- 1 Cost of Construction in Bangalore for Building a House
- 2 Cost of Construction for 20×30 30×40 40×60 50×80 G+1 G+2 G+3 Floors in Bangalore
- 3 The Current cost of Construction in bangalore depends on
- 4 Architects Role in Construction cost
- 5 The cost of construction in bangalore basically depends on some factors like.
- 6 Sample : Cost of construction with an example
- 7 Present market rate for constructing house in Bangalore
- 8 Ascertaining construction cost prior to the execution of the work
- 9 Cost cutting factors to be considered
- 10 Building elevation impact on construction cost
Cost of Construction in Bangalore for Building a House
Basic Finishes for a Construction at Bangalore
Basic Finishes for a Construction at Bangalore
- Teak wood Main Door.
- Pujja teak Frame / Door.
- Vitrified tiles of Rs 45 / sq ft.
- Sal windows.
- Flush doors.
- Water proof doors for bathrooms.
- Basic elevation cladding if necessary.
- SS / Juquar Bath fittings.
- Western commode (WC) Basic.
- Wash basin (WB) Basic.
- Kitchen Granite platform.
- Paving tiles of Rs 15 / sq ft.
- Bathroom tiles of Rs 35 / sq ft.
- Natural stone at staircase.
- Underground sump of 8000 ltrs.
- Overhead tank of 2000 ltrs.
- Parking area tiling of Rs 35 / sq ft tile.
- Compound wall can be additional
At www.Architects4Design.com as Architects in bangalore we first finalize the floor plan and elevation. So that the contract can give a specific and exact cost for the project, Bangalore Construction cost of any structure, may it be residential or commercial are dependent on some baste factors.
Cost of Construction for 20×30 30×40 40×60 50×80 G+1 G+2 G+3 Floors in Bangalore
Below is an Informative Reply to a Query asked by ” Mr Monish “ in the Discussion column below where he wanted to Know the Different Options that are possible for Building 2 Houses/2 independent floors on a single site instead of Buying an Apartment.
His Budget is planned at Rs 1.5cr including his friend. Below are the Different Options possible.
20×30 SITE or 600 SQ FT CONSTRUCTION COST for G+3 FLOORS
Site cost : Rs 1cr (Considering HSR Layout)
Building Construction cost : Rs 50 lacs (2200 sq ft)
Ground Floor parking 1st half of 2nd Will Be One Duplex House. The Second Duplex house will be Half of 2nd Floor and 3rd Floor.
In this option the Site is will be Located in very Prime location but the size of the rooms and your common shared common amenities will be nil.
Note : FAR for 20×30 Site at 1.75 as per BBMP By laws will be 600 sq ft x 1.75 = 1050 sq ft (Excluding Parking).
30×40 SITE or 1200 SQ FT CONSTRUCTION COST for G+3 FLOORS
Site Cost : Rs 75 Lacs (Considering Off Sarjapur road at Rs 6000 / sq ft )
Building Construction Cost : 75 Lacs (3800 sq ft)
Ground Floor Parking with Lift up to Terrace . First floor 2BHK House + Second Floor 2BHK House + Third Floor Common Areas like Gym, Home Theater , Open Bar, Terrace Garden etc.
This would be the Best option where the site will be in a good location on Sarjapur road and also one can enjoy good common amenities on the third floor.
Note : FAR for 30×40 Site at 1.75 as per BBMP will be 1200 sq ft x 1.75 = 2100 sq ft (Excluding Parking).
40×60 SITE or 2400 SQ FT CONSTRUCTION COST for G+2 FLOORS
Site Cost : Rs 80 Lacs (Considering Sompura Gate, Sarjapur road )
Building Construction Cost : Rs 70 lacs (4500 sq ft )
Ground Floor / Stilt Floor for Parking only with Lift. House 1 : First floor 2BHK House of 1500 sq ft. House 2: Second Floor 2bhk House of 1500 sq ft. Third Floor : Common area / Shared area can we developed whenever the Budget is available.
This is also an advisable option Since it would really not be far from your work place. The major advantage is that the Scope of Architectural designing will be better. Hence you can expect a well Designed house with good landscaping concepts.
