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Code No: RR320105 Set No.

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III B.Tech II Semester Supplimentary Examinations, Aug/Sep 2008
ESTIMATING QUANTITY SURVEYING AND VALUATION
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80
Note: Answer any TWO Questions from PART-A
PART-B is compulsory
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PART-A (Marks:32)

1. Mention the items required for preparing detailed estimate of a sloped roof single
room residential building having a front verandah.

2. Work out the following:

(a) Materials required for 10 cu.m. of 1:2:4 cement concrete.


(b) No.of cement bags required for 10 sq.m. of 2.5 cm thick cement concrete floor.
(c) No.of cement bags required for 100 cu.m. of brick masonry in 1:6 cement
mortar.
(d) Quantity of cement, sand and composeal for 2cm thick 100 sq.m. of damp
proofing course.

3. (a) Under what circumstances ‘labour contract’ and ‘sub ? contract’ are used in
Civil Engineering works.
(b) Briefly explain the procedure of settlement of disputes in a Civil Engineering
contract of Arbitration.

PART-B (Marks:48 marks)

4. Work out the quantities of the following items of a single room building having a
front verandah from the given plan, elevation and sectional drawings as shown in
figure 4.

(a) First class brickwork in foundation and plinth


(b) 12mm plastering in walls with 1:1:6 cement lime and local sand Mortar
(c) DPC at plinth level
(d) Soil Excavation for foundation and concrete bed.

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Code No: RR320105 Set No. 2
III B.Tech II Semester Supplimentary Examinations, Aug/Sep 2008
ESTIMATING QUANTITY SURVEYING AND VALUATION
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80
Note: Answer any TWO Questions from PART-A
PART-B is compulsory
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PART-A (Marks:32)

1. (a) You have to prepare an estimate for providing a door in place of a window in
a wall. List the items involved in preparing such estimate.
(b) Show the forms used in preparing
i. abstract of cost and
ii. material statement.

2. Write short notes on:

(a) Plinth area estimate.


(b) Revised estimate.
(c) Supplementary estimate.
(d) Complete estimate.

3. (a) What are the advantages of a competitive bid contract to the owner?
(b) What are insurance contracts?

PART-B (Marks:48 marks)

4. Work out the quantities of the following items of a single room building having a
front verandah from the given plan, elevation and sectional drawings as shown in
figure 4.

(a) First class brickwork in foundation and plinth


(b) 12mm plastering in walls with 1:1:6 cement lime and local sand Mortar
(c) DPC at plinth level
(d) Soil Excavation for foundation and concrete bed.

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Code No: RR320105 Set No. 3
III B.Tech II Semester Supplimentary Examinations, Aug/Sep 2008
ESTIMATING QUANTITY SURVEYING AND VALUATION
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80
Note: Answer any TWO Questions from PART-A
PART-B is compulsory
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PART-A (Marks:32)

1. (a) You have to prepare an estimate for providing a door in place of a window in
a wall. List the items involved in preparing such estimate.
(b) Show the forms used in preparing
i. abstract of cost and
ii. material statement.

2. Write short notes on:

(a) Plinth area estimate.


(b) Revised estimate.
(c) Supplementary estimate.
(d) Complete estimate.

3. Explain the detailed specification about

(a) 2.5cm (1”) cement concrete floor


(b) Patent stone floor

PART-B (Marks:48 marks)

4. Estimate the quantities of the following items of a residential building shown in


figure 4. Adopt long wall and short wall method.

(a) Lime concrete in foundation.


(b) First class brickwork in lime mortar in foundation and plinth.
(c) External plastering
(d) Sand required in plinth filling

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Code No: RR320105 Set No. 4
III B.Tech II Semester Supplimentary Examinations, Aug/Sep 2008
ESTIMATING QUANTITY SURVEYING AND VALUATION
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80
Note: Answer any TWO Questions from PART-A
PART-B is compulsory
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PART-A (Marks:32)

1. (a) Distinguish between out-to-out method and Centre line method. State the
merits of each.
(b) The figure 1b shows the plan and section of a masonry foundation. Determine
the length of long and short walls at each footing by out-to-out and in-to-in
method
Length of long wall from centre to centre of wall = 4.3m
Length of short wall from centre to centre of wall = 3.3m.

Figure 1b
2. Work out the analysis of rates for the following items: -

(a) Lime concrete with 4cm gauge brick ballast and kankar lime in foundation and
under floors in the proportion of 100:16:32 including supply of all materials,
labour and T&P etc. required for proper completion of work.
(b) I class brickwork in 1:6 cement sand mortar including supply of all materials,
labour and T&P etc. required for complete work. Adopt the following quanti-
ties and rates of materials: For Lime concrete The quantities of the remaining
materials have to be worked out by adopting the above mentioned materials.

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Brick ballast 10 cu.m. Rs.260/cu.m.
White Lime 1.6 cu. m. Rs.250/cu.m.
Surkhi Rs.105/cu.m.
1.5N of mason Rs.80/head
11 coolies and 11 beldars Rs.40/head
1N of black smith Rs.90/head
T&P L.S. Rs.50
For I class brick work
Bricks 50000 No.’s Rs.950/- p.%.Nos
Local sand 3.0 cu.m. Rs.120/cu.m.
Cement Rs.2, 000/cu.m.
0.6N of mistri Rs.120/head
7N of mason Rs.90/head
7N of beldar Rs.45/head
7N of coolie Rs.30/head
T&P L.S. Rs.50

The quantities of the remaining materials have to be worked out by adopting the
above mentioned materials.

3. Explain the standard specification of plastering (cement mortar (or) Lime mortar).

PART-B (Marks:48 marks)

4. Work out the quantities of the following items of a single room building having a
front verandah from the given plan, elevation and sectional drawings as shown in
figure 4.

(a) First class brickwork in foundation and plinth


(b) 12mm plastering in walls with 1:1:6 cement lime and local sand Mortar
(c) DPC at plinth level
(d) Soil Excavation for foundation and concrete bed.

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