## Some useful construction tips to work out the over-lapping length of steel bars in slab, column and beam

This construction video tutorial will explain the various formulas which are used in slab, beam, column in the job site for over-lapping steel bars. Here, there are two zones for BIM – Compression zone and Tensile zone. The formulas are different for both the zones. Overlap length in columns, beams and slabs denotes the distance […]

## Reinforcement Columns

Consider a column with cross section 300×300. This is the smallest allowable column section when seismic behavior is required. It is reinforced with 4 longitudinal bars and one stirrup. The cross section described is not generally used but it was chosen in this introductory paragraph for training purposes. The column has a length of 2.70 […]

## Kitchen Details To Know Before Construction

Making the kitchen a functional part of the home needs a lot! A lot of planning, a precise construction while building and more precise arranging at the end(Kitchen Details To Know Before Construction). The functional elements need precise dimensions where to be installed so they work properly.   Source

## Important Swimming Pool Design Tips You May Find Helpful

Having a swimming pool in your yard is a dream point of the house for many homeowners (Important Swimming Pool Design Tips You May Find Helpful). That is something that can relax you and give you the pleasure of enjoying the sun close to the water for fast refreshment. But, it is a satisfaction that […]

## Estimating sheet for road construction

Terrain and soil conditions, road standards, machine and labor costs etc. are considered as the prime factors which can change the road construction cost significantly. Besides, the skills of the associated operators and labors are also affected. As the road construction systems are identical all through the globe, one can effortlessly develop rational cost estimates […]

## Construction Quantities of Materials Estimate

Quantities of materials for the production of required quantity of concrete of given mix proportions can be calculated by absolute volume method. This method is based on the principle that the volume of fully compacted concrete is equal to the absolute volume of all the materials of concrete, i.e. cement, sand, coarse aggregates and […]