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10 th Sept., 2009 Gandhinagar. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan UTTARAKHAND. Third Party Quality Inspection of School Buildings . Dr. A. K. Mittal, Project Leader achal_cbri@rediffmail.com Central Building Research Institute ROORKEE (India). Number of Schools. Activities Planned by CBRI.

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third party quality inspection of school buildings

10th Sept., 2009

Gandhinagar

SarvaShikshaAbhiyan

UTTARAKHAND

Third Party Quality Inspection of School Buildings

Dr. A. K. Mittal, Project Leader

achal_cbri@rediffmail.com

Central Building Research Institute

ROORKEE (India)

activities planned by cbri
Activities Planned by CBRI
  • Advice for good quality of construction system with earth quake resistant design.
  • Advice and guidance for efficient construction at site so that the work may be executed as per the quality norms.
  • A methodology for general quality inspection programme has been prepared and is being implemented on all school sites with the help of DPOs/VECs.

This include

  • Training of the VEC, AE/ JE, BRC and other allied personals
  • Site visits and visual observations
  • Non Destructive Testing (NDT)
  • Checking of specifications.
  • Sample collection of construction materials (Brick, Sand, Cement, Steel etc.) by CBRI Team.
  • Material testing at CBRI.
  • An inspection report after each visit containing suggestions for quality improvement.
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Training-cum-Workshop

General Construction Awareness

Earthquake

Earthquake Resistant Construction

Questionnaire

Quality in Construction

Check-List

Third Party Quality Assurance

NDT

Non-Destructive Testing of RC Components

Lab Testing

Laboratory testing of Basic Materials

Report

Progress Reporting to the SPD

slide5

WorkshopOrganized for General Construction Awareness

LECTURES DILIVERED #Achieving Quality in Construction

# Concept of Earth-quake Resistant Design

# Non-Destructive Testing of RC Components

# Quality Control Programme

Dehradun

U.S. Nagar

Rudraprayag

Uttarkashi

Tehri Garhwal

Champawat

Haridwar

Pithoragarh

Almora

Nainital

Chamoli

Bageshwar

slide6

EarthquakeConcept of Seismicity & Earth-quake

Seismicity

In India

Uttarakhand in Earthquake Zone IV and V

Zone IV

Dehradun

Haridwar

Tehri

Nainital

Champawat

Udhamsingh Nagar

Pauri

Almora

Zone V

Chamoli

Rudraprayag

Bageshwar

Pithoragarh

Uttarkashi

Pauri

Almora

BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS

IS 1893 (PART 1) : 2002 IS 4326 : 1993

IS 13920 : 1993 IS 13935 : 1993

IS 13827 : 1993 IS 13828 : 1993

What is EQ Magnitude and Intensity ?

slide7

EarthquakeEarth-quake Resistant Construction

Recommendation regarding Overall Arrangement

of

EQ Resistant Measures

for

Masonry Buildings

Cross-section of RC band for two bars and four bars

RC band Details at corner and T junction.

Corner Bar Layout for EQ Provision

slide8

QuestionnaireFor Quality in Construction

Excerpt from the Questionnaire

Tutorial sessions were organised soon after the TRAINING/ WORKSHOP and following is the feed-back:

A Questionnaire Pertaining to

QC Practices

was Circulated

& Queries from the VECs, JEs and other participants were discussed and solutions were provided at the spot during Workshops

  • 35 % Participants had no idea about the Class Designation of Bricks, Grade of Cement etc. before joining the Workshop.
  • 25 % Participants didn’t know about the ratio of concrete, removal of shuttering, schedule of curing etc.
  • Very few knew about the earth-quake resistant measures and their role for the structures.
  • 5% participants complained that they don’t have complete set of booklet/drawings/ designs with them.
  • 10% participants didn’t know about the Gola, Khurra, Drip/ String courses, dado, apron etc. and their role.
slide9

NDTNon-Destructive Testing of RC Components

NDT Equipments

NDT Carried out during the Site Visits using the following Equipments:

