BUILDING PROJECT SUMMARY REPORT

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Project Name : NORTHWINDS PROJECT, MAINAKPUR

Company Name : M/S  X Y Z LTD.

The Northwinds Residential Project is composition of four parts : Phase -I including the Commercial Blocks comprising of 5.26 Acre (21286.46 sqm), Phase-II comprising of 3.08 Acre (12464.32 sqm), Phase -III comprising of 4.31 Acre (17441.95 sqm) and Joint Venture part comprising of 3.26 Acre (13192.75).

The land area details of each part are being tabled below:


Sl.no.
Description
Area/Qty.
Uom
Remarks

Phase I + Phase II + Phase III



1.
Total Area of Land (As per Deed)
51,192.73
sqm

2.
Total Area of Land                              (As per Physical Measurement)
 51,200
sqm
Including the new acquired land

Under Phase I



3.
Commercial Block/Surrounding Area
3,118
sqm

4.
Total Area (PHASE-I, As per current sanctioned plan drawing)
18,194
sqm


Total for Phase I
21,312
sqm


Under Phase II



5.
Total Area (Phase-II, As per current sanctioned plan drawing)
8,161
sqm

6.
4682 Sqm of land adjacent to    Phase-II (as per measurement)
4,682
sqm
New acquired land

Total for Phase II
12,843
sqm


Under Phase III



7.
Total Area (PHASE-III, As per current sanctioned plan drawing)
14,689
sqm

8.
2675 Sqm of land adjacent to Phase-III (as per measurement)
2,675
sqm
New acquired land


Total for Phase III
17,364
sqm


Joint Venture Project



9.
Danta City Homes (JV) as per Survey measurement
13,210
sqm
New acquired land

Total for JV
13,210
sqm


Other Details for Phase I+ Phase II+ Phase III



a.
Permissible Ground Coverage (45%)
23,040
sqm
Based on new acquired land
b.
Proposed Ground Coverage (37.01%)
18,949.12
sqm
Based on new acquired land
c.
Permissible FAR 
3.00

As per existing
d.
Proposed FAR
2.99

As per existing
e.
Number of Flats
1,362

Nos.
Excluding the flats to be constructed in new acquired land
f.
Number of Car Parking
1,030

Nos.
Excluding the flats to be constructed in new acquired land

Car Parking for Phase I + Phase II (excluding the new acquired land)
Sl. No.
Description
No. of Car Parking
UOM
Remarks
1.
Independent Covered
     778
No

2.
Independent Open
     252
No

Total Car Parking
    1030
No


 Area Statement of Individual Blocks and Number of Flats:

Block
Storied
Area (in Sqft)
Number of 2BHK Flats
Number of 3BHK Flats
Total No of Flats
Remarks
Built-Up Area
Super Built-Up Area
Block I
 G+XI
115,570
143,383
65
65
130
Phase I
Block II
 G+XI
60,625
74,984
11
49
60
Phase I
Block III
 G+XI
115,623
144,518
66
66
132
 Phase I
Block IV
 G+XI
114,067
142,330
55
77
132
 Phase I
Block V
 G+XI
133,565
166,980
66
88
154
 Phase I
Block VI
 G+XIV
103,390
129,248
42
70
112
 Based on earlier drawing
Block VII
 G+XIV
74,813
93,492
28
56
84
 Based on earlier drawing
Block VIII
 G+XIV
103,479
129,374
42
70
112
 Based on earlier drawing
Block IX
 G+XIV
165,618
207,046
56
126
182
 Based on earlier drawing
Block X
 G+XV
162,003
202,515
45
135
180
 Based on earlier drawing
Block XI
 G+XIV
75,160
93,926
28
56
84
 Based on earlier drawing
                        Total
1,223,914
1,527,796
504
858
1362


Budgeted Cost for Phase -I as on date:
The approximate budgeted cost for Phase-I is Rs.156 Crore (excluding the land cost). The details are being attached along with the Synopsis.


