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Contents

1.

LAP PUMP ROOM...................................................................................3


1.1 ABSTRACT OF QUANTITIES.................................................................3
1.2 Bill of Materials (BOM)........................................................................4

2.

Rate Analysis.........................................................................................5
2.1 Find out dry materials for 1 cum cement Mortar 1:4..........................6
2.2 Find out dry materials for 1 cu m of brickwork...................................7
2.3 Do a rate analysis for the following items:.........................................8
2.3.1 Cement Concrete 1:2:4................................................................8
2.3.2 RCC M20.......................................................................................9
2.3.3 9 thick Brickwork......................................................................10
2.3.4 115mm thick Brickwork.............................................................11
2.3.5 Reinforcement Steel...................................................................12
2.3.6 Internal Walls Plastering in Cement Mortar 1:4..........................13
2.3.7 Ceramic Tile Flooring (Basic Cost of Tile = Rs. 30/sft)...............14
2.3.8 Internal Walls Paint in Oil Bound Distemper...............................15

3.

EXCAVATION ASSIGNMENT..................................................................16
3.1 Earth work of 50000cum..................................................................16

4.

Specification........................................................................................19
4.1 Location - DELHI NCR.......................................................................19
4.1.1 High end residential...................................................................19
4.1.2 Middle income group:.................................................................20
4.1.3 Lower income group:.................................................................21
4.2 Location - Hilly Region (J&K).............................................................22
4.2.1 High end residential...................................................................22
4.2.2 Middle income group:.................................................................23
4.2.3 Lower income group:.................................................................24

5.

Cost Plan.............................................................................................25
5.1 Client Role:.......................................................................................25
5.2 User brief:.........................................................................................25
5.3 Prelims and supervision cost............................................................26
5.4 BASIC COST PLAN.............................................................................29

1. LAP PUMP ROOM


1.1 ABSTRACT OF QUANTITIES
SNO

3
4

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
11.1
11.2
12
13
14

DESCRIPTION OF
ITEM
Earth work in
excavation of
foundation
plain cement
concrete for
foundation(M15)
Raft foundation is
adopted with
concrete (M25)
Retaining wall
concrete (M20)
Plastering to inner
RE walls (1:4
grade)
Plastering to outer
RE walls
Shuttering for raft
foundation
Shuttering for RE
walls
Windows of
stainless steel
Main gate of
stainless steel
Brick wall work at
entrance
deductions for
brick work
final brick work
Plastering for brick
wall at entrance
Concrete for slab
of total building
Shuttering for slab
of pump house

QUANTIT
Y

UNITS

RATE

65.223

cum

6.2

cum

45.6

cum

146

cum

117.0498

sqm

150.0498

sqm

23.04

sqm

781.92

sqm
Kgs
Kgs

0.91125

cum

0.0225
0.88875
9.72

Sqm

12.03

cum

105.12

Sqm

AMOUNT

1.2 Bill of Materials (BOM)


SN
O

DESCRIPTION OF ITEMS
AND WORK

UNIT
S

DIMENSIONS
BREAD
H or
LENGTH
TH
D

NO

QUANT
ITY

Earth work in excavation of


foundation

Cum

72.47

0.9

65.223

plain cement concrete for


foundation(M15)

Cum

62

0.1

6.2

Raft foundation is adopted


with concrete (M25)

cum

57

0.8

45.6

Retaining wall concrete


(M20)

cum

20

7.3

146

Plastering to inner RE walls


(1:4 grade)

sqm

6.09

19.22

117.049
8

Plastering to outer RE walls

sqm

9.99

15.02

150.049
8

Shuttering for raft


foundation

sqm

7.2

0.8

23.04

Shuttering for RE walls

Sqm

27.15

781.92

Windows of stainless steel

Kgs

10

Main gate of stainless steel

Kgs

11

cum
cum
cum

0.9
0.45

12

Brick wall work at entrance


deductions for brick work
final brick work
Plastering for brick wall at
entrance

sqm

13

Concrete for slab of total


building

14

Shuttering for slab of pump


house
NOTE:

7.2

0.375
0.1

2.7
0.5

2
2

0.91125
0.0225
0.88875

0.9

2.7

9.72

cum

40.1

0.3

sqm

7.3

3.6

12.03
4

105.12

Polyline command in Auto cad is used to find out length and


breadth

Assumptions:

