Help! quantity surveying uni work- Measurement and Cost

NEED HELP WITH UNI WORK! Due thursday uk time 10am

Provide answers to the following questions. These questions are similar to those completed in the workshop sessions but applied to a different project.

The focus of this coursework is the use of dimension paper and your accuracy of quantification. For each question, you need to identify the actual quantity of material required, and then use the information provided to answer the questions.

All work is to be completed on dimension paper. All costing works are to be completed in the waste column ONLY – no costing is to be in the dimension columns.

The following exercises shall be done with reference to the following drawing:

Drawing: 559/01 and 559/02 – Proposed four bedroom house

[login to view URL] owner wishes to replace the old skirting and the coving in both the Lounge and Dining room. Calculate the cost of buying the skirting boards and coving, using the following information :-

[login to view URL] skirting boards are available in 2.4m lengths, a pack of four costs £25.00

[login to view URL] coving are available in 3.0m lengths, cost per length is £5.00

[login to view URL] a 10% wastage on any materials.

[login to view URL] all single door openings are 910mm wide.

[login to view URL] all double door openings are 1820mm wide.

[login to view URL] door width is on the drawing.

(18 Marks)

[login to view URL] floor of the kitchen is to be finished with marble effect floor tiles, each measuring 300mm x 300mm.

[login to view URL] there are 10 tiles in a pack, calculate the number of packs required.

[login to view URL] cost of one pack is £25, labour cost is £15 per m2, calculate the cost of tiling the kitchen floor.

[login to view URL] a 10% wastage on any materials.

[login to view URL] under all kitchen units.

(18 Marks)

[login to view URL] owner wants to replace the floor finishes in Bedrooms 1 & 2 and they have two options; either use softwood floor boards or chipboard flooring. Help them find out which is the cheaper option using the following information :-

[login to view URL] cost £15 for a pack. One pack covers an area of 1.71m2. Cost of labour is £13 per m2.

[login to view URL] sheet of chipboard costs £8. One sheet covers an area of 1.44m2. Labour cost is £5.50 per m2

[login to view URL] a 10% wastage on any materials.

[login to view URL] not measure into the wardrobes for this task.

[login to view URL] that the wardrobe projection in both rooms is 100mm.

(18 Marks)

[login to view URL] internal wall and ceiling surfaces for Bedrooms 1 & 2 require a coat of emulsion paint. Calculate the area for the painting works. Measure the ceilings separate to all the walls and make sure you clearly identify each rooms measurements, as well as the totals.

[login to view URL] all single door openings are 2100 x 910mm

[login to view URL] all double door openings are 2100 x 1820mm

[login to view URL] sizes are on the drawing.

[login to view URL] not measure into the wardrobes for this task (but do paint the wall around the wardrobe door).

(13 Marks)

[login to view URL] owner wishes to replace the roof covering on their house.

[login to view URL] the area of roof tiling to the main house.

[login to view URL] a 300mm overhang on the eaves

[login to view URL] that using 600 x 300mm slates with a 75mm lap gives a coverage of 12.5 slates per m2, calculate how many slates will be required.

[login to view URL] a waste allowance of 5%

[login to view URL] the dorma window and the porch (assume the roof has two simple uninterrupted pitches)

(19 Marks)