Note : 40×60 Site FAR considering 30 ft road will be 1.75 as per BBMP Laws. 2400 sq ft x 1.75 = 4200 sq ft (excluding parking area).
50×80 SITE or 4000 SQ FT CONSTRUCTION COST for G+2 FLOORS
Site Cost : Rs 90 lacs (Considering Sites at Sarjapur Anekal Road)
Building Construction Cost : 60 lacs (3700 sq ft excluding parking)
Ground Floor 2 Car parking spaces with good landscape garden along with small play areas. House 1 : 2000 sq ft : Ground Floor 2BHK and House 2 : 2300 sq ft: Second Floor 2 Bhk with Balconies wherever required. Third Floor Shared Terrace area can be used for Rooftop garden area.
This Option is the Best if one is looking for Large garden areas with small play areas. In this option an Architect can design all the required amenities like landscaping, small paly area, Terrace garden, Open bar counter, Gym etc.. There are many more common facilities that can be provided as it all depends on the Budget available. The major disadvantage of this option is that the property will be a bit far from your work place which means additional travel time.
Note : 50×80 Site FAR considering 30 ft road will be 1.75 as per BBMP Laws. 4000 sq ft x 1.75 = (7000 sq ft excluding parking).
REVENUE SITES / GRAM PANCHAYAT Sites Construction cost for G+2 Floors
Site Costs : Rs 70 lacs (Considering Revenue sites or B Khata Sites)
Note : Generally the Cost of these sites are generally lower as they are Revenue plots/Gram Panchayat approved sites/ B Khata.
The Current cost of Construction in bangalore depends on– Availability of materials
– Skilled labor.
– Cost of materials.
– Materials used for finishes.
Architects Role in Construction cost– Architects role in cost cuttings in design.. etc.
– Architectural floor plan.
– Architectural Elevation.
– Location of site.
The cost of construction in bangalore basically depends on some factors like.-The built up area.
– The kind elevations.
– The labor and material rates.
– The type of elements Architects choose in the structure.
– The Carpet area vs Super built up area.
– The contractors, Engineers or architects Fees.
Sample : Cost of construction with an exampleIf one has a site of 40×60 in Bangalore, One can’t have a built up area of complete 2400 sq ft on the Ground floor and continue the same vertically, but one had to consider the needs to get plans designed by Architects www.Architects4Design.com to the specific bylaws of authorities like BDA, BMRDA, BBMP, PANCHAYAT etc… Which allow a FAR of 1.75(it might increase of commercial or depending on the road size) and So if One builds according to the basic FAR of 1.75 on a 40×60 plot at bangalore the achievable built-up area can be 4,200 sq ft spread on multiple floors.
Present market rate for constructing house in BangaloreThe cost of construction in Bangalore varies on the basis of material cost, area of land, requirement of the buyer and so on. In common, it costs around Rs 1300 to Rs 1400 per sq ft. Without architect involvement, building a home is possible but constructing a home is considered to be a onetime investment, proper inputs from professional architects are worth doing. As per the client’s requirement, architects make use of materials and additional amenities will be provided at an extra cost apart from the estimated price.
Ascertaining construction cost prior to the execution of the workThe finishing materials used for constructing doors, windows, roof or floor, it is must to get durable quality goods from best brand company. As architects we will provide assistance in purchasing the furniture apart from the materials used for constructing purpose. Interior decoration is given high importance in this modern world, As architects in bangalore we also offer design service considering the client’s needs and requirements of a house, right from the size and shape of house and decide the cost of construction. Prior to building site preparation is also costly these days. Hence, it is necessary to include such costs in the budget.
Cost cutting factors to be consideredBased upon the flooring, bathroom fittings, type of kitchen, the cost of construction Bangalore will differ from project to project depending on the design. So, if one, who wishes to build a house, should first understand his or her budget and informing the same to architect is must as they will offer service accordingly. After a person makes a choice of architect, he or she will provide different varieties construction plans as per the buyer’s budget, and selecting out of it is in their hands. If it is residential area to be built, then construction cost in Bangalore depends on the buyer’s choice of architectural designs and elements in the building elevations which are given priority important by most of the people in recent days.
