Total Cost of Construction in Bangalore for Building your Residential House of 1463711
|Total Foundation Cost||₹70524|
|Total Steel Structure Cost||₹70524|
|Total Roofing Cost||₹70524|
|Total Super Structure Cost||₹70524|
|Total Wall Construction Cost||₹70524|
|Tiles||648 ₹ 120||₹|
|Total Flooring Price||₹81260|
|Total Tiles Cost||₹28730|
|Material||ft @ ₹||₹|
|Labour||ft @ ₹||₹|
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|Total WoodWork Cost||₹70524|
|Material||1368 sqft @ ₹ 18||₹24624|
|Labour||1368 sq ft @ ₹ 18||₹24624|
|Material||2700 sq ft @ ₹ 17||₹45900|
|Labour||2700 sq ft @ ₹||₹45900|
|Total Painting Cost||₹70524|
|Material||1368 sq ft @ ₹ 18||₹24624|
|Labour||1368 sq ft @ ₹ 18||₹24624|
|Material||1368 sq ft @ ₹ 18||₹24624|
|Labour||1368 sq ft @ ₹ 18||₹24624|
|Material||2700 sq ft @ ₹ 17||₹45900|
|Labour||2700 sq ft @ ₹ 17||₹45900|
|Total Plastering Cost||₹70524|
|Material||sq ft @ ₹ sq ft||₹|
|Material||sq ft @ ₹ sq ft||₹24624|
|Total Electrical & Plumbing Cost||₹70524|
Total Cost of Construction in Bangalore for Building your Residential House of 1463711
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- 1 Cost of Construction in Bangalore 2019/18 for Building a House
- 2 Construction Cost in Bangalore Calculator for Cost of construction / Building construction cost / Residential House construction cost 2019
- 3 Cost of Construction for 20×30 30×40 40×60 50×80 G+1 G+2 G+3 Floors in Bangalore
- 3.1 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+.
- 4 How does the Bangalore House Construction Cost Calculator in Bangalore Work to calculate the residential cost of construction for 20×30 30×40 40×60 50×80.. of G+1 G+2 G+3 G+4 Floors?
- 5 Factors that Affect the Construction Cost in Bangalore while Building a house
- 6 How does a House Construction Cost Calculator Help in Planning Your Construction Budget?
- 7 How Does an Architect Help in reducing residential Construction Cost while Building a House in Bangalore?
Construction Cost in Bangalore for 20x30 30x40 40x60 50x80 40x50 30x50 EXPENSES CHART
Cost of Construction in Bangalore 2019/18 for Building a House
This article about the current Construction cost in Bangalore for building a Duplex house or a rental house on diffrent plot dimensions such as 30×40 40×60 50×80 20×30 40×50 building G+1 G+3 G+2 G+4 floors. One can also use the construtction cost calculator for claculating their building construction cost or cost of building a house by selecting form the various parameters.
The present Cost of Construction in Bangalore varies for Rs 1400 / sq ft to Rs 1650 / sq ft as per the Basic finishes given below.
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.
- Waterproof doors for bathrooms.
- Basic elevation cladding if necessary.
- SS / Juquar Bath Fittings.
- Western commode (WC) Basic.
- Washbasin (WB) Basic.
- Kitchen Granite platform.
- Paving tiles of Rs 15 / sq ft.
- Bathroom tiles of Rs 35 / sq ft.
- Natural stone at the staircase.
- Underground sump of 8000 ltrs.
- Overhead tank of 2000 ltrs.
- Parking area tiling Rs 35 / sq ft tile.
- A compound wall can be added.
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, Construction cost in Bangalore of any structure, may it be residential or commercial are dependent on some base factors.
