Internal Wall Made From Wood And Concrete

Internal wall can be made from two different materials, wood and concrete. First, you must decide which wall will be covered by the rustic board. After that, make wooden boxes, connected to each other. Then, fill the boxes with concrete which gives the wall its strength. The front of the wall will be wooden and […]

Design Reinforced Concrete Column

In this article, we will explain the process for creating the design of RCC columns as per IS 456:2000 code. A column or pillar in architecture and structural engineering is a structural element that transmits, through compression, the weight of the structure above to other structural elements below. In other words, a column is a compression member and it bears the […]

Plans For Fountain | Illustrated Details

Fountains were originally purely functional, connected to springs or aqueducts and used to provide drinking water and water for bathing and washing to the residents of cities, towns and villages. Fountains are used today to decorate city parks and squares; to honor individuals or events; for recreation and for entertainment. A Splash pad or spray pool allows city residents to enter, […]

Various Types Of Footin Building Construction

Footings are an important part of foundation construction. They are typically made of concrete with rebar reinforcement that has been poured into an excavated trench. The purpose of footings is to support the foundation and prevent settling. The choice of suitable type of footing depends on the depth at which the bearing strata lies, the […]

Learn To Design A Straight Staircase

In this article, you can find detailed guidelines which are useful for creating the design of a straight stair in a building. The height of a sample wall is taken as 10 feet. Also, the height of the each riser is taken as 7 inches and length of the each tread is taken as 11 inch. […]

Spread Footings | Details About Construction

A footing carrying a single column is called a spread footing since its function is to “spread” the column load laterally to the soil so that the stress intensity is reduced to a value that the. soil can safely carry. These members are sometimes called single or isolated footings. It extremely important to do the base of the building on […]

Quantity Surveyors In Construction | The Role Of Quantity Surveyor

    The quantity Surveyors are employed to control the budget and contractual administration of construction projects. Given below are, a few useful points which have to be taken into consideration if you want to make a career in quantity surveying profession. The quantity Surveyors provide a great contribution to the successful completion of tasks from one small project to multi-billion euro capital projects. They own sound understanding regarding the contract and project cost, right from the preliminary sketch design proposal just so the clients can gain the exceptional possible final product for their budget. Quantity surveyors can offer their unique services for both the clients and the contractors meaning so it is possible to manage the office primarily based work and construction site based work simultaneously. In either profession path, every day makes a brand new task and the job satisfaction that comes via involving in a project right from its set up through to a satisfied client taking the possession of the building over […]

Checklist for RCC Slab and Beam

In this article we are going to present you a checklist for RCC Slab and beam.   1. Check Beam bottom’s line, level and width . 2. Check Beam side’s line, level and plumb. 3. Check Beam to beam measurements as per architectural drawings. 4. Check Individual level and diagonall of each slab bay. 5. […]

Geothermal Heat Pumps | Basic Info

Geothermal heat pumps (GHPs) take advantage of the Earth’s relatively constant temperature at depths of about 10 ft to 300 ft. GHPs can be used almost everywhere in the world, as they do not share the requirements of fractured rock and water as are needed for a conventional geothermal reservoir. GHPs circulate water or other […]

Feng Shui For Perfect Energy In Your House

According to Feng Shui there are several rules for balancing energy in your home. Starting with the shape of your house- rectangle. This is the preferable shape of Feng Shui that agrees also with L or U shape but with additional elements for the balance, like trees, fountains and similar. The number nine is also important […]