Building elevation impact on construction costApart from factors like Residential building elevation , house plans , architect inputs contributing in calculation of cost of construction, another main factor which affects the price is location of the land and how close is to to the source of the construction materials. It is always safe to make right selection of architects who have experience for more years in this field and he or she should possess updated knowledge in architectural designs which will make sure that interiors of one’s home will have a excellent outlook. As architects at www.Architects4Design.com we not only concentrate on quality of service but also make sure that optimal utilization of materials which may reduce the construction cost in bangalore.
The current construction cost in Bangalore is Rs 1300 to Rs 1400 / sq ft for a structure may it be residential or commercial has difference in rates as there can be change in materials used and its planning.
Architect’s role in construction
Architects fix the cost of construction in Bangalore for a particular building after analyzing various factors. So, it is wise thinking to estimate regarding the cost of construction for the proposed building before starting with it by having consultation with us. We calculate the cost of construction on the basis of different kinds of plots, basis of client’s demand. The major factor which affects the construction cost is the material used for building it. Even though in recent market trend, one can find cost saving materials, it may not be quality item. If it is not right quality and if not mixed right quantity, the outcome will not be fine. This will have a serious effect on durability of the house.
The Cost of construction at bangalore also depends on the kind of elevation given by the Architect.
So if you are looking for an Architect to start up with the design process with us you can fill up the inquiry form or Contact us.
Below is a SAMPLE current Residential Construction cost with BOQ ( Bill of Quantities ) for a Residential House of G+2 Floors Estimated at Rs 66 lacs+.
|Sl no.||TYPE OF WORK||COST|
|B||P C C WORKS||123,670.00|
|C||R C C WORKS||1,143,162.00|
|E||DOORS AND WINDOWS||805,530.00|
|G||IRON & STEEL WORK||1,350,970.00|
|K||SINK & DRAIN BOARD||34,560.00|
|O||OVER HEAD WATER TANK||100,437.00|
|P||ANTI TERMITE TREATMENT||18,600.00|
|Q||UNDERGROUND SUMP TANK||120,925.00|
BELOW is the Detailed Costs for the above Works with detailed Specifications for each work along with Cost, Quantities, Rate, Unit.. etc
|A 1||Earthwork excavation in ordinary/hard|
|soil for foundation, trenches, column|
|footings, including bailing out rain and|
|subsoil water if any and removing|
|excavated material, stocking the same|
|for any period, filling back around the|
|foundation and retaining walls, column|
|footings with the approved soil spread|
|in layers of 15 cms to the required|
|gradient & profiles, levelling, watering|
|a) Depth up to 5’0″||Cum||220.00||275.00||60,500.00|
|b) Beyond 5’0″ depth||Cum||15.00||325.00||4,875.00|
|A 2||Earth cutting||Cum||23.00||210.00||4,830.00|
|A 3||Refilling the area with available earth in|
|successive 6″ layers including watering &|
|compaction with manual hand rammer to|
|avoid voids. Earth filling should be free of|
|rubbish and refuse matter and all clods|
|should be broken before filling.||Cum||47.00||175.00||8,225.00|
|A 4||Disposing earth||Cum||30.00||375.00||11,250.00|
|B||PLAIN CEMENT CONCRETE :|