Construction Cost in Bangalore Calculator for Cost of construction / Building construction cost / Residential House construction cost 2019
|Sl no||Construction cost in Bangalore 2019 per sq ft – SITE DIMENSION 20×30 30×40 30×50 30×60 40×50 40×60 50×80||SITE area (sq ft)||NO OF FLOORS||BUILT UP AREA (BUA)||TOTAL Cost|
|20×30 Construction cost|
|1||20×30||600 sq ft||G+1 Floors||450 sq ft||8 lacs|
|2||20×30||600 sq ft||G+1 Floors||1000 sq ft||17 lacs|
|3||20×30||600 sq ft||G+2 Floors||1450 sq ft||25 lacs|
|4||20×30||600 sq ft||G+3 Floors||1950 sq ft||33 lacs|
|5||20×30||600 sq ft||G+4 Floors||2450 sq ft||41 lacs|
|30×40 Construction cost|
|6||30×40||1200 sq ft||G Floor||900 sq ft||15 lacs|
|7||30×40||1200 sq ft||G+1 Floors||1850 sq ft||31 lacs|
|8||30×40||1200 sq ft||G+2 Floors||2800 sq ft||47 lacs|
|9||30×40||1200 sq ft||G+3 Floors||3750 sq ft||63 lacs|
|10||30×40||1200 sq ft||G+4 Floors||4700 sq ft||79 lacs|
|30×50 Construction cost|
|11||30×50||1500 sq ft||G Floor||1050 sq ft||17 lacs|
|12||30×50||1500 sq ft||G+1 Floors||2400 sq ft||40 lacs|
|13||30×50||1500 sq ft||G+2 Floors||3750 sq ft||63 lacs|
|14||30×50||1500 sq ft||G+3 Floors||5100 sq ft||86 lacs|
|15||30×50||1500 sq ft||G+4 Floors||6450 sq ft||1 crore|
|30×60 Construction cost|
|16||30×60||1800 sq ft||G Floor||1300 sq ft||22 lacs|
|17||30×60||1800 sq ft||G+1 Floors||2800 sq ft||47 lacs|
|18||30×60||1800 sq ft||G+2 Floors||4100 sq ft||69 lacs|
|19||30×60||1800 sq ft||G+3 Floors||5500 sq ft||93 lacs|
|20||30×60||1200 sq ft||G+4 Floors||6900 sq ft||1.17 crore|
|40×50 Construction cost|
|21||40×50||2000 sq ft||G Floor||1400 sq ft||24 lacs|
|22||40×50||2000 sq ft||G+1 Floors||3000 sq ft||51 lacs|
|23||40×50||2000 sq ft||G+2 Floors||4600 sq ft||78 lacs|
|24||40×50||2000 sq ft||G+3 Floors||6200 sq ft||1 crore|
|25||40×50||2000 sq ft||G+4 Floors||7800 sq ft||1.3 crore|
|40×60 Construction cost|
|26||40×60||2400 sq ft||G Floor||1600 sq ft||27 lacs|
|27||40×60||2400 sq ft||G+1 Floors||3600 sq ft||61 lacs|
|28||40×60||2400 sq ft||G+2 Floors||5600 sq ft||95 lacs|
|29||40×60||2400 sq ft||G+3 Floors||7600 sq ft||1.3 crore|
|30||40×60||2400 sq ft||G+4 Floors||9600 sq ft||1.6 crore|
|50×80 Construction cost|
|31||50×80||4000 sq ft||G Floor||3000 sq ft||51 lacs|
|32||50×80||4000 sq ft||G+1 Floors||6400 sq ft||1 crore|
|33||50×80||4000 sq ft||G+2 Floors||9800 sq ft||1.6 crore|
|34||50×80||4000 sq ft||G+3 Floors||13000 sq ft||2.2 crore|
|35||50×80||4000 sq ft||G+4 Floors||16000 sq ft||2.8 crore|
|Use Construction cost calculator in Bangalore tool for below site dimensions|
|36||20×30 30×40 30×50 30×60 30×70 40×50 40×30 40×40 40×60 40×70 40×80 50×50 50×40 50×60 50×80 50×90 50×100 60×40 60×50 60×30 60×60 60×70 60×80 50×100 50×80 50×90 100×100 100×120||Cost Calculator tool||G+1|
|37||500 sq ft 600 sq ft 800 sq ft 1000 sq ft 1200 sq ft 1300 sq ft 1500 sq ft 1600 sq ft 1800 sq ft 2000 sq ft 2200 sq ft 2400 sq ft 2600 sqft 2800 sq ft 3000 sq ft 3200 sq ft 3400 sq ft 3600 sq ft 3800 sq ft 4000 sq ft 4200 sq ft 4400 sq ft 4500 sq ft 4600 sq ft 4800 sq ft 5000 sq ft 5500 sq ft 6000 sq ft 6200 sq ft 8000 sq ft 10,000 sq ft||Cost Estimator tool below||G+1|
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 CONSTRUCTION COST for G+3 FLOORS
Site cost: Rs 1cr (Considering HSR Layout)
Building 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 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 Bylaws will be 600 sq ft x 1.75 = 1050 sq ft (Excluding Parking).
