Maisonette House plan in Kenya (4 bedroom)
Beautiful Maisonette House Plan in Kenya that comes with floor and wall plans
General Requirements before construction
All dimensions are in m unless otherwise specified.
Drawings are not to be scaled. Only figured dimensions to be used.
The contractor must check and verify all dimensions on site before commencing on any work.
All timber must be sawn cypress, pre-treated and to s.e specification.
Use 100x 50mm on wall plate,100 x 50mm rafters, 75 x50mm purlins 100 x 50mm tie beams , 100 x50mm struts and 100 x50mm king-post
All connections to be staggered nailed and tied with 25 gauge hoop iron
The contractor to use architectural drawing to identify the specified pitch where necessary.
Do not connect timber more than four times in every one member- advocate for long timber atleast 2.4m length.
Ensure the timber to be used is well seasoned free of defects and any obvious weakness.
Nominal cover to all reinforcement to meet durability standard, BS 8110
Maximum free water cement ratio to be 0.6
Minimum cement content to be 300kg/m3
Concrete cast against earth to have cover of atleat 75mm
provide concrete mass blinding of atleast 50mm in all strip foundations
All reinforced concrete to be vibrated properly.
Coarse aggregates must be crushed and within 5-45mm only
fine aggregate must be washed, sieved and less than 5mm.
PV. denotes permanent vent and should be above every opening foundation details to be det. on site by S.E
all reinforced concrete to be vibrated and mix proportion of 1:2:4
mass concrete to have mix of 1:3:6
ensure adherence to the local stipulated by-laws and and building codes
provide for electrical design and installation by reg, Electrical engineer.
all the wet area to be tiled on walls to a height of 1.8m above the floor finish