|B 1||Providing and laying PCC 1:4:8 using|
|40mm graded granite aggregate in|
|foundation & below flooring as levelling|
|course including edge shuttering and|
|formwork, consolidation, ramming and|
|compacting, curing etc.-200mm thk||Cum||11.00||3,200.00||35,200.00|
|B 2||Providing and laying PCC 1:3:6 using|
|20mm & down graded granite aggregate|
|in Damp Proof Course over plinth|
|mixed with water proof compound. (Make-|
|Impermio) including formwork, compacting,curing etc,|
|Note:quantity and method of using Impermio|
|as per product literature.|
|B 3||Same as above but PCC 1:3:6 below|
|toilet flooring as levelling course, before|
|laying the finish flooring.|
|a) Base and GF floor||Cum||0.21||3,900.00||819.00|
|B 4||Same as above but PCC 1:3:6 below|
|flooring as levelling course, before|
|laying the floor tiles.|
|a) Ground floor||Cum||1.30||3,900.00||5,070.00|
|b) First floor||Cum||1.30||4,000.00||5,200.00|
|B 5||Providing & laying PCC 1:2:4 below flooring|
|using 20m & downgraded granite aggregate|
|as leveling course, including compacting curing|
|a) Ground Floor||Cum||1.00||4,250.00||4,250.00|
|b) First Floor||Cum||1.00||4,350.00||4,350.00|
|c) Second Floor||Cum||1.00||4,450.00||4,450.00|
|C||REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE :|
|(Note: Rate quoted will be excluding the|
|cost of steel reinforcement but including|
|all the cost of necessary centering,|
|scaffolding, edge shuttering etc. and|
|Form work, mechanical vibration, curing.)|
|PLY SHUTTERING to be used for columns,|
|beams and lintels, for others steel|
|shuttering can be used.|
|The contractor should use 53 grade|
|portland cement.–ACC, L&T Birla.|
|The coarse aggregates should be free of|
|dirt and rubbish, and their size should be|
|20mm downsize.The sand should be free of|
|dirt organic matter and rubbish and should|
|have hard, sharp, and angular grain and|
|should pass through 5mm square mesh.|
|C 1||Providing and casting in-situ RCC grade|
|in column footing|
|a) M 200 in footing||Cum||23.00||5,400.00||124,200.00|
|C 1||Same as above column up to stilt|
|Column from stilt to GF||Cum||3.32||6,350.00||21,082.00|
|Column from GF to FF||Cum||3.44||6,525.00||22,446.00|
|Column from FF to SF||Cum||3.44||6,700.00||23,048.00|
|Column from SF to TF||Cum||3.44||6,990.00||24,045.60|
|C 2||Same as above for column and pedestal||Cum||17.75||5,550.00||98,512.50|
|C 3||Providing and Casting in-situ RCC grade|
|M 200 in lintels|
|a) Ground floor||Cum||5.43||6,700.00||36,381.00|
|b) First floor||Cum||5.43||6,990.00||37,955.70|
|c) Second floor||Cum||5.43||7,050.00||38,281.50|
|C 4||Providing and casting in situ RCC|
|grade M 200 in flat roof slabs|
|a) Ground floor||Cum||49.00||6,000.00||294,000.00|
|b) First floor||Cum||24.50||6,150.00||150,675.00|
|c) Second floor||Cum||24.50||6,300.00||154,350.00|
|C 5||Providing and casting in situ RCC|
|grade M 200 in slope roof slabs|
|a) Ground floor||Cum|
|b) First floor||Cum|
|c) Second floor||Cum|
|C 7||Providing & casting in-situ RCC grade M 200|
|in waist slab staircase, steps, side shuttering,|
|formwork, mechanical vibration, curing etc.|
|a) Basement to Ground floor||Cum||1.25||7,050.00||8,812.50|
|b) Ground to First floor.||Cum||1.25||7,250.00||9,062.50|
|c) First Floor to Second floor||Cum||1.25||7,450.00||9,312.50|
|d) Second floor to Third floor||Cum||1.25||7,650.00||9,562.50|
|C 9||Providing and fixing in position RCC chajja|
|& fascia with necessary scaffolding|
|centering, curing and finishing the top|
