Feb 26, 2021

Rate Analysis of M20 Grade Concrete (Manual and RMC)

M20 Concrete Rate Analysis

In India this grade of concrete is using mostly for Road as well as Footing, Raft foundation, trimix flooring, etc., as well as this grade of concrete, is mostly using in rural areas where low housing projects are done and also used in some private home. 

But mostly using for the road was in some highway projects in some urban cities, as well as using for small concrete roads in metro and urban areas,  the reason behind to use this grade for the road is this concrete produce low heat of hydration than other higher-grade concrete. and this concrete has a lower low cost than other higher-grade concrete. easy to mixing like other normal grade concrete as well as no need to mixing any costly admixtures and after following the simple process we can easily achieve the strength. this is very easy to repair when using on the road.

Now in this session, we are going to understand the Rate analysis of M20 Grade Concrete.

Requirements to Make M20 Grade Concrete.

1. Cement 53 Grade OPC - Rs. 235.00 Per Bag
2. Crush Sand - Rs. 3000.00 Per Brass
3. 10mm Metal - Rs. 2500.00 Per Brass
4. 20mm Metal - Rs. 2500.00 Per Brass
5. Concrete Admixtures - Rs. 72.00 Per Liter
6. Construction Water - Rs. 0.08 Per Liter (Water Tanker 10000 Liter - Rs.800.00)

The above rates are current market rates which can be changed as per market condition in your area, as well as rates depends on the distance between your site and quarry location.

In the following table, you can see the rate analysis of M20 Grade Concrete with its standard constant, The constant may be little change as per your material quality and dry density of your raw material, which is we can found in the mix design report. 

The above rate, analysis is for Manual mixing of M20 Grade, which required Concrete mixer at the site as well as the arrangement of Electricity, Water, area for the dry material stock, and extra labor for concrete raw material loading in mixture machines.

In another way, M20 Grade concrete is using in large quantity while concreting roads, therefore we should using their Ready-mix Concrete. this is very convenient for large quantity because manual mixing and placing is a very hard job it requires more time, as well as need to arrange all other facilities to labors as well as need to work late at night, but after doing all this output is not compare with ready mix concrete and manual mixing concrete, therefore, we are suggesting here when you have large quantities of concrete you should always use ready mix concrete.

Here we are giving the rate analysis of Ready Mix Concrete (RMC) M20 Grade concrete.

Overheads like Plant and Machinery, water and electricity charges will depend on actual site condition it will maybe vary.

If you want excel soft copy with the formula of this rate analysis you can request us on mail director.cbec@gmail.com 

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Feb 25, 2021

Rohit Enterprises- Interior Work Desine


For Furniture, Civil work, Painting, Painting, Polishing Work,Plaster of paris work, Gypsum Partition and Ceiling, Aluminium Window & Partition, Tile and Marble Work, Fabrication Work,Carpentry Services Etc.

Address: 1, Jayshri Singh, Sahakar Road, Vile Parle (east), Mumbai 400057.

Workshop: Rajpat singh Chawl, Tejpal scheme Road no5, Vile Parle (east), Mumbai 400057.

Workshop: Lokmanya Chawl Commiti, Vadari Pada, Near Vishwakarma Mandir, Kandivali (East), Mumbai.

Specialized In Interior Work Of

Residence, Bungalow, Villas.

Hotel, Restaurants, Bar.

Auto Showroom (2 & 4Wheeler)

Bank, Spa, Saloon,

Office, Clubhouse, Resorts

Lobby and Lounge

Custom Furniture.

Call Centre, Mobile Shop.

Banquet Halls

Pre-Functions Areas.

Suits Rooms

Wooden Doors and Window

Aluminum Sliding windows & Partition

Pre Qualification Details

1. Processes, system and knowledge: Cost:
Through our highly experienced team of Architects and Interior Designers and other Project Staff, detailed cost budgets are worked out, segregated on the basis of cost center allocated under four major heads i.e.wood and Hardware procurement, carpentry, polishing and civil works. Each cost budget center is then assigned a budget allocation in terms of time and finance. Each budget center is then identified with each budget head who is expected to collect cost relevant to his cost center and report variance periodically.