Thickness of the RE wall is taken as 0.3m from drawing


Brick wall is assumed at entrance between RE and gate inner sides
at both ends
Assumption is made that slab is not crossing the gate

2. Rate Analysis

2.1. Find out dry materials for 1 cum cement Mortar 1:4
2.2 Find out dry materials for 1 cu m of brickwork
2.3 Do a rate analysis for the following items:
a) Cement Concrete 1:2:4
b) RCC M20
c) 9 thick Brickwork
d) 115mm thick Brickwork
e) Reinforcement Steel
f) Structural Steel Works in Cold Formed Sections
g) Internal Walls Plastering in Cement Mortar 1:4
h) Ceramic Tile Flooring (Basic Cost of Tile = Rs. 30/sft)
i) Internal Walls Paint in Oil Bound Distemper

2.1 Find out dry materials for 1 cum cement Mortar 1:4
Solution:
Ratio = 1:4 (cement and sand)
Sum = 1+4 = 5
Total dry mortar for 1cum cement concrete = 1.54 cum
Therefore the following material are required:
Cement = (1*1.54*28.8)/5 (1 bag= 0.0347 m3= 1/28.8 m3)
= 8.88
= 9 bags
Sand = (4*1.54)/5
= 1.232 cum
Hence, materials for 1 cu m cement concrete 1:4.
Cement
Sand

=
=

9 bags
1.232 cu m

Method 2:
Suppose 1 cum of cement mortar work is to be done
Then add 60% extra for voids & cavities in case of plaster
Then total volume of work = 1 + 60/100 x1 =1.6 cum
Quantity of cement in cum = 1.6 / (1+4)= 1.6/5=0.32 cum
but as we know cement is available in market in 50 kg
bags (volume of 50kg cement is = 0.0347 cum)
Thus quantity of cement in bags = 0.32/0.0347= 9.22 bags
quantity of sand in cum= 0.32 x 4 =1.28 cum

2.2 Find out dry materials for 1 cu m of brickwork


Method 1:
The size of brick be 230mm x 115mm x 75mm
Volume .of brick( w/o mortar) = 0.00198 cum.
Thickness .of mortar be 12mm.
volume of brick with mortar = 242mm x 127mm x 87mm = 0.00267 cum.
No. of bricks in 1 cum. with mortar = 1/0.00267 = 373.99
Say = 374 bricks.
Cement Mortar required = 1-(374 x 0.00198) cum= 0.259 cum.
Say 0.26 cum
Add 15% for frog filling and wastage while execution.
Vol. of wet mortar = 0.299 cum.
Vol. of dry mortar (increase by 30%) = 0.388 cum.
For CM of 1:6
Qty. of cement = 1/7 x 0.388 = 0.055 cum.
Qty. of sand = 0.055 x 6 = 0.330 cum.

2.3 Do a rate analysis for the following items:


2.3.1 Cement Concrete 1:2:4
Material
Cement
Sand
Aggregate

1.54
1.54
1.54

Description of item
Material
stone aggregate
carriage of stone
aggregate
coarse sand
carriage of sand
Portland cement
carriage of cement
Labour
mason(average)
Beldar
Bhisli
hire charges for CM
with hopper
Vibrator
Sundries
Cost of material +
labour
add water charges @
1%
L+ M+ Water cost
add CPOH @ 15%
Total cost of 1cum

28.8
2
4

6.336
0.44
0.897142857

Unit

quantit
y

rate

Amount

Cum

0.89

1113

990.57

Cum
Cum
Cum
Bags
Bags

0.86
0.445
0.445
6.33
6.33

106
1200
106.4
270
4.75

91.16
534
47.348
1709.1
30.0675

day
day
day

0.1
1.63
0.7

417
329
363

41.7
536.27
254.1

day
day
L.S

0.07
0.07
13.52

800
350
1.78

56
24.5
24.0656
4338.8
81
43.3888
1
4382.2
7
695.9
5078.1
7

2.3.2 RCC M20 (1:1.5:3)


cement(cum)
sand(cum)
Aggregate(cum)

0.28
0.42
0.85636363
6

Total dry mortar /1 cu m cement concrete= 1.54 cum


One bag of cement is = 0.034 cum
Therefore quantity of cement in bags= 8.23
Description of item
Material

