PROJECT SCOPE / SPECIFICATION

The conditions of contract and the drawings shall be read in conjunction with the specifications and matters referred to, shown or described in one are not necessarily repeated in the other. These specifications are comprehensive and may exceed the requirements of this project. Notwithstanding the sub-division of the specification into various headings, every part of it is to be deemed supplementary to every other part and is to be read with it, so far as it may be practicable so to do, or when the context so admits. In this contract, reference is made to the Indian Standards and these references shall be deemed to include the latest editions or issue of standards, specifications or bye-law including all revisions upto the date of invitation of Tenders. The contractor shall ensure that all materials and workmanship in so far as they apply to this contract shall comply in every specification or any other equivalent or specification approved by the Consultant. The Contractor shall make available at site copies of all relevant standards and codes of practice referred in these specifications and other codes sought by Project Manager throughout the period of contract. These shall be the latest editions and shall include all revisions / addendum thereof. All items or materials shall be delivered to the site in the manufacturers original unopened containers with the manufacturers brand and name clearly marked on. Concrete Works All concrete included in the works shall comply with the General requirements of this section of the specification except where those requirements are modified by the provisions of later Clauses relating to specialized uses for concrete in which case the requirements of those Clauses shall take precedence. A competent person shall be employed whose first duty will be to supervise all stages in the preparation and placing of the concrete. All test on materials, the making and testing of cubes and the maintenance and calibration of all mixing and measuring plant shall be carded out under his direct supervision. Material
Cement

The cement used shall be ordinary port land cement conforming to IS:269 (Latest revision) for all works except where specifically mentioned in the Drawings. All cement shall be fresh when delivered. Cement shall be delivered in sound and property secured bags or other packages ready for immediate use and shall be used direct from the bag.

flaws and other defects. hard. Every brick shall be thoroughly soaked in water before use. The courses shall be truly horizontal and the work strictly plumb. durable. of limited porosity and free from adhering. stones. Brick work The building bricks are to be the best quality table molded kiln burnt. coal residues and organic or other impurities that may cause corrosion of reinforcement or may impair the strength or durability of the concrete. thoroughly mixed by hand. patent bricks.¶ and mica shall not be present. rounded in shape and shall have granular or crystalline or smooth (but not glossy) non-powdery surface. . 1786 or 1139 (Latest) as specified in the drawings.Aggregates Materials used as aggregates shall be obtained from a source known to produce aggregates satisfactory for concrete and shall be chemically inert. The pieces shall be angular. Sand derived from stone unsuitable for coarse aggregates shall not be used as fine aggregates. or high yield strength deformed bar conforming to IS. Coarse Aggregate Coarse Aggregates shall be crushed stone. The cement and sand shall be as described under 'Cement Concrete' and the mortar unless specified otherwise in item detail is to be composed of one part cement to four parts of coarse sand by volume. Fine aggregates shall be natural sand or sand derived by crushing material like gravel or stone and shall be free from coagulated lumps. strong. flaky and laminated pieces. Steel Reinforcement Steel for bar and fabric reinforcement shall conform to mild steel of tested quality conforming to IS. Maximum size of coarse aggregate shall be of 20 mm unless otherwise noted The grading of coarse aggregate of nominal size of 40 mm shall be such that not more than 5% shall be larger than 40 mm and not more than 5% shall be smaller than 5 mm and not less than 1 0% or more than 35% shall be of 10 mm size. coating. All joints in brick work are to be well filled with mortar. Fragile. hard sound. 432 (Latest). square with sharp arises. clay lumps. Aggregate (Fine and Coarse) shall be thoroughly washed with clean water if so directed by the Architect. even and uniform in shape and color free from cracks. joints shall be broken vertically and they shall not exceed 1/2" in thickness. The caustic soda test for organic impurities shall show a colour not deeper than that of the Standard solution.