Program: Head of the coat center as explained above is assisted by employees specializing in the area of his function related to the coast Participation of Finance Department. A flow chart is devised which is then circulated amongst all the functional heads, keeping all the functional staff apprised of their activates.

Information Management:
A co-ordination committee comprising of Departmental / functional Heads periodically meets to take stock of the various activities and process of work; corrective action is taken whenever so required. Financial and coast reports are vetted accordingly. Weekly meetings are conducted on intra-department and intra site /project basis and minutes meetings are sent to the coordination committee for their information, assessment, review and necessary action.

Quality Management :
Our highly experienced personal take due care at all stage of execution of the work, starting with procurement, shop floor level and execution of the work at site so as to comply with the requirements of the clients as enumerated in the tender documents.

The work on site :
Normally, a suitable qualified Engineer, ably assisted by an experienced team is placed at site. The site is appraised of the status of goods sent to the site for actual execution / installation. The goods are mainly sent to site in semi-finished state, except for loose furniture which is sent fully finished and certain item like plaster of Paris work which are carried out directly at site. Weekly reports on the progress of work as also financial reports are sent to the office. The inspection and any required testing of the finishing product both at work and on site give details of what object evidence you will supply to confirm the product meets the agreed requirements.

Projects Completed

1 Wasan Inn, Nashik.
Architech- Tushar shirodkar.

2 Wasan Ford, Nashik.
Architech- Tushar Shirodkar.

3 Wasan Automobile, Nashik. Furniture&Glass
Architech- Tushar Shirodkar

4 Wasan Toyota, Nashik.
Architech- Tushar shirodkar

5 Ganesh Transport, Mumbai Office. Furniture & Civil work.

6 Vijayan Automobile
Furniture & Civil Work
Architech- Tushar Shirodkar

O Kunal Motors
(Honda 2 Wheeler)
Furniture & Civil work

8 Partik Motors
(Royal enfield)
Furniture & Civil work

9 GulshanRai
(Film Producer)
Interior Work.
Sunil Jasani

10 Rajiv Rai
Interior Work
Sunil Jasani

11 Thakkar Restraints
Furniture Work

12 Wasan Toyota Sanpada
Furniture Work
Ajay Vishwakarma

13 Wasan Toyota Govandi
Furiture Work Ajay Vishwakarma

14 Wasan Toyota Panvel Furniture Work
15 Wasan Toyota Turbhe Furniture Work

16 Wasan Banglow (K.K
Furniture Work
17 Tarun Wasan (Doplex Flat) Furinutre Work
18 Wasan Ford Chembur Furniture &Pop Ajay
19 Wasan Motors Chembur Furniture Work
20 Wasan Motors MarineLines Furniture Work
21 Wasan Motors Kandivali Furniture Work
22 Wasan Motors Borivali Furniture Work
23 Janata Sahkari Bank Furniture & Civil
24 Sanjay Sathey Furniture Work
25 Jainson (Marble
Showroom) Banglore
Interior Work Kalpesh Vaidya
26 Relinace Digital Thane Total Interior

27 Reliance Petro
Solapur,Pune, Kalyan,
Furniture Work.
28 Dilip Udani Mumbai Flat FunitureWork Sunil Jasani
29 A.D shah duflex flat Funiture work Nozer Wadia
30 Girnar Tea Jogeshwari Furniture Work Tushar Shirodkar
31 Girnar Tea Andheri Furniture Work Tushar Shirodkar
32 Girnar Tea Goregaon Furniture Work Tushar Shirodkar
33 Girnar Tea Malad Furniture work Tushar Shirodkar
34 Girnar Tea Borivali Furniture Work Tushar Shirodkar
35 Lee & Muirhead Fort Furniture Work
36 Lee & Muirhead Marol Furniture Work
37 Furnace Fabrica Taloja Interior Work
38 Mahindra & Mahindra Kurla Furniture Work
39 Bare Internationl Interior Work
40 Nmims Banglore Furniture work
41 Janki Jewellers Parle Furniture
42 Kothari & Associate(Jaipur) Furniture Work
43 Gen next(Renult showroom Ful rniture&Civil
44 Nikhil Automobile Furniture &Civil
45 Nishant Khade (Das
Interior Work