30×40 CONSTRUCTION COST for G+3 FLOORS
Site Cost: Rs 75 Lacs (Considering Off Sarjapur road at Rs 6000 / sq ft )
Building 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 CONSTRUCTION COST for G+2 FLOORS
Site Cost: Rs 80 Lacs (Considering Sompura Gate, Sarjapur road )
Building 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 workplace. 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 CONSTRUCTION COST for G+2 FLOORS
Site Cost: Rs 90 lacs (Considering Sites at Sarjapur Anekal Road).
Building 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 sqft: Second Floor 2 Bhk with Balconies wherever required. Third Floor Shared Terrace area can be used for the 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 play area, Terrace garden, Open bar counter, Gym, etc.
Many more common facilities 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 workplace 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 construction cost is Rs 1300 to Rs 1400 / sq ft for a structure may it be residential or commercial has a difference in rates as there can be a change in materials used and its planning.
Architect’s role in a 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 a consultation with us.
We calculate the cost of construction on the basis of different kinds of plots, the basis of the client’s demand. The major factor which affects the construction cost is the material used for building it.
Even though in the recent market trend, one can find cost-saving materials, it may not be a quality item. If it is not the right quality and if not mixed right quantity, the outcome will not be fine. This will have a serious effect on the 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 CONSTRUCTION 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 leveling|
|course including edge shuttering and|
|formwork, consolidation, ramming and|
|compacting, curing etc.-200mm thick||Cum||11.00||3,200.00||35,200.00|
|B 2||Providing and laying PCC 1:3:6 using|
|20mm & downgraded granite aggregate|
|in Damp Proof Course over the 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 the 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|
|MS hold fasteners||No’s||108.00||40.00||4,320.00|
|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|
|the pigment to match the color/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 are 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 the 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 the 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 the 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 manufacturer’s specifications)|
|Including necessary curing.Rate quoted|
|will include providing a 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 waterproof- 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|
|a 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||ANTI TERMITE TREATMENT|
|P 1||Providing anti termite 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 thick 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||Waterproof -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 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.
How does the Bangalore House Construction Cost Calculator in Bangalore Work to calculate the residential cost of construction for 20×30 30×40 40×60 50×80.. of G+1 G+2 G+3 G+4 Floors?
A construction cost calculator is a tool that provides you with a detailed estimate of the cost of constructing a house. A cost calculator is especially helpful while you are planning the budget of your house.
It provides you with an accurate, efficient, consistent, and a professional looking budget, which can be relied on for various aspects of the project. The tool is suitable for anyone involved in the construction of a building (Architects, Civil and structural engineers, Contractors, House owners, etc.).
What is a Cost Calculator?
A Cost calculator is a free software just like the one provided on this page by Architec4Design that uses advanced algorithms which include the cost of materials, labour etc which regularly updated information on various factors of construction to suggest the most appropriate and exact cost of construction.
Accessing the various factors manually is a cumbersome and complex process; however, with the cost calculator, you can easily estimate the cost and plan your budget. It is essential that the budget is based on true and factual data as it is the cornerstone of a project.
An accurate cost estimating software helps organize funds for the project with ease, manages risk, overcomes financial hurdles, and helps you stay on top of the project. This can be achieved with the help of a construction cost calculator. Here is a systematic procedure on using the cost calculator.
