07.APPENDIX



APPENDIX-A  

A.1.  QUALIFICATIONS OF THE TECHNICAL PERSONNEL  

The qualifications of the technical personnel and their Competence to carry out different jobs for building permit and supervision for the purpose of licensing by the Authority shall be as given below.   

A.1.1. ARCHITECT:  

The qualifications of Architect eligible for license will be the Associate Membership of the Indian Institute or Architect or such Degree or Diploma, which makes him eligible for such membership, or such qualifications listed in Scheduled XIV of Architect Act `1972 and shall be registered under the Council of Architects. Practice of profession of Architecture by the registered architect should be strictly as per provision of the Architects Act,1972 and their competence be as per comprehensive services as specified in Architect (Professional Conduct ) Regulation, 1989.   

A.1.2. REGISTERED STRUCTURAL ENGINEER (RSE) 

On the basis of their academic qualifications and experience, Structural Engineers shall be “Registered” in four “Grades”. The eligibility criteria for registration in each “Grade” and the “Scope of Work” which can be entrusted to the Structural Engineer of each “Grade” are given below. This registration shall be renewed every three years. The registration may be cancelled permanently or for a specified period for unprofessional conduct.  Grade-I  
Scope of Work: To prepare structural design and structural drawings of High rise buildings, Educational Institutes, Hospitals, Public Buildings, Special Structures, Lifeline Buildings and the likes. Eligibility:  

(i) B.E. Civil or equivalent with minimum 5 years experience (after attaining the degree) in structural design work at a responsible position as a structural designer OR;  

ii) M.E. Structures/Earthquake Engineering or Ph.D in Structural Engineering with minimum 2 years of experience (after attaining the degree) in structural design work at a responsible position as structural designer  

iii) The experience as stated above shall be under a Structural Engineer on Record (This requirement shall be waived for the first ten years of the promulgation of these Regulations).   

Grade-II  

Scope of work: To prepare structural design and structural drawings of various buildings having ground floor+3 upper floors (Plinth Area upto 2000m2).  
Eligibility:  

i) B.E. Civil or equivalent with minimum 2 years experience (after attaining the degree) in structural design work at a responsible position as a structural designer OR;  

ii) M.E. Structures/Earthquake Engineering or Ph.D in Structural Engineering   

iii) The experience as stated above shall be under a Structural Engineer on Record    

Grade-III A  

Scope of work: To prepare structural design and structural drawings of various buildings G+2  and upto 250 sq.meters total floor area.  
Eligibility:  

 (1) M.E (2) B.E (Civil) (3) Diploma in Civil engineering + AMIE    

Grade III B  

Scope of work: To prepare structural design and structural drawings of various buildings G+2 and upto 150 Sq.meters total floor area.  
Eligibility:  

(1) M.E (2) B.E (Civil) (3) Diploma in Civil engineering + AMIE (4) Diploma in civil engineering + 10 years experience.  

Grade IV   

 To prepare structural design and structural drawings of various buildings G+1 and upto 100 Sq.meters total floor area.  

Eligibility:  

(1) M.E (2) B.E (Civil) (3) Diploma in Civil engineering +AMIE (4) Diploma in civil engineering + 5 years experience.  

v)  The experience as stated above shall be under a Structural Engineer on Record (This requirement shall be waived for the first three years of the promulgation of these Byelaws. 

 A.2. REGISTRATION OF PROFESSIONALS: 

The Authority shall register Town Planners (RTP), Architects (RA), Engineers (RE), Structural Engineers (RSE), Structural Design Agencies (RSDA), Geo-Technical Engineers (RGE), Construction Engineers (RCE), Construction Management Agency (RCMA), Quality Audit Agencies (RQAA), Developers (RD), wherever applicable, till such time there is no legislative frame for the professionals like engineers and others similar to Architects Act 1973. Application for registration shall be submitted by these professionals to the competent authority. Registration shall be valid for a period of one year and shall be renewable.  

A.2.1. REGISTERED ENGINEER: 

Registered Engineers are those graduate Engineers who are registered by local bodies to prepare drawings and other documents for obtaining development permission.  

A.2.2. REGISTERED CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER (RCE):  

(A)  The requirements for registration shall be:  

i)  B.E. Civil; or equivalent with two years experience in construction OR;  

ii)  Diploma in civil Engineering with seven years experience in construction  

iii) B. Arch or its equivalent with two years of experience in construction  

iv) The experience as stated above shall be under one or more Construction Engineer on Record of under one or more reputed construction companies. Such company of companies established within of outside the area of jurisdiction of the Authority shall be of minimum ten years of standing.  

(B) The registration shall be renewed every one year. 

(C) The registration may be cancelled for unprofessional conduct permanently on for a specified period  

A.2.3. REGISTERED CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AGENCY (RCMA)  

(A) The requirement for registration shall be  

i) Owner of a proprietary firm shall be an RCE  

ii) Fifty percent partners of a partnership firm shall be RCE  

iii) A designed officer of a limited company shall be RCE 

(B) The registration shall be renewed every one year.  

