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PROJECT SUMMARY
Project Name: Suvarna Siddhi Architect: Dhiraj Walunj Project Type: Residential Apartment No. of Floors: Stilt +3 Floors No. of Flats : 12 Nos. of 830 Sq.ft. and 2 Nos. of 1120 Sq.ft. DESIGN PHILOSOPHY: Proposed development plan is to enlighten the effective and efficient infrastructure systems like: i) Water supply and distribution system ii) Sewage and waste water disposal system iii) Storm water disposal system SCOPE: Scope covers following major system designs: i) External water supply network and Internal water distribution system ii) Internal waste water and soil pipe network up to street man hole. iii) External sewage pipeline network with man holes and disposal up to existing municipal trunk line. iv) Rain water run-off collection, conveyance and final discharge in recharge pit. v) Solid waste Management. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION IN BRIEF : Water supply: Existing Water supply demand will be catered by following sources: i) Municipal Water Connection Primary source of water ii) Existing Bore Well - Secondary/Emergency source of water Sewerage System: The waste water generated from apartments will be conveyed to nearby external collection system through nearest manhole. Storm water Drain: The run-off from built-up area, open space, roads, green area etc. will be collected in pipe drain and conveyed to existing municipal storm water drainage connection.

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INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEM
1.0 2.1 BASIS OF DESIGN: DESIGN GOALS: Effective and efficient infrastructure System is to be designed so that proposed water supply, Sewerage, storm water system etc. will work without any trouble with maintenance in comfortable conditions. Proposed system components offered will have: Higher efficiency to achieve a desired Performance. Minimum power consumption, and with less maintenance. Easy to operate and maintain. Minimum noise level with least vibration. Reliable, Simple, Compact, Modular and Interchangeable systems. Better Environmental conditions.

On the basis of preliminary architectural drawings, discussion and details provided by client / architect, following actual site conditions and the assumptions made, load estimation is made and subsequent system design is evolved. 2.0 SCOPE : The scope covers following major facilities: 1. External water supply piping network with appurtenances 2. Internal plumbing fittings & sanitary fixtures 3. Internal soil / waste water & rain water drainage 4. External sewer with inspection chambers and manholes. 5. Roof drainage along with road surface drainage. 6. External storm water system 7. Solid waste Management 3.0 CODES AND STANDARD: Engineering components configuration and design of the proposed system will generally follow the following codes and standards. IS CODE National Building code 1983 1997 (Group 5, Part IX) CPHEEO DESCRITION Plumbing Services Water Manual, Sewage Manual
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IS CODE IS : 1172 1983 IS : 1239 1979 (Part I) IS : 1239 1969 (Part II) IS : 8034 / 1976 (Fresh / Bore Water) 5659 / 1970 (Process Water) 5600 (Sewage/ Drainage) 1520-60 & 5120-68 (Centrifugal pumps) IS : 9079 (Mono-block Pumps) IS : 778 & IS : 14846 IS : 651 1971 IS : 4985 1988 IS : 1729

DESCRITION Water Supply & Drainage Services Plumbing General Practice

Pumps

Valves Drainage General Sewage Disposal PVC Piping & Fitting CI Piping

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5.0 5.1

PROPOSED DESIGN PHILOSOPHY DURING DISCUSSION, THE FOLLOWING DATA AND REQUIREMENTS WERE ASSESSED: For each Apartments following amenities to be provided: 2 Bathrooms 1 Servants balcony Provision for Washing machine outlet in common bath Sink in kitchen area with provision for RO Plant provision

6.1. WATER REQUIREMENT: 6.2.1. DOMESTIC WATER REQUIREMENT Table no 1


No. of Units (Family) Type of Unit Populati on Base Total Population Water Required per capita/ per day Total Water Required Total Sewage Generation 80% of Total Water Consumptio n 11200 11200 11200 L/D

Block

Per/ Family G+3 Storeyed Apartments 14 14 2 BHK 5 -

Persons

Litre/day

70 1368

200 135

14000 14000 Say 14000 L/D 14

Total Domestic Water Requirement

6.2.2.