Consultants being engaged for this project:

Sl. No.
Name of Consultant
Scope of work
Contact Person
Communication
E-mail ID
1.
Adroit Consultant
Structural Consultancy
Maniak Majumder
031-24****99 / 031-24****42
E- mail ID
2.
S A S Agrawal
Architectural Consultancy
Sourav Roy
8697****60
E- mail ID
3.
Kamal Cogent Energy Pvt. Ltd.
Green Building Certification & Energy Modelling Services
 Tarun Sacchdev
 8239****45
E- mail ID
4.
Sekhar Dey
Fire Protection and Detection system
Sekhar Dey
9830****77
E- mail ID
5.
Bureau Vertis India Pvt. Ltd.
Site Inspection and Quality assurance
Mohan Lal Pal
033-40****99 / 9831****08
E- mail ID
6.
S.K Agarwal & Co
Project Audit

033-40****02 / 03 / 04
E- mail ID
7.
B. Das Enviro Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
Ambient air quality monitoring for environmental clearance
Basudeb Das
9830****24
E- mail ID
8.
B. Das Enviro Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
Obtaining consent to establish NOC from WBPCB
Basudeb Das
9830****24
E- mail ID
9.
Unique Engineering Consultancy
PHE Consultancy
Ratan Sarkar
9830****52
E- mail ID
10.
Sandipan Bhattacharya
Electrical Consultancy
 Sandipan Bhattacharya
 9830****52 / 033-24****43
E- mail ID


Facilities to provide in the Club and other than Club areas:

Sl. No
Facilities to provide in the Club Zone
Other than Club Zone
1.
Home Theatre
Store - 3 Nos
2.
Community Hall
Changing Room(L)
3.
Kids Pool
Changing Room(G)
4.
Swimming Pool
 Shower
5.
Gymnasium
Steam
6.
Cards & Carom Room
Pantry
7.
Air Hockey
Kitchen
8.
Table Tennis
Locker Room
9.
Multi Activity Room
Guest Room - 4 Nos
10.
Yoga Room
Sitting Zone at Podium
11.
Kids Room
Pond
12.
Crèche
Community Hall
13.
Library
Kitchen/Pantry
14.

Association Office / Maintenance office
15.

Mini Football Ground

The following items are to provide to the clients / customers while handing over the flats:

Structure
Pile Foundation for durability and stability, Earthquake resistant RCC superstructure
Wall Finish

Internal Walls
POP Finish with one coat primer
External Walls
Whether shield paint and / or textured coating finish as per design of the architect
Flooring

Living/dining/all bedrooms
Vitrified Tiles
Kitchen Flooring
Anti-skid ceramic tiles
Wall Finishes
Dado-Ceramic tiles 2 feet high, Above Granite counter with stainless steel sink, rest of walls POP finish
Toilets Flooring
Anti-skid ceramic tiles
Wall fittings
Ceramic tiles-Dado-up to 7 feet, C.P fittings and sanitary fittings of a reputed make
Windows
Powdered coated/anodized aluminum/UPVC window with glazing
Doors

Main Doors
Decorative laminated main door of reputed make with night latch
All internal doors
Seasoned hard wood frames with flush core moulded shutters
Electrical
Concealed copper wiring with semi modular switches

Provision for split A/C points in all bedrooms

Telephone point in living room

Cable TV point in living room and one bedroom

Washing Machine point

Sufficient electrical points

Geyser point in bathrooms

Exhaust fan point in bathroom and kitchen
DG Backup
DG backup of for 2 B/R .75 KVA, 3 B/R 1 KVA at extra cost
Elevators
Two automatic passenger lifts in each tower

 The following documents related to the statutory clearances are given as follows:

Sl. No
Statutory Clearances
Status
1.
Land Agreement
Yes
2.
Land Possession
Yes
3.
Aviation clearance
Not Applicable
4.
Environmental clearance
Yes
5.
NOC from for discharge of treated effluent
Under process
6.
Letter for collection of Solid waste
Under process
7.
Letter supply of water
Municipality won’t be able to supply water. Instead they have permitted for 2 nos bore-well within the site premises.
8.
Fire NOC
Yes
9.
NOC from BSNL
Yes
10.
NOC from Chintamani Bird Sanctuary
Yes
11.
Application for NOC from Forest
N.A