(C) The registration may be cancelled for unprofessional conduct permanently or for a specified period   

A.2.3. REGISTERED QUALITY AUDITOR (RQA)  

(A)  The requirements for registration shall be:  

i)  B.E. Civil; or equivalent with five years experience in testing of building materials including concrete and/or experience in quality control work with a reputed construction agency  

ii)  M.E. (Civil) or equivalent with two years experience as above  

iii) B.Arch or equivalent with five years of experience in quality control aspects of construction  

iv) The experience as stated above shall be under one or more registered quality inspector/s of in quality work under one or more reputed construction agencies of minimum ten years of standing from within or outside the area of jurisdiction of the Authority.  

(B) The registration shall be renewed after every one year. 

(C) The registration may be cancelled for unprofessional conduct permanently or for a specified period   

A.2.4. REGISTERED QUALITY AUDIT AGENCY (RQAA)  

(A) The requirement for registration shall be  

i) Owner of a proprietary firm shall be QAR  

ii) Fifty percent partners of a partnership firm shall be QAR  

iii) A designed officer of a limited company shall be QAR  

(B) The registration shall be renewed every three years  

(C) The registration may be cancelled for unprofessional conduct permanently or for a specified period   

A.2.5. REGISTERED GEO-TECHNICAL AGENCY (RGA)  

For foundation work, where required as per Regulation services of a Geo-Technical Agency on Record  
(A) The requirement for registration shall be  

i) Owner of a propriety firm shall be M.E (or equivalent) in Geo-Technical Engineering with minimum 10 years of experience  

ii) Fifty percent of a partnership firm shall have educational qualifications as in (i) but a minimum 5 years experience 

iii) A designated officer of a limited company shall have qualifications as (i)  

iv) The experience as stated above shall be under one or more Geo-Technical Agency on Record. Such agencies established within or outside the area of jurisdiction of the Authority shall be of minimum ten years of standing  

v) The agency has a Registered Laboratory. Any individual possessing qualifications as in (i) and hiring services of either GAR or Registered Testing Laboratory shall also be eligible for registration.  

(B) The registration shall be renewed every one year.  

(C) The registration may be cancelled for unprofessional conduct permanently or for a specified period  

A.2.6. TOWN PLANNER ON RECORD (TPR) 

The qualifications, responsibility and the professional charges shall be applicable as prescribed by the Institute of Town Planners, India for their members for rendering professional services.  

B.1   APPOINTMENT OF PROFESSIONALS:  

The Owner/ Developer shall appoint Town Planner on Record (TPR), Architect on Record (AR), Engineer on Record (ER), Structural Engineer on Record (SER), Structural Design Agency on Record (SDAR), Geotechnical engineer on Record (GER), Construction Engineer on Record (CER), (CMAR), and Quality Auditor on Record (QAR) and Quality Audit Agency on Record (QAAR) as required A proper written agreement(s), in a standard format(s), should be entered upon with such professional(s) engaged.  

B.2   APPOINTMENT OF PROFESSIONALS  

B.2.1  The Owner/Developer shall appoint the following professionals, out of the registered professionals described in B.1 above for every project as required.  
-Town Planner on Record (TPR) -Architect on Record (AR) -Engineer on Record (ER) -Structural Engineer on Record (SER) -Structural Design Agency on Record (SDAR) -Geo-Technical engineer on Record (GER) -Construction Engineer on Record (CER) -Construction Management Agency on Record (CMAR) -Quality auditor on Record (QAR) -Quality Audit Agency on Record (QAAR)  

B.2.2. The Owner/Developer shall submit a list of the appointed professionals on Record with the application for building permission to the Authorities. (Consent/undertaking from these professionals needed in the required format at the time of seeking building permission)  

B.2.3. In case the Owner/Developer change any of the professional on Record intimation to that effect shall be sent to the competent authorities, along with a no-objection certificate from the professional who is being changed.  

B.3 GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES APPLICABLE TO ALL PROFESSIONALS:  

A) Each professional shall clearly indicate on every plan, document and submission, prepared by him the details of his/her designation with registration number and date, full name and his/her address below the signature for identification.  

B) The Structural Engineer on Record and Architect on Record shall be responsible for adhering to the provisions of the relevant and prevailing ‘Indian Standard Specifications’. They will not be held responsible for the severe damage or beyond the design forces provided in the above ‘Indian Standard Specifications’.  

B.3.1. STRUCTURAL ENGINEER ON RECORD (SER):  

Duties and Responsibilities:  

(A) At the time of seeking permission from Authority for starting construction, the Owner shall submit an undertaking from SER or SDAR that  

i) The SER/SDAR is agreeable to accept the assignment to prepare designs, drawings 

ii) The designs shall be carries out according to relevant national codes and specifications and good engineering practice  

iii) A structural design report giving salient features of the structure, loads and soil characteristics and capacity, etc. shall be submitted in the prescribed format  

(B) In the case of high-rise buildings and special structures, SER/SDAR shall  

i) Prepare preliminary design of the structure in addition to the Report indicated in A (iii) above.  

ii) Get required soil (geo-technical) investigation done from an approved laboratory and submit the report concerning the same in prescribed format to the Authority  

iii) Get the Preliminary Design checked through third party verification by a member of Structural Design Review Panel and submit a certificate concerning the same to the Authority. Provided that in case of high rise buildings having seven or more structural floors and special structures detailed design verification of major structural components will be required.  

