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Construction Planning

and Management
Of 10 Marla House
Slide Title

• Prepared For: • Prepared By:


• Eng.Afzal Ahmad • Hamid Ali (16-CE-113)
• Ali Shehryar (16-CE-117)
• Department of Civil Engineering • Abdul Sttar (16-CE-129)
• Najeeb Ullah (16-CE-137)
• University of Engineering &
Technology, Taxila • Ibrahim Khadir (16-CE-113)
Abstract
• The following Presentation contains information and
analyses related to 10 Marla house in Bahria Town
RWP.

• The initial sections contain background information


and data pertaining to the project.

• Intermediate section contains company


introduction, work breakdown structure and
organization Breakdown Structure.

• At the last section there is CPM Calculation i.e. Node


Diagram, Free Float, Total Float, Early Start, Early
finish, Late Start, Late finish etc.


Project
• A project is a sequence of unique, complex, and
connected activities having one goal or purpose and
that must be completed by a specific time, within
budget, and according to specification
Project management
• Project management is a method and a set of
techniques based on the accepted principles of
management used for planning, estimating, and
controlling work activities to reach a desired end
result on time – within budget and according to
specifications.
Phases of Project
Techniques For Managing project
We Deal with this

• CPM(Critical Path Method)

• PERT(Program Evaluation & Review Techniques)

• MONTE CARLO SIMULTATION TECHNIQUES


 PROJECT BACKGROUND
 Project Introduction

• This House is composed of 10 marlas with double storey.


• It is located in Bhria Town Phase 8.
• It meets all the modern living standards.
• The Structure of this house design by AN Associates.
• The architecture model desin by Bahria Deoartment of Architecture.
• The Consultancy provided by Hussain Engineering Services.
Hamid Ali
About Project
• Double Storey Full Luxrious House
• Total Area 10 Marlas
• Total Area (35x70 ) ft2
• Duration 8 -9 Months.
• Budget estimate Rs. (PKR).1.25 crore without land price
Assumption
 We have made some assumption about the project which are
as follows,

a. Design is complete
b. All permits issued
c. All material ordered
d. Site Inspection happens
e. About 80% Work Done
About Construction company
Mission Services Vision
• Our mission is to
satisfy customers
 Pre- • Our Vision is to be the
Construction
with quality Services
Restaurants of most
construction, modern construction
timely delivery, and solutions.
market competitive  Supervision
rates under the Consultant
supervision of  Design
technical experts Builder
Design and Functional Components
• The Design of house meets the mordren requirnment and full
luxurious facilities.
• It is double storey house.
 Ground Foor
It has car pouch,TV lounge,Drawing room,Kitchen,Two bed
rooms with attach bath and Lawn.
 First Floor
It has car Terrace,TV lounge,Kitchen,Three bed rooms with
attach bath.
Architectural Drawings
+32'-2"

6"6"
+32'-2"

6"6"

1'
R.C.C SLAB

1'

1'

1' 1'
R.C.C SLAB 1'
1'
1'

3'
4'

8'-6"
3'

8'-6"
9" 1'

9" 1'

3'-6"

3'-6"
9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 1'
3'-6"

3'-6"

5'-3"
+23'-2" +23'-2"

6'-3"
5'-6"
+23'-2" +23'-2"

6"
6"
R.C.C SLAB R.C.C SLAB
6'

6"
6"

R.C.C SLAB R.C.C SLAB

1'
3"6"

3"6"
9" 9"

9"
9"

DUCT

DUCT

2'-6"
2'-6"

10'

10'
4'
3'-9"

32'-8"

2'-6" 1'-6" 1'-6"


10'

DUCT

6'-5"
5'-8"

12'-2"
32'-8"
NICHE

NICHE

NICHE
9" 8' 9"

2'-6" 1'-6"

3'-6"

26'-8"
1'-3" 3'-3"

+12'-8" +12'-8"

