Question Paper: Quantity survey, Estimation and valuation Question Paper - Dec 16 - Civil Engineering (Semester 7) - Mumbai University (MU)
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## Quantity survey, Estimation and valuation - Dec 16

### 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) Write short notes on any four:

• b) CBRI equations 1611

• c) Mass Haul Diagram and its importance 1626

• d) Freehold and Lease hold property

• e) Cross drainage works

(20 marks)

Q2) Determine an approximate cost of a residential building (R.C.C. framed structure) located in Vashi, Navi Mumbai

• i) Earthwork excavation in foundation. (4 Marks)
• ii) Plain cement concrete (1:4:8) in foundation. (4 Marks)
• iii) Brick masonry in C.M. 1:6 for sub-structure. (4 Marks)
• iv) R.C.C work in footings, columns, plinth beam, chajjas, roof beams and roof slab. (8 Marks)

(20 marks) 1616

3(a) Carry out the rate analysis for

• i) M 20 grade R.C.C concrete with 2% steel including formwork and reinforcement.
• ii) Internal plastering in C.M. 1:5.

(10 marks) 1641

3(b) Draft a tender call notice for the construction of a Water treatment plant in Mumbai. It is estimated to cost 30 crores and is to be completed in 20 calendar months.
(10 marks) 1656

4(a) Prepare an estimate for a residential building in the western suburbs of Mumbai (R.C.C. framed structure)

• i) Plat area - 80 m*50 m
• ii) FSI - 1.5
• iii) Building is G+6
• iv) Consider the foundation cost as 18% of super structure cost
• v) Allow 22% of building cost for all services
• vi) Allow 2.5% of overall cost for consultant fees
• vii) Consider 5.0% provision for contingencies

(7 marks) 1625

4(b) Differentiate between:

• i) Security Deposit and Earnest Money Deposit 1646

• ii) Day's work and Piece work

(5 marks)

4(c) Work out the earthwork quantities in embankment and cutting for a length of 600 m.
The particulars are:

• i) Formation width= 20 m
• ii) Side slopes in embankment= 2:1(H.V.) in cutting= 1.5:1(H.V.)
• iii) There is no transverse slope
• iv) Rising gradient of 1:250 upto 250 m chain age
• v) Rising gradient of 1:100 upto 600 m chain age
Chainage 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600
R.L of Ground 172.0 172.35 172.60 173.80 173.0 172.65 172.20 171.50 171.20 170.65 170.35 170.60 170.75
R.L of Formation - 171.60 - - - 172.40 - - - - - 175.40 -

(8 marks) 1633

5(a) What is bar bending schedule? What is its importance?Prepare a bar bending schedule of the figure shown in Fig.2. The Roof Slab is 3 metres clear span and 6 metres long. (In plan, top and bent up bars are shown in dotted lines).

(10 marks) 1627