

16.454

4093.3

Cement motor (2.5cm thick damp proof 2269.8 coarse)

15.615

m2

145.36

Ist Class brick work in super structure 139721.10 in (1:6)cement mortar.

32.589

m3

4287.37

R.C.C WORK 1:3/2:3 excluding steel 81470.70 & its bending out including centering & shuttering & blinding steel

4.345

m3

18750.54

Mild steel work including bending in (4.435x1)/100=0.04435 17248.35 Reinforcement in RCC work @ 1% 0.04435x78.5=3.481 44.00

Qtl

4955

10 Two coat hot bitumen painting in roof 2200.00 11 3.5cm thick cement concrete in roof 4400.00 Terracing complete with surface finishing 12 Shall would work in chaukhats wrought 10740.00 Framed & fixed 13 4cm thick Indian teak wood paneled 13455.00 Door & windows shutter including fitting

m2 m2

50.00

44.00

100.00

0.716

m3

150.00

14.95

m2

900.00

S.No. Particular of item of work Amount

Qut.

Unit

Rate rs-ps

14 12mm thick plastering in wall with 1.6 3170.47 Cement mortar 15 6mm thick cement plaster 1:3 in 3123.40 Ceiling 16 2.5cm thick cement concrete(1:2:4)in 49495.00 Conc.floor 17 7.5cm thick cc(1:4:8)in floor 5720.12 18 White washing three coats inside wall 1528.00 19 Color washing two coat over one coat 1007.83 Of white washing outside 20 painting door & windows two coat 1208.76 of priming 21 solingnum painting two coat in 182.57 Back of chaukhats 22 C.I pipe 10cm dia complete 270.00 23 Bolt 120.00 Locks 450.00

222.76

m2

139.30

29.229

m2

106.86

29.229

m2

1693.35

29.229 145.66 77.11

m2 m2 m2

1957 10.49 13.07

35.51

m2

34.04

5.916

m2

30.86

6.00 6 6

Rum Nos Nos

45.00 20.00 75.00

Hinges 972.00

36

Nos

27.00

24 Fitting of doors 540.00 175.00

Handles Screw Hold fast

18 5 0.3 6 22

Nos Pkt Qtl Nos Nos

30.00 35.00 2800 20.00 27.00

840.00 Bold 120.00 Hinges 594.00 25 Windows 182.00 74.00 Hold fast 504.00 26Contengincy 0.18 Qtl 2800.00 Handles Screw 7 2 Nos Pkt 26.00 37.00

Nos

4700.00

4700.00

TOTAL COST OF PROJECT

TOTAL COST OF PROJECT

TOTAL COST OF BUILDING ADD 4% FOR WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM ADD 2% FOR SANITARY SYSTEM ADD 5% FOR ELECTRIC SUPPLY TOTAL Rs.

= = = = =

451154.66 18046.19 9123.09 22557.73 500881.67

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