6"6"
6"6"
+12'-8"
1'-6"

1'-6"
F.F.L F.F.L
R.C.C SLAB R.C.C SLAB
6"6"

3'-6"
F.F.L +10'-2"

6"6"
1' 9" 9"

2'-10"
R.C.C SLAB
2'-6"

+10'-6"

2'
LOW SLAB
9" 2'-3"

6"
9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 1'-6" R.C.C SLAB
1'-4"

2'-6"

DUCT

DUCT

10'-8"
10'

10'
6'-6"

8'
10'

DUCT

DUCT
6'-6"

9'-4"
9" 8' 9"
7'

+1'-8" +1'-8"
F.F.L F.F.L

1' 1'-4"
+1'-8"
1'-8"

1'-8"
+0'-0"
- +0'-0"
-
F.F.L R.L R.L
5"

1'
8" 9" 9"

+0'-8"
7"
1'-8"

+0'-0"
- P.L+0'-0"
-
R.L
8"

R.L
2 REAR ELEVATION
1 FRONT ELEVATION
.L
-0"
32'-8"
9'-4" 6" 12'-2" 6" 8'-6" 6"6"
6'
8"

9"

41 2"
+32'-2"

+10'-6"
R.C.C SLAB
+23'-2"

R.C.C SLAB
R.C.C SLAB

+0'-8"
1'-6"6" 1'-9" 6"1'-9" 3'-6"

PORCH.L
2' 1'-6" 6'-5" 9"

3'-6"

3
3'
8" 7"5" 7' 1'-4"
3'

DUCT
2'-8" 3' 3"6"1' 5'-3"
8" 5'-6" 2'-6" 1'-4" 2'-6" 1'-6"

RIGHT SIDE ELEVATION


1'
1'

15'
1' 1'-2" 6'-6" 3' 2'-6" 1'-6" 4' 3"6" 3'-9" 6'-6" 1' 1'

A
A
DUCT DUCT

1' 4'-2" 3'-6" 9" 1' 1'-3"


35'

1'-6"
1'-6"

GATE/BOUNDARY WALL ELEVATION


1'

1'
3'

1' 7' 3' 2'-6" 1'-6" 4' 1' 5'-3" 5'


6"2" 3" 6"
6"

1' 6'-6" 3' 2'-6" 1'-6" 4' 6'-3"


1'-2" 3" 6"
17'

1' 5'-2" 2'-6" 9" 1' 1'-3" 2'-6" 1'-6" 1' 3' 3"6"1' 5'-3"
13'-6"

DUCT DUCT

5'-2" 2'-6" 2' 3'-6"


-
F.F.L

+1'-8"

1'-6"
F.F.L

R.L
+10'-2"

LOW SLAB

+0'-0"
+23'-2"

+12'-8"

R.C.C SLAB
R.C.C SLAB

8'
1'-8" 10' 6"6" 10' 3'-6"
6' 6"6" 6"
26'-8"


C D D1 E F G
4'-102
1" 3'-32
1" 7'-22
1" 5'-42
1"
2"
4'-21
17'-82
1"
NO PARAPET WALL NO PARAPET WALL
NO PARAPET WALL
V2 W6
1'

2 2'-6"1'-12 2"
3'-6'' PARAPET WALL
2'-6" 1" 1' 5' 31 3'-6'' PARAPET WALL
42 BATH 42
1" 42
3'

1" KIT. COUNT 1" W4


5'-0"x4'-0"
A 2'-6" 2' A
DN D2 W3
1'-712"

1' 5'-42
1" 4'-72
1"
13'-6"

14'-3"

14'-3"
6'

1'
SERVANT 3'-6'' PARAPET WALL
10'-0"x8'-4 21"
8'-412"
5'

+23'-8"
3'-6'' PARAPET WALL
W4 NO PARAPET WALL
42
3'-9"

1"
DN
D2
1'-9"

