**Dear Friend**, we calculate

**building Estimate Excel Sheet**quantities manually on paper. Therefore, we will discuss how to do so in

**Excel**using the long and short wall methods.

The

**estimation**sheet makes it very simple to calculate the long wall and short wall methods. An easy solution is provided in this estimation excel sheet using Excel formulas. A construction cost estimate template Excel sheet is also included in this article. I ask that you do that.Plastics and resins are found in laminates. Some resins release dangerous gases. In this article,

**we perform the following step-by-step calculations.**## Following Quantities Are Building Estimate Excel Sheet

**1. Excavation**

2. Footing P.C.C.

2. Footing P.C.C.

3. Footing R.C.C.

3. Footing R.C.C.

4. Column up to Plinth Level R.C.C.

4. Column up to Plinth Level R.C.C.

5. Backfilling

5. Backfilling

7. Grae Slab R.C.C.

7. Grae Slab R.C.C.

8. Column Up to Slab Level R.C.C.

8. Column Up to Slab Level R.C.C.

9. Brick Masonry

9. Brick Masonry

10. In Side Plaster

10. In Side Plaster

11. OutSide Plaster

11. OutSide Plaster

12. Celling Plaster

12. Celling Plaster

13. Slab R.C.C.

13. Slab R.C.C.

14. In Side Paint

14. In Side Paint

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15. OutSide Pin

15. OutSide Pin

## Building Estimate Excel Sheet

Before beginning any

**construction**project, it is processed by estimating the likely cost of a project by**calculating the number of materials**and their cost with the aid of market rates.A person who calculates the materials, labour, and equipment required to complete a

**construction project**is known as a building or**cost****estimator.**## 1. Excavation

**Finding Excavation Based on a Drawing**

**step-by-step building estimation**.

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In this plan, 11 footings are as per drawing.

Length = 0.6m + 1.0m + 0.6m = 2.20m

Here 0.6 m is working space in footing for both sides.

And,1.0 m = footing size

The copy of the excel sheet for the

**building estimate**is in the table format shown below.

## 2. Footing P.C.C.

**How to Determine Footing P.C.C. Based on Drawing**

Length = 0.15m + 1.0m + 0.15m = 1.30m

Here 0.15 m = P.C.C. working space in footing for both sides.

**And,1.0 m = footing size**

## 3. Footing R.C.C.

**How to Determine Footing R.C.C. Based on Drawing**

Eleven

**footings**in this plan match the drawing exactly.

Length = 1.0m = 1.0m

Here Height = 0.450 m

**And, 1.0 m = footing size**

## 4. Column up to Plinth Level R.C.C.

**How to**

**Find**

**R.C.C. Columns Up to the Fifth Level According to a Drawing**

**plan**match the drawing exactly.

Length = 0.230 m, Breadth = 0.230 m

**Here Height = 1.05 m**

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## 5. Backfilling

**How to**

**Find**

**Backfilling according to a Drawing**

**backfilling**qty for 11 Qty

Length & Breadth = 2.2 m, Height Footing Bottom to ground level = 1.580 mm

Backfilling = Excavation – Footing P.C.C – Column R.C.C

Plinth Beam Backfilling

Height of backfilling = 0.600 m

**Total plinth beam backfilling = Total Area – Plinth beam**

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## 6. Plinth Beam R.C.C.

**How to**

**Find**

**the R.C.C. of a Plinth Beam from a Drawing**

**Lintel Beam**

**beam drawing**, L-1 = 3 nos., L-2 = 4 nos., L-3 = 3 nos., L- 4 = 1 nos, L-5 = 1 nos of qty and length

**and beam size = 0.230 m x 0.600 m**

## 7. Grae Slab R.C.C.

**How to**

**Find**

**a Gray Slab R.C.C. Based on a Drawing**

Grae Slab RCC = ( 10.240 x 7.690 x 0.100 ) – ( 11 x 0.230 x 0.230 x 0.100)

Grae Slab RCC = ( 7.87 ) – (0.06)

**Grae Slab RCC = 7.82 Cu.m.**

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## 8. Column Up to Slab Level R.C.C.

**How to**

**Find**

**a Gray Slab R.C.C. Based on a Drawing**

Height = Ground Slab – Ground Floor – Slab Beam

Height = 3 – 0 – 0.350 = 2.650 m

**9. Brick Masonry **

**How to**

**Find**

**Brick Masons according to a Drawing**

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**Brick masonry calculation**uses a Long wall and Short wall method.

All length as per drawing and height = 3.00 m – 0.35 m = 2.65 m.

## 10. In Side Plaster

**How to Find Side Plaster According to Drawing**

1. 0.5 sq.m. below section is a full deduction

2. 0.5 sq.m. to 3.0 sq.m. between half deduction in

**area**

3. 3.0 sq.m above full deduction but add side pattas

**11. OutSide Plaster**

**How to Determine Side Plaster according to a Drawing**

## 12. Celling Plaster

**How to Find Cement Board in a Drawing**

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## 13. Slab R.C.C.

**How to Determine the R.C.C. of a Slab Based on a Drawing**

## 14. In Side Paint

**How to Find Inside Paint according to Drawing**