Analysis & Rates

 

The capacity of doing work by an artisan or skilled labour in the form of quantity of work per day is known as the task work or out turn of the labour.

The out-turn of work per artisan varies to some extent according to the nature, size, height, situation, location, etc., In bigger cities where specialized and experienced labour is available the out-turn is greater than small towns and country sides.  In well organized work less labour is required.

The following may be taken as the approximate quantity of work or out turn or task for an average artisan per day.

SNo.

Particulars of items

Quantity

Perday

1.      

Brick work in lime or cement mortar in foundation and plinth

1.25cum

(45cuft)per mason

2.      

Brick work in lime or cement mortar in superstructure

1.00cum

(35cuft)per mason

3.      

Brick work in mud mortar in foundation and plinth

1.50cum

(55cuft)per mason

4.      

Brick work in mud mortar in superstructure

1.25cum

(45cuft)per mason

5.      

Brick in cement or lime mortar in arches

0.55 cum

(20cuft)per mason

6.      

Brick in cement or lime mortar in jack arches

0.55 cum

(20cuft)per mason

7.      

Half brick wall in partition

5.00sqm

(50sqft)per mason

8.      

Coursed rubble stone masonry in lime cement mortar including dressing

0.80cum

(30 cuft)per mason

9.      

Random rubble stone masonry in lime or cement mortar

1.00cum

(35cuft)per mason

10.   

Ashlars masonry in lime or cement mortar

0.40cum

(15cuft)per mason

11.   

Stone arch work

0.40cum

(15cuft)per mason

12.   

Lime concrete in foundation or floor

8.50cum

(300cuft)per mason

13.   

Lime concrete in roof terracing

6.00cum

(200cuft)per mason

14.   

Lime concrete 1:2;4

5.00cum

(175cuft)per mason

15.   

RB work

1.00cum

(35cuft)per mason

16.   

RCC work

3.00cum

(125cuft)per mason

17.   

12mm (1/2) plastering with cement or lime mortar

8.00sqm

(80sqft)per mason

18.   

Pointing with cement or lime mortar

10.00sqm

(100sqft)per mason

19.   

White washing or colour washing coats

70.00sqm

(700sqft)per white washer

20.   

White washing or colour washing coats

200.00sqm

(2000sqft)per white washer

21.   

Painting or varnishing doors or windows one coat

25sqm

(250sqft)per painter

22.   

Coal tarring or soligum painting one coat

35.00sqm

(350sqft)per painter

23.   

Painting large surface one coat

35.00sqm

(350sqft)per painter

24.   

Distempering one coat

35.00sqm

(350sqft)per painter

25.   

2.5cm(1’) CC floor

7.50sqm

(75sqft)per painter

26.   

Flag store floor laying with lime or cement mortar excluding LC

10.00sqm

(100sqft)per painter

27.   

Brick on edge in floor lime or cement mortar excluding LC

7.00sqm

(70sqft)per painter

28.   

Brick bat floor as in above

8.00sqm

(80sqft)per painter

29.   

Timber framing sal or teak wood

0.07cum

(2.5cuft)percarpenter

30.   

Timber framing sal or country  wood

0.15cum

(5cuft)per carpenter

31.   

Door and window shutters paneled or glazed

0.15sqm

(7sqft) per carpenter

 

 

 

 

32.   

Door and window shutters paneled or battened

0.80sqm

(0.80sqft)percarpenter

33.   

Sawing hard wood

4.00sqm

(40sqft) per pair of sawers

34.   

Sawing soft wood

6.00sqm

(60sqft) per pair of sawers

35.   

Single allahabad tiling or mangalore tiling

6.00sqm

(60sqft) per tile layer

36.   

Double allahabad tiling

4.00sqm

(40sqft) per tile layer

37.   

Breaking of brick ballest 40mm (11/2”) gauge

0.75cum

(35cuft)per labourer or breaker

38.   

Breaking of brick ballest 25mm (1”) gauge

0.55cum

(20cuft)per labourer or breaker

39.   

Breaking of stone ballest 40mm (11/2”) gauge

0.40cum

(10cuft)per labourer or breaker

40.   

Breaking of stone ballest 25mm (1”) gauge

0.25cum

(10cuft)per labourer or breaker

41.   

Ashlar stone dressing

0.70cum

(25cuft)perstonecutter

42.   

Flag stone dressing

1.50sqm

(25sqft)perstonecutter

43.   

