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PROJECT: RESIDENCE

CLIENT: Mrs.Vinothini Gandhi and Mr.Thirumaran


DATE: 18.06.17

Areas :
Ground floor 1839
First floor 1531
Second floor 851
Terrace 269

Total area 4490

ABSTRACT ESTIMATE

S.NO. DESCRIPTION QUANTITY UNIT RATE

Marking L.S

1 Excavation 6 feet Depth 3500 CFT 14

2 Sand filling using M.sand 300 CFT 75

3 P.c.c for footings 300 CFT 140

4 R.c.c Columns with footing with 1:2:4 concrete 1100 CFT 175

5 Plinth beam - 18" thk R.c.c 1:2:4

Plinth beam track -P.C.C 292 SFT 60

Beam 328.5 CFT 175

Plinth wall using table moulded bricks of 9" thickness, 2.5 Feet
6 730 SFT 130
height

7 Internal Back filling 4 feet for plinth and for the columns 8750 CFT 15

8 R.c.c Beams 367 CFT 160

9 R.c.c Slab
R.c.c slab with 1:2:4 concrete 1692 CFT 165

10 Structural steel 11323 KG 45

11 Shuttering and barbending


a) Slab 3384 SFT 45
b) beam 352 RFT 90
6 P.C.C.1:4:8 as a base for flooring 1730 SFT 45

7 Super structure
a) Ground floor
Exposed Brick wall 9" - using wirecut bricks 942 SFT 325
Regular Brick wall 9" 978 SFT 125
Regular Brick wall 4.5" 40 SFT 100
Pointing wirecut bricks 1884 SFT 30
Acid wash for bricks 1884 SFT 8

b) First Floor
Exposed Brick wall 9" - using wirecut bricks 878 SFT 325

Regular Brick wall 9" 1497 SFT 125


Regular Brick wall 4.5" 287 SFT 100
Pointing wirecut bricks 1756 SFT 30
Acid wash for bricks 1756 SFT 8

c) Second Floor
Exposed Brick wall 9" - using wirecut bricks 854 SFT 325
Regular Brick wall 9" 527 SFT 125
Regular Brick wall 4.5" 40 SFT 100
Parapet wall in Exposed wire cut bricks. 276 SFT 325
Pointing wirecut bricks(wall) 1708 SFT 30
Acid wash for bricks(wall) 1708 SFT 8
Pointing wirecut bricks(parapet wall) 552 SFT 30
Acid wash for bricks(parapet wall) 552 SFT 8
Granite stone coping 92 RFT 300

c) Terrace Floor
Exposed Brick wall 9" - using wirecut bricks SFT 325

Parapet wall in Exposed wire cut bricks. SFT 325


Parapet wall in Regular bricks 162 SFT 125
Pointing wirecut bricks SFT 30
Acid wash for bricks SFT 8
Granite stone coping 54 RFT 300

8 Full lintel tie beam


a) Ground Floor
Full lintel tie beam 9"x6" 289 RFT 250
b) First Floor
Full lintel tie beam 9"x6" 287 RFT 250
c) Second Floor
Lintel tie beam 9"x6" 157 RFT 250

10 Sunshades
RCC sunshade 312 SFT 240
Mangalore tile 54 450

12 Fabrication

a) Double tiled roof with ceiling tiles at the bottom and mangalore
1297 SFT 400
tiles on top with steel rafters and purlins.

b) Courtyard Grill 69 SFT 360

13 Plastering (Internal)
a) Ground Floor
Walls 1445 SFT 28
Slabs 1221 SFT 28

b) First Floor
Walls 2766 SFT 28
Slabs 1420 SFT 28

c) Second Floor
Walls 567 SFT 28

Plastering (External)
a) Ground Floor
Walls 653 SFT 28
Sunshades 282 SFT 28

b) First Floor
Walls 300 SFT 28
Sunshades 285 SFT 28

c) Second Floor
Walls 567 SFT 28
Sunshades 200 SFT 28

15 Doors

a) Using 2nd teak wooden door frames with Block board shutters with
147 SFT 850
necessary lock and Powder coated fittings,with 2 coats of paint.

Toilet and outside doors

b) Using 2nd teak wooden frames with Block board shutters with
168 SFT 850
necessary locks and powder coated fittings, with 2 coats of paint

c) Main door using any old carved doors L.s

d) Grill gates 109 SFT 350


e) French door 70 SFT 1400

15 Windows and ventilators

Using old teak wood windows, finished with 2 coats of polish, 4mm
540 SFT 1250
glass panes and MS grills using 12mm brite rods at 5" spacing.