Unit

stone aggregate
carriage of stone
aggregate
coarse sand
carriage of sand

Cum

Portland cement

Bags

carriage of cement
Labour
mason(average)
Beldar
Bhisli
hire charges for CM
with hopper
Vibrator

Bags

Sundries

L.S

cost of M+L
add water charges @
1%
Cost of M+ L+ Water
add CPOH @ 15%
Total cost

Cum
Cum
Cum

quantity
0.85636
364
0.85636
364
0.42
0.42
8.23529
412
8.23529
412

Amoun
t

rate

4.75

953.13
27
90.774
55
504
44.73
2223.5
29
39.117
65

1113
106
1200
106.5
270

Day
Day
Day

0.1
1.63
0.7

417
329
363

41.7
536.27
254.1

Day
Day

0.07
0.07

800
350

13.52

1.78

56
24.5
24.065
6
4791.9
2
47.919
2
4839.8
39
695.9
5535.7
39

2.3.3 9 Thick Brickwork


9" thick brick
wall material

Units

Quanti
ty

brick 1st class

Cum

11.5

No. of
bricks
579.71014
49

rate
5/bric
k

amoun
t
33333.
33

Cost analysis of brick work 9"


(10*5*.23m3)
Description of Items
Material

unit
s

Quantit
y

rate

Amount

bricks (common burnt clay)

Nos

6670

5/brick

33350

cement

Nos

8.5

270/bag

2295

fine sand

cum

1.23

700

carriage of fine sand

cum

1.23

106.49

861
130.982
7

L.S

2.73

1.78

4.8594

Mason(brick layer)1st class

day

0.36

435

156.6

Mason(brick layer)2nd class

day

0.36

399

143.64

Coolie

day

1.37

329

450.73

Bhisti

day

0.2

363

72.6
37465.
41
374.654
1
37840.
07

cement motor 1:4

Sundries
Labour

Cost of material+ labour


add water charges @ 1%
L+ M + Water Cost
add CPOH @ 15%
Total cost of 11.5 cum

5676.01
43516.
08

Assumptions

Assumed size of brick= (.23*.1*0.075)


L= 10 meters, b= 5,w= 0.23 meters are dimensions of wall
Cement motor of 1:4 is assumed and bricks are non-modular

2.3.4 115mm thick Brickwork


Material

Units

quanti
ty

brick 1st class


Cum
7.5
Cost analysis of brick work 115mm

Material
bricks (common
burnt clay)
cement motor 1:4
cement
fine sand
carriage of fine
sand
Sundries
Labour
Mason(brick
layer)1st class
Mason(brick
layer)2nd class
Coolie
Bhisti
Cost of labour+
material
add water charges
@ 1%
L+ M + Water
cost
add CPOH @ 15%
Total cost of 7.5
cum
Of brick work

no. of
bricks
579.7101
449

rate
5/bri
ck

amoun
t
21739.
13

units

Quanti
ty

rate

Amount

Nos

4350

5/brick

21750

Nos
cum

8.5
1.23

270/bag
700

cum
L.S

1.23
2.73

106.49
1.78

2295
861
130.98
27
4.8594

day

0.36

435

156.6

day
day
day

0.36
1.37
0.2

399
329
363

143.64
450.73
72.6
25865.
41
258.65
41
26124.
07
3918.6
1
30,042
.68

2.3.5 Reinforcement Steel

Details of cost/MT

quantit
y

Material:

Units

rate

amount

Steel
Add wastage @
10%

MT

44000

44000

MT

0.1

44000

4400

material cost

MT

48400

Labour:
fitter(grade 1)
blacksmith 2nd
class

Day

Beldar

Day

Sundries

L.S

binding wire
Total cost of
labour

Kgs

M + L cost
Handling
&
rehandling charges
MT
Total cost / MT

4500/M
T

Day

50

400
4800
53300

250

250
53550

2.3.6 Internal Walls Plastering in Cement Mortar 1:4

Details of cost for 10sqm Plastering work

Thickness of plaster is(m)


Area of plaster(sq m)
volume of plaster
Add 20% for voids and wastage during
execution

0.012
10
0.12
0.144
0.1915
2

Increase 1/3 volume to dry volume


Total quantities

0.0383
04
0.7660
8
0.8043
84

cement required(cum)
sand required(cum)
Total volume(cum)

Material

units

Quantit
y

rate

Amou
nt

cement

Nos

1.14682
635

250/bag

286.70
66

800

612.86
4

899.57
06

fine sand

cum

0.76608

Total cost of
materials
labour
mason (average)

day

0.67

417

279.39

Coolie

day

0.75

329

246.75

Bhisti

day

0.92

363

333.96
1759.6
71

M+L cost
scaffolding and
sundries
final cost/10
sqm

L.S

12.61

1.78

22.445
8
3541.7
87

Cost/sqm of plastering= 355.