REBOUND HAMMER (Concrete Test Hammer)

Ultrasonic Instrument (PUNDIT)

PROFORMETER (Rebar Locator)

CORE CUTTING TEST

slide10

Laboratory Testing

  • Lab Testing Carried out for the Basic Materials at
  • CBRI, Roorkee
  • Reinforcement
  • Concrete Samples
  • Chloride Content
  • Sulphates
  • pH
  • Aggregates
  • Cement
  • Bricks
  • Blocks
slide11

Check-ListThird Party Quality Assurance

Excerpt from the Format of Check-List

A Comprehensive Check-List has been Prepared containing the following sub-elements :

FOUNDATION

WALLING

Shuttering work Concrete work

JOINERY (DOORS, WINDOWS AND VENTILATORS) FLOORING 

FINISHING

TERRACING (Roof treatment)

Public health work

Electrification

SITE DEVELOPMENT WORK

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ReportProgress Reporting to the SPD

The Progress & Inspection Reports have been submitted directly to the SPD (State Project Director) as per the following schedule :

  • Site Wise Inspection Report are being Submitted with in TWO weeks after the visit.
  • Monthly Progress Report about the work s visited and training imparted during the month are being submitted to the SPD.
  • Frequent Meetings (At least once in a month) with SPD and other Senior Officials either at Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Office or at CBRI, Roorkee.
  • A dedicated helpline website for the SSA project has being developed for the project related technical queries of the JEs/ Teachers/VEC members.

http://www.cbri-ssa.com

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SarvaShikshaAbhiyan

Quality Control, Monitoring & Inspection of School Buildings of Uttarakhand State

BY CENTRAL BUILDING RESEARCH INSTITUTE, ROORKEE

(A Constituent Establishment of CSIR, New Delhi, India)

HOME LINK TO CBRI CONTACT US

HOME

ABOUT PROJECT

PROJECT ACTIVITIES

BUILDING DESIGN & DRAWINGS

GENERAL OBSERVATIONS

& SUGGESTIONS

LIST OF SCHOOLS

OTHER PROJECTS

FAQs

NEWS CLIPPINGS

CONTACT US

HELP LINE

MISSION

To improve the Quality of Civil Construction Work under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan by means of Training, Regular Inspections & Other Quality Control Practices for Village Education Committees (VECs) , Engineers and other concerned officials.

ACHIEVING QUALITY IN CONSTRUCTION

Quality today has assumed high level of importance as the durability of building envelope is directly related to the quality of materials and components used therein. An attempt is being made by CBRI TEAM to develop & implement a methodology for Quality Improvement in the Civil Construction Work, especially considering the needs of Uttarakhand, a newly born state.

Sponsored by

Shri R. K. Sudhanshu, IAS

State Project DirectorSarvaShikshaAbhiyan,

MayurVihar, SahastraDhara Road, DEHRADUN, Uttarakhand

<read more>

Project Team

Dr. Achal Kumar Mittal, Scientist

Project Leader Central Building Research Institute

ROORKEE - 247 667, Uttarakhand

e~mail : achal_cbri@rediffmail.com

<read more>

Tip of the Day

(General Observation

& corresponding General Suggestion from the file)

For General Queries Pertaining to Building Science & Technology, Please Contact:

Prof. S. K. Bhattacharyya, FNAE

DIRECTOR

Central Building Research Institute

ROORKEE – 247 667, Uttarakhand

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Challenge in Quality Control Programme

Other than the technical understanding of the VEC member and the desire to improve the quality of construction , the following additional difficulties have been noticed:

  • Some of the sites are situated in difficult terrains & transportation of materials/ equipments required extra efforts. (Sites are from 500m to 6000 m from the road head.)
  • Scarcity of water for construction / curing work
  • Non-availability of well trained mason near the school site
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News Coverage

John Ruskin enunciated that

'Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of intelligent effort'

Thanks ….