O.H.W 3'-6" 1'-92


1" 3'-6"
11"

TANK
3
4" 4"

6'x5'x4' 42
1"
1'-6"

1'-11"
1'

2 1
4
15'-9"6"9"6"9"6"9"6"9"6"9"6"

UP UP
+23'-8"
D2
2"

21'-11" 17'-62
1" 13'-62
1"
7'-712"

1'-11"
4" 4"
2"
1' 1'-11"
4"
1' 4"

11"

NO PARAPET WALL
TOP FLOOR
NO PARAPET WALL
+23'-2"
4"

1'
4" 4' 1' 4" 7'-72
1"
NO PARAPET WALL 3'-6'' PARAPET WALL
3'-6'' PARAPET WALL
3'-6'' PARAPET WALL
COVERED AREA =249.00 Square ft
MUMTY PLAN Sectional Cutting of Plans


B C D E F G G1 H
13'-9" 4'-102
1" 10'-6" 5'-42
1"
2"
4'-21 8'-9" 4'-92
1"
52'-3" 17'-32
1"
3'-6"

9'-32
1"
5'

1'-6" 1'-6" 1'-7"


1'-6"

1'-6"

1'-6"

1'-6"

2'

6" 6"

+12'-8"
V1 1'-6" SHADE WIDE UPV1
2
2'
3' 2'-6" 7' 2'-6" 2'-3" 5' 2'-6" 1'-10" 5' 2' 9" 3' 4'-3"
42
412"

2'

1" W5a
2'-6"

W2 W4
D2
UP
A BATH BATH A
LOW
DN 5'-6"x7'-0" 7'-9" 2' 8'-0"x7'-9" TERRACE

21'
2" 7'-9½" WIDE
13'-6"

1' 1'-6" 1'


12'

41 4'-312"
KITCHEN

6" 6" 6"


14'-3"

5'-12 +10'-6"
9'-9"x14'-3" UP 1" 2'-6"

1'-6" 1'-6" 1'-6"


5'-6" 12' +12'-8" D2
BED ROOM DN
3'-6"

BATH 12'-0"x14'-3" STAIR LOBBY


+12'-8" DRESS D3
6'-1012"

5'-6"x6'-10 21 " 8'-10"x13'-0" 2'


8'-0"x4'-7 21"
2'-0" SHADE WIDE

3'
+12'-8" UP
V1
412"
42 2" 4'-912" 1'-6" 1'-6"
2"
2' 3'
1" 41
3'

42
3 3'-
2"
2'-512"

1" 2" 4'-21


1'-6"

3'-6" 3' 4'-11

2'-6"
29'-712"

2'-6"
2 F.P 1
4 D3
4'-212"

2'-52
D2 D2 1"
6" 71 2"
412"
2'-9"

D2
2'

3'-

5'
3'
3'-6"

9" 1'-9"
6"
1'- BED ROOM

9"
D2
9'-3"

17'-0"x15'-0"
BED ROOM
+12'-8"

BALCONY 2-6" WIDE


13'-0"x13'-6" +12'-8"
+12'-8"

15'
13'-6"

8'-6"
2'
8'

9'-6"
LIVING

8'

8'
W1
20'-0"x13'-6"
9'-712"

W1
5 +12'-8"
20'
LOW ROOF
3"

+10'-2"
2'-6"
5'-412"

2'-6"

2'-6"

9"
F.P F.P F.P
14'-6"

2'
9" 1'-9"
2'-6"
6
COVERED AREA =1596.00 Square ft
FIRST FLOOR PLAN


A B C D E F G H I
7'-42
1" 13'-9" 4'-102
1" 10'-6" 5'-42
1"
2"
4'-21 13'-62
1" 10'-42
1"
R.C.C WALL AS 70'
2"
45'-81 PER SITE LEVEL 1'-6" 11'-32
1" 1'-6" 9'-3" 9"
1

