Step by Step procedure for constructing the residential building

Step by Step procedure for constructing the residential building


 In this article we are going to discuss the step by step procedure for constructing the residential building.

Hopefully, this would help clear the doubts that many people might have about starting such a project and this might help in planning your house project in an efficient manner.

Some important sequential steps using which you may plan your housing project in a better way and efficiently.

We aim to provide you with a better understanding of construction in a simplified manner.

 Well, the first thing you need to consider is the location of your property. Now comes the design process.

You should decide on what your wants and requirements are.

How many rooms do you want?

What kind of rooms do you want to?

What would the flow of the spaces be in the room?

Consider your lifestyle and that of your family to come up with details of what you want your place to look like.

 After doing this initial exercise contact the architect.

With their professional insight ad based on your brief your architect would be able to come up with design ideas that suit your requirement.

At this stage, you must be able to have a rough estimate of what it is going to cost you to make your dream house.

 After you have the architect on board, they will be responsible for making the 2D plans and 3D model of the project.

Following the design process is the stage of obtaining building permits.

The architect would also make drawings and plans to get the necessary approvals from the municipality and other concerned authorities.

 After getting the necessary approvals, comes the process of hiring an appropriate building contractor.

Generally, there’s a general contractor who will be responsible for constructing the building, along with that you will need to find an MEP contractor also.

Now let us explore what all goes on in the construction stage of the project.

 The construction process begins with Site Clearance.

At this stage,  unnecessary fixtures are removed from the site such as boulders, etc. Cuttings and embankments are taken care of and the ground is leveled.

Then comes the Excavation process for the foundation of the building.

After the excavation is done the process of constructing the Foundation begins.

After the work of the foundation is done the work of Superstructure begins.

After this block work or brickwork starts.

The protective coating for heat resistance and moisture resistance is applied.

Railings etc are fit in at this stage.

Next comes the MEP work.

The electrical and lighting fixtures are put in.

After this plastering can be done.

The plumbing works can begin after this.

Other finishing works such as painting, flooring and false ceiling, etc. are done.

Next interior works such as wooden cabinets, shelves, etc. are put in.

The final finishing of the plumbing works can be done after flooring complete and electrical and lighting works are done before the final application of the paint.

After all these works are done, at this stage one can apply for the completion certificate from the respective authorities.

The architect will have to apply for the certificate.

The local authorities will check the completion documents for compliance with building codes.

After a completion certificate is obtained, one can apply for a water connection. Similarly, the temporary electrical connection can also be applied.

The completion of the building is followed by landscaping which includes driveway, walkways, etc. and finally, landscaping is done.

After this the final clean up is done where the debris  from the construction will be removed.

Building flush out takes place

After this the project is handed over, occupancy certificate is to be given to the owner by the builder and moving in could be done.

After getting the necessary approvals, comes the process of hiring an appropriate building contractor.

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