16 Flooring
a) Bedrooms
Providing and fixing Athangudi/Teracotta tiles laid on 20 to 25 mm
thick CM 1:5 base jointed with neat cement slurry with pigment to 1062 SFT 130
match colour of the tiles, with 2 coats of wax polish
Athangudi/Teracotta tile skirting 4" high. The skirting to be flush to
the plastering and including grooves in plastering and touch up 276 RFT 130
plastering, with 2 coats of wax polish

b) Living,dining,kitchen
Using,2' x 2' rustic vitrified tiles
Flooring 1540 SFT 165
Skirting 390 SFT 165

c) Toilets
a) Walls using slates upto 7' ht 721 SFT 120

b) Flooring using tiles not to exceed Rs. 65 per Sq. ft. 201 SFT 120

d) Kitchen counter and tiling

Granite counter 70 SFT 300


Wall tiling upto 2 feet except stove area using designer tiles 51 SFT 250

f) Utility flooring using ceramic tiles over p.c.c 83 SFT 165

g) Car park cementing over p.c.c base 320 SFT 75

Painting using premium acrylic emulsion for the interiors and


17 LUMPSUM
using Ace of asian paints for exteriors.

Staircase with green kota for tread and plain yellow athangudi
18 LUMPSUM
for risers with M.s railings + Wooden hand rail

19 Plumbing including overhead water tank. LUMPSUM


Sump tank of capacity 12000 litres LUMPSUM
sceptic tank of capacity 10000 litres and leech pits LUMPSUM

Electrification using G.M. modular switches and kundan cables


20 LUMPSUM
for wiring.

Weather proofing for terraces with two coats of fosroc


21 chemicals and laying of 9" x 9" teracotta tiles with necessary 742 SFT 140
slopes.

Skirting with weather proof tiles 184 RFT 140

22 Gate with wooden slats finished with oil 109 SFT 450

23 Site Cleaning - removal of debris LUMPSUM

24 Compound Wall

Random rubble wall for courtyard and the front wall only

Foundation for compound wall

a) Excavation 5 feet Depth 438 CFT 10

b) Foundation
Using Random rubble masonary with quary dust packing 219 CFT 60

c) Plinth wall 2'6" high 315 CFT 125

Using Random rubble masonary with cement mortar

d) Plinth Beam 35 RFT 350

Plinth beam 9" thick , R.C.C 1:2:4

e) Random rubble wall 252 SFT 350

Total

Design fee - 3%

supervision fees 20%

service tax on supervision fees - 14%

Grand Total

Notes and Terms:

1 The contract is a ‘cost plus’ contract. Supervision fees will be charged as a percentage of all costs including the cost of materials
and labour. The cost of fittings for electrical accessories bore well, cost of obtaining service connections for water service

2 Records of materials purchased, labour employed, payments made for the same will be maintained in their respective registers on
site available for inspection at any time. Original bills and vouchers will be filed and maintained with our accounts department

3 Periodic statements of expenditure along with their supporting documents will be furnished to you by our accounts department,
which will form the basis for squaring the accounts.
4 The client must provide regular supply of water and electricity during the period of construction.
5 Watchman wages to be paid by the client.

Current rates prevailing at Chennai have been assumed.

The above estimate does not include:


1)      Toilet Fittings and Electrical Fittings
2)      Overall Site Landscaping
3) Service connection for water and electricty
4) Any wood work for Lofts or wadrobes etc..
5) Workers shed,borewell.
6) compound wall Except the front
AMOUNT

5000

49000

22500

42000

192500

17520

57487.5

94900

131250

58720 5555.556
157.3366

279180

509535

152280
31680
77850

306150
122250
4000
56520
15072

285350

187125
28700
52680
14048

277550
65875
4000
89700
51240
13664
16560
4416
27600

0
20250
0
0
16200

72250

71750

39250
74880
24300

518800

24840

40460
34188

77448
39760

15876

18284
7896

8400
7980

15876
5600

124950

142800

125000

38150
98000

675000

138060
35880

254100
64350

86520

24120

21000
12750

13695

24000

300000

250000

200000
150000
125000

600000

103880

25760

49050

25000

4375
13125

39375

12250

88200

8337581

250127

1667516

233452

10488676

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