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What are the reinforcement requirements for columns? Column Reinforcement Details [Must Check] - Structural Guide The minimum area of reinforcement in the column is 0.4% of the cross-sectional area of the column as per BS 8110. The maximum area of reinforcement of columns is as follows. The below values are calculated as a percentage of the gross cross-sectional area of concrete.
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Some Londoners had a pool party in the sky, but would you go for a dip? Residents of one development were spotted going for a swim in a see-through pool suspended between two high rise apartment buildings. Reports say it’s the largest acrylic pool structure in the world. It was made in the U.S. and then transported across the pond so the residents of this building could enjoy the architectural marvel. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more. #InsideEdition
Ever saw those tall high rise buildings and wondered, how are those things built? What goes on in high rise construction? In this video, I'll go over the basic sequence in building a tower and what is involved. Instagram: 🤍kikoga LIMITED TIME: Get 2 FREE STOCKS ON WEBULL when you deposit $100 (Valued up to $1600): 🤍 Software Used In Construction: AutoCad 🤍 Autodesk Revit 🤍 Microsoft Office 🤍 Youtube Camera and Recording Equipment: Camera 🤍 Shotgun Mic 🤍 Clip On Mic 🤍 Ring Light 🤍 Drone 🤍 *Some of the links and other products that appear on this video are from companies which Kienen Koga will earn an affiliate commission or referral bonus. Kienen Koga is part of an affiliate network and receives compensation for sending traffic to partner sites. The content in this video is accurate as of the posting date. Some of the offers mentioned may no longer be available. High rise and building construction can seem very daunting from afar but when you actually break it down it is relatively simple; once you do a few high rises or towers in your life, the general sequence and milestones will remain the same. As a entry level civil engineer, project engineer, architect or designer, the towers are the cool jobs that ususally get a lot of attention. But, you'll learn this process of building very quickly if you are a construction project engineer working in a metropolitan area surrounded by towers. It first starts with the preparation of the site. Making sure your ground and foundation is solid and understood to start with your actual foundations. Then you start to construct your foundations, then underground utilities. Once all that is complete, you pour your slab on grade (ground floor slab). Then you move on to the podium which will likely be just as if not more complicated than the underground work. The top of the podium may have an amenity deck which will have finishes, waterproofing, maybe a pool, landscaping, etc. Then you move on to your tower; typical floors where as a general contractor you'll likely make your money. Makes it easier to hit a flow. Throughout this process utilizing and understanding how your tower crane and hoist interface with the project is very important. Once you start getting a few floors poured you want to make sure you're working on getting your interior dried in. Make sure you get your roof on and concrete topped off as soon as possible to avoid messing up your finishes. Then its just pushing from there to get all the finishes done, commission the building and get the exterior site ready for move in! The thoughts and views expressed in this video are my own and from the perspective as a project engineer in construction. 0:00 Intro: Building Towers 0:51 Foundations and Underground 5:47 Ground Floor Slab 6:30 Tricky Podium Work 8:45 Building the Tower: The Money Maker! 9:49 Building Envelope 12:00 The Home Stretch Sources: Auger Cast Pile Animation: 🤍 Construction Project: 🤍 Driven Piles: 🤍 Music: Song: MBB - Hawaii Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Creative Commons - Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported Video Link: 🤍
