Estimate of I Shape Wall | Brick Wall Estimate | Building Wall Estimate | Brick Wall Calculator | Brickwork Calculation Formula | Quantity Surveying | Estimation and Costing
In this Article today we will talk about the Estimate of I Shape Wall | Brick Wall Estimate | Building Wall Estimate | Brick Wall Calculator | Brickwork Calculation Formula | Quantity of Bricks | Quantity Surveying | Estimation and Costing.
Estimate of I-Shape Wall – Excel Sheet (Free Download):
Note: Red text cells are input cells you can change the Length or Breadth of Wall and the remaining calculation will automatically change.
The following should be included in the estimating process of a building wall :-
- Comprehensive estimate of I-Wall
- Comprehensive estimate of L-Wall
- Comprehensive estimate of T-Wall
- Comprehensive estimate of F-Wall
- Comprehensive estimate of E-Wall
- Comprehensive estimate of H-Wall
- Comprehensive estimate of U-Wall
- Comprehensive estimate of O-Wall
- Comprehensive estimate of D-Wall
- Comprehensive estimate of 2 rooms
While estimating a I-Wall, the calculation is made on the following topics :-
- Excavation of Earth Work
- Concrete work in the ratio 1:3:6
- Brick work in foundation and plinth
- Damp proof course
- Brick work in super structure
- Cement Plaster
- White washing
- In this video, plan and cross section are provided.
- In plan section, the length of the wall is taken as 20 feet and breadth is taken as 9 inch or 0.75 feet.
Whatever you are, a house owner, a civil engineer, a construction supervisor, a civil contractor or a builder, you should estimate the required raw materials for the brick walls which you plan to build. In this post i’ll show you how to estimate the required raw materials for 9 inch thick brick wall. The raw materials we use to make brick wall are brick, cement and sand.
Here, Autocad Civil 3D 2018 is used to simply explain the drawings of cross section of wall.
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