architect(7yrs xprnce with startup firm looking for projects

thankulns
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architect(7yrs xprnce with startup firm looking for projects

Postby thankulns » February 1st, 2013, 12:52 pm

Dear Sir

I am an architect with 7yrs experience(worked on diverse projects ranging from commercial interiors to campus masterplanning) & from last 6 months I have started on my own.
kindly let me know if any of you need any architectural services I would be glad to take up the work.

best regards
lakshminarayan

namburi
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Re: architect(7yrs xprnce with startup firm looking for proj

Postby namburi » February 1st, 2013, 1:53 pm

Hi lakshminarayan,
This forum is not for marketing .You need to share your knowledge in real estate & construction .We work on "give and take " policy.

Regards
ADMIN

rathod
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Re: architect(7yrs xprnce with startup firm looking for proj

Postby rathod » June 17th, 2013, 10:29 am

Dear Lakshminarayana,

My name is Rathod.
I am planning to construct the house in Gottigere. I am in dilemma whether to go with normal bricks or clay hollow bricks. following is my understanding for these two. Could you let me know which one would be better?

1. Normal bricks are load bearing. Hence house wall would be very strong where as clay bricks are non-load bearing. Wall would not be strong. And also walls will have some spaces between wall and wall beam.
2. Normal bricks are plastered. Hence life is more. Where as clay bricks are not plastered. Wear and tear seems to be more.
3. Normal bricks are plastered. This will does not catch the dust. Whereas clay bricks have small lines which would catch dust.
4. We can put screws in normal bricks wall where as not in clay bricks
5. When we go for electrical wiring, need to chisel the wall. This might damage more as it hollow.

Please let me know your view on above things.

Waiting for your reply.

Thanks !
Rathod.

thankulns
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Re: architect(7yrs xprnce with startup firm looking for proj

Postby thankulns » June 17th, 2013, 10:57 am

Good morning Mr.Rathod
1.good quality country made normal bricks are always better for house construction & many clients choose bricks if they are building own house.
2.If you choose normal bricks you may not require columns you can directly transfer the dead load on walls.(which will save you substantial amount on steel & cement for column & column footings)
3.Other way of saving cost is use clay bricks(larger volume+faster construction+light weight) so that dead weight of total building is reduced & you could have lighter columns & beams & thus save on steel cost.one more point these clay bricks can be used as filler slabs to reduce concrete quantity.
4.Life for both type of bricks are same but it depends on where we are using for construction.
5.If you want more information(reg point 4 & 5) on clay bricks visit this link http://www.wienerberger.in/wall

best regards
lakshminarayanaswamy

raman
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Re: architect(7yrs xprnce with startup firm looking for proj

Postby raman » March 13th, 2014, 2:02 pm

I am planning to construct low budget house on my BDA site 40 * 60 located in HSR BDA complex. Can you please contact me (0) : 9490976549.

Or email me penu@rocketmail.com. I prefer you call me on my mobile.

Thanks
Ramana

zipperboy
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Re: architect(7yrs xprnce with startup firm looking for proj

Postby zipperboy » March 19th, 2014, 1:57 pm

Hi Lakshminarayan,

i am planning to construct a house near nagwara, bangalore. Please contact me at 9980003905.

Regards
Asif


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