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Construction of Highrise Building The form was evolved by considering 3 separate zones for residential, offices and commercial. In the first stage, the 3 zones were placed one above the other but it would cause hindrance in their functions. So in the final form taking commercial zone as a base twin tower were extruded for residential and office zone connected together with an observatory on the top. The construction begins The substructure starts with marking the position of piles. The piles are driven 30meter deep into the ground using a piling rig. Above it raft foundation is laid as the columns have to bear heavy load and the safe bearing capacity of the soil is low in this area. Raft takes the load coming from the shear wall or columns and transfers it to the soil. This load can be vertical, lateral, or a moment. In return, soil exerts a reaction force on the footing. This is the method of how reinforcement mesh is created for the raft foundation. Additional reinforcement is provided below the columns as a positive bending moment is generated below them. After the foundation is laid the construction of the superstructure begins by using jump formwork. We have evolved the form of the building from the convectional rectangular tower into twin towers. We needed a large area for the commercial zone provided at the bottom. The residential and office towers are extruded above it, to make our building ionic we provided an observatory deck on the height of 170 m to get a 360-degree view of the city used as a recreational space that serves both the towers. As the load of the building and the observatory deck is very high, we had to provide a solid foundation as our site comes under seismic zone-4; we designed a combined pile and raft foundation going 30 m deep into the ground. The whole building rests on a raft foundation of 3m depth. The towers are with both raft and 1m piling foundation. The stilts on the ground floor are for parking as well as circulation. The main building starts from the first floor, the circulation in the whole structure is through lifts, stairs, and escalators provided. The first and second floors are for shopping, and the 3rd floor is for restaurants and games, etc. There is an atrium at the center of the commercial zone which runs from the 1st floor to the 3rd floor. The roof of the commercial zone acts as a recreational space with roof gardens, cafes, shading, etc. This space can be accessed from towers as well. The outer perimeter of the tower is 30m by 30 m with a core of 10m by 10m. It is an outrigger structure with columns on the outer periphery connected to centrally located core through beams hence the load transfers. We chose an outrigger structure system within the towers to provide lateral stability. Double height outrigger floors having k-type eight outrigger trusses situated at an interval of 20 floors. The slab is a cast-in-situ reinforced concrete with an outer façade of the tower covered with Low-E glass connected by spider fittings on corners. The formwork used in casting the columns and core is jump formwork for faster and easier workflow. There is a reinforced concrete core consisting of one staircase, three passenger lift, and one service lift running from stilt to the observatory on the top. The whole observatory deck is divided into 8 steel segments where 2 segments in the center are acting like a bridge truss having a span of 58m and 3 segments of 7 m wide at each ends forms rib structure which is cantilevered up to 28m. A Box girder of 350 ton back span is placed on the top of the building to support the cantilever steel truss. These steel segments are prefabricated and are brought to the site in different parts, with the help of lifting gantries. These segments are lifted and fixed at its position with the help of bolts. To fill the gaps of the steel segments aluminum deck is used which acts as the base slab of the observatory. Conclusion The process of making this project proved to be very knowledgeable and inspiring. We went through various case studies from around the world for collecting the data and understanding the basics. Through our journey, we learned how these complex structures work and what construction techniques are used in the high-rise. The challenges that an architect comes across to make the structure work together to their maximum capacity and create a habitable environment for the people. For more info, you can mail us on unirchitect🤍gmail.com follow us on pinterest 🤍 follow us on Instagram 🤍 follow us on Facebook 🤍 Top Five Architecture Books I Hindi I Must read I By- Unirchitect 🤍
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How Construction Workers Build a High Rise Building in 1929 In 1929, Chrysler Building in New York was built. Construction workers are brave enough to build the tallest brick building in the world with a steel framework without harness. Chrysler building was the tallest building in the world for 11 months after its completion in 1930. Subscribe to my Channel: 🤍 * No Copyright infringement is intended Facebook, inhinyerang sibil: 🤍 #CivilEngineering #Engineering #StructuralEngineering #Structural #Civil #CivilEngineeringPH #Architecture