Earthwork in excavation in ordinary soil

3.00cum

(100cuft)per belder mazdoor

44.   

Earthwork in excavation in hard soil

2.00cum

(75cuft)per belder mazdoor

45.   

Excavation in soil

1.00cum

(35cuft)per belder mazdoor

46.   

Number of bricks laid by a mason in brick work upto a height of 3m(10”)

600 bricks per mason

47.   

Amount of work done by a mazdoor helper per day

 

 

 

Mix

3.00cum

(100cuft)mortar per mazdoor

 

Deliver brick

4000 nos to a distance of 15m (50”) per mazdoor

 

Deliver mortar

5.5cum

(200cuft) per mazdoor

48.   

Scaffolding cost for single storey building

Re.0.50per cum

(Rest.1.5%cuft) of brick work.

Items 46,47 and 48 are based on the committee report on rates and cost government of India.



LABOUR (MAZDOOR) REQUIRED FOR DIFFERENT WORKS

 

Extracts from the report on productivity projects in building industries issued by National Building Organisation are given below:-

 

a) Earthwork per 28.30 cum (12000cuft)

1)     Excavation in foundations, trenches etc., in ordinary soil including disposal up to 30m (100’) and lift of 1.5m(5ft) –5 beldars and 4 mazdoors can do 28.30 cum (1000cuft) per day.

2)     Refilling excavated earth in foundations, pointh etc, including consolidation in 15cm(6”) layers-3 beldars, 2 mazdoors and ½ bhisti can do 28.30 cum (1000cuft) per day.

3)     Disposal of surplus earth within a lead of 30m (100’)-1 mazdoor can do 2.83cum (100 cuft) per day.

 

b) Cement concrete work per 2.83 cum (100cuft)

laying cement concrete – 2 beldars, 3 mazdoors, ¾ bhisti and ¼ mason, can do 2.83 cum (100 cuft) per day.


 

c) R C C work:-

 

1) Laying reinforced concrete – 3 beldars, 3 mazdoors, 1½ Bhisti and ½ mason can do 2.83 cum (100cuft) per day.

2) Centering and shuttering for flat surfaces – 4 beldars and 4 carpenters (II class) can do 9.6sqm(96sqft) per day.

3)Reinforcement work for R C C –1 blacksmith or fitter and 1 beldar can bend and place in position 1 quintal (2 cwt) of steel per day.

 

d) Stone work per 2.83 cum (100cuft)-

 

Random rubble masonry with blue stone in foundations-3 masons, 3 beldars, 2 mazdoors and 1/4bhisti can do 2.83 cum (100cuft0 per day

 

e) Brick work per 2.83 cum (100cuft)-

 

First class brick work in 1:4 cement mortar in superstructure partition walls, junctions of roof, parapet walls and string course – 2½masons,4½  mazdoors and 1/2 bhisti can do 2.83 cum (100cuft) per day.

 

F) Wood work :-

 

1)    For the frames of doors and windows –2 carpenters and 1 beldar can work 0.18 cum (6.40cuft) of wood equivalent to door frames 7.5cm x 10m of 1.2m x 2.1m (3’x4’of 3’x11’x7’)size per day.

2)    For paneled, glazed, etc, shutters-15 carpenters and 4 beldars can make and fix 4 shutters 40 mm thick of size 2.00m x 1.15m (1 ½ thick of size of 6’-9x 3’-9’) per day.  Quantity of wood per shutter – 0.075 cum, ie2.66 cuft.

g) Iron work :-

 

1)    Fixing 40mm x 3mm=38cm(1 ½ “ x ½ ‘x 15”0 flat iron holdfasts-1 blacksmith (II class), I mason and I beldar can fix 36 holdfasts per day.

2)    Fixing 16mm dia. 5/3” dia) M S rods –1 blacksmith (II class), 2 carpenters (II class) and 3 mazdoors can fix 16.5m (54rft) per day.

 

h) Flooring: -

4cm thick (1 1/2 “)thick cement concrete flooring of 40sqm (400sqft) require 5 masons, 4 beldars, 3 mazdoors and 1 bhisti per day for mixing laying and finishing.


 

I) Finishing :-

 

1) Plastering with any mortar 12mm (5”) thick – 3 masons, 3 mazdoors and 1 bhisti can plaster 40sqm (400a  ft) per day.

2)White washing or colour washing (3 coats) – 1 white washer and 1 mazdoor can do 60sqm (600sqft) per day.

