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Name of the Programme : Beng(GCU)

Part -A
Dimensions
Item No

Particulars and details of work

No

Unit

Length(M)

Breadth(M)

Height or
Depth(M)

Quantity
or Content

Explanatory Notes

Earth work excavtion for foundation

1.00

M3

82.37

1.40

1.60

184.51

L=CL -N*B/2=91.47-13(1.4/2)=82.37

PCC Levelling course for foundation

1.00

M3

82.37

1.40

0.20

23.06

L=CL -N*B/2=91.47-13(1.4/2)=82.37

RCC for footing


k2
k3
k4

1.00
1.00
1.00

M3
M3
M3

86.27
84.97
83.67

0.80
1.00
1.20

0.40
0.40
0.30

27.61
33.99
30.12
91.72

L=CL -N*B/2=91.47-13(0.8/2)=86.27
L=CL -N*B/2=91.47-13(1.0/2)=84.97
L=CL -N*B/2=91.47-13(1.2/2)=83.67

RCC FOR Basement

1.00

M3

87.57

0.60

0.60

31.53

L=CL -N*B/2=91.47-13(0.6/2)=87.57

Backfilling of the foundation trenches

1.00

M3

69.73

(184.5088-(23.0636+91.7156)=69.279

Backfilling of the Basement up to the


floor level excluding flooring material.

1.00

M3

98.48

0.50

49.24

A=(2.4X2.2)+(7.2X2)+(7.2X3.6)+(3.4X4.4)+
(3.5X4.4)+(2.6X2.2)+(3.0X3.6)+(3.0X2.0)
=98.480 (H= 0.6-0.1=0.5)

Block work for walls up to the roof level

M3

89.52

0.30

3.00

80.57

M3
M3
M3
M3
M3
M3
M3

1.00
0.90
0.80
1.20
1.60
0.60
89.52

0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30

2.10
2.10
2.10
1.50
1.50
0.90
0.20

-1.26
-2.27
-1.01
-5.40
-1.44
-0.32
-5.37
-17.07
63.50

Deductions
Door - D1
Door - D2
Door - D3
Windows - W1
Windows - W2
Ventilator -V1
Lintal all around
Block Work Total Qty

1.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
10.00
2.00
2.00
1.00

L=CL -N*B/2=91.47-13(0.3/2)=89.52

L=CL -N*B/2=91.47-13(0.3/2)=89.52

Dimensions
Item No

Particulars and details of work

Floor titles in all rooms except kitchen


and Toilets.

Floor tiles for Kitchen and Toilets.

10

Wall tiles for kitchen and Toilets.


Deductions
Door - D2
Door - D3
Windows - W1
Ventilator -V1

11

12

Internal Plastering of walls.


Deductions
Door - D1
Door - D2
Door - D3
Windows - W1
Windows - W2
Ventilator -V1

External plastering of basement and


External Plastering of walls up to the roof
level.
Deductions
Door - D1
Windows - W1
Windows - W2
Ventilator -V1

Quantity
or Content

Explanatory Notes

M2

76.68

A=(7.2X2)+(7.2X3.6)+(3.4X4.4)+(3.5X4.4)+
(3.0X2.0) =76.68

M2

21.80

No

Unit

1.00

1.00

Length(M)

Breadth(M)

Height or
Depth(M)

M2

32.00

3.00

1.00
2.00
2.00
2.00

M3
M3
M3
M3

0.90
0.80
1.20
0.60

2.10
2.10
1.50
0.90

-1.89
-3.36
-3.60
-1.08
-9.93
86.07

1.00

M3

89.52

3.00

268.56

2.00
4.00
2.00
10.00
2.00
2.00

M3
M3
M3
M3
M3
M3

1.00
0.90
0.80
1.20
1.60
0.60

2.10
2.10
2.10
1.50
1.50
0.90

-4.20
-7.56
-3.36
-18.00
-4.80
-1.08
-39.00
229.56

1.00

M2

54.18

3.80

205.87

1.00
10.00
2.00
2.00

M2
M2
M2
M2

1.00
1.20
1.60
0.60

2.10
1.50
1.50
0.90

-2.10
-18.00
-4.80
-1.08
-25.98

1.00

96.00

A=(2.4X2.2)+(2.6X2.2)+(3.0X3.6) =21.80
L=((2.2+2.4)+(2.6+2.2)+(3+3.6))*2 = 32.000

L=CL -N*B/2=91.47-13(0.3/2)=89.52

L = 10.8+10.895+2.7+2.7+10.395+
10.895+2.895+2.895 = 54.175

Dimensions
Item No

Particulars and details of work

No

Unit

Length(M)

Breadth(M)

Height or
Depth(M)

Quantity
or Content

Explanatory Notes

179.89
13

14

15

16

Area of Door, Windowa and Ventilators.


Door - D1
Door - D2
Door - D3
Windows - W1
Windows - W2
Ventilator -V1

2.00
4.00
2.00
10.00
2.00
2.00

M2
M2
M2
M2
M2
M2

1.00
0.90
0.80
1.20
1.60
0.60

2.10
2.10
2.10
1.50
1.50
0.90

4.20
7.56
3.36
18.00
4.80
1.08
39.00

Painting of internal Walls


Sides and Sofit
Deductions
Door - D1
Door - D2
Door - D3
Windows - W1
Windows - W2
Ventilator -V1

