CNET 1160 Group Project

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1 CNET 1160 Group Project 1 Group 2 Michael Simon Ray Sumaya Abraham Jones Samir Aldhurais
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2 Table of contents Foundations 3 LATH & PLASTER (INTERIOR) 9 Scratch Coat 12 Brown Coat 15 Finish Coat 16 Wallboard 18 Roofing 21 Materials 22 Tools 22 Quality & Safety 22 Gypsum Board 23 Materials 23 Tools 24 Quality & Safety 24 Sewer 24 Tools 25 Quality and safety 25 Refrigeration 26 Materials 26 Tools 26 Quality & Safety 26 Electrical Underground 27 Materials 27 Tools 27 Quality and safety 27 Work Cited 29
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3 FOUNDATIONS: - Ray Sumaya Before we begin, our team receives the floor plans for our 10ft x 10ft building. We then proceed to excavate the building site , making sure that we shape the landscape in a proper way that is up to code per the city of Denton’s specifications. This includes the proper setback issued by the county which is a minimum of 5 meters. This step should take no more than two days to complete. Once we finish excavating, the footings are installed following the floor plans of the building, including the rebar necessary for structural reinforcement. (Image 1) Note: After the footings are installed, we bring in an inspector to make sure that everything including measurements, are up to code. Afterward, concrete is poured into a mould within the cleared earth inside of the footings. And the concrete is then vibrated, broomed to finish, cured, and are then punctured to create space for utilities and power lines. Finally, foundation walls are built out of concrete using snap tie forms with a minimum thickness of 6 inches, in order to provide a strong foundation for the rest of the project. These walls are made by creating a wooden frame surrounding the rebar and creating a sort of “shell.” Afterward, we will then use a concrete hose to pour the concrete into the wooden frames, and then proceed with the concrete curing process. Materials:
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4 -Concrete-Steel -Concrete Blocks-Wood Tools: Shovels-Wheelbarrows-Pickaxe-Electric Drill-Circuit saw-Concrete vibrator-Groover Safety Precautions: Standard personal protective equipment is to be worn at all times including: construction helmet, boots, vest, gloves and protective eyewear Do not pour concrete until inspector approves, signs, and dates above items WEATHERPROOFING Do not backfill until inspector approves, signs, and dates above item CONCRETE SLAB FLOOR Electrical (Groundwork) - When dealing with Electricity, the contractor should consult the National Electric Safety Code or some other credible Safety organization. In order to provide electricity to a building, a main source of power must be located. Finding a source is often accomplished by using the a local power grid, or a nearby panelboard (if it belongs to the owner.) The latter being a quick process- taking only a few minutes, and requiring knowledge or plans of the house.
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  • Fall '19
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  • Occupational safety and health, Portland cement, gypsum board, brown coat

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