How to Use the Cost Calculator?
The cost calculator is a highly intuitive tool designed to be used by even a person with the least technical knowledge. It requires you to feed some information related to the project such as the site area, location, type of house, etc.
Using this information, the cost calculator suggests a detailed estimate of the cost of constructing a house. Follow the below instructions to estimate the cost of your house or to accumulate the required information before using the cost calculator. Here is a systematic procedure of using the cost calculator.
Once you are on the cost calculator page, you will notice that several columns are highlighted Orange and there are proportional fields in White and Green. Apart from Sq. feet, Location, and Floors, the Greenfield highlights the selected option whereas the While reflects the unselected options. Follow the below instructions to select the right options.
SITE AREA/ SITE DIMENSION/ SQUARE FEET:
This is one of the most essential fields in the cost calculator as it factors the total area of the plot on which you want to perform the construction. Depending on the area of the plot, several other data will be assumed by the cost calculator such as material and labor.
There are three ways you can fill this option by toggling each option – SITE AREA, SITE DIMENSION, or SQ. FT. When you toggle on SITE AREA, you can provide the specific measurement of the site such as 600 sq ft, 1200 sq ft, 2400 sq ft, 5000 sq ft, 2000 sq ft or others.
Remember to provide the exact measurement of the plot. By toggling on SITE DIMENSION, you are presented with a drop-down list of site dimensions such as 20×30, 20×40, 30×50, 30×60, 40×50, 40×60 30×40, etc. Choose the appropriate option.
Toggling on SQ. FT(square feet), this option is similar to SITE AREA with the difference that there is a drop-down list of site area you can choose from. Ensure that you select the right option and measurement of your site.
Similarly to the site area, the location of a site is also an essential factor as it constitutes a large portion of the total cost of the project. The cost of land varies from one area to the other within the same city.
The cost may be high in a posh area, whereas the outskirts of the city may be priced relatively low. Hence, use the drop-down list in the cost calculator to choose from hundreds of locations in Bangalore.
The next factor you need to choose the number of floors you wish to construct in the building. The cost of material and labor charges also vary depending on the number of floors in the building.
The building cost calculator provides you with options such as (G+1 G+2 G+3 G+4) Ground Floor Only, Ground +1 Floor, Ground +2 Floors, Ground +3 Floors, and Ground +4 Floors. Choose the right option according to your requirements.
HOUSE TYPE DUPLEX HOUSE / RENTAL HOUSE:
The cost calculator allows you to choose between three types of house – duplex house, rental house, and duplex + rental.
A duplex house spreads across two or more floors connected by an inner staircase, whereas rental houses are multiple units built for generating rental income.
One can also choose to build a combination of Duplex + rental house. Select the type of house you want to build.
BEDROOM, HALL, KITCHEN (BHK) 1BHK 2BHK 3BHK:
How many bedrooms, hall, and kitchen you want to build also influences the total cost of the project. The more the number of bedrooms you want in the house, the more the cost will be.
In the cost calculator, you have options from 1BHK to 4BHK. Choose the number of bedrooms you want in the house and move to the next option.
STRUCTURE BLOCK or BRICKS:
The materials you use while constructing the house plays a significant role in the total cost. Depending on the type of material you choose, the cost will vary.
In the cost calculator, you have a variety of options such as Cement Blocks (6’), Cement Blocks (8’), and Bricks. While selecting the material, you should seek the advice of the architect.
FLOORING VITRIFIED or GRANITE:
The flooring is essential in a house; some materials increase the aesthetics and are easy to clean in comparison to others.
All the features and the cost of the material you choose must be considered. The cost calculator provides you with options such as Vetrified, Granite, and Marble + Wooden.
Similarly to the above field, you have to select the type of door you want in your house.
The cost calculator provides you with options – OST Doors, Sal Wood, Honne Wood, and Teak Wood. You can conduct thorough research on the materials before making a selection.
For the materials used in windows, the options available in the cost calculator are Sal Wood, Honne Wood, Teak Wood, UPVC, and Aluminum. Select the preferred option.
