Estimation and Evaluation of G+3 Residential Building

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Mr. Tejesh Bhalekar, Mr. Akshay Jadhav, Mr. Satish Gupta, "Estimation and Evaluation of G+3 Residential Building", VIVA-IJRI Volume 1, Issue 4, Article 236, pp. 1-4, 2021. Published by Computer Engineering Department, VIVA Institute of Technology, Virar, India.


Any construction project to begin with starts with the Layout of the building or structure followed by Design and Analysis of the structure which is succeeded by cost estimation and planning for the said project. This project involves the layout, design, analysis, planning and cost estimation of a G+3 residential building located in Bhiwandi. The layout of the proposed G+3 residential building is based on a plot of size 18X15M. Previously the plot was being used as a commercial complex, but according to the new plan it will be used as a multi-storied residential building. The ground floor of the building will be used as parking while the remaining 3 floors will be divided into 6 apartments each having an area of 2BHK & 1BHK 60.97sqm & 48.25sqm. Each apartment is of 2BHK and 1BHK configuration.


Beam, Columns, Design, Analysis, Structure, Wind load, Shear force, bending moment and Axial force.


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