1'-6"
SIDE PAVED 5'-0" AREA
5'-412"

+1'-0"
UP 6" SUNKEN SLAB UP SEPTIC TANK

1'-6"

1'-6"
6" SUNKEN SLAB 8'x4'x4'
2'
2 D3
2"

DRIVE WAY 7'-0'' WIDE


16'-61 7'

1'-6"
3' 2'-6" 7' 2'-6" 3' 4' 1'
42 1'-42
1"
1'-10" 5' 2'
W2

2'
W5a

MAIN GATE
1" V1
2"
41 W4
A A

18'-6"
BATH W5

4'
UP
8'-6"

5'-6"x8'-6"

17'
7'-9" 2'
PORCH
15'-612"x17'-9"
13'-6"

8'-10"

1'-6"
12'
2"

14'-3"
41 KITCHEN +0'-8" FROM R.L
BED ROOM 9'-9"x14'-3" + 0'-8"
2'-6" D1
12'-0"x14'-3" + 1'-8"
29'-3"

2' D2 + 1'-8"
UP

5'
41"
UP ENT/STAIR

3' 2
DRESS LOBBY UP
REAR PAVED 5'-6"x5'-4 21 " 8'-10"x11'-9" V2 13'-62
35'

35'
1" 3' 7'
7'-0" AREA 2" + 1'-8"
2" 9" 2'-6"
42

9"
41
1"
3 +1'-0"
2" 3'- 3'-22
1"

1'-6"
2'
3' 4'-11
D2
1'-6"

3'-6"

2'-6"
4'-6"
F.P
4'-9" 3'-6"
2 1

3'-212"
D3
4

412"
2' PWD

3'-1012"
5'

2'-6"
D2
2" 42
1" FRONT
8'-0"x3'-6"

9"
41
D2 PAVED AREA

412"
3'

5'
1' 10'-0" WIDE

3'-6"
2'-6"
D2 + 0'-8"
PER SITE LEVEL
R.C.C WALL AS

5'-42

1'-712"
1" 8'-42
1" 8'-72
1"

9"
9'-3"

7'
W2

13'-6"
W1

15'
LIVING DRAWING 2" U.G.W

11'-112"
2'-11

7'
17'-0"x15'-0"

8'
2'
V2 20'-0"x13'-6" TANK
+ 1'-8"
5
11' 2'
+ 1'-8"
5'x7'x6'
42
1"
2'-6" BED ROOM

412"
20'

5'-9"
2" BATH 13'-0"x13'-6"

2'-6"
41

5'-9"
5'-412"
6'-7½"x4'-3" + 1'-8"
CH-8'-0" D2

2'-6"