(C) All Reports and other submissions to the Authority by and on behalf of the SDAR shall only be signed by Registered Structural engineer (SER) as a proprietor, partner or as a designated officer of the company.  

(D) To prepare a report of the structural design   a)  To prepare detailed structural design and to prescribe the method and technique of its execution strictly on the basis of National Building Code or relevant Indian Standard Specifications  

b) To prepare detailed structural drawings and specifications for execution indicating thereon, design live loads, safe soil bearing capacity, specifications of material, assumptions made in design, special precautions to be taken by contractor to suit the design assumptions etc whatever applicable.  

c)  To supply two copies of structural drawings to the supervisor  

d) To advise the Owner/Architect/Engineer for arranging for tests and their reports for soil, building material etc. for his evaluation and design consideration  

B.3.2. CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER ON RECORD (CER)  

All construction work shall be carried out under the supervision of a Construction Engineer on Record.  

a)  To adhere strictly to the structural drawings, specifications and written instructions of the Structural Engineer on Record and Architect on Record/Engineer on Record 

b) To follow the provisions of N.B.C. or I.S. specifications as regards materials, components, quality control and the process of construction  c) To provide for safety of workers and others during excavation, construction and erection  

d) To provide safe and adequate temporary structure required for construction and erection  

e) To bring to the notice of the structural designer and Architect/Engineer any situation of circumstances which in his opinion are liable to endanger the safety of the structure  

f) To deposit with the Authority one set of working drawings of the works executed along with the progress certificates before proceeding with the next stage of the work.  

g) He/she shall be in overall charge of the site and responsible for overall supervision of the work  

h) He/she shall ensure that all the work under his charge is carried out in conformity with the approved drawings and as per the details and specifications supplied by the registered Architect/Engineer i) He/she shall take adequate measures to ensure that no damage is caused to the work under construction and adjoining properties  

j) He/she shall also ensure that no undue inconvenience is caused in the course of his/her work to the people in the neighborhood.  

k) He shall also ensure that no nuisance is caused to traffic & neighboring people by way of noise, dust, smell, vibration etc. in the course of his/her work   

B.3.3. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AGENCY ON RECORD (CMAR)  

Construction work for a high-rise building or Special structures shall be carried out by a Construction Management Agency on Record.  
Duties and responsibilities: 

e) To prepare the revised calculations & drawings in case of any revision with reference to the earlier submission of drawings & design in a particular case  

f) To inform in writing the Authority within 7 days, if for any reason, he/she is relieved of his appointment/responsibilities as the registered structural designer for the development.  

(A) At the time of seeking permission from Authority for starting construction of a highrise building or special structures, the Owner shall submit an undertaking from CMAR that  

i) The CMAR is agreeable to accept the assignment to execute the project as per designs, drawings and specifications  

ii) The CMAR shall install a Quality Assurance programme by retaining an independent Quality Audit Agency on Record (QAAR) and submit a certificate concerning the same to the Owner/Developer as well as to the Authority. The appointed QAAR shall be acceptable to the Owner/Developer. (The text is put in italics as it doe not specifically apply/relate for registration.)  

(B) Upon completion of the construction work of the high-rise building and special structures the CMAR shall intimate to the Owner/Developer that the work has been carried out according to the design drawings and specifications and written instructions of SDAR as per guidance of the QAAR  

(C) The CMAR shall submit a report and certificate in the prescribed format from the QAAR that the quality assurance programme has been satisfactorily carried out on the construction work. This report and certificate shall be submitted to the Owner/Developer for final submission to the Authority  

(D) All Reports and other submissions to the competent Authority by and on behalf of the CMAR shall only be signed by Construction Engineer on Record (CER) as a proprietor, partner or as a designated officer of the company.  
B.3.4. QUALITY AUDITOR ON RECORD (QAR)  

(A) The construction work of a high-rise building executed by CMAR shall be under an independent quality inspection programme prepared and implemented under the supervision of an independent QAR  

B.3.5. QUALITY AUDIT AGENCY ON RECORD (QAAR)  

For all high-rise construction and special structures, it will be necessary to have an Independent Quality Inspection Programme, which will be determined and executed by an Independent quality audit Agency on Record (QAAR).  
(A) At the time of seeking permission from competent authority for starting construction of a high rise building of special structures CMAR shall submit an undertaking from QAAR that:  

(1) The QAAR is agreeable to accept the assignment to implement the quality inspection programme. AND that the appointed QAAR is acceptable to the Owner/Developer (2) The QAAR will get all the testing of building materials, concrete etc. done by an independent approved testing laboratory.  

(B) During construction of a high-rise building and special structures the QAAR shall carry out necessary testing of materials as well as non-destructive testing of structural components with the help of approved testing laboratory and submit to the CMAR and the owner/developer the reports as per quality inspection programme.  

