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OVERVIEW Of Project: Commercial Construction Technology – You are the General Contractor and have been awarded a lump-sum contract to build Midland Medical Centre on behalf of your Client, YYZ Medical Holdings Inc.

OVERVIEW Of Project: Commercial Construction Technology – You are the General Contractor and have been awarded a lump-sum contract to build Midland Medical Centre on behalf of your Client, YYZ Medical Holdings Inc.

Group Project 1 – Instructions

  1. Evaluation:

 

Per the Course Outline, this group project is worth 15% of your overall grade for the course.

Part A: 30 points

Part B: 25 points

Part C: 45 points

Total: 100 points = 15% of your final grade for the course

  1. Submission:

 

Students are to work in groups, up to a maximum of four (4) students per team. One assignment is to be submitted per student team. Students in each team will receive the same grade.

Submission shall be in one (1) PDF file. Multiple files (.doc, .xls, etc.) can be converted to PDF and electronically stapled into one file using Adobe Acrobat Professional or Bluebeam software. All drawings must be formatted in the same size as the templates provided to students (all 11×17”).

All submissions shall be accompanied by a standard cover sheet for the course, which includes: (a) authorship of each part of the assignment, and (b) a declaration of academic integrity.

  1. Statement of Academic Integrity:

 

All students must review the Academic Integrity Policy posted on Blackboard. Students will be required to sign a declaration that they have conformed to this policy.

The declaration will include but not be limited to:

  • No collaboration between student groups. Each group of three students must produce its own work.
  • Students must confirm that they have not emailed or otherwise shown their work to other student groups.
  • Students must confirm that they have not copied/pasted anything from the Internet (or other sources), nor paraphrased any material without proper citations/references.

 

Note that a breach of academic integrity will automatically result in a grade of zero for all group members.

 

 

 

  1. Deadline:

Group projects to be submitted on or before Sunday, October 25, 2020 by 11:59 pm. Projects must be submitted via Blackboard. BLDG 2204 Pg 2 of 4 Group Project #1

 

  1. Background:

 

You are the General Contractor and have been awarded a lump-sum contract to build Midland Medical Centre on behalf of your Client, YYZ Medical Holdings Inc.

You have learned that Toronto Water has subcontracted their service connection works to a company named SewMainCo Inc. As you know these service connections typically terminate at the property line. However, you as the GC contacted SewMainCo and asked them to submit a price to do the additional site servicing works on the private property of Midland Medical Centre, outside of the building but within the property liens. The submitted tender price and scope were suitable, and so you awarded the site servicing work on private property to SewMainCo.

Therefore, on this project, one trade (SewMain Co Inc.) will be completing the sewer and watermain work both on city property (in Midland Avenue), as well as on the private property of Midland Medical Centre.

The Client is concerned with safety during site servicing works, as well as proper methods used to tie into the existing site services on their property. Accordingly, they have asked you to submit a Construction Work Method Statement. (In real life, this would be created by the GC with a great deal of input by the Subcontractor, and sometimes created solely by the Sub).

In the period around 2-3 months prior to work starting on site, your project management team is working on scopes of work for tender and award of Subcontracts to your various Subcontractors. One of the first Subcontracts to be issued is the work package for Excavation & Backfilling, so you will complete this among the first of your SOWs.

During this time you are also planning your work by creating numerous staging plans, to figure out the sequence of the work, plan for site access & protection, and test the viability of different equipment to be used for the project.

  1. Requests for Information (RFIs):

 

Student teams may ask questions regarding the project to the Instructor using a standard RFI template. Both student RFIs and the Instructor’s RFI responses will be posted to Blackboard, and shared with all student teams in the class.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Requirements:

 

For each of the Parts A, B, and C below, refer to the supplementary instructions posted to Blackboard in the Group Project #1 folder for additional instructions and/or examples.