LANDSCAPING:

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U nits Garden of Apartment (GF + 3) units Central Landscape Area Approx 46 x

Garden Area 57 = =

M 2508 4000 @ @

Ltr/ Day 5 5 Say = =

LPD 12540 20000 32540 32500 L/D 32.50 M/d = = 6380 7000 13380 L/D 13500 L/D

Garden of Row Houses (GF+1) units Villa Central Landscape Area

44 x Approx x

29 = =

1276 1400

@ @

5 5 Say

Total Water Requirement for landscaping

32500 13500 46000 L/D

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TOTAL WATER REQUIREMENT: ZONE I ZONE II

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G + 3 Apartment Domestic Landscaping Commercial Fire Total 149040 32540 181580

Row Houses & Commercial 35640 13380 11000 25000* 85020

Say 181m Say 85 m This will be one time filling and hence this quantity will not be reflected in total water demand 6.2.4. WATER DISTIBUTION SCHEME Main Tapping from Existing 200mm DI Gravity Transmission Main Apartments 3-BHK-GF+3 Storey 23 Blocks-184 flats Tapping from External System Over head Tank Tank- 10,000 lit Villa 3-BHK GF-1 Storey Row Houses Tapping from External System Ground Level Storage-1000 lit Pumping System Overhead Tank-1000 lit Commercial Complex Tapping from External System Ground Level Storage Domestic-11,000 Pumping System Overhead Storage Domestic- 11000,liter.
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Land Scaping Direct Connection from External System, where ever required as per land scaing planning FIRE WATER : Built Up area = 4182 m Tank on commercial block Is fall in table 23 NBC Fire/ Life safety Area exceeding 500 m 25000 liter capacity OH each block

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As per N.B.C section IV of part I, the aforesaid building falls under group F Mercantile group, sub- division F-2 shops, stores and offices with area more than 500 m2. Recommended norms for fire fighting in a mercantile building. As per NBC fire safety requirement for A-4 Apartment houses PARTICULARS Fire Extinguisher Required Hose Reel Dry riser Wet Riser Down comer Required Not Required Not Required Required GF + 2 Provided by consultant Provided Provided Not Provided Not Provided Provided

Yard Hydrant Not Required Not Provided Type of Installati Not Required in view of Sprinkler on Automatic non provision of Not Provided System basement Manually operated Electric fire alarm Required system Automatic detection and Not Required alarm system Underground static Not Required Water supply water storage tank in ltrs. Terrace tank 25000 Ltrs. At the terrace tank level with minimum Pump capacity Not required pressure of 2.0 kg/cm2 7.1. DESIGN BASIS CALCULATIONS: Provided Not Provided Not Provided Provided Provided

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Basic reference for fire and life safety designs from NBC. & Tariff advisory committee (TAC) rules. Reference: Table No 23 Group F Mercantile Building (A) Underground Tank Capacity (m) Not Required 7.2. SCOPE: The scope of work for the proposed system will involve the following: Fire water storage at roof top Fire Pumps 7.3 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION: Overhead tank with capacity of 25m (static storage) is proposed on terrace in two compartments- one-each for fire fighting & domestic. Water will be supplied from existing ESR tank to UG Tank for commercial blocks. From UG tank, water will be pumped to fire water compartment, from which water will overflow to the domestic storage.container Fire pump will be electrically driven centrifugal pump. Diesel driven pump set is also provided. In case of power failure, the pumping system will switch over automatically to DG set through auto main failure (AMF) Panel. Fire extinguisher, hose reel, down comer, will be provided at all staircase landings. Also street side Stand post type Fire Hydrants also re commanded at selected spots. Manual operated electric fire alarm system at common area like lobby, passages, entry & exit places are proposed. The traveling distance for a person to reach manual call point should not be more than 30mtrs. 8.0 Internal System: Sewage disposal system for soil and waste water will be based on most efficient, functional and economical. Two pipe systems (waste and soil) will be provided to carry soil and waste water from building under gravity. Waste water pipes are to be connected to inspection chamber or manhole through gulley trap and soil pipes. The vertical down take pipe will be extended upward up to terrace
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Overhead Tank Capacity (m) 25