9"
F.P F.P

2'
10'
F.P
6 60' 10'
70'
COVERED AREA =1799.00 Square ft R.C.C WALL AS
PER SITE LEVEL
Najeeb Ullah
SCHEDULE OF R.C.C LINTELS S/NO ABBREVIATION USED
STRUCTURAL NOTES S/NO SPAN SIZE REINFORCEMENT RINGS X-SECTION
BOTTOM TOP
1 C/C Center to Center
1. Class "A" kiln burnt brick with minimum crushing 6. Lap length should be followed As:- 1 UP TO 4' 9"X6" 2#3 2#3 #3-4"C/C
6"
strength of 1500 PSI should be used & joint at end should 2 E.S.L Existing Surface Level
be sloppy, Vertical toothed joint at corners are prohibited.
(a) 3/4" Ø = 45" 9"
(b) 5/8" Ø = 36"
2. A Steel ASTM A-615 G-40 deformed bars for all diameters. (c) 1/2" Ø = 30" 3 G.F.F.L Ground Finish Floor Level
3. Concrete 1:2:4 with 3000 PSI compressive strength of (d) 3/8" Ø = 20" 2 UP TO 6' 9"X6" 3#4 3#3 #3-4"C/C 6"
after 28 days for footings,beams,slabs columns 7. Plinth beam should be provided at plinth level. The X-Sec 9" 4 R.L Road Level
and in & water retaining structures,concrete has shown on the attached drawing. The plinth level may
1:1½:3 with 4000 PSI compressive strength of 6"x6" not be more than two feet higher than the reference road. 5 C-1 Column No. 1
cubes after 28 days. 3 UP TO 8' 9"X9" 3#4 3#4 #3-4"C/C 9"
8. Dowels at corners & junctions should be provided at each
4. Cement-sand mortar should be used as 3'-0" height & 3'-0 on either side. 9" 6 C.B Concealed Beam
a. In Foundation 1:6 9. The design is in accordance with seismic zone II-B.
b. Super Structure 9"thick 1:5
c. Super Structure 4 ½" thick 1:4 10. Footing has been designed for two storeys GF+FF plus mumty
7 U.B Upstand Beam
4 UP TO 12' 9"X12" 3#5 3#4 #3-5"C/C 12"
5. Concrete clear coverage should be followed as:- with bearing capacity of soil as 0.75 TSF. at 4' from RL.
(a) Slab 3/4" Bottom. with piles. 8 B/W Both Ways
9"
(b) Beams 1 1/2" All Sides.
(c) Columns 1" All Sides. 9 P.C.C Plain Cement Concrate
(d) Footing 2" All Sides.
15"
5 UP TO 15' 9"X15" 3#5 3#5 #3-5"C/C 10 LBD Lintel Beam At Door
9"
11 RL Road Level

18"
6 UP TO 18' 9"X18" 3#6 3#5 #3-6"C/C

9"
A B C D E F G H I
7'-41 2" 13'-9" 4'-101 2" 10'-6" 5'-41 2" 4'-212" 13'-61 2" 10'-4 12"

70'

1
C3 C3 C4
5'-41 2"

2
C1 C1 C1 C1
13'-6"

C1
35'

C1
3 C4
1'-6"

C2
4
C1 C1 C1 C1

C1
9'-3"

5
C1 C1
5'-412"

C1 C1 C1 C1 C1
6
LAYOUT PLAN OF WALL & COLLUM AT GROUND FLOOR PLAN
12"
9-#4

9"
JOINTS DETAIL

9" Brick Masonary & RCC Work

18"
R.C.C COLUMN

#3@8"
BRICK WALL

4-#4
9"
2 NO'S 3/8"Ø
at 3'C/C VERTICALLY
9"

#3@8"

3'-0"
2 NO'S 3/8"Ø
at 3'C/C VERTICALLY

PLAN OF C1 PLAN OF C2 9"


4½" 4½"
DETAIL OF SIESMIC JOINT
X. SECTION AT Y-Y
BETWEEN COLUMN & BRICK WALL.
Y
9"
3'-0" 1 R.C.C COLUMN
8"
Y 1 ½" B.B WALL
3'-0" 1"

9"
HOLES FOR NAIL STRIP-2'-6"C/C
2 NO'S 3/8"Ø 3" VERTICALLY 3"
at 3'C/C VERTICALLY 1"

6-#3
21"
1 ½"

9" 2'-6"
18" SEISMIC CONTROL STICHING AT
1/8" 1 ½"
21"
STRIP-2'-6"C/C 3"

10-#4
CORNERS/JOINTS VERTICALLY 21"
15"

AT EACH JOINT OF WALLS.

#3@8"
DETAIL OF STRIP

#3@8"
DETAIL OF SIESMIC JOINT
9"

BETWEEN COLUMN & B.B WALL.