(C) Upon completion of the construction of high-rise building or the special structure the QAAR shall submit the report and certificate in the prescribed format based on the quality inspection programme. This report andcertificatewill be submitted to the CMAR and the owner/developer for final submission to the Authority.  

(D) All reports and other submissions to the CMAR by QAAR shall only be signed by Quality auditor on Record (QAR) as proprietor, partner or as a designated officer of the company.   

B.3.6. GEO-TECHNICAL AGENCY ON RECORD (GAR)  

All buildings described in Table-1 shall have, for foundation work, services of a Geotechnical Agency on Record.  
Duties and Responsibilities:  

a) To carry out soil investigation at proposed locations as per specifications of Structural Engineer on Record (SER) of Structural Design Agency on Record (SDAR)  

b) To recommend various type foundation for proposed structure and loading with supporting calculations  

c) To enable SER or SDAR to take site decision in case strata different than soil investigation report is met with  

d) To list out precautionary measures so that there is no damage to adjacent property   

C.  PROFESSIONAL FEES FOR SER/SDAR AND CER/CMAR   

(i) Considering the responsibility of structural safety of a building falls on the shoulders of the “SER/SDAR” for its proper design and the “CER/CMAR” for proper construction, it is imperative that selection and appointment of these professionals is made carefully after verification of their antecedents and past experience.  

(ii) The fees to be paid to SER/SDAR for structural design may be specified keeping in view the size and complexity of the project, which may vary, based on the cost of the items of the structure enumerated below. “Excavation, dewatering, diaphragm wall, piling, base concrete, waterproofing of basement and other under ground structures, all grades of concrete, reinforcement, pre-stressing cables or tendons, structural steel, load bearing masonry, parts of structural glazing or curtain walls to be designed against earthquake and wind forces, clamps for stone cladding”.  

(iii) Similarly, fees for construction management to CER/CMAR may be specified keeping in view the size and complexity of the project and the duration for which construction management services have to be provided on the basis of the total cost of the project.  

(iv) Proof checking: Fees for Proof checking where carried out may vary based on the cost of the structural items enumerated in (ii) above.  

D.  DEVELOPER:  

Duties and responsibilities:  

1. To obtain and submit to the Authority, along with application for development permission, each progress report and application for occupation certificate.  

2. To appoint an Architect on Record/Engineer on Record and Structural Engineer on Record. 3. To obtain at relevant stages certificates from them, for submission to the Authority, that in designing the real estate development and providing detailed drawings and specifications for it they have compiled with requirements as laid out in the GDCR Regulations.  

4) To appoint a registered CER as site supervisor  

5) To obtain and adhere to the quality assurance procedure prepared by the registered site supervisor  

6) To adequately enable the site supervisor to carry out his responsibilities  

7) To certify along with the site supervisor that construction of the real estate development has been carried out as per the design, detailed drawings and specifications provided by the Architect on Record/Engineer on Record and Structural Engineer on Record  

8) To obtain building permission from the Authority prior to commencement of construction of the real estate development  

9) To regularly submit progress reports and certificates as required by the Authority  

10) To inform in writing the Authority within 7 days, if for any reason he ceases to be the developer or is relieved of his responsibilities as the developer of the real estate development 11) To inform in writing the Authority within 7 days, if for any reason any of the registered professionals appointed by him have been relieved of their responsibilities or have resigned 

12) The appointment of the registered Architect/Engineer on Record shall mean that he (the Developer) has authorized the Architect on Record/Engineer on Record to do all things necessary and to take all adequate measures for preparing the design, drawings and specifications for the project and to appoint on his behalf appropriate persons to act as registered, clerk of works site supervisor, required for the proper execution of the project and to retain on behalf of the owner any other specialist or expert required on the work of the project.  

13) He shall not cause or allow any deviations from the approved drawings in the course of the execution of the project against the instruction of Architect on Record/Engineer on Record/Site Supervisor on Record/Clerk of Works on Record/Structural Engineer on Record and shall bear all responsibility for any irregularity committed in the use and function of the building or its parts for which the approval has been obtained.  

14) When no registered construction contractor or site supervisor is required to be appointed he shall be responsible for their duties and responsibilities under the byelaws.  

15) He shall not commence the use of building or shall not give the possession to occupy the building to any one before obtaining the occupancy certificate from the Authority  

16) He shall provide adequate safety measures for structural stability and protection against fire hazards likely from installation of services like electrical installation, plumbing, drainage, sanitation, water supply etc., wherever required under the regulations.  

17) He shall exhibit the names of registered persons only on site and no additional names will be exhibited/displayed  

18) He shall explain the construction design and its intended use as per approved plan only, to the prospective purchaser of the premises under construction  

19) He shall make available copies of titles for the land, approved plans and all certificates issued to the Authority under these Byelaws.  

E.  OWNER:  

“Owner”: in relation to any property, includes any person who is for the time being, receiving or entitled to receive, whether on his own account or on account of or on behalf of, or for the benefit of any other person or as an agent, trustee, guardian, manager or receiver for any other person or for any religious or charitable institution, the rents or profits of the property, and also includes a mortgaging possession thereof. 