|surface with water proofing compound|
|b) Ground to First floor.||Cum||0.95||8,900.00||8,455.00|
|c) First Floor to Second floor||Cum||0.95||9,100.00||8,645.00|
|d) Second floor to Third floor||Cum||0.95||9,300.00||8,835.00|
|D 1||Providing & laying size stone masonry in foundation|
|and plinth up to finished floor level in CM 1:8|
|in course not less 20 to 23 cm high, using|
|through bond stones in every course spaced at 2m|
|intervals including raking out the joints curing etc.||Cum||70.00||3,350.00||234,500.00|
|D 1||Providing and laying first class table|
|molded brick in CM 1:6 to 225mm thick|
|walls & above, including raking out the|
|joints, scaffolding, curing etc.|
|b) Ground floor||Cum||QR||4,875.00|
|c) First floor||Cum||QR||5,300.00|
|d) Second floor||Cum||QR||5,475.00|
|e) Third floor||Cum||QR||5,650.00|
|D 5||Using 6″ solid cement blocks||Cum||125.00||4,650.00||581,250.00|
|E||DOORS AND WINDOWS :|
|E 1||Teak wood main door||Sq mt||2.50||15,000.00||37,500.00|
|SS magnetic door closer||No’s||3.00||200.00||600.00|
|Mortise lock with handle||No’s||18.00||1,000.00||18,000.00|
|E 2||Flush door||Sqm||48.00||6,400.00||307,200.00|
|Sal wood frame with kutty shutter|
|4 nos of SS hinges-100mm||No’s||88.00||65.00||5,720.00|
|2 nos buff finishedTower bolts-150mm||No’s||44.00||90.00||3,960.00|
|SS buff finished night latch||No’s||22.00||1,000.00||22,000.00|
|SS magnetic door closer||No’s||22.00||200.00||4,400.00|
|SS buff finished aldrop||No’s||22.00||250.00||5,500.00|
|E 3||Toilet door||Sqm||16.50||5,500.00||90,750.00|
|E 4||Hard wood windows||Sqm||50.00||6,000.00||300,000.00|
|G 1||Providing and laying 50 mm thick cement|
|concrete flooring with PCC 1:1½:3 using 12mm|
|down graded granite aggregate laid in alternate|
|bays of approximate 1 x 1 m or as directed, top|
|finished with a floating coat of neat cement|
|trowelled smooth including compacting curing etc||Sqm||155.00||400.00||62,000.00|
|G 2||Providing and laying Vitrified Tile flooring on 20 – 25|
|mm thick 1:5 CM bed in level and in line. Joints are|
|to be finished neatly with slurry and mixed with|
|pigment to match the colour /shade of the tile.|
|(Basic rate of Vitrified Tile: 55/-sft)||Sqm||130.00||1,200.00||156,000.00|
|Same for skirting||Rmt||225.00||125.00||28,125.00|
|G 4||Providing & fixing Granite flooring laid on 20-25mm|
|thick CM 1:5 base jointed with neat cement slurry|
|with pigment to match colour of the tiles.B.R -120/sft||Sqm||120.00||2,500.00||300,000.00|
|9a||same as but skirting||Rmt||65.00||265.00||17,225.00|
|H||IRON AND STEEL WORKS :|
|H 1||Supplying & providing steel reinforcement bars|
|for all RCC works including cutting, bending,|
|hoisting and placing in position fabricating /|
|binding & tying at all levels as per detailed|
|drawings including the cost of 18 gauge binding|
|wire to tie the rods & necessary precast|
|concrete cover blocks to ensure specific cover|
|for concrete all complete. (Rate quoted should|
|include for wastages). Basic rate – 55 /Kg||M.T||17.00||65,000.00||1,105,000.00|
|H 2||Providing and fixing in position purpose made|
|MS grills to windows/ventilators using standard|
|sections, flats/bars etc., outer frame with 20mm|
|flat & infill with 10mm bars welded horizontally|
|or at 45* spaced at 100mm c/c all as per design|
|and details shown in the drawing including|
|painting with necessary primer-zinc chromite|
|putty & finish with 2 or more coats of synthetic|
|enamel paint.(refer door window drawing)||Sqm||50.00||1,850.00||92,500.00|