D/R
PLAN OF C3 PLAN OF C4
A B C D E F G H I
7'-41 2" 13'-9" 4'-101 2" 10'-6" 5'-41 2" 4'-21 2" 13'-61 2" 10'-41 2"

70'

2
1
MANUAL
F2

2'
MANUAL JOB

5'
5'-41 2"

JOB

5'
5'
5' 5'

2 2'
SEPTIC TANK
MANUAL
8'x4'x4' JOB
3'
#3@5"C/C
B/W
13'-6"

12"TH

3'
35'

5'
F1
3
1'-6"

5'
4
U.G.W
TANK
5'x7'x6'
9'-3"

1 #3@7"C/C
B/W
3'

5 MANUAL
JOB
5'
1
5'-41 2"

2'
6
2

FOUNDATION LAYOUT PLAN OF GROUND FLOOR

1
A

7'-5" 9'-31 4" 9'-35 8" 10'-61 2"


70'

9'-65 8" 13'-21 4"

12"ø
10'-83 4"
I

10#4
5'-47 8"

P-16
4'-5"

12"ø
P-1 12"ø P-4 12"ø P-7 12"ø P-10 12"ø 12"ø

#3@6"
P-13
13'-107 8"

P-11 P-14
35'

P-8 P-17 12"ø


P-2 12"ø P-5 12"ø 12"ø 12"ø 12"ø
51 8"
13'-111 4"

P-3 12"ø P-6 12"ø P-9 12"ø P-12 12"ø P-15 12"ø P-18 12"ø
X SEC.OF R.C.C PILE
1'-9"

6
LAYOUT PLAN OF PILES 20' OR 7' IN HARD STRATA
A B C F H I
7'-43 4"
13'-9" 20'-9" 17'-9" 10'-41 2"

#3@6"
G.F.F.L
Water Proof
#3@7" Treament

20"
#3@6"
R.L R.L
#3@7" #3@7"
6"

21"
#4@6" #3@5" B/W #3@5" B/W
B/W B/W

4'
12" 3" 12"
12"Granular MATERIAL MANUAL
JOB
5'
SECTION DETAIL AT 1-1 RCC PILE RCC PILE RCC PILE RCC PILE RCC PILE
12"Ø 12"Ø 12"Ø 12"Ø 12"Ø

up to 25' depth up to 25' depth up to 25' depth up to 25' depth up to 25' depth
or 7' in Hard Strata or 7' in Hard Strata or 7' in Hard Strata or 7' in Hard Strata or 7' in Hard Strata

2-#4
2-#4
#3@8" #3@8"

2-#4 2-#4

9" 41 2"
X. SECTION OF LBD X. SECTION OF LBD-1
FOR 9" WALL FOR 4 1/2" WALL



A B C D E F G H I
7'-41
2" 13'-9" 4'-101
2" 10'-6" 5'-41
2" 4'-21
2" 13'-61
2" 10'-41
2"

R.C.C WALL AS
PER SITE LEVEL 70'
45'-8 1
2" 1'-6" 11'-31
2" 1'-6" 9'-3" 9"
1

1'-6"
SIDE PAVED 5'-0" AREA
5'-421"

+1'-0"
UP 6" SUNKEN SLAB UP SEPTIC TANK
ROAD LEV

1'-6"

1'-6"
6" SUNKEN SLAB 8'x4'x4'
+0'-0"
-
2 2'
D3

DRIVE WAY 7'-0'' WIDE


16'-61

1'-6"
3' 2'-6"
W2
7' 2'-6" 3'
1'-41
4' 1' 1'-10" 5' 2' 2" 7'
2"

2'

MAIN GATE
V1 W5a W4
41
2"
41
2"
A A

18'-6"
BATH W5

4'
UP

8'-6"
5'-6"x8'-6"

17'
7'-9" 2'
PORCH
15'-61
13'-6"

1'-6"
12'
8'-10" 2"x17'-9"
+0'-8" FROM R.L

14'-3"
41
2"
KITCHEN
+ 0'-8"
BED ROOM 9'-9"x14'-3"
2'-6" D1
12'-0"x14'-3" + 1'-8"
29'-3"

D2 + 1'-8"
2' UP

41"