3)    Painting two coats such as chocolate, red, grey, etc on wood are steel –3

Painters and 2 mazdoors can paint 10sqm (100sqft) per day.


 

LOAD FOR A TWO –BULLOCKS CART

 

 

 

Quantity or Number

Sl#

Particulars of materials

On Kachcha Road

On Pucca Road

  1.  

Brick 19 cm x 9cm x 9cm

275nos

400nos

  1.  

Brick ballast

0.85 cum (30cuft)

1.10 cum (40cuft)

  1.  

Stone ballast

0.70 cum (25 cuft)

1.00 cum (35cuft)

  1.  

Kankar

0.85 cum (30cuft)

1.10 cum (40cuft)

  1.  

Sand surkhi

0.85 cum (30cuft)

1.10 cum (40cuft)

  1.  

Lime

1.10 cum (40cuft)

1.40 cum (50cuft)

  1.  

Tiles Allahabad or Mangalore

275nos

400nos

  1.  

Cement

15bags

20 bags

  1.  

Steel

0.75 tonne

1 tonne

 

Note; A bullock ……..carry about one tonne load.  The average speed for a bullock cart may be taken as 3.20km (2 units) per hour and ¾ hour may be allowed for loading and unloading.  Taking 8 hours working per day, the number of trips per day, can be calculated.


 

LOAD FOR TRUCKS

 

ON PUCCA METALLED ROAD –

 

Trucks3 tonners       5 tonners8 tonners diesel truck

 

Brick or Allahbad tiles or

Mangalore tiles1000nos        1500nos2000nos

 

Cement, steel and other

Heavy materials 3 tonne         5 tonne8 tonne

 

Other materials –

Ballast, Kankar, grit

Sand coal, etc., 2.8cum         4.20cum5.6cum

(100cuft)       (150cuft)(200cuft)

 

On kachcha earthen road the load will be less by 33 per cent.

 



MATERIALS FOR DIFFERENT ITEMS OF WORKS

 

The requirement of materials for different items of works is as given below:-

 

Sl#

Particulars

Quantity

 

1.       

Bricks (9” x 4 ½ “ x3” or 20 cm x 10cm x 10cm nominal size) for brick work

1350 nos for 100cuft

50000 nos per % cum (500nos.per cum)

2.       

Dry mortar for brick work 30%

30cuft for 100 cuft

30cum for 100 cum

3.       

Stone for rubble stone masonry 125%

125cuft for 100 cuft

125cum for 100 cum

4.       

Dry mortar for rubble stone masonry 42%

42cuft for 100 cuft

42cum for 100 cum

5.       

Bricks for brick ballast for lime concrete

1050cuft for 100 cuft

37000cum for 100 cum

6.       

Brick bats or brick ballast for lime concrete

150cuft for 100 cuft

150cum for 100 cum

7.       

Brick ballast for lime concrete

100cuft for 100 cuft

100cum for 100 cum

 

 

 

 

Sl#

Particulars

Quantity

 

8.       

Dry mortar for lime concrete I foundation and floor 35%

35cuft for 100cuft

35cum for 100 cum

9.       

Dry mortar for lime concrete in roof terracing 45%

45cuft for 100cuft

45cum for 100 cum

10.    

Materials for cement concrete 1:2:4

 

 

 

Ballast or grit 88%

88cuft for 100cuft

88cum for 100 cum

 

Sand 44%

44cuft for 100cuft

44cum for 100 cum

 

Cement 22%

22cuft for 100cuft

22cum (60 bags)for 100 cum

11.    

Materials for 2.5cm (1”)cc 1:2:4 floor

 

 

 

Stone grit

8cuft for 100sqft

2.40cum for 100 cum

 

Sand

4cuft for 100sqft

1.20cum for 100 cum

 

Cement

2 ¼cuft (2 bags) for 100cuft

0.08cum (24 bags)for 100 cum

12.    

Bricks for R B work

1200 nos for 100cuft

42000nos/% cum(420 mps.[er ci,)

13.    

Dry mortar for R B work 45%

45cuft for 100cuft

45cum for 100 cum

14.    

Dry mortar for 12mm (1/2) plastering

6cuft for 100sqft

2.00cum for 100 sqm

15.    

Dry mortar for pointing in brickwork

2cuft for 100sqft

0.60cum for 100 sqm

16.    

