House construction in whitefield

sunil18vns
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House construction in whitefield

Postby sunil18vns » November 3rd, 2019, 10:55 pm

Hi...this site is really hrlpful. Since i am ststting my construction, i have created this topic to share my house construction experience. I have got my plan approved for G plus 3 house in whitefield...paid 40K for working plan, 5K for official approval plan and 40K for BDA approval service...BDA fee came to be 60K....more to come...hoping my blog will help working class in bsngalore to be aware of cost....also plz correct me if needed....hoping to get genuine suggestions

gsrini52
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Re: House construction in whitefield

Postby gsrini52 » November 4th, 2019, 6:47 pm

Did you apply for temporary electric connection? If so, can you let me know the cost breakup?

sunil18vns
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Re: House construction in whitefield

Postby sunil18vns » November 4th, 2019, 6:49 pm

Amount is 18 to 20K for temporary connection, get a local licensed bescom contractor of ur area

sunil18vns
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Re: House construction in whitefield

Postby sunil18vns » November 19th, 2019, 10:28 am

Now i uave got temp connection, paid 3.5K for material and started excavation work at Rs 700 per hour. 5.5 ft depth for 14 columns done in 8 hours. Shade is also done using GI sheets and 2 bags of cement so that i reuse the blocks for compound work. Brick is machine cut and sourcing from housr at Rs 38 with crane delievery, msand from avs tech at 36 Rs pcft and jelly atvrs 25 per cft. Though i am geeting jelly at 23 as well but wanted to go with branded version. Airwash sand quality is equivalent to double wash. Now barbending work will start soon.

avipnv
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Re: House construction in whitefield

Postby avipnv » November 23rd, 2019, 3:06 pm

Hi Sunil,

Congrats on your building construction start. Please share Progress pictures for visual treat and get an idea of the work being done.
This will also be helpful for other, who want to start their house contruction.

Thanks
Avinash

sunil18vns
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Re: House construction in whitefield

Postby sunil18vns » November 30th, 2019, 10:03 pm

Footing work completed, used 82 bags cement and 400cft 20mm jelly for 1500sft area, used 1.5 ton of steel of sizes 16 mm and 12 mm. Now plinth beam is in progress after making paaya with stones, use red bricks at 7 rs from malur to build sump of 18k ltrs....


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