R Four President, Rick Spence is one of the top high-rise commercial developers in Vancouver BC. He is having to keep-up pace with the unfathomable growth of Vancouver’s Real Estate market. As business is booming he took the opportunity to higher Double Vision Photography to infuse his company R Four with custom designed photos and video promotions. Official Website 🌐 🤍 🌐 🤍 VIEW the full gallery of the MNP Tower fully completed ► 🤍 Click below to read more in depth on the video production and behind the scenes. ► 🤍 Click below for the R Four Contracting portrait session ► 🤍 Double Vision is a Portrait, Landscape and Fine Art photography studio based in Pattaya and Bangkok, Thailand, represented by the collaborative vision of two brothers behind the lens. Official Links Double Vision Photography Official Website 🌐 🤍 RAW Files Official Website 🌐 🤍 ► Facebook 🤍 ► Instagram (Fine Art) 🤍 ► Instagram (Portraits) 🤍 ► Instagram (RAW Files BTS) - 🤍 ► Twitter - 🤍 ► SmugMug 🤍 ► 500px 🤍 ► Flicker 🤍
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slab 1. shuttering / decking / levelling 2. Rebar ( IR) 3. MEP ( IR ) 4.facade inserts / steel structure inserts 5. Pre pour survey 6. concreting ( here grade is C40/50) 7. curing / strength of concrete 8. IF post tensioning slab then Stressing ( IR) 9.Duct cleaning / Grouting / cutting / patching 10. deshuttering/ back proving/ continuous slab survey
The Current - High Rise Apartment Building on 2015-01-30 & 31. Concrete columns and core walls. Architect: Rockefeller Partners Architects, Builder: Driver URBAN, Concrete Sub: Largo Concrete Inc., Rebar: Next Century Rebar. Project Manager: Brian Pera, Architect, Project Architect/Job Captain: Rick Newton
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Outriggers are interior lateral structural systems provided to improve the overturning stiffness and strength of high-rise buildings. It is a lateral load resisting system that is located within the building. The whole system consists of a core structure connected to the perimeter columns of the building by means of structural members called outriggers. The outriggers can be in the form of horizontal beams, truss, or walls. Read Article on: 🤍
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To learn more about structural engineering basics, download our ultimate guide at - 🤍 In this video, Structural Engineering Basics Mostafa El-Mogy talks about what is involved in designing high rise buildings. Mostafa has years of experience working as a structural engineer designing tall buildings and was on the design team for one of the worlds tallest buildings, the Makkah Clock Tower in Saudi Arabia. He explains how a buildings height and shape affects its load on the foundation, the vibration, sway and comfort level. If you're interested in joining our Structural Engineering Basics course, learn more here - 🤍 Don't forget to follow us on social media! Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 #structuralengineering #whatisstructruralengineering #structuralengineers #structuralengineeringbasics
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This video shows bolted column connections used in Scandinavian high-rise construction. The project is Uptown Norrebro in Copenhagen, Denmark, a build of 30 stories of residential flats, built in winter with an in-situ core and two-storey high precast columns. When using column connections, it only takes 10 minutes to install a column and there is no need to temporarily brace the columns while waiting for the grout to cure. When the nuts are tightened, the connection is stiff and the crane can move on to the next column. This gives you a faster and more efficient workflow on the site and saves valuable crane time. In projects using two-storey high columns, crane time is reduced by up to 50 % compared to traditionally known methods. There is no need for temporary bracing of the columns, as column shoes and anchor bolts create a moment stiff and robust connection. This saves time and money and improves the work environment at the site thanks to omitted manual lifting of bracing equipment. High-rise construction can be demanding to execute especially in the Nordic countries since weather conditions can have a big impact on how and when the structure can be erected. With Peikko you get a safer and more efficient high-rise construction. Windy and cold climate conditions often stop the erection of concrete columns. It is easier and safer to handle the columns with bolted column connections under high wind speed because the connection becomes instantly stiff when nuts are tightened. Furthermore, subzero degrees Celsius are stopping the grouting process of traditional corrugated tubes inside the columns because of risk of concrete blow out due to freezing water. These risks are eliminated with bolted column connections. Special thanks to: Per Aarsleff A/S - 🤍 - KPC A/S - 🤍 - MidtConsult - 🤍 Learn more: 🤍
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