2.3.7

Ceramic Tile Flooring (Basic Cost of Tile = Rs. 30/sft)


Ceramic glazed tiles =1.sq.m
Add for wastage & breakage @2.5% (i.e; 0.025sqm)
Total =1.025sqm
Minimum thickness 5mm in all colours
Shades and designs except burgundy, bottle green, black

Description of Items
Material
ceramic glazed tiles

units
sqm

Quant
ity

rate

Amou
nt

1.025

300

307.5

carriage of titles
12mm thick cement motor
1:3

L.S

6.24

1.78

11.11

rate
Motor for pointing in white
cement
cement for slurry over bed
@3.3 kg/sqm

cum

0.014

5003.35

70.05

L.S

40.43

1.78

71.97

tonne

0.003

6300

20.79

Portland cement
Labour
mason(brick layer) 1st
class
Coolie
sundries including carriage
of cement
Cost of labour +
material
add for waster charges @
1%
L+M+ Water cost
add CPOH @15%
Total cost of 1 sqm

day

0.25

435

108.7
5

day

0.25

329

82.25

L.S

26.91

1.78

47.9
720.3
2
7.2
727.5
2
109.1
3
836.6
5

2.3.8 Internal Walls Paint in Oil Bound Distemper

Details of cost for 10sqm


Material
water thin-able
cement primer
for wall surface,
having VOC
content less than
50 grams/litre
brushes, putty
etc
sundries
including carriage
oil bound
washable
distemper/Acrylic
distemper
carriage material
Brushes, sand
paper and putyy
for filling holes
Labour
Painter
Coolie
sundries
Total cost of
material+
labour
Add water
charges @1%
L+ M+ Water
cost
add CPOH @ 15%
Total cost of
10sqm
cost / 1 sqm

Units

Quant
ity

Rate

Amou
nt

litre

0.7

80

56

L.S

7.15

1.78

12.727

L.S

8.06

1.78

14.35

kilogram
L.S

1.5
4.42

55
1.78

82.5
7.8676

L.S

11.7

1.78

20.826

day
day
L.S

1
0.5
8.06

399
329
1.78

399
164
14.35
771.6
206
7.72
779.8
5
116.98
896.9
3
89.68

3. EXCAVATION ASSIGNMENT
3.1 Earth work of 50000cum

Soil to be excavated is 50000cum

Disposal yard is 10kms way


Total size of area to be excavated is(assumed) : 175
50050
Total time period of work is = 3 , 6 , 12 months

130

2.2

Excavation in 3 months
Assumption

That work will be started in the month of February


Total time period of work is =3months (90 days)

Working time= 8hrs/day

Total working days = 87

Three excavators are taken to complete work which are having


bucket capacity of 1.2cum
Excavator consumes diesel of 15 litres/hour

Dumping trucks of maximum 12cum capacity are used


Total quantity of excavation(cum)/day
575

Excavation in 6months
Assumption

That work will be started in the month of February


Total time period of work is =6 months (180 days)

Working time= 8hrs/day

Total working days = 175

Three excavators are taken to complete work which are having


bucket capacity of 1.2cum
Excavator consumes diesel of 12 litres/hour
Dumping trucks of maximum 12 cum capacity are used
Total quantity of excavation(cum)/day = 286

Excavation in 12 months
Assumption

That work will be started in the month of February


Total time period of work is =12 months (365 days)

Working time= 8hrs/day

Total working days = 335

Three excavators are taken to complete work which are having


bucket capacity of 1.2cum
Excavator consumes diesel of 10 litres/hour
Dumping trucks of maximum 12cum capacity are used
Total quantity of excavation(cum)/day = 150

S.N
O

Descr
iption
of
item

Unit
s

excav
ation cum
of soil

Lea
d in
Km
s

Avg
spe
ed

No. of
trips/da
y/
vehicle

20

25

8.125

No.
Diesel/da
Cost
of
y/
Capac
of
km
truck
ity/trip diese
s
l/lit
/day
32.5
162.
10
60
5
cum