  • Part A – Construction Work Method Statement: Sanitary Sewer [30 POINTS]

 

Create a Construction Work Method Statement with all of the following sub-sections to describe how you will safely complete the site servicing works for the project, focusing on the installation of the proposed storm sewer system only. BLDG 2204 Pg 3 of 4 Group Project #1

 

You must include the entire storm system from Midland Medical Centre to its connection in the existing storm sewers under Midland Avenue. Include both storm chambers in your Method Statement, including Control MH1 and the “Oil-Grit Separator”. However, you may omit the rest of the stormwater management system north of MH1 (including the MC3500 units stormwater chamber units).

You may also omit the method statements on the sanitary sewer and domestic water system. We will simplify this project to just include the storm system.

As resources you will use drawing SG-01, the materials from the in-lab activity, lecture slides, and lecture notes.

To reiterate, we will assume that one trade (SewMainCo) will install the entire storm sewer system, both on city property and on private property. So, when you refer to specific chamber sizes and depths, pipe lengths, diameters, slopes, etc., these should be the full pipe runs both on city and private property.

  • Description of Work
  • Work Sequence
  • Use a numbered list. For each step, ensure you include a description of the labour, materials, and equipment required to complete the step.
  • Resources.
    • This section summarizes the resources you listed within each step above, including: o Supervision
    • o Labour
    • o Materials
    • o Equipment
  1. Significant Hazards & Associated Control Measures.
  • Use a table format so it is clear to see how each hazard is properly controlled.
  1. Personal Protective Equipment

 

 

  • Part B – Scopes of Work: Excavation & Backfilling [25 POINTS]

 

You will write a contract scope of work (SOW) statement for the Excavation & Backfilling work package. In the real-world construction industry, SOWs are written first at the tender stage and included with tender packages to bidders; once a Subcontract scope and price are agreed upon, the SOW is included in the Subcontract and defines the contract responsibilities that the Subcontractor must fulfill.

To create these SOWs, you will use content from the lectures, lecture notes, lab activities, and quizzes (with quiz feedback). There will also be real-industry SOW examples provided on Blackboard. The purpose of this is to integrate the content from all of the above learning activities, and practice writing real industry documents. You should NOT search for SOWs on the Internet and copy/paste or paraphrase the content. BLDG 2204 Pg 4 of 4 Group Project #1

 

 

  1. Part C – Sequencing & Staging Plan for Below-Grade Concrete Works [45 POINTS] i. Sequencing & Staging Plan
  2. Assumptions/Calculations
  • Equipment Submittal

 

Provide a Sequencing & Staging Plan using the provided 11×17 template for the Below-Grade Construction phase, focusing the site setup and sequence of the concrete works. Submit a document with all assumptions & calculations you made in creating the staging & sequencing plan, including work rate calculations. Also provide a cut sheet for the boom truck or mobile crane and concrete pump you are planning on using to complete the concrete works.

  1. References:

 

The vast majority of content for this assignment should come from lectures, lecture notes, lab activities, quizzes and the associated quiz feedback, class discussions, and class RFIs.

Any material taken from outside these course materials must be correctly cited in APA format, both within the body of your paragraphs or bullet points, and also included in a separate references page.

Some examples:

  • In Part B you will review the Specs from the Midland Medical Centre project. Anything you use from these Specs should be included in your references.
  • In Part C: Sequencing & Staging Plans you may include work rates from RS Means CostWorks. These must be included in your references.

 

PART A IN DEPTH

 

BLDG 2204 – Commercial Construction Technology

Group Project # 1 – Part A

Supplemental Instructions – Construction Work Method Statement

  1. Format

 

You must use the following format with all sub-sections (numbered i-v) and ensure you meet the requirements of each section as noted below.

