Rate analysis of Civil Works or Building Works is the determination of cost of each construction work per unit quantity. Elements and requirements of rate analysis is discussed.

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## Rate Analysis of Plastering with Cement Mortar -Material Quantity Calculation

Rate analysis of plastering with cement mortar requires the quantity estimation of materials cement mortar, i.e. quantity of cement, sand and water for various grades of mortar required. Grades of mortar used for plastering is generally same grade as used ...

## Rate Analysis for Cement Mortar -Calculate Quantity and Cost

Rate analysis for cement mortar requires estimation of materials i.e. cement and sand required for 1m3 for various proportions, CM 1:2, 1:4, 1:6, 1:8 etc.

## Quantity of Cement and Sand Calculation in Mortar

Quantity of Cement and Sand Calculation in Mortar Quantity of cement mortar is required for rate analysis of brickwork and plaster or estimation of masonry work for a building or structure. Cement mortar is used in various proportions, i.e. 1:1, ...

## Analysis of Rates for Civil Engineering Works

In order to determine the rate of a particular item, the factors affecting the rate of that item are studied carefully and then finally a rate is decided for that item. This process of determining the rates of an item ...

## Rate Analysis of Brick Masonry -Calculate Quantity and Cost

Rate analysis of brickwork requires the determination of quantities of materials (bricks and mortar) and labours. Mortar can be of any proportions 1:2, 1:4, 1:6, 1:8 etc.

## Quantity and Rate Analysis for Reinforced Concrete Construction

Today we will see how to prepare rate analysis for Reinforced Concrete (RCC) work. First step to rate analysis is the estimation of labour, materials, equipments and miscellaneous items for particular quantity of reinforced concrete. The second step is to ...

## Soil Classification in Excavation for Measurement and Payment

There are three types of soil classification in excavation for measurement and payment. Rate of each soil types differs based on depth of excavation.