• On Dias
  • On Site

Quantity Survey

  1. Standard Qtys
  2. Rate Analysis
  3. BOQ
  4. Specifications

Drawing study


Engineering drawings are typically used as visual tools in the creation of homes, bridges, and other buildings. While these drawings can be quite straightforward to individuals who are skilled in the field of engineering or architecture, they can be quite difficult to interpret for laypeople. Knowing how to read engineering drawings will help provide you with a better idea of the building plans.

 

Unit Conversion

Many, if not most, parameters and measurements in the physical sciences and engineering are expressed as a numerical quantity and a corresponding dimensional unit; for example: 1000 kg/m³, 100 kPa/bar, 50 miles per hour, 1000 Btu/lb. Converting from one dimensional unit to another is often somewhat complex. The factor-label method, also known as the unit-factor method or dimensional analysis, is a widely used technique for performing such conversions.

  1. 1 cum = 35.36 cu ft
  2. 1 Sqm = 10.76 Sq ft

Surveying

Doing surveying with

  • Total Station
  • Leveling Instrument

Plant & Machinery

Procurement advice and assistance during the tendering procedures
Commercial Management and Contract Administration
Assistance in dispute resolution
Asset Capitalisation
Interim payment assessment
Cost Management
Claim the extra cost of the design variation

MIS Reports

DPR
WPR
MPR
Planned Vs Achieved
Buget
Cash flow
MS project scheduling
Auto CAD

Records

Drawing Register
Indent
Controlled documents
ISO documents
MIS Reports

Testing

Testing of Building materials like

Test cerificates
Cube test
Steel test
Sand test
Aggregates test
Cement
Solid Blocks
Coarse Aggregate
Bricks Testing

Safety

Safety is the state of being “safe” (from French sauf), the condition of being protected against physical, social, spiritual, financial, political, emotional, occupational, psychological, educational or other types or consequences of failure, damage, error, accidents, harm or any other event which could be considered non-desirable. Safety can also be defined to be the control of recognized hazards to achieve an acceptable level of risk. This can take the form of being protected from the event or from exposure to something that causes health or economical losses. It can include protection of people or of possessions.

Using of PPE’s


IS Code

A code is a rule for converting a piece of information (for example, a letter, word, phrase, or gesture) into another – usually shortened or covert – form or representation (one sign into another sign), not necessarily of the same type.

A large number of Indian Standard (IS) codes are available that are meant for virtually every aspect of civil engineering one can think of. During one’s professional life one normally uses only a handful of them depending on the nature of work they are involved in. Civil engineers engaged in construction activities of large projects usually have to refer to a good number of IS codes as such projects entail use of lots of assorted construction materials in many varieties of structures such as buildings, roads, steel structures, all sorts of foundations and what not, few of them are listed below.
* IS: 456 – code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete.
* IS: 383 – specifications for fine & coarse aggregate from natural sources for concrete.
* IS: 2386 – methods of tests for aggregate for concrete.
* IS: 2430 – methods of sampling.
* IS: 2116 – permissible clay, silt & fine dust contents in sand.
* IS: 2250 – compressive strength test for cement mortar cubes.

Labour Management

  • Mason
  • Mason Helper
  • MC
  • FC
  • Stone cutter
  • Reinforcement fabricator
  • Fabricator helper
  • Shuttering carpenter
  • Carpenter helper
  • Plumber
  • Plumber helper
  • Electrician
  • Electrician helper
  • Daily wages labour
  • Labours for Rate work

Marking

  1. Topography
  2. Periphery Marking
  3. Column Marking
  4. Wall marking

 

Shuttering

  • Cup and Lock system
  • Doka System
  • H – Frame System
  • Props and Span system
  • Wooden plancks and cassorina poles

Reinforcement

S No

Dia

In mm

Unit Wt

In Kg per meter

1

6

0.222

2

8

0.395

3

10

0.617

4

12

0.888

5

16

1.580

6

20

2.469

7

25

3.858

8

32

6.320

Concreting

  • Mixing
  • Transporting
  • Placing
  • Compacting
  • Grades of concrete
  • Design Mix
  • Site Mix
  • Batch Plant

Block work

  • Solid Block work
  • 100 mm thick
  • 200 mm thick
  • Hollow Block Work

Plastering

  • Internal Plastering
  • Walls
  • Roof
  • External Plastering

Painting

  • Internal Painting
  • Walls
  • Ceiling
  • Joineries
  • External Painting
  • Textures

Plumbing

  • Piping
  • UPVC
  • CPVC
  • PVC
  • Ring Mains
  • Testing
  • Closet fixing
  • CP fittings

Electrical

  • Internal wiring
  • External cabling
  • Panel boards
  • Transformer
  • HVAC

STP,WTP

  • Sewage treatment plant purpose and uses
  • Water Treatment plant purpose and uses
  • Underground sump

Logistics

  • Logistics planning of project
  • Admin office
  • Site office
  • Stores
  • Client’s office
  • Reinforcement yard
  • Shuttering yard
  • P&M yard
  • Materials testing lab
  • Tower cranes
  • Batching plant
  • Labour colony
  • Staff quarters
  • Security cabin