KIC000006 - i~ ConE 421 Construction Estimating Fall 2010...

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i ~ Fall 2010 Points - 50 Masonry Estimating Date: October 19, 2010 Due: October 26,2010 ConE 421 - Construction Estimating Using the plans and specifications for the First American Bank and the Means Building Construction Cost Data, complete the following problem. List any assumptions you make. Develop a cost estimate (excluding overhead and profit) for all exterior and interior masonry (including bricks, limestone, and brick sills, etc.). Show quantities and costs by locations, such as Elevator shafts Exterior walls Include: ~ / - Mortar,~/ Joint reinforcing Cavity insulation /' eMU block and brick, stone ,,/ Temporary formwork and shores Cleaning and pointing v' '- ,~ h'-\.te>ts. V c:;.'IIl\S ./
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Estimating considerations for Masonry lab Brick: Size of modular brick: 3-1/2 to 3-5/8" thick by 2-1/4" high to 7-5/8" long Block: One-half running bond with vertical joint in each course centered on units in courses above and below. Fill cores in hollow
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course CON E 421 taught by Professor Jaselskis during the Fall '10 term at Iowa State.

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