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Project Land & Rajuk rules on utilization factor:

The project land is 205.46’Lx121.13’W, measuring 24886.10 sft. (34.564 Katta)

Orientation

NW-NE

206'3"

NW-SW

121'

SW-SE

204'8"

NE-SE

121'3"

A digital Map of the land has been attached is given below:

Bank 206'-3" 29'-10" 25' 89° 90° 90° 91° 204'-8" 57'-7" 116'-9" 121'-9" 30'-4" Pucca Drain Pucca
Bank
206'-3"
29'-10"
25'
89°
90°
90°
91°
204'-8"
57'-7"
116'-9"
121'-9"
30'-4"
Pucca Drain
Pucca Drain
Footpath
Pucca Road
Pucca Road
Bangladesh
24 Storied
Janota Building
4 Storied
Bank Building
Asia
6 Storied
Biman Building
Office Bhaban
Pucca Road
29'-9"
107'
59'-1"
57'-8"
57'-6"
58'-4"
56'-9"
Footpath
Center
City
Bhaban
121'-3"
237'-6"
239'-6"
Gulistan To Motijheel Road
Footpath
37
Footpath
Footpath
Footpath
Footpath
Footpath
Footpath
Footpath
5 Storied Building
Motijheel To Gulistan
Gate
Footpath
Motijheel
Island Road
Bok Chatter
Park
3 Storied Building
Island
Shadhinota
121'
Building
16 Uttara
Storied Bank
Building
Storied

Client

Client

Bangladesh Jute Mill Corporation (BJMC)

Advisory Consultant

 
AECL

AECL

Associate Engineers & Consultants Limited

 

SS Bhaban (4th Floor) 70/D, Panthapath, Dhaka-1205, Bangladesh.

Tel: 88-02-9612379, 88-02-9612460

E-mail: aec5050@yahoo.com , hallstone_in@yahoo.com

E-mail: aec5050@yahoo.com , hallstone_in@yahoo.com

E-mail: aec5050@yahoo.com , hallstone_in@yahoo.com

SITE LOCATION

 
 

99, Karim Chamber

NORTH

NORTH

NORTH

Motijheel, Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh

 

Statistics

1. Total Project Area:-

 
 

24785.48 (in Sq. Feets)

=

56.899 (in Decimal)

=

= 34.424 (in Katha)

= 34.424 (in Katha)

= 34.424 (in Katha)
Bank 206'-3" 29'-10" 25' 89° 90° 90° 91° 204'-8" 57'-7" 116'-9" 121'-9" 30'-4" Pucca Drain Pucca
Bank 206'-3" 29'-10" 25' 89° 90° 90° 91° 204'-8" 57'-7" 116'-9" 121'-9" 30'-4" Pucca Drain Pucca
Bank 206'-3" 29'-10" 25' 89° 90° 90° 91° 204'-8" 57'-7" 116'-9" 121'-9" 30'-4" Pucca Drain Pucca

The constructed floor space has been taken as 20000 sft leaving the set back area as required by RAJUK rules. Podium height is limited to 12m maximum height which at 4 meter can accommodate only 3 floors. Podium floors can utilize

only 75% of the plot area. Each floor in tower block is allowed to use only 50% of the plot area. Hence the 46 tower blocks have each been allotted a space of

  • 14800 sft.

The constructed floor space has been taken as 19000 sft leaving the set back area as required by RAJUK rules. Podium height is limited to 12m maximum height which at 4 meter can accommodate only 3 floors. Podium floors can utilize only 75% of the plot area. Each floor in tower block is allowed to use only 50% of the plot area. Hence the 46 tower blocks have each been allotted a space of

  • 12800 sft.

Structural Design

Major load factors for design basis shall be wind velocity and earthquake.

Bangladesh National Design Code (BNBC) previously classified Dhaka under seismic Zone 2 (moderate) which has presently been upgraded to Zone 3 (major) which falls under SDC category D. The design maximum wind load is specified as Wind load 210 KM/hr Impact & limits of drift due to wind on top most floors and lateral forces on

structure shall be considered with reference to high rise buildings in various other countries.

1. Live loads for office buildings are assumed at:

Live load in office area : 4 kN/sq m Live load in passage area : 4 kN/sq m Live load in urinals : 2 kN/sq m Floor finish load : 1.5 kN/ sq m Wall thickness : 150 mm thick wall Stair case loading : 4 kN/sq m

2. Codes used for analysis are

R.C.C. design: IS 456: 2000 [5] Steel design: IS 800: 1984 [8] Composite design: AISC LRFD 99 [9]

  • 3. Conceptual structural design has been based on Geophysical & soil test data as follows:

    • The strata from EGL-33.3meter upward to 3.75m comprises of Gray spotted brown to gray very stiff to stiff clay.

    • The strata from EGL-45.4m upward to 12m comprises of non plastic, SILT with sand, trace mica.

  • The strata from EGL-51.3m upward 6m comp[rises of Brown and very dense sand, trace mica. up to 6m (from EGL- 51.3m)

  • The strata from EGL-39m upward comprises of very light brown to dark gray.