  • Description of Work
  • This is a very brief summary statement of what the plan sets out.
  • Work Sequence
  • This is a numbered sequence, mirroring the sequence discussed in class lectures. However, you must add the labour, materials, and equipment required to each step.
  • For each numbered point, ensure you write in full sentences with a brief explanation of how the step is carried out, and make reference to the labour, materials, and equipment required to complete the step. Do not simply list the materials, labour, and equipment.
  • Make sure you reference: inverts; excavation depths; shoring or sloping/stepping excavation; chamber types, materials and sizes; pipe materials, diameters, lengths, slopes; connection points; equipment; names of the workers involved (e.g. pipe fitters, operators, labourers, etc.); supervision personnel; granular materials; etc.
  • Resources:
    • This is a summary list incorporating all the resources you noted in the Work Sequence. Provide a summary for each of the following:
    • o Supervision
    • o Labour
    • o Materials
    • o Equipment
  1. Significant Hazards & Associated Control Measures.
  • A Significant Hazard is something that could cause injury or bodily harm, or property damage. The Control Measure is the procedure taken to eliminate or reduce this risk.
  • Provide a minimum of five (5) hazards and control measures for the site servicing works.
  • The hazards and associated control measures shall be presented in table format so it is clear to see how each hazard is properly controlled.
  1. Personal Protective Equipment
  • A brief list of the PPE that workers must wear while conducting the site servicing works.

BLDG 2204 Pg 2 of 2 Group Project #1 Supplementary Instructions – Part A

 

 

  1. Drawings

 

Be sure to use the site servicing drawings by Cole Engineering Group for Midland Medical Centre to refer to invert depths. Also be sure to use the maintenance hole shop drawing provided in lab (OPSD 701.010) to help calculate depths to the bottom of excavation.

  1. External Resources & Examples

 

See further readings and examples for Construction Work Method Statements in the subsequent pages. These are taken from Cooke & Williams’ (2009) book, Construction Planning, Programming, and Control.

Note that the format in Cooke & Williams’ examples differ slightly than the requirements above for Group Project #1. For your work sequence, you are using a numbered list, and you must ensure that for each numbered item you clearly describe the labour, materials, and equipment required to complete that step. Therefore, your Work Method Statement will be much more detailed than the examples provided.

Also beware that since this was taken from a British publication, there are several terms that you should convert to Canadian industry terms. For example, plant, banksman, tipper wagons, and groundworkers are British terms. Some of the correct Canadian terminology for labour and/or supervision might include: pipefitter, labourer (e.g. to control grades, do backfill & compaction, etc.), machine operator, surveyor, field engineer. RS Means CostWorks may be able to help you identify the names of the crew members for site servicing work.

For your section on Significant Hazards & Control Measures, make sure to use a table so that an appropriate risk control is noted for each risk.

 

PART B IN DEPTH

Group Project # 1 – Part B

Supplemental Instructions – Scope of Work (SOW) Statements

  1. Overview

 

You will compose a scope of work (SOW) statement for Midland Medical Centre, for the Excavation & Backfilling work package. In the real-world construction industry, a SOW is written for each Subcontractor and the SOW becomes part of the Subcontract between General Contractor and the Subcontractor. Your SOW will define what and how the Excavation & Backfilling Subcontractor will complete all of their work related to the Midland project.

  1. General Guidelines on Writing a SOW Statement:

 

Scopes of Work (SOWs) outline a Subcontractor’s contract obligations.

It is recommended that you use a numbered list for each SOW section. It is recommended that you do NOT use a paragraph style.

You may begin each item in your numbered list with the phrase “Subcontractor shall…”.

A SOW statement should try to be both broad and specific. While this might seem paradoxical, we try to be broad/general so that we don’t accidentally forget an item. The phrase, “Including but not limited to” helps us be general while still listing some specific items. We also need to be specific about certain requirements, such as the amount of work space that the Excavation Sub will dig outside of the foundation walls, which facilitates formwork and waterproofing/drainage of the foundation walls.

If you were writing a SOW for the Site Servicing work package, your SOW might include the following items:

  1. Subcontractor shall supply and install all storm sewer work including but not limited to:
  2. Subcontractor shall supply and install all sanitary sewer work including but not limited to:
  3. Subcontractor shall supply and install all watermain work including but not limited to:
  4. Subcontractor shall supply and install all storm water management system work including but not limited to:
  5. Subcontractor shall coordinate all work according to the General Contractor’s schedule. • Do not include a work sequence in the SOW.
  • Do not include costs in the SOW.
  • You will mostly NOT include quantities of work to be completed in the SOW; generally, the SOW will say to complete everything on the drawings. Only when the Subcontractor must do things beyond what is shown in the drawings, then perhaps we indicate a

 

 

Items that are NOT included in an SOW Statement: BLDG 2204 Pg 2 of 3 Group Project #1 Supplementary Instructions – Part B

 

 

specific quantity. (e.g. specific amount of work space to excavate outside foundation wall).