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level for ventilation purposes and will be provided with ventilating cowl. External System: The waste water generated in each individual household will be carried to inspection chamber, ultimately to be conveyed to road boundary manhole. The external collecting system covering whole project area will be provided in road shoulder. Client has fixed general road level between R.L 86 to R.L.87.30 for entire project area. This fact has been kept in mind while system development. Manholes are provided at convenient distance on need basis. The waste water generated will ultimately be taken to exiting M.H (B) of ULB located near Ratanda Circle about 550m away from West side boundary of Phase-II The proposed road formation levels in development plan for apartments in South side are falling from West to East, (RL 87.30 to RL 86.30) that is in reverse flow than general configuration slope from East to West, which helps in gravity flow for all remaining drainage area. Due to this specific reverse slope, in a length of about 110 m, deeper excavation will be necessary to achieve required slope. This is brought to notice. Further, in South area, one block of Villa and Commercial complex are proposed, the levels are dropping rather in South, which do not allow gravity flow as compared to remaining project area. Here introduction of one pumping station will be necessary with low head pumping along with short length of rising which will convey waste water to near by gravity system MH As informed, the details of ULB sewer M.H are as under. Size : 5*6 ft Depth: 12 ft Invert level: RL 79:555 m with size of sewer 3 ft Sewage Disposal: Waste water generated from entire project area is to released into ULB collecting system in the MH located near Ratanda area. 8.1. CODES AND STANDARDS National Building Code (NBC) CPHEEO Manual for sewerage system Hand book of water supply & drainage by BIS CPHEEO Manual along with Central Govt. guidelines and Hon. Supreme Court directives for Solid Waste Management. .
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9.0

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT CODES OF STANDARDS & DESIGN BASIS

National Building Code (NBC) Manual of Solid Waste Guideline rules prescribed by Supreme Court During daily human activities, considerable quantity of solid waste to generated. The waste in general is of organic and inorganic nature. The classification of materials can at under Food waste Rubbish Ashes and residues Special wastes

General Source of Generation : Residential Apartment Food waster, rubbish, ashes, special waste Commercial Storm, Shops etc food wastes, ashes, demolished and constructional waste Open areas Street, alleys etc Special waste rubbish as well as vegetative wastes Street sweeping Soil dust, paper waste and assorted various types of wastes Government as well as Hon. Supreme court has laid down certain norms and rules for collection, storage, conveyance, treatment and final disposal of solid waste. The pattern of generation has been analyzed by NEERI and has come up with an yard stick to assess and calculate per capita generation of Solid waste under Indian conditions. These norms are adopted for assessing total likely generation of solid waste in Phase II project. ESTIMATE OF WASTE GENERATION SR. NO TYPE OF STRUCTURE 1 1 Row Houses 2 Apartments 3 Commercial 4 Street sweeping 2 OCCOUPANCY 3 264 1056 400 1720 GENERATION GENERATION Kg / gm/c/day day 4 5 350 350 150 100 92.40 369.60 61.50 172