Name of Company:- Rohit enterprises
Name of Prop:-Kailash sharma
ADDRESS:-Shop No 5, Shankardarshan,
Ramchandra ext. Lane, Evershine
Nager, Malad (West), Mumbai 40064
TELEPHONE:- 9324654104
EMAIL:- skailash@email.com
WEB PAGE:- www.rohitenterprises.co.in

Feb 15, 2021

Rate Analysis of M15 Concrete - Site Mix And Ready Mix Concrete (RMC)

M15 Concrete Rate Analysis

Actually M15 grade concrete is generally using for Plain Cement Concrete (PCC). that means this grade is not using for reinforced concrete or not using in RCC.
because in M15 grade concrete cement contents are very low as well as strength is very low i.e. 15 N/Sq.mm. in 28 days and just 10 N/Sqmm in 7 days. therefore these low strengths type concrete is generally not using for Columns, Slab, Beam, Footing, Wall, etc. 

Sometimes this is using with reinforced in road work also in a rural area, as well as some private companies are trying to use M15 grade concrete in the road with reinforcement and doing finishing treatment like trimix flooring with broom finish on it. but due to low strength, it will be damaged in sone 3-5 years. and if there is heavy vehicle movement it will damage in just 1 year because it can't bear the load due to low strength.

Now In the last few years, we observed that on the local and small-scale construction sites there is not maintain a standard process of mixing as well a lot of engineers are not known the rate analysis of the M15 Concrete. therefore we are going to explain how to calculate rate analysis of M15 Concrete. which will be very easy to understand for the site engineer to process the work with standard norms to achieve the actually required strength of Concrete.

M15 Grade Concrete

Material Required with Rate and Units.

Cement - 53 Grade OPC - Rs. 235.00 /Bags
Crush Sand - Rs. 3000.00/ Brass
10mm Course Aggregate - Rs. 2500.00/ Brass
20mm Course Aggregate - Rs.2500.00/ Brass
Construction Water - Rs.0.080.00/Litres

Labour Required

M15 Concreting Work - Rs. 350.00/ Cum
M15 Concrete PCC Work (100mm thick) - Rs. 6.00/ Sqft i.e. Rs


Plant and Machinery - 2.5% On Material Charges
Water & Electricity Charges - 2.5% On Material Charges.

Here we have assumed all the overheads at the normal condition of work. it will be changed as per work specifications, location, transport of material, etc.

Please see the following charts where we are considered all rates, Constant of material required for 1 cubic meter concrete. 

In this attached photo we are considered the constants as per mix design. it will be little change as per change in material quality and location of the material. as well as the rate will be changed as per locations.

The rate of Ready Mix Concrete (RMC) will be changed as per the location of the Plant, location of the site, type of concrete. If the distance of the site is more then need to add admixtures to keep concrete workable. 
But we should keep in mind that the Concrete in Ready-mix Concrete Mixture will be unloaded and placed within 30 min from loading. and if an admixture added to it it should be unloaded within 90min.

you can also prepare this sheet in excel to calculate the actual rate.
If you want to this excel sheet with all formulas please send us a mail on director.cbec@gmail.com with minimum charges. you can get the data after sending the list of items and our team will respond to you as per your requirement.

CBEC India

Feb 3, 2021

Breaker : The eraser of construction Industry

Concrete Breaker 

From last few years, the speed of construction industry is increased, that means working becomes very fast, where an invented lot of new types of machinery, new technologies are helpful to fast working.

In between can, we can not avoid that use of breaker is rapidly increased, It is really shocking, but it is true and we can run away from it.

After working in the 20th century every industry are using modern technology to work perfectly, work smooth, work in good quality, on-time completion, etc. and it is a good thing that all are trying to become familiar with new technologies, but every coin has another side and our industries another side has dark truth.

It is very shameful to say that after using new technologies, we are using a lot of amount on breaking the structure, yes it is true.

In some construction organizations, there are starting to considering the cost of breaking work.

