MU Civil Engineering (Semester 7)
Quantity Survey, Estimation and Valuation
December 2016
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(1) Assume appropriate data and state your reasons
(2) Marks are given to the right of every question
(3) Draw neat diagrams wherever necessary

Write short note on any four Q1 (a,b,c,d,e)
1(a) Administrative approval
5 M
1(b) CBRI equation
5 M
1(c) Mass Haul Diagram and its improtance
5 M
1(d) Freehold and Lease hold property
5 M
1(e) Cross drainge works
5 M

2(i) Determine an Detailed estimate of a residential building ( R.C.C. framed structure) located in Vashi, Navi Mumbai.
i) Earthwork excavation in foundation
4 M
2(ii) Plain cement concrete (1:4:8) in foundation
4 M
2(iii) Brick masonry in C.M. 1:6 for sub-structure.
4 M
2(iv) R.C.C work in footings,
plinth beam,
roof beams and roof slab
8 M

3(a) Carry out the rate analysis for
i) M 20 grade R.C.C concrete wit 2% steel including fromwork and reinforcement.
ii) Internal plastering in C.M. 1:5.
10 M
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 calender months.
10 M

4(a) Prepare an estimate for residential building in the western suburbs of Mumbai (R.C.C. framed structure)
i) plat area -80m×50m
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 of all services
vi) Allow 2.5% of overall cost for consultant fees
vii) Consider 5.0% provision for contingencies
7 M
4(b) Differentiate between:
i) Security Deposit and Earnest Money Deposit
ii) Day's work and Piece work
5 M
4(c) Work out the earthwork quantities in embankment and cutting for a length of 600 m. The particulars are:
i) Formation width =20m
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 50 100 150 200 250 300 400 450 500 550 600
R.L.of Ground 172.0 172.35 172.60 173.80 173.0 172.65 172.20 171.20 170.65 170.35 170.60 170.75
R.L.of Formation - 171.60 - - - 172.40 - - - - 175.40 -
8 M

5(a) What is bar bending schedule? What is its importance? Prepare a bar bending schedule of the figure shown in 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 M
5(b) What is pre-bid conference? Explain pre-qualification of contractor and why is it required.
5 M
5(c) Work out the quantities of material required for M25 grade concrete in slabs and beams, 200 In quantity with 1.75% steel and 0.45 water to cement ration (by weight). Also give the unit rates Also give the unit rates of the materials.
5 M

6(a) Explain Belting Method of valuation of property with an example.
5 M
6(b) A newly constructed building costs Rs. 68 lakhs on a polt of valuation of Rs.85 lakhs. In this plot, flats of 120m2 each are constructed. Fix the monthly rent per flat from the following data:
i) Net return on land and building = 7.5%
ii) Life of building = 60 years
iii) Interest rate on Sinking Fund = 6%
iv) Salvage Value = 10% of the cost of the building
v) Repairs and Maintenance = 2.5% of the building cost
vi) Taxes and Other Expenses = 20% of the gross rent
No of flats = 10
10 M
6(c) What is meant by depreciation? Explain Sinking Fund Method of Depreciation. !mage
5 M

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