Housing Construction Projects

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Housing Construction Projects - moladi construction technology established 1986 has the experience to project manage the construction and building of residential homes and houses anywhere in the world also in Africa - using innovative construction technology - www.moladi.net

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Housing Construction Projects

  1. 1. Established 1986
  2. 2. moladi is A MECHANISM for the RAPID delivery of QUALITY housing EMPOWERING local communities…a contemporary company that harnessesand implements contemporary solutions
  3. 3. Foundation-Raft Former
  4. 4. Foundation-Compact
  5. 5. Foundation-Compact
  6. 6. Foundation-Trench
  7. 7. Foundation-Trench
  8. 8. Foundation-Engineer Designed
  9. 9. Foundation-Professional-Indemnity
  10. 10. Foundation-Concrete
  11. 11. Foundation
  12. 12. Foundation-Power Float
  13. 13. moladi Formwork
  14. 14. moladi Formwork
  15. 15. moladi Formwork
  16. 16. Plumbing
  17. 17. Plumbing
  18. 18. moladi Formwork
  19. 19. moladi Formwork
  20. 20. Reinforcing
  21. 21. moladi Formwork
  22. 22. Reinforcing-Engineer Designed
  23. 23. moladi Formwork
  24. 24. moladi Truss Block Out
  25. 25. moladi-Mix PlantRiver Sand-Cement-Water-moladiCHEM
  26. 26. moladi-Flow
  27. 27. moladi-Cast In-situ
  28. 28. moladi Formwork
  29. 29. Truss Block-Out
  30. 30. Truss Block-Out
  31. 31. Superstructure
  32. 32. Superstructure
  33. 33. Roof
  34. 34. Ceiling
  35. 35. Complete
  36. 36. Wall Properties
  37. 37. 75 m²
  38. 38. 80 m² 1987
  39. 39. 110 m²Bonded by Standard Bank since 1993
  40. 40. 120 m²
  41. 41. Classrooms
  42. 42. Clinics
  43. 43. Ablution Block
  44. 44. Block vs moladiOur block is BIGGER
  45. 45. Construction Cycle– Erratic supplies = erratic delivery– Dependant on skilled labour– Waste– Rework– Slow delivery– Inconsistent quality– Unpredictable cash flow– Increased cost
  46. 46. moladi Cycle– Constant supply = constant delivery– Known cost– Unskilled operators– Next to no waste– Increased productivity– Reduced cost– Consistent quality– Predictable cash flow
  47. 47. Key Benefits• NHBRC – Rational Design• Agrément Certified (CSIR)• SABS tested and approved• Engineer Certified * – Foundation – Super Structure – Roof• Superior wall strength• Quality Controls• Community acceptance NBR SABS - 0400 * Professional Indemnity QUALITY ...
  48. 48. Key Benefits• Train and employ local unskilled labour• Utilize local materials• Re-useable• Reduced transport cost• Low construction cost• Rapid construction time• Practicable designs• Quality approved materials• Variety of finishing details• Low maintenance cost ...SAVINGS
  49. 49. Key Benefits• Speed without compromising quality• No need to plaster• No need to chase• No beam filling• Waterproof• Reinforced• Waste reduction• Logistics• Alterations and additions ...SAVINGS
  50. 50. Fundamental Criteria• Social acceptance• Durability• Quality• Variety• Increase in value• Re-sale ability• Minimise risk - Insurance/Professional Indemnity• Certified• Bondable/Financed
  51. 51. SABS Test Waterproof• Test method is for the worst case scenario i.e. Cape Town 1,000-mm rainfall per annum with a wind speed of 30 metre/second conducted over a 24- hour period.
  52. 52. SABS Test Soft Body Impact• A 30 kg bag swings to impact the wall 900 mm above the floor height to access the serviceability criteria• 1800 mm above the floor height to access the safety criteria.• Two impacts of the bag where executed on the exterior wall surface for each of the above criteria and the wall was inspected after each impact for any sign of cracks, damage or collapse – none.
  53. 53. SABS Test Chisel Impact• After two impact of the chisel from a height of 375 mm above the floor height a slight indentation was visible. The depth of the indentation was less than 3 mm.
  54. 54. SABS Test• All test conducted by the South African Bureau of Standards, have been executed on a 100 mm (4 inch) wall as this is an acceptable norm for in situ walls and is also the standard applied to low cost housing units.• Thermal conductivity of 100 mm moladi wall = 0,54 W/m.K
  55. 55. ThermalConductivity/Resistance

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