 

 

  1. Specific Items for the Excavation & Backfilling SOW: • Comment on all of the labour, materials, and equipment required to complete the work.
  • Site preparation
  • Bulk & detail excavation
  • Backfilling
  • Trucking & Disposal
  • Layout. The GC pays for a Surveyor to provide layout control points and grades. However, the Subcontractor must use these points while excavating. Once the bulk excavation is complete, the Forming/Concrete trade contractor would provide layout for concrete structures, including below-grade structures such as footings as well as the SOG.
    • Site Servicing & Under-Slab Drains: the Excavation Subcontractor normally does NOT complete excavation for pipe trenches within the excavation for under-slab drainage, NOR for any of the site servicing work. o One main exception to this is the sump pit; as this is a cast-in-place structure, its detail excavation would be treated the same as the excavation for a concrete footing.
    • Address areas of interface between the Subcontractor and other trade contractors. o Think about how this Subcontractor must perform their work to facilitate the work of Others.
    • o Think about item(s) that another trade contractor must perform to facilitate the work of this Subcontractor.
    • Think of any temporary conditions that need to be built or constructed which are not on the drawings but which we know must get built in order for the work to be completed: o Safe methods for excavation o Safe methods for triaxle trucks to approach the site and enter the excavation o Access ramp (to access the excavation)
    • o Work space
    • o Temporary dewatering: groundwater is always expected during excavation; the GC needs the Excavator to dig temporary sump pits/trenches and the GC will use sump pumps to remove this water.
    • o Note for a project such as Midland, the GC would be responsible to set up site perimeter fencing and gates.
    • Exclusions. When we are 100% certain that another trade will perform a specific work item and this is relevant to the Subcontractor’s SOW, we may note that this is work “performed by Others”. However be careful, we don’t want to exclude too much in a contract. This is a balance you will find over time with experience.

 

  1. External Resources & Examples:

BLDG 2204 Pg 3 of 3 Group Project #1 Supplementary Instructions – Part B

 

  1. Specifications

The Specifications can often be helpful when writing an SOW. Recall that the Specs are another contract document, composed by the consultants (Architect, Mech. Eng., etc.). The SOW will reference relevant sub-sections from the Specs, which will contractually include these sections as part of the Subcontract. Therefore, the Specs should not be repeated in your SOW, however the Architect discusses points in the Specs that may frame your thinking on the SOW, or help you remember items you may have forgotten to comment on.

  • Read the Midland Medical Centre Specs sub-sections on “Aggregate Materials”, “Clearing & Grubbing”, “Soil Stripping & Stockpiling”, “Rough Grading”, “Excavation, Trenching, and Backfiling”, and “Granular Sub-Base”.
  • Reference these sub-section numbers in your SOW, similar to the examples by Menkes Developments provided on the Blackboard site.
  • Note that the Specifications are another contract document that describe the outcomes of the finished work, but not everything contained within a Specs section is necessarily part of a Subcontractor’s scope of work.
  • As the Specs indicate finished outcomes for the project, they are missing many temporary aspects of the work; e.g. layout, access ramp, work space, etc. These temporary aspects of the work are required to complete the work and must be included in your SOW.
  • Also note: No copy/paste allowed from the Specs. Anything you take from the Specs should be referenced in APA format and included in your references page.

 

  1. SOW Examples from Menkes Developments

On the Blackboard site, find attached two real SOW examples for the Masonry and

Carpentry work packages. These SOWs are from real GTA high-rise condo projects by Menkes Developments, and were provided as a courtesy to George Brown College for educational purposes.

You may adopt a similar format and approach as the Menkes examples, except you are writing an SOW specific to the Midland project and specific to Excavation & Backfilling.

The section called “GENERAL NOTES” with Notes 1 to 6 is a general section that Menkes includes with all SOWs. You do not need to include this section with your SOW; include only the specific section pertaining to Excavation & Backfilling. The General Notes section has been provided to you reference so you can see what real industry SOWs look like.