The last option in the cost calculator is the type of painting you would want to use in the house. The painting also shares a major portion of the total cost.
The two options available are basic and premium.
After you have provided all the information, click on the button CALCULATE CONSTRUCTION COST IN BANGALORE and scroll down for a detailed report.
Factors that Affect the Construction Cost in Bangalore while Building a house
The process of estimating the cost of construction is complex; it involves several variable factors. For the construction estimation to be accurate, it is essential that you get each factor right.
This is done through conducting research, study, and using the experience of the architect or other parties involved in construction.
A slight error in one of the variables can significantly impact the final estimate. Therefore, understanding the variables of the cost of construction is essential.
Here is a list of factors that affect the construction cost of a building:
COST OF MATERIALS:
Materials constitute a substantial sum in the final cost of the project. The cost of materials includes material cost, applicable taxes, and shipping charges. The cost of materials can change over time; hence, a recent project can provide a good reference.
You should consider all the variations such as the changes in taxes and shipping charges, etc. while calculating the material cost.
SIZE OF THE CONSTRUCTION:
If the construction project is large extending over a long period of the time, there will be an extra cost. The local labor force might not be sufficient, and additional labor will have to be brought in from other regions, which can increase the value of the project. If the project requires labors with extra skills, that could also add to the cost of the project.
LOCATION OF THE SITE:
Location of the site can be a huge factor in the budget if the land is not already procured. The cost of land varies from one geographical region to the other. Also, if the site is located away from resources, there will be an additional cost in terms of transportation cost of equipment, materials, labor, tools, etc.
ESTIMATION ON CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS:
A similar project completed in the past is the best reference for preparing cost estimation of the current project or used an advanced construction cost calculator to get a precise estimate.
Using the final cost of the past project you can obtain an idea of the value of the new project. Use the final cost of the previous project with cost indication of the current project as a factor of cost estimation.
CURRENT CONDITION AT CONSTRUCTION SITE:
The condition of the site can change within a short period, which can increase the cost of construction. The site may witness heavy rain which can cause soil erosion among other difficulties that can add to the cost.
Some other site conditions that can increase the cost are loose soil, dumped soil, wetlands, environmentally sensitive areas, buried storage tanks, groundwater, poor soil conditions, buried storage tanks, contaminated materials, archaeological sites, heavy traffic, conflicting utilities, endangered species, river crossing, etc.
The duration of the project is also a big factor in the cost of the project. If a project continues for a long period the additional cost can be substantial as the cost of materials, labor; equipment will rise, idle cost of manufacturing equipment, and other indirect expenses.
On the other hand, if a project is completed early, it can also be costly as the direct cost will be high in such projects. While estimating the total cost of the project, these variations must be considered.
DESIGN AND PLANNING:
An Architect outlines the project and decides the most efficient way of constructing the building. A well laid down plan makes it easier for every party to work in sync and accomplish the project in time and within a predetermined cost.
It ensures that the roles and responsibilities of every party are clearly stated. A vague or poorly drawn design can confuse and create interruptions and problems during the project, which can increase the cost of the project.
A reputed and skilled architect is pivotal to a successful project. While calculating the cost of construction, you should also consider the fee of the architect.
If the Architects fees as a percentage of the whole project, per hour basis, or a fixed sum. It should be included in the total cost of the project.
MARKET INFLATION/ECONOMIC FACTORS:
A construction project can continue for years, during which, the cost of materials, equipment, tools, labor, etc., can increase.
There can be several factors that can increase the cost of operations such as inflation in the economy, a rise in fuel prices, a shift in the market sentiment, political reasons, etc.
The wages of labor varies from location to location. If the cost of construction has been estimated months in advance, then the current wages of labor has to be considered. Labor wages can rise due to government regulations or other factors.
A successful project must flow seamlessly, for this the reputation of the engineer is essential. A reputed professional will charge more; hence, the cost of the construction will be more.
An experienced and reputed professional can work easily with the contractors, which allows the project to run smoothly and thus, being cost-effective.
