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LABOUR REQUIREMENT FOR VARIOUS CONSTRUCTION WORKS

LABOUR REQUIREMENT FOR VARIOUS CONSTRUCTION WORKS: The cost of construction project highly depends on the requirements of labour for various activities during construction. There are direct and indirect costs associated with the labour. They are the salary of labours, their accommodation, ...

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QUANTITIES OF MATERIALS PER CUBIC METRE OF CONCRETE

Quantity of materials such as cement, sand, coarse aggregates and water required per cubic meter of concrete  and mortar varies with the mix design of the concrete and mortar respectively. Following table gives the estimated quantity of materials required per ...

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MEASUREMENT OF REINFORCED CONCRETE WORKS

Measurement of reinforced concrete works such as foundation, columns, beams, slabs pedestal are needed for calculation of actual cost of construction and payment to the contractor. This article provides guidelines for the measurement including formulas for the calculation of quantities of ...

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SIZE AND QUANTITY OF REINFORCEMENT FOR BUILDING WORKS

Reinforcement is required for reinforced concrete members such as footings, beams, columns, slabs, lintels etc. Estimation of reinforcement quantity is required prior to tendering stage to calculate approximate cost of project or construction work. Following table gives the estimated quantities of ...

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ESTIMATION METHODS OF BUILDING WORKS

The estimation of building quantities like earth work, foundation concrete, brickwork in plinth and super structure etc., can be workout by any of following two methods: a) Long wall – short wall method b) Centre line method. c) Partly centre line and short ...

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