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# me : Farooq Mustafa Al-Obaidi

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brick work

## me : Farooq Mustafa Al-Obaidi

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Brick work

Brickworkismasonryproduced
by
abricklayer,
usingbricksandmortar.
Typically,
rows
of
bricks
calledcoursesare laid on top of one another to build up a
structure such as a brickwall.

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## Number of costs to consider for Brick work

Materials and method of brick order cost
Labor cost
Other costs

## Name : Farooq Mustafa Al-Obaidi

Estimating Quantity

Bricks
1. Calculate net surface area of the wall
2. calculate surface area of 1 brick including mortar
3. divide wall area by brick area
4. multiply by number of wythes in wall
5. add an amount for waste

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Estimating Quantity

Mortar

## Volume per brick =(t)(W)(L+H+t)

t = mortar thickness
W = brick width/depth inches
L = length of brick inches
H = height of brick inches

For double wall must add in for mortar in space

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Brick Size
Type

## No. per Square Foot

Standard

4 x 2 2?3 x 8

3 5/8 x 2 1/4 x 8

6.3

Modular

4 x 2 2/3 x 8

## 3 5/8 x 2 1/4 x 7 5/8

6.9

King

3 3/8 x 3 x 10

3 x 2 5/8 x 9 5/8

4.8

Queen

2 3/4 x 3 x 10

4.6

Engineer

4 x 3 1/5 x 8

5.7

Economy

4x4x8

4.5

Utility

4 x 4 x 12

## 3 5/8 x 3 5/8 x 11 1/2

3.1

Jumbo

4x3x8

3 5/8 x 2 3/4 x 8

5.5

Norman

4 x 2 2/3 x 12

4.6

Jumbo Norman

4 x 3 x 12

Norwegian

3 1/2 x 3 x 12

3.9

## Common Bricks ( 3 holes )

Dimensions:

215 x 96 x 70 mm

Compressive Strength:

> 25mN/m

Water Absorption:

< 13.7%

Per Pallet:
500 pieces
Common Bricks ( full )
Dimensions:

215 x 96 x 70 mm

Compressive strength:

> 25mN/m

Water absorption:

< 13.5%

Thermal Conductivity:

1.04W/m K

Per Pallet:
500 pieces

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## Common bricks - 2 1/4 x8 x 3 3/4 inches:

Joint Thickness
(inches)

Mortar Required(ft3)
per 1000 bricks

per ft3brick

1/4

0.2

3/8

14

0.3

1/2

20

0.4

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Types of Mortar

Cement : Sand
Masonry
Cement : Lime : Sand
1:3
Cement : Sand

Plasticizer

N/mm2
7 days
8 days

1 : 1/4 : 3

11.0
16.0

1 : 1/2 : 4

1:3

1:4

5.5
8.0

1 : 1 : 5~6

1 : 4

1 : 5~6

2.5
4.0

1 : 2 : 8~9

1:6

1 : 7~8

1.0
1.5

1 : 3 : 10~13

1:7

1:8

## Note 1: "Lime" refers to non-hydraulic or semi-hydraulic lime

Note 2: Mixes are measured by ratio in volume

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Mortar Joints

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Labor Cost

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Example

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Plastering

## Name : Johnson Mwanri

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What is Plastering?

## Plaster is a building material used for coating walls and

ceilings. Plaster is manufactured as a dry powder and is mixed
with water to form a paste when used. The reaction with water
liberates heat through crystallization and the hydrated plaster
then hardens. Plaster can be relatively easily worked with
metal tools or even sandpaper. These characteristics make
plaster suitable for a finishing, rather than a load-bearing
material.

## The term plaster can refer to gypsum plaster (also known as

plaster of Paris), lime plaster, or cement plaster.

Plastering

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## How to Estimate the Unit Rate of

Plastering
Preparing Unit rate for Plastering will require:
Cost of various material which will be used during Plastering
e.g. Portland Cement, Sand, Addictive's and Form works
(Scaffolding).
Cost of Transportation of Material
Costing of Labours which include Skilled (Tradesman's) and
non Skilled
Plant Cost e.g. Concrete Mixer

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## Summary of Labour Estimation:

Hourly Unit

Total Hour of Tradesman = Total Area of Plastering (m2) x hours rate (e.g 0.2)
Total Cost of Tradesman (Skilled Labour) = Total Hour of Tradesman x Rate per Hour
Add 15% to the Total Cost as Profit

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## Summary of Labour Estimation:

Days Unit
For 1m3, it will take 0.27days for the Tradesman to finish it

## Total Day of Tradesman = Total Volume of Plastering (m3) x 0.27

Total Cost of Tradesman (Skilled Labour) = Total Days of Tradesman x Rate per Day
Add 15% to the Total Cost as Profit

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## Summary of Labour Estimation:

Days Unit
For 1m3, it will take 0.26days for the Unskilled Labour for carrying
of
cement, sand and water.

## Total Days of Unskilled Labours = Total Volume of Plastering (m3) x 0.26

Total Cost of Unskilled Labours = Total Days of Unskilled Labours x Rate per Day
Add 15% to the Total Cost as Profit

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## Material Estimate Summary:

With reference to the Drawing, the amount of Portland cement and Sand can
be calculated with reference to it thickness needed.

## Since there is a lot of in accuracy in estimating of volume of plastering, we consider

factors such as
Wastage
Non uniform of thickness
So we add Add 40% to the Total material Cost to cover these factors

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## For 1m3, it will take 0.27days for the mechanical mixture to

produce.
Total Days of Mechanical Concrete Mixture = Total m3 of concrete x 0.27

## Cost of Mechanical Concrete Machine = Total Days of Mechanical Concrete Mixture x

Rate
Add 15% to the Total Cost as Profit

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## Mostly it transported by Hoist Trucks they paid in Daily rates

Total Trip of Truck = Total Weight of Material (kg or tonnes )/ The maximum weight the Truck
can carry (kg or tonnes)
Total Days = Total trip of Trucks x total hours for trip(e.g 0.2 days)
Cost of Trucks = Total Days x Rate of truck

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Summary :

## Mostly Scaffolding are used for formwork of

Plastering and they paid in Daily rates
Cost of Scaffolding = Total Days x Rate of Scaffolding per Day

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## Unit Rates of Plastering =

Total Cost of Material + Total Cost of Plant + Total Cost of Labours + Total Cost of Transportation
and Formworks / The Total Area of Plastering

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