1.00
2.00

M2
M2

89.52
57.40

3.00
0.12

268.56
6.89

2.00
4.00
2.00
10.00
2.00
2.00

M2
M2
M2
M2
M2
M2

1.00
0.90
0.80
1.20
1.60
0.60

2.10
2.10
2.10
1.50
1.50
0.90

-4.20
-7.56
-3.36
-18.00
-4.80
-1.08
-39.00
236.45

Painting of External Walls and Painting


of Basement.
Deductions
Door - D1
Windows - W1
Windows - W2
Ventilator -V1

1.00

M2

54.18

3.80

205.87

1.00
10.00
2.00
2.00

M2
M2
M2
M2

1.00
1.20
1.60
0.60

2.10
1.50
1.50
0.90

-2.10
-18.00
-4.80
-1.08
-25.98
179.89

Ceiling Painting

1.00

M2

76.68

L=CL -N*B/2=91.47-13(0.3/2)=89.52

L = 10.8+10.895+2.7+2.7+10.395+
10.895+2.895+2.895 = 54.175

A=(7.2X2)+(7.2X3.6)+(3.4X4.4)+(3.5X4.4)+
(3.0X2.0) =76.68

Dimensions
Item No

Particulars and details of work

No

Unit

1.00

M2

Length(M)

Breadth(M)

Height or
Depth(M)

Quantity
or Content

21.80

Explanatory Notes

A=(2.4X2.2)+(2.6X2.2)+(3.0X3.6) =21.80

98.48
17

Roof plastering with water proofing


course.

1.00

M2

76.68

A=(7.2X2)+(7.2X3.6)+(3.4X4.4)+(3.5X4.4)+
(3.0X2.0) =76.68

1.00

M2

21.80

A=(2.4X2.2)+(2.6X2.2)+(3.0X3.6) =21.80

98.48
18

RCC required for Roof Slab

1.00

M3

116.14

19

RCC required for Lintal Assuming the


lintal are continuous across the building

1.00

M3

89.52

20

Steel required for the RCC construction


assuming that 250kg of steel per cubic
meter of RCC

1.00

KG

0.30

0.20

23.23

0.20

5.37

L=CL -N*B/2=91.47-13(0.3/2)=89.52

7149.80

KG = Rcc Qtyx250 = (23.228+5.3712)x250


= 7149.80KG

Name of the Programme : Beng(GCU)

Part -B
1

Detailed specifications of Cement Concrete 1:2:4


Cement concrete is composed of cement, fine aggregates, coarse aggregates and water. While writing
CEMENT
Cement is the basic and most important ingredient of cement concrete. Cement used for construction work
should be fresh and it should meet the standard specifications.
FINE AGGREGATE
Sand is used as fine aggregate in cement concrete. Sand particles should have coarse, sharp and angular
edges. Size of sand particles should be such that it passes through 4.75mm sieve. Sand should be clean, free
from dust and organic matters. Sea sand is prohibited for construction work, because of high salt contents.
Stone dust can also be used as fine aggregate in cement concrete, but before use make sure that it is as per
specifications.
COARSE AGGREGATE
Generally, pieces of igneous rocks are used as coarse aggregates. These stones should be hard, tough,
durable and clean. Aggregates shape should be cubic or closed to cubic shape. Shape of coarse aggregates
should not be laminated and elongated. It should be clean and free from any irrelevant organic matters.
Size of coarse aggregates should meet the approved construction work requirements. It should not pass
through the sieve size of 5mm and coarse aggregates should be graded. Voids should not exceed 42%.
PROPORTIONING
Cement, sand and coarse aggregates should be measure according to their fixed proportions. Make a
standard measuring box according to the volume of one cement bag. Volume of one cement bag is 1.25 cubic
foot.
Bulking of sand should be under consideration while measuring sand proportion. Consider dry sand while
calculation of proportioning. Measure the moisture content in sand and add extra volume of sand.
Continuously measure moisture content during construction work and add extra volume of sand according to
the amount of moisture. Dont compact coarse aggregates while proportioning.
CONCRETE MIXING
Mixing machine is used for large scale construction works. While, hand mixing is preferred as it
is economical for smaller concrete works.

CONCRETE CONSISTENCY
Concrete consistency depends on water to cement ratio. Excess amount of water decreases the strength of
concrete and also concrete ingredients get separate very easily. Following amount of water should be used
against 50kg cement bag.
Amount of Water
34 liters
30 liters
27 liters
25 liters
If vibrator is used for concrete compaction, then decrease the water amount as per engineer in charge orders.
LAYING OF FRESH CONCRETE
Concrete Ratio

1:3:6
1:2:4
1:2:3
1:1:2

After batching of concrete, lay it down slowly on the farm work. Make sure concrete is not fallen from height
more than two to three feet. This results in segregation of concrete. Concrete pouring should be done before
the start of concrete final setting time. Generally, initial setting time of normal Portland cement is 30
minutes. Time starts when water is added to mixing machine.
Concrete compaction should be done within initial setting time of concrete. Vibrator should be used for the
compaction of concrete. In case, vibrator is not possible to arrange then use Rod for compaction. Pouring of
concrete should be done in layers whose thickness should not exceed 6 inches. Make sure the upper layer
should be pour before the beginning of final setting of first concrete layer.
In winters, if temperature drops below 4.5 Degree Celsius than stop concrete work immediately. In summers,
temperature of concrete should not exceed 38 Degree Celsius. In normal conditions, avoid concrete pouring
under water. If it is important, then make possible arrangement of equipments that are used for concreting
under water.
Concreting under water should be completed simultaneously and avoid joint between two concrete layers.
Smooth the top layer, whenever concrete pouring is finished. If concreting is not completed in one go, then
rough the top layer before it gets harder. This makes a strong joint with the new layer whenever it is casted.
Clean the first layer before pouring the new layer of concrete.
2

Estimation of Quantitys
Total Quantity of concrete in this Building
Ration: 1:2:4 for 10m3
Cement
Sand
Water charge

120.31

M3

(Item No.2+3+4)

Unit
KG
M3
M3

Per m3
350
0.44
0.88

Total Qty
42110.180
52.939
105.877