PLAN APPROVALS FOR THE PROJECT:
Before the construction of the project, there are several approvals from the regulatory agencies like BDA/BBMP/BMRDA that needs to be obtained before the start of the project.
This can be costly and should be included while estimating the cost of construction for the project.
Insurance is essential for a project as it safeguards you against the additional cost that may arise due to accidents. The cost of insurance should be included in the cost calculation such as insurance for construction workers, tools, equipment, etc.
Some of the normal cost of a construction project is site work area insurance, labor insurance, and general insurance requirements for construction material. Depending on the type of construction, some projects may also have other additional costs.
Periodically, the equipment used in a project should be reviewed to ensure they are in the right condition to meet the requirements of a project. The cost of such a review should also be included in the cost of the project.
Even after all the planning, there is so much that cannot be foreseen in a construction project. 10 per cent of the cost of the project should be apportioned for the unexpected cost that may arise during the execution of the project.
How does a House Construction Cost Calculator Help in Planning Your Construction Budget?
A House construction cost calculator in Bangalore is an advanced method of estimating the cost of a building a Home.
A building construction calculator tool uses advanced algorithms and up-to-date data on various variable factors of construction such as flooring, construction material rates, doors, windows, paintings, etc. to suggest the most accurate estimated cost of completing the construction.
Some variable factors used by the tool are the size of the plot, the location of the site, type of house, no. of rooms – doors, windows, painting type, the material used in the structure, roofing, flooring, etc.
While planning the budget of a house, it is essential that you estimate the cost of the project. This allows you to keep the fund ready for the construction, manage risks, overcome financial hurdles, and stay on top of the project.
Here are some of the reasons you should use a cost calculator while planning the budget for constructing a house.
ACCURATE COST ESTIMATION:
The cornerstone on which you build the budget of a project is the estimated cost of the project. Its accuracy is pivotal for the successful planning of the budget. A far-fetched estimate can cause a wide variety of problems during the project which can jeopardize the completion.
The residential cost estimation tool uses a wide variety of information on various variables of construction and their up-to-date data to suggest a near accurate estimated cost. With the information obtained, you can effectively plan the budget of the project.
This tool is particularly helpful to novice house builders who do not have the experience or the necessary technical skills to conduct research and study to determine the estimated cost of the project.
As the process of building cost estimation is complex, the soundness of the data obtained may also be questionable. However, this tool uses an advanced formula and well-established principles to provide an accurate cost that can be used in budget planning.
EFFICIENT BUDGET PLANNING:
Apart from being complex, cost estimation is also a time-consuming process, which as a house builder you might not be able to afford. The cost calculator provides a simple and efficient solution.
Using our cost calculator tool 2019, you can determine the cost of a project within minutes, if not sooner. This helps in fast-tracking the process of budget planning.
If you are a first time home builder, construction firm, contractor or someone handling multiple construction projects, consistency in budget planning is essential.
With the cost calculator, you will follow a similar procedure for cost estimation. This will ensure consistency in budget planning across various projects.
A professional looking budget can be of assistance at all stages of the project. Using the cost estimator tool, you have a construction estimate that goes into the details of the project such as the cost of roofing, flooring, structure, woodwork, etc.
This information can be used to change the materials and other configuration of the project and alter the cost. A professional looking budget also helps while hiring architects for the project. It provides a clear directive to the Architect and helps in the designing process.
Apart from the four benefits of using a cost calculator for budget planning, several other subtle advantages come with using a cost calculator.
How Does an Architect Help in reducing residential Construction Cost while Building a House in Bangalore?
The role the Architects plays in helping reduce the residential construction cost in Bangalore is quite significant; it involves discussing the project, preparing the initial designs like House plans, Elevations, Floor plans, Architectural working drawings, and overseeing the construction continues as planned and within the estimated budget.
However, the role of an Architect extends further, not limited only by the demand of the client. Architects also help in selecting the right building contractors and choosing the right construction materials for building a house, amongst other activities.