hollow blocks. Calcareous materials include lime and/or cement whereas siliceous materials generally used are natural or ground sand and/or industrial by products such as slag and Pulverized Fuel Ash (PFA). RCC will be measured and paid for separately but Rs area will be deducted from brick work. 75 mm thick RCC bond with 1:2:4 mix concrete and 2 Nos. The cellular structure which gives the product good thermal properties and a high strength density ratio. The wall shall be lined with the marble in courses as indicated and grain of the marble /granite shall be arranged in pattern as per detailed drawings. The quality shall be uniform and it shall be hard and free from any discolouration. 6 mm bars. The wall surface shall cleaned from all dirt. cracks. buffing with polishing felt and cleaned . mortar droppings etc. One cement and five coarse sand for 230 mm thick masonry work and above. Unless otherwise specified the mortar shall be of the following proportions. 16 gauge 25 mm wide. flaws. Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) is a light weight cellular material which is formed by a chemical reaction between fine grained calcareous and siliceous materials. half brick walls.Granite / Tiles shall be fixed with adhesive of an approved make /manufacture ( MC -Buchman /Pidilfte or approved equivalent) . honeycombed brick work. MORTAR The mortar for brick work shall be cement and sharp coarse sand and shall be made in small quantities so as to be used up within 30 minutes. care shall be taken to see that they are of equal hardness so as to wear evenly. The marble /granite lining and dados shall be finally hand polished by Carborundum stone. Care shall be taken to cut the slabs so as to provide a pattern as indicated. The sand bars shall be cast in or securely fixed to adjoining concrete walls or columns.HALF BRICK WORK All brick work under 115 mm thick shall be reinforced with hoop iron. in every coarse in the bottom for the first four coarses and in every fourth coarse thereafter. or 2 Nos. No left over mortar shall be used. The cement and sand of the required proportion shall be first mixed dry thoroughly and water added and mixed to a sufficiently thick consistency as required by the Architect. The marble shall be bedded in cement mortar backing covering the full area of the marble. shall be provided at every 2 metre height or as directed.The Marble /granite slabs shall be machine cut true to the shape and size and machine polished. veins of foreign materials or any other defects. When marble of different colour and kinds associated. The curing of this type of concrete is done at high temperature and pressure in saturated steam (Autoclaving). FLOORING MARBLE / GRANITE STONE Marble / Granite shall be the best Indian marble / granite to be approved by the Architect/Client and a sample piece should be kept in the office of the Project Manager. 10 mm dia MS bars wfth'U' shaped 6 mm dia MS strips @ 150 mm centres. Marble /Granite stone slabs for wall lining and dados shall be machine polished edges. before applying the base plaster Joints between slabs shall be hair fine and filled with coloured cement to match the marble /granite. One cement and four coarse sand for piers. is produced by reaction between alkaline lime/OPC component and added aluminum powder (foaming agent) to give bubbles of hydrogen. No extra for the cost of hoop iron will be paid.

All walls shall be washed with water and kept damp for 10 hours before plastering. 3 parts sand to ceiling. sufficiently rough and keyed to ensure proper bond. installation of conduits. Broken comers shall be cut back less than 150 mm on both sides and patched with plaster of Paris as directed. The surface shall be trowelled smooth to an approved surface. All plaster work shall be kept continuously wet for seven days. without imperfections. f) The plaster unless specified otherwise shall be average of 15 mm ' thick on walls and minimum 6 mm thick for the ceiling. boxes. tools and scaffolding necessary for the completion of the work detailed. Concrete surfaces to receive plaster shall be suitably roughened. It shall form proper foundations for finishing materials such as paint etc. g) The interior plaster shall be applied in one coat only. Masonry and concrete surface to which plaster is to be applied shall be clean. . Contractor shall get samples of each type of plaster work approved by the engineer. free from efflorescence. All corners shall be rounded to a radius. material. shall be completed before any plastering is commenced on a surface. d) The materials used for plastering shall be proportioned by volume by means of gauge boxes.FINISHING PLASTERING a) All plaster work shall be of the best workmanship and in strict accordance with the dimensions of the drawings. concrete blocks. 200 mm Wide installed before plastering. shall be one part cement and four parts sand. Chasing or cutting of plaster will not be permitted. c) All chasing. Alternatively ft may be required to proportion the materials by weight. He shall be responsible to take proper precautions to all works from damage. e grooves are not called for. and square with adjoining work. the joint between concrete and masonry in filling shall be covered by 24 gauge expanded galvanized metal strips. e) The. The finished texture shall be as approved by the Architect. to walls and one part cement. The contractor shall supply all necessary labour. b) The Joints in the brick work. etc. The mix for plaster unless otherwise specified. All plastering shall be finished to true levels including plumbs. shall be raked to a depth of 15 mm while the masonry is green. Any work rejected through non-compliance with the specifications or damaged work shall be removed and replaced at the expense of the contractor.

