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Wed Apr 10, 2013Total posts : 6
anand malik
anand malik
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Topic: Building New Home V/S Buying Builder Flat

Send some map for 55yards house

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Sat Dec 21, 2013Post  #1
Pankaj Malviya
Pankaj Malviya

Join date: Jan 2012
Post subject: Building New Home V/S Buying Builder Flat

How to start contracting company as a civil contractor in Bhopal. Having 10 year experience in the field of construction.
 
Sat Dec 21, 2013Post  #2
Pankaj Malviya
Pankaj Malviya

Join date: Jan 2012
Post subject: Building New Home V/S Buying Builder Flat

How to start contracting company as a civil contractor in Bhopal. Having 10 year experience in the field of construction.
 
Sun Dec 22, 2013Post  #3
Navneet Jharia
Navneet Jharia

Join date: Dec 2010
Post subject: How to start contracting company as a civil cont...

dear Pankaj, Hello... I think it is not a difficult task for you to start a construction company as you are already in this line for last 10 yrs. Please start with private contracts under Technical Supervision of Architects/Engineers..
 
Fri Jan 24, 2014Post  #4
KESHAV NANDA
KESHAV NANDA

Join date: Jan 2014
Post subject: Building New Home V/S Buying Builder Flat

I intend to purchase a plot of land of about 300 sq yards in area say it is 90 feet by 30 feet.The very first thing which I have to do is to construct a surrounding wall around it with two gates to the front of the property. I would like to pay the contractor for the materials and labour together. How much will it cost me? Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated! I would like to leave a distance of about 3 feet to 6 6 feet all around my property to make it airy and to make it lit more.And it will keep my costs down There should be room to park at least two cars inside. The actual built up area of the is going to be around 1400 sq feet. All the rooms will have windows and doors at the back and in the front so that there is adequate air and light in the rooms. I like cross ventilation in the rooms. I would be happy to have one large kitchen rather than one kitchen and a small bedroom attached to it. I would rather have less number of rooms than a crammed up house. What I visualize is a corridor of 4 and a half feet width in the middle of the house. There is a flight of stairs going up to the first floor and a door enclosing it. Next after the stairs is the wide entrance( no door here. leading to the dining area of about 15 feet by 12 feet (open plan). The kitchen goes right in the end. The kitchen and dining room and to be separated by a twelve feet wall, The kitchen will measure about 15 feet by 13 feet. At the end of the corridor is a 3 and a half feet passage way which takes you to the right of the building where there are two toilets 6 feet by 3 feet and a 6 feet by 6 feet shower room next to it. Coming to the right of the entrance there is a open plan to a living area. Next to the living area is a bedroom with a door going the passage way and to the front of the property. Coming to the top of the stairs, there are two detached bedrooms on the left, with a 3 and a half feet passage way going through the rooms. There are balconies to the front and back of these rooms. An identical structure goes on the right of the property, making a total of 4 bedrooms on the first floor. 2 toilets and a shower room go on top of the ones on the ground floor. I am a retired person now and I have a budget of Rupees 35 to 40 lacks. Is there an architect who can accomplish my plans? Can somebody come up with a rough design so as to see the minimum cost involved? I can also pay for the rough drawing. I checked with the Ghar Expert that the charges to build a house on 300 sq yard land is about 40 lack rupees and to build on a 155 sq ft of land is going to be comparatively less. Thanks! Keshav Nanda
 
Tue Mar 25, 2014Post  #5
Bryson25
Bryson25

Join date: Mar 2014
I myself prefer building a home rather than living or buying a pre constructed flat, i have read articles as well on this site http://armchairbuilder.com/ with even more pros and cons, however the overall idea is that building your own home gives you the chance to be in control of what you want, when you want and what level of quality you need. The cost depends very strictly and closely to your decisions and you dont pay for extra things you dont think are useful such as balcony areas you dont need for example. While buying a flat you also pay for the extra square meters in the communal areas. Anyways thanks for the article, its quite helpful in the decision making process
 
Tue Apr 01, 2014Post  #6
S L Gupta (Civil Engg)
S L Gupta (Civil Engg)

Join date: Mar 2008
Dear Anand Malik
 

Gharexpert had  launched ready made plans on our website. 

Please use the link given below to visit all the plans collection:

http://www.gharexpert.com/archi_plans/Architectural-Plans-For-Commercial-Residential-Projects.aspx

In order to purchase architectural plan through this service, please use the steps below. 

You select a plan whose layout you like. Note down the plan code and purchase the plan.

Once you purchase the plan, we will contact you and send you a questionnaire through which we will understand your requirements.
We will assign a representative for your project and he/she will coordinate all your requirements.

After discussions with you, we will adjust the plan according to your exact plot size and make as many changes as you like.

Our prices are based on per square feet of built area and if after changes your built area increases by more than 10% then we will change for the increased area accordingly.

If you also purchase guidance from Vastu expert then an independent vastu expert be assigned toyour project and he/she will review your plan and suggest changes.

Once the plan is finalized, we will give you dimensions as shown in the sample drawing and door window schedule.

If you purchase more drawings then the same will be delivered to you according to the plan finalized by you. 

If you choose a 3-D option too, then the process works as below.
After completion of the architectural plans, we will recommend and send to you a few pictures/3-D models of the homes. In those pictures, we will ask you to shortlist the items of the exterior elevations. You can also send us the pictures of homes that you like. Through the existing pictures, it will be easier for you to shortlist the material and shape of exterior elevation. 
Based on the architectural plans and your preferences, our 3-D designers will design the 3-D elevation for your home. 

If you purchase, 3-D elevation plan then you should also purchase the 2-D elevation plan as all dimensions and levels are provided in the 2-D elevation plans. Your contractor would use the details in the 2-D elevation plan to construct your home. The 3-D pictures are there for a reference so that both you and your contractor can visualize the same thing. 


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