Description

3 months

6 months

12 months

Total quantity of excavation(cum)/day

575

286

150

Total no. of trucks in site

No. of trips for each truck/day

8.125

8.125

8.125

Total no. of trips/day

57.5

30

17.5

Total capacity of each truck(cum)

10

10

10

Total material transported by trucks/day


cost of diesel/litre

575
50

300
50

175
50

Diesel consumption/day/truck @5km/litre

32.5

32.5

32.5

Total diesel/day by trucks(litres)

230

120

70

Cost of diesel/day

11500

6000

3500

Cost of dumping truck on hire bases/day


No. of dumping trucks on hire bases

2200
7

2200
3

2200
2

Total cost of trucks on hire bases


Diesel
Consumption/day/excavator@12liters/hour

15400

6600

4400

84

105

56

Total cost of diesel/excavator/day

8400

5250

2800

Cost of royalty/cum

175

175

175

Site clearance

20000

20000

20000

OH and M

3 months 6 months

12
months

Total cost of staff/day

Operator/day

350

350

350

Drivers/day

300

300

300

Helpers/day

175

175

175

Site Engineer/day

650

350

350

SR. Engineer/day

1200

1200

1200

Construction manager/day

4000

2500

2500

Diesel consumption for Leigh vehicles/day

5000

3000

2000

Maintenances/day

1000

1000

1000

3.2 Earth work for 2, 2.5, 3.5, 5 lakh cum


Given Question

4 projects (a) 2L cum (b) 2.5L cum (c) 3.5L cum (d) 6L cum

Case 1: Identify acquisition method


Case 2: Market crash projects C, D are halted
There are four Acquisition methods for construction equipments

Purchasing with cash


Financing through loan
Renting and
Leasing

4. Specification
Given Question:
Basic information Plot area= 250 sq yards
Floors= G+1
floor=1300sft

Building type= villa

Total area=2500 sqft

Ground

Location- City, Mountain area Seismic zone= IV of India

4.1 Location - DELHI NCR


4.1.1 High end residential
Foundation:
All the individual footings or pile caps where used in TYPE-III soft soil, shall
be connected by reinforced concrete ties at least in two direction
approximately at right angle to each other. For building with no basement
the ties may be placed at or below the plinth level and for buildings with
basement they may be placed at least at the level of the wall panel walls
also.
Damp proof course:
DPC shall be 2.5cm thick cement concrete (M20) mixed with 1kg of
impervious material per bag of cement or other standard water proofing
material as specified and painted with two coats of bitumen.
Super structure:
Super structure shall be of I class brick work with cement mortar. Lintels
above the doors and windows will be RCC.
Roofing:
Roof shall be of RCC slab with an insulation layer and lime concrete
terracing above supported over R.S joists or RCC beams as required.
Height of rooms shall not be less than 3.7m
Flooring:
Drawing room and dining room floors shall be marble (Makrana).Bathroom
and W.C floors shall be of high end and Anti slip tiles. Floors of bed room
will carpeted with good quality material or with wood
Basically all the floors are concreted and are finished with good materials
depending on requirement.

Finishing:
Inside and outside walls shall be 12mm cement mortar plastered with 1:4
grade of cement mortar. Drawing, dining and bedrooms inside shall be
distempered, and other inside white washed 3 coats.
Outside shall be coloured washed two coats over one coat of white wash.
Doors and Windows:
Door frames shall be made of teak wood. Shutters shall be teak wood 4.3
cm thick panels glazed or partly panelled and partly glazed as required
with additional wire gauge shutters. All fittings shall be of brass. Doors
and windows shall be varnished or painted with two coats high class
enamel paint over one coat of priming. Windows shall be provided with
iron grating and grills.
Miscellaneous:
Rain water pipes of cat iron or PVC is used and if required are painted.
Building shall be provided with 1st class sanitary and water fittings and
electrical insulations.