Out of total estimated quantity, about 40 to 50% can be organic waste, remaining recyclable and inert. It is necessary that segregation by way of two bags system may be resorted to at each
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generation points, so that further processing can be smoothly handed. It will be necessary to provide small capacity containers either static or movable at strategic places to store solid waste, which then can be transferred and removed for treatment and disposal. For such a small quantity to go for in house management system will not be viable from economic and management point of view. Hence it is advised to have a suitable tie-up with local authority for management of solid waste. 10.0 STORM WATER SYSTEM & RAIN WATER HARVESTING The area is arid. From the rainfall data supplied from 1988 to 2008, the following facts are revealed: Rainfall is mostly received in months of June, July, Aug, and sometimes in September. The maximum / minimum rainfall in a mouth is summarized as under. MAXIMUM Mouth June 88 July 90 Aug 92 Sept 06 Rainfall (mm) 173 496 317 137 Mouth June 2001 July 06 Aug 93 Sept 95 MINIMUM Rainfall (mm) 03 44 06 01

The value of maximum rainfall in decade is 820 mm, (1990) while that of minimum 232 mm (1993). As per analysis done by Indian Meteorological Department, the maximum intensity of rainfall for different span period years for Jodhpur area is as under:

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Frequency 50 year 5 year 2 year

Max Intensity mm/hr 70 40 30

The system is designed on evaluating such data. The client has constructed a very large water body in a form of step well in phase I project in an area called Navchowkia. The rain run-off of Phase II is to be drained to this step well for storage and possibly recharging. No any recharging system other than this is proposed at this stage. Assuming maximum intensity at rainfall per hour as 30 mm (being arid area) the run-off from different built up area and open area is assessed as under. The run-off is be calculated using rational formula as under Q = 10 x A x K x I, under Q = Run-off in cum / hr A = Area in hector K = co. efficient of run-off I = max. rain fall intensity mm/hour Run-off Calculation A in Structure surface h k a I Q

Civil structure Row house Apartment Commercial Roads / paving Open space / Land scapeing

Terrace Terrace Terrace Terrace 0.46 0.8 0.64 0.8 0.1 0.8 0.85 0.5 1.0 0.3 333 0 ,, ,, ,, ,,

cm / hr 11 15.36 2.4 12.75 9

cm / mi nt 0.18 0.26 0.04 0.22 0.15

Tentative formation levels of finished road are finalized. On the basis of such levels, the storm water line is aligned from West to
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East because of ultimate discharge point being step well. The villa and commercial complex located in South side being rather at lower levels, it may not be possible to drain the run off to step well possibly by gravity. Hence there is possibility of introducing a pumping station at lower level i.e. round about R.L 84 or 85. The run-off will be collected in a sump of capacity say 2 hours Low head pump will discharge run-off into a nearest man hole of parent gravity system. During non-monsoon period, the pumping machinery can be removed after due servicing and kept safely in store room. RCC nP3pipes are provided as per decision taken on 06- 07 09. Necessary provision is made for manhole and catch pits. As regards Villa located in the East direction, due to planned steep slope of road, this area will be drained by gravity by provision of depressed catch] pits and not by providing any underground pipeline. All the run off will be drained from West to East mostly by gravity with ultimate point of discharge being step well located in Phase 1 area through existing MH of storm water drain of Phase 1 ESTIMATE Estimates are . prepared taking into cosideration prevailing rates in Gujarat state Contigency is considered at 5% on estimated cost, which is normal prevaling practice.It is likely that on getting final architecture drawings,there can be every possibility in cost structure modification. RECATULATION OF INFRASTRUCTURE COST EXTERNAL Water Supply System------------------Rs. 16,70,842 Sewarage System-----------------------Rs. 27,68,500 Storm Water System-------------------Rs. 18,63,750 Total--------------------------------------Rs. 63,03,092 Add 5 % Contigency-------------------Rs. 3,15,150 Total--------------------------------------Rs. 66,18242 Say----------------------------------------Rs. 66 lac20 thousand INTERNAL Water supply, Waste drainage (soil and waste), Cold / hot water and Storm Water Cost-----------------------------------Rs. 3,96,31,562 Add 5 % contigency---------------Rs.
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Total Gross--------------------------Rs. 4,16,13,140


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Say------------------------------------Rs. 4 Crore17 lacs GRAND TOTAL---------------------Rs. 66.20+ 417== Rs 483.20 Lac

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