Lime for white washing one coat

1kg for 100sqft

10kg for 100 sqm

17.    

Dry distemper for ist coat

0.65 kg for 100sqft

6 ½ kg for 100 sqm

18.    

Dry distemper for 2nd coat

0.50 kg for 100sqft

5kg for 100 sqm

19.    

Snow-Cem for Ist coat

3kg for 100sqft

30kg for 100 sqm

20.    

Snow-Cem for 2nd coat

2kg for 100sqft

20kg for 100 sqm

21.    

Paint ready mixed for painting one coat

1/3gl.for 100sqft

10ltr for 100 sqm

22.    

Paint (stiff) for painting one coat

1kg for 100sqft

10kg for 100 sqm

23.    

Bricks (20 x 10 x 10cm) for brick floor or half brick wall

500 nos for 100sqft

5000nos.for 100sqm

24.    

Dry mortar for brick floor or half brick wall

12cuft for 100sqft

3.20 cum for 100 sqm

25.    

Bricks (9” x 4 ½ “ x3”) for brick flat work

350 nos for 100sqft

3500nos.for 100sqm

26.    

Dry mortar for brick flat floor

8cuft for 100sqft

2.25cum for 100 cum

27.    

Bricks (9” x 4 ½ “ x3”) required for honey comb wall

325 nos for 100sqft

3250 nos.for 100sqm

28.    

Dry mortar for honey comb wall

8cuft for 100sqft

2.5cum for 100 cum

29.    

Materials for 2cm (3/4”)thick damp proof course of 1:2 cement mortar

 

 

 

Cement

3cuft (2.5bags) for 100sqft

0.90cum (27 bags)for 100 cum

 

Sand

6cuft for 100sqft

1.80cum for 100 cum

 

Compound or impermo @ 1kg per bag of cement

2.5kg for 100sqft

27kg for 100 sqm

30.    

Materials for 2.5cm (1”)cc 1:1 ½ :3 damp proof course

 

 

 

Stone grit

8cuft for 100sqft

2.25cum for 100 cum

 

Sand coarse

4cuft for 100sqft

1.13cum for 100 cum

 

Cement

2 ½ cuft (2 ½ bags) for 100sqft

0.75cum for (221/2bags)for100 cum

 

Compound or impermo @ 1kg per bag of cement

21/2 kg for 100sqft

22½  kg for 100 sqm

31.    

Bitumen or asphalt for painting on D P C or on roof – 1st coat

15 kg for 100sqft

150 kg for 100 sqm

 

2nd coat

10 kg for 100sqft

100 kg for 100 sqm

32.    

G G I sheet for roof

128sqft for 100sqft

128 sqmfor 100sqm

33.    

A G corrugated sheet for roof

115sqft for 100sqft

115 sqmfor 100sqm

34.    

Timber for paneled door shutter 4cm (1 ½”) thick

15cuft for 100sqft

4.5 cum for 100 cum

35.    

Timber for battend door shutter 4cm (1 ½”) thick

13cuft for 100sqft

4.0 cum for 100 cum

36.    

Timber for paneled & glazed shutter 4cm (1 ½”) thick

11cuft for 100sqft

3.0 cum for 100 cum

 

Timber for fully glazed shutter 4cm (1 ½”) thick

8cuft for 100sqft

2.0 cum for 100 cum

 

 
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kamal pancheshwar
By kamal pancheshwar -  On  9/29/2010 4:21:51 PM
About building construction
 
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Thanks for the information. Can I get some info on house building, materials required, mazdur rates which will help a layman to get an idea
 
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outurn shown seems to be very low and labour cost will be un manageable
 
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Good work
 
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Nice and useful to every Civil Engineer.
 
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By Anonymous - On 4/21/2010 9:36:17 AM
It is usful no doubt, But it can be made more knowledgable as there are many Construction Items are missing i.e. shuttering work for foundation, column, slab, wall, Flooring work, structure work , sheeting work, etc.
 
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Excellent work, & can save time of civil people
 
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Thanks for the excellent guideline and indicating numbers

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thanks again - this is excellent
 
PRAKASH SHARMA
By PRAKASH SHARMA -  On  1/19/2009 12:22:06 PM
Really great effort. If we can publish the current Rates of these artisan of different areas that will also be very useful
 
Kailash Grover
By Kailash Grover -  On  1/15/2009 12:29:30 PM
very helpful, pl write more, people need such information,thx for your effort.
 
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