APPENDIX - B  
STRUCTURAL DESIGN BASIS REPORT  

1. This report to accompany the application for Building Permission.  

2. In case information on items 3, 10, 17, 18 and 19 cannot be given at this time, it should be submitted at least one week before commencement of construction. 

Part 1 General Data    
S. No Description Information Notes
1 Address of the building
•    Name of the building
•    Plot number
•    Subplot number
•    TPS scheme
a. Name
b. Number
•    Locality / Township
•    District
   
2 Name of the owner    
3 Name of builder on record    
4 Name of Architect/Engineer on record    
5 Name of Structural Engineer on record    
6 Use of the building    
7 Number of storeys above ground level
(including storey to be added later, if any)
   
8 Number of basements below ground level    
9 Type of structure
•   Load bearing
•   R.C.C frame
•   R.C.C frame and shear walls
•   Steel frame
   
10 Soil data
•   Type of soil
•   Design safe bearing capacity
  IS: 1893 Cl.6.3.5.2
IS: 1904
11 Dead load (unit weight adopted)
•   Earth
•   Water
•   Brick masonry
•   Plain cement concrete
•   Reinforced cement concrete
•   Floor finish
•   Other fill materials
Piazza floor fill and landscape
  IS:875 Part 1
12 Imposed (Live) loads
•   Piazza floor accessible to Fire Tender
•   Piazza  floor  not  accessible  to  Fire Tender
Floor loads
Roof loads
  IS: 875 Part 2
13 Cyclone / Wind
•   Speed
•   Design pressure intensity
  IS: 875 Part 3
14 Seismic zone   IS: 1893 (2002)
15 Importance factor   IS: 1893 (2002) Table
6
16 Seismic zone factor (Z)   IS: 1893 Table 2
17 Response reduction factor   IS: 1893 Table 7
18 Fundamental natural period
-approximate
  IS: 1893 CL. 7.6
19 Design horizontal acceleration spectrum
value (Ah)
  IS: 1893 CL. 6.4.2
20 ♠  Expansion / Separation joints    

Enclose small scale plans of each floor on A4sheets

 In case terrace garden is provided, indicate additional fill load and live load  

 Indicate on a small scale plan on A4 sheet

Part 2                             Load bearing masonry buildings
S. No. Description Information Notes
1 •    Building category   IS: 4326 CL. 7 read with
IS: 1893
Zone
Bldg
II III IV V
Ordinary B  C  D  E
Important C  D  E  E
2 Basement provided    
3 Number of floors including Ground floor
(all floors including stepped floors in hill slopes)
   
4 Type of wall masonry    
5 Type and mix of mortar   IS: 4326 CL. 8.1.2
6 Re: size and position of openings (see note No.1)
•   Minimum distance (b5)  Ratio b1 +b2 +b3)/11  or      (b6 + b7)12 • Minimum pier width between consequent opening (b4) • Vertical distance (h3) • Ratio of wall height to thickness 4 • Ratio of wall length between cross wall to thickness 
  IS: 4326
Table 4, Fig. 7
7 Horizontal seismic band • At plinth level • At window sil level • At lintel level • At ceiling level • At eave level of sloping roof • At top of gable walls • At top of ridge walls 
IP 
IP      TP     NA ?     ?      ? ?     ?     ? ?     ?     ? ?    ?      ?  
?    ?     ? ?    ?    ? ?    ?    ? 
(See Note No. 2) IS: 4326 CL 8.4.6 IS: 4326 CL 8.3 IS: 4326 CL 8.4.2 IS: 4326 CL 8.4.3 IS: 4326 CL 8.4.3  
IS: 4326 CL 8.4.4 
8 Vertical reinforcing bar • At corners and T junction of walls • At jambs of doors and window openings     IS: 4326 CL 8.4.8  
IS: 4326 CL 8.4.9 
9 Integration of prefab roofing / flooring elements through reinforced concrete screed    IS: 4326 CL. 9.1.4
10 Horizontal bracings in pitched truss • In horizontal plane at the level of ties • In the slopes of pitched roofs     

Notes: 1.  Information in item 6 should be given on separate A4 sized sheets for all walls with large number of openings 2.  IP. indicated “Information Provided”  TP indicates “Information to be provided”  NA indicates “Not applicable”  Tick mark one box.  

Part 3 Reinforced concrete framed buildings  
S
No.
Description Information Notes
1 Type of building
•    Regular frames
•    Regular frames with shear walls
•    Irregular frames
•    Irregular frames with shear walls
•    Soft storey
  IS: 1893 CL. 7.1
2 Number of basements    
3 Number  of  floors  including  ground
floor
   
4 Horizontal floor system
•   Beams and slabs
•   Waffles
•   Ribbed floor
•   Flat slab with drops
•   Flat plate without drops
   
5 Soil Data
•   Type of soil
•   Recommended type of foundation
- Independent footings
- Raft
-Piles
•   Recommended bearing capacity of soil
•   Recommended,    type,    length, diameter and load capacity of piles
•   Depth of water table
•   Chemical analysis of ground water
•   Chemical analysis of soil
  IS: 1498
6 Foundations
•   Depth below ground level
•   Type
§ Independent
§ Interconnected
§ Raft
§ Piles
   