etc. Hence. construction planning is a process of identifying activities and resources required to make the design a physical reality. construction is the implementation of a design envisioned by architects and engineers. local building codes. Basis of Cost Estimate  The cost report is based on the information provided by the Client and is based on available data. Because each project is site specific. Because of technological complexity and market demands. usually represented by detailed plans and specifications. and often requires a long time to complete.  The cost report prepared based on judgment and market experience. In both design and construction. Both the design and construction of a facility must satisfy the conditions peculiar to a specific site. These include the following: y y y y Nearly every facility is custom designed and constructed. the anticipation of future requirements is inherently difficult. design is a process of creating the description of a new facility. There is no working drawing for the preparation of cost appraisal. No cross verification has been undertaken on quantities/items. numerous operational tasks must be performed with a variety of precedence and other relationships among the different tasks. its execution is influenced by natural. Since the service life of a facility is long. . Several characteristics are unique to the planning of constructed facilities and should be kept in mind even at the very early stage of the project life cycle. These processes can best be viewed as an integrated system. changes of design plans during construction are not uncommon. social and other locational conditions such as weather. labor supply.TECHNOLOGY STUDIES Design and Construction In the planning of facilities. Broadly speaking.  The costing is based on the Employers in puts & conceptual drawings. health facilities for senior citizens. it is important to recognize the close relationship between design and construction. y Cost of Construction Preliminary estimate of proposed construction of housing.

It is not a prediction of the lowest tender.00 AREA [IN SQFT] 53. the estimate is based on industry practice. 5. 10.000. 12. Pricing assumes competitive tendering for every portion of the construction work.NO 1. ITEM Structure and masonry works External and internal painting Windows Internal and External Plastering Internal doors and shutters Waterproofing in Toilets. equipment. HOUSING AREA FLOOR AREA [IN SQM] 5. 11. 6. Pricing reflects probable construction costs obtainable in the project locality on the date of this estimate. 3. and represents best judgment as a professional construction cost consultant familiar with the construction industry in India. professional experience and qualifications. 7. 2. This estimate is a determination of fair market value for the construction of this project.800. Tanks Toilet including fittings and fixtures Granite slab in Kitchen and entrance sitting Kota Stone for staircase Mosaic cement tiles for flooring Electrical works Plumbing works SCOPE             REMARKS .00 GRAND TOTAL AREA Scope Statement and Assumptions SL.00 53. or over the contractor's method of determining prices.000.NO 1. 8. materials. 4. 9. drawings and/or reasonable assumptions and details obtained from historical records and/or discussions. However.Qualification This estimate is provided based on Client's Project brief. Area Statement SL.800. we cannot and does not guarantee that the tenders or the final construction costs will not vary from opinions of probable cost prepared by them. Since we has no control over the cost of labour.00 5. or over the competitive tendering or market conditions at the time of tender.

00. 3. 2.000 4.000 50.NO 1. 3. 4.420 42.340.000 3.000 50.859.800.200. 5.200.50.000 1.000 19. 5.420 .00.000 1. 4.000 3.000 819. 6. 2. PROJECT RUNNING COST EARTHWORKS AND EXCAVATION SHELL N CORE ARCHITECTURAL FINISHING WORKS PLUMBING AND SANITARY WORKS ELECTRICAL WORKS SINGAGES ADD CONTINGENCIES @ 2% on overall SUBTOTAL COST [B] GRANDTOTAL IN Rupees 1.800.420 41.000 112. INITIAL COST OFFICE MAINTAINENCE STAFF SALARY EXPENSES STATIONARY TRANSPORTATION OTHER EXPENSES SUBTOTAL [A] ELEMENT AMOUNT IN Rs 50.Cost Estimation SL. 7.000 5.790.000 11.