Free issue Materials being provided by the Employer to the contractors:

Sl. No
Item/Material
Make
Period
1.
RMC
Jainco
Jainco had supplied RMC on behalf of Employer to the contractor till 21st Jan'16 from the inception. After that, RMC is being supplied by the civil contractor himself.
2.
Cement
Konark/Ramco/Birla Gold/Ultratech
For the Entire Period
3.
Reinforcement Steel
Ishwar/Shape/Balaji
For the Entire Period
4.
Vitrified Tiles
AGL
For the Entire Period
5.
Ceramic Tiles
AGL
For the Entire Period
6.
Sanitary Fittings
Jaquar/Standard
For the Entire Period
7.
Electrical Fittings
Standard
For the Entire Period

Handover dates and present status of work:

Block
Storied
Date of Handover (as committed to the Flat owners by the Marketing Dept.)
Date of Handover (as committed to the Marketing Dept.  By the Project Dept.)
Status as on 15-July-16
Civil
Finishing
Block I
G+XI
Jun-17
31-Mar
70%
50%
Block II
G+XI
Jun-17
31-Mar
85%
40%
Block III
G+XI
Jun-17
31-Mar
100%
70%
Block IV
G+XI
Jun-17
31-Mar
70%
00%
Block V
G+XI
Jun-17
31-Mar
30%
00%
Common  Infrastructure
G+XI
Jun-17
31-Mar
10%
00%

PHE Main Features for the Project:

Water Distribution System
a.              Hot & cold-water piping system will have maximum velocity 2.4m/s
b.              Minimum pressure has been maintained of 0.018 N/sq.mm for the plumbing fixtures at the top floor.
Source of Water
a. The Primary Source of water coming from Municipality.
b. Secondary source of water is deep bore well. Then three (3) numbers Deep Bore Wells are required. Out of three, two running & another one standby of adequate size (300mm x 200mm) & depth as determined by electro logging test. Effective Capacity of each bore well to be 100000 liter per hour (Considering Five-hour Operation in a day). Requirement of power will 25.0 HP (approx) per Tube well.

Water requirement

Sl. No.
Details of Population

Requirement as per NBC
Water Requirement (Litre. /Day)
BLOCK-1 to 5


1.
Total no. of Flats in Phase-I (Block 1 to 5) is 608 Nos.  Considering 5 persons per Flat. Then total population 608x5=3040.
3040 @ 135 Litre per head per day
410400
2.
Considering 10% extra for servant, sweeper, driver, security etc.
10% of 410400
41040
3.
Total Water Requirement for Phase-I

451440, Say 452KLD
4.
Total no. of Flats in Phase-II (Block 7 to 11) is 756 Nos.  Considering 5 persons per Flat. Then total population 756x5=3780.
3780 @ 135 Litre per head per day
510300
5.
Considering 10% extra for servant, sweeper, driver, security etc.
10 % of 510300
51030

The water requirement of the building is estimated as under.

Estimated population
7502 Nos. (Say)
Total water requirement
1012770 LPD, Say, 1013 KLD

The underground reservoir capacity is as follows: 

Minimum requirement of Under Ground Water Reservoir for Phase-I (67% of 452 KL)
303 Cum (say)
Minimum requirement of Raw Water Tank (UGR), considering 33% of 303 Cum for Phase-I
101 Cum
Minimum requirement of Treated Water UGR, considering 67% of 303 Cum for Phase-I
202 Cum

The overhead water tank capacity is as follows: 

Minimum requirement of Over Head Water Tank for Block (1 to 5) of Phase-I (33% of 452 KL)
149 Cum


Salient Features of Electrical Work for the Project:
Basis of calculation of Electrical Load for various areas of the project

Sl. No.
Area
Maximum Demands (Watt)
1
2 BR Flats
5000
2
3 BR Flats
6500
3
Outside Areas
0.2 / Sq.ft
4
Common Areas (Service Area, Toilet etc.)
0.5 Watt/ Sq.ft

Illumination Levels

Sl. No.
Area
Illumination (Lux)
1
Entrance
150 Lux
2
Elevator and Lobby
150 Lux
3
Stairwells
100 Lux
4
Parking Area
70 Lux
5
Exterior Path and Walkways
50 Lux
6
Signage
60 Lux

Total anticipated maximum demand for the whole project will be 7836 KVA, which will be distributed through 11 nos 630 KVA and 1 No 315 KVA 11 KV/415V transformers.