7 System of interconnecting foundations
•   Plinth beams
•   Foundation beans
  IS: 1893 Cl.7.12.1
8 Grades of concrete used in different
parts of building
   
9 Method of analysis used    
10 Computer software used    
11 Torsion included   IS: 1893 CL. 7.9
12 Base shear
a. Based on approximate fundamental period
b. Based on dynamic analysis
c. Ratio of a/b
  IS: 1893 CL. 7.5.3
13 Distribution of seismic forces along
the height of the building
  IS: 1893 CL. 7.7
(provide sketch)
14 The  column  of  soft  ground  storey
specially designed
  IS: 1893 CL. 7.10
15 Clear minimum cover provided in
•     Footing
•     Column
•     Beams
  IS: 456 CL. 26.4
  •     Slabs
•     Walls
   
16 Ductile detailing of RC frame    
  •     Type of reinforced used
•     Minimum dimension of beans
•     Minimum dimension of columns
•     Minimum       percentage       of reinforcement of beans at any cross section
•     Maximum      percentage      of reinforcement at any section of beam
IS: 456 CL. 5.6
IS: 13920 CL. 6.1
IS: 13920 CL. 7.1.2
IS: 456 CL. 26..5.1.1. (a)
IS: 13920 CL. 6.2.1
IS: 456 CL. 26.5.1.1. (b)
IS: 13920 CL. 6.2.2
  •     Spacing        of        transverse reinforcement in 2-d  length  of beams near the ends. IS: 13920 CL. 6.3.5
  •     Ratio  of  capacity  of  beams  in shear to capacity of beams in flexure  
  •     Maximum      percentage      of reinforcement in column  
  •     Confining stirrups near ends of columns  and  in  beam-column joints
a. Diameter
IS: 456 CL. 26.5.3.1
IS: 13920 CL. 7.4
  b. Spacing  
  •     Ratio   of   shear   capacity   of columns  to  maximum  seismic
shear in the storey
 

General Notes 1. A certificate to the effect that this report will be completed and submitted at least one month before commencement of construction shall be submitted with the application for Building Development Permission.  
2. In addition to the completed report following additional information shall be submitted, at the latest, one month before commencement of construction.

2.1. Foundations  2.1.1 In case raft foundation has been adopted indicate K value used for analysis of the raft.

2.1.2 In case pile foundations have been used give full particulars of the piles, type, dia, length, capacity

2.1.3 In case of high water table indicate system of countering water pressure, and indicate the existing water table, and that assumed to design foundations.

2.2. Idealization for Earthquake analysis.  

2.2.1.  In case of a composite system of shear walls and rigid frames, give distribution of base shear   in the two systems on the basis of analysis and that used for design of each system  

2.2.2 Indicate the idealization of frames and shear walls adopted in the analysis with the help of sketches

2.3. Submit framing plans of each floor

2.4. In case of basements, indicate the system used to contain earth pressures.   

Part 4                            Buildings in structural steel
1 Adopted method of Design  Simple
 Semi-rigid
 Rigid
IS: 00; CL. 3.4.4
IS: 800; CL. 3.4.5
IS: 800; CL 3.4.6
2 Design based on  Elastic analysis
 Plastic analysis
IS: 00; Section-9
SP: 6(6)
3 Floor construction  Composite
 Non composite
 Boarded
 
4 Roof construction  Composite
 Non-composite
 Metal
 Any other
 
5 Horizontal force resisting system adopted  Frames
 Braced frames
 Frames and shear walls
Note: Seismic force
As    per    IS:1893    would depend on system
6 Slenderness           ratios maintained Members defined in Table 3.1,
IS: 800
IS: 800; CL. 3.7
7 Member    of    deflection limited to Beams, Rafters Crane Girders Purlins
Top of columns
IS: 800; CL. 3.13
8 Structural members  Encased in concrete
 Not encased
IS: 800; Section-10
9 Proposed materials  General weld-able
 High strength
 Cold formed
 Tubular
IS: 2062
IS: 8500
IS: 801, 811
IS: 806
10 Minimum metal thickness Specified for corrosion protection  Hot rolled sections
 Cold formed sections
 Tubes
IS: 800; CL. 3.8
CL. 3.8.1 to CL 3.8.4
CL. 3.8.5
CL. 3.8.5
11 Structural connections  Rivets
 CT Bolts
IS: 800; Section-8
IS: 1929, 2155, 1149
     SHFG Bolts
 Black Bolts
 Welding-field
Shop  (Specify welding type proposed)
 Composite
IS: 6639, 1367
IS: 3757, 4000
IS: 1363, 1367
IS: 816, 814, 1395
7280, 3613, 6419
6560, 813, 9595
12 Minimum fire rating Proposed with method  Rating…            hours
 Method proposed-
- In tumescent painting
-Spraying
-Quilting
-Fire retardant boarding
IS: 1641, 1642, 1643

APPENDIX-C

STRUCTURAL INSPECTION REPORT  

(This Form has to be completed by registered Structural Designer after his site Inspection and verification regarding compliance of all recommendation by the owner, which in the opinion of the registered structural designer are necessary for safety of the structure)  

