Quantity survey, Estimation and valuation - May 18
Civil Engineering (Semester 7)
Total marks: 80
Total time: 4 Hours
(1) Question No. 1 is compulsory.
(2) Attempt any three from remaining five questions.
(3) Figures in brackets on the right hand side indicate full marks.
(4) Neat illustrations and legible handwriting will be appreciated.
(5) Answer should be brief and to the point.
(6) Assume suitable data if required and specify the same clearly.
- a) UCR masonry in cement mortar 1:2 in foundation up to plinth.
- b) First class brick masonry in cement mortar 1:3 in superstructure ( including plinth steps )
- c) External plastering 25 mm thick in two coats in C.M (1:4) adding water proofing compound. (Including plinth steps)
- d) Prepare an abstract of cost for the items of works specified above.
The road is uniform down gradient from point 'A' with formation level of 118.90, to a point 'B' with formation level of 118.10. Distance between two points is 320 meters. The formation width in cutting is 5.5 meters and in banking is 6.0 meters. Side slope in cutting is 1.5:1 and in banking is 2:1. Estimate the cost of earthwork by considering existing District Schedule Rates.
i) Price Escalation and Price variation. 1650
ii) BOT and BOOT contract
iii) Rules for deduction in plastering as per IS 1200 1640
iv) Work Charged Establishments and Contingencies. 1615
- i) Termination of contract
- ii) Retention Money.
- iii) Defect liability period.
- iv) Extension of contract period 1654
- i ) Net return on land and building= 10%
- ii) Life of building = 50 years.
- iii) Interest rate on Sinking Fund = 6%
- iv) Salvage Value = 10% of cost of building
- v) Repairs and Maintenance = 3% of building cost.
- vi) Taxes and other expenses = 20 % of Gross rent.
- i) Advances to contractor
ii) Settlement of disputes 1652
iii) Economic haul distance
- iv) Easement Rights