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Create Material List and Estimate Quantities

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SCENARIO

You are planning to renovate your Ensuite (Ensuite), the Floor Plan of which is below (see the Ensuite in the bottom right-hand corner of the Floor Plan).

In relation to the Ensuite:

the old Ensuite has been stripped out

the new door and windows have been installed, the floor and walls have had cement render applied to them, and the necessary areas have been waterproofed where necessary

other than the above, no further work has been carried out

for the purposes of this exercise, you should exclude all materials, accessories and labour that relate to electrical work

the height of the ceiling is 2.5m, and any wall coverings will reach the ceiling

the bathroom door is 1 metre wide and 2 metres high

the smaller bathroom window (W2) is 1 metre wide and 1 metre high

the larger bathroom window (W3) is 1.9 metres wide and 1 metre high

all monetary figures in this exercise are inclusive of GST, and any monetary figures estimated by you should also be inclusive of GST

 

FLOOR PLAN

 

 

 

 

STEP 1 – MATERIALS / ACCESSORIES COST ESTIMATING

Using the Plans to calculate and record information on the Cost Estimating Sheet:

(a) Create Material List and Estimate Quantities - create a list of materials / accessories that will be needed to fit out and complete the Ensuite renovation (you can include additional accessories that are not obvious on the Plans but are commonly fitted in Ensuites / Bathrooms). You must list a minimum of six (6) different materials / accessories. Also estimate and record the quantities needed for each of the materials / accessories recorded.

 

(b) Obtain Unit Costing – and obtain and record the unit costs of each of those materials / accessories on your list from suppliers – although you can obtain such from any supplier you like, we have provided some websites below to assist you:

 

www.reece.com.au www.cassbrothers.com.au www.bunnings.com.au

 

(c) Calculate Materials Cost - calculate the quantities of materials / accessories needed, as well as the total cost of all materials / accessories to be used.

 

STEP 2 – LABOUR COST ESTIMATING

Using the same Floor Plan to calculate and record information on the Cost Estimating Sheet:

(a) Estimate Labour Cost - calculate the separate labour costs of the Ensuite renovation, taking into account the following:

 

the Tiler charges $90/m2, and he is to tile the floor and all four walls

the Carpenter charges $60/hour, and it will take him 6.5 hours to install all of the Ensuite accessories

the Plumber charges a fixed fee of $1,500 for all plumbing work

 

(b) Calculate Labour Cost - calculate the total cost of all labour needed for this task

 

 

 

STEP 3 – TOTAL COST ESTIMATING

Calculate the Total Cost of all materials / accessories and labour for the Ensuite renovations, and record this figure in the BLUE field on the Costing Sheet.

 

PART B – WORK PLAN EXERCISE

 

 

You will need to select a Work Task that consists of at least ten (10) sub-tasks – you can choose a task associated with your Owner Builder Project, or a task set out in the Learning Materials / Work Order that you have studied as part of undergoing this course.

Complete the Work Plan template indicating the following:

Name of the Work Task (i.e Bathroom renovation)

 

List and briefly describe at least ten (10) sub-tasks that make up the whole Work Task – the sub-tasks must be listed in a logical order to maximise efficient use of resources

 

List the Trades that are needed for each sub-task (minimum of three people, including yourself – e.g: Carpenter, Tiler, Painter etc).

 

List the Tools / Equipment needed for each sub-task

 

List all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) needed for each sub-task

 

List the Materials needed for each sub-task

 

Estimate the Time / Duration for each sub-task

 

 

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