Part B EXAMPLE:

 

SCOPE OF WORK

To supply the labour, material and equipment to complete the CARPENTRY work as per Architectural Specifications Sections 01010 – General and Regulatory Requirements, 01030 – General Project Procedures, 01400 – Inspection and Testing Quality Control, 06100 – Carpentry, 08200 – Wood Doors and as specified in the Contract Documents, and as particularly described but not limited to herein.

  1. Install only Hollow Metal doors complete with Hardware, excluding the underground levels.
  2. Install all finish hardware (including weather stripping and mailboxes) as per hardware schedule dated September 15, 2003 by Wilson Hollow Metal Sales Ltd., excluding the underground levels.

Note: Amenity doors, hardware will be installed by others.

  1. Install only one medicine cabinet for each suite.
  2. Install all grab bars and hardware accessories to common areas.
  3. Supply and install all plywood backing and wood blocking required for all metal flashing installation as per details, including 7/A6-2, 3/A5-17 (4th Floor parapet) and abutting Madison 3-storey building.
  4. Supply and install all suite entrance doors. Poplar door casing detail as per Interior Design drawings. Doors to be solid core natural white Maple flat cut complete with Pine rails and having a 20-minute fire rating.
  5. Install all door bumpers in hollow metal frames, excluding the underground levels.
  6. Supply and install all suite interiors doors, with 2-1/4” x 1/2” M.D.F. casing, Product #MFP8422 and wood knock-down frames and brushed nickel hinges. Doors to be Carrara (smooth, two panels) by Craft Master, hollow core 1-3/8” thick.

Note: Magic Pak door in suites to be non-insulated.

  1. Supply and install 4” x 3/8” paint grade M.D.F. base, Product #MFP8381 in suites (including all by-pass window locations as denoted on Detail 1 & 2/A6-2) and excluding washrooms.
  2. Supply and install M.D.F. window sills and Poplar apron.

Note: Window sill and apron is not required at all by-pass window locations which has been denoted on Detail 1 and 2 on A6-2. Apron trim is not required at balcony window sills.

  1. Supply and install Poplar sills at sliders including any necessary blocking and apron.

Note: Apron trim only applicable to terrace suites.

  1. Supply and install 1” x 6” rabbeted Maple thresholds (maximum 10mm in height) at suite entrance doors.
  2. Supply and install 3/4” fire rated plywood backboards for electrical, telephone and cable rooms/closets. Scope of Work Carpentry Contract No. xxx

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  1. The guest suites are included in this Contract (including suite entry and trim as per typical suites). Additional requirement is to be included as per the following:
  • Installation of “CBO” frame complete with wood blocking for entrance frames.

 

  • Supply and install Poplar door casing as per Interior Design drawings, except with standard back bend moulding.

 

  • Supply and install 2-1/4” casing to the suite side of the entrance frames.

 

  1. Supply and install poplar step for the length of the terrace sliders where applicable.

Note: 33rd Floor suites, step (riser, tread and baseboard) shall match the hardwood floor (i.e. – Maple and Oak) material, finishing by others.

  1. Supply and install any exterior grade wood framing required for garage and loading bay overhead doors.
  2. Supply and install 2-1/4” stop (Product #MFP8422) under breakfast bar.
  3. Baseboard in hardwood flooring areas to be held up off floor to accommodate floor thickness.
  4. Supply and install paint grade quarter round within living room, dining room, and hallway hardwood flooring areas for the penthouse suites.

Note: Provide unit price per linear foot for purchaser upgrade $ /lf

  1. Supply and install Poplar elevator archways trim (3rd – 36th Floor) as per Interior Design drawings.
  2. Contractor shall modify existing baseboard to accommodate installation of closet doors and hardware within the den area of suite types 1C+Den, 2A+Den and 1B+Den. This modification shall only proceed upon receiving direction from the Owner’s Site Representative.
  3. Owner has the option of deleting the in-suite baseboard at all by-pass window locations as denoted on Detail 1 and 2/A6-2 for a credit of $ .