Nevertheless, even with all the work that he does brings value and quality to a project. Some clients or homeowners still consider them expensive for a project without knowing the advantages they bring for a home project.
However, to the contrary, professional guidance can reduce the cost of construction or keep cost escalation at bay rather than increase it. So, let’s discuss some points on how an architect helps in reducing the cost of construction while building a residential house or a residential complex.
What Lowers the Cost of Construction:
When it comes to reducing the cost of the house or building a house in a limited budget which happens in most cases, there is no one better guidance that one can give other than the hired Architect for your project.
As a professional, he can provide you with efficient floor plans, house designs, project planning, project cost management, cost-effective material selection, and simple solutions for any problems during home construction.
Efficiency during building construction:
Apart from this, he also ensures that the residential project proceeds and completes as per the planned schedule. He acts as a guardian angel of the project ensuring every aspect of construction is in your favour, minimizing wastage and increasing efficiency. He also negotiates with the contractor on your behalf, among numerous other things.
Apart from the above cost benefits, an architect designs the building before construction including your ideas and requirements. Making changes during the design process is significantly less in comparison to when the construction has begun. Due to the experience of the architect, he can help you with approvals and sanction early on, so you do not face hurdles when the project has started.
The design is the primary responsibility of an architect. A good Architect draws a well-thought design that can be used to reduce the cost. Based on the model, the contractor will estimate the cost. Once you have the price, you can decide to go ahead with the construction or to alter things to reduce the cost.
Minimizes the Life-cycle Cost of the Project:
It is a well-known fact that the total cost of construction is only 25 per cent of the life-cycle cost. Although, reducing the upfront cost is all well and good. It would be best if you also reduced the remaining 75 percent cost of the building.
During the life of a house, the upfront cost becomes insignificant in front of the maintenance and operations cost of a project. Working with the design team and the architect allows you to make wise decisions regarding the materials and equipment. One can choose materials that would cost less in the long-run.
Apart from this, He ensures that the house is built as per latest construction technology, choosing the right building materials, industry standards, and there are no gaps, the home has proper insulation, and the chances of water infiltration is minimized, which can cause disaster to the house. Ultimately, costing a massive sum in repair and maintenance.
A well Designed House Improves Quality of Life & Health:
A house well constructed with the help of right professionals adheres to all the safety procedures. We often fail to acknowledge the importance of health in terms of money saved. The architect creates a house that is safe, comfortable, enjoyable, and safe to grow in.
He also gives adequate importance for natural air and light while constructing the house. They will ensure that the ventilation is proper providing continuous fresh air and appropriate levels of light for different areas of the house.
All spaces within a house are essential and equal importance should be given before and during building construction. An experienced professional can cleverly design and adapt to new innovative ways to make space even in cramped areas. They are well experienced and skilled in finding innovative ways to utilize space.
Increases Efficiency and Productivity:
An architect designs a house in a manner that improves efficiency and productivity. Often, we fail to understand the correlation between efficiency and value in terms of money.
A well-planned house that increases the efficiency by placing everything in the home at the right distance, making them easily accessible.
One must have heard of the famous proverb “ Time is money ” By saving your time, the architect allows you to dedicate more time to important things like your work, increasing your productivity.
When a house is well constructed and efficiently planned to utilize the total area of the site for construction. This can have a significant impact on cost reduction during building construction as land is one of the most expensive aspects of construction.
A professional will utilize the space by making sure that the distance between your kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom; while increasing the space for storage. A good architect will think of everything to make your life as easy and efficient in the house as possible.
Increases the Resale Value:
Not all of us like to spend their lives living in one house in one part of the country. One may want to retire in some other part of the state or the country. A well-designed home has a much more resale value than a traditional house.
Not to mention, since the house will have the proper approvals and sanctions from various local bodies, amenities such as drainage and water supply is never an issue with the house, making it ideal for resale.
Due to all the above reasons, hiring an architect is not an expense but a way of ensuring that the house is of the best quality at a desirable cost. We have some of the finest architects in Bangalore, who have contributed to numerous housing projects and villas. We can help you design and build a house of your dreams cost-effectively.