|H 2||Same as in item 2 above but with|
|a) 20mm at 15cm c/c||Sqm||9.00||1,880.00||16,920.00|
|b)16mm at 15mm c/c||Sqm||25.00||2,160.00||54,000.00|
|c)12mm at 15cm c/c||Sqm||13.00||1,850.00||24,050.00|
|H 3||Weld mesh||Sqm||30.00||1,950.00||58,500.00|
|(Note: Rate quoted should include for necessary|
|hacking the RCC surface, scaffolding curing, fixing|
|necessary chicken wire mesh at junction of brick &|
|RCC works) Make of Cement – Blended ACC/Birla|
|I 1||Providing and plastering 6 to 12 mm thick cement|
|plaster in CM 1:4 to ceiling of slabs, soffits and|
|sides of beams (which are not above walls)|
|finished smooth with neeru (lime rendering).|
|a) Basement floor||Sqm||170.00||320.00||54,400.00|
|b) Ground floor||Sqm||170.00||325.00||55,250.00|
|c) First floor||Sqm||170.00||330.00||56,100.00|
|d) Second floor||Sqm||170.00||340.00||57,800.00|
|I 2||Providing and plastering 10 to 16 mm thick cement|
|plaster in CM 1:6 to internal wall finished smooth|
|b) Ground floor||Sqm||233.00||320.00||74,560.00|
|c) First floor||Sqm||233.00||325.00||75,725.00|
|d) Second floor||Sqm||233.00||330.00||76,890.00|
|I 3||Providing and plastering 12 to 20 mm thick sand|
|faced cement plaster (sponge finish) in CM 1:6 to|
|external brick / RCC surface, providing and|
|making grooves, drip moulding etc wherever|
|necessary as directed. ( all floors)|
|b) Ground floor||Sqm||150.00||340.00||51,000.00|
|c) First floor||Sqm||150.00||345.00||51,750.00|
|d) Second floor||Sqm||150.00||350.00||52,500.00|
|I 4||Same as above item 3 but rough plaster|
|below glazed tiles in kitchen and bathrooms|
|a) Basement floor|
|b) Ground floor||Sqm||500.00||0.00|
|c) First floor||Sqm||515.00||0.00|
|d) Second floor||Sqm||530.00||0.00|
|e) Third floor||Sqm||545.00||0.00|
|J||WATER PROOFING :|
|J 1||Providing and plastering 18 mm thick water proof|
|cement plaster in two coats under layer:12 mm thick|
|cement plaster 1:4 finished with 6 mm thick CM 1:3|
|to inside walls and bottom, sides of sunken slabs,|
|slabs, balcony projections, terrace etc.,finished|
|neatly using water proofing compound mixed with|
|cement (as per the manufacturers specifications)|
|including necessary curing.Rate quoted|
|will include for providing necessary slope.|
|Make – high guard c/o ROFFE chemicals|
|use as per product literature.|
|b) Ground floor||Sqm||21.00||390.00||8,190.00|
|c) First floor||Sqm||21.00||400.00||8,400.00|
|d) Second floor||Sqm||21.00||410.00||8,610.00|
|J 3||Supplying and filling in with Cinder with|
|necessary compaction in sunken areas|
|b) Ground floor||Cum||1.30||2,500.00||3,250.00|
|c) First floor||Cum||1.30||2,600.00||3,380.00|
|d) Second floor||Cum||1.30||2,700.00||3,510.00|
|J 5||Terrace water proof- brick bat coba||Sqm||125.00||675.00||84,375.00|
|K||PAINTING AND POLISHING:|
|K 1||Same as above but Oil bound distemper|
|K 2||Providing and painting with Plastic|
|Emulsion of approved make and shade|
|thoroughly sand papering the surface,|
|removing loose burrs, dust, dirt. Applying|
|a coat of cement primer and two coats of|
|enamel putty, then one more coat of primer|
|and finally 2 coats of paint including|
|scaffolding, curing etc.||Sqm||680.00||155.00||105,400.00|
|Make – ASIAN, BERGER.|
|K 3||Providing & painting with Sandex mat of approved|
|make & shade, thoroughly cleaning/preparing|
|the surface, removing loose burrs, dust, dirt and|
|repairing of dents, cracks, holes washing and|
|wetting the surfaces, applying a coat of primer,|
|followed by two or more coats of paint|
