Question Paper: Quantity survey, Estimation and valuation Question Paper - Dec 17 - Civil Engineering (Semester 7) - Mumbai University (MU)

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## Quantity survey, Estimation and valuation - Dec 17

### Civil Engineering (Semester 7)

Total marks: 80

Total time: 4 Hours

INSTRUCTIONS

(1) Question No. 1 is compulsory.

(2) Attempt any three from remaining five questions.

(3) Assume suitable data if required.

(4) Figures in brackets on the right hand side indicate full marks.

**Q1)**Work out the following quantities from given plan & section. (Fig.01)

- a) RCC(M20) upto Plinth Level.
- b) Internal plaster in c:m 1:5, 15 mm th.
- c) Brick work in c:m 1:6
- d) Flooring and skirting

**2(a)**Work out the plinth area of building shown in fig 01. Prepare an approximate estimate of the same assuming cost of construction of super structure as Rs.8000 /sqm.

**2(b)**What is pre bid meeting? Explain in brief from owner's and contractor's point of view.

**2(c)**Draft a typical tender notice for construction of Hostel building in a city area. The work is estimated to cost Rs. 10 crores, to be completed in 18 months.

**3(a)**Explain how various factors affect rate of an item. Perform rate analysis for 15 mm thick Plastering work in cement mortar 1:4

**3(b)**Define specification. Draft the detailed specification for First class work in cement mortar 1:5

**4(a)**Define and explain the purpose of BBS. Work out the quantity of materials (sand, cement, aggregate and steel) in PB5 of Fig 01. Top steel 2-12#, Bottom steel 2-12# Extra at Bottom of length 0.7L 2-16#, stirrups 8# @ 200 c/c.

**4(b)**The owner of a building gets a net annual rent of Rs. 35000. The future life of the building is estimated 12 years, But if recommended repairs are carried out immediately at an estimated cost of Rs. 3,00,000. it is expected to last for at least 30 years.

Assuming the rate of interest as 8% and rate of interest on sinking fund 6%, determine whether it is economical to carry out the recommended repairs to the building or leave it as it is.

**5(a)**Prepare a detailed estimate for earthwork for a portion of a road from the following data, Formation width of road is 10m, side slopes 2:1 in banking and 1.5:1 in cutting. Take the rates of earthwork as Rs. 125 per cum in banking and Rs. 130 per cum in cutting.

Dist in m | 0 | 100 | 200 | 300 | 400 | 500 | 600 | 700 | 800 | 900 | 1000 | 1100 | 1200 |
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GL | 114.5 | 114.75 | 115.25 | 115.2 | 116.1 | 116.85 | 118.00 | 118.25 | 118.1 | 117.8 | 117.75 | 117.90 | 119.50 |

FL | 115 | Upward gradient 1 in 200 | Upward gradient 1 in 200 | Upward gradient 1 in 200 | Upward gradient 1 in 200 | Upward gradient 1 in 200 | Upward gradient 1 in 200 | dewaward gradient 1 in 400 | dewaward gradient 1 in 400 | dewaward gradient 1 in 400 | dewaward gradient 1 in 400 | dewaward gradient 1 in 400 | dewaward gradient 1 in 400 |

**5(b)**List out types of contract and explain any one with its advantages and disadvantages and suitability.

**Q6)**Write short notes on (any four)

a) Mass haul diagram 1626

b) Rules for deduction in Plaster work 1640

c) Arbitration 1652

d) EMD and SD 1646

e) Price variation clause 1650

f) CBRI equations 1611