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Integrated Design Project Presentation

  1. 1. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL PROJEK REKABENTUK BERSEPADU SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING GROUP ® | KUMPULAN KEJURUTERAAN LESTARI ® MUHAMAD FAIZ B. ZULKIFLY AHMAD FARHAN B. R RAAZAMI MASHITAH BT. AHMAD IYLIA SAKINA BT. MOHD ZAHIRI NUR HIDAYAH BT. IBRAHIMINFRASTRUCTURE | STRUCTUREIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  2. 2. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTALIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  3. 3. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL profileFOUNDER : MUHAMAD FAIZ ZULKIFLYCOMPANY NAME : SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING GROUP BERHADCOMPANY REG. NUMBER : AS0863587-VCOMPANY ESTABLISHMENT DATE : JULY 2004REGISTERED CLASS : A,B,C,D,E,F + contractor + consultant engineer + architecture consultant + planner “Sustainability development is main principle”Integrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  4. 4. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL MUHAMAD FAIZ B. ZULKIFLY founder | general manager company board of directorAHMAD FARHAN B. R RAAZAMI ject manager | director structure MASHITAH BT. AHMAD project engineerYLIA SAKINA BT. MOHD ZAHIRI project coordinator engineer NUR HIDAYAH BT. IBRAHIM site engineer Integrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  5. 5. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTALPROJECT INTRODUCTIONIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  6. 6. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL introduction The owner want to develop 2 storey building ofbungalow on about3.7056 acres areas at Lot 2689 (GM 2443), Parit Bakar,Daerah Batu Pahat, Johor Darul Takzim. The site location isattached on layout plan. The project implementation will beginwith site clearance and earthworks. The construction workwill inevitably change the drainage pattern over the sitedictated by the restructuring of earthworks to suits land useplanning proposal. To cater for this development needs anderosion control measures, the main and temporary drainagesystem will be established concurrently SITE + PLAN VIEW | includingchannelization, silt trap and turfing before otherinfrastructures move in.Integrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  7. 7. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL 1Integrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  8. 8. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTALcut and fill earthwork volume The calculation of the volume is divided into two ways which are of how economic and non-economic ways. Economics is a way to counterbalance the formation level volume of cut and fill. Regular way cannot be determined because the formation level has already been set by the contractor. With this, the volume land of cut and fill may be unbalanced and may be export or import activities will be involving for land.earthworks planrequire expensive + These activities cost o implement. + calculation + mass haul diagramIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  9. 9. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL DRAINAGE SYSTE MIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  10. 10. introduction FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL Rates of soil erosion are often greatest where runoff wate becomes concentrated along drainage lines and stream. Erosion in these locations can have a major effect in reducing the risk o The earth drain design is according to Urban Storm water Manag Manual of Malaysia (MASMA). The purpose of construct the wate will be directed into the permanent drainage system nearby. + DESIGN DRAIN + DESIGN SEDIMENT + PLANIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  11. 11. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL SEWERAGEIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  12. 12. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL introduction Sewerage refers to the infrastructure that conveys sewage. It encompasses such as receiving drains, manholes, pumping stations, storm overflows, and chambers of the sanitary sewer. Sewerage ends at the entry to a sewage tr plant or at the point of discharge into the environment. In loose American the terms "sewerage" and "sewage" are sometimes used interchangeably. + DESIGN DRAIN SEWERAGE + PLANIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  13. 13. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTALIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  14. 14. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL introduction Design criteria consist of a detailed list of considerations to be used in negotiating a set of road standards. These include resource management objectives, environmental constraints, safety, physical environmental factors (such as topography, climate, and soils), traffic requirements, and traffic service levels. Objectives should be established for each road and may be expressed in terms of the area and resources to be served, environmental concerns to be addressed, amount and types of traffic to be expected, life of the facility and functional classification. Additional objectives may also + PLAN VIEW | SITE be defined concerning specific needs or problems identified in the planning stage. + CALCULATIONIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  15. 15. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTALIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  16. 16. introduction FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL + BQ EARTHWORKS + BQ DRAINAGE + BQ ROADIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  17. 17. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL STRUCTURE DESIGNIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  18. 18. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL Introduction -Primilary+ ColumnA column is a structural element which is subjected to axial compressive forces.Columns in a structure carry the load from the beams and slabs down to the foundation.+ BeamBeam is a one dimensional structural elements in flexural that usually transmit the loadfrom slab to vertical supporting column. They are normally cast monolithically with slab.They may form a T-beam section for interior beam or L-beam at the exterior of the beam.+ SlabSlabs are the structural element in flexure that are subjected to load predominantlyacting perpendicular to their surface. The commonly encounter floor slabs arehorizontal, two-dimensional elements that transmit gravity (live and dead) loadsto the vertical frames of a structure.Integrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  19. 19. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL + Staircase staircase provides a means of movement from one level to another in a structure. It consist of a number of steps arranged in a series of flight with landing a suitable interval, to provide comfort, easy and safety. The number of step in a flight may vary from three to twelve depending upon the type of structure and purpose of stair. The rise of a step and the tread should be so arranged as to give maximum comfort to the users. + Foundation Is the part of a structure that is usually placed below the surface of the ground and that transmit the load to the underlying soil or rock. structure which is in direct contact with the soil, generally below the ground level, and transfer the load from superstructure to the underlying strata or subsoil safely. The foundation is generally enlarge at the base to distribute the load transferred from the structure over a larger area such that the pressure on the soil does not exit its safe or permissible bearing capacity.Integrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  20. 20. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL Column + DESIGN CALCULATION + DESIGN PLANIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  21. 21. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL Beam & Slab + DESIGN CALCULATION + DESIGN PLANIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  22. 22. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL Foundation + DESIGN CALCULATION + DESIGN PLANIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  23. 23. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL Staircase + DESIGN CALCULATION + DESIGN PLANIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G
  24. 24. FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL END THANK YOUIntegrated Design Project -® | BFC 43303 SEG® WORLDWIDE SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING G

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