HT and LT Distribution System

Two 11 KV feeders are supposed to be brought into the distribution system from the 33 KV substation of WBSEDCL nearby to the 11 KV substation of the complex, which will have two outgoing feeders connected through 4 nos ring main units, each ring main unit being connected to two nos 630 KVA 11KV/433 Volts transformers. Secondary sides of each transformer will be connected to an L.T Panel. Two L.T Panels of adjacent transformers will be interconnected through a bus coupler in most cases, so that in the event of breakdown of any transformer, the other transformer can share the load partially. From the L.T Panel, individual feeders will be catering to the load of each block and common services through cables, suitably rated to take care of the voltage drops and associated losses.

Standby Power Supply

The DG sets shall supply power to flats @ 0.75 KW per 2BHK flats and 1 KW for 3 BHK Flats. The anticipated maximum demand for standby power supply will be 1532 KVA.

Sewage Treatment Plant

STP of 600 KLD has been designed based on Fluidized Aerated Bed (FAB) concept and to be constructed at site to cater the Phase I, Phase II and Phase III package, including the commercial blocks. The treated water shall be used for landscaping and toilet flushing.
Civil Work would be executed by: M/s M.A Construction
Design, installation and commissioning of electro mechanical equipment by: M/s Vigour
Present status of work: Sheet piling work for excavation has been started at site by M/s M.A Construction.

Delay Analysis

The major reasons for the delay have been tabled below block wise.

Block I:

a.    Balance part of the Block: As the foundation of this block is partly clubbed with the Basement of Club Portion, the front segment of the block attached to the club was executed after completion of basement of club. Thus, the work in whole block got delayed initially. We are trying to overcome the delay by expediting the slab casting work in balance part in this block.

b.    Plumbing Work: M/S Flowmore had been engaged for the internal plumbing work in Block I. But, later on the contractor didn’t wish to work for anonymous reason. Observing his poor performance at site, the work is being de-scoped and awarded to M/s Mourtaza Hussain. Change of contractors has made considerable delay of plumbing work in Block I.


c.   Slab Casting Cycle: Slab casting cycle got delayed because of Eid festival. During this festival, almost all workforce went to their native places and the site got delayed.

Block II:

a.    Balance part of the Block: As the foundation of this block is partly clubbed with the Basement of Club Portion, the front segment of the block attached to the club was executed after completion of basement of club. Thus, the work in whole block got delayed initially. We are trying to overcome the delay by expediting the finishing work in this block.

Block IV:

Slab Casting Cycle: Slab casting cycle got delayed because of Eid festival. During this festival, almost all workforce went to their native places and the site got delayed.

Block V:

a.   Change of entry gate: Block V is located near the back-side entry gate and while constructing the Block IV and other blocks, all the construction materials used to enter site premises using this back gate. As a consequence, the Block V zone virtually were using as the material stock yard for other blocks. Later on, when our main entry gate got ready for entering the construction materials, then the back gate kept closed and the construction of Block V started. But, the whole activity, changing the entry from back side to front side, delayed the construction of Block V.

Common Infrastructure:

a.   STP: The location and construction drawing of STP was changed several times. Because of delay in finalizing the location and drawing, the civil work stared in late.The sheet piling work has been started at site for mass excavation work for STP. But the local residents stopped the work by citing sound while executing the work. The mater was managed by arranging a meeting with them and now the work is under progress.

b.   Club: Still now the drawing is pending for 1st Floor, Circular Part. For 2nd floor, both structural and architectural drawings are pending. The delay in finalizing the drawings consequently delaying the progress of work at site.

c.     Model Flat and Marketing Office:Though the model flat and marketing office,as designated earlier, has been completed in all respect, but, for Back Office purpose, one more flat has been asked by the marketing department. To get it ready, 10 more days is required and this work is under progress.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ****** End of Report.******  




















































































































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