5'
UP ENT/STAIR

3' 2
DRESS LOBBY UP
REAR PAVED 5'-6"x5'-41
2" 8'-10"x11'-9" V2
13'-61
35'

35'
7'-0" AREA 2" + 1'-8" 2" 3' 7'
41 9"

9"
2'-6"
41 2" 3'-
3 +1'-0" 2" 3'-21

1'-6"
4'-11 2"
2'
D2
1'-6"

3' 2"

2'-6"
3'-6"

4'-6"
2 F.P 1

3'-221"
D3
4
3'-6"

412"
PWD 4'-9"
5'

3'-1021"
2'-6"
2' 41 FRONT
D2 8'-0"x3'-6" 41
2"
9"

2" D2 PAVED AREA

421"
3'

5'
1' 10'-0" WIDE

3'-6"
D2 2'-6" + 0'-8"
R.C.C WALL AS
PER SITE LEVEL

1'-721"
5'-41
2" 8'-41 8'-71

9"
2" 2"
9'-3"

7'

W2
41
2"

13'-6"
W1

15'
LIVING DRAWING U.G.W

11'-121"
2'-11

7'
2"
17'-0"x15'-0"

8'
V2 2' 20'-0"x13'-6" TANK
+ 1'-8"
5 11' 2' + 1'-8"
5'x7'x6'
BED ROOM
2'-6"
421"

20'
5'-9"

BATH 13'-0"x13'-6"
41
2'-6"

2"6'-7½"x4'-3"
5'-412"

5'-9"

+ 1'-8"
CH-8'-0" D2

2'-6"

9"
F.P F.P

2'
10'
F.P
6
60' 10'
70'
COVERED AREA =1799.00 Square ft R.C.C WALL AS
PER SITE LEVEL

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

+32'-2"

6"6"

6"6"

6"6"
1'

1'
R.C.C SLAB

1'
1.5" Thick Brick Tiles 1'
1'
4"Th. Mud with Husk
2- Layers of Polythene
5'

5'
2- Coats of Hot Bitumen

8'-6"
6"Th. R.C.C. Slab (1:2:4)
7'

12'
6" 3'-6"

6" 3'-6"

3'-6"

2'-6" 9" 1' 1'-3"6" 3'-6"

3'-6"
+23'-8"
+23'-2" +23'-2" +23'-2"
6"

6"

6"
R.C.C SLAB R.C.C SLAB
2'-6" 9" 1' 1'-3"

3'

3'

9"
7"
8'-10"
3'-6"
10'

6'-5"

12'-2"
32'-8"
6'-6"
4'-6"

4'-6"
8'-8"
3'-6"

7"
26'-8"

+12'-8" +12'-8" +12'-8"

2' 1'-6"
6"6"6"

KITCHEN BATH
6"6"6"

BATH BED ROOM


6"6"

6"1'-2" 6"6"

3'-6"
F.F.L
9" 1' 9" 1'
6"

R.C.C SLAB
+10'-6"

6"
2'-6" 9" 1' 9"

6" SUNKEN SLAB


7"
6" SUNKEN SLAB R.C.C SLAB
3'

8'-8"
3'-6"
10'

8'-212"

DUCT
6'-6"

9'-4"

9'-4"
2'-412" 7"
4'-6"

3'-6"
6'

+1'-8" +1'-8" +1'-8"


1'-8" 6"

F.F.L +1'-0" BATH BED ROOM KITCHEN ENT/STAIR LOBBY +0'-8"


1'-8"

1'-8"

1'-8"

+0'-0"
- P.L +0'-0"
-
R.L
8"

