Detailed Estimate for The Proposed New Construction of Residential Building
Detailed estimating, sometimes referred to as “Prime Cost”, “Bottoms Up” or “Grass Roots” estimating requires a thorough and detailed analysis of all the tasks required to deliver a project or product. A “good” estimate maximizes the return on this investment by obtaining the highest value at the lowest cost.The estimate can be developed using a combination of estimating methods.An estimate is a calculation of the quantities of various items of work, and the expenses likely to be incurred there on. The total of these probable expenses to be incurred on the work is known as estimated cost of the work.
Description of Work
Earth work excavation
Sand filling for foundation/basement
P.C.C 1:5:10 mix for foundation , 40mm metal
R.C.C 1:2:4 for Beam, sunshade, loft, roof, using tor steel rods
DUMMY CONCRETE 1:3:6
Centering & Scaffolding Work using tor steel rods & mild steel
Brick work in c.m. 1:5 in foundation with chamber bricks
Brick work in c.m. 1:5 with chamber bricks for superstructure
Plastering for all walls C.M 1:5 mix, 12mm thick thorouly inner & outer
Plastering for ceiling in C.M 1:3 mix 10mm thick
Weathering course concrete
Weathering course tiles
White wash for Inner & Outer
colour wash for Inner & Outer
Doors & Windows
Septic tank work
Bore work arrangements
Cupboard work arrangements
Elevation item of work
Miscellaneous items of work
In case the funds avilable are less than the estimated cost the work is done in part or by reducing it or specifications are altered, the following require-ment are necessary for preparing an estimate.
a ) Drawings like plan, elevation and sections of important points.
b) Detailed specifications about workmenship & properties of materials etc.
c) Standard schedule of rates of the current year.
Note: cost of materials and labor charges varied just for sample, reference