4.1.2 Middle income group:


Foundation:
All the individual footings or pile caps where used in TYPE-III soft soil, shall
be connected by reinforced concrete ties at least in two direction
approximately at right angle to each other. For building with no basement
the ties may be placed at or below the plinth level and for buildings with
basement they may be placed at least at the level of the wall panel walls
also.
Damp proof course:
DPC shall be 2.5cm thick cement concrete (M20) mixed with 1kg of
impervious material per bag of cement or other standard water proofing
material as specified and painted with two coats of bitumen.
Super structure:
Super structure should of second class bricks in cement mortar (1:4) and
concrete of M20 is used to floor.
Roofing:
Roof shall be RCC slab with thickness of .6meter and with grade of
concrete will be M25.
Flooring:
Flooring will be of cement concrete covered over with thickness of 3"
Finishing:
Inside and outside walls shall be of 12mm cement mortar (1:6). Ceiling
shall be cement plastered with cement mortar of 1:3.Inside walls shall be

white washed 3 coats, colour washed two coats over one coat of white
washing.
Doors and windows:
Door frames shall be made of teak wood. Shutters shall be teak wood 4.3
cm thick panels glazed or partly panelled and partly glazed as required
with additional wire gauge shutters. All fittings shall be of iron. Doors and
windows shall be varnished or painted with two coats high class enamel
paint over one coat of priming. Windows shall be provided with iron
grating and grills.
Miscellaneous:
Rain water pipes of cat iron or PVC is used and if required are painted.
Building shall be provided with 1st class sanitary and water fittings and
electrical insulations.

4.1.3 Lower income group:


Foundations and Plinth:
Foundations and Plinth shall be of 2nd class brickwork in cement mortar
over RCC.DPC shall be 2cm thick cement mortar 1:2 mixed with standard
water proofing compound.
Super Structure:
Super structure should of second class bricks in cement mortar (1:6) and
concrete of M20 is used to floor

Roofing:
Roof shall be RCC with M15 grade with thickness of 0.3m or planks over
wooden beams or tile or GI sheets
Flooring:
Floor shall be of brick floor over well rammed earth.
Finishing:
Inside and outside of walls shall be plastered with cement mortar and
whiten washed three coats.
Doors and Windows:
Frames would be of sal wood and shutters of chir mango or other country
wood. Doors and windows shall be painted two coats with ordinary paint
over one coat of priming.

4.2 Location - Hilly Region (J&K)


4.2.1 High end residential
Foundation:
All the individual footings or pile caps where used in TYPE-III soft soil, shall
be connected by reinforced concrete ties at least in two direction
approximately at right angle to each other. For building with no basement
the ties may be placed at or below the plinth level and for buildings with
basement they may be placed at least at the level of the wall panel walls
also.
Super structure:
The type of construction usually adopted are framed construction and Box
construction. super structure shall be of I class brick work with cement
mortar. Lintels above the doors and windows will be RCC
Damp Proof Course:
DPC shall be 2.5cm thick cement concrete (M20) mixed with 1kg of
Imperious per bag of cement or other standard water proofing material as
specified and painted with two coats of bitumen.
Roofing:
Roof shall be of RCC slab with an insulation layer and lime concrete
terracing above supported over R.S joists or RCC beams as required.
Height of rooms shall not be less than 3.7m.
Flooring:
Drawing room and dining room floors shall be marble (Makrana).Bathroom
and W.C floors shall be of high end and anti-slip tiles. Floors of bed room
will carpeted with good quality material or with wood. Basically all the
floors are concreted and are finished with good materials depending on
requirement.

Finishing:
Inside and outside walls shall be 12mm cement mortar plastered with 1:4
grade of cement mortar. Drawing, dining and bedrooms inside shall be
distempered, and other inside white washed 3 coats.
Outside shall be coloured washed two coats over one coat of white wash.
Doors and Windows:
Door frames shall be made of teak wood. Shutters shall be teak wood 4.3
cm thick panels glazed or partly panelled and partly glazed as required
with additional wire gauge shutters. All fittings shall be of brass. Doors
and windows shall be varnished or painted with two coats high class

enamel paint over one coat of priming. Windows shall be provided with
iron grating and grills.
Miscellaneous:
Rain water pipes of cat iron or PVC is used and if required are painted.
Building shall be provided with 1st class sanitary and water fittings and
electrical insulations.