|including scaffolding, curing etc.|
|K 4||Synthetic enamel paint|
|K 5||Supplying and polishing door shutters, door|
|and window frames with polish as per|
|manufacturers specifications including|
|basic coat of putty and primer.|
|a) hand polishing (French)||Sqm||45.00||500.00||22,500.00|
|L||SINK & DRAIN BOARDS/COUNTERS:|
|L 2||Providing & fixing Machine cut/ Machine|
|polished granite slab for kitchen|
|L||CLADDING / COPING|
|As per work required on Site.|
|As per work on Site|
|N||STAIRCASE / BALCONY RAILING:|
|N 1||Supplying, providing & fixing in position staircase|
|railing approximately 80 to 90 mm high with 16mm|
|MS square bars fixed vertically to every step with|
|with 50 mm x 6mm MSmm flat welded to the|
|square bars as shown in the drawing including|
|supplying and fixing 100 x 50 mm teak wood|
|hand rail brought to shape and screwed to 25x6mm|
|flat runner welded on top of square bars as per|
|design, including painting the MS section|
|and polishing the wooden sections||Sqm||25.00||3,400.00||85,000.00|
|N 2||Supplying, providing & fixing with 16mm sq rod and 50mm box sec|
|N 3||Teak wood railing|
|O||Extra /Miscellaneous works:|
|O 1||75mm thk flagging concrete||Sqm||23.00||375.00||8,625.00|
|O 2||PCC 1:3:6 with bitumen||Sqm||25.00||800.00||20,000.00|
|O 3||RCC drain covers||Sqm||12.00||1,500.00||18,000.00|
|O 4||Granite slab for drain||Sqm||20.00||980.00||19,600.00|
|O 7||Sand filling||Cum||10.00||1,900.00||19,000.00|
|P 1||Providing antitermite treatment to ground|
|floor & foundations by pest control|
|agencies.-as per P.C.I control norms.|
|A||at plinth fitting||Sqm||23.00||75.00||1,725.00|
|B||at wall floor junction||Sqm||150.00||75.00||11,250.00|
|Q||OVER HEAD WATER TANK:|
|Q 1||RCC water tank-Beams||Cum||1.25||9,200.00||11,500.00|
|Q 2||RCC water tank-top slab||Cum||2.25||9,000.00||20,250.00|
|Q 3||225 brick masonry||Cum||4.75||5,250.00||24,937.50|
|Q 4||122mm thk Rcc wall||Cum||2.65||9,500.00||25,175.00|
|Q 5||Water proof plaster||Sqm||20.00||400.00||8,000.00|
|Q 6||Ext plastering||Sqm||22.00||350.00||7,700.00|
|Q 7||Cement paint||Sqm||23.00||125.00||2,875.00|
|Q 8||Additional Work|
|R||UNDERGROUND SUMP TANK:|
|R 1||Earth work||Cum||37.50||300.00||11,250.00|
|R 2||PCC 1: 4:8||Cum||2.25||3,200.00||7,200.00|
|R 3||225 mm Brick masonry||Cum||9.00||4,600.00||41,400.00|
|R 4||RCC roof slab||Cum||2.25||6,000.00||13,500.00|
|R 5||Steel (basic price-52000/Ton||MT||0.05||65,000.00||2,925.00|
|R 6||IPS flooring||Sqm||15.00||490.00||7,350.00|
|R 7||Water proof plaster||Sqm||38.00||450.00||17,100.00|
|R 8||Water proof -Top slab||Sqm||15.00||400.00||6,000.00|
|R 9||Rough plaster||Sqm||40.00||355.00||14,200.00|
|R 10||PVC rungs||Each|
|R 11||Chamber cover||Each|
|R||COMPOUND WALL :|
|S 1||Earth work||Cum||30.00||300.00||9,000.00|
|S 2||PCC 1: 4:8||Cum||4.50||3,200.00||14,400.00|
|S 4||DPC 1:3:6||Cum||10.00||4,950.00||49,500.00|
|S 5||DPC 1:3:6||Cum||1.00||4,950.00||4,950.00|
|S 6||112mm brick masonry||Sqm||36.00||630.00||22,680.00|
|S 7||PCC 1:3:6||Cum||0.75||3,700.00||2,775.00|
|S 8||Rough plaster||Sqm||72.00||355.00||25,560.00|
|S 9||Cement paint||Sqm||72.00||125.00||9,000.00|
|S 10||MS gate||Sqm||10.50||2,425.00||25,462.50|
|S 11||pink granite||Sqm||0.50||3,750.00||1,875.00|
|S 12||Other works if Any|
|S 13||Extra cost|
|GRAND TOTAL :||66,78,302.00|
NOTE : The above details is Just a Sample of the current construction rates. These rates may vary from Project to Project depending on the planning and construction specifications.