Yes, there is a lot of reasons to use the breaker on site. like changes in drawing, increase in structure as per new rules, joint in new and old construction, mistakes done by engineers, contractors, and labors, etc. 

But the real thing is the use of a breaker is not a good sign we will see the history of a hand breaker.

It was invented in 1849 by Jonathon Coach. and chisel-shaped head invented nearly 1942 by William Mcreavy and sold the patent Charles Brady king of Detroit, Michigan. the first-hand breaker is called a jackhammer which is powered by compressed air after some time is powered by an electric motor.

after that Greman company is invented a hydraulic hammer in 1967. now this company is known as Atlas Copco. and this hammer is known as a Hydraulic breaker.

There are some Top 5 companies breakers are available.
1. Bosch GSH 2000W 29.5kg 1000bpm
2. DeWalt 110V 10Kg breaker
3. Bosch GSH 500 5Kg Breaker
4. Hilti  Te 1000 12.5kg Breaker
5. Bosch GSH 11E Breaker

There is some mini breaker are available. there are a lot of other companies breakers are available in the market with very low price. there are various types of brands, models, as well as all brands, are providing a wide range of breakers and available in 2kg to 30kg weight and power by Electric which is very convenient to use on construction site.

The next range is Compressed type breakers and Hydraulic breakers, those types of breakers are using for heavy concrete breaking, hard rock breaking, demolition of buildings, or old structures, etc.  

Compression Breakers

Compression breakers are power by air pressure, those breakers are manual and heavy to use. those breakers are commonly mounted on tractors. need skilled people to handle this breaker.

These breakers are used to break hard rock, concrete, etc. where the use of hydraulic breaker not possible due to access of road, height, under the buildings, etc. 

Compressor breakers have less vibration due to this they can be easily used near the structure. but need to use this carefully.

Hydraulic Breaker

Hydraulic breakers have more power than all the breakers that can be attached to excavator machines. those are generally used to break the hard rock. demolition of buildings, etc. This breaker can be handle only by skilled machine operators. the vibrations of the hydraulic breakers are very high and can be dangerous to the building if it works very close to the building.

Electric Breakers

This is very commonly used in the construction industry, those are powered by electric power, easy to handle, lightweight, available in the budget, anyone can operate, parts are easily available in the market. This breaker is using to cleaning the concrete surface, breaking the wall while doing interior work, need to break the existing work which is change by drawing changes, decision changes by the drawing, etc.

Hand breakers are upgraded as per new technology but there is another bad sign the use of breaker is increased, that means the mistakes are increased as well as we can say supervision needs to improve. because We are working with improved technology and with this we are doing those types of silly mistakes and always using breaker on-site and damage the structure, covering the mistakes without taking proper approval from respected consultants. no one is looking and focus on this serious issue. If there are such mistake happens on-site and breakers are using on-site there is the bad quality sign. 

In general construction projects during plumbing work and waterproofing work. during RCC work Consultants are recommended to use Sleeves for plumbing lines but on actual site condition, there is big negligence observed. Sleeves are placed but many times those are filled by concrete as well as the position is changed. those silly mistakes are done on-site. another work is waterproofing work while waterproofing work there always needs to put spout pipe at the bottom of waterproofing but actually, there is no one much serious to keep the sleeves for this spout pipe, there is always using breakers and breaking the beams open the main steel of beams and pass this pipe from it and cover it by normal mortar instead of rich mortar.
While using the breaker there are happening huge mistakes on-site and the sad thing is that senior staff is also ignoring this to keep the speed of work instead to keep the quality maintain on site.

We are requesting to all the engineers and contractors regarding using of breakers, you can use it but do not avoid the quality instead of keeping the speed maitain on the. if you are trying to do your work the first time clear and accurate there is be very fewer chances to use the breakers. 

Please don't do the following things while using breakers.

In Buildings
1. Do not touch the concrete structure.
2. Do not open the steel on the concrete structure.
3. Do not pass the pipes from the concrete structure without sleeves which are placed at the time of concreting.
4. Do not use breakers near glass window or glass partition. vibrations can break the glass.

Remember breakers is the updated technology but we need to avoid the breakers because all are using this to erase our mistakes instead to do work accurate.


CBEC India