  • 4. Design code BNBC for earthquake and wind: Major load factors for design basis shall be wind velocity and earthquake.

    • Bangladesh National Design Code (BNBC) previously classified Dhaka under seismic Zone 2 (moderate) which has presently been upgraded to Zone 3 (major) which falls under SDC category D.

    • The design maximum wind load is specified as Wind load 210 KM/hr

    • Impact & limits of drift due to wind on top most floors and lateral forces on structure shall be considered with reference to high rise buildings in various other countries.

    • Design code BNBC for earthquake and wind:

Pile foundation 180'-6" 8'-0" 7'-11" 6'-8" 7'-10" 6'-7" 5'-10" 5'-10" 5'-10" 5'-10" 93'-10" Pile Foundation Layout

Pile foundation

180'-6" 8'-0" 7'-11" 6'-8" 7'-10" 6'-7" 5'-10" 5'-10" 5'-10" 5'-10" 93'-10"
180'-6"
8'-0"
7'-11"
6'-8"
7'-10"
6'-7"
5'-10"
5'-10"
5'-10"
5'-10"
93'-10"

Pile Foundation Layout Plan

Basement Design By top down method 1. High rise superstructure & Sub basement are to be

Basement Design

By top down method

  • 1. High rise superstructure & Sub basement are to be built simultaneously

  • 2. The height of sub basement floors shall not be more than 10% of the total height above GFL

  • 3. Perimeter foundation walls are constructed using the diaphragm or secant wall method

  • 4. Building columns are installed on load bearing element or drilled shafts and brought upto grade level

  • 5. Ground floor slab is cast and a hole is left to excavate down to 1 st basement floor

  • 6. 1 st basement floor slab is cast from perimeter wall to all spans through network of load bearing walls and access holes to excavate upto next basement floor

  • 7. Then 1 st floor slab is cast and subsequently 2 nd basement slab is cast.

9.

Above grade construction can proceed while the sub-base construction is on going since the

building’s structural support is already in place.

10. Equipment used for excavation is Casagrande C90/HT55 with high torque

9. Above grade construction can proceed while the sub-base construction is on going since the building’s
12’-GFL 13’-1 st basement 12’-2 nd basement Core 11’-3 rd basement 10’-4 th basement 9’-5 th
12’-GFL
13’-1 st
basement
12’-2 nd
basement
Core
11’-3 rd
basement
10’-4 th
basement
9’-5 th
Basement 9’-6 th Basement
Basement
9’-6 th
Basement

Top down construction

  • 1. Formation of permanent retaining walls to the perimeter of basement area

  • 2. Form internal foundation and column support by using plunge method

  • 3. Create the uppermost floor slab with temporary base

  • 4. Excavate downwards tru openings on slab or service shafts

  • 5. Remove temp. base, excavate until the depth of next floor level.

  • 6. Cast the next floor level, repeat the process.

  • 7. Can use non-suspended slab for the basement slab

Typical sequence of construction

  • 1. Install perimeter secant piles

  • 2. Install bearing piles and plunge columns

  • 3. Cast ground floor slab

  • 4. Excavate and cast upper basement floor slab

  • 5. Extend column and cast 1 st floor slab

  • 6. Excavate and cast middle basement slab

  • 7. Extend columns and cast second floor slab

  • 8. Excavate and cast lower basement slab

  • 9. Extend columns and cast upper floor slabs

10.

Questions:

  • 1. Construction procedure of RAMP in the basement floors

  • 2. Can perimeter wall be done on steel sheet piles

  • 3. Shall all the piles (30” diax450 nos) for foundation should be done together with perimeter piles

  • 4. Basement Columns shall be RCC or Steel or composite

  • 5. How the RCC slabs and beams shall be connected with the Basement columns

  • 6. How the basement column loads shall be transferred to the Raft foundation at lowest basement

  • 7. What will be per square meter cost for 4 th , 5 th and 6 th basement floors and a proportionate comparison in top down method.

  • 8. How to remove excavated Earth to disposal area

  • 9. How to remove ground water to disposal area

10. How to handle ground water percolation.

Typical illustrations

Typical illustrations 1) Architectural details To study the behavior of high rise building under high seismic

1) Architectural details

To study the behavior of high rise building under high seismic forces as here taken Zone IV as per IS 1893 : 2002 where building is situated, a typical office building plan is selected with area covering 24 m x 42 m.X30 storey

Design of the building in ETABS version 9.7.1.[2] The basic parameters considered for the design Slab depth : 125 mm thick; Wall thickness : 150 mm thick wall; Lift shaft : 300 mm thick shear wall Live load in office area : 4 kN/sq m; Live load in passage area : 4 kN/sq m; Live load in urinals : 2 kN/sq m Floor finish load : 1.5 kN/ sq m; Stair case loading : 4 kN/sq m; Earthquake parameters considered is Zone : IV Soil type : Hard soil Importance factor : 1 Time period : Program Calculated Seismic zone factor : 0.24 for zone IV Earthquake load in X and Z direction. Rigid frame diaphragm Codes used for analysis R.C.C. design: IS 456: 2000 [5] Steel design: IS 800: 1984 [8] Composite design: AISC LRFD 99 [9]