I. Description by title and location of the property including T.P. No., F.P. No etc:  

II. Name of the present owner:  

III. Description of the structure:  

Class I or Class II (Briefly describe the property in general and the structure in particular) 

(a) Function   (b) Framed construction          
  Residence     Apartments Office Shopping School, Hostel Auditorium Factory
(with or   (with      or bldg. centre college      
without     without            
shops)     shops            
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
A.         Load bearing masonry wall
construction
               
B.     Framed
structure
               
Construction and structural
materials
Critical load bearing
element
Brick RCC Stone Timbe r Steel    
  Roof Floor RCC Timber RBC Steel Jack-
arch
   

IV.  Year of construction  

Year of subsequent additions or rectification’s (Please describe briefly the nature of additions or rectification’s).  

V.  Date of last inspection report filed: Last filed by whom (This does not apply to the first report).  

VI.  Soil on which building is founded    :

i)  Any change subsequent to construction 

ii)  Nearby open excavation  

iii)  Nearby collection of water    

iv)  Proximity of drain     :

v)  Underground water tank    

 vi)  R.W. Pipes out – lets     :

vii)  Settlements      :  

VII. The Super – structure (R.C.C. Frame structure)   :

i. Crack in beam or column nature and extent of crackprobable causes.      

 ii)  Cover spell        :

iii)  Exposure of reinforcement     :

iv)  subsequent damage by user for taking pipes,   conduits, hanging, fans or any other fixtures, etc.

 v)  Crack in slab v) Spalling of concrete or plaster of slab vi) Corrosion of reinforcement    : vii) Loads in excess of design loads  

VIII. The Super – Structure (Steel Structure)   :        

 i) Paintings      :        

 ii) Corrosion      :        

iii) Joint, nuts, bolts, rivets, welds, gusset plates :        

iv) Bending or buckling of members        

v) Base plate connections with columns or pedestals :        

vi) Loading      :  

IX. The Super – Structure (Load bearing masonry structure):        Cracks in masonry walls)

(Please describe some of the major cracks, their nature, extent and location, with a sketch, if necessary).  

X.  Recommendation if any  

This is to certify that the above is a correct representation of facts as given to me by the owner and as determined by me after Site Inspection to the best of my ability and judgement.  
The recommendations made by me to ensure adequate safety of the structure are complied with by the owner to my entries satisfaction.  

(Signature of the Registered Structural Engineer)  

Date: __________________________________   

Name of the registered structural Engineer: 

Registration No.        Address: 

APPENDIX-D  
MODEL PROFORMA FOR TECHNICAL AUDIT REPORT 

  COMMENTS
1.1. Design/Drawings available? Y/N
Design category Type design?
Specific design?
Y/N
Design to be collected to refer to Design Consultant/H.O.
Drawings prepared / checked by competent Authority? Y/N
Design drawings / details Structural detailed included
Earthquake/cyclone resistant features included?
Y/N Y/N
Design    verified/vetted    by    Dept./Govt.    approved
agency/competent authority?
Y/N
Design  changes  approved  by  Dept./Govt.  approved
agency/competent authority?
Y/N

2.  Foundation  

2.1.  Foundation used    Existing/New  

2.2.1 If existing foundation used  2.2.1. Depth of foundation below ground : <50cm/50-70/>70cm  

2.2.2. Type of masonry   : Stone/brick/PCC blocks  

2.2.3. Thickness of masonry (above ground) : 23cm/35/>35  

2.2.4. Mortar used    : Cement-sand/Lime/Mud  

2.2.5. Mix of cement mortar   : 1:4/1:6/Leaner  

2.2.6. Height upto plinth   : _______________cm  

2.2.7.If stone mason

2.2.7.1 Through stones   : Yes/No, if Yes Adequate/inadequate  

2.2.7.2 Corner stones    : Yes/No, if Yes  Adequate/Inadequat

2.3. If new foundation used  

2.3.1. Depth of foundation below ground : __________<50/50-70/>70cm  

2.3.2. Type of masonry blocks  :  stone/bricks/PCC  

2.3.3. Thickness of masonry above plinth :  23cm/35/>35cm  

2.3.4. Mortar used    :  Cement-sand/lime/mud  

2.3.5. Mix cement mortar (1:4)  :  Yes/No  

2.3.6. Height up to plinth   :  <60/>60cm

2.3.7. If stone masonry

2.3.7.1 Through Stones   : Yes/No, if yes Adequate/Inadequate  2.3.7.2 Corner Stones    :  Yes/No, if yes Adequate/Inadequate  

