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EAT257 Building Services

  1. 1. EAT 257BUILDING SERVICESENGINEERINGDegree In Building EngineeringPrepared By:Ir. Muhammad Arkam Bin Che Munaaim, PEng, IntPEMSc. B Tech (Energy) (USM), B. Elec. Eng. (Hons) (UTM), Dip. Elec. Eng (Power) (UTM).MIEM, MIET, MIEEE, ASEAN Eng, APEC Eng, EMF IntPE, Chartered Eng (ASEAN), SPAN QP.School of Environmental EngineeringUniversity Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP)Tel: 04 979 8988 Email: arkam@unimap.edu.my
  2. 2. Al Quran, Al Baqarah, 2: “And when Abraham and Ishmael were raising the foundations of the House, (Abraham prayed):Our Lord! Accept from us (this duty). Lo! Thou, only Thou, art the Hearer, the Knower. (127)”
  3. 3. EAT 151 INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING ENGINEERING UniMAP BUILDING ENGINEERING
  4. 4. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING DefinitionBuilding?Building is an assembly of construction materials that arefastened to one another, as well as the ground itself, in such away as to provide shelter for livingthings, machinery, possessions or other elements. (TheStructural Engineering’s Professional Training Manual)Building is a fixed structure for human occupancy and use.(Dictionary of Engineering, McGraw Hill)
  5. 5. Engineering?Engineering is the branch of science and technologyconcerned with the design, building and use ofengines, machines and structures (Oxford Compact English )Engineering is creative design and analysis that usesenergy, materials, motion, and information to serve humanneeds in innovative ways (An Introduction to Engineering andDesign – 2nd Edition – Philip Kosky , George Wise, RobertBalmer, William Keat)
  6. 6. Engineering? (Cont…)Engineering is defined as the profession in which a knowledgeof the mathematical and natural sciences gained bystudy, experience and practice is applied with judgement todevelop ways to utilize economically the materials and forcesof nature for the benefit of mankind by the AccreditationBoard for Engineering Technology (ABET).Engineering encompasses science and art, mathematics andcreativity, models and approximations. (John HopkinsUniversity)
  7. 7. Building Engineering?Building services engineering, technical buildingservices, architectural engineering, or buildingengineering is the engineering of the internalenvironment and environmental impact of a building.It essentially brings buildings and structures to life.
  8. 8. Building Engineering?Building services engineers are responsible for thedesign, installation, operation and maintaining of themechanical, electrical and public health systemsrequired for the safe, comfortable andenvironmentally friendly operation of modernbuildings.
  9. 9. Modern buildings are built to createbetter, consistent, and productiveenvironments in which to work andto live.
  10. 10. Buildings must be designed withfeatures to provide:Better lightingComfortable space temperature,Comfortable humidity and air qualityConvenient power and communication capabilityHigh quality sanitation; andReliable systems for the protection of life and property.
  11. 11. What does a modern building need to do?Control rain and ground waterControl heat flow, airflow and water vapor flowControl light and solar radiationControl noise and vibrationControl contaminants, environmental hazards, odors, etc.Control fireProvide strength and rigidityBe durableBe aesthetically pleasingBe economical
  12. 12. What Happens When Building Failed?:We waste energyWe waste materialsPeople are uncomfortableCondition are unsafeConditions are unhealthyComponents or systems fails
  13. 13. EAT 257 BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction
  14. 14. EAT 257 BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction
  15. 15. EAT 257 BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction1.0 Initial Requirement (Client)Demand and BudgetImportant and UrgencyNeeds StatementRefer to PINDAAN KEPADA PEKELILING AM BIL. 2 TAHUN 1990JAWATANKUASA KECIL PIAWAIAN DAN KOS (JKPK) BAGIJAWATANKUASA PERANCANG PEMBANGUNAN NEGARA (JPPN)And GARIS PANDUAN DAN PERATURAN BAGI PERANCANGANBANGUNAN
  16. 16. EAT 257 BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction 2.0 Design Stage Initial Design Concept Design Detail Design
  17. 17. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERINGInitial Drawing/Design
  18. 18. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERINGConcept Drawing/Design
  19. 19. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERINGConcept Drawing/Design
  20. 20. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERINGDetail Drawing/Design
  21. 21. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Pre-Construction Phase3.0 Tender StageBill of Quantity (BQ)SpecificationTender DrawingsRefer BQExample of specificationDrawings
  22. 22. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase TENDER DOCUMENT Construction Phase
  23. 23. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction PhaseTender: The General Content:PWD Form of ContractForm of Tender;Letter of Acceptance of Tender;Special Provisions to the Conditions of ContractContract Drawings;Specifications;Summary of TenderSchedule of Rates or Bills of QuantitiesTreasury Instructions as set in the Appendix to the Conditions of Contract;Any other relevant documents included therein
  24. 24. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase Superintending Officer/Behalf Project ArchitectCivil & Structure Quantity Surveyor Mechanical & Electrical Engineer Engineer Main Contractor Subcontractors/Suppliers
  25. 25. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase
  26. 26. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase01: Site Possession 06: M&E Services02: Earthworks 07: Finishing Works03: Sub Structures 08: Testing & Commissioning04: Superstructures 09: Handover05: Roof, Wall, Floors 10: Defect & Warranty
  27. 27. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase EARTHWORKS Construction Phase
  28. 28. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase SUBSTRUCTURES WORKS Construction Phase
  29. 29. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase SUPERSTRUCTURES WORKS Construction Phase
  30. 30. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase ROOFING WORKS Construction Phase
  31. 31. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase WALL WORKS Construction Phase
  32. 32. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase BUILDING SERVICES Construction Phase
  33. 33. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase BUILDING SERVICES Construction Phase
  34. 34. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase BUILDING SERVICES Construction Phase
  35. 35. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase BUILDING SERVICES Construction Phase
  36. 36. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase BUILDING SERVICES Construction Phase
  37. 37. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase BUILDING SERVICES Construction Phase
  38. 38. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase FINISHING WORKS Construction Phase
  39. 39. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase FINISHING WORKS Construction Phase
  40. 40. EAT 151 INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING ENGINEERING UniMAP BUILDING ENGINEERING Construction Phase FINISHING WORKS Construction Phase
  41. 41. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase FINISHING WORKS Construction Phase
  42. 42. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase FINISHING WORKS Construction Phase
  43. 43. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase TESTING & COMMISSIONING Construction Phase
  44. 44. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase TESTING & COMMISSIONING Construction Phase
  45. 45. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction PhaseTHIS IS ACTUAL TESTING & COMMISSIONING DISCHARGE! Construction Phase
  46. 46. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase TESTING & COMMISSIONING Construction Phase
  47. 47. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction Phase PROJECT HANDOVER Construction Phase
  48. 48. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING Construction PhasePROJECT VARIATION Construction Phase
  49. 49. Variation Order Submit Design AmendmentNO Approved? YES Submit Cost ImplicationNO Approved? YES Start WorksFAIL Inspection of Works PASSED Claim/End

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