R.L

A SECTION 1/2" Th. Floor Finishing


2" Th. P.C.C. (1:2:4)
4" Th. BriCk Ballast
4" Th.Sand or Stone Dust
CompaCted Earth
Front Side Of House
Raft RCC
Foundation Layout
 PROJECT SCHEDULE SUMMARY
• Schedule Overview:
The total project is scheduled to take 30 Calendar Days.
Substructure is projected to last 10 working days,
superstructure will take 20 working days and the rough-in
and finish timeline is 30 days. Building closeout includes
testing for LEED point verification and other testing and
balances, as well as final punch list work. Project started
from April 2, 2018 Final completion is expected at the end
of December, 2018.
• Time Management
The work is under progress 8-hours each day.
No work is done on FRIDAY.
Work Breakdown Structure
• The WBS is a hierarchical division of the principal
work elements for a project. An appropriate WBS
links components of the cost estimate and activities
of the schedule. The WBS assists the project team in
transitioning the plan to the schedule. It provides the
basis for all project reporting, including the collection
and monitoring of data and forecasting of cost and
schedule trends.
Ibraheem Khadir
Work Brakedown Structure
Hussain Engineering Services

10 Marlas House Construction

Glass
Initial
Initial Electric
Electric
Electric Plumbing
Plumbing
Plumbin Wor
Initial Excavation
Excavation
Excavation Roofing
Roofing
Roofing
Plaste
Plastering
Plastering
investigation
investigation
investigation
work
work
work gwork
work
work ring k

UG
UGpipes
pipes water
water
water tank
tank
Foundation
Foundation
Foundation R.C.C Floor
Flooring
Flooring Wood
Wood
Survey
Survey tank ing Work
Work
layout
layout wire inst
Pipe
Pipe
P.C.C Finishin skirting
skirti
P.C.C Finishing Fitting
Fitting
g Switch inst ng
Coulmn Water
Water
Coulmnand Fan &
Fan & Lights
Lights Taps
Painting
Painti
Beams
and Beams Taps ng
inst
inst
ACTIVITES
• SITE INVESTIGATION • Steel work for Ground floor Roof Lintel
• Survey and Marking • Concreting Ground floor Roof
• • Curing Ground floor Roof
Foundation Making
• Layout For 1st Floor Building
i. Excavation
• Brick work 1st Floor
ii. Bore Hole Layout for Pillings
• Shuttering 1st floor Roof +Electric Work
iii. Bore Holes with Machine
• Concreting 1st floor Roof
iv. Pile Concreting • Plumbing Work
v. Building Layout • Flooring,Eclectric work
vi. Steel Work For Raft Foundation • Plaster Work
vii. Concreting for Raft (1.5ft) • Floor Concreting
viii. Curing of Concrete
• Brick work upto Plinth level
• DPC and Plinth Beam
• Brick Work upto Roof
• Shuttering Ground floor Roof +Electric Work
Organizational Breakdown Structure

• Hierarchical division of the organization structure


that defines who performs work elements.
General Manager

OBS Deputy Manager

Project Manager

Electricl Work Plumbig Work Structural Work H&R


Civil Work Manager Manager Procurement Manager
Manager Mnager Manager

Concrete Wiring Severage lines Carpentery Labourers Accounts & Finace

Brick Work Fixtures Gas Pipes Roofing Supervoiser Data Entery Opertaor

Masonry Helper Helper Dry Wall Helper Helper

Marble Installer Helper

Helper
Abdul Sattar
CPM Calculation
Spreadsheet by Primavera
p6
Spreadsheet part 2
NODE Diagram BY Primever Network a P6
NODE Diagram BY Primever Network a P6
NODE Diagram BY Primever Network a P6
CONCLUSION
• Management is the important part of any project. If you are not able to utilize the
resources according's to need your project will be failed. That’s the reason behind
the making of different methods and theories for managing the projects.

• this Presentation we work on one of the management techniques CPM due to this
we are easily able to calculate the total duration of project.

• We Draw Following Benefits From this Exercise.


I. We Use the CPM Concepts paractically and calculate total days which has
passed until now.
II. From the Calculations Total Days Passed are 256.
III. We gain new things by visiting site location.