Note: This will be based on the review of the mock-up installation of same.

  1. Any adjustment to the Contract Price resulting from a Change Order is to be made on the basis of the actual cost of the Change in the Work. The mark-up to be granted on such total costs shall not exceed 5% for overhead and 5% for profit on the work.
  2. This Contractor shall ask for any review of any related documents (i.e. – drawings, specifications, reports and shop drawings) to be used on this Project and notify the Owner of any discrepancies or additional costs. If the Owner is not notified of any additional cost, ten (10) days from the date of receiving a contract, then this Contractor shall be responsible for any additional costs incurred.

Items excluded from this Contract

  1. Supply and install sauna heaters and controls as indicated in the Contract Documents.
  2. Supply and install kitchen cabinets and bathroom vanities.
  3. Supply of hardware. Scope of Work Carpentry Contract No. xxx
  4. Common area and retail carpentry.

GENERAL NOTES

Note 1: Garbage

It is the responsibility of every Contractor to remove and dispose of their own garbage and debris from all work areas.

The following procedures shall be complied with on a daily basis:

(a) All garbage shall be separated and placed in designated areas as directed by the Owner.

(b) All areas are to be kept clear of garbage, debris and materials at all times.

(c) All materials are to be stored in a designated area.

(d) Under no circumstances shall any material, garbage or debris be thrown from the building.

(e) Non-compliance with these procedures shall result in the Contractor being back-charged for all cost incurred by the Owner for the disposal of the contaminated garbage.

Your co-operation in following the above procedures will help in recycling and reducing accidents and fires.

Note 2: Man/Material Hoist and Tower Cranes

Crane:

If the crane is required to assist in material hoisting, this Contractor is required to schedule time for hoisting and make payment directly to the Formwork Contractor as per the Formwork Contractor’s rates for the Project. Use of tower crane will be subject to availability and it is understood that the Formwork Contractor’s work shall take priority over other trades’ requirements.

The following conditions must be met in order to utilize the crane:

(a) Contractor must provide fully trained riggers and swampers as defined by the Occupational Health & Safety Act.

(b) Contractor must provide adequate insurance documents satisfactory to Formwork Contractor’s insurance company.

(c) Contractor must verify with Formwork Contractor that material is suitably sized and weighted to allow crane to be utilized.

Hoist:

The Contractor shall be permitted to use man and material hoist to facilitate work of their contract providing the following conditions are met:

(a) Material delivery is scheduled in advance through the Owner’s representative on site.

(b) Material arrives in a manner which is of a suitable size and weight to be efficiently moved to the appropriate floor during regular business hours. Scope of Work Carpentry Contract No. xxx

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The Owner will not be responsible for hoisting of material or equipment delivered to the job site after the hoisting devices have been removed.

Note 3: Materials

All materials and equipment incorporated in and covered by this Contract shall be new and free from defect.

Note 4: Workmanship

The Contractor shall not carry out his work in such a manner as to build upon, cover up or incorporate the work of other trades working on the Project in circumstances where the Contractor knows, or ought reasonably to realize that such work is defective, deficient or otherwise likely to require subsequent repair or modification.

Note 5: Noise and Traffic Control

Contractors shall undertake to abide by all applicable noise by-laws (or local requirements governing same) and traffic routing that may be in effect during the life of the Project. This may limit some activities to restricted time periods. Where the schedule requires for after hours work, this Contractor shall include all costs associated with obtaining the necessary permits to work such time periods.

Note 6: Supervision and Quality Control

All contractors are to employ a full time supervisor on site to supervise staff, insure quality control, maintain appropriate safety provisions and to confirm completion of work in conformance with the Contract.

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PART C IN DEPTH

Group Project # 1 – Part C

Supplemental Instructions – Sequencing & Staging Plan

  1. Background & Assumptions

 

Assume that bulk excavation is fully complete except for your excavation access ramp which will remain in place throughout the concrete works. The access ramp has been used during bulk excavation to drive triaxle trucks down into the excavation to remove soil. During the concrete works stage, you will use this access ramp to drive equipment into the excavation, which may include concrete trucks and/or a boom truck. Therefore on your staging plans you will draw the excavation ramp in an appropriate location that provides access off Midland Avenue, and which is in the best strategic place for other work occurring around this stage.