Project financing proposed Financial Structure Debit Fixed Asset Loan from Bank @ 3% interest Credit Present cost of land is 10. 00.000 = Rs 5.000 Rs 50. 00.50.000 x 10.000.000 at a interest of 2% .000 Interest per annum to be paid to bank is Rs 2.000 rupees per sqm = 5.420/- b.500.000 x 2% = 1. 00. 00.FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC EVALUATION a.400.000 per annum Interest Calculation Loan obtained from bank is Rs 50. Total investment costs Financial Status Budget summary as above y y Initial Cost Construction Cost INR 550.) Rs 2. 00. Rs 10. 00.. As a result the appreciation cost of land is more than interest rate of bank.000 Appreciation cost of land is increasing at the rate of 5% per annum (i. Even though the investor in the risk of uncertainty due of fluctuation of real estate.000/INR 41.000 .e. 00.790.

320.200.000 75.50.000 2.000 1. for quarterly and even for monthly.445. for six months.000 6. Motives of preparing the cash flow statement: y y To identify the causes for the cash balance changes in between two different time periods.000.000 2.000 14.500. 3.00. Operating Cost SL.000 825. 5.000 75.500.000 5. 7.500 1.800.00.859.000 6.000 12.790.500 340.000 800.800.000 10.000 1.000 50.000 50.000 12. 6.000 60.000 d.400.000 3.000 12.000 11.c. . 4.000 2.000 4.950.000 13.000 112. 4. INITIAL COST OFFICE MAINTAINENCE STAFF SALARY EXPENSES STATIONARY TRANSPORTATION OTHER EXPENSES SUBTOTAL [A] PROJECT RUNNING COST EARTHWORKS AND EXCAVATION SHELL N CORE ARCHITECTURAL FINISHING WORKS PLUMBING AND SANITARY WORKS ELECTRICAL WORKS SINGAGES ADD CONTINGENCIES @ 2% on overall SUBTOTAL COST [B] GRANDTOTAL IN Rupees 50.000 8.000 112.000 10.000 14.000 819.000 15.000 1.000 19.000 121.000 4.400.340. To enlist the factors of influence on the reduction of cash balance as well as to indicate the reasons though the profit is earned during the year and vice versa.000 10.400.420 750.025.000 12. Cash flow statements can be prepared for a year.137.420 41. with the help of corresponding two different balance sheets. Cash flows The cash flow statement is being prepared on the basis of an extracted information of historical records of the enterprise.000 5.000 5.000 7. 3.420 42.000 1.000 3.NO ELEMENT AMOUNT IN Rs 1ST Quarterly Cycle 2nd Quarterly Cycle 3rd Quarterly Cycle 4th Quarterly Cycle 1.000 3.200.000 15.800.000 1.800.000 80. The cash includes not only means that cash in hand but also cash at bank.000 75. 2. 5.000 6.000 12.821. 1. 2.000 95.000 15.500 2.045.200.200.000 7.500 124.000 12.000 5.700.

 It moots control through identification of variations occurred in the cash expenses and expenditures. .  It paves way for scientific cash management for the firm through maintenance of an appropriate cash levels i-e optimum level cash of resources.Utility of cash flow statements are as follows:  To identify the reasons for the reduction or increase in the cash balances irrespective level of the profits earned by the firm. i) Preparation of cash flow statement ii) Financial Feasibility measures are stated below.  It facilitates the management to maintain an appropriate level of cash resources.  It guides the management to take futuristic decisions on the prospective demands and supply of cash resources through projected cash flows. y How much cash resources are required? y How much cash requirements could be internally settled? y How much cash resources are to be raised through external sources? y Which type of instruments is going to be floated for raising the required resources?  It helps the management to understand its capacity at the moment of borrowing for any further capital budgeting decisions.  It avoids in holding excessive or inadequate cash resources through proper planning of cash resources.