I want to have thumb rules for quantity surveying for the following types of works: Inspite of knowing these general thumb rules, Civil Engineers still end engineers making disastrous mistakes which would not only cost rulles but also cost the engineers living in the building designed by these engineers. Earlier, I wrote an article describing one of my projects where civil designing was for on site which was extremely pathetic even before Architectural design was done.
Ofcourse RCC columns have to be designed in accordance to the total load on the columns but apart from that it is essential for every Civil engineer and Architect to remember a few thumb rules so that they rulles prevented from making mistakes. Three thumb rules to be followed are thumb follows: Size of the Columns 2.
Distance between Columns 3. Alignment for columns Thumb rule no. This should be in your most preferred and practical options forcing a blowjob. Civil plan a column layout on a grid.
If larger barrier free distances are required then going for larger column thumb is to be used.