You will assume use of a boom truck (in the excavation) or mobile crane (outside the excavation) to assist your formwork crew in hoisting and moving formwork for foundation walls and column forms. A boom truck would be able to drive up and down the ramp to get closer to formwork elements which need to be moved around.

Assume you have three formwork crews – one working on strip footings, one on pad footings & piers, and a third crew on foundation walls. First figure out your production cycle for each crew working on these different structural elements (e.g. linear metres or square metres of footing or foundation wall) – this can come from lecture/lecture notes as well as RS Means CostWorks.

The work will require a boom truck or mobile crane that has enough reach to strip the foundation wall formwork and move the forms down to the next section of foundation wall based on this. You may assume that a single wall form (e.g. Aluma Gang Form) weighs 1,200 kg per 12m x 3.6m section. To pour concrete, you may assume use of the same boom truck or mobile crane, using a 1.0 m3 concrete bucket, for which you can calculate the mass.

  1. Requirements
  • All work must be drawn to scale, paying attention to the scale on the 11×17 staging plan provided.
  • You must draw your work on the 11×17 plan (no other paper size accepted). You may complete work by hand or electronically, as long as you meet all requirements herein.
  • To submit your work electronically on Blackboard, you must scan (using a proper document scanner) your work to scale and submit a PDF with paper size 11×17. No other paper sizes accepted. Photos of your work are not accepted.
  • Include a title block in a similar format and level of quality as the Architect’s drawings, and ensure essential title block elements are present: project name, address, scale, north arrow, drawing title.
  • For all items drawn on the Sequencing & Staging Plan, use as many different colours as possible to clarify different elements, and use a legend or labels to clearly identify each.
  • Concrete sequence:
  1. Outline the strip footings, pad footings & piers, and foundation walls in separate colours.

BLDG 2204 Pg 2 of 2 Group Project #1 Supplementary Instructions – Part C

 

 

  • Show the sequence for the strip footings, pad footings & piers, and foundation walls pours with dotted lines and tag & number each segment to show its sequence. Use {SF1, SF2, SF3…} for strip footings; {PF1, PF2, PF3…} for pad footings & piers; and {W1, W2, W3…} for foundation walls. Tag and label any other concrete structures as required.
  • In your assumptions & calculations documents, provide a table to clarify the sequence and work rates. If some items are to be poured together (e.g. PF1 to PF4 all poured on the same day), you may group these together. Include a separate column in which you provide the crew size and duration for the element(s) noted.
  • The sequence shall be based on reasonable quantities and production rates, and confirmed in your assumptions & calculations document.
  • Staging items to include:
  • Site security fence around the site perimeter
  • Entrance gate
  • Site office trailer
  • Excavation access ramp, with top slope of 1:3 & side slope of 1:1
  • Draw the boom truck or mobile crane to scale, parked in one location and showing how the truck moves down one section of foundation walls to the next section.
  • Select a boom truck or mobile crane with adequate weight-lifting capacity and reach to achieve the objectives noted above. Include a print-out of the boom truck specs with your submission.

 

  1. External Resources & Examples
  • RS Means CostWorks can be a useful source of information for crew sizes and work rates.

 

  • Some other useful external resources include:
  • o Manitowoc / National Crane, Boom Trucks. https://www.manitowoccranes.com/en/cranes/national-crane/boom-trucks
  • o Liebherr, LTM Mobile Cranes. https://www.liebherr.com/en/can/products/mobile-and-crawler-cranes/mobile-cranes/ltm-mobile-cranes/ltm-mobile-cranes.html
  • o Putzmeister, Boom Pumps and Truck-Mounted Line Pumps. http://www.putzmeisteramerica.com/
  • o Miller Office Trailers. https://millerofficetrailers.com/
  • o Aluma Gang Form (modular wall formwork systems – these would be used to form your foundation walls). https://www.formwork.aluma.ca/products/formwork_shoring/wall_formwork/aluma_gang_form

 

 

 

 

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