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CHECKLIST OF ITEMS TO BE CONSIDERED: MOBILIZATION

JOB OVERHEAD: a) Construction of the following:


1. Storage bodega
1. Equipment: Rental , delivery, landing, erecting, and dismantling. 2. Security outpost
2. Personnel: salaries, fringe benefits, and payroll taxes for superintendent, foreman, time keeper, 3. Staff field office
clerk etc. 4. Electrical and mechanical room
3. Field Office: rental, telephone, electricity, office supplies. 5. Installation of water and electrical supply
4. Temporary Facilities: light and power, water, sanitary facilities, fuel, gas for welding, roads,
stairs, barricades, runways, fencer, tool shed, warning lights. STAKE-OUT BUILDING
5. Permit: building, streets, sidewalk, water sewer for transporting heavy loads over city streets. For
use of city dumps. a) Surveyor’s fee
6. Quality control: soil compaction test and boring, concrete tests for aggregate, slump and strength, b) Form for batter board
manufacturers and materials suppliers certifications and samples. c) Tie Wire, nails, etc.
7. Meetings and submittals: as built drawings, progress photographs, shop schedules, progress
report, job meeting. EXCAVATION AND BACKFILLING
8. Transportation and freight: railway, trucking, demurraged, unloading.
9. Coordinating: Cutting and patching, inspecticing subcontractor work. a) Heavy Equipment
10. Final clean up: Patching, touch up, janitorial work, handling debris, final inspection. b) Manpower
11. Bonds: Surety labor and material payment bond, performance, bid, completion, supply.
12. Insurance: General liability, fire, damage etc. STEEL REINFORCEMENT CONCRETE AND MASONRY WORK
13. Protection: Safety requirements, etc. 1) Fence
14. Repairs; sidewalk, streets, and curbs. 2) Zocalo Wall
15. Miscellaneous: Professional fee for engineer for engineer, attorney, general company overhead, 3) Concrete
real state taxes, contingencies.
FOR CONCRETING FOR FOUNDATION
GENERAL CHECKLIST FOR ESTIMATE
a) Column a) Footing lumber
SITE CHECKING: b) Beam b) Footing concrete
c) Slab c) Footing hardware
Check site condition and location, check availability of transportation water supply electricity, etc. d) Septic Tank d) Post
Before proceeding to estimate(consider an additional fee for hauling materials, adjustment of labor cost for e) Form work e) Impost(short post)
non-availability of manpower and other factors that will affect construction operation due site). f) Foundation f) Earth fill basecourt

SOIL TEST: 4) Masonry

Verify soil condition if needed to be tested first before proceeding to planning preparation of if needed 1) Window Casing
to poison the soil. 2) Door Casing
3) Base board
PREPARATION OF PLANS AND DOCUMENT 4) General moulding
5) Special moulding
Consider also estimated cost for the preparation of plans and documents and other allied fees. 6) Millwork hardware

ACQUISITION OF BUILDING PERMIT: ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING ROUGHING IN MECHANICAL


1. Air Conditioning (centralize or individual)
Knowing the approximate size, construction materials to be used a building use to what category it will 2. Hot and cold water connections
fall. An estimated building permit fee can be easilty estimated for consideration. 3. Wall insulation

SITE CLEARING: ACOUSTIC AND SOUND PROOFING

a) Demolition or transferring of existing structure ROOFING


b) Site Clearing
c) Cut and fill to elevation required 1) Truss
2) Rafter
3) Wind bracing
4) Purlins 1. floor Tile
5) Roofing sheet 2. Weens coating tile
6) Roofing Hardware 3. Mortar
7) P.G.I. ready made component 4. Plaster
7.1) Ridge Roll 5. Special Masonry Finish
7.2) Ridge 5.a) washout
7.3) Valley 5.b) Granolithic
7.4) Gutter 5.c) Synthetic
7.5) Downspouts 5.d) Sum Blast
7.6) Flushing 5.e) Granatic
7.7) Strainer 5.f) Baguio Stone
8) P.G.I. hardware ROUGH HARDWARES
9) Special Roofing-long span
1) Nail 4) Turnbuckle
LUMBER FRAMEWORK 2) Bolt 5) W.I. Strap Work
3) Tension Bar 6) Wire
1. Girder
2. Joist FINISHING HARDWARES
3. Girt
4. Ceiling Joist 1) fenestration
5. Ceiling nailing strip
6. Siding Stud 1.a) Hinge 1.e) Special Lock
7. Partition Stud 1.b) Door Lock 1.f) Pull Chain
8. Solid bridging 1.c) Barrel Bolt 1.g) Automatic Closer
9. Framing Hardware 1.d) Chain Belt 1.h) casement hardware
9.a) Screw 2) Cabinets and Closets(Check above Items)
9.b) Nail 3) Plumbing
9.c) Tension nail a) Floor Drain d) Stock Cock
9.d) Bolts b) Special Drain e) Shower Head
c) Barrel Bolt
4) Electrical Work
a) Receptacle c) switch box
b) Switch d) Fuse box
STAIR
1) Stringer FIXTURE
2) Tread
3) Riser 1) water Closets 6) Bidet
4) Handrail 2) Lavatory 7) Kitchen Sink
5) Newel Post 3) Bath Tub 8) Slope Sink
6) Ballusters of framing 4) Shower Stall 9) General Toilet Accessories
7) Panelling 5) Urinal
8) Stair Hardware
9) Concrete Base PENESTRATION
10) Grille work
1) Window Sash 5. Window Glass
STOCK PANEL 2) Door Sash 6) Door Glass
3) Window Framing 7) Window Grill
1. exterior Siding 4) Door Framing 8) Door Grill
2. Interior Siding
3. Partition SPECIAL LUMBER WORK
4. Flooring
5. Ceiling 1) cone Light 4) Serving Partition
2) Closet 5) Built-in unit
TILEWORK 3) Cabinet 6) Panelling
WATER PROOFING AND WOOD PRESERVATIVES

1) Flinkote 4) Solignum
2) 3-Ply Hot Process 5) Sika Prestinent
3) Saharra 6) and other chemical adhesives

PAINTING AND VARNISHING

JOB OVERHEAD
1) project Engneer 7) Consumption for the ff:
2) Project Inspector a) Electric
3) Security Guard b) Water
4) Insurance c) Gas
5) Workmens Compensation 8) Representation
6) Operator
SUB-CONTRACT WORK

1) Labor excavation 6) Electrical


2) Carpentry 7) Grill Work
3) Masonry 8) Painting
4) Tinsmithing 9) Floor sanding
5) Plumbing 10) Haulage

TESTING METERS

1) Survey
2) Water meter
3) Electrical Meter
4) Gas Meter
5) Concrete Sample
6) CHB and other Masonry Sample

GENERAL EXPENSE MAY INCLUDE AMONG OTHERS:

a) Mobilization and Demobilization


b) Job salaries
c) Security and Safety
d) Medical-Dental
e) Temporary Facilities or Temfacil
f) Transportation, Material, Equipment, Personnel
g) SSS-Medicare, or Fringes
h) Insurance, Bonds
i) Taxes
j) Home Office Overhead