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SCREEN WALL

Tower - 2

Contents
Introduction Stages Roles & Responsibilities Flow Chart Total Scope & Details Dimensions Problems Faced Solution Adopted Screen Wall Pics Conclusion

Introduction
Erecting structural steel work for commercial building construction takes place in a dynamic changing environment where there are many risks and hazards associated with it.Proper and timely planning and coordination are the most effective ways to manage these hazards and risks.

Stages
Project involving structural steel construction have main 4 stages. The stages are as follows : Design Fabrication Transport Erection

Roles & Responsibilities


Structural design Engineer Client Erection Engineer Fabricator Erector Safety Inspector
The person who is responsible for the engineering design of the Structure

The party who is responsible for managing the construction and who has control over it

The person who is responsible for the engineering design and stability aspects of the erection of the steel structure The person responsible for making the steel work

The Employer responsible for engaging the erection crew and erecting the structure

The person who will be looking after the safety aspects during erection.

Flow Chart

Total Scope & Details


Scope of Work Length of SW Width of SW Height of SW Total Columns Total Tie Beams Total Tube Plates 285 MT 120 metre 22 metre 16.5 metre 18 Nos 60 Nos 132 Nos - 432 Nos

Dimensions
Column 450mm x 750mm x 16mm Tie Beam 350mm x 750mm x 10mm Tube size- 150mm x 150mm x 4mm C-Channel 100mm x 50mm

System Process We Adopted Prior To Structural Erection

What We Do ?
Define : Understand and specifying the problem Measure : Identifying the risks involved Analyze : Brainstorming with the Consultants and come up with innovative ideas Improve : Bring Change while implementing new technologies Control : Keep Control while actual erection to avoid unprecedented accidents

To Avoid Risk

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Prepare be ready Respond In a timely manner Recover when the need arises Mitigate Eradicate the errors/Reduce the errors

Sequence of Activities during Erection


Receiving Material from the shop and temporarily stacking them, if necessary. Lifting and placing the member and temporarily holding in place. Temporarily bracing the system to ensure stability during erection. Aligning and permanently connecting the members either by bolting or welding.

SCREEN WALL Tower 2


Problems faced : Prior starting the
Screen wall fabrication a square hollow section of dimension (750x450x16)mm is required for Screen wall Vertical Columns which isnt easily available in market and if we need to manufacture such section it would cost at skyrocketing price.

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Solution we adopted : We created a
shop drawing for the square hollow section of the required dimension (Cut the plate and bend it into J section and joining the two J shaped plates into 1 square hollow section with the help of Splice Plates) which we got it approved from the Consultant and Client.

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Achievement : Saved time Provided value engineering ideas Reduced time cycle

Problem 2
Problems Faced : At terrace level (117m
height) about a total of 250 MT of box columns needed to be lifted and fixed but the problem we faced is the unavailability of crane and due to the height factor hydra cannot be used which is virtually impossible to use.

Solution
Solution We adopted : Usage of
Vertical Gadams and chain pulleys having a capacity to lift 4MT was erected at Terrace and used to lift the 2.5m of Column pieces to complete the total 16m height of each column.

After Fabrication of two J shaped Section

Erection of 1st Screen Wall Section

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Screen Wall in Progress

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Screen Wall in Progress

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GOAL IS ATTAINED ONLY IF EVERYTHING FALLS


AT THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME & HAVE THE RIGHT RESOURCES
SAFETY

MACHINE

MANPOWER

GOAL

Teamwork

Resources

Conclusion
The Structural Heavy work requires preplanning before performing the actual erection on site. It involves all the aspects of organizing resources , proper job allocation and systematic co-ordination , risk assessment to achieve great results on site.

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