4.2.2 Middle income group:


Foundation:
All the individual footings or pile caps where used in TYPE-III soft soil, shall
be connected by reinforced concrete ties at-least in two direction
approximately at right angle to each other. For building with no basement
the ties may be placed at or below the plinth level and for buildings with
basement they may be placed at least at the level of the wall panel walls
also.
Damp proof course:
DPC shall be 2.5cm thick cement concrete (M20) mixed with 1kg of
Impervious per bag of cement or other standard water proofing material
as specified and painted with two coats of bitumen.
Super structure:
Super structure should of second class bricks in cement mortar (1:4) and
concrete of M20 is used to floor.
Roofing:
Roof shall be RCC slab with thickness of .6meter and with grade of
concrete will be M25
Flooring:
Flooring will be of cement concrete covered over with thickness of 3"
Finishing
Inside and outside walls shall be of 12mm cement mortar (1:6). Ceiling
shall be cement plastered with cement mortar of 1:3.Inside walls shall be
white washed 3 coats, colour washed two coats over one coat of white
washing.
Doors and windows:
Door frames shall be made of teak wood. Shutters shall be teak wood 4.3
cm thick panels glazed or partly panelled and partly glazed as required
with additional wire gauge shutters. All fittings shall be of iron. Doors and
windows shall be varnished or painted with two coats high class enamel
paint over one coat of priming. Windows shall be provided with iron
grating and grills

Miscellaneous:
Rain water pipes of cat iron or PVC is used and if required are painted.
Building shall be provided with 1st class sanitary and water fittings and
electrical insulations.

4.2.3 Lower income group:


Foundations and Plinth:
Foundations and Plinth shall be of 2nd class brickwork in cement mortar
over RCC.DPC shall be 2cm thick cement mortar 1:2 mixed with standard
water proofing compound.
Super Structure:
Super structure should of second class bricks in cement mortar (1:6) and
concrete of M20 is used to floor

Roofing:
Roof shall be RCC with M15 grade with thickness of 0.3m or planks over
wooden beams or tile or GI sheets
Flooring:
Floor shall be of brick floor over well rammed earth.
Finishing:
Inside and outside of walls shall be plastered with cement mortar and
whiten washed three coats.
Doors and Windows:
Frames would be of sal wood and shutters of chir mango or other country
wood. Doors and windows shall be painted two coats with ordinary paint
over one coat of priming.

5. Cost Plan
Prepare Cost plan for 900 Sqft house
a) Decide role of client
b) Write user brief
c) Draw a cost plan
d) Draw cost plan for cheaper and expensive option
e) Do life cycle costing for base cost plan
f) Life cycle of building = 25 years
g) Prelims and supervision cost

5.1 Client Role:

Being responsible for the execution of the project from the initial
idea to implementation.
Choosing the players involved in all stages from design through
construction to long term management.
Ensuring that the needs of him are meet.
Ensuring that the relevant permissions are secured (planning etc)
in partnership with the professionals appointed to the project.
He is also financier and eventual owner of the house.

5.2 User brief:

2bhk + 2 bathroom attached


Kitchen
Living room & Pooja room
Sheltered parking for 1car + 1 two wheeler
Sanitary Provision - WC's, Washing/shower facilities

5.3 Prelims and supervision cost


Sr. No.
1

Description
Consultants

Units

Quantit
y

Rate

1.1

Architect

sqft

900

21.85

1.2

Structural

sqft

900

7.3

1.3

MEP

sqft

900

13.2

1.4

Plot survey
FACILITIES

sqft

900

0.8

1.5

Municipal approvals

sqft

900

200

1.6

Land registration cost

sqft

900

200

1.7

New Electrical connection

no's

1.8
2

Boring for Water


OH's and Maintenance

sqft

15000

Approximate
Amount
19,66
5.00
6,57
0.00
11,88
0.00
7
20.00
1,80,00
0.00
1,80,00
0.00
15,00
0.00

66

2.1

Staff salary

day

250

1200

2.2

Accommodation

no's

20000

2.3

Gardening water pipes

no's

600

2.4

Electrification

2.5

Site clearing and levelling

2.6

Transportation of material and men

2.7

Labour huts

no's

10000

2.8

Communication (mobile)

day

250

100

2.9
2.10

F&B
Security guard

day
day

250
250

200
200

15000

3,00,00
0.00
20,00
0.00
1,80
0.00
15,00
0.00
1,00
0.00
19,60
0.00
10,00
0.00
25,00
0.00
50,00
0.00
50,00

0.00
4,00
2.11

Waste disposal

0.00
2,00

2.12

Barricading of site

0.00
8,00

2.13

Nightlights
Total P&S

0.00
9,20,23
5.00

5.4 BASIC COST PLAN