2.4. Vertical reinforcement in foundation :  Yes/No  

3 Walling  3.1    Type of masonry   :  Stone/Brick/PCC Blocks  

3.2 Mortar used    :  Cement-Sand/Lime/Mud

3.3 Mix of cement mortar   :  1;4/1;6/Leaner  

3.4Thickness of wall   :  >23cm/23cm/23cm  

3.5Mixing of mortar    :  OK/Not OK  

3.6 Joint Property filled   :  OK/Not OK  

3.7 Wetting of bricks   :  Good/Medium/Poor  

3.8 If stone masonry            

3.8.1 Through Stones  :  Yes/No        

3.8.2 Corner Stones   :  Yes/No        

3.9 Overall workmanship  :  Good/Medium/Poor  

4 Roofing

4.1 Type of roof   :  Flat/Sloping

4.2    If sloped     :  Morbid tiles/A.C. sheet/G.I. sheet  

4.3    Purlins       :  Angle-Iron/Timber/NA  

4.4    Truss type    :  _______  

4.5    Anchorage with wall   :  Adequate/Inadequate/NA  

5 Materials  5.1 Cement  5.1.1   Source     :  Authorised Dealer/Market  

5.1.2   Type of cement   :  OPC/PPC/PSC  

5.1.3   If OPC     :  Grade (33/43/53)  

5.2      Sand  

5.2.1   Type of sand    :  River sand/Stone dust  

5.2.2   Presence of deleterious material :  Mild/Moderate/high  

5.3      Coarse Aggregates  

5.3.1   Type coarse Aggregates  :  Gravel/Crushed Stone  

5.3.2   Presence of deleterious material : Mild/Moderate/High  

5.4 P.C.C. Blocks (Applicable for onsite production)

5.4.1   Type of P.C.C. Blocks  :  Solid blocks/Hollow blocks

5.4.2   Ratio of concrete in blocks :  _

5.4.3   Interlocking feature  :  Yes/N

 5.4.4   Coarse aggregates used :  Natural/Crushed stone   

5.5 Bricks Blocks, Stone etc.

5.5.1 Strength (field assessment) :  Low/Medium/High  

5.5.2 Dimensional accuracy  :  Yes/No  

5.6 Concrete  5.6.1 Mix of concrete  :  (1:1 ½:3)/(1:2:4)/Design Mix 5.6.2 Batching   :  Weigh batching/Volume batching

5.6.3 Compaction   :  Vibrators/Thappies and rods

5.6.4 Workability   :  Low/Medium/High  

5.6.5 Availability of water  :  Sufficient/Insufficient  

5.6.6 Curing    :  Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory  

5.7 Reinforcing Steel

5.7.1 Type of Steel   :  Plain mild steel/HYSD bars  

5.7.2 Source    :  Authorised Dealer/Market  

5.7.3 Whether IS marked  :  Yes/No  

5.7.4 Conditions of bars  :  Clean/Corroded  

5.7.5 Fixing of reinforcement       as per drawings  :  Yes/No  

 5.7.6 Suitable cover   :  Yes/No  

 5.7.7 Spacing of bars  :  Regular/Irregular  

 5.7.8 Overlaps as per specifications:  Yes/No  

5.8 Form Work

 5.8.1 Type of Form Work  : Timber/Ply board/Steel

5.8.2 Use of mould oil  :  Yes/No

5.8.3 Leakage of cement slurry :  Observed/Not observed  

5.9 Source

5.9.1 Cement

5.9.2 Sand

5.9.3 Coarse Aggregates

5.9.4 Bricks

5.9.5 PCC blocks  

6 Seismic resistance features  Masonry Structures  Provision of bands at   Provided Adequate    

6.1.1.1 Plinth level   Yes/No  Yes/No 

6.1.1.2 Skill level   Yes/No  Yes/No    

6.1.1.3 Lintel level   Yes/No  Yes/No    

6.1.1.4 Roof level (if applicable) Yes/No  Yes/No  
If sloped Roof, whether seismic bands are provide at  

6.1.2.1  Gable wall top    Yes/No  Yes/No

 6.1.2.2  Eaves level    Yes/No  Yes/No  
Provision of vertical steel in masonry at  Provided Adequate

6.1.3.1  Each corner     Yes/No  Yes/No

6.1.3.2 Each T-junction    Yes/No  Yes/No

6.1.3.3 Each door joint    Yes/No  Yes/No

6.1.3.4 Around each window    Yes/No  Yes/No  
 Openings  

 6.1.4.1 Total width of openings  :  <50% / 50*-60% / >60%    (*-42% for double storey)  

6.1.4.2 Clearance from corner  :  OK / Not OK

 6.1.4.3 Pier width between two openings :  OK / Not OK  
 Framed Structures    Ductile detailing  

.2.1.1 Spacing of stirrup    :  OK /Not OK

6.2.1.2 Sizes of members    :  OK / Not OK

6.2.1.3 End anchorage    :  OK / Not OK

6.2.1.4 Lapping (length, location etc.)  :  OK / Not OK

6.2.1.5 Angle of stirrup hook    :  90 / 135 degrees  
Any testing carried out by Owner / Engg. Supervisor on  Testing done Testing results

6.3.1 Water      Yes/No  OK / Not OK

6.3.2 Cement     Yes/No  OK / Not OK

6.3.3 Bricks / PCC blocks / Stones   Yes/No  OK / Not OK  

6.3.4 Aggregate   Yes/No  OK / Not OK  

6.3.5 Mortar    Yes/NO  OK / Not OK  

6.3.6 Concrete   Yes/No  OK / Not OK